16 - 21 January 1995
With new evidence, a police inspector reopens a village kidnap case he failed to solve years earlier, but his enquiries are greeted with conspiracy and silence at every turn.
20 - 25 February 1995
The Business Of Murder
When a TV authoress arrives at a man's flat to discuss his wife's script, she is surprised to find her police detective lover there too.
27 March - 1 April 1995
The Man Who Fell In Love With His Wife
When a Liverpool dockworker's wife takes a Civil Service job, he becomes obsessed with the idea that she is having an affair with her new boss.
8 - 13 May 1995
And A Nightingale Sang
Cecil Philip Taylor
In Newcastle during World War II, a close-knit family live from one day to the next amid air-raid sirens and fears of poison gas attacks.
(Previously produced in 1985)
12 - 17 June 1995
The Odd Couple (Female Version)
Two women, one happily divorced, the other newly-separated and suicidal, come to realise that sharing a New York apartment may not have been such a good idea.
17 - 22 July 1995
Worm's Eye View
Ronald Frederick Delderfield
Unhappy at having five RAF pilots billeted at her home in World War II, a landlady is kind to them but takes her wrath out on her family.
4 - 9 September 1995
A British TV star returns home to find his wife dead, but, as his career is in decline, the question arises as to whether her death was due to suicide or murder.
2 - 7 October 1995
Everybody Loves Opal
Three petty crooks hide in a middle-aged woman's ramshackle house, and hatch a get-rich-quick scheme involving insurance and murder.
(Previously produced in 1980 and 1974)
6 - 11 November 1995
The Glass Menagerie
In a 1940's St Louis slum, a woman hopes her alcoholic son's friend will prove a suitable match for her crippled daughter.
(Previously produced in 1971)
11 - 16 December 1995
Run For Your Wife
A bigamous London cab driver is taken to hospital suffering from concussion after a car accident, and must cope with irate wives and prying policemen.