Karl and Elise try to decode the Pied Piper's demands, while BB joins the French investigation in a race against time to find the perpetrators before they strike again. Meanwhile, Charlie Moreau returns to his family, with terrible consequences.
Investigating a disappearance, Endeavour fears it's linked to the unsolved murder of a teenager years earlier. The investigation takes a surprising turn when a woman's body is discovered and Endeavour notices anomalies at the crime scene.
The National Pyrotechnic Festival in Tultepec, Mexico, is a site of festivity unlike any other in the world. Conflagrant revelry engulfs the town for ten days. For the three-quarters of Tultepec residents that work in pyrotechnics, the celebration anchors their way of life. Plunging headlong into the fire, Brimstone & Glory honors the spirit of Tultepec and celebrates celebration itself.
Hollywood glamour comes to Oxford as a horror movie begins filming in the city. The film's star believes an Egyptian curse is to blame for two poisonings. Morse and Thursday uncover long-kept secrets and a plot to expose the truth of a hero's past.
Jae-Chang Kim runs a children's choir in Pune, India. Although his quick temper earned him the nickname 'Angry Bird,' he has made significant changes in the lives of the choir children. But in need of income, their parents are reluctant to let them practice instead of work. In order to convince the parents, Angry Bird decides to train them to sing for a joint concert with their children.
Great American Read
The country’s 100 favorite novels are announced in a two-hour celebration of reading, hosted by Meredith Vieira. Celebrities, authors, (pictured: Margaret Atwood, "The Handmaid's Tale" author) and book lovers reveal the novels that have affected their lives. The national vote gets under way, to decide America’s Best-Loved Novel.
Kentucky to the World
From the series Kentucky to the World: Wendy Whelan, America's premier ballerina, sits down for an intimate conversation with historian and author Emily Bingham to discuss her future and embracing her creative power.
Connections with Renee Shaw
Pellom McDaniels, faculty curator of African-American collections and assistant professor of African-American studies at Emory University in Atlanta, talks about his book, "The Prince of Jockeys: The Life of Isaac Burns Murphy."