Following the success of And Then There Were None last Christmas, the BBC will be screening eight more Agatha Christie adaptations.
This year we will be getting The Witness For The Prosecution, adapted by Sarah Phelps, directed by Julian Jarrold and starring Toby Jones (who seems to be in everything these days), Andrea Riseborough, and Kim Cattrall.
And this week the BBC announced it has acquired the rights to seven more titles. Ordeal By Innocence is up first, by the same production company that made And Then There Were None and Poldark (both of which starred Aidan Turner). Amongst the other six are Egyptian history-mystery Death Comes as the End and The ABC Murders.