Mystery! review project

Masterpiece Theatre in the USA had a spin-off series called Mystery!

As with the parent series, most of these programmes originated in the UK. I haven’t seen them all, but am listing them for completeness. Those with asterisks will link to review pages on the blog in due course.

The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1984–86) *
The Return of Sherlock Holmes (1986–89) *
The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes (1991–92) *
Sherlock Holmes (3 feature length episodes, 1992-94) *
Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes (1995–96) *
Murder Rooms: The Dark Beginnings of Sherlock Holmes (1999–2002) *

Agatha Christie Stories (1982-85) *
Agatha Christie’s Partners in Crime *
The Secret Adversary (1986–87)
Miss Marple (1985–89) *
Agatha Christie’s Marple (2005-2010) *
Agatha Christie’s Poirot (1989–2010) *

Brat Farrar (1986–87) *
Cadfael (1994–2000) *
Campion (1989–90)
Cause Célèbre (1988–89) *
Chandler and Company (1995–96)
Charters and Caldicott (1985–86) *
Dalgliesh (1985–2006) *
A Dark-Adapted Eye (1994–95) *
The Dark Angel (1990–91) *
Dead Gorgeous (2003)
Deep Secrets (1997–98)
Die Kinder (1990–91)
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1981–82) *
Dying Day (1982–83) *
Father Brown (1982–83) *
Forgotten (2001–02)
Foyle’s War (2004-5) *
Gallowglass (1995–96) *
Game, Set, and Match (1988–89)
Heat of the Sun (1998–99)
Hetty Wainthropp Investigates (1997–2003)

Inspector Alleyn Mysteries (1991–95) *
Inspector Lewis (2006) *
The Inspector Lynley Mysteries (2001–06)
Inspector Morse (1987–2006) *
Into the Blue (1997–99)
Jericho (2006)
Lady Audley’s Secret (1999–2001) *
The Life and Crimes of William Palmer (1998–99)
The Limbo Connection (1982–83) *
Lord Peter Wimsey (1987–88) *
Malice Aforethought (1981) *
Malice Aforethought (2005)
The Man from the Pru (1990–91) *
Maigret (1992–95)
Melissa (1982–83) *
Miss Morison’s Ghosts (1982–83) *
The Mrs. Bradley Mysteries (2003) *
Mother Love (1990–91) *
My Cousin Rachel (1985–86) *
Oliver’s Travels (1996–99) *
Praying Mantis (1984–85) *
Prime Suspect (1991–94) *
Quiet as a Nun (1982–83) *
The Racing Game (1980–82) *
Rebecca (1980–81) *
Reilly, Ace of Spies (1983–84) *
Rumpole of the Bailey (1980-95) *

The Sculptress (1997–98) *
Second Sight (1999–2002)
Sergeant Cribb (1980–83) *
Shades of Darkness (1983–84, 7 episodes) *
She Fell Among Thieves (1980–81) *
Sherlock (2010-12) *
Sweeney Todd (1982–83) *
Touching Evil (1998–2002)
Trial by Fire (2000–01)
An Unsuitable Job for a Woman (1999–2000)
Wallander (2008-10)
We, the Accused (1982-3)
The Woman in White (1984-5) *
The Wyvern Mystery (2000-1)
Zen (2011)


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