Father Brown Stories

Episodes

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0101The Blue Cross1984120220190218 (BBC7)
20190219 (BBC7)

Master of disguise Flambeau is on the run from the police. Andrew Sachs stars.

Andrew Sachs stars as GK Chesterton's famous clerical sleuth

0102The Queer Feet1984120920190219 (BBC7)
20190220 (BBC7)

Death in a small hotel. Who stole the silver fish service? How many waiters are there? And how did all this lead to a glimmer of repentance?

Series of GK Chesterton's stories about the insightful clerical sleuth dramatised by John Scotney.

Starring Andrew Sachs as Father Brown and Olivier Pierre as Flambeau.

With Matt Brenner as the Colonel, Christopher Scott as Duke, Kerry Shale as Hector, David Graeme as Lever, Arnold Diamond as Giovanni, Robin Summers as Jean-Pierre, David Sinclair as the Doctor and Alan Thompson as Audley.

Directed at BBC Bristol by Alec Reid.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1984.

Death and theft in a small hotel, and confusion over waiters.

Andrew Sachs stars as GK Chesterton's famous clerical sleuth

0103The Eye Of Apollo1984121620190220 (BBC7)
20190221 (BBC7)

A villain turned detective? A new religion proclaimed from a balcony. And Inspector Bagshaw is baffled... Only Father Brown discovers the murderer.

Series of GK Chesterton's stories about the insightful clerical sleuth dramatised by John Scotney.

Starring Andrew Sachs as Father Brown and Olivier Pierre as Flambeau.

With Bill Wallis as Bagshaw, Bruce Boa as Kalon, Narissa Knights as Pauline Stacey, Lisa Flanagan as Joan Stacey, Melinda Walker as the Sister, Garrick Hagon as Wilson and Robin Summers as the News Vendor.

Directed at BBC Bristol by Alec Reid.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1984.

A villain turns sleuth, and Inspector Bagshaw is baffled.

Andrew Sachs stars as GK Chesterton's famous clerical sleuth

0105The Honour Of Israel Gow2011020420190221 (BBC7)
20190222 (BBC7)

An eye for an eye and a tooth to satisfy Israel Gow.

Father Brown surveys the remnants of a battered corpse and talks of money.

Series of GK Chesterton's stories about the insightful clerical sleuth dramatised by John Scotney.

Starring Andrew Sachs as Father Brown.

With Henry Stamper as McCandlish, Graham Blockey as Johnstone, David Sinclair as Dacre, Ellen McIntosh as Mrs MacDonald, James Bryce as Old Jamie and Guy Holden as the Barman.

The Piper: Brian Supple

Directed at BBC Bristol by Alec Reid.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1984.

The death of a nobleman, and a question of honour.

Andrew Sachs stars as GK Chesterton's famous clerical sleuth

0106The Hammer Of God1985012020190222 (BBC7)
20190223 (BBC7)

Retribution that comes from above is not always divine.

Nevertheless Father Brown reaches the evil in the heart of the good...

Series of GK Chesterton's stories about the insightful clerical sleuth dramatised by John Scotney.

Starring Andrew Sachs as Father Brown.

With Bryan Matheson as Wilfred Boedric, Phillip Manikum as Doctor Westley, Paul Nicholson as Norman Boedric, Tony Phillips as Simeon Barnes, Deborah Paige as Mrs Thurston, Robin Summers as PC Barton, David Sinclair as Inspector Stow and John Webb as Josian Risby.

Directed at BBC Bristol by Alec Reid.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1984.

A case of divine retribution or a more earthbound murder?

Andrew Sachs stars as GK Chesterton's famous clerical sleuth

0107The Sins Of Prince Saradine2011020820190225 (BBC7)
20190226 (BBC7)

Father Brown and Flambeau cross a Norfolk lake to meet an Italian with a dark history, and exchange dreams with an old adversary.

Series of GK Chesterton's stories about the insightful clerical sleuth dramatised by John Scotney.

Starring Andrew Sachs as Father Brown and Olivier Pierre as Flambeau.

With Garard Green as Mr Paul, June Barrie as Mrs Anthony, Roger Hammond as Saradine, Robin Summers as the Italian and Peter Acre as Norfolk Tough.

Directed at BBC Bristol by Alec Reid.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1984.

Eloping noblemen and blood feuds, but will revenge find the right mark?

Andrew Sachs stars as GK Chesterton's famous clerical sleuth

0201The Perishing Of The Pendragons1986100520200517 (BBC7)
20200516 (BBC7)
20200512 (BBC7)
20200511 (BBC7)
20160623 (BBC7)
20160624 (BBC7)

Mystery afloat as a Cornish family's curse starts to unravel. Starring Andrew Sachs.

Andrew Sachs stars as GK Chesterton's famous clerical sleuth

Mystery afloat as a Cornish family's curse starts to unravel. Starring Andrew Sachs

0202The Arrow Of Heaven1986101220160624 (BBC7)
20160625 (BBC7)
20200512 (BBC7)
20200513 (BBC7)
20200516 (BBC7)
20200517 (BBC7)

A trip to New York leads to a murky trail of blackmail and murder.

Andrew Sachs stars as GK Chesterton's famous clerical sleuth

0203The Mistake Of The Machine1986101920160627 (BBC7)
20160628 (BBC7)
20200513 (BBC7)
20200514 (BBC7)
20200516 (BBC7)
20200517 (BBC7)

A suspect is locked away, but has the prison governor got the right man?

Andrew Sachs stars as GK Chesterton's famous clerical sleuth

0204The Curse Of The Golden Cross1986102620160628 (BBC7)
20160629 (BBC7)
20200514 (BBC7)
20200515 (BBC7)
20200516 (BBC7)
20200517 (BBC7)

The past and present collide to provide another mystery to solve for the clerical sleuth.

Andrew Sachs stars as GK Chesterton's famous clerical sleuth

0205Actor And Alibi1986110220160629 (BBC7)
20160630 (BBC7)
20200515 (BBC7)
20200516 (BBC7)
20200517 (BBC7)

The clerical sleuth hopes that the farce is with him in solving a theatre-land mystery.

Andrew Sachs stars as GK Chesterton's famous clerical sleuth