Doctor Who's Matt Smith and Captain America's Sam Hoare star in this powerful and uplifting story of two athletes from very different backgrounds who competed together at the 1948 London Olympics.
Follow the compelling journey of boat builder's son Bert Bushnell and Oxford educated Richard 'Dickie' Burnell, an unlikely pair who are thrown together as double sculling partners just weeks before the rowing final, and must overcome their differences and rise above social adversity to push themselves to their physical and emotional limits.
A bold and passionate drama telling the story of the prolific Anne Lister, a landowner, industrialist and traveller from Yorkshire, who defied the conventions of her 19th century life in more ways than one.
Anne was a lesbian who defied social norms by living openly with her female lover, and kept a detailed account for her life in a fascinating and painfully honest diary.
The second series of the 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).
This time around, a recently single Josh discovers that it's a terrible idea to let Owen anywhere near his personal life, and a night out with some old friends turns uncomfortable when the flatmates discover that some secrets are best left unrevealed.
Suranne Jones and Lesley Sharp return in Sally Wainwright's drama exploring the personal and professional lives of two female detectives - Rachel Bailey and Janet Scott.
After the murder of Rachel's ex-boyfriend Nick Savage in series two, series three reveals how Rachel finally managed to prove she was innocent and keep her job. She's now married to new boyfriend Sean, but did she go through with the wedding for the right reasons? Meanwhile, Janet fails to patch things up with husband Adrian and they decide to divorce.
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.