Dennis Potter recreates the Oxford of 100 years ago with tenderness and understanding, bringing alive the public world of Alice in Wonderland and the private world of its creator.
Hywel Bennett and Megs Jenkins star in Dennis Potter's Western with a difference - here the 'cow puncher' lives in Swansea,not Dodge City, is 19 and an overgrown, backward child.
Nigel is clever lad and eager to succeed . He's aware of the fashionable potency of being brilliant and working class, but new experiences aren't enough, is politics the answer? Show more
After a successful Oxford education, Nigel is working as a Journalist. But an important by-election looms which could put him on the road to a cabinet post.
A play written by James O'Connor about the series of events leading up to the imprisonment of a young man after being convicted of murder.
A play by Nell Dunn about three working class young women who live, work and play in Battersea.
David Mercer play about a young girl trying to become herself , not somebody else's self, just her self.
Off-beat musical by Ken Loach about a man who loves his daughter and tries to live life to the full.
A play by Jim Allen and directed by Ken Loach. A strike in a northern town threatens the lives and livelihoods of those caught up in the political turmoil.
Political drama by Ken Loach. 10,000 men threaten an unofficial strike of labour in the Liverpool docks. Adding tension to the Government, their employers and their Trade Unions.
A play by Dennis Potter about Jesus, the man, as well as the religious, political and military climate he lived in.
Landmark 1960s TV play about a young couple and their children who are cruelly overtaken by events which lead them into an unrelenting trap of debt, homelessness and poverty.
Dennis Potter's play set in the Forest of Dean in the 1890s. A woman is attacked in the forest and a bear-trainer and his bear come on the scene.
Two underprivileged Glaswegian youngsters are caught up in sectarian gang warfare after discovering crates stuffed with banknotes in the basement they use for a clubhouse.
Noel Coward's play about a mother and son who face the truth about one another during a weekend house-party.
A group of criminals plan a robbery, with the unwitting aid of a wealthy, well-connected society acquaintance. But who is the greater villain?
When 12-year old Scimpy learns that both his mum and dad are in prison, he runs away from his grandparents to track them down.
A reversal of African apartheid is introduced in Great Britain, and the country is governed by black people with whites as the subservients.