--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "foxbrick" <foxbrick@...> wrote:
> --- In email@example.com, "jacquesdebierue" <jacquesdebierue@> wrote:
> > Meanwhile, the Montalbano series based on Andrea Camilleri is very fine. A channel called MHz has been broadcasting the series around here. Unusual crimes, excellent Sicilian atmosphere, pretty dark without much action. This TV series honors the books, which are also excellent.
> MHz ("megaHertz") WorldView is actually a small public-broadcasting network, with its offerings, including weekly European crime drama (repeated several times) including the COMMISSIONER MONTALBANO, German TATORT/SCENE OF THE CRIME, French MAIGRET and other telefilm series, with affiliate stations in the San Francisco Bay Area, Chicago, Salt Lake City, and other markets along with the DC/Northern Virginia area. "Check your local listings"
Good to know. I watch so little television that I don't know exactly which channels I have... I found this one purely by chance, saw it was Montalbano (I have read Camilleri) and decided to watch it. It's very well done. I'll have to check out the German series.
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