Paparazzi photographer Peter Rooker is found beaten and shot dead in Soho, London.
Lynley and Havers investigate the mysterious death of Emily Proctor; Lynley resumes his relationship with his estranged wife.
A star witness is found shot dead on the tidal flats of the Essex marshes.
While Lynley is suspended, Havers works with inspector Fiona Knight to investigate a woman who drowned in her car.
Months after Jacko Argyle is convicted of murdering his adoptive mother, Rachel, Dr. Arthur Calgary proves Jacko had an alibi.
Guests gather at Bertram's Hotel for the will-reading of Sir Richard Blake, then two staff members are murdered.
Marple receives instructions to investigate a possible crime, but is not told what the crime is.
A guest is found murdered at a house party hosted by Marple's friend, Lady Tressilian.
The murder of a prominent scientist may have been due to a gambling debt.
Foyle investigates an explosion at a munitions factory, which he comes to believe may have been premeditated.
A biological experiment goes wrong, killing a woman and infecting Sam with a potentially fatal illness.
Christopher Foyle breaks with government orders to get to the truth behind the murder of a young woman whose body is found on a U.S. Army base.
A serial killer targets courting couples, as smog envelops London.
Charles Hewitt, an H-bomb scientist, is found choked to death on the banks of the Thames.
Lynley and Havers are called to Smithfields Market when a body is found inside a meat truck.
A body is found floating in the Thames; Havers goes to a singles' night hoping to find life outside of work.
Lynley investigates the death of a horse trainer, whose money troubles suggest he committed suicide.
Havers returns to work after being shot and is assigned to a case where a woman has been murdered with a shot gun.
Inspector Lewis and his younger colleague, Hathaway, investigate the death of an American college student.
Marple investigates the death of Captain Trevelyan and hopes to uncover an explanation for the bizarre message.
Detective Inspector Graves helps Marple investigate the cause of Mrs. Symmington's death.
Clues lead Marple to the Norfolk village of Farrell St. Edmund in the search for Ada and Mrs. Lancaster.
Marple teams up with Inspector Primer to investigate a traveling theatrical troupe after learning the woman in the vision was the homeowner's mother.
Jericho investigates the murder of a British athlete found dead in his honeymoon suite days before his rematch against the Russians.
Accusations of police incompetence result from the murder investigation of a young Jamaican. With Robert Lindsay.
A prostitute is found murdered in a reproduction of another Murder Room exhibit.
Adam Dalgliesh investigates a murder inside a private museum, which resembles its chilling exhibition.
A startling discovery is made after an unexploded bomb is found at a busy shipyard.
Foyle travels to Hastings to investigate the murder of a farmer and the crash landing of a German plane.
Doctors treating burned airmen fear their work is being sabotaged so they turn to Foyle for help.
Foyle gets caught up in a secret spy organization called the Special Operations Executive when he investigates the death of the Security Service chief's son.
During a murder inquiry, Lynley discovers that the deceased was once the lover of his wife, Helen.
Havers becomes suspicious when she learns an apparent suicide victim was planning to uncover an illegal adoption agency.
Lynley, unhappy about Havers' impending resignation, investigates a violinist accused of murdering his mother.
Lynley goes to Manchester to investigate what appears to be a ritual killing.
A family awakes to find the body of a woman dressed in evening wear in the library.
Miss Marple (Geraldine McEwan) searches for a murderer, even though there is no body, motive or identification of the victim.
Miss Marple (Geraldine McEwan) investigates a bizarre murder.
Miss Marple (Geraldine McEwan) scrutinizes suspects in the murder of a colonel.
Dr. Edmund Bickleigh finds his overbearing wife, Julia, intolerable compared to the seductive Madeleine.
Adam Dalgliesh (Martin Shaw) uncovers a series of suspects in the beating death of an archdeacon.
Inspector Lynley and Havers investigate a suspicious death linked to human trafficking.
Inspector Lynley and Havers investigate a brutal murder near his family's estate.
Inspector Lynley and Havers investigate the kidnapping of a love child.
Inspector Lynley (Nathaniel Parker) and Havers (Sharon Small) investigate the death of a cricket player.
A boy's disappearance leads Foyle and his team to a hotel catering to wartime guests.
A secretary falls to her death; Foyle and Milner learn about a scheme with the Nazis.
Foyle's son (Julian Ovenden) flies over Germany; Sam works under cover at a fuel depot.
Inspector Christopher Foyle (Michael Kitchen) investigates murder during World War II.
Inspector Lynley (Nathaniel Parker) and Sgt. Havers (Sharon Small) investigate the poisoning of a vicar.
Inspector Lynley (Nathaniel Parker) and Sgt. Havers (Sharon Small) investigate the death of a deaf jogger near Cambridge University.
In Scotland, Inspector Lynley (Nathaniel Parker) and Sgt. Havers (Sharon Small) investigate a suicide and the murder of a playwright.
Lynley's (Nathaniel Parker) school chum (John Sessions) asks him to investigate a student's disappearance from a boarding school.
Hetty (Patricia Routledge) dresses in Victorian clothes while investigating the disappearance of a schoolteacher from a living-history museum.
Hetty (Patricia Routledge) and Geoffrey (Dominic Monaghan) investigate a animal smuggling ring; Robert's (Derek Benfield) newspaper career.
Geoffrey (Dominic Monaghan) poses as Hetty's (Patricia Routledge) nephew and joins a gym to investigate a steroid scam; Robert (Derek Benfield) gets a job as a newspaper columnist.
