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Masterpiece

PBS's longest running (and most honored) dramatic series is an Anglophile's delight, featuring British adaptations of literary classics and original works.

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Wed., March 4, 2015
9:00 pm
(90 minutes)

Endeavour  

Set in 1965, the "Inspector Morse" prequel "Endeavour" finds rookie constable Endeavour Morse helping with the investigation into the murder of a 15-year-old girl.

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Wed., March 4, 2015
10:30 pm
(90 minutes)

Inspector Lewis: Old, Unhappy, Far Off Things  

"Inspector Lewis: Old, Unhappy, Far Off Things" finds Lewis and Hathaway investigating a murder that occurred during a reunion at an all-female Oxford college. Complicating matters: It may be linked to a similar, decade-old incident that also occurred at the college and was also investigated by Lewis.

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Thu., March 5, 2015
6:00 pm
(90 minutes)

Masterpiece  

PBS's longest running (and most honored) dramatic series is an Anglophile's delight, featuring British adaptations of literary classics and original works. The first `Masterpiece' was `The First Churchills,' and since then it has won nine Peabodys and 29 Emmys (beginning with Susan Hampshire's Best Actress award for `Churchills'). Its many memorable productions include `Upstairs, Downstairs,' `I, Claudius,' 'The Jewel in the Crown,' `House of Cards,' `Poldark' and `Prime Suspect.'

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Thu., March 5, 2015
9:00 pm
(120 minutes)

Case Histories  

Adapted from Kate Atkinson's "When Will There Be Good News?," this episode of "Case Histories" finds Scottish P.I. Jackson Brodie (Jason Isaacs) acquiring a teen partner (Gwyneth Keyworth) who wants him to find her missing employer in exchange for having saved his life after he's involved in a train wreck. In other events, Marcus is drawn into an infidelity case that Brodie's been trying to shake; and, while recouping in the hospital from his injuries, Brodie blurts a startling truth to Louise.

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Fri., March 6, 2015
2:00 am
(90 minutes)

Endeavour  

Set in 1965, the "Inspector Morse" prequel "Endeavour" finds rookie constable Endeavour Morse helping with the investigation into the murder of a 15-year-old girl.

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Fri., March 6, 2015
3:30 am
(90 minutes)

Inspector Lewis: Old, Unhappy, Far Off Things  

"Inspector Lewis: Old, Unhappy, Far Off Things" finds Lewis and Hathaway investigating a murder that occurred during a reunion at an all-female Oxford college. Complicating matters: It may be linked to a similar, decade-old incident that also occurred at the college and was also investigated by Lewis.

WETA UK Logo

Fri., March 6, 2015
5:00 pm
(120 minutes)

Case Histories  

Adapted from Kate Atkinson's "When Will There Be Good News?," this episode of "Case Histories" finds Scottish P.I. Jackson Brodie (Jason Isaacs) acquiring a teen partner (Gwyneth Keyworth) who wants him to find her missing employer in exchange for having saved his life after he's involved in a train wreck. In other events, Marcus is drawn into an infidelity case that Brodie's been trying to shake; and, while recouping in the hospital from his injuries, Brodie blurts a startling truth to Louise.

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Sat., March 7, 2015
2:00 am
(120 minutes)

Case Histories  

Adapted from Kate Atkinson's "When Will There Be Good News?," this episode of "Case Histories" finds Scottish P.I. Jackson Brodie (Jason Isaacs) acquiring a teen partner (Gwyneth Keyworth) who wants him to find her missing employer in exchange for having saved his life after he's involved in a train wreck. In other events, Marcus is drawn into an infidelity case that Brodie's been trying to shake; and, while recouping in the hospital from his injuries, Brodie blurts a startling truth to Louise.

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Wed., March 11, 2015
1:00 pm
(60 minutes)

Mr. Selfridge: Season 2, Part One  

Season 2 of "Mr. Selfridge" opens with the London department store celebrating its fifth anniversary; and Rose returning from America. In other events, Agnes returns from training in Paris; and Lord Loxley returns to torture Lady Mae.

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Wed., March 11, 2015
10:00 pm
(90 minutes)

Masterpiece  

PBS's longest running (and most honored) dramatic series is an Anglophile's delight, featuring British adaptations of literary classics and original works. The first `Masterpiece' was `The First Churchills,' and since then it has won nine Peabodys and 29 Emmys (beginning with Susan Hampshire's Best Actress award for `Churchills'). Its many memorable productions include `Upstairs, Downstairs,' `I, Claudius,' 'The Jewel in the Crown,' `House of Cards,' `Poldark' and `Prime Suspect.'

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Thu., March 12, 2015
6:00 pm
(90 minutes)

Masterpiece  

PBS's longest running (and most honored) dramatic series is an Anglophile's delight, featuring British adaptations of literary classics and original works. The first `Masterpiece' was `The First Churchills,' and since then it has won nine Peabodys and 29 Emmys (beginning with Susan Hampshire's Best Actress award for `Churchills'). Its many memorable productions include `Upstairs, Downstairs,' `I, Claudius,' 'The Jewel in the Crown,' `House of Cards,' `Poldark' and `Prime Suspect.'

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Fri., March 13, 2015
3:30 am
(90 minutes)

Masterpiece  

PBS's longest running (and most honored) dramatic series is an Anglophile's delight, featuring British adaptations of literary classics and original works. The first `Masterpiece' was `The First Churchills,' and since then it has won nine Peabodys and 29 Emmys (beginning with Susan Hampshire's Best Actress award for `Churchills'). Its many memorable productions include `Upstairs, Downstairs,' `I, Claudius,' 'The Jewel in the Crown,' `House of Cards,' `Poldark' and `Prime Suspect.'

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Sat., March 14, 2015
12:30 pm
(60 minutes)

Masterpiece  

PBS's longest running (and most honored) dramatic series is an Anglophile's delight, featuring British adaptations of literary classics and original works. The first `Masterpiece' was `The First Churchills,' and since then it has won nine Peabodys and 29 Emmys (beginning with Susan Hampshire's Best Actress award for `Churchills'). Its many memorable productions include `Upstairs, Downstairs,' `I, Claudius,' 'The Jewel in the Crown,' `House of Cards,' `Poldark' and `Prime Suspect.'