Great Performances will be broadcasting Rupert Goold's Macbeth (starting Patrick Stewart, among others) tonight.
It looks like a bloody, great performance (no, that isn't swearing—those are coordinate adjectives modifying the noun).* Here's a preview:
Check your local listings for precise information. Later, we'll discuss.
*This joke has its origins, for me, in Lord Peter Whimsey. Although I can't cite the exact quote he uses at the present moment, I want to avoid plagiarism like the plague. Thank you.
Update: The joke's origin is in Dorthoy L. Sayers, Clouds of Witness, New York: Harper and Row, 1987.
Thank you very much.To-day Parker and I hold high revel. To-day he shows me all the bloody footprints—it's all right, Helen, that's not swearin', that's an adjective of quality. (31)
Links: The Film at IMDB.