Masterpiece Theatre Episode Guide

Episode Guide

  • Miss Austen Regrets
  • The Amazing Mrs. Pritchard

    Ros learns about Ian's secret money laundering past, and now must decide if the public has a right to know.

  • The Amazing Mrs. Pritchard

    Public life starts to take a toll on the Pritchard family and Ros's marriage.

  • The Amazing Mrs. Pritchard

    Ros is a confident leader after a year in office but faces a crisis when a plane crash sparks racial tensions.

  • The Amazing Mrs. Pritchard

    Ros has doubts about making her first official move; the Pritchard children have trouble adjusting to their lives as public figures.

  • The Amazing Mrs. Pritchard

    Unexpectedly, Mrs. Pritchard is elected prime minister.

  • Bleak House

    Esther contracts smallpox; Tulkinghorn confronts Lady Dedlock about her relationship with Nemo.

  • Bleak House

    Lady Dedlock hears of Nemo's death and visits his pauper's grave in disguise; a question arises about Esther's identity.

  • The Secret Life of Mrs. Beeton

    Isabella Mary Beeton produces the world's most famous recipe book.

  • The Wind in the Willows

    A new adaptation of Kenneth Grahame's 'The Wind in the Willows' follows the adventurous Toad as he gets into trouble.

  • Dracula

    Stewart Harcourt's adaptation of Bram Stoker's Dracula takes the dark character to England, where he becomes a powerful figure in the lives of an unhappily married couple.

  • The Ruby in the Smoke

    Teen sleuth Sally Lockhart uncovers the secrets of her father's death, discovers hidden, cursed jewels and faces England's deadliest villains.

  • Jane Eyre

    Rochester proposes marriage to Jane, but as their wedding day approaches, Rochester's previous wife makes a surprise visit.

  • Jane Eyre

    Jane embarks on a career as a governess at Thornfield Hall and falls in love with its brooding owner, Mr. Rochester.

  • To the Ends of the Earth: Fire Down Below

    The wedding of Miss Granham and Mr. Prettiman takes place despite ominous signs; Benet secures the mainmast with red-hot bolts that Summers fears will ignite a slow fire.

  • Prime Suspect: The Final Act

    Tennison has depression after her father's death and abuses drugs and alcohol.

  • Prime Suspect: The Final Act

    Jane Tennison banishes retirement plans to investigate the death of a 14-year-old student.

  • To the Ends of the Earth: Close Quarters

    Wind damages the mainmast; the British warship Alcyone delivers news that France has lost, and a celebratory ball follows.

  • To the Ends of the Earth: Rites of Passage

    Confident he can handle anything, Talbot sets off for Australia on an old warship with a stubborn captain and finds himself in the middle of a murder scene.

  • Casanova

    Casanova relates the aftermath of his prison break, including his journey to England and Naples in search of an ambassador to grant him a pardon.

  • Casanova

    While working as librarian to an absentee count, aging Casanova is encouraged to read extracts from his memoirs. With Peter O'Toole and David Tennant.

  • Under the Greenwood Tree

    A romance between the village schoolmistress and a choir member concerns the townspeople of Mellstock.

  • Carrie's War

    A 14-year-old girl and her younger brother are evacuated from London during World War II and taken in by a strict man and his sister.

  • My Family and Other Animals

    Raised in an eccentric family, Gerald Durrell becomes a naturalist.

  • Bleak House

    The plot is resolved for Tulkinghorn, Lady Dedlock, Richard and his secret bride, Ada, and for Jarndyce and the lawsuit.

  • Bleak House

    Esther's old flame reappears; Tulkinghorn threatens to expose Lady Dedlock's secret; Esther receives a surprise proposal.

  • Bleak House

    Armed with love letters, Tulkinghorn confronts Lady Dedlock about her relationship with Nemo.

  • Bleak House

    Esther contracts smallpox; Richard becomes obsessed with the Jarndyce case; Guppy looks for proof of Esther's identity.

  • Bleak House

    Tulkinghorn comes closer to learning the true identity of Nemo and his relationship to Lady Dedlock; a question arises about Esther's identity.

  • Bleak House

    A wealthy man is entangled in a long, difficult lawsuit over a disputed will.

  • The Virgin Queen

    Anne-Marie Duff portrays Elizabeth I, from her love affair with Robert Dudley to her relationship with the Earl of Essex.

  • The Virgin Queen

    Anne-Marie Duff portrays Elizabeth I, from her love affair with Robert Dudley to her relationship with the Earl of Essex.

  • Kidnapped

    Davie seeks out his old family lawyer, Rankeillor, who prevents James from being executed; Davie claims his rightful inheritance.

  • Kidnapped

    Scottish lad Davie Balfour learns of his inheritance, then is kidnapped and enslaved aboard a ship bound for America.

  • Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Silk Stocking

    Sherlock Holmes (Rupert Everett) comes out of retirement to investigate the deaths of high society debutantes.

  • All the King's Men

    The legendary fate of the Norfolk Regiment, working class men whose reputations were won at the battle of Gallipoli in 1915.

  • Island at War

    Cassie hides Zelda from Walker; Felicity meets the baron; Zelda and Philip try to escape.

  • Island at War

    James becomes suspicious of the baron's relationship with Felicity; Walker finds out Zelda's secret.

  • Island at War

    Kathleen's brother drives Philip and Eugene to another farm where they can hide; Wimmel finds out that Cassie runs a black-market business.

  • Island at War

    Cassie refuses to serve Germans in her shop; Philip Dorr secretly arrives on the island; Bernhardt courts Angelique.

  • Island at War

    Felicity tries to leave James but ends up caught in a bombing raid; Urban gets a photography shop.

  • He Knew He Was Right

    Aunt Stanbury tells Dorothy to break off the engagement with Brooke; Sir Marmaduke does not want Nora to marry Hugh.

  • He Knew He Was Right

    A young man becomes insanely jealous of his wife in an adaptation of a novel by Anthony Trollope.

  • Pollyanna

    An orphan (Georgina Terry) lives with her aunt (Amanda Burton) and brings joy to a gloomy village.

  • Henry VIII

    After Anne Boleyn's execution, Henry VIII marries Jane Seymour (Emilia Fox), then eventually weds three more times.

  • Henry VIII

    Henry VIII (Ray Winstone) marries Anne Boleyn (Helena Bonham Carter) who gives birth to Elizabeth I.

  • Talking Heads: The Hand of God

    An antiques dealer (Eileen Atkins) forms a bond with a dying woman who has a houseful of treasures.

  • The Lost Prince

    Prince John, the youngest child of George V and Queen Mary, has epilepsy and learning disabilities.

  • The Lost Prince

    Prince John, the youngest child of George V and Queen Mary, has epilepsy and learning disabilities.

  • Prime Suspect 2

    Tennison secures a confession but believes a woman (Jenny Jules) is withholding vital information.

  • Prime Suspect 2

    Inspector Jane Tennison (Helen Mirren) investigates murder in a black London neighborhood where police are mistrusted.

  • Prime Suspect

    Tennison's (Helen Mirren) suspect (John Bowe) accuses her of harassment; unsolved murder cases are reopened.

  • Prime Suspect

    Inspector Jane Tennison (Helen Mirren) contends with sexual discrimination and sabotage while heading a homicide investigation; with John Bowe, Tom Bell.

  • Prime Suspect 6: The Last Witness

    As Jane Tennison (Helen Mirren) returns from Bosnia, she is dismayed to learn that the prime suspect in a woman's murder is in the international witness protection program.

  • Prime Suspect 6: The Last Witness

    Jane Tennison (Helen Mirren) takes over a high-profile murder case from Simon Finch (Ben Miles) involving a Bosnian Muslim woman who was tortured.

  • The Forsyte Saga II

    Prosper (Michael Maloney) lures Soames' (Damian Lewis) wife to Paris right in front of him; Fleur (Emma Griffiths Malin) believes she is losing Jon (Lee Williams).

  • The Forsyte Saga II

    Dartie (Ben Miles) has a gambling marathon; Fleur (Emma Griffiths Malin) accuses Prosper (Michael Maloney) of having an affair with her mother.

  • The Forsyte Saga II

    Soames' (Damian Lewis) daughter, Fleur (Emma Griffiths Malin), meets Irene (Gina McKee) and Jolyon's (Rupert Graves) son, Jon (Lee Williams); Jolyon learns he has heart disease.

  • Doctor Zhivago

    In Andrew Davies' adaptation of Boris Pasternak's novel 'Doctor Zhivago,' Yury (Hans Matheson) and Lara (Keira Knightley) pursue a romance during war and revolution.

  • Goodbye, Mr. Chips

    In James Hilton's novel 'Goodbye, Mr. Chips,' schoolmaster Mr. Chipping (Martin Clunes) faces, love, heartbreak, setbacks and success during his career.

  • Warrior Queen

    Queen Boudica (Alex Kingston) leads the Celtic Britons in a revolt against the Roman Empire in 60 A.D.

  • White Teeth: The Trouble With Millat and the Return of Magid

    Millat (Christopher Simpson), Josh Malfen (James McAvoy) and Archie's (Phil Davis) daughter Irie (Sarah Ozeke) are caught with drugs; Magid (Christopher Simpson) returns from Bangladesh.

  • White Teeth: The Peculiar Second Marriage of Archie Jones and the Temptation of Samad Iqbal

    In Zadie Smith's 'White Teeth,' a suicidal loser (Phil Davis) falls in love with a Jamaican refugee (Naomie Harris) at a hippy commune.

  • The Jury

    The jurors re-enact the murder to establish the sequence of events and reach a verdict.

  • The Jury

    The jurors deliberate the murder case against Duvinder Singh (Sonell Dadral) while their own lives unravel.

  • The Jury

    Lewis (Antony Sher) wraps up his prosecution; Cording (Derek Jacobi) seeks a jogger assaulted near the murder spot; Singh (Sonnell Dadral) admits to a history of violence.

  • The Jury

    Lawyers George Cording (Derek Jacobi) and Gerald Lewis (Antony Sher) select a diverse group of jurors for the murder trial of Sikh teen Duvinder Singh (Sonnell Dadral).

  • Daniel Deronda

    On her wedding night, Gwendolen (Romala Garai) receives diamonds and a stinging letter from Lydia (Greta Scacchi); Mirah's (Jodhi May) singing career flourishes with Daniel's (Hugh Dancy) support.

  • Daniel Deronda

    In Andrew Davies' adaptation of George Eliot's 'Daniel Deronda,' Daniel (Hugh Dancy) observes Gwendolen (Romola Garai) gambling the last of her family's money in a Swiss casino.

  • Foyle's War: Eagle Day

    A murder investigation sends Foyle (Michael Kitchen) to the radar station where his son is working on a secret operation; his duty and his concern for his son conflict.

  • Foyle's War: A Lesson in Murder

    Foyle (Michael Kitchen) and Milner (Anthony Howell) suspect that prejudice against pacifists has factored into the deaths of a conscientious objector in police custody and an evacuee in a judge's home.

  • Foyle's War: The White Feather

    Foyle (Michael Kitchen) investigates a woman's act of sabotage, while a German invasion of England is expected any day.

  • Foyle's War: The German Woman

    Detective Chief Inspector Christopher Foyle (Michael Kitchen) investigates the murder of a prominent German woman, just as England joins World War II.

  • Me and Mrs. Jones

    Tabloid columnist Liam Marple poses as a political fund-raiser in order to befriend Prime Minister Laura Blowden.

  • The Hound of the Baskervilles

    In Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's 'The Hound of the Baskervilles' Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson try to break a noble family's killer-dog curse.

  • My Uncle Silas II

    In H.E. Bates' short story 'My Uncle Silas,' Edward shares adventures in the country with his uncle.

  • The Forsyte Saga

    Nurses Holly and June go to the war; Irene and Jolyon learn of Jolly's death; Soames sues for divorce; Val and Holly return to South Africa; Irene and Jolyon have a son.

  • The Forsyte Saga

    Irene goes to Paris after Soames' most recent attempt to reconcile; Jolyon follows her; Dartie returns from South America; Val and Jolly taunt each other into enlisting.

  • The Forsyte Saga

    Old Jolyon's legacy to Irene shocks the Forsytes; widowed young Jolyon slowly falls in love with her; Soames is still obsessed; Dartie's son falls for Holly.

  • The Forsyte Saga

    Old Jolyon buys Robin Hill and lives there with his namesake, Helene and their children; he encounters Irene and asks her to give Holly piano lessons; before dying, he tells her of his love.

  • The Forsyte Saga

    Soames rapes Irene; when Bosinney sees her, he goes to take his rage out on her husband and is killed by a cab outside Soames' club.

