The Ruth Rendell Mysteries

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The Ruth Rendell Mysteries
Also known as The Inspector Wexford Mysteries
Genre Crime drama
Created by
Starring
Composer(s) Brian Bennett
Country of origin
  • United Kingdom
Original language(s)
  • English
No. of seasons 12
No. of episodes 84 (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s)
  • Graham Benson
  • Colin Rogers
  • Tim Vaughn
Producer(s)
  • John Davies
  • Neil Zeiger
Location(s)
  • United Kingdom
Running time 60 minutes
Production company(s)
Distributor
Release
Original network
Picture format 4:316:9
Audio format MonoStereo
Original release 2 August 1987 (1987-08-02) – 11 October 2000 (2000-10-11)

The Ruth Rendell Mysteries is a British television crime drama series, produced by TVS and Meridian Broadcasting, in association with Blue Heaven productions, for broadcast on ITV. Twelve series were broadcast between August 2, 1987, and October 11, 2000. Created by renowned author Ruth Rendell, the first six series focused entirely on Rendell's main literary character Inspector Reg Wexford, played by George Baker. Repeat airings of these series change the programme's title to The Inspector Wexford Mysteries. However, later series shifted focus onto other short stories previously written by Rendell, with Wexford only featuring in three further stories, in 1996, 1998 and 2000 respectively. When broadcast, these three stories were broadcast under the title Inspector Wexford.

In some cases, stories were expanded from Rendell's original material or elements from a number of stories were woven together into one episode. A smaller number of episodes were based on Rendell's full-length novels, such as Going Wrong, starring James Callis and Front Seat, starring Janet Suzman. An overall total of fifty-five episodes featured Inspector Wexford, alongside his wife Dora (Louie Ramsay) and sidekick D.I. Mike Burden (Christopher Ravenscroft). A total of twenty-nine episodes focused on other characters.

The first six series were released on VHS, but have never been released on DVD due to an issue with Television South's licensing rights, which affects most of their back catalogue of programming. Series seven to twelve have since been released on DVD as a Best Of box set, omitting four episodes.

Cast[edit]

Episode list[edit]

Series 1 (1987)[edit]

Episode Title Written by Directed by Viewers
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Original airdate
1 "Wolf to the Slaughter: Part 1" Clive Exton John Davies TBA 2 August 1987
One evening, someone messes up a love-nest on a side street in a small country town. The carpet is soaked with human blood, but there is no body to be found. Meanwhile, a beautiful, promiscuous woman goes missing - as does the bundle of cash she was carrying. But Wexford and Burden have different theories about the disappearance of the eccentric Anita Margolis.
2 "Wolf to the Slaughter: Part 2" Clive Exton John Davies TBA 9 August 1987
Who is Ann? Who is Geoff Smith? Who sent the anonymous letter? Inspector Wexford and his team appear nowhere nearer solving the mystery. Perhaps if the missing girl's body things would becomes clearer. But where to begin?
3 "Wolf to the Slaughter: Part 3" Clive Exton John Davies TBA 16 August 1987
A gold lighter is found and provides a vital clue to the girl's disappearance. Its inscription reads 'For the girl who lights up my life' but which girl? And where is the body?
4 "Wolf to the Slaughter: Part 4" Clive Exton John Davies TBA 23 August 1987
Wexford and his colleagues now knows the identity of Anita Margolis's killer, but there is a problem - he died some 18 months before the murder. Are the detectives investigations at a halt?

