|01||01||That's Not A Name I Know||20000717|
by Alice Barry and Claire Bennett.
At a critical point in her career, a Birmingham businesswoman who 26 years ago gave up her baby for adoption is forced to reassess her life.
Meanwhile, in Cork, Mairead prepares for marriage.
With Eileen Walsh and Jillie Meers
|01||02||The Gathering Wave & The Wide Open Sea||20000718|
Two plays about isolation and loss.
`The Gathering Wave' by Isabel Wright, starring Lisa Malcolm. On the east coast of Scotland nine-year-old Alex is having to grow up fast. Director: Gaynor Macfarlane. `The Wide Open Sea' by Don McCamphill, starring Gayanne Potter. On the north coast of Ireland ten years later, Alex struggles to survive loneliness and self-doubt. Director: Lawrence Jackson
by Carl Grose and Eryl Roderick. Welsh farmer Rita and Cornish fisherman Reg plan an unusual form of revenge on irresponsible tourists. With Di Botcher and David Shaw. Director: Alison Hindell
by Leila Aboulela and Sarah Phelps. A thirtysomething London couple holiday in Egypt and return with a female djinn who has been trapped for 900 years in a jar of cardamom seeds. With Adjoa Andoh and Lisa Coleman. Director: Bruce Young
|01||05 LAST||Making Waves||20000721|
by Sol B River and Gee Williams. The Rev Benjamin Stevens, a Jamaican minister, revitalises his new Welsh congregation and digs up the floor of the church to make a baptism pool. A leading member of the church and chair of the circuit committee fights him all the way. Who will win? With Burt Caesar and Christine Pritchard. Director: Polly Thomas
By Paula Cunningham and Mark Illis. Alice is convinced the hospital has made a mistake and switched her baby with another born on the same day. Can she prove her case?
|02||02||Touching The Linden Tree||20020305|
By Colin Hough and Rebecca Trick-Walker. When a high-powered advertising executive gives up the rat race, he finds rural life both exasperating and inspiring.
|02||03||Route Number Twelve||20020306|
By Cynthia Hamilton and Nicola McCartney. Lena and Joseph met on the No 12 bus in 1968. More than 30 years later, Lena makes the same journey. Can their love have survived?
By Nell Leyshon and Stephen McAnena.
Two parents have been forced to leave their dairy farm, and in unfamiliar surroundings, they face an even more demanding challenge.
|02||05 LAST||Written In Mist||20020308|
By Stephanie Dale and Ieuan Watkins. Two people who grew up together are now worlds apart, but their lives are about to collide in dramatic fashion.
|03||01||We Got Tonight||20041101|
By Maria Connolly and Keith Law
A comedy about an idealistic musician who finds it hard to sacrifice his principals to save his marriage until he is kidnapped by two escaped convicts and his whole future is put in jeopardy.
Original music written and played by Keith Law
Directed by Tanya Nash
by Ruth Jones and Debbie Moon. In 1775, Elizabeth is seeing spirits and in 2004, Jess is hearing voices.
|03||03||The Distance Between||20041115|
by Charlotte Goodwin and Pamela Wells
On the day of recording, a writer finds his radio play handed over to a producer who hasn't even had time to read it. As the actors in the studio give voice to his drama, the writer's obsession with his female protagonist rises to the surface, and the line between fact and fiction becomes blurred.
The Writer....Andy Hockley
The Producer....Julia Hills
The Actress....Polly Lister
The Actor....Jez Thomas
Directed in Birmingham by Jenny Stephens and Kate Chapman
by Helen East and Ruth Jones.
After being mugged, an ex-dancer develops an unlikely friendship with the teenager responsible.
|03||05 LAST||Scissors And Ribbon||20041129|
By Hannah and Rachel McGill
Big conspiracy comes to a small town in this light-hearted comedy. The town's local hero hasn't stepped out of her house for years until Pedro arrives from Columbia determined to make a miracle happen in Mecklington.
Directed by Lu Kemp