  • The Forsyte Saga

    The architect of Robin Hill mansion falls for Soames' wife, who asks for a divorce, but Soames refuses and vows to ruin Bosinney by suing for breach of contract.

  • The Forsyte Saga

    In a new version of John Galsworthy's epic, young Jolyon Forsyte falls for his daughter's governess, Helene; acquisitive Soames talks impoverished Irene into marrying him.

  • The Road From Coorain

    An adaptation of Jill Ker Conway's memoirs, 'The Road From Coorain,' shows her childhood on a sheep ranch in Australia up to her departure for the United States, where she, eventually, became the first woman president of Smith College.

  • Innocents

    When their sons both died after heart surgeries by the same doctor, two women learn of many other tragic instances that spanned two decades at the British Royal Infirmary.

  • The Way We Live Now: Episode Four

    Melmotte contemplates forgery after Marie refuses to give him her money; Brehgert ends his engagement to Georgiana.

  • The Way We Live Now: Episode Three

    Paul returns to London from Mexico determined to expose Melmotte; Paul proposes to Hetta.

  • The Way We Live Now: Episode Two

    Georgiana is a reluctant guest of the Melmottes; Marie conspires with Felix to elope to America; Paul visits Hetta before his trip to Mexico.

  • The Way We Live Now: Episode One

    In Andrew Davies adaptation of Anthony Trollope's 'The Way We Live Now,' Augustus Melmotte arrives in London with his daughter.

  • Lucky Jim

    In Kingsley Amis' 'Lucky Jim,' an English university instructor (Stephen Tompkinson) clashes with the head professor, attracts the unwanted attention of a fellow lecturer, and falls in love.

  • Love in a Cold Climate

    Based on Nancy Mitford's work, 'Love in a Cold Climate' tells of three young women coming of age.

  • Love in a Cold Climate

    Based on Nancy Mitford's work, 'Love in a Cold Climate' tells of three young women coming of age.

  • Bertie and Elizabeth

    George VI of England courts and marries Elizabeth.

  • Othello

    In Andrew Davies' retelling of Shakespeare's tragedy 'Othello,' London's first black police commissioner, rejects the woman he loves, because of a friend's influence.

  • The Murder of Stephen Lawrence

    A docudrama depicts the British police's mishandling the investigation of the murder of a black man.

  • My Uncle Silas

    In H.E. Bates' short story 'My Uncle Silas,' a 10-year-old boy shares adventures in the country with his uncle (Albert Finney).

  • The Cazalets

    Christopher suffers a mental breakdown; Sibyl and Hugh will not discuss her cancer; Edward's mistress is pregnant; America enters the war.

  • The Cazalets

    Zoe volunteers at the hospital; Christopher angers his veteran father when he refuses to enlist in the service; Clary refuses to give up on her missing father.

  • The Cazalets

    The family fears Rupert is dead; Louise catches the eye of a famous portrait painter; Rachel falls out with her lover; the family's sawmill is destroyed.

  • The Cazalets

    Rupert and Edward join the service, while Hugh stays with the firm after war is declared with Germany; Zoe is pregnant; Louise learns of her father's affair.

  • The Cazalets

    In Elizabeth Jane Howard's 'The Cazalets,' a family comes of age during World War II in Sussex, England.

  • Merchant of Venice

    Henry Goodman stars in the Royal National Theatre production of Shakespeare's 'The Merchant of Venice.'

  • Talking Heads 2: Miss Fozzard Finds Her Feet

    In Alan Bennett's monologue, spinster Miss Fozzard (Patricia Routledge) develops a relationship with foot specialist.

  • Take a Girl Like You

    In Kingsley Amis' sexual comedy, different motives drive a rake (Rupert Graves) and a schoolteacher (Sienna Guillory).

  • Take a Girl Like You

    In Kingsley Amis' dark comedy set in England before the sexual revolution, a rake (Rupert Graves) meets a schoolteacher (Sienna Guillory).

  • Traffik

    Greed, gold and death rule the world of international drug smuggling; with Bill Paterson, Lindsay Duncan, Julia Ormond, Tilo Pruckner, Fritz Muller-Scherz, Jamal Shah and Talat Hussain.

  • Wives and Daughters

    Molly is the subject of rumors; Roger returns from Africa.

  • Wives and Daughters

    Mrs. Gibson tells her husband about Cynthia's engagement; Molly sees Cynthia and Preston arguing.

  • Wives and Daughters

    Mrs. Gibson's daughter, Cynthia, arrives from France; Molly learns a secret.

  • Wives and Daughters

    In Elizabeth Gaskell's 'Wives and Daughters,' while Molly visits Hamley Hall, her father announces he will remarry.

  • Anna Karenina

    After Anna runs away to Italy with Vronsky, she suspects he no longer loves her.

  • Anna Karenina

    In Leo Tolstoy's 'Anna Karenina,' Anna begins an affair with cavalry officer Vronsky, which jeopardizes her marriage, relationship with her son, and social standing.

  • Bramwell VI

    Eleanor (Jemma Redgrave) discovers she is pregnant, and Maj. Quarry is the father.

  • Bramwell VI

    Eleanor (Jemma Redgrave) inspects recruits for the Boer War, while Maj. Quarry flirts with her.

  • Bramwell VI

    Eleanor (Jemma Redgrave) impulsively proposes to Dr. Marsham.

  • Bramwell VI

    Dr. Marsham endures personal crisis as he sends his daughters to live with relatives after the death of his wife.

  • Bramwell VI

    Dr. Finn O'Neill tests a controversial smallpox treatment on his wife.

  • Oliver Twist

    Mrs. Bedwin nurses wounded Oliver back to health, while Nancy tries to clear his name.

  • Oliver Twist

    Branded a troublemaker, Oliver runs away to London, where Fagin takes him into his nest of pickpockets.

  • Oliver Twist

    In Charles Dickens' 'Oliver Twist,' an unmarried young woman flees to another town where she dies giving birth to a son.

  • Monsignor Renard

    Helene considers adoption or abortion for her unborn child.

  • Monsignor Renard

    Germans shoot a French soldier for stealing bread.

  • Monsignor Renard

    A Gestapo officer searches for an escaped English soldier.

  • Seeing Red

    Actress Coral Atkins alters her lifestyle and starts a children's home.

  • David Copperfield

    Charles Dickens' Victorian orphan drifts but later finds a friendly aunt.

  • The Turn of the Screw

    An English governess tries to shield two children from ghosts in an adaptation of the Henry James tale.

  • Madame Bovary

    Emma Bovary realizes, although too late, her husband was her only true friend.

  • Madame Bovary

    Emma Bovary, the wife of a village doctor, seeks passion in her lonely life.

  • Bramwell

    Robert needs to borrow money to open his own office; Eleanor (Jemma Redgrave) learns Robert will marry.

  • Bramwell

    Dr. Bramwell (Jemma Redgrave) stays with friends to recuperate from her shattered love affair.

  • Bramwell

    Dr. Bramwell (Jemma Redgrave) learns that Nurse Carr has been mistreating her deranged mother.

  • Bramwell

    Victorian physician Eleanor Bramwell (Jemma Redgrave) is shattered to learn that Finn O'Neil has wed an American.

  • Shooting the Past

    After receiving a mysterious message from her discharged colleague, librarian Marilyn races to save the Fallon Photo Library.

  • Shooting the Past

    Librarians (Lindsay Duncan, Timothy Spall) thwart a U.S. millionaire (Liam Cunningham) planning to turn a London mansion full of rare photos into a business college.

  • Lost for Words

    A devoted man (Pete Postlethwaite) helps his 87-year-old mother (Thora Hird) maintain her independence after a series of strokes.

  • Aristocrats

    Emily romances her children's penniless tutor; Edward brews an Irish revolution; Sarah settles down; Charles gains political stature; Louisa has views on class and poverty.

  • Aristocrats

    Teenage Sarah enchants the Prince of Wales, but the relationship collapses; Sarah must wed a cad, to whom she is openly unfaithful.

  • Aristocrats

    The four Lennox sisters, great-granddaughters of King Charles II and his mistress, court scandal with their daring matches and ideas in 18th-century England and Ireland.

  • Goodnight Mister Tom

    A battered child and a reclusive widower (John Thaw) become friends in the countryside.

  • Great Expectations

    Estella spurns Pip for the villainous Drummle; Magwitch returns with a shocking revelation.

  • Great Expectations

    Orphan Pip falls in love and aspires to become a gentleman in Charles Dickens' 'Great Expectations.'

  • Reckless, the Sequel

    Richard (Michael Kitchen) tries to stop Owen (Robson Green) and Anna's wedding.

  • Bramwell IV

    Marsham's wife has surgery for breast cancer.

  • Bramwell IV

    Two doctors seek Robert's affections; Marsham finds a better job.

  • Bramwell IV

    A heat wave hits London; Eleanor rekindles a romance; Eleanor's father notices Alice's beauty.

  • Bramwell IV

    Eleanor (Jemma Redgrave) tries to tell her father about a new romance.

  • Bramwell IV

    Eleanor (Jemma Redgrave) defends a mysterious patient from the suspicious staff.

  • Bramwell IV

    Eleanor (Jemma Redgrave) wants to remove a malformation from the head of a girl.

  • Charles Dickens' Our Mutual Friend

    Two lowlives plan to blackmail Mr. Boffin with Harmon's alternate will.

  • Charles Dickens' Our Mutual Friend

    A dissolute barrister and a deranged schoolmaster court Lizzie.

  • Charles Dickens' Our Mutual Friend

    A woman mourns the death of her fiance, a young heir to a fortune.

  • The Prince of Hearts

    A naive prince and his bodyguard arrive at Cambridge University.

  • The Unknown Soldier

    Pregnant Sophia remains loyal to the mysterious soldier accused of murder.

  • A Respectable Trade

    Mehuru tells pregnant Frances they must run away.

  • A Respectable Trade

    A proud and ambitious slave merchant (Warren Clarke) deals with his deeply ambivalent wife (Emma Fielding).

  • Wuthering Heights

    Emily Bronte's 'Wuthering Heights' tells of Heathcliff, Cathy, love and revenge.

  • King Lear

    Ian Holm stars in the Royal National Theatre production of Shakespeare's 'King Lear'; with Paul Rhys, Barbara Flynn and Amanda Redman.

  • The Unknown Soldier

    In World War I, a shellshocked, amnestic soldier meets a nurse.

  • The Choir

    The headmaster's plea for the survival of the choir angers the dean; Sally announces her marriage is over.

  • The Choir

    The dean (James Fox) of Aldminster is determined to restore his treasured cathedral, even if it means surrendering the choir.

  • Far From the Madding Crowd

    Sgt. Troy disappears after marrying independent Bathsheba (Paloma Baeza).

  • Far From the Madding Crowd

    Three men vie for the love of a beautiful and fiercely independent woman (Paloma Baeza).

  • Painted Lady

    Maggie (Helen Mirren) seeks the stolen artwork which holds the key to the killing.

  • Painted Lady

    A murder suspect (Helen Mirren) enters the underworld to prove her innocence.

  • The Wingless Bird

    Charles (Edward Atterton) worries about his brother's (Julian Wadham) war injuries.

  • The Wingless Bird

    Charles (Edward Atterton) tells his parents he plans to marry Agnes (Claire Skinner).

  • The Wingless Bird

    Strong-minded Agnes Conway (Claire Skinner) meets wealthy Charles Farrier (Edward Atterton).

  • The Woman in White

    A woman enters a nightmarish world where a strange person holds the key to a dark secret.

  • Reckless

    Anna (Francesca Annis) files for divorce and rejects Owen (Robson Green) for an act of betrayal.

  • Reckless

    Anna (Francesca Annis) takes a lover to avenge her husband's (Michael Kitchen) infidelity.

  • Reckless

    A young surgeon (Robson Green) is attracted to the wife (Francesca Annis) of his tyrannical boss.

  • Rhodes: The Reckoning

    A disastrous raid helps spark the Boer War.

  • Rhodes: The Place of Killing

    Cecil Rhodes (Martin Shaw) experiences opposition while trying to create an African empire.

  • Rhodes: All the World's Diamonds

    Cecil Rhodes (Martin Shaw) journeys to Africa and looks to create a monopoly on diamonds.

  • Bramwell III

    Eleanor has concerns about the bruised wife of a military man.

  • Bramwell III

    An influential doctor claims he can cure cholera.

  • Bramwell III

    A mysterious woman turns out to be Eleanor's (Jemma Redgrave) disgraced aunt Emily.

  • Bramwell III

    Eleanor (Jemma Redgrave) deals with a 12-year-old prostitute.

