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    Re: Masterpiece Theater

    Quote Originally Posted by CCL View Post
    I believe Critical means it is available online through "other means"...as it hasn't aired in the US already I would think it is not available on Netflix (though I don't have Netflix so I guess you'd have to double-check).
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    No problem. FYI, it starts airing on PBS on May 6th.
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    Re: Masterpiece Theater

    Spoiler alert for this Sunday's "My Boy Jack" -- about Rudyard Kipling's son:
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    OMG! Have kleenex ready! Knowing that this is a true story, it will break your heart!
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    Is that the one with Daniel Radcliffe? I've heard it's a good one.
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    I watched this a year or so ago . . . I remember I really liked it, but can't for the life of me remember much about it. Guess I need to watch it again. Getting old sucks . . . but every day is like new because you can't remember stuff.
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    Re: Masterpiece Theater

    Quote Originally Posted by Critical View Post
    Is that the one with Daniel Radcliffe? I've heard it's a good one.
    Yes, Daniel Radcliffe as Jack, Kim Cattrall as the mother, and David Haig as Rudyard Kipling. (And Carey Mulligan as the sister.)
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    I watched it the first time it was on, or maybe I rented the DVD, but I thought it was excellent.
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    Re: Masterpiece Theater

    I am not certain where to post this and I couldn't find a thread strictly for BBC so ...

    Is anybody watching Whitechapel ? New season just stared.
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    Re: Masterpiece Theater

    Quote Originally Posted by echo226 View Post
    I am not certain where to post this and I couldn't find a thread strictly for BBC so ...

    Is anybody watching Whitechapel ? New season just stared.
    Since it's not on Masterpiece, it doesn't really belong in this thread, but you're welcome to start a thread for Whitechapel, echo
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    Re: Masterpiece Theater

    Thank you Critical. I started a general one for BBC & PBS not Masterpiece.

    I hope that's OK. I just stumbled on Whitechapel and SO is absolutely hooked!
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