As part of its Cyber Monday sales, the BBC Store is slashing up to 60% off select titles. Grab yourself some great deals on top dramas
[Update 25 November 2016]: Now includes new Black Friday deals including Luther, The Fall, The Thick of It, The Office, Line of Duty, Detectorists, The Trip, The Musketeers, Yes Minister/Yes Prime Minister, Ripper Street and In the Club.
[Update 28 November 2016]: New Cyber Monday Deals have been added.
The BBC Store is offering up to 60% off select titles as part of its Black Friday sales.
If you’re not sure what the BBC Store is, it’s a Video On Demand service offering around 10,000 hours of digital content spanning 60 years. What this means is that now you can purchase and download all your favourite shows and watch them at anytime on all of your devices.
There are deals to be had on Cyber Monday, with up to 75% off on series such as Luther, Ripper Street, The Fall, The Thick of It, The Office, Doctor Who and many more! Some of these titles even made our list for the greatest BBC dramas of all time.
We’ll be bringing you news of the titles included in their deals as we hear of them. All offers will end on Monday 28th November.
Luther Series 1-4 Bundle
Brilliant but self-destructive, Luther is the 21st Century Sherlock Holmes. His intellect when it comes to solving crimes is comparable to the most famous fictional detective of them all.
Luther is a series that’s unafraid to go to dark places, showcasing the very worst of human depravity in each episode. Idris Elba is in electrifying form as John Luther, his best role since The Wire.
The Fall Series 1-2 Bundle
Set in Belfast, Metropolitan Police Superintendent Stella Gibson is seconded to the Police Service of Northern Ireland in order to assess the progress of a murder investigation that has remained active longer than 28 days. When it becomes apparent a serial killer is on the loose, local detectives must work with Stella to find and capture the perpetrator.
Captivating, creepy and addictive viewing, The Fall is a brilliant show with Gillian Anderson in fine form as an ice queen Police Superintendent.
Ripper Street Series 1-3 Bundle
This sublime series follows the exploits of Inspector Edmund Reid (Matthew MacFadyen). Set in Whitechapel in the aftermath of the brutal Jack the Ripper murders, Reid is haunted by his failure to catch the infamous serial killer.
Served by faithful Sergeant Drake played by Jerome Flynn (Bronn from Game of Thrones), both men must maintain law and order on the tough streets of East London.
Dark, brutal and brilliant, Ripper Street is an atmospheric drama featuring a fantastic cast and compelling plotlines that brings a Victorian grittiness to the police procedural subgenre.
The Office Complete Collection
The TV success story of the Noughties, still devastatingly funny and utterly believable. Ricky Gervais is note-perfect as the boss who insists he’s “a chilled out entertainer”.
The Musketeers Series 1-2 Bundle
Wild, honorable adventures across land and sea with an elite group of soldiers who protect their Queen at any cost, especially from the evil Cardinal Richelieu (Peter Capaldi).
Line of Duty Series 1-3 Bundle
All three series of the electrifying, multi-award winning thriller set in the dark world of police corruption, which critics called “toe-curlingly, cushion-clutchingly tense”.
The Thick of It Series 1-4 Bundle
The complete, unexpurgated antics of spin doctor Malcolm Tucker, the government’s Director of Communications, and not a very “civil” civil servant.
The Trip Series 1-2 Bundle
Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon try not to kill each other while enduring lush hotels and perfect cuisine. Michael Winterbottom’s improvised series of comedy duels is an acerbic feast.
Yes, Minister 1-3 Bundle
Hacker arrives at the Department of Administrative Affairs and is soon tied up in red tape, trapped in Sir Humphrey’s endless sentences, and learning that it takes two to quango.
Yes, Prime Minister Series 1-2 Bundle
Jim Hacker is now running the country. Or rather, trying to, but being thwarted at every turn by Sir Humphrey!
In the Club Series 1-2 Bundle
Six very different women in the same condition: pregnant. United through a local parentcraft class, this is a saga of trauma and joy, where the only certainty is unpredictability.