  • The Tenant of Wildfell Hall

    A wife (Tara Fitzgerald) tries to free herself and her son from an abusive man.

  • Prime Suspect: Errors of Judgment

    Jane Tennison (Helen Mirren) investigates a gang- and drug-related killing with a 12-year-old suspect. With John McArdle, Steven Mackintosh.

  • Prime Suspect: Errors of Judgment

    Jane Tennison (Helen Mirren) investigates a gang- and drug-related killing with a 12-year-old suspect. With John McArdle, Steven Mackintosh.

  • A Royal Scandal

    George IV's (Richard E. Grant) marriage of necessity brings misery and disgrace to both parties; with Susan Lynch.

  • Joseph Conrad's Nostromo

    Nostromo (Claudio Amendola) restores peace in Costaguana and is tempted by the silver he guarded.

  • Joseph Conrad's Nostromo

    Nostromo (Claudio Amendola) safeguards Charles Gould's (Colin Firth) silver from revolutionaries.

  • Joseph Conrad's Nostromo

    Revolution entangles Briton Charles Gould (Colin Firth) upon his return to the South American silver mine that claimed his father's life.

  • Bramwell II

    A train crash in the new underground railroad; Eleanor (Jemma Redgrave) must amputate a man's leg.

  • Bramwell II

    Dr. Bramwell (David Calder) attempts to pair his daughter Eleanor (Jemma Redgrave) with someone; a boxer suffers a head injury.

  • Bramwell II

    Eleanor (Jemma Redgrave) and Cora (Michele Dotrice) have a dispute over selling the Thrift.

  • Bramwell II

    Eleanor (Jemma Redgrave) is shocked that Cora's (Michele Dotrice) maid is married to a black African, in 'Bramwell II.'

  • Broken Glass

    In an adaptation of Arthur Miller's 'Broken Glass,' a Jewish housewife in 1938 Brooklyn loses the use of her legs after reading about Kristallnacht.

  • Moll Flanders

    After multiple marriages, Moll (Alex Kingston) turns to a life of crime.

  • Moll Flanders

    Seductive and cunning Moll Flanders (Alex Kingston) looks to marry for money.

  • Testament of Youth

    Cheryl Campbell stars in 'Testament of Youth,' an autobiographical account of a young nurse's experiences on the front during World War I.

  • Testament of Youth

    Cheryl Campbell and Rosalie Crutchley star in 'Testament of Youth,' based on Vera Brittain's autobiography.

  • The Rector's Wife

    Anna seeks comfort from Jonathan; Peter thinks Anna is having an affair; Anna refuses help from the church when Peter is killed in an accident.

  • The Rector's Wife

    Anna (Lindsay Duncan) takes on a job despite disapproval from her husband Peter (Jonathan Coy) and the people of his parish; based on a novel by Joanna Trollope.

  • Middlemarch

    Dorothea re-enters society; Bulstrode's secret is aired; Rosamond and Lydgate have money problems; John Raffles' return affects the town; Bulstrode defends himself; Dorothea finds Will with Rosamond.

  • Middlemarch

    Dorothea's uncle needs Ladislaw's help; Rosamond and Dr. Lydgate plan to wed; Dorothea becomes a widow; an old employee threatens Bulstrode.

  • Middlemarch

    In 1829 England, young idealists from Middlemarch plan for the future; based on the novel by George Eliot.

  • Charles Dickens' Martin Chuzzlewit

    Martin has a secret rendezvous with Mary; Anthony Chuzzlewit suffers a fatal stroke; Mercy wed Jonas; Pecksniff attempts to seduce Mary.

  • Charles Dickens' Martin Chuzzlewit

    Jonas and Mercy try to flee the country; Martin returns for his grandfather's forgiveness; Jonas is accused of murdering Montague Tigg; old Martin dispenses justice.

  • Charles Dickens' Martin Chuzzlewit

    Scheming relatives surround old Martin Chuzzlewit (Paul Scofield), who is in poor health.

  • Interview Day

    Children interview for entrance into Cambridge University; starring Alec Guinness, Maureen Lipman, Tom Wilkinson.

  • Signs and Wonders

    Elizabeth Palmore (Prunella Scales) hires a man (James Earl Jones) to rescue her daughter (Jodhi May) from a cult in California.

  • Signs and Wonders

    Elizabeth Palmore (Prunella Scales) hires a man (James Earl Jones) to rescue her daughter (Jodhi May) from a cult in California.

  • Prime Suspect: Scent of Darkness

    A recent string of murders resembles past cases and may establish the innocence of a convicted man (Tim Woodward).

  • Bramwell

    A male doctor's housekeeper suddenly dies; Lady Cora organizes a party to raise funds for the Thrift.

  • Bramwell

    Dr. Bramwell experiments with electrotherapy; a man refuses treatment for tuberculosis; Eleanor uncovers a family scandal.

  • Bramwell

    Eleanor opens the Thrift Infirmary; a music-hall performer collapses on stage; the bishop's visit does not go as planned.

  • Bramwell

    A doctor's removal of a woman's ovaries to cure psychological problems leads to her death; Eleanor diagnoses Victoria's abdominal discomfort.

  • To Play the King

    Ian Richardson stars as the power-driven, ruthless, scheming but superficially charming Francis Urquhart, newly elected British prime minister in a sequel to 'House of Cards.'

  • The Peacock Spring

    Pregnant Una elopes with Ravi and is forced to live in poverty.

  • The Peacock Spring

    A diplomat father sends for his daughters to provide a respectable cover for his affair with a beautiful Eurasian.

  • Heavy Weather

    Richard Briers, Peter O'Toole star in an adaptation of a P.G. Wodehouse novel about an eccentric pig breeder.

  • Prime Suspect: Inner Circles

    The investigation into a bizarre death exposes a web of fraud and government corruption.

  • The Final Cut

    Urquhart (Ian Richardson) and Makepeace (Paul Freeman) battle for party leadership.

  • The Final Cut

    Prime Minister Francis Urquhart (Ian Richardson) brokers a historic peace settlement between Greek and Turkish Cypriots.

  • The Politician's Wife

    A woman (Juliet Stevenson) is pressured to stand by her husband (Trevor Eve) after news of his affair with a former call girl (Minnie Driver) suddenly appears in the tabloids.

  • The Politician's Wife

    A woman (Juliet Stevenson) is pressured to stand by her husband (Trevor Eve) after news of his affair with a former call girl (Minnie Driver) suddenly appears in the tabloids.

  • The Choir

    Henry's hit saves the choir; Sally insists on a divorce; headmaster and wife are given three weeks to move out.

  • The Choir

    The headmaster's plea for the survival of the cathedral choir angers the dean; Sally announces that her marriage is over.

  • The Choir

    The headmaster's wife (Jane Asher) organizes a petition to save the threatened choir.

  • The Choir

    The dean (James Fox) of Aldminster is determined to restore his treasured cathedral, even if it means surrendering the choir.

  • Prime Suspect: The Lost Child

    Jane Tennison (Helen Mirren) investigates the disappearance of a young child.

  • The Great Kandinsky

    Kandinsky (Richard Harris) performs the stunt of his life, only to realize that his old professor has tricked him.

  • The Buccaneers: Capture/Plunder

    Virginia (Alison Elliott) visits Idina (Jenny Agutter) at Runnymede and receives shocking news; Nan (Carla Gugino) and Guy (Greg Wise) make plans to leave England.

  • The Buccaneers: Conquest/Ambush

    Julius (James Frain) proposes to Nan (Carla Gugino); Virginia (Alison Elliott) provides a son and heir for the Brightlingsea dynasty.

  • The Buccaneers: Invasion

    A woman (Gwen Humble) sends her daughters (Alison Elliott, Carla Gugino) to London in hope of easing their entry into New York society.

  • Clarissa

    Clarissa (Saskia Wickham) escapes Lovelace (Sean Bean) temporarily, as he ruthlessly plots to bed her.

  • Sharpe: Sharpe's Honour

    Richard Sharpe (Sean Bean) crosses enemy lines disguised as a Spanish rebel.

  • Sharpe: Sharpe's Enemy

    Richard Sharpe (Sean Bean) must do battle with deserters who have taken hostages.

  • Sharpe: Sharpe's Company

    Richard Sharpe (Sean Bean) must rescue family members from a siege before his enemies find them; a villain from Sharpe's past returns.

  • Charles Dickens' Hard Times

    Thomas Gradgrind (Bob Peck) propels his daughter, Louisa (Beatie Edney), into marrying a man twice her age.

  • Charles Dickens' Martin Chuzzlewit

    Montague Tigg (Pete Postlethwaite) is murdered; Jonas (Keith Allen) is accused of the crime; old Martin (Paul Scofield) dispenses justice.

  • Charles Dickens' Martin Chuzzlewit

    Jonas (Keith Allen) and Mercy (Julia Sawalha) try to flee the country; swindled in America, Martin Chuzzlewit (Ben Walden) returns for his grandfather's forgiveness.

  • Charles Dickens' Martin Chuzzlewit

    Mercy (Julia Sawalha) weds Jonas (Keith Allen); to seduce Mary (Pauline Turner), Pecksniff (Tom Wilkinson) invites Martin (Paul Scofield) to stay.

  • Charles Dickens' Martin Chuzzlewit

    Martin has a secret rendezvous with Mary; Anthony Chuzzlewit (Paul Scofield) suffers a fatal stroke; Jonas proposes to Mercy.

  • Charles Dickens' Martin Chuzzlewit

    Scheming relatives surround old Martin Chuzzlewit (Paul Scofield), who is in poor health.

  • The Cinder Path

    Upon returning home, a critically injured Charlie (Lloyd Owen) fulfills his love for Nellie (Maria Miles).

  • The Cinder Path

    Ginger Slater (Anthony Byrne), who witnessed Charlie's (Lloyd Owen) cover-up of a murder, threatens to go public.

  • The Cinder Path

    Charlie (Lloyd Owen) helps in a cover-up after a young farmhand (Ralph Nelson) kills Edward MacFell (Tom Bell).

  • Jeeves and Wooster IV

    Bertie's (Hugh Laurie) pal, Gussie Fink-Nottle (Richard Garnett), loses an incriminating notebook.

  • Jeeves and Wooster IV

    Aunt Dahlia (Vivian Pickles) commands Bertie (Hugh Laurie) to steal a silver creamer from Sir Watkyn (John Woodnutt).

  • Jeeves and Wooster IV

    The presence of Bobbie Wickham's young niece foils Bertie's (Hugh Laurie) attempts to propose to Bobbie.

  • Jeeves and Wooster IV

    Bertie (Hugh Laurie) decides to move to the country, causing his valet, Jeeves (Stephen Fry), to quit.

  • Jeeves and Wooster IV

    Jeeves (Stephen Fry) investigates when a pearl necklace is stolen.

  • Doctor Finlay: In Arcadia

    A contagious child runs away from home; the town seeks a dangerous dog; Dr. Cameron (Ian Bannen) prepares for his housekeeper's wedding.

  • Doctor Finlay: Secrecy

    Dr. Finlay (David Rintoul) uncovers a secret while probing the rudeness of a neighbor.

  • Doctor Finlay: Burning Bridges

    After a fist fight, Drs. Neil (Jason Flemyng) and Finlay (David Rintoul) treat each other's wounds; Dr. Cameron (Ian Bannen) helps an alcoholic.

  • Doctor Finlay: Stolen Lives

    A woman releases her institutionalized daughter after 38 years.

  • Doctor Finlay: Childsplay

    A responsible 13-year-old worries Dr. Finlay when she becomes defensive about her mother.

  • Doctor Finlay: A Delicate Balance

    Chaos exists at Arden House with Dr. Finlay's (David Rintoul) murder belief, Dr. Neil's (Jason Flemyng) self-doubt and Janet's (Annette Crosbie) marriage; based on characters by A.J. Cronin.

  • Dandelion Dead

    Despite Katherine's death, Herbert (Michael Kitchen) perseveres against his rival (David Thewlis) and stubborn dandelions.

  • Dandelion Dead

    Solicitor Herbert Armstrong (Michael Kitchen) struggles with a domineering wife (Sara Miles), a business rival (David Thewlis) and rampant dandelions; based on a celebrated British murder trial.

  • The Rector's Wife

    Anna (Lindsay Duncan) refuses help from the church when Peter (Jonathan Coy) is killed in an accident.

  • The Rector's Wife

    Anna (Lindsay Duncan) seeks comfort from Jonathan (Stephen Dillane); Peter (Jonathan Coy) thinks Anna is having an affair.

