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Lucy Worsley explores the enigma of Agatha Christie. Over three episodes, she applies her historian’s powers of investigation to the Queen of Crime. And she uncovers a complex woman whose life – and work – reflects the upheavals of the 20th century.

Lucy discovers the origins of Agatha's most famous play, "The Mousetrap."
Lucy boards the SS Sudan, the paddle steamer that inspired "Death on the Nile."
Lucy examines Agatha Christie’s later life, learning how she became the "Queen of Crime."
Lucy Worsley turns detective to uncover how Agatha Christie developed a talent for murder.
In the wake of her divorce, Agatha takes a trip on the Orient Express.
Following the discovery of her abandoned car, the police launch a search for Agatha.
Lucy meets Agatha's great grandson, James Prichard, to discuss Agatha's upbringing.
Lucy and Jamie discuss "The Mysterious Affair at Styles," and Poirot's unique qualities.
Lucy investigates Agatha Christie's 1926 disappearance, and how it affected her writing.
Lucy Worsley investigates Agatha Christie, and the experiences that shaped her fiction.
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