Sunday, April 21, 2013

Crime-solving quartet premiers tonight on PBS in 'Bletchley Circle'

BLETCHLEY CIRCLE
A new miniseries premiers tonight on PBS @ 10pm in my area. Set in Britain in 1952, this review says it's supposed to be smart and highly suspenseful. I have already set my DVR. When the sisterhood of four detectives gets together to discuss a case, it is under the cover of a book club. I like it already!!!

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Rosemary,
Thanks for the hot tip.
I am going to record this just in case I don't get to see it tonight.
Happy viewing.
Linda

Karen in CT said...

.. I just set my DVR, thanks for the tip ... sounds great. BTW, where can you watch British Antiques Roadshow? I have searched everywhere, even on the web to watch. I would love to know. Thanks

Karen in CT

Content in a Cottage said...

Karen...

I watch the British version of Antiques Road Show on Ovation (I think) or BBC America. They are side by side on my FiOS. Ovation is 188 and BBC is 189. I think it's Ovation though. It's on early -- 9:00 in the morning.

xo, Rosemary

Content in a Cottage said...

Karen...

I just checked. The British version of Antiques Road Show IS on Ovation. It's on tomorrow morning from 10:00 am straight through until 2:00 PM. Four straight hours. Hooray!

Karen said...

We've got our DVR set! Love these shows.
Karen

The Queen Vee said...

I'll have to catch this on the computer later this week as this Sunday was over scheduled with other good things. I read a great article about this series in the UK Telegraph earlier in the week.

Kay G. said...

I recorded it too, it looks good!
Also, did you know that we copied Antiques Road Show from England?
I lived there in 1985 and that was one of my favorites! I wish they would copy "Songs of Praise", where they go into a church and record the congregation singing, that was one of my favorites too!

Karen in CT said...

Thanks so much for the info on Ovation .. it's a new channel to me. I checked Cablevision and unfortunately they don't carry it here in CT ... which does not surprise me. Many thanks, Karen