In Season 1, a man is murdered at the unveiling of a church clock, suspicion grows concerning a drowning, a man is found hanging in a conservatory and Sid is accused of injuring a man.
In Season 2, Fr Brown investigates the disappearance of a parishioner, an ex-serviceman dies suddenly in the street and the grand opening of Pryde Castle ends in disaster.
In Season 3, the new wife of Sir Raleigh is found dead in a locked room, a circus clown is murdered and a killing is committed at the local army barracks using a legendary broken sword.
All ten episodes from the fourth series of the TV drama starring Mark Williams as the eponymous character created by English writer G.K. Chesterton. Set in the 1950s in the fictional village of Kembleford, the series follows Roman Catholic priest Father Brown who has a knack for solving crimes. He is assisted by parish secretary Bridgette McCarthy (Sorcha Cusack) and is often a source of frustration for the local police. The episodes are: 'The Mask of the Demon', 'The Brewer's Daughter', 'The Hangman's Demise', 'The Crackpot of the Empire', 'The Daughter of Autolycus', 'The Rod of Asclepius', 'The Missing Man', 'The Resurrectionists', 'The Sins of the Father' and 'The Wrath of Baron Samdi'.