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The Game

Mondays at 8.30pm from March 23

A stylish, edgy spy thriller set in the Cold War, where enemies and allies can’t always be separated, and espionage means getting your hands dirty. When a defecting KGB officer reveals the existence of a devastating Soviet plot, codenamed Operation Glass, the charismatic but paranoid head of MI5, known simply as Daddy, assembles a secret committee of intelligence officers to investigate.

Frankie

Tuesdays at 8.30pm from March 17

Frankie is a new six-part series created and written by Lucy Gannon (The Best of Men, Soldier Soldier). This heart-warming, funny and ultimately life-affirming series is set in the challenging and complex world of district nursing.

The Driver

Thursdays at 8.30pm from March 19

The Driver is a new three-part thrilling drama written by BAFTA-winning writer Danny Brocklehurst (Clocking Off, Exile, Accused), starring award-winning actor David Morrissey in the lead role.

The Driver is the story of an ordinary man who – because of family mystery, frustration with his job and his life - makes a terrible decision.

Birds of a Feather

Series 11Sundays at 7:05pm from March 1

Following their triumphant return to the screen last year, Sharon, Tracey and Dorien return for what promises to be the best series yet.

There were never two more unlikely sisters than working class heroines Sharon and Tracey. Along with their friend and lodger, man-eater Dorien Green, they're back for another series of laugh-out-loud and bittersweet adventures.

Top Gear

Series 22Mondays at 7:30pm

Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May are on explosive form as they return for the brand new and extended 22nd series of the world’s biggest car programme.

In this series, Clarkson and May look at the highs and lows of one of France’s biggest car makers, Hammond pays a dramatic tribute to the dying days of the Land Rover Defender and Jeremy makes up his mind about the BMW i8 hybrid on a trip to buy some fish & chips.

Sarah and Duck

Series 2Weekdays at 8.10am from March 2

The wide-eyed, quacky, flappy, BAFTA-winning, pre-school adventure Sarah & Duck returns for a second series. Sarah and Duck live in a small village, in a small house, with a small wonky garden path and a red front door.

Together, they embark on simple but exciting adventures, exploring their world both near and far in their own wobbly and imaginative way – finding a cloud tower, holding a mouse’s birthday party, and making a fun bubble bath for Umbrella.

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