Masterpiece Theatre - Season 15

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Sunday 9:00 PM on PBS Premiered Jan 10, 1971 In Season

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  • The Irish RM: Series II (6)
    6/29/86
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    Flurry and Sally are threatened with being put out on the street after they discover that the landlord of Aussolas Castle wants to rent it out. Their time to deal with eviction is lessened by a telegram detailing the impending arrival of the new tenant. It appears Mrs. Knox is serious in her intent.moreless
  • The Irish RM: Series II (5)
    6/22/86
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    The Maharajah and his Indian polo team, visiting Skebawn, accept a "friendly" challenge from Flurry. In order to ensure he comes out ahead, Flurry sells a seemingly docile filly to John Cullinane. During the matchup, the filly goes crazy, destroys a goal post, and scatters the crowd as it makes a break for freedom, with the audience in tow.moreless
  • The Irish RM: Series II (4)
    6/15/86
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    An unexpected carriage accident sidelines the Yeates's Christmas Eve jubilations. When it's discovered that one of the people injured in the carriage accident is an evil mountain man known as Oweneen the Sprat, the family is overcome with fear. They now need to keep one eye on the injured and one eye on the hills.moreless
  • The Irish RM: Series II (3)
    6/8/86
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    When a transport ship filled to the rafters with rum is shipwrecked on the beaches near Skebawn, the local citizenry take it as a sign to imbibe the precious cargo, and a drunken party commences. In the ensuing police investigation, it is nearly impossible to locate any evidence that the rum ever existed.moreless
  • The Irish RM: Series II (2)
    6/1/86
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    The tension between the Foleys and the Callaghans continues to escalate. On the eve of the annual race competition, the Callaghans accuse the Foleys of being salmon poachers, bringing in the police to investigate. Flurry's unsavoury friend Dr. Hickey convinces Major Yeates to break into the butcher shop. The two are caught in the act.moreless
  • The Irish RM: Series II (1)
    5/25/86
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    Flurry returns to his old, deceitful ways after returning from a Paris honeymoon with his new bride Sally. After convincing Major Yeates to join him on a hunting expedition, the Major suffers an unlucky accident, thanks in no small part to Flurry's treachery. Of course, this is all part of Flurry's plan.moreless
  • By the Sword Divided: Series I (9)
    5/18/86
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    By the Sword Divided: Series I (9) from the show Masterpiece Theatre is titled Ashes to Ashes and originally aired on December 11, 1983. The By the Sword Divided series is a Civil War drama, and Episode 9 was directed by Brian Farnham ands stars Lucy Aston, John Benfield, Tim Bentnick, and Simon Butteris.moreless
  • By the Sword Divided: Series I (8)
    5/11/86
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    By the Sword Divided: Series I (8) from the show Masterpiece Theatre is the eighth episode in the series, titled Ring of Fire. The episode originally aired on December 4, 1983, and stars Lucy Aston, Tim Bentnick, and Simon Binns. Episode 8 is written by John Hawkesworth, who is also the creator of the series.moreless
  • By the Sword Divided: Series I (7)
    5/4/86
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    In this episode of By the Swords Divided, which aired on May 4, 1986; another of Tom's evil plans to take over Arnescote Castle is in full swing. This time the plan he has in mind is a little bit more deadly. He will be kidnapping a canon from a building near by; however, he will have to overcome some obstacles to see if this will be the plan that will take down the castle.moreless
  • By the Sword Divided: Series I (6)
    4/27/86
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    In this episode, Outrageous Fortune, Dick Skinner has been seeking personal gain through a devastating campaign in Swinford. Having taken his loot, he comes back to Arnescote bragging about what he's done. Tom is so outraged that he also goes to Swinford to collect his sister, Anne. She wants nothing to do with him, but he brings her back anyway.moreless
  • By the Sword Divided: Series I (5)
    4/20/86
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    By the Sword Divided: Series I (5) from the show Masterpiece Theatre is a 1983 episode titled The Edge of the Sword. Written by Alexander Baron and John Hawkesworth, this episode first aired on November 13, 1983 on the PBS Network. It stars Lucy Aston, Tim Bentinck and Mark Burns, and was directed by Henry Herbert.moreless
  • By the Sword Divided: Series I (4)
    4/13/86
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    By the Sword Divided: Series I (4) from the show Masterpiece Theatre is titledA Silver Moon, and it originally aired on November 6, 1983. In this particular episode, Lucinda (Lucy Aston), finds herself at odds with the King (Jeremy Clyde) due to her high morals and standards, and decides to pose as a male, calling herself Luke Lacey in the hopes that she can redeem herself.moreless
  • By the Sword Divided: Series I (3)
    4/6/86
