Win BBC's And Then There Were None on DVD
To celebrate Agatha Christie’s 125th Anniversary, the BBC brings her hugely acclaimed book and one of the best-selling crime novels of all time to life in thrilling murder mystery drama, And Then There Were None.
Featuring a stunning all-star cast, it makes its DVD debut on 11 January 2016 from RLJ Entertainment’s Acorn label following its broadcast on BBC One over the Christmas holidays.
Set in 1939 this exciting, powerful three-part series follows ten strangers with dubious pasts who are drawn to a mysterious mansion on a remote island off the Devon coast. As the weather turns, they find themselves stranded and their hosts mysteriously absent. They soon discover they are each accused of a terrible crime for which a price must now be paid.
When members of the party start to mysteriously die; brutally slaughtered one by one, the ill-fated guests realise they may be harbouring the murderer among them. For if all are destined to die, who can their executioner be?
With a stellar cast including Douglas Booth (Great Expectations, The Riot Club), Charles Dance (Game of Thrones, The Imitation Game), Maeve Dermody (Black Water, Beautiful Kate), Burn Gorman (The Dark Knight Rises, Torchwood), Anna Maxwell Martin (The Bletchley Circle, Philomena), Sam Neill (Peaky Blinders, Jurassic Park), Miranda Richardson (Mapp & Lucia, Parade's End), Toby Stephens (Black Sails, Jane Eyre), Noah Taylor (Peaky Blinders, Game of Thrones) and Aidan Turner (Poldark, The Hobbit Trilogy), this grippingly dark drama is written by Sarah Phelps (The Casual Vacancy, Great Expectations), directed by award-winning Craig Viveiros (The Liability, Ghosted) and produced by Mammoth Screen and Agatha Christie Productions.
Who will survive and who is the killer? It’s time to find out in And Then There Were None.
Sunday, 31 January 2016 - 11:59pm
We have 4 copies of And Then There Were None DVD to give away; to enter just answer the question below:-
Gary Hopkinson, Marian Wynne Eames, Julie-Anne Hamling and Jayne Fisentzides