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Eileen Atkins and Jeremy Irons read TS Eliot's classic poem.
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A war-damaged man's wish to fly changes a boy's life forever.
3/3 A former radical eco-warrior stumbles into a dangerous world of environmental espionage.
2/3 Five years after the pandemic, Diane cannot get over her daughter's death.
1/3 Dr Jan Roldanus is in Bangkok to give a lecture, when a new virulent flu strain emerges.
In the ex-pat world of Bangladesh, a body sparks some choices for Sub-Inspector Mondol.
Gwilym can't talk to women but he can write beautifully. A comedy about being free.
4/4 An invitation turns up for 'Mr Hedges' to read a poem at a Christmas Eve charity do.
A sound-driven mystery about memory loss and trust.
4/4 By Danny Brocklehurst. Stone's determined to find the attackers of a fellow police officer
David Tennant plays Caravaggio's former apprentice as he goes in search of his mentor.
A homeowner shines a spotlight on the flaws exposed by the demise of the property market.
3/4 Warwick is after a celebrity endorsement, but just who does he consider to be a celebrity?
A snapshot of austerity Britain, based on interviews with those affected by the cuts.
3/4 By Richard Monks. DCI Stone searches for a missing teenager.
Estranged brothers Danny and Jimmy are about to meet for the first time in 20 years.
David Tennant and Emila Fox star as strangers who meet accidentally by email.
2/4 Warwick's granddaughter's request to learn about her grandmother touches a nerve.
Iain Heggie's satirical play about an impecunious lawyer, set in 18th-century Glasgow. (R)
2/4 By Martin Jameson. Stone investigates a fatal attack on a young man.
1960. Hilda's had a baby son, Nicholas. Rumpole, awash with flu, defends a safe-blower.
Rumpole defends a shoplifting clergyman, exposes a former arsonist and appeases Hilda.