5: Music. In hopelessly middle-of-the-road Fenton Heugh , there's a lone record shop, and if a rock album sells too well, the man stops ordering it. John McKay recalls his Borders upbringing. Producer Noah Richler
Private-eye Monaghan is trying to solve her first case, but the demands of love, children and her bank manager are pressing in.
Last in the series of plays based on the stories ofthe 20s writer, Stacy Aumonier. The Baby Grand. A young girl struggles to study the piano amid herfamily's hostility
Dramatised by Brett Usher Director Matthew Walters
Series using documentary evidence to throw new light on the recent past. 2: The Unspeakable Atrocity. Why did the BBC and the British government keep quiet about the Nazi death camps in spite of early evidence? Denys Blakeway reports. Producer Nigel Acheson
Matthew Parris investigates intriguing letters that have no known replies.
2: Friedrich Nietzsche wrote to his sister Elisabeth berating her for portraying him to be anti-semitic. Producer Julia Gillett (Rpr)
First of four historical comedy mysteries by Ged Parsons , starring Dominic Jephcott as Marlowe and Bill Wallis as Ratsbane.
Amid the splendour and squalor of Elizabethan London, Christopher Marlowe , scholar, playwright and government spy, is assigned to investigate a number of baffling mysteries and perplexing intrigues. Episode the First: The Curious Case of the Curs 'd Quayside. Why do so many English warships sink for no apparent reason, and what does a certain jar contain?
Producer Richard Wilson
Originally the only medicines available were herbs, then chemists went into their labs to design drugs. But in recent years. they have come out again and started to search the plant kingdom for ideas. Helen Sharman follows the story of drugs from plants to the laboratory and back again to roots.
Producers Deborah Cohen and Julia Durbin
Last in the series by Jennifer Phillips , starring Gary Waldhorn and Harriet Walter.
A Tidy Sum. The genial minicab gangget muddled up in the art world.
With Norman Jones , Neil Dudgeon. Paul Gregory , Jon Strickland , Geraldine Fitzgerald and Philip Anthony. Director Richard Wortley
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