Martin has a secret. A big secret. One that threatens to turn Ronnie's world upside down. (R)
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2/4 Pilgrim must save a village cursed with collective madness.
Wives in 1960s colonial Singapore are partying, unaware of disturbing domestic problems.
By John Retallack. The love between a couple must be re-negotiated when a child arrives.
By Anita Sullivan. A new play about fox hunting with Tim McInnerny and Russell Tovey. (R)
From Middle Earth to Narnia, Robin Brooks's drama explores the two writers' friendship.
Miss Balcombe is getting on, but she is determined to keep her apple trees.
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1/4 Pilgrim comes to Lyall Park, where he uncovers an astonishing and disturbing family secret
Emma is happy hiding behind her postcards until new temp Maxine arrives at the office.
Ten short plays about love. Writers include Rebecca Lenkiewicz, Tim Key and Josie Long. (R)
2/2 William and Sandy travel to a windswept wintry Suffolk in search of William's inheritance.
1/2 Sandy turns chef, as he and William save the day for an unhappy father and his son.
Dreaming of fame and fortune, Mary convinces doctors that she is giving birth to rabbits.
Comedy drama by Ray Connolly. A 'what if' story about the Beatles.
William Morris's trip to Iceland and the clash of friendship and love that lay behind it.
2/2 More adventures from Botswana. Mma Ramotswe and Mma Makutsi go on safari. (R)
1/2 Mma Ramotswe and Mma Makutsi face an old adversary. (R)
Artistic tensions surface as composers Philip Glass and Steve Reich share a day job.
The story of Gagarin's first space flight through the eyes of his training partner Titov. (R)
How many ways are there to say goodbye? An adventurous new play about parting. (R)
Tom Wainwright's comedy-drama tells a cautionary tale about changing the radio station.
By Maxine Peake. Four miners' wives occupy a coal mine to save 31 pits from closure.