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Loneliness, romance, and does record-breaking really matter? Stars Tom Courtenay. (R)
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By Gill Adams. A young woman tracks down the former Stasi man who spied on her.
The ancient story of two young lovers, beset by pirates but aided by the power of love. (R)
2/4 When new recruit Debbie joins the team, she ruffles more than a few feathers.
Sheila Hamilton's dramatisation of the 1746 trial of Mary Hamilton, who married as a man. (R)
By Peter Hunter and David Johnson. In hospital, Richie is desperate see his child's birth.
Four cooks share their secrets for making curry. (R)
Hugh Costello's play is based on the story of Abel Ryder, an Oxfordshire shopkeeper. (R)
1/4 When Dee Dee's estranged son is arrested, only his stepfather Frank can come to the rescue
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John Peacock's adaptation of Richard Hull's novel, written in the 1930s. (R)
Alexis Zegerman's drama is inspired by Antony Gormley's exhibition at the Hayward Gallery.
By Nicholas McInerny. Jennifer discovers a great deal about her deceased distant relative. (R)
By Adrian Penketh. Paul Tate is unwittingly cast as the symbol of Londoners' defiance.
By Joan Bakewell. The chair of a book prize committee strives to maintain her high ideals. (R)
Paul B Davies's black comedy is based on fact. A magician is confronted by his Nazi past.
By Ian Macpherson and Magi Gibson. The comfortable lives of two reporters are shattered. (R)
By Michael Butt. A man's attempts at reconciliation with his father are threatened.
Charles Dickens, heading a daily paper, is embroiled in another dangerous investigation.
By Dana Fainaru. Mel's idyllic life is turned upside-down when she suddenly stops sleeping
Political comedy by John Fletcher, set in 1937. Neville Chamberlain employs a spin doctor.
Elizabeth Lewis's play is based on letters sent by Jane Austen to her sister Cassandra.