I've been watching Oliver's Travels. This was a PBS Mystery! series that I'd heard a bit about over the years and as it was described as witty and quirky, I thought it might be fun. I hunted till I finally found a used copy on Amazon.
I'm sorry to say that it's turned out to be more quirky than witty, and probably more silly than genuinely quirky.
Bates and Cusack do a very solid job with the talky script and the convoluted plot. It's the kind of thing that probably works better as a book, although I don't think this ever was a book. I believe it was created for television.
Mr. Thrilling could only take two episodes. I suspect it will prove most useful for falling asleep to.
I'm sincerely hoping the copy of Jemima Shore Investigates that I managed to locate turns out to be a greater success.
Still looking for a copy of Brat Farrar.