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Masterpiece Season 13 episodes

Nancy Astor Season 13, Episode 33

In the conclusion of "Nancy Astor," Waldorf (James Fox) persuades his wife to resign. Bobbie: Nigel Havers. Wissie: Marsha Fitzalan. Michael: Jasper Jacob. David: David Yelland. read more

Nancy Astor Season 13, Episode 32

Following Philip's advice, Nancy (Lisa Harrow) advocates appeasement toward Hitler in Part 7 of "Nancy Astor." Philip: David Warner. Bobbie: Nigel Havers. Waldorf: James Fox. Wissie: Marsha Fitzalan. read more

Nancy Astor Season 13, Episode 31

Bobbie's drinking upsets his mother (Lisa Harrow) in Part 6 of "Nancy Astor." Bobbie: Nigel Havers. Waldorf: James Fox. Philip: David Warner. Bob: Pierce Brosnan. Hartford-Jones: Charles Dance. read more

Nancy Astor Season 13, Episode 30

"Nancy Astor," Part 5. The Virginia belle (Lisa Harrow) becomes a Christian Scientist, turns Cliveden into a hospital during World War I and stands for election. Waldorf: James Fox. Philip: David Warner. Bobbie: Nigel Havers. read more

Nancy Astor Season 13, Episode 29

Nancy (Lisa Harrow) directs her energy toward her husband's career in Part 4 of "Nancy Astor." Waldorf: James Fox. Philip: David Warner. Phyllis: Lise Hilboldt. Brand: Bernard Brown. read more

Nancy Astor Season 13, Episode 28

In Part 3 of "Nancy Astor," Nancy (Lisa Harrow) takes England by storm and receives a marriage proposal from Lord Revelstoke (Julian Glover). Phyllis: Lise Hilboldt. Chillie: Dan O'Herlihy. Waldorf: James Fox. read more

Nancy Astor Season 13, Episode 27

Relations between Nancy and Bob (Pierce Brosnan) become strained in Part 2 of "Nancy Astor." Phyllis: Lise Hilboldt. Nanaire: Sylvia Syms. Rev. Neve: Neil McCarthy. Mary Convers: Lynn Farleigh. read more

Nancy Astor Season 13, Episode 26

An eight-part biography of "Nancy Astor," the Southern belle who became the first woman to serve in Britain's House of Commons. In Part 1, 17-year-old Nancy (Lisa Harrow) is in New York, where she meets playboy Robert Gould Shaw (Pierce Brosnan). Chillie: Dan O'Herlihy. Nanaire: Sylvia Syms. read more

The Tale of Beatrix Potter Season 13, Episode 25

In the conclusion of "The Tale of Beatrix Potter," the author (Penelope Wilton) and her publisher decide to marry. William: Jerome Willis. Mrs. Potter: Rosemary Martin. Potter: John Woodvine. Bertram: Jeremy Nicholas. read more

The Tale of Beatrix Potter Season 13, Episode 24

"The Tale of Beatrix Potter," a two-part biography of the author, begins in Victorian England, where Beatrix (Holly Aird) grows up in a rigid family. Beatrix (adult): Penelope Wilton. Rawnsley: John Welsh. Annie: Lois Daine. Mrs. Potter: Rosemary Martin. read more

The Irish R.M. Season 13, Episode 23

Sally's mother wants to pack her off, and Yeates (Peter Bowles) is asked to assist at Mrs. Knox's ball in the conclusion of "The Irish R.M." Flurry: Bryan Murray. Philippa: Doran Godwin. Mrs. Knox: Beryl Reid. Sally: Lise-Ann McLaughlin. read more

The Irish R.M. Season 13, Episode 22

In Part 5 of "The Irish R.M.," Yeates (Peter Bowles) gets embroiled in a scheme to help Sally (Lise-Ann McLaughlin) buy a colt. Flurry: Bryan Murray. Philippa: Doran Godwin. Lady Knox: Faith Brook. read more

The Irish R.M. Season 13, Episode 21

Yeates' cousin gets Flurry's Irish up in Part 4 of "The Irish R.M." Bryan Murray. Basil: Donald Pickering. Yeates: Peter Bowles. Philippa: Doran Godwin. Mrs. Brickley: Marie Kean. Bridget: Virginia Cole. read more

The Irish R.M. Season 13, Episode 20

Flurry sells a wild mare to a neighbor (Tim Woodard) he feels is paying too much attention to Sally in Part 3 of "The Irish R.M." Flurry: Bryan Murray. Sally: Lise-Ann McLaughlin. Yeates: Peter Bowles. Philippa: Doran Godwin. read more

The Irish R.M. Season 13, Episode 19

Yeates is duped by Flurry (Bryan Murray) into stealing a colt from the Irishman's grandmother in Part 2 of "The Irish R.M." Philippa: Doran Godwin. Sally: Lise-Ann McLaughlin. Slipper: Niall Toibin. read more

The Irish R.M. Season 13, Episode 18

"The Irish R.M." is an Englishman (Peter Bowles) serving as a legal arbiter in Ireland. In the opener of this six-part spoof, he becomes involved in a dispute over foxes. Flurry: Bryan Murray. Philippa: Doran Godwin. Sally: Lise-Ann McLaughlin. read more

