The writer behind a string of BBC adaptations of Agatha Christie novels has dismissed complaints that she strayed too far from the much-loved books.
The Pale Horse will be the next Agatha Christie novel to be adapted for the BBC.
The BBC’s award-winning drama A Very English Scandal is to spawn a series of spin-off anthologies with the initial focusing on the first woman to be publicly “slut shamed”.
The writer of the BBC adaptation of Agatha Christie’s The ABC Murders has likened the rise of modern populism to that of fascism in post-First World War Britain.
John Malkovich has said that Hercule Poirot and Agatha Christie fans “may just hate” his take on the Belgian detective.