The wonderful Father Brown cycles back on screen to solve more mysteries in the sleepy Cotswold village of Kembleford in this fifth series based on the short stories by G. K. Chesterton.
Full of humour and compassion, but with a big dramatic twist each time, this series remains true to the period charm of the original character and setting while bringing a sharp contemporary edge to the storytelling.
Hugely popular sitcom following Josh (Josh Widdicombe) and his flatmates Kate (Beattie Edmondson) and Owen (Elis James) and their relentlessly annoying landlord Geoff (Jack Dee). Frustrated, single and reliably grumpy, Josh feels completely stuck in his life with Kate and Owen, and as the series progresses, things only go from bad to worse.
Series showcasing some of the best new comedy talent, filmed in the iconic Radio Theatre at Broadcasting House. Series one has some top-class acts including Alex Edelman who discusses his bodybuilder twin and his passion for Greggs, Nish Kumar who discusses the benefits of having an 'ethnically ambiguous' face, as well as Adam Hess, James Acaster and Australian comedian Felicity Ward.
The twelfth and final series of the police drama which sees retired detectives re-investigate unsolved crimes. They don't always do things by the book - but they always get results.
As usual, series twelve features an all-star cast, including Tamzin Outhwaite, Nicholas Lyndhurst, Amy Nuttall, Bernard Cribbins, Tracy-Ann Oberman and more.
With award-winning premieres and returning series of well-known favourites, BBC Entertainment showcases seductive new contemporary drama and thrilling crime series, along with classic and cutting edge comedy.
It's also the home of firm favourites such as EastEnders, Doctor Who and Sherlock.