Masterpiece Episodes

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Masterpiece episodes

Oct 26, 2014: The Paradise, Season 2: Episode Five
Oct 19, 2014: Inspector Lewis: Beyond Good and Evil
Oct 19, 2014: The Paradise, Season 2: Episode Four
Oct 12, 2014: Inspector Lewis: The Lions of Nemea
Oct 12, 2014: The Paradise, Season 2: Episode Three
Oct 05, 2014: Inspector Lewis: Entry Wounds
Oct 05, 2014: The Paradise, Season 2: Episode Two
Sep 28, 2014: Miss Marple: Endless Night
Sep 28, 2014: The Paradise, Season 2: Episode One
Sep 21, 2014: Miss Marple: Greenshaw's Folly
Sep 21, 2014: Miss Marple: A Caribbean Mystery
Sep 07, 2014: Breathless
Aug 31, 2014: Breathless
Aug 24, 2014: Breathless
Aug 03, 2014: Poirot: Dead Man's Folly
Jul 27, 2014: Poirot: The Big Four
Jul 20, 2014: Endeavour, Season 2: Neverland
Jul 13, 2014: Endeavour, Season 2: Sway
Jul 06, 2014: Endeavour, Season 2: Nocturne
Jun 29, 2014: Endeavour, Season 2: Trove
Jun 22, 2014: The Escape Artist
Jun 15, 2014: The Escape Artist
May 18, 2014: Mr. Selfridge: Season 2, Part Eight
May 11, 2014: Mr. Selfridge: Season 2, Part Seven
May 04, 2014: Mr. Selfridge: Season 2, Part Six
Apr 27, 2014: Mr. Selfridge: Season 2, Part Five
Apr 20, 2014: Mr. Selfridge: Season 2, Part Four
Apr 13, 2014: Mr. Selfridge: Season 2, Part Three
Apr 06, 2014: Mr. Selfridge: Season 2, Part Two
Mar 30, 2014: Mr. Selfridge: Season 2, Part One
Feb 23, 2014: Downton Abbey, Season 4: Part 8
Feb 16, 2014: Downton Abbey, Season 4: Part 7
Feb 09, 2014: Downton Abbey, Season 4: Part 6
Feb 02, 2014: Sherlock, Season 3: His Last Vow
Feb 02, 2014: Downton Abbey, Season 4: Part 5
Jan 26, 2014: Sherlock, Season 3: The Sign of Three
Jan 26, 2014: Downton Abbey: Season 4, Part 4
Jan 19, 2014: Sherlock, Season 3: The Empty Hearse
Jan 19, 2014: Downton Abbey: Season 4, Part 3
Jan 12, 2014: Downton Abbey: Season 4, Part 2
Jan 05, 2014: Downton Abbey: Season 4, Part 1
Nov 17, 2013: The Paradise: Part Seven
Nov 10, 2013: The Paradise: Part Six
Nov 03, 2013: The Paradise: Part Five
Oct 27, 2013: The Paradise: Part Four
Oct 20, 2013: The Paradise: Part Three
Oct 13, 2013: The Paradise: Part Two
Oct 06, 2013: The Paradise: Part One
Sep 29, 2013: Foyle's War: Sunflower
Sep 22, 2013: Foyle's War: The Cage
Sep 15, 2013: Foyle's War: The Eternity Ring
Sep 08, 2013: Silk: Episode 3
Sep 01, 2013: Silk: Episode 2
Aug 25, 2013: Silk: Episode 1
Aug 18, 2013: The Lady Vanishes: Masterpiece Mystery!
Jul 28, 2013: Endeavour: Home
Jul 21, 2013: Endeavour: Rocket
Jul 14, 2013: Endeavour: Fugue
Jul 07, 2013: Endeavour: Girl
Jun 30, 2013: Inspector Lewis: Intelligent Design
Jun 23, 2013: Inspector Lewis: The Ramblin' Boy
Jun 16, 2013: Inspector Lewis: Down Among the Fearful
May 19, 2013: Mr. Selfridge
May 12, 2013: Mr. Selfridge
May 05, 2013: Mr. Selfridge
Apr 28, 2013: Mr. Selfridge
Apr 21, 2013: Mr. Selfridge
Apr 14, 2013: Mr. Selfridge
Apr 07, 2013: Mr. Selfridge
Mar 31, 2013: Mr. Selfridge
Feb 17, 2013: Downton Abbey, Season 3: Episode Seven
Feb 10, 2013: Downton Abbey, Season 3: Episode Six
Feb 03, 2013: Downton Abbey, Season 3: Episode Five
Jan 27, 2013: Downton Abbey, Season 3: Episode Four
Jan 20, 2013: Downton Abbey, Season 3: Episode Three
Jan 13, 2013: Downton Abbey, Season 3: Episode Two
Jan 06, 2013: Downton Abbey, Season 3: Episode One
Nov 11, 2012: Upstairs Downstairs: Somewhere Over the Rainbow
Nov 04, 2012: Upstairs, Downstairs: The Last Waltz
Oct 28, 2012: Upstairs Downstairs: All the Things You Are
Oct 21, 2012: Upstairs Downstairs: A Perfect Specimen of Womanhood
Oct 14, 2012: Upstairs Downstairs: The Love That Pays the Price
Oct 07, 2012: Upstairs Downstairs: A Faraway Country About Which We Know Nothing
Sep 23, 2012: Wallander: Before the Frost
Sep 16, 2012: Wallander: The Dogs of Riga
Sep 09, 2012: Wallander: An Event in Autumn
Jul 29, 2012: Inspector Lewis: The Indelible Stain
Jul 22, 2012: Inspector Lewis: Fearful Symmetry
Jul 15, 2012: Inspector Lewis: Generation of Vipers
Jul 08, 2012: Inspector Lewis: The Soul of Genius
Jul 01, 2012: Endeavour
May 20, 2012: Sherlock: The Reichenbach Fall
May 13, 2012: Sherlock: The Hounds of Baskerville
May 06, 2012: Sherlock: A Scandal in Belgravia
Apr 29, 2012: Birdsong
Apr 22, 2012: Birdsong
Apr 15, 2012: The Mystery of Edwin Drood
Apr 08, 2012: Great Expectations
Apr 01, 2012: Great Expectations
Feb 19, 2012: Downton Abbey, Season II (Episode 7)
Feb 12, 2012: Downton Abbey, Series II (Episode 6)
Feb 05, 2012: Downton Abbey, Season II (Episode 5)
Jan 29, 2012: Downton Abbey, Season II (Episode 4)
Jan 22, 2012: Downton Abbey, Series II (Episode 3)
Jan 15, 2012: Downton Abbey, Series II (Episode 2)
Jan 08, 2012: Downton Abbey, Series II (Episode 1)
Nov 13, 2011: The Song of Lunch
Nov 06, 2011: Page Eight
Oct 30, 2011: Case Histories
Oct 23, 2011: Case Histories
Oct 16, 2011: Case Histories
Oct 09, 2011: Inspector Lewis: The Gift of Promise
Sep 25, 2011: Inspector Lewis: The Mind Has Mountains
Sep 18, 2011: Inspector Lewis: Wild Justice
Sep 04, 2011: Inspector Lewis: Old, Unhappy, Far Off Things
Jul 31, 2011: Zen: Ratking
Jul 24, 2011: Zen: Cabal
Jul 17, 2011: Zen: Vendetta
Jul 10, 2011: Miss Marple: The Pale Horse
Jul 03, 2011: Poirot: Hallowe'en Party
Jun 26, 2011: Poirot: The Clocks
Jun 19, 2011: Poirot: Three Act Tragedy
May 15, 2011: South Riding
May 08, 2011: South Riding
May 01, 2011: South Riding
Apr 24, 2011: Upstairs Downstairs
Apr 17, 2011: Upstairs Downstairs
Apr 10, 2011: Upstairs Downstairs
Feb 27, 2011: Any Human Heart (Episode 3)
Feb 20, 2011: Any Human Heart (Episode 2)
Feb 13, 2011: Any Human Heart (Episode 1)
Jan 30, 2011: Downton Abbey, Episode 4
Jan 23, 2011: Downton Abbey, Episode 3
Jan 16, 2011: Downton Abbey, Episode 2
Jan 09, 2011: Downton Abbey, Episode 1
Dec 26, 2010: Framed
Nov 21, 2010: Lennon Naked
Nov 07, 2010: Sherlock: The Great Game
Oct 31, 2010: Sherlock: The Blind Banker
Oct 24, 2010: Sherlock: A Study in Pink
Oct 17, 2010: Wallander: The Fifth Woman
Oct 10, 2010: Wallander: The Man Who Smiled
Oct 03, 2010: Wallander: Faceless Killers
Sep 26, 2010: Inspector Lewis: Falling Darkness
Sep 19, 2010: Inspector Lewis: Your Sudden Death Question
Sep 12, 2010: Inspector Lewis: Dark Matter
Sep 05, 2010: Inspector Lewis: The Dead of Winter
Aug 29, 2010: Inspector Lewis: Counter Culture Blues
Jul 25, 2010: Poirot: Appointment With Death
Jul 18, 2010: Poirot: The Third Girl
Jul 11, 2010: Poirot: Murder on the Orient Express
Jun 27, 2010: Agatha Christie's Miss Marple: The Blue Geranium
Jun 20, 2010: Agatha Christie's Miss Marple: The Secret of Chimneys
May 23, 2010: Agatha Christie's Miss Marple: The Mirror Crack'd From Side to Side
May 16, 2010: Foyle's War: The Hide
May 09, 2010: Foyle's War: Killing Time
May 02, 2010: Foyle's War: The Russian House
Apr 25, 2010: Small Island
Apr 18, 2010: Small Island
Apr 11, 2010: The Diary of Anne Frank
Apr 04, 2010: Sharpe's Peril
Mar 28, 2010: Sharpe's Challenge
Feb 28, 2010: The 39 Steps
Feb 07, 2010: Emma
Jan 31, 2010: Emma
Jan 24, 2010: Emma
Jan 17, 2010: Return to Cranford
Jan 10, 2010: Return to Cranford
Nov 22, 2009: Collision
Nov 15, 2009: Collision
Nov 08, 2009: Place of Execution
Nov 01, 2009: Place of Execution
Oct 25, 2009: Endgame
Oct 18, 2009: Inspector Lewis: The Point of Vanishing
Oct 11, 2009: Inspector Lewis: Quality of Mercy
Oct 04, 2009: Inspector Lewis: Allegory of Love
Sep 20, 2009: Inspector Lewis: The Great and the Good
Sep 13, 2009: Inspector Lewis: Life Born of Fire
Sep 06, 2009: Inspector Lewis: Music to Die For
Aug 30, 2009: Inspector Lewis: And the Moonbeams Kiss the Sea
Jul 26, 2009: Miss Marple: Why Didn't They Ask Evans?
Jul 19, 2009: Miss Marple: They Do It With Mirrors
Jul 12, 2009: Miss Marple: Murder Is Easy
Jul 05, 2009: Miss Marple: A Pocket Full of Rye
Jun 28, 2009: Poirot: Mrs. McGinty's Dead
Jun 21, 2009: Poirot: Cat Among the Pigeons
May 31, 2009: Wallander: One Step Behind
May 17, 2009: Wallander: Firewall
May 10, 2009: Wallander: Sidetracked
May 03, 2009: The Old Curiosity Shop
Apr 26, 2009: Little Dorrit
Apr 19, 2009: Little Dorrit
Apr 12, 2009: Little Dorrit
Apr 05, 2009: Little Dorrit
Mar 29, 2009: Little Dorrit
Feb 22, 2009: Oliver Twist
Feb 15, 2009: Oliver Twist
Jan 25, 2009: Wuthering Heights
Jan 18, 2009: Wuthering Heights
Jan 11, 2009: Tess of the D'Urbervilles
Jan 04, 2009: Tess of the D'Urbervilles
Nov 23, 2008: The Unseen Alistair Cooke
Nov 16, 2008: Filth
Nov 09, 2008: God on Trial
Nov 02, 2008: The Last Enemy
Oct 26, 2008: The Last Enemy
Oct 19, 2008: The Last Enemy
Oct 12, 2008: The Last Enemy
Oct 05, 2008: The Last Enemy
Sep 28, 2008: The Shadow in the North
Aug 17, 2008: The Inspector Lynley Mysteries: Know Thine Enemy
Aug 10, 2008: The Inspector Lynley Mysteries: Limbo
Jul 27, 2008: Foyle's War: All Clear
Jul 20, 2008: Foyle's War: Broken Souls
Jul 13, 2008: Foyle's War: Plan of Attack
Jul 06, 2008: Inspector Lewis: Expiation
Jun 29, 2008: Inspector Lewis: Old School Ties
Jun 22, 2008: Inspector Lewis: Whom the Gods Would Destroy
May 18, 2008: Cranford
May 11, 2008: Cranford
May 04, 2008: Cranford
Apr 20, 2008: My Boy Jack
Apr 13, 2008: A Room With a View
Apr 06, 2008: Sense and Sensibility
Mar 30, 2008: Sense and Sensibility
Feb 03, 2008: Miss Austen Regrets
Jan 27, 2008: Mansfield Park
Jan 20, 2008: Northanger Abbey
Jan 13, 2008: Persuasion
Nov 18, 2007: The Amazing Mrs. Pritchard
Nov 11, 2007: The Amazing Mrs. Pritchard
Nov 04, 2007: The Amazing Mrs. Pritchard
Oct 28, 2007: The Amazing Mrs. Pritchard
Oct 21, 2007: The Amazing Mrs. Pritchard
Oct 14, 2007: The Inspector Lynley Mysteries: In the Blink of an Eye
Oct 07, 2007: The Inspector Lynley Mysteries: Chinese Walls
Sep 16, 2007: The Inspector Lynley Mysteries: One Guilty Deed
Sep 09, 2007: The Inspector Lynley Mysteries: Natural Causes
May 20, 2007: The Secret Life of Mrs. Beeton
Apr 08, 2007: The Wind in the Willows
Feb 11, 2007: Dracula
Feb 04, 2007: The Ruby in the Smoke
Jan 28, 2007: Jane Eyre
Jan 28, 2007: Best of Masterpiece Theatre
Jan 21, 2007: Jane Eyre
Nov 19, 2006: Prime Suspect: The Final Act
Nov 12, 2006: Prime Suspect: The Final Act
Nov 05, 2006: To the Ends of the Earth: Fire Down Below
Oct 29, 2006: To the Ends of the Earth: Close Quarters
Oct 22, 2006: To the Ends of the Earth: Rites of Passage
Oct 15, 2006: Casanova
Oct 08, 2006: Casanova
Apr 23, 2006: Under the Greenwood Tree
Apr 16, 2006: Carrie's War
Apr 09, 2006: My Family and Other Animals
Feb 26, 2006: Bleak House
Feb 19, 2006: Bleak House
Feb 12, 2006: Bleak House
Feb 05, 2006: Bleak House
Jan 29, 2006: Bleak House
Jan 22, 2006: Bleak House
Nov 20, 2005: The Virgin Queen
Nov 13, 2005: The Virgin Queen
Nov 06, 2005: Kidnapped
Oct 30, 2005: Kidnapped
Oct 23, 2005: Sherlock Holmes: The Case of the Silk Stocking
Feb 20, 2005: Island at War: Episode 5
Feb 13, 2005: Island at War: Episode 4
Feb 06, 2005: Island at War: Episode 3
Jan 30, 2005: Island at War: Episode 2
Jan 23, 2005: Island at War: Episode 1
Jan 16, 2005: He Knew He Was Right
Jan 09, 2005: He Knew He Was Right
Nov 28, 2004: Pollyanna
Nov 14, 2004: Henry VIII
Nov 07, 2004: Henry VIII
Oct 31, 2004: Talking Heads: The Hand of God
Oct 24, 2004: The Lost Prince
Oct 17, 2004: The Lost Prince
May 23, 2004: Prime Suspect 2: Episode Two
May 19, 2004: Prime Suspect 2: Episode One
May 09, 2004: Prime Suspect
May 02, 2004: Prime Suspect
Apr 25, 2004: Prime Suspect 6: The Last Witness, Episode 2
Apr 18, 2004: Prime Suspect 6: The Last Witness, Episode 1
Feb 22, 2004: The Forsyte Saga II: Episode 3
Feb 15, 2004: The Forsyte Saga II: Episode 2
Feb 08, 2004: The Forsyte Saga II: Episode 1
Feb 01, 2004: The Forsyte Saga
Nov 09, 2003: Doctor Zhivago
Nov 02, 2003: Doctor Zhivago
Oct 19, 2003: Goodbye Mr. Chips
Oct 12, 2003: Warrior Queen
May 18, 2003: The Trouble with Millat and the Return of Magid
May 11, 2003: The Peculiar Second Marriage of Archie Jones and the Temptation of Samad Iqbal
Apr 27, 2003: The Jury
Apr 20, 2003: The Jury
Apr 13, 2003: The Jury
Apr 06, 2003: The Jury
Mar 31, 2003: Daniel Deronda
Mar 30, 2003: Daniel Deronda
Feb 23, 2003: Foyle's War: Eagle Day
Feb 16, 2003: Foyle's War: A Lesson in Murder
Feb 09, 2003: Foyle's War: The White Feather
Feb 02, 2003: Foyle's War: The German Woman
Jan 26, 2003: Me and Mrs. Jones
Jan 19, 2003: The Hound of the Baskervilles
Jan 12, 2003: My Uncle Silas II
Nov 10, 2002: The Forsyte Saga
Nov 03, 2002: The Forsyte Saga
Oct 27, 2002: The Forsyte Saga
Oct 20, 2002: The Forsyte Saga
Oct 13, 2002: The Forsyte Saga
Oct 06, 2002: The Forsyte Saga
May 13, 2002: The Road from Coorain
May 06, 2002: Innocents
Apr 22, 2002: The Way We Live Now
Apr 15, 2002: The Way We Live Now
Apr 08, 2002: The Way We Live Now
Apr 01, 2002: The Way We Live Now
Feb 25, 2002: Lucky Jim
Feb 18, 2002: Love in a Cold Climate
Feb 11, 2002: Love in a Cold Climate
Feb 04, 2002: Bertie and Elizabeth
Jan 28, 2002: Othello
Jan 21, 2002: The Murder of Stephen Lawrence
Nov 26, 2001: My Uncle Silas
Nov 19, 2001: The Cazalets
Nov 12, 2001: The Cazalets
Nov 05, 2001: The Cazalets
Oct 29, 2001: The Cazalets
Oct 22, 2001: The Cazalets
Oct 08, 2001: Merchant of Venice
Jul 01, 2001: Talking Heads 2: Miss Fozzard Finds Her Feet
May 20, 2001: Take a Girl like You
May 13, 2001: Take a Girl like You
Apr 22, 2001: Wives and Daughters
Apr 15, 2001: Wives and Daughters
Apr 08, 2001: Wives and Daughters
Apr 01, 2001: Wives and Daughters
Mar 29, 2001: Traffik
Mar 28, 2001: Traffik
Feb 25, 2001: Anna Karenina
Feb 18, 2001: Anna Karenina
Feb 11, 2001: Bramwell VI
Feb 04, 2001: Bramwell VI
Jan 28, 2001: Bramwell VI
Jan 21, 2001: Bramwell VI
Jan 14, 2001: Bramwell VI
Jan 04, 2001: The American
Dec 31, 2000: A Rather English Marriage
Nov 19, 2000: Stiff Upper Lips
Nov 12, 2000: The Railway Children
Nov 05, 2000: Mrs. Brown
Oct 26, 2000: Cora Unashamed
Oct 22, 2000: Oliver Twist
Oct 15, 2000: Oliver Twist
Oct 08, 2000: Oliver Twist
May 21, 2000: Monsignor Renard
May 14, 2000: Monsignor Renard
May 07, 2000: Monsignor Renard
Apr 30, 2000: Seeing Red
Apr 17, 2000: David Copperfield
Apr 16, 2000: David Copperfield
Feb 27, 2000: The Turn of the Screw
Feb 20, 2000: All the King's Men
Feb 13, 2000: Madame Bovary
Feb 06, 2000: Madame Bovary
Jan 30, 2000: Bramwell 5
Jan 23, 2000: Bramwell 5
Jan 16, 2000: Bramwell 5
Jan 09, 2000: Bramwell 5
Nov 28, 1999: Shooting the Past
Nov 21, 1999: Shooting the Past
Oct 31, 1999: Lost for Words
Oct 24, 1999: Aristocrats
Oct 17, 1999: Aristocrats
Oct 10, 1999: Aristocrats
May 30, 1999: Goodnight Mister Tom
May 16, 1999: Great Expectations
May 09, 1999: Great Expectations
Apr 25, 1999: Frenchman's Creek
Apr 18, 1999: Reckless, the Sequel
Feb 28, 1999: Cider With Rosie
Feb 21, 1999: Bramwell IV
Feb 14, 1999: Bramwell IV
Feb 07, 1999: Bramwell IV
Jan 31, 1999: Bramwell IV
Jan 17, 1999: Bramwell IV
Jan 10, 1999: Bramwell IV
Jan 05, 1999: Charles Dickens' 'Our Mutual Friend'
Jan 04, 1999: Charles Dickens' 'Our Mutual Friend'
Jan 03, 1999: Charles Dickens' 'Our Mutual Friend'
Nov 22, 1998: The Prince of Hearts
Nov 08, 1998: The Unknown Soldier
Nov 01, 1998: The Unknown Soldier
Oct 26, 1998: A Respectable Trade
Oct 25, 1998: A Respectable Trade
Oct 11, 1998: King Lear
May 17, 1998: Far from the Madding Crowd
May 10, 1998: Far from the Madding Crowd
May 03, 1998: Painted Lady
Apr 26, 1998: Painted Lady
Mar 01, 1998: The Woman in White
Feb 23, 1998: The Wingless Bird
Feb 15, 1998: The Wingless Bird
Feb 08, 1998: The Wingless Bird
Feb 01, 1998: Reckless
Jan 25, 1998: Reckless
Jan 18, 1998: Reckless
Jan 18, 1998: Rhodes
Jan 11, 1998: Rhodes
Jan 04, 1998: Rhodes
Nov 30, 1997: Bramwell III
Nov 23, 1997: Bramwell III
Nov 16, 1997: Bramwell III
Nov 09, 1997: Bramwell III
Nov 02, 1997: The Moonstone
Oct 19, 1997: The Tenant of Wildfell Hall
Oct 12, 1997: The Mill on the Floss
Apr 20, 1997: Rebecca
Apr 13, 1997: Rebecca
Feb 16, 1997: Prime Suspect 5: Errors of Judgement
Feb 16, 1997: Emma
Feb 09, 1997: Prime Suspect 5: Errors of Judgement
Feb 02, 1997: Breaking the Code
Jan 26, 1997: A Royal Scandal
Jan 19, 1997: Joseph Conrad's 'Nostromo'
Jan 12, 1997: Joseph Conrad's 'Nostromo'
Jan 05, 1997: Joseph Conrad's 'Nostromo'
Nov 17, 1996: Bramwell II
Nov 10, 1996: Bramwell II
Nov 03, 1996: Bramwell II
Oct 27, 1996: Bramwell II
Oct 20, 1996: Broken Glass
Oct 13, 1996: Moll Flanders
Oct 13, 1996: Moll Flanders
May 26, 1996: Interview Day
May 19, 1996: Signs and Wonders
May 12, 1996: Signs and Wonders
May 05, 1996: Prime Suspect: The Scent of Darkness
Apr 28, 1996: Bramwell
Apr 21, 1996: Bramwell
Apr 14, 1996: Bramwell
Apr 07, 1996: Bramwell
Mar 31, 1996: The Peacock Spring
Mar 24, 1996: The Peacock Spring
Jan 28, 1996: Heavy Weather
Jan 21, 1996: Prime Suspect: Inner Circles
Jan 16, 1996: Pride and Prejudice
Jan 15, 1996: Pride and Prejudice
Jan 14, 1996: Pride and Prejudice
Dec 17, 1995: The Final Cut
Dec 10, 1995: The Final Cut
Dec 03, 1995: The Politician's Wife
Nov 26, 1995: The Politician's Wife
Nov 19, 1995: The Choir
Nov 12, 1995: The Choir
Nov 05, 1995: The Choir
Oct 29, 1995: The Choir
Oct 22, 1995: Prime Suspect: The Lost Child
Oct 22, 1995: The Buccaneers
Oct 15, 1995: The Great Kandinsky
Oct 15, 1995: The Buccaneers
Oct 08, 1995: The Buccaneers
May 28, 1995: Sharpe's Honour
May 21, 1995: Sharpe's Enemy
May 14, 1995: Sharpe's Company
Apr 30, 1995: Charles Dickens' 'Hard Times'
Apr 23, 1995: Charles Dickens' 'Martin Chuzzlewit'
Apr 16, 1995: Charles Dickens' 'Martin Chuzzlewit'
Apr 09, 1995: Charles Dickens' 'Martin Chuzzlewit'
Apr 02, 1995: Charles Dickens' 'Martin Chuzzlewit'
Mar 05, 1995: Charles Dickens' 'Martin Chuzzlewit'
Feb 26, 1995: The Cinder Path
Feb 19, 1995: The Cinder Path
Feb 12, 1995: The Cinder Path
Feb 05, 1995: Jeeves and Wooster IV
Jan 29, 1995: Jeeves and Wooster IV
Jan 22, 1995: Jeeves and Wooster IV
Jan 15, 1995: Jeeves and Wooster IV
Jan 08, 1995: Jeeves and Wooster IV
Dec 18, 1994: Doctor Finlay II: In Arcadia
Dec 11, 1994: Doctor Finlay II: Secrecy
Dec 04, 1994: Doctor Finlay II: Burning Bridges
Nov 27, 1994: Doctor Finlay II: Secret Lives
Nov 20, 1994: Doctor Finlay II: Child's Play
Nov 13, 1994: Doctor Finlay II: A Delicate Balance
Nov 06, 1994: Dandelion Dead
Oct 30, 1994: Dandelion Dead
Oct 23, 1994: The Rector's Wife
Oct 16, 1994: The Rector's Wife
Oct 09, 1994: The Rector's Wife
Oct 02, 1994: The Blue Boy
Apr 17, 1994: Middlemarch
Apr 10, 1994: Middlemarch
Apr 03, 1994: Middlemarch
Mar 27, 1994: Middlemarch
Mar 20, 1994: Middlemarch
Mar 13, 1994: Middlemarch
Mar 06, 1994: Body and Soul
Feb 27, 1994: Body and Soul
Feb 20, 1994: Body and Soul
Feb 13, 1994: Body and Soul
Feb 06, 1994: To Play the King
Jan 30, 1994: To Play the King
Jan 23, 1994: To Play the King
Jan 16, 1994: To Play the King
Dec 05, 1993: Sharpe's Eagle
Nov 28, 1993: Sharpe's Eagle
Nov 21, 1993: Sharpe's Rifles
Nov 14, 1993: Sharpe's Rifles
Oct 31, 1993: Jeeves and Wooster III
Oct 24, 1993: Jeeves and Wooster III
Oct 17, 1993: Jeeves and Wooster III
Oct 10, 1993: Jeeves and Wooster III
Oct 03, 1993: Selected Exits
Jun 13, 1993: Doctor Finlay: The Good Doctor
Jun 06, 1993: Doctor Finlay: The Forbidden Fruit
May 30, 1993: Doctor Finlay: The Bitter Pill
May 23, 1993: Doctor Finlay: A Winning Peace
May 16, 1993: Doctor Finlay: Working Together
May 09, 1993: Doctor Finlay: The Return
May 02, 1993: Calling the Shots
Apr 25, 1993: Calling the Shots
Apr 18, 1993: Calling the Shots
Apr 11, 1993: The Black Velvet Gown
Apr 04, 1993: The Black Velvet Gown
Mar 07, 1993: Hedda Gabler
Feb 28, 1993: The Blackheath Poisonings
Feb 21, 1993: The Blackheath Poisonings
Feb 14, 1993: The Blackheath Poisonings
Jan 10, 1993: Impromptu
Jan 03, 1993: The Countess Alice
Dec 27, 1992: Jeeves and Wooster II
Dec 20, 1992: Jeeves and Wooster II
Dec 13, 1992: Jeeves and Wooster II
Dec 06, 1992: Jeeves and Wooster II
Nov 29, 1992: The Secret Agent
Nov 29, 1992: The Tale of Beatrix Potter
Nov 22, 1992: The Secret Agent
Nov 15, 1992: The Secret Agent
Nov 01, 1992: Two Monologues: In My Defence; A Chip in the Sugar
Oct 25, 1992: Memento Mori
Oct 18, 1992: Memento Mori
Oct 18, 1992: Wuthering Heights
