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5/5 Rumours circulate that the author will be knighted, but what does he think about this?
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4/5 Conan Doyle returns from the Boer War and in the early 1900s decides on a political life.
3/5 A decision is taken to kill Holmes off. Jean Leckie features in the author's life.
2/5 The mid 1880s brought marriage, fatherhood and the appearance of Sherlock Holmes.
1/5 During the early 1880s, Conan Doyle struggled as a young doctor and short story writer.
5/5 Despite failing health, Nureyev continues to perform, choreograph and act as mentor.
4/5 Nureyev creates a dark and complicated ballet based on a poem by Byron.
3/5 Royal Ballet director Ninette de Valois pairs Nureyev with Margot Fonteyn.
2/5 In 1961, on tour in Paris, Nureyev walks up to two policemen and freedom in the West.
1/5 Born on a train in Siberia in 1938, Nureyev grew up in desperate poverty.
5/5 Today is the County Cup Final, with spectators and even a full match-day programme.
4/5 The team's first goalkeeper lasts for three months before deciding to take up ballet.
3/5 Jim seeks coaching tips from the likes of Ron Atkinson and Jose Mourinho.
2/5 Boys inevitably develop at different speeds.
1/5 Watching one's own children play sport can be nerve-racking.
5/5 Robert reaches some surprising conclusions about the endurance of Britain's wild places.
4/5 An abandoned estate shows that wildness still flourishes on the fringes of Essex.
3/5 Wildness can still found in the tourist-tamed landscape of the Lake District.
2/5 Strathnaver in North West Scotland has been a place of human habitation for 6,000 years.
1/5 The odyssey begins begins in the sanctuary valley of Coruisk on the Isle of Skye.