2.30 Hoover Stakes (Handicap. lm)
3.05 The Hoover Cumberland Lodge Stakes (1½m)
3.40 Blue Seal Stakes (6f)
4.10 Gordon Carter Stakes (Handicap. 2m 45yds).
Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan , Jimmy Lindley and John Hanmer. Introduced by Julian Wilson.
Producer Wendy Sheppard Including at
Rita Hayworth David Niven
Two separate crises threaten to wreck the peace of a Bournemouth hotel.
Director Delbert Mann
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Trouble is brewing in Progress but nobody will heed Marshal Flagg's warnings.
Director Burt Kennedy
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The Art of Conflict. The last of the series looks at the radical approach to business taught by US lecturer and guru Richard Pascale , who believes the art of conflict is the key to business survival in the 90s. He says many western companies try to suppress conflict to create a 'happy family', holding back the vital learning process for managers. His ideas are shown being put into practice with British and American managers. Producer Fiona Pitcher
Series editor Brian Davies
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The second in this six-part series looks at grilled and fried dishes. Chef Minoru Yoneda adds a professional touch to salt-grilled fish, while in Tokyo Lesley Downer explores yakitori bars.
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Mazda believes its new MX-3 will dramatically change the sports hatchback market, claiming it's not in the normal GTi tradition of a family car with additions, but a purpose-designed four-seater coupe. Jeremy Clarkson reports. Chris Goffey examines problems viewers have found with their new cars, and Tony Mason reviews this year's Pirelli Classic Marathon. Producer Jon Bentley
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In the last of the series, the UK Mini-Guide comes from
Ironbridge, near Wrekin. With Penny Junor, Matthew Collins , John Thirlwell , Mairi Maciver and Dr John Thornes. Director Tony Harrison
Executive producer Alan Dobson
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The final part of a Timewatch reassessment of Lyndon B Johnson 's US presidency. The Last Believer. As
Johnson's term of office drew to a close, riots raged in the inner cities and anti-Vietnam protesters demonstrated all over the country. With the United States as close to anarchy as at any time since the Civil War, Johnson felt he was living in a continuous nightmare. But tonight's programme reveals how those who knew him best still regard him as a great man who almost realised an impossible dream. What he wanted was time to build his 'Great Society' - but time was running out.
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