The last of three classic mysteries by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle , starring and. Shoscombe Old Place
Holmes and Watson make a gruesome discovery in an old crypt. with Desmond Llewelyn. George Parsons.
Jonathan Adams , Susannah Corbett. Jonathan Keeble , and Becky Hindley. Violin Leonard Friedman. Dramatised by Michael Bakewell Director Enyd Williams Repeat
Sir Arthur Conan
Sir Robert Norberton:
Tim Marlow reviews the film version of Martin Sherman 's harrowing play Bent, starring Clive Owen ,
Lothaire Bluteau and Ian McKellen. Plus a look at the cult film Good Will Hunting. Producer Stephen Hughes Revised repeat at 9.30pm
Three drama-documentaries examining major cases of US espionage generated by the Cold War .
2: The Trial of Julius and Ethel
Rosenberg (1951). Did anti-Communist hysteria send the Rosenbergs to the electric chair? Were they guilty of spying for the Russians? with William Frankfather. Arthur Hanket. Tom Virtue . Alan Wilder , Francis Guynan , Richard Hoyt Miller and Ella Joyce
Trial transcripts edited by Peter Goodchild Producer Susan Albert Loewenberg
Directors Martin Jenkins and John Theocharis
Humphrey Carpenter presents three arts debates. 2: Beyond Hampstead Professor Lisa Jardine argues that contemporary British literature is narrow and parochial in its concerns, compared to the dynamic work created beyond our shores. She faces an assembly of literary lions at the Royal Society of Literature. Producer Paul Quinn
Melvyn Bragg presents six programmes in which he talks to scientists and historians of today about the giants who have made scientific history. 2: Sigmund Freud - Psychoanalysis: Science or Art?
Scientists Oliver Sacks and Susan Greenfield believe that Freud's ideas about the working of the mind are becoming fashionable once more.
Adam Phillips regards psychoanalysis as more of an art than a science.
Producers Ruth Gardiner and Karen Holden
* See Polly Toynbee : page 8
EastEnders meets The Simpsons in a four-part cartoon series for the ears. 1: Barry and Garry run a quiet pub in the East End where the regulars are late-night DJs and Trappist monks. with Kim Wall and Debra Stephenson
Written by Tony Roche. Producer Jane Berthoud
Another chance to hear Bill Dare 's six-part sketch show.
2: Mike and Sue discuss work and travel and meet some very sad people in a missing-persons item. Starring Robert Duncan and Jan Ravens as BBC Radio 4's antidote to Anne and Nick. With Roger Blake , Bill Dare , Alistair McGowan and Sally Philips. Music by Mark Burton Producer Jo Clegg Repeat
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