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The Power and the Glory.    By Graham Greene.     2 episode(s).
During a vicious persecution of the clergy in Mexico, a worldly priest, the ‘whisky priest’, is on the run. With the police closing in, his routes of escape are being shut off, his chances getting fewer. But compassion and humanity force him along the road to his destiny, reluctant to abandon those who need him, and those he cares for.

Graham Greene was born in 1904. He worked as a journalist and critic, and in 1940 became literary editor of the Spectator. He was later employed by the Foreign Office. As well as his many novels, Graham Greene wrote several collections of short stories, four travel books, six plays, three books of autobiography, two of biography and four books for children. He also wrote hundreds of essays, and film and book reviews. Graham Greene was a member of the Order of Merit and a Companion of Honour. He died in April 1991.

The Power and the Glory (full)    Length: 01:52:59    Size: 129.37Mb    The Power and the Glory 1-2    Length: 00:56:10    Size: 64.36Mb    The Power and the Glory 2-2    Length: 00:56:59    Size: 65.29Mb    

The Confidential Agent.    By Graham Greene.     2 episode(s).
Graham Greene’s masterful tale of suspense. When Edgar Dominguez is sent to England on a mission to arrange a supply of coal for the Republicans in the Spanish Civil War it seems a straightforward business negotiation; but no sooner does he set foot on English soil than he finds himself a hunted man, with seemingly no one he can trust and implicated in murder.

Greene wrote The Confidential Agent at the same time as his masterpiece The Power and The Glory (see below). It was written in six weeks in 1938 as England stood on the brink of war, and the story is suffused with paranoia, distrust and urgency. He wrote it as an ‘Entertainment’ with the hope of getting a film made of the book and therefore providing much needed income for his family, in which he succeeded. A tense thriller where the hero must avoid trap after trap that is set for him haunted by the memory of his dead wife and his own time in prison awaiting execution.

The Confidential Agent (full)    Length: 01:52:26    Size: 128.69Mb    The Confidential Agent 1-2    Length: 00:56:46    Size: 64.99Mb    The Confidential Agent 2-2    Length: 00:56:45    Size: 64.98Mb    

A Short History of Vampires.   (R)   By Various Authors 5 episode(s).
Dracula’s Guest. By Bram Stoker. The Count looks out for a curious Englishman. Read by Dan Stevens.
Hero Dust. By Kristine Kathryn Rusch. Another tale of the undead. A slayer searches for his successor. Read by David Horovitch.
Israbel. By Tanith Lee. The tale of a dangerous obsession for a vampire and a painter. Read by Mark Bonnar and Claire Harry.
Quid Pro Quo. By Tanya Huff. Deliciously noir tale of an immortal whose lover is in mortal danger. Read by Genevieve Adam.
Dracula’s Guest    Length: 00:26:57.737     Size: 30.87Mb    Hero Dust    Length: 00:28:27.337     Size: 32.58Mb    Israbel    Length: 00:28:28.747    Size: 32.61Mb    Quid Pro Quo    Length: 00:28:30.080     Size: 32.63Mb
Big Pig Little Pig.    By Jacqueline Yallop.     1 episode(s).
When Jacqueline moves to south-west France with her husband, she embraces rural village life and buys two pigs to rear for slaughter. But as she gets to know the animals better, her English sentimentality threatens to get in the way and she begins to wonder if she can actually bring herself to kill them. This is a memoir about that fateful decision, but it’s also about the ethics of meat eating in the modern age, and whether we should know, respect and even love the animals we eat.

This is a memoir about that fateful decision, but it’s also about the ethics of meat eating in the modern age, and whether we should know, respect and even love the animals we eat.

Big Pig Little Pig.    Length: 01:07:55     Size: 77.77Mb     

Blood and Milk.    By Gregory Evans. 3 episode(s).
Thrilling series set in 1890s Whitechapel. Welsh farm girl Megan Evans comes to London to visit her brother who is running the family’s dairy business – but her brother is strangely unwelcoming.

Blood and Milk S01E01    Length: 01:08:11   Size: 78.14Mb Blood and Milk S01E02   Length: 01:07:49    Size: 77.71Mb   Blood and Milk S02E01        Length: 01:08:19    Size: 78.27Mb    Blood and Milk S03E01    Length: 01:08:38    Size: 78.64Mb

Airswimming.    By Charlotte Jones. 1 episode(s).
Charlotte Jones ‘s uplifting comedy of friendship, fantasy and freedom. 1924. Persephone is planning for her coming-out ball when she finds herself consigned to a puzzling finishing school- St. Dymphna’s Hospital for the Criminally Insane.

