The future's looking bright for the eccentric Durrells, as we catch up with their lives on the beautiful island of Corfu. They're each channelling their heartbreak in different ways following the events in series three. Louisa's (Keeley Hawes, Bodyguard) keeping busy by opening the doors of the family villa as a guest house.
But with cousin Basil her only paying guest, business isn't exactly booming. Larry's struggling to get his risqué Black Book published and enjoying love with two ballet dancers, while Leslie's throwing himself back into his job (and shooting). Animal-mad Gerry now has ambitions to open his own zoo, and Margo's up for another new challenge as she decides to start her own beauty salon.
The hit sitcom returns, as Steve and Nicky keep wrongly believing in their dream move to the countryside. Their crumbling wreck of a house continues to heap problems on them - they have to deal with everything from an infestation of moths to a septic tank that's 'backing up', as Nicky's father Ken charmingly puts it.
A charity dine-off with neighbours Matt and Meena ends in disaster, and when Ken is made President of the Garthdale Bowls Club, Steve's attempts to ingratiate himself backfire spectacularly. All in all, Steve and Nicky's search for the good life is turning out to be a very bad move.
Ashley Jensen stars as the hard-talking but emotionallyfragile PR whizz, Agatha Raisin.
In series two, she’s returning from Cyprus after having her heart broken. As she begins to settle into her new home in the Cotswolds, it doesn’t take long for her to get involved with a new murder investigation. Now, she’s back for more mysteries and to help solve the crimes occurring in the community.
BBC First is the home of premium, original British drama – unmissable content that challenges perceptions and exceeds expectations.
From edgy new perspectives to a fresh look at classics, BBC First brings you unforgettable characters, unexpected stories and unmissable moments, first and express from the UK.
Catch up on your favourite soaps only two days after their UK premiere and enjoy Arabic subtitles on specially selected prime-time shows. Welcome to BBC First.