Inspector Christmas (Peter Davison) helps Mrs. Bradley (Diana Rigg) investigate the ritual slaying of a young woman; George's (Neil Dudgeon) daughter could be the next victim.
Mrs. Bradley (Diana Rigg) investigates two poisonings at the estate of her friend Lady Isabel Marchmont (Phyllida Law); George (Neil Dudgeon) inquires about the details of his brother's death.
Mrs. Bradley (Diana Rigg) investigates a slaying at the circus where Casties the knife thrower (Francis Magee) and Archie the clown (Ken Collie) are implicated.
Mrs. Bradley (Diana Rigg) investigates a murder at her old school; George (Neil Dudgeon) poses nude for an art class.
Friends Antonia (Helen McCrory) and Rose (Fay Ripley) meet in London after World War II and conspire to dispose of each other's husband.
The hunt for a murderer reaches a dark climax; Lynley's turmoil threatens to compromise the investigation; Havers must face her own demons.
The investigation of a decapitation on a remote Yorkshire farm uncovers a disturbing family history.
Dr. Bell argues with a police adversary in a murder investigation.
A public unwrapping of an Egyptian mummy reveals a recent murder; bombing conspiracy.
Doyle has a startling meeting with his dead fiancée while on the trail of a serial killer.
Heather Grace's hallucinations of a masked man on a bicycle baffle Arthur Conan Doyle; Dr. Bell links murders to an incident in the Boer War.
Dexter begins to suspect Rachel is the child murderer; Ben's daughter is missing.
Rachel discusses Ben's true identity with retired police officer Dexter Alan; evidence points to Ben as the child murderer.
A blind gangster gives Tanner a tip about the murder victim, but then the detective's missing son turns up with him.
While Tanner investigates the killing of a black man, he encounters a blind man who has a sixth sense about the detective's vision.
Despite his failing vision, Tanner investigates the murder of a young man whose girlfriend is the prime suspect of the deed.
When the father of the murder victim's son blocks Tanner's attempts to question the boy, the detective follows a whim.
Tanner investigates an unsolved case of a murdered violinist, whose young son had been found next to her body.
Ailing Inspector Morse helps Sgt. Lewis with the complex clues of a murder investigation.
A documentary chronicles the creation of the television drama 'Inspector Morse.'
A charred body found at a nursery school brings Detective Creegan closer to identifying the serial killer.
Detective Creegan investigates a killer who burns victims alive; convict in France gives Susan Taylor insight to fire as a weapon.
Creegan and Taylor deduce that a killer's intended victims are not the women murdered, but the men they leave behind.
Detective Dave Creegan (Robson Green) tries to clear a killer he helped to convict.
An old woman refuses to leave her condemned apartment.
Hetty Wainthropp investigates a suspicious drowning.
Hetty Wainthropp searches for the secret map of a miner killed in a cave-in.
Two thugs bring a valuable antique timepiece to a clock repairman.
A German pensioner hires Hetty Wainthropp to find his sister and nephew.
During a hospital stay Hetty Wainthropp uncovers a robbery ring run by nurses.
Alice Maybell marries the heir to a local estate and finds herself amid secrets of the past and evil ambitions of the present.
Hetty trails a bankrupt furniture-store owner.
Hetty's nephew gets expelled from school because of drug possession.
Mrs. Wainthropp examines two women's involvement in an automobile accident.
Criminals are targeting local restaurants, and Hetty looks into the case.
Mrs. Wainthropp studies a photographer who stalks a military family's daughter.
Hetty wonders why victims of a teenage pyromaniac refuse to testify against him.
While trying to strengthen their personal relationship, a prosecutor and a policeman investigate a murder from opposing sides.
A woman wins Creegan's heart, and a child captures Taylor's as the agents track a ring of pedophiles.
The detectives (Robson Green, Nicola Walker) deal with pedophiles and a man seeking retribution for his daughter's death.
A catatonic victim helps the OSC catch a man who murders associates to free them from terrible memories.
The OSC tracks a ritual killer who murders associates to free them from terrible memories.
A murder/scalping spree continues with the alleged perpetrator behind bars.
Detectives Dave Creegan (Robson Green) and Susan Taylor (Nicola Walker) track a fetishist who notifies a tabloid reporter before killing and scalping young women.
An amateur sleuth (Diana Rigg) and her chauffeur (Neil Dudgeon) help police solve the murder of her goddaughter's fiance.
Cordelia (Helen Baxendale) suspects Superintendent Fergusson (Struan Rodger) may be a killer.
Cordelia hastily takes on what seems to be a simple case; Cordelia finds a body in her client's flat.
A young officer helps a detective investigate the murder of a college student.
Hetty (Patricia Routledge) goes under cover in a shelter for abused women.
Hetty (Patricia Routledge) investigates the questionable past of an engaged photographer.
Hetty (Patricia Routledge) suspects a medium is bilking the recently widowed out of their savings.
Villagers think a reclusive woman sends poison-pen letters.
Dalgliesh (Roy Marsden) investigates the grisly stabbing of a defense attorney.
Morse (John Thaw) investigates the nearly 150-year-old murder of a young woman.
After being exonerated for murder, Van der Vuurst (Joss Ackland) is found burned to death in his bed.
Tyburn (Trevor Eve) arrests a newspaper tycoon (Joss Ackland) for the murder of a young employee.
