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Local News Roundup Words by Jen Smith from Channel 103, news@jerseyweekly.com

Population rises by 10% in 10 years We learnt last week that there’s been a massive rise in the number of people living in Jersey, with the population increasing by more than 9,000 in ten years. As of March 2011 it stood at 97,857. Back in 2001 the Census put the population at 87,186. Since then experts have introduced a new way of measuring the population and say that means there are 9,100 more people here now, not 10,671. That means they’ve included the ‘undercount’ - the number who didn’t respond to the questionnaire. The Census also revealed 6,800 people moved here in the past decade. But Chief Minister Senator Ian Gorst doesn’t want the data to become an immigration argument: “Our community involves people from other places, and yes people have moved here. The priority now is to ensure there are jobs for those people, jobs in Jersey.” The Chief Minister acknowledged that the Census uncovered the true picture of our unemployment problem. It’s because the headcount involves the so-called ILO measurement, which includes everyone who could have a job but doesn’t, not just those registered. It means that just under 2,600 were out of work in March, twice as many known to be ‘seeking work’ with Social Security.

To take legal action or not to take legal action, that’s the question We found out last week how the UK Government will scrap Low Value Consignment Relief. The draft Finance Bill’s been published, meaning the Channel

Islands will soon know exactly where they stand. There are two options for Jersey’s government - to launch a legal challenge, or accept the removal of LVCR and deal with the consequences. The States is looking to see if the Finance Bill discriminates against the Channel Islands, and if there’s ground for court action. But time’s short - the relief is due to end in April leaving local online retailers in an uncertain position. We’re expecting an announcement from our government in the next few days.

to be apolitical. We can’t have a political party – the left or the right – picking what they do, so it has to be a neutral body. It also has to encompass wide parts of our society, not just people in business but people in the third sector etc. So it is a challenge”. You can read the document in full on the Chamber of Commerce website. www. jerseychamber.com/content/822/

Esplanade development gets go ahead

Unknown Man Buried An inquest into the death of a man whose body was discovered washed up at Havre des Pas in 2008 heard last week it wasn’t possible to identify him. Extensive forensic tests and an international appeal failed to uncover how, when or where the mystery man came to his death. All experts know is that the man was in his 30s and they think he was probably from somewhere in the Horn of Africa, Yemen or the UAE.

GST rise meant lighter baskets

In the chamber last week the States gave the go ahead to press on with developing the Esplanade.

Forensic Services Manager Vicky Coupland said because of the tidal range here it’s not even known where he entered the water.

We found out last week that we spent less in Jersey’s shops and supermarkets in the summer months.

St Helier Constable Simon Crowcroft had asked for the government to delay the plans so we could have another say.

The mystery man’s DNA profile will be kept on record in case it becomes possible to identify him in the future.

It’s the first time we’ve bought less food since the recession began and coincides with June’s rise in GST.

But after a long debate politicians want the first phase to get going - although they have protected the area around La Folie pub for now.

The Very Reverend Bob Keys led the funeral service at Surville cemetery in St Helier on Tuesday.

In the three months to the end of September overall volume sales were 7% lower than the previous quarter, and 5% lower than a year earlier. It’s the first time goods sold in food stores have fallen for almost three years.

Plan B but not as we know it A policy think tank should be looking twenty years ahead to secure Jersey’s economic success. We found out last week that the Chamber of Commerce has put together a list of ten action points it’s dubbing a Plan B for our financial future. Number one is an audit to work out if the estimated £3.5 billion of States assets are being used to the best effect.

The vote came after the States of Jersey Development Company – the firm responsible for changing the area – issued their plans under new MD Lee Henry. Mr Henry reckons he can produce a Jersey International Finance Centre that would actually put money back in the States pockets and have less of an impact on the area. Politicians decided to back him in the chamber by 28 votes to 20. Economic Development Minister Senator Alan Maclean was one of those keen to press ahead: “I urge members not to lose the vast investment this project will give our economy, the significant boost it will give to our economy, to businesses and of course, to jobs”.

