Masterpiece Theatre - Season 29

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

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  • Monsignor Renard (3)
    5/21/00
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    Monsignor Renard (3) from the show Masterpiece Theatre aired on May 21, 2000. Saint-Josse is falling apart as the war continues, and Renard does his best to give the citizens comfort. He continues offering church services for the few citizens left in the town. He also starts a resistance campaign that many people join.moreless
  • Monsignor Renard (2)
    5/14/00
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    Monsignor Renard (2) from the show Masterpiece Theatre originally aired on May 14, 2000. The town of Saint-Josse is feeling the effects of the war. A French colonial is absent mindedly shot on the streets, and Madame Dufos finds out that a few of her ancestors were Jewish. Her findings unnerve her anti-Semitic family and puts fear in their hearts as the war rages on.moreless
  • Monsignor Renard (1)
    5/7/00
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    Monsignor Renard (1) from the show Masterpiece Theatre originally aired on May 7, 2000. A Gestapo officer comes to Renard's door one day and accuses him of being involved in the disappearance of an English soldier, who had escaped and is in a lot of trouble. Renard denies any involvement, and must get the Gestapo off of his back.moreless
  • Seeing Red
    Seeing Red
    Episode 18
    4/30/00
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    Seeing Red is the based on a true story narrative of 70s film star, Carol Atkins. Atkins was at a children's charity at the height of her career when she came across a crying child. That moment became a transformative experience in which she decided to open a home of her own to care for kids.moreless
  • David Copperfield (2)
    9.0
    Bob Hoskins is the ever-optimistic Mr. Micawber, Maggie Smith is David's upstanding Aunt Betsey, Ian McKellen is the sadistic schoolmaster Mr. Creakle, and Daniel Radcliffe stars as the imperturbable young David Copperfield in this memorable adaptation of Charles Dickens's novel based on his own difficult journey from boy to man. Part 2 of 2.moreless
  • David Copperfield (1)
    9.8
    Dickens's beloved novel gets all-star treatment in this presentation of David Copperfield. An event for the entire family, the cast includes Maggie Smith, Ian McKellen, Bob Hoskins - and an irresistible ten-year-old Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter films) as the young boy against the world. Part 1 of 2.
  • The Turn of the Screw
    2/27/00
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    Lost for Words tells the story of a young man who loves and who is fascinated by his mother, but when tragedy strikes, everything changes. Deric Longden hangs on his mother's every word, because she is such an orator. However, she suffers a series of strokes which leave her speechless. Now Deric must find a way to be the voice that she no longer has.moreless
  • All the King's Men
    All the King's Men
    Episode 14
    2/20/00
    0.0
    About a World War I British regiment (composed of workers at the royal estate at Sandringham), which goes into combat at Ballipoli in 1915.--from TV Guide.
  • Madame Bovary (2)
    Madame Bovary (2)
    Episode 13
    2/13/00
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    Emma Bovary searches for the life she reads about. However, this will not come easily. When her father falls ill, Emma meets the town doctor, Charles Bovary. Charles falls for Emma and asks for her hand in marriage. While she is not in love, Emma accepts his offer. She tries desperately to live in a loveless marriage.moreless
  • Madame Bovary (1)
    Madame Bovary (1)
    Episode 12
    2/6/00
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    Madame Bovary, episode 1, from the show Masterpiece Theatre, follows Emma Bovary and her string of lovers. As she did not marry for love, her heart yearns for that affection. Two suitors, Leon and Rodolphe set her desire ablaze. Three men in her life want her sole undying love, and she has a hard time choosing between them.moreless
  • Bramwell: Series V (4)
    1/30/00
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    Bramwell is back with four new episodes in the lovelorn life of Dr. Eleanor Bramwell. Jemma Redgrave stars as the public health heroine of 1890s London and David Calder is her society doctor dad, Dr. Robert Bramwell.
  • Bramwell: Series V (3)
    1/23/00
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    Bramwell is back with four new episodes in the lovelorn life of Dr. Eleanor Bramwell. Jemma Redgrave stars as the public health heroine of 1890s London and David Calder is her society doctor dad, Dr. Robert Bramwell.