Tyburn (Trevor Eve) investigates the death of a young girl and the abduction of another from a mission.
The body of an unidentified woman leads Cadfael (Derek Jacobi) to a troubled family.
Cadfael (Derek Jacobi) sees two sets of sibling pilgrims as murder suspects.
Cadfael (Derek Jacobi) tries to catch someone who is stealing relics and precious gems.
Palmer continues to elude suspicion until the stepfather of a dead man demands an autopsy.
A brilliant doctor (Keith Allen) uses poison to settle scores and stave off debt.
Mutilated bodies mirror those of a 15-year-old case.
A deadly fantasy game leads to a series of brutal attacks on horses.
Creegan sets a seductive trap for the killer, only to find himself ensnared.
Three patients in critical condition die in the same hospital by the same drug.
Detective Dave Creegan (Robson Green) arrests a scientist for the kidnapping of three children.
After a murder and arrest, Cordelia (Helen Baxendale) learns startling revelations about the Hampson clan.
Cordelia Gray (Helen Baxendale) inherits a detective agency and investigates a college student's alleged suicide.
Investigating the murder of an Oxford don, Morse and Lewis must question two women's protective relationship.
Morse and Lewis learn the two deaths are connected to a bitter competition at nearby Lonsdale College.
An inspector (Corin Redgrave) thinks a corpse found in an abandoned ice house is the missing husband of an estate owner (Penny Downie).
The bones of a Welsh saint spark a feud between a landowner and a prior.
Cadfael (Derek Jacobi) seeks the killer of a love-struck monk.
Cadfael (Derek Jacobi) investigates the death of a priest and a pregnant woman.
An author (Caroline Goodall) believes a murderer (Pauline Quirke) is innocent.
An author (Caroline Goodall) believes a murderer (Pauline Quirke) is innocent.
An undercover detective (Colin Salmon) falls for the wife (Amanda Donohoe) of a vicious mob boss.
Hetty (Patricia Routledge) searches for a runaway and an arsonist.
Hetty (Patricia Routledge) investigates the suicide of her husband's uncle.
Hetty (Patricia Routledge) deals with a missing birdwatcher (David Bower) and a dead woman.
A housewife (Patricia Routledge) stumbles upon a murder and opens a detective agency.
Harry Barnett (John Thaw) tries to find a missing Englishwoman (Abigail Cruttenden).
Cadfael (Derek Jacobi) investigates the death of merchants at a local fair.
Cadfael (Derek Jacobi) tries to clear a novice (Christien Anholt) who confessed to murder.
Cadfael (Derek Jacobi) tries to clear a brother (Mark Charnock) accused of murdering a nun.
Morse (John Thaw) suspects a surgeon's (Richard Owens) death may be revenge for a bungled operation. With Brian Cox.
A murder suspect dies in a prison fight before his trial. With John Thaw, Kevin Whately.
Dalgliesh (Roy Marsden) investigates hate mail and murder at poet Gabriel Dauntsey's publishing house.
Poirot and Japp attempt to sift the truth from the Lee family's conflicting stories.
Poirot believes a dog can help solve the murder of a friend's aunt.
Oliver and Diane (Alan Bates, Sinéad Cusack) solve the puzzle at the end of their journey.
Oliver and Diane's visit to a mansion in Scotland uncovers dangerous clues.
Oliver (Alan Bates) and Diane (Sinéad Cusack) follow clues through England and Wales en route to the Orkney Islands.
Out-of-work religion professor Oliver (Alan Bates) and a policewoman (Sinéad Cusack) probe a murder.
Elly goes under cover to find the daughter of a country vicar; a husband suspects his wife of being unfaithful.
A woman asks Dee to investigate her husband's extramarital activities; Elly searches for a runaway teen.
A man hires Dee to keep an eye on his cheating wife; Elly's womanizing ex-husband persuades her to meet with him.
The owner of a health club hires Dee (Barbara Flynn) and Elly (Catherine Russell) to investigate the embezzlement of funds from the business.
A free-lance journalist is murdered while doing a story on a millionaire businessman.
Morse must track down a dangerous mental patient (Keith Allen) who escaped from a high-security hospital.
Holmes' brother Mycroft (Charles Gray) is recruited to recover the Mazarin Stone, a stolen 100-carat diamond.
Inspector Hopkins (Nigel Plane) calls on Holmes (Jeremy Brett) to help solve the murder of young Willoughby Smith.
Holmes (Jeremy Brett) investigates a strange lodger (Sophia Diaz) who is trying to escape the murderous leader of the Red Circle.
Thugs steal a manuscript of a biography finished shortly before the death of the man (Gary Cady).
A woman receives a package containing two human ears.
Holmes (Jeremy Brett) suspects foul play after a man (Richard Bonneville) collapses and dies of a strange fever.
Poirot investigates a series of murders whose only murder witness is a mouse.
Poirot stumbles upon a kidnapping; two bodies are discovered; a beautiful singer steals the murder weapon.
A suicidal man is saved by a stranger and recruited into a kidnapping plot.
Rumpole loses his temper before Justice Oliphant and is put on trial for contempt.
Hilda and Rumpole are invited to Sackbut Castle; a woman is found drowned in a lake.
An intruder steals Rumpole's (Leo McKern) defense evidence for a boy accused of beating an old lady.
Claude strikes a discordant note with the new secretary; a violinist seduces Rumpole (Leo McKern).
