Found footage drama charting the time a group of musicians spent on an abandoned island.
JM Barrie's haunting play about a sinister Scottish island and a girl who never grows up.
Drama based on Joe Orton's interrogation at the American embassy in London in 1965.
Matthew Sweet presents a sequence of radio plays by Samuel Beckett. With Ian McKellen.
Robin Brooks's fantastical comedy celebrating 70 years of the Third Programme.
Drama about the fragmented life of surrealist, poet, songwriter and eccentric Ivor Cutler.
By Robin Brooks. Drama about Coleridge's ill-fated friendship with Wordsworth.
Drama exploring what happened to Jessica, Shylock's daughter in The Merchant of Venice.
Five short dramas in response to a selection of Shakespeare's sonnets.
A new production of Shakespeare's great tragedy King Lear, starring Ian McDiarmid.
Eve Best and Danny Sapani star in Shakespeare's late play The Winter's Tale.
Robert Lindsay stars in a new play re-imagining Shakespeare's last day. With Oliver Chris.
Reading of Whitman's poem Song of Myself, with excerpts from Orson Welles's 1953 version.
Nick Dear's play, which was written for the centenary of the 1916 Easter Rising in Dublin.
By Caryl Churchill. A drama about love, loss and revenge, starring Maxine Peake.
Anton Chekhov's Russian classic. Three sisters long to go to Moscow, but can that ever be?
By Florian Zeller. A darkly funny portrait of an 80-year-old man with dementia.
Rebecca Front plays Eve in five stories about modern attitudes towards morality.
Freddie Fox and Paapa Essiedu star in Rex Obano's play about guilt and innocence.
Drama about dreams and conflicts within three generations of an African American family.
A version of Le Cid, seeing the 11th-century Spanish hero before his rise to fame.
Tom Stoppard's comic tragedy about the meaning and purpose of life and art.
A celebration of contemporary Nordic writing in three new short plays.
The psyche of Jean Sibelius, his music and a Finnish epic, starring Tim Pigott-Smith.
Series of dramas curated by Dame Harriet Walter, all drawn from the theatre
Curated by Harriet Walter homepage
Martin Jarvis directs Miller's 1955 drama. An all-star cast is led by Alfred Molina.
David Suchet and Zoe Wanamaker star in Arthur Miller's 1949 play about the American dream.
New plays by Mike Walker and Andrew Whaley exploring themes of human rights and identity.
Goethe's Faust, one of the pillars of Western literature, in a version by David Timson
An outspoken 18th-century comedy of sex, marriage, debauchery and revenge.