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Producer (feature film)

1.
Room With a View, A (2008)
Young and precocious, Lucy Honeychurch lives and breathes within the suffocating confines of Edwardian social norms. During a trip to Italy, a stolen kiss with the handsome but unsuitable George Emerson ignites a curious, unrequited love. Facing a nosy chaperone, a rushed engagement to the suitable
2.
Pierrepoint: The Last Hangman (2005)
A large, somewhat awkward man of simple manners, Albert Pierrepoint is like just any other decent, working-class fellow when we first encounter him. Then he goes for an interview at the local prison to become a hangman. According to Pierrepoint's mother, the same job had turned his father into an al
3.
Original Sin (1997) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
Three-part dramatization of the P.D. James novel about the poetry-writing British police Commander Adam Dalgliesh, who is called in by one of his literary heroes to investigate the hate mail received at his publishing house. When the body of a woman editor is discovered and another member of the fir
4.
Mrs. Brown (1997) as Executive Producer
Queen Victoria risks scandal because of her loyalty to a Scottish groundskeeper who saved her life.
5.
Persuasion (1995) as Executive Producer (Wgbh-Boston)
After turning down a previous marriage proposal years earlier, a young woman is thrown into company with her former beau.
6.
Foreign Field, A (1994) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
On the 50th anniversary of D-Day, three Word War II veterans -- an American and two Englishmen -- return to Normandy to remember fallen comrades and look for a long-lost love.
7.
Prime Suspect (1992) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
A female chief detective inspector tracks down what appears to be a serial killer while maintaining authority over her all-male macho murder squad and attempting to balance her personal and professional lives.
8.
Adam Bede (1992) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
A two-part drama for "Masterpiece Theatre" based on George Eliot's novel. Set in 19th century rural England, a young carpenter is betrayed by the girl he hopes to marry.
9.
Precious Bane (1989) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
A two-part drama, presented as part of "Masterpiece Theatre," depicting the harsh life of farming families in rural Shropshire, England, in 1815. A young woman is determined to overcome her "bane," an ugly hairlip which confirms the view of the local village wizard that her family is cursed.
10.
Little Sister, The (1986) as Co-Producer
A drama about growing up on the streets of a major American city. The story focuses on a troubled young woman from a wealthy and respected New England family who, after getting into trouble with the law, becomes entangled in a strange relationship with a dedicated juvenile probation officer for the
11.
Silas Marner: The Weaver of Raveloe (1985) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
An adaptation of George Eliot's nineteenth-century novel about the linen weaver, Silas Marner, who leads an embittered, lonely life in a rural English village after being unjustly accused of robbery. His faith in love and society is rekindled when an abandoned baby girl is left on his doorstep. A "M

Art Department (feature film)

12.
Rush (2013)
The rivalry of Formula One drivers Niki Lauda and James Hunt during the Golden Age of racing is chronicled.

Cast (special)

13.
Last Morse, The (2001) as Interviewee
A tribute to Oxford's favorite fictional son, Inspector Morse, as he takes on his final assignment in "Inspector Morse: The Remorseful Day." Capping the long running detective series, telecast in the United States as a presentation of the PBS series "Mystery!," John Thaw faces his last case as the c

Producer (special)

14.
Our Town (2003) as Executive Producer
In Thornton Wilder's classic play, recently deceased wife and mother Emily Webb is allowed to relive her happiest day only to find that the living don't appreciate the gift of life nearly as much as the dearly departed.
15.
Othello (2002) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
A contemporary adaptation of William Shakespeare's "Othello." John Othello is an up-and-coming black officer with the London Metropolitan Police. Ben Jago, who seems destined for the top job of police commissioner, loses it to Othello after he dramatically quells a race riot sparked by the death of
16.
Murder of Stephen Lawrence, The (2002) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
Stephen Lawrence, the 18-year-old son of Jamaican immigrants Neville and Doreen Lawrence, is stabbed to death one night in April 1993 while waiting for a bus in southeast London. The assailants, five white-supremacist teens, are identified almost immediately, but the police don't arrest them for two
17.
Lucky Jim (2002) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
An adaptation of Kingsley Amis's satire about university life in the early 1950s. The story follows the misfortunes of Jim Dixon, a newly-appointed instructor at an English university, who, despite his charm and enthusiasm, is at odds with the madcap departmental head Professor Neddy Welch. Jim also
18.
Death in the Family, A (2002) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
An adaptation of James Agee's 1957 autobiographical novel "A Death in the Family," a story of a family's fragility and resilience. Set in Knoxville, Tennessee, during the summer of 1915. On his way home from visiting his father one night, Jay Follet is suddenly killed in a car accident. After his wi
19.
Way We Live Now, The (2002) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
The trials and tribulations of young love, honorable men, the antics of the upper class and the greed that lies just beneath the surface of Victorian London. Financial wizard Augustus Melmotte arrives in London, inciting universal avarice and hopes of marriage among young men with an eye on his dau
20.
Bertie and Elizabeth (2002) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
The story of George VI and Queen Elizabeth, parents of the current Queen Elizabeth, from their first meeting in 1920 to the king's death in 1952. Their married life is set against the backdrop of major national and world events, including the abdication of George's elder brother and World War II.
21.
My Uncle Silas (2001) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
Set in the idyllic England of the early 1900s and based on the short stories of H.E. Bates, the program follows the adventures of 10-year-old Edward, sent to the country to spend the summer with his rascally Uncle Silas.
22.
Second Sight II (2001) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
Detective Chief Inspector Ross Tanner heads an elite London police squad called the Special Murder Unit, charged with conducting high-profile, press-sensitive murder investigations, a high-stress job made worse by the fact that he is going blind from a rare eye disease and trying to keep it secret.
23.
Touching Evil III (2001) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
Dave Creegan, partner Susan Taylor and D.C. Mark Rivers of the Organized and Serial Crime Unit track a murderer whose intended victims are not the women found murdered, but the men they leave behind, and a terminally ill serial arsonist determined to settle old scores. In episode 1, Creegan returns
24.
Talking Heads 2: Miss Fozzard Finds Her Feet (2001) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
In this monologue written by Alan Bennett, Patricia Routledge plays an aging, unmarried, utterly unremarkable store clerk, who hides a kinky private life that has evolved so innocently that she scarcely knows what's what. Miss Fozzard's previous chiropodist attended her toes on old newspaper, while
25.
Bramwell VI (2001) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
The career and love life of Dr. Eleanor Bramwell reach a climax. Her father's gloomy cousin, Mrs. Bruce, has taken over Eleanor's clinic in the East End. Her father, Dr. Robert Bramwell, has run off with a brewery heiress. Her former fiance, Dr. Finn O'Neill, appears to be plotting to kill his new w
26.
Take a Girl Like You (2001) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
Set in 1959, the story focuses on virginal Jenny, who dreams of marriage and children, and Patrick, the local rake who woos her. The competition for Jenny's attention includes her lecherous landlord Dick, socially inept Graham and rich, randy Julian. Pretty school teacher Jenny Bunn arrives in a sm
27.
Ponder Heart, The (2001) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
An adaptation of the 1954 novel by Eudora Welty about Uncle Daniel Ponder, a wealthy man in Clay, Mississippi, in 1939, whose generosity upsets his niece, Edna Earle. Uncle Daniel marries Bonnie Dee Peacock, a young girl from the country who becomes the object of his gift giving, but soon, she disap
28.
American, The (2001) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
Drama based on the novel by Henry James, "The American," about a self-made Midwesterner who discovers the sinister secret of an aristocratic French family when he falls in love with a daughter of the family. Christopher Newman, a 19th century "new man" who has amassed a fortune in California, heads
29.
Merchant of Venice, The (2001) as Executive Producer ("Exxonmobile Masterpiece Theatre")
This Royal National Theatre production of Shakespeare's play is set in cafe society in Venice during the 1930s. The tragedy of a money-lending Jew seeking vengeance on a Christian merchant is intermingled with three love stories, one involving a fairy tale test of true worth.
30.
Song of the Lark, The (2001) as Series Executive Producer ("Exxonmobil Masterpiece Theatre'S American Collection")
An adaptation of Willa Cather's novel about a young woman's struggle to achieve her destiny -- a struggle that takes her from a small Colorado town to the opera stages of the world. Thea Kronborg, a talented and beautiful young woman growing up in 1890s Colorado, travels to Chicago to make or break
31.
Cazalets, The (2001) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
On the eve of World War II, the Cazalet clan assembles at the family estate in Sussex, England. The drama centers on three brothers and a sister (Hugh, Edward, Rupert, Rachel), their spouses (Villy, Sybil, Zoe) and their children, from infants to adolescents coming of age in an ominously changing wo
32.
Remorseful Day, The (2001) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
Inspector Morse has a mysterious connection to murder victim Yvonne Harrison, who is found battered to death and handcuffed naked to her bed. Chief Superintendent Strange puts Sergeant Lewis in charge of the investigation, but Morse anticipates his colleague's every move. It becomes clear that Yvonn
33.
Last Morse, The (2001) as Producer ("Mystery!")
A tribute to Oxford's favorite fictional son, Inspector Morse, as he takes on his final assignment in "Inspector Morse: The Remorseful Day." Capping the long running detective series, telecast in the United States as a presentation of the PBS series "Mystery!," John Thaw faces his last case as the c
34.
Remorseful Day, The (2001) as Producer ("Mystery!")
Inspector Morse has a mysterious connection to murder victim Yvonne Harrison, who is found battered to death and handcuffed naked to her bed. Chief Superintendent Strange puts Sergeant Lewis in charge of the investigation, but Morse anticipates his colleague's every move. It becomes clear that Yvonn
35.