Rumpole (Leo McKern) defends a detective accused of falsifying a murder suspect's confession.
Rumpole (Leo McKern) defends a youth accused of worshiping the devil.
In the peaceful fishing village of Ottercombe, an eminent barrister (Kevin McNally) dies of cyanide meant for rats.
Chief Inspector Roderick Alleyn (Patrick Malahide) searches for a blackmailer among the debutantes and chaperons of London.
In Morse's (John Thaw) absence, Chief Inspector Holroyd is Lewis' (Kevin Whately) boss on the case of a missing student.
Morse (John Thaw) and Lewis (Kevin Whately) go behind bars to investigate the death of an entrepreneurial swindler (Tony Steedman).
Morse (John Thaw) investigates when a woman attending a psychotherapy course dies in a freak accident.
Called upon to bury 94 rebel soldiers executed on the king's orders, Cadfael (Derek Jacobi) finds one corpse too many.
Local people launch a witch-hunt after the town's goldsmith is robbed and left for dead.
A wealthy landowner is poisoned before he is able to change his will.
Baron Huon de Domville (Norman Eshley) rides off alone on the eve of his wedding to Iveta de Massard (Tara Fitzgerald).
Faith (Helena Bonham Carter) is evacuated from wartime London to live with her aunts Vera (Celia Imrie) and Eden (Sophie Ward) in rural Suffolk.
Poirot (David Suchet) gets a second chance in the investigation of a murder in a Buenos Aires restaurant.
Poirot (David Suchet) investigates the death of a businessman who hoped to sell a new compound to Hitler.
Poirot (David Suchet) investigates the murder of a Cambridge don opposed to the feminist movement.
Poirot (David Suchet) faces an unsolved murder case while visiting his former colleagues in Belgium.
A stripper is strangled after reporting to police a conversation she overheard about murder.
Maigret (Michael Gambon) listens to gossip when little evidence arises about a shooting.
Maigret's (Michael Gambon) friend witnesses his girlfriend's death by one of her lovers.
Maigret (Michael Gambon) investigates when an American woman's body is found in a locker in a hotel basement.
Maigret (Michael Gambon) unofficially investigates the disappearance of a top-secret political report.
A government official accuses Maigret (Michael Gambon) of seducing his niece.
Tennison struggles against her superiors to keep control of the investigation; a detective tells a secret.
A television reporter and videotape harbor clues about the chef's murder.
Morse travels to the Bohemian world to investigate the death of Harry Field, an artistic forger.
Sir John Balcombe's family reacts indifferently to his brutal murder.
A doctor presents evidence disputing a terminally ill man's apparent suicide.
Hettie Doran (Paris Jefferson) weds Lord St. Simon (Simon Williams) but disappears between the ceremony and the wedding breakfast.
A vicar asks Holmes (Jeremy Brett) to investigate a mysterious man (Roy Marsden) whose ancestor was believed to be a vampire.
In P.D. James' story, Adam Dalgliesh (Roy Marsden) investigates the suspicious death of crime-writer Maurice Seton.
While Poirot sleeps on the airplane, another passenger is killed by a poisonous dart.
Poirot (David Suchet) believes his dentist was murdered despite Inspector Japp's suicide theory.
Poirot (David Suchet) travels to London's Little Italy to investigate a count's (Sidney Kean) death.
The vacationing detective (David Suchet) investigates the robbery of an actress's (Sorcha Cusack) valuable set of pearls.
Poirot (David Suchet) investigates an art dealer's architect (Richard Lintern) for defraud; the dealer's wife fears death.
Detective Poirot (David Suchet) considers whether a curse caused an archaeologist's (Peter Reeves) fatal heart attack.
Inspector Alleyn (Patrick Malahide) investigates a murder game in which a man actually dies.
Inspector Alleyn's investigation leads to a number of suspects for Sir Derek O'Callaghan's murder.
Lady O'Callaghan requests Inspector Alleyn's help in solving her husband's murder.
Dame Ngaio Marsh's Inspector Alleyn (Patrick Malahide) hears news that veteran actor Sir Henry Ancred has been murdered.
Rumpole (Leo McKern) represents a man (Maurice Roeves) accused of murder who, because of secrets kept from his wife (Rowena Cooper), refuses to defend himself.
Rumpole's (Leo McKern) loyalty to the defense prevails after he agrees to prosecute a murder suspect.
Rumpole (Leo McKern) investigates alleged instances of infidelity and improper conduct.
Rumpole (Leo McKern) defends a restaurateur whose customer has found a live mouse in her meal.
Rumpole defends a striking shop steward accused of manslaughter.
A judge and a mystery writer speculate about a missing cruise passenger.
Blackmailer Milverton (Robert Hardy) threatens to destroy the debutante's wedding; Holmes (Jeremy Brett) enters the blackmailer's house in disguise.
Morse (John Thaw) is attracted to a deaconess (Zoe Wanamaker) whose charge was killed.
Morse (John Thaw) sees a tie between a former colleague's death and an unsolved murder 18 years earlier.
Morse (John Thaw) seeks a missing informer in Australia. With Kevin Whately.
Inspector Tennison (Helen Mirren) investigates murder in a black London neighborhood where police are hated; Oswalde's (Colin Salmon) actions bring disaster; Tennison pursues her suspect.
Poirot (David Suchet) and Hastings (Hugh Fraser) investigate a murder at a grouse shoot.
At the opera, a peeress confesses fears about a friend's safety to Poirot (David Suchet).
