The long-running series comes to a close in this final episode. The arrival of a mysterious stranger sets off a shocking chain of events in Aidensfield. Could this be the end for a much-loved favourite?
Mason thwarts a gang of robbers, but how far will the crooks go to finish the job? Elsewhere, Dawn's birthday party goes off with an unexpected bang.
An unusual robbery puts the locals in peril and Peggy's new enterprise proves problematic for Ventress.
The murder of an insurance salesman produces some remarkable suspects and Miller is surprised by a face from the past.
A latter-day Robin Hood is operating in the area and baffling the police, and Blaketon and Ventress are divided over their latest private investigation.
Eileen Needham sues for divorce after a domestic dispute gets out of hand, and her hard-nosed solicitor Sylvia Swinton (played by Outnumbered actress Samantha Bond) does little to calm the situation, so Joe steps in to play the peacemaker. Stan Bickle arrives in Aidensfield, bringing his daughter Josie, whose flirtatious ways steal David's heart and bring out the worst in Peggy
The village is targeted by a group of violent robbers, Mason and Rachel's careers are in jeopardy because of their romantic past, and a familiar friend bids farewell to the village.
Mason and Miller tackle tribal prejudice after an attempt is made on a local farmer's life. Elsewhere, David is terrified about the possible supernatural consequences of Peggy's double-dealings.
Vivienne MacKay becomes engaged to Dominic Bellingham, but both need to divorce first.
Police look for a missing gangster when forged bank notes show up; Rachel finds herself in danger.
An accountant for a gangster goes on the run; David finds a Jeep with a story to tell.
Joe tries to find a school boy and missing gun; the villagers prepare for a trip to London.
Joe, Rachel and Carol continue their search in Australia; but things end tragically.
Rachel, Joe and Carol head to Australia to look for Rosie and Carol's brother.
A cat burglar targets wealthy homes; Carol catches the eye of a dashing visitor; Peggy plays matchmaker for David; Bernie worries when Rosie fails to return from Australia.
A search for stolen antiques turns life threatening for Mason and Wetherby; Prejudices are stirred by the arrival of a group of Taoist monks.
A boy's life hangs in the balance when he falls down a well; Peggy and David play host to a troublesome celebrity journalist.
Pc Joe Mason is called to help Evelyn, a widow who is receiving death threats from a corrupt associate of her late husband. Her son-in-law is reluctant to sever his ties with the crook, knowing he provides vital revenue - which forces her into silence. But the police urge Evelyn to co-operate after her car is run off the road and her grandson goes missing. Meanwhile, a Polish visitor arrives in the village in search of a long-lost love
The rivalry between two brass bands gets out of hand, leaving one musician hospitalized; Dawn is captivated by a handsome stranger.
When a criminal allegation is made against a fellow officer, Joe risks his career to prove their innocence. Elsewhere, Bernie receives some staggering news.
Joe and Rachel investigate a violent attack on a travelling hippie, but things are not quite what they seem on the surface. Elsewhere, David goes to war with a rival local taxi firm.
Joe and Carol join forces to support a local single mother struggling to cope, but clash over the best course of action, and Younger and the boys are put to task when the Police Constable's wife loses her dog Hercules.
An old villain returns to Aidensfield; Peggy ropes David into making clay pots.
Miller is compromised professionally and his career hangs in the balance; Peggy triggers a health scare.
Everyone gathers for Blaketon's birthday party; two new arrivals make things unease for Joe Mason.
A pensioner Carol has been visiting dies unexpectedly, and when suspicions are aroused she turns to Joe for help.
An aging pop manager returns to the village to marry his young starlet, but when he's found dead, the police suspect foul play.
After an explosion in the woods, rumors spread that a meteorite has landed in Aidensfield.
An ex-convict turned debt collector becomes the subject of police investigation.
Joe and Rachel try to uncover a drug-smuggling ring; Gina makes a new friend in her antenatal class.
A man a with checkered past travels to Aidensfield and is killed in a car accident.
Joe talks to parents leaving their young children home alone; Phil's niece is not at the train station when David looks for her.
Joe and Carol work together on a case involving a young ballerina; David helps out at the local paper.
The police are called when a teenage girl goes missing; old metal detector.
Animal welfare activists launch a dangerous campaign; Carol and Dr. Chris disagree on a pregnant teens' care; Peggy thinks David has caught someone's eye.
Joe's investigation of a vandalized property uncovers a dark secret; David drives an old steam engine.
Burglars break in to John Harper's cottage, replacing the blind man's money with blank pieces of paper.
