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.
Over 17 million people watched the BBC’s coverage of Andy Murray’s victory in last year’s Wimbledon men’s final and the magic of Wimbledon is back this summer across the BBC from 23 June-6 July, with unrivalled coverage across television, radio and digital with Sue Barker (BBC One, BBC One HD, BBC Two and BBC Two HD) and Clare Balding (BBC Radio 5 live).
With the return of one of the biggest multi-sport events to UK soil this summer, BBC Sport will bring audiences all the action live from the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games (23 July-3 August), across TV, radio, online and mobile.
Today BBC Arts Online, a new website capturing the best arts programming across the BBC, launches alongside BBC Arts at…, a new topical arts strand that gives audiences a front row seat at some of the best and most exciting cultural events across the UK.
The 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil (12 June-13 July) promises to be a spectacular feast of football and the BBC will deliver audiences every moment of this long-awaited tournament across television, radio and digital platforms – the first 24/7 World Cup.
From There to Here is produced by Kudos Film & Television for BBC One and stars Philip Glenister (Life On Mars, Mad Dogs), Bernard Hill (Five Days, Lord Of The Rings), Steven Mackintosh (What Remains, Inside Men), Saskia Reeves (Wallander, Luther), Liz White (Life On Mars, The Woman In Black), Daniel Rigby (Big School, Eric And Ernie) and Morven Christie (Hunted, 2012).
Welcome to the 2014 BBC Proms. With the Proms audience now truly international, this season we celebrate global classical music by welcoming more international ensembles to perform than ever before, including orchestras from China, Lapland, Singapore, South Korea and Turkey.
Daphne du Maurier’s classic gothic novel Jamaica Inn has been adapted by Emma Frost (The White Queen, Consuming Passion) and directed by BAFTA-winning director Philippa Lowthorpe (Call The Midwife, Five Daughters). It has been produced by Origin Pictures for BBC One.
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