Harry wins a major publicity coup when ballerina Anna Pavlova agrees to visit the store. But Agnes'job comes under threat as Reg reaches breaking point, and he crashes the event.
Harry installs Ellen Love in an apartment, and after admiring her putting on her make-up, decides to put scent and makeup at the front of the store. Henri gets Agnes help in designing a Selfridges scent that is affordable and acceptable for the average woman.moreless
Selfidges has now opened its doors however it's missing one key factor - customers.In an attempt to try and build publicity and play upon theimaginationof London, he looks to lure pilot Monsieur Bleriot into the store under the suggestion of Ellen Love, 'The Spirit of Selfridges'. Feeling neglected by her husband Rose sets upon discovering London on her own and meets a handsome young artist at the National Galley.moreless
The opening episode follows Harry Gordon Selfridge as he sets about creating his dream establishment of the largest department store in the world to life ,but things don't begin smoothly as he hits some round blocks with the funding. However, his exuberant enthusiasm see's him optimistically carry on by hiring staff who each in their own right have their own part to play.moreless
The village of Ford Florey is hosting its annual Wild West show and festival. Tom and Joyce are in attendance when Faye Lennox is shot dead by a sniper from some distance away and with a deadly aim. Faye, as the whole town is aware, is having an affair with Jack Fincher, who has been involved in a long-standing struggle with Silas Burbage over a piece of seemingly worthless swamp land.
Soon after the death of his lover, Jack Fincher is also murdered and Barnaby and Jones have a whole list of potential suspects as Fincher was an unpopular man and the Burbage family, among others, were certainly no friends of his. The only person with a cast-iron alibi is his wife, Susan and the police have to try and sort out who owned the swamp land before they can zero in on a likely suspect? Are Silas Burbage or his son, Adam, in any way involved or perhaps they should be looking more closely at Leo Fincher, son of Jack? When Leo also turns up dead, slung across a horse western- he is one more suspect who can be eliminated.
A closer look into the entire situation surrounding who does or doesn't own the swamp leads to the possible involvement of a gypsy traveller who wants to buy the land from whoever owns it. Unfortunately, when there is another death, the plot thickens to the point where just about everybody is a suspect. Thank goodness for Tom's excellent powers of detection and his ability to anravel the whole mystery.
While facing a surprise audit from the Home Office, Det Supt Boyd and the team try to continue their investigation into the murder… but as they go on with their inquiries at Whitehall, they quickly discover the atmosphere to be very dark and secretive.moreless
Boyd and his team struggle to find the truth behind the murder of a prominent Home Office adviser, when a petty criminal is acquitted of the crime. Once a prominent feminist activist, victim Katherine Reed had attacked the establishment at every opportunity, only to later switch sides. Boyd's progress on the case is hampered not only by a Home Office audit, which means the team will be shadowed throughout, but also by the fact that the original investigation was conducted by one of his old flames.moreless
New eye-witness testimony and a television documentary about the McCready case casts doubt on the original murder investigation. Det. Supt. Walker is suspended from duty, and decides to return to Glasgow to find new evidence to prove his innocence, in order to save his career, relationship and reputation.moreless
On a visit to Wisteria Lodge, Scott Eccles gets a strange reception. A mysterious note arrives for his host, Garcia, and the next morning Garcia and his servants have vanished without trace. Eccles consults Holmes, who decides to treat the case as a murder investigation, but it appears that Holmes and Watson are on a wild goose chase.