By Annie Caulfield. Despite joining the army, Craig still can't get away from football. (R)
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A woman takes refuge in an attic as she is almost caught having an affair.
By John Godber and Jane Thornton. Magda's brother from Poland is coming to stay. (R)
1/4 Champion boxer Toff Richmond takes on a local challenger.
By Nell Dunn, based on real-life experiences of cancer patients and those close to them.
5/5 Johnny cannot understand why Owen is desperate to fight in Vietnam.
4/5 Owen gets into serious trouble at Gravesend Academy when he challenges authority.
3/5 Owen's roles as the Christ Child and the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come cause a stir.
2/5 How will Johnny's wild cousins react to meeting his remarkable best friend Owen?
1/5 When Owen accidentally kills Johnny's mother, can their friendship survive?
4/4 What is the link between a landlord, a missing witness and a break-in at Baker Street?
Exploring the mind of the young Czech student who set fire to himself in Prague in 1969.
Paul B Davies's black comedy is based on fact. A magician is confronted by his Nazi past. (R)
By Kavyasiddhi. Dodging impending fatherhood, a man escapes to a beach. (R)
Story about a woman who takes on a gardener after the death of her mother. (R)
3/4 Two train passengers vanish, but the sleuth is more intrigued by a dead man's pockets.
Writing a play about the National Trust founder, Linda finds secrets about her own family.
A smug expert makes a point during a trial, and gets hoisted by his own petard.
A clash over the teaching of creationism at an academy school causes embarrassment.
By Jonathan Davidson. An artist seeks to expand his horizons and takes up gliding. (R)
2/4 Intrigue for the sleuth as a priceless antique disappears under impossible conditions.
Locked out of her apartment, Poppy is invited by Arthur to explore Hong Kong by night.