by John Taylor.
Six extraordinary adventures, never revealed before. Starring
Simon Callow and Nicky Henson. 4: The Phantom Organ On the night that Hugh Hembury was killed, someone nailed a note on the church notice-board:
"Now is the hunter hunted.
H H shall be first."
With full commentary on an FA Cup quarter-final. Plus reports from the rugby league test between France and Great Britain, and news from Sri Lanka as the cricket team embark on the second leg of their tour.
7.20pm Open University
7.20 Maths: Calculating
Prodigies; 7.40 Europe: Wayne Across the Water: 8.00 Mystery Plays: 8.20 Patterns of Consumption: The Affluent and the Poor: 8.40 Creative
Management: Mind Sets 9.00 Open Forum: 9.20 Art Works:
9.40 Pfe-Modem Societies
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