Voices From The Grave

Episodes

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01The Lie2006030720060307 BT=0000 (BBC7)
20070522 BT=1800 (BBC7)
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20080827 BT=1800 (BBC7)
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20090525 (BBC7)
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20180311 (BBC7)
20180312 (BBC7)

Buildings should consist of 'beauty, utility and firmness'.

Angela says the same about people; lose one and it all falls apart.

By Lynn Ferguson, with Ian Dunn, Leslie Ash and Janet Brown.

Lisa gives up everything for her lover - and wanders a disused psychiatric hospital.

Lynn Ferguson's horror with Leslie Ash.

Lisa gives up everything for her lover, and wanders a disused psychiatric hospital. Lynn Ferguson's horror tale stars Leslie Ash

Lisa gives up everything for her lover and wanders through a disused psychiatric hospital.

Buildings should consist of 'beauty, utility and firmness'. Angela says the same about people; lose one and it all falls apart.

Lisa gives up everything for her lover - and wanders a disused psychiatric hospital. Lynn Ferguson's horror with Leslie Ash.

Buildings should have 'beauty, utility and firmness'. Angela says the same about people.

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Buildings should consist of "beauty, utility and firmness". Angela says the same about people. Lose one and it all falls apart. Episode 1 of 4.

Lisa gives up everything for her lover - and wanders a disused Victorian psychiatric hospital.

Series of four chilling and intimate dramas inspired by existing ghost stories from around Britain.

Lynn Ferguson's horror stars Leslie Ash as Angela, Ian Dunn as Colin, Leslie Ash as Angela, Janet Brown as Martha/Lisa's Mother, Geoffrey Beevers as the Caretaker and Lynn Ferguson as Lisa.

Producers: Luke Fresle/Gemma Jenkins

Made for BBC 7 and first broadcast in 2006.

Horror stories from a range of authors.

02The Parson2006030820060308 BT=0000 (BBC7)
20070523 BT=1800 (BBC7)
20070523 (BBC7)
20070524 BT=0000 (BBC7)
20070524 (BBC7)
20080104 BT=1800 (BBC7)
20080104 (BBC7)
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20080105 (BBC7)
20080828 BT=1800 (BBC7)
20080828 (BBC7)
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20080829 (BBC7)
20090531 (BBC7)
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20100305 BT=1800 (BBC7)
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20140216 (BBC7)
20140217 (BBC7)
20160508 (BBC7)
20160509 (BBC7)
20180429 (BBC7)

Back from missionary work abroad, the Rev Martin Stokes stumbles into a nightmare of biblical proportions.

Back from missionary work abroad, Rev Martin Stokes stumbles into a nightmare of biblical proportions.

Back from missionary work abroad, Reverend Martin Stokes stumbles into a nightmare of biblical proportions.

By David Varela

Geoffrey Beevers, Wayne Foskett and Mark Bazeley.

Reverend Martin Stokes stumbles into a nightmare of biblical proportions.

Back from abroad, Reverend Martin Stokes faces a nightmare of biblical proportions.

David Varela's horror stars Lynne Verrall.

Back from abroad, Reverend Martin Stokes faces a nightmare of biblical proportions. David Varela's horror stars Lynne Verrall.

Back from missionary work abroad, Reverend Martin Stokes stumbles into a nightmare of biblical proportions. Episode 2 of 4.

Horror stories from a range of authors.

0350 Berkeley Square2006030920060309 BT=0000 (BBC7)
20070524 BT=1800 (BBC7)
20070524 (BBC7)
20070525 BT=0000 (BBC7)
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20080101 BT=1800 (BBC7)
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20080102 (BBC7)
20080825 BT=1800 (BBC7)
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20080826 (BBC7)
20090510 (BBC7)
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20090511 (BBC7)
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20100309 (BBC7)
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20140126 (BBC7)
20140127 (BBC7)
20160417 (BBC7)
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20180422 (BBC7)

The setting is Victorian England and a house, rumoured to be the most haunted in London, is about to give up its dark secret.

By Dylan Ritson

Sophie Roberts, Harry Myers and John Cummins.

A house rumoured to be the most haunted in Victorian London is about to give up its secret

The most haunted house in Victorian London is set to give up its dark secret.