Second Sight II (2001) as Producer ("Mystery!")
Detective Chief Inspector Ross Tanner heads an elite London police squad called the Special Murder Unit, charged with conducting high-profile, press-sensitive murder investigations, a high-stress job made worse by the fact that he is going blind from a rare eye disease and trying to keep it secret.
36.
Touching Evil III (2001) as Producer ("Mystery")
Dave Creegan, partner Susan Taylor and D.C. Mark Rivers of the Organized and Serial Crime Unit track a murderer whose intended victims are not the women found murdered, but the men they leave behind, and a terminally ill serial arsonist determined to settle old scores. In episode 1, Creegan returns
37.
Trial By Fire (2000) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Prosecutor Helen West and her live-in lover, Geoffrey Bailey, have recently moved to a sedate London suburb where he is chief superintendent. When the badly decomposed corpse of a woman turns up in a shallow grave, the victim's husband, smooth real-estate developer John Blundell, is an obvious suspe
38.
Seeing Red (2000) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
Coral Atkins, a British soap star of the 1970s, becomes deeply affected by the plight of children from troubled homes. Against considerable odds, Coral harnesses her celebrity to launch a crusade to establish her own home to care for the children. Based on the memoirs of Coral Atkins.
39.
David Copperfield (2000) as Executive Producer (Wgbh) ("Exxonmobil Masterpiece Theatre")
Movie based on Charles Dickens' classic novel, "David Copperfield." Traces David Copperfield's life from his unhappy boyhood in the Salem House Academy to his triumph in life and love. David Copperfield is born shortly after the death of his father. Young David has a happy childhood, with a memorab
40.
Wyvern Mystery, The (2000) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Adaptation of J. Sheridan Le Fanu's gothic horror novel, set in rural 1820s England. Alice Maybell marries the heir to a local estate only to find herself embroiled in the dark secrets of the past and evil ambitions of the present. In Part 1, the child Alice, newly orphaned, is taken under the wing
41.
Turn of the Screw, The (2000) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
Adaptation of Henry James' gothic tale about a governess hired by a charming bachelor to look after his young niece and nephew. The story unfolds in Victorian England, in a grand mansion in the rural countryside. The naive young governess is charmed by her employer and is determined to make a succes
42.
Lady Audley's Secret (2000) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
Lucy Graham is a seductive governess who marries her ward's doddering father, Sir Michael Audley. Sir Michael's dashing nephew Robert is powerfully tempted by Lucy's allures -- though convinced she hides a dark secret concerning the disappearance of his good friend George Talboys. In the midst of th
43.
Monsignor Renard (2000) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
World War II drama about Monsignor Renard, a Nazi-defying French priest. In 1940, the monsignor is newly arrived in his home town of Saint-Josse des Bois, which he left 20 years earlier to join the Catholic church. The village is filled with reminders of his former life -- including Madeleine, his o
44.
Cora Unashamed (2000) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
An adaptation of a story by Langston Hughes that focuses on the stories of black and white families in 1916-31 Iowa. Cora, an African-American woman living in an all-white Iowa town in the 1930s, gives up her livelihood and security in order to speak the truth about the tragic deaths of two children
45.
Touching Evil II (2000) as Executive Producer (Wgbh/Boston)
The second special featuring Detective Inspector Dave Creegan and his partner Detective Inspector Susan Taylor. Joining them at London's Organized and Serial Crime Unit (OSC) is Detective Constable Mark Rivers -- less experienced but eager to prove himself. In Part 1, before slaying and scalping his
46.
Bramwell V (2000) as Executive Producer ("Exxonmobil Masterpiece Theatre")
The fifth series featuring Victorian physician Eleanor Bramwell, the hero of London's downtrodden. As the country enjoys the Diamond Jubilee celebration of Queen Victoria's reign in 1897, Finn O'Neil shatters Eleanor by announcing that he has married an American. At Jubilee party at the Thrift is br
47.
Hetty Wainthropp Investigates III (2000) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
Sixty-something detective Hetty Wainthropp and company -- her dutiful husband, Robert, and her scrappy teenaged sidekick, Geoffrey Shawcross, now promoted to full partner in the Wainthropp Detective Agency -- have their hands full in cases ranging from pyromania to stalking, hit-and-run, restaurant
48.
Murder Rooms: The Dark Beginnings of Sherlock Holmes (2000) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Arthur Conan Doyle's immortal Sherlock Holmes was inspired by the genius of his professor and mentor at the University of Edinburgh Medical School, Dr. Joseph Bell. In this drama, based on Dr. Bell's previously unknown undercover work, the young Doyle joins Bell in his adventures. The mystery unfold
49.
Madame Bovary (2000) as Executive Producer (Wgbh) ("Exxonmobil Masterpiece Theatre")
The story of a 19th century farmer's daughter, Emma, who is bored with her marriage to a provincial doctor, Charles Bovary, whom she does not love. She finds passion with Rodolphe, a philandering aristocrat who abandons her, and with Leon, a romantic young clerk. Meanwhile, Emma has been spending th
50.
Hetty Wainthropp Investigates IV (2000) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Sixty-something gumshoe Hetty Wainthropp returns with her teenage sidekick, Geoffrey, and her doting husband, Robert, to take on a variety of cases at the Wainthropp Detective Agency with the help of Geoffrey's fiercely independent girlfriend-mechanic, Janet Fraser. In "A Minor Operation," Hetty go
51.
All the King's Men (2000) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
The true story of the mysterious fate of the Norfolk Regiment, lost at Gallipoli, Turkey, in 1915 during World War I. The volunteer regiment was made up of the men who worked on the royal family's Sandringham Estate.
52.
Hetty Wainthropp Investigates III (2000) as Producer ("Mystery!")
Sixty-something detective Hetty Wainthropp and company -- her dutiful husband, Robert, and her scrappy teenaged sidekick, Geoffrey Shawcross, now promoted to full partner in the Wainthropp Detective Agency -- have their hands full in cases ranging from pyromania to stalking, hit-and-run, restaurant
53.
Lady Audley's Secret (2000) as Producer ("Mystery!")
Lucy Graham is a seductive governess who marries her ward's doddering father, Sir Michael Audley. Sir Michael's dashing nephew Robert is powerfully tempted by Lucy's allures -- though convinced she hides a dark secret concerning the disappearance of his good friend George Talboys. In the midst of th
54.
Touching Evil II (2000) as Producer ("Mystery")
The second special featuring Detective Inspector Dave Creegan and his partner Detective Inspector Susan Taylor. Joining them at London's Organized and Serial Crime Unit (OSC) is Detective Constable Mark Rivers -- less experienced but eager to prove himself. In Part 1, before slaying and scalping his
55.
Bramwell IV (1999) as Executive Producer ("Mobil Masterpiece Theatre")
Follows Victorian physician Eleanor Bramwell as she continues to shake up the British medical establishment. In the first episode, Eleanor and Marsham try to help Rose, a young girl with an extraordinarily large head, who works as a "living curiosity" at a local street fair.In the second episode, E
56.
Certain Justice, A (1999) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
Commander Adam Dalgliesh investigates the murder of Venetia Aldridge, a criminal lawyer who had many enemies. As the list of suspects grows to include several members of Aldridge's firm, suspicion also falls on Gary Ashe, a murder suspect whom Aldridge successfully defended and with whom her daughte
57.
Frenchman's Creek (1999) as Executive Producer ("Mobil Masterpiece Theatre")
An adaptation of the novel by Daphne du Maurier about wealthy Lady Dona St. Columb who leaves the corrupt royal society in London to seek peace and solitude in her family home in Cornwall. On her arrival, she discovers that French pirates are raiding the local community and one particular pirate, Je
58.
Aristocrats (1999) as Executive Producer (Wgbh) ("Mobil Masterpiece Theatre")
An adaptation of Stella Tillyard's historical novel about the lives and loves of four British sisters -- Caroline, Emily, Louisa and Sarah Lennox. The sisters' lives take place against the backdrop of the French Revolution, the industrial revolution, the American war of independence and the Irish re
59.
Lost For Words (1999) as Executive Producer ("Mobil Masterpiece Theatre")
A true story based on events in Deric Longden's autobiography. Annie Longden is an eccentric old woman who starts out in perfect control of her life. Then she suffers her first stroke -- a mild one from which she quickly recovers, but it leaves her strangely obsessed with gremlins. When she begins t
60.
Great Expectations (1999) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
Adaptation of Charles Dickens' Victorian novel about an orphan boy who inherits a mysterious fortune. Pip lives in Kent with his irritable sister and her good-natured husband Joe Gargery, a blacksmith. One day, Pip is summoned to Satis House, the residence of Miss Havisham, a woman driven half-mad y
61.
Heat of the Sun (1999) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
62.
Hetty Wainthropp Investigates II (1999) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Sixty-something sleuth Hetty Wainthrop solves mysteries with the help of her husband Robert and her teenage sidekick Geoffrey. In "Poison Pen," Helga Allowby, a self-described spinster, has been accused of sending noxious poison pen letters to the residents of her village -- and she wants Hetty to p
63.
Oliver Twist (1999) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
An adaptation of Charles Dickens' "Oliver Twist," about a young orphan who escapes from the workhouse and falls in with a gang of thieves.
64.
Inspector Morse: The Wench Is Dead (1999) as Executive Producer
Inspector Morse investigates the nearly 150-year-old murder of a young woman whose body was found in the mid-1800s alongside the Oxford Canal. After Morse comes across an account of the original investigation and the trial that followed, he's soon convinced that the three men hanged for her murder w
65.