Chamber President David Warr says we need a longer-term approach:

That’s a mouthful Hundreds of islanders flocked to the Royal Square for lunch last week as the Island’s annual Soup Kitchen brought out the crowds. Chefs from local restaurants and hotels provided hundreds of litres of broths of all flavours for the tasty charity fundraiser. And Islanders showed their generous sides as volunteers dished out more than £11,500 in soup for homeless people in Jersey. The total is slightly down on last year when £12,500 was raised but organizer Michelle Cuthbert said that could be partly down to a shortage of soup: “We could have sold an awful lot more. A huge number of people came after we’d run out, and we feel awful about that when we can’t give them anything. But the support was still there and it was absolutely amazing.”

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Community News Compiled by Tiffany Shales, news@jerseyweekly.com

Young conservationists to secure the future of endangered species under a new guise

to launch the new name and the Durrell Teenage Volunteers are very much looking forward to learning more about how they can make a real difference, working towards the conservation charity’s misson to save species from extinction.” In a separate donation, DCG has also given Durrell 50 seventeen inch monitors which the business no longer required.

St James’ Church

Work to repair the exterior of St James’ Church in St Helier will get underway in early 2012 if proposals by Jersey Property Holdings ( JPH) meet Planning’s historic buildings requirements. Various proposals have been prepared since 2007 to address the building defects, but they have either not met the requirements or were unaffordable. JPH has recently undertaken a detailed survey of the building to determine an alternative method for carrying out the works to both meet the planning requirements and reduce the cost. Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust’s young conservationists JPH will obtain competitive tenders for the work from local will be helping to secure the future of endangered species contractors early in 2012 with repair work to be completed by under a new name after it was discovered the group shared next summer. the same initials as those registered by a local finance business. It is anticipated that the repairs will cost in the region of Durrell Conservation Group will now be known as Durrell £300,000. The cost of the works will be contained within Teenage Volunteers after corporate services firm DCG the existing maintenance budget and once they have been completed the scaffold will be removed. launched a competition to rename the group. DCG employees Jo Robinson and Andrew McNulty came up with the winning name and both won family memberships for one year. Two teenage winners, Matt Fauvel and Eve Taylor-Cox, also won the opportunity to adopt an animal for a year and chose an otter and a tamarin monkey.

Assistant Minister for Treasury and Resources, Deputy Eddie Noel, said:

JPH is working with the Department for Education, Sport and Culture to examine the potential to co-locate Youth Service facilities to the St James site by utilising the now vacant school building and In addition, DCG has donated various items to Durrell vicarage and enhancing the performance space for both the Youth Teenage Volunteers including waterproofs, binoculars and Service and other organisations. butterfly nets, as well as offering support in developing a new facebook page to promote the teenagers’ work and assisting with the costs of advertising around the name change.

Christopher Bennett, managing director of DCG Real Estate, commented: “When we realised Durrell was sharing our business name we wanted to come up with a fun and novel way to rebrand the young conservationists’. Durrell Teenage Volunteers encapsulates what the group is about and it has been a pleasure to work with the team at Durrell. Overall, DCG has supported Durrell Teenage Volunteers to the tune of more than £5,000 and we wish them well with their future projects.” Durrell’s Jamie Copsey, Head of Training and Education says; “DCG has been very generous in ensuring Durrell was able

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“The proposed relocation will improve the operation of the Youth Service in St Helier and will release the La Motte Street site for residential development. The cost of relocation will be more than offset by the anticipated receipt, which will be used to contribute funding towards the proposed 2012-2014 Capital Programme.”

