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Last edited: Apr 1, Have you looked at Acorn? I think you can get a free trial with Acorn and see what they have available. We subscribe to Acorn, which has a lot of good series, but not Inspector Morse.
I do now have an Apple iphone, but not sure I want to watch shows on that tiny screen. I will think about buying the DVDs, maybe used copies, when we're back home in the fall.
I can watch them on my laptop. Endeavour is a great series too I watched that through Amazon Prime. Amazon Prime lists the Inspector Morse seasons, but says they are not available.
Sometimes things come and go on Amazon, so you might check again before you buy the dvds. The Morse episodes with John Thaw are my favorites.
I think he's a much more interesting character than the successors. Okay, I figured out a way to at least start watching Inspector Morse.
I finally finished Inspector Lewis and just loved it. There's a new streaming service called Britbox. Inspector Morse is there, seven seasons plus specials from Anyway, I signed up for the seven days and will watch away while I can.
Then I'll stop and start up again only when I have several weeks where I can watch some every day. After watching Inspector Lewis later called just "Lewis" now for the last several weeks, it's a bit strange to see him as a much younger man in Inspector Morse.
I do love the setting in Oxford, the music, the intricate mysteries, the complex main characters. I will have to check out Britbox!
I just checked out Britbox which I'd never heard of. We really love our Acorn subscription. Just don't buy it through the iTunes store, which adds on an extra charge.
I'm thrilled to see the programs available on Britbox, some seasons of ITV programs that I've been very frustrated not to be able to find.
Four more seasons of Scott and Bailey, for one! It's good that there are so many options available these days. Glad you found a way to watch Morse.
Check your local library, too, as they sometimes lend DVD's. That's the only way I've been able to watch some of the Italian Inspector Montelbano.
When you go to Oxford, look for the cafe with the silver chairs just a couple of spots down from the central TI. You'll recognize it as a filming location from Lewis.
I wish one of the services we subscribe to would carry a wonderful series called A French Village. Has anyone here seen that?
Our library system does have at least some of the DVDs, but it's kind of hard to get them. It also has some of the Montalbanos.
Pauline Forums Admin. Great info. It's great that our Netflix subscription works in France now too, though the programs are different.
With all our coming and going, I just need my television watching to be easy. One thing I liked about Britbox is that you can start and stop your subscription.
I'll have to see how that works in practice, but at this point, I'm mainly planning to activate it for my Inspector Morse binge-watching.
I will watch for that cafe! On A French Village Roz, I can't remember In the end, though, Morse is vindicated and his various tormentors get their comeuppance.
Strangely, Lewis is less at home down under than Morse himself is. Matters aren't helped when Morse has a bad-tempered exchange with the shipping millionaire who owns the restaurant.
To find the latest killer they have to unravel the first case again. With his rival Bottomley pursuing him, Morse finds himself at the top of the suspect list and is eventually arrested for the murder he is investigating.
After his arrest, Morse's house is searched, and a clergyman's body is found in a cupboard. With Morse seeing a Masonic conspiracy, Lewis suspects that someone with a grudge is out to frame Morse, partly by hacking into computer systems.
After his release, Morse becomes the target of a direct attack, when his house catches fire, with him in it. Who wants to get at Morse so badly?
Can it really be an old enemy who is dead? Convinced that Boynton holds the key to the crime, Morse begins to hound him, despite having no firm evidence.
Morse is also faced with the possible oss of his beloved red Mk II Jaguar. Morse becomes immersed in the implications of a hostile take-over bid by another company.
Then Trevor's widow, Helen, goes to the brewery to look for his brother Stephen with whom she was having an affair and finds him also murdered.
For more, see Recap. Dear was killed just minutes before he was due to give a controversial lecture. It soon appears that the most respectable of academic families can have skeletons in the cupboard, but Morse has to put his job on the line to get at the truth.
Meanwhile, Morse considers asking Grayling Russell for a date. It happens that intense rivalry for one of the most prestigious posts in the university has led to murder.
But which one of the highly respected contenders is the calculating killer? As well as the pictures, Sir Julius himself has also disappeared.
Morse finds Sir Julius's dead body, and at first it looks like murder, but the new police pathologist, Dr Grayling Russell, believes he killed himself.
Then there is another death which is undoubtedly a murder - but how is it connected with the late Sir Julius Hanbury? Morse uncovers a complex web of relationships - passion and corruption, lies and unhappiness.
Inspector Morse. Morse, who has been off sick, is under doctor's orders to cut back on his drinking or face the consequences, but few people realize just how bad the state of his health is when he comes back to active service.
Of course, Morse takes the view we would expect from him about Lewis heading the murder investigation. As always, Morse ignores his doctor's orders, and he soon collapses and finds himself in hospital, near death - and still agonizing over his last case.
Morse's final order to Lewis is to send him away from his bed-side to follow the final clue which will crack the case.
It seems odd for Strange, Morse's old antagonist, to be with him when he dies, and not Lewis - but Strange rises to the occasion.
A young woman was found dead in the canal, and the local police believed she was the victim of four rough boatmen who were carrying her by barge to London.
A murder trial resulted in two of the men being convicted and hanged. Morse becomes convinced there was a miscarriage of justice and he enlists the help of a young police recruit, as Lewis is away on a training course.
They trace the physical evidence from the crime, which is still stored in a local archive, and subject it to modern forensic tests.
The results lead Morse to unearth an insurance fraud which was the motive for the framing of the boatmen - a fraud which is confirmed by a visit to a neglected grave in Ireland.
Who Killed Harry Field? It turns out that Morse has unwittingly given all his best suspects a watertight alibi.