Aidensfield prepares for the annual fox hunt and Lord Ashfordly and Gordon Radford are at odds; Joe wants the classic racing car at Bernie's Garage.
A key murder witness needs to be protected; Lord Ashfordly hires a new gamekeeper; Joe meets an old lover.
A vicar wants to perform an exorcism after a church is vandalized, but police suspect a more human culprit; Gina is pregnant with Phil's baby.
An unwanted guest gets Wetherby in trouble; Blaketon and Ventress undertake a detective case at a hotel.
A local teacher is shot; Rachel suspects suicide but Joe thinks it's murder; Gina moves back to Liverpool.
Joe Mason wants to stay in Aidensfield; Phil and Carol suspect a boys is being abused; Peggy looks to win a quiz at the Aidensfield Arms.
A man dies after falling from a bridge and Joe follow the clues the a baby's disappearance three years earlier.
Three Australians arrive to work as sheep shearers on George's farm; George's gold watch disappears; Peggy starts a laundry business.
The CID are reluctant to let local police help after a night mail train is robbed.
A teenage girl, claiming to the daughter of Lord Ashfordly, turns up; David makes a will.
Joe Mason temporarily replace PC Walker and starts off on the wrong foot with villagers.
Walker plans to leave Aidensfield; Peggy seizes an opportunity to make money.
Miller becomes suspect during an investigation; Walker receives his sergeant's exam results.
Walker and Carol Cassidy clash over the handling of a domestic situation; an attractive widow catches Bernie's eye.
The police station is under siege; Peggy tries to prove the moon landing is fake.
The vicar's wife is murdered and a psychic offers to help the police; Peggy loses some dynamite.
After finding a dead body, Rosie is attacked, leading Walker and Rachel to discover a local cult; Peggy tries to sell turkeys.
Gina's wedding day arrives; it begins snowing in Aidensfield.
A rent increase is enforced; A tenant must be evicted; Peggy becomes concerned over David's behavior.
A valuable pendant is stolen from a guest at the Aidensfield Arms; Peggy looks for a new vehicle.
A local man suspected of poisoning dies while in custody; Carol Cassidy traces a miracle cure to a herbalist; a radio journalist visits.
Walker and Cassidy believe a woman has been abused; Younger outfoxes children; Phil and Gina get good news.
Bernie is ready to inherit money when someone from the grave returns to claim it; a girl unexpectedly gives birth.
Blaketon is attacked while helping a guest; Peggy celebrates her birthday.
Carol leaves her medical bag with dangerous drugs inside in her car.
Rob is accused of police brutality; a protester causes surprise; a snake is loose.
A sniper jeopardizes villagers; David takes charge of Peggy's ice cream van.
Concern grows for a boy who runs away on the moors; Rob is set up on a double date; Peggy and David think about selling prized possessions.
A gang leader holds Rob hostage; the annual Aidensfeld-Scarsdale cricket match is held.
A beauty queen receives threatening letters; Peggy tries to beat the bookies; Geoff Younger vows to be tougher on crime.
A war hero's shooting of an intruder is clouded by secrets; Rosie worries about Bernie; Carol tries to help a pregnant teen.
Peggy's car gets stolen; Rosie struggles with an unwelcome admirer; Phil shares his feelings with Gina.
Ashfordly police and the CID team to track down a spy; Peggy believes she has found evidence of murder.
A convicted rapist returns; Rob gets s surprise; Peggy helps a friend.
Aidensfield prepares for French visitors; Carol tries to see Jean; a con man confesses.
A prisoner is broken out of the Ashfordly cells to pilot a helicopter on a secret mission.
A hit and run accident ends a dance on a disastrous note.
Helen has two patients with a suspicious disease.
On his wedding day, Rob is called when an argument occurs between neighbors.
Miller's old army buddy has an adventurous scheme for making money.
Debbie Bellamy is seen fleeing from a dead body in the river.
Bernie becomes the target of a series of violent and mysterious attacks and this worries Rosie.
Colin's farm is auctioned off following his father's death.
A champion horse is stolen and held to ransom.
A man returns from the dead to win his wife back and reclaim his farm.
Sir Richard Lonsdale is the victim of a series of mysterious and violent attacks.
A runaway heiress holds up a bank with her gangster boyfriend, and a gunshot injures her.
A local boy is accused of arson, and his love life complicates his plea of innocence.
Convicted murder Henry Stoddard's release from prison coincides with a rash of vandalism.
The police are on high alert when a mysterious visitor arrives at Ashfordly Hall.