Series 2 (1988)[edit]

Episode Title Written by Directed by Viewers
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Original airdate
1 "A Guilty Thing Surprised: Part 1" Clive Exton Mary McMurray TBA 19 June 1988
Wexford finds he is dealing with a very nasty case when nature-loving Elizabeth Nightingale is murdered on one of her nightly walks through the woods around Myfleet Manor.
2 "A Guilty Thing Surprised: Part 2" Clive Exton Mary McMurray TBA 26 June 1988
3 "A Guilty Thing Surprised: Part 3" Clive Exton Mary McMurray TBA 3 July 1988
4 "Shake Hands Forever: Part 1" Clive Exton Don Leaver TBA 23 September 1988
Angela Hathall is murdered, but Wexford can find no motive and no suspect. Maybe she picked up a stranger who killed her? The line Wexford follows alienates not just his colleagues, including Mike Burden, but his wife, too.
5 "Shake Hands Forever: Part 2" Clive Exton Don Leaver TBA 30 September 1988
6 "Shake Hands Forever: Part 3" Clive Exton Don Leaver TBA 7 October 1988
7 "No Crying He Makes" Paula Milne Mary McMurray TBA 23 December 1988
On Christmas Eve, Wexford and Burden are called to the Kingsmarkham Hospital. A baby has been stolen from its pram and another baby left behind in its place, and it seems that the mother of the stolen child may also be in danger.

Series 3 (1989)[edit]

Episode Title Written by Directed by Viewers
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Original airdate
1 "No More Dying Then: Part 1" Geoffrey Case Jan Sargeant TBA 22 October 1989
Wexford investigates the disappearance of John Lawrence, a five-year-old boy. Seven-and-a-half months after he goes missing, mad, taunting letters begin to arrive, and another child, Stella Rivers, vanishes.
2 "No More Dying Then: Part 2" Geoffrey Case Jan Sargeant TBA 29 October 1989
3 "No More Dying Then: Part 3" Geoffrey Case Jan Sargeant TBA 5 November 1989
4 "A Sleeping Life: Part 1" Roger Marshall Bill Hays TBA 12 November 1989
Wexford investigates when the dead body of a middle aged woman is found in a hedge - but there are no clues to the woman's identity, let alone any clues that might lead to her killer.
5 "A Sleeping Life: Part 2" Roger Marshall Bill Hays TBA 19 November 1989
6 "A Sleeping Life: Part 3" Roger Marshall Bill Hays TBA 26 November 1989
7 "The Veiled One" Trevor Preston Mary McMurray TBA 17 December 1989
Gwen Robson, a middle-aged housewife who proves to have been a blackmailer, is found garotted in the car park of a suburban shopping mall. Wexford is no sooner on the case than a car bomb goes off and all but kills him, putting him in hospital. This leaves Mike Burden with the task of solving the case, but he goes off on the wrong scent. Wexford's analysis is better, though.

Series 4 (1990)[edit]

Episode Title Written by Directed by Viewers
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Original airdate
1 "Some Lie and Some Die: Part 1" Matthew Jacobs Sandy Johnson TBA 30 September 1990
The Kingsmarkham rock festival is going smoothly until the disfigured body of a local girl, thought to be living in London, is found in a nearby quarry. Wexford investigates the links between a charismatic singer and a young woman gone bad.
2 "Some Lie and Some Die: Part 2" Matthew Jacobs Sandy Johnson TBA 7 October 1990
3 "Some Lie and Some Die: Part 3" Matthew Jacobs Sandy Johnson TBA 14 October 1990
4 "The Best Man to Die: Part 1" John Brown Herbert Wise TBA 21 October 1990
Wexford joins forces with a bridegroom when his best man is killed at the stag party. And Charlie Hatton's death is only the first in a string of murders which seem to be about cheating husbands, loose women and gangsters.
5 "The Best Man to Die: Part 2" John Brown Herbert Wise TBA 28 October 1990
6 "The Best Man to Die: Part 3" John Brown Herbert Wise TBA 4 November 1990
7 "An Unkindness of Ravens: Part 1" Robert Smith John Gorrie TBA 11 November 1990
Rodney Williams disappears and then his body found in the woods. Wexford investigates and finds more than one mystery.
8 "An Unkindness of Ravens: Part 2" Robert Smith John Gorrie TBA 18 November 1990
9 "Put on by Cunning" Trevor Preston Sandy Johnson TBA 24 December 1990
When a world-famous flautist is murdered, Wexford wonders if his recently returned daughter had anything to do with it. He becomes obsessed with proving that she is an imposter, even getting permission to travel as far afield as the USA and France to do so.