Living on Risk (1999) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
With her detective agency struggling financially and a baby on the way, Cordelia Gray welcomes a deceptively simple surveillance job, despite the misgivings of Edith Sparshott. A lapse of concentration proves costly when Cordelia realizes that she has led a killer to his target. Warned against pursu
66.
Second Sight (1999) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
Detective Chief Inspector Ross Tanner is an ambitious maverick who gets results by always going the extra mile. But Tanner is a man with a secret -- he's going blind. Detective Catherine Tully is a competitive graduate officer who is drafted into Tanner's serious crime unit to help investigate the b
67.
Rather English Marriage, A (1999) as Executive Producer ("Mobil Masterpiece Theatre")
When Roy and Reggie's respective wives both die at around the same time, a social worker suggests that the two men live together in Reggie's spacious house. While Reggie is ex-RAF, Roy was a milkman, and Reggie tends to treat the other man like his servant. But a real bond is forged between them, a
68.
Reckless -- the Sequel (1999) as Executive Producer ("Mobil Masterpiece Theatre")
Sequel to the three-part comedy/drama in which Dr. Owen Springer falls in love with Anna Fairley, the wife of his boss, Dr. Richard Crane. A year has passed and Owen and Anna are living together after Anna's divorce from Richard. They make a decision to marry at the end of the week. Richard, who has
69.
Playing God (1999) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
Noticeably pregnant and facing an uncertain future, Cordelia Gray reluctantly accepts a job from her old adversary, Chief Superintendent Fergusson, who hires her to spy on his daughter Laura's boyfriend, Tim Bolton. All too quickly, Cordelia realizes that Fergusson's suspicions about the man -- an a
70.
Wives and Daughters (1999) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
Miniseries set amid the broad range of middle-English society during the 1820s. Forthright and passionate Molly Gibson was brought up from childhood by her father. At 17-years-old, Molly acquires a stepmother and a beautiful stepsister, Cynthia. The loveable but worldly Cynthia brings Molly both joy
71.
Goodnight Mister Tom (1999) as Executive Producer ("Mobil Masterpiece Theatre") (Wgbh)
Tom Oakley, a cantankerous old man, is exiled from the life of his village and weighed down with memories. As Britain stands on the brink of World War II, William, an 11-year-old evacuee from London, begins to flourish under Tom's care. The two develop a bond so strong that when William's mother sum
72.
Cadfael 4 (1999) as Executive Producer
Adaptation of Ellis Peters' novels about the 12th century crime-solving Welsh monk, Brother Cadfael. In "The Holy Thief," Cadfael faces a controversial case of roving relics and star-crossed lovers; in "The Pilgrim of Hate," a killer hides among the traveling faithful; and "The Potter's Field" yield
73.
Cider With Rosie (1999) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
A story about the awakening of manhood, set in 1918 in the heart of the Gloucestershire countryside. From poet Laurie Lee's memoirs in which as a teenager he recalls the efforts of his mother, after his father deserted her, to support nine children.
74.
Our Mutual Friend -- By Charles Dickens (1999) as Executive Producer ("Mobil Masterpiece Theatre")
In Episode 2, Lizzie Hexam, daughter of the corpse robber who found young Harmon's alleged body, is being courted by two desperate characters: Eugene Wrayburn, a dissolute barrister, and Bradley Headstone, a mentally-deranged schoolmaster. As their rivalry gets out of hand, Lizzie flees. Meanwhile,
75.
Shooting the Past (1999) as Executive Producer ("Mobil Masterpiece Theatre")
A London mansion housing a huge library of old photos gets a new owner -- Christopher Anderson, an American millionaire bent on chucking the pictures and remaking the house as a business college. Marilyn Truman, the library's manager is determined to save the collection with the help of Oswald Bates
76.
Living on Risk (1999) as Producer ("Mystery")
With her detective agency struggling financially and a baby on the way, Cordelia Gray welcomes a deceptively simple surveillance job, despite the misgivings of Edith Sparshott. A lapse of concentration proves costly when Cordelia realizes that she has led a killer to his target. Warned against pursu
77.
Certain Justice, A (1999) as Producer ("Mystery")
Commander Adam Dalgliesh investigates the murder of Venetia Aldridge, a criminal lawyer who had many enemies. As the list of suspects grows to include several members of Aldridge's firm, suspicion also falls on Gary Ashe, a murder suspect whom Aldridge successfully defended and with whom her daughte
78.
Cadfael 4 (1999) as Producer ("Mystery!")
Adaptation of Ellis Peters' novels about the 12th century crime-solving Welsh monk, Brother Cadfael. In "The Holy Thief," Cadfael faces a controversial case of roving relics and star-crossed lovers; in "The Pilgrim of Hate," a killer hides among the traveling faithful; and "The Potter's Field" yield
79.
Heat of the Sun (1999) as Producer ("Mystery!")
80.
Inspector Morse: The Wench Is Dead (1999) as Producer ("Mystery!))
Inspector Morse investigates the nearly 150-year-old murder of a young woman whose body was found in the mid-1800s alongside the Oxford Canal. After Morse comes across an account of the original investigation and the trial that followed, he's soon convinced that the three men hanged for her murder w
81.
Unknown Soldier, The (1998) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
Drama special set during the waning days of World War I. A shell-shocked soldier suffering from amnesia is found wandering on a battlefield. In the hospital, his relationship with nurse Sophia Carey turns into something deeper.
82.
Far From the Madding Crowd (1998) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
Two-part drama based on Thomas Hardy's tale of passion and betrayal set in the 19th century. Bathsheba Everdene is a beautiful and capricious young woman with a fiercely independent spirit who is much admired by the men in her village. Battling for her love are the loyal and independent Gabriel Oak,
83.
Painted Lady (1998) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
Maggie Sheridan, a hard-living, self-destructive wild child of the sixties and once one of the most famous blues voices of her generation, is taken in by Sir Charles Stafford and his son Sebastian after a failed suicide attempt. When Sir Charles is brutally murdered and a valuable 16th century paint
84.
Prince of Hearts, The (1998) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
85.
Respectable Trade, A (1998) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
Josiah Cole, an 18th century Bristol dockside businessman, gambles everything to join the big traders of the city. A marriage to well-connected Frances Scott provides Josiah with an entree to a higher class. Trading her social contacts for Josiah's protection, Frances finds her life and fortune depe
86.
Sacrifice (1998) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
Private detective Cordelia Gray unexpectedly inherits the private detective agency she works for when her boss commits suicide. Her first solo case, a college student's suicide, seems uncomplicated, but when Gray investigates the deceased's friends, scientist-father and his father's lab assistant, i
87.
Woman in White, The (1998) as Executive Producer; Executive Producer ("Mobil Masterpiece Theatre")
Two sisters, Marian and Laura Fairlie, are virtually imprisoned on Sir Percival Glyde's estate after his marriage to Laura. He wants all her wealth, but for some reason he also wants to detain and silence the strange, elusive woman in white who haunts the area and holds the key to a dark and siniste
88.
Wuthering Heights (1998) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
Adaptation of Emily Bronte's novel "Wuthering Heights." Two generations of the Earnshaw and Linton clans fall under the domination of the mysterious Heathcliff.
89.
Ice House, The (1998) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Murder mystery about Phoebe Maybury, whose husband disappeared 10 years earlier. Phoebe was suspected of murder, but nobody was found and the police had to abandon their inquiry. In the intervening years, she built a new life with her friends, Anne Cattrell and Diane Goode. A mutilated corpse is fou
90.
Life and Crimes of William Palmer, The (1998) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Dramatization of the true story of William Palmer, one of the most depraved criminals in British history. A young Victorian physician, Palmer had a penchant for horse racing and poison. He practiced medicine in the 1840s and '50s in Rugeley, a quiet English village where he murdered his wife, mother
91.
Touching Evil (1998) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Detective Inspector Dave Creegan is the newest member of London's Organized and Serial Crime Unit (OSC), a fictional rapid-response, elite crime squad modeled on the FBI. Creegan and his partner Detective Inspector Susan Taylor square off against England's most dangerous criminals, including a seria
92.
Rhodes (1998) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
Dramatization of the life of legendary diamond king and arch imperialist Cecil Rhodes and the "Wild West" era in southern Africa at the turn of the century.
93.
Death Is Now My Neighbor (1998) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
Two-part episode in the dramatizations of Inspector Morse mysteries by Colin Dexter, featuring the cranky, beer-tippling Inspector Morse and the ever-loyal Detective Sergeant Lewis. Morse and Lewis are called in to investigate the mysterious deaths of two Oxfordshire neighbors murdered only 24 hours
94.
Cadfael 3 (1998) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
Adaptation of the novels of Ellis Peters about a 12th century, crime-solving Welsh monk, Brother Cadfael. In "The Raven in the Foregate," a new parish priest incites the ill-will of his parishioners when he refuses to grant a young woman absolution because she is pregnant out of wedlock. When the wo
95.
Reckless (1998) as Executive Producer ("Mobil Masterpiece Theatre")
Three-part comedy/drama in which Owen, a young doctor, falls head over heels in love with a glamorous older woman named Anna. Unfortunately, she's married to his boss, the ruthless Dr. Crane. When Owen finally wins Anna over, it's not just his happiness that's on the line, but his whole career.
96.
Last Embrace, A (1998) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
Two-part special about private detective Cordelia Gray. Cordelia accepts a job from Julia Hampson, one of the owners of a husband-and-wife-owned exclusive country house hotel, unaware that the seemingly straightforward case will spiral into a web of deceit, adultry and murder. Going undercover, Cord
97.
