By Dawn Lowe-Watson . Starring James Laurenson as William and Charlotte Attenborough as Maria.
A young TV producer goes to interview an ex-Japanese prisoner of war. with Ian Masters , Peter Yapp , Deborah Berlin and Susannah Corbett.
Director Cherry Cookson Repeat
A history series presented by David Nokes in which recent discoveries on the margins of history are brought to the centre of the page.
1: The Great Dog Massacre. What does the research of young historian Mark Jenner tell us about how and why the great plague of 1665 spread? Producer Beaty Rubens
Repeated tomorrow 8.30pm
Eight programmes on people who have had songs written for or about them. 2: Angie. The Rolling Stones' 1973 song about Angie Bowie , former wife of David. Presented by Kate Saunders. Producer Joanna Rahim
Radio Times columnist John Peel is back with fresh musings on the maze of family life, this time with personal diaries from the families themselves.
Producer Sally Flatman
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Since the early eighties, the northern French city of Lille has embraced the great European vision of the future. Laurence Phillips wonders what we can learn from Lille's example. Producer Jerome Weatherald Repeated Friday 9.30pm
By Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
Five classic mysteries starring Clive Merrison as Holmes and Michael Williams as Dr Watson.
2: The Blanched Soldier. Holmes must solve a curious case concerning a veteran of the Boer War.
Violinist Leonard Friedman
Dramatised by Roger Danes
Director Enyd Williams Repeat
Sir Arthur Conan
Ralph, his butler:
Sir James Saunders:
Lance Corporal Simpson:
By Jose Antonio Duarte. When Jeanie discovers that her estranged sister has died, she sets out to unravel the tangled threads of her life. with Chris Pavlo , Alice Arnold , Philip Kingston, loan Meredith. Keith Drinkel and Colleen Prendergast. Director Cathryn Horn Repeat
Simon Armitage introduces a poem for radio by a poet new to the medium. The Red Field by Graham Mort.
Isolated by a troubled childhood, twins Hannah and Leonard reach out to each other across the years. With Deborah McAndrew , and music composed by Gary Yershon. Producer Susan Roberts
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