Agatha Christie's And Then There Were None and her lesser known (not to us) sleuths Tommy and Tuppence are to be brought to the screen as part of a series of BBC programs marking the 125th anniversary of her birth.
And Then There Were None, her most-read book, is to be adapted by Sarah Phelps into a three-part drama.
David Walliams will play Tommy (Tommy & Tuppence) in a six-part series Partners in Crime.
A series of documentaries about the British crime writer are also planned.
It is not yet known who will play Tuppence to Walliams's Tommy in the latest adaptation of their crime-solving adventures.