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Producers Anne Freeman and Jennifer Teague
By Susan Howatch , dramatised in six episodes by Julia Stoneham. 5: Philip Part II
Mark Castallack has unexpectedly died. Who will inherit Penmarric, the ' money and the Sennen
Garth mine - Philip, his nephew Jonas, or his younger brother, Jan-Yves?
Music composed and played by Andy Price
Musicians Nick Parry , Katie Salvidge and Stuart Gordon Director Tracey Neale
Who better to debunk the myths and lies surrounding Scotland's national poet than the man himself? The ghost of Robert Burns attends a supper held in his honour to enjoy a dram and to dispense a rarer tipple - the truth.
Producers Mark Stephen and Ken Mutch
A series of programmes in which Valerie Solti talks to famous people about the things for which they are not well known.
5: Dame Joan Sutherland reveals that her talent for magnificent singing is matched by her skills in needlework and tapestry.
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