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Week 52 highlights
Magic Light Pictures, the multi Oscar-nominated production company is bringing much-loved children’s picture book Zog to BBC One this Christmas.
As Poplar prepares for Christmas, the nuns travel to the Mother House to elect a new mother superior.
It's Christmas Eve and Andrew Bennett (Stephen Merchant - The Office, Extras) has failed to buy his daughter's main present - the elusive Sparklehoof the Unicorn Princess.
This Christmas, the next instalment in the collection of Agatha Christie stories adapted for the BBC is The ABC Murders. Bafta-nominated writer Sarah Phelps returns to explore the 20th Century through Christie’s work in this adaptation of the classic 1936 title.
As Take That mark their 30th anniversary, one of Britain’s most successful and best-loved bands will be celebrated in a special one-off programme coming to BBC One this Christmas.
It’s a bleak midwinter in the Shakespeare household as the family comes to terms with a cruel loss.
Mark Gatiss brings the Christmas ghost story tradition back to life with The Dead Room, a chilling new tale for BBC Four.
BBC One’s star-studded, epic new adaptation of the much loved classic concludes with this second feature-length episode.
In British comedy there is a line in the sand - and that line is Billy Connolly.
As A.B.C. dominates the news, the public are demanding answers, fearing for their lives. Without any warning, the A.B.C. murderer strikes again in the bathroom of Embsay station, where Ernie Edwards is murdered.
Despite being warned off the case by Inspector Crome (Rupert Grint), Hercule (John Malkovich) continues to conduct his own investigation into the A.B.C. killer. He receives another letter promising a murder in Churston.
Michael McIntyre's annual festive special returns to BBC One this Christmas, stuffed with big stars, big laughs and bigger surprises!
When the clock strikes midnight most children are fast asleep - but for the Midnight Gang the journey is just beginning.
It's Christmas week and the residents of the estate where Conor, Jock and Mairead live have been fighting eviction from the council for over a month.
Kiss my chuddies, man, Goodness Gracious Me is 20!
For the first time since their original broadcast in 1968, two episodes of Morecambe and Wise will be played on BBC Two this Christmas after the original colour tapes were lost for 50 years.
Airing as two special feature-length episodes this Christmas, BBC One’s star-studded new adaptation of Watership Down uses Richard Adams’ bestselling novel as its source to bring an innovative interpretation to the much loved classic.
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