5/5 Nearly a quarter of a century on, Oddingley finally learns the truth about the murder.
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4/5 Suspicion falls on the local farmers, whose stories don't seem to add up.
3/5 The investigation into the parson's murder begins with a manhunt in nearby Worcester.
2/5 True tale of murder in 1806 England. Feuds, oaths and superstition are rife in the village
1/5 True tale of brutal murder in a remote English village on Midsummer's Day, 1806.
5/5 Saviano attends the Nobel Prize ceremony where he has been asked to speak.
4/5 Italian journalist Roberto Saviano dines out with Joe Pistone, his American counterpart.
3/5 Roberto Saviano describes meeting his hero, football star Lionel Messi.
2/5 Roberto Saviano's tale of pianist Michel Petrucciani's music and indomitable spirit.
1/5 Saviano relates a surreal fish-out-of-water trip to the Cannes Film Festival.
5/5 David Horovitch concludes his reading of letters from a father to his wayward son.
4/5 As Charlie drifts from job to job, his father writes with assorted news from home.
3/5 More letters from a long-suffering father to his wayward son.
2/5 Charlie is regretting his impetuous decision to join the Coldstream Guards.
1/5 A moving and humorous selection of letters from a despairing father to his wayward son.
5/5 Jean experiences a very physical brush with the past.
4/5 Jean contemplates the mysterious lives of starfish and brittle stars.
3/5 Jean discovers an unidentifiable, but exquisitely beautiful object at the strandline.
2/5 Jean contemplates the surprising effects of antidepressants on shrimp populations.
1/5 Jean Sprackland contemplates the reappearance of the Star of Hope, wrecked in 1883.
5/5 The hunt for Pamela's killer is halted amid the chaos of the Japanese invasion of Peking.