King Lear (1998) as Executive Producer ("Mobil Masterpiece Theatre")
Television adaptation of Richard Eyre's Royal National Theatre production of William Shakespeare's "King Lear." The aging monarch King Lear divides his kingdom between two ruthless daughters while banishing his youngest and most loving child.
98.
Daughters of Cain, The (1998) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Two-part episode in the dramatizations of Inspector Morse mysteries by Colin Dexter, featuring the cranky, beer-tippling Inspector Morse and the ever-loyal Detective Sergeant Lewis. The investigation into the murder of Oxford University Professor Dr. Felix McClure, turns out to be far more complicat
99.
Wingless Bird, The (1998) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
Drama based on the novel by Catherine Cookson which follows the fortunes of three different families, linked by the strong-minded Agnes Conway. An encounter with a glamorous young couple one Christmas Eve launches Agnes' involvement with the wealthy Farrier family. Meanwhile, she becomes entangled w
100.
Sacrifice (1998) as Producer ("Mystery")
Private detective Cordelia Gray unexpectedly inherits the private detective agency she works for when her boss commits suicide. Her first solo case, a college student's suicide, seems uncomplicated, but when Gray investigates the deceased's friends, scientist-father and his father's lab assistant, i
101.
Last Embrace, A (1998) as Producer ("Mystery!")
Two-part special about private detective Cordelia Gray. Cordelia accepts a job from Julia Hampson, one of the owners of a husband-and-wife-owned exclusive country house hotel, unaware that the seemingly straightforward case will spiral into a web of deceit, adultry and murder. Going undercover, Cord
102.
Moonstone, The (1997) as Executive Producer ("Mobil Masterpiece Theatre")
An adaptation of Wilkie Collins' mystery novel, "The Moonstone." Set in the mid 19th century, this is the story of a priceless diamond stolen from a sacred shrine in India. The jewel, later given to the beautiful heiress Rachel Verinder by her suitor Franklin Blake, brings with it a curse. When it m
103.
Rebecca (1997) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
Adaptation of Daphne du Maurier's classic love story. A young woman meets and falls in love with Maxim de Winter, the rich and handsome owner of one of Cornwall's most famous estates--Manderley. After a whirlwind courtship in the south of France and a honeymoon in Venice, de Winter takes her home to
104.
Royal Scandal, A (1997) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
True story of the royal marriage between the hedonistic and extravagent George IV, Prince of Wales, and the headstrong, eccentric and unrefined Princess Caroline of Brunswick. Caroline's defiance and George's futile attempts to divorce her are acted out in the public arena and culminate in her "tria
105.
Tenant of Wildfell Hall, The (1997) as Executive Producer ("Mobil Masterpiece Theatre")
Adaptation of Anne Bronte's novel, which shocked the Victorian establishment when it was published in 1848. Helen Graham is a young woman who takes up residence at isolated Wildfell Hall. Arthur Huntingdon is her charming but wayward husband and Gilbert Markham is a young Yorkshire farmer who falls
106.
Way Through the Woods, The (1997) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Steven Parnell, the "Lovers Lane Killer," is murdered in a prison fight before his trial. Parnell has confessed to killing two young couples and a woman on a day trip to Oxford. Inspector Morse re-opens the case, convinced that the evidence doesn't add up.
107.
Deep Secrets (1997) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Detective Sergeant Charlie Nolan takes a dangerous undercover assignment to nail a vicious mob boss known as Mr. Caine. When Nolan falls for Lara, the beautiful, estranged wife of Mr. Caine, he puts his life and her safety on the line.
108.
Breaking the Code (1997) as Executive Producer ("Mobil Masterpiece Theatre")
Tells the story of Alan Turing, the mathematical genius who was responsible for designing the computer that enabled the Allies during World War II to crack the German Enigma code. On Churchill's specific instructions, Turing was given all the resources he required and his personal behavior was toler
109.
Cadfael 2 (1997) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
Three-part adaptation of the novels of Ellis Peters about a 12th-century, crime-solving Welsh monk, Brother Cadfael. In these three episodes: Cadfael tries to clear his novice Oswin of charges that the raped and murdered a nun found dead at the bottom of a frozen brook; the motives of a young man wh
110.
Mill on the Floss, The (1997) as Executive Producer ("Mobil Masterpiece Theatre")
Adaptation of George Eliot's novel, published in 1860, portraying the efforts of Maggie Tulliver to adapt to her provincial world. Her brother Tom, who forbids her to associate with the one person who appreciates her intelligence and imagination, renounces her when she's caught in a compromising pos
111.
Hetty Wainthropp Investigates (1997) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Four-part special featuring the character, Hetty Wainthropp, the housewife-turned-detective. A part-time job at the post office turns into much more when Hetty stumbles upon a murder, leading her to a new career as head of the Wainthropp Detective Agency.
112.
Bramwell III (1997) as Executive Producer ("Mobil Masterpiece Theatre")
Four-part special follows young doctor Eleanor Bramwell as she shakes up the staid British medical establishment in London, 1896.
113.
Sculptress, The (1997) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Writer Rosalind Leigh interviews convicted murderer Olive Martin, "the Sculptress," found five years earlier cradling the dead bodies of her mother and sister. Although Olive admits her guilt, Roz believes she may be innocent. When she meets the arresting officer, Hal Hawksey, she is even more deter
114.
Into the Blue (1997) as Executive Producer; Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Harry Barnett, once a wealthy businessman, finds himself out of luck and money. While working as a caretaker on a Greek estate on the island of Rhodes, Harry meets a young English woman named Heather, who disappears after she and Harry are attacked by a masked figure. Harry is left to piece together
115.
Deadly Slumber (1997) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
When a surgeon is found dead, Inspector Morse investigates the possibility that the doctor was murdered by the devoted father of a woman who suffered permanent brain damage following a minor surgical procedure that went very wrong.
116.
Prime Suspect 5: Errors of Judgement (1997) as Executive Producer (Wgbh) ("Mobil Masterpiece Theatre")
Police superintendent Jane Tennison finds herself "demoted" and transferred to Manchester. She is put on what at first appears to be a gang-warfare, drug-related murder case. The confession of a 12-year-old boy to the crime raises more questions than answers.
117.
Hetty Wainthropp Investigates (1997) as Producer ("Mystery")
Four-part special featuring the character, Hetty Wainthropp, the housewife-turned-detective. A part-time job at the post office turns into much more when Hetty stumbles upon a murder, leading her to a new career as head of the Wainthropp Detective Agency.
118.
Signs and Wonders (1996) as Executive Producer ("Mobil Masterpiece Theatre")
The young daughter of a British vicar is lured from her family by a sinister religious cult in California. Her mother contacts an "exit counselor" in an attempt to deprogram the girl. Meanwhile, her father bemoans his loss of faith and lack of parishoners, and takes out his frustrations with whiskey
119.
Bramwell (1996) as Executive Producer ("Mobil Masterpiece Theatre")
Multi-part medical drama set in 1890s England. Follows the fortunes of Eleanor Bramwell, who sets her heart and sights on becoming a leading surgeon, an inconceivable ambition for a woman in Victorian England.
120.
Prime Suspect: The Scent of Darkness (1996) as Executive Producer ("Mobil Masterpiece Theatre")
Detective Superintendent Jane Tennison is faced with a series of murders that bear a chilling resemblance to those that Tennison had investigated in the initial "Prime Suspect" story. Her superiors suspend her from duty while they investigate her handling of the earlier case. Determined to prove she
121.
Dumb Witness (1996) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Detective Hercule Poirot alights at Lake Windemere, a placid resort town, for a weekend of relaxation with friend Charles Arundel and his extended family. When Arundel's beloved aunt Emily is found murdered, Poirot looks to her canine companion for help, convinced that the dog is the only one who kn
122.
Oliver's Travels (1996) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
When Oliver, a professor of comparative religion, is laid off by his university, he sets out to find Aristotle, a famous compiler of crossword puzzles. Oliver discovers that Aristotle's home has been ransacked and that he is nowhere to be found. He joins forces with police detective Diane Priest and
123.
Broken Glass (1996) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
Set in Brooklyn in 1938 on the eve of disturbing events in Germany. Sylvia and Phillip Gellburg have had a long-time but troubled marriage. Sylvia is suddenly and mysteriously stricken with paralysis. Her doctor cannot find an explanation. The possibility exists that the real reason for the paralysi
124.
Heavy Weather (1996) as Executive Producer ("Mobil Masterpiece Theatre")
Adaptation of P.G. Wodehouse's story in which a champion pig is the device that solves the frustrating romances of two attractive young couples over the objections of their pompous elders.
125.
Interview Day (1996) as Executive Producer ("Mobil Masterpiece Theatre")
Three British families accompany their respective offspring to England's Cambridge University where each potential student is to be interviewed for admission. As often happens, the parents find it more difficult than the children to let go.
126.
Moll Flanders (1996) as Executive Producer ("Mobil Masterpiece Theatre")
Adaptation of Daniel Defoe's classic novel of the same title. In 17th-century England a young woman seeking wealth and status becomes a prostitute, a thief and marries five times.
127.
Mind to Murder, A (1996) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Commander Adam Dalgliesh of Scotland Yard becomes entangled in a complex web of political intrigue, blackmail and deceit when he is called on to investigate a macabre murder at an exclusive psychiatric clinic.
128.
Chandler & Co. (1996) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
A detective agency specializing in personal and marital cases is run by two women who use modern equipment and high technology to bug and photograph suspects, track missing partners and expose guilty secrets.
129.
