Iconic Dickensian heroine fights her way out of poverty in 21st century Britain.
Graeae's Amy Dorrit
Graeae's Amy Dorrit (Episode 2)
For the Love of Leo
Part One: Margot of the Eighteenth Green
Recently widowed Leo is lured back to society by golfer Margot, who plays a wily game.
Rumpole and the New Year's Resolutions
Rumpole shares some of his favourite yuletide stories as he recounts seasonal legal cases.
Rumpole and the Portia of our Chambers
Old Bailey hack Horace Rumpole is still clearly smitten with his pupil Phillida.
Rumpole and the Bubble Reputation
Rumpole defends a tabloid editor accused of libelling an author.
Me, Mum and Meena Kumari
Akbar is long-term carer to his bi-polar Mum, who sometimes believes she's Meena Kumari.
Rumpole and the Age of Miracles
Rumpole defends Hilda’s distant relation the Rev Timoth Donkin in an ecclesiastic court.
The Receiver of Wreck
One bleak winter's day something arrives on a Lancashire beach that defies logic.
Deceit, Desire and the Viking Helmet
A musical love story with a twist, by poet and comic John Hegley.
The Canterbury Tales
The Canterbury Tales. Part 2
The Archers present more tales of courtly love, deadly rivalry and boisterous sex.
Part Two: The Countess of Mars
Leo’s aristocratic friend Clementine seeks love to heal sorrow. Leo offers friendship.
Stone: Retribution - The Unravelling of a Murder
Written by Martin Jameson. Return of detective series Stone created by Danny Brocklehurst.
Rumpole and the Tap End
Rumpole defends Tony Timson, a man charged with the attempted drowning of his wife.
Written by Martin Jameson. Detective series created by Danny Brocklehurst.
Stone, a detective series created by Danny Brocklehurst. Written by Richard Monks.
Stone: a detective series created by Danny Brocklehurst. Written by Richard Monks.
Part Three: The Bishop's Wife
Leo meets a new friend of his wife who has a secret in store for him.
Welcome to How to Burn a Million Quid
Outrageous comedy drama telling the true story of chart-topping agents of chaos, the KLF.
Roald Dahl: Served with a Twist
My Lady Love, My Dove
Charles Dance tells a darkly comic tale by the master of the bizarre.
Eleanor wants to stay but the House has its own ideas.
Rex is not impressed
Preview: How To Burn A Million Quid