  • The Rector's Wife

    Anna (Lindsay Duncan) takes on a job despite disapproval from her husband Peter (Jonathan Coy) and the people of his parish; based on a novel by Joanna Trollope.

  • The Blue Boy

    A child's ghost haunts a young couple (Emma Thompson, Adrian Dunbar) visiting Argyll, Scotland; based on a local legend.

  • The Best Intentions

    Anna and Henrik (Pernilla August, Samuel Froler) meet the Queen of Sweden in Ingmar Bergman's 1992 film 'The Best Intentions.' (Swedish with English subtitles)

  • The Best Intentions

    Henrik and Anna (Samuel Froler, Pernilla August) marry and have a child in Ingmar Bergman's 1992 film 'The Best Intentions.' (Swedish with English subtitles)

  • The Best Intentions

    A young couple (Samuel Froler, Pernilla August) has a turbulent life and love in early 1900s Sweden in Ingmar Bergman's 1992 film 'The Best Intentions.' (Swedish with English subtitles)

  • Middlemarch

    John Raffles' (John Savident) return affects the town; Bulstrode (Peter Jeffrey) defends himself; Dorothea finds Will with Rosamond.

  • Middlemarch

    Dorothea (Juliet Aubrey) re-enters society; Bulstrode's (Peter Jeffrey) secret is aired; Rosamond and Lydgate (Trevyn McDowell, Douglas Hodge) have money problems.

  • Middlemarch

    Ladislaw's (Rufus Sewell) love for widowed Dorothea (Juliet Aubrey) keeps him in Middlemarch; an old employee threatens Bulstrode (Peter Jeffrey).

  • Middlemarch

    Dorothea's uncle (Robert Hardy) needs Ladislaw's help; Rosamond (Trevyn McDowell) and Dr. Lydgate (Douglas Hodge) plan to wed.

  • Middlemarch

    Will Ladislaw (Rufus Sewell) threatens Dorothea's (Juliet Aubrey) happiness; the new hospital director, Dr. Lydgate (Douglas Hodge), has enemies.

  • Middlemarch

    In 1829 England, young idealists from Middlemarch plan for the future; based on the epic by George Eliot.

  • Body and Soul

    Anna adapts to her new life and wonders if the convent is still the right place for her.

  • Body and Soul

    Anna works on saving the mill despite Beattie's undermining plans; Lynn's (Amanda Redman) baby is delivered.

  • Body and Soul

    Anna copes with life outside the convent, her attraction to Hal (Gary Mavers) and a corrupt mill manager (Anthony Valentine).

  • Body and Soul

    Tragedy forces a young nun (Kristin Scott Thomas) to leave the convent for her family and their textile business.

  • To Play the King

    Elizabeth (Diane Fletcher) advises her husband as the election nears; Mycroft (Nicholas Farrell) resigns when his secret is learned.

  • To Play the King

    The king (Michael Kitchen) reveals to the public his opinion about the prime minister's social policies.

  • To Play the King

    Pollster Sarah Harding (Kitty Aldridge) questions Urquhart's (Ian Richardson) motives when he calls a general election.

  • To Play the King

    The new king (Michael Kitchen) alarms Prime Minister Francis Urquhart (Ian Richardson) in the sequel to 'House of Cards.'

  • House of Cards

    Mattie (Susannah Harker) confronts Urquhart with the evidence of Collinridge's (David Lyon) downfall.

  • House of Cards

    A reporter (Susannah Harker) aids a politician (Ian Richardson) aiming for prime minister in 'House of Cards.'

  • Clarissa

    In Samuel Richardson's 18th-century tale, a virtuous woman (Saskia Wickham) seeks a rake's (Sean Bean) help.

  • Sharpe: Sharpe's Eagle

    Sharpe (Sean Bean) defends a widow (Katia Caballero) demeaned by two British officers.

  • Sharpe: Sharpe's Eagle

    Lt. Richard Sharpe (Sean Bean) seeks revenge behind enemy lines with Cmdr. Henry Simmerson.

  • Sharpe's Rifles

    A mystery man and the French cavalry stalk Sharpe's (Sean Bean) escort party for a box they possess.

  • Sharpe: Sharpe's Rifles

    Rifleman Richard Sharpe (Sean Bean) leads an escort mission during the Napoleonic campaigns in early 19th-century Spain.

  • Selected Exits

    Anthony Hopkins portrays the Welsh writer and British TV wit Gwyn Thomas in 'Selected Exits.'

  • Jeeves and Wooster III

    An upcoming wedding and an engagement lead Bertie (Hugh Laurie) to believe he is free.

  • Jeeves and Wooster III

    Bertie (Hugh Laurie) returns to England to find life just as tiresome as it was in New York.

  • Jeeves and Wooster III

    Bertie (Hugh Laurie) receives another unwelcome guest, his former fiancee Honoria Glossop.

  • Jeeves and Wooster III

    Bertie (Hugh Laurie) has trouble seeking a quiet life when he returns to New York with Jeeves (Stephen Fry).

  • A Summer's Lease

    Molly uncovers murder, adultery and corrupt practices, but her family tries to enjoy the summer.

  • A Summer's Lease

    A Briton (Susan Fleetwood) investigates a mystery while vacationing with her family in Tuscany. With John Gielgud.

  • Doctor Finlay: The Good Doctor

    Dr. Finlay (David Rintoul) and a peer disagree about National Health; Dr. Finlay is offered a practice in Canada.

  • Doctor Finlay: Forbidden Fruit

    One of Dr. Finlay's (David Rintoul) patients has a breakdown and Dr. Cameron (Ian Bannen) lectures German war prisoners.

  • Doctor Finlay: A Bitter Pill

    Dr. Cameron (Ian Bannen) moves the last of his things; Dr. Neil (Jason Flemyng) believes a patient is not taking her medicine.

  • Doctor Finlay: Winning the Peace

    Dr. Cameron (Ian Bannen) moves out of the Arden House; Dr. Neil (Jason Flemyng) is asked to join the church choir; Dr. Finlay (David Rintoul) treats a patient.

  • Doctor Finlay: Working Together

    Dr. Finlay and Dr. Neil (David Rintoul, Jason Flemyng) become partners, allowing Dr. Cameron (Ian Bannen) to retire; a patient is grateful.

  • Doctor Finlay: The Return

    Dr. John Finlay (David Rintoul) returns from World War II and finds changes in his hometown in Scotland.

  • Calling the Shots

    Maggie's (Lynn Redgrave) tormentor confronts her at home.

  • Calling the Shots

    Maggie (Lynn Redgrave) fears her tormentor is someone she knows. With Donald Douglas, Kelly Clark.

  • Calling the Shots

    TV documentarian Maggie Donnelly (Lynn Redgrave) receives threatening phone calls after reporting on date rape.

  • The Black Velvet Gown

    In 'The Black Velvet Gown,' an employer's hold on an 1830s widow (Janet McTeer) extends to her daughter (Geraldine Somerville).

  • The Black Velvet Gown

    In Catherine Cookson's 'The Black Velvet Gown,' set in 1830s England, an employer controls a widow (Janet McTeer) and her family.

  • Hedda Gabler

    Director Deborah Warner's production of Henrik Ibsen's 'Hedda Gabler' features Fiona Shaw, Stephen Rea, Nicholas Woodeson and Donal McCann.

  • The Blackheath Poisonings

    Family members stand trial for murder; Paul (Christien Anholt) explains his behavior to Isabel (Christine Kavanagh) in a letter.

  • The Blackheath Poisonings

    Another suspicious death occurs; Charlotte (Zoe Wanamaker) and Dangerfield (Patrick Malahide) wed.

  • The Blackheath Poisonings

    Adultery and deceit rule a middle-class family in turn-of-the-century England in 'The Blackheath Poisonings.'

  • Jeeves and Wooster II

    Jeeves (Stephen Fry) helps Bertie (Hugh Laurie) escape threatening men and demanding women.

  • Jeeves and Wooster II

    Bertie (Hugh Laurie) agrees to steal an aristocrat's memoirs for his fiancee. With Stephen Fry.

  • Jeeves and Wooster II

    Bertie (Hugh Laurie) aids Gussie Fink-Nottle in legal and love matters. With Stephen Fry, Mary Wimbush.

  • Jeeves and Wooster II

    Bertie (Hugh Laurie) must deter an aspiring actor (Nicholas Hewetson). With Stephen Fry.

  • The Secret Agent

    Winnie (Cheryl Campbell) confronts Verloc (David Suchet) about his role in terrorism.

  • The Secret Agent

    A man dies in Verloc's (David Suchet) botched blowup of the Greenwich Observatory. With Cheryl Campbell.

  • The Secret Agent

    Based on Joseph Conrad's novel, a European spy (David Suchet) is forced into terrorism in 1894 London.

  • Two Monologues: In My Defence/A Chip in the Sugar

    A woman (Saskia Reeves) justifies killing her terminally ill mother; a man's (Alan Bennett) life changes when his domineering mother dates an old suitor.

  • The Best of Friends

    Based on Hugh Whitemore's play, Sydney Cockerell (John Gielgud), nun Laurentia McLachlan (Wendy Hiller) and George Bernard Shaw (Patrick McGoohan) are fast friends in 1900s England.

  • Traffik

    Greed, gold and death rule the world of international drug smuggling; with Bill Paterson, Lindsay Duncan, Julia Ormond, Tilo Pruckner, Fritz Muller-Scherz, Jamal Shah and Talat Hussain.

  • A Very British Coup

    Newly elected Prime Minister Harry Perkins (Ray McAnally) faces opposition from many corners.

  • Backstage at Masterpiece Theatre: 20th Anniversary Favorites

    Highlights from 20 years, spoofs and interviews with actors.

  • A Tale of Two Cities

    Dr. Manette (Jean-Pierre Aumont) is released from prison; Darnay (Xavier DeLuc) is charged with treason.

  • The Yellow Wallpaper

    A depressed Victorian (Julia Watson) confined to a room by her physician husband (Stephen Dillon) becomes obsessed with a wallpaper pattern and the feeling of being watched.

  • A Wreath of Roses

    Lonely Camilla (Joanna McCallum) meets and falls for dashing but worthless Richard (Trevor Eve), when both witness a suicide at the railroad station.

  • Winston Churchill: The Wilderness Years

    Neville Chamberlain signs an agreement with Hitler, but people outside Parliament look toward Churchill as war becomes imminent.

  • Winston Churchill: The Wilderness Years

    Churchill spells out the danger of Britain's lamentable defenses against Hitler's increasing aggression.

  • Winston Churchill: The Wilderness Years

    Though colleagues openly oppose his views, Churchill continues to warn the government about Hitler's rise.

  • Winston Churchill: The Wilderness Years

    Churchill uses his forceful oratorical skills to rally Britain against Nazi Germany.

  • Winston Churchill: The Wilderness Years

    Churchill finds Samuel Hoare, senior cabinet minister, guilty of bribery and corruption.

  • Winston Churchill: The Wilderness Years

    Ramsay MacDonald's national government has isolated Churchill, but as he vacations in Germany, Hitler arranges for a meeting.

  • Winston Churchill: The Wilderness Years

    Churchill finds himself broke and in conflict with his own party leaders.

  • Winston Churchill: The Wilderness Years

    At the height of his fame, Chancellor of the Exchequer Winston Churchill (Robert Hardy) assuredly faces the general election of 1929.

  • A Very British Coup

    Newly elected Prime Minister Harry Perkins (Ray McAnally) enacts and enforces non-establishment policies despite media, government and military opposition.

  • A Very British Coup

    Perkins (Ray McAnally) decides to remove nuclear warheads and U.S. bases from Britain.

  • A Very British Coup

    Powerful factions disapprove of Perkins' (Ray McAnally) enactment of non-establishment policies.

  • A Very British Coup

    A scandal forces the foreign minister's resignation; Perkins inadvertently causes a nationwide power shortage; Perkins demands the United States abandon British bases.

  • A Very British Coup

    Newly elected Prime Minister Harry Perkins (Ray McAnally) faces opposition from many corners.

  • A Tale of Two Cities

    Sydney Carton (James Wilby) reveals the depths of his loyalty to Lucie (Serena Gordon).

  • A Tale of Two Cities

    Dr. Manette (Jean-Pierre Aumont) pleads for imprisoned Darnay's (Xavier DeLuc) life.

  • A Tale of Two Cities

    Darnay (Xavier DeLuc) and Lucie (Serena Gordon) wed; Carton (James Wilby) pledges devotion to Lucie.

  • A Tale of Two Cities

    Dr. Manette (Jean-Pierre Aumont) pleads for imprisoned Darnay's (Xavier DeLuc) life. Sydney Carton (James Wilby) reveals the depths of his loyalty to Lucie (Serena Gordon).