A threat to the nation's security rouses Poirot (David Suchet) from his solitary Christmas.
A costume fragment helps Poirot (David Suchet) identify a viscount's killer at a ball.
Poirot (David Suchet) receives clues from a killer working in alphabetical sequence. With Hugh Fraser.
Probing a suspected jewel thief's death, Maigret (Michael Gambon) finds a web of relationships; with Cheryl Campbell, Ann Todd.
A schoolteacher who fears he will be accused of murder comes to Maigret (Michael Gambon) for help.
A thief's wife comes to Maigret (Michael Gambon) when her husband discovers a body.
A note announcing a forthcoming crime draws Maigret (Michael Gambon) back to his hometown.
An elderly woman who comes to Maigret (Michael Gambon) for help is later found dead.
Inspector Maigret (Michael Gambon) stalks a serial killer in Montmartre; with Leonie Mellinger, Richard Willis.
A lady (Cheryl Campbell) haunted by a horseman suddenly vanishes. With Jeremy Brett, Edward Hardwicke.
Morse investigates when one of the board members of a family-owned brewery dies under suspicious circumstances.
Morse (John Thaw) suspects a car dealer may be linked to the stabbing deaths of two women.
Morse (John Thaw) claims a setup when he is arrested and charged with the murder of two men.
Hastings' (Hugh Fraser) hobby helps Poirot (David Suchet) solve a case. With Martin Turner, Melanie Jessop.
While investigating jewel theft, Poirot (David Suchet) falls for a lovely countess. With Kika Markham, David Lyon.
Seasickness may thwart Poirot's (David Suchet) efforts in a challenging case. With David Quilter.
A rural murder seems to have supernatural elements. With David Suchet, Ian McCulloch, Geraldine Alexander.
A wealthy man's daughter brings jewels on a train journey. With David Suchet, John Stone, Shelagh McLeod.
A tainted packet of seeds tries Poirot's (David Suchet) deductive powers at the Chelsea Flower show. With Anne Stallybrass.
Two wealthy women receive threatening letters. With David Suchet, Caroline Goodall, Oliver Cotton.
Poirot (David Suchet) learns England's political situation is shaky. With David Horovitch, Lisa Harrow.
Inspector Jane Tennison (Helen Mirren) contends with sexual discrimination and sabotage while heading a homicide investigation. With John Bowe, Tom Bell.
Inspector Alleyn (Simon Williams) seeks the killer among a group of artists and models. With Belinda Lang.
Holmes (Jeremy Brett) investigates the disappearance of a gambler's creditor.
Holmes (Jeremy Brett) tries to clear a man of his father's murder.
A man (Daniel Massey) asks Holmes (Jeremy Brett) to clear his governess of murder.
A prowler frightens a scientist's daughter; with Jeremy Brett, Edward Hardwicke.
Holmes (Jeremy Brett) tries to prevent a marriage; with Edward Hardwicke.
A computer virus hits the power station; Jonathan (Jamie Newall) questions Caroline's mother; the Whistler takes drastic action; Dalgliesh (Roy Marsden) tries to rescue someone from an inferno.
Morse (John Thaw) believes a love triangle resulted in a strangled man in a parking garage. With Kevin Whately, Mel Martin.
Morse (John Thaw) investigates his college chum's death at an annual cricket match. With Kevin Whately.
Morse (John Thaw) investigates a scientist's death in 'The Infernal Serpent.' With Kevin Whately.
In 'The Man From the Pru,' evidence surfaces in 1981 for an unsolved 1931 murder in Liverpool, England. With Jonathan Pryce, Anna Massey, Susannah York, Gary Mavers.
Sidonie (Miranda Richardson) asks a detective (Frederic Forrest) to find her children in 'Die Kinder.'
A naive heiress (Beatie Edney) in Victorian England falls prey to a malevolent uncle (Peter O'Toole) and governess (Jane Lapotaire). Adapted from Sheridan le Fanu's gothic thriller 'Uncle Silas.' With Tim Woodward, Alan MacNaughtan.
Hastings (Hugh Fraser) asks Poirot's (David Suchet) help in solving Mrs. Inglethorpe's mysterious death.
Poirot (David Suchet) helps Japp (Philip Jackson) find stolen plans for a U.S. submarine.
Vacationing Poirot (David Suchet) helps Hastings (Hugh Fraser) learn who stole antiques from a charming acquaintance.
Poirot (David Suchet) bets Japp (Philip Jackson) he can solve a mystery without leaving home.
Mum's the word when Poirot (David Suchet) questions close-knit villagers about an impending murder.
Poirot's (David Suchet) investigation of a man's disappearance takes him to London's Chinatown.
Inspector Japp (Philip Jackson) investigates a robbery; a veiled woman meets Poirot (David Suchet). With Pauline Moran.
While vacationing with Hastings (Hugh Fraser), Poirot (David Suchet) learns of a suspicious death.
A killer prepares to strike again as Campion (Peter Davison) gets closer to solving the case.
Linda (Pippa Guard) persuades Campion (Peter Davison) to clear her husband's name.
Campion (Peter Davison) hides a judge (Brian Greene) and his family from a gang bent on murder. With Brian Glover.
Albert Campion (Peter Davison) races to find documents proving a family's title to valuable land before an unscrupulous commerce baron finds them. With Lysette Anthony, Iain Cuthbertson.