Peacock Spring, The (1996) as Executive Producer ("Mobil Masterpiece Theatre")
In 1959, Una and Hal are suddenly withdrawn from their English boarding school and relocated to New Delhi to be with their diplomat father, Edward. The girls find that their father has arranged for a governess, a beautiful Eurasian named Alix, to supervise their education. It soon becomes clear that
130.
Final Cut, The (1996) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
Scheming British Prime Minister Francis Urquhart is still holding onto power with an iron grip and is determined to become the greatest Prime Minister since Winston Churchill. Urquhart's past as a young man in Cyprus catches up to him when he becomes the middle-man is a settlement between feuding Gr
131.
Day of the Devil, The (1996) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
A dangerous mental patient, John Barrie, escapes from a high security hospital. A master of disguise, Barrie sets up an elaborate battle of wits with Chief Inspector Morse as the Oxford police engage in a manhunt. Morse realizes he is dealing with more than just a rapist on the run when signs of sat
132.
Bramwell II (1996) as Executive Producer ("Mobil Masterpiece Theatre")
Four new episodes in the story of a female doctor, Eleanor Bramwell, in late Victorian London.
133.
Hercule Poirot's Christmas (1996) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Five days before Christmas, Simeon Lee, an imperious patriarch, summons Detective Hercule Poirot to monitor a seasonal family reunion. Three alienated sons, two enigmatic daughters-in-law and an exotic niece are all present and accounted for when Simeon announces a cut in spending allowances. But Si
134.
Politician's Wife, The (1996) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
When the tabloid press exposes the British Minister for Family's affair with an escort girl, the scandal seriously threatens his career and his marriage. His wife is pressured to stand by her husband to save his political career.
135.
Prime Suspect: Inner Circles (1996) as Executive Producer ("Mobil Masterpiece Theatre")
When the manager of the local country club is found dead in his home, neighbors are quick to blame youngsters from a rundown housing project nearby -- and the police are content to accept that view. Detective Superintendent Jane Tennison's personal resources are stretched thin as she is forced to en
136.
Twilight of the Gods (1996) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Inspector Morse makes inquiries into the murder of a freelance journalist who was working on an article about millionaire businessman Andrew Baydon. During the opening celebrations for a new college at Oxford, donated by Braydon, one of the guests is shot.
137.
Prime Suspect: The Lost Child (1995) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
London Detective Superintendent Jane Tennison works on a case involving the disappearance of a young child. Her investigation leads her to a serial sex offender who has recently been released from a treatment center. At the climax of the investigation, the suspect takes a woman and her two children
138.
Poirot VII (1995) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Further adventures of the Belgian detective Hercule Poirot. In "Murder on the Links," the body of a murder victim found on a golf course appears to be tied to a family feud. In "Hickory, Dickory, Doc," the witnesses to a theft of diamonds at a student hostel are murdered.
139.
Rumpole and the Children of the Devil (1995) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Horace Rumpole is back at the bar -- in Juvenile Court -- as he defends yet another member of the Timson family, a group of South London petty criminals. This time it's Cary Timson, accused of devil worship when his eight-year-old daughter is found wearing a devil's mask in her school playground. In
140.
Rumpole and the Miscarriage of Justice (1995) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Rumpole's defense of a police superintendent accused of falsifying a confession exposes internal corruption.
141.
Rumpole and the Family Pride (1995) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
The Rumpoles visit the castle of Hilda's aristocratic cousin where Horace embarks on an investigation into the death of an old lady found drowned in the castle's lake.
142.
Cherubim and Seraphim (1995) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Inspector Morse investigates the mysterious suicides of three teenagers, which puts him on the trail of a doctor who has developed an experimental, anti-aging drug.
143.
Charles Dickens' Martin Chuzzlewit (1995) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
An adaptation of Charles Dickens' novel, "Martin Chuzzlewit." Suspicious of his greedy family, Chuzzlewit is instrumental in keeping apart his ward and his grandson, who loves her. Grandfather and grandson are eventually reconciled. Set in London and Wiltshire in the 1830s.
144.
Gallowglass (1995) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
A manipulative lover demands the loyalty of a recently released mental patient after he stops the man from committing suicide. Then they conspire to kidnap a wealthy heiress.
145.
Dark Adapted Eye, A (1995) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Adaptation of a novel by Ruth Rendell writing as Barbara Vine. Set in an English village during the 1940s, two sisters struggle over which of them is a child's natural mother, until one stabs the other to death.
146.
Choir, The (1995) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
Four-part adaptation of a novel by Joanna Trollope. Loyalties are divided, factions are formed and friendships are torn apart during a battle to preserve the choir of an English cathedral.
147.
Great Kandinsky, The (1995) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
A retired illusionist's comeback, after apparently learning the secret of "The Incredible Underwater Torture" trick, could have fatal consequences.
148.
Hard Times (1995) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
Dramatization of Charles Dicken's novel in which Thomas Gradgrind, an adherent of Utilitarianism, propels his daughter, Louisa, into marriage with Josiah Bounderby, a man 30 years her senior. The story also concerns the waywardness of Gradgrind's son, Tom.
149.
Cadfael (1995) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Adventures of a 12th-century crime-solving monk, based on the novels by Ellis Peters. In "The Leper of St. Giles," an old baron about to marry a much younger woman for her estates, mysteriously disappears. In "Monk's Hood," a wealthy landowner, who is about to cut his stepson out of his will, is poi
150.
Death of the Self (1995) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Inspector Morse and Sergeant Lewis are sent to Italy to investigate the death of an Englishwoman attending an expensive psychotherapy course.
151.
Rumpole on Trial (1995) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Appearing before Mr. Justice Oliphant, an irritated Rumpole loses his temper, and following a mis-overheard conversation, he finds himself on trial for contempt of court.
152.
Buccaneers, The (1995) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
A multi-part adaptation of an unfinished novel by Edith Wharton. A group of spirited American girls launch themselves into the aristocratic English social world in the 1870s after they are ostracized by New York society because of their "new money" background.
153.
Cinder Path, The (1995) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
Three-part drama based on the novel by Dame Catherine Cookson. A man tries to overcome the taunts and abuse he received as a child from his father by displaying his inner strength and character during World War I and by eventually finding true love.
154.
Inspector Alleyn Mysteries, The (1995) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
In "Death in a White Tie," when a society matron reports that she is being blackmailed, Inspector Alleyn, puts his good friend, Lord Gospell on the trail. But before he can report back to Alleyn, Gospell is murdered in the back seat of a taxi, setting the detective on a no-turning-back course of act
155.
Rumpole and the Eternal Triangle (1995) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Rumpole becomes infatuated with a beautiful violinist whose husband is accused of murdering the cellist in their musical trio. Meanwhile, in Chambers, Claude Erskine-Brown is accused by a new secretary of sexual harassment.
156.
Sharpe II (1995) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
Further adventures of the maverick British rifleman Richard Sharpe; based on the novels of Bernard Cromwell. In the first of three episodes, "Sharpe's Company," Sharpe has been promoted to the rank of captain and must rescue his new-found family from a siege of the French-held fortress of Badajoz. I
157.
Absolute Conviction (1995) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Morse and Lewis go behind bars to investigate the prison murder of one of three convicted entrepreneurs who stole millions of pounds from their investors.
158.
Rumpole and the Reform of Joby Jonson (1995) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
When vital evidence in the defense of a youth accused of attacking an old woman is stolen in a burglary at Rumpole's home, Hilda puts herself on the case to catch the thief. Meanwhile, in Chambers, the typist causes a stir by wearing a diamond stud in her nose; while Phyllida Erskine-Brown uses her
159.
Prime Suspect 3 (1994) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Four-part presentation of "Mystery!" London Detective Chief Inspector Jane Tennison is transferred to Soho's Vice Squad. In the course of cleaning up an underworld of runaway children and young male prostitutes, a charred body -- a possible murder victim -- is discovered.
160.
To Play the King (1994) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
A malevolent, manipulative politician plots the downfall of the British monarchy.
161.
Dandelion Dead (1994) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
Two-part drama based on one of the most celebrated murder trials in British legal history. A solicitor in a small town in the 1920s is in conflict on three fronts: at home, with his domineering and unstable wife; at work, with his ambitious business rival; and outdoors, with the dandelions that have
162.
Sherlock Holmes: The Last Vampyre (1994) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Sherlock Holmes investigates a mysterious man believed to be a vampire by superstitious villagers.
163.
Poirot VI (1994) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Further adventures of Agatha Christie's Belgian sleuth, Hercule Poirot. The four new cases are entitled: "The Chocolate Box," "The Underdog," "Yellow Iris" and "The Case of the Missing Will." "The Chocolate Box" deals with a Belgian government minister who dies after eating a chocolate from a gift
164.
Inspector Morse, Series VII: Happy Families (1994) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Further exploits of crime-solving Oxford Police Inspector Morse. More concerned with their own problems and the future of their business, the family of a wealthy British industrialist surprisingly shows no grief when he's found brutally murdered.
165.
Sherlock Holmes: The Eligible Bachelor (1994) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson investigate the disappearance of an American heiress on the day of her wedding to an British lord.
166.
Unnatural Causes (1994) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Two-part police detective mystery featuring the P.D. James character, Inspector Dalgliesh, who investigates the puzzling murder of a crime writer and falls in love with a publishing executive.
167.
Blue Boy, The (1994) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
Set in Scotland and based on a local legend of a young woman haunted by the vision of a child who died 100 years earlier.
168.
Inspector Morse, Series VII: Dead on Time (1994) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Two-part episode in the "Inspector Morse" series in which Police Inspector Morse is haunted by his past when he investigates the apparent suicide of a terminally ill Oxford don. The man's widow is the same woman who broke her engagement to him 20 years before.
