“Downton Abbey” is the biggest hit show on PBS in many years. So popular, in fact, that a one-man show poking gentle fun at “Downton Abbey” is touring the country, including a stop at MSU’s Wharton Center this week.
For those who missed out on Sunday’s Downton Abbey season opener: It’s “advantage Tony” where Mary is concerned; the wily Barrow once again snatched victory from the jaws of defeat; and the surprise star of Season 5/Episode 1 was Moseley’s hair. The runaway PBS hit from England continues to captivate US TV audiences.
Fri. Jan. 9 at 2pm and Sat. Jan. 10 at noon on 90.5 FM | Celebrated film composer John Lunn talks about his life and career, composing for Downton Abbey, the Edwardian era, and some of his favorite music from that period.