Joss Ackland reads a new adaptation of the sinister Victorian mystery by Robert Louis Stevenson. In this penultimate instalment Utterson seeks to find out more about Jekyll 's connection to the ugly and violent Mr Hyde. Abridged and produced by Jane Marshall
Robert Powell concludes a series profiling the celebrated master of film and TV music, from Bond to Born Free.
6: Being Born Again
More Oscar recognition throughout the eighties and nineties set against the trauma of a life-threatening illness. Is a more mellow composer emerging as he works on Eternal Echoes?
Producer Stuart Grundy
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