Summarised alphabetically by name. See further down for loglines and links.
|A Suitable Candidate||Stage Play||Drama||88||Yes|
|Erotic Problems In Space||Stage Play||Dramedy||102||Yes|
|Frozen Peas Tumble Dryer||Screenplay||Drama||90||Yes|
|Luck of the Draw||Stage Play||Drama||73||Yes|
|Priest Hunter||Screenplay||18th Century Irish Western||131||Yes|
|Psychic Builder||Radio||Situation Comedy||30||2 of 6|
|The Kindness of Strangers, Learners and White Van Men||Screenplay||Drama||100||Yes|
Works for the stage
Two astronauts isolated on a spaceship orbiting a moon are given the opportunity to have sexual relations with whatever objects of their imagination they desire most.
Liam Baines believes he is to be interviewed for a job by complete strangers – he is wrong on both counts.
Adam thinks he has invented a football betting system that will always win in the long run, but his extremely competitive best friend cautions him on investing so much money when he should be investing more time in his brooding girlfriend.
Works for the screen
The most cunning, lethal and hated Priest Hunter in all of Ireland finally meets his match when a mysterious, unregistered priest appears in his parish, and, unlike the other captured priests who came before him, decides to fights back.
At the height of the Credit Crunch, three unemployed northerners attempt to spend a large amount of counterfeit money, despite not knowing who printed it.
In the long, hot summer of 1995 a couple of young new age travellers take over an elderly vagrant’s former campsite in the centre of a busy roundabout.
A young boy discovers a secret community for retired magicians in a small seaside town.
Works for the radio
‘New build for the new age’ – Geoff is not your typical tradesman; he claims to have psychic powers, which often interfere with his day job.