Dylan Ritson's horror stars Harry Myers.

The most haunted house in Victorian London is about to give up its dark secret.

The most haunted house in Victorian London is about to give up its dark secret. Dylan Ritson's horror tale stars Harry Myers.

The most haunted house in Victorian London is set to give up its dark secret. 100 years back in time, Molly discovers that passion never dies. Dylan Ritson's horror stars Harry Myers, Sophie Roberts and John Cummins.

Voices From the Grave is a series of four chilling and intimate dramas, inspired by existing ghost stories from around Britain. The writers make these stories more than simply scary - they are studies of humanity, love, rage and despair, of passion, longing and pain.

Writer Dylan Ritson has a long and successful career in theatre, film and radio. His radio work includes The Dream-Workings and Brain-Sayings of James Tilly Matthews and The Hunting of the Snark. Producer: Gemma Jenkins.

The setting is Victorian England and a house, rumoured to be the most haunted in London, is about to give up its dark secret. Episode 3 of 4.

The most haunted house in Victorian London is set to give up its dark secret. Dylan Ritson's horror stars Harry Myers.

Horror stories from a range of authors.

The most haunted house in Victorian London is set to give up its dark secret. 100 years back in time, Molly discovers that passion never dies. Dylan Ritson's horror stars Harry Myers, Sophie Roberts and John Cummins.

Voices From the Grave is a series of four chilling and intimate dramas, inspired by existing ghost stories from around Britain. The writers make these stories more than simply scary - they are studies of humanity, love, rage and despair, of passion, longing and pain.

Writer Dylan Ritson has a long and successful career in theatre, film and radio. His radio work includes The Dream-Workings and Brain-Sayings of James Tilly Matthews and The Hunting of the Snark. Producer: Gemma Jenkins.

04 LASTMiddlewitch2006031020060310 BT=0000 (BBC7)
20070525 BT=1800 (BBC7)
20070525 (BBC7)
20070526 BT=0000 (BBC7)
20070526 (BBC7)
20080102 BT=1800 (BBC7)
20080102 (BBC7)
20080103 BT=0000 (BBC7)
20080103 (BBC7)
20080826 BT=1800 (BBC7)
20080826 (BBC7)
20080827 BT=0000 (BBC7)
20080827 (BBC7)
20090517 (BBC7)
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20090518 (BBC7)
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20160424 (BBC7)
20160425 (BBC7)
20180506 (BBC7)

It's midsummer in North Wales and an old woman waits for the curse of Aberthol Christmas to strike her village once more.

By Lucy Catherine

Myfanwy Waring, Elizabeth Morgan and Christian Patterson.

An old woman waits for the curse of Aberthol Christmas to strike her village once more.

It's midsummer and an old woman keeps watch over her cursed Welsh village.

Lucy Catherine's horror stars Christian Patterson.

It's midsummer and an old woman, clinging to the old magics, keeps watch over her cursed Welsh village. Lucy Catherine's horror stars Elizabeth Morgan, Christian Patterson and Jenny Livesy.

Voices From The Grave is a series of four chilling and intimate dramas, inspired by existing ghost stories from around Britain. The writers make these stories more than simply scary - they are studies of humanity, love, rage and despair, of passion, longing and pain.

Lucy Catherine is an experienced writer for radio, TV and theatre. Her radio productions include her adaptation of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, Looted and The Goldilocks Zone.

Producer: Gemma Jenkins.

It's midsummer in North Wales and an old woman waits for the curse of Aberthol Christmas to strike her village once more. Episode 4 of 4.

It's midsummer and an old woman keeps watch over her cursed Welsh village. Lucy Catherine's horror stars Christian Patterson.

Horror stories from a range of authors.

It's midsummer and an old woman, clinging to the old magics, keeps watch over her cursed Welsh village. Lucy Catherine's horror stars Elizabeth Morgan, Christian Patterson and Jenny Livesy.

Voices From The Grave is a series of four chilling and intimate dramas, inspired by existing ghost stories from around Britain. The writers make these stories more than simply scary - they are studies of humanity, love, rage and despair, of passion, longing and pain.

Lucy Catherine is an experienced writer for radio, TV and theatre. Her radio productions include her adaptation of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, Looted and The Goldilocks Zone.

Producer: Gemma Jenkins.