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M.R. James at Christmas: 1/5: Oh, Whistle, and I'll Come To You, My Lad

During a golfing holiday in Norfolk, Professor Parkins uncovers a curious artefact from the ruins of a Templar preceptory. Derek Jacobi introduces five ghost stories.
Festive radio highlights: page 232
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M.R. James at Christmas

2/5, The Woman's Hour drama.
For details see drama repeat at 7.45pm
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M.R. James at Christmas: 2/5: The Tractate Middoth

Curator David Garrett gets caught up in the machinations of the mysterious Dr Rant when he's sent to the library stacks to fetch an obscure manuscript.
For details see yesterday.
Repeated from 10.45am.
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M.R. James at Christmas: 3/5: Lost Hearts

An orphan, taken in by a wealthy uncle, dreams of two ghostly figures.
For details see Christmas Eve.
Repeated from 10.45am
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M.R. James at Christmas: 4/5: The Rose Garden

When a couple remove an ancient post from their back garden, it opens a doorway to the turbulent past.
For details see Christmas Eve.
Repeated from 10.45am.
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M.R. James at Christmas: 5/5: Number 13

Dr Anderson's obsessive interest in why the hotel he's staying at doesn't include a number 13 puts him in terrible danger.
For details see Christmas Eve.

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