An anthology of six science fiction plays ; In "Crimes", a psychologist tries to cope with marital problems while working on the problem of prison overcrowding in 2002. In "Bright Eyes", ...
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Time: 1999. Setting: A city tower block converted into a government-run 'Youth Unit'. The youths, at an age when they might be studying, training, working or protesting, have been ' bought off by the...
By 1999, Great Britain is part of a true European Community in the midst of a Euro-war. The play follows the fortunes of a small family unit -Sam, Rachel and Cathy - over a period of 20 years, during...
It appears Charity Walton has everything a woman could wish for at the start of the 1980s - a husband, four children, and a promising academic career. But when Mark Carleton joins the staff... See full summary »
Ken Boon and Harry Crawford are two middle-aged ex-firemen. Harry retires and opens a hotel (The Grand Hotel), with Ken as a temporary odd-job man. During the seven seasons (1986-1992), Ken... See full summary »
An anthology of six science fiction plays ; In "Crimes", a psychologist tries to cope with marital problems while working on the problem of prison overcrowding in 2002. In "Bright Eyes", Britain is seen to be in the middle of a Euro-war in 1999. In "Cricket", two village communities take unusual measures to win a local cricket match in 1997. In "The Nuclear Family", a 1999 British family take a working holiday in an underwater missile base. In "Shades", set in 1999 again, the government has paid unemployed youths to live in converted office blocks and amuse themselves through virtual reality, and in "Easter 2016", students in a Northern Ireland college stage an uprising to commemorate the Easter Rising of 1916.