Popular fortnightly series resurrecting stage melodramas of the 19th century
It was her destiny to marry a King - Her duty to stand by his side in battle - And her fate to deny her true heart's desire...
Children can sometimes have an instinct for situations that are beyond the grasp of their young minds...
Guests invited for the weekend by the irresponsible Bliss family find themselves involved in a series of embarrassing and comic situations in what has been described as Noël Coward’s best play.
The first television adaptation of Harold Brighouse's black comedy.
An ailing mango, two wives and an ambitious employee, all help to upset a youthful tycoon's weekend in the hothouse.
Set partly on a building site, a boy (15-year old Dennis Waterman) and a girl (16-year old Judith Geeson) meet secretly in a partly-built block of flats each day after the builders leave.
Wilde's witty, elegant and absurdly funny classic with an all-star cast
The Earth has been at war with the Outspacers for many years. The fate of the planet depends on the success of a vital project headed by one man.
The earliest complete surviving BBC television play of the 1950s.