Oct 11, 1992: The Best of Friends
Oct 04, 1992: A Question of Attribution
Jun 21, 1992: Portrait of a Marriage
Jun 14, 1992: Portrait of a Marriage
Jun 07, 1992: Portrait of a Marriage
May 24, 1992: A Perfect Hero
May 17, 1992: A Perfect Hero
May 10, 1992: A Perfect Hero
May 03, 1992: A Perfect Hero
Apr 05, 1992: Clarissa
Mar 29, 1992: Clarissa
Mar 22, 1992: Clarissa
Mar 15, 1992: A Doll's House
Mar 08, 1992: Adam Bede
Mar 01, 1992: Adam Bede
Feb 23, 1992: Titmuss Regained
Feb 16, 1992: Titmuss Regained
Feb 09, 1992: Titmuss Regained
Dec 22, 1991: Parnell & the Englishwoman
Dec 15, 1991: Parnell & the Englishwoman: Libel
Dec 08, 1991: Parnell & the Englishwoman: An Outrage
Dec 01, 1991: Parnell & the Englishwoman: The Meeting
Nov 17, 1991: Sleepers
Nov 10, 1991: Sleepers
Nov 03, 1991: Sleepers
Oct 27, 1991: Sleepers
Oct 20, 1991: A Murder of Quality
Oct 13, 1991: A Murder of Quality
Jun 02, 1991: Summer's Lease: The Urbino Trail
May 26, 1991: Summer's Lease: The Battlefield
May 19, 1991: Summer's Lease: Where the Water Goes
May 12, 1991: Summer's Lease: A Villa to Let
Apr 21, 1991: House of Cards
Apr 14, 1991: House of Cards
Apr 07, 1991: House of Cards
Mar 31, 1991: House of Cards
Mar 24, 1991: Backstage at Masterpiece Theatre
Jan 06, 1991: A Room of One's Own
Dec 30, 1990: Scoop
Dec 09, 1990: Jeeves and Wooster
Dec 02, 1990: Jeeves and Wooster
Nov 25, 1990: Jeeves and Wooster
Nov 18, 1990: Jeeves and Wooster
Nov 11, 1990: Jeeves and Wooster
Nov 04, 1990: The Ginger Tree
Oct 28, 1990: The Ginger Tree
Oct 21, 1990: The Ginger Tree
Oct 14, 1990: The Ginger Tree
Sep 30, 1990: The Heat of the Day
Aug 12, 1990: Piece of Cake
Aug 05, 1990: Piece of Cake
Jul 29, 1990: Piece of Cake
Jul 22, 1990: Piece of Cake
Jul 15, 1990: Piece of Cake
Jul 08, 1990: Piece of Cake
May 20, 1990: Traffik
May 13, 1990: Traffik
May 06, 1990: Traffik
Apr 29, 1990: Traffik
Apr 22, 1990: Traffik
Apr 08, 1990: The Real Charlotte
Apr 01, 1990: The Real Charlotte
Mar 25, 1990: The Real Charlotte
Feb 25, 1990: After the War: In the Sixties
Feb 18, 1990: After the War: The Winds of Change
Feb 11, 1990: After the War: Love and Kisses
Feb 04, 1990: After the War: Partners
Jan 28, 1990: After the War: Rise and Fall
Jan 21, 1990: After the War: French and English
Jan 14, 1990: After the War: Fathers and Sons
Jan 07, 1990: After the War: Friends and Enemies
Dec 17, 1989: The Yellow Wallpaper
Dec 10, 1989: A Tale of Two Cities
Dec 03, 1989: A Tale of Two Cities
Nov 26, 1989: A Tale of Two Cities
Nov 19, 1989: A Tale of Two Cities
Nov 12, 1989: Glory Enough for All
Nov 05, 1989: Glory Enough for All
Oct 29, 1989: Precious Bane
Oct 22, 1989: Precious Bane
Oct 15, 1989: And a Nightingale Sang
Jul 16, 1989: The Bretts II: The Golden Dustman
Jul 09, 1989: The Bretts II: I've Got You Under My Skin
Jul 02, 1989: The Bretts II: The Luck of the Irish
Jun 25, 1989: The Bretts II: A House Divided
Jun 18, 1989: The Bretts II: Home and Away
Jun 11, 1989: The Bretts II: Home and Away
Jun 04, 1989: The Charmer
May 28, 1989: The Charmer
May 21, 1989: The Charmer
May 14, 1989: The Charmer
May 07, 1989: The Charmer
Apr 30, 1989: The Charmer
Mar 12, 1989: Christabel
Mar 05, 1989: Christabel
Feb 26, 1989: Christabel
Feb 19, 1989: Christabel
Feb 12, 1989: Talking Heads: Bed Among the Lentils
Feb 05, 1989: All Passion Spent
Jan 29, 1989: All Passion Spent
Jan 22, 1989: All Passion Spent
Jan 16, 1989: A Very British Coup
Jan 15, 1989: A Very British Coup
Jan 08, 1989: A Wreath of Roses
Dec 04, 1988: Heaven on Earth
Nov 27, 1988: A Perfect Spy
Nov 20, 1988: A Perfect Spy
Nov 13, 1988: A Perfect Spy
Nov 06, 1988: A Perfect Spy
Oct 30, 1988: A Perfect Spy
Oct 23, 1988: A Perfect Spy
Oct 16, 1988: A Perfect Spy
Oct 09, 1988: By the Sword Divided II: Restoration 1660
Oct 02, 1988: By the Sword Divided II: Retribution 1658
Sep 25, 1988: By the Sword Divided II: Forlorn Hope
Sep 18, 1988: By the Sword Divided II: Fateful Days
Sep 11, 1988: By the Sword Divided II: Escape
Sep 04, 1988: By the Sword Divided II: Witch Hunt
Aug 28, 1988: By the Sword Divided II: Cruel Necessity
Apr 24, 1988: David Copperfield
Apr 17, 1988: David Copperfield
Apr 10, 1988: David Copperfield
Apr 03, 1988: David Copperfield
Mar 27, 1988: David Copperfield
Mar 13, 1988: Day After the Fair
Mar 06, 1988: Day After the Fair
Feb 28, 1988: Fortunes of War
Feb 21, 1988: Fortunes of War
Feb 14, 1988: Fortunes of War
Feb 07, 1988: Fortunes of War
Jan 31, 1988: Fortunes of War
Jan 24, 1988: Fortunes of War
Jan 17, 1988: Fortunes of War
Jan 10, 1988: Sorrell and Son
Jan 03, 1988: Sorrell and Son
Dec 27, 1987: Sorrell and Son
Dec 20, 1987: Sorrell and Son
Dec 13, 1987: Sorrell and Son
Dec 06, 1987: Northanger Abbey
Nov 29, 1987: The Bretts: Get Me to Church on Time
Nov 22, 1987: The Bretts: An Actress and a Bishop
Nov 15, 1987: The Bretts: Revenge Is Sweet
Nov 08, 1987: The Bretts: Broadway, Here I Come
Nov 01, 1987: The Bretts: Moving Pictures
Oct 25, 1987: The Bretts: A Full House
Oct 18, 1987: The Bretts: Vagabond Thieves
Oct 11, 1987: The Bretts: The King Shall Not Die
May 17, 1987: Love Song
May 10, 1987: Love Song
May 03, 1987: The Death of the Heart
Apr 26, 1987: Noel Coward's 'Star Quality: Bon Voyage'
Apr 19, 1987: Noel Coward's 'Star Quality: Mrs. Capper's Birthday'
Apr 12, 1987: Noel Coward's 'Star Quality: Me and the Girls'
Apr 05, 1987: Noel Coward's 'Star Quality: Mr. and Mrs. Edgehill'
Mar 29, 1987: Noel Coward's 'Star Quality'
Mar 15, 1987: Silas Marner
Mar 08, 1987: Lost Empires
Mar 01, 1987: Lost Empires
Feb 22, 1987: Lost Empires
Feb 15, 1987: Lost Empires
Feb 08, 1987: Lost Empires
Feb 01, 1987: Lost Empires
Jan 25, 1987: Lost Empires
Jan 18, 1987: Goodbye Mr. Chips
Jan 11, 1987: Goodbye Mr. Chips
Jan 04, 1987: Goodbye Mr. Chips
Dec 28, 1986: Paradise Postponed
Dec 21, 1986: Paradise Postponed
Dec 14, 1986: Paradise Postponed
Dec 07, 1986: Paradise Postponed
Nov 30, 1986: Paradise Postponed
Nov 23, 1986: Paradise Postponed
Nov 16, 1986: Paradise Postponed
Nov 09, 1986: Paradise Postponed
Nov 02, 1986: Paradise Postponed
Oct 26, 1986: Paradise Postponed
Oct 19, 1986: Paradise Postponed
May 18, 1986: By the Sword Divided
May 11, 1986: By the Sword Divided
May 04, 1986: By the Sword Divided
Apr 27, 1986: By the Sword Divided
Apr 20, 1986: By the Sword Divided
Apr 13, 1986: By the Sword Divided
Apr 06, 1986: By the Sword Divided
Mar 30, 1986: By the Sword Divided
Mar 23, 1986: By the Sword Divided
Mar 02, 1986: Lord Mountbatten: The Last Viceroy
Feb 23, 1986: Lord Mountbatten: The Last Viceroy
Feb 16, 1986: Lord Mountbatten: The Last Viceroy
Feb 09, 1986: Lord Mountbatten: The Last Viceroy
Feb 02, 1986: Lord Mountbatten: The Last Viceroy
Jan 26, 1986: Lord Mountbatten: The Last Viceroy
Jan 19, 1986: Bleak House
Jan 12, 1986: Bleak House
Jan 05, 1986: Bleak House
Dec 29, 1985: Bleak House
Dec 22, 1985: Bleak House
Dec 15, 1985: Bleak House
Dec 08, 1985: Bleak House
Dec 01, 1985: Bleak House
Nov 24, 1985: The Last Place on Earth
Nov 17, 1985: The Last Place on Earth
Nov 10, 1985: The Last Place on Earth
Nov 03, 1985: The Last Place on Earth
Oct 27, 1985: The Last Place on Earth
Oct 20, 1985: The Last Place on Earth
Jun 16, 1985: Strangers and Brothers
Jun 09, 1985: Strangers and Brothers
Jun 02, 1985: Strangers and Brothers
May 26, 1985: Strangers and Brothers
May 19, 1985: Strangers and Brothers
May 12, 1985: Strangers and Brothers
May 05, 1985: Strangers and Brothers
Apr 28, 1985: All for Love: Letting the Birds Go Free
Apr 21, 1985: All for Love: A Bit of Singing and Dancing
Apr 14, 1985: All for Love: L'Elegance
Apr 07, 1985: All for Love: Mona
Mar 17, 1985: The Jewel in the Crown
Mar 10, 1985: The Jewel in the Crown
Mar 03, 1985: The Jewel in the Crown
Feb 24, 1985: The Jewel in the Crown
Feb 17, 1985: The Jewel in the Crown
Feb 10, 1985: The Jewel in the Crown
Feb 03, 1985: The Jewel in the Crown
Jan 27, 1985: The Jewel in the Crown
Jan 20, 1985: The Jewel in the Crown
Jan 13, 1985: The Jewel in the Crown
Jan 06, 1985: The Jewel in the Crown
Dec 30, 1984: The Jewel in the Crown
Dec 23, 1984: The Jewel in the Crown
Dec 16, 1984: The Jewel in the Crown
Dec 09, 1984: The Barchester Chronicles
Dec 02, 1984: The Barchester Chronicles
Nov 25, 1984: The Barchester Chronicles
Nov 18, 1984: The Barchester Chronicles
Nov 11, 1984: The Barchester Chronicles
Nov 04, 1984: The Barchester Chronicles
Oct 28, 1984: The Barchester Chronicles
Jun 03, 1984: Nancy Astor
May 27, 1984: Nancy Astor
May 20, 1984: Nancy Astor
May 13, 1984: Nancy Astor
May 06, 1984: Nancy Astor
Apr 29, 1984: Nancy Astor
Apr 22, 1984: Nancy Astor
Apr 15, 1984: Nancy Astor
Apr 01, 1984: The Tale of Beatrix Potter
Mar 25, 1984: The Tale of Beatrix Potter
Mar 04, 1984: The Irish R.M.
Feb 26, 1984: The Irish R.M.
Feb 19, 1984: The Irish R.M.
Feb 12, 1984: The Irish R.M.
Feb 05, 1984: The Irish R.M.
Jan 29, 1984: The Irish R.M.
Jan 22, 1984: The Citadel
Jan 15, 1984: The Citadel
Jan 08, 1984: The Citadel
Jan 01, 1984: The Citadel
Dec 25, 1983: The Citadel
Dec 18, 1983: The Citadel
Dec 11, 1983: The Citadel
Dec 04, 1983: The Citadel
Nov 27, 1983: The Citadel
Nov 20, 1983: The Citadel
Nov 13, 1983: Pictures
Nov 06, 1983: Pictures
Oct 30, 1983: Pictures
Oct 23, 1983: Pictures
Oct 16, 1983: Pictures
Oct 09, 1983: Pictures
Oct 02, 1983: Pictures
Jun 26, 1983: Sons and Lovers
Jun 19, 1983: Sons and Lovers
Jun 12, 1983: Sons and Lovers
Jun 05, 1983: Sons and Lovers
May 29, 1983: Sons and Lovers
May 22, 1983: Sons and Lovers
May 15, 1983: Sons and Lovers
May 13, 1983: On Approval
May 08, 1983: Private Schulz
May 01, 1983: Private Schulz
Apr 24, 1983: Private Schulz
Apr 17, 1983: Private Schulz
Apr 10, 1983: Private Schulz
Apr 03, 1983: Private Schulz
Mar 27, 1983: Drake's Venture
Mar 06, 1983: Winston Churchill: The Wilderness Years
Feb 27, 1983: Winston Churchill: The Wilderness Years
Feb 13, 1983: Winston Churchill: The Wilderness Years
Feb 06, 1983: Winston Churchill: The Wilderness Years
Jan 30, 1983: Winston Churchill: The Wilderness Years
Jan 23, 1983: Winston Churchill: The Wilderness Years
Jan 16, 1983: Winston Churchill: The Wilderness Years
Jan 09, 1983: The Good Soldier
Jan 02, 1983: To Serve Them All My Days
Dec 26, 1982: To Serve Them All My Days
Dec 19, 1982: To Serve Them All My Days
Dec 12, 1982: To Serve Them All My Days
Dec 05, 1982: To Serve Them All My Days
Nov 28, 1982: To Serve Them All My Days
Nov 21, 1982: To Serve Them All My Days
Nov 14, 1982: To Serve Them All My Days
Nov 07, 1982: To Serve Them All My Days
Oct 31, 1982: To Serve Them All My Days
Oct 24, 1982: To Serve Them All My Days
Oct 17, 1982: To Serve Them All My Days
Oct 10, 1982: To Serve Them All My Days
Jun 27, 1982: Flickers
Jun 20, 1982: Flickers
Jun 13, 1982: Flickers
Jun 06, 1982: Flickers
May 30, 1982: Flickers
May 23, 1982: Flickers
May 16, 1982: Love in a Cold Climate
May 09, 1982: Love in a Cold Climate
May 02, 1982: Love in a Cold Climate
Apr 25, 1982: Love in a Cold Climate
Apr 18, 1982: Love in a Cold Climate
Apr 11, 1982: Love in a Cold Climate
Apr 04, 1982: Love in a Cold Climate
Mar 28, 1982: Love in a Cold Climate
Mar 14, 1982: I Remember Nelson
Mar 07, 1982: I Remember Nelson
Feb 28, 1982: I Remember Nelson
Feb 21, 1982: I Remember Nelson
Feb 14, 1982: Flame Trees of Thika
Feb 07, 1982: Flame Trees of Thika
Jan 31, 1982: Flame Trees of Thika
Jan 24, 1982: Flame Trees of Thika
Jan 17, 1982: Flame Trees of Thika
Jan 10, 1982: Flame Trees of Thika
Jan 03, 1982: Flame Trees of Thika
Dec 27, 1981: Edward & Mrs. Simpson
Dec 20, 1981: Edward & Mrs. Simpson
Dec 13, 1981: Edward & Mrs. Simpson
Dec 06, 1981: Edward & Mrs. Simpson
Nov 29, 1981: Edward & Mrs. Simpson
Nov 15, 1981: Edward & Mrs. Simpson
Nov 08, 1981: A Town Like Alice
Nov 01, 1981: A Town Like Alice
Oct 25, 1981: A Town Like Alice
Oct 18, 1981: A Town Like Alice
Oct 11, 1981: A Town Like Alice
Oct 04, 1981: A Town Like Alice
Apr 26, 1981: Therese Raquin
Apr 19, 1981: Therese Raquin
Apr 12, 1981: Therese Raquin
Apr 05, 1981: Danger UXB
Mar 29, 1981: Danger UXB
Mar 15, 1981: Danger UXB
Mar 08, 1981: Danger UXB
Mar 01, 1981: Danger UXB
Feb 22, 1981: Danger UXB
Feb 15, 1981: Danger UXB
Feb 08, 1981: Danger UXB
Feb 01, 1981: Danger UXB
Jan 25, 1981: Danger UXB
Jan 11, 1981: Danger UXB
Dec 28, 1980: Testament of Youth
Dec 21, 1980: Testament of Youth
Dec 14, 1980: Testament of Youth
Dec 07, 1980: Testament of Youth
Nov 30, 1980: Testament of Youth
Nov 23, 1980: Pride and Prejudice
Nov 16, 1980: Pride and Prejudice
Nov 09, 1980: Pride and Prejudice
Nov 02, 1980: Pride and Prejudice
Oct 26, 1980: Pride and Prejudice
Oct 19, 1980: Crime and Punishment
Oct 12, 1980: Crime and Punishment
Oct 05, 1980: Crime and Punishment
Sep 28, 1980: Crime and Punishment
Jun 22, 1980: Disraeli: Portrait of a Romantic
Jun 15, 1980: Disraeli: Portrait of a Romantic
Jun 08, 1980: Disraeli: Portrait of a Romantic
Jun 01, 1980: Disraeli: Portrait of a Romantic
May 25, 1980: My Son, My Son
May 18, 1980: My Son, My Son
May 11, 1980: My Son, My Son
May 04, 1980: My Son, My Son
Apr 27, 1980: My Son, My Son
Apr 20, 1980: My Son, My Son
Apr 13, 1980: My Son, My Son
Apr 06, 1980: The Duchess of Duke Street II
Mar 30, 1980: The Duchess of Duke Street II
Mar 23, 1980: The Duchess of Duke Street II
Mar 09, 1980: The Duchess of Duke Street II
Mar 02, 1980: The Duchess of Duke Street II
Feb 24, 1980: The Duchess of Duke Street II
Feb 17, 1980: The Duchess of Duke Street II
Feb 10, 1980: The Duchess of Duke Street II
Feb 03, 1980: The Duchess of Duke Street II
Jan 27, 1980: The Duchess of Duke Street II
Jan 20, 1980: The Duchess of Duke Street II
Jan 13, 1980: The Duchess of Duke Street II
Jan 06, 1980: The Duchess of Duke Street II
Dec 30, 1979: The Duchess of Duke Street II
Dec 23, 1979: The Duchess of Duke Street II
Dec 16, 1979: The Duchess of Duke Street II
Dec 09, 1979: Love for Lydia
Dec 02, 1979: Love for Lydia
Nov 25, 1979: Love for Lydia
Nov 18, 1979: Love for Lydia
Nov 11, 1979: Love for Lydia
Nov 04, 1979: Love for Lydia
Oct 28, 1979: Love for Lydia
Oct 21, 1979: Love for Lydia
Oct 14, 1979: Love for Lydia
Oct 07, 1979: Love for Lydia
Sep 30, 1979: Love for Lydia
Sep 23, 1979: Love for Lydia
Sep 16, 1979: Kean
Sep 09, 1979: Kean
Jun 03, 1979: Lillie
May 27, 1979: Lillie
May 20, 1979: Lillie
May 13, 1979: Lillie
May 06, 1979: Lillie
Apr 29, 1979: Lillie
Apr 22, 1979: Lillie
Apr 15, 1979: Lillie
Apr 08, 1979: Lillie
Apr 01, 1979: Lillie
Mar 25, 1979: Lillie
Mar 18, 1979: Lillie
Mar 11, 1979: Lillie
Jan 29, 1978: I, Claudius
Jan 22, 1978: I, Claudius
Jan 15, 1978: I, Claudius
Jan 08, 1978: I, Claudius
Jan 01, 1978: I, Claudius
Dec 25, 1977: I, Claudius
Dec 18, 1977: I, Claudius
Dec 11, 1977: I, Claudius
Dec 04, 1977: I, Claudius
Nov 27, 1977: I, Claudius
Nov 20, 1977: I, Claudius
Nov 13, 1977: I, Claudius
Nov 06, 1977: I, Claudius
Jan 09, 1977: Five Red Herrings
Jan 02, 1977: Five Red Herrings
Dec 26, 1976: Five Red Herrings
Dec 19, 1976: Five Red Herrings
May 30, 1976: Sunset Song
May 23, 1976: Sunset Song
May 16, 1976: Sunset Song
May 09, 1976: Sunset Song
May 02, 1976: Sunset Song
Apr 25, 1976: Sunset Song
Mar 31, 1974: Upstairs, Downstairs
Mar 24, 1974: Upstairs, Downstairs
Mar 17, 1974: Upstairs, Downstairs
Mar 10, 1974: Upstairs, Downstairs
Mar 03, 1974: Upstairs, Downstairs
Feb 24, 1974: Upstairs, Downstairs
Feb 17, 1974: Upstairs, Downstairs
Feb 10, 1974: Upstairs, Downstairs
Feb 03, 1974: Upstairs, Downstairs
Jan 27, 1974: Upstairs, Downstairs
Jan 20, 1974: Upstairs, Downstairs
Jan 13, 1974: Upstairs, Downstairs
Jan 06, 1974: Upstairs, Downstairs
Dec 30, 1973: The Little Farm
Dec 23, 1973: The Unpleasantness at the Bellona Club
Dec 16, 1973: The Unpleasantness at the Bellona Club
Dec 09, 1973: The Unpleasantness at the Bellona Club
Dec 02, 1973: The Unpleasantness at the Bellona Club
Nov 25, 1973: The Man Who Was Hunting Himself
Nov 18, 1973: The Man Who Was Hunting Himself
Nov 11, 1973: The Man Who Was Hunting Himself
Nov 04, 1973: Clouds of Witness
Oct 28, 1973: Clouds of Witness
Oct 21, 1973: Clouds of Witness
Oct 14, 1973: Clouds of Witness
Oct 07, 1973: Clouds of Witness
Apr 29, 1973: The Golden Bowl
Apr 22, 1973: The Golden Bowl: Maggie
Apr 15, 1973: The Golden Bowl: Fanny
Apr 08, 1973: The Golden Bowl: Charlotte
Apr 01, 1973: The Golden Bowl: Mr. Verver
Mar 25, 1973: The Golden Bowl: The Prince
Mar 18, 1973: Point Counter Point: The Kingdom of Heaven
Mar 11, 1973: Point Counter Point: Death of a Freeman
Mar 04, 1973: Point Counter Point
Feb 25, 1973: Point Counter Point
Feb 18, 1973: Point Counter Point
Feb 11, 1973: Tom Brown's Schooldays
Feb 04, 1973: Tom Brown's Schooldays
Jan 28, 1973: Tom Brown's Schooldays
Jan 21, 1973: Tom Brown's Schooldays
Jan 14, 1973: Tom Brown's Schooldays
Jan 07, 1973: The Moonstone
Dec 31, 1972: The Moonstone
Dec 24, 1972: The Moonstone
Dec 17, 1972: The Moonstone
Dec 10, 1972: The Moonstone
Dec 03, 1972: Cousin Bette: Family Angel
Nov 26, 1972: Cousin Bette: A Bitter Harvest
Nov 19, 1972: Cousin Bette: Delilah and Her Handmaid
Nov 12, 1972: Cousin Bette: This House Is for Pleasure
Nov 05, 1972: Cousin Bette: Poor Relations
Oct 29, 1972: Vanity Fair
Oct 22, 1972: Vanity Fair
Oct 15, 1972: Vanity Fair
Oct 08, 1972: Vanity Fair
Oct 01, 1972: Vanity Fair
Apr 23, 1972: The Last of the Mohicans, Part 5
Apr 16, 1972: The Last of the Mohicans, Part 4
Apr 09, 1972: The Last of the Mohicans, Part 3
Nov 28, 1971: Resurrection
Nov 21, 1971: The Gambler
Nov 14, 1971: The Gambler
Nov 07, 1971: Jude the Obscure
Oct 31, 1971: Jude the Obscure
Oct 24, 1971: Jude the Obscure
Oct 17, 1971: Jude the Obscure
Oct 10, 1971: Jude the Obscure
Oct 03, 1971: Jude the Obscure
Jul 04, 1971: Père Goriot: Father
Jun 27, 1971: Père Goriot: Vautrin
Jun 20, 1971: Père Goriot: The Mandarin
Jun 13, 1971: Père Goriot: Gilded Youth
Jun 06, 1971: The Possessed: The Final Murder
May 30, 1971: The Possessed: The Fire
May 23, 1971: The Possessed: The Meeting
May 16, 1971: The Possessed: The Convict
May 09, 1971: The Possessed: The Cripple
May 02, 1971: The Possessed: The Sins of Others
Apr 25, 1971: The Spoils of Poynton: Retribution
Apr 18, 1971: The Spoils of Poynton: A Trial of Strength
Apr 11, 1971: The Spoils of Poynton: Sharp Practice
Apr 04, 1971: The Spoils of Poynton: The Pride of Possession
Mar 28, 1971: The First Churchills: Not Without Honor
Mar 21, 1971: The First Churchills: Breaking the Circle
Mar 14, 1971: The First Churchills: A Famous Victory
Mar 07, 1971: The First Churchills: Reconciliation
Feb 28, 1971: The First Churchills: The Queen Commands
Feb 21, 1971: The First Churchills: Trial of Strength
Feb 14, 1971: The First Churchills: The Protestant Wind
Feb 07, 1971: The First Churchills: Rebellion
Jan 31, 1971: The First Churchills: The Lion and the Unicorn
Jan 24, 1971: The First Churchills: Plot Counter-Plot
Jan 17, 1971: The First Churchills: Bridals
Jan 10, 1971: The First Churchills: The Chaste Nymph
Lord Mountbatten: The Last Viceroy
A Very British Coup
Therese Raquin
Day After the Fair
Lord Mountbatten: The Last Viceroy
Lord Mountbatten: The Last Viceroy
Goodbye Mr. Chips
A Very British Coup
A Very British Coup
Traffik
Traffik
Traffik
A Tale of Two Cities
All Passion Spent
David Copperfield
All Passion Spent
A Very British Coup
Jeeves and Wooster II
Jeeves and Wooster II
House of Cards
Summer's Lease
Clarissa
To Play the King
To Play the King
Sharpe's Eagle
Signs and Wonders
Memento Mori
The Buccaneers
The Buccaneers
The Buccaneers
The Buccaneers
A Tale of Two Cities
The Buccaneers
House of Cards
Love Song
A Question of Attribution
Flame Trees of Thika
To Play the King
The Forsyte Saga
Downton Abbey
Downton Abbey
Downton Abbey
Downton Abbey
Downton Abbey
Downton Abbey
Downton Abbey
Downton Abbey
Downton Abbey
Downton Abbey
Downton Abbey
Downton Abbey
Downton Abbey
Downton Abbey
Downton Abbey
Downton Abbey: Christmas Special 2011
Downton Abbey
Downton Abbey
Downton Abbey
Downton Abbey
Downton Abbey
Downton Abbey
Downton Abbey
Downton Abbey
Downton Abbey: Christmas Special 2012

