Peter Wildeblood's adaptation of Laurence Housman's Victoria Regina was broadcast in 1964 as four individual plays and starred Patricia Routledge who portrayed four ages of the monarch.
Harold Crombie (Robert Lang) is something of a nonentity-the sort of man who merges into the background so well that even his office colleagues barely notice he's there.
German TV film portraying the events of the Wannsee Conference, a meeting of senior government officials of Nazi Germany and SS leaders, held in Berlin in January 1942
A Chinese invasion of South Vietnam triggers a new world war between East and West. In the town of Rochester, Kent, the anticipation of a nuclear attack leads to mass evacuations. This one-off drama proved to be so controversial that the BBC, who made it, refused to broadcast it for 20 years.
Now regarded as a shining light of British television's golden age, The Wednesday Play is often held up as the perfect example of the impact that television had on a generation of viewers.
How many marriages are dying of boredom? How many couples are dragging out a dreary, meaningless existence because they have long ceased to care for each other?
US anthology series by the production company owned by Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, that gave rise to 'The Twilight Zone' and 'The Untouchables'
'Lost' BBC drama that was a forerunner to Z Cars, and one of the first police procedurals to be set outside of London
In a future Britain, the appetites and passions of the masses are controlled by television. When audiences show signs of boredom, the broadcasters must find new methods to engage them.
Who is the strange man brought by the police to Dr. Frame? Is he a murderer? How did he gain his uncanny knowledge of Frame's private life? Is it possible that he really comes from another time?