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By Nick Hoare. Tom and Alice agree that their affair can never happen.
Linda Marshall Griffiths's love story, told in five encounters over 16 years.
By Michael Eaton. Two-part fictional drama inspired by the Plebgate affair
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Comedy drama about disability and online dating starring Cherylee Houston. By Lou Ramsden.
By Jeff Young. A comedy about the search for a falling star.
Nigel Planer's comedy about two very different men mourning the woman they both loved.
Night shift operators fly a drone over Waziristan from a trailer in the American desert.
Series of plays set in a Manchester legal practice, by Tom Fry and Sharon Kelly
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Secrets and lies unravel in Rachel De-lahay's urban drama about the need to conform.
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Caroline Quentin stars in Geraldine Aron's radio adaptation of her West End hit play.
Belfast poet Louis MacNeice's transatlantic love affair and the poetry it inspired.
Katie Hims's specially-written drama for deaf actor David Bower.
By Mike Harris. Dark brooding tale of love and filial hate set in 19th-century Scotland.
Three dramas by Philip Palmer about military consultant Bradley Shoreham
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A trader at the Chicago Board of Trade sees an opportunity to make a lot of money
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Christopher Green encounters fashion, loss and legacy through nudity and a bit of singing.
An odd friendship forms when Philippe de Rothschild asks Joan Littlewood to his chateau.
Satirical reflection on the perils of manipulating our identities in the online world.
By Sarah Woods. A love story told using the science of mirror neurons.
By Paul Jenkins. A Welsh football club chooses to be run as a socialist co-operative.
By Sarah Hehir. A first play for radio by a winner of the BBC Writer's Prize.
By Ed Hime. Fictional documentary investigating a 1970s cult, 32 of whom disappeared.
By Lenny Henry, who stars as a man haunted by his past.
Mainz, 1945. Oppenheim has a visitor. A Gestapo officer needs a reference - from a Jew.
Sir Frederick Ashton, tormented by love, is asked to create a ballet for the Queen Mother.
Magical real-life drama by Helen Cross. Rowena can't speak but she wants a voice.
Christopher William Hill imagines Christopher Robin meeting the man who created his image.
Ben Crompton's comedy drama. Will Iain's OCD and his mum stand in his way of finding love?
Nick Warburton's tale of love and loss by the Thames, with James Fleet and Emma Fielding.
By Rachel Wagstaff and Duncan Abel. Two people seek to recover what they have lost.