The Citadel Season 13, Episode 17

In the conclusion of "The Citadel," Andrew (Ben Cross) faces charges of misconduct for having assisted an unqualified practitioner. Denny: Gareth Thomas. Con: Niall Buggy. David: David Gwillim. Hopper: Charles Kay. Mary: Anne Mannion. read more

The Citadel Season 13, Episode 16

Shaken by the botched operation, Andrew (Ben Cross) resolves to turn his life around in Part 9 of "The Citadel." Chris: Clare Higgins. Denny: Gareth Thomas. Mrs. Lawrence: Carmen Du Sautoy. David: David Gwillim. read more

The Citadel Season 13, Episode 15

When Chris leaves, Andrew (Ben Cross) begins an affair with Frances in Part 8 of "The Citadel." Chris: Clare Higgins. Denny: Gareth Thomas. Freddy: Michael Cochrane. David: David Gwillim. read more

The Citadel Season 13, Episode 14

The prognosis for Andrew's practice is good in Part 7 of "The Citadel," but his relationship with his wife (Clare Higgins) takes a turn for the worse. Andrew: Ben Cross. Mrs. Lawrence: Carmen Du Sautoy. read more

The Citadel Season 13, Episode 13

"The Citadel," Part 6. A lack of patients prompts Andrew (Ben Cross) to seek help from his friend Freddy (Michael Cochrane). Christine: Clare Higgins. Hope: David Gwillim. Angela: Wendy Allnutt. Charles: John Nettleton. read more

The Citadel Season 13, Episode 12

Andrew suffers setbacks in Part 5 of "The Citadel" as his movement against Lewellyn (Raymond Bowers) falters and his research meets with opposition from members of the committee. Christine: Clare Higgins. Owen: Ray Smith. read more

The Citadel Season 13, Episode 11

In Part 4 of "The Citadel," Andrew (Ben Cross) is suffering from an overdose of Dr. Llewellyn (Raymond Bowers), complicated by a bad case of malingering miners. Christine: Clare Higgins. Owen: Ray Smith. Con: Niall Buggy. Vaughn: Colin Baker. read more

The Citadel Season 13, Episode 10

After a run-in with Miss Page, Andrew (Ben Cross) gives his notice in Part 3 of "The Citadel." Christine: Clare Higgins. Denny: Gareth Thomas. Watkins: Richard Davies. Dr. Page: Tenniel Evans. Joe: David Pugh. read more

The Citadel Season 13, Episode 9

In Part 2 of "The Citadel," Andrew (Ben Cross) earns the gratitude of the village and promises never to compete with Dr. Page (Tenniel Evans), thereby earning the enmity of Miss Page (Cynthia Grenville). Christine: Clare Higgins. Denny: Gareth Thomas. Freddy: Michael Cochrane. read more

The Citadel Season 13, Episode 8

Ben Cross stars in a 10-part adaptation of A.J. Cronin's "The Citadel." He plays a Scottish physician who, in Part 1, goes to a poor Welsh mining town. Christine: Clare Higgins. Denny: Gareth Thomas. Miss Page: Cynthia Grenville. read more

Pictures Season 13, Episode 7

"Pictures," conclusion. Bill and Ruby (Wendy Morgan) find that working together can be as difficult as being apart. Ziggy: Harry Towb. Forbes: Anton Rodgers. Graham: Malcolm Jamieson. read more

Pictures Season 13, Episode 6

In Part 6 of "Pictures," Ruby tries to teach Mary (Wendy Raebeck) to dance; Bill (Peter McEnery) tries to finish his film; and Miroslav (Barry Dennen) tries everybody's patience. Forbes: Anton Rodgers. Ziggy: Harry Towb. read more

Pictures Season 13, Episode 5

Ruby (Wendy Morgan) is heartbroken over not getting the part and over Bill's too-late admission that he loves her in Part 5 of "Pictures." Bill: Peter McEnery. Ziggy: Harry Towb. Forbes: Anton Rodgers. read more

Pictures Season 13, Episode 4

Bill (Peter McEnery) hatches a plot to wrest the part from Margot in Episode 4 of "Pictures." Ruby: Wendy Morgan. Forbes: Anton Rodgers. Ziggy: Harry Towb. Cockburn: John Carlin. read more

Pictures Season 13, Episode 3

In Part 3 of "Pictures," Ruby (Wendy Morgan) makes the most of a bit part while Bill (Peter McEnery) worries about who will portray her in his new script. Ziggy: Harry Towb. Margot: Marianne Borgo. read more

Pictures Season 13, Episode 2

"Pictures," Part 2. A John Barrymoresque actor (Anton Rodgers) takes Ruby on a drunken spree, providing Bill (Peter McEnery) with new episodes for his script. Ziggy: Harry Towb. McAllister: Frank Wylie. read more

Pictures Season 13, Episode 1

A zany actress (Wendy Morgan) tries to break into "Pictures" in this seven-part comedy. In Part 1, she meets a scriptwriter (Peter McEnery) en route to crashing a party. Ziggy: Harry Towb. Vera: Annette Badland. Graham: Malcolm Jamieson. read more

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Premiered: January 10, 1971, on PBS
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