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Following psychotherapist Martha and her dealings with a series of patients
How Does That Make You Feel? homepage
By Scott Cherry. Crime drama featuring family liaison officer DC Jackie Hartwell.
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By Alexander McCall Smith. Drama following the residents of Edinburgh's Georgian New Town.
44 Scotland Street homepage
By Stef Penney. Action adventure with the female answer to James Bond.
Modesty Blaise: The Silver Mistress homepage
Sci-fi tales that chart the rise of robotics in the 21st century. Adapted by Richard Kurti
Isaac Asimov's I, Robot homepage
Christopher William Hill's comedy drama about driving lessons and unexpected friendships.
Clutch, Throttle, Brake homepage
Louisa May Alcott's enduring coming-of-age story about love, destiny and freedom.
Little Women homepage
Fin Kennedy's drama inspired by PJ Harvey's writings from her travels in Kosovo.
On Kosovo Field homepage
Jane Austen's satire on the Gothic novel. Dramatised by Hattie Naylor.
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By Lizzie Nunnery, from the letters of writers James and Timmie Hanley to their son Liam.
Writing the Century: The Hanleys homepage
By Katherine Jakeways. Comedy about a couple dealing with the aftermath of an affair.
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Lucy Catherine's retelling of a classic Icelanders' saga.
Gudrun's Saga homepage
By Charlotte Jones. Five very different women's paths cross at a wild swimming club.
Wild Things homepage
By Amanda Whittington. Poignant story developed with the help of children's charities
Children in Need: D for Dexter homepage
Adaptation of Irene Nemirovsky's novella about an older woman accused of murder.
Delightfully irreverent drama series about a young couple with learning disabilities.
The Pursuits of Darleen Fyles homepage
By Robert Forrest. Ninth series of the mystery thriller set in 10th-century Japan.
The Pillow Book homepage
Rebecca and Jeremy Front explore the lives and achievements of some incredible women
Incredible Women homepage
A husband relates the events surrounding his wife's illness as she lies in a coma.
Intensive Care homepage
Drama inspired by TB nurse Marjorie Wilson's interviews about 1950s Stannington Sanatorium
Writing the Century: Stannington homepage
Stephen Wakelam adapts George Allen's 1904 diary of his record-attempting walk.
Writing the Century: Land's End to John O'Groats homepage
Second series of the drama by Mark Davies Markham about a transgender teenager.
Just a Girl homepage
By Hattie Naylor. Samuel Pepys recalls events after the Great Fire of 1666.
Pepys: After the Fire homepage
By Gregory Evans. Thriller set in 1890s Whitechapel
Blood and Milk homepage
Graham Greene's comic take on Cervantes' classic novel. Dramatised by Stephen Wyatt.
Graham Greene - Monsignor Quixote homepage
By Lou Ramsden. Comedy drama about the life, loves and misadventures of wheelchair user.
Tinsel Girl and the Big Reunion homepage
By Steve Chambers and Phil Nodding. Enduring comedy about hairdressers Bev and Shirl.
HighLites: Natural Bounce homepage
Marcy Kahan's platonic romantic comedy. Bill and Bella meet for lunch every month.
Al Smith's tense drama goes behind the scenes of an ambulance control room.
Life Lines homepage
Charles Dance is the urbane Storyteller in adaptations of five dark tales by Roald Dahl.
Roald Dahl: Served with a Twist homepage