Six programmes in which John Cleese and his former psychiatrist, Dr Robin Skynner , discuss how relationships are formed, and how to sustain and develop them. 4: The Astonishing Stuffed Rabbit - and Depression With the help of Winnie the Pooh and Lenny Henry. Producers Rachel Yorke and Jonathan James-Moore . Stereo
Jenni Murray meets
Wendy Cooling, the new Head of the Children's Book Foundation. Serial: The Turn of the Screw by Henry James.
To the new governess, her small charges are incredibly beautiful. But are they haunted - and corrupted - by ghosts? The first of eight parts read by Juliet Stevenson. Abridged by Elizabeth Bradbury (Music: Caplet's
The seventh of 12 short stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
When the Countess of Morcar's famous jewel is stolen, Holmes's only clues are a Christmas goose and a battered felt hat.
Sir Arthur Conan
Dr John Watson:
In the first of a four-part series which rewrites history, Dr Christopher Andrew asks, 'What if Hitler had won the war against Russia in 1941?' Professor Norman Stone and Alistair Parker ponder the probable effects on the course of the Second World War and its aftermath.
Producer Ian Bell
Brian Sibley goes behind the scenes of the new film adaptation of an English classic, The Fool by Henry Mayhew , starring Derek Jacobi ; reviews Derek Jarman 's much-heralded film The Garden; and finds out about an exhibition of Stuart and Elizabethan silver from the Kremlin.
Producer John Goudie
An eccentric and original new comedy show in which star guests are taken on a literary mystery tour. This week Wendy Richard ,
Fiona Shaw and Wendy Perriam go on a husband-hunt in Regency Bath - with apologies to Jane Austen. In the chair Jenni Murray. Also starring
Spontaneous Combustion. Producer Mary Sharp. Stereo
John Waite returns with a new series in which he and his team investigate listeners' complaints. The programme sets out to pursue not only individual allegations of injustice, sharp practice and the abuse of authority, but also wider issues as a result of which the lives of ordinary people may be damaged by the actions - or complacency - of others. Editor Graham Ellis
● WRITE to: Face the Facts. BBC Broadcasting House,
London W 1A 1AA. if you've got a case which you believe deserves investigation.
At the age of 93, Dr John Frederick Wilkinson is one of Britain's oldest practising GPs.
He's renowned for his scientific discoveries, but he also claims a number of remarkable non-medical firsts. He's trained sea-lions as bomb-detectors, invented the zip-fly, and deloused the Sadlers
Wells Corps de Ballet. Reporter
Fay Wertheimer. Producer Wendy Pilmer
Dr John Frederick
Simon Brett begins the new series appropriately enough at the start of the new year, when diaries are full of good resolutions as well as reservations about the previous year.
Producers Kate Whitehead and Kate McAll Stereo
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