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1961 Illinois: Two young boys experience evil when a 'dark circus' comes to town.
Vasily Grossman's epic tale of a family torn apart by war in Soviet Russia.
Drama about how the White House responded to the 9/11 attacks.
John Godber's play from 1983 is performed by its original cast - John and Jane Godber.
Stunning blonde Marnie is not what she appears to be. She's about to be tested.
Frances Byrnes' witty new sequel to Maupassant's 19th-century Bel Ami.
A chilling drama about the effects of policies from central Government at a local level.
Andrew Davies' rip-roaring treatment of WH Hudson's South American classic.
Comic play about the French Revolution starring Richard E Grant and The Penny Dreadfuls.
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A stranger's murder sparks trouble for a small Shetland village. Soon everyone's a suspect
The Old Vic Theatre's recent production of Terence Rattigan's gripping courtroom drama.
A successful novelist knows his wife's secret, but she doesn't know that he knows.
A starry celebration of Terence Rattigan's centenary. Martin Jarvis directs.
By Steve Waters. A witty satire about Free Schools. With Claire Price and Richard Henders.
Beryl Bainbridge's story, set in 1970, dramatised for radio by Jane Rogers.
The ironic story behind the most expensive Nazi propaganda film ever made: Titanic.
By Mark Davies Markham. Suggs and Burn Gorman star as musicians in mid-life meltdown.
Toad, Badger, Mole and Ratty embark on an all new adventure along the riverbank.
Series of plays by Frank Cottrell Boyce looking at the punk generation three decades on
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Simon Passmore's fast-paced psychological thriller. Starring Claire Foy.
Recovering ore from a mystery planet, five misfits encounter an extraordinary intelligence
CS Forester's gripping guerrilla warfare story set in Napoleonic Spain.
New drama set in 2004, on the release of Israeli nuclear whistleblower Mordechai Vanunu.
Toby Stephens plays Philip Marlowe in a landmark Radio 4 series of Raymond Chandler novels
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It's 1942 and Pope Pius XII is urged to speak out against Nazi atrocities.
Jonathan Myerson's play explores pressures on US diplomacy in the 1973 Middle East War.
A new production of Athol Fugard's award-winning masterpiece, recorded in South Africa.
An ex-jewel thief in France battles to prove his innocence.
Meera Syal is Shirley Valentine - a middle-aged housewife who reveals her hidden thoughts.
A new version of Dostoevsky's 'The Gambler' written by Poet Glyn Maxwell.