Top Coppers follows the adventures of cops John Mahogany and Mitch Rust, as they attempt to rid the fictional world of Justice City from its deranged criminal underworld. Starring John Kearns (Foster’s Edinburgh Comedy Award Winner 2014) and Steen Raskopoulos (2014 Edinburgh Best Newcomer nominee).
Later this month, some of the world’s most spectacular marine animals will gather in a very special place - Monterey Bay, California. Blue whales, humpbacks, sea lions, dolphins and great white sharks are just some of the animals that head to these food-rich waters each August.
The BBC and partners today unveiled the BBC micro:bit - a pocket-sized, codeable computer that allows children to get creative with technology. In the BBC’s most ambitious education initiative for 30 years, up to 1 million devices will be given to every 11 or 12 year-old child in year 7 or equivalent across the UK, for free.
BBC One brings Agatha Christie’s married couple Tommy and Tuppence to life in two new adventures told over six episodes.
A Song For Jenny is the true story of Julie Nicholson's response to her daughter Jenny’s murder in the July 7th bombing at Edgware Road tube station. Starring Emily Watson as Julie, A Song For Jenny details the dramatic and profound impact of violence on one woman and a family.
Created and written by Tony Saint (Margaret Thatcher: Long Walk To Finchley, Strike Back) and directed by Farren Blackburn (Luther, The Fades, The Musketeers), The Interceptor is a gripping eight-part series about a state-of-the-art law enforcement team whose unswerving mission is to hunt down some of Britain’s most dangerous criminals.
This summer the world’s elite women footballers will come together to compete in the FIFA Women’s World Cup – and for the first time ever the BBC is bringing audiences full coverage of this hotly anticipated event.
From the end of May, BBC Arts celebrates The Genius Of British Cinema in a season of documentaries, films and events across BBC Two, BBC Four, Radio 4, Radio 5 Live, BBC iPlayer and online at bbc.co.uk/arts.
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