Start your obsession with this hugely popular drama series all over again on BBC First this summer.
The multi award-winning and universally acclaimed series sees Vicky McClure, Martin Compston and Adrian Dunbar at the helm of the anti-corruption unit AC-12, fighting to expose crooked police professionals.
When DS Steve Arnott (Martin Compston), a former firearms officer who finds himself at the wrong end of a botched operation, decides to expose his fellow officers, he catches the eye of AC-12 Superintendent, Ted Hastings (Adrian Dunbar).
When Arnott transfers to AC-12, he realises his first target is the city's top detective, DCI Tony Gates. Not only is Tony one of the most popular cops on the force, but his squad has returned the best crime figures for three consecutive years. Arnott soon finds himself in a cat-and-mouse struggle as he slowly unearths his superior's secrets.
Also stars Lennie James (The Walking Dead, Save Me).
Brooding drama set in 18th-century Cornwall and based on the international bestselling novels by Winston Graham.
It is 1783, and Ross Poldark (Aiden Turner) returns from the American War of Independence battlefield to his beloved Cornish home to find his world in ruins: his father dead, his house wrecked and his sweetheart Elizabeth engaged to his cousin. Britain is in the grip of a turbulent crisis, with rising prices, falling wages and civil unrest, but Ross resolves to forge a new life by marrying a young and fiery working-class redhead called Demelza - and throwing himself passionately into reopening his family mine with his cousin Francis. However, it's not all plain sailing when Demelza struggles to fit in with Ross' middle class lifestyle and the business constantly struggles to even pay the workers' wages.
Starring Aiden Turner, Eleanor Tomlinson and Heida Reed, Debbie Horsfield's adaptation of Winston Graham's first two novels skilfully intertwines love, heartache, passion and devastation all set against the contrasting and unpredictable backdrop of poverty and opulence, violent seas and wind-beaten moors.
Award winning comedy drama Cold Feet returns for an eighth series. Packed full of highs and heart-breaking lows, the series follows a tight-knit group of friends as they navigate their way through mid-life, facing whatever life throws at them, together.
Adam (James Nesbitt) is back on the singles market, but for once in his life he’s not finding any takers – has he finally lost his mojo?
Pete (John Thomson) on the other hand appears to have found his and, having recently renewed their wedding vows, some alfresco action is the icing on Pete and Jen's cake. However, mature student Jenny's (Fay Ripley) happiness is short lived when some unexpected news sends her into a tailspin.
Fiercely independent Karen (Hermione Norris) is more interested in work than relationships, especially when a mystery author’s manuscript lands on her desk.
Meanwhile, David (Robert Bathurst) and Nikki (Siobhan Finneran) expecting a more frugal life until Nikki’s divorce settlement comes through, tipping the usual balance. How far will David go to protect his pride?
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