  • A Tale of Two Cities

    Dr. Manette (Jean-Pierre Aumont) is released from prison; Darnay (Xavier DeLuc) is charged with treason. Darnay and Lucie (Serena Gordon) wed; Carton (James Wilby) pledges devotion to Lucie.

  • To Serve Them All My Days

    David (John Duttine) continues to oppose Alcock's (Charles Kay) policies.

  • To Serve Them All My Days

    David (John Duttine) opposes the new headmaster's (Charles Kay) policies.

  • To Serve Them All My Days

    David (John Duttine) falls for Julia (Kim Braden); competition is tough in a race for headmaster.

  • To Serve Them All My Days

    Personal tragedy devastates David (John Duttine); David speaks for striking miners.

  • To Serve Them All My Days

    David (John Duttine) feels personally inadequate for failing to locate a missing pupil.

  • To Serve Them All My Days

    Beth (Belinda Lang) gives birth; a fire erupts; a woman (Kim Braden) joins the staff.

  • To Serve Them All My Days

    Violence results when David (John Duttine) opposes the erection of a war memorial.

  • To Serve Them All My Days

    Vacationing David (John Duttine) visits his family and falls in love. With Belinda Lang.

  • To Serve Them All My Days

    Disenchanted Christine (Susan Jameson) runs away; Julia (Kim Braden) has startling news.

  • To Serve Them All My Days

    David (John Duttine) becomes headmaster; Christine (Susan Jameson) considers his proposal.

  • To Serve Them All My Days

    Herries (Frank Middlemass) returns as headmaster; politics sadden Christine (Susan Jameson).

  • To Serve Them All My Days

    David's (John Duttine) ongoing feud with Alcock (Charles Kay) climaxes.

  • To Serve Them All My Days

    A disabled veteran (John Duttine) meets resistance from students and staff in his teaching job.

  • Traffik

    Fazal will not be released unless his family joins Tariq's trafficking operation; Ulli tries to trap Helen.

  • Traffik

    Jack's new views change his life; Ulli seeks to avenge Dieter's death; Helen plans to resume heroin trafficking.

  • Traffik

    Karl's trial begins; Caroline's worsening condition forces Jack to make decisions about his life.

  • Traffik

    Karl's creditors harass Helen; Caroline's odd behavior distracts Jack from efforts to avert a strike.

  • Traffik

    Ulli tries to avenge Dieter's death; Helen plans to resume heroin trafficking; Fazal remains in jail; Jack searches for Caroline. With Bill Patterson, Lindsay Duncan.

  • Traffik

    Karl's creditors harass Helen; Karl's trial begins; Caroline's worsening condition forces Jack to make decisions about his life. With Bill Patterson, Lindsay Duncan.

  • Traffik

    British politician Jack Lithgow's incursion on Pakistani opium production endangers a farm family. A drug bust makes Helen rethink her values. With Bill Patterson, Lindsay Duncan.

  • Therese Raquin

    Therese, Laurent and the invalid mother of the late Camille form a triangle of desperation.

  • Therese Raquin

    The haunting spirit of Camille disrupts Therese and Laurent's wedding night.

  • Therese Raquin

    A woman (Kate Nelligan) becomes passionately involved with a school friend (Brian Cox) of her ailing husband.

  • A Town Like Alice

    Jean conquers her fear of the outback after a rescue mission through dangerous flood waters.

  • A Town Like Alice

    Jean has trouble adjusting to the harsh outback of Australia where she and Joe are reunited.

  • A Town Like Alice

    While Jean searches for Joe in Australia, her lawyer in London withholds information from Joe.

  • A Town Like Alice

    Jean Paget returns to Malaya after the war to build a well for the villagers.

  • A Town Like Alice

    Australian prisoner of war Joe Harmon (Bryan Brown) develops a special interest in Jean Paget (Helen Morse) while helping the English prisoners.

  • A Town Like Alice

    A group of English women and children are forced on a death march as prisoners of the Japanese on Malaya. Based on the novel by Nevil Shute.

  • Titmuss Regained: And the Next Day

    Titmuss (David Threlfall) may lose his wife, home and position. With Peter Capaldi.

  • Titmuss Regained: Tomorrow

    Jealousy mars Leslie (David Threlfall) and Jenny's (Kristin Scott Thomas) happiness.

  • Titmuss Regained: Today

    British Cabinet member Leslie Titmuss (David Threlfall) tries to marry and save his home.

  • Talking Heads: Bed Among the Lentils

    Bored Susan (Maggie Smith) reviews her spiritless life as vicar's wife in a small parish.

  • 20th Anniversary Favorites

    In 'The Six Wives of Henry VIII', Henry (Keith Michell) beheads his fifth wife, beautiful Catherine Howard (Angela Pleasence), for alleged infidelity.

  • 20th Anniversary Favorites

    In 'The Tale of Beatrix Potter,' Potter's (Holly Aird/Penelope Wilton) love of animals inspires 'The Tale of Peter Rabbit'; as her books gain popularity, Beatrix defies domineering parents.

  • 20th Anniversary Favorites

    In an episode of 'The Jewel in the Crown,' a British police superintendent (Tim Pigott-Smith) in India dogs a British-educated Indian (Art Malik) who thwarted his plans.

  • 20th Anniversary Favorites

    In an episode of 'Elizabeth R,' the princess (Glenda Jackson) bides her time until Mary Tudor dies, then outwits her rivals and takes the throne.

  • 20th Anniversary Favorites

    A couple (Joan Plowright, Alec McCowen) use deception to get jobs in 'All for Love: A Dedicated Man.'

  • 20th Anniversary Favorites

    In an episode of 'I, Claudius,' Caligula's (John Hurt) sanity rapidly deteriorates. With Derek Jacobi.

  • 20th Anniversary Favorites

    The results of one-month trial marriages astonish two couples in Frederick Lonsdale's 'On Approval.' With Jeremy Brett, Penelope Keith, Helen Hayle, Benjamin Whitrow.

  • 20th Anniversary Favorites

    Episode three from 'The Flame Trees of Thika,' based on Elspeth Huxley's memoirs.

  • Backstage at Masterpiece Theatre: 20th Anniversary Favorites

    Highlights from 20 years, spoofs and interviews with actors.

  • 20th Anniversary Favorites

    Three episodes from 'Upstairs, Downstairs': The king dines with the Bellamys in 'Guest of Honor'; romance blooms in 'Such a Lovely Man'; the market crash affects the household in 'All the King's Horses.'

  • Testament of Youth

    Following World War I, Vera returns to Oxford where she forms a lifelong friendship with Winifred Holtby, a writing colleague.

  • Testament of Youth

    Wounded Germans and front-line service keep Vera busy during her overseas tour that ends abruptly when tragic news forces her to return to London.

  • Testament of Youth

    Following Roland's death, Vera channels her considerable energies into nursing by volunteering for overseas service.

  • Summer's Lease: The Urbino Trail

    Molly (Susan Fleetwood) meets Buck (Jeremy Kemp) at last; her visit is fateful.

  • Summer's Lease: A Battlefield

    Molly (Susan Fleetwood) is warned about snooping. With Jeremy Kemp, Michael Pennington.

  • Summer's Lease: Where the Water Goes

    Molly (Susan Fleetwood) pays dearly for water. With Michael Pennington, John Gielgud.

  • Summer's Lease: Villa to Let

    An absentee landlord intrigues a vacationing Briton. With John Gielgud, Susan Fleetwood.

  • Bon Voyage

    A novelist (Judy Parfitt) and a thrice-wed alcoholic (Nigel Havers) find romance. From a Noel Coward story.

  • Mrs. Capper's Birthday

    A cleaning lady finds herself in a tricky situation on her 50th birthday. From a Noel Coward story.

  • Me & the Girls

    Homosexual cabaret artist George Banks (Tom Courtenay) recalls his life while dying in a Swiss sanitarium.

  • Mr. & Mrs. Edgehill

    A patriotic middle-aged British couple (Judi Dench, Ian Holm) represent their government on the eve of World War II. Adapted from a Noel Coward story.

  • Star Quality

    A director (Ian Richardson) pampers a temperamental stage star (Susannah York) as he prepares to open a new play. Adapted from a Noel Coward story.

  • Sorrell & Son

    Sorrell hides ill health from Kit; successful Kit enters London society and proposes to Molly.

  • Sorrell & Son

    Kit's status as a surgeon satisfies Sorrell's ambitions; liberated Molly has no plans to marry.

  • Sorrell & Son

    Medical student Kit has an affair with a working girl; Sorrell and the Pelican Hotel prosper.

  • Sorrell & Son

    Dora (Gwen Watford) tries to win Kit's (Paul Critchley) love; Kit's headmaster dismisses him.

  • Sorrell & Son

    Stephen Sorrell (Richard Pasco) returns from war to a soured marriage and a young son.

  • Sleepers

    KGB bigwig Zorin determines the sleepers' (Warren Clarke, Nigel Havers) fates.

  • Sleepers

    Forced to flee, Jeremy and Albert (Nigel Havers, Warren Clarke) reluctantly seek refuge in Scotland.

  • Sleepers

    The KGB and CIA pick up the trail of missing KGB agents (Nigel Havers, Warren Clarke).

  • Sleepers

    The Kremlin sends a woman to Britain to find two forgotten KGB agents (Nigel Havers, Warren Clarke).

  • Sons & Lovers

    Paul begins an ironic friendship with Clara's husband during a visit to the hospital.

  • Sons & Lovers

    Mrs. Morel battles a serious illness; Dawes retaliates after learning of Paul and Clara's affair.

  • Sons & Lovers

    Paul heeds Clara's advice and pursues his feelings for Miriam.

  • Sons & Lovers

    Paul, realizing he cannot give Miriam the devoted love that she needs, is attracted to Clara Dawes' strong, independent character.

  • Sons & Lovers

    As Paul and Miriam grow closer he begins to feel torn between his mother, Miriam and a seductive older woman.

  • Sons & Lovers

    As Paul recovers from a long illness, he meets a provincial farm family and is attracted to their naive daughter, Miriam.

  • Sons & Lovers

    A sensitive young artist and his mother seek to escape from their drab existence among the Welsh coal mines. From D.H. Lawrence's autobiographical novel. Stars Eileen Atkins, Karl Johnson, Leonie Mellinger, Lynn Dearth.

  • Scoop

    In Evelyn Waugh's satirical 'Scoop,' a timid wildlife writer (Michael Maloney) is sent to East Africa as a war correspondent. With Denholm Elliot, Nicola Pagett, Donald Pleasence.

  • Strangers & Brothers

    Eliot has an affair with Margaret as he recruits scientists for nuclear research during the war.

  • Strangers & Brothers

    Roy Calvert takes Lewis Eliot on a visit to Berlin; Sheila has a mental breakdown.

  • Strangers & Brothers

    Eliot discovers political intrigue and scandal when he investigates the March family.

  • Strangers & Brothers

    Eliot leaves the bar to teach at Cambridge, where he meets the volatile Roy Calvert.

  • Strangers & Brothers

    Eliot returns to London to marry Sheila and becomes disillusioned with the law.

  • Strangers & Brothers

    C.P. Snow's saga begins with an idealistic Lewis Elliot (Shaughan Seymour) entering a clerkship with the shady barrister Herbert Getliffe.

  • A Room of One's Own

    Eileen Atkins performs a program based on 1928 lectures by Virginia Woolf to Girton College students.

  • The Real Charlotte

    Francie (Joanna Roth) chooses between her husband (Patrick Bergin) and lover (Nicholas Hewetson).

  • The Real Charlotte

    Charlotte (Jeananne Crowley) tells Mrs. Lambert of her husband's infatuation with Francie.

  • The Real Charlotte

    A young Irishwoman (Joanna Roth) comes to live with her iron-willed cousin (Jeananne Crowley).

  • Private Schulz

    Even though the Germans lose the war, Schulz is comforted by the remembrance of two million pounds buried in the English countryside.

  • Private Schulz

    Schulz's hopes soar when he gains access to Maj. Nauheim's new secretary -- and a million pounds.

  • Private Schulz

    Schulz is unwittingly sidetracked by the evacuation of Dunkirk after he parachutes into England to distribute millions in counterfeit bank notes.

  • Private Schulz

    A German army private recruits forgers to produce counterfeit English bank notes as part of a wacky scheme in which everything goes wrong.

  • Private Schulz

    A street-wise German gets out of jail, only to be recruited into a counterespionage unit. With Michael Elphick, Billie Whitelaw, Ian Richardson.