The Paradise, Season 2: Episode Five Season 44, Episode 41

"The Paradise" continues: Moray opens a department devoted to time pieces, which upsets Weston, who fears it will distract from his new food hall; and Weston tries to divide Denise and Moray. read more

Inspector Lewis: Beyond Good and Evil Season 44, Episode 40

"Inspector Lewis" concludes its season with "Beyond Good and Evil," in which Lewis' first case as detective inspector, some 13 years earlier, is re-opened due to questions about the forensics. Even worse: a new string of murders recalls the old ones, and they've been committed with the same weapon. read more

The Paradise, Season 2: Episode Four Season 44, Episode 39

"The Paradise" continues: Denise faces a personnel problem; Moray unleashes a desperate plan; and Myrtle deals with a crisis. read more

Inspector Lewis: The Lions of Nemea Season 44, Episode 38

"Inspector Lewis" continues: Lewis, Hathaway and Maddox investigate the brutal murder of a college student. read more

The Paradise, Season 2: Episode Three Season 44, Episode 37

"The Paradise" continues: Moray battles Katherine and Tom over who should head the ladies-wear department. read more

Inspector Lewis: Entry Wounds Season 44, Episode 36

The "Inspector Lewis" Season 7 premiere finds a promoted Hathaway working a difficult case—his first as inspector—that involves neurosurgery, blood sports and animal rights, while adjusting to a new partner. Lewis, meanwhile, struggles with retirement. Chief Superintendent Innocent, however, arrives at a solution that could help everyone involved. read more

The Paradise, Season 2: Episode Two Season 44, Episode 35

As "The Paradise" continues, a visiting fireworks vendor from Paris upends life at the store; Jonas reappears; and a wedding has ramifications for more than just the happy couple. read more

Miss Marple: Endless Night Season 44, Episode 34

The "Miss Marple" season finale, "Endless Night," finds the sleuth investigating a supposed gypsy curse that killed a chauffeur's wife as well as several others. read more

The Paradise, Season 2: Episode One Season 44, Episode 33

The Season 2 premiere of "The Paradise" finds Moray, who's spent the past year apart from Denise in Paris, returning to the Paradise in an attempt to reverse its floundering fortunes for its new owners—Katherine and her new husband, Tom. read more

Miss Marple: Greenshaw's Folly Season 44, Episode 32

"Miss Marple" continues with "Greenshaw's Folly," in which the sleuth investigates the goings-on at an eccentric botanist's home, including the death of the butler and the disappearance of a houseguest. read more

Miss Marple: A Caribbean Mystery Season 44, Episode 31

"Miss Marple" returns with "A Caribbean Mystery," in which the sleuth investigates the suspicious death of a fellow hotel guest during a Caribbean vacation. read more

Breathless Season 44, Episode 30

"Breathless" concludes: the secret of Otto and Elizabeth's strange marriage is revealed. In other events, Jean bonds with Margaret; and Mulligan breaks down. read more

Breathless Season 44, Episode 29

Part 2 of 3 of "Breathless" finds a procedure going wrong for Otto, Charlie and Jean. In other events, Richard reunites with an old friend; Mulligan and Elizabeth meet; Angela and Otto head out of town with a chaperone; and Charlie has a close call. read more

Breathless Season 44, Episode 28

Part 1 of 3 of "Breathless," about the goings-on in a 1961 London hospital's obstetrics ward. Dr. Otto Powell is especially busy juggling work; a lucrative, illegal sideline; a family; and extracurricular dalliances. Here, he's attracted to a new nurse who—unknown to him and his associates—is the sister of fellow nurse Jean, who's soon to marry Powell's colleague Richard. But the soap-opera elements of his life may be the least of his concerns when a police inspector begins snooping around. read more

Poirot: Dead Man's Folly Season 44, Episode 27

"Poirot" continues with "Dead Man's Folly," which finds mystery writer and old friend Ariadne Oliver asking Poirot to accompany her to a wealthy financier's "murder game" that she fears may turn into the scene of a real murder. read more

Poirot: The Big Four Season 44, Episode 26

"Poirot" returns with "The Big Four," in which the master sleuth (David Suchet) navigates the world of international espionage while investigating the death of a Russian chess grandmaster. Adapted by Mark Gatiss ("Sherlock"). read more

Endeavour, Season 2: Neverland Season 44, Episode 25

In the Season 2 finale of "Endeavour," Morse investigates the seemingly unconnected cases of a missing boy, a dead journalist and an escaped prisoner. As he and Thursday dig into the mysteries, however, they uncover police corruption and misconduct that extends to the upper echelons of Oxford society. read more

Endeavour, Season 2: Sway Season 44, Episode 24

"Endeavour" continues: Morse and Thursday hunt a serial killer who strangles his victims with silk stockings. read more

Endeavour, Season 2: Nocturne Season 44, Episode 23

"Endeavour" continues: Morse's investigation into the stabbing death of an elderly man leads him to a girls' school where a series of murders occurred a hundred years earlier. read more

Endeavour, Season 2: Trove Season 44, Episode 22

In the Season 2 premiere of "Endeavour," Morse returns to duty after a four-month leave and is again paired with DI Thursday. Their first case: the apparent suicide of a John Doe that Morse soon suspects is linked to two other cases. read more

The Escape Artist Season 44, Episode 21

"The Escape Artist" concludes: barrister Burton finds the tables turned as Gardner defends Foyle and he strives to prove the man's guilt. read more

The Escape Artist Season 44, Episode 20

Part 1 of 2 of "The Escape Artist." A British defense attorney (David Tennant) with a knack for getting defendants acquitted takes on the case of a bird lover who's accused in the torture killing of a medical student. Little does he know, however, that by doing so he may have placed his happy family in harm's way. read more

Mr. Selfridge: Season 2, Part Eight Season 44, Episode 19

In the Season 2 finale of "Mr. Selfridge," Harry's battle to clear his name continues; the Selfridges invite Lady Mae into their home; Harry's daughters and mother arrive from America; and an unwell Rose heads to the country. read more

Mr. Selfridge: Season 2, Part Seven Season 44, Episode 18

As "Mr. Selfridge" continues, Harry's tattered reputation has repercussions for the store; Lady Mae and Lord Loxley butt heads; and Harry asks for a favor from a government contact. read more

Mr. Selfridge: Season 2, Part Six Season 44, Episode 17

"Mr. Selfridge" continues: Harry's reputation suffers while he is in Germany; Gordon pens a condolence letter after a member of the staff dies at the front; Miss Mardle falls for her lodger; and Leclair's troubles deepen. read more