Detectorists Series 1-2 Bundle
Mackenzie Crook and Toby Jones are two friends hunting for treasure and hiding from life in both series of this charming comedy which won BBC4 its highest ever comedy audience.
Doctor Who Cybermen Collection
This collection features 12 episodes of Doctor Who’s battles with the Cybermen, the fearsome cyborgs from Mondas.
Doctor Who: The Robot Collection
A robot’s prime directive is to help, not harm. But what happens when robot’s don’t play by the rules? Here’s a selection of classic encounters with mechanical menaces.
This Cyber Monday, get 9 series of Doctor for only £9. A ridiculous offer!
Doctor Who Greatest Moments - Series 1
Series featuring highlights from the sci-fi show, with exclusive interviews.
The Science of Doctor Who
In this one-off special, Professor Brian Cox takes an audience of celebrity guests and members of the public on a journey into the wonderful universe of the Doctor.
Nigel Kneale’s 1955 sci-fi thriller was one of television’s first true classics. Millions watched this remarkable tale about a fall of alien menace and government conspiracy.
Quatermass and the Pit
In this remarkable sci-fi thriller, Professor Bernard Quatermass. suspects ancient bones and a strange pod, unearthed in London, could hold the answer to a mystery going back centuries, and warn of a devastating threat to life on Earth today.
The Quatermass Experiment
Starring Jason Flemyng, Mark Gatiss and David Tennant, this is a contemporary retelling of Simon Neale’s classic 1953 science fiction serial.
The first manned flight into space is being supervised by Professor Bernard Quatermass of the British Experimental Rocket Group. When the spaceship that carried the first successful crew returns to Earth, two of the three astronauts are missing, and the third is behaving strangely. It becomes apparent that an alien presence entered the ship during its flight, and Quatermass and his associates must prevent the alien from destroying the world.
The Day of the Triffids
This well-remembered adaptation frighteningly depicts the chaos of post-apocalypse Britain, an alien menace only one of the threats to the survivors trying to rebuild civilisation.
The First Men in the Moon
An adaptation of the H.G. Wells novel which tells the story of a journey to the moon undertaken by the two gentlemen, a businessman, Mr. Bedford, and an eccentric scientist, Mr. Cavor.
Bedford and Cavor discover that the moon is inhabited by a sophisticated extraterrestrial civilization of insect-like creatures they call “Selenites”.
40 teams of amateur robot fighting enthusiasts battle it out to become Robot Wars Champion.
Maid Marian and her Merry Men Bundle
A favourite of ours when growing up, Maid Marian and her Merry Men tells the true story of what happened in Sherwood Forest. Robin Hood was in fact a cowardly tailor from Kensington, and Marian was the brains behind the Merry Men.
With her incompetant band of freedom fighters, Marian seeks to save the villagers of Worksop from the tyrany of King John and his cunning henchman, the tax-obsessed Sheriff of Nottingham.
Clever, funny and one of the best Children’s shows to emerge from the BBC, though adults will definitely be in stitches too.
The Hollow Crown: The War of the Roses
The Hollow Crown is a mini-series of adaptations of Shakespeare’s history plays: Henry VI Parts 1 and 2 and Richard III.
It’s also one of the best dramas from the BBC and yet another example of a show that closes the gap between the production values of the big screen and television. Featuring an all-star cast with Benedict Cumberbatch, Michael Gambon, Hugh Bonneville and Judi Dench.
From the performances to the cinematography, The Hollow Crown brings to life the sublime works of William Shakespeare.
Inside Obama's White House
For millions, the election of Barack Obama marked a new era of hope. This four-part series tells the story of how he tried to reshape America as told by his inner circle – and the president himself.
The audience gets behind-the-scenes access to the White House as President Obama tackles the economy, Guantanamo Bay, the Gun Lobby and also tells the story of his greatest legacy: national healthcare.
With contributions, from top strategists and advisors, policy-makers, senators and chiefs of staff, speakers from both sides. Inside Obama’s White House is undeniably excellent and absolutely fascinating to watch.
Danger Mouse: Volume 1
International secret-agent Danger Mouse and best friend Penfold return in this all-new series where they embark on the craziest, action-packed missions from London to Mars to the 6th dimension to the future!
