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what happened to sid on father brown



Father Brown is a British television period drama which began airing on BBC One on 14 January 2013. It features Mark Williams as the eponymous crime-solving Roman Catholic priest. The series is based on the character of Father Brown and some episodes are loosely inspired by original stories by G. K. Chesterton, primarily using new stories written for the series.

Sid Carter (Alex Price), an occasional black marketeer and informant who becomes Lady Felicia’s chauffeur, and whom Father Brown tries to keep on the straight and narrow. However, his criminal contacts and skill are often needed to solve a case. (Series 1-5)




Alex Price as Sid Carter (series 1-4)

26 6 “The Upcott Fraternity” Paul Gibson Paul Matthew Thompson 12 January 2015
Father Brown is visiting his old Rector (Dudley Sutton) at Upcott Seminary for trainee priests when a student commits suicide, Brown attempts to find the truth behind his death and a student a year earlier, both members of a secret fraternity that has closed ranks. Father Brown enlists Sid to go undercover as a trainee priest despite Mrs McCarthy’s misgivings.




37 2 “The Brewer’s Daughter” Paul Gibson Kit Lambert 5 January 2016
Sid falls for Grace Fitzgerald, the married heiress to a brewery, and is her alibi when Mallory arrests her for murdering her father in a fire. Fitzgerald, refusing to use Sid as an alibi, asks Father Brown to search for the real killer and he uncovers evidence that Fitzgerald’s husband and her younger sister killed the father. The suicide and a note left by another lover of Fitzgerald complicates the issue as he had been sacked by her husband when he caught them kissing.




46 1 “The Star of Jacob” Paul Gibson Jude Tindall 23 December 2016
The Duke of Frome John Langton with his wife, their baby born after complications during childbirth, a domineering nanny, nursery maid and valet arrive at Montague Hall for Lady Felicia’s Yuletide ball. During the evening the baby is taken from his cot. Inspector Mallory suspects an inside job by the valet when his secret wife arrives while Brown is more interested in the birth of the baby at a home for unmarried mothers. Mrs McCarthy under pressure from the diocese to provide a Christmas service fit for a Duke receives unexpected help from a vagrant she finds in the confessional.