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Detective Martin Beck and his colleagues in the National Homicide Department in Stockholm
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Howard Brenton's play about the inception of Mary Shelley's gothic myth of Frankenstein.
By Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran. A love story set during the Cuban Missile Crisis.
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Factually-based drama about Bradley Manning, the soldier accused of supplying WikiLeaks.
Alan Plater's 1960s political docudrama charting the miners' struggles for justice.
Gripping account of the murder of Pakistani politician and businessman Salmaan Taseer.
By David Hare. A pin-sharp pupil is cut off from his fellow boys by his own intellect.
Paul Rhys and David Schofield star in Adrian Penketh's psychological thriller.
The Russians want Bond dead. Will his romance with a beautiful spy cloud Bond's judgement?
Harold Pinter's acclaimed drama about a love affair and the intricate nature of deceit.
Comic take on the classic Holmes mystery, performed in front of an audience in Bristol.
As its residents struggle to survive, the Welsh village of Cilhendre is rocked by murder.
A motorcycle journey, a meditation on values, and a man coming to terms with his past.
A tale of love's vicissitudes written by Julian Barnes and dramatised by Julia Stoneham.
Hattie Naylor's dark retelling of the story of The Sleeping Beauty.
Murder mystery by Wilkie Collins, set in London and Venice.
Unity is pursuing a title along with seven Gascoyne family members.
Edward discovers the family business he is inheriting has been defrauding its clients.
Simon Gray's best-loved comedy. A publisher tries to enjoy a Saturday listening to Wagner.
By Charlotte Jones. Chilling story of the tragic fate of Rosemary Kennedy, JFK's sister.
Malorie Blackman's cult novel of young love in a dystopian world dramatised by Janice Okoh
Deborah Levy's dramatisations of two of Sigmund Freud's iconic case studies
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Brothers Tommo and Charlie's journey from a Devon childhood to the horrors of WWI.
An encounter with a journalist causes shockwaves in Edith Wharton's life.
Billy Connolly and Brian Cox star as two brothers embarking on a desperate quest for love.
A man is given a £1m bank note and must try to survive a month without spending a penny.
Timberlake Wertenbaker's play about the convicts and Marines sent to Australia in 1787.
Penelope Fitzgerald's novel of love, religion and physics, dramatised by Yvonne Antrobus.
In Alderley Edge, local legend tells of sleeping knights ready to awake to save the world.
Is 13-year-old Eliot Green ready to become a man in the Jewish faith?