Due to changes to the Casualty schedule in the UK, there will be no new episode on BBC Entertainment on Friday 11th October.
Casualty will return on Friday 18th October with a brand new instalment of this popular series.
Frank Hathaway (Mark Benton) is a down-at-heel private investigator and Luella Shakespeare (Jo Joyner - Eastenders) is his rookie sidekick. Together they form the unlikeliest of partnerships as they investigate the inhabitants of rural Warwickshire and their secrets in this gently comedic drama series.
Despite their mutual antipathy, they soon become a formidable team of detectives as they investigate the murdered Mayor of Arden in 'The Chimes at Midnight'. In 'The Promised End' the detectives work against the clock to protect an undertaker when it is discovered that hitmen are making an attempt on his life.
This crime fighting duo offer an enjoyably daft take on the much-loved British tradition of the detective series, without the need to put you off your lunch.
Emilia Fox returns as Doctor Nikki Alexander in the award-winning crime drama series. After the death of Professor Leo Dalton, new Lyell Centre boss Thomas Chamberlain struggles to impress the team.
Nikki's ground-breaking courtroom testimony frees a convicted killer, while a new and very similar murder sees her lock horns with the detective who worked on the original case. Nikki and Jack investigate the violent murder of a young woman found in a remote Scottish forest.
When the body of a pregnant Northern Irish girl is discovered in a suitcase, the team face the urgent task of finding the baby snatched from her womb. And the murder of a 15-year-old schoolgirl forces Jack to confront his troubled past...
The roll call of stand-ups who have performed in front of a live audience at the world-famous Hammersmith Apollo plays out like a Who's Who of comedic royalty, and the new season is no different.
Each episode sees a stand-up legend act as compere and perform to the audience, before introducing two of the best stand-ups currently on the comedy circuit.
This series features Rob Beckett, Henning Wehn, Ed Byrne, Sara Pascoe, Katherine Ryan and many 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.