  • Paradise Postponed

    Leslie's political career is established; Lady Grace's jewel box is stolen.

  • Paradise Postponed

    The dying Dr. Salter tells Fred to look after Dorothy; Agnes leaves Henry.

  • Paradise Postponed

    Christmas in 1969 is spent at the rectory.

  • Paradise Postponed

    Charlotte realizes she is powerless to stop Leslie's scheming.

  • Paradise Postponed

    Fred qualifies as a doctor; Charlotte tries to secure an old cottage.

  • Paradise Postponed

    Henry and Agnes marry; Leslie and Charlotte's shotgun wedding proves unfruitful.

  • Paradise Postponed

    Henry finds an earlier will and seeks a lawyer's advice.

  • Paradise Postponed

    The history of the Rev. Simcox is continued through 1958, as Henry tries to prove that his father was not legally competent.

  • Paradise Postponed

    Fred uncovers his family's dark secrets; Leslie fights for his son's inheritance.

  • Paradise Postponed

    Leslie uses Charlotte's death to further his career; Fred tries to stop Henry.

  • Paradise Postponed

    The family of the Rev. Simeon Simcox is shocked by the contents of his will, and one son becomes determined to contest it.

  • Portrait of a Marriage

    Harold's (David Haig) news alters Vita's (Janet McTeer) loyalties. With Cathryn Harrison.

  • Portrait of a Marriage

    Harold (David Haig) and Vita (Janet McTeer) react to Violet's (Cathryn Harrison) engagement.

  • Portrait of a Marriage

    An adaptation of Nigel Nicolson's account of his parents, author Vita Sackville-West and diplomat Harold Nicolson, features Janet McTeer, David Haig, Cathryn Harrison.

  • Piece of Cake

    Barton (Tom Burlinson) tries to raise morale as the overworked pilots await reinforcements. With Boyd Gaines.

  • Piece of Cake

    Germany attacks France; 'Fanny' Barton (Tom Burlinson) becomes squadron leader. With Boyd Gaines.

  • Piece of Cake

    A double wedding approaches at the same time real fighting starts. With Tim Woodward, Boyd Gaines.

  • Piece of Cake

    Rex (Tim Woodward) tests the bored squadron in the air and on the ground. With Boyd Gaines.

  • Piece of Cake

    The squadron dreams of combat and romance at a French chateau. With Tim Woodward, Boyd Gaines.

  • Piece of Cake

    RAF pilots see action in World War II France. With Tim Woodward, Boyd Gaines. Adapted from a Derek Robinson novel.

  • Pictures

    Ruby finally gets a chance to star in her own life story; despite Bill's love and Graham's bribed infidelity she maintains her efforts toward a successful marriage.

  • Pictures

    Ruby forbears in her marriage to Graham while working in a small role at the film studio.

  • Pictures

    Ruby keeps her hopes up even when the financial backer of her film insists his girlfriend play the lead role.

  • Pictures

    After Bill disappears with the only copy of his script, prima donna Margot Romark insists on playing the lead role.

  • Pictures

    Scriptwriter Trench develops an unprofessional interest in Ruby as he studies her life for his script.

  • Pictures

    Ruby's antics with studio star Garfield Forbes-Lawson menace her chance to perform in the movie based on her life.

  • Pictures

    Flapper Ruby L. Sears (Wendy Morgan) gate-crashes a film studio party, giving scriptwriter Bill Trench (Peter McEnery) an idea for a 'modern' movie.

  • Precious Bane

    Kester (John Bowe) returns to find Prue (Janet McTeer) accused of witchcraft.

  • Precious Bane

    Harelipped Prue Sarn (Janet McTeer) dreams of romance with an attentive weaver (John Bowe).

  • Parnell & the Englishwoman: The Reckoning

    Parnell (Trevor Eve) and Kitty's (Francesca Annis) hopes shatter.

  • Parnell & the Englishwoman: The Libel

    Ailing Parnell (Trevor Eve) is falsely implicated in murder. With Francesca Annis.

  • Parnell & the Englishwoman: The Outrage

    Capt. O'Shea (David Robb) angers Parnell (Trevor Eve), who wants Irish home rule.

  • Parnell & the Englishwoman: The Meeting

    Irishman Charles Stewart Parnell (Trevor Eve) seems destined for political greatness.

  • On Approval

    The results of one-month trial marriages astonish two couples in Frederick Lonsdale's 'On Approval.' With Jeremy Brett, Penelope Keith, Helen Hayle, Benjamin Whitrow.

  • Nancy Astor -- The Last of the Southern Belles

    At 60, Nancy bitterly resents Waldorf's advising her to resign her seat because of her erratic behavior.

  • Nancy Astor -- Guests for the Weekend

    Nancy is jeered in Parliament for entertaining the German ambassador as war approaches.

  • Nancy Astor -- Scandals

    Nancy's first marriage is used against her when she speaks against relaxing the divorce laws.

  • Nancy Astor -- The First Lady

    Waldorf's father dies, making him the new Lord Astor; Nancy decides to run for his forfeited seat in the House of Commons.

  • Nancy Astor -- A House in Buckinghamshire

    The newlyweds move to Waldorf's country estate where he makes a bid for a seat in Parliament.

  • Nancy Astor -- The Passenger on the Ocean Liner

    Nancy and her sister join the social whirl in London and consider marriage, but the return trip to Virginia introduces Waldorf Astor.

  • Nancy Astor -- The Gentleman From Boston

    As the marriage deteriorates, Nancy flees to escape Shaw's hatred, philandering and drinking.

  • Nancy Astor -- The Langhornes of Virginia

    The life of the first woman (Lisa Harrow) to be elected to England's House of Commons (Lisa Harrow) starts with her childhood in Virginia and marriage to a wealthy Boston socialite (Pierce Brosnan).

  • A Murder of Quality

    Smiley (Denholm Elliott) believes a student has knowledge of a savage murder.

  • A Murder of Quality

    George Smiley (Denholm Elliott) investigates a brutal murder predicted by the victim.

  • Love Song

    Marriage does nothing to quell Philippa's and William's desire to outdo the other in all areas.

  • Love Song

    Two students who loathe each other are drawn together by World War II. From a story by Jeffrey Archer.

  • The Last Place on Earth

    Scott and his crew become heroes posthumously when malnutrition and beastly weather kill them.

  • The Last Place on Earth

    Amundsen plants the Norwegian flag at the South Pole; Scott arrives a month later.

  • The Last Place on Earth

    Amundsen slaughters dogs for food and moves on while Scott struggles with a blizzard.

  • The Last Place on Earth

    Amundsen forces his men onto the ice shelf; Scott's ponies and motor sledges fail him.

  • The Last Place on Earth

    Scott's zeal for the voyage diminishes when he learns of Amundsen's start to the South Pole.

  • The Last Place on Earth

    In 1907 British navy Capt. Robert Scott (Martin Shaw) and Norwegian explorer Roald Amundsen (Sverre Anker Ousdal) vie to be first to reach the South Pole.

  • Lost Empires

    The murderer is discovered too late; Nick plans to leave for America; Richard enlists in the army.

  • Lost Empires

    A body is found; Cissie gets a nasty shock; the abrasive Doris Tingley joins the Ganga Dun act.

  • Lost Empires

    Singer Lilly Farris and her sinister accompanist replace Julie on the tour.

  • Lost Empires

    After Tommy Beamish discovers Richard with Julie, Nick arranges to have Beamish booed off the stage.

  • Lost Empires

    Richard has a secret rendezvous with Julia on Christmas despite warnings from Cissie.

  • Lost Empires

    Richard falls in love with the enchanting Nancy while his uncle plots to outwit the law.

  • Lost Empires

    A vaudeville magician is joined by his naive, North Country nephew on a 1913 tour of British music halls. With Sir Laurence Olivier as comic Harry Burrard. Based on the novel by J.B. Priestly.

  • Lord Mountbatten: The Last Viceroy

    Lord and Lady Mountbatten fulfill their obligations to the Indian government.

  • Lord Mountbatten: The Last Viceroy

    Hindus and Moslems move out of each other's territories as the violence persists.

  • Lord Mountbatten: The Last Viceroy

    Lady Mountbatten nurses the wounded, as Gandhi despairs over continuing civil unrest.

  • Lord Mountbatten: The Last Viceroy

    Moslem leader Jinnah forces a separate Moslem state upon Nehru, Gandhi and the British.

  • Lord Mountbatten: The Last Viceroy

    Mountbatten tries to negotiate with battling Moslem and Hindu factions.

  • Lord Mountbatten: The Last Viceroy

    In 1946 Mountbatten and his wife, Edwina, oversee the end of British rule in India.

  • Jeeves and Wooster

    Wooster's (Hugh Laurie) efforts to help Gussie (Richard Garnett) woo Madeline (Francesca Folan) go awry.

  • Jeeves and Wooster

    Gussie Fink-Nottle (Richard Garnett) seeks Wooster's (Hugh Laurie) advice in love matters.

  • Jeeves and Wooster

    Jeeves (Stephen Fry) learns that the sports events Wooster (Hugh Laurie) gambled on are fixed.

  • Jeeves and Wooster

    Wooster (Hugh Laurie) enters a golf tournament; Jeeves (Stephen Fry) disapproves of Wooster's love interest.

  • Jeeves and Wooster

    Bertie Wooster (Hugh Laurie) hires a valet (Stephen Fry); Aunt Agatha (Mary Wimbush) wants Wooster to wed.

  • The Jewel in the Crown -- The Towers of Silence

    Barbie sets off in a rickshaw and disappears after she finds Mildred and the adjutant making love.

  • The Jewel in the Crown -- The Day of the Scorpion

    Merrick, badly disfigured by burns, secretly returns to Pankot; Susan's sanity snaps.

  • The Jewel in the Crown -- Daughter of the Regiment

    Susan (Wendy Morgan) goes into premature labor upon finding Mabel dead; Clark seduces Sarah (Geraldine James).

  • The Jewel in the Crown -- Ordeal by Fire

    Sarah (Geraldine James) goes to Calcutta to visit Merrick after he is injured trying to save Teddy.

  • The Jewel in the Crown -- The Regimental Silver

    Lady Manners persuades the governor to review the evidence against Hari Kumar; Sarah must tell a pregnant Susan that Teddy has been killed in battle.

  • The Jewel in the Crown -- Incidents at a Wedding

    A stone thrown at the Nawab's car forces the chief minister to confront Merrick.

  • The Jewel in the Crown -- Questions of Loyalty

    Lady Manners chooses to raise the half-caste child when Daphne dies giving birth to a daughter.

  • The Jewel in the Crown -- The Bibighar Gardens

    After an illicit meeting with Hari, Daphne (Susan Wooldridge) is raped by a gang of ruffians.

  • The Jewel in the Crown -- A Division of the Spoils

    Perron, Sarah and Susan are on a train during an anti-Moslem riot as India prepares to split with Pakistan.

  • The Jewel in the Crown -- Pandora's Box

    Guy Perron returns to observe the last days of British rule and finds that Merrick died in a 'hunting accident' after marrying Susan.

  • The Jewel in the Crown -- The Moghul Room

    Merrick is recalled to Delhi; Perron and Sarah become close.

  • The Jewel in the Crown -- Travelling Companions

    Sarah tries to stop Susan's engagement to Merrick, but no one will talk openly about his past.

  • The Jewel in the Crown -- An Evening at the Maharanee's

    A young English intelligence officer witnesses Merrick's interrogation of an Indian, then meets Sarah at the Maharanee's.

  • The Jewel in the Crown -- Crossing the River

    Paul Scott's British Empire saga opens in 1942 India with an English police captain (Tim Pigott-Smith) hunting for a young British-educated Indian who loves the shy English girl Merrick hopes to marry.

  • I, Claudius: Hail Who?

    Mad Caligula (John Hurt) lives decadently; Claudius (Derek Jacobi) is crowned emperor. With Sam Dastor.

  • I, Claudius: Zeus By Jove!

    Herod (James Faulkener) returns to Rome; Caligula (John Hurt) declares himself a god. With Derek Jacobi.

  • I, Claudius: Reign of Terror

    Tiberius (George Baker) accuses many of treason and names Caligula (John Hurt) successor.

  • I, Claudius: Queen of Heaven

    Caligula (John Hurt) encourages Tiberius' (George Baker) eroticism; Livia (Sian Phillips) wants deification.

  • I, Claudius: Some Justice

    Tiberius (George Baker) takes the throne; young Caligula (Robert Morgan) shows signs of evil. With Derek Jacobi.

  • I, Claudius: Poison Is Queen

    Claudius (Derek Jacobi) has a son; dying Augustus (Brian Blessed) realizes Livia's (Sian Phillips) treachery.

