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Rollem Productions, the BBC and BritBox are overjoyed to announce a winning cast for their new stand-alone series of the critically acclaimed and hugely popular BBC One drama The Syndicate.
The teaser includes footage of new series two cast members Andrew Scott (John Parry), Jade Anouka (Ruta Skadi), Terence Stamp (Giacomo Paradisi) and Simone Kirby (Dr. Mary Malone) as well as the very first glimpse at the mysterious city of Cittàgazze.
Joe McFadden will reprise his role as Raf Di Lucca and will grace the Holby City wards once again for a special episode which will air later this month on BBC One.
Starring Lesley Manville, Samantha Morton, Jessica Brown Findlay and Liv Tyler, BBC Two will air all three series of the critically acclaimed period drama Harlots, acquired by the channel from ITV Studios.
BBC England focuses commissioning spend on a broader slate and collaborations aimed at young audiences
New music commissions from BBC England to include a brand new collaboration with Radio 1 and 1Xtra, plus BBC England explores new genres with BBC Three.
Ben Whishaw (A Very English Scandal, Skyfall, London Spy) will star in the new series This Is Going To Hurt, produced by global content company Sister (Giri/Haji, Chernobyl, Gangs Of London) in association with Terrible Productions.
Drama lovers all over the land have something to celebrate. As part of BBC Arts’ Culture in Quarantine, which aims to continue to bring culture into the homes of audiences during lockdown, BBC Arts, the Lyric Theatre, BBC Northern Ireland - with support from the Arts Council of Northern Ireland - are collaborating on some new theatre commissions from Northern Ireland.
This summer is set to get even hotter when the who’s who of drama, music, sport and show business will battle it out to become Celebrity MasterChef 2020, as the ever-popular series produced by Shine TV, returns to prime-time BBC One
BBC Two’s Springwatch announces guest presenters, Steve Backshall, Ellie Harrison, Gordon Buchanan and Megan McCubbin
As Springwatch returns to BBC Two on Tuesday 26 May for a special series of live programmes Chris Packham, Gillian Burke and Iolo Williams will be joined by guest presenters Steve Backshall, Ellie Harrison, Gordon Buchanan and Megan McCubbin from their home patches across the country.
Brand new series I’ve Been There sees three celebrities open up to presenter and Radio 1 host Katie Thistleton about a significant issue they have faced.
I May Destroy You (12 x 30) is created, executive produced, stars and is co-directed by Bafta Award-winning Michaela Coel. This fearless, frank and provocative series explores the question of sexual consent in contemporary life and how, in our modern landscape of dating and relationships, we make the distinction between liberation and exploitation.
Starring Jodie Comer, Monica Dolan, Martin Freeman, Tamsin Greig, Sarah Lancashire, Lesley Manville, Lucian Msamati, Maxine Peake, Rochenda Sandall, Kristin Scott Thomas, Imelda Staunton and Harriet Walter (L-R, above).
Adapted and co-written by Sally Rooney, alongside writers Alice Birch and Mark O’Rowe, Normal People is a 12x30 drama for BBC Three, BBC One and Hulu, made by award-winning production company Element Pictures (The Favourite, Room, The Lobster and Dublin Murders).
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