A truck runs off the road and takes Bernie's garage with it.
Blaketon spots a coal merchant sharing a kiss with another woman and tells his wife.
David helps a friend run away from home; Peggy takes a shot at dog training.
Sibling rivalry and greed; baby is diagnosed with a life-threatening condition; walk on the moors.
A priceless Monet painting is stolen from a retired German art dealer's home, leaving Miller to suspect Lord Ashcroft.
Rumors of an escaped killer are confirmed and Rob attempts to tack down the fugitive.
Helen is involved in a suspected case of euthanasia.
Elderly villains have one last crime spree.
Miller chases a gang of youths; Peggy hits on a new money-making idea.
An undercover investigation reveals information about Miller's ethics.
Sergeant Miller is suspicious of a London gangster.
A serial confessor owns up to an unsolved murder; Peggy woos a widower.
Shooting accident at the hall; bitter love triangle; Peggy's guided tours.
A body is found on the beach; Walker is offered information on a looming burglary.
Ventress goes under cover to help Sgt. Noakes recover stolen Russian icons; Vernon and David teach Alfred to hunt truffles.
A series of robberies targets elderly people in the village; Matthew Trent's former lover arrives; PC Geoff Younger joins the station.
The Frankie Rio Trio offers a lift to a young, single mother taking her baby home to see her parents for the holiday.
Jenny's erratic behaviour is diagnosed; Vernon is planning Liz and Ben's wedding; a banker's wife goes missing.
Merton senses something is wrong when he stops a couple fleeing after a storm, and discovers they have passports and a large amount of money.
An ex-army recluse and archaeological enthusiast is found dead; Jenny is acting strangely.
The Maltravers' jewellery is stolen while they are celebrating their son's return from Kenya; David is hailed as a hero.
Thieves who use explosives to rob armoured cars are on the loose in Ashfordly; David's entry in a flower show is stolen.
PC Phil Bellamy's love life seems to be taking a turn for the better; PC Walker investigates when Bellamy is attacked.
Walker suspects poachers in what appears to be an accidental shooting; David leaves the chair of the taxi licensing committee stranded.
Oscar's friend gets in over his head when he approaches a mobster to help pay for his daughter's wedding; David enters a photo contest.
Vernon persuades Lord Ashfordly to host a weekend for artists; the police search for a bogus officer.
An Aidensfield resident is driven to attempt suicide when a blackmailer threatens several people; Vernon attempts to enter the publishing world.
Blaketon has unfinished business with the new recruit at Ashfordly police station.
Police investigate the disappearance of a girl; Jenny jeopardizes her marriage when she attempts to help.
The investigation of what appears to be a simple burglary leads Ashfordly police into a delicate situation.
An old colleague of Oscar and Alf's returns; a high court judge goes into hiding.
David finds a train passenger who has been hit on the head and thrown down an embankment; a guest has his eyes on prized ornaments.
Dr. Merrick encounters a man with bloodied clothes and no memory; Vernon turns the tables on some suspect businessmen.
Police investigate the suspicious death of a diabetic former race car driver; Vernon tries selling household cleaner.
Police investigate a savings and loan scheme; David, Bernie and Vernon enter a poetry competition; Phil deals with tragedy.
After Gina breaks up a fight at the pub she ends up in the hospital with premature labor pains; Oscar recognizes one of the men in the fight.
A patient tells Dr. Merrick her husband is trying to kill her.
An informant disappears; Dr. Merrick organizes a strike.
A suspect in a robbery where someone died returns to Aidensfield; Vernon and David help a woman with a funeral.
After a boy is hit by PC Bellamy while chasing a joyrider his sister claims PC Crane got her pregnant.
Cows around the village are dying; Ventress tell Steve that Sgt. Noakes fancies him.
Sergeant Nokes fills in for Merton; Steve deals with an elderly man who may be losing his mind; Phil is depressed.
Steve's mother takes a job as a librarian; Phil and Gina's relationship hits a bump.
Three farm children are left orphaned; Vernon opens a campsite.
Illness cuts Jenny's honeymoon short; Merton gets a damning report from the Inspector of the Constabulary; a burglar strikes.
A bogus water board inspector is robbing elderly ladies; Blaketon revives a dart tournament.
A mysterious stalker terrifies a woman; Greengrass helps wealthy Australians trace their family tree.
The police face negligence charges; Vernon receives a ransom note; Gina gets unexpected news.
An arson baffles police; Jenny mistakenly doubles the strength of a prescription.
