The BBC, Mammoth Screen and Agatha Christie Limited have united for the latest Agatha Christie story to be adapted for television.
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‘Ding dong, ding dong, gotta lotta things on…’ as the beeb’s festive jingle once said.
BBC One is to make a major adaptation of Agatha Christie’s The Witness For The Prosecution. The drama will be adapted from the original story by Sarah Phelps for television.
Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None is the bestselling crime novel of all time, with 100 million copies sold worldwide. It was recently voted the world’s favourite Christie, and this Christmas, for the first time, a new television adaptation will be shown on BBC One.
Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None has begun production for a BBC One dramatisation of the book.
Agatha Christie’s Partners In Crime is to star David Walliams as Tommy and Jessica Raine as Tuppence in the two adventures, The Secret Adversary and N or M?
The BBC Drama department have announced a number of new commissions including Doctor Foster, Poldark, The C Word and Mapp And Lucia.
The BBC is to be the home of major new adaptations of Agatha Christie stories after signing a long-term deal to produce her works for the small screen.
Famous Belgian sleuth Hercule Poirot is set to return in print as a new novel will be published next year.
Whilst Poirot – as always played for ITV by the great David Suchet – is pre-occupied with investigating the strange and gruesome murder of an elderly psychiatrist, his old friend, the crime writer Ariadne Oliver – Zoë Wanamaker – has a case of her own to solve.