  • I, Claudius: What Shall Become of Claudius?

    Claudius (Derek Jacobi) plays the fool to preserve his life, and is ridiculed for marrying an amazon.

  • I, Claudius: Waiting in the Wings

    Livia (Sian Phillips) begs Augustus (Brian Blessed) to summon Tiberius (George Baker). With Derek Jacobi.

  • I, Claudius: Old King Log

    Claudius (Derek Jacobi) has premonitions of death as his wife (Barbara Young) plots for her son, Nero.

  • I, Claudius: A God in Colchester

    Claudius (Derek Jacobi) and Herod (James Faulkener) are foes; Messalina (Sheila White) is unfaithful.

  • I, Claudius: Fools Luck

    Herod (James Faulkener) advises Claudius (Derek Jacobi); Messalina (Sheila White) bears Claudius a son.

  • I, Claudius: A Touch of Murder/Family Affairs

    Aging Claudius (Derek Jacobi), Emperor of Rome, reminisces; Livia (Sian Phillips) schemes and murders to secure the throne for Tiberius (George Baker). With Brian Blessed, Frances White.

  • Heat of the Day

    Harrison (Michael Gambon) will remain silent if Stella (Patricia Hodge) becomes his mistress.

  • Heat of the Day

    A 1940s divorcee (Patricia Hodge) learns her lover (Michael York) may be a traitor.

  • Heat of the Day

    A British agent (Michael Gambon) tells a 1940s divorcee (Patricia Hodge) her lover (Michael York) may be a traitor. Based on a novel by Elizabeth Bowen.

  • House of Cards

    Mattie (Susannah Harker) confronts Urquhart (Ian Richardson) with damning evidence in 'House of Cards.'

  • House of Cards

    Mattie (Susannah Harker) seeks the truth behind Collinridge's (David Lyon) downfall in 'House of Cards.'

  • House of Cards

    Mattie (Susannah Harker) continues to aid ruthless Urquhart (Ian Richardson) in 'House of Cards.'

  • House of Cards

    A reporter (Susannah Harker) aids a politician (Ian Richardson) aiming to be prime minister in 'House of Cards.'

  • The Ginger Tree

    Mary (Samantha Bond) searches for her son; Kurihama (Daisuke Ryu) orders Mary to return home.

  • The Ginger Tree

    Mary (Samantha Bond) becomes a successful designer; Kurihama (Daisuke Ryu) asks Mary to wed him.

  • The Ginger Tree

    Count Kurihama (Daisuke Ryu) gives Mary (Samantha Bond) a home but gives their son to another couple.

  • The Ginger Tree

    Scottish Mary MacKenzie (Samantha Bond) marries a British soldier in 1903 Manchuria.

  • Goodbye Mr. Chips

    Chipping wins his quarrel with the new headmaster but finds himself facing a far greater threat.

  • Goodbye Mr. Chips

    Chips finds his loyalties split when Katherine argues with his housekeeper, Mrs. Wickett.

  • Goodbye Mr. Chips

    Young Mr. Chipping (Roy Marsden) arrives at Brookfield School and meets an enchanting woman.

  • Glory Enough for All

    Uncertainty about who deserves credit for treating diabetes clouds the celebratory mood. With R.H. Thomson, John Woodvine, Robert Wisden, Michael Zelniker.

  • Glory Enough for All

    Rivalry develops between Dr. MacLeod (John Woodvine) and Dr. Banting (R.H. Thomson) as each works to develop a cure for diabetes.

  • The Flame Trees of Thika -- The Drums of War

    Tilly (Hayley Mills) volunteers for hospital work; Robin (David Robb) joins his battalion in France.

  • The Flame Trees of Thika -- Safari

    Ian unleashes his passion for Lettice; Hereward attacks Ian; Robin (David Robb) heads for Nairobi.

  • The Flame Trees of Thika -- A Real Sportsman

    The arrival of an enormous piano has little effect on the already tense Palmer household.

  • The Flame Trees of Thika -- Friends in High Places

    Tilly (Hayley Mills) tries a modern medical cure for Njombo; Sammy discovers the dynamite storage hut.

  • The Flame Trees of Thika -- Happy New Year

    Elspeth's (Holly Aird) holiday with the conservative Mrs. Nimmo becomes memorably boisterous.

  • The Flame Trees of Thika -- Hyenas Will Eat Anything

    Tilly (Hayley Mills) asks the neighbors to dinner; Elspeth (Holly Aird) learns a murderer's identity.

  • The Flame Trees of Thika -- The Promised Land

    Kenya's wilderness promises riches to a family from Edwardian England. With Hayley Mills, Holly Aird.

  • Fortunes of War

    Guy helps Simon overcome his disability; Harriet and Guy settle differences at Edwina's wedding.

  • Fortunes of War

    Harriet meets Aiden Pratt; feeling ill and neglected by Guy, Harriet decides to return to England.

  • Fortunes of War

    Simon Boulderstone searches for his lost brother; Angela Hooper moves into the Pringles' building.

  • Fortunes of War

    Harriet's attachment to a young officer ends as Prince Yakimov reunites her with Guy in Athens.

  • Fortunes of War

    Prince Yakimov moves in with the Pringles, who secretly hide Sasha Drucker from the Iron Guard.

  • Fortunes of War

    Harriet feels neglected when Guy wins popularity with the city's intellectuals and expatriates.

  • Fortunes of War

    Newlyweds Guy and Harriet Pringle journey across wartime Europe to uneasily neutral Romania.

  • Flickers

    A glimmer of hope sustains Arnie despite his sudden loss of money and the leading lady.

  • Flickers

    After repeated confrontations with the bankers, Arnie puts to use the beguiling charms of an old flame.

  • Flickers

    Arnie hires a glamorous and demanding actress to star in his costume drama.

  • Flickers

    Arnie begins to appreciate Maude's talents when she helps him convert an abandoned warehouse into a movie studio.

  • Flickers

    Arnie is so obsessed with his film-making business he almost overlooks his wife's displeasure on their wedding night.

  • Flickers

    A pioneer movie producer (Bob Hoskins) gains needed capital by agreeing to marry a wealthy woman (Frances de la Tour).

  • Drake's Venture

    Sir Francis Drake's 1557 voyage to destroy the Spanish Fleet in the Pacific wreaks additional havoc in the court of Queen Elizabeth I.

  • A Doll's House

    In Henrik Ibsen's play, a 19th-century Norwegian (Juliet Stevenson) realizes her husband (Trevor Eve) of eight years considers her just a pretty toy; with Geraldine James.

  • Disraeli: Portrait of a Romantic -- The Chief

    Disraeli (Ian McShane) becomes prime minister under Queen Victoria. With Rosemary Leach.

  • Disraeli: Portrait of a Romantic -- The Great Game

    Disraeli's (Ian McShane) political ambitions steer him. With Mary Peach.

  • Disraeli: Portrait of a Romantic -- Mary Anne

    Disraeli (Ian McShane) remains ambitious and aloof. With Mary Peach.

  • Disraeli: Portrait of a Romantic -- Dizzy

    Dandy Benjamin Disraeli's (Ian McShane) novels stir controversy.

  • Death of the Heart

    A 16-year-old orphan falls in love when she goes to London to live with her stepbrother and his elegant wife. Based on the novel by Elizabeth Bowen.

  • David Copperfield

    Dora and David wed; Mr. Micawber, Traddles and David confront Uriah Heep; David begins a new life.

  • David Copperfield

    Mr. Spenlow forbids David to see Dora after finding David's love letters to her.

  • David Copperfield

    David stays with Mr. Wickfield in Canterbury and is later apprenticed to a London lawyer.

  • David Copperfield

    David is friendless when odd Mr. Micawber (Simon Callow) and his family are sent to debtor's prison.

  • David Copperfield

    David (Colin Hurley) leads an idyllic life until his mother marries Mr. Murdstone (Oliver Cotton).

  • Day After the Fair

    Edith (Hannah Gordon) plans to tell Charles (Martyn Stanbridge) she authored love letters Anna sent him.

  • Day After the Fair

    Discontented wife Edith (Hannah Gordon) writes love letters for her maid (Sammi Davis).

  • Day After the Fair

    Discontented wife Edith (Hannah Gordon) writes love letters for her maid (Sammi Davis), then spoils it by telling their recipient (Martyn Stanbridge). With Anna Massey, Kenneth Haigh.

  • Crime and Punishment

    While at the police station claiming his trinkets, Raskolnikov meets the inspector investigating the old woman's murder.

  • Crime and Punishment

    An impoverished university student in Russia believes he is entitled to commit murder without penalty.

  • Clarissa

    Clarissa (Saskia Wickham) escapes Lovelace (Sean Bean) temporarily, as he ruthlessly plots to bed her.

  • Clarissa

    An accomplice (Cathryn Harrison) furthers Lovelace's (Sean Bean) scheme to possess Clarissa (Saskia Wickham).

  • Clarissa

    In Samuel Richardson's 18th-century tale, a virtuous woman (Saskia Wickham) seeks a rake's (Sean Bean) help.

  • The Citadel

    The illness of a friend's daughter involves Andrew in the frontiers of medical research.

  • The Citadel

    Secure as a doctor to the wealthy, Andrew becomes involved with a married patient.

  • The Citadel

    Andrew's expert handling of an emergency in a boutique impresses the fashionable set and introduces him to a new clientele.

  • The Citadel

    Having struggled to establish a new practice in London, Andrew debates whether to follow Freddie's potentially lucrative advice.

  • The Citadel

    An accident in the mines tests Andrew's skill in the midst of his crusade against Dr. Llewellyn's fee-splitting policy.

  • The Citadel

    Andrew and his new wife move to a neighboring mining town, where he discovers a history of unethical medicine.

  • The Citadel

    Andrew is unprepared for the results of accepting a gift of five pounds from a grateful patient.

  • The Citadel

    Dr. Andrew Manson (Ben Cross) ventures into his new medical practice despite the advice of a former classmate and the meddling of Dr. Page's sister.

  • The Citadel

    Andrew faces an official inquiry after assisting with an operation.

  • The Citadel

    An idealistic Scottish doctor (Ben Cross) arrives in a craggy Welsh town, eager to put his new knowledge into practice.

  • Christabel

    Christabel attests to Peter's innocence to the authorities at Ravensbruck concentration camp.

  • Christabel

    Christabel seeks haven in the Black Forest; the assassination attempt on Hitler fails; Peter is arrested.

  • Christabel

    The Bielenbergs shelter a Jew; school teaches pro-German sentiments; Christabel fears for Peter's safety.

  • Christabel

    Native Briton Christabel vows World War II will not affect her marriage to German Peter Bielenberg.

  • The Charmer: Gorse at the End

    Ralph (Nigel Havers) tries to escape when Joan (Rosemary Leach) threatens to expose his deceit.

  • The Amazing Mrs. Pritchard
  • The Charmer: Gorse the Imposter

    Ralph (Nigel Havers) goes AWOL and trades identities with a drunken officer; a corpse bears Ralph's papers.

  • The Charmer: Gorse in the Middle

    Ralph (Nigel Havers) marries pregnant Pamela (Abigail McKern); the newlyweds receive a house in Pamela's name only.

  • The Charmer: Gorse the Deceiver

    Ralph (Nigel Havers) romances his boss's daughter; Donald and Joan (Bernard Hepton, Rosemary Leach) confront Ralph.

  • Little Dorrit
  • The Charmer: Gorse the Investor

    Donald observes suspiciously as Ralph and Joan (Nigel Havers, Rosemary Leach) become romantically involved.

  • Oliver Twist
  • The Charmer: Gorse the Tempter

    Ralph Gorse (Nigel Havers) schemes to dishonor a rival for Joan's (Rosemary Leach) attention.

  • Wuthering Heights
  • By the Sword Divided II: Restoration 1660

    Cromwell dies; Lucinda pleads with Charles II for Fletcher's life.

  • Tess of the Dúrbervilles
  • By the Sword Divided II: Retribution 1658

    Fletcher must name a successor to dying Cromwell; exiled Tom returns.

  • The Unseen: Alistair Cooke
  • By the Sword Divided II: Forlorn Hope 1655

    Tom challenges Sir Ralph to a duel for betraying Lord Ferrar.

  • Filth
  • By the Sword Divided II: Fateful Days 1653

    Unhappy Hugh Brandon learns his true parentage and falls for Anne.

  • God on Trial
  • By the Sword Divided II: Escape 1651

    Tom Lacey and his sister hide Charles II and plan to smuggle him to France.

  • Cranford
  • By the Sword Divided II: Witch Hunt 1650

    John believes Henry Snelling's accusation that Minty practices witchcraft.

