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Masterpiece Season 23 episodes

Middlemarch Season 23, Episode 24

As "Middlemarch" concludes, Bulstrode (Peter Jeffrey) faces humiliation, and Dorothea (Juliet Aubrey) decides on her future. Tertius: Douglas Hodge. Rosamond: Trevyn McDowell. Will: Rufus Sewell. read more

Middlemarch Season 23, Episode 23

In Part 5 of "Middlemarch," debts threaten the Lydgates' union; and Fred (Jonathan Firth) learns he has a rival. Rosamond: Trevyn McDowell. Tertius: Douglas Hodge. Dorothea: Juliet Aubrey. Mary: Rachel Power. Garth: Clive Russell. read more

Middlemarch Season 23, Episode 22

In Part 4 of "Middlemarch," Arthur (Robert Hardy) bumbles into politics, and Dorothea (Juliet Aubrey) considers her options. Tertius: Douglas Hodge. Will: Rufus Sewell. Rosamond: Trevyn McDowell. Bulstrode: Peter Jeffrey. read more

Middlemarch Season 23, Episode 21

Part 3 of "Middlemarch" finds the newly wed Lydgates living beyond their means, while Will (Rufus Sewell) has a falling-out with Edward. Dorothea: Juliet Aubrey. Tertius: Douglas Hodge. Rosamond: Trevyn McDowell. Featherstone: Michael Hordern. Host: Russell Baker. read more

Middlemarch Season 23, Episode 20

Part 2 of "Middlemarch" finds Dorothea and Edward (Juliet Aubrey, Patrick Malahide) honeymooning in Rome. Will: Rufus Sewell. Dr. Lydgate: Douglas Hodge. Rosamond: Trevyn McDowell. Fred: Jonathan Firth. read more

Middlemarch Season 23, Episode 19

"Middlemarch," based on George Eliot's novel about a young idealist (Juliet Aubrey) in 1829 England. Part 1 of six. Edward: Patrick Malahide. Dr. Lydgate: Douglas Hodge. Fred: Jonathan Firth. Arthur: Robert Hardy. read more

Body and Soul Season 23, Episode 18

As "Body & Soul" concludes, Sister Gabriel (Kristin Scott Thomas) faces a decision about her future. Hal: Gary Mavers. Stan: Anthony Valentine. Lynn: Amanda Redman. Peggy: Sandra Voe. Walter: Patrick Allen. read more

Body and Soul Season 23, Episode 17

A suspicious accident precipitates changes in Part 3 of "Body & Soul." Sister Gabriel/Anna: Kristin Scott Thomas. Stan: Anthony Valentine. Stern: John Bowe. Hal: Gary Mavers. Peggy: Sandra Voe. Lynn: Amanda Redman. read more

Body and Soul Season 23, Episode 16

In Part 2 of "Body & Soul," Sister Gabriel finds her suppressed desires are awakened by the attentions of Hal (Gary Mavers). Sister Gabriel/Anna Gibson: Kristin Scott Thomas. Stan: Anthony Valentine. Walter: Patrick Allen. Peggy: Sandra Voe. Tyler: John Carlisle. read more

Body and Soul Season 23, Episode 15

As the four-part "Body & Soul" opens, Sister Gabriel (Kristin Scott Thomas) is summoned from her convent by a family crisis. Lynn: Amanda Redman. Mother Emmanuel: Dorothy Tutin. Stan: Anthony Valentine. Hal: Gary Mavers. read more

To Play the King Season 23, Episode 14

In the conclusion of "To Play the King," Urquhart steps up his plot against the monarch (Michael Kitchen), while Stamper's resentment simmers. Stamper: Colin Jeavons. Urquhart: Ian Richardson. Sarah: Kitty Aldridge. Elizabeth: Diane Fletcher. read more

To Play the King Season 23, Episode 13

In Part 3 of "To Play the King," a TV documentary about the monarch moves Urquhart (Ian Richardson) to action. Meanwhile, Sarah meets with one of Mattie's former associates (William Chubb). Sarah: Kitty Aldridge. read more

To Play the King Season 23, Episode 12

In Part 2 of "To Play the King," Sarah becomes a key player in Urquhart's treachery. Urquhart: Ian Richardson. The King: Michael Kitchen. Stamper: Colin Jeavons. Mycroft: Nicholas Farrell. read more

To Play the King Season 23, Episode 11

"To Play the King," a sequel to "House of Cards," begins with the treacherous Francis Urquhart (Ian Richardson)---now Prime Minister---in conflict with his monarch (Michael Kitchen). Sarah: Kitty Aldridge. Elizabeth: Diane Fletcher. Stamper: Colin Jeavons. read more

Sharpe's Eagle Season 23, Episode 10

As "Sharpe's Eagle" concludes, the lieutenant (Sean Bean) comes to the defense of Josefina; and is asked a favor by a major. Harper: Daragh O'Malley. Josefina: Katia Caballero. Maj. Hogan: Brian Cox. read more

Sharpe's Eagle Season 23, Episode 9

The two-part "Sharpe's Eagle" continues the adventures of Sharpe (Sean Bean), who accepts a mission that will reunite him with Teresa (Assumpta Serna). Harper: Daragh O'Malley. Maj. Hogan: Brian Cox. read more

Sharpe's Rifles Season 23, Episode 8

As "Sharpe's Rifles" concludes, the lieutenant (Sean Bean) encounters changes in his relationships with Teresa and Harper; and a reassignment. Teresa: Assumpta Serna. Harper: Daragh O'Malley. read more

Sharpe's Rifles Season 23, Episode 7

In Part 1 of two of "Sharpe's Rifles," set during the Peninsular War in Portugal, a British sergeant (Sean Bean) saves his leader's life and is promoted to lieutenant. Wellesley: David Troughton. Harper: Daragh O'Malley. read more

Jeeves and Wooster III Season 23, Episode 5

"Jeeves and Wooster." Bertie learns that Madeline Bassett (Elizabeth Morton) is getting married. Jeeves: Stephen Fry. Bertie: Hugh Laurie. Florence: Francesca Folan. Spode: John Turner. Watkyn: John Woodnutt. Ginger: Julian Gartside. read more

Jeeves and Wooster III Season 23, Episode 4

"Jeeves and Wooster." Bertie's new mustache indirectly causes Florence Craye (Francesca Folan) to break her engagement. Stephen Fry, Hugh Laurie. Stinton: Nicholas Palliser. Aunt Dahlia: Jean Heywood. Percy: Walter James. Uncle Tom: Ralph Michael. read more

Jeeves and Wooster III Season 23, Episode 3

In an episode of "Jeeves and Wooster," Bertie runs into his former fiancée, Honoria (Liz Kettle). Stephen Fry, Hugh Laurie. Bingo: Pip Torrens. Rosie: Anastasia Hille. Glossop: Philip Locke. Bittlesham: Geoffrey Toone. read more

Jeeves and Wooster III Season 23, Episode 2

While in New York, "Jeeves and Wooster" (Stephen Fry, Hugh Laurie) contend with Bertie's twin cousins; Bertie's friend Tuppy (Robert Daws) tries to sell a secret soup recipe. Aunt Agatha: Elizabeth Spriggs. read more

Selected Exits Season 23, Episode 1

"Selected Exits" dramatizes the life of writer Gwyn Thomas (Anthony Hopkins). Gwyn at 18: Brendan O'Hea. Lyn: Sue Roderick. Dr. Bronowski: John Grillo. Mr. Metcalfe: Sion Probert. Mrs. Metcalfe: Victoria Plucknett. Russell Baker is the host. read more

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Premiered: January 10, 1971, on PBS
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