Series One was the first series of Rosemary & Thyme, consisting of six episodes that originally aired over a six week period from August to October 2003.
Episode list Edit
|1||And No Birds Sing||In their first case working together, Rosemary Boxer and Laura Thyme investigate a deadly plot to wrestle control of a company from its owners.||Clive Exton||Brian Farnham||31 August 2003|
|2||Arabica and the Early Spider||Now working together, Rosemary and Laura are enlisted by an aging rock star to help renovate the grounds of his newly-bought mansion. However when the singer is found dead and the skeleton of a horse is found nearby, the pair discover a past rivalry is rearing its head once more.||Clive Exton||Tom Clegg||5 September 2003|
|3||The Language of Flowers||The two gardeners are asked by the Caldecott family to restore a grand water cascade in the grounds of their mansion-turned-health spa. Stumped by the long-decayed mechanics of the feature, Rosemary and Laura soon realise all is not well: a killer is on the loose and family ties are the motive behind a murder.||Clive Exton; Isabelle Grey||Tom Clegg||12 September 2003|
|4||Sweet Angelica||Trying to uncover the source of disease in the lawn of a special language college, Rosemary and Laura are shocked to find a dead body at the roadside nearby. A ceremonial knife causes a stir at the school and everything appears to be centred around Angelica, one of the school's students.||David Joss Buckley||Brian Farnham||19 September 2003|
|5||A Simple Plot||Rosemary takes Laura to see a Professor friend, who is having trouble with his allotment. Flowers are dying at random and he suspects the nearby building site is to blame. A political dispute becomes evident. After the Professor is killed, Rosemary finds herself in danger.||Chris Fewtrell||Tom Clegg||26 September 2003|
|6||The Tree of Death||Restoring a churchyard for an upcoming fayre, Rosemary and Laura befriend the local vicar, but soon become entangled in a murder enquiry when a man is found impaled by an arrow next to an ancient yew tree where they are working. The suspects are many, and it is up to the two gardeners to save the day.||Peter Spence; Simon Brett||Brian Farnham||3 October 2003|
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