An Agatha Christie whodunit from the very top drawer.

If you’ve over- indulged on sweet treats from the Easter Bunny, this Agatha Christie adaptation will add a welcome dose of sharpness to the festivities.

The three-parter sees Anna Chancellor as uncompromising heiress Rachel Argyll who is beaten to death in the opening moments. But life at her family’s country pile, ironically named Sunny Point, is further shattered when a stranger rocks up with an alibi proving that Rachel’s disturbed adopted son, who was charged with her murder, wasn’t guilty.

The news goes down like a lead balloon with the secretive Argylls and their true colours start to shine… Bill Nighy and Poldark’s Eleanor Tomlinson also star.