Mr. Selfridge: Season 2, Part Five Season 44, Episode 16

"Mr. Selfridge" continues: Harry helps with the war effort; Loxley's business empire grows; Leclair faces major trouble; and Victor and Agnes make plans. read more

Mr. Selfridge: Season 2, Part Four Season 44, Episode 15

As "Mr. Selfridge" continues, Miss Mardle takes in a handsome refugee; Thackeray spies on Leclair; and Harry takes on Loxley in a card game. read more

Mr. Selfridge: Season 2, Part Three Season 44, Episode 14

As "Mr. Selfridge" continues, the onset of World War I spurs enlistment fever among the male staff while the women organize a benefit for war refugees. Leclair, meanwhile, has a mysterious obsession. read more

Mr. Selfridge: Season 2, Part Two Season 44, Episode 13

As "Mr. Selfridge" continues, Miss Mardle gets a lucky break; Leclair resurfaces; Loxley asks Harry for help; and Winston Churchill is slated to visit the store. read more

Mr. Selfridge: Season 2, Part One Season 44, Episode 12

Season 2 of "Mr. Selfridge" opens with the London department store celebrating its fifth anniversary; and Rose returning from America. In other events, Agnes returns from training in Paris; and Lord Loxley returns to torture Lady Mae. read more

Downton Abbey, Season 4: Part 8 Season 44, Episode 11

The Season 4 finale of "Downton Abbey" finds the Crawleys in London, where Rose's coming out ball is to be staged at the stately Grantham House. In other events, Cora's mother visits; the family finds itself in the midst of a potential scandal when a letter from the Prince of Wales is purloined; Mary is wooed by Gillingham and Blake; and Carson arranges a day to the beach for the staff. read more

Downton Abbey, Season 4: Part 7 Season 44, Episode 10

As "Downton Abbey" continues, Robert and Thomas return from America; Bates takes a day off; Edith and Rosamund announce their plan to travel abroad; a suitor woos Mary; and Rose makes her move. read more

Downton Abbey, Season 4: Part 6 Season 44, Episode 9

As "Downton Abbey" continues, Robert and Thomas leave on an unexpected trip; Mary and Blake bond over pigs; and Green returns to Downton with Gillingham. read more

Sherlock, Season 3: His Last Vow Season 44, Episode 8

In "His Last Vow," the Season 3 finale of "Sherlock," a case of stolen letters leads Holmes into conflict with a master blackmailer who knows the personal weaknesses of every important person in the Western world. read more

Downton Abbey, Season 4: Part 5 Season 44, Episode 7

As "Downton Abbey" continues, Rose's surprise party for Robert risks scandal; Mary meets an old suitor; and Edith receives troubling news. read more

Sherlock, Season 3: The Sign of Three Season 44, Episode 6

"Sherlock" continues with "The Sign of Three," which finds Holmes facing a daunting challenge: delivering the best man's speech on Watson's wedding day. He also tackles another task: trying to stop a killer who may be stalking the wedding reception. read more

Downton Abbey: Season 4, Part 4 Season 44, Episode 5

As "Downton Abbey" continues, Bates attempts to learn what's troubling Anna; Thomas finds a new ally on the staff; and Alfred takes a test in hopes of becoming a chef. read more

Sherlock, Season 3: The Empty Hearse Season 44, Episode 4

Season 3 of "Sherlock" opens with "The Empty Hearse," set two years after the events of "The Reichenbach Fall," in which Holmes apparently died. Watson has gotten on with his life, but can't help but to wish his old pal was still with him; and that wish just may come true when London is threatened with a terrorist attack. read more

Downton Abbey: Season 4, Part 3 Season 44, Episode 3

As "Downton Abbey" continues, Mary, Edith, Tom and Anna each struggle with a dilemma; Gillingham makes clear his intentions to Mary; Edith endangers her reputation; Tom turns to Mrs. Hughes for help with Edna; and Anna keeps her distance from Bates. read more

Downton Abbey: Season 4, Part 2 Season 44, Episode 2

"Downton Abbey" continues with the Crawleys hosting a party for friends and acquaintances, including Lord Anthony Gillingham, who has eyes for Mary, and Gillingham's valet, who is attracted to Anna. Gregson, meanwhile, hopes to impress Robert, who seems intent on ignoring him. read more

Downton Abbey: Season 4, Part 1 Season 44, Episode 1

Season 4 of "Downton Abbey" opens six months after Matthew's death with Mary and Isobel in deep depressions. In other events, O'Brien causes a crisis; Violet tries to help Molesley gain employment; and Thomas takes a dislike to the nanny. read more

The Paradise: Part Seven Season 43, Episode 36

Season 1 of "The Paradise" concludes with Moray unsure if he should follow his heart and call off the wedding, since doing so could cause him to lose the store. In other events, suspicion falls on Jonas after Burroughs' body is pulled from the river. read more

The Paradise: Part Six Season 43, Episode 35

As "The Paradise" continues, the store is turned upside-down due to Katherine, whose impending wedding promises to be a major social event. Meanwhile, Denise proves her aptitude for business again; and Glendenning spies Moray consoling Denise. read more

The Paradise: Part Five Season 43, Episode 34

"The Paradise" continues. The store receives exotic lovebirds to sell. At the same time, Denise struggles with her feelings for Moray; and Miss Audrey, who recognizes what's going on, advises her to keep them to herself. read more

The Paradise: Part Four Season 43, Episode 33

As "The Paradise" continues, Moray seeks to buy the other shops on the street; and reluctantly takes on a partner. Katherine, meanwhile, meddles with his efforts in order to get his attention; and Denise's latest idea doesn't work as planned. read more

The Paradise: Part Three Season 43, Episode 32

As "The Paradise" continues, the rivalry between Denise and Clara intensifies after Miss Audrey falls ill and Moray must appoint one of them as her substitute. In other events, Katherine attracts a new suitor, but is conflicted about the attention due to her lingering feelings for Moray. read more

The Paradise: Part Two Season 43, Episode 31

As "The Paradise" continues, Denise finds an abandoned baby at the store. read more

The Paradise: Part One Season 43, Episode 30

"The Paradise," an adaptation of Émile Zola's "Au Bonheur des dames (The Ladies' Paradise)," begins with the ambitious Denise moving from the country to a northern English city in hopes of finding work at her uncle's drapery shop. But when things don't pan out as hoped, she applies for a position at the glittering department store that's located just across the street. read more

Foyle's War: Sunflower Season 43, Episode 29

"Foyle's War" concludes its seventh season with "Sunflower," in which Foyle is tasked with protecting a former Nazi officer-turned-MI5 informant from the Americans, who want him for his alleged involvement in a wartime atrocity. read more

Foyle's War: The Cage Season 43, Episode 28

"Foyle's War" continues with "The Cage," in which Foyle discovers a military facility that could pose a threat to British intelligence while investigating a Russian's death. At the same time, Sam tries to help with her husband's campaign for Parliament. read more

Foyle's War: The Eternity Ring Season 43, Episode 27

Season 7 of "Foyle's War" opens with "The Eternity Ring," which finds MI5 asking Foyle to investigate the possible Soviet infiltration of Britain's atomic research. Complicating matters: Foyle's former driver, Sam, is now working for one of the suspects. read more

Silk: Episode 3 Season 43, Episode 26

Season 1 of "Silk" concludes with Martha defending a repeat offender who's accused of murder while struggling with stress in her personal life. In other events, she and Clive have their Silk interviews. read more

Silk: Episode 2 Season 43, Episode 25

In "Silk," Martha defends a vulnerable teenager; and, later, a cop accused of racism. In other events, the pupils get their first chance to stand up in court; and Clive receives news that may change not just his life, but everyone's. read more

Silk: Episode 1 Season 43, Episode 24

The British legal drama "Silk" opens with barrister Martha Costello (Maxine Peake), who hopes to advance to the rank of Queen's Counsel, assigned two cases for the following day: one involves an accused burglar and the other a supposed drug mule. At the same time, she takes on a new trainee barrister (Tom Hughes). read more

The Lady Vanishes: Masterpiece Mystery! Season 43, Episode 23

A young socialite (Tuppence Middleton) on her way home investigates the disappearance of a fellow train passenger (Selina Cadell), whom no one else seems to remember seeing. Joining in the search is an engineer (Tom Hughes) who has eyes for her. Based on the 1936 Ethel Lina White novel "The Wheel Spins," which was loosely adapted by Alfred Hitchock for his 1938 "The Lady Vanishes" film. read more

Endeavour: Home Season 43, Episode 22

Season 1 of "Endeavour" concludes with "Home," about the investigation into the hit-and-run death of a college professor. At the same time, an old foe of Thursday's surfaces in Oxford and Morse heads home to visit his ailing father. read more

Endeavour: Rocket Season 43, Episode 21

A murder at a munitions plant that occurred during a royal visit is investigated. At the same time, Morse is reunited with an old acquaintance from his student days—a woman whose memory of him is better than his of her. read more

Endeavour: Fugue Season 43, Episode 20

Morse and Thursday investigate a series of murders that, Morse deduces, are not as random as they seem. Adding to the intrigue: the killer, who may share Morse's love of opera, sends letters goading the police for their failures to the Oxford Mail. read more

Endeavour: Girl Season 43, Episode 19

The first season of the "Inspector Morse" prequel series "Endeavour" opens with young Morse and veteran DI Thursday investigating the death of a secretarial student and murder of a doctor. read more

Inspector Lewis: Intelligent Design Season 43, Episode 18

Lewis and Hathaway investigate the murder of a chemistry professor who had just been released from prison after serving time for causing a death while driving. At the same time, Lewis contemplates his future on the force. read more

Inspector Lewis: The Ramblin' Boy Season 43, Episode 17

While Hathaway is away in Kosovo, Lewis is paired with a new detective constable to investigate the discovery of an embalmed corpse in a field. Adding to the intrigue: Someone else was cremated and buried in the dead man's coffin. read more

Inspector Lewis: Down Among the Fearful Season 43, Episode 16

Insp. Lewis and DS Hathaway take on the case of a psychic's murder. They learn that the victim was, in fact, an Oxford psychology research fellow who was investigating the psychology of faith; and uncover a fair number of suspects. read more

Mr. Selfridge Season 43, Episode 15

In the "Mr. Selfridge" Season 1 finale, the day that explorer Ernest Shackleton is slated to give a lecture at the store is marred by a tragedy. Later, a special guest enjoys an after-hours shopping excursion; and Harry and Rose attend a scandalous play. read more

Mr. Selfridge Season 43, Episode 14

Harry faces fierce competition from F.W. Woolworth, who's brought his U.S.-based discount chain to England. In other events, the relationship between Agnes and Henri heats up. read more

Mr. Selfridge Season 43, Episode 13

Arthur Conan Doyle convinces Harry to allow a séance to be held at the store. In other events, Agnes transfers to the fashion department and develops a closer relationship with Henri. read more

Mr. Selfridge Season 43, Episode 12

Mr. Grove takes charge in Harry's absence, but faces a plethora of problems, including a suffragette march that's supposed to pass in front of the store. In other events, Agnes gets to know Henri, the window dresser. read more

Mr. Selfridge Season 43, Episode 11

Spunky Agnes Towler returns to work; Harry and Rose face a moment of truth; a drunken Harry gets behind the wheel of a car; and a despondent Ellen turns to pills. read more

Mr. Selfridge Season 43, Episode 10

Harry invites a famous ballerina to appear at the store, but the publicity event doesn't go as planned thanks to Ellen Love; Rose comes clean about her identity to Roddy. read more

Mr. Selfridge Season 43, Episode 9

Harry bucks convention by placing the cosmetics department at the front of the store. In other events, his personal life turns complicated due to Ellen Love, Lady Mae and Rose. read more

Mr. Selfridge Season 43, Episode 8

The story of flamboyant Harry Gordon Selfridge (Jeremy Piven), the American founder of the lavish London department store Selfridges & Co., opens with his plans to launch the store waylaid when his business partner pulls out of the project. read more

Downton Abbey, Season 3: Episode Seven Season 43, Episode 7

The Season 3 finale of "Downton Abbey" finds the family, save for Branson and little Sybil, heading to a Scottish hunting lodge owned by Rose's parents. In other events, Mrs. Patmore is wooed by a local merchant; a new maid has eyes for Branson; and the staff takes in a fair in Thirsk, an event that also attracts Dr. Clarkson and Isobel. read more

Downton Abbey, Season 3: Episode Six Season 43, Episode 6

As "Downton Abbey" continues, Robert is keen on putting together a viable team for the annual cricket match against the town. read more

Downton Abbey, Season 3: Episode Five Season 43, Episode 5

As "Downton Abbey" continues, Cora and Robert stop speaking to each other; the servants shun Isobel; and Matthew and Robert are at odds. read more

Downton Abbey, Season 3: Episode Four Season 43, Episode 4

As "Downton Abbey" continues, Edith is asked to pen a newspaper column; Isobel offers Ethel a position in her household; Matthew questions the management of the estate; and Sybil goes into labor while Dr. Clarkson disagrees with the esteemed obstetrician Robert hired to oversee the delivery. read more

Downton Abbey, Season 3: Episode Three Season 43, Episode 3

Tom and the pregnant Sybil arrive at Downton after an incident in Ireland has left Tom a wanted man; Edith has a letter in support of women's suffrage published in a newspaper. read more

Downton Abbey, Season 3: Episode Two Season 43, Episode 2

The future of Downton Abbey rests on a letter written by Lavinia's late father to Matthew. In other events, Edith prepares for her wedding to Sir Anthony; Mrs. Hughes receives news from Dr. Clarkson; Bates has trouble with his cellmate; and Thomas feeds false information about O'Brien to Molesley. read more

Downton Abbey, Season 3: Episode One Season 43, Episode 1

The third season of "Downton Abbey" commences with the family and staff preparing for Mary and Matthew's wedding; and Cora's mother (Shirley MacLaine) arriving from the U.S. Robert, meanwhile, receives bad news about an investment; O'Brien arranges for her nephew to become the new footman; and Anna vows to prove John's innocence. read more

Upstairs Downstairs: Somewhere Over the Rainbow Season 42, Episode 29

In the Season 2 conclusion, Beryl and Harry eye marriage; Lady Agnes returns; a decision by Mr. Pritchard leads to chaos until an old friend lends a hand; and a shocking discovery may forever change the landscape at 165 Eaton Place. read more

Upstairs, Downstairs: The Last Waltz Season 42, Episode 28

Mr. Pritchard wonders if there's more to life than service after he enters into a romance with a fellow servant while 165 Eaton Place prepares for the annual servants' ball. In other events, Harry has a proposition for Beryl; and Sir Hallam and Lady Persie continue their affair. read more

Upstairs Downstairs: All the Things You Are Season 42, Episode 27

Harry attempts to impress Beryl by taking up boxing; Lady Agnes and Sir Hallam drift further apart; American millionaire Casper Landry reenters Lady Agnes' life; Sir Hallam makes a major decision that could have life-altering implications. read more

Upstairs Downstairs: A Perfect Specimen of Womanhood Season 42, Episode 26

Blanche reunites with a former lover who published a scandalous, thinly veiled novel about their affair; Beryl disrupts the running of the house; Lady Persie and Sir Hallam become closer after she shares a shocking secret with him. read more

Upstairs Downstairs: The Love That Pays the Price Season 42, Episode 25

Lady Agnes receives bad news as well as organizes a dinner party, during which she attracts the attentions of a wealthy American. In other events, a decision by Mrs. Thackeray results in chaos; and Blanche and Mr. Amanjit set aside their differences in an effort to rescue Jewish children from Germany. read more

Upstairs Downstairs: A Faraway Country About Which We Know Nothing Season 42, Episode 24

Season 2 of "Upstairs Downstairs" commences with two new arrivals at 165 Eaton Place: Sir Hallam's Aunt Blanche and maid Beryl. In other events, a secret about Mr. Pritchard is revealed; and Sir Hallam's concern about Nazi Germany leads to trouble. read more

Wallander: Before the Frost Season 42, Episode 23

In "Wallander: Before the Frost," the Swedish cop investigates an arson-murder linked to a schizophrenic while also searching for a friend of Linda's who vanished after a bizarre visit with him. The latter leads to an uneasy reconciliation with Linda, who shares surprising news with her father. read more

Wallander: The Dogs of Riga Season 42, Episode 22

"Wallander: The Dogs of Riga" finds Wallander playing host to a Riga, Latvia, police major while investigating the murders of two Latvian men whose bodies were discovered in a raft that washed ashore in Sweden. After the major returns home and is killed, Wallander heads to Latvia to lend a hand in that case, and he is soon immersed in a hunt for the major's missing case files, which may document high-level corruption within the Riga police force. read more

Wallander: An Event in Autumn Season 42, Episode 21

"Wallander: An Event in Autumn" finds the morose Swedish detective's life taking a turn for the better when he and Vanja move into a quaint country house together. The good times can't last, however: A decade-old corpse is found buried on their property. At the same time, he investigates the case of a pregnant woman who either jumped or was pushed from a ferry. read more

Inspector Lewis: The Indelible Stain Season 42, Episode 20

In "Inspector Lewis: The Indelible Stain," Lewis and Hathaway investigate the murder of a visiting American academic (David Soul) who courted controversy with a theory that many critics construed as thinly veiled racism. read more

Inspector Lewis: Fearful Symmetry Season 42, Episode 19

"Inspector Lewis: Fearful Symmetry" finds Lewis and Hathaway investigating the murder of a babysitter, who may not have been the intended target given that she was a last-minute fill-in. The case introduces them to a side of Oxford they know little about: swinging and fetish photography. read more

Inspector Lewis: Generation of Vipers Season 42, Episode 18

In "Inspector Lewis: Generation of Vipers," Lewis investigates the death of a lonely college professor who had become an object of ridicule after the video she made for an Internet dating site was posted on a subversive media blog. read more

Inspector Lewis: The Soul of Genius Season 42, Episode 17

"Inspector Lewis: The Soul of Genius" finds Lewis and Hathaway's investigation into the murder of an English professor running into difficulties due to the interference of an amateur detective and two students. read more

Endeavour Season 42, Episode 16

Set in 1965, the "Inspector Morse" prequel "Endeavour" finds rookie constable Endeavour Morse helping with the investigation into the murder of a 15-year-old girl. read more

Sherlock: The Reichenbach Fall Season 42, Episode 15

Season 2 of "Sherlock" concludes with "The Reichenbach Fall," which finds the sleuth's reputation in tatters after Moriarty pulls off three ingenious capers in a day. He then plants seeds of doubt in the press about Sherlock's deductive abilities by making it appear as if his past successes were staged. Loosely based on Arthur Conan Doyle's "The Final Problem" short story. read more

Sherlock: The Hounds of Baskerville Season 42, Episode 14

"Sherlock: The Hounds of Baskerville" finds Sherlock and Watson investigating a murder that occurred 20 years earlier. It was witnessed by the victim's son, who claims his father was killed by a monstrous hound. The case takes the pair to the British moors, where a top-secret military base is said to be the site of animal-mutation experiments. read more

Sherlock: A Scandal in Belgravia Season 42, Episode 13

The second series of "Sherlock" opens with "A Scandal in Belgravia," in which the idiosyncratic sleuth becomes a media sensation because of Watson's blog. And he's asked by his brother to retrieve scandalous photos of a British royal from a dominatrix. The case proves to be anything but simple, however, as it soon involves international terrorism, CIA agents and a matter Holmes is decidedly unfamiliar with: love. read more

Birdsong Season 42, Episode 12

Conclusion. "Birdsong." Wraysford and his men take part in one of the bloodiest battles ever recorded, the Battle of the Somme. read more

Birdsong Season 42, Episode 11

Part 1 of 2. "Birdsong," an adaptation of the Sebastian Faulks novel about a British lieutenant in World War I whose memories of a prewar romance with a married French woman both sustain and haunt him. read more

The Mystery of Edwin Drood Season 42, Episode 10

An adaptation of Charles Dickens' "The Mystery of Edwin Drood," about an opium-addled choirmaster who believes his nephew stands between him and the woman he fancies. When the nephew goes missing, the question becomes whether the choirmaster acted on his vivid fantasies of murdering his perceived rival or if someone else did the deed. Writer Gwyneth Hughes ("Miss Austen Regrets") finished the famously unfinished tale based on clues left by Dickens. read more

Great Expectations Season 42, Episode 9

The conclusion of Charles Dickens' "Great Expectations" finds Pip in London, where his guardian explains his allowance to him. In time, he learns the ways of gentlemen; falls further in love with Estella; and discovers the identity of his benefactor. read more

Great Expectations Season 42, Episode 8

Part 1 of 2. Charles Dickens' "Great Expectations" opens with the orphaned Pip, who lives with his sister and brother-in-law, pilfering a metal file for an escaped convict who needs it to break free from his chains. Pip is also sent to the home of an eccentric spinster for a very odd playdate with the woman's adopted daughter. read more

