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Masterpiece Season 25 episodes

Interview Day Season 25, Episode 25

"Interview Day" centers on three families whose offspring seek admission to Cambridge University. Shani: Maureen Lippman. Harriet: Anna Carteret. Hugh: Tom Wilkinson. Pippa: Laura Howard. Neil: Benedict Sandiford. Simon: James Fleet. James: Alec Guinness. read more

Signs and Wonders Season 25, Episode 24

"Signs and Wonders," conclusion. Diamond (James Earl Jones) races to get a still unwilling Claire (Jodhi May) and her mother back to England; Michael reaches an emotional breaking point caring for his recovering father. Elizabeth Palmore: Prunella Scales. read more

Signs and Wonders Season 25, Episode 23

James Earl Jones plays an "exit counselor" hired by an English vicar's wife (Prunella Scales) to retrieve her daughter (Jodhi May) from a Los Angeles cult in "Signs and Wonders." Part 1 of two. Rev. Timothy Palmore: David Warner. Stephen Palmore: Michael Maloney. Piers Dearbourne: William Chubb. Cornelius Van Damm: Donald Pleasence. read more

Prime Suspect: The Scent of Darkness Season 25, Episode 22

Tennison (Helen Mirren) is haunted by the case of a mass-murderer whose modus operandi resurfaces in "Prime Suspect: The Scent of Darkness." Patrick: Stuart Wilson. Marlow: Tim Woodward. Mitchell: Christopher Fulford. Haskons: Richard Hawley. read more

Bramwell Season 25, Episode 21

As "Bramwell" concludes, Eleanor (Jemma Redgrave) responds to the attentions of Dr. Hunter (James Larkin), whose background and motivations are questioned by her father (David Calder). Tom: Luke Strain. Nurse Carr: Ruth Sheen. Lady Peters: Michele Dotrice. read more

Bramwell Season 25, Episode 20

In Part 3 of "Bramwell," Eleanor (Jemma Redgrave) encounters a tubercular slum dweller (Duncan Bell), who refuses aid and hides a startling past. Grimes: Ian Carmichael. Andrew: Anthony Calf. Annie: Wendy Nottingham. Sylvia: Abigail McKern. read more

Bramwell Season 25, Episode 19

In Part 2 of "Bramwell," Eleanor (Jemma Redgrave) is challenged by a belligerent alcoholic (Tony Haygarth) and by her father's mistress (Shirley Anne Field). Dr. Robert Bramwell: David Calder. Lady Peters: Michele Dotrice. Dr. Marsham: Kevin McMonagle. read more

Bramwell Season 25, Episode 18

Part 1 of the four-part “Bramwell” is set in 1895 England where a woman doctor (Jemma Redgrave) fights for respect in a male-dominated profession. Sir Herbert: Robert Hardy. Victoria: Robin McCaffrey. Lady Peters: Michele Dotrice. Dr. Robert Bramwell: David Calder. read more

The Peacock Spring Season 25, Episode 17

As "The Peacock Spring" concludes, 15-year-old Una (Hattie Morahan) faces some adult decisions. Edward: Peter Egan. Alix: Jennifer Hall. Ravi: Naveen Andrews. Hal: Laura Barneby. Lady Srinevesan: Madhur Jaffrey. Col. Jaiswal: Jagannath Guha. read more

The Peacock Spring Season 25, Episode 16

"The Peacock Spring," Rumer Godden's two-part drama, centers on two girls summoned to India by their diplomat father. Una: Hattie Morahan. Sir Edward: Peter Egan. Alix: Jennifer Hall. Hal: Laura Barneby. Ravi: Naveen Andrews. read more

Heavy Weather Season 25, Episode 15

P.G. Wodehouse's "Heavy Weather" stars Peter O'Toole as an Englishman obsessed with his prize pig. Constance: Judy Parfitt. Galahad: Richard Briers. Tilbury: Richard Johnson. Ronnie: Benjamin Soames. Sue: Rebecca Lacey. read more

Prime Suspect: Inner Circles Season 25, Episode 14

Det. Tennison (Helen Mirren) faces an affluent, tight-lipped community in "Prime Suspect: Inner Circles," about the apparent murder of a former country club manager. Cromwell: Sophie Stanton. Maria Henry: Jill Baker. Paul Endicott: James Laurenson. James Greenlees: Anthony Bate. read more

The Final Cut Season 25, Episode 13

"The Final Cut" concludes as Tom Makepeace (Paul Freeman) seeks to rally opposition to Urquhart. Maria Passolides: Yolanda Vazquez. Elizabeth: Diane Fletcher. Geoffrey Booza-Pitt: Nickolas Grace. Claire Carlsen: Isla Blair. read more

