Marking the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta through the debate on digital rights
Kira tries to leave her life as a sex worker in Sydney but freedom comes at a price
Three Zimbabwean women start a fishing business in this International Playwriting Compe...
A drama following Alia Khan, a young female inspector in the Mumbai Police Force.
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Another chance to hear a winner of the 2012 International Playwriting Competition
A sleepy Jamaican fishing village is changed forever when dark forces come in from the sea
Why the best things can be hidden behind an unwelcome exterior.
A comedy about love, redemption and the surprising effects of in-car technology.
Why being a good man and a good neighbour is not always the same thing.
Dramatised account by Matthew Solon of England's failed bid to host the Fifa World Cup.
A play written especially for the BBC to mark International Women's Day (March 2011).
Drama about how the White House responded to the 9/11 attacks.
A drama documentary about the afterlife and what it means around the world.
A comedy whodunit by award-winning playwright Marcy Kahan
From Mikhail Durnekov, who went to the Arctic last year with the Cape Farewell project
By award-winning playwright Katie Hims, starring Tanya Moodie and Ellen Thomas
Zora Neale Hurstons ground-breaking novel, dramatised by Patrica Cumper
Damon Galgut's acclaimed story of a medical gradute, in post-apartheid South Africa
BBC World Drama presents an evening of African theatre marking 50 years of independence.
A tapestry of words and music exploring issues that have dominated the African mindset.
Ibsen's classic play is given a completely new interpretation moving to contemporary India
The trials and tribulations of setting up an internet company
Tina Pepler's inspiring drama documentary looks at how horse whispering can change lives.
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Winner of the International Radio Playwriting Competition 2009.
A drama about a chancellor who might have lost more than his job.
The Day That Lehman Died: a World Drama by Matthew Solon
Seven Arab writers have collaborated to produce a drama for the BBC World Service.
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