Downton Abbey, Season II (Episode 7) Season 42, Episode 7

Season 2 of "Downton Abbey" concludes with the family gathering at Downton for Christmas and the New Year; and Bates on trial for the murder of Vera. In other events, Robert offers relationship advice to Mary; Matthew comes to terms with his guilt over Lavinia's death; Thomas connives to move up the ranks; Rosamund has a suitor who may be after her money and a new assistant stirs up trouble in the kitchen; Daisy becomes closer to William's father; and Edith reunites with a former suitor. read more

Downton Abbey, Series II (Episode 6) Season 42, Episode 6

"Downton Abbey" continues with the Spanish flu sweeping through the household and infecting Cora, Lavinia and Mr. Carson, among others. Mary, Sybil and Robert, meanwhile, each face a moment of truth; and Anna and Mr. Bates experience a moment of happiness. read more

Downton Abbey, Season II (Episode 5) Season 42, Episode 5

"Downton Abbey" continues with the household preparing for the war's end. While the family looks forward to having a private home again, cousin Isobel has other ideas for Downton. In other events, a wounded officer makes a startling claim that could alter the Downton succession plan; and Sir Richard and Mary go estate-hunting. read more

Downton Abbey, Season II (Episode 4) Season 42, Episode 4

"Downton Abbey" continues with Matthew and William engaging in a fierce battle at the front; Vera striking a cruel blow against Bates and Anna; and Daisy facing the severest test of her life. read more

Downton Abbey, Series II (Episode 3) Season 42, Episode 3

"Downton Abbey" continues with Isobel and Cora butting heads over control of Downton's medical role; Mrs. Bird launching a soup kitchen; and Matthew and William embarking on a perilous patrol behind German lines. read more

Downton Abbey, Series II (Episode 2) Season 42, Episode 2

The second season of "Downton Abbey" continues with the estate being turned into a convalescent home for wounded veterans. In other events, Lavinia and Sir Richard's secret comes out; Anna locates Bates; and Branson seizes his chance to strike a blow for Ireland. read more

Downton Abbey, Series II (Episode 1) Season 42, Episode 1

The second season of "Downton Abbey" opens during WWI with Matthew and Thomas in the trenches in France; and Robert and William longing to join the action. Sybil, meanwhile, finds unlikely support from her grandmother in her quest to help the war effort; Edith learns to drive; Mary struggles with her feelings for Matthew when he returns on leave from the war and attends a benefit concert at the estate with a new companion; and Carson is overwhelmed while running the house with a smaller staff. read more

The Song of Lunch Season 41, Episode 29

An adaption of Christopher Reid's "Song of Lunch" narrative poem, about a publishing house copy editor (Alan Rickman) who reunites with a former lover (Emma Thompson) for lunch 15 years after she left him for a successful author. read more

Page Eight Season 41, Episode 28

David Hare wrote and directed "Page Eight," about an aging MI5 intelligence analyst (Bill Nighy) who discovers information about a possible international scandal in a top-secret file that his best friend and boss (Michael Gambon) shares with him. At the same time, his suspicions are aroused by a beautiful neighbor (Rachel Weisz) and the over-eager would-be suitor (Tom Hughes) pursuing her; and struggles to repair his relationship with his daughter (Felicity Jones). read more

Case Histories Season 41, Episode 27

Adapted from Kate Atkinson's "When Will There Be Good News?," this episode of "Case Histories" finds Scottish P.I. Jackson Brodie (Jason Isaacs) acquiring a teen partner (Gwyneth Keyworth) who wants him to find her missing employer in exchange for having saved his life after he's involved in a train wreck. In other events, Marcus is drawn into an infidelity case that Brodie's been trying to shake; and, while recouping in the hospital from his injuries, Brodie blurts a startling truth to Louise. read more

Case Histories Season 41, Episode 26

The second "Case Histories" finds Jackson the lone witness to a possible drowning in the Firth of Forth, but has little to go on beyond the victim's earrings. In other events, a crime novelist (Adam Godley) intervenes in a case of road rage; a comatose crook's wife and dominatrix unexpectedly bond; and Jackson isn't sure he'll sign the necessary papers so that his daughter can move to New Zealand with her mother. Adapted from Kate Atkinson's "One Good Turn." read more

Case Histories Season 41, Episode 25

The first of three engrossing "Case Histories" adapted from the popular Kate Atkinson novels finds Edinburgh, Scotland, private investigator Jackson Brodie (Jason Isaacs) looking into a 30-year-old missing-persons case; investigating the murder of a young woman; and locating the niece of a seductress. A stellar soundtrack of Americana music accents the mystery. read more

Inspector Lewis: The Gift of Promise Season 41, Episode 24

In "Inspector Lewis: The Gift of Promise," Lewis and Fox investigate a brutal bludgeoning that, at first blush, appears to be a simple blackmail plot gone bad. Upon closer inspection, however, the case may be something far more dark and sinister. read more

Inspector Lewis: The Mind Has Mountains Season 41, Episode 23

"Inspector Lewis: The Mind Has Mountains" finds Lewis and Hathaway attempting to determine whether the death of a college student is connected to her participation in a clinical drug study. read more

Inspector Lewis: Wild Justice Season 41, Episode 22

In "Inspector Lewis: Wild Justice," Lewis and Hathaway investigate the poisoning at a religious college of an American female bishop, whom they suspect was slain for her progressive views. Their hunch is upended, however, when two additional murders follow, forcing them to develop a new theory for the case. read more

Inspector Lewis: Old, Unhappy, Far Off Things Season 41, Episode 21

"Inspector Lewis: Old, Unhappy, Far Off Things" finds Lewis and Hathaway investigating a murder that occurred during a reunion at an all-female Oxford college. Complicating matters: It may be linked to a similar, decade-old incident that also occurred at the college and was also investigated by Lewis. read more

Zen: Ratking Season 41, Episode 20

In "Ratking," Zen is assigned to the kidnapping of a wealthy industrialist and political party funder whom the Ministry of Justice wants returned alive at any cost. In other events, Zen's burgeoning affair with Tania is threatened by their new boss, who's a stickler for regulations, including the one against workplace romances. read more

Zen: Cabal Season 41, Episode 19

"Cabal." Zen investigates the death of a disgraced aristocrat who either jumped off a bridge or was pushed---possibly because of his plan to reveal the existence of a shadowy organization called the Cabal---while balancing the demands of superiors. A Justice Ministry official wants a suicide ruling, but a female prosecutor believes it should be classified a murder. At the same time, Zen deals with the prosecutor's advances and, like Tania, has difficulties putting his failed marriage to rest. read more

Zen: Vendetta Season 41, Episode 18

In "Vendetta," suave Italian police detective Aurelio Zen (Rufus Sewell) reinvestigates a closed murder case. His boss insists that he confirm the original outcome while a justice official orders him---for political reasons---to reach another conclusion. Meanwhile, a psychopathic killer has targeted him for daring to send him to jail years earlier; and he finds himself attracted to the chief's married assistant (Caterina Murino). read more

Miss Marple: The Pale Horse Season 41, Episode 17

In "The Pale Horse," Miss Marple (Julia McKenzie) investigates the brutal murder of an old friend. The case leads her to an inn that houses an odd assortment of staff and guests, including a proprietor (Pauline Collins) who claims to use black magic. read more

Poirot: Hallowe'en Party Season 41, Episode 16

In "Hallowe'en Party," Poirot and Ariadne Oliver (Zoë Wanamaker) investigate the drowning death of a girl at a Halloween party who had claimed to have witnessed a murder years earlier. read more

Poirot: The Clocks Season 41, Episode 15

In "The Clocks," Poirot assists a Royal Navy lieutenant Colin Race (Tom Burke) with a murder investigation in which Race, whose fiancée was recently slain, and the suspect (Jaime Winstone) are growing increasingly close. The case presents a puzzle for Poirot, as four clocks in the room where the body was found are frozen on the same time (4:13), the victim has yet to be identified and possible witnesses deny seeing anything. read more

Poirot: Three Act Tragedy Season 41, Episode 14

"Three Act Tragedy." Hercule Poirot attends the party of a friend (Martin Shaw) where a guest dies an apparent natural death. His suspicion is raised weeks later, however, when an affair attended by many of the same guests is marred by a similar death. read more

South Riding Season 41, Episode 13

The conclusion of "South Riding" finds Robert facing difficulties due to his stand against political corruption. Sarah, meanwhile, faces a crisis of her own. read more

South Riding Season 41, Episode 12

Part 2 of 3 of "South Riding" finds Robert in danger of losing his estate due to family medical bills. As a result, he heads to Manchester in hopes of finding work; and, while there, runs into Sarah. read more

South Riding Season 41, Episode 11

Part 1 of a three-part adaptation of Winifred Holtby's 1936 novel "South Riding," about a teacher (Anna Maxwell Martin) who returns home to Yorkshire to apply for the headmistress position at a girls' school; and butts heads with a landowner (David Morrissey), who dislikes her social agenda and pacifist views. read more

Upstairs Downstairs Season 41, Episode 10

The "Upstairs Downstairs" conclusion finds Hallam thrust into a national crisis when the Duke of Kent asks for his help; and making a shocking discovery about his past. Meanwhile, Agnes fears the arrival of her baby; Persie toys with fascism; and the servants fret about the silent Lotte. read more

Upstairs Downstairs Season 41, Episode 9

Part 2 of 3 of "Upstairs Downstairs" finds Hallam's diplomatic skills tested by Lady Agnes and Maud, whose relationship has yet to thaw. Meanwhile, a Jewish-German refugee (Helen Bradbury) is hired as a maid; and Lady Persie falls under the sway of a British fascist politician. read more

Upstairs Downstairs Season 41, Episode 8

Part 1 of 3. The continuation of "Upstairs Downstairs" begins in 1936, six years after the classic 1970s' series left off, with Sir Hallam and Agnes Holland (Ed Stoppard, Keeley Hawes) moving into the Bellamy family's former residence, 165 Eaton Place. To staff the house, Agnes turns to a domestic employment agency run by Rose Buck (original series star Jean Marsh), who worked for the family as a parlor maid. The new staff is put to the test during a party that could end Hallam's career. read more

Any Human Heart (Episode 3) Season 41, Episode 7

The involving "Any Human Heart" concludes with Logan back in London, low on cash and subsisting on a diet that includes dog food. All is not lost, however: He applies for a job with a hospital lobby group that, it turns out, is actually a terrorist cell. He also reunites with Gloria (Kim Cattrall) and inherits a villa in the French countryside, where he eventually moves. While there, he makes a new friend (Valerie Kaprisky) and sorts through his memories while trying to write a new novel. read more

Any Human Heart (Episode 2) Season 41, Episode 6

Part 2 of 3 of "Any Human Heart" finds Logan happy in his marriage to Freya; and, after WWII begins, recruited by old friend Ian Fleming (Tobias Menzies) to Naval Intelligence, where his duties include spying on the duke and duchess of Windsor (Tom Hollander, Gillian Anderson) and parachuting into Switzerland. Returning from the war, he faces a personal tragedy; and, 10 years hence, finds himself working at an NYC art gallery, remarried, drinking too much and seeing a shrink (Richard Schiff). read more

Any Human Heart (Episode 1) Season 41, Episode 5

Part 1 of 3 of the absorbing "Any Human Heart," adapted by William Boyd from his 2002 novel, about the eventful life of writer, lover, art dealer and spy Logan Mountstuart (played, at various ages, by Sam Claflin, Matthew Macfadyen and Jim Broadbent). Part 1 opens with the elderly Logan sifting through memories, beginning in the 1920s, when he pursued literature and the ladies at Oxford. In time, he achieves success as a novelist, travels abroad and is befriended by Hemingway (Julien Ovenden). read more

Downton Abbey, Episode 4 Season 41, Episode 4

The conclusion of "Downton Abbey" finds a surprising possible heir alternative to Matthew coming to the fore; Sybil's secret political life causing her harm; Anna investigating Mr. Bates' past while in London with Mrs. Patmore, who needs eye surgery; Mary meddling with Edith's romantic plans; and Thomas planning his exit strategy. read more

Downton Abbey, Episode 3 Season 41, Episode 3

Part 3 of 4 of "Downton Abbey." The rivalry between Mary and Edith reaches a fever pitch. In other events, Thomas and O'Brien plot against Mr. Bates while Anna's fondness for him grows; and Lady Violet's long winning streak at the annual flower show is threatened. read more

Downton Abbey, Episode 2 Season 41, Episode 2

Part 2 of 4 of "Downton Abbey" finds Mary entertaining three suitors, including a Turkish diplomat. In other events, much to his dismay, the former life of Mr. Carson is revealed; Mr. Bates risks his health in order to keep his post of valet; and the maid Gwen's aspirations for a profession beyond service become known. read more

Downton Abbey, Episode 1 Season 41, Episode 1

The "Masterpiece" season premiere features the engrossing "Downton Abbey," a four-part drama that begins in 1912, when the sinking of the Titanic punctures the succession plans of Lord Grantham (Hugh Bonneville), the father of three daughters, and inspires his wife (Elizabeth McGovern) and mother (Maggie Smith) to push him to separate his title from his estate, which are legally entailed to pass only to a man. The search settles on a young solicitor (Dan Stevens) unaccustomed to tawny trappings. read more

Framed Season 40, Episode 44

"Framed" is about the move of the National Gallery's art collection to a Wales mine for safekeeping (a la WWII) due to a plumbing disaster. Trevor Eve stars as a stodgy curator whose world is upended by a local teacher (Eve Myles) whose idea of art differs from his. At the same time, he forms an attachment to a young boy (Sam Davies) whose financially distressed family has fallen on even harder times since his father left. Adapted by Frank Cottrell Boyce from his popular children's book. read more

Lennon Naked Season 40, Episode 33

Christopher Eccleston is terrific in the title role of "Lennon Naked," which charts John Lennon's transition from moptop to rock icon in the late 1960s. It explores his relationship with his father (Christopher Fairbank), who abandoned him when he was 6 only to reenter his life in 1964; his failing relationship with first wife Cynthia; his relationship with Yoko; and his therapy with primal scream-originator Arthur Janov, which inspired his classic "John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band" 1970 album. read more

Sherlock: The Great Game Season 40, Episode 32

"Sherlock: The Great Game" finds Holmes challenged by a deranged bomber who straps his devices onto innocent people, before having them call the detective with a series of difficult mysteries to solve before he frees them, including a 20-year-old murder and a case involving a lost painting worth millions of pounds. read more

Sherlock: The Blind Banker Season 40, Episode 31

In "Sherlock: The Blind Banker," Holmes and Watson investigate a bank break-in that resulted in nothing stolen, but strange graffiti left behind. The case leads to the discovery of a dead banker inside his locked flat that the police, though not Holmes, suspect was a suicide. In other matters, Watson applies for a part-time job and goes on a date, though---thanks to Holmes---the evening doesn't go as planned. read more

Sherlock: A Study in Pink Season 40, Episode 30

The witty "Sherlock: A Study in Pink" reimagines the Arthur Conan Doyle sleuth as a "high-functioning sociopath" (Benedict Cumberbatch) in modern-day London who draws potential flatmate Watson (Martin Freeman), an Afghanistan War vet, into his orbit when they're paired together as potential flatmates by a mutual acquaintance. The pair's first case: suicides that stump Insp. Lestrade (Rupert Graves). Watson also meets a mysterious man who calls himself Sherlock's "arch-enemy." read more

Wallander: The Fifth Woman Season 40, Episode 29

The suspenseful "Wallander: The Fifth Woman" finds the Swedish cop investigating a possible serial killer, whose brutal murders of older men amount to "public executions," while facing the barren landscape that's become his life. As his faltering father tells him, "you don't look at the world, you just drive straight through it." The point's further driven home during an unexpected reunion with his ex-wife and the case itself; even the victims, who bullied women, weren't as alone as he is. read more

Wallander: The Man Who Smiled Season 40, Episode 28

The rewarding "Wallander: The Man Who Smiled" finds the cop on leave and battling a major depression in the aftermath of having killed a man, and investigating the circumstances surrounding a friend's father's death, a request he initially rebuffed but, after his friend's apparent suicide, feels compelled to complete. The case leads to a philanthropist (Rupert Graves) and two persons trying to blackmail him, and unfolds at a languid pace that mirrors the lifting of Wallander's depression. read more

Wallander: Faceless Killers Season 40, Episode 27

The taut "Wallander: Faceless Killers" finds the weary Swedish cop(Kenneth Branagh) with his hands full: his dad is slipping further into dementia, he has mixed feelings about his daughter's Syrian beau, and he's working the slaying of an elderly couple at their isolated home. To make matters worse, the dying woman's last utterance has been leaked to the press as "foreign" (though she may well have said "farm"), leading to vigilante reprisals against migrant workers. read more

Inspector Lewis: Falling Darkness Season 40, Episode 26

"Inspector Lewis: Falling Darkness" finds Lewis and Hathaway investigating several murders that share a curious connection: their pathologist Laura Hobson (Clare Holman). Rupert Graves guest stars. read more

Inspector Lewis: Your Sudden Death Question Season 40, Episode 25

"Inspector Lewis: Your Sudden Death Question" finds Lewis and Hathaway investigating the slaying of a quiz-competition contestant on the Oxford campus during the August bank holiday weekend. read more

Inspector Lewis: Dark Matter Season 40, Episode 24

"Inspector Lewis: Dark Matter," in which Lewis and Hathaway investigate the slaying of the Gresham College master, an astronomy buff whose body was found near the university's observatory. read more

Inspector Lewis: The Dead of Winter Season 40, Episode 23

In "Inspector Lewis: The Dead of Winter," the investigation into a murder that occurred on a tour bus leads Lewis and Hathaway to a sprawling Oxford estate where Hathaway lived as a child. Nathaniel Parker ("Inspector Lynley Mysteries") guest stars as a house guest with close ties to the estate owner's wife. read more

Inspector Lewis: Counter Culture Blues Season 40, Episode 22

"Inspector Lewis: Counter Culture Blues," in which Lewis---while on a disturbance call---discovers that a rock star (Joanna Lumley) believed to have died decades before is alive, plotting a comeback and possibly connected to the murder of a teenage boy whose body was found by a railway track. read more

Poirot: Appointment With Death Season 40, Episode 20

"Poirot: Appointment With Death" finds Hercule Poirot in the Middle East for an archaeological excursion with Lord Boynton (Tim Curry), whose rich, overbearing wife (Cheryl Campbell) is soon found stabbed to death. Suspects abound, from the three adoptive children she bullied, their prospective suitors and possibly, according to travel writer Dame Celia Westholme (Elizabeth McGovern), white slavers. read more

Poirot: The Third Girl Season 40, Episode 19

"Poirot: The Third Girl," in which Poirot investigates the blood-soaked death of a former nanny. A troubled young heiress (Jemima Rooper) claims responsibility for the deed, but the sleuth doubts her guilt. Crime novelist and old friend Ariadne Oliver (Zoë Wanamaker) lends a hand in the case, which finds Poirot setting a trap in hopes of solving the mystery. read more

Poirot: Murder on the Orient Express Season 40, Episode 18

Agatha Christie's "Murder on the Orient Express," in which a London-bound Hercule Poirot (David Suchet) investigates the death of an American businessman (Toby Jones)---who'd asked him for protection---on a train that's stuck in a snowdrift. He's aided in the investigation by an amateur sleuth (Samuel West) and the railway director (Serge Hazanavicius). read more

Agatha Christie's Miss Marple: The Blue Geranium Season 40, Episode 17

"Miss Marple: The Blue Geranium," about the murder of wealthy Mary Pritchard (Sharon Small) in the village of Little Ambrose, where Marple's visiting old friend Rev. Milewater (David Calder), shortly after the unexplained death of a young man whom Marple had met on the bus ride to the town. read more

Agatha Christie's Miss Marple: The Secret of Chimneys Season 40, Episode 16

"Miss Marple: The Secret of Chimneys," in which a weekend party hosted by Lord Caterham (Edward Fox) and attended by Marple (Julia McKenzie) leads to intrigue after one of the guests, Austrian count Ludwig Von Stainach (Anthony Higgins), goes missing. Complicating matters: The search reveals a decades-old murder that may be linked to the theft of a rare diamond. read more

Agatha Christie's Miss Marple: The Mirror Crack'd From Side to Side Season 40, Episode 15

"Miss Marple: The Mirror Crack'd From Side to Side," in which Marple and Hewitt are on the case after a woman dies from a poisoned daiquiri at a benefit hosted by a star actress (Lindsay Duncan) and her director-husband (Nigel Harman), who've just moved to St. Mary Mead from Hollywood. read more

Foyle's War: The Hide Season 40, Episode 14

"Foyle's War: The Hide" finds the newly retired Foyle involving himself in the case of a local man who's been condemned to death for collaborating with the Nazis during the war. In other events, Sam and Adam learn that they make an excellent team while working to save their rooming house. read more

Foyle's War: Killing Time Season 40, Episode 13

In "Foyle's War: Killing Time," tension results when black U.S. soldiers waiting to be sent home aren't welcomed by the locals. Complicating matters: a mixed-race baby raised by its English mother---and a brutal murder. read more

