The final programme in which John Cleese and his former psychiatrist,
Dr Robin Skynner , discuss how relationships are formed and how to sustain and develop them. Why Good Sex Is Important
Surprisingly, they enlist the help of Bread and Butterflies.
Producers Rachel Yorke and Jonathan James-Moore . Stereo
The ninth of 12 short stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
A young man arrives at Watson's surgery, with a terrible injury and a chilling story.
Sir Arthur Conan
Dr John Watson:
From the apparently obvious to the downright obscure, Dilly Barlow attempts to answer your questions, with the help of experts.
Producer Viv Black
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The third of a four-part series that rewrites history. Is the reputation of John F Kennedy undeserved, founded on a myth created by his assassination, or could he have been America's greatest president?
Robert Cecil and historian
Donald Cameron Watt join
Christopher Andrew to ask, 'What if JFK had survived the shooting in Dallas?'
Producer Ian Bell
Nigel Andrews talks to Frank Marshall , the producer of many of Hollywood's biggest hits - E T, Indiana Jones, Roger Rabbit and now, as director, Arachnophobia; the prize-winning film about the 14-year-old
Mozart, The Three of Us, opens; and the novelist
Danilos Kis 's view of the holocaust is published. Producer Mike Greenwood
The comedy show in which guests are taken on a literary mystery tour.
In this week's programme Monica Dickens , Julia Hills and Chris Baines become Knights of the Round Table.
In the chair Jenni Murray. Also starring
Spontaneous Combustion. Producer Mary Sharp
In the second of eight programmes, Malcolm Billings and Jonathan Riley-Smith step into the ninth century in their search for the English. A new terror - the Vikings - have arrived. But kings such as Alfred defend the people against the pagan onslaught and traditions emerge which remain today. There are almost three centuries between the Viking and Norman invasions of England, but they witnessed the making of a nation.
Music by Steven Faux , performed by the Dufay Collective.
Producer Christopher Stone Stereo
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BOOK: The English'. by Malcolm Billings , available from bookshops, £9.95
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