Second of four ghostly tales by women by Enid Nesbit, dramatised by Christopher Hawes.
For newlyweds Charles and Laura, the housekeeper's dread of All Saints' Eve seems laughable - until the day arrives.
England v Australia
The first day's play in the Third Test at Old Trafford. With Jonathan Agnew , Henry Blofeld , Christopher Martin-Jenkins and Neville Oliver and expert comment from Graeme Fowler and Fred Trueman. Including at 3.45* Teatime News and County Talk * Approximate times
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By Vivienne Allen. With Amanda Root as Barbara, Paul Copley as Stanley and Poppy Keeling as Davina. Ten-year-old Davina pushes a girl into a pond and watches her drown. Will she be punished for her crime? with Alice Arnold , Stephen Thorne , Carla Prosser. Tom Fletcher , Shirley Dixon and Alex Lowe. Director Peter Kavanagh
The fourth of a five-part comedy by Fintan Coyle and Tom Miles.
Keyboard Ken collapses and has to be rushed to hospital. with Caz Weller , Carolyn Bonnyman , Jonathan Kydd and Tom Miles. And chorus Kathryn Jenkin , Susan Jelley , Henrik Wager and Jochem van Ast. Producer Chris Neill
Whose Company? The free-market
Anglo-American model of business is held to have triumphed in Britain and become the envy of corporatist Europe. Should business take account of its role in national life? Bob Tyrrell asks whether a more caring capitalism is desirable and would be as efficient.
Producer Anthony Dworkin. Rptd Sunday 4.15pm TRANSCRIPTS: available for purchase from BBC Videos for Education and Training,
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The last of the series in which famous men discuss another favourite activity. Dismal Trading. Thomas Lynch , poet, essayist and town undertaker, ponders living and dying in the house of his ancestors in County Clare. Producer Julian May
Five-part epic adventure by SJ Ashford. Night of the Fox.
The military comb the Los Angeles countryside for the infamous outlaw Zorro. with Don Warrington, Ian Gelder, Anthony O'Donnell, Sue Roderick, Andrew Howard, Clare Isaac, Dafydd Hywel, John Nicholas, Lyn Hunter, Hywel Morgan and Terry Dauncey. Music by Andy Price. Director Foz Allen
* See This Week: page 6
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