Foyle's War: The Russian House Season 40, Episode 12

Set in the aftermath of VE Day, "Foyle's War: The Russian House" finds the veteran police officer ready to retire but unable to do so because of a crime wave. Complicating matters even more: Foyle's assigned to catch an escaped Russian POW whose reason for fleeing becomes abundantly clear. read more

Small Island Season 40, Episode 11

The conclusion of the affecting "Small Island" picks up after WWII with Gilbert involved in a racist run-in and Hortense dealt a setback to her aspirations. Queenie, meanwhile, hides her pregnancy from everyone, including Bernard, who returns after a long absence wanting to evict the boarders. In other events, Hortense struggles with learning how to cook and to prepare British cuisine, and slowly begins to realize that there's more to Gilbert than she thought. read more

Small Island Season 40, Episode 10

Part 1 of a well-acted, two-part adaptation of Andrea Levy's "Small Island," about Jamaicans and Londoners during and after WWII. The drama opens in 1948 with the proud Hortense (Naomie Harris) arriving in London from her native Jamaica to find it nothing like she imagined, then flashes back to what led her to the present moment, including her marriage to a fellow Jamaican (David Oyelowo). Ruth Wilson costars as their landlady Queenie, who married for convenience, not love. read more

The Diary of Anne Frank Season 40, Episode 9

The powerful "The Diary of Anne Frank" dramatizes the two years that the Jewish teenager, her family and four others hid in a secret annex above her father's office in Nazi-occupied Amsterdam. Ellie Kendrick is mesmerizing as the intense, headstrong teen, who copes with confinement by chronicling daily life in her diary. The strong cast also features Iain Glen as her optimistic father, Tasmin Greig as her mother, with whom Anne often disagrees, and Felicity Jones as her reserved sister Margot. read more

Sharpe's Peril Season 40, Episode 8

In "Sharpe's Peril," the British lieutenant colonel and buddy Harper undertake what they think will be a simple mission in India: escorting the fiancée (Beatrice Rosen) of a major (Pascal Langdale). It's not to be, of course, as bandits attack them, forcing them to make an alliance with a rag-tag group that's led by a boy-soldier (Luke Ward Wilkinson). Barabbas Hakeswill: Amit Behl. read more

Sharpe's Challenge Season 40, Episode 7

"Sharpe's Challenge" finds the retired soldier Sharpe (Sean Bean) returning to action in order to rescue old pal Harper (Daragh O'Malley), who went missing while investigating a rebellious maharaja (Karan Panthaky) in India. Soon, Sharpe discovers that the rebellion is being stoked by the previous maharaja's consort (Padma Lakshmi) and a rogue British officer (Toby Stephens), who's complicated matters even further by holding the general's daughter (Lucy Brown) captive. read more

The 39 Steps Season 40, Episode 6

A suspenseful adaptation of John Buchan's thriller "The 39 Steps," about former intelligence officer Richard Hannay (Rupert Penry-Jones), who's pursued by the police for a murder he didn't commit and German agents in the weeks leading up to WWI. After a secret agent (Eddie Marsan) hands him a coded notebook, Hannay is targeted by friends and foe alike, but finds an ally in suffragette Victoria Sinclair (Lydia Leonard), who soon joins him on the run. read more

Emma Season 40, Episode 5

The conclusion of "Emma" finds Emma and friends enjoying a picnic on Box Hill, but the outing turns cold when Mr. Knightley scolds her for insulting Miss Bates. Later, she faces up to a deceit by Frank Churchill and realizes whom she really loves, but fears she's lost him through her behavior. Of course, she hasn't. A marriage offer is in the offing, but her aging father, who doesn't wish to be left alone, isn't so sure he can abide by the arrangement. read more

Emma Season 40, Episode 4

Part 2 of 3 of "Emma" finds Emma attracted to the dashing Frank Churchill (Rupert Evans). Mr. Knightley, meanwhile, may be courting Jane Fairfax, who received a piano from a mysterious benefactor. read more

Emma Season 40, Episode 3

Part 1 of 3. A handsome production of Jane Austen's "Emma," starring Romola Garai as the somewhat clueless title character, who sets out to make a quality match for a pretty orphan (Louise Dylan). Mr. Knightley (Jonny Lee Miller) has his doubts, however. read more

Return to Cranford Season 40, Episode 2

The conclusion of "Return to Cranford" features embezzlement and a train chase, as well as a possible romance between Peggy (Jodie Whittaker) and an aspiring engineer (Tom Hiddleston). In other events, visiting aristocrat Lady Glenmire (Celia Imrie) may not receive a warm welcome from the local ladies. read more

Return to Cranford Season 40, Episode 1

Part 1 of 2. "Return to Cranford," the "Masterpiece Classic" season premiere, features the further adventures of "Cranford" characters, including Miss Matty (Judi Dench), who finds herself in a confrontation with the railroad. In other events, Lady Ludlow (Francesca Annis) welcomes home her son Septimus (Rory Kinnear), who turns Cranford upside down. read more

Collision Season 39, Episode 45

The conclusion of the riveting "Collision" takes some surprising turns, including one involving the reason furniture-van driver Danny Rampton fled from the scene of the accident. Tolin and Stallwood, meanwhile, follow up on the corporate-espionage case and learn what piano teacher Sidney Norris had hidden on his computer. In other events, Jane agrees to travel abroad with Richard and Brian tells his wife what happened with her mother. read more

Collision Season 39, Episode 44

Part 1 of 2. The engrossing "Collision," about a multi-vehicle accident on a British highway that left two dead, opens with D.I. John Tolin (Douglas Henshall) taking on the investigation, which finds him partnered with a former lover (Kate Ashfield). The two reconstruct what happened while investigating the drivers, including one who went missing from the crash site. The drama also delves into the lives of the survivors and a rest-stop waitress (Lucy Griffiths) who's pursued by one. read more

Place of Execution Season 39, Episode 33

The startling conclusion of "Place of Execution" finds Catherine (Juliet Stevenson) fired from the documentary on George Bennett's first major case, the disappearance of a teen girl some 45 years earlier, yet still pursuing leads as to what happened. To that end, she looks up the police sergeant (Dave Hill) who assisted him in the investigation. She also finds herself caring as best she can for her daughter (Elizabeth Day), whom she's brought with her on the investigation. read more

Place of Execution Season 39, Episode 32

Part 1 of 2 of "Place of Execution," about a TV journalist (Juliet Stevenson) whose piece on a high-profile police official leads her to question the results of his first big case, the disappearance of a 13-year-old girl some 45 years earlier. Old George Bennett: Philip Jackson. D.I. George Bennett: Lee Ingleby. Philip Hawkin: Greg Wise. read more

Endgame Season 39, Episode 31

"Endgame," about the negotiations that led to the end of apartheid in South Africa, which were instigated by a British businessman (Jonny Lee Miller) and featured Afrikaner academic Will Esterhuyse (William Hurt) and ANC representative Thabo Mbeki (Chiwetel Ejiofor). Rudolf Agnew: Derek Jacobi. Dr. Niel Barnard: Mark Strong. Nelson Mandela: Clarke Peters. read more

Inspector Lewis: The Point of Vanishing Season 39, Episode 30

"Inspector Lewis: The Point of Vanishing," about a death-by-drowning linked to an old murder attempt on Oxford don-celebrity atheist Tom Rattenbury (Julian Wadham) that left Rattenbury's daughter in a wheelchair. Jessica: Ophelia Lovibond. Cecile: Jenny Seagrove. read more

Inspector Lewis: Quality of Mercy Season 39, Episode 29

"Inspector Lewis: Quality of Mercy." Lewis and Hathaway are on the case after a talented young actor is slain with a prop knife during a student production of Shakespeare's "The Merchant of Venice." The investigation also unearths information that hits Lewis close to home. read more

Inspector Lewis: Allegory of Love Season 39, Episode 28

In "Inspector Lewis: Allegory of Love," Lewis and Hathaway investigate the slaying of a Czech barmaid that seems to replicate a murder in a book, but the author (Tom Mison) claims ignorance of the crime. The sleuthing is aided by two clues found at the murder scene: a blood-stained note and a broken antique mirror. Alice Wishart: Cara Horgan. read more

Inspector Lewis: The Great and the Good Season 39, Episode 27

In "Inspector Lewis: The Great and the Good," the investigation of an assault on a teenage girl leads to a suspect who seemingly has a solid alibi. courtesy of three elite members of the Oxford community. Oswald Cooper: Jason Watkins. Jessamine Matthews: Emily Bruni. read more

Inspector Lewis: Life Born of Fire Season 39, Episode 26

In "Inspector Lewis: Life Born of Fire," the detective inspector investigates a possible serial killer who may be targeting members of a religious group called the Garden that claims to offer guidance to lost souls. His digging unearths the group's questionable purpose, a suspect and a connection to none other than Hathaway. Rev. King: Ian McNeice. Will McEwan: Phillip Battley. Henry McEwan: Matthew Marsh. read more

Inspector Lewis: Music to Die For Season 39, Episode 25

"Inspector Lewis: Music to Die For" finds Lewis and Hathaway investigating the death of an Oxford don, which leads them to an illegal, no-rules boxing ring. The case unearths old ties to the former East Germany's secret police and a link to Lewis' mentor, Insp. Morse. Jack Roth: Bradley James. Sarah Kriel: Joanna Christie. Ann Kriel: Rachel Blake. read more

Inspector Lewis: And the Moonbeams Kiss the Sea Season 39, Episode 24

In "Inspector Lewis: And the Moonbeams Kiss the Sea," the investigation into two murders and stolen rare books leads Lewis and Hathaway to a treatment center for gambling addicts and two artists. Sandra Walters: Haydn Gwynne. Jeffreys: Ian Burfield. Jane Evans: Jeany Spark. read more

Miss Marple: Why Didn't They Ask Evans? Season 39, Episode 23

"Miss Marple: Why Didn't They Ask Evans?" finds Marple teaming with a young adventurer (Sean Biggerstaff) and a socialite (Georgia Moffett) to unravel the meaning of a dying man's last words. Sylvia Savage: Samantha Bond. read more

Miss Marple: They Do It With Mirrors Season 39, Episode 22

Joan Collins guest stars in "Miss Marple: They Do It With Mirrors," in which Marple investigates a murder that occurs during the rehearsal of an amateur show. Carrie Louise Serrocold: Penelope Wilton. Lewis Serrocold: Brian Cox. read more

Miss Marple: Murder Is Easy Season 39, Episode 21

In "Miss Marple: Murder Is Easy," a fellow train passenger (Sylvia Syms) confides in Marple that several recent deaths in her village were, in her opinion, murders. Marple decides to take up the case after the woman dies in what appears to be a tragic accident. Luke Fitzwilliam: Benedict Cumberbatch. Jessie Humbleby: Jemma Redgrave. George Rogers: Steven Hartley. read more

Miss Marple: A Pocket Full of Rye Season 39, Episode 20

In "Miss Marple: A Pocket Full of Rye," Julia McKenzie assumes the role of Agatha Christie's spinster sleuth, who investigates murders that seem to mimic the nursey rhyme "Sing a Song of Sixpence"---of a businessman, his wife and their maid. Lance: Rupert Graves. Elaine: Hattie Morahan. Percival: Ben Miles. read more

Poirot: Mrs. McGinty's Dead Season 39, Episode 19

In "Poirot: Mrs. McGinty's Dead," at the request of the investigating officer, the Belgian sleuth looks into the small-town case of a lodger (Joe Absolom) convicted of murdering his landlady and discovers it's not as open-and-shut as it seemed. Along the way, Poirot runs into famed crime novelist (Zoë Wanamaker). Mrs. Rendell: Amanda Root. Maude: Sarah Smart. read more

Poirot: Cat Among the Pigeons Season 39, Episode 18

"Poirot: Cat Among the Pigeons" finds the Belgian sleuth Hercule Poirot assisting in a case with international overtones: the murders of teachers at a girls' school harboring a Middle Eastern princess (Amara Karan) from anti-monarch revolutionaries. Miss Bulstrode: Harriet Walter. Insp. Kelsey: Anton Lesser. read more

Wallander: One Step Behind Season 39, Episode 17

The suspenseful "Wallander: One Step Behind" finds a sleep-deprived Wallander's eyes widened when the investigation into the Midsummer Eve's disappearance-murder of three young people is followed by the slaying of a colleague. Linda: Jeany Spark. Lillmor Norman: Samantha Best. read more

Wallander: Firewall Season 39, Episode 16

The labyrinth "Wallander: Firewall" finds the Swedish police detective (Kenneth Branagh) investigating the murder of a cabbie by two teens and the death of a computer-systems analyst. At the same time, his daughter sets him up on an Internet dating site that matches the cop with a divorced woman (Orla Brady) who encourages him to open up about his life and work. read more

Wallander: Sidetracked Season 39, Episode 15

The gritty and engrossing "Wallander: Sidetracked" stars Kenneth Branagh as Swedish crime author Henning Mankell's scruffy police detective Kurt Wallander, who investigates a 15-year-old girl's self-immolation and several ax murders targeting members of Sweden's high society, all while trying to find time for his aging father (David Warner). Linda Wallander: Jeany Spark. Anne-Britt Hoglund: Sarah Smart. Nyberg: Richard McCabe. read more

The Old Curiosity Shop Season 39, Episode 14

Charles Dickens' "The Old Curiosity Shop," about an orphan girl (Sophie Vavasseur) whose kind grandfather (Derek Jacobi), owner of a knickknack shop, is in debt to the unsavory loan shark-solicitor Quilp (Toby Jones) due to a gambling habit. Samson Brass: Adam Godley. Dick Swiveller: Geoff Breton. Mrs. Jarley: Zoe Wanamaker. read more

Little Dorrit Season 39, Episode 13

The conclusion of Charles Dickens' "Little Dorrit" finds a confused Mr. Dorrit believing he's still in the Marshalsea while attending a fancy masked ball. Amy moves to England, where she moves in with Fanny and Sparkler and bumps into Arthur, whose fortune is threatened when Merdle's investment scheme collapses. read more

Little Dorrit Season 39, Episode 12

Part 4 of 5 of "Little Dorrit" finds Arthur in search of the wretched Rigaud, whom Arthur's mother is suspected of murdering. At the same time, along with Mr. Dorrit and many others, he invests in Merdle's bank. read more

Little Dorrit Season 39, Episode 11

Part 3 of 5 of "Little Dorrit." The lives of the Dorrit clan, especially William's, are dramatically changed by information uncovered by Pancks (Eddie Marsan). Meanwhile, the awful Rigaud (Andy Serkis) begins an extortion scheme against Mrs. Clennam. read more

Little Dorrit Season 39, Episode 10

Part 2 of 5 of "Little Dorrit" finds Amy receiving a marriage proposal from John Chivery (Russell Tovey), the son of the head jailer; Arthur competing for the affections of Pet Meagles (Georgia King); and Fanny leading on playboy Edmund Sparkler (Sebastian Armesto). read more

Little Dorrit Season 39, Episode 9

This well-acted, five-part adaptation of Charles Dickens' "Little Dorrit" opens in 1820s England with young Amy Dorrit (Claire Foy), whose father has been in a debtors' prison for 25 years, accepting a seamstress job with stern shut-in Mrs. Clennam (Judy Parfitt). The kind act, meanwhile, arouses the suspicion of the woman's son Arthur (Matthew Macfadyen), who's just returned from two decades abroad. William Dorrit: Tom Courtenay. Jeremiah Flintwitch: Alun Armstrong. read more

Oliver Twist Season 39, Episode 6

"Oliver Twist" concludes with Oliver (William Miller) cared for by Nancy (Sophie Okenedo) after he's shot during a botched burglary and unaware that his existence has sparked a fight between some who wish to save him and others who want him dead. Fagin: Timothy Spall. Sikes: Tom Hardy. Artful Dodger: Adam Arnold. read more

Oliver Twist Season 39, Episode 5

Part 1 of a two-part adaptation of Charles Dickens' "Oliver Twist" finds orphaned Oliver (William Miller) banished from a workhouse after asking for more food. He heads to London, where he falls in with a band of boy-thieves led by the colorful Fagin (Timothy Spall). Artful Dodger: Adam Arnold. Bill Sikes: Tom Hardy. Nancy: Sophie Okonedo. read more

Wuthering Heights Season 39, Episode 4

The conclusion of "Wuthering Heights" finds Heathcliff (Tom Hardy), after a long absence, returning as a rich man to his boyhood home. Still pained by his love for Cathy (Charlotte Riley), he seeks revenge on those he believes wronged him. Linton: Tom Payne. Catherine: Rebecca Night. Hareton: Andrew Hawley. read more

Wuthering Heights Season 39, Episode 3

Part 1 of 2. An adaptation of Emily Bronte's classic "Wuthering Heights" opens with Heathcliff (Tom Hardy), a gypsy adopted by the Earnshaw family, falling in love with his open-hearted stepsister Cathy (Charlotte Riley) while growing up even though he has a rival (Andrew Lincoln) for her affection. His relationship with stepbrother Hindley (Burn Gorman), meanwhile, is anything but pleasant, as the boy views him as a rival. Isabella: Rosalind Halstead. read more

Tess of the D'Urbervilles Season 39, Episode 2

The conclusion of "Tess of the D'Urbervilles" finds Tess (Gemma Arterton) telling Angel (Eddie Redmayne) about Alec (Hans Matheson) on their wedding night, which doesn't sit well with Angel. Later, while Angel attempts to start a new life in Brazil, she works on a farm and fends off advances from Alec, who has taken a renewed interest in her after a chance meeting. read more

Tess of the D'Urbervilles Season 39, Episode 1

Part 1 of 2. The "Masterpiece Classic" season premiere features an adaptation of Thomas Hardy's classic "Tess of the D'Urbervilles," about a young woman (Gemma Arterton) who learns that, though her family is poor, she's descended from aristocrats. She takes a position with a family who purchased her ancestral name, D'Urbervilles, and she is preyed upon by Alec (Hans Matheson), the libertine son, from whom she flees. Ian Puleston-Davies: John Durbeyfield. Anna Massey: Mrs. D'Urberville. read more

The Unseen Alistair Cooke Season 38, Episode 32

A profile of longtime "Masterpiece Theatre" host Alistair Cooke (1908-2004) that's told in his own voice and that features 8mm home movies he began filming in 1933. Included: his relationships with Charlie Chaplin and Paulette Goddard; interviews with family and friends, including "Masterpiece" executive producer Rebecca Eaton. read more

Filth Season 38, Episode 31

The satirical "Filth" features a tremendous performance by Julie Walters as Mary Whitehouse, a real-life school teacher who founded a TV-watchdog group in 1960s Britain in an effort to stop the BBC from broadcasting what she saw as immoral programs. The BBC's modern-minded director-general, Sir Hugh Greene (Hugh Bonneville), will hear none of her complaints, however, and he winds up in Mrs. Whitehouse's crosshairs. Ernest: Alun Armstrong. Lord Charlie Hill: Ron Cook. read more

God on Trial Season 38, Episode 30

The provocative and powerful "God on Trial" finds a group of Jews at Auschwitz convening a rabbinical court to put the Lord on trial for breaking his covenant with them while waiting for the Nazis to come and take some of them to the gas chambers. Baumgarten: Stellan Skarsgard. Mordechai: Rupert Graves. Schmidt: Stephen Dillane. Kuhn: Jack Shepherd. read more

The Last Enemy Season 38, Episode 29

In the conclusion of "The Last Enemy," Stephen is sent to collect blood samples from the dying refugees to show that the vaccine was indeed contaminated, and seeks to expose what happened before the evidence vanishes. read more

The Last Enemy Season 38, Episode 28

Part 4 of 5 of "The Last Enemy" finds Stephen and Yasim searching for the truth about a hepatitis B vaccine that may have been contaminated; and Stephen thrust into homelessness when his identity is wiped out. read more

The Last Enemy Season 38, Episode 27

Part 3 of 5 of "The Last Enemy" finds Stephen and Yasim joining with rogue agent David Russell in order to unravel the bioweapons conspiracy and its possible link to TIA. read more

The Last Enemy Season 38, Episode 26

Part 2 of 5 of "The Last Enemy." Stephen tries to discover what killed the woman he found in his apartment; Yasim believes that Michael may have learned something he shouldn't prior to his death. read more

The Last Enemy Season 38, Episode 25

Part 1 of the five-part "Last Enemy," a fast-paced thriller about a mathematician (Benedict Cumberbatch) who's swept up in intrigue when, after years abroad, he returns to England for the funeral of his brother, a doctor killed in Afghanistan. Things turn odd when he arrives at his brother's flat to discover a seriously ill woman being tended to by his brother's wife (Anamaria Marinca), a Bosnian doctor; and odder yet the next day, when he's recruited to work with TIA (Total Information Agency). read more

The Shadow in the North Season 38, Episode 24

"The Shadow in the North" finds feisty Victorian sleuth Sally Lockhart (Billie Piper) discovering a common thread in a series of seemingly disparate events, including an investment gone wrong, a conjurer targeted by thugs and a clairvoyant's vision of a murder. Frederick Garland: JJ Feild. Nicholas Bedwell: David Harewood. Nellie Budd: Dona Croll. read more

