All the episodes from the fifth to eighth 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. Series 5 episodes are: 'The Star of Jacob', 'The Labyrinth of the Minotaur', 'The Eve of St John', 'The Chedworth Cyclone', 'The Hand of Lucia', 'The Eagle and the Daw', 'The Smallest of Things', 'The Crimson Feather', 'The Lepidopterist's Companion', 'The Alchemist's Secret', 'The Sins of Others', 'The Theatre of the Invisible', 'The Tanganyika Green', 'The Fire in the Sky' and 'The Penitent Man'. Series 6 episodes are: 'The Tree of Truth', 'The Jackdaw's Revenge', 'The Kembleford Dragon', 'The Angel of Mercy', 'The Face of the Enemy', 'The Devil You Know', 'The Dance of Death', 'The Cat of Mastigatus', 'The Flower and the Fairway' and 'The Two Deaths of Hercule Flambeau'. Series 7 episodes are: 'The Great Train Robbery', 'The Passing Bell', 'The Whistle in the Dark', 'The Demise of the Debutante', 'The Darkest Noon', 'The Sacrifice of Tantalus', 'The House of God', 'The Blood of the Anarchists', 'The Skylark Scandal' and 'The Honourable Thief'. Series 8 episodes are: 'The Celestial Choir', 'The Queen Bee', 'The Scales of Justice', 'The Wisdom of the Fool', 'The Folly of Jephthah', 'The Numbers of the Beast', 'The River Corrupted', 'The Curse of the Aesthetic', 'The Fall of the House of St Gardner' and 'The Tower of Lost Souls'.