George (James Grout) is arrested; Alex (David McCallum) remarries. When Kit (James Wilby) lapses into a post-operative coma, Helena (Diana Rigg) moves in with Angela (Fiona Gillies) and plots revenge.
Morse (John Thaw) investigates the connection between a death and an academician's dishonesty.
Morse (John Thaw) investigates Hanbury's alleged suicide, Georgina's drugging and Lady Hanbury's deceit.
A professor (Anna Calder-Marshall) tells Morse (John Thaw) that Lee was a suspected drug dealer.
A government official consults Adam Dalgliesh (Roy Marsden) about threatening letters. With Wendy Hiller.
Poirot (David Suchet) investigates the theft of plans for a new British fighter plane.
Poirot (David Suchet) investigates when a wealthy man's recurring dreams of suicide become reality. With Philip Jackson.
A prince (Jack Klaff) tells Poirot (David Suchet) about a hindrance to his marriage to an actress (Niamh Cusack).
Vacationing Poirot (David Suchet) investigates the stabbing of an obnoxious cruise passenger (Sheila Allen).
Poirot (David Suchet) investigates when an intimate friendship between married acquaintances leads to murder.
Odd noises and boisterous neighbors lead Hercule Poirot (David Suchet) to a murder in his building.
An autopsy helps Hercule Poirot (David Suchet) decide a man did not die of natural causes.
A squire (Geoffrey Bateman) seeks Poirot's (David Suchet) help against threats to kidnap his son.
Hercule Poirot (David Suchet) investigates a suspicious Guy Fawkes Day suicide. With Philip Jackson.
Hercule Poirot (David Suchet) investigates a cook's disappearance. With Freda Dowie, Philip Jackson.
Dieting Rumpole's (Leo McKern) misery lends him insight on the case of a woman accused of murdering her spouse.
Phyllida's (Patricia Hodge) new position overwhelms her; an old flame reminds Hilda (Marion Mathe) of what might have been.
Hilda's clergyman nephew (Martin Jarvis) asks Rumpole (Leo McKern) to defend him on an adultery charge.
A broker (Douglas Hodge) is suspected of insider trading; Hilda (Marion Mathie) embarrasses Rumpole (Leo McKern).
Rumpole (Leo McKern) defends a newspaper editor accused of libel. With Jennifer Daniel.
Rumpole (Leo McKern) defends a Timson (Philip Davis), accused of trying to drown his wife; Hilda wants to be a lawyer.
Campion (Peter Davison) guards an ancient chalice; Diana dies shortly after a witch curses her.
Campion (Peter Davison) investigates the murder of a fellow party guest; he senses trouble behind the steady sale of a deceased painter's works; a dinner engagement turns deadly.
Campion (Peter Davison) questions a missing man's relatives. With Mary Morris, Timothy West.
Anonymous letters arrive for Campion (Peter Davison); Hayhoe refuses to divulge vital information.
British spy Bernard Samson (Ian Holm) is trapped when authorities send him to Poland to learn of Russian troop movement.
Believing Elspeth witnessed murder on the '4:50 From Paddington,' Miss Marple (Joan Hickson) looks for a corpse, a killer and a motive.
The widow and her lover confess to the murder of Col. Protheroe (Robert Lang), complicating Miss Marple's (Joan Hickson) investigation.
Morse (John Thaw) traces the red car connected with Sylvia's murder to a professor's wife.
Morse (John Thaw) investigates the disappearance of wealthy builder George Craven's daughter.
Morse (John Thaw) searches for Mr. Poindexter and investigates the death of curator Thomas Kemp.
Holmes (Jeremy Brett) investigates an ancient family curse of a spectral hound from hell. With Edward Hardwicke, James Faulkner, Kristoffer Tabori.
A murder investigation leads Holmes (Jeremy Brett) and Watson (Edward Hardwicke) on a wild goose chase.
Holmes (Jeremy Brett) investigates a death and the disappearance of government documents.
Holmes (Jeremy Brett) investigates when a prize race horse disappears and its trainer dies unnaturally.
Holmes (Jeremy Brett) investigates the mystery of a dead woman and her babbling brothers.
Holmes (Jeremy Brett) and Watson (Edward Hardwicke) search for an unsavory duo.
Songwriter Alma Rattenbury's (Helen Mirren) young lover (David Morrissey) testifies that he murdered her elderly husband while on cocaine.
Maggie worries the police will discover Victor Holroyd changed his will in her favor shortly before his death.
Rumpole (Leo McKern) defends another Timson family crook; Hearthstoke (Nicholas Gecks) tries to replace Rumpole.
A young barrister plans to modernize; Rumpole (Leo McKern) tries a massage-parlor case before a reluctant judge.
Rumpole (Leo McKern) suspects underhandedness in the huge number of biscuits reportedly eaten by the Civil Service.
Rumpole's (Leo McKern) home life and time in court turn rocky when he defends another member of the Timson family.
Trooper Danny Boyne stands trial in Germany for the murder of his sergeant, a widely disliked bully. With Leo McKern.
A man's wife (Victoria Wicks) and business partner (Robin Sachs) are suspects in his death. With Leo McKern.
Morse is called to investigate when a church warden is found stabbed to death.
Morse suspects Monica Height and her lover are responsible for Nicholas' death.
Morse's love interest, Anne Stavely, is found pregnant and dead, apparently of suicide.
A shady race-car driver and the disappearance of Canon Pennyfather seem connected to Gorman's murder.