Improvements to the planning process Most planning decisions in Jersey will become quicker next year following the introduction of a package of measures by the Minister for Planning and Environment, which are designed to

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improve the planning process. The changes, which include the introduction of a quicker 8-week target for smaller domestic applications and new technology allowing the public to view plans and comment online, are a response to customer feedback about the current planning process. It is hoped that the changes will not only make it easier for applicants and the public to liaise with the planning department, but will enable the department to operate more efficiently.

The Minister also hopes to work more closely with the new Environment Scrutiny Panel to identify other areas for improvement within the Department of the Environment.

2012 Swimarathon attracts more and more teams

The key changes include: 1. Performance targets – A shorter, 8 week target is to be introduced for smaller applications, to include domestic extensions/alterations and minor applications for commercial premises. 2. Online applications – A New IT system will go live in early 2012, and allow applications to be made on line and for the general public to view plans and proposals and for them to comment online. 3. New Ministerial protocol - Most applications will be reviewed and decided by department officers or the Planning Applications Panel. The Minister will only get involved in decisions in exceptional circumstances, for example planning schemes of Island-wide significance or those relating to regeneration zones. 4. Third party objections – The Planning Applications Panel will only deal with applications that receive at least 4 objections. Those with fewer objections will be considered by planning officers when making their decision. This will speed up the decision making process. 5. Faster and clearer decisions – Lengthy discussions between the applicant and the Department can delay decisions. In future, faster and clearer decisions will be made, even if this results in an application being refused. If an application is refused, the applicant will be able to submit a further application for the same type of development on the same site within 6 months without paying a fee. 6. Fairer planning appeals system - The Minister will consult on a new merit based planning appeal system that is less expensive for appellants than the current Royal Court based system. This will ensure greater equity in the planning system and offer greater independent challenge on planning decisions. 7. More Exemptions - The Minister has asked the planning department to work with the newly formed Environment Scrutiny Panel to extend the number of development exemptions. These are developments where planning permission is not required. Minister for Planning and Environment, Deputy Robert Duhamel, said: “The introduction of these improved measures is

great news for Islanders. My department has listened to customer feedback and tried to make changes to the way in which we work so that we can provide people in Jersey with a faster, more efficient planning process. We will review these changes on a regular basis to ensure they are improving the service we offer.”

The 2012 Swimarathon, which will take place Wednesday to Sunday 7 to 11 March next year, has already attracted 354 teams, 70 more than at the same time last year. Consequently the event organisers, the Lions Club of Jersey, are urging teams who have either provisionally booked their swim times or who are still considering taking part to register with the Swimarathon Administrator as soon as possible, to ensure that they get to swim at or as near the time and day they prefer. “So far, the forthcoming Swimarathon has attracted more interest than ever,’ says Lions Club spokesman Lion Peter Tabb. ‘We believe this is because we will be devoting a very significant proportion of what is raised to the Island’s youth organisations as a tribute to the late Hannah Johnson, the Lions Club of Jersey’s Young Ambassador of the 21st Century 2009 who tragically died aged 19 earlier this year.” At the time of the launch, Mark Capern, head of the States Youth Service, said that this funding means clubs and organisations can continue to broaden their activities and services to meet the needs of young people, and will be a fantastic bonus for all positive work done by them. For the sixth year running, RBC Wealth Management is sponsoring the event. “To have over 70% of the lanes booked three months ahead of the Swimarathon is a great result,’ said Chris Blampied, Managing Director, Royal Bank of Canada (Channel Islands) Limited. ‘We’re delighted that the island’s longest-running charity event continues to go from strength to strength. We hope the money raised at next year’s big swim will make a real difference to the young people in Jersey.” Information and registrations are available from the Swimarathon Administrator, PO Box 397, St Helier, Jersey JE4 9ZX or via e-mail Swimarathon@jerseymail.co.uk.

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May course planned for “Return to Practice” nurses

Open sessions aimed at attracting nurses back to work in Jersey attracted a range of candidates who want to re-enter the profession.

