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Michael Palin in Remember Me. Photo: ITV plc

'Remember Me' Recap: Are You Going?

Tom Parfitt lives alone but is eager to move into assisted living, so he stages a fall. There's something unusual about him: he acts younger than his "eighty-odd" years, and a photo of a boy seems to upset him. And he brings both tragedy and mystery to the retirement home.
Grantchester. Photo: Colin Hutton and Kudos/ITV for MASTERPIECE

'Grantchester' Recap: Reckoning Day

Sidney, Geordie, and Leonard are all forced to confront their decisions, with disastrous consequences. An unexpected figure from Mrs. Maguire's past awakens feelings and thrusts her life into disarray. And a woman is dead at a factory, apparently from a fall – but Geordie doesn't believe it.
My Mother and Other Strangers. Photo: Steffan Hill/BBC 2016 for MASTERPIECE

'My Mother and Other Strangers' Recap: Christmas Blues

As the American militarymen prepare a party for the schoolchildren of Moybeg, unenviable situations cause Michael and Rose to be on edge. What should be a cheerful holiday ends up being disastrous and life-changing , in the finale of the show.
My Mother and Other Strangers. Photo: Steffan Hill/BBC 2016 for MASTERPIECE

The Names and Places of 'My Mother and Other Strangers'

My Mother and Other Strangers, which airs its finale this Sunday, July 16, at 7:00 pm, takes place in Northern Ireland in the fictional town of Moybeg. While the remote community may be made up, some of the places and names it references are grounded in reality. Take a mini tour of the windswept landscape of Northern Ireland and explore the legends and origins of the locations and names of My Mother and Other Strangers.

Prime Suspect: Tennison. Photo: ITV Studios and NoHo Film & Television

'Prime Suspect: Tennison' Recap: Police and Thieves

Bradfield is sidelined from closing the investigation into Julie Ann Collins's murder by a chance to catch his rival Clifford Bentley in a heist. The Bentleys themselves are starting to get nervous. How does everything wrap up in the final part of Prime Suspect: Tennison?
Grantchester. Photo: Colin Hutton and Kudos/ITV for MASTERPIECE

'Grantchester' Recap: Mail Order Crime

When Leonard witnesses a robbery with his new companion Hilary, they become essential sources for Sidney and Geordie. A murder soon turns up – how is it connected? Sidney sinks into depression while Geordie contemplates the future of his romantic relationships.
My Mother and Other Strangers. Photo: Steffan Hill/BBC 2016 for MASTERPIECE

'My Mother and Other Strangers' Recap: Sorority Girls

When Rose's younger sister comes to visit, she causes a stir in Moybeg. Michael thinks she's a loose cannon, Emma finds her a wordly aunt, and Rose a rival and confidant. Vera carries a tragic past but is eager to enliven her future with Captain Dreyfuss.
Prime Suspect: Tennison. Photo: ITV Studios and NoHo Film & Television

'Prime Suspect: Tennison' Recap: Lie Detective

Tennison's morality is pitted against her loyalty when a police raid is botched. The detectives are closing in on Julie Ann's killer, but not before hearing a tragic tale from her parents. The Bentleys' scheme continues, but complications are accumulating.
Grantchester. Photo: Colin Hutton and Kudos/ITV for MASTERPIECE

'Grantchester' Recap: Take Me Out At the Ballgame

A widespread illness at the village cricket game suggests an attempt at poisoning that soon involves two Pakistani brothers and a family that are pillars of the community. Extramarital relationships lead to an argument between Sidney and Geordie.
My Mother and Other Strangers. Photo: Steffan Hill/BBC 2016 for MASTERPIECE

'My Mother and Other Strangers' Recap: Divine Retribution

When tragedy strikes Moybeg, both Michael and Francis begin to believe that they are to blame, having caused it through their own lapses. Meanwhile, Rose's increasing distrust of her husband leads her into slowly deepening intimacy with Captain Dreyfuss.
Stefanie Martini as Jane Tennison in Prime Suspect: Tennison. Photo: ITV Studios and NoHo Film & Television

'Prime Suspect: Tennison' Recap: It's a Man's World

Jane Tennison is eager and avid, but her male superiors expect little from her except for her to do their dishes and serve them tea and biscuits. But one detective does recognize her abilities, and she is soon swept up in the investigation of a murder of a seventeen year-old girl.
Morven Christie, James Norton, and Tom Austen in Grantchester. Photo: Colin Hutton and Kudos/ITV for MASTERPIECE

'Grantchester' Recap: A Murder of Crows

As Sidney and Geordie investigate the murder of a doctor, Sidney begins to receive ominous warnings in the form of phone calls and a dead crow. How is he connected to the crime, and why is he being targeted, with Amanda's new baby Grace thrown into danger as well?
My Mother and Other Strangers. Photo: Steffan Hill/BBC 2016 for MASTERPIECE

'My Mother and Other Strangers' Recap: Eels and Justice for All

When Francis is witness to a poaching case, he and the Coynes are drawn into the legal drama and Rose makes a surprising decision. Barney tries to endear himself to Emma but is overshadowed by a gentlemanly young medical student.
Robson Green as Geordie Keating, James Norton as Sidney Chambers and Morven Christie as Amanda in Grantchester. Photo: Colin Hutton and Kudos/ITV for MASTERPIECE

'Grantchester' Recap: Christmas in June

Sidney and Geordie are back, and in fine fettle. As Amanda nears the end of her pregnancy, Sidney must determine how to navigate his relationship with her. Meanwhile, when a groom never shows for a wedding, the two detectives investigate his disappearance.
Eileen O'Higgins as Emma Coyne in My Mother and Other Strangers. Photo: Steffan Hill/BBC 2016 for MASTERPIECE

'My Mother and Other Strangers' Recap: Like Daughter, Like Mother

The proximity of an American airbase to the small Irish town of Moybeg causes inevitable tension between the locals and airmen. It doesn't help that a dashing young lieutenant takes a liking to Emma Coyne, and that her mother is attracted to a Captain.
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