Classic Serial Episode guide
Rose Tremain dramatises Balzac's tragic novel.
Winston Churchill's adventure in the hostile mountains of the Afghan/Pakistan border.
First broadcast: 20 Jul 2014
Charles Dickens's story set against the background of the Gordon Riots of the 1780s
Dramatisation by Archie Scottney of PG Wodehouse's horse-racing comedy thriller
Dante's extraordinary poem tells of his journey through Hell, Purgatory and Paradise.
Jane Austen's famous novel of manners is dramatised by Charlotte Jones.
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John Irving's audacious and darkly comic bestseller about the life and times of TS Garp
Dolya Gavanski's lively modern-day take on Dostoevsky's The Gambler
Evelyn Waugh's satire on the futility of war and one man's quest for spiritual fulfilment
Jerome K Jerome's comic classic about an eventful rowing holiday on the Thames
Hattie Naylor dramatises Virgil's epic poem, using Robert Fagles' translation
Jane Austen's delightful comedy of manners, dramatised by Helen Edmundson
Patrick O'Brian's nautical adventure, dramatised by Roger Danes
Joseph Roth's novel about the end of an empire, dramatised by Gregory Evans
Eric Ambler's 1939 crime thriller is dramatised by Stephen Sheridan
JB Priestley's comedy of greed and redemption in the City, dramatised by Martin Jameson
Dramatisations of Philip Larkin's only two novels
By George Moore. Stirring tale of how a servant girl makes her way in Victorian England
Bibhutibhushan Bandyopadhyay's classic of Bengali literature, dramatised by Tanika Gupta
Dramatisation by Anita Sullivan of the autobiography of New Zealand author Janet Frame
Anthony Trollope's enthralling novel about beautiful but deceitful widow Lizzie Eustace
Swashbuckling tale of revenge by Alexandre Dumas, adapted by Sebastian Baczkiewicz
Ian Rankin's maverick detective, Inspector Rebus, investigates an unsolved murder
Two seminal gothic horror stories, Mary Shelley's Frankenstein and Bram Stoker's Dracula
Thomas Hardy's novel, adapted by Graham White
John Steinbeck's Pulitzer-winning novel set in 1930s USA, starring Robert Sheehan
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