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4th March 2019

Join the Read Christie 2019 challenge: our third book is The Mirror Crack'd from Side to Side

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1st February 2017

Book of the Month: The Big Four

Cobbled together from 12 short stories, this was one of Christie’s least favourite novels. Judge it for yourself.

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23rd December 2016

Sarah Phelps takes on her third Agatha Christie adaptation

Find out which Agatha Christie story the phenomenal screenwriter will adapt next.

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21st December 2016

Be surprised by Agatha Christie

A few of our favourite facts about Agatha Christie, whose fascinating life inspired many of her stories.

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1st December 2016

The Witness for the Prosecution and Other Stories

December's Book of the Month is short story collection which includes an introduction by Sarah Phelps.

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29th November 2016

The Witness for the Prosecution to air on Boxing Day

Agatha Christie returns to BBC this Christmas with a brand new two-part adaptation.

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25th November 2016

Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap enters its 65th year

How many of these facts about the world's longest running stage production did you know?

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15th November 2016

Penélope Cruz is boarding the Orient Express

Penélope Cruz is the latest actress to join the all-star ensemble cast for Kenneth Branagh’s adaptation.

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4th November 2016

How many of these Christie references have you seen?

From an episode of Family Guy to Eminem’s latest song, discover some surprising references to Agatha Christie.

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1st November 2016

November's Book of the Month: Third Girl

Discover the thirtieth Hercule Poirot novel and get an insight into Christie's views of the swinging sixties.

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