Black Books- Very fun Killing Eve- Well written and acted Cracker (a bit dated now, but I lived where it was filmed and loved it)- Dated isn't something that bothers me too much. Cracker was good. Hustle (which I think Leverage was based on)- Hustle is AMAZING. Seen 2 episodes of Leverage. Thought it was rubbish. Spooks- Loved it. Ripper Street (this is on Netflix)- Great but, less so by the last Series. Penny Dreadful (gothic girl crush on Eva Green)- Once again, great but, less so by the end, for me. Peaky Blinders- This show is great! Per order of the Peaky Blinders Black Mirror- Fun. Some episodes better than others. (I think it was called 1million points was a good one) Tales of the Unexpected (if you've never seen the originals... full of surprisingly famous people)- Not sure if I've seen this. May be first on the list that I haven't Morse, Taggart and any Miss Marple with Joan Hickson as Miss Marple-Morse is one of my favourites(and everything containing those characters "spinoffs"), I don't remember if I've seen Taggart. And, I love any Marple, some more or less than others but, it's hard to ruin Christie's stories. Poirot with David Suchet- My go to show when the internet is down or I want to stay in bed and watch tv all day. The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes with Jeremy Brett (quite a few on YouTube)- Brett is a wonderful Holmes and he has a great first name. Silent Witness (when I'm in the mood)- Took me forever to finally watch one episode but, then I watched them all. Very good, with some annoying bits. Dr Who (I was a Peter Davison child but I'd say that Christopher Eccleston deserved more than 1 series)-Agreed. Ecc was great for me but, I understand why he wasn't for everyone. The Thick of it (Peter Capaldi's amazing as Tucker. I love every foul-mouthed word he says)-OMG! SOMETHING I KNOW I HAVEN'T SEEN! The Sarah Jane Adventures (a fun children's spin-off of Dr Who that's more light-hearted than Class and more in line with the original ethos of the show)- I watched then but, couldn't get amped about it. Torchwood (until the Americans spoiled it ie Series 4)- To be more accurate, "Before the Brits allowed the Yanks to ruin it." One of my favourite shows. I cried loads. Sherlock, Luther, Broadchurch, Wallander, Dangerfield- All good especially Sherlock and Wallander. Don't know if I've seen Dangerfield. Teachers- Pretty good One Foot in The Grave- Another I don't know if I've seen. Blake's Seven (my all time favourite sci-fi show as a child, though the special effects and sets were terrible. The writing and acting more than made up for it.) - Not seen. The Sweeny- Great. The Professionals- Classic. Very good. The Darling Buds of May (Catherine Zeta Jones is v.young)- Hmmm. Maybe I'll try but, not a CZJ fan, in general. Larkrise to Candleford- If you like Downton and Marple- you'd love this as well(for anyone reading) Vera- I love Vera Being Human (BBC version)- Was there a US version? I would have avoided it but, the BBC one was ok. Merlin-Watched a season when it aired but, couldn't get into it. Those are my reviews. I'm kinda surprised there weren't more that I haven't seen but, I've pretty much seen as much Brit tv as most people I know have seen American tv. It takes a lot of effort for someone to convince me to check out a US tv show. I just can't relate to most of them. I was born in the wrong country, apparently. Thanks for the list though! There's a couple I'll have to check out!