2.30 The King George Stakes (5f)
Perion aims for another major scalp in this valuable sprint.
3.0 The Lanson Champagne Vintage Stakes (7f)
3.30 The Schweppes Golden Mile Stakes (H'cap. Old Mile) A wide open race for the season's richest handicap.
Pasticcio was laid out for the race months ago.
4.10 The Goodwood Cup (2m, 5f) Introduced by JULIAN WILSON Commentators
PETER O'SULLEVAN , JIMMY LINDLEY and JOHN HANMER Producer BOB DUNCAN including at
3.55 News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
- in The Freshman
Harold plays an intrepid college boy intent on becoming
Most Popular Man on Campus. Directed by L JWMEYER, SAM TAYLOR Television version produced by BOB HOAG
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Ray Gosling trails in the wake of the good ship Jasrah as her crew sample the delights of Cowes Week.
starring Sterling Hayden, Anna Maria Alberghetti, Richard Carlson
In the early 1830's, Jim Bowie returns to Texas to find William Travis, a lawyer, planning rebellion against the Mexican president, General Santa Anna. When Bowie's attempts at reconciliation fail, he is forced to take sides.
from a story by Sy Bartlett.
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Six documentaries by black film-makers 4: Wait on the Lord
'You may have tried the whisky bottle, but try Jesus. You may have tried cocaine, but try Jesus' advises Dexter Edmunds , minister in the Bethel United Church. And, belying the stereotyped media pictures of rioting and crime in Bristol's black communities, more and more young people are turning to Christ. They are forsaking the clubs and pubs and finding alternative excitement within the Church. Twenty-three-year-old Lance Dinnall explains: 'What has the Church done for me? Everything!'
Director KAMSCILLA NAIDOO Producer VASTIANA BELFON An Ebonu production
Presented by David Attenborough
During the 19th century the conservatories of Kew, like the great Palm House, were not only pleasure grounds for the people, but a vast research centre. Today Kew is yet more important as the home of what are often threatened species. The biggest glasshouse to be built there since Victorian times will be a crucial element in that conservation. How do you create a new glasshouse for the 21st century? How do you create a building with ten climates under one roof, from tropical swamp to arid desert? David Attenborough tells the story of the new Princess of Wales Conservatory and also of the great Victorian Palm House, currently under restoration - two buildings for their day, the most revolutionary in the world.
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Presented by Paul Heiney The Resort Report
- Hammamet in Tunisia.
Jackie Spreckley visits the town that was once the exclusive playground of millionaires, but is now the country's most popular tourist resort.
Matthew Collins goes on Special Assignment to somewhere in Europe.
Weatherman John Kettley comments on the summer so far, and forecasts what's in store for the weekend.
And the sheer variety of Britain - viewers report on their own holidays.
Plus travel tips and the late availability bargains.
Studio director JONATHAN BULLEN Executive producer ALAN DOBSON BBC North West
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Written and presented by Tony Harrison The Muffled Bells
'The curfew tolls the knell of parting day ...'
Breamore in Hampshire is a perfect example of the English churchyard, as described by Thomas Gray in his 18th-century elegy. The undertaker and the sexton, the rector and the squire remain, administering to the two closely-knit congregations: the living, who sing the harvest hymns in the church, and their dead outside in seven layers underground. For centuries, continuity in Breamore has comforted the bereaved, but it's a fragile thread. When the village gathers one dark winter afternoon to muffle the bells and bury the last miller, Stanley Hall , they are attending rather more than the funeral of one craftsman.
With their help, poet Tony Harrison writes his own elegy, though his is for the churchyard, for the crafts of village life ... and also for the craft he shares with Thomas Gray.
Researcher FLORENCE MINNIS
Film cameraman STEVE SAUNDERSON Sound recordist TREVOR GOSLING Film editor PETER SIMPSON Producer PETER SYMES BBC Bristol
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with Chris Denham
Two thirds of this planet's surface is covered by water. During the next six weeks Waterfront looks at the fascination that being on the water has for many different people.
Michael Green returns to the Norfolk Broads where he first learnt the art of coarse sailing. Jobs for the Buoys - the programme examines the work of Trinity House, which looks after the lighthouses, lightships and buoys around the coast; and Sculls and Crossbones contrasts the gig-racing pirates off Penzance with the eights at Henley. Film editor MIKE BOW
Assistant producer DEBORAH DONLIN Producer RONA CHRISTIE BBC Plymouth
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Presented by Peter Snow Donald MacCormick and Adam Raphael
With international reports by David Sells and Charles Wheeler Assignment editors
NICK GUTHRIE. ADRIAN MILNE Producers DIANA MORTON
EAMONN MATTHEWS. NIGEL CHAPMAN Editor TIM ORCHARD
helps you plan your weekend by previewing daytime programmes of special interest from the Open
University on Saturday and Sunday. A BBC/Open University production
Mechanics: Work, Energy, Power
The programme looks at mechanical energy storage, with some unconventional applications, such as flywheels in buses and in satellites. Producer MARTIN WRIGHT (R)