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A drama of estranged brothers, with music created from the sounds of the Somerset Levels.
Michael Butt tells the story of the family left behind when a man goes missing
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In Jerusalem, Rasha discovers some home truths in Selma Dabbagh's story of family secrets.
Friends Holly and Nicole suspect a murder plot upon overhearing a suspicious conversation.
By Pam Zinnemann-Hope. A poignant true love story starting in 1930s Germany.
A witty and poignant drama special by Katie Hims, recorded 'as live' in a single take.
By Katie Hims. Story of five generations, exploring the ties and quirks that bind families
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Enid Bagnold's classic tale about a young amateur girl rider. Dramatised by Peter Flannery
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By Lynne Truss. It is Christmas 1957, but there is little cheer at the station.
By Virginia Gilbert. A journalist is accused of molesting his stepdaughter.
By Timothy X Atack. A young boy and a very strange Santa go on a Christmas road trip.
Docudrama about an aspiring young journalist who decided to spend a week sleeping rough.
By Julian Poidevin. Happy family life is disrupted when Tom's son Simon comes to stay.
Ian Kershaw's tender and humorous play. A father and daughter explore memories of the past
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.
From Middle Earth to Narnia, Robin Brooks's drama explores the two writers' friendship.
Dark adventures by Sebastian Baczkiewicz, featuring immortal wanderer William Palmer
Comedy drama by Michael Chaplin, with mystery-solving retired thespians William and Sandy
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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.
Artistic tensions surface as composers Philip Glass and Steve Reich share a day job.
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.
A man is contracted to repair the lift in a tower block. Why does no one believe him?
By Paul Dornan. Hannah needs a job. Her dad's up for town mayor. Can she run against him?
Only an arranged marriage will allow the great composer and organist Buxtehude to retire.
Scientist Hester wants to understand what it is like to have eight legs and no bones.
Leskov's searing classic Russian tale of passion and murder is an emotional rollercoaster.
By Paul Magrs. A fantastical tale of teenage love and close encounters.