4: Nokomis, Saskatchewan. In this small prairie town that thinks big, most people have two or three jobs. This week, Lyle Emmons , wheat farmer, stationer and publisher of The Last Mountain Times, is printing money which can be spent only in his home town. A Tony Wilkinson production
Concluding the serial by Peter Whalley. 6: Richard Gillian has found the man who has been mistakenly blackmailing him and has killed him in a fight.
Director Tony Cliff
Det Insp Jacob:
Eight further exploits of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's great detective, starring
Clive Merrison as Sherlock Holmes and Michael Williams as Dr Watson.
6: The Disappearance of Lady Frances Carfax. Watson goes to Switzerland in search of a missing aristocrat. But the trail leads back to a funeral parlour in London.
Violinist Leonard Friedman Dramatised by Peter Ling Director Enyd Williams
Honourable Philip Green:
Sue Phillips takes a last look at the curious lives of everyday edibles.
Herbs. Not just for tossing into omelettes - herbs are also essential for banishing fleas, curing rabies, making armpits fragrant and enabling you to fly and see the fairies.
Producer Amanda Mares
Believing that her baby had been swapped at birth, Margaret Wheeler turned for advice to George Bernard Shaw. Their correspondence tells the stories of the mixed babies, the frustration of the parents, and provides a fascinating insight into the mind of a great social commentator. Producer Jackie Christie
Brian Sibley views the controversial film In the Name of the Father, based on the Guildford Four and starring Daniel Day Lewis, and discusses the new breed of television cartoons.
Producer Paul Quinn (Revised repeat at 9. 15pm)
Jim Perrin presents portraits of some important inter-war explorers. 1: Anything I Want
After a gilded youth, Gino Watkins made exploration his profession. He was to die mysteriously at the age of 25 in the ice of a Greenland fjord, but even by then he had made a permanent name for himself in the annals of Arctic exploration. Producer Dave Sheasby
Six Myths of Our Time
Marina Warner gives a series of talks using themes from mythologyto present a critique of modern Britain.
3: Little Angels, Little Devils: Keeping Childhood Innocent
From Peter Panto Poltergeist, the burden of dreams that children bear.
Producer Elizabeth Burke
In the last of his series, Simon Brett chooses diaries for 4 February, ranging from Joan Wyndham 's informal dancing lesson in 1940 to Kenneth Williams wanting be left alone on holiday in Las Palmas in 1969.
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