Dr Michael O'Donnell continues his look at modern drugs and medicine. 3: The Doors of Perception. Soma, the divine mushroom, was once revered for its ability to create visions and for giving the sensation of flight. Today, it is commonly known as the fly agaric mushroom. Producer Jeremy Grange
18: Murder in the Cathedral
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A comedy by Mike Coleman. Roy Hudd and June Whitfield star as Tommy Franklin and Sheila Parr ,
Eurovision winners who get a second stab at fame. The trouble is, they can no longer stand the sight of one another. Music by Frido Ruth
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Michael Buerk returns with the 200th edition. Regulars Janet Daley , David Starkey , Ian Hargreaves and David Cook explore a moral issue. Producer David Coomes
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2: Fast-Track Evolution. Peter Evans examines the growing evidence which suggests that - contrary to Darwin's theory of evolution - what happens to us during our life can affect the genes we pass on to our children. Producer Sandy Raffan
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A hilarious and disturbing account of a boy's transition into adulthood in 1970s Cambridgeshire at the hands of an eccentric father. Written and performed in five parts by Peter Bradshaw.
4: A birthday trip to the Highlands takes our hero's mind off his father's amateur interest in electroconvulsive shock therapy.
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