"Magicians Nephew", episode 64, aired July 2008, filmed November 2007. I detest the tendency of the people behind Midsomer Murders to ridicule anything and anyone connected to the church and Christians. The English have the reputation of playing at animal worship or paganism. The most interesting part of this entire episode is the reference to the most famous English mind of all-time: William Tyndale, the man who translated the Bible into the English Language and he has been dead for almost 500 years.
Episode 64 in the series. This episode has Black Magic rituals, poisonous frogs and revenge - and an author out to expose it all. An unusual story.
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