The Inspector Lynley Mysteries: Know Thine Enemy Season 38, Episode 23

"The Inspector Lynley Mysteries: Know Thine Enemy" finds Lynley and Havers on the case of a possible serial killer after a suburban London schoolgirl turns up dead and another goes missing. Tania Thompson: Honeysuckle Weeks. Guy Thompson: James D'Arcy. read more

The Inspector Lynley Mysteries: Limbo Season 38, Episode 22

"The Inspector Lynley Mysteries: Limbo" finds Lynley, six months after the death of his wife, drawn into the 15-year-old mystery of his godson's abduction. The case takes him to Rome, where a tragedy occurs---and he's arrested for murder. Vivienne Oborne: Samantha Bond. Sam Oborne: Nicholas Farrell. DS Michelle Tate: Geraldine Somerville. read more

Foyle's War: All Clear Season 38, Episode 21

"Foyle's War: All Clear" finds DCS Foyle, in the final days of the war, serving on a committee created to keep a lid on the victory celebrations following the Germans' defeat. The murder of a fellow committee member, however, soon occupies his time; and leads him into waters that the Allies would prefer he not explore. Maj. John Kiefer: Jay Benedict. Andrew Foyle: Julien Ovenden. Dr. Henry Ziegler: John Ramm. Martin Longmate: Mark Bazeley. read more

Foyle's War: Broken Souls Season 38, Episode 20

In "Foyle's War: Broken Souls," the detective chief superintendent investigates the murder of an unpopular doctor at a psychiatric clinic for war veterans and the slaying of an escaped German POW. Sam, meanwhile, searches for a missing telegram-delivery boy. Dr. Josef Novak: Nicholas Woodeson. Iain Campbell: Duncan Bell. Tommy Crooks: Danny Worters. Fred Dawson: Joseph Mawle. read more

Foyle's War: Plan of Attack Season 38, Episode 19

In "Foyle's War: Plan of Attack," former DCS Foyle (Michael Kitchen) is in the midst of writing his memoirs when he's called out of retirement to investigate an airman's apparent suicide. DCS Meredith: Nicholas Day. Joyce Meredith: Elizabeth McKechnie. Father Martin Keppler: Martin Sinclair. Jane Hudson: Fiona Glascott. Adam Everitt: Vince Leigh. read more

Inspector Lewis: Expiation Season 38, Episode 18

In "Inspector Lewis: Expiation," Lewis probes the apparent suicide of an Oxford housewife (Emma Croft). Hugh Mallory: James Wilby. David Hayward: Vincent Regan. Louise Hayward: Lucy Robinson. read more

Inspector Lewis: Old School Ties Season 38, Episode 17

"Inspector Lewis: Old School Ties" finds Lewis and Hathaway investigating the murder of an Oxford student whose body was discovered in her hotel room. Prof. Weller: Don Gallagher. Chloe: Sarah Quintrell. Paul: Alex McSweeney. read more

Inspector Lewis: Whom the Gods Would Destroy Season 38, Episode 16

"Inspector Lewis: Whom the Gods Would Destroy" finds the former Insp. Morse sidekick (Kevin Whately) and DS Hathaway (Laurence Fox) investigating the death of a middle-aged Oxford graduate, whose body was discovered on his houseboat. Anne Sadikov: Anna Madeley. Prof. Gold: Anna Massey. Chief Superintendent Innocent: Rebecca Front. read more

Cranford Season 38, Episode 15

In the conclusion of "Cranford," Dr. Harrison (Simon Woods) is disgraced when it's discovered he's engaged to three women; Mr. Carter'is shocked by Lady Ludlow (Francesca Annis), who mortgaged her estate; and Matty (Judi Dench) is in financial peril after the bank collapses. Mr. Carter: Philip Glenister. Deborah: Eileen Atkins. read more

Cranford Season 38, Episode 14

Part 2 of 3 of "Cranford" finds a vagrant (Dean Lennox Kelly) blamed for a crime wave that includes a missing leg of mutton and a mugging. Also, Matty (Judi Dench) reunites with her long-ago suitor, Mr. Holbrook (Michael Gambon). Deborah: Eileen Atkins. read more

Cranford Season 38, Episode 13

A three-part adaptation of Elizabeth Gaskell's "Cranford," about life in an 1840s Cheshire village. Judi Dench and Eileen Atkins star as sisters Matty and Deborah Jenkyns who, in the opener, welcome an old friend (Lisa Dillon) to live with them. Also, the town's new doctor (Simon Woods) introduces new medical procedures and causes hearts to swoon; and a railroad headed Cranford's way causes some concern. Lady Ludlow: Francesca Annis. read more

My Boy Jack Season 38, Episode 12

David Haig wrote and stars in "My Boy Jack," a sobering, well-acted story of Rudyard Kipling (Haig) and his son (Daniel Radcliffe), whose efforts to join the British military prior to WWI are rejected (because of myopia) until his father intervenes. Sent to France, Jack takes part in "the greatest battle in the history of the world." Days later, a telegram arrives informing his family that he's missing, prompting his parents to seek the answer to his fate. Carrie Kipling: Kim Cattrall. read more

A Room With a View Season 38, Episode 11

E.M. Forster's "A Room With a View" stars Elaine Cassidy as Lucy, who's intrigued by working-class George (Timothy Spall) after he and his father (Rafe Spall) exchange rooms with her and chaperone Charlotte (Sophie Thompson) while vacationing in Italy. However, Charlotte whisks her away before anything too improper can happen. In England, Lucy becomes engaged to snobbish Cecil (Laurence Fox), but the match may be short-lived, after George and his dad move nearby. read more

Sense and Sensibility Season 38, Episode 10

In the conclusion of "Sense and Sensibility," Elinor's dismayed to learn that Edward is secretly engaged to another woman, and Marianne is shocked that Willoughby isn't happy to see her after she, Elinor and Mrs. Jennings travel to London. Later, Elinor learns disturbing news about Willoughby; Col. Brandon rescues Marianne during a rainstorm; and Edward visits Barton Cottage to see Elinor. Elinor: Hattie Morahan. Marianne: Charity Wakefield. Edward: Dan Stevens. Willoughby: Dominic Cooper. read more

Sense and Sensibility Season 38, Episode 9

Part 1 of 2. A sumptuous adaptation of Jane Austen's "Sense and Sensibility," about sisters Elinor and Marianne (Hattie Morahan, Charity Wakefield) in the late 18th century. Their lives are upended following their father's death when, at the behest of his wife, Fanny (Claire Skinner), half-brother John (Mark Gatiss)---who inherited their father's riches---backtracks on his vow to care for them and their mother (Janet McTeer). Edward Ferrars: Dan Stevens. Col. Brandon: David Morrissey. read more

Miss Austen Regrets Season 38, Episode 4

Passages from Jane Austen's letters and books spice "Miss Austen Regrets," which dramatizes the final years of her too-short life (1775-1817). Olivia Williams is perfect as free-spirited "spinster" Jane, who comes to terms with the lost loves of her past while advising a niece (Imogen Poots) about potential suitors; and, by chance, discovers a possible match for herself with a young doctor (Jack Huston).The outstanding supporting cast also includes Greta Scacchi as Jane's older sister Cassandra. read more

Mansfield Park Season 38, Episode 3

Billie Piper ("Doctor Who") stars in this adaptation of Jane Austen's "Mansfield Park" as Fanny Price, a young woman from a poor background who has been raised by her wealthy uncle and aunt. While growing up amidst her new family, she forms a tight bond with the second son, Edmund (Blake Ritson); is severely chastised by her uncle (Douglas Hodge) for turning down a marriage proposal; and finds true love. Henry Crawford: Joseph Beattie. Mary Crawford: Hayley Atwell. read more

Northanger Abbey Season 38, Episode 2

This adaptation of Jane Austen's "Northanger Abbey" features Felicity Jones as Catherine Morland, a gothic-novel afficiando whose vivid imagination leads her into trouble during a stay with the wealthy Tilney family at their medieval country house. At the same time, Catherine's budding romance with the younger son, Henry Tilney (J.J. Feild), is threatened. Isabella Thorpe: Carey Mulligan. John Thorpe: William Beck. Eleanor Tilney: Catherine Walker. read more

Persuasion Season 38, Episode 1

The venerable series "Masterpiece Theatre" changes its name but not its quality, delivering a solid adaptation of Jane Austen's "Persuasion," about 27-year-old Anne Elliot (Sally Hawkins), who's facing spinsterhood when a past love, the handsome Capt. Wentworth (Rupert Penry-Jones), reenters her life. The strong supporting cast includes Anthony Head ("Buffy the Vampire Slayer") as Anne's father, the crotchety Sir Walter Elliot. Gillian Anderson ("The X-Files") joins the franchise as a host. read more

The Amazing Mrs. Pritchard Season 37, Episode 12

In the conclusion of “The Amazing Mrs. Pritchard,” Ros is tempted to keep Ian's criminal past from the public; and is the subject of an attempted blackmail. Meanwhile, Catherine's affair with a younger man is falling apart. read more

The Amazing Mrs. Pritchard Season 37, Episode 11

Part 4 of 5 of “The Amazing Mrs. Pritchard” finds Ros implementing a new policy to combat global warming: banning unessential car traffic for one day a week. Elsewhere, Ros' chancellor, Catherine, learns that she's pregnant; and Ros discovers Ian's less-than-savory past. read more

The Amazing Mrs. Pritchard Season 37, Episode 10

Part 3 of 5 of “The Amazing Mrs. Pritchard” finds Ros, a year into her run as prime minister, tested when a Lithuanian plane crashes over London and one of her ministers is caught on camera in a drunken state. Also: A brewing scandal may bring down her government. read more

The Amazing Mrs. Pritchard Season 37, Episode 9

Part 2 of 5 of “The Amazing Mrs. Pritchard” finds the political honeymoon turning sour for Ros when her proposal to move the government seat stalls; a visiting dignitary is slain; and an impolitic photo of daughter Emily (Carey Mulligan) surfaces in Parliament. Also: Ian (Steven Mackintosh) reveals a secret to Emily. read more

The Amazing Mrs. Pritchard Season 37, Episode 8

Part 1 of the five-part "Amazing Mrs. Pritchard," about a British supermarket manager (Jane Horrocks) who, fed up with politicians, decides to run for parliament---and winds up prime minister. Ian: Steven Mackintosh. Miranda Lennox: Jodhi May. Catherine Walker: Janet McTeer. read more

The Inspector Lynley Mysteries: In the Blink of an Eye

"The Inspector Lynley Mysteries: In the Blink of an Eye" finds Lynley and Havers linking the murder of a paparazzo in London's Soho district to a 1995 Bosnian massacre. To help with the psychological aspects of the case, Lynley turns to his ex-wife, Helen (Catherine Russell), for help. read more

The Inspector Lynley Mysteries: Chinese Walls

"The Inspector Lynley Mysteries: Chinese Walls" finds Lynley and Havers investigating the seedy side of the Internet after a young barrister (Isabella Calthorpe), who was moonlighting on her sister's porn site, is murdered. Also: Lynley and his estranged wife (Catherine Russell) rekindle their relationship. Tony Wainwright: Samuel West. Deborah Proctor: Diana Hardcastle. Hester Reed: Lindsey Coulson. read more

The Inspector Lynley Mysteries: One Guilty Deed

"The Inspector Lynley Mysteries: One Guilty Deed" finds the reinstated Lynley joining Havers and DC Nkata as they close in on an organized-crime boss (Tom Georgeson) when their informant (David Hepple) is found murdered on the south coast. Although the slaying appears to be a contract killing, Havers has her doubts when she learns of a 20-year-old unsolved murder that occurred in the area. Carly Baker: Esther Hall. read more

The Inspector Lynley Mysteries: Natural Causes

“The Inspector Lynley Mysteries: Natural Causes” finds Lynley---who's on suspension---helping Havers and Det. Insp. Fiona Knight (Liza Tarbuck) with a drowning case. Havers: Sharon Small. read more

The Secret Life of Mrs. Beeton Season 37, Episode 7

“The Secret Life of Mrs. Beeton” relates the story of the Victorian Age's Martha Stewart, Isabella Beeton (Anna Madeley), the author of the popular 1861 tome “Mrs. Beeton's Book of Household Management” who died at the age of 28. Sam Beeton: JJ Feild. Anna Chancellor: Elizabeth Dorling. Jim Carter: Henry Dorling. Fred: Joseph Mawle. read more

The Wind in the Willows Season 37, Episode 6

A live-action adaptation of Kenneth Grahame's classic children's yarn “The Wind in the Willows,” which follows the adventures of Mr. Toad (Matt Lucas), who yearns to drive; and his pals Badger (Bob Hoskins), Ratty (Mark Gattis) and Mole (Lee Ingleby), who believe things would be better if he didn't. Jailor's Daughter: Anna Maxwell Martin. Barge Lady: Imelda Staunton. read more

Dracula Season 37, Episode 5

This adaptation of Bram Stoker's “Dracula” finds the Transylvanian vampire (Marc Warren) called to England by a lord (Dan Stevens), who thinks Dracula can cure syphilis. The lord has the disease but doesn't want to pass it to his fiancée, Lucy (Sophia Myles). Dr. Abraham Van Helsing: David Suchet. Mina Murray: Stephanie Leonidas. Jonathan Harker: Rafe Spall. . read more

The Ruby in the Smoke Season 37, Episode 4

Adapted from Philip Pullman's first novel about Sally Lockhart, a feisty, orphaned Victorian teen (Billie Piper), “The Ruby in the Smoke” finds her ferreting out information about her father's death; discovering cursed jewels; and facing off with a deadly villain. Along the way, she's helped by street-smart pal Jim (Matt Smith) and photographer Frederick (J.J. Field), who's besotted with her. Mrs. Holland: Julie Walters. Rosa Garland: Hayley Atwell. Adelaide: Chloe Walker. read more

Jane Eyre Season 37, Episode 2

The handsome, well-acted adaptation of Charlotte Bronte's “Jane Eyre” concludes. Jane (Ruth Wilson) accepts the marriage proposal of Rochester (Toby Stephens), but their wedding plans are upended when Rochester's secrets are revealed. After fleeing from Thornfield, Jane is taken in by a clergyman and his two sisters, and decides to become a parish teacher. Letting go of her past, however, proves difficult, and she finds herself drawn back to Thornfield. read more

Best of Masterpiece Theatre Season 37, Episode 3

Derek Jacobi (“I, Claudius”) hosts this countdown of the series' Top 12 shows, as voted by viewers. Included: interviews with many of the program's stars, including Gillian Anderson; Anthony Andrews; Charles Dance; Robin Ellis; Robson Green; Geraldine James; Gemma Jones; Hugh Laurie; Damian Lewis; Jean Marsh; Gina McKee; Helen Mirren; Ian Richardson; Diana Rigg; Justine Waddell; Simon William; screenwriter Andrew Davies; and executive producer Rebecca Eaton. read more

Jane Eyre Season 37, Episode 1

Featured: "Jane Eyre" (Part 1 of 2). This superb adaptation of Charlotte Bronte's 1847 classic follows Jane (Ruth Wilson) as she endures a bleak childhood and is engaged by the brooding Edward Rochester (Toby Stephens) as a governess for his ward (Cosima Littlewood). Lady Ingram: Francesca Annis. Mrs. Fairfax: Lorraine Ashbourne. Blanche: Christina Cole. Grace Poole: Pam Ferris. Young Jane: Georgie Henley. John Eshton: Aidan McArdle. Directed by Susanna White. read more

Prime Suspect: The Final Act Season 36, Episode 16

The gripping conclusion of “Prime Suspect: The Final Act” begins with the police hunting Curtis (Heshima Thompson) and Tennison (Helen Mirren) dealing with two deaths during her last days on the force. Penny: Laura Greenwood. Philips: Stephen Tompkinson. Sturdy: Gary Lewis. Ruth Sturdy: Katy Murphy. Linda Philips: Eve Best. read more

Prime Suspect: The Final Act Season 36, Episode 15

Part 1 of 2. A superb “Prime Suspect: The Final Act” finds Jane Tennison (Helen Mirren) investigating a girl's disappearance (her last case prior to retirement), while battling the bottle and dealing with her ill father. Penny: Laura Greenwood. Philips: Stephen Tompkinson. Sturdy: Gary Lewis. Ruth Sturdy: Katy Murphy. Linda Philips: Eve Best. Arnold Tennison: Frank Finlay. read more

To the Ends of the Earth: Fire Down Below Season 36, Episode 14

The exciting conclusion of “To the Ends of the Earth” involves incidents with ice and fire, a marriage aboard ship and Talbot (Benedict Cumberbatch) reaching journey's end. In the interim, a committee asks Talbot to persuade the captain to change course and Lt. Benét (Niall Macgregor) devises a plan to keep the ship afloat. Prettiman: Sam Neill. Capt. Anderson: Jared Harris. Miss Granham: Victoria Hamilton. 1st Lt. Summers: Jamie Sives. Brocklebank: Richard McCabe. Pike: Jonathan Slinger. read more

To the Ends of the Earth: Close Quarters Season 36, Episode 13

Part 2. “To the Ends of the Earth” continues with the impressive “Close Quarters,” as Edmund Talbot (Benedict Cumberbatch) falls in love at first sight with Marion Chumley (Joanna Page), who's aboard the Alcyone, a British ship that anchors alongside Talbot's vessel; Deverel (JJ Field) resigns his commission and calls Capt. Anderson (Jared Harris) a coward. Sir Henry Somerset: Charles Dance. Lady Somerset: Cheryl Campbell. Mr. Prettiman: Sam Neill. Adapted from William Golding's trilogy. read more

To the Ends of the Earth: Rites of Passage Season 36, Episode 12

Part 1 of 3. “To the Ends of the Earth,” a vivid adaptation of William Golding's trilogy, begins in 1814 England as young aristocrat Edmund Talbot (Benedict Cumberbatch) boards a ship for a six-month voyage to Australia. Among those he encounters: wealthy Mr. Prettiman (Sam Neill); pious Parson Colley (Daniel Evans); tyrannical captain Anderson (Jared Harris); and servant Wheeler (Brian Pettifer), who tells Talbot that the shaky vessel will “float till she sinks.” read more

Casanova Season 36, Episode 11

The conclusion of “Casanova” starts with the Lothario (David Tennant) escaping from a boudoir balcony, as recalled by his older self (Peter O'Toole), and calling out to the wronged husband, “You love your wife. I love your wife. Aren't we both on the same side?” Henriette: Laura Fraser. Grimani: Rupert Penry-Jones. Bellino: Nina Sosanya. Written by Russell T. Davies. Directed by Sheree Folkson. read more

Casanova Season 36, Episode 10

Part 1 of two. “Casanova,” the famous 18th-century Lothario, is portrayed in later life (by Peter O'Toole) and as a young man (David Tennant). Henriette: Laura Fraser. Grimani: Rupert Penry-Jones. Bellino: Nina Sosanya. Written by Russell T. Davies. Directed by Sheree Folkson. read more

Under the Greenwood Tree Season 36, Episode 9

Three men vie for the affections of schoolteacher Fancy Day (Keeley Hawes) in a 19th-century English village in “Under the Greenwood Tree,” an adaptation of the Thomas Hardy novel. Dick Dewy: James Murray. Parson Maybold: Ben Miles. Mr. Shiner: Steve Pemberton. Reuben Dewy: Tony Haygarth. Geoffrey Day: Tom Georgeson. read more

Carrie's War Season 36, Episode 8

“Carrie's War,” an entrancing tale of a 14-year- old (Keeley Fawcett) and her younger brother (Jack Stanley), evacuated during World War II from England to Wales, where they encounter the dour Mr. Evans (Alun Armstrong), his widowed sister, Mrs. Gotobed (Geraldine McEwan), and her housekeeper, Hepzibah (Pauline Quirke), who's rumored to be a witch. Lou Evans: Lesley Sharp. Albert Sandwich: Eddie Cooper. Mister Johnny: Jamie Bernard. Based on Nina Bawden's novel. read more

My Family and Other Animals Season 36, Episode 7

“My Family and Other Animals” is a charming adaptation of British zoologist Gerald Durrell's recollections of his years as a teen (played by Eugene Simon), spent with his offbeat mother (Imelda Staunton) and siblings on the Greek island of Corfu before World War II, amid odd creatures: crawling, flying and human. Larry: Matthew Goode. Leslie: Russell Tovey. Margo: Tamzin Merchant. Spiro: Omid Djalili. read more

Bleak House Season 36, Episode 6

Conclusion. The first-rate, often touching “Bleak House” ends with a settlement of the Jarndyce vs. Jarndyce case, the deaths of two major characters and a wedding. Included: Bucket (Alun Armstrong) conducts a murder investigation; Smallweed regains Lady Dedlock's letters; Esther receives two marriage proposals. Lady Dedlock: Gillian Anderson. Esther: Anna Maxwell Martin. Jarndyce: Denis Lawson. Sir Leicester: Timothy West. read more

