Thieves fall out and are tracked by police.
A liberal-minded union man erupts when his daughter proposes to marry a black man.
At a medical school, a jealous witch sets an evil force on her rival.
In the early Thirties, Hercule Poirot solves a murder on a snowbound train.
During World War II in England, a man just out of a mental hospital wins a cake at a village fair and finds himself caught up in bewildering intrigues.
A gypsy servant girl falls in love with her master but is accused of murder.
The adventures of three confidence tricksters.
A bad-tempered young man with a grudge against life and the government runs a market stall, lives in a squalid flat and has an affair with his wife’s best friend.
In Victorian Glasgow, a well-to-do young woman is accused of murdering her lover, but the verdict is ‘not proven’
Emma Harte, in the last winter of her life, deals with her granddaughter Paula as well as her respected advisor Henry Rossiter, and Blackie O'Neill. Follow-up to A Woman of Substance (1984)
Polish patriots sabotage the German rocket installation at Peenemünde.
A widow refuses to be frightened away from her seaside home by the ghost of a sea captain, with whom she falls in love.
Dames Judi Dench, Eileen Atkins, Joan Plowright and Maggie Smith reminisce and discuss their acting careers over tea.
In 1944, two American fliers are captured by a friendly, lonely mild-mannered German, who keeps them in his cellar and hasn’t the heart to tell them when the war is over…
A young Westerner, accused of cattle rustling and branded, vows revenge.
Invalid Elizabeth Barrett plans to marry poet Robert Browning, against her tyrannical father’s wishes. Remake of the 1934 version.
Many people are suspected when a domineering former prison wardress is found murdered at an archaeological dig near the Dead Sea in the 1930s.
Harley Street psychiatrist Dr Morelle uses psychology, criminology and dogged persistence to solve crimes.
In a European totalitarian state, a cardinal is tortured and brainwashed.
19th-century chronicles of a mill-owning Yorkshire family.
An Egyptian sarcophagus carried aboard a cruise ship contains the son of Satan, and its effects start to make the ship’s passengers behave strangely.
After the destruction of the Twelve Colonies of mankind, the surviving humans flee in Battlestar Galactica and a small fleet in search of a new home on Earth, all the while being pursued by the robotic Cylons.
Light-hearted radio comedy-drama starring Jack Warner and Kathleen Harrison as Joe and Ethel Huggett, raising a family in post-war Britain.
A trooper, a governess and others escape downriver from one of General Gordon’s outposts.
Two songwriters struggle to compose a hit song, until one discovers a way to be successful: by recording an old tune backwards.