At the National Railway Museum, York, Chris Stuart and a panel of celebrity guests stoke up the boiler for the last time in this series and ponder some more Questions about designs and discoveries. Producer Aled Evans
Live from Rossall School, Fleetwood, Lancashire. Be Thou My Guardian and My Guide (Abridge) Genesis 45 w 1-7; 28-30. Anthem: Beati Quorum Via (Stamford) How Shall I Sing That Majesty (Naylor).
Director Mark Jones
-A Question of Money
Vincent Duggleby chairs another session from BBC Radio on Show in Swansea as listeners put their financial queries to Alison Mitchell , Chris Gilchrist and Mike Warburton.
Producer Frances MacDonald
A four-part series based on tne work of Stacy Aumonier (1887-
1928), considered by his contemporaries to be one of the best short story writers of his time.
1: Where Was Wych Street? A pub argument brings the world close to crisis.
Dramatised by Martin Worth Director Matthew Walters
Last of three dramatisations from Gold and Silver Dagger Award-winning novels. Nicolas Freeling 's Inspector Van der Valk story tells of a body, an abandoned Mercedes coupe and the beautiful daughter of a dead conductor.
Director Philip Martin (Rpt)
Van der Valk ':
Join Humphrey Lyttelton and the regulars for some hand-tooled quality entertainment. With Tim Brooke-Taylor, Barry Cryer, Graeme Garden and Willie Rushton. Colin Sell at the piano.
Producer Jon Naismith
by Robert Paterson.
Mrs Urquhart has a mystery lodger, a foreign gentleman who gets stacks of mail from all round the world. For three other lodgers, Mr Goberschmitt becomes an obsession.
Director Patrick Rayner
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