Adattamenti difamosiromanzidi Agatha ChristieNovels And Then There Were None .
Scritta da Tony Jordan e realizzata dalla Red Planet Pictures.Serie con episodi di mezz'ora ci porterà nel
mondo di Dickens popolato dai personaggi dei suoi libri classici.Numero di episodi da confermare.
Comedy drama about three twenty-something young women experiencing their first slice of the real world post University - making terrible decisions, but having a brilliant time doing it
10-part supernatural thriller following criminologist Nathan Jones who makes a deal with the devil when his daughter is diagnosed with a brain tumour.
Full series of the drama that originally started life as a one-off programme in 2012
Eight part drama written by Paul Abbott focusing on a crumbling Victorian police office on the wrong side of Manchester.
Mitchell and Robert Webb lead the cast in their first new comedy drama
series; Our Men follows the lives and loves of the British Embassy team
in Tazbekistan, one of the ex-Soviet ‘Stans’. David Mitchell plays Keith
Davis, the newly appointed British Ambassador of Tazbekistan –
ambitious, he intends to make his mark in this posting. Standing beside
him is Neil Tilly, Deputy Head of Mission (Robert Webb). While Davis is
out representing Britain, Neil is in the Embassy pulling the levers and
managing the staff. It’s a tough posting where they are far more likely
to be drinking lethal vodka in the President’s hunting yurt than having
G&Ts on the lawn
Six-part crime drama from Abi Morgan. John River is a brilliant police officer whose genius and fault-line is the fragility of his mind - a man haunted by the murder victims whose cases he must lay to rest. A man who must walk a professional tightrope between a pathology so extreme he risks permanent dismissal, and a healthy state of mind that would cure him of his gift
Four-part thriller starring Philip Glenister as a small-time solicitor who is forced to delve into his murky past
Up the Women
New series of the suffragette sitcom starring Jessica Hynes which previously aired on BBC4.
War & Peace
Ambitious six-part adaptation from Mr. Selfridge writer Andrew Davies
The World That Women Made
series that sees Amanda Vickery travel from the Renaissance to the
20th century to explore and explain the story of female creativity
through the ages. Tackling art professionals and ordinary women, Amanda
will explore how the story of women in art can help us unlock the key to
the female psyche and how the representation can help us understand how
artistic attitudes and social tastes have evolved through the years