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An inept quartet of musicians' fervent aim is to improve.
Maurice Denham is ex-MP Plympton Makepeace, reflecting on 60 glorious years in The House.
Transatlantic pen pals since 11, Fay is terrified when Beth says she is coming to visit.
When Nancy and her family move to the country, everything goes wrong. Can anyone help?
Jean is 38, attractive and married. On a cruise, she finds her values being challenged.
Dame Judi Dench, playing the wife of a man addicted to cricket, shares private thoughts.
Can a 'slightly elderly lady' keep her bird collection out of the hands of the auctioneer?
A lonely woman waits in a remote Welsh hotel for her philandering husband.
A new visitor inspires memories of Bulldog's death-defying flights and exotic love affairs
Carter's wife has left him, but can he stand the pace of his new life of freedom?
As Carter Brandon struggles for love, the only person who understands is his baby cousin.
Billie Whitelaw stars as an obituarist living in her own very particular world.
Compulsive talker Ernest seeks reassurance from a protective nurse.
The dramatist's final play observes the brevity of life and the frailty of love.
A resentful soccer spouse rants about the game and her football manager husband.
Nancy is keen for the family to enjoy a festive celebration together.
It is Mr Openshaw's job to listen to people, except when he visits Mrs Flenswick.
Wrapped in a duvet, Edna recalls younger days. Will she emerge for an evening engagement?
Vivid storytellers Aubrey and Dorinda inhabit a claustrophobic world fuelled by guilt.
Set in a hotel, Peter Tinniswood's last play was created for Chekhov admirer Paul Scofield
Two women are thrown together in a rest home. Dark comedy about growing older.
Sid is an American struggling to come to terms with English life. Stars Penelope Wilton.
Lady Edith's life-changing boat ride to the South Atlantic.