The BBC have re-invented the classic childrens’ animated show for a modern audience, with the likes of Alexander Armstrong, Richard Osman, Kevin Eldon, Stephen Fry, Lena Headey and John Oliver all lending their vocal talents.
The Story of China
Home to over a billion people, China is the new superpower, a country we all want to understand now – and Wood argues that to do so we have to look at its history.
He travels across the country and explores the landscapes, peoples, stories and cultures that have helped create China’s distinctive character over more than 4000 years. Wood e meets people from all walks of life, explores ancient cities and traces some of the great moments in Chinese history – from their extraordinary voyages of exploration to their amazing scientific inventions.
Michael Wood brings us a fascinating look at the history of China with this brilliant and engaging documentary series.
Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy
Alec Guinness stars as the bespectacled spymaster George Smiley in this tense, claustrophobic espionage thriller.
When a mole is discovered at the heart of ‘The Circus’, Smiley is called out of retirement to lure him out. What follows is the unravelling of an ingenious Soviet plot that has seen their man burrowed thirty years deep in the heart of the Circus.
Based on the true story of Kim Philby, a high ranking member of British Intelligence who defected to the Soviet Union, this is a masterful adaptation of John Le Carré’s classic spy tale that’s one of the greatest BBC dramas of all time.
Hey Duggee: The Bubble Badge and Other Stories
Duggee is the leader of The Squirrel Club, which is an after-school club that is a place where kids can go to have adventures and earn activity badges.
There’s trouble at the club run by big dog Duggee today, when Happy has trouble blowing bubbles.
Hey Duggee is perfect for pre-schoolers. It’s bright, colourful and charming and features the dulcet tones of BAFTA award winning comedian Alexander Armstrong.
Genius of the Modern World
Historian Bettany Hughes retraces the lives of three great thinkers whose ideas shaped the modern world – Karl Marx, Frederick Nietzsche and Sigmund Freud.
A 3-part series, Hughes visits actual places of interest in the lives of these great thinkers and interviews several leading scholars on the various aspects of their intellectual and personal life.
Based on the facts we know about William Shakespeare, Ben Elton’s sitcom is about the life of the world’s favourite bard as it just might have been.
It’s the 1590s and Will (David Mitchell) is still at the start of his career. In London his plays are looked down on by his sinister rival Robert Greene, while his friends and fellow actors are baffled by Will’s weird new ideas.
He’s not taken very seriously in Stratford either where his mum and dad say his plays are boring, his teenage daughter makes fun of his flowery language and his wife Anne wonders how he can claim to be a great writer when he can’t even find his quill.
Packed with gags and sparkling wordplay, Upstart Crow pays comic homage to the greatest writer in the history of the English language – and reveals some rather surprising stories about where his best ideas came from…
Octonauts: The Giant Jelly and Other Stories
Join Captain Barnacles and crew on their animated underwater adventures.
This team of undersea explorers is always ready to dive into action to explore new underwater worlds, rescue amazing sea creatures and protect the ocean.
In these adventures, beware the vampire squid! Not to mention the giant jelly! There’s also a sea horse’s tale to enjoy this time, and a meeting with the cookiecutter shark
A Midsummer Nights' Dream
Maxine Peake and Matt Lucas star in Russell T Davies’ splendid reimagining of Shakespeare’s magical tale of love, befuddlement and mischievous fairies.
In the tyrannical court of Athens, pitiless dictator Theseus plans his wedding to Hippolyta, a prisoner of war, and young Hermia is sentenced to death by her own father. Meanwhile, in the town below, amateur theatre group the Mechanicals rehearse, with all their comic rivalries. And beyond Athens, in the wild woods, dark forces are stirring…
Forces of Nature with Brian Cox
Forces of Nature is a four-part television documentary series presented by physicist Brian Cox.
Following on from Cox’s ‘Human Universe’ series, Forces of Nature takes a look at how some of our planet’s most beautiful sights and events are created by the underlying forces of nature.
Stunning cinematography coupled with Cox’s engaging narration make this series a winner.