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Atmospheric adaptation of Ann Cleeves acclaimed crime novel, set in Shetland at midwinter.
By Paul Mendelson. Inspector Dover investigates when a girl in a coma is finally murdered.
Divorced couple Amanda and Elyot meet again on their second honeymoons with new spouses.
By Willy Russell. The relationship between a feisty working-class OU student and her tutor
Dramatisation of L Frank Baum's children's classic.
A close family is brought to its knees by one momentary indiscretion.
Michael Dobbs' play follows Margaret Thatcher's last traumatic days in power.
By Peter Goodchild. In 1925, one of the most unusual trials in US legal history took place
By David Edgar. Crowds gather in the streets of a fictional eastern European country.
Dramatisation of Remarque's story about a group of First World War German soldiers.
Lieutenant Clancy only has hours to find the killer of a vital witness.
Country boy Emil enlists the aid of Berlin street children to help him catch a thief.
The moving true story of the 1950s relationship between CS Lewis and Joy Gresham.
The famous story of the Von Trapps told from another perspective.
By ER Braithwaite. Jack faces up to life after the fatal stabbing of his twin brother Dave
Dramatisation by Michael Eaton of the events that led to the 1993 Downing St Declaration.
By Peter Jukes. Eliot it thrust into danger when his gangster friend hands him a phone.
Peter Goodchild's dramatised reconstruction of the Lockerbie bombing trial.
David Pownall's account of Anglo-French attempts to negotiate with the USSR in 1939.
Drama about Dalton Trumbo's ordeal in the Hollywood communist witch-hunts.
By Andy McNab. An 18-year-old soldier has to confront the realities of war in Afghanistan.
By Kwame Kwei-Armah. Kwaku's latest misjudged policy proposal is about to explode.
By Bruce Chatwin. An academic in 1960s Prague meets an eccentric porcelain collector.
Two murder witnesses are put under police protection pending a High Court trial.
Inspired by an article written by Emile Zola about the Dreyfus Affair.
Adam Thorpe's play explores civilian grief during and after the Great War of 1914-1918.
George Smiley investigates when a schoolmaster's wife is found bludgeoned to death.
George Smiley investigates when a Foreign Office civil servant commits suicide.
By Francis Turnly. Security fears surround an African leader's visit to a peace summit.
Adaptation of JM Barrie's satire about the fortunes of Crichton, the perfect butler.