Airswimming     Length:    00:43:59   Size: 50.41Mb   

Dollys Mexican Wave.     By Charlotte Jones. 1 episode(s).
Patricia Routledge stars as Dolly in a play by Charlotte Jones. Dolly is 90, difficult and nearing the end, but her love of football keeps her pulse racing.

Dollys Mexican Wave    Length: 00:43:59    Size: 50.39Mb    

The Kane Conspiracy.    By Jonathan Holloway.     1 episode(s).
In 1941 Orson Welles’ film Citizen Kane, now regularly voted top in critics’ and audience polls, picked up nine Oscar nominations and was already being spoken of as a work of genius. But there were powerful forces lobbying hard against it, not least among them William Randolph Hearst, the media mogul on whom the story is based, and FBI supremo J Edgar Hoover.
As the Oscar nominations are announced, Welles suffers an uncharacteristic attack of anxiety. And not without cause: FBI supremo J.Edgar Hoover has tasked a small-time FBI agent, Special Agent RB Wood, with making sure the film doesn’t triumph at the Oscars ceremony. Hearst has banned any mention of the film across his media empire, RKO, the distributor, is looking shaky, and while the movie plays to capacity houses in art-house cinemas, no major theatres or cinema chains will take it. A chance encounter in an elevator leads to a highly charged head-to-head between Hearst and Welles when the two men lay their cards on the table. At the ceremony in February 1941 the film only wins one Oscar, and Welles’ reputation in America never recovers.
Only the character of Agent Wood is imagined, although he is based on a documented but shadowy figure mentioned in the FBI archives. And it is Wood who finally confronts Welles with the uncomfortable truth about the film: in hijacking Hearst’s life for Citizen Kane, Welles has replaced it with his own.

The film Citizen Kane was about a group of reporters trying to decipher the last word ever spoken by Charles Foster Kane, the millionaire newspaper tycoon: “Rosebud.” The film begins with a news reel detailing Kane’s life for the masses, and then from there, we are shown flashbacks from Kane’s life. As the reporters investigate further, the viewers see a display of a fascinating man’s rise to fame, and how he eventually fell off the top of the world.

The Kane Conspiracy    Length: 00:56:28    Size: 64.68Mb    

Caribou Island.     By David Vann. 2 episode(s).
On a small island in a glacier-fed lake on Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula, a marriage is unraveling. Gary, driven by thirty years of diverted plans, and Irene, haunted by a tragedy in her past, are trying to rebuild their life together. Following the outline of Gary’s old dream, they’re hauling logs to Caribou Island in good weather and in terrible storms, in sickness and in health, to build the kind of cabin that drew them to Alaska in the first place. But this island is not right for Irene. They are building without plans or advice, and when winter comes early, the overwhelming isolation of the prehistoric wilderness threatens their bond to the core. Caught in the emotional maelstrom is their adult daughter, Rhoda, who is wrestling with the hopes and disappointments of her own life. Devoted to her parents, she watches helplessly as they drift further apart.

Caribou Island 1-2    Length: 01:26:14    Size: 98.75Mb    Caribou Island 2-2    Length: 01:06:45    Size: 76.46Mb    

Conrad and Eleanor.     By Jane Rogers. 2 episode(s).
Jane Rogers’ examination of a marriage, sparked when a husband fails to return from a conference abroad.

Conrad and Eleanor 1-2    Length: 01:08:09    Size: 78.05 Mb    Conrad and Eleanor 2-2    Length: 01:07:38    Size: 77.46Mb    

Darling Monster.     (R)    By Diana Cooper.    Read by John Julius Norwich and Patricia Hodge. 1 episode(s).
Letters sent from aristocrat, society darling and actress of stage and early screen, Lady Diana Cooper, to her only son, John Julius Norwich. When Lady Diana married rising political star Duff Cooper, they became the golden couple who knew everyone who was anyone. Her letters serve as a portrait of a time, capturing some of history’s most dramatic events and most important figures with immediacy and intimacy. But they also give us a touching portrait of the love between a mother and son, separated by war, oceans and the constraints of the time they lived in. Her letters span the years 1939 to 1952, taking in the Blitz, Diana’s short spell as a farmer in Sussex, a trip to the Far East when husband Duff was collecting war intelligence, the couple’s three years in the Paris embassy, as well as a great number of journeys around Europe and North Africa.Darling Monster    Length: 01:08:48    Size: 78.79Mb    
Fall Down Seven Times Get Up Eight.     (R)    By Naoki Higashida.    Read by Matthew Beard. 1 episode(s).
Naoki Higashida shares his thoughts and experiences as a twenty-four-year-old man living each day with severe autism. In short, powerful chapters, Higashida explores school memories, family relationships, the exhilaration of travel, and the difficulties of speech. He also allows us to experience profound moments we take for granted, like the thought-steps necessary for him to register that it’s raining outside. Acutely aware of how strange his behaviour can appear to others, he aims throughout to foster a better understanding of autism and to encourage society to see people with disabilities as people, not as problems.

