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Original title : Crimes
First Aired : 13.04.1982 (UK)
Director : Stuart Burge
Writing credits : Caryl Churchill
Cast : Donald Gee (Larry), Julia Foster (Veronica), Dave Hill (Smith), Sylvestra Le Touzel (Jane), Stephen Sweeney (Bill), Rufus Collins (Elliot), T. P. McKenna (Melvyn), Peter Whitbread (Ron)
The Story : A crime epidemic occurs during a nuclear war in 2002. A psychologist works on the problem of prison overcrowding while struggling with marital problems.
Original title : Bright Eyes
First Aired : 20.04.1982 (UK)
Director : Peter Duffell
Writing credits : Peter Prince
Cast : Sarah Berger (Cathy), Corinna Reardon (Cathy at 6), Kate Harper (Rachel), Gavin Campbell (Michel Gilbert), Stephen Greif (Shapiro), Julian Curry (Charvier), Constantine Gregory (John), Della Finch (TV Interviewer), Charles Baillie (TV Cameraman), John Hug (1st Policeman), Julia Gale (Girl), Julian Wadham (Oliver), Ian Flintoff (2nd Policeman), Adam Blackwood (Boy), Robin Ellis (Peter Prince)
The Story : It is 1999, and Britain is at war. This is the story of a father-daughter relationship and their involvement in political intrigue in a war-torn Europe.
Original title : Cricket
First Aired : 27.04.1982 (UK)
Director : Michael Darlow
Writing credits : Michael Wilcox
Cast : Paul Antony-Barber (Willie Ridley), Terence Halliday (Tommy Coulthard), Simon Rouse (Colin Bayliss), Malcolm Terris (John Ridley), Jeremy Child (Lord Slaggyford), Anne Raitt (Morna Ridley)
The Story : It is 1997, and two village communities take unusual measures to win a computerized cricket match.
Original title : The Nuclear Family
First Aired : 04.05.1982 (UK)
Director : John Glenister
Writing credits : Tom McGrath
Cast : Sarah Thurstan (Able-Bodied Andrews), Jimmy Logan (Joe Brown), Gavin Campbell (Newscaster), Lizzy Radford (Ann Brown), Gerard Kelly (Gary Brown), Russell Hunter (Sgt. Smellie), Barbara Coles (Scientist), Ann Scott-Jones (Agnes Brown)
The Story : In 1999, a family takes a working holiday in an underwater missile base.
Original title : Shades
First Aired : 11.05.1982 (UK)
Director : Bill Hays
Writing credits : Stephen Lowe
Cast : Michael Feldman (Tony), Shelagh McLeod (Diana/Paula), Emily Moore (Kate/Mary), Neil Pearson (Adam/Peter), Tracey Childs (Sheena/Angie), Francesca Gonshaw (Julie/Sue), Stuart Mackenzie (Joe/Malcolm)
The Story : By 1999, there is mass unemployment. The government is paying unemployed youths to live in converted office blocks and amuse themselves in a virtual reality environment.
Original title : Easter 2016
First Aired : 18.05.1982 (UK)
Director : Ben Bolt
Writing credits : Graham Reid
Cast : Eileen Pollock (Clare Williams), Bill Nighy (Connor Mullan), Gerard McSorley (John Bingham), Denys Hawthorne (Cyril Brown), Kenneth Branagh (Student), Colm Meaney (Kevin Murphy), Lise-Ann McLaughlin (June Crawford), Susie Kelly (Colette Brogan), Derrick O'Connor (Lennie North)
The Story : Students at a college in Northern Ireland stage an uprising to commemorate the centenary of the Easter Rising of 1916.