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  1. The Corrections

    Jonathan Franzen's acclaimed family epic, dramatised by Marcy Kahan.

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  2. Eating for England

    Inventive adaptation of Nigel Slater's food memoir by dramatist Sarah Daniels.

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  3. The Skool Days of Nigel Molesworth

    Nigel Molesworth, curse of St Custards, presents a guide to 'skool' life.

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  4. Just a Girl

    By Mark Davies Markham. How would you cope if your child was born into the wrong body?

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  5. Writing the Century: My Greenham

    By Fiona Evans. Funny and moving coming-of-age story of a 50-year-old suburban housewife.

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  6. Carol

    By Patricia Highsmith. Love story about two women who risk everything to be together.

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  7. Syria: Bread and Bombs

    Tina Pepler's black comedy, set among aid workers in Syria.

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  8. Inquest

    By Richard Monks. Drama following the inquest into the death of a female soldier.

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  9. Children in Need: D for Dexter

    By Amanda Whittington. Brave and funny story inspired by collaboration with Home-Start UK.

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  10. Writing the Century: Passages from Empire

    The real-life experiences of two globetrotting nurses in the 1920s, in their own words.

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  11. My Life with Flu

    By Sarah Woods. Jill's story is told across five decades. A love story - about flu.

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  12. The Love Song of Miss Queenie Hennessy

    By Rachel Joyce. A dying woman reveals the shocking and beautiful truth of her life.

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  13. The Book of Strange New Things

    Miranda Emmerson adapts Michel Faber's novel, set in the near future.

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  14. The Pillow Book

    By Robert Forrest. Mystery thriller set in 10th-century Japan.

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  15. Lunch

    Marcy Kahan's platonic romantic comedy. Bill and Bella meet for lunch every month.

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  16. Queens of Noise: Rip It Up

    The music drama returns as the all-girl band Velveteens conquer America

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  17. Craven: Family Man

    Police drama by Amelia Bullmore

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  18. Dark Fire

    CJ Sansom's atmospheric Tudor crime novel, set during the last days of Thomas Cromwell.

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  19. The Awakening

    Steamy adaptation of the Kate Chopin novel that shocked America in 1899.

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  20. To the Lighthouse

    Virginia Woolf's landmark modernist novel, based on her own early experiences.

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  21. The Diary of Samuel Pepys

    Tenth and final series of Hattie Naylor's dramatisation of the famed 17th-century diaries.

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  22. Queens of Noise: Get It On

    Louise Wener and Roy Boulter tell the story of 1980s all-girl band Velveteens

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  23. The Pursuits of Darleen Fyles

    Comic and touching drama series about a young married couple with learning disabilities.

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  24. A Small Town Murder

    By Scott Cherry. Crime mystery featuring family liaison officer DC Jackie Hartwell

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  25. An Everyday Story of Afghan Folk

    By Liz Rigbey. Stories from a village in the troubled and violent Pak-Afghan mountains

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  26. Modesty Blaise

    By Stef Penney. Action adventure with the female answer to James Bond.

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  27. Deadheading

    Comic crime drama by Val McDermid.

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  28. The Little Ottleys

    Martyn Wade's witty portrait of love and jealousy set in high society Edwardian London

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  29. The Seventh Test

    Thriller set in India in which a sales assistant is offered a chance to change her life

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  30. The Treehouse

    Psychological thriller by Zosia Wand. The death of a young man haunts a group of friends

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