Masterpiece Episodes

1971, TV Show

Masterpiece Season 24 episodes

Sharpe's Honour Season 24, Episode 30

"Sharpe's Honour" is at stake when he's forced into a duel that has dire consequences. Sharpe: Sean Bean. La Marquesa: Alice Krige. Father Hacha: Nickolas Grace. Ducos: Feodor Atkine. Harper: Daragh O'Malley. El Matarife: Matthew Scurfield. Ramona: Diana Perez. read more

Sharpe's Enemy Season 24, Episode 29

In "Sharpe's Enemy," the captain (Sean Bean) leads a detail to ransom a colonel's wife, held hostage by Hakeswill (Pete Postlethwaite). Teresa: Assumpta Serna. Isabella: Elizabeth Hurley. Farthingale: Jeremy Child. Dubreton: Francois Guetary. Ducos: Feodor Atkine. read more

Sharpe's Company Season 24, Episode 28

"Sharpe's Company" is set during the Napoleonic Wars in 1812 Spain, where Capt. Sharpe (Sean Bean) must contend with the murderous Sgt. Hakeswill (Pete Postlethwaite). Teresa: Assumpta Serna. Harper: Daragh O'Malley. Nairn: Michael Byrne. read more

Charles Dickens' 'Hard Times' Season 24, Episode 26

"Charles Dickens' `Hard Times' " is set in the fictional industrial center of Coketown, where middle-aged Josiah Bounderby (Alan Bates) weds 20-year-old Louisa Gradgrind (Beatie Edney). Mrs. Sparsit: Dilys Laye. Gradgrind: Bob Peck. James: Richard E. Grant. Sissy: Emma Lewis. read more

Charles Dickens' 'Martin Chuzzlewit' Season 24, Episode 25

As "Charles Dickens' `Martin Chuzzlewit' " concludes, Jonas (Keith Allen) plots a murder, and young Martin (Ben Walden) returns. Old Martin: Paul Scofield. Pinch: Philip Franks. Chuffey: John Mills. Mary: Pauline Turner. read more

Charles Dickens' 'Martin Chuzzlewit' Season 24, Episode 24

In Part 4 of "Charles Dickens' `Martin Chuzzlewit'," Pinch (Philip Franks) learns the truth about Pecksniff (Tom Wilkinson). Montague: Pete Postlethwaite. Jonas: Keith Allen. Mary: Pauline Turner. Old Martin: Paul Scofield. read more

Charles Dickens' 'Martin Chuzzlewit' Season 24, Episode 23

In Part 3 of "Charles Dickens' `Martin Chuzzlewit'," Mercy (Julia Sawalha) enters into a union with Jonas (Keith Allen). Montague: Pete Postlethwaite. Old Martin: Paul Scofield. Pecksniff: Tom Wilkinson. Charity: Emma Chambers. Pinch: Philip Franks. read more

Charles Dickens' 'Martin Chuzzlewit' Season 24, Episode 22

Part 2 of "Charles Dickens' `Martin Chuzzlewit' " finds young Martin (Ben Walden) bound for America. Jonas: Keith Allen. Pecksniff: Tom Wilkinson. Mrs. Gamp: Elizabeth Spriggs. Anthony/Old Martin: Paul Scofield. read more

Charles Dickens' 'Martin Chuzzlewit' Season 24, Episode 21

"Charles Dickens' `Martin Chuzzlewit'," based on the 1844 classic about a wealthy patriarch and his greedy kin in 1830s England. Part 1 of five. Old Martin/Anthony: Paul Scofield. Pecksniff: Tom Wilkinson. Young Martin: Ben Walden. Mary: Pauline Turner. Charity: Emma Chambers. read more

The Cinder Path Season 24, Episode 20

As "The Cinder Path" concludes, Charlie (Lloyd Owen) has a final confrontation with Ginger (Antony Byrne). Nellie: Maria Miles. Betty: Victoria Scarborough. Victoria: Catherine Zeta Jones. read more

The Cinder Path Season 24, Episode 19

Part 2 of "The Cinder Path" finds Charlie (Lloyd Owen) in the army, under the command of the cruel Ginger (Antony Byrne). Nellie: Maria Miles. Victoria: Catherine Zeta Jones. Polly: Lucy Akhurst. Arthur: Ralph Ineson. read more