The Final Cut Season 25, Episode 12

“The Final Cut” completes the trilogy that began with 1991's “House of Cards.” Part 1 of two finds Prime Minister Francis Urquhart (Ian Richardson) bent on “[doing] something about Europe” before he goes. Mr. Nures: Kevork Malikyan. Elizabeth: Diane Fletcher. Geoffrey Booza-Pitt: Nickolas Grace. Claire Carlsen: Isla Blair. Tom Makepeace: Paul Freeman. read more

The Politician's Wife Season 25, Episode 11

As "The Politician's Wife" concludes, Flora Matlock (Juliet Stevenson) determines how she'll deal with her spouse's ongoing infidelity. Duncan: Trevor Eve. Sir Donald: Ian Bannen. Hollister: Anton Lesser. Woodley: Frederick Treves. Jennifer: Minnie Driver. read more

The Politician's Wife Season 25, Episode 10

"The Politician's Wife," Paula Milne's two-part drama, centers on a Parliamentarian's mate (Juliet Stevenson), who learns of her husband's affair with a researcher. Duncan: Trevor Eve. Jennifer: Minnie Driver. Mark: Anton Lesser. Sir Donald: Ian Bannen. Clive: Frederick Treves. read more

The Choir Season 25, Episode 9

As "The Choir" concludes, Sally (Cathryn Harrison) copes with the return of Alan, and Ianthe plans revenge on Leo (Nicholas Farrell). Ianthe: Claire Cox. Cavendish: James Fox. Troy: David Warner. Ashworth: Peter Vaughan. Henry: Anthony Way. Felicity: Jane Asher. read more

The Choir Season 25, Episode 8

In Part 3 of "The Choir," Henry's CD is released, as the "Save Our Choir" campaign intensifies. Troy: David Warner. Cavendish: James Fox. Sally: Cathryn Harrison. Leo: Nicholas Farrell. Ashworth: Peter Vaughan. Ianthe: Claire Cox. Henry: Anthony Way. Felicity: Jane Asher. read more

The Choir Season 25, Episode 7

In Part 2 of "The Choir," Leo and Sally (Cathryn Harrison) struggle to keep their affair secret, while Troy must justify the choristers' future. Cavendish: James Fox. Henry: Anthony Way. Nicholas: Oliver Milburn. Felicity: Jane Asher. read more

The Choir Season 25, Episode 6

"The Choir," a four-part adaptation of Joanna Trollope's novel, opens as Aldminster Cathedral faces a crisis threatening the future of its boys choir. Cavendish: James Fox. Troy: David Warner. Leo: Nicholas Farrell. Sally: Cathryn Harrison read more

Prime Suspect: The Lost Child Season 25, Episode 5

Helen Mirren returns as London policewoman Jane Tennison in "Prime Suspect: The Lost Child," about the hunt for a pedophile. Susan: Beatie Edney. Chris: Robert Glenister. Dr. Schofield: Stuart Wilson. Anne: Lesley Sharp. Muddyman: Jack Ellis. read more

The Buccaneers Season 25, Episode 3

As "The Buccaneers" concludes, Nan (Carla Gugino) compensates for her marriage by resuming friendship with Guy. Julius: James Frain. Virginia: Alison Elliott. Laura: Cherie Lunghi. Sir Helmsley: Michael Kitchen. Duchess of Trevenick: Sheila Hancock. Idina: Jenny Agutter. Hector: Richard Huw. Conchita: Mira Sorvino. read more

The Great Kandinsky Season 25, Episode 4

Richard Harris plays "The Great Kandinsky," a retired magician determined to master the trick that always eluded him. The Professor: Tom Bell. Florence: Dorothy Tutin. Patrick: Ian Carmichael. The Manager: Tim McInnerny. Zsa Zsa: Hana Maria Pravda read more

The Buccaneers Season 25, Episode 2

Part 2 of "The Buccaneers" finds Nan (Carla Gugino) torn between two suitors, while Virginia accepts the proposal of Lord Seadown (Mark Tandy). Julius: James Frain. Guy: Greg Wise. Idina: Jenny Agutter. Lizzy: Rya Kihlstedt. Laura: Cherie Lunghi. Duchess of Trevenick: Sheila Hancock. Conchita: Mira Sorvino. Lord Richard: Ronan Vibert. read more

The Buccaneers Season 25, Episode 1

"The Buccaneers," a three-part adaptation of Edith Wharton's novel, opens in 1873 among the nouveau riche of Newport, R.I. Conchita: Mira Sorvino. Lord Richard: Ronan Vibert. Nan: Carla Gugino. Mrs. Closson: Elizabeth Ashley. Laura: Cherie Lunghi. Lord Seadown: Mark Tandy. Virginia: Alison Elliott. Mrs. Elmsworth: Conchata Ferrell. read more

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Premiered: January 10, 1971, on PBS
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