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6/6 By Nicola Baldwin. Tess and Maggie struggle with secrets that could change everything.
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By Matthew Coombes. Gandhi and Chaplin meet in London's East End in 1931.
Poetry sparks lust, ruthless ambition and rivalries at a residential writing course.
DJ Britton's study of the life of a lonely chief executive of a major international bank.
Edson Burton's smouldering thriller, set in inner-city Bristol.
5/6 By Nicola Baldwin. Tess and Nicky face temptation. Maggie is confronted by a ghost.
Sophie Woolley brings a new version of her stage show to the radio.
By David Hodgson. Greg's peace of mind is destroyed when his house is broken into.
Jim Poyser's comedy about life, love and five-a-side football.
4/6 By Amanda Whittington. A recipe triggers a friendship between Maggie and her neighbour.
In 1972, a scientist appoints a Czech architect to build her a house in Suffolk.
By Sonali Bhattacharyya. Grocery king Mushtaq buys the local football club for a pound.
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By Angela Turvey. Frederick Delius allegedly fell in love with a black woman in Florida.
By Pearse Elliot. A bereaved family makes a shocking discovery.
3/6 By Amanda Whittington. Maggie's daughter comes home from art school, vowing not to return.
Amanda Whittington's drama-documentary about adoption.
The final broadcast of a pirate radio operator with outspoken views.
Edwardian country house comedy, dramatised by Sue Eckstein from a short story by Saki.
Penny Leicester's dramatisation of Churchill's cabinet meetings between 1951 and 1955.
2/6 By Nicola Baldwin. A mysterious man gatecrashes the club. Is he the chef he claims to be?