Vernon becomes a millionaire; Liz may have breached doctor patient confidentiality.
A priceless violin is stolen; Vernon's cousin brings him an irresistible business proposition; Merton accepts that Jenny will refuse his proposal.
A farm couple go missing; Jenny leaves Merton hanging.
Vernon holds an art auction; Jenny is kidnapped.
A mystery woman comes to stay with Steve; homes up for sale are hit with a rash of robberies.
Blaketon is back and immediately gets involved in a protest against a local quarry; Crane and Merrick worry about the welfare of a farmer's elderly widow.
The village is gripped in fear when a sniper takes aim at Aidendfield; Liz must confront her ex-lover and his wife.
Two boys playing witness a break-in at a farm; Liz receives crank calls.
A distressed bride-to-be threatens to call off the wedding; a mysterious new constable pesters everyone to stick to the letter of the law.
Mike gets a tip that a gold delivery is going to be hijacked; Vernon and the boys try their hand at interior decorating.
The new constable's failure to make a friendly appearance at the Aidensfield Arms does not go unoticed; Dr. Liz Merric takes over the town surgery; Mike works for the CID.
A gang of Mods on scooters annoy everyone in town; a local clergyman gets blackmailed into sharing his special herbs.
Authorities believe the secret cargo Vernon was transporting is responsible for making the whole town sick.
Lord Ashfordly questions Briggs about falling dividends from High Rigg Quarry; Sgt. Merton tellss everyone they have to work on the weekend because of the Defence Minister's visit.
The victim of a purse snatching steals Bellamy's heart; agile cat burglar specializes in porcelain figures.
Mike gets into a scuffle with an underage drinker at the pub; Vernon gets a visit from an old flame.
Tricia is ready to take the next step in her relationship with Mike, but he is not.
Lord Ashfordly's new wife throws a Christmas ball; Vernon uses the hearse to transport Christmas trees.
Mike and Ralph go on a long stakeout; Tricia tries to help one of her patients, whose husband is having an affair; Vernon starts a landscaping business.
A serial poisoner is on the loose; David is a hit with a seniors' group outing.
An angry landowner tries to take the law into his own hands; Vernon suffers a personality switch after an accident.
Merton's famous cousin comes to Aidensfield looking for a quiet place to work, and hide from her husband; an escaped convict gives Ventress the slip.
Local farmer Richard Harvey lashes out; a dubious-looking young man arrives at the Aidensfield Arms; Vernon and David start a new business.
Sheep begin turning up dead after a dispute between rival sheepdog trainers.
Mike investigates a robbery at the home a wealthy couple; Vernon hypnotizes David into barking at dogs.
Blaketon thinks he saw a criminal who was declared dead 15 years earlier, and Tricia feels well enough to return to work.
At a critical point in their own relationship, both Mike and Pat suspect a man abuses his wife.
Gina leaves Lord Ashfordly's party feeling faint and wakes up the next morning with no memory of the prior night.
A gifted student's chances of going to Oxford are hampered by her father's drinking.
Lord Ashfordly's snobbish guest shoots an ex-commando's dog.
An elderly couple interrupt a burglary in progress; Bernie and David support Blaketon in the upcoming local elections; Alice Stanton rejects Harvey Cottrell's offer to buy some furniture.
Sergeant Merton's career hangs in the balance; Vernon worries about Bernard's odd behavior.
On Tom's birthday, armed robbery suspects hide out in Ashfordly.
A woman with a dark past hides out in Aidensfield; Vernon thinks goats will make him rich.
A fugitive embezzler returns for a second chance with the woman he left behind; Vernon is convinced he can grow a vineyard.
A valuable vase is stolen; a VIP makes a top secret visit; Mike gets the results of his sergeants exam.
Vernon wants to be a movie mogul; a romance may end an ancient feud.
The new sergeant, Sgt. Merton, arrives.
There is a death on the village green when a man has a heart attack.
Phil looks to put three troublemakers in jail; an ex-con comes looking for his wife.
Emma's guide dog Peggy disappears; Heather has an affair with a politician.
Bank robbers kidnap a mother and son; salmonella outbreak keeps constables hopping; Vernon starts a pet cemetery.
A group of hippies turns derelict cottages into a commune.
Ventress is concerned about an old flame when her failing marriage looks set to end in tragedy.
A photo in a newspaper implicates Alf in an art theft.
A series of petty thefts seem to lead back to a local nursing home.
A police constable with a checkered past comes under Craddock's command.
An old acquaintance of Craddock's arrives unexpectedly and informs him of a top secret surveillance operation taking place in the area.
