I love crime shows and I love England, so I have begun to record Masterpiece Theater's Miss Marple Series
. I've enjoyed a few episodes in the past and loved reading Tommy and Tuppence books
while I was in high school. Sunday evenings will be lots of fun with something new to watch on television. I'm also going to get a few Miss Marple books from the library once my pile of books to read has diminished a bit.
What movies or shows are you enjoying?
We rarely watch anything together as a family, but last year at this time we all got into The Next Food Network Star. A new season begins tonight (2 hour premier). We're going to give it a try again and see if this season is any good.
You would probably like Rosemary & Thyme then! The show is about two British women who are professional gardeners and amateur sleuths. Here's a link to it on Amazon:
I am also excited for the "Six By Agatha" although our station has preempted it until Tuesday at 3am, glad I have a dvr. :)
My mother loves Miss Marple, Rosemary and Thyme, Cadfeil (spelling?), Hercule Poirot, and Hettie Wainthrope. I think you'd enjoy all those as well. :)
Today we enjoyed the documentary "Babies" as a family. We rarely go to the theater to see movies anymore, but we thought the children might sit through this one and they did, for the most part!
My husband and I also enjoyed "The Young Victoria" recently from Netflix.
We have enjoyed The No.1 Ladies Detective agency(was an HBO Series just this year and already out on DVD and at the library),Foyle's war.Because I am old,we have found several old TV series at the library and the kids have loved them-Get Smart(the original TV series),That Girl,My Three Sons,Family Affair.Upstairs Downstairs,The Plantagenets.I just wish it were easier to figure out what shows the library has. Oh I Can not forget Jeeves and Wooster.
I love Masterpiece Theater, but I haven't been watching it lately. I have seen Into The West, by Steven Spielberg. It's a 12 hour miniseries that was made in 2005 which I am thoroughly enjoying.
we are currently thinking of doing away with broadcast tv. i do enjoy watching the "franklin springs family media" specials on saturday nights though. i have some on dvd, and hoping one day i can own the ones by the west ladies. i find all of FSFM's dvd's very inspiring! and they are family oriented with no racy commercials!
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