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By Ian Smith. The story of the relationship of Ellington and Strayhorn.
Composer Gustav Holst finds inspiration when he meets a poet interested in astrology.
Deborah Davis takes us back to 1965, when British bridge players are accused of cheating.
Legal drama series inspired by the BBC One drama Silk, created by Peter Moffat.
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By Melissa Murray. A young writer discovers literary criticism is a dangerous business.
Two more cases for John Mortimer's wily criminal barrister. Adapted by Richard Stoneman
By Andy Mulligan. Crime thriller set and recorded in the Philippines.
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Scotland has voted for Independence. How to Divide the Union? Witty play by James Graham.
Mike Walker's time-shifting drama explores the dark secrets of Oscar Wilde's former gaol.
Searching for Noah's Ark in the Ararat mountains, Sam's faith is tested when he's injured.
By Adrian Bean. Afghanistan, 2006. The siege of Musa Qala, from the Afghan perspective.
By David Lemon. A young artist, obsessed with the 1960s, goes in search of his hero.
By Peter Jukes. Lenny Henry stars as Frank, a lifer on day release.
By Ian Kershaw. Drama documentary featuring interviews with Sophie's mother Sylvia.
Comic play by Ed Harris. A tattooist finds herself in a fairytale - with real fairies.
By Tom Wells. The heroic journey of Jamie Jones, from chronic asthma sufferer to GCSE PE.
By Mateusz Dymek. A computer hacker is torn between his online community and his family.
By Colin Bytheway. The story of serial murderer Parisian Henri Desire Landru.
By Eoin McNamee. A mysterious woman brings magic and murder to a small fishing port.
Victorian detective mysteries by David Ashton, about Edinburgh policeman James McLevy
By Sibusiso Mamba. Two stand-up comics get in over their heads when they return to Africa.
John Banville's imagined encounter between Elizabeth Bowen and John Betjeman in Dublin.
Written by Frances Byrnes. What happens when a brilliant dancer loses his will to dance?
Written and dramatised by Alexander McCall Smith, from his popular series of books
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By Audrey Gillan. Fifteen-year-old Siobhain is taken into care. Will she ever feel secure?
Custom and morality collide when a shocking discovery is made in Samina Baig's drama.
By Deirdre Kinahan. When a body is found in her street, Maeve begins her own investigation
Ian Curteis re-imagines February 1945, through the eyes of British spy Donald Maclean.
By Matthew Broughton. Dark thriller about twin brothers who decide to swap lives
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Shameless meets The Truman Show in a new dark comedy by Sean Grundy.