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lRichard Hutchinson rides his first winner of the season when Level Par (Nigel Angus) gets the better of Busman's Holiday (Harry Bell/Ernie Johnson) in the mile handicap at Hamilton.
In his latest role, Sheen plays a Los Angeles "cop on the edge" who takes refuge across the Atlantic to visit the land of his ancestors but finds himself caught up in a grisly busman's holiday when he has to investigate a murder.
Grandad Alistair Waugh is planning a busman's holiday after he scooped the pounds 10,000 jackpot in the Daily Record's super Cashlines game.
JOHN EGAN was back for the second day of a busman's holiday yesterday as he takes a rest from the exertions of his high-profile lifestyle as a top jockey in Hong Kong.
The Japanese champion, who is riding in France this season, is currently on a busman's holiday back in Tokyo, where he will ride over the weekend before returning to Europe.
Royal Ascot is more than a match for the Melbourne Cup, according to Craig Williams, the jockey currently on a busman's holiday in Britain riding for Mick Channon.
EDINBURGH CITY v ALLOA BLAIR HENDERSON admits he'll be on a busman's holiday as Edinburgh City aim to book a semi-final spot at Alloa's expense.
Generally I'm just not interested in a lot of TV because watching it is like a busman's holiday.
TAKING the ultimate busman's holiday at the show was plant operator Paul Smith from Denbigh.
In the steel shop the men took a busman's holiday, casting tools for their own use at the trade, or hammer-heads, bakestones, door-knockers, which they carried out under their coats when the day was over.
As a man with decades of experience in engineering, this role is no busman's holiday for the pragmatic, down-to-earth ex-serviceman, but rather the next challenge in his career and an opportunity to put something back into the society.
Tuesday will present a virtual busman's holiday and travel to Scotland, England and Ireland.