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Play of the Week

> Play of the Week on BBC World Service at 2006-03-19 02:00:00
The Seagull: Anton Chekov's classic play, dramatised by Eliaveta Fen.

> Play of the Week on BBC World Service at 2006-03-18 18:30:00
The Seagull: Anton Chekov's classic play, dramatised by Eliaveta Fen.

> Play of the Week on BBC World Service at 2006-03-12 02:00:00
Sagila - the Knobstick, by Sibusiso Mamba. Inspired by Eric Sibanda's short story, a dark, contemporary murder mystery set in Swaziland.

> Play of the Week on BBC World Service at 2006-03-11 18:30:00
Sagila: the Knobstick, by Sibusiso Mamba. Inspired by Eric Sibanda's short story, a dark, contemporary murder mystery set in Swaziland.

> Play of the Week on BBC World Service at 2006-03-05 02:00:00
Objects of Insane Desire: Marcy Kahan's play tells a tale in verse dramatising the comedy, pathos, boredom, excitement and peculiar sadness involved in buying shiny, expensive things.

> Play of the Week on BBC World Service at 2006-03-04 18:30:00
Objects of Insane Desire: Marcy Kahan's play tells a simple tale in verse dramatising the comedy, pathos, boredom, excitement and peculiar sadness involved in buying shiny, expensive things.

> Play of the Week on BBC World Service at 2006-02-26 02:00:00
The Big Life: Paul Sirett and Paul Joseph's feel-good ska musical which transports the plot of Shakespeare's Love's Labour's Lost to 1950s London.

> Play of the Week on BBC World Service at 2006-02-25 18:30:00
The Big Life: Paul Sirett and Paul Joseph's feel-good ska musical which transports the plot of Shakespeare's Love's Labour's Lost to 1950s London.

> Play of the Week on BBC World Service at 2006-02-19 02:00:00
No Background Music: A former Vietnam field nurse finally confronts the demons that haunt her. Normi Noel's play is based on interviews with nurses who served in Vietnam. Stars Sigourney Weaver.

> Play of the Week on BBC World Service at 2006-02-18 18:30:00
No Background Music: A former Vietnam field nurse finally confronts the demons that haunt her. Normi Noel's play is based on interviews with nurses who served in Vietnam. Stars Sigourney Weaver.

> Play of the Week on BBC World Service at 2006-02-12 02:00:00
The Award Winners: Mr McNamara, an adaptation of a William Trevor story. In 1940s Ireland, after 16-year-old Michael's father dies, he visits Dublin to see his father's old friend Mr McNamara.

> Play of the Week on BBC World Service at 2006-01-29 02:00:00
The Award Winners. Knocking: David Eliet's drama portrays the chilling world of a repressive society, which singles out those whose freedom it wishes to curb.

> Play of the Week on BBC World Service at 2006-01-28 18:30:00
The Award Winners. Knocking: David Eliet's drama portrays the chilling world of a repressive society, which singles out those whose freedom it wishes to curb.

> Play of the Week on BBC World Service at 2006-01-22 02:00:00
Truckin': Bill Bailey and Anton Lesser play two men who have been hired to drive around America exhibiting a copy of The Magna Carta.

> Play of the Week on BBC World Service at 2006-01-21 18:30:00
Truckin': Bill Bailey and Anton Lesser play two men who have been hired to drive around America exhibiting a copy of The Magna Carta.

> Play of the Week on BBC World Service at 2006-01-15 02:00:00
The Heart of a Dog: Award-winning plays previously broadcast on BBC World Service. Adapted from Mikhail Bulgakov's novel, this play is about a stray dog that gains a human intelligence.

> Play of the Week on BBC World Service at 2006-01-14 18:30:00
The Heart of a Dog: Award-winning plays previously broadcast on BBC World Service. Adapted from Mikhail Bulgakov's novel, this play is about a stray dog that gains a human intelligence.

> Play of the Week on BBC World Service at 2006-01-08 02:00:00
The Award Winners. Omega: Award-winning plays previously broadcast on BBC World Service. Omega by Mike Walker, is the story of a civil engineer building what's going to be the world's tallest tower.

> Play of the Week on BBC World Service at 2006-01-07 18:30:00
The Award Winners. Omega: Award-winning plays previously broadcast on BBC World Service. Omega by Mike Walker, is the story of a civil engineer building what's going to be the world's tallest tower.

> Play of the Week on BBC World Service at 2005-09-18 01:00:00
Tide Race: This thriller from award-winning playwright Mike Walker takes us to Indonesia. A relief captain, a mate and first officer arrive on board an ancient cargo vessel.

> Play of the Week on BBC World Service at 2005-09-17 17:30:00
Tide Race: This thriller from award-winning playwright Mike Walker takes us to Indonesia. A relief captain, a mate and first officer arrive on board an ancient cargo vessel.

> Play of the Week on BBC World Service at 2005-09-04 01:00:00
Jump, Mr Malinoff, Jump: From acclaimed writer Toby Whitehouse, this is the story of two Essex boys, their Russian mother and uncle, and corruption and arson. Starring Martin Freeman.

> Play of the Week on BBC World Service at 2005-09-03 17:30:00
Jump, Mr Malinoff, Jump: From acclaimed writer Toby Whitehouse, this is the story of two Essex boys, their Russian mother and uncle, and corruption and arson. Starring Martin Freeman.

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