1/4 Police chaplain Jake arrives at a new posting with a mission to clean up a rough division.
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Patrick Stewart is Raymond Chandler collaborating with Hitchcock in Hollywood.
Ian Rowlands' play charts the collapse of a relationship, from loving to loathing.
Doug Lucie's dark comedy about the credit crunch, set in Britain in 2008. (R)
By Patrick and Henry Cockburn. The impact of schizophrenia on a family.
5/5 David Tennant stars in Vasily Grossman's epic tale of family and war in Soviet Russia.
4/5 Novikov, a tank commander, prepares his troops for Operation Uranus, a critical campaign.
3/5 Commissar Krymov is sent to tackle dissent in Stalingrad's 'rat-war' frontline battle.
2/5 Jewish doctor Sofya is taken prisoner in Stalingrad and put on a cattle truck to Poland.
1/5 Soviet Russia, 1942. Krymov and Zhenya cannot forget each other despite being miles apart.
Albert and Renie live amongst all they have ever owned, but what are they saving it for?
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Love affairs with a captive goshawk and wild peregrines, written by Helen Macdonald.
A wry Cornish comedy about hard lives, weird vehicles and Country and Western music.
Drama about a controversial portrait of Winston Churchill painted by Graham Sutherland.
A body found in the Welsh hills turns out to be thousands of years old.
Hugh Hughes tells of the time the Isle of Anglesey floated away.
2/2 When mobile librarian Harry Hayman's job is jeopardised, can he pull out all the stops?
1/2 Young American Trudy's arrival in Herefordshire market town Kington causes quite a stir.
By Andy Macdonald. A factory employee decides to make a stand. Starring Alexander Morton.
By Ellen Dryden. Thomas has composed his first work for the amateur choir he founded. (R)
A wild, sideways look at life in Romania under the Ceausescu regime by Csaba Szekely.
By Alan Harris. Two men become trapped on a lighthouse, 20 miles off the Welsh coast.