Series 5 (1991)[edit]

Episode Title Written by Directed by Viewers
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Original airdate
1 "A New Lease of Death: Part 1" Peter Berry Herbert Wise TBA 29 September 1991
Wexford's first ever successful murder case comes back to haunt him when a vicar starts to rake up the past. Was the man hanged on Wexford's evidence actually innocent?
2 "A New Lease of Death: Part 2" Peter Berry Herbert Wise TBA 6 October 1991
3 "A New Lease of Death: Part 3" Peter Berry Herbert Wise TBA 13 October 1991
4 "Murder Being Once Done: Part 1" Matthew Jacobs John Gorrie TBA 20 October 1991
Wexford collapses from overwork so is put on a month's leave. Instead of resting though, he decides to go and visit Mike, who is seconded to London. Although he should be resting, Wexford's dreams have drawn him towards Mike's case of a young murdered girl left lying in a vault, and a strong connection to the baby adoption business.
5 "Murder Being Once Done: Part 2" Matthew Jacobs John Gorrie TBA 27 October 1991
6 "Murder Being Once Done: Part 3" Matthew Jacobs John Gorrie TBA 3 November 1991
7 "From Doon with Death: Part 1" George Baker Mary McMurray TBA 10 November 1991
Margaret Parsons, a fairly ordinary housewife who, with her water board official husband Ron, has recently moved to Kingsmarkham, is found murdered in a field. Mrs. Parsons led an extremely uneventful life, being a lay preacher, but Inspector Wexford is intrigued when he is looking through her belongings and fine a number of expensive antique books all inscribed 'From Doon to Minna'. Who is Doon?
8 "From Doon with Death: Part 2" George Baker Mary McMurray TBA 17 November 1991
Although Mr. Parsons is under the impression that he and his wife knew nobody in Kingsmarkham, it turns out that Margaret had two school acquaintances in the town, Helen Missal and Fabia Quadrant, who are now both married to very wealthy men. Wexford assumes that one of these men is Doon, and was having an affair with the victim, but appearances can be deceptive...
9 "Means of Evil: Part 1" Peter Berry Sarah Hellings TBA 24 November 1991
Inspector Wexford is confronted with a murder in a vegetarian family and wonders how many kinds of mushrooms there are.
10 "Means of Evil: Part 2" Peter Berry Sarah Hellings TBA 1 December 1991
11 "Achilles' Heel" Guy Hibbert Sandy Johnson TBA 26 December 1991
When Wexford and Burden go on a holiday to France together with their wives, they meet an alluring English couple. Reg becomes transfixed by the wife, and is shocked when he gets back home to hear she has been kidnapped.

Series 6 (1992)[edit]

This was the last series to solely feature Inspector Wexford. Subsequent series shifted focus onto other characters previously featured in short stories by Rendell.