  • My Boy Jack
  • By the Sword Divided II: Cruel Necessity 1649

    John ignores his father's protest and signs Charles I's death warrant.

  • A Room With a View
  • By the Sword Divided

    A mutinous army threatens the uneasy peace between the king and Parliament.

  • Classic Cranford
  • By the Sword Divided

    With Sir Martin dead and Tom imprisoned, Parliament orders Arnescote sold -- but Cromwell plans to destroy it.

  • Sense and Sensibility
  • By the Sword Divided

    Tom plans to fortify Arnescote by stealing a cannon from a nearby Roundhead camp.

  • Emma
  • By the Sword Divided

    The Laceys prepare Arnescote for a siege when Col. Marsh returns with orders from Cromwell.

  • Pride and Prejudice
  • By the Sword Divided

    Sir Martin and Tom fortify the castle against the impending Roundhead attack.

  • Miss Austen regrets
  • By the Sword Divided

    A violent conflict occurs when the Roundhead troops arrive at Arnescote to search for the Royalist silver.

  • Masfield Park
  • By the Sword Divided

    Sir Martin collects and hides the Royalist silver at Arnescote, but must send it to the King at Oxford.

  • Northhanger Abbey
  • By the Sword Divided

    Sir Martin rallies to the king's cause, but his son-in-law sides with Parliament.

  • Persuasion
  • By the Sword Divided

    Sir Martin Lacey (Julian Glover) prepares to marry off his daughters in a swashbuckling drama of England's Civil War.

  • The Amazing Mrs. Pritchard
  • The Bretts: Golden Dustman

    Charles threatens to quit the picture; Lydia lands a role; Martha makes a decision.

  • The Bretts: I've Got You Under My Skin

    Edwin suggests turning theaters into cinemas; Martha and Edwin find trouble.

  • The Wind in the Willows

    Una nueva adaptación de 'The Wind in the Willows' de Kenneth Grahame, sigue las aventuras de Toad cuando se mete en problemas.

  • The Bretts: Luck of the Irish

    Thomas meets an aspiring doctor; O'Connor forces Fergus to beg for his life.

  • The Bretts: A House Divided

    Martha's beau eyes Perdita; Oliver tries to save Martha's reputation.

  • The Bretts: Home & Away

    Edwin is suspended; a theater chain threatens to take over the Princess Theater.

  • The Bretts: Home & Away

    Charles is hospitalized while visiting Edwin; Perdita studies drama in London.

  • Jane Eyre

    Rochester le propone matrimonio a Jane, pero al acercarse el día de la boda, la ex-esposa de Rochester realiza una visita sorpresa.

  • The Bretts: Get Me to the Church on Time

    Edwin takes his new flame auto racing; Sutton's sweetheart visits.

  • Jane Eyre

    Jane se embarca en una carrera como institutriz en el Salón Thornfield y se enamora del dueño del instituto, el Sr. Rochester.

  • The Bretts: The Actress & the Bishop

    Martha loses a choice part to her mother; the Bretts are taken to court.

  • The Bretts: Revenge Is Sweet

    Edwin and Martha co-star in a play; Charles is jealous of Lydia's leading man.

  • The Bretts: Broadway, Here I Come

    An American acquaintance interests Martha; Lydia must work to pay a huge tax bill.

  • The Bretts: Moving Pictures

    Edwin shocks the family; Charles takes a screen test; Thomas worries as opening night approaches.

  • To the Ends of the Earth: Fire Down Below

    La boda de la Señorita Granham y el Sr. Prettiman se celebra a pesar de las señales siniestras; Benet asegura el palo mayor con pernos ardientes y Summers teme que provoque un incendio con el viento.

  • The Bretts: Full House

    Jean and Martha eye the same man; Charles and Thomas attempt reconciliation; Charles' parents visit.

  • To the Ends of the Earth: Close Quarters

    El viento daña el palo mayor; el barco de guerra británico Alcyone anuncia que Francia ha perdido, y se realiza un baile de celebración.

  • The Bretts: Vagabonds & Thieves

    Thomas is attracted to an actress; the staff suspect Jean of stealing household items.

  • To the Ends of the Earth: Rites of Passage

    Talbot está confiado en poder manejar cualquier situación y se dirige a Australia en un antiguo barco de guerra con un capitán necio y se encuentra en medio del escenario de un asesinato.

  • The Bretts: The King Shall Not Die

    Charles accepts a lead role and decides to buy the Princess Theater; Thomas' first play, starring his sister Martha, opens to rave reviews.

  • The Tale of Beatrix Potter

    As her books gain popularity, Beatrix struggles for independence from domineering parents.

  • The Tale of Beatrix Potter

    Inspired by her love of pets, the adult Beatrix writes 'The Tale of Peter Rabbit.'

  • Bleak House

    In spite of his marriage, Richard is obsessed with the Jarndyce case, which comes to an ironic conclusion.

  • Bleak House

    Lady Dedlock confesses her past; Jo is found; Tulkinghorn is trapped by a malicious intruder.

  • Bleak House

    Esther breaks out with smallpox; Krook dies in a fire; Lady Dedlock is threatened by her past indiscretions.

  • Bleak House

    A greedy moneylender searches for the missing documents; Jo is questioned; Mr. Guppy confronts Lady Dedlock.

  • Bleak House

    Esther meets Lady Dedlock; John Jarndyce is displeased with Richard and Ada's engagement.

  • Bleak House

    The sinister Mr. Tulkinghorn inquires into Nemo's true identity and sudden death; Esther receives a proposal.

  • Bleak House

    Lady Dedlock (Diana Rigg) takes a keen interest in the death of a mysterious law-writer; Esther (Suzanne Burden) is asked to run Bleak House.

  • Bleak House

    Charles Dickens' tale of Victorian society and the British legal system begins with orphaned Esther Summerson being summoned to London by her guardian's solicitors.

  • The Barchester Chronicles

    Signora Neroni (Susan Hampshire) uses all of her wit and guile to promote love's true course and happy endings.

  • The Barchester Chronicles

    The Squire's annual garden party becomes a battleground for the vacant dean's post.

  • The Barchester Chronicles

    A battle of wills begins for the power to appoint the wardenship.

  • The Barchester Chronicles

    Slope learns Susan has a substantial income, but Signora Neroni (Susan Hampshire) has other plans for the marriageable young widow.

  • The Barchester Chronicles

    A new bishop arrives, accompanied by a manipulative wife and an ambitious chaplain.

  • The Barchester Chronicles

    Archdeacon Grant (Nigel Hawthorne) vigorously defends the too-humble Rev. Harding (Donald Pleasence).

  • The Barchester Chronicles

    Anthony Trollope's 1857 satire about the lives, loves and conflicts of a Victorian town. With Donald Pleasence, David Gwillam.

  • After the War: In the Sixties

    Annie (Serena Gordon) discovers Michael's (Adrian Lukis) infidelity; Joe (Robert Reynolds) woos Rachel (Clare Higgins).

  • After the War: Winds of Change

    Rachel (Clare Higgins) and her family are caught in a West African rebellion.

  • After the War: Love & Kisses

    Michael (Adrian Lukis) risks his relationship with Annie (Serena Gordon) to further his career.

  • After the War: Partners

    Michael (Adrian Lukis) collaborates on a musical and makes a documentary; Rachel (Clare Higgins) weds; Sally Raglan (Claire Goodall) invites Michael to a party attended by film moguls.

  • Sherlock Holmes: The Case of the Silk Stocking

    Sherlock Holmes (Rupert Everett) abandona su retiro para investigar las muertes de mujeres de la alta sociedad.

  • After the War: Rise & Fall

    Michael (Adrian Lukis) learns of a political plot and has his first play produced.

  • After the War: French & English

    Michael (Adrian Lukis) sees Joe (Robert Reynolds) again after 10 years.

  • After the War: Fathers & Sons

    Samuel Jordan (Anton Rodgers) meets Joe Hirsch's father while investigating a German banker.

  • After the War: Friends & Enemies

    A British schoolboy (Nicholas Dastor) looks after a German refugee (Nicholas Fletcher).

  • A Perfect Spy

    The agents question Mary and search for clues to Pym's disappearance; Axel meets with Mary.

  • A Perfect Spy

    Mary wonders if their Greek vacation is a ruse; Pym does not return from his father's funeral.

  • A Perfect Spy

    Pym is promoted; in London, suspicious superiors question Pym's allegiance.

  • A Perfect Spy

    Pym joins the British intelligence service, marries and forms a partnership with Axel.

  • A Perfect Spy

    Pym helps ruin his father's political ambitions, then joins the army, where he meets an old friend.

  • A Perfect Spy

    Pym attends school in Switzerland, where he is recruited to observe politically active students.

  • A Perfect Spy

    Con man Rick T. Pym raises his young son, Magnus, to be an accomplice in his schemes.

  • A Perfect Hero

    A medical verdict helps Hugh (Nigel Havers) shape his future. With Amanda Elwes, Nicholas Pritchard.

  • The Lost Prince

    El Príncipe Juan, el hijo menor del Rey Jorge V y la Reina María, tiene epilepsia y problemas de aprendizaje.

  • A Perfect Hero

    Hugh (Nigel Havers), longing to fly again, has difficulty adjusting to constraints. With Patrick Ryecart.

  • Henry VIII

    Después de la ejecución de Ana Bolena, Enrique VIII se casa con Jane Seymour (Emilia Fox), y posteriormente se casa tres veces más.

  • A Perfect Hero

    Fleming (Nigel Havers) is reunited with his flying instructor (Patrick Ryecart). With Nicholas Pritchard.

  • A Perfect Hero

    In an adaptation of Christopher Matthews' 'The Long-Haired Boy,' fire disfigures a dashing World War II fighter pilot (Nigel Havers); with James Fox, Fiona Gillies.

  • Henry VIII

    Enrique VIII (Ray Winstone) se casa con Ana Bolena (Helena Bonham Carter) quien procrea a Elizabeth I.

  • All Passion Spent

    An eccentric millionaire who remembers Lady Slane from a brief meeting 60 years before pursues her.

  • All Passion Spent

    Lady Slane befriends her philosophical landlord (Maurice Denham), who finds her charming.

  • All Passion Spent

    In 'All Passion Spent,' a millionaire who met Lady Slane (Wendy Hiller) 60 years before pursues her.

  • All Passion Spent

    In 'All Passion Spent,' widowed Lady Slane (Wendy Hiller) shocks her children by moving to Hampstead, where she befriends her philosophical landlord (Maurice Denham).

  • All Passion Spent

    Widowed Lady Slane (Wendy Hiller) shocks her children with plans to live alone in Hampstead.

  • All for Love: Letting the Birds Go Free

    A violence-prone farmer (Lionel Jeffries) comes to respect a stranger caught raiding his henhouse.

  • All For Love: A Bit of Singing & Dancing

    A browbeaten spinster gradually grows fond of her mysterious new gentleman lodger.

  • All for Love: L'Elegance

    A shy, lonely salesclerk (Geraldine McEwan) dreams of romance on her annual vacation.

  • All for Love: Mona

    A 13-year-old (Deborah Stokes) defies her parents when her friendship becomes the only comfort to a dying man (Frank Finlay).

  • All for Love: A Dedicated Man

    A couple (Joan Plowright, Alec NcCowen) use deception to get jobs at a deluxe hotel.

  • Adam Bede

    Hetty (Patsy Kensit) deceives Adam; Adam meets Dinah (Susannah Harker) while searching for Hetty.

  • Adam Bede

    Adam (Iain Glen) loves Hetty Sorrell (Patsy Kensit) who loves another (James Wilby).

  • The Irish R.M.: The Aussolas Martin Cat

    Dismayed Flurry and Sally discover Mrs. Knox is renting Aussolas Castle.

  • The Irish R.M.: A Royal Command

    Flurry challenges a visiting maharajah and his team to a polo match.

  • The Irish R.M.: Oweneen the Sprat

    A drunkard lurches into Maj. Yeates' carriage and demands compensation for his injuries.

  • The Irish R.M.: Holy Island

    The locals waste no time when a ship with a full cargo of rum goes aground near Skebawn.

  • The Irish R.M.: Dispensing Doctor

    Maj. Yeates (Peter Bowles) learns he is the patron of the annual regatta.

  • The Lost Prince

    El Príncipe Juan, el hijo más joven de Jorge V y la Reina María, tiene epilepsia y problemas de aprendizaje.

  • The Irish R.M.: A Horse!

    Maj. Yeates (Peter Bowles) is persuaded to help Flurry (Bryan Murray) sell a horse.

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