The story of the rise of fascism and the cult of The Leader, in a Germany shattered by defeat.
NUREMBERG. The Trial of The Nazi War Criminals, drawn from eye-witness testimony, documents and court transcripts uncovers the distressing truth behind the Nazi atrocities.
A young atomic scientist is witness to decisions made in 1968 which changed the peaceful Indian Nuclear energy programme forever.
Sunrise is an original drama for BBC Radio 4 by film director and screenwriter Amit Gupta.
This is your Country Now Too
A series of seven stories seen through the eyes of children.
What it is to be a child refugee: the peril, the decision to flee and the obstacles facing them as they leave home for the unknown.
The series devised by Nicolas Kent with Jack Bradley was a co-production with BBC Drama (London) for BBC Radio 4.
The Pirates of Penzance
by Gilbert & Sullivan.
A co-production with Scottish Opera & the D’Oyly Carte Opera Company.
Gilbert and Sullivan’s swashbuckling classic.
A Scottish and UK tour.
by Rodgers & Hammerstein.
“The Best Rodgers & Hammerstein in a Generation” Washington Post.
The Lincoln Center Theater’s multiple Tony-winning production,
directed by Bart Sher at the Barbican Theatre and on a UK-wide tour.
The Afghan and the Penguin
by Michael Hastings for BBC Radio 4.
Neither Younis’ landlady, nor his MOD case officer, can help the Afghan interpreter. Facing deportation, he finds counsel in an unlikely friend. But can a penguin really help?
Waves Breaking On A Shore
by Neil Brand and Michael Eaton in two parts for BBC Radio 4.
The new world of silent movies captures the imagination of two young men, one Irish the other Jewish, at the turn of the 20th century starring Andrew Scott, Hayley Atwell and Jim Norton.
The Conflict Is Over
by Michael Eaton for BBC Radio 4.
The story of the secret discussions that led up to the signing of the Downing Street Declaration in December, 1993.
A Life of Chekhov
by Irene Nemirovsky adapted by Michael Hastings for BBC Radio 4.
Episodes from the childhood and later life of Anton Chekhov, starring Andrew Scott and Romola Garai.