- 1 The Intelligence Man
Air Date: 1984-01-09
- 2 Microworld!
Horizon looks at the research advances in physics and technology of microelectronics.
Air Date: 1984-01-16
- 3 A New Green Revolution?
This episode of Horizon looks at the role of scientists in agriculture throughout the Third World countries.
Air Date: 1984-01-23
- 4 Spies in the Wires
Horizon examines the various ways of committing computer fraud and at the efforts to prevent it and preserve our privacy.
Air Date: 1984-01-30
- 5 Valley of the Inca
In this documentary, Horizon examines the work at an archaeological project in the Cusichaca Valley, Peru.
Air Date: 1984-02-13
- 6 The Conquest of Parasites
Horizon presents this report on parasites, their life styles, and the diseases they cause in Third World countries.
Air Date: 1984-02-27
- 7 Reflections on a River
Horizon investigates the life for various civilizations along the river Waveney in east Angola.
Air Date: 1984-03-05
- 8 A Normal Face
Horizon presents a report on current research and trends in facial reconstructive surgery.
Air Date: 1984-03-12
- 9 Prisoners of Incest
In this documentary, Horizon reconstructs a therapy session where a man imprisoned for incest meets his family for first time in two and one half years.
Air Date: 1984-03-19
- 10 Signs of the Apes, Songs of the Whales
Horizon investigates the linguistic potential of non-human species.
Air Date: 1984-03-26
- 11 Professor Bonner and the Slime Moulds
In the documentary, Horizon reports on the life of slime moulds and how they provides clues to cell differentiation.
Air Date: 1984-04-09
- 12 The Mind of a Murderer - The Case of the Hillside Strangler
Horizon presents the first of a two-part documentary about Kenneth Bianchi, the Los Angeles Hillside Strangler, who was convicted of the murder of 12 women even though his defence was that he had no memory of the crimes.
Air Date: 1984-04-16
- 13 The Mind of a Murderer - The Mask of Madness
Horizon presents the second part of a two-part documentary about Kenneth Bianchi, the Los Angeles Hillside Strangler, who was convicted of the murder of 12 women even though his defence was that he had no memory of the crimes.
Air Date: 1984-04-23
- 14 A Cruel Inheritance
Horizon reports on new medical techniques to diagnose the inherited diseases; sickle cell anaemia and cystic fibrosis.
Air Date: 1984-04-30
- 15 The Malvern Link
Horizon investigates the military bias of British scientific industries and the possible consequences if the bias continues.
Air Date: 1984-05-07
- 16 Contented Cows and Other Animals
Horizon explores the behavioural patterns of sheep, cows, chickens, and pigs under both natural and intensive farming conditions.
Air Date: 1984-11-05
- 17 Picking Winners
Horizon reports on the decline in the amount of gambling leading to a severe reductions in money to fund the scientific research in Britain.
Air Date: 1984-11-12
- 18 The Brain Puzzle
Horizon documents the current medical research into finding new ways of repairing damage to the brain and the central nervous system.
Air Date: 1984-11-19
- 19 Global Village
Horizon examines the concept and implications of a global village in Third World countries.
Air Date: 1984-11-26
- 20 Ivan
In this documentary, Horizon spends a week with a victim of Parkinson's disease and how he has to use considerable muscular effort in order to cope with day-to-day life.
Air Date: 1984-12-03
- 21 A Mathematical Mystery Tour
Horizon attempts to explain some of the theories proposed by pure mathematicians over the ages.
Air Date: 1984-12-10
- 22 Supercharged
Horizon presents a chronological history of the development of the racing car during the 15 years prior to World War II.
Air Date: 1984-12-17