Agatha Christie

And Then There Were None (Review)

Luke McGrath | Posted 13.01.2017 | UK Entertainment
Luke McGrath

The second Agatha Christie novel on my list of books I want to read, And Then There Were None joins The Murder of Roger Ackroyd as one of the most fam...

The Murder Of Roger Ackroyd (Review)

Luke McGrath | Posted 03.01.2017 | UK Entertainment
Luke McGrath

As a Poirot and Agatha Christie fan, The Murder of Roger Ackroyd is the first novel on my to-read list that I have read before. Probably more than twi...

Aidan's Abs Are Still All That 'And Then There Were None' Viewers Can Talk About

The Huffington Post UK | Ashley Percival | Posted 29.12.2015 | UK Entertainment

Agatha Christie's ‘And Then There Were None’ reached a gripping conclusion on Monday (28 December) night, as viewers tuned in to find out who was ...

Whodunnit? Scientists Finally Crack Agatha Christie's Formula

The Huffington Post UK | Caroline Frost | Posted 03.08.2015 | UK Entertainment

On the 125th anniversary of Agatha Christie's birth, scientists have finally come up with a formula for identifying the murderer in her best-selling w...

Caroline Frost

TV REVIEW: Tuppence Short-Changed In Too Arch Christie Caper | Caroline Frost | Posted 27.07.2015 | UK Entertainment

The lighting is glorious, the production values are beyond high, hats sit at a jaunty angle and the tea cups are all perfectly tinkly… so why does t...

Top Fictional Hotels From TV, Film and Literature | Posted 08.11.2014 | UK Entertainment

This week sees the release of the most hotly-anticipated book for years: The Monogram Murders by Sophie Hannah. The new novel is the first to feature world-renowned Belgian sleuth Hercule Poirot since the death of original creator Agatha Christie. Little is known about the upcoming novel apart from its setting: the mysterious Bloxham Hotel. And so to celebrate, has compiled a list of the most iconic fictional hotels.

A Herculean Task - Adapting Poirot For TV

Roger Crow | Posted 25.01.2014 | UK Entertainment
Roger Crow

Acclaimed playwright Nick Dear, the man who penned Danny Boyle's version of Frankenstein (with Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller) for the National Theatre, knows the character better than most, having adapted six of Christie's Poirot novels for the small screen.

WATCH: Are We Ready To Bid Adieu To Poirot?

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Entertainment

Those with a fondness for a certain egg-headed, stubborn but strangely gifted Belgian detective must prepare to raise a glass and shed a tear on Wedne...

Matthew Tucker

'Alex Rider' Returns | Matthew Tucker | Posted 12.09.2013 | UK Entertainment

Anthony Horowitz (right) is a man on the go - not just because the author has a new series of his ITV drama Foyle's War on the horizon, or is in the m...

Poirot Is Back

The Huffington Post UK | Matthew Tucker | Posted 04.09.2013 | UK Entertainment

The "little grey cells" of Agatha Christie fans are to be treated to another crime-sleuthing adventure from Hercule Poirot for the first time in nearl...

Caroline Frost

REVIEW: 'Miss Marple' - A Cool Cast In A Hot-Blooded Tale | Caroline Frost | Posted 16.06.2013 | UK Entertainment

While Poirot found plenty of evil under the sun generally, Miss Marple was able to pin it down to the Caribbean in this lush, lusty tale of greed, pas...

Mega Cast Mark Anniversary Of World's Longest Running Play

PA/Huffington Post UK | Posted 18.01.2013 | Home

Sir Patrick Stewart and Julie Walters performed this week with a star-studded cast to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the world's longest running st...

The Orient Express - A Steamy Adventure

Akeela Bhattay | Posted 15.12.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Akeela Bhattay

Now, you might be wondering how one serves soup on a moving train without major spillage and frenzy, yet I our friendly steward ladles the silky mélange without an ounce of uncertainty. He is a soup artist, I say.

Why Did This 37p Agatha Christie Novel Sell For £40,000?

The Huffington Post UK | Sam Parker | Posted 26.08.2012 | Home

An Agatha Christie book that originally sold for 37p has fetched an eye-watering £40,630 at auction – because the cover includes a rare early depic...

Agatha Christie Surfing Pioneer

The Huffington Post | Tara Kelly | Posted 28.09.2011 | UK

There's no doubt Agatha Christie had a love for telling a gripping murder mystery. But now it appears her talents extended from the typewriter to the ...