Celebrating 400 years of Shakespeare, this adaptation by Russell T Davies (Doctor Who) is packed with fun, invention and spectacle. Brought to life by an award-winning cast of established stars and exciting newcomers, this is A Midsummer Night’s Dream for everyone.
Series 3Thursdays at 8.30pm from August 11
In war-torn France, a sinister new battle awaits the Musketeers. The swashbuckling hit series returns for a thrilling third series as the intrepid foursome face their greatest challenge yet.
Heroes on the battlefield, the Musketeers return from the Spanish front to a Paris seething with resentment.
The A Word
Sundays at 8.30pm from September 4
The A Word is a six-part drama series about a messy, extended family with a child newly diagnosed with autism. At the heart of the family are Alison and Paul Hughes, a couple in their mid-30s building a life in the Lake District for themselves and their two children: teenage daughter Rebecca and five year-old son Joe — a beautiful, dreamy boy who’s never knowingly without his headphones.
Duck Quacks Don’t Echo
Series 2Sundays at 8.30pm from September 4
Host Lee Mack (Would I Lie to You) and a team of panelists puts the important questions to the test. Questions such as 'Is it true that redheads have a higher tolerance to pain than brunettes or blondes?'.
Is it true that redheads have a higher tolerance to pain than brunettes or blondes? Will a cow really produce more milk if you give it a name? These statements and many more will be put to the test by a panel of celebrity guests in the entertaining new series Duck Quacks Don't Echo.
Walking the Nile
Tuesdays at 8.30pm from September 6
This four-part series follows British explorer Levison Wood’s expedition to walk the length of the River Nile from source to sea. His nine-month, seven million step journey takes him through jungles, savannah, deserts, cities and war zones in some of the continent’s most remote and spectacular locations.
Series 2Weekdays at 12.00pm from August 8
Let’s Play inspires preschoolers to explore the magic of play through dressing up, role play and pretending to be… well just about anybody. Step through the Magic Curtain and be transformed into rocking rock stars to clumsy clowns, intrepid jungle explorers and high-flying helicopter pilots. The new series of Let’s Play takes presenters Sid Sloane and Rebecca Keatley off on an exciting adventure into an animated world as they take on the role of a colourful character.
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