The Cinder Path Season 24, Episode 18

The three-part "The Cinder Path" opens with bookish Charlie MacFell (Lloyd Owen) thrust into a position of responsibility by a family tragedy. Victoria: Catherine Zeta Jones. Nellie: Maria Miles. Ginger: Antony Byrne. Arthur: Ralph Ineson. Young Polly: Lucy Akhurst. Edward: Tom Bell. read more

Jeeves and Wooster IV Season 24, Episode 17

"Jeeves and Wooster" (Stephen Fry, Hugh Laurie) cope with romantic intrigue and misunderstandings in the country. Gussie: Richard Garnett. Madeline: Diana Blackburn. Stiffy: Charlotte Attenborough. Spode: John Turner. Sir Watkyn: John Woodnutt. read more

Jeeves and Wooster IV Season 24, Episode 16

A silver creamer complicates life for "Jeeves and Wooster" (Stephen Fry, Hugh Laurie) when Bertie's put up to stealing it from a country estate. Aunt Dahlia: Vivian Pickles. Spode: John Turner. Sir Watkyn: John Woodnutt. Stiffy: Charlotte Attenborough. Madeline: Diana Blackburn. Gussie: Richard Garnett. Stinker: Simon Treves. read more

Jeeves and Wooster IV Season 24, Episode 15

Marriage notions threaten the relationship of "Jeeves and Wooster" (Stephen Fry, Hugh Laurie) as Bertie seeks a bride. Tuppy: Robert Daws. Bingo: Michael Siberry. Bobbie: Niamh Cusack. Bittlesham: Geoffrey Toone. Daisy: Catherine McQueen. Mabel: Charlotte Avery. Clementine: Hermione Eyre. Sir Reginald: Hubert Rees. read more

Jeeves and Wooster IV Season 24, Episode 14

"Jeeves and Wooster" (Stephen Fry, Hugh Laurie) fall out over the latter's trombone practice; and Bertie encounters an heiress from his past. Chuffy: Matthew Solon. Pauline: Sharon Holm. Stoker: Manning Redwood. Brinkley: Fred Evans. read more

Jeeves and Wooster IV Season 24, Episode 13

While on holiday, "Jeeves and Wooster" (Stephen Fry, Hugh Laurie) contend with con artists (Graham Seed, Rebecca Saire). Aunt Agatha: Mary Wimbush. Biffy: Philip Shelley. Honoria: Liz Kettle. Sir Roderick: Roger Brierley. Lady Glossop: Jane Downs. read more

Doctor Finlay II: In Arcadia Season 24, Episode 12

As "Doctor Finlay II" concludes, preparations for the wedding of Janet and Angus (Annette Crosbie, Gordon Reid) go forward. Finlay: David Rintoul. Cameron: Ian Bannen. Esme: Juliet Cadzow. Rhona: Jackie Morrison. Flora: Barbara Rafferty. Edward: William Blair. Brenda: Margo Gunn. read more

Doctor Finlay II: Secrecy Season 24, Episode 11

In Part 5 of "Doctor Finlay II," a mystery resurfaces surrounding a reclusive landowner. Dr. Finlay: David Rintoul. Dr. Cameron: Ian Bannen. Jean: Sara Stewart. James: Kevin McMonagle. Angus: Gordon Reid. Janet: Annette Crosbie. Mrs. McFarlane: Terry Ross. read more

Doctor Finlay II: Burning Bridges Season 24, Episode 10

In Part 4 of "Doctor Finlay II," Dr. Cameron (Ian Bannen) aids a colleague (Ralph Riach) who has a terrible secret. Madge: Monica Gibb. Dr. Neil: Jason Flemyng. Dr. Finlay: David Rintoul. Janet: Annette Crosbie. Rattery: Joseph Brady. read more

Doctor Finlay II: Secret Lives Season 24, Episode 9

In Part 3 of "Doctor Finlay II," Janet (Annette Crosbie) becomes involved in the homecoming of a woman (Anne Kristen), who had long been "put away." Izabel: Edith MacArthur. Dr. Cameron: Ian Bannen. Elspeth: Eileen McCallum. read more