Dr. Summerbee takes the blame when parental disapproval leads a pair of young lovers to rebel.
Dr. Summerbee finds herself at the center of controversy; Craddock awaits a visit from Her Majesty's Inspector.
Mike is dealing with the threat of a setback to his career when Jackie drops an unexpected bombshell.
Russians attend a chess tournament in Aidensfield, where one of their number plans to defect.
Businessmen find themselves victims of threatening letters and mysterious explosions.
Jackie isn't sure what to believe when she is called in to act for a businessman on a serious charge.
A man suspected of drug dealing is the boyfriend of Lord Ashfordly's sister.
A counterfeiting operation is jeopardized by a disgruntled employee.
Bellamy finds himself in too deep when his scrutiny of a robbery suspect becomes personal.
Mike suspects a cover-up in an auto accident; Vernon resurrects his marriage bureau business; Gina has second thoughts.
Mike's niece and a friend come to visit; Lord Ashfordly hosts Prince Nicholas and hires Vernon to be his bodyguard. Phil decides to take action.
A prowler makes trouble for Peggy Barton; Vernon gets a taste of the fast life.
Jackie's mother is outraged by Jackie's latest case; Phil's relationship hits a snag.
Sergeant Craddock meets an attractive dance instructor; Bernie and Vernon try their hand at auto mechanics when Lord Ashfordly's Bentley breaks down.
Mike is ordered to open his home as a safe house; Greengrass moves to the Caribbean; Bernie's enterprising stepbrother pays a visit.
An old flame comes to town; Nurse Maggie considers leaving Aidensfield; Sylvia is having a rough time caring for her sick mother Freda; Maggie is suspicious when Freda dies.
A Scroogelike banker spoils everyone's Christmas and drives away his teenage son, who hides at a friend's, then is kidnapped.
A man reports that a case full of money is missing.
A boy runs away from boarding school and Mike must find him; Phil goes out with an ex behind Gina's back; an old friend of Bernie's organizes a tour.
Police hunt for two inept crooks after a botched robbery attempt. A big horse fair draws travelers from all over, but Craddock gives them a hard time.
Craddock's patience is pushed to the limit by his mother's attempts to help him solve a mysterious murder; Greengrass can't believe his luck when his horse comes in; David's trip to the vet costs him more than he thought.
Alf's old commando unit has a reunion at Gina's pub; Greengrass arranges a poaching expedition; cancer patient wants to die at home.
Gabriel and Diana Firth return to Firth Manor for his retirement. Greengrass attempts to get onto the fireworks business.
Greengrass is entrusted with an award-winning poodle who runs away before a big competition.
Someone is stalking Jackie; when a man dies, Bernie hopes to give him a military funeral.
A retiree looks forward to the peace and quiet of her new country home; Greengrass leases a field from Don.
A car plummets into a river late one night; Jackie confesses to Mike that she has not told her parents he is a police constable.
Greengrass gets caught in the turf war of fish-and-chip vendors; a widow feeds Ventress.
The payroll theft looks like an inside job; surgery threatens Andy's secret; Mike plans a vacation.
Thieves steal Ashfordly's horse; Greengrass considers psychic work; Maggie helps a woman.
Greengrass suspects a plot against a racehorse.
Ventress needs a doctor; Bradley investigates a mysterious burned-out car.
A burglar refuses to allow a witness's testimony.
Oscar Blaketon reveals he knows about Andy Ryan's deceptions.
Tensions rise between Mike and Jackie when a client's son is not charged for a crime; Greengrass and David decide to race sheep.
Blaketon accuses Ray Nixon of spiking drinks; Gina sides with Blaketon.
Stella attends a funeral; Mike investigates hotel burglaries.
Julia's husband harasses her; Claude persuades Bernie to use the hearse for driving lessons.
Malcolm faces losing both the farm and his wife.
Vera escapes from the psychiatric home; David and Claude run a scam at a pet store.
Denzil Arcourt tells PC Bradley that he intends to shoot a feature film in the area.
A young couple are suspected of robbing a retiree; Claude tries another moneymaking scheme.
A car leaves the scene after crashing through a store window; Mike is suspicious of Jackie.
Oscar Blaketon takes charge of the Crime Prevention Committee; robberies baffle the Aidensfield Police; Gina falls in love.
A robbery leaves a guard dead and a robber injured; a mysterious woman seeks out Claude; Jackie and Mike are secretive.
Author Honor Gale insists on remaining incognito, but her photo appears in the local paper; Tom Dabble runs against Blaketon for City Council.