Miss Marple tries to reconcile Gwenda's memories with events, using Dr. Kennedy's letters from Helen.
Miss Marple (Joan Hickson) discovers long-hidden secrets while staying with the Bradbury-Scott sisters.
Harriet learns at a reunion that obscene drawings and poison-pen letters plague her alma mater.
Mystery writer Harriet Vane (Harriet Walter) stumbles upon a corpse in the West Country.
Wimsey (Edward Petherbridge) has just 30 days to save Harriet (Harriet Walter) from hanging.
The Maxie household is questioned about Miss Jupp's secretive life, sparking an old feud between Stephen and Feliz.
The meaningless destruction of six busts of Napoleon intrigues Holmes (Jeremy Brett).
Holmes connects a missing teacher and a past mystery when a duke's son is kidnapped.
A businessman disappears after his wife catches sight of him in an opium den.
A bloodstain provides Holmes with a clue in the theft of a vital government document.
Holmes sees a connection between an old ritual and a maid and butler's disappearance.
Sir Eustace Brackenstall's wife tells Holmes she saw a gang murder her savage husband.
Watson finds Holmes still alive three years after his reported death at Moriarty's hands.
Tommy Beresford (James Warwick) and Prudence Cowley (Francesca Annis) start a detective agency.
Several shots are fired at Letitia Blacklock, but one witness is dead.
Inspector Neele investigates the death of a man with a handful of rye in his pocket.
Simon schemes to discredit his mysterious twin brother (Mark Greenstreet), as the Ashbys welcome him to their estate.
The investigation exposes the private lives of the staff and stretches nerves to the breaking point.
Tommy and Tuppence track down a gang of forgers operating in high-society.
Young and wealthy Monty Jones asks the Beresfords to help him win a bet and a bride.
The only clue to the disappearance of an Arctic explorer's fiancee leads to a sinister clinic.
A beautiful actress sends a note asking Tommy to meet her at a site haunted by a policeman's ghost.
Tommy and Tuppence Beresford investigate a curious incident concerning the American ambassador's luggage.
Two eccentric, old-school Englishmen discover a body and find a tangled web of murder, corruption and international intrigue.
Professor Moriarty follows Holmes to Switzerland and battles him to the death at the edge of Reichenbach Falls.
A down-at-the-heels pawnbroker is offered a large salary for copying the encyclopedia for four hours a day.
A governess is offered triple her salary if she will trim her braids and wear a blue dress.
Holmes proves a retired builder was not murdered by a young solicitor named in his will.
A young doctor asks Holmes to investigate the strange behavior of his benefactor.
Holmes (Jeremy Brett) and his brother investigate why a man was abducted and forced to translate fora Greek man swathed in bandages.
Miss Marple is asked to investigate a series of malicious letters when the local solicitor's wife is found dead.
Spinster sleuth Miss Marple (Joan Hickson), investigates the murder of a dance hostess.
Daphne du Maurier's gothic tale opens with an ailing Cornish squire meeting and marrying a mysterious contessa (Geraldine Chaplin) in Florence.
Clifford Bradley remembers hearing the killer on the lab phone; Angela Foley tests her theory of Stella's murder.
The dramatization of Wilkie Collins' 1860 novel opens with Walter Hartright (Daniel Gerrol) on his way to a new position, meeting an apparition in white.
A battered hat and a Christmas goose are Holmes' only clues to clearing a falsely accused man.
Holmes unravels a murder involving a locked room with no key, a domestic disagreement and an unusual set of animal tracks.
Holmes and Watson uncover a plot to marry a beautiful music teacher for her inheritance.
Holmes is called in when a top-secret document is stolen out of the British Foreign Office.
Holmes links a murder in a quiet English house to a Chicago gangster.
Holmes and Watson try to trace an undetectable murder weapon.
Holmes (Jeremy Brett) and Watson (David Burke) match wits with an opera star intent on blackmailing a king.
Parker Pyne steers a retired army officer back to romance and adventure.
Mr. Parker Pyne helps a woman find happiness after her husband has an affair with his young secretary.
The vision of his love being strangled haunts a young man through the battlefields of 1914 France.
'The fourth man' overhears a doctor, a lawyer and a priest discussing a young girl's death.
A girl's cry for help starts a golfer (Robin Kermode) on the trail of a 'doctor of the soul' and mysterious Frenchmen.
'Jane in Search of a Job' answers an ad in The Times of London agony column and finds herself impersonating a mysterious grand duchess.
Beatrice discovers nastiness in herself and brews her own revenge when her suspicions of her husband prove true.
Tommy and Tuppence investigate when Capt. Sessle is found dead on a golf course, stabbed by a hatpin.
The Beresfords investigate odd incidents at a country house.
A personal ad leads the Beresfords to a tryst and the murder of the Queen of Hearts.
The Beresfords investigate when arsenic-laced chocolates are sent as a gift.
Madcap Tommy and Tuppence Beresford (James Warwick, Francesca Annis) probe the theft of a jewel from a posh Wimbledon party.
Rumpole's (Leo McKern) defense of a man accused of selling worthless property is thwarted by his nemesis.
The new female barrister pleads with Rumpole (Leo McKern) to defend her sister, on trial for murder by a hanging judge.
Rumpole (Leo McKern) defends a small-time crook charged with armed robbery and a young female barrister.
Defending a couple accused of blackmail and prostitution leads Rumpole (Leo McKern) into a confrontation with colleagues.