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    In this episode of By The Sword Divided, Anne is preparing for departure. To finalize her plans, she goes back to the castle to gather her things. She has to have a tearful good-bye with her dad. In the meantime, Lord Lacey suffers a serious injury in battle. In the midst of all this, Susan Protheroe, a wandering cousin, moves in.moreless
  • By the Sword Divided: Series I (2)
    3/30/86
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    In this episode of By The Sword Divided, the King of England begins to crack down on what he suspects to be treason among the Parliament. The Catholics are most loyal to the King, and the Protestants mostly reside in the House of Commons. He begins a series of arrests. Meanwhile, Lucinda encounters Prince Rupert.moreless
  • By the Sword Divided: Series I (1)
    3/23/86
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    In the premier episode of By the Sword Divided, all of Arnescote Castle prepares for a wedding. John Fletcher arrives amidst a fanfare of trumpets and parties, and everyone's eyes turn in the direction of the couple to be wed. However, behind the scenes, Fletcher's father nearly comes to blows with Lord Lacey over the subject of finances.moreless
  • Lord Mountbatten: The Last Viceroy (6)
    The sixth episode of Lord Mountbatten: The Last Viceroy is the conclusion of the Masterpiece Theater mini series. In this episode, Edwina delivers food and supplies to the refugee camps. She struggles to fulfil the needs of the camps, since 1,000 additional refugees arrive every day. It looks like war is a foregone conclusion when Pakistan doesn't recognize Kashmir accension in India. What happens next is unbelievable.moreless
  • Lord Mountbatten: The Last Viceroy (5)
    The fifth episode of Lord Mountbatten: The Last Viceroy shows that the rage in Delhi is becoming uncontrollable. Mountbatten leads a committee to put an end to the insurgency at the request of Nehru. Kashmir is invaded by Jinnah's loyal followers causing Nehru to begin losing hope. He becomes ill as a result.moreless
  • Lord Mountbatten: The Last Viceroy (4)
    When an unexpectedly high number of Hindus flee from Pakistan, a refugee situation develops in India, needing Mountbatten's (Nicol Williamson) immediate attention. This crisis helps Mountbatten make an important decision. He will continue serving as governor general. Meanwhile, Gandhi (Sam Dastor) holds a public hunger strike that earns some negative attention.moreless
  • Lord Mountbatten: The Last Viceroy (3)
    Lord Mountbatten: The Last Viceroy is serial drama set in India in 1947. The story follows the British Parliament's representative, Lord Mountbatten ( Nichol Williamson), whose role is to enter into negotiations with India's political and religious representatives to agree a future Government when the British leave. During Episode 3 violence and threats of assassination surface as Mountbatten sets a date for the British to leave and enters into final negotiations with leaders Nehru (Ian Richardson), Patel (A, K. Hangal), Jinnah (Vladek Sheybal) and Gandhi (Sam Dastor).moreless
  • Lord Mountbatten: The Last Viceroy (2)
    In the second episode of Lord Mountbatten: The Last Viceroy, things intensify over the India's partitioning and Pakistan's creation. Gandhi suggests that instead of dividing India, it should be given to Jinnah because he believes partitioning makes his life's work a joke. Mountbatton thinks that if they hope to avoid war, they will need to partition.moreless
  • Lord Mountbatten: The Last Viceroy (1)
    Lord Mountbatten: The Last Viceroy (1) is an episode from the 15th season of the PBS television series Masterpiece Theater in which the British prime minister sends Lord Louis Mountbatten (Nicol Williamson) to India as the last British viceroy. Once there, Mountbatten must oversee India's looming independence from the British Empire.moreless
  • Bleak House (8)
    Bleak House (8)
    Episode 14
    1/19/86
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    Sergeant George (Hugo Speer) succumbs to Mr. Tulkinghorn's (Charles Dance) persistent pressure and gives him the evidence needed to prove that Lady Dedlock's mysterious benefactor was her secret lover. Esther Summerson (Anna Maxwell Martin), terribly scarred from her recent illness, gives up hope of marrying Allan Woodcourt (Richard Harrington). She visits the Dedlock estate with her friends where Lady Dedlock finally takes the chance to tell her the identities of her true parents.moreless
  • Bleak House (7)
    Bleak House (7)
    Episode 13
    1/12/86
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    Guppy's (Burn Gorman) quest to find more information on Esther Summerson (Anna Maxwell Martin) and Lady Dedlock's (Gillian Anderson) connection fails when his target turns up dead. Mr. Tulkinghorn (Charles Dance) pressures Sergeant George (Hugo Speer) for the evidence that he needs to puzzle out Lady Dedlock's past. Esther survives the disease that she caught while nursing her maid but emerges terribly scarred.moreless
  • Bleak House (6)
    Bleak House (6)
    Episode 12
    1/5/86
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    Mr. Tulkinghorn (Charles Dance) is coming closer and closer to figuring out Lady Dedlock's (Gillian Anderson) secret past. All that remains is for him to get the last clues that he needs from Smallweed (Philip Davis) and Sergeant George (Hugo Speer). Guppy (Burn Gorman) figures out Esther Summerson's (Anna Maxwell Martin) connection to Mr. Tulkinghorn and rushes to meet Lady Dedlock even as an epidemic descends upon London.moreless
  • Bleak House (5)
