Unseen for 60 years, the Mail proudly presents Agatha Christie's lost masterpiece, The Capture of Cerberus
What a joyous discovery. Decades after it was written on the eve of World War II, a lost Poirot story by Agatha Christie has been found. Today it is published in the Daily Mail for the first time.
"Inspector Lewis" Reputation (TV Episode 2006) - IMDb
Directed by Bill Anderson. With Charlie Cox, Sophie Winkleman, Colin Starkey, Jack Ellis. DI Robert Lewis teams up with DS James Hathaway to look into the murder of an Oxford mathematics student.
Growing up a general nerd, I was, as a child, obsessed with the PBS series MYSTERY! hosted by Vincent Price; I would watch the Miss Marple, Sherlock Holmes, and Poirot mysteries re-LIG-iously. But what really got me in the mood, really got me excited for a little murder, were the opening credits which were animated by Edward Gorey and had an awesome super-creepy song I loved. Edward Gorey was a GENIUS. I want to BE all of the people in his drawings. Um...I think I used to play the theme song…
PBS' Endeavor looks at early days of Inspector Morse | Tellyspotting
There are things in the world of film and television that defy logic. Jennifer Garner as a young Miss Marple...still don't get it. I've never fully recovered from seeing Tom Cruise in Interview with a Vampire. Even though there's no denying the brilliance of John Thaw as Inspector Morse, I'm getting better now and am actually looking forward to a particular upcoming ITV produced one-off that will air in the U.S. on PBS' Masterpiece series in 2012. Endeavor, is not just a re-make of the…