Rumpole (Leo McKern) accepts an invitation to defend a former pupil on a murder charge in Africa.
Rumpole (Leo McKern) defends an artist accused of forgery, who seems intent on baffling art connoisseurs.
The irascible criminal lawyer, Horace Rumpole (Leo McKern), escapes retirement in Miami to find a murder case with connections to a religious cult back in Florida.
The spirit of the long-dead Lady Elinor waits for someone to die in her house so that she can occupy the body.
A woman gets a message from a man long dead when she returns to her old home with her young daughter.
An American couple meets the ghost of a young girl when they come to England looking for a haunted house.
A maid becomes determined to find out if her predecessor does indeed haunt the house.
A schoolboy disbelieves that a friend's aunt draws life from others.
Garvin (John Duttine) moves into a quiet farmhouse for peace but encounters the ghost of a child wandering about.
Edith Wharton's story of a New England wife whose husband is seemingly being drained of life.
A clairvoyant gives Reilly's third wife hope that he is still alive after Stalin orders his arrest.
Vowing revenge for Savinkoff's death, Reilly returns to Russia to investigate an anti-Bolshevik group known as 'The Trust.'
In New York, Reilly lives a double life, posing as a businessman by day while working for an FBI-related security organization at night.
Convicted of treason in absentia in Petrograd, Reilly suspects he is being made a scapegoat in London.
Reilly tries to convince Latvian troops that the Western powers will liberate their country if Lenin is deposed.
Carrying a million pounds, Reilly travels to Moscow to recruit help in overthrowing the Bolsheviks.
The wife of Russia's minister of marine falls in love with Reilly, leading to a bargain between the spy and the czarist official.
Reilly befriends the Russian minister of marine, who could help secure a czarist warship construction contract for England.
Reilly's wife leaves him just before he is sent to negotiate for crucial oil rights with a savvy Australian mining engineer.
Reilly tries to obtain the plans for a new Krupps naval gun that could sink the entire British fleet within a decade.
Reilly poses as a shipping agent in Manchuria to help the Imperial Japanese Navy acquire information on the Russian Pacific Fleet.
In 1901, master spy Sidney Reilly involves a minister's wife in a scandal during an escape from the Russian oil fields of Persia.
Paul Presset (Ian Holm), a timid schoolmaster with an insufferable marriage, enjoys a relationship with a lonely colleague (Angela Down).
Mark Omney grows suspicious of the services his missing wife may have received at an unusual emergency care clinic.
Two women are drawn together as the rest of their associates scorn their story of a vision they experienced in Versailles.
Looking for adventure, George Rowland boards the Portsmouth train and meets a young woman pursued by Germans.
A young man's love for his best friend's wife signals danger.
Theo leaves her husband and escapes to Dover where she learns he is involved in a swindle.
A chance mistake at a country roadhouse makes a new man of Edward Robinson; he wonders how his fiancee will react.
Sgt. Cribb joins an underground militant gang to prevent further dynamitings of government buildings with British army explosives.
Inspector Jowett asks Sgt. Cribb for assistance when old school rivalries fatally erupt at his class reunion.
An innocent voyeur becomes involved when Sgt. Cribb investigates a water-soaked hand found at Brighton Beach.
A village choir mysteriously hides the facts about a man's tragic death when Scotland Yard's Sgt. Cribb investigates.
The sale of Jumbo, the most famous elephant in England, results in murder, involving Scotland Yard investigator Sgt. Cribb (Alan Dobie).
TV reporter Jemima Shore (Maria Aitken) discovers that a nun's death is linked to her show and plans to stay overnight at the convent to investigate.
Guy denies that he was ever treated by Dr. Stanley; Melissa's boyfriend exposes her compulsive gambling past.
An inquisitive priest journeys to Paris to investigate the discovery of a decapitated body in a garden.
A curious priest investigates a strange mystery about the blinding effect of light on a sun-worshipper.
A benevolent priest helps a young woman identify the blackmailer who seeks to remind her of past indiscretions. Based on a short story by G.K. Chesterton.
An inquisitive priest searches for the truth in the murder of a noted philanthropist. Based on a short story by G.K. Chesterton.
The police refuse to believe Skipling's claims that he is about to be murdered. Stars Ian McKellan.
A young girl masquerades as a boy to gather evidence against a razor-wielding barber whose clients mysteriously disappear. Stars Freddie Jones, Mel Martin.
The distraught owner of a celebrity racehorse relies on a private detective to return his horse at any cost.
Racetrack bookmakers call in a private detective to unravel a scheme involving bribes, murder and a winning horse.
A nervous trainer hires a private detective to protect his favored horse.
A researcher's experiments to isolate good from evil yield unexpected results that drastically affect his personality.
Suspected of murder, Morse (John Thaw) must prove his innocence by catching the killer; with Kevin Whately.
Morse investigates the death of a cricket player.
Morse questions his own driving activity when he investigates the murder of a young woman.
Sgt. Cribb arranges to have Constable Thackeray investigate the death of a gangster boss and the unscrupulous henchman who witnessed the slaying.
Based on a novel by Peter Lovesey. Sgt. Cribb suspects that his aging friend's young wife may be plotting her husband's death.
Inspector Morse (John Thaw) and Lewis investigate the death of an eminent scientist.
Rumpole defends a renowned actress charged with the backstage murder of her husband.
Morse (John Thaw) investigates the 1859 murder of a young woman while contemplating his own future.