Episode Title Written by Directed by Viewers
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Original airdate
1 "The Speaker of Mandarin: Part 1" Trevor Preston Herbert Wise TBA 27 September 1992
Having attended a police conference in China, Wexford joins a group of British tourists in Hong Kong including former barrister Adam Knighton and his wife Adela, not the most loving of couples, on return to Kingsmarkham he learns that Mrs. Knighton, who lived nearby, was murdered in an apparent robbery. Burden suspects that an ex-con with a grudge against Mr. Knighton may be responsible but draws blanks. Wexford is convinced that the death is linked to something that happened in China and interrogates the holidaying party.
2 "The Speaker of Mandarin: Part 2" Trevor Preston Herbert Wise TBA 4 October 1992
3 "The Speaker of Mandarin: Part 3" Trevor Preston Herbert Wise TBA 11 October 1992
4 "The Mouse in the Corner: Part 1" George Baker Rob Walker TBA 18 October 1992
Tom Peterlee, a member of a large family who live in three adjoining cottages, is murdered. Eva, his mother is quite cavalier in reaction to his death in Wexford's opinion and other family members are no more helpful. Heather, his widow, seems dumb with grief and his brother and meek sister-in-law are similarly evasive. Family friend Carol is more forthcoming, providing Heather with an alibi, but Wexford is sure one of the Peterlees is a killer. Burden has problems of his own when his daughter starts dating a married man and a series of ram-raids in Kingsmarkham add to Wexford's problems.
5 "The Mouse in the Corner: Part 2" George Baker Rob Walker TBA 25 October 1992
6 "An Unwanted Woman: Part 1" Rosemary Anne Sisson Jenny Wilkes TBA 1 November 1992
When a 92-year old lady dies, Wexford becomes suspicious that there was more to it than old age, and begins an investigation into the slightly sinister elderly retired community surrounding her.
7 "An Unwanted Woman: Part 2" Rosemary Anne Sisson Jenny Wilkes TBA 8 November 1992
8 "Kissing the Gunner's Daughter: Part 1" Matthew Jacobs Mary McMurray TBA 15 November 1992
When an off-duty DS Martin tries to be a hero during a bank robbery, not only does he get shot dead, but it also triggers a chain of events involving murders and deceit.
9 "Kissing the Gunner's Daughter: Part 2" Matthew Jacobs Mary McMurray TBA 22 November 1992
10 "Kissing the Gunner's Daughter: Part 3" Matthew Jacobs Mary McMurray TBA 29 November 1992
11 "Kissing the Gunner's Daughter: Part 4" Matthew Jacobs Mary McMurray TBA 6 December 1992

Series 7 (1992-1994)[edit]

This series was the first series not to feature Inspector Wexford, with focus being shifted to other leading characters from Rendell's repertoire of short stories.

Episode Title Written by Directed by Viewers
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Original airdate
1 "Talking to Strange Men" Julian Bond John Gorrie TBA 27 December 1992
A man's obsession with his estranged wife hits boiling point when the investigation into his sister's murder is re-opened.
2 "Master of the Moor: Part 1" Trevor Preston Marc Evans TBA 2 September 1994
An ecology writer finds himself under suspicion of murder after an artist he meets on the moors is found murdered.
3 "Master of the Moor: Part 2" Trevor Preston Marc Evans TBA 9 September 1994
When a second body is found, the police's suspicion of Steven continues to grow, despite his psychological issues.
4 "Master of the Moor: Part 3" Trevor Preston Marc Evans TBA 16 September 1994
A third woman is found dead, but Stephen thinks he can finally identify the suspect he saw on the moor that day.

Series 8 (1995)[edit]

Episode Title Written by Directed by Viewers
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Original airdate
1 "Vanity Dies Hard: Part 1" Julian Bond Alan Grint TBA 24 March 1995
A wealthy orphan who is about to move house disappears without a trace the night before she is due to leave.
2 "Vanity Dies Hard: Part 2" Julian Bond Alan Grint TBA 31 March 1995
Further revelations about Nesta's private life begin to emerge, leading Alice to believe she has been murdered.
3 "Vanity Dies Hard: Part 3" Julian Bond Alan Grint TBA 7 April 1995
Nesta's affair comes to light, while Alice begins to suspect that the letters she received have been faked.
4 "The Strawberry Tree: Part 1" George Baker Herbert Wise TBA 21 April 1995
A young housewife begins to wonder at whatever happened to her brother and cousin, who disappeared in Majorca several years ago.
5 "The Strawberry Tree: Part 2" George Baker Herbert Wise TBA 28 April 1995
When Piers and Rosario turn up out of the blue, Petra begins to question them over their whereabouts.

