Holiday moods often run the gamut between joy and melancholy. And, an Ohio State University researcher says an individual’s great expectations have a bearing on whether someone smiles or frowns. College of Social Work Professor, Gilbert Greene, says the key is to identify whether stress is likely to help or hurt one’s mood.
Masterpiece Mystery returns on Sunday with a brand new drama, Breathless. Set in a 1961 British hospital, BREATHLESS stars Jack Davenport, who may be familiar to fans of the Pirates of the Caribbean movies, as Dr. Otto Powell.
I’ve had England on my mind this past week.Â Not sure why, maybe because I just recently vacationed in Williamsburg, Va.Â and of course celebrating Independence Day usually brings up the whole England colony thing.Â Â Then again, it could be all the shows celebrating England and the Queen we’re airing this week.Â Â I guess you [...]
“Masterpiece Mystery” begins a new season on Sunday with a different spin on a very familiar Detective.Â The Inspector Morse series was one of the most popular in the “Masterpiece Mystery” catalogue.Â Viewers were crushed when in the last episode, adapted from the final novel, The Remorseful Day, Morse dies.Â Alas, not all was lost [...]
This past summer PBS introduced us to a new detective in the “Masterpiece Mystery” family.Â Aurelio Zen, played by Rufus Sewell, is a bitÂ sly, mischievous, not too bad on the eyes and a bona-fide hit with the audience!Â Â By the time we had airedÂ the first two episodes in the Zen series you were asking [...]
We’re going into the final stretch of our August membership drive and I wanted to give you a preview of some of the programs you’ll see over the next several days. I hope you’ll find a few things you’ll enjoy.
If you’re a regular viewer of Masterpiece Mystery then you know your program gets put on hold every year for a couple of weeks in August due to our annual membership drive. However because our Mystery folks are such loyal viewers we’re going to try something a little different this August.