Sandra arranges for Alison to have an abortion; Sandra's father is under investigation.
Mary's old flame offers her a job managing his hotel; Celia suspects her sister Eileen's husband of harming her.
Claude investigates robberies of homes; Gina and Mary have had it with the Blaketons.
Gina helps old flame, Terry, who is AWOL; Blaketon seeks financial advice.
Jackie's uncle turns out to be the driver in a hit-and-run accident; Mike ponders his future in Aidensfield.
Drunken woman crashes her car; Claude becomes the owner of pigs.
A new restaurant becomes the target of sabotage; old friend of Gina's returns; Greengrass develops an interest in archaeology.
Gina is arrested for possessing drugs; Claude and Blaketon join together to save David from financial ruin.
A father takes his pregnant daughter away from a hippie commune; Greengrass gets into a betting scam with ferrets.
Series of fires end in tragedy; Maggie finds out she's pregnant; Ventress uncovers an imposter using his name.
A protest seeks to force Lord Ashfordly to reopen a ramblers' access pathway.
Maggie is accused of negligence; Claude's plan to profit from a tramp is thwarted when she disappears.
Police investigate couple living in a haunted house; Mrs. Craddock organizes a charity dance.
Female patient accuses Neil of misconduct; Maggie is confused.
A dispute over a will threatens a woman with eviction; Claude arranges lodging for Bellamy.
Mike takes a leave of absence; plans for Gina's party backfire.
Claude is up to his old tricks; lorries are seen going to a deserted factory.
Lord Ashfordly's sister suspects her fiance is a jewelry thief; Bellamy seduces Sue.
People believe aliens killed a cyclist; Bellamy blackmails Sue into dinner.
Police fear a missing girl is dead; Claude and David look after Mrs. Leacock's cat.
A doctor is in Aidensfield under false pretenses; Claude sells tinned meat.
Craddock angers farmers when he cracks down on the local vet's drunken driving.
A baby is kidnapped; Greengrass hires inexperienced workers.
Homemade doll with pins is discovered; witchcraft is suspected when a skull is stolen from the cemetery.
The past haunts a bank manager; Greengrass fixes a golf tournament.
Brian's mother blames his accident on faulty steering; Ann Marsden admits to knowing about her husband's shady dealings.
Mike makes a dramatic rescue after a radioactive isotope goes missing; Greengrass tries to make money by racing his brother's greyhound.
Mike Bradley investigates a case of food poisoning; Greengrass recovers a debt from a strip club owner.
A teenage girl believes she is being stalked; a new sergeant arrives; Maggie may find romance.
A war medal is stolen; Maggie and Neil mend their differences.
Blaketon finds himself at the wrong side of the law; Greengrass has a plan to make some quick cash.
Blaketon's friend from the army creates havoc in the village.
Nick, Jo and Katie leave; Greengrass gives tours of his haunted house.
Nick considers a career move; Greengrass and Bernie try sculpturing.
Bradley considers his future in Aidensfield; Greengrass is struck by Cupid.
A prisoner dies in jail; Greengrass purchases a used police car.
Everyone has a bone to pick with a local TV repairman; Greengrass sends damaged goods through the mail.
A surprise awaits Nick and Jo upon their return from their honeymoon; Greengrass is accused of an intimidation campaign.
P.C. Ventress meets old enemies as a disreputable family returns to Aidensfield.
A new police officer (Jason Durr) is tested during an armed robbery; Greengrass (Bill Maynard) establishes a catering service.
Nick and Jo's wedding day finally arrives; Greengrass gets in trouble over jellied eels.
A gamekeeper is accused of a shooting; Greengrass organizes a pool tournament.
An ex-convict returns home and shows an interest in his son's passion for trains.
Lord Ashfordly's alcoholic sister arrives and causes chaos; Greengrass organizes an illicit pheasant shoot.
A farmer is injured in a shooting incident; Greengrass is given a secret recipe.
Greengrass is visited by his brother, whom he hasn't spoken to in 20 years; Nick tries to keep the peace among the villagers.
A woman is terrified by a mysterious stalker; Greengrass helps wealthy Australians trace their family tree.
Greengrass harbors a van full of stolen cigarettes; Jo receives tragic news.
Muggings frustrate local police; Greengrass acquires a stuffed sheep.
Nick and Jo make a grisly discovery while investigating the truancy of a schoolboy.
Macabre rumors fly following the disappearance of a constable at a local pig farm.
Jo and Nick find romance.
