Part 2 of Series 2 premieres May 29.
Premieres May 1. In the first season of this acclaimed BBC series that inspired the HBO miniseries The Night Of, a night out on the town turns into a waking nightmare for 22-year-old Ben Coulter (Ben Whishaw, Skyfall, The Danish Girl), as he finds himself charged with murder and facing life in prison. Series 2 follows Juliet Miller (Maxine Peake, Silk), an outwardly happy stay-at-home mom with a wealthy husband (Matthew McFayden, Ripper Street, Pride & Prejudice). After an evening at home goes terribly wrong, Juliet must face a jury if she's ever to see her daughter again. "Distinctive...haunting" -The Guardian, UK
Premieres May 26. A drama series about food, love and infidelity in Cornwall. Leo Vincent (Iain Glen, Game of Thrones, Jack Taylor) is a successful chef with more than a few secrets: he stole most of his recipes from his ex-wife Gina (Dawn French, The Vicar of Dibley), who he cheated on for years. Now married to "the other woman" (Emilia Fox, Silent Witness), Leo is having yet another affair...with Gina. After a shocking death, Gina is forced to evaluate her closest relationships. "The series has offered a visual feast but it's the sure-footed storytelling and strong central performances that has got me hooked" - Radio Times
Coming in June. She's a workaholic lawyer with a conscience and a messy personal life. As a crown prosecutor, Helen West (Amanda Burton, The Commander, Silent Witness) deals with domestic abuse, sexual molestation, and murder. Driven by a strong sense of justice and compassion, she pursues cases even when her boss insists she drop them and goes out of her way to offer victims a helping hand. Although she's determined to right the wrongs in others' lives, her own personal affairs could use some work, particularly her relationship with handsome policeman Geoffrey Bailey (Conor Mullen, Reckless, Holby City).
Premieres May 15. Documentary cameras return to the original practice of Alf Wight (James Herriot was his nom de plume) in Thirsk, North Yorkshire. All vets at Skeldale have been trained to deal with all animals great and small with the expertise to administer medical aid and surgical skills to any animal whatever its size - from alpacas to piglets, cats to cows, hamsters to horses, bulldogs to bullocks, no animal is too big or too small for this truly rural practice.