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Black comedy by Andrew Doyle. A man sets out to make amends for all his wrongdoings.
By Alice Nutter. When Maurice falls ill, Eileen wants to know more and visits the library.
By Hugh Costello. Redeployed in Ireland, a former CIA agent has had to alter his views.
Comedy by Jack Rosenthal. Roy's pet tortoise Merlin is ailing, as is his marriage.
By Robin Brooks. A feminist film-maker is making a documentary about writer MR James.
Romantic comedy by Peter Souter. Sam's efforts to win his girlfriend back land him in jail
Special adaptation of the Marx Brothers' award-winning musical, written by Dick Vosburgh.
Helene Hanff's tale of the friendship between an American writer and an English gentleman.
Michael Morpurgo's imaginative and humorous retelling of some of the best-known stories.
Plays by Nick Warburton imagining the story of Jesus through eyewitness accounts
Witness: Five Plays from the Gospel of Luke homepage
By Sheila Goff. Six characters are linked by their reactions to an unexpected incident.
John Fletcher's play tells the story of a British citizen fighting extradition to the US.
Comedy thriller by Vicky Meer. A London drug dealer is relocated under a protection scheme
Gary Bleasdale's play about the life of motion picture pioneer William Friese-Greene.
Graham Slater thinks he may be having a nervous breakdown, due to an imaginary friend.
By Gillian Plowman. A recently widowed woman begins to write to an African child.
By Stephen Sharkey. German astronomer Johannes Kepler's mother is accused of witchcraft.
Lavinia Murray's play imagines a surreal day in the life of the young William Blake.
By Peter Kesterton. When Andy suggests things are not as they seem, Emma is intrigued.
By Matthew Wilkie. George is desperate for his team to win the pub quiz.
By Lavinia Greenlaw. Happily married couple Will and Iris meet the Perfect Stranger.
By Welsh poet Gwyneth Lewis, observing a day in the life of a young Cardiff woman.
1799: Jane Austen's aunt is accused of shoplifting from a shop in Bath.
Eve goes in search of her dead parents' documents, but unearths something far greater.
By Damian Barr and Laura Lockington. Dan and Lucy get stuck in an elevator.
Series of comedy dramas depicting the history of a fast food shop in Leeds
By Mike Bartlett. A woman fights to keep her dignity in a series of bizarre interviews.
By Nick Walker. Deep beneath the ocean, two submariners are desperate to return home.
Georges Simenon's classic murder story, dramatised by Ronald Frame.
Sarah Daniels's play is set on the afternoon of the annual Birdman of Bognor competition.