A family run a hotel at the edge of the water. But the food is running out and the water keeps rising.

When there is no place but the water, where do you go?

A drama series set in a future flooded world. Written by Linda Marshall Griffiths.

‘No Place but the Water’ is a speculative drama series that explores what the world might look like after the Western Antarctic melts and also asks questions about how we offer hospitality to refugees, how we live closer to the planet when we are forced to and what exactly becomes vital when very little remains. It captures a magical-realist world that is also filled with ghosts. There is a sense of danger, not only of the rising water but also that some terrible act has already happened on the island before their arrival. The hotel itself is a character, sometimes offering its secrets but also stalking the family with its sighs and bells, secret places and shadows of what happened in the past. Ultimately the family discover that the hotel and the forest beyond it, hold the hope of a new kind of life.

‘Ghosts of the Future’ Second series Linda Marshall Griffiths’ climate emergency drama set in a flooded future world. The story of a family in a hotel at the end of the world that is starting to disappear. It has been raining relentlessly for thirty seven days and the rising water level threatens the growing crops. While Laurie and Gil try to keep the family afloat, the outside world calls to Jess and Cal and something draws Birdie further into the hotel.

‘The Library of Everything’ Final series of climate emergency drama set in a flooded future world written by Linda Marshall Griffiths. ‘The Library of Everything’ – when what comes after is more dangerous than what came before. Laurie has been taken by the intruders. Left in the hotel Gil, struggling with the pain of his broken arm, tries to hold the shattered family together but Jessie and Cal are determined to leave the hotel to find Laurie and bring her back.