Author David Mitchell introduces this compelling book by a Japanese teenager with severe autism. Naoki Higashida was only thirteen when he wrote The Reason I Jump, a revelatory account of autism from the inside by a non-verbal Japanese child, which became an international success.

Fall Down Seven Times Get Up Eight    Length: 01:07:29    Size: 77.26Mb    

Midnight’s Children.    By Salman Rushdie. 7 episode(s).
To mark the 70th anniversary of the Partition of India, an ambitious new dramatization of Salman Rushdie’s dazzling novel of love, history and magic. Saleem Sinai is born on the stroke of midnight on 15th August 1947, at the exact moment that India and Pakistan become separate, independent nations. From that moment on, his fate is mysteriously handcuffed to the history of his country. The story starts with Saleem’s grandfather, Aadam, in Kashmir in 1915.

Also included: Midnight’s Children – Salman Rushdie in Conversation.

Midnight’s Children 1-7 The Perforated Sheet    Length: 00:56:36    Size: 64.89Mb    Midnight’s Children 2-7 The Birth of a Nation    Length: 00:13:34    Size: 15.63Mb    Midnight’s Children 3-7 Snakes and Ladders    Length: 00:43:29    Size: 49.87Mb    Midnight’s Children 4-7 All India Radio    Length: 00:12:45    Size: 14.69Mb    Midnight’s Children 5-7 Alpha and Omega    Length: 00:43:41G    Size: 50.10Mb    Midnight’s Children 6-7 How Saleem Achieved Purity    Length: 00:56:34    Size: 64.85Mb    Midnight’s Children 7-7 The Shadow of the Mosque    Length: 00:56:01    Size: 64.21Mb    Midnight’s Children – Salman Rushdie in Conversation    Length: 00:13:06    Size: 15.11Mb    

Gillespie and I.    By Jane Harris.     2 episode(s).
Victorian gothic mystery by Jane Harris. In 1888, Harriet Baxter, an art-loving Englishwoman, arrives in Glasgow for the city’s International Exhibition. She meets the Scottish painter, Ned Gillespie, and his wife, Annie – but tragedy is about to strike the Gillespies.

Gillespie and I 1-2    Length: 01:07:58    Size: 77.85Mb    Gillespie and I 2-2    Length: 01:08:24    Size: 77.19Mb    

In the Van.    By Clare Bayley.     1 episode(s).
Recently promoted MI5 agent, Yasmin Zafiri is on her first stake out facing weeks, rather unglamorously, in a van, and with an unexpected supervisor. On Yasmin’s first day in the MI5 surveillance van, she discovers her lover Jonathan is also on the case. They begin to eavesdrop on secret lives and test their own relationship.
Yasmin has the same pressures of many young professional women, but she also has the safety of hundreds of ordinary citizens in her hands. She’s an MI5 agent making decisions to prevent a terrorist attack while struggling to preserve her relationship with fellow agent Jonathan. It gives an insight into the pressures and preoccupations of an ordinary woman doing an extraordinary job for MI5. By hearing the conversations she is intercepting, we glimpse the invasion of privacy that phone tapping involves. Increasingly identifying with this loving, resourceful immigrant family, Yasmin’s success in MI5 and her future marriage come at the cost of their happiness.

The drama was recorded on location in a flat and a vehicle parked in the streets of north London, creating the believable, tense interior world of one woman in a crisis, living the life of a spy.

In the Van   Length:  01:07:25   Size: 77.19Mb    

Intensive Care.    By Mike Harris.    1 episode(s).
Cath and Nick have a fractious forty year old marriage. Then one day their ‘normal’ comes to an end as Cath experiences a sub-arachnoid brain haemorrhage. Most people who get this are dead before they hit the ground. Can Cath be the one percent that survives with all her faculties in tact?

