A powerful five-part drama for BBC One, which sees the conflict of the First World War unfold through the eyes of two very ordinary young men. Written by Tony Jordan (Hustle, Life on Mars), the series has been commissioned as part of the BBC’s programming to mark the Centenary of WW1.
The Apprentice returns on Tuesday 14 October 2014 at 9pm on BBC One and BBC One HD for a tenth series, as Lord Sugar and his advisors, Nick Hewer and Karren Brady, put a new group of candidates through the toughest business test going - with a twist right from the start. Upping the ante this year, Lord Sugar will be testing the business know-how of not 16 but 20 potential business partners in the battle for his investment.
Our Girl returns to BBC One with a five-part series written by Tony Grounds and made by BBC Drama Production. The series follows 2013’s highly successful single drama which drew a consolidated audience of 6.3 milllion and received a nomination at the RTS Awards for Best Single Drama.
The new 10-part series sees cast members Tamzin Outhwaite (Sasha Miller) and Nicholas Lyndhurst (Dan Griffin), who were introduced at the end of the last series, established alongside Denis Lawson (Steve McAndrew) and Dennis Waterman (Gerry Standing) as the team of retired ex-coppers reinvestigating the Met’s unsolved crimes.
The BBC is working with four British universities to create a series of massive open online courses (MOOCs*) on World War One (WW1), which will be available on the social learning platform, FutureLearn.com.
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