by John Taylor.
Six extraordinary adventures, never revealed before.
Starring Simon Callow and Nicky Henson.
1: The Wandering Corpse The professor claimed he knew how to resurrect the dead. Now he is dead ...
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with Eleanor Oldroyd. Full commentary on the best of the FA Cup fifth round. News of England's progress on the fourth day of Second Test in India.
Plus news from snooker's
Benson and Hedges
Masters and a top rugby match from the Stones
7.20 Maths Miscellany: 7.40 Art Works - Women Singers of Zimbabwe: 8.00 European Media Empires?; 8.20 Musical Style:
8.40 A Question of Minorities:
9.00 Open Forum ; 9.20 Renaissance Music: 9.40 Psychoanalysis
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