The course will consist of around 150 hours of theory, and 150 hours of clinical practice. Successful applicants will also have the opportunity to undertake supervised practice in an area related to their previous experience. Each person will also have a personal tutor, and excellent job opportunities. Chief Nurse Rose Naylor said: “It is very encouraging to have

had such a good response to these open sessions, and we hope that nurses who already live in Jersey will undertake the course. The The ‘Return to Practice’ programme will start in May next course is a great opportunity for nurses living in Jersey to re-enter year, run by the nurse education centre at Health and Social clinical practice as safe and competent practitioners. This is a very Services. important initiative for us not only to recruit people already in the island who want to restart their nursing career, but also as part of In late November, two open sessions called ‘Return to Practice’ the department’s commitment to develop local workforce capacity.” were held in the Nurse Education Centre at the General Hospital, and 21 interested people attended.

The head of nursing and midwifery education at Health and Social Services, Julie Mesny, said: “The sessions were aimed

at Islanders who are either already registered nurses, or whose registration has lapsed, but who have not practised nursing recently, with the areas of specialism being general adult nursing and mental health.” Leading up to the open sessions, more than 30 potential applicants contacted the Education Centre for details of the events, and 21 people in total attended one of the two sessions. Interested candidates had to provide evidence of a current or prior registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council.”

Anyone interested in finding out more who could not attend the open sessions, should contact Jenny Child at Health and Social Services on 442087 or via email at j.child@gov.je, or Workforce Planning Manager Honor Blain at h.blain@ health.gov.je or 442675.

NatWest introduces popular emergency cash initiative in Jersey

N a t W e s t customers in Jersey will now have access to an ‘Emergency Cash’ facility that will assist them if their bank cards are lost or stolen.

Mrs Mesny said: “17 of those who enquired are all keen to review

their registration status. The majority of the potential candidates were keen to apply for the programme starting in May 2012, with a couple interested in a later cohort, indicating the need for a future programme. We were very pleased to have such interest, and a few of the people who attended the sessions or made contact with us said they were very pleased to have this opportunity, as they have been thinking about going back to nursing, and feel this is an ideal opportunity. “Seven people who attended still had a current registration with the NMC, and wanted to find out how to gain some hospital experience and a professional update. Through a support programme, we hope to enable this to happen through the bank nurse structure. One attendee wanted to explore the opportunities of a mental health qualification and one person wanted to find out how to train as an adult nurse.” Application packs will now be sent out for those who wish to apply for the May 2012 cohort, and potential candidates will be interviewed in January 2012. Mrs Mesny added: “We feel that we certainly have the interest to

run a cohort of return to practice students in May 2012.”

Emergency Cash, which has proved a valuable service for UK customers, was launched in Jersey on Wednesday 7th December 2011. When customers report their card lost or stolen they can then call a 24 hour number direct to the bank and will be issued with a six digit emergency cash security code which can be used at any RBS Group ATMs across the UK, Channel Islands, Isle of Man and Gibraltar. Telephone and online banking customers will be able to withdraw up to £300 free of charge within three hours of calling NatWest. Customers not registered can withdraw up to £40.

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Jerry Whitsey, Head of Products and Marketing at NatWest, commented:

Tache’ in order to raise awareness of the month long drive to raise funds for men’s health initiatives.

“As part of our Customer Promises, NatWest is committed to listening to feedback from customers and acting on it to improve their overall experience. From speaking to customers we understand how frustrating it can be when cards are lost or stolen and the Emergency Cash facility aims to take the pressure off customers should this happen to them. Over 700,000 customers in the UK have benefitted from Emergency Cash since it was launched and we are pleased to extend this facility to local customers.”

As well as donating money, Mange Tout teamed up with other local businesses to encourage fundraising. Jerseybased wholesaler Wilkinsons and sister company Pack and Wrap managed to raise £6200 between them, whilst Hettich Jewellers raised £900.

The service is available over the telephone and customers can call 01534 620050 if they need to use the service. Emergency cash is only available in multiples of £20 so customers need to have minimum available funds of £20 to use the service.

