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Therese Raquin

1 Season
Originally telecast by the BBC in 1979, Therese Raquin was a three-part, three-hour adaptation of Emile Zola's ultra-realistic 1867 novel. Kate Nelligan starred as Therese, a bored Parisian housewife who found herself entwined in an extramarital affair with her husband Camille's childhood friend, Laurent. After her lover killed Camille, Therese did her best to cover up the crime, only to imagine herself being haunted by the restless spirit of her deceased spouse. Considered rather explicit for its time, this British miniseries managed to barely squeak by the network censors, and also won a BAFTA award for its costume designer, Reg Samuels. Therese Raquin subsequently aired in the U.S. as part of public television's Masterpiece Theatre anthology beginning April 12, 1981.
1981 Drama, Other


3 Seasons
The story of England's Queen Victoria, beginning with her ascent to the throne in 1837 at age 18. By being the Queen, she has to manage her duty well with various challenges heading her way. Will she be able to balance out her duty as a Queen with the presence of her husband and her children?
67   Metascore
2016 TVPG Drama, Other

Dickens of London

1 Season
An elderly Charles Dickens reflects on a full and colorful life in a BBC dramatization that focuses on his boyhood and emergence as a prominent novelist. This aired in 10 parts on 'Masterpiece Theatre.'
1977 Drama


1 Season
Based upon the books by K.M. Peyton, this British miniseries enjoyed a healthy run stateside on PBS and the A&E cable network. When the orphan Christina is sent to live with her uncle just after the turn of the 20th century, she learns about the class struggle, the meaning of "family," and the trials and tribulations of true love -- the latter lesson taught by none other than her cousin, whom she marries.
1980 Drama, Other

First Churchills

The lives of the Duke of Marlborough and his wife Sarah, from their meeting in 1673 to the duke's death in 1722.
1969 Drama, Other

Love for Lydia

1 Season
Based on a novel by H.E. Bates, this is a made for British TV miniseries which is available in a seven cassette set. Set in the 1920s in the industrial Midlands (farming area) of England, the story is about a beautiful orphaned heiress. Essentially a poor little rich girl tale.
1979 Drama, Other

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