Win BBC One’s ‘And Then There Were None’ on DVD!

BBC One brought one of Agatha Christie’s best-selling crime novels to life this Christmas in thrilling murder mystery drama, And Then There Were None. > Buy And Then There Were None on DVD on Amazon. To celebrate its DVD release on Monday 11 January from RLJ Entertainment’s Acorn label , we’ve got DVDs to give … >

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‘And Then There Were None’ episode guide

BBC One’s new adaptation of Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None airs this Christmas. Based on the best-selling crime novel of all time, the three-part drama has been adapted for TV by Sarah Phelps (The Casual Vacancy, Great Expectations). The all-star ensemble cast includes Aidan Turner (Poldark) as Philip Lombard, Sam Neill (Jurassic Park) … >

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Filming begins on Agatha Christie’s ‘And Then There Were None’ for BBC One

BBC One’s new adaptation of Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None has started shooting. Based on the best-selling crime novel of all time, the three-part drama has been adapted for TV by Sarah Phelps (The Casual Vacancy, Great Expectations). The all-star ensemble cast includes Aidan Turner (Poldark) as Philip Lombard, Sam Neill (Jurassic Park) … >

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David Thewlis to lead BBC One’s ‘An Inspector Calls’ adaptation

The cast has been announced for BBC One’s new adaptation of JB Priestley’s classic play An Inspector Calls. Harry Potter actor David Thewlis will play The Inspector, alongside Ken Stott (The Hobbit) as Arthur Birling and Miranda Richardson (Mapp & Lucia) as his wife Sybil Birling. The cast also include Chloe Pirrie (Black Mirror), Kyle … >

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‘Mapp and Lucia’ Episode 3 review

The petty jealousy and absurd one-upmanship continues in this final instalment of BBC One’s Mapp and Lucia. My cringing discomfort at the ridiculousness of the titular characters at times moves me to want to grab them by the kingfisher blue lapels and shout at them that maybe their lives would be a little bit more … >

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‘Mapp and Lucia’ Episode 2 review

Insufferable is the word I keep coming back to when I try to find new and novel ways of describing the two titular characters of BBC One’s Mapp and Lucia. Insufferable, insufferable, insufferable. I’m not normally one to engage in schadenfreude; indeed, sometimes I do think my empathy for make believe characters extends far further … >

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