Last night watched Stones, which appears to have been a one of a series of stand-alone plays shown on BBC2 in the mid-1970s under the banner "The Mind Beyond." It concerns the ill advised attempt by the UK tourist board to move Stonehenge to Hyde Park. Cue stirring of supernatural forces determined to prevent that happening. It's all a bit hit and miss. Interesting in parts, and its depiction of British academia is slyly amusing (Malcolm "The History Man" Bradbury is one of the writers) but the supernatural elements don't seem to gel: The Stones act through an antique set of books which may have a secret language inscribed into their spines (although some don't) which awakens supernatural powers in the owners' children. The kids then travel down to Wiltshire to perform a rather peculiar ceremony involving stripping the covers off the books and using them to manipulate the sunlight. All a bit vague really. Not a complete waste of time, but not in the same league as say Children of the Stones or the final Quatermass series.