169.
Inspector Morse, Series VII: Who Killed Harry Field? (1994) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Two-part episode in the crime-solving exploits of Oxford Police Inspector Morse. A hack painter who steals ideas and brush techniques from famous artists is mysteriously killed.
170.
Inspector Morse, Series VII: Greeks Bearing Gifts (1994) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Two-part episode in the crime-solving exploits of Oxford Police Inspector Morse. When Morse gets little help from Oxford's tightly-knit Greek community during the investigation of a Greek chef's murder and the disappearance of a baby, the Police Inspector discovers a link between the University's cl
171.
Jeeves & Wooster IV (1994) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
Further exploits of Jeeves and Wooster, the unflappable butler and his well-meaning but scatter-brained master, based on characters created by P.G. Wodehouse.
172.
Rector's Wife, The (1994) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
Three-part dramatization of the novel by Joanna Trollope. A clergyman's wife shocks the church establishment and infuriates her husband by taking a job in a supermarket. She attracts the passionate interest of three very different men: a newly-appointed archdeacon; his younger brother, a philosopher
173.
Body and Soul (1994) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
A young nun is torn between her religious vows and the world around her. When her brother dies, she is given permission to leave the convent to help her family and their faltering business.
174.
Prime Suspect 2 (1993) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
A four-part sequel to the presentation of "Mystery" that aired in January 1992. Revolves around DCI Jane Tennison and the personal and professional obstacles she faces at home and amongst an all-male homicide squad. The sequel centers on Tennison's investigation of a six-year-old corpse of a young w
175.
Promised Land (1993) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Inspector Morse and Sergeant Lewis travel to Australia on the trail of an informer.
176.
Selected Exits (1993) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
Dramatization of the memoirs of Gwyn Thomas, Welsh author, raconteur and British TV personality. Traces his life from his impoverished rural childhood through his success as a novelist and playwright to his eventual role as a renowned personality in the new medium of television.
177.
Sharpe (1993) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
A drama about a rifleman in the British army who is promoted from the ranks for bravery during the campaign against Napoleon's forces in 19th century Spain.
178.
Hedda Gabler (1993) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
A broadcast of Henrik Ibsen's play, "Hedda Gabler." An emotionally cold woman tries to find her way in a male-dominated society.
179.
Calling the Shots (1993) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
A three-part program for PBS's "Masterpiece Theatre." A television correspondent falls prey to an anonymous enemy intent on torturing her with threatening phone calls and other means of torment.
180.
Sherlock Holmes: The Master Blackmailer (1993) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Two-part adaptation of a Sherlock Holmes story by Conan Doyle in which the master detective devises a plan to thwart the activities of a man who buys purloined letters from servants and uses them to blackmail helpless victims.
181.
Jeeves and Wooster, Series III (1993) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
A four-part program about the further exploits of Jeeves and Wooster, the unflappable butler and his well-meaning but scatter-brained master, based on characters created by P.G. Wodehouse. Bertie Wooster attempts to fight off the threat of his terrifying Aunt Agatha while trying to escape from numer
182.
Black Velvet Gown, The (1993) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
A drama about a 19th-century English working-class mother and daughter whose fight against the prejudices of their age leads to tragedy.
183.
Countess Alice, The (1993) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
An 80-year-old Englishwoman who married a German Count in 1935 and spent World War II in Germany, now lives in genteel poverty in a London mansion-block flat with her middle-aged daughter.
184.
Blackheath Poisonings, The (1993) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
A three-part drama dealing with a series of poisonings of members of a wealthy British toy manufacturer's family.
185.
Fat Chance (1993) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
During the investigation of the suspicious death of a divinity student, Inspector Morse meets a woman who runs a hostel for troubled women.
186.
Second Time Around (1993) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Inspector Morse's investigation of the killing of a former colleague reminds him of the unsolved murder of a woman 18 years before.
187.
2 Monologues: In My Defence/Chip in the Sugar, A (1992) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
Two dramatic monologues: "In My Defence" presents the true story of a young woman's attempt to kill her terminally-ill mother; "A Chip in the Sugar" is about a middle-aged, slightly balmy man, unmarried and still tied to his mother's apron strings.
188.
Question of Attribution, A (1992) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
A dramatization of the true story of Sir Anthony Blunt, curator of Queen Elizabeth II's art collection until he confessed in 1964 to being a Soviet spy.
189.
Secret Agent, The (1992) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
An adaptation of Joseph Conrad's novel about a European anarchist tricked into committing a terrorist act.
190.
Driven to Distraction (1992) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
A two-part "Mystery!" presentation which continues the adventures of Inspector Morse of the Oxford, England, police. Morse is convinced that a car dealer is the link between the fatal stabbings of two young women.
191.
Clarissa (1992) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
A three-part drama for "Masterpiece Theatre." Set in 18th century and based on the novel by Samuel Richardson, a virtuous heiress runs away from her nasty family and goes into a fatal decline when she is raped by the handsome libertine who helped her escape.
192.
Million Dollar Bond Mystery, The (1992) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
The third television series for PBS about Agatha Christie's fictional detective, Hercule Poirot. In this episode, Poirot accompanies a shipment of Liberty Bonds to New York on the "Queen Mary."
193.
Double Clue, The (1992) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
The third television series for PBS about Agatha Christie's fictional detective, Hercule Poirot. In this episode, Poirot investigates a series of jewelry thefts.
194.
Doll's House, A (1992) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
A production of Henrik Ibsen's play "A Doll's House." Set in the 19th century, a young woman breaks away from her submissive marriage to find her own identity.
195.
Masonic Mysteries (1992) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
A two-part "Mystery!" presentation. Continues the adventures of Inspector Morse of the Oxford, England, police. At a rehearsal for "The Magic Flute," Morse is found backstage holding a knife over a dead body and is arrested on suspicion of murder.
196.
Case-book of Sherlock Holmes: The Disappearance of Lady Frances Carfax, The (1992) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Sherlock Holmes, the British detective, travels to England's Lake District to protect a woman from a mysterious horseman who watches her.
197.
Memento Mori (1992) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
An adaptation of Muriel Sparks' black comedy about a group of elderly friends whose lives are disrupted when they begin getting mysterious phone calls warning them, "Remember, you must die."
198.
Tragedy at Marsdon Manor, The (1992) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
The third television series for PBS about Agatha Christie's fictional detective, Hercule Poirot. In this episode, Poirot investigates a murder in a Norfolk village where ghost stories abound.
199.
Plymouth Express, The (1992) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
The third television series for PBS about Agatha Christie's fictional detective, Hercule Poirot. In this episode, Poirot investigates potential suitors for the daughter of an Australian shipping magnate. The affair turns into a more serious matter when she decides to take a trip on the Plymouth Expr
200.
How Does Your Garden Grow? (1992) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
The third television series for PBS about Agatha Christie's fictional detective, Hercule Poirot. In this episode, Poirot investigates the mysterious sudden death of an elderly woman he meets at a flower show.
201.
Jeeves and Wooster, Series II (1992) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
A four-part comedy based on the works of P.G. Wodehouse about Jeeves, the quintessential butler who masterfully guides his scrape-prone employer through a series of adventures and misadventures.
202.
Sins of the Fathers, The (1992) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Continues the adventures of Inspector Morse of the Oxford, England, police. Morse must solve the murder of the director of a family-owned brewery.
203.
Adventure of the Western Star, The (1992) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
The third television series for PBS about Agatha Christie's fictional detective, Hercule Poirot. In this episode, Poirot must solve a mystery related to the famous diamonds of two rival socialites.
204.
Artists in Crime (1992) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
When police detective Roderick Alleyn is called in to investigate an apparent suicide among a group of artists, he's attracted to a sculptor but she soon becomes a murder suspect.
205.
Portrait of a Marriage (1992) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
A three-part drama for "Masterpiece Theatre" based on Nigel Nicolson's account of the relationship between his parents -- diplomat Sir Harold Nicolson and writer/horticulturist Vita Sackville-West. Part of the story is of his mother's long liaison with Violet Trefusis.
206.
Best of Friends, The (1992) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
A true story of the long-lasting friendship among three renowned 20th Century intellectuals, Sir Sydney Cockerell, Dame Laurentia MacLachlan and George Bernard Shaw, as told through their letters.
207.
Kidnapped Prime Minister, The (1992) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
The third television series for PBS about Agatha Christie's fictional detective, Hercule Poirot. In this episode, Poirot is summoned to find the Prime Minister, who has been kidnapped prior to attending a disarmament conference.
208.
Wasps' Nest (1992) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
The third television series for PBS about Agatha Christie's fictional detective, Hercule Poirot. In this episode, Poirot finds himself in a situation where he must investigate a crime before it has happened. A dying man attempts to get revenge on his fiance and her former boyfriend when he suspects
209.
Titmuss Regained (1992) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
A three-part "Masterpiece Theatre" sequel to "Paradise Postponed." An underhanded, Conservative party Cabinet minister falls in love and faces the test of his political wiliness in his own backyard.
210.
Perfect Hero, A (1992) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
A four-part presentation of "Masterpiece Theatre." A handsome British fighter pilot is left disfigured when his plane is shot down during World War II.
211.
Summer's Lease (1991) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
A four-part presentation of "Masterpiece Theatre" about an English family which rents a house in Tuscany, where Molly, mother of the family, discovers more about her absentee landlord than is good for her.
212.
Secret of Bay 5B, The (1991) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Continues the stories of unconventional police detective, Inspector Morse of Oxford, England. Morse gets away from Oxford to solve the baffling murder of a man strangled in a Westgate garage.
213.