Intensive Care   Length: 01:07:30    Size: 77.30Mb    

Jane Eyre.    By Charlotte Brontë.     2 episode(s).
Orphan Jane learns at an early age that self-control is the surest means of retaining self-respect in adversity. It is a lesson that serves her well in the years ahead as she endures the misery of life with her cruel, uncaring aunt, followed by the harsh regime at Lowood Institution, a charity school for poor children.
After taking the post of governess at Thornfield Hall, she meets the master of the house, the brooding, enigmatic Edward Rochester, and finds herself falling in love with him. It seems as if happiness may finally be within her grasp – but a series of strange events leads her to believe that Rochester is concealing a dark secret. When the truth is revealed, the heartbroken Jane will need all her inner strength and resilience to face up to it…

Amanda Hale and Tom Burke star in a full-cast dramatisation of Charlotte Brontë’s most beloved novel, adapted by Rachel Joyce.

These files will be moved to Drama Page 72 once work to the site has been completed.

Jane Eyre 1-2   Length: 01:06:27    Size: 76.12Mb    Jane Eyre 2-2    Length: 01:06:39    Size: 76.34Mb    

Just a Girl.    By Mark Davies Markham.     3 episode(s).
How would you cope if your child was born into the wrong body? Amy and her parents meet the doctor who will help them work out if hormone blockers are the right choice. A very ordinary family has come to terms with the less ordinary experience of Amy who was born as Ben. Adamant that she is a girl from an early age, Amy is growing up fast and nervous about starting senior school, with a boy’s body. Her parents, Gary and Charlotte, have to help decide whether she should take significant steps to delay puberty until she can be fully assessed for transgender treatment. The right thing to do is not clear, and their different views on what is best for their child present some very difficult choices. Granddad Ted loves them all but struggles to grasp how serious the situation is. At the same time, everyday family life goes on, and re-decorating Amy’s bedroom brings her and her Granddad closer. This honest, compassionate new drama was inspired by real life experiences.

Just a Girl S01E01    Length: 01:08:58    Size: 78.99Mb    Just a Girl S02E01    Length: 01:08:02    Size: 77.92Mb    Just a Girl S03E01    Length: 01:08:29    Size: 78.44Mb    

Loot.    By Joe Orton.    1 episode(s).
Can two young robbers – using a family bereavement to cover their tracks – avoid the long arm of the law? The first-ever radio production of Orton’s hilarious, black masterpiece made to mark the 30th anniversary of his death.

Playwright Joe Orton was bludgeoned to death by his boyfriend, Kenneth Halliwell at the peak of his career on 9th August 1967 aged 34.

This play contains language that may offend.

Loot    Length: 01:24:29    Size: 96.76Mb    

Marathon Man.    By William Goldman.     1 episode(s).
William Goldman’s dark cult thriller about a student whose world is turned upside down by a Nazi dentist and a network of spies.
At Columbia University, Thomas “Babe” Levy, a postgrad history student and aspiring marathon runner, is working to clear his late father’s name after the scandal of his suicide, triggered by the McCarthy hearings and accusations of Communist affiliations.
In Paraguay, Dr. Christian Szell, former Nazi dentist and protégé of Josef Mengele, has been in exile for decades. Infamous as the “White Angel of Auschwitz,” he’s leaving his South American sanctuary to smuggle a fortune in gems out of New York City.
Meanwhile, in London’s Kensington Gardens, an international assassin known only as Scylla has completed a hit. A man with too many secrets and twice as many enemies, Scylla has become a target himself, with only one place left to turn.
Then, when Babe’s revered older brother, Doc, pays him a fateful and unexpected visit, it sets in motion a chain of events plunging Babe into a paranoid nightmare of family betrayal, international conspiracy, and the dark crimes of history. Now, the marathon man is running for his life, and closer to answering a single cryptic and terrifying question: “Is it safe?”

William Goldman’s Marathon Man was adapted by the author for the award-winning 1976 film starring Dustin Hoffman and Laurence Olivier. Upon its publication, the Washington Post called it “one of the best novels of the year,” and it remains a powerful, horrifying read. In the words of #1 New York Times–bestselling author Harlan Coben: “I found myself racing through it. You could have put a gun to my head, and I wouldn’t have been able to put [Marathon Man] down.”

Marathon Man    Length: 00:56:31    Size: 64.75Mb    

Mary Something Takes the Veil.    By Charlotte Jones.     1 episode(s).
Preparing to take her final vows, a novice nun must decide which saint to dedicate herself to.

