Doctor! You are impossible! Who are you?Agatha ChristieIn 1926, the Doctor and Donna, via the TARDIS, arrive at the estate of Lady Edison and her husband, Colonel Hugh, who are hosting a dinner party. Besides the Doctor/Donna using the psychic paper to get themselves invited, the guests attending are well known in the social scene, including one, Agatha Christie. After spying a current newspaper, the Doctor recalls that today's date was the day in which Agatha disappears for a few days after discovering her husband's affair. Suddenly, the party goers attention turns to Miss Chandrakala, who runs from the house screaming as she had just discovered the lifeless body of Professor Peach in the library. The party guests are sequestered to a room for future questioning by the Doctor and Agatha while Donna searches for clues (with her plucky magnifying glass). After sharing it's history, the butler opens a locked room for Donna, who is attacked by a giant wasp that breaks...
He Knew He Was RightMarch is Women's History Month, folks, and Masterpiece Theatre has given us a present: Besides having that delightfully declarative sentence for a title, He Knew He Was Right is also a big, fat, Victorian middle finger to tyrannical husbands everywhere. (Yes, dearies, we know you're still out there.) Louis Trevelyan is madly in love with his free-spirited, fresh-from-the-Tropics wife, Emily, who pours into his dusty Mayfair manse like a shot of Mandarin Stoli at teatime. Within months, however, he has driven himself to madness with jealous suspicions that Emily's having an affair with her elderly godfather, a swaggering ex-Lothario played to prurient perfection by Bill Nighy. (How fitting that Part 1 opens with a shot o