Playwright David Hare on his memoir The Blue Touch Paper, Meryl Streep's new film Ricki and the Flash reviewed, artist Max Richter's Sleep project. Show more
David Hare on Denial, John Akomfrah, The Liverpool Everyman repertory company, and Fiddler on the Roof. Show more
As the net draws in, DI Kip Glaspie enters a dangerous power play with MI5. But is it too late to save everyone involved?
In-depth investigation with Emily Maitlis. Trump announces the US-Mexico wall, and he is about to meet Theresa May. Plus democracy in Hong Kong, and David Hare on Holocaust denial. Show more
Arts news with Kirsty lang, including Bryan Cranston on Trumbo, David Hare on adapting Ibsen and Mark Haddon discussing the States of Mind exhibition at the Wellcome Collection. Show more
Benedict Cumberbatch explores the life and work of the playwright Terence Rattigan. Rattigan mastered the 'well crafted play' of upper class manners and repressed sexuality. Show more
By David Hare. Drama set in the '60s in Lancing College, Sussex. A pin-sharp pupil is cut off from his fellow boys by virtue of his own intellect, background and questioning spirit. Show more
Playwright David Hare discusses his latest TV drama series Collateral. John Burningham and Helen Oxenbury on being joint winners of the BookTrust Lifetime Achievement Award. Show more
John Adams on his latest opera The Gospel According to the Other Mary, New Orleans musician Dr John on Louis Armstrong, and the director of The Graduate, Mike Nichols, remembered. Show more
Documentary telling the fascinating story of American philanthropist Henry McIlhenny, who bequeathed his County Donegal estate and historic castle to the Irish Republic. Show more
Writer and director Sir David Hare talks frankly to Mark Lawson following the publication of his much-anticipated memoir The Blue Touch Paper. Show more
Crime drama series. DI Kip Glaspie leads the investigation into the unexplained shooting of Abdullah Asif, a pizza delivery driver and Syrian refugee. Show more
Crime drama series. When the killers claim another victim, DI Kip Glaspie decides to break the rules to get to the bottom of the mystery. Show more
Crime drama series. DI Kip Glaspie knows that Abdullah's sisters hold the key to his death, but why is a sinister MI5 officer doing his best to derail the investigation? Show more
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Marking the 50th anniversary of the first Play for Today, this film celebrates the acclaimed series of controversial single dramas broadcast on BBC One between 1970 and 1984. Show more
Adapted by David Hare from his acclaimed stage play, My Zinc Bed explores addiction in its many guises - addiction to alcohol, love and the need to control. Show more
As Charmian digs into Peter’s political past in Washington DC, troubles arise at home as Peter’s family discovers his affair.
Peter confronts his family over his affair, while Rochelle picks up where Charmian left off. Show more
Peter Laurence is a charismatic government minister on the verge of promotion to high office. But an inmate at a women’s prison claims to have a secret about Peter’s past that could affect his future. Show more
As Dawn’s premiership falters, Peter makes a move for the top spot. But with his enemies circling, he is forced to risk one final roll of the dice.