Doctor Finlay II: Child's Play Season 24, Episode 8

In Part 2 of "Doctor Finlay II," the physician (David Rintoul) deals with a teen whose mother needs help. Hannah: Gillian Reith. Dr. Neil: Jason Flemyng. Mrs. Berry: Anne Lacey. Chalmers: Frank Middlemass. Janet: Annette Crosbie. Dr. Cameron: Ian Bannen. read more

Doctor Finlay II: A Delicate Balance Season 24, Episode 7

As the six-part "Doctor Finlay II" opens, the physician (David Rintoul) probes a shepherd's strange illness. Dr. Neil: Jason Flemyng. Dr. Cameron: Ian Bannen. Brenda: Margo Gunn. Janet: Annette Crosbie. read more

Dandelion Dead Season 24, Episode 6

As "Dandelion Dead" concludes, Armstrong (Michael Kitchen) sends arsenic-laced chocolates to his business rival (David Thewlis), and brings his mistress home to meet his children. Connie: Lesley Sharp. Marion: Diana Quick. Eleanor: Chloe Tucker. read more

Dandelion Dead Season 24, Episode 5

In the fact-based "Dandelion Dead," Herbert Armstrong (Michael Kitchen) considers poisoning his wife (Sarah Miles). Part 1 of two. Martin: David Thewlis. Connie: Lesley Sharp. Dr. Hincks: Peter Vaughan. Marion: Diana Quick. read more

The Rector's Wife Season 24, Episode 4

As "The Rector's Wife" concludes, Anna (Lindsay Duncan) makes a decision about Jonathan (Stephen Dillane). Marjorie: Prunella Scales. Patrick: Miles Anderson. Ella: Rynagh O'Grady. Luke: Simon Fenton. Archdeacon: Ronald Pickup. Peter: Jonathan Coy. Bishop: Geoffrey Chater. read more

The Rector's Wife Season 24, Episode 3

In Part 2 of "The Rector's Wife," Anna (Lindsay Duncan) deals with the attentions of Jonathan (Stephen Dillane) and Patrick (Miles Anderson). Luke: Simon Fenton. Peter: Jonathan Coy. Eleanor: Pam Ferris. Robert: Jonathan Cecil. read more

The Rector's Wife Season 24, Episode 2

As the three-part "The Rector's Wife" begins, Anna Bouverie (Lindsay Duncan) risks disapproval by taking a job. Peter: Jonathan Coy. Archdeacon: Ronald Pickup. Luke: Simon Fenton. Flora: Lucy Dawson. Patrick: Miles Anderson. Laura: Joyce Redman. read more

The Blue Boy Season 24, Episode 1

"The Blue Boy," a ghost story, stars Emma Thompson as a woman who learns of a lad who drowned a century ago. Joe: Adrian Dunbar. Beth: Joanna Roth. Christine: Eleanor Bron. read more

Are You Watching?

Loading ...
Premiered: January 10, 1971, on PBS
Rating: TV-PG
User Rating: (768 ratings)
Add Your Rating: 1 stars2 stars3 stars4 stars5 stars
Premise: PBS's longest running (and most honored) dramatic series is an Anglophile's delight, featuring British adaptations of literary classics and original works. The first `Masterpiece' was `The First Churchills,' and since then it has won nine Peabodys and 29 Emmys (beginning with Susan Hampshire's Best Actress award for `Churchills'). Its many memorable productions include `Upstairs, Downstairs,' `I, Claudius,' 'The Jewel in the Crown,' `House of Cards,' `Poldark' and `Prime Suspect.'

Cast

Shop

Scarlatti Masterpieces for Solo Piano: 47 Works (Dover Music for Piano)
Buy Scarlatti Masterpieces for Solo Piano: 47 Works (Dover Music for Piano) from Amazon.com
From Dover Publications (Paperback)
Usually ships in 24 hours
Buy New: $3.99 (as of 1:06 AM EST - more info)
Masterpiece Mystery: Inspector Lewis 7
Buy Masterpiece Mystery: Inspector Lewis 7 from Amazon.com
From Pbs (Direct) (DVD)
Not yet released
Buy New: $24.99 (as of 1:06 AM EST - more info)

More Products

TV GUIDE Users' Most Popular