  • Bramwell: Series V (2)
    1/16/00
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    Bramwell is back with four new episodes in the lovelorn life of Dr. Eleanor Bramwell. Jemma Redgrave stars as the public health heroine of 1890s London and David Calder is her society doctor dad, Dr. Robert Bramwell.
  • Bramwell: Series V (1)
    1/9/00
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    Bramwell is back with four new episodes in the lovelorn life of Dr. Eleanor Bramwell. Jemma Redgrave stars as the public health heroine of 1890s London and David Calder is her society doctor dad, Dr. Robert Bramwell.
  • Shooting the Past (2)
    11/28/99
    9.0
    A London mansion housing a huge library of rare old photos gets a new owner: an American millionaire bent on chucking the pictures and remaking the house as a business college. Thus begins a gothic tale of mystery, fanaticism, and the singular power of the still image. Liam Cunningham (Cracker)stars as the millionaire. Lindsay Duncan (Traffik, The Rector's Wife)is the library's imperious manager, determined to save the collection against all odds. And Timothy Spall (Our Mutual Friend)is the weird but indispensable photo librarian, who puts together an incredible picture essay of the millionaire's surprising past based on the slimmest of clues.moreless
  • Shooting the Past (1)
    11/21/99
    9.0
    A London mansion housing a huge library of rare old photos gets a new owner: an American millionaire bent on chucking the pictures and remaking the house as a business college. Thus begins a gothic tale of mystery, fanaticism, and the singular power of the still image. Liam Cunningham (Cracker)stars as the millionaire. Lindsay Duncan (Traffik, The Rector's Wife)is the library's imperious manager, determined to save the collection against all odds. And Timothy Spall (Our Mutual Friend)is the weird but indispensable photo librarian, who puts together an incredible picture essay of the millionaire's surprising past based on the slimmest of clues.moreless
  • Lost for Words
    Lost for Words
    Episode 5
    0.0
    Lost for Words tells the story of a young man who loves and who is fascinated by his mother, but when tragedy strikes, everything changes. Deric Longden hangs on his mother's every word, because she is such an orator. However, she suffers a series of strokes which leave her speechless. Now Deric must find a way to be the voice that she no longer has.moreless
  • Aristocrats (3)
    Aristocrats (3)
    Episode 4
    0.0
    Aristocrats (3), the Masterpiece Theatre drama continues with Lady Emily (Geraldine Somerville) sending her younger sister, Sarah (Jodhi May), to London, where she soon captures the romantic attention of the Prince of Wales (Luke de Lacey). Although Lady Emily hopes for a royal match, Sarah instead chooses Charles Bunbury (Andrew Havill) for her husband.moreless
  • Aristocrats (2)
    Aristocrats (2)
    Episode 3
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    Aristocrats (2), the Masterpiece Theatre 1999 miniseries, continues the story of the late 17th century noble Richmond family with Lady Emily (Geraldine Somerville) receiving word of her father's passing. His will specifies that Lady Emily should become the guardian of her two younger sisters, Louisa (Anne-Marie Duff) and Sarah (Jodhi May). Their older sister, Lady Caroline (Serena Gordon) feels insulted at not being chosen.moreless
  • Aristocrats (1)
    Aristocrats (1)
    Episode 2
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    Aristocrats (1) is a 1999 BBC miniseries based on the biography "Aristocrats: Caroline, Emily, Louisa and Sarah Lennox, 1740-1832" by Stella Tillyard. This six part drama begins with the Duke and Duchess of Richmond (Julian Fellowes, Diane Fletcher) in despair when their eldest daughter, Lady Caroline (Serena Gordon), chooses cabinet member Henry Fox (Alun Armstrong) as her husband against their wishes. Her sister, Lady Emily (Geraldine Somerville), soon follows her example and marries Lord Kildare (Ben Daniels).moreless
  • A Rather English Marriage
    This bittersweet tale of class, friendship, and old age stars Albert Finney and Tom Courtenay as two widowed war veterans coming to terms with the deaths of their wives.
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