Mary Something Takes the Veil    Length: 00:44:42    Size: 51.21Mb    

People Don’t Do Such Things.    By Ruth Rendell.     1 episode(s).
It is 1979 and hapless accountant Arthur and his wife Gwen have made a new friend.
Flashy novelist Reeve is everything they’re not – carefree, charismatic and seemingly irresistible. At first, his friendship seems to offer an enticing window into a world beyond their cloistered suburban existence, but it doesn’t take long for the relationship to slip into rather more sinister territory. With unfussy performances and a rumbling documentary-style soundscape, the grimness of late-70s suburbia is palpable throughout. From the moment colossal egotist Reeve arrives on the scene, it’s clear that Arthur and Gwen don’t stand a chance, and it’s this festering inevitability, lurking in awkward pauses and fidgety middle-class tics, that gives this play its most haunting moments.
People Don’t Do Such Things    Length: 00:43:48    Size: 50.18Mb    
Prayers for the Stolen.    By Jennifer Clement.    1 episode(s).
Atmospheric drama set in Mexico that explores the effects of drug trafficking through the eyes of 15-year-old Lady Di Martinez.

Prayers for the Stolen    Length: 01:08:24    Size: 78.36Mb    

The Siege    (R)    By Helen Dunmore.    Read by Sara Kestelman. 2 episode(s).
The story of one family caught up in the appalling struggle to survive the Siege of Leningrad by German forces during the Second World War in 1942.

Helen Dunmore (1952-2017) was the writer of 12 novels and 10 poetry collections winning several accolades for her work.

The Siege 1-2    Length: 01:06:08    Size: 75.72Mb    The Siege 2-2    Length: 01:07:34    Size: 75.72Mb    

The Betrayal.    (R)    By Helen Dunmore.    Read by Sara Kestelman. 2 episode(s).
Helen Dunmore returns to the Soviet Union, and to the city of Leningrad whose history she so powerfully evoked in her best-seller The Siege. Now, a decade later, starvation and bitter cold have been replaced with fear and suspicion, as the people of Leningrad do their best to keep their heads down and their lives unremarkable in an era of accusations, arrests and the midnight knock at the door. Anna and Andrei have survived the siege, married and together have brought up Anna’s brother Kolya. They want their lives to be ordinary – but when the son of a senior secret police official is admitted to the hospital where Andrei is a paediatrican, Andrei finds himself outmanoeuvred by the more politically astute and face to face with a man who has the power to destroy him and his family. Helen Dunmore’s evocative portrait of one couple living in the shadow of Stalin conveys both the sense of all pervading menace, from neighbours, from colleagues, from the state, and the struggle to remain humane and true in the face of it. As the net tightens around Andrei and his life becomes the stuff of nightmares, she also tells a compelling and page-turning tale.

The Betrayal 1-2    Length: 01:07:07    Size: 76.90Mb    The Betrayal 2-2    Length: 01:07:45    Size: 77.62Mb    

The Castle of Otranto.    By Horace Walpole.     1 episode(s).
When Prince Manfred’s only son is killed on the morning of his wedding, he decides to marry the bride himself – but the castle ghost seems to be standing in his way.

Horace Walpole’s 1764 novel is a dark tale of duplicity and dynastic rivalry in medieval Italy. It’s said to be the first ever gothic novel, becoming extremely popular in the 18th and 19th centuries – and the inspiration to authors like Ann Radcliffe, Bram Stoker and Edgar Allan Poe.

The Castle of Otranto    Length: 01:27:22    Size: 100.07Mb    

The Churchill Barriers.    By Emma Spurgin Hussey.     1 episode(s).
Orkney, 1944, and clerk George finds common ground with Italian POW Giorgio as they build the famous sea defences.

The Churchill Barriers    Length: 00:43:42    Size: 50.07Mb    

The Dad Who Fell to Earth.    By Toby Hadoke.     episode(s).
Tom had been struggling to come to terms with his dad’s sudden death, but that was before he found out his dad was secretly an alien from a distant planet. Tom finds his whole world shifting to a new perspective, a perspective that might just also include saving Earth from imminent destruction.

The Dad Who Fell to Earth    Length: 00:43:57    Size: 50.38Mb    

The FBIs’ Most Wanted Woman.    By Assata Shakur.     1 episode(s).
‘My name is Assata Shakur and I am a Revolutionary. A Black Revolutionary.’ Assata Shakur was a founding member of the Black Liberation Army, former Black Panther, activist and Godmother of Tupac Shakur. She became the first ever woman to make the FBI’s most wanted terrorist list.

