PUBLISHED : Wednesday, 21 November, 2001, 12:00am
UPDATED : Wednesday, 21 November, 2001, 12:00am

The Amazing Race

Pearl, 9.35pm

And so The Amazing Race continues with only five teams remaining and there's everything to play for.

This leg starts in the grandiose Laxmi Niwas Palace in Bikaner, India. The teams have to make their way to the next destination - the Temple Of Dawn in Bangkok, 3,200km away. Firstly, they have to travel 480km to New Delhi in order to take the flight to Bangkok and as usual the teams have a choice of which method of transport they think will get them there the fastest: bus or train.

As the choice of transportation of the teams varies, they arrive in New Delhi at different times. Upon arrival, the teams have to arrange their own flight to get to Temple Of Dawn for the route-maker box, in which they find that they are facing a detour. The teams are then given two options to get to the town of Kanchanaburi - free private cars that are located somewhere in the neighbourhood or slow moving public buses. Some teams choose to search for the cars while others head straight for the buses.

While the other teams are making their way to Kanchanaburi, Nancy and Emily and Joe and Bill (above) choose to try their luck by competing for the fast forward pass at the Reclining Buddha. The winning team will be able to proceed directly to the next pit stop but the losers will have to head back to the Temple Of Dawn and try to make up for lost time. As ever, the last team to reach the pit stop will be eliminated.

On Style Special

World, 1.20am

Donna Karan (above) found her niche as the designer most women could relate to. She is uniquely American yet considered one of the foremost female designers in the world today.

With endless creativity and a drive to succeed, Karan has built an empire. On the heels of the 10th year anniversary of DKNY, On Style Special gives you an inside look at the launch of the DKNY fragrance and the opening of New York's flagship DKNY store.

Golf: PGA Grand Slam - Day 1 (live)

Star Sports, 9am

America's golfing elite will be competing at Hawaii's Poipu Bay Golf Course in Kauai, where they can play for a purse of US$1 million (HK$7.8 million) with a first prize of US$400,000.

The PGA Grand Slam is a 36-hole stroke-play playoff for the four biggest names in golf and the resort's 6,845-yard, 72-par, Robert Trent Jones Jnr-designed course is as unforgiving as its sea and mountainside setting is beautiful. Expect some fabulous golf from three-time PGA Grand Slam winner Tiger Woods (above), Open Championship winner David Duval, US Open champion Retief Goosen and PGA Championship winner David Toms, all of whom will be tested by the short par-three seventh and the exacting par-four ninth.

William Wadsworth