“The success of Movember inspired us to continue our fundraising into December. In the New Year, we will launch our ‘bag returns’ initiative which will help the Teenage Cancer Trust throughout 2012,” said Andrew Hosegood of Mange Tout. “Our real success in Movember wasn’t just raising the money ourselves but also working with and encouraging other companies to make the impact even greater. By teaming up with Wilkinson’s, Pack and Wrap, and Hettich, we’ve been able to raise nearly £9000 between us, which is enough money to make a real difference.”

Mange Tout continues fundraising drive after Airport successful Movember works Following a successful Movember, during which Mange Tout raised £1,750 for men’s health charities through the sale of a special Movember sandwich as well as sales of cappuccinos and lattes, Mange Tout has decided to continue its fundraising initiatives into December and beyond. Customers at Mange Tout will support the Teenage Cancer Trust throughout the last month of the year whenever they buy a slice of chilli corn bread or soda bread to accompany their soup. The tasty breads are freshly made every day at Mange Tout to Abbie Hosegood of Mange Tout’s own recipe. The fresh food outlet will donate 10 pence to the Trust for every slice sold. In addition to selling the bread in store, Mange Tout is encouraging people to try baking for themselves by publishing the recipes on their Facebook page, Mange Tout Jersey. In the New Year, Mange Tout customers will be able to continue raising money for the Teenage Cancer Trust by returning their Mange Tout paper bags once they’ve finished using them. During Movember, Mange Tout branded itself as ‘Mange

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resurfacing

On Wednesday 4th January 2012, resurfacing works started on the airport roads and will continue until May. The roads, including Avenue de la Reine Elizabeth II and two thirds of Avenue de la Commune are in great need of repair. The majority of the route was last resurfaced 23 years ago and since then parts of the road have been dug up numerous times for utility services. The poor condition of the surface was emphasised last year when following a heavy frost, a large number of potholes appeared in the road overnight. Work will be carried out at night-time from 7.30pm to 2am so that airline passengers are not delayed. For some sections where there are no houses in close proximity, the working hours may be extended to 4am. The road will be closed in short sections to all through traffic during these hours, starting from the Beaumont Hill end. A diversion will be in operation along le Mont au Roux, la Rue des Mans and la Rue du Pont Marquet. A webpage informing members of the public about the project is currently being developed and will be available from the start of the works. This will also provide updates on traffic management. Members of the public are invited to attend a public exhibition on the scheme from noon until 10pm on Wednesday, 14 December 2011 at the Jersey Aeroclub. Those people interested in attending, should contact Transport and Technical Services on 445509.

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The scheme, which will cost about £750,000, extends for the full length of Avenue de la Reine Elizabeth II, from the roundabout at the top of Beaumont Hill to the airport roundabout. It continues along Avenue de la Commune from the airport roundabout to 100m west of the junction with le Clos Saut Falluet. The works will comprise: • Resurfacing, strengthening and reshaping of the carriageway • Localised resurfacing of the footways • Introduction of a footway along the eastbound carriageway near Beaumont Hill • Installation of two new pedestrian refuges, one near the junction with Rue des Vignes and the other west of Lakeside Residential Home • Replacement of two sections of road safety barriers • Improvement of the streetlighting at Beaumont Hill by replacing the lamps and introducing a new column. Major stakeholders have been consulted with respect to the works, including the emergency services and Jersey Airport. All businesses along the route will remain open as usual. Although Transport and Technical Services and the contractor, Le Sech (Asphalt) Ltd, will be doing their utmost to minimise disruption, these essential highways maintenance works will cause some delays to motorists and disturbance to householders, adding; “We apologise in advance for any inconvenience caused.”

Director of Education Mario Lundy said: “I am really pleased

that we have been able to appoint Sam to this post. He will bring a broad range of experience to the job as well as a real commitment to Springfield and its community.”

