Easter Sunday sees the premier of a new adaptation of an Agatha Christie mystery on ITV with a stellar cast and a stunning backdrop.
Adapted and directed by Hugh Laurie, the three-part series set in the 1930s also sees the comedian and actor take on the role of Dr James Nicholson.
Will Poulter and Lucy Boynton lead the cast as Bobby Jones and Frankie Derwent, who must solve the puzzle while avoiding the consequences of asking the question.
In their quest for answers, the amateur detectives are drawn from north Wales to Hampshire in the original novel by Christie.
We take a look at where this adaptation took the film crew to recreate the pre-war era in England.
Where are the filming locations for the ITV series?
Three Cliffs Bay on the Gower Peninsula in south Wales provided the cliff drop for the opening scenes when Bobby Jones discovers a dying man on a golf course.
And Pennard Golf Club, also on the Gower Peninsula near Swansea, was the location for the original unfortunate incident which kick-starts the entire investigation.
Nearby Pennard Castle also played a role in the series as the perfect spot for Bobby and Frankie’s picnic.
And as the action moved south, the Surrey Hills came to the fore.
The quaint village of Shere starred in some of the street scenes. No stranger to film crews, it was also used as a location for the movie The Holiday.
Staying in the same county, Albury and Mickleham and the town of Guildford were also used as the backdrop for the 1930s tale during the filming in summer 2021.
Originally shown on Britbox in April last year, the mini-series will launch on ITV at 9pm on Easter Sunday and will also be available on ITVX.