    Bleak House (5)
    Episode 11
    12/29/85
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    Jarndyce, played by Denis Lawson, learns of Richard's (Patrick Kennedy) plans to quit his current career in law to join the army. Jarndyce is skeptical and makes Richard aware of his feelings. Meanwhile, Old Mr. Turveydrop (Matthew Kelly) is not happy to hear about Caddy and Prince's engagement. However, once he learns that they will help make his life better, he is more accepting.moreless
  • Bleak House (4)
    Bleak House (4)
    Episode 10
    12/22/85
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    Bleak House is a program that aired on PBS's Masterpiece Theater. In the first episode, John Jarndyce (Denis Lawson), owner of the Bleak House, invites Esther Summerson (Anna Maxwell Martin) to stay with him and his two wards. The four soon become entangled in a story of love trials and murder.moreless
  • Bleak House (3)
    Bleak House (3)
    Episode 9
    12/15/85
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    Lady Honoria Dedlock (Gillian Anderson) is stunned to learn that she is the beneficiary of the will of a recently deceased pauper. She dons a disguise as her French maid and risks her reputation to investigate the pauper, even as her husband's solicitor, Mr. Tulkinghorn (Charles Dance), begins looking into her past. Meanwhile, John Jarndyce (Denis Lawson) is dismayed to learn that his ward hopes to profit through resolving the court case Jarndyce and Jarndyce.moreless
  • Bleak House (2)
    Bleak House (2)
    Episode 8
    12/8/85
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    Nothing can stop Tulkinghorn's relentless investigation into Lady Dedlock's past, not even the gruesome discovery of Nemos corpse. Lady Dedlock threatens her reputation when she seeks information from Nemo's underworld connections. Meanwhile, Richard and Ada's engagement plans suffer an unwelcome setback. John Jardyce begins to develop an affection for Esther while Esther develops an interest in Allan Newcourt, the new doctor, not realizing that Allan has devastating news for her.moreless
  • Bleak House (1)
    Bleak House (1)
    Episode 7
    12/1/85
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    Bleak House is a program that aired on PBS's Masterpiece Theater. In the first episode, John Jarndyce (Denis Lawson), owner of the Bleak House, invites Esther Summerson (Anna Maxwell Martin) to stay with him and his two wards. The four soon become entangled in a story of love trials and murder.moreless
  • The Last Place on Earth (6)
    11/24/85
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    The Last Place on Earth (6) from the show Masterpiece Theatre is TV drama series adaptation from a Roland Huntford novel. The storyline revolves around a race to the South Pole between Captain Robert Falcon Scott of Britain and Roald Amundsen of Norway. Stars of the drama includes Martin Shaw as Captain R.F Scott, Stephen Moore as Dr. Bill Wilson and Sverre Anker Ousdal as Roald Amundsen. The Last Place on Earth (6) is under the production of Central Independent Television and Renegade Productions.moreless
  • The Last Place on Earth (5)
    11/17/85
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    The Last Place on Earth (5) from the show Masterpiece Theatre tells a story about Robert Falcon Scott setting out for a journey to reach the South Pole. Scott later finds out that he is on a race against Roald Amundsen from Norway. Scott faces challenges along the way. With more experience in the terrain, Amundsen has the upper hand.moreless
  • The Last Place on Earth (4)
    11/10/85
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    The Last Place on Earth (4) from the show Masterpiece Theater is titled Gentlemen and Players, and is the fourth episode in the seven episode series. The series follows Robert Falcon Scott (Martin Shaw) on his journey to be the first person to reach the North Pole, and his rival, Roald Amundsen (Sverre Anker Ousdal) who learns about his journey and plans to beat him to the finish line.moreless
  • The Last Place on Earth (3)
    11/3/85
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    The Last Place on Earth Episode 3 is a part of a Master Piece Theater mini-series which originally aired in 1985. Episode 3 starred Hugh Grant, Sylvester McCoy, Martin Shaw, Sverre Anker Ousdal and many others. Episode 3 continues to tell the tale of the Scott vs Amundsen race to place a flag at the South Pole. In this episode the struggle to find the proper team members and pack animals challenges the teams patience and strength.moreless
  • The Last Place on Earth (2)
    10/27/85
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    The Last Place on Earth (2) is the second episode in a six part series which tells the story of the Royal Navy captain Robert Falcon Scott (Martin Shaw). Scott was in direct competition with Norwegian Roald Amundsen (Sverre A Ousdal) to reach the South Pole. The story begins in 1907, just after Scott has had a collision at sea.moreless
  • The Last Place on Earth (1)
    10/20/85
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    The Last Place on Earth (1) is an episode of the PBS television series Masterpiece Theater in which British naval officer Robert Falcon Scott (Martin Shaw) wrecks the HMS Albemarle. Concerned that he might not be promoted, Scott decides to explore Antarctica. Before he leaves, he falls in love with a sculptress who tells him that he should try to reach the South Pole.moreless
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