Masterpiece (1971 - 2014)

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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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2014, PBS, 42 episodes

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2013, PBS, 35 episodes

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2012, PBS, 29 episodes

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2011, PBS, 27 episodes

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2010, PBS, 34 episodes

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2009, PBS, 34 episodes

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2008, PBS, 32 episodes

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2007, PBS, 12 episodes

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2006, PBS, 16 episodes

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2005, PBS, 12 episodes

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2004, PBS, 6 episodes

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2003, PBS, 15 episodes

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2002, PBS, 21 episodes

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2001, PBS, 19 episodes

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2000, PBS, 20 episodes

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1999, PBS, 21 episodes

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1998, PBS, 22 episodes

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1997, PBS, 21 episodes

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1996, PBS, 17 episodes

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1995, PBS, 25 episodes

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1994, PBS, 30 episodes

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1993, PBS, 28 episodes

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1992, PBS, 29 episodes

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1991, PBS, 28 episodes

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1990, PBS, 22 episodes

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1989, PBS, 33 episodes

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1988, PBS, 31 episodes

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1987, PBS, 35 episodes

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1986, PBS, 30 episodes

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1985, PBS, 29 episodes

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1984, PBS, 32 episodes

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1983, PBS, 33 episodes

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1982, PBS, 36 episodes

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1981, PBS, 37 episodes

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1980, PBS, 28 episodes

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1979, PBS, 41 episodes

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1978, PBS, 14 episodes

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1977, PBS, 14 episodes

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1976, PBS, 4 episodes

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1975, PBS, 7 episodes

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1974, PBS, 0 episodes

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1973, PBS, 26 episodes

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1972, PBS, 31 episodes

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1971, PBS, 44 episodes

Cast

Joanna Vanderham
as Denise Lovett
Kevin Whately
as DI Robert Lewis
Hugh Bonneville
as Charles Bovary
Julia McKenzie
as Mrs. Forrester
Jeremy Piven
as Harry Selfridge
David Suchet
as Augustus Melmotte
Keeley Hawes
as Cynthia Kirkpatrick
Laurence Fox
as Airman Tellermann
Shaun Evans
as Endeavour Morse
Michael Kitchen
as Mr. Brownlow
Clare Holman
as Rosa Dartle
Elaine Cassidy
