- Home, I'm Darling
- Jessica Ransom, Diane Keen and Neil McDermott lead the cast in this thought-provoking comedy by Laura Wade about one woman's quest to be the perfect 1950s housewife.
- The Small Hand
- Bill Kenwright presents a new Susan Hill stage thriller starring Andrew Lancel, Diane Keen and Robert Duncan.
- The Vagina Monologues
- Diane Keen and Terri Dwyer chat about their roles in The Vagina Monologues.
- Having the Last Laugh
- It was while Diane Keen was working on the Ruth Rendell Mysteries that she fell in love with her husband for the second time around.
- September Song
- "This has been an extraordinary job all round. From day one the whole unit and all the actors were like family."
- Cold Blood
- A feature-length Taggart Christmas special. Set in Glasgow, this long-running detective series stars Mark McManus as Jim Taggart, a cop who will stop at nothing to dispense justice and protect the innocent. Unflinching in depicting the dark side of Scotland, the show's grim subject matter and sharp plots helped it evolve into one of Britain's most popular dramas.
- The Shillingbury Tales
- A top-rated Sunday evening ITV show when originally broadcast, this gentle and funny village life series stars a wealth of British acting talent including Robin Nedwell, Diane Keen, Jack Douglas, John Le Mesurier, Bernard Cribbins and Trevor Howard.
- Silver Dream Racer
- Pop legend David Essex stars opposite Beau Bridges in a bittersweet story set in the cut-throat world of motorcycle racing. Featuring thrilling scenes filmed at the 1979 British Grand Prix.
- The Sandbaggers
- Acclaimed cold war spy series. Set against a backdrop of mistrust and suspicion, ex-agent Neil Burnside (Roy Marsden) heads 'the Sandbaggers', an elite covert section of British Intelligence charged with maintaining national security.
- Flying Squad officer Jack Regan becomes embroiled in a political plot when an old friend asks him to investigate a seemingly suspicious death. Framed on a drink-driving charge and suspended from the force, Regan is embroiled in a deadly conspiracy and must think fast and rely on his wits if he's to survive.
- The Feathered Serpent
- A childrens series set in the court of the ancient Toltec civilisation.
- The Legend of Robin Hood
- A BBC serial in six parts by Alistair Bell.
- The Cuckoo Waltz
- Local news reporter Chris Hawthorne (David Roper) and his wife, Fliss (Diane Keen), live a simple but contented life with their twin babies and few material possessions, punctuated by occasional visits from Fliss's mum, Connie, and their eccentric neighbour, Austen Tweedale. All that changes, however, when they take in lodger Gavin Rumsey (Lewis Collins).
- Fall of Eagles
- An English princess confronts the Prussian doctrine of blood and iron.