It's Valentine's Day, and a distinguished scientist involved in atomic weapons research is brutally murdered. Was this an attempt to derail his scientific work or a politically motivated murder? Suddenly more murders committed in a similar fashion are popping up around London. Are these murders connected to the scientist - and if so, how? Jericho and his team must race against the clock to get the answers and catch the killer.
Smog envelops the city and a serial killer begins targeting young couples. The press believes this to be the work of 'The Butcher,' who was suspected to be responsible for a series of unsolved murders from the thirties. Jericho discovers a connection between the couples when he traces the murders back to a cinema where they had all seen the same film prior to their deaths. Deadly secrets reveal themselves as Jericho's team investigates further.
When a young woman is found murdered on an American Army base after a secret affair with a young American soldier, Foyle receives a warning from the War Office to tread carefully. But his determination to find the truth about the girl's death forces him to disobey government orders: Did the American kill the unfaithful barmaid, or has he been framed?
Agatha Christie's attends a party at an estate, where a guest turns up dead after speaking about a child murder that went unpunished.
In “Miss Marple: Nemesis,” Agatha Christie's sleuth attempts to fulfill the last request of a recently deceased man to look into a possible crime. The problem: She has no clue as to the nature of the crime attempts to fulfill the last request of a recently deceased man to look into a possible crime. The problem: She has no clue as to the nature of the crime.
“Miss Marple: At Bertram's Hotel” finds the sleuth checking into a posh London hotel where other guests await the reading of a multimillionaire's will. But she winds up in an investigation when two hotel staffers are slain.
“Miss Marple: Ordeal by Innocence” finds the sleuth at a friend's wedding, which is upended when a visitor says that the executed murderer of the groom's ex-wife was with him at the time of the crime. Marple learns that the suspects are many, including her friend and the slain woman's adopted children.
“The Inspector Lynley Mysteries: Natural Causes” finds Lynley---who's on suspension--- helping Havers and Det. Insp. Fiona Knight with a drowning case.
“The Inspector Lynley Mysteries: One Guilty Deed” finds the reinstated Lynley joining Havers and DC Nkata as they close in on an organized-crime boss when their informant is found murdered on the south coast. Although the slaying appears to be a contract killing, Havers has her doubts when she learns of a 20-year-old unsolved murder that occurred in the area.
“The Inspector Lynley Mysteries: Chinese Walls” finds Lynley and Havers investigating the seedy side of the Internet after a young barrister moonlighting on her sister's pornographic site is murdered. Also: Lynley and his estranged wife rekindle their relationship.
The 27th season concludes with “The Inspector Lynley Mysteries: In the Blink of an Eye,” which finds Lynley and Havers linking the murder of a paparazzo in London's Soho district to a 1995 Bosnian massacre. To help with the psychological aspects of the case, Lynley turns to his ex-wife, Helen, for help.
Final episode of Mystery!. Beginning in 2008, Mystery! was merged with Masterpiece Theatre and is now known as Masterpiece Mystery.