Today's races include the Virginia Water Maiden Stakes, which is often a nursery for classic fillies.
2.30 Palan Rated Stakes (5f)
3.00 Virginia Water Maiden Stakes for 2-year-olds (6f)
3.30 Brown Jack Stakes (Handicap. 2m)
With commentary by Peter O'Sullevan , Jimmy Lindley and John Hanmer.
Introduced by Julian Wilson with Tracy Piggott. Producer Barbara Slater
(The 4.05 race is on BBC2)
Sergeant Wilson is to be appointed bank manager of the Eastgate branch and made a Lieutenant in the Home Guard.
Environmentalist David Bellamy
presents a series looking at herbal medicines. Whisky and Wildflowers. On Scottish mountainside
David Bellamy finds the absorbent and antiseptic sphagnum moss, the world's first disposable nappy. He shows us plants that have the power to staunch the flow of blood. He pays tribute to a dram of malt whisky as "a herbal tincture without equal", and, while sitting in a bath of porridge, extols the virtues of oats as a cure for eczema. These are traditional herbal remedies that, he says, still have a role to play in modern medicine. Director Martin Gorst
Producer John Percival
An Ark production for BBCtv
BBC BOOK: Blooming Bellamy has over 200 illustrations from the series and is available, price £ 15.99. from bookshops.
DavidBellamy's natural health service
SEE FEATURE page 20
Drama series set in the hectic accident and emergency unit of Holby City Hospital.
Everybody Needs Somebody Andrew hears who has been appointed to the consultant's post. Rob and Sandra, meanwhile, are called to an agricultural accident when a land dispute between an uncle and nephew gets out of hand. And, Josh and Jane discover that there are dangers to being a paramedic on the front line.
Episode written by Arthur McKenzie Producer Geraint Morris
Director Michael Owen Morris
Anne Robinson presents more viewers' comments on recent
BBCtv programmes. Producer Bernard Newnham
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Concluding the dramatisation of a passionate affair between a student and a married woman which led to murder.
Starring Barbara Hershey Blanche Kettman feels very strongly that her son should not take all the responsibility for the murder of his lover's husband. So she sets out to befriend the lover, Jimmie Sue , trying to get her to admit that she turned her mild-mannered son Mike into a murderer. But
Jimmie Sue now has a new boyfriend and - anyway - she is not that easy to fool.
(Forcast see Thursday at 9.30pm)
Crime thriller, starring
In a busy police station the Watch Commander is closely involved with the safety and welfare of his men and women.
But after 42 years on the force, Sergeant Joe Wilson is too caught up in the triumphs and traumas of his cops. Emotions begin to get in the way of the job. And, when that job is catching a vicious singles-bar killer, there are lives at stake.
Director Neil T Maffeo (1988)
SEE FILMS pages 32-41
Sergeant Joe Wilson:
Officer Don Carpenter:
Lieutenant Carl Corelli:
Officer Lee Morgan:
Officer Jim Schaeffer:
Eric Walker ROBERT:
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