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    @MasterpiecePBS Executive Producer Rebecca Eaton on what she looks for in great page to screen adaptations. http://ow.ly/p80CG

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    Did you miss Genealogy Roadshow when it aired last night? Watch it online now for free at http://ow.ly/p9SNz #GenealogyPBS

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    I enjoyed the program!

    It debunked some family legends; as well as making surprising connections for others.

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    Twitter...shows that are airing/will air on PBS:

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    *EXCLUSIVE* Our second #OriginalBritishDrama trail, with #LastTangoInHalifax #CallTheMidwife #DeathComesToPemberley: http://bit.ly/16Fyhp1 .

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    Dardar, have you seen anyone about your twitter addiction?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Artemis@BC View Post
    Dardar, have you seen anyone about your twitter addiction?
    It's my best source for quick, varied and concise information/news in nearly every category...which I share with all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A.H.Black View Post
    Watching Richard II this evening. One of my favorite Shakespeare plays. I wish the series went all the way to Henry V. It appears it ends with the Henry IV plays. I guess I will have to find my copy of Kenneth Branagh's Henry V when this is over.
    I can hardly wait to see Tom Hiddleston's Henry V, and compare it with Branagh. I missed this series when it was on PBS, but my library just picked up the DVD set for the whole Hollow Crown series so I plan on binging at some point later in the fall or winter.

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    Watch a scene from Henry IV Part I w/ Jeremy Irons & Tom Hiddleston in The Hollow Crown TONIGHT 9/8c http://ow.ly/ph2FR #HollowCrownPBS

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    (link fixed) Looking for Friday night's episode of The Hollow Crown? You can watch it online here: http://ow.ly/pjCbc #HollowCrownPBS

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    NEW MASTERPIECE Classic video: Preview a scene from "The Paradise" - premieres this Sunday 10/6! http://to.pbs.org/1fDHQOT

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    via @PhillydotcomENT: "The Paradise" - Behind the department-store counter http://www.philly.com/philly/enterta...e_counter.html

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    Preview #HollowCrownPBS TONIGHT at 9/8c: Prince Hal (Tom Hiddleston) mourns death of his father King Henry IV http://youtu.be/mx6mEMnNK4A

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    Re: The Paradise ... ok, so is the world of early-20th-century department stores so fascinating that we need two series about it? LOL

    I'll watch, though, and hope that it's better than Mr Selfridge (which I did not like). I'm hoping that the combination of Bill Gallagher (who created Lark Rise to Candleford, which I did love) and Émile Zola will be a winner.

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    I'm hoping that the combination of Bill Gallagher (who created Lark Rise to Candleford, which I did love) and Émile Zola will be a winner.
    Why I'll be watching, as well.

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    NOW ONLINE: Henry IV Part Two from The #HollowCrownPBS http://to.pbs.org/18EAR1J Thanks to all #TheHollowCrown fans for watching!

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    new series The Paradise

    Quote Originally Posted by Artemis@BC View Post
    Re: The Paradise ... ok, so is the world of early-20th-century department stores so fascinating that we need two series about it? LOL

    I'll watch, though, and hope that it's better than Mr Selfridge (which I did not like). I'm hoping that the combination of Bill Gallagher (who created Lark Rise to Candleford, which I did love) and Émile Zola will be a winner.
    I watched and enjoyed the first episode. It has an Upstairs/Downstairs feel. Nice costumes and sets and English garden/ grand house setting. Some of the gung-ho We'll-make-this-business-succeed story was a bit much. I think they took credit for inventing CREDIT. At least the soap opera story lines were tied up neatly with a bow by the end of the episode, so not too believable, but okay entertainment.

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    ICYMI: "The Paradise," Part 1 is now available to view online, for a limited time - http://to.pbs.org/17NBnei
    I like it, too. Couldn't help comparing it to Mr. Selfridge, and there are obvious similarities. But, overall, I prefer The Paradise...Jeremy Piven is a bit OTT for my tastes.

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    I didn't get past episode 1 of Mr Selfridge, mostly because Piven was just so unwatchable in that role. I watched the first 5-10 minutes of The Paradise before switching back to Battle of the Blades, enough to tell me that I'll probably like it. Looking forward to catching up with it tonight.

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    I liked it a lot. Reminded me a of Mr Selfridge too.

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    If you read the Daily Mail and don't want to be spoiled for Downton Abbey's US broadcasts, well, don't read the Daily Mail. Spoilers galore in headlines
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