Drama based on a case from the memoirs a real-life detective in 19th-century Manchester.
Drama based on the true story of one Raasay man's road-building feat. Ian McDiarmid stars.
By Colin Shindler. Private Eye, the Profumo Affair and the end of a British Government.
Written in 1932, Somerset Maugham's state-of-the-nation drama about an English family.
Charting the auteur film director's long career following his mysterious disappearance.
Composer Will Byrd is charged with coding papist messages in the music of the Chapel Royal
A psychologist sent to assess a female prisoner is plunged into a disturbing amoral world.
David Greig's darkly comic play satirising the British position on nuclear deterrents.
Damian Lewis stars as Niccolo Machiavelli - in the dock for his most provocative of books.
Bill Bryden adapts F Scott Fitzgerald's haunting portrait of 1930s Hollywood.
On Pudding Lane, the King's baker goes to bed, unaware that his oven is still alight.
Julian Barnes's absorbing tale of betrayal and revenge wrapped within humour and despair.
By Ronald Frame. Lina begins to discover that new husband Johnnie is not all he seems.
Stephen Tompkinson stars in the story of the post-war manhunt to avenge the Great Escape.
Noel Coward's play follows a few days in the life of self-obsessed actor Garry Essendine.
A mysterious horseman rides into the valley and into trouble. Adapted by Frances Byrnes.
Elmore Leonard's classic western about John Russell, a white man raised by Indians.
Ibsen's classic drama of passion and desperation. Starring Sheridan Smith.
The inside story of the controversial document that persuaded MPs to back the 2003 war.
By Charlotte Williams. Mandy Rice-Davies looks back on the Stephen Ward trial 50 years on.
Kenneth Grahame's classic story with script for actors and score for BBCSO by Neil Brand.
Mark Davies Markham's play is inspired by the Madness album of the same name. With Suggs.
Contemporary thriller by Don Webb about sinister goings-on at a military research centre.
A struggle to lay hands on a long-lost materspiece. Adapted from Michael Frayn's novel.
Martin Jarvis directs this dramatisation of Michael Frayn's newest comic novel.
Faced with an upstart stepdaughter, the queen is forced into decisive and deadly action.
Karen's heart is set on a pair of red shoes whose magic compels her to dance to her death.
Alice's fantastical story collides with Radio 4, as she crashes a giant game of chess.
Carlo Collodi's classic tale of a wooden puppet, dramatised by Linda Marshall Griffiths.
By David Harrower. Siblings Morna and Athol have not spoken for 14 years. Why not?