Series 9 (1996)[edit]

Episode Title Written by Directed by Viewers
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Original airdate
1 "Heartstones" Guy Meredith Piers Haggard TBA 1 January 1996
A sixteen-year-old girl is angered when her father brings home a new woman shortly after her mother's death, and swears revenge.
2 "Simisola: Part 1" Alan Plater Jim Goddard TBA 26 January 1996
Wexford investigates a complex case involving the disappearance of a Nigerian doctor's daughter, which is only made more complicated when the last person to see her alive is found murdered.
3 "Simisola: Part 2" Alan Plater Jim Goddard TBA 2 February 1996
Wexford arrests his burglary suspect, but a routine search of his house uncovers a body, which he suspects may be that of Dr. Akande's missing daughter.
4 "Simisola: Part 3" Alan Plater Jim Goddard TBA 9 February 1996
With his best witness still comatose, Wexford deduces the unidentified dead girl was an abused servant, so he seeks the truth in the homes of the well-to-do.
5 "The Secret House of Death: Part 1" John Harvey Jim Goddard TBA 8 March 1996
A lonely divorcée becomes involved with a neighbour whose wife and her lover carried out a suicide pact.
6 "The Secret House of Death: Part 2" John Harvey Jim Goddard TBA 15 March 1996
Unaware that Bob and Magdalene are the adulterers who murdered their spouses and faked the suicide pact, Susan offers her neighbour comfort, which he pretends to accept in order to find out how much she knows.
7 "A Case of Coincidence: Part 1" Geoffrey Case Gavin Millar TBA 22 March 1996
After four attractive women are found strangled in and around the local river, the free-spirited wife of a London doctor is killed while on an extramarital assignation.
8 "A Case of Coincidence: Part 2" Geoffrey Case Gavin Millar TBA 29 March 1996
The investigation leads to Eddie Brannel, a mentally challenged childhood friend of Sara's, and although he admits to the other killings, he denies killing her.

Series 10 (1997)[edit]

Episode Title Written by Directed by Viewers
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Original airdate
1 "The Double" Piers Haggard Mary McMurray TBA 3 January 1997
Two identical women, one virginal and good and the other sexy and seductive, vie for the affections of a young stockbroker.
2 "A Dark Blue Perfume" Peter Ransley Sandy Johnson TBA 10 January 1997
A middle-aged man is still haunted by a love affair from his youth which almost ended in murder.
3 "Bribery and Corruption: Part 1" Guy Meredith Mike Vardy TBA 17 January 1997
A recent college graduate believes he loves the wife of his father's former friend, but young Nicholas does not know that she's having an affair with his father.
4 "Bribery and Corruption: Part 2" Guy Meredith Mike Vardy TBA 24 January 1997
Nick's father remains in a coma after a suicide attempt as the police make him a prime suspect in his lover's murder, but young Nick and Annabel conduct their own investigation.
5 "Thornapple" Roy MacGregor Mary McMurray TBA 31 January 1997
A twelve year old boy is dazzled when is older cousin comes to stay, but is suspicious when her aunt unexpectedly dies and leaves her a large sum of money in her will.
6 "May and June: Part 1" Ken Blakeson James Cellan Jones TBA 7 February 1997
After a lifetime of sibling rivalry, mousy May accepts an invitation from her recently-widowed younger sister June, to live with her in her elegant home.
7 "May and June: Part 2" Ken Blakeson James Cellan Jones TBA 14 February 1997
After accepting her sister's offer of reconciliation, May emerges from her mousy shell and seduces her sister's lover.
8 "Front Seat" Alex Ferguson Sandy Johnson TBA 21 February 1997
When Cecily Branksome retires back to her old home town over her husband's objections, she becomes involved with her boorish old boyfriend and a 30 year old murder.

Series 11 (1998)[edit]