The FBIs’ Most Wanted Woman    Length: 01:08:51    Size: 78.86Mb    

The Old Man.    By Maxim Gorky.     1 episode(s).
The life of a successful building contractor is shattered by the intrusion of an old man he knew in the past… Set in provincial Russia at the turn of the century, Maxim Gorky drama is translated from Russian by Michael Glenny.

Premiering at Moscow’s Maly Theatre on New Year’s Day 1919, this was the first English production of the play.

The Old Man    Length: 01:29:47    Size: 102.81Mb    

The One about the Social Worker.    By Martin Jameson.    1 episode(s).
Until five months ago, Liz was a hard-nosed child-protection social worker. Today she doesn’t know who she is, except that she’s on suspension, hiding from the press, dosed up on SSRIs … and that there’s someone shouting her name in Tesco’s.
It’s an irony of child protection, that if you’ve been a social worker long enough to remove two children from a woman at birth, that means you may be the one constant in her life she can trust. So when Tamsin tracks down her old social worker Liz for help, she doesn’t care that Liz is on suspension and forbidden from talking to her. Or that Liz is the current hate figure of the national press, after the violent death of a child on her caseload. Tamsin just wants help. Should Liz ignore her? Or is time to break the rules?
The One about the Social Worker    Length: 01:08:54    Size: 78.91Mb    
The Bottle Factory Outing.    By Beryl Bainbridge.     1 episode(s).
Beryl Bainbridge’s darkly comic novel The Bottle Factory Outing. It’s 1970. Two Northerners, Freda and Brenda share a bedsit in London and work in the local Bottle Factory, run by a family of Italians. On the day of the annual factory outing, the van Freda’s booked fails to turn up…and things rapidly go from bad to worse… A black comedy with the suspense of a thriller. Brenda and Freda share a flat in London, and secrets. When Brenda confides her ‘goings on’ in the cellar of the bottle factory with the married Rossi, Freda decides it has got to stop. She will confront Rossi and save her friend.
The day of the planned factory outing arrives, but begins badly. Brenda and Freda end up in a Ford Cortina driven by Rossi with Vittorio beside him. At the last minute Patrick tries to squeeze in the car but is rejected by Freda. They drive to Windsor Park for a picnic, and games. As the group drifts apart Freda is left with Vittorio. She’s just about to start her seduction of him when Patrick pops up and is angry with her. In the heat of the day, suspicions and passions flare.
The Bottle Factory Outing    Length: 00:56:58    Size: 52.23Mb    
Tombstone.    (R)    By Yang Jishen.    Read by David Yip. episode(s).
“I call this book Tombstone. It is a tombstone for my father who died of hunger in 1959, for the 36 million Chinese who also died of hunger, for the system that caused their death and perhaps for myself for writing this book.”
Yang Jishen’s book is banned in China. It is a passionate and angry account of one of the 20th century’s most shocking man-made disasters. Based on an array of new sources and personal testimonies and written by someone who was a Communist Party insider with remarkable access to official archives, Tombstone is as significant and powerful a work as Solzhenitsyn’s The Gulag Archipelago.
Tombstone    Length: 01:07:38    Size: 77.45Mb    
The Lie of the Land.    (R)    By Amanda Craig.    Read by Amanda Lawrence. 1 episode(s).
Amanda Craig’s suspenseful, state-of-the-nation black comedy that highlights the growing disconnect between life in London and the rest of the country.

The Lie of the Land 1-2    Length: 01:06:48    Size: 76.53Mb    The Lie of the Land 2-2    Length: 01:08:08    Size: 78.05Mb        

What Would Elizabeth Bennet Do?    By Charlotte Jones.     5 episode(s).
Ever wondered what your favourite literary characters would do if they were around today? City boy James takes inspiration from his girlfriend’s beloved Austen in plotting how to win her back. He wants to grab her attention with an offer he hopes she can’t refuse.

What Would Elizabeth Bennet Do (full)    Length: 01:08:54    Size: 80.53Mb    What Would Elizabeth Bennet Do 1-5 Darcy    Length: 00:13:34    Size: 15.61Mb    What Would Elizabeth Bennet Do 2-5 Charlotte Lucas    Length: 00:13:32    Size: 15.56Mb    What Would Elizabeth Bennet Do 3-5 Lydia    Length: 00:13:12    Size: 15.18Mb    What Would Elizabeth Bennet Do 4-5 Mrs Bennet    Length: 00:13:39    Size: 15.69Mb    What Would Elizabeth Bennet Do 5-5 Lizzy    Length: 00:13:50    Size: 15.90Mb    

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