Between the wars, "abroad" was an unknown place - our view of it formed by fiction, films, anecdote and selective history. In the first of six programmes Harry Thompson looks back to this lost world. Russia, East of Mansfield Producer Amanda Mares
A six-part adaptation by Justin Greene of stories by the Edwardian writer Saki. 5: Clovis at the Carlton. Clovis's shock tactics cure Mrs Chilworth of matemal curiosity.
Music by John White. A Hat Trick production
by Julia Stoneham. Samantha Bond stars as Alice in this three-part series set in Devon during the Second World War. April 1943. Alice has separated from her husband but, with her son to care for, she needs to find a job.
With Ian Masters. David Collings and Jilly Bond Director Tracey Neale
Quentin Cooper and guests discuss the current state of television in this country as a conference takes place in Manchester. What does the future hold with the development of multichannel broadcasting?
Producer Jerome Weatherald. Rvsd rpt 9.30pm
A comedy-drama series by Christopher Fitz-Simon . The first ofsixepisodes set in Ballylenon, Co Donegal, in 1953. Music arranged and performed by Stephanie Hughes. Director Eoin O'Callaghan Rpt
Rev Samuel Hawthorne:
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Five mysteries starring Clive Merrison as Holmes and Michael Williams as Dr Watson. 1: The Priory School
Violinist Leonard Friedman. Dramatised by Michael Bakewell. Director Enyd Williams Rpt For 13 The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes postcards send a cheque for L3.50 (payable to BBC) and an A5 sae with 36p stamp to [address removed]
Duke of Holderness:
starring Hugh Grant as Sir Giles de Bournville and Michael Aldridge as Old Walter. With Christopher Benjamin and Christopher Ryan. (Rpt) (FM only)
Sir Giles de Bournville:
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Robert the Brusque:
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