Agatha Christie To Come To BBC One

BBC One is to become the new home of Agatha Christie in the UK, and today exclusively announces the first two commissions – new adaptations of ‘And Then There Were None’ and ‘Partners In Crime’.

‘And Then There Were None’ is Christie’s most successful work and has sold over 100 million copies worldwide. The story is timeless, dark and gripping: 10 strangers stranded on an island. One by one they start to die. The new adaptation will be penned by writer Sarah Phelps.

‘Partners In Crime’ will see crime-fighting duo Tommy and Tuppence return to the screen in a six-part adventure thriller series set in the 1950s and starring David Walliams as Tommy.



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