as Lucy Honeychurch
Ed Stoppard
as Conrad McCaffrey
Kenneth Branagh
as Kurt Wallander
Peter Wight
as Admiral Croft
Rebecca Front
as Chief Superintendent Innocent
Maxine Peake
as Ruby Ruggles
Anna Maxwell Martin
as Esther Summerson
Sarah Lancashire
as Coral Atkins
Roger Allam
as Alastair Graeme
Martin Freeman
as Mr. Codlin
Alex Kingston
as Moll Flanders
Aisling Loftus
as Lily Rose
Helen Mirren
as Det. Supt. Jane Tennison
Honeysuckle Weeks
as Samantha Stewart
Gillian Anderson
as Lady Dedlock
Matthew Rhys
as John Jasper
Jack Davenport
as Otto Powell
Samantha Bond
as Mrs. Weston
Maggie Smith
as Mrs. Mabel Pettigrew
Douglas Henshall
as Constantine Levin
Laura Carmichael
as Lady Edith Crawley
Juliet Stevenson
as Laurie's Mother
Bill Nighy
as Lord Stamfordham
Eileen Atkins
as Virginia Woolf
Zoe Boyle
as Hope Ransom
Jim Carter
as Mr. Breghart
Patrick Malahide
as Robert Dangerfield
Emilia Fox
as Mrs. de Winter
Ron Cook
as Barrymore
Jemma Redgrave
as Dr. Eleanor Bramwell
Tom Hughes
as Ralph Wilson
Una Stubbs
as Mrs. Hudson
Claire Foy
as Amy Dorrit
Charles Dance
as Maxim de Winter
Michelle Dockery
as Erminia Whyte
Ben Daniels
as Lord Kildare
Iain Glen
as Mr. Preston
David Tennant
as Theo Howard
Jean Marsh
as Mrs. Ferrars
Trevor Eve
as Mr. Murdstone
Jim Broadbent
as Logan Mountstuart (Older)
Alan Dobie
as Prince Dmitri Nekhlyudov
Zoë Wanamaker
as Olive Mannering
Gina McKee
as Irene Heron
Brendan Coyle
as DCS Mitchell
Matthew McNulty
as Edward Bell
David Hayman
as Richie Maguire
Damian Lewis
as Soames Forsyte
Jeany Spark
as Mercy Chant
Romola Garai
as Gwendolen Harleth
Matthew MacFadyen
as Hareton Earnshaw
Penelope Wilton
as Mrs. Hamley
Neil Stuke
as Francis Bacon
Janet McTeer
as Vita Sackville-West
Jessica Brown Findlay
as Lady Sybil Crawley
Eddie Redmayne
as Angel Clare
Art Malik
as Professor Hamid Jassim
Ben Miles
as Montague Dartie
Lindsay Duncan
as Marilyn Truman
Matthew Goode
as Brooke Burgess
Ruby Bentall
as Charlotte
Anne-Marie Duff
as Lady Louisa
Stephen Dillane
as Alexis Karenin
Jodhi May
as Lady Sarah
Anton Lesser
as Austin Carmichael
Rufus Sewell
as Aurelio Zen
William Hurt
as Prof. Will Esterhuyse
Jason Isaacs
as Jackson Brodie
Jack Laskey
as DS Peter Jakes
Cheryl Campbell
as Bessy Tulliver
Samuel West
as Dr. Constantine
Joanna Page
as Dora Spenlow
Nina Sosanya
as Marcia Thomas
Mark Gatiss
as John Dashwood
Jo Woodcock
as Liza-Lu Durbeyfield
Tara Fitzgerald
as Helen Graham
Joanne Froggatt
as Angelique Mahy
Grégory Fitoussi
as Henri Leclair
Sean Bean
as Lovelace
Sean Rigby
as PC Jim Strange
James Bradshaw
as Noah Claypool
Catherine Steadman
as Julia Bertram
Sarah Smart
as Anne-Britt Hoglund
Toby Kebbell
as Liam Foyle
Fiona Shaw
as Hedda Gabler
Naomie Harris
as Clara Bowden
John Thaw
as Tom Oakley
Albert Finney
as Reggie Cunningham-Jarvis
Jonny Lee Miller
as Michael Young
Amanda Root
as Princess Darya Oblonskaya
Juliet Aubrey
as Sophia Carey
Anthony Howell
as Roger Hamley
Paul Rhys
as Edgar
David Haig
as Harold Nicolson
Paloma Baeza
as Bathsheba Everdene
Judi Dench
as Matty Jenkyns
David Calder
as Robert Bramwell
Derek Jacobi
as George Cording
Neil Jackson
as Harry Spargo
Aidan McArdle
as John Eshton
Richard McCabe
as Mr. Brocklebank
Kevin Doyle
as Molesley
Greg Wise
as Rodolphe
Toby Stephens
as Gentleman Farmer
Ruth Wilson
as Jane Eyre
Allen Leech
as Tom Branson
Laura Haddock
as Miss Grosvenor
Dan Stevens (IV)
as Arthur Holmwood
Helen McCrory
as Anna Karenina
David Bamber
as Dr. Forrest
Saskia Reeves
as Cassie Mahy
Ray Winstone
as Henry VIII
Sam Neill
as Komarovsky
Hugh Laurie
as Bertie Wooster
Caterina Murino
as Tania Moretti
Dave Tennant
as Will Burton
Wendy Hiller
as Dame Laurentia MacLachlan
Peter O'Toole
as Older Casanova
Natalie Dormer
as Moira Nicholson
Zoe Tapper
as Donatella Pirotta
John Light
as Young Reggie
Philip Davis
as Archie Jones
Freddie Fox
as Tom Savage
Philip Jackson
as Old George Bennett
Daniel Weyman
