Wednesday, 2 April 2014

Giveaway #379 : Win 2 x Midsomer Murders - The Killings of Copenhagen DVD - closed - winners Jagjit Gill & Lynne Rea


Get ready for the 100th episode of Britain’s best-loved detective series starring Neil Dudgeon as DCI John Barnaby, who continues to fight crime in the beautiful but deadly villages of Midsomer. Eric Calder, the chairman of Calder’s Biscuits in Badger’s Drift, is killed in a hotel room on a business trip to Copenhagen. Barnaby and Nelson are called in to assist in the investigation and soon find Calder had more than biscuits linking him to the Danish capital. When another body is found they travel to Denmark to join forces with the Copenhagen cops.

This special edition features the 100th episode of Midsomer Murders, an interview with Director Alex Pillai and a special Behind the Scenes bonus feature.





If you're a fan of the show, you might like the following trivia :

Despite its picture postcard setting, more than 300 people have died before their time in Midsomer. A further nine have died from natural causes. There will have been 281 murders, 12 accidental deaths and 11 suicides by the time that the 100th episode is transmitted. The most dangerous village with the highest death toll is Badger’s Drift, setting of the very first episode and UK base for the 100th.

Bizarre and gruesome murder implements since the series began include death by cow, electrocution from a faulty microphone, death by poisonous frog, a French guillotine, a hatpin in the ear, bottles of relish, a tower of newspapers, a gargoyle from a roof and shelves of Midsomer Blue cheese.

Midsomer Murders attracts top viewing figures on ITV and is one of the UK’s best programming exports with sales to 225 territories, from Afghanistan to Zambia. It is also a hit on Facebook, where the official page has over 125,000 fans.

I have two copies of the Midsomer Murders - The Killings of Copenhagen DVD to give away to lucky Madhouse Family Reviews readers. To be in with a chance of winning, fill in your details in the Rafflecopter widget below.




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UK only. Closing date : 16/4/14

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121 comments:

  1. I was watching DCI banks recently and was surprised to see my childhood home in the programme

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  4. I loved Broadchurch and thought Alec and Ellie were fab detectives! (AKA David Tennant and Olivia Colman)

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  5. Madhouse recipe : Blood orange & Pear Lemon-Drizzle Cake - commented

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  6. not sure but does jonathan creek count cos he does solve the crimes

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  7. Dalziel and Pascoe - I think the casting is perfect, really fits the books.

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  8. Inspector Montalbano, of course, he's sex on legs. :)
    Though I am also very fond of the old series Brother Cadfael.

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  10. I used to like Magnum PI and love watching them now still.

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  11. Commented on 'California Prune Panda Scones recipe'.

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  12. Ronnie Brooks played by Bradley Walsh in Law & Order UK

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  13. Detective Albert Chisholm in Minder. Always funny!

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  14. Angela Lansbury - Murder she wrote, she was an amateur detective. Hope she counts. x

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  15. Columbo.

    Rachel Craig

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  16. I commented on blog :-Airwick UK National Parks Collection - Review.

    Rachel Craig

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  17. Columbo is my all time favourite

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  18. Jackson Brodie

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  19. Jonathon Creek, laid back, cool and funny

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  20. has to be Frost, i love david jason x

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  21. So many that I love, but I think I will choose Sherlock Holmes!

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  22. poirot :)
    @sarahrees151286

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  23. Christine Shelley6 April 2014 at 19:27

    Foyle, I can watch it over and over agin

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  24. has to be Poirot - gutted that its finished

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  25. Inspectr Morse

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  26. Laure Berthaud (Spiral - Engrenages)

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  27. Tom Barnaby!!! Or Jerry Standing from New Tricks. Although, Poirot is the only detective who has ever made me cry - Murder on the Orient Express. Not sure I can choose =]

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  28. Inspector Morse - great plots and acting

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  29. I like Luther if he counts as a detective

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  30. I think my favourite is Columbo. He makes me laugh and reminds me of my gran who loved the show.

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  31. Inspector Morse - @pepicola3

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  32. Renee Armstrong10 April 2014 at 16:09

    Its got to be Luther !

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  33. Alison Thompson12 April 2014 at 09:48

    Jessica Fletcher....

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  34. Jonathan Creek

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  35. Detective Beckett from Castle :D

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  36. I commented on the Little Mix post

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  37. Hercule Poirot for me, but my Mother loves Midsomer Murders & Endeavour, so if I'm lucky enough to win you are going to make one 82 year old very happy!

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  38. I've commented on your Schwartz Perfect Shake review. xx

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  39. Helen Mirren Prime Suspect

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  40. my favourite is Jack Frost, no better on television

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  41. Sherlock Holmes - in all his forms.

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  42. Rebecca Gransden15 April 2014 at 20:55

    Jane Tennison

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  43. Colombo for me!

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  44. Derek Morgan from Criminal Minds

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  45. Mac Taylor from CSI New York

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  46. Columbo old school
    lisa ann tebbutt

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  47. Pam Francis Gregory16 April 2014 at 20:42

    Morse

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  48. Pam Francis Gregory16 April 2014 at 20:48

    I commented on Seedling Pirate Excavation kit review

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