The BBC has sprung into action as a result of the coronavirus outbreak leaving many self-isolating at home with a lot more time on their hands.
The broadcaster announced changes to its TV and radio programming on Wednesday 18 March which will see the introduction of new initiatives including virtual church services and exercise routines for the elderly.
As people spend more time inside in order to curb the spread of the virus, the BBC is bringing back some first-rate shows in order for "people of all ages to escape into some top-quality entertainment both on [BBC] channels and on BBC iPlayer".
Many will be delighted at the prospect of using the time at home to revisit some classic programmes while a whole new audience will now be able to experience them.
Here's the boxsets viewers can expect to become available on the platform soon - and what they're all about.
Named after the slang name for the MI-5 agents the series focuses on, Spooks was a popular hit for its 10 series run between 2002 and 2011. It also spawned a film Spooks: The Greater Good, which was released in 2015.
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The spy drama boasts an impressive cast list with names including Peter Firth, Matthew Macfadyen and Keeley Hawes being just some of the stars of the series.
Anthology drama series The Missing made its debut in 2014 and boasts two series, with both exploring the effects of a child's abduction. Seasons one and two had stellar names attached, including James Nesbitt and Frances O'Connor along with Tcheky Karyo who also appeared in the second instalment with David Morrissey and Keeley Hawes.
The series ended up landing four nominations at the 2015 Baftas, as well as nods from the Golden Globes and Critics' Choice for the first season.
Waking The Dead
Waking the Dead, a classic police procedural drama series, is set in a cold case unit of the London police. Beginning in 2000, it lasted for nine series until 2011 with one episode from series three garnering an International Emmy Award in 2004.
The cast is lead by Trevor Eve along with Sue Johnston and Will Johnson.
French and Saunders
Double act Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders launched French and Saunders in 1987, and quickly established their status as legendary UK comics.
Their sketches satirised pop culture and modern life across its seven seasons producing memorable skits including a Bjork parody and a rib-tickling Titanic spoof that certainly stand the test of time.
Swedish novelist Henning Mankell's Kurt Wallander books were adapted into an English language production for the first time with Kenneth Branagh fronted series Wallander.
It has produced 12 episodes over four seasons during its time on air between 2008 to 2016. Another hit with critics, it won six Baftas during its run.
The Honourable Woman
Maggie Gyllenhaal stars in the title role of The Honourable Woman, a political spy thriller which originally hit screens in 2014. After witnessing her father's assassination as a child, she's uncharge of the family business years later and it falls to her to promote a reconciliation between Israelis and Palestinians.
The slow-burning series was met with acclaim as Gyllenhaal won a Best Actress gong at the 72nd Golden Globe Awards for her efforts.