When Jo and Nick are trapped in a snowstorm, they help a pregnant plane-crash survivor.
Nick goes under cover to catch a bank robber who has escaped from prison.
Many of the locals including Maggie and Blaketon receive anonymous letters, while Nick is suspicious of a financial adviser that comes to the area.
A woman returns to Aidensfield after serving time for manslaughter.
Nick becomes the object of a fatal attraction.
A woman's body is discovered on the side of the road, and Greengrass' dog bites a professional wrestler.
Blaketon is threatened with a demotion; Greengrass is admitted to the hospital.
Greengrass vies with an old enemy when Aidensfield hosts a quoits match, and Nick meets Jo's parents but the evening is interrupted when he is called out in an emergency.
Errol Jones becomes the prime suspect in a violent robbery; Nick's mother visits.
Greengrass enters a new business venture, while Alf goes to his would be son in law's stag night where all his drinks get spiked.
A fashion photographer sets up a photo shoot in the village; Nick and Jo's relationship is put to the test.
A girl is injured in a hit-and-run accident; Nick studies for an exam; Jo suggests a weekend away.
The police investigate a robbery at a wine and spirits warehouse, and Nick discovers the reasons behind Ventress' uncharacteristic behaviour, and Greengrass gets a surprise proposition after being caught poaching.
Nick and Jo are worried about a disruptive village schoolboy, and Greengrass hatches a plan to 'borrow' Lord Ashfordly's racehorse.
The neighbor of a recluse is terrorized; Anton suffers severe burns after a fire breaks out in the kitchen.
Nick asks Jo Weston for a date; Norman returns with a new business partner; Lord Ashfordly doubles the rent at the pub.
Nick's pursuit of an escaped prisoner leads him into a more complex case, and Greengrass becomes the school lollipop man, but his new job is soon put in jeopardy.
A father has kidnapped his son from his wife and brought him to Aidensfield, when the boy becomes ill with polio, a mass vaccination is arranged.
Nick investigates a pirate radio station; Maggie has a male visitor.
When Professor Brigstock dies at home, a stranger discovers the body and steals the professor's papers.
While excavating Ventress' new property, Greengrass finds a bomb.
Arthur Wakefield has a heart attack while fighting with an intruder. Meanwhile, Special Constable Cowley is assigned to help Nick on his patch, but Nick isn't pleased with the idea.
While celebrating Katie's christening, Nick receives a visit from an old girlfriend of his to inform him that they will be investigate the criminal activities of the owner of a well known gambling club.
A burglar attacks Maggie; a Bob Dylan look-alike fascinates teens; tragic accident.
Alf sees a UFO during an electrical storm.
In her 40s, a local woman has symptoms of Alzheimer's disease.
Nick can't understand people's attitude towards him, and Gina agrees. An old man who has been coming to Aidensfield with his wife on holiday for years suddenly goes missing with Claude.
Newcomers face hostility; peeping Tom; Nick's mother has eyes for Sgt. Blaketon.
Greengrass organizes a dart match; Nick's mother visits.
A nocturnal thief is stealing petrol; Nick is too preoccupied with Kate's illness to notice.
Joe Norton and his buddies hassle Nick; Kate secretly has a blood test done.
Members of a bike gang cause trouble at a dance in Aidensfield.
Nick investigates after some Christmas trees are stolen, and Greengrass dresses up as Father Christmas.
The symptoms of a 10-year-old girl puzzle Kate; Nick responds to a farmer's complaint.
Greengrass trains his dog; an elderly woman discusses her long-lost daughter; Nick searches for a suitcase containing human ashes.
Nick investigates graffiti at a battery egg farm and discovers that there is more to the case than he thought. Meanwhile, Greengrass tries his hand at selling free range eggs.
Nick investigates a malicious burglary, Greengrass is discovered handling stolen goods, and an old boyfriend of Gina's arrives in Aidensfield - with a criminal record.
Kate tells Nick she's pregnant; Nick investigates lead theft.
Nick uncovers a cache of illegal weapons; Greengrass feuds with Lord Ashfordly's new gamekeeper.
When a Russian ship docks in Whitby, Nick is confronted by a sailor demanding political asylum and claiming he had to fight for his life to get into Britain. Meanwhile, Greengrass teams up with an unusual partner in crime.
A local woman's attempts to avoid her husband's advances by putting sleeping tablets in his whisky have tragic consequences, and Greengrass gets involved in illicit cockfighting.
A former resident reappears in Aidensfield; Greengrass is approached by a stranger.
A woman brings forward a charge of sexual assault to local police.
