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Father Brown is to return to BBC Daytime with a new ten-part series to air in early 2022 which will include a special programme to mark the 100th episode, which is set on New Year’s Eve.
 

Father Brown, which is produced by BBC Studios, is based on the stories by GK Chesterton about a crime-solving Roman Catholic priest played by Mark Williams, who once again resumes his role. 

Mark Williams said: “We love telling our stories as much as the world loves watching them. A modest, warm daytime drama that achieves one hundred episodes and global success. Who’d have thought it?” 

Williams stars alongside returning cast members; Sorcha Cusack (Mrs McCarthy), Jack Deam (Inspector Mallory) and John Burton (Sergeant Goodfellow) are Alex Price (Sid Carter), Nancy Carroll (Lady Felicia), Emer Kenny (Bunty Windermere) and John Light (Hercule Flambeau). 

The 100th episode, The Red Death, will see Lady Felicia and her husband Monty host a lavish masked ball counting down to 1954. However, their plans are ruined when the Minster of Defence, Sir Charles Hakeworth is murdered by a masked figure. With the estate locked down and a killer in the midst Father Brown and the gang must find the real perpetrator. 

Father Brown, which first aired on BBC daytime in 2013, is now a global success and broadcasts in over 232 territories around the world, including on primetime in the USA.

10 June 2021                                            Back to the headlines


 
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