Man From the Pru, The (1991) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
A mystery-drama based on a still-unsolved 1931 murder. A collection agent for England's Prudential Assurance Society is accused of his wife's bludgeon murder, found guilty and sentenced to hang, then acquitted on appeal.
214.
Mysterious Affair at Styles, The (1991) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
A dramatization of the novel introducing Agatha Christie's fictional detective, Hercule Poirot. When a member of the wealthy Cavendish family mysteriously dies, Poirot, a Belgian refugee, is asked to investigate.
215.
Deceived By Flight (1991) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
A two-part presentation of "Mystery!" Continues the adventures of Inspector Morse of the Oxford, England, police. Sergeant Lewis goes undercover and joins a cricket team to probe a team-member's death.
216.
Dark Angel, The (1991) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
The story depicts a confrontation between innocence and evil in Victorian England. A man schemes to rob his young niece's immense fortune.
217.
Backstage at Masterpiece Theatre: A 20th Anniversary Special (1991) as Executive Producer
A special commemorating the 20th anniversary of the PBS drama series "Masterpiece Theatre." Includes highlights from past performances and reminiscences by actors who appeared in the series.
218.
Infernal Serpent, The (1991) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
A two-part presentation of "Mystery!" Continues the adventures of Inspector Morse of the Oxford, England, police. Morse investigates the death of an eminent scientist who is attacked minutes before he is to deliver a controversial speech about the environment.
219.
Parnell and the Englishwoman (1991) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
A four-part dramatic series based on the life of the late 19th Century Irish nationalist Charles Parnell and his love affair with Kitty O'Shea.
220.
Sleepers (1991) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
Two Soviet agents, living in England and who were forgotton by the KGB for 25 years, are reluctant to return to the USSR when the spy agency discovers its error.
221.
Casebook of Sherlock Holmes, The (1991) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Five episodes in the further adventures of the British cerebral detective, Sherlock Holmes. He is summoned to assist in such cases as that of an Australian accused of killing his father, the infatuation of a beautiful young girl with a notorious Austrian murderer, and a governess charged with fatall
222.
Murder of Quality, A (1991) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
On leave from British intelligence, George Smiley is pressed into service to investigate a brutal murder at one of England's leading schools.
223.
Room of One's Own, A (1991) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
A one-woman adaptation of a play by Patrick Garland about British writer Virginia Woolf, starring Eileen Aitkins.
224.
House of Cards (1991) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
A four-part presentation of "Masterpiece Theatre." The new government in Great Britain after the resignation of Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher fights tooth and nail to govern with a slim majority in Parliament.
225.
Problem at Sea (1990) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Hercule Poirot is on a Mediterranean cruise, visiting Alexandria. On board is the obnoxious Mrs. Clapperton, a soon-to-be target for murder.
226.
Piece of Cake (1990) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
A six-part series chronicling the adventures of a Royal Air Force squadron during the first year of World War II.
227.
Flowers For the Judge (1990) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
A two-part "Mystery!" presentation for PBS. Features the 1930s unconventional detective Albert Campion, based on the novels by Margery Allingham. Campion and Lugg probe mysterious events at The Golden Quill, an old-fashioned, family-owned publishing company. Digging into company secrets Campion disc
228.
Rumpole and Portia (1990) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Phyllida Erskine-Brown wonders whether she really wants the responsibility her new position gives her -- sitting in judgment as her former mentor, Rumpole, defends an alleged arms dealer. At home, Hilda assesses her life with Rumpole when an old flame reminds her what might have been, while Rumpole
229.
Mystery Mile (1990) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Features the 1930s unconventional detective Albert Campion, based on the novels by Margery Allingham. Campion is called in to protect an American judge who flees to England with his family to escape a gang of sinster mobsters threatening his life.
230.
Mother Love (1990) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
A drama about a mother's obsessive love for her son -- a love so twisted it leads to revenge and finally murder.
231.
Triangle at Rhodes (1990) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Hercule Poirot is on holiday in Greece, and for a while it seems that there is little to do except enjoy the sun -- until, of course, a murder occurs.
232.
Scoop (1990) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
A presentation of "Masterpiece Theatre" based on Evelyn Waugh's satire about London's Fleet Street. In a mix-up of names, the "Daily Beast" sends its nerdy nature columnist, William Boot, off to cover a war that either is -- or is not -- being waged in Ishmaelia, an obscure African nation.
233.
Ghost in the Machine, The (1990) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
A two-part story about the continuing adventures of Oxfordshire police detective, Inspector Morse. Some valuable paintings of an erotic nature are stolen from the stately home of Sir Julius Hansbury, and then Sir Julius himself mysteriously disappears.
234.
Four and Twenty Blackbirds (1990) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Detective Hercule Poirot develops a sensitive bicuspid at a dinner with his dentist, and a mysterious fellow diner suffers a surprising change of diet.
235.
Dancers in Mourning (1990) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
A two-part presentation of "Mystery!" Features the 1930s unconventional detective Albert Campion, based on the novels by Margery Allingham. Campion and Lugg are recruited to investigate malicious practical jokes being played on a popular musical comedy star, who's rehearsing a new show with his trou
236.
Settling of the Sun, The (1990) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
A two-part program featuring the continuing adventures of the Oxfordshire police detective Inspector Morse. Inspector Morse is called in to investigate the murder of a Japanese student attending summer school at Oxford.
237.
Adventure of Johnnie Waverly, The (1990) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Hercule Poirot believes that a ransom note that includes a threat to kidnap a child should be taken seriously despite Captain Hastings' and Inspector Japp's disbelief.
238.
Real Charlotte, The (1990) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
A three-part presentation of "Masterpiece Theatre." Charlotte Mullen, a socially ambitious woman turns her small Irish village upside down by attempting to marry off her beautiful and flirtatious cousin to the local squire's son.
239.
Sweet Danger (1990) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Features the 1930s unconventional detective Albert Campion, based on the novels by Margery Allingham. Campion assumes one of his famous disguises and enters an obscure Balkan country where an evil baron wants to take over to gain its newly-discovered oil deposits.
240.
Heat of the Day, The (1990) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
A drama on "Masterpiece Theatre" about an attractive 40-year-old widow and the three men in her life -- her lover, who may be a traitor to his country, her son, and the fascinating but repellent stranger who tries to blackmail her.
241.
Third Floor Flat, The (1990) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Boisterous neighbors downstairs and strange nighttime noises in his elevator shaft lead Hercule Poirot to discover a murder on his own block.
242.
Ginger Tree, The (1990) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
A four-part drama telling the story of a married Scots woman who has an illegitimate son by a Japanese general. He takes the infant from her and has the baby given for adoption into a Japanese family. Spanning 30 years, the drama traces the mother's story set against the background of the growing mi
243.
King of Clubs, The (1990) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Hercule Poirot's interest in movie stars takes him to Parade Studios, where a complex case of deception arises and he has to decide when a murder is not a murder.
244.
Adventure of the Clapham Cook, The (1990) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Hercule Poirot outwits Inspector Japp when he spots the connection between a suburban London cook who disappears after a day's outing and a bank clerk who has absconded with 50,000 British pounds.
245.
Rumpole and the Quality of Life (1990) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
A famous artist dies under mysterious circumstances and his young wife is accused of his murder. Rumpole, on a strict diet to lose weight, suspects the artist may have committed suicide, feeling rather as he does himself, that the quality of his life had diminished to such a point that it was no lon
246.
Dream, The (1990) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Industrialist Benedict Farley consults Hercule Poirot about his suicidal dreams, but dismisses the Belgian detective's advice out of hand. Yet Poirot finds out that there is more to these dreams than anyone can imagine.
247.
Jeeves & Wooster (1990) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
A five-part comedy for "Masterpiece Theatre" based on the works of P.G. Wodehouse. Set in London and at stately British country homes during the 1920s and '30s, Jeeves, the quintessential butler, masterfully guides his scrape-prone employer through a series of adventures and misadventures.
248.
Murder in the Mews (1990) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Detective Hercule Poirot probes the apparent suicide of a young widow and discovers a highly unusual murder.
249.
Look to the Lady (1989) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
A two-part presentation airing as part of the "Campion" series for "Mystery!" Set in England in the '30s, the story features the unconventional detective Albert Campion, based on a series of novels by mystery writer Margery Allingham. Campion saves a priceless chalice from a gang of thugs as he conf
250.
Rumpole and the Tap End (1989) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
First in the fifth series of tales in the continuing saga of the Old Bailey's curmudgeonly barrister, Horace Rumpole. Rumpole defends Tony Timson, a man accused of trying to murder his wife in their shared bathtub. Justice Guthrie Featherstone, presiding, condones Tony's behavior and lands in troub
251.
Glory Enough For All (1989) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
A two-part presentation on "Masterpiece Theatre" depicting the efforts of Dr. Frederick Banting to discover insulin in the early 20th Century. The true story of Banting's discovery is told in counterpoint to that of Elizabeth Hughes, a young diabetes victim.
252.
Rumpole and the Barrow Boy (1989) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Rumpole defends a member of the Timson family charged with insider stock trading.
253.
Wreath of Roses, A (1989) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
A "Masterpiece Theatre" presentation about a love-starved spinster who is utterly taken in by a ne'er-do-well she meets as they witness a railroad tragedy.
254.
Case of the Late Pig, The (1989) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
A two-part program featuring the unconventional detective Albert Campion, based on a series of novels set in Britain in the '30s by mystery writer Margery Allingham. In this episode, Campion attends the funeral of an old school chum named Pig Peters. Three months later, he is called to the scene of
255.