as Adam Wainwright
Sadie Shimmin
as Nurse Smythe
Mark Strong (II)
as Prince Stpehen Oblonsky
Frederick Treves
as Sir Francis Carey
Andrew Scott
as James Devereaux
Shirley Henderson
as Marie Melmotte
Bill Paterson
as Mr. Gibson
Kevin McMonagle
as Joe Marsham
Timothy Spall
as Oswald Bates
Rupert Vansittart
as Lord Godolphin
David Morrissey
as Colonel Brandon
Nico Mirallegro
as Johnny Proude
Eve Myles
as Maggy
Serena Gordon
as Lady Caroline
Denis Lawson
as Julius Gore-Urqhart
Hans Matheson
as Yury Zhivago
Tom Ward
as Lemuel
Charity Wakefield
as Marianne Dashwood
James Fleet
as James Bland
Patrick Kennedy
as Richard Carstone
Ken Bones
as Mr. Herne
Hugh Fraser
as The Counsel
Oliver Dimsdale
as Louis Trevelyan
Cal Macaninch
as Henry Lang
John Macmillan
as Community Officer
Steven Hartley
as George Rogers
Sam Smith
as Oliver Twist
Chiwetel Ejiofor
as President Thabo Mbeki
Naoko Mori
as Yoko Ono
Clémence Poésy
as Isabelle Azaire
James Anthony Pearson
as Davie Balfour
Laura Fraser
as Emily Rowley
Philip Glenister
as Baron Von Rheingarten
Peter Firth
as Benedict
Zoe Telford
as Nicola Curry
Ami Metcalf
as Eunice McCabe
Cathryn Harrison
as Mrs. Sinclair
Thora Hird
as Jean Taylor
Ellie Haddington
as Hilda Pierce
Michael Maloney
as Ivan McDormid
Tom Hiddleston
as Mr. John Plumptre
Felicity Jones
as Catherine Morland
Kika Markham
as Mme. Lamotte
Elisabeth Dermot Walsh
as Princess Elizabeth (as a young woman)
Kenneth Cranham
as Rev. Millward
Lesley Nicol
as Mrs. Patmore
Sylvia Syms
as Elsie Beamish
Antony Sher
as Gerald Lewis
Patricia Hodge
as Stella Rodney
Sean Biggerstaff
as Bobby Attfield
Diana Rigg
as Lemuel's Mother
Loo Brealey
as Molly Hooper
Louise Brealey
as Molly Hooper
Alex Jennings
as Insp. Curry
Polly Walker
as Delphine Day
Ruth Sheen
as Nurse Carr
Owen Teale
as Wilf Jonas
Ian Hart
as Dr. Watson
Timothy West
as Gloucester
Ashley Jensen
as Kate Burton
Hayley Atwell
as Rosa Garland
Oliver Chris
as Leonard
Selina Cadell
as Lady Malcolm
Angela Griffin
as DS Lizzie Maddox
Harriet Walker
as Miss Bulstrode
Joan Collins
as Ruth van Rydock
James Faulkner
as Charles Stark
Sam Claflin
as Logan Mountstuart (Young)
Tom Hollander
as Osborne Hamley
Celia Imrie
as Sadie Radlett
Abigail Thaw
as Rachel Waterhouse
Tom Hardy
as Robert Dudley
Sam Heughan
as Philip Dorr
Gillian Kearney
as June Forsyte
Jared Harris
as Capt. Anderson
Laura Greenwood
as Penny Philips
James D'Arcy
as Tom Bertram
Tom Mison
as Ben Sixsmith
David Warner
as Povel Wallander
Lucy Cohu
as Rebecca de Winter
Nicholas Woodeson
as Bertie Williams
David Robb
as Maj. Tredinnick
Orla Brady
as Catherine Earnshaw
Nicholas Farrell
as Jeremy Crawford
Caroline O'Neill
as Susan Chapman
Max Beesley
as Michael Ezard
Daniel Evans
as Herbert Pocket
Julia Ford
as Kathleen Jonas
Robert Pugh
as Det. Sgt. Alun Simms
Maureen Beattie
as Alice Costigan
Deborah Findlay
as Countess Lydia Ivanova
Richard Lintern
as Sefton Linn
Oliver Ford Davies
as Mr. Wickfield
Julian Wadham
as Charles Kilshaw
Tim McMullan
as Mr. Palmer
Zawe Ashton
as Deborah Arnold
Jane Horrocks
as Ros Pritchard
Daragh O'Malley
as Patrick Harper
Christopher Walken
as Curtis Pelissier
Martin Shaw
as Sir Charles Cartwright
Izzy Meikle-Small
as Young Estella
Claire Cox
as Yvonne
Eamonn Walker
as John Othello
Julia Watson
as Charlotte Stamford
Ian Holm
as King Lear
Keeley Fawcett
as Carrie Willow
Rupert Everett
as Sherlock Holmes
Clarissa Harlowe
as Saskia Wickham
Emily Mortimer
as Miss Flynn
Emily Watson
as Maggie Tulliver
Chris Gordon
as Bickford
Aneurin Barnard
as Robbie Hayman
John Benfield
as Supt. Kernan
Pauline Moran
as Miss Lemon
Sam Davies
as Dylan Hughes
Nicholas Jones
as Sir William Chambers
Joe Absolom
as James Bentley
Max Brown
as Adam Wainwright
Brid Brennan
as Mrs. Elvsted
Edward Fox
as Asst. Commissioner Summers
Ian McNeice
as George Collard
Rory Kinnear
as Rushworth
Robert Hardy
as Franklin D. Roosevelt
Lily James
as Lady Rose MacClare