Nine works produced for British TV from the pen of noted playwright Terence Rattigan are featured in this five-disc set. A pre-007 Sean Connery portrays Alexander the Great in "Adventure Story" (1961); a politician is targeted by a TV interviewer in "Heart to Heart" (1962), with Kenneth More and Ralph Richardson; a woman tries to learn the truth behind her husband's death in "All on Her Own" (1968), starring Margaret Leighton; Geraldine McEwan, Robert Harris, and Eric Porter star in the seaside hotel-set drama "Separate Tables" (1970); Rattigan's first play, the schoolboy seriocomedy "French Without Tears" (1976), features Anthony Andrews, Michael Gambon, and Nigel Havers; Porter and Alan Badel are featured in "The Winslow Boy" (1977); a staging of "The Browning Version" (1968) stars Judi Dench, Ian Holm, and Michael Kitchen; a '30s couple's sybaritic lifestyle is challenged in "After the Dance" (1992), with Gemma Jones, Anton Rogers, and Imogen Stubbs; and a wife leaves her husband for an ex-RAF pilot in "The Deep Blue Sea" (1994), starring Penelope Wilton, Colin Firth, and Holm. 14 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English (SDH); bonus footage.