Nick interrupts a break-in at the Ashfordly Council Offices; Greengrass discovers pigeon-racing.
A family passing through the village bring terror to the inhabitants of Aidensfield.
Revenge seems to be the motive for a recent poisoning.
Nick investigates the disappearance of sheep; Greengrass discovers a way to pay Inland Revenue.
Nick takes an undercover fishing holiday in Whitby to investigate a case of smuggling, and Ventress proves to have some useful leads. Kate has to break some difficult news to a patient.
A new inspector visits the police station; Kate considers setting up a joint practice in Whitby.
Tension among the locals rises when an American, after crashing his motorcycle, stays in town to rest.
David Stockwell witnesses his mother being run over and is forced to lie about the incident. David also takes on the plight of some unfortunate badgers, Nick is suspicious and continues his investigation into the accident.
Nick is involved in grave-robbing; a concerned parent contacts Kate; Sgt. Blaketon is in a drug robbery.
Greengrass is left angered after being shot at by local landowner Raymond Walker. Meanwhile, Kate worries about a widow who is being harassed, and Alf finds a kitten and takes it to the station as Mrs Ventress doesn't like cats.
Susan's pending nuptials are threatened by her former nanny's death; Nick seeks missing shellfish; Kate may inherit a fortune.
An American targets a recluse; ailing Dr. Ferrenby goes fishing; unlicensed boxing.
A pawnshop in Ashfordly is burglarized when Bellamy should have been in the area.
During a blizzard, a criminal comes after his pregnant ex-wife and her boyfriend.
Nick investigates a break-in at the surgery; thinking she is pregnant, Mavis Briggs visits Kate; Gina visits an old friend with a checkered past.
The Aidensfield Fun Fair draws complaints; 5-year-old disappears; Claire gets sick.
Kate realizes a woman may be pregnant; Nick faces opposition when witnesses in a case refuse to talk; Aidensfield may be on a crime spree.
The baby's crying causes strife for Rita and Eric; Nick must find their stolen baby.
Greengrass boasts of a windfall; Sgt. Blaketon organizes a talent contest; Kate's former flame comes to town.
Depression over her husband's conviction of a crime she thinks he did not commit prompts a woman's suicide attempt.
After a confrontation, a private flees thinking he killed a sadistic sergeant.
Reg Manston fears a farm outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease; Manston feuds with a neighbor.
Lights on at the Aidensfield Arms after closing time spur Nick to investigate.
Kate is upset when Nick buys an old sports car; Frank spies on Nick and Kate.
A flasher is spotted on the moors; Kate learns a young village girl is pregnant.
Constable Nick Rowan must decide whether to give up the country ambiance of Aidensfield for the 'crime and grime' of London.
A retired policeman is fatally shot in his Aidensfield home.
A love affair between a Gypsy and the vicar's daughter causes trouble for Nick and Kate.
Nick must handle protesters at a ban-the bomb demonstration; a local left-wing politician gives Nick trouble.
A string of burglaries presents Rowan with a single clue: a tidy thief.
Rowan find himself in the middle of a gunfight when an old feud reignites.
Rowan investigates two mysterious barn fires.
Charlie Denby enjoys the company of young male customers, but some people think it's too much.
A motorist's attempt to avoid a drunken hiker causes another death; Kate disagrees with Dr. Ferrenby.
Trouble from a motorcycle gang marks London constable Nick Rowan's arrival at his new post in Aidensfield.
Young offenders staying at Ashfordly Hall are under suspicion following a series of disturbances in the village; a mysterious prowler plagues elderly spinster Miss Plum.
A young girl is injured in a riding accident; Peggy manages to draw David into another of her schemes, but they eventually are barred from the Aidensfield Arms.
Crooks use a locomotive to steal freight wagons from Ashfordly Station; Peggy is up to her usual mischief at a bowling tournament; Gina tries to cheer up Helen.
Peggy Armstrong arrives in town and soon gets her nephew David into hot water; Walker finds himself involved in a drug case when he's offered some pills at a party.
Vernon is forced to take desperate measures when an Inland Revenue inspector pays a visit to Aidensfield; Bellamy tries to prove himself to Sergeant Miller.
Merton races against time to stop a saboteur when Aidensfield hosts a car hill-climb; Vernon's set to take the winnings when Bernie fixes up an old car he finds in a cowshed.
The Frankie Rio Trio offers a lift to a young, single mother taking her baby home to see her parents for the holiday.
A patient tells Dr. Merrick her husband is trying to kill her.