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Comedy thriller by Joyce Porter, set in the 70s, featuring Scotland Yard's laziest sleuth.
Trevor Griffiths's dramatisation of Thomas Paine's life
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Psychological thriller by Peter Whalley. John Newland has been living a lie for 20 years.
Jonathan Holloway's drama is based on the story of the death of Lana Turner's boyfriend.
Ian Rankin's detective investigates murders in three cities - could they be linked?
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By Gary Brown. A market trader becomes mixed up in a post-war terrorist plot.
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David Hare's play contrasts the WWII experiences of an Englishwoman with her later life.
By William Trevor. A penniless sculptor's wife devises a shocking plan to make ends meet.
New radio production of David Mercer's 1968 play about tangled relationships.
Toby Stephens and David Suchet star in a dramatisation of Ian Fleming's novel.
By Sebastian Baczkiewicz. Andrei's estranged son Victor forces him to reveal his secrets.
Anthony Minghella's tender and comic account of a provincial Easter six hundred years ago.
Anthony Minghella's award-winning radio play.
Richard Stevens' dramatisation of Nigel Balchin's tense Second World War thriller.
By David Ashton. Samuel Johnson and James Boswell tackle the London underworld of 1781.
A tribute to Charles Chilton's iconic 1960s series Journey into Space.
Gregory Burke's moving story of two brothers who are separated in the trenches of WW1.
Jon Sen's play recalls the events of the last days of Martin Luther King's life.
Comic adventure by David Chapel about an idealistic researcher
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Stephen Poliakoff's 1996 National Theatre play about a scientific fraud in a university.
By Simon Gray. Brothers Michael and Jason vie with each other for the attention of Anita.
Robert Forrest's chilling tale of the supernatural, set on a schooner in 1867.
Amanda Dalton's adaptation of the novel on which Hitchcock's Spellbound was based.
Daphne du Maurier's bittersweet love story, adapted by Moya O'Shea.
Psychological thriller by Steve Gough set in the year 2036.
Kingsley Amis's satire on life and culture in a Welsh seaside town in the 1950s.
By Jonathan Smith - a love story set in England and India during WWII.
Peter Nichols's acclaimed study of betrayal and adultery.
One-man play by Greg Berger. A Dutch librarian recounts his quest to justify his life.
Simon Bovey's murder mystery is set in London in 1860.