The fifth of six reports by Tony Wilkinson. South London Forty artists have squatted in Brixton's former Cool Tan sun lotion factory, turning it into a multi-cultural palace of the senses - painting, sculpture, theatre and music. The South London Press is playing the story big to balance the bad news - murder, robbery and the outbreak of a new drug war on the streets. Independent producer Tony Wilkinson. Stereo
Train spotting, record collecting, stamps, pigeons, beer mats-harmless hobbies, or symptoms of a deep disorder?
Sheila McLennon investigates. (Revised repeat at 7.20pm LW) Serial: Eustace and Hilda. Final part.
Six stories featuring
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle 's immortal detective.
5: The Musgrave Ritual Holmes recalls one of his earliest cases, involving a ritual which has been in a noble family since the 17th century.
Violin Leonard Friedman.
Dramatised by Peter Mackie
Director Enyd Williams. Stereo
Sir Arthur Conan
Brian Sibley discusses the new films of the week; talks to actor
Ronald Pickup , who is in tomorrow's Radio 4 play Is There Anybody There?and A TimetoDanceonBBCl; and discusses the life of the dancer and choreographer Martha Graham.
Producer Nicki Paxman. Stereo (Revised repeat at 9.30pm)
Flower Power by James Thurlby. "Our study group adjourned for lunch on the final day of the course in a state of anarchy." A tale of middle-management crisis, read by Geoffrey Beevers. Producer Duncan Minshull
Part of Radio 4's Northern
Lightsfestival. Water down below zero can be hostile, beautiful and strange. This reflection on ice explores its enigmatic chemistry, its barren landscapes, its irresistible pull on the romantic imagination, and its role in the development of cities, preserving meat from distant farmland.
Producer Hamish Mykura. Stereo
A ten-part series in which Brian Redhead traces the history of the church from the end of the Middle Ages to the present day.
6: Enthusiasts and a New Goddess
French revolutionaries proclaim the end of religion. English evangelists preside over a revival - a period that ends in the heyday of the missionary.
Producers Frances Gumley and Malcolm Love. Stereo
Six murder cases where forensic evidence helped trap the murderer.
Narrated by Nick Ross. 4: The Bloodstained
A woman has been murdered. In her flat, police find a handkerchief stained with a rare blood group. Written by Frederick Bradnum.
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