No. Title BBC2 Transmissions (UK)
1 My Late Lamented Friend and Partner Wednesday 18th October 1995, 2.10pm
2 But What a Sweet Little Room Wednesday 1st November 1995, 2.10pm
3 For the Girl Who Has Everything Wednesday 8th November 1995, 2.10pm
4 You Can Always Find a Fall Guy Wednesday 22nd November 1995, 2.10pm
5 Who Killed Cock Robin? Wednesday 6th December 1995, 2.10pm
6 A Sentimental Journey Tuesday 12th December 1995, 2.10pm (*)
7 The Smile Behind the Veil Wednesday 13th December 1995, 2.10pm
8 The Trouble with Women Thursday 14th December 1995, 2.10pm
9 It's Supposed to be Thicker Than Water Monday 1st April 1996, 11.10am
10 That's How Murder Snowballs Tuesday 2nd April 1996, 11.10am
11 Vendetta for a Dead Man Wednesday 3rd April 1996, 11.10am
12 Whoever Heard of a Ghost Dying? Thursday 4th April 1996, 11.10am
13 Never Trust a Ghost Tuesday 9th April 1996, 11.10am
14 Money to Burn Wednesday 10th April 1996, 11.10am
15 All Work and No Pay Thursday 11th April 1996, 11.10am
16 When the Spirit Moves You Friday 12th April 1996, 11.10am
17 Just for the Record Tuesday 28th May 1996, 11.10am
18 Could You Recognise the Man Again? Wednesday 29th May 1996, 11.10am
19 The Man from Nowhere Thursday 30th May 1996, 11.10am
20 The Ghost Who Saved the Bank at Monte Carlo Friday 31st May 1996, 11.10am
21 A Disturbing Case Monday 24th June 1996, 10.25am
22 When Did You Start to Stop Seeing Things Tuesday 25th June 1996, 10.25am
23 The House on Haunted Hill Wednesday 26th March 1996, 10.25am
24 Murder Ain't What It Used to Be Thursday 27th June 1996, 10.25am
25 Somebody Just Walked Over My Grave Friday 28th June 1996, 10.25am
26 The Ghost Talks (**)

(*) A Sentimental Journey was originally scheduled for Wednesday 15th November, 2.10pm
(**) The Ghost Talks appears not to have been screened in the second BBC2 run


This mid-afternoon / late morning second BBC2 run appears to have been rather erratically scheduled.


It started with a fortnight's break between the first and second episodes before it settled into a weekly pattern for the next few episodes (albeit with the transmission of A Sentimental Journey being pre-empted on 15th November). By December 1995, the decision had been taken to strip the series on weekdays, though after just three episodes, the series was put into hiatus until April 1996, when seven episodes were screened prior to another six-week break, returning briefly in late May. The remaining episodes (bar The Ghost Talks, which was not re-screened in this run) were shown across one week (Monday 24th to Friday 28th June 1996). Congratulations to any viewers (or indeed, readers!) who were able to keep up with that!!!


Section compiled by: Alan Hayes and James Heath


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