Bleak House Season 36, Episode 5

Part 5. In the penultimate episode of “Bleak House,” Sir Leicester invites Esther (Anna Maxwell Martin), Ada and Jarndyce to visit; Jarndyce tells Esther his hopes for the future; Carstone ends his military career; Esther is reunited with Allan Woodcourt; and Tulkinghorn is surprised by a visitor. Lady Dedlock: Gillian Anderson. Tulkinghorn: Charles Dance. Ada: Carey Mulligan. Carstone: Patrick Kennedy. Woodcourt: Richard Harrington. read more

Bleak House Season 36, Episode 4

“Bleak House,” Part 4. Esther's past is revealed during a talk with Lady Dedlock; Richard visits Ada Clare and Esther; a stack of letters is sought by Tulkinghorn and Guppy; Tulkinghorn confronts Lady Dedlock. Lady Dedlock: Gillian Anderson. Esther: Anna Maxwell Martin.Tulkinghorn: Charles Dance. Richard: Patrick Kennedy. John Jarndyce: Denis Lawson. Ada Clare: Carey Mulligan. Smallweed: Phil Davis. Miss Flite: Pauline Collins. read more

Bleak House Season 36, Episode 3

“Bleak House,” Part 3. Carstone (Patrick Kennedy) studies the numerous Jarndyce vs. Jarndyce files; Esther (Anna Maxwell Martin) meets Lady Dedlock (Gillian Anderson) at a country estate, to which Esther had accompanied Ada and John Jarndyce (Denis Lawson). Ada: Carey Mulligan. Tulkinghorn: Charles Dance. Guppy: Burn Gorman. read more

Bleak House Season 36, Episode 2

“Bleak House,” Part 2. Tulkinghorn (Charles Dance) checks into Nemo's past; Esther (Anna Maxwell Martin) is attracted to Allan Woodcourt (Richard Harrington); Jarndyce (Denis Lawson) asks Richard and Ada Clare to postpone any marriage plans. Lady Dedlock: Gillian Anderson. Jo: Harry Eden. Krook: Johnny Vegas. Sir Leicester: Timothy West. Richard: Patrick Kennedy. Ada Clare: Carey Mulligan. Adapted by Andrew Davies from the Dickens novel. A BBC production. read more

Bleak House Season 36, Episode 1

“Bleak House” opens the series' 36th season. The sterling six-part BBC adaptation of the Dickens novel stars Gillian Anderson as Lady Dedlock and Charles Dance as Mr. Tulkinghorn, a solicitor. In Part 1, Esther Summerson (Anna Maxwell Martin) becomes a companion to Ada Clare (Carey Mulligan). John Jarndyce: Denis Lawson. Richard Carstone: Patrick Kennedy. Nemo: John Lynch. Guppy: Burn Gorman. Adapted by Andrew Davies. read more

The Virgin Queen Season 35, Episode 12

“The Virgin Queen” concludes with Elizabeth I (Anne-Marie Duff) surviving the threat of her cousin Mary, Queen of Scots, and four decades of palace intrigue. But her “finest hour,” the defeat of the Spanish Armada in 1588, is marred by the death of “Robbie” Dudley (Tom Hardy), her “most faithful, most obedient servant.” His replacement: another dashing young “Robbie” (Hans Matheson), the Earl of Essex and Dudley's stepson. William Cecil: Ian Hart. Lattice Knowles: Sienna Guillory. read more

The Virgin Queen Season 35, Episode 11

“The Virgin Queen,” a two-part dramatization of the life of Elizabeth I (Anne-Marie Duff), opens with her unpopular sister, “Bloody Mary,” on the throne and “Bess” in the tower of London. But not for long. Mary dies in 1558 and Bess becomes queen. Her constantly scheming courtiers' top priority: get her married to a suitable crowned head, but she demurs. “I married England, my lords,” she proclaims. Dudley: Tom Hardy. Norfolk: Kevin McKidd. Kat: Tara Fitzgerald. Cecil: Ian Hart. read more

Kidnapped Season 35, Episode 10

Robert Louis Stevenson's “Kidnapped” concludes with Davie (James Anthony Pearson) and rebel Alan Breck (Iain Glen) on the run in Scotland from both the British and bounty hunters. Breck is wanted for killing a tax collector, and the British will hang an innocent man (Gregor Fisher) unless he surrenders. Col. MacNab: Paul McGann. Catriona: Kirstin Coulter Smith. Ebenezer: Adrian Dunbar. Cluny: John Bach. read more

Kidnapped Season 35, Episode 9

A two-part adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson's “Kidnapped” begins as young Scotsman Davie Balfour (James Anthony Pearson) is sold into slavery by his uncle to a ship captain bound for the Indies. Sweeping in to save him: swashbuckling Alan Breck (Iain Glen), and their adventures in service to the Jacobite “new revolution” begin with the two on the run from the British in the Scottish highlands. Filmed in New Zealand. Ebenezer: Adrian Dunbar. Capt. Hoseason: Gavin Richards. read more

Sherlock Holmes: The Case of the Silk Stocking Season 35, Episode 8

“Sherlock Holmes: The Case of the Silk Stocking.” The cerebral sleuth (Rupert Everett) stalks an eerily foggy Edwardian London on the trail of a killer targeting aristocratic young women. The fiend's calling card: he dresses his victims in his previous victim's clothes after strangling them and stuffing silk stockings into their throats. He also admires their feet. Watson: Ian Hart. Pentney: Jonathan Hyde. Mary Pentney: Eleanor David. Lestrade: Neil Dudgeon. Mrs. Vandeleur: Helen McCrory. read more

Island at War: Episode 5 Season 35, Episode 7

Love and decency complicate the conclusion of “Island at War.” Exhibit A: Angelique and Timmermann (Joanne Forggart, Laurence Fox). And her sister Joan's “fraternization” with the Germans isn't what it seems. Meanwhile, Zelda and Philip (Louisa Clein, Sam Heughan) make a break from the island by boat; and the baron (Philip Glenister) hears the worst thing a parent can hear. Dorr: James Wilby. Felicity: Clare Holman. June: Samantha Robinson. read more

Island at War: Episode 4 Season 35, Episode 6

Residents of St. Gregory react to LaSalle's execution with defiance and resolve in Part 4 of “Island at War.” James Dorr (James Wilby) displays his in a manner his wife (Clare Holman) terms “barbaric”---but “impressively so.” However, all three Mahy women associate willingly with Germans. June and Angelique's friend Zelda (Louisa Clein) sees a German, too, but she isn't as willing. Then a crackdown on Jews begins. Rheingarten: Philip Glenister. read more

Island at War: Episode 3 Season 35, Episode 5

In Part 3 of “Island at War,” one of the two British commandos, LaSalle (Richard Dempsey), gives himself up as the Nazis tighten the screws on the islanders. The dead German's body still hasn't been found, but the baron (Philip Glenister) is certain he was shot by the commandos and vows retaliation. Meanwhile, the Nazis are having a tough time wooing local women, but a boatload of “ladies of the night” arrives from France to ease the pressure---on the soldiers if not the townswomen. read more

Island at War: Episode 2 Season 35, Episode 4

In Part 2 of “Island at War,” Commandant Rheingarten (Philip Glenister) occupies an unoccupied wing of the Dorr house, and the Dorrs' son Philip returns---surreptitiously (he's a commando). Meanwhile, a sensitive young German airman (Laurence Fox) has his eye on Angelique Mahy (Joanne Froggatt). And Rheingarten has his eye on Felicity Dorr (Clare Holman). “We are an invading army, ravenous wolves, and we are men without women,” he tells her. “Sooner or later the invader in us will come out.” read more

Island at War: Episode 1 Season 35, Episode 3

“Island at War,” a five-part series that takes events that actually happened in Britain's Channel Islands during World War II and weaves them into a tapestry of resistance. Part 1 begins in 1940. The Nazis occupy France. Eight miles offshore, tensions mount on undefended St. Gregory's Island. Then the Luftwaffe strafes the harbor, killing 12 civilians. Occupying troops soon follow. Their commandant (Philip Glenister) doesn't seem to be a brute, but he hasn't been crossed yet. read more

He Knew He Was Right Season 35, Episode 2

As Anthony Trollope's “He Knew He Was Right” concludes, the insaneTrevelyan (Oliver Dimsdale) has his son kidnapped from his wife, Emily (Laura Fraser). And Trevelyan isn't the only lover to go mad, as Vicar Gibson (David Tennant) discovers after he chooses between Camilla and Arabella French (Claudie Blakley, Fenella Woolgar). Meanwhile, both Hugh and Dorothy Stanbury (Stephen Campbell Moore, Caroline Martin) face formidable obstacles in their romances. Bozzle: Ron Cook. Aunt: Anna Massey. read more

He Knew He Was Right Season 35, Episode 1

Jealousy consumes a Victorian husband in the two-part “He Knew He Was Right,” Anthony Trollope's 1869 take on “Othello.” The tragic lovers: feisty Emily Rowley (Laura Fraser) and her insecure husband, Louis Trevelyan (Oliver Dimsdale). The third party: a flirtatious, if not adulterous, friend (Bill Nighy) of Emily's father. In contrast, romances involving other characters play out with far less intensity. Screenwriter Andrew Davies updated “Othello” in 2002 for “Masterpiece Theatre.” read more

Pollyanna Season 34, Episode 6

“Pollyanna,” Eleanor H. Porter's timeless tale of a sunny young girl (Georgina Terry) who goes to live with her sourpuss Aunt Polly (Amanda Burton) when her father dies. “There's always something to be glad about” is the 11-year-old Pollyanna's motto, and whether it's matching Aunt Polly's maid (Kate Ashfield) and shy handyman (Tom Ellis), or trying to find a home for another orphan (Ben Thornton), she's always trying to spread joy. But Aunt Polly won't play her “glad game,” and Pollyanna can't figure out why not. Screenwriter Simon Nye (“The Railway Children”) changed the setting of Porter's 1913 novel from New England to Britain. Pendleton: Kenneth Cranham. Dr. Chiltern: Aden Gillett. read more

Henry VIII Season 34, Episode 5

“Henry VIII” (Ray Winstone) works his way through his final four wives in the conclusion of this two-part biography of the mercurial 16th-century tyrant who broke with Rome over his marital woes. That break is still fresh as Part 2 opens with the charismatic Catholic officer Robert Aske (Sean Bean) leading 50,000 troops on a “Pilgrimage of Grace” to London. Henry won't be indulgent with him, but will be indulgent to wife No. 3, Jane Seymour (Emilia Fox), who also crosses him. But then, she supplies him with a son. She also dies of an infection before she can cross him again. Cromwell: Danny Webb. Norfolk: Mark Strong. read more

Henry VIII Season 34, Episode 4

Heads roll as “Henry VIII” storms his way through six wives in this bare-knuckled, two-part biography of the mercurial 16th-century tyrant. Ray Winstone stars as the jumpy Henry, who's obsessed with his father's dying command to sire a male heir. And in Part 1, that makes life difficult first for the pious Catherine of Aragon (Assumpta Serna), then for the clever and headstrong Anne Boleyn (Helena Bonham Carter). Wolsey: David Suchet. read more

Talking Heads: The Hand of God Season 34, Episode 3

Eileen Atkins plays a dour antique dealer who gets her fingers burned in “Talking Heads: The Hand of God,” a dark monologue by Alan Bennett. Atkins plays Celia, who suspects the worst in everyone, and knows---just knows---what they're up to. Then a young man walks into her shop and says he's interested in a refectory table that she has been trying to unload. Following “The Hand of God” is another monologue, in which Bennett recalls his childhood. read more

The Lost Prince Season 34, Episode 2

As “The Lost Prince” concludes, World War I overwhelms the royal family, but Johnnie (Matthew Thomas) is off in the country with his nanny, Lalla (Gina McKee), safely out of sight of his parents (Miranda Richardson, Tom Hollander). But when he isn't, he demands more attention than they're willing to give him. Meanwhile, his brother Georgie (Rollo Weeks) is chafing at military school. Stamfordham: Bill Nighy. Queen Alexandra: Bibi Andersson. read more

The Lost Prince Season 34, Episode 1

Part 1 of “The Lost Prince,” a lavish two-part biopic of Queen Elizabeth II's epileptic and learning-disabled uncle, John (Daniel Williams and Matthew Thomas), whose short life (1905-19) paralleled the dissolution of European royalty's gilded age. Prince John was “lost” to history because he was kept hidden from public view because of his odd behavior, which is apparent as the drama opens, in 1908. read more

Prime Suspect 2: Episode Two Season 33, Episode 15

Conclusion of “Prime Suspect 2.” Oswalde arrests, then grills an overwrought Tony Allen, while Tennison (Helen Mirren) tries to coax a deathbed confession out of David Harvey. Later, an inquiry into the death of a suspect is held. Sarah Allen: Jenny Jules. Jason Reynolds: Matt Bardock. read more

Prime Suspect 2: Episode One Season 33, Episode 14

“Prime Suspect 2.” Helen Mirren returns as DCI Jane Tennison in a case that begins with the discovery of skeletal remains. Part 1 of two. Oswalde: Colin Salmon. Kernan: John Benfield. David Harvey: Tom Watson. Esme Allen: Claire Benedict. Tony Allen: Fraser James. read more

Prime Suspect Season 33, Episode 13

In the conclusion of “Prime Suspect,” DCI Tennison (Helen Mirren) is pressured by Supt. Kernan (John Benfield). Marlow: John Bowe. Moyra: Zoe Wanamaker. Amson: Gary Whelan. Havers: Mossie Smith. read more

Prime Suspect Season 33, Episode 12

“Prime Suspect,” Part 1 of two. DCI Jane Tennison (Helen Mirren) is assigned to lead a murder probe when another DCI dies. Otley: Tom Bell. Marlow: John Bowe. Moyra: Zoe Wanamaker. read more

Prime Suspect 6: The Last Witness, Episode 2 Season 33, Episode 10

As “Prime Suspect 6: The Last Witness” concludes, the prime suspect in the murders of the two Bosnian sisters is arrested. But Tennison (Helen Mirren) has her doubts, which send her to Bosnia, where she discovers information that proves decidedly inconvenient for senior officials at Scotland Yard. Finch: Ben Miles. Simms: Robert Pugh. Lorna: Tania Moodie. Zigic: Velibor Topic. Lukic: Oleg Menshikov. Hall: Mark Strong. Elizabeth Lukic: Clare Holman. Robert West: Liam Cunningham. read more

Prime Suspect 6: The Last Witness, Episode 1 Season 33, Episode 9

Helen Mirren returns as world-weary London Dep. Supt. Jane Tennison in “Prime Suspect 6: The Last Witness,” a two-part murder case in which the victim is a young Bosnian Muslim woman who had been tortured. A Tennison deputy (Ben Miles) with whom she has an uneasy relationship suspects that organized crime is the key to the killing, but Tennison doubts that, and she might be proved right when the prime suspect is identified: He's a Bosnian Serb (Velibor Topic). read more

The Forsyte Saga II: Episode 3 Season 33, Episode 8

As “The Forsyte Saga II” concludes, Jon (Lee Williams) finally learns the whole truth about Soames and Irene (Damian Lewis, Gina McKee), and it will have a major impact on his relationship with Fleur (Emma Griffiths Malin). It will also have a major impact on Soames, Irene and Jolyon (Rupert Graves). Proffond: Michael Maloney. Mont: Oliver Milburn. June: Gillian Kearney. Annette: Beatriz Batarda. Winifred: Amanda Root. read more

The Forsyte Saga II: Episode 2 Season 33, Episode 7

“The Forsyte Saga II,” Part 2. Fleur and Jon (Emma Griffiths Malin, Lee Williams) find out that they're related, and an ailing Jolyon (Rupert Graves) makes it clear that he doesn't want their relationship to go beyond that. It's one thing that he and Soames (Damian Lewis) can agree on, but Soames is also concerned about his wife's relationship with that “dirty foreigner” Profond (Michael Maloney). Meanwhile, Dartie's luck finally changes---just in time. read more

The Forsyte Saga II: Episode 1 Season 33, Episode 6

The three-part “Forsyte Saga II” chronicles the problematic romance of Soames's daughter Fleur (Emma Griffiths Malin) and Young Jolyon's son Jon (Lee Williams). As it opens it's 1909, and young Fleur and Jon are frolicking in the mud. Soames (Damian Lewis) doesn't like this. Nor does he like it when the two meet again 11 years later, and neither does Jolyon (Rupert Graves). The willful and effervescent Fleur is perplexed as to why, and when she's told she proclaims: “A family feud. How romantic!” Also in the picture: a dashing war veteran named Mont (Oliver Milburn), of whom Soames approves. Meanwhile, Jolyon has developed heart disease, but won't tell Irene (Gina McKee); and a Belgian boulevardier named Profond (Michael Maloney) attracts the eyes of both Winifred Dartie (Amanda Root) and Soames' wife Annette (Beatriz Batarda). read more

The Forsyte Saga Season 33, Episode 5

As this series of “The Forsyte Saga” concludes, Soames (Damian Lewis) is desperate for a son---“on any terms!” he screams to Irene (Gina McKee). She's not about to oblige him, though the Frenchwoman Annette (Beatriz Batarda) will. But Soames must divorce Irene for that to happen. And Irene, as it happens, is growing ever closer to Young Jolyon (Rupert Graves). read more

Doctor Zhivago Season 33, Episode 4

“Doctor Zhivago” concludes with Yury (Hans Matheson) and Lara (Keira Knightley) consummating their longing for each other as the Soviet revolution plays out around them. Unlike Omar Sharif and Julie Christie in David Lean's 1965 adaptation of Boris Pasternak's novel, Matheson and Knightley spend plenty of time in bed together, and while the sex is filmed decorously, it's steamy nonetheless. Meanwhile, the Communists are making life dangerous for both Yury and Lara. Komarovsky: Sam Neill. read more

Doctor Zhivago Season 33, Episode 3

Keira Knightley and Hans Matheson star in a two-part 2003 remake of “Doctor Zhivago,” Boris Pasternak's sweeping novel set during the Russian Revolution. But they're together only fleetingly (and by chance) for most of Part 1. While the sensitive Yury makes his name as a physician in prerevolutionary Moscow and marries his childhood sweetheart, Tonya (Alexandra Maria Lara), the mysterious Lara (Knightley) must contend with the lecherous lawyer Komarovsky (Sam Neill). read more

Goodbye Mr. Chips Season 33, Episode 2

Martin Clunes, a veteran of the British version of “Men Behaving Badly,” is much better behaved as the gentle Victorian schoolmaster in this adaptation of James Hilton's sentimental 1934 novel “Goodbye Mr. Chips.” The episodic story follows Arthur Chipping (Clunes) throughout his adult life---all of it at the elite British boarding school Brookfield---from his disastrous first Latin class to his death following World War I. Kathie: Victoria Hamilton. Staefel: Conleth Hill. Wetherby: John Wood. Ralston: Patrick Malahide. Burnley: David Horovitch. read more

Warrior Queen Season 33, Episode 1

Alex Kingston (“ER”) portrays Boudica, Britain's “Warrior Queen,” whacking her way through Roman legions with Xena-like zeal in this brooding, fact-based drama. It's set in the 1st century, with Britain living uneasily in a “client king” relationship with Rome. But that changes when Agrippina (Frances Barber) poisons Claudius (Jack Shepherd) and Nero (Andrew Lee Potts) becomes emperor. He'll brook nothing less than total subjugation, and battle lines are drawn. Screenwriter Andrew Davies, a “Masterpiece Theatre” veteran, also penned the adaptation of “Moll Flanders” featuring Kingston that aired on PBS in 1996. read more

The Trouble with Millat and the Return of Magid Season 32, Episode 21

The conclusion of Zadie Smith's comic novel “White Teeth,” set in multicultural North London in 1992, follows another generation of Joneses and Iqbals, and, as it happens, Archie's daughter Irie (Sarah Ozeke) is in love with Samad's son Millat (Christopher Simpson), a gang banger. He loves her, too---like a sister. Later, he'll get religion, while his twin brother Magid (Simpson), whom Samad had sent to Bangladesh to find religion, finds science instead. But the two do connect (and connect with Irie as well) under the loose auspices of an arrogant geneticist named Marcus Malfen (James Bathurst), who's engineering a “FutureMouse.” read more

The Peculiar Second Marriage of Archie Jones and the Temptation of Samad Iqbal Season 32, Episode 20

A two-part adaptation of “White Teeth,” Zadie Smith's comic novel following two lifelong friends---a milquetoast Englishman and a tormented Bangladeshi---in multiracial North London from 1974 to 1992. As it opens, Archie Jones (Phil Davis), having just failed in a suicide attempt, finds himself at a New Year's Eve “End of the World” party. There, he meets his wife-to-be, a lapsed Jehovah's Witness from Jamaica named Clara Bowden (Naomie Harris), whose stern mother (Mona Hammond) really thinks the end is nigh. Meanwhile, intellectual Samad Iqbal (Om Puri) must take a job as a waiter in his cousin's restaurant. Iqbal's marriage was arranged in 1946. But his wife-to-be, Alsana (Archie Panjabi), wasn't born until 1955, so he had to wait for her to grow up. read more

The Jury Season 32, Episode 19

Conclusion. “The Jury” in the Davinder Singh murder case deliberates---calmly, ratio