Doctors is taking a two-week break on BBC Entertainment from Monday 22nd April – Friday 3rd May. This is to reflect the way the series is scheduled in the UK, where it regularly takes time off during the summer months.
During this time, viewers will be able to catch every episode of the classic BBC sitcom Fawlty Towers, with Doctors returning on Monday 6th May.
The good life soon turns bad in this bright new comedy about a disastrous move to the countryside, starring Jack Dee and Kerri Godliman. What's not to love about the countryside?
Fresh air, fresh eggs, and a fresh start. While it seems little could go wrong with a move to such an idyllic place, lifelong townies Steve and Nicky soon realise they have made a big mistake. In an age of technology, their new house is in an internet black hole, the locals can't stand them and Steve's web design business is, unsurprisingly, non-existent.
An intimate and revealing biopic of Britain's first mixedrace singing star, Shirley Bassey, charting an amazing career from her humble roots in 1930s Wales to her rise to international stardom in the 1960s.
Ruth Negga shines as the eponymous singer, who was born to a white English mother and Nigerian seafaring father, and discovered the power of her extraordinary voice at a very young age.
After moving to London to seek her fame and fortune, Shirley is ushered into the spotlight with the help of her agent Mike Sullivan, and falls in love with film producer Kenneth Hume - leading to a destructive power struggle between both men. Beneath the wealth, diamonds and furs, Shirley's life swings between triumph and tragedy.
Damian Lewis stars in this harrowing and fast-paced thriller about modern-day child trafficking in Britain.
Detective Anthony Carter struggles every day to make a difference to the plight of exploited children smuggled into the UK, so when he encounters Rosemary, a terrified young girl from West Africa brought over to be sold as a house slave, he vows to keep her safe.
Introducing Rosemary to his own daughter, Anthony attempts to win her trust and when she goes missing, the case becomes personal.
Fast-paced, emotionally wrought and entertaining political drama following the tumultuous days after the UK general election in 2010. The Liberal Democrats, often a distant third in previous elections, now hold the balance of power. With no clear winner, this could finally be their chance to govern. But will it be alongside Labour or the Conservatives?
Nick Clegg, the new kid on the Westminster block, now finds himself with the power to change the landscape of British politics - and the fate of his party - with one critical decision.
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.