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Masterpiece Season 22 episodes

Doctor Finlay: The Good Doctor Season 22, Episode 29

As "Doctor Finlay" concludes, the physician (David Rintoul) mulls over a startling announcement. Ian Bannen. Margaret: Alison Fiske. Janet: Annette Crosbie. Dr. Neil: Jason Flemyng. Angus: Gordon Reid. read more

Doctor Finlay: The Forbidden Fruit Season 22, Episode 28

Part 5 of "Doctor Finlay" finds the physician (David Rintoul) attracted to a patient (Patricia Kerrigan). Janet: Annette Crosbie. Dr. Cameron: Ian Bannen. Dr. Neil: Jason Flemyng. Gerd: Wolf Kahler. Stewart: Stevan Rimkus. Angus: Gordon Reid. Mary: Daniela Nardini. read more

Doctor Finlay: The Bitter Pill Season 22, Episode 27

Part 4 of "Dr. Finlay" finds Dr. Neil coping with a neurotic woman's "anemia." Finlay: David Rintoul. Mary: Sandy McDade. Alan: John McGlynn. Molloy: John Kavanagh. Brenda: Margo Gunn. read more

Doctor Finlay: A Winning Peace Season 22, Episode 26

Part 3 of "Doctor Finlay" brings news of a deserter. Finlay: David Rintoul. Janet: Annette Crosbie. Dr. Neil: Jason Flemyng. Dr. Cameron: Ian Bannen. Mrs. Henderson: Eileen Nicholas. Archie: Brian McCardie. Henderson: Ken Drury. Brenda: Margo Gunn. read more

Doctor Finlay: Working Together Season 22, Episode 25

In Part 2 of "Doctor Finlay," the physician faces the dichotomy between health care for the poor and the wealthy. Dr. Cameron: Ian Bannen. Dr. Neil: Jason Flemyng. Frances: Lindy Whiteford. read more

Doctor Finlay: The Return Season 22, Episode 24

As the six-part "Doctor Finlay" opens, the physician (David Rintoul) returns from WWII to find changes in his Scottish village. Dr. Cameron: Ian Bannen. Dr. Neil: Jason Flemyng. Janet: Annette Crosbie. Brenda: Margo Gunn. read more

Calling the Shots Season 22, Episode 23

As "Calling the Shots" concludes, Maggie (Lynn Redgrave) is shocked to learn that someone's being spying on her. Nick: Jack Shepherd. Paul: Cyril Nri. Michael: Jonathan Cullen. Jennifer: Greer Gaffney. read more

Calling the Shots Season 22, Episode 22

In Part 2 of "Calling the Shots," Maggie (Lynn Redgrave) continues to receive threatening phone calls and begins to suspect a co-worker. Paul: Cyril Nri. Charlie: John Benfield. George: Sidney Livingstone. Atima: Rita Wolf. read more

Calling the Shots Season 22, Episode 21

Lynn Redgrave plays a British journalist in "Calling the Shots," a three-part mystery that begins with a rape. Brian: James Purefoy. Paul: Cyril Nri. Atima: Rita Wolf. Michael: Jonathan Cullen. read more

The Black Velvet Gown Season 22, Episode 20

In the conclusion of "The Black Velvet Gown," Biddy becomes a servant at the Gullmington mansion. Riah: Janet McTeer. Laurence: David Hunt. Tol: Brendan P. Healy. Grandmother: Jean Anderson. read more

The Black Velvet Gown Season 22, Episode 19

In Part 1 of two of "The Black Velvet Gown," a widowed mother (Janet McTeer) finds work housekeeping for a recluse. Tol: Brendan P. Healy. Younger Davey: David Oliver. Younger Biddy: Kelly Anne Greehalgh. read more

Hedda Gabler Season 22, Episode 18

"Hedda Gabler," Ibsen's stage classic, concerns the bored wife (Fiona Shaw) of a dull professor (Nicholas Woodeson). Lovborg: Stephen Rea. Brack: Donal McCann. Thea: Brid Brennan. Directed by Deborah Warner. read more

The Blackheath Poisonings Season 22, Episode 17

As "The Blackheath Poisonings" concludes, evidence points to Isabel (Christine Kavanagh) in the murders. Ian McNeice, Christien Anholt, Kenneth Haigh, Zoe Wanamaker, Patrick Malahide, Nicholas Woodeson, Donald Sumpter. read more

The Blackheath Poisonings Season 22, Episode 16

In Part 2 of "The Blackheath Poisonings," fatal gastric complications strike again. Harriet: Judy Parfitt. Isabel: Christine Kavanagh. Paul: Christien Anholt. Robert: Patrick Malahide. Beatrice: Julia St. John. read more

