Father Brown is a British television series based on the character created by G.K. Chesterton. Set in the early 1950s in the fictional village of Kembleford, the show follows the crime-solving adventures of the unassuming and insightful Catholic priest, Father Brown. With its charming period setting, clever mysteries, and Mark Williams’s brilliant portrayal of the title character, Father Brown has become a beloved and long-running series for fans of cozy crime dramas.
The theme song of the series is simply known as the Father Brown theme.
Who wrote the theme song for Father Brown?
Debbie Wiseman is a highly accomplished and versatile British composer known for her exceptional contributions to film and television soundtracks. Her best works include the hauntingly beautiful score of “Wilde,” the enchanting melodies of “Wolf Hall” and the stirring compositions of “The Promise.” Wiseman’s talent for crafting captivating and evocative soundscapes has earned her critical acclaim and a loyal following.
See below for the theme and the opening sequence.