One of the most significant pieces of unrecorded and therefore "missing" drama presentations from the television archives, 'Number Three' was an 80-minute science fiction drama shown under the BBC's 'Sunday-Night Theatre' strand.
A middle-class couple go camping in Dorset, but peace and quiet elude them in Mike Leigh's masterpiece on the comedic potential inherent in human behaviour
Post-apocalyptic drama - one of the first TV plays on a politically sensitive topic, about the survivors of a nuclear attack on the British isles.
Tempers flare and troubles abound when a coach load of 30 remedial kids - and their teachers - set out for an outing from Liverpool to North Wales
It is 1915. Young Annie Hudd, in spite of her family's jeers, is determined to go to France to help the wounded soldiers. She is to suffer many setbacks before her ambition to become a nurse is realised.
Frederick James Parsons is fanatical, dedicated, sincere; with his willing but slow-witted accomplice, Harry Warblow, he has planned a crime so sensational that it will surely call world-wide attention to his aims.
Ten single television plays based on the works of the celebrated science fiction writer who wrote over 40 novels and 120 short stories
The world of beautiful women and fashion photographers-what happens when a girl from the country arrives in London and finds herself out of her depth?
A group of building workers have one thing in common - their dreams for the future; but Ken, the foreman, is cruelly determined to make them see that their dreams can never be fulfilled.
Thirty minute play in set during the Battle of Trafalgar.