The BBC Unveils Bumper Festive Drama Line Up

The BBC has unveiled its Christmas line-up, which is sure to delight with a strong drama offering.

Sally Wainwright’s (Last Tango In Halifax) new one-off drama To Walk Invisible tells the story of the Brontë sisters and the obstacles they faced as they rose from obscurity to produce some of the greatest novels in the English language.

Kim Cattrall, Andrea Riseborough, Toby Jones and David Haig star in Sarah Phelps’ (And Then There Were None) two-part adaptation of Agatha Christie’s short story The Witness For The Prosecution.

Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman return for series four of Sherlock, which will begin with Doctor Watson and his wife, Mary, preparing for their biggest challenge yet: becoming parents!

Call The Midwife travels to South Africa as the staff at Nonnatus House find themselves fighting to save the tiny mission hospital, Hope Clinic.

Anne Reid, Derek Jacobi and Sarah Lancashire are back for a two-part special of Last Tango in Halifax set two years after Kate’s tragic death, and Caroline is coming to terms with yet more changes in her life.

Jonathan Creek (Alan Davies) is called upon to help solve a macabre mystery when the gruesome rituals of 150 years ago in the dungeon of Daemons’ Roost are frighteningly revived with horrifying consequences.

And, Doctor Who heads to New York as Peter Capaldi joins forces with an investigative journalist and a superhero in a bid to save the city in The Return of Mysterio.