Episode Title Written by Directed by Viewers
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Original airdate
1 "Going Wrong: Part 1" Julian Bond Matthew Evans TBA 2 June 1998
A successful businessman runs into his old girlfriend. Although she treats him politely, his rekindled feelings to her border on nothing less than obsession.
2 "Going Wrong: Part 2" Julian Bond Matthew Evans TBA 9 June 1998
Guy's obsession with his old girlfriend Leonora grows and he becomes convinced that someone close to her is poisoning her against him.
3 "Going Wrong: Part 3" Julian Bond Matthew Evans TBA 11 June 1998
Invited to Leonora and William's for dinner, Guy goes mad when he learns that they will be moving to Manchester and attacks William.
4 "Road Rage: Part 1" George Baker Bruce McDonald 10.51m 8 November 1998
Wexford investigates when a young German girl mysteriously disappears from outside a pub, and a group of environmentalist stage a sit in to prevent a bypass from being built through a forest.
5 "Road Rage: Part 2" George Baker Bruce McDonald 9.06m 9 November 1998
Wexford's wife Dora is released by the terrorists, but young Roxanne is found dead, and young Ryan has apparently defected to the terrorists.
6 "You Can't Be Too Careful" Ted Whitehead Matthew Evans 5.81m 24 December 1998
Prim businesswoman Della Galway has a compulsive penchant for double-locking doors - but her new roommate is careless about security.
7 "The Orchard Walls" Jacqueline Holborough Gwennan Sage 6.30m 31 December 1998
A bright young teenage girl is 'farmed out' to relatives in the rural West Country during the Battle of Britain, and makes many astute observations about life there.

Series 12 (1999-2000)[edit]

Episode Title Written by Directed by Viewers
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Original airdate
1 "The Lake of Darkness" Peter J. Hammond Bruce MacDonald 7.33m 3 May 1999
Quiet accountant Martin wins the lottery, but things take a turn for the worse when he meets Francesca, who is not what she seems.
2 "The Fallen Curtain" Douglas Livingstone Matthew Evans 6.66m 6 August 1999
Richard Brazier has a mental block about his abduction as an eight year old and is haunted by what may or may not have happened.
3 "Harm Done" Christopher Russell Bruce MacDonald 9.78m 11 October 2000
Wexford copes with two abductions of teen-aged girls, the disappearance of a three year old from her bedroom, and the return of a paroled paedophile to the town.

Media releases[edit]

The first six series were released on VHS on January 21, 2000 via IMC Vision. This was shortly before the rights to Television South were purchased by ABC Family Worldwide, which has subsequently lead to all other TVS programmes being unavailable for commercial release on VHS on DVD. Subsequently, the remaining six series were released on DVD on April 9, 2007, as The Best Of Ruth Rendell Mysteries, via Network. As these series were not produced by TVS, the licensing rights became available for a DVD release. However, four episodes were omitted ("Heartstones", "The Strawberry Tree", "Thornapple" and "Talking to Strange Men"), none of which have ever been commercially released. Again, the remaining six series were released on DVD in the United States on June 24, 2008. Series seven-twelve have since been repeated on ITV3 and ITV Encore, however, once again the four episodes omitted from the DVD were not broadcast, suggesting that the licensing rights for these episodes are no longer available.

Series Year # of Episodes Format Release Dates Notes
Series 1 1987 4 VHS 21 January 2000[2] Never released on DVD due to issue with Television South licensing rights.
Series 2 1988 7 3 x VHS 21 January 2000[3][4][5] Never released on DVD due to issue with Television South licensing rights.
Series 3 1989 7 3 x VHS 21 January 2000[6][7][8] Never released on DVD due to issue with Television South licensing rights.
Series 4 1990 9 4 x VHS 21 January 2000[9][10][11][12] Never released on DVD due to issue with Television South licensing rights.
Series 5 1991 11 5 x VHS 21 January 2000[13][14][15][16][17] Never released on DVD due to issue with Television South licensing rights.
Series 6 1992 11 4 x VHS 21 January 2000[18][19][20][21] Never released on DVD due to issue with Television South licensing rights.
Series 7 1992-1994 4 DVD 9 April 2007[22] Episode 1, "Talking to Strange Men", is not included in this set and has never been commercially released.
Series 8 1995 5 DVD 9 April 2007[23] Episodes 4-5, "The Strawberry Tree", are not included in this set and has never been commercially released.
Series 9 1996 8 DVD 9 April 2007[24] Episode 1, "Heartstones", is not included in this set and has never been commercially released.
Series 10 1997 8 DVD 9 April 2007[25] Episode 5, "Thornapple", is not included in this set and has never been commercially released.
Series 11 1998 7 DVD 9 April 2007[26] Includes all seven episodes.
Series 12 1999-2000 3 DVD 9 April 2007[27] Includes all three episodes.

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