– YELLOW HAIRED LADIES –

Produced: 1994
For RTE
Winner of RTE PJ O’Connor Award, March 1994

– HEARTS & BONES –

Produced: 1998
For BBC Radio 4
A mother faces a dilemna when tests for a bone marrow transplant reveal that her husband may not be the father of her child. With Amanda Root, Kenneth Cranham, Ellie Beavan; dir. Eoin O’Callahagn.

– GO ASK ALICE –

Produced: 2000
For BBC Radio 4
Alice, an asthma sufferer, starts angling for attention. Nothing unusual in that, but before long her parents realise their lives are starting to come apart. With Ellie Beavan, Georgie Alexander and Amanda Root; dir. Eoin O’Callahagn.

– HEARTS & BONES –

Produced: 1998
For BBC Radio 4
A mother faces a dilemna when tests for a bone marrow transplant reveal that her husband may not be the father of her child. With Amanda Root, Kenneth Cranham, Ellie Beavan; dir. Eoin O’Callahagn.

– INTO THE MYSTIC –

Produced: 2000
For BBC Radio 4
Following her regression therapy, Susan Sinclair accuses her brother of having abused her as a child. The family’s reaction is predictable, but in this case, perhaps there is no smoke without fire. With Samantha Bond, Ron Cook, Sophie Thompson. Dir. Eoin O’Callahagn.

– DON’T GET ME WRONG –

Produced: 2001
For BBC Radio 4
Four young women invite a clairvoyant to read their palms. With Saskia Wickham, Geraldine Fitzgerald, Lizzie McInnerney, Marcella Riordan. Dir. Eoin O’Callahagn.

– DOUBLE VISION –

Produced: 2002
For BBC Radio 4
Meredith is a young widow, grieving for the husband she lost in a road accident. Unexpectedly a ‘twin’ brother appears at her door and  gradually to the consternation of her friends and widowed father, establishes himself firmly in her life. Is he telling the truth? With Rebecca Sayer, Tracy Ann Oberman, Rebecca Front. Director Eoin O Callaghan.

– OCCASIONAL SWIM –

Produced: 2003
For BBC Radio 4
A woman’s marriage has disintegrated after a family tragedy. She meets another man, and they get on famously, and a happy ending is anticipated. But there are some surprises in store. With Emma Fielding and Robert Glennister, Lizzie McInnerny, Mick Garner, Andrew Alston, Frances Jeater, Lewis Aaltonen, Juliet Aaltonen. Director Eoin O’Callaghan.

– EVERY BREATH YOU TAKE –

Produced: 2004
For BBC Radio 4
A psychological thriller about a mother who tries to protect her family from a man who threatens to expose her past. Maura’s son Ryan wins a recording contract as a singer in a television talent show. But then Maura receives an unexpected phone call from a man she met on holiday 20 years earlier and who says he could be Ryan’s father. With Brid Brennan, Orla Charlton, Ivan Kaye, Alan McKee, Katy Gleadhill, Sarah Gordon, Hannah R. Gordon, Aine McCartney, Roger Jennings and Malachi Cush. Directed and produced by Tanya Nash.

– MARTHA MY DEAR –

Produced: 2006
For BBC Radio 4
Martha is the epitome of Earth-mother; she runs a house dripping with genuine tea and sympathy and has four children, whom she fusses over and loves deeply and a quiet husband Robert who patently adores her. Then a scurrilous book is published to a fanfare of publicity, Martha is suspected to be the author. Her denial is swift, and though many try to believe her, the ‘no smoke’ rule clings. But if she didn’t write it, then who is the author? With Marcella Riordan, Mark Lambert, Lizzie Mc Innerney, Katy Gleadhill. Directed and produced by Eoin O Callaghan.

– UNPREDICATED –

Produced: 2008
For BBC Radio 4
A candidate for election to the newly formed Stormont Assembly is rattled when his wife and then his young son begin receiving anonymous voice and text messages, accusing him of hypocrisy on the issue of abortion. His party is pro-life, but though his wife disagrees with this in principle, she is not going to let a blackmailer destroy her family without first finding out the truth.

– STARING INTO THE FRIDGE –

Produced: 2006
For BBC Radio 4
With two twenty-something children and a dubious boyfriend eating her out of house and home, Maggie, (Annie McCartney) is beginning to lose the will to live. She feels she has no one to talk to or listen. But all that is about to change when she hears a voice speaking to her from the corner of the kitchen. It seems that the only one who understands her predicament is her Fridge (James Nesbitt.) But unlike poor beleaguered Maggie, this fridge has got ‘attitude’ and is determined to help her get her life back on track…

– THE BIGGEST ISSUES –

Produced: 2012
For BBC Radio 4
A listener to the radio show claims that her elderly mother died as a result of neglect at a local hospital. As we listen, we realise that this is far from the truth. Starring Eleanor Methven, Maureen Beattie, Conleth Hill, Stella McCusker, Ian McElhinney, Patrick Fitzsymons, Ryan McParland, Katy Gleadhill, Aine McCartney. Producer Eoin O’Callaghan.

– FROM FACT TO FICTION: RUSH –

Produced: 2012
For BBC Radio 4
A two-part medical thriller. Dr Louisa Maxwell brushes off a call from a former patient, Sophie Patterson, in the middle of a busy shift, only to discover the next day that Sophie has been admitted to the hospital, having taken a second overdose, and died. Louisa is racked with guilt but does not believe that Sophie intended to kill herself. The signs were that Sophie was getting her life back on track. Louisa begins to suspect foul play. With Seainin Brennan, Billy Carter, Richard Dormer, Katy Gleadhill, Marcella Riordan, Mark Lambert, Nikki Doherty, Eileen McCloskey, Fo Cullen, Olivia O’Kane. Producer Heather Larmour.