Agatha Christie's Miss Marple, Series IV (1989) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
The fourth series of stories from the case log of Agatha Christie's elderly, inquisitive sleuth, Miss Marple. "Murder at the Vicarage" -- Miss Marple finds clues pointing to six people who might have wanted to kill old Colonel Protheroe, with a series of false confessions creating an embarrassment
256.
And a Nightingale Sang (1989) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
257.
Christabel (1989) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
A four-part "Masterpiece Theatre" presentation of the autobiographical story based on Christabel Bielenburg's novel. An upper-class English woman marries a German lawyer in the years just prior to World War II. He becomes involved in a plot to assassinate Hitler.
258.
All Passion Spent (1989) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
A three-part "Masterpiece Theatre" presentation about a newly widowed 85-year-old who declares her independence from intrusive but well-meaning children and decides to live her own life in a new house.
259.
Yellow Wallpaper, The (1989) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
A drama for "Masterpiece Theatre" based on the autobiographical story of a 19th-century early feminist. A young married woman, who has just had her first baby, is taken to the country by her well-meaning husband. He wrongly thinks that her apparent vulnerability to bouts of depression and frustratio
260.
Death of a Ghost (1989) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
A two-part program broadcast as part of the "Campion" series on "Mystery!" Set in England in the '30s, the story features the unconventional detective Albert Campion, based on a series of novels by mystery writer Margery Allingham. Campion traps a suspect who murdered a man at an art show while Camp
261.
Tale of Two Cities, A (1989) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
A four-part adaptation of Charles Dickens' classic tale of epic love, set during the French Revolution. This presentation for "Masterpiece Theatre" coincides with the celebration of the 200th anniversary of the French Revolution.
262.
Rumpole and the Age of Miracles (1989) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Samuel Ballard, the Head of Chambers, has been appointed Chancellor of the Diocese of Lawnchester and is to sit in judgment at an ecclesiastical court. Claude Erskine-Brown is to prosecute. At home, Hilda introduces Rumpole to a distant nephew, the Reverend Timothy Donkin, Canon of Lawnchester, who
263.
Last Enemy, The (1989) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
A two-part story about the continuing adventures of Oxfordshire police detective Inspector Morse. The Inspector and his assistant Sergeant Lewis set out to discover the identity, and the murderer, of a mutilated body found near the bank of a canal in Oxford.
264.
Police at the Funeral (1989) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
A two-part program broadcast as part of the "Campion" series for "Mystery!" Set in England in the '30s, the story features the unconventional detective Albert Campion, based on a series of novels by mystery writer Margery Allingham. Caroline Faraday refuses to call in Scotland Yard when Uncle Andre
265.
Rumpole and the Bubble Reputation (1989) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Rumpole defends the editor of a sensationalist tabloid newspaper in a libel action brought by a popular romantic novelist. Unfortunately, the author's greatest fan is the presiding judge.
266.
Day After the Fair (1988) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
A two-part "Masterpiece Theatre" presentation adapted from Thomas Hardy's story, about a Victorian woman who tries to experience the romance she's missed in her life by helping her illiterate maid write love letters to a barrister.
267.
David Copperfield (1988) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
A "Masterpiece Theatre" five-hour dramatization of Dicken's novel which details David Copperfield's maturation from birth to manhood in a repressive Victorian society.
268.
Heaven on Earth (1988) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
A "Masterpiece Theatre" presentation drama based on a true story concerning orphaned children shipped from Wales to Canada to start news lives in the early 1900s.
269.
Cause Celebre (1988) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
An adaptation of Terence Rattigan's play, based on the real-life story of a woman whose passion for a younger man leads to one of the most sensational trials in British history when both are accused of murdering the woman's elderly husband.
270.
Goodbye Mr. Chips (1987) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
A three-part adaptation of James Hilton's novel about the dedicated career of a belove teacher at an English school. A presentation of "Masterpiece Theatre."
271.
Love Song (1987) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
A two-part adaptation of a short story by Jeffrey Archer about two students at Cambridge University, William and Philippa, whose fierce academic competition lays the perfect foundation for love and an equally competitive marriage. Broadcast as a segment of "Masterpiece Theatre."
272.
Northanger Abbey (1987) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
An adaptation of British novelist Jane Austen's "Northanger Abbey," a spoof on Gothic Romances.
273.
Bon Voyage (1987) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
On a trans-Pacific cruise, Lola Widmeyer, a successful American novelist in her late forties, reluctantly falls in love with an attractive British playboy thirteen years her junior. Various types -- including a titled British couple, a busybody, a pair of young honeymooners, and a middle-aged Americ
274.
Star Quality (1987) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
The first of five adaptations of short stories by Noel Coward presented under the umbrella title, "Noel Coward Short Stories." The first story, "Star Quality," is set in London and Manchester shortly after World War II and deals with a temperamental stage star and the director who seems to have a ta
275.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgehill (1987) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
The story of a middle-aged British couple who have failed to make a go of a plantation on Samola (one of His Majesty's islands in the south Pacfic) and who, on the eve of World War II, are about to return to England. But Mr. Edgehill is asked by the government to represent the British Empire on an i
276.
Secret Adversary, The (1987) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Adaptation of Agatha Christie's novel about Thomas and Prudence Beresford -- otherwise known as Tommy and Tuppence -- the "partners in crime." When Thomas Beresford is wounded in battle during World War I, Prudence Crowley nurses him back to health. Back in England, they decide to go into business t
277.
Death of the Heart, The (1987) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
An adaptation of Elizabeth Bowen's novel about adolescent love and betrayal. In London in the late 30's, orphaned Portia Quayne moves to the home of her cooly elegant relations. There she meets Eddie, a young philanderer, and falls in love.
278.
Me and the Girls (1987) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
A middle-aged homosexual man, dying in a Swiss hospital on the eve of World War II, recalls his life as the leader of a tacky all-girl song-and-dance troupe that toured seedy cabarets all over Europe. He also faces the painful and poignant memory of the only true love of his life.
279.
Mrs. Capper's Birthday (1987) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
Mrs. Hilda Capper is a cleaning woman and a war widow who realizes on her birthday how her life is better than that of her employers.
280.
Partners in Crime, Series II (1986) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
The second series of stories concerning an unconventional British couple, Tommy and Tuppence Beresford, who become sleuths to escape their boring lives as members of the snobbish clique of London's "beautiful people" of the '20s. Author Agatha Christie wrote each story in the style of rival mystery
281.
Agatha Christie's Miss Marple, Series II (1986) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
The second series of stories featuring Agatha Christie's diminutive elderly detective, Miss Jane Marple. In "A Pocketful of Rye," Miss Marple solves the murder of a prominent London financier who is found murdered in his office with a handful of rye in his pocket, with no member of his family or st
282.
Shroud For a Nightingale (1986) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
A five-part adaptation of the mystery novel by P.D. James. Chief Superintendent Adam Dalgliesh of Scotland Yard investigates some murders that take place in a hospital.
283.
Agatha Christie's Miss Marple, Series I (1986) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
The first series of stories adapted from mystery novels by Agatha Christie, featuring her renowned sleuth, Miss Jane Marple.
284.
Brat Farrar (1986) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
A three-part adaptation of Josephine Tey's psychological thriller. An illegitimate orphan returns to England and is persuaded to impersonate a man who is heir to a rich estate and who disappeared eight years earlier.
285.
Dedicated Man, A (1985) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
Two unmarried domestics fake marriage (including a fictional son) to qualify for a husband-and-wife job at a posh resort hotel.
286.
My Cousin Rachel (1985) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
Rachel is a beautiful, mysterious countess who may or may not have murdered her ailing English husband in Italy. She returns to England, where her late husband's cousin falls passionately in love with her, in spite of his suspicions of her guilt.
287.
On Approval (1983) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")
Two warring couples spend a month in the country living together before making a decision about marriage.

Misc. Crew (special)

288.
Midwife's Tale, A (1998) as Consulting Executive Producer
Dramatization of the Pulitzer Prize-winning book about Martha Ballard, a midwife and mother in the wilds of Maine during the decades following the American Revolution. Ballard, kept a 27-year diary, from which Laurel Thatcher Ulrich wrote her book. An extraordinary woman, Ballard struggled against p

Producer (TV Mini-Series)

289.
Coyote Waits (2003) as Executive Producer
A pair of Native American/Navajo tribal police try to draw a connection between a vandal painting odd symbols on a nearby mountainside, a professor's obsession with the final days of Butch Cassidy and a series of murders, including one of a local cop.
290.
Goodbye Mr. Chips (2003) as Executive Producer
291.
Thief of Time, A (2003) as Executive Producer
292.
Skinwalkers (2002) as Executive Producer ("Mystery!")
293.
Hound of the Baskervilles, The (2002) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
294.
Dead Gorgeous (2002) as Executive Producer (Wbgh)
295.
Railway Children, The (2000) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
296.
Mrs. Bradley Mysteries: Speedy Death, The (1998) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
297.
Very British Coup, A (1989) as Executive Producer ("Masterpiece Theatre")

Producer (TV Mini-Series)

298.
Doctor Zhivago (2003) as Executive Producer (Wgbh Boston)
299.
Prime Suspect 6: The Last Witness (2003) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
300.
Henry VIII (2003) as Executive Producer (Wgbh Boston)
301.
Forsyte Saga, The (2002) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
302.
Love in a Cold Climate (2001) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)
303.
Anna Karenina (2000) as Executive Producer (Wgbh) ("Exxonmobil Masterpiece Theatre")
304.
Gormenghast (2000) as Executive Producer (Wgbh/Boston)
305.
Joseph Conrad's "Nostromo" (1997) as Executive Producer (Wgbh)

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