Deliciously dark writer-performers Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith return with a third collection of their award-winning films.
An argument about a restaurant bill spirals out of control, a karaoke night veers wildly off script, and a mysteriously exclusive art exhibition brings sharp new meaning to the term 'cutting-edge culture'.
Belly laughs and macabre twists combine in six endlessly inventive episodes with guest stars including Keeley Hawes, Jason Watkins and Philip Glenister.
English detective DCI Alan Banks returns in this fifth series of the popular crime drama. When Banks confronts a powerful adversary who has been dubbed by his superiors as too big to bring down, his dogged pursuit of justice sets in motion a chain of events that rips at the very fabric of his life - both professional and personal.
Helen encounters unexpected challenges when she tries for promotion and Annie pursues her own results-driven, gut instinct style of policing, which threatens to ruin her relationship with Banks.
Meanwhile, Banks is drawn into the dark world of self-harm when a school teacher and his pupil are found dead, Annie discovers a disturbing secret as the team investigate a kidnapping within Leeds' Chinese community.
Starring Dominic Cooper, this action-packed drama tells the real story of Ian Fleming, the man who created James Bond.
It is London, 1939. Ian Fleming is an irresponsible playboy living in the shadow of his dead war hero father and his domineering mother. When the Second World War breaks out, Ian finds himself with a job in Naval Intelligence.
At first, Ian is inclined to treat his new job as an adventure but, as the shocking consequences of war become ever clearer to him, he begins to learn where his real talents lie. Packed with lust, romance and humour this is the fascinating story of the man whose own life inspired one of the most iconic spies in modern literature - James Bond.
The series in which two teams of amateur collectors have an hour at an antiques fair in which to acquire the best bargains possible with £300 in their pockets returns to our screens for a new run.
As usual each team has an expert for guidance as they search for items to sell at auction at the end of the show.
This series includes a BBC Children in Need Special that sees BBC Radio 1 DJs Dev Griffin and Alice Levine and BBC Radio 4 presenters Nick Robinson and Aasmah Mir battling it out to find the best deals at Spitalfields Market.
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.