The Blackheath Poisonings Season 22, Episode 15

As the three-part "The Blackheath Poisonings" opens, a toymaker (James Faulkner) is felled by a "gastric misadventure" in Victorian London. Charlotte: Zoe Wanamaker. Harriet: Judy Parfitt. Paul: Christien Anholt. Isabel: Christine Kavanagh. Beatrice: Julia St. John. read more

Impromptu Season 22, Episode 14

"Impromptu" offers a stylish look at the George Sand-Frederic Chopin (Judy Davis, Hugh Grant) liaison. Bernadette Peters, Mandy Patinkin, Julian Sands, Emma Thompson, Georges Corraface, Ralph Brown. read more

The Countess Alice Season 22, Episode 13

"The Countess Alice" stars Wendy Hiller as a British socialite whose secrets are unearthed. Connie: Zoe Wanamaker. Nick: Duncan Bell. Werner: Wolf Kahler. Margot: Patricia Quinn. read more

Jeeves and Wooster II Season 22, Episode 12

"Jeeves and Wooster." Bertie's friend (Pip Torrens) pretends to be a Communist. Meanwhile, Bertie's aunt (Patricia Lawrence) asks him to steal a painting. Stephen Fry, Hugh Laurie. Spode: John Turner. Madeline: Elizabeth Morton. Charlotte: Rachel Robertson. Rowbotham: Peter Benson. read more

Jeeves and Wooster II Season 22, Episode 11

"Jeeves and Wooster." Bertie's betrothed (Fiona Gillies) wants him to destroy her uncle's revealing manuscript. Stephen Fry, Hugh Laurie. Sir Watkyn: John Woodnutt. Spode: John Turner. Gussie: Richard Braine. read more

Jeeves and Wooster II Season 22, Episode 10

"Jeeves and Wooster." confusion ensues when Bertie and his friend (Richard Braine) impersonate each other. Stephen Fry, Hugh Laurie. Aunt Agatha: Mary Wimbush. Madeline: Elizabeth Morton. read more

Jeeves and Wooster II Season 22, Episode 9

In New York, "Jeeves and Wooster" (Stephen Fry, Hugh Laurie) contend with a visiting Brit and a love-struck friend. Cyril: Nicholas Hewetson. Corky: Greg Charles. Aunt Agatha: Mary Wimbush. Muriel: Dena Davis. read more

The Secret Agent Season 22, Episode 8

"The Secret Agent" concludes with Verloc making a confession to the Assistant Commissioner (Patrick Malahide), and later being advised by Heat to "vanish." Heat: Warren Clarke. Winnie: Cheryl Campbell. read more

The Secret Agent Season 22, Episode 7

In Part 2 of "The Secret Agent," Verloc (David Suchet) prepares to perform an "act of violence" on the Greenwich Observatory. Winnie: Cheryl Campbell. Vladimir: Peter Capaldi. Heat: Warren Clarke. read more

The Secret Agent Season 22, Episode 6

David Suchet portrays "The Secret Agent" in a three-part adaptation of Joseph Conrad's 1907 novel. Winnie: Cheryl Campbell. Assistant Commissioner: Patrick Malahide. Heat: Warren Clarke. Stevie: Richard Stirling. read more

Two Monologues: In My Defence; A Chip in the Sugar Season 22, Episode 5

Saskia Reeves and Alan Bennett play adults devoted to their mothers in "Two Monologues: In My Defence/A Chip in the Sugar." The first piece concerns a mercy killing; the other, the reappearance of one mother's former suitor. read more

Memento Mori Season 22, Episode 4

"Memento Mori" concludes as Mrs. Pettigrew (Maggie Smith) plots to disrupt the Colston household. Renee Asherson, Michael Hordern, Stephanie Cole, Thora Hird, Maurice Denham, John Wood, Zoe Wanamaker. read more

Memento Mori Season 22, Episode 3

Part 1 of two. Muriel Spark's "Memento Mori" begins with menacing phone calls to elderly Londoners. Maggie Smith, Michael Hordern, Renee Asherson, Stephanie Cole, Thora Hird, Maurice Denham, John Wood. read more

The Best of Friends Season 22, Episode 2

Wendy Hiller, John Gielgud and Patrick McGoohan as distinguished Britons, who remained "The Best of Friends" through the years. Alvin Rakoff directed Hugh Whitemore's adaptation of his play. read more

A Question of Attribution Season 22, Episode 1

"A Question of Attribution" dramatizes the life of art expert and spy Anthony Blunt (James Fox). Directed by John Schlesinger. Chubb: David Calder. Donleavy: Geoffrey Palmer. Elizabeth II: Prunella Scales. Phillips: Mark Payton. read more

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Premiered: January 10, 1971, on PBS
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