Rue du Presbytere resurfacing works

Transport and Technical Services (TTS) will be resurfacing Rue du Presbytere in Trinity from Monday 12 December for approximately ten days. The road and sections of Rue de la Croix will be closed for the duration of the works. Drivers will be diverted along Rue au Sellier and Rue es Picots. Signs will direct members of the public to the Parish Hall from Rue es Picots or Rue de la Croix. The road surface is currently very uneven and in poor condition, having been dug up numerous times for utility services and last resurfaced 31 years ago. The works will involve strengthening sections of the existing carriageway and resurfacing the full width. Pallot Tarmac Ltd will undertake the £60,000 project on behalf of TTS. TTS apologises in advance for any disruption that these essential maintenance works might cause.

New head for Springfield School

Sam Cooper, the deputy head of Springfield School, has been appointed head teacher with effect from January 2012. Mr Cooper, who is currently on secondment at Samares School, will take over from Iain George, who is moving to Janvrin primary in the new year.

Mr Cooper has taught in a number of primary schools across the Island over the past 18 years and has recently led the development of the online Virtual Learning Environment in all Jersey’s primary schools. He said: “I am absolutely delighted to have been appointed as

the new head teacher of such a brilliant school.

“As I take up my first headship, I am committed to making sure that the children’s learning is enhanced by accessing as many real-life experiences as possible. Wherever we can, we will look to involve the children’s families in their learning and provide support for our busy working parents.

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“I am very much looking forward to working with the whole school community to ensure that we continue to do the very best for every child at Springfield.”

Bedell provide £17,500 to the One Foundation Bedell has provided £17,500 to the One Foundation. These funds will be used across sport, culture and education projects on the Island. The One Foundation was established in June 2011 and is a charitable foundation. To date the One Foundation has provided funding to many different projects including the Cash4Schools campaign, Jersey Island Games Team 2011 and 2013, Jersey Netball Association, Jersey Rugby Club Academy, Jersey United Banks Ladies Team and Will Golder, to name a few. A number of other projects are currently being considered for 2012. Kevin Lemasney the One Foundation Chairman said “We

are delighted that Bedell are supporting the One Foundation. These funds will be of great benef it to individuals, teams and projects within the local community. At the One Foundation we provide f inancial and professional support to non-prof it organisations across education, sport and culture. We have many projects requiring support and we

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work with businesses to identify projects which best match their Corporate and Social Responsibility (CSR) objectives. In particular many businesses f ind it diff icult to provide funding to individuals with identif ied potential due to the cross section of applications. We are developing a structured application process and links with UK entities which we hope will greatly assist these people.” Shane Hollywood at Bedell said “We were keen to provide

funding to the One Foundation as we will be helping a cross section of clubs and associations within the Island community. The principal objectives of the Foundation are suited to our CSR policy and we look forward to working together in the future.” The council of members for the One Foundation consists of:, Kevin Lemasney – Chairman of the One Foundation, Ben Cooke - CEO Dominion Fiduciary Services Limited, Derek De La Haye – Education, Sport and Culture, Rod McLoughlin – Art and Culture, Steve Jacobs – Chairman of the Island Games Committee. All of these members are actively involved in the local community and collectively identified the need for a charitable foundation which would benefit education, sport and culture in Jersey.

Charity seeks English teachers for short Indonesian school placements

Each teacher will be required to work for two or three months at the Bukit Lawang English School in Sumatra, Indonesia. The next placement begins in January 2012 and further trips will take place throughout the year. Rebecca Coley, trustee of the Bukit Lawang Trust, said:

“The placements are a great opportunity for teachers from the Channel Islands to work within a community affected by natural disaster such as floods, tsunami and earthquakes. Not only is this a wonderful cultural experience but it is also a chance to make life-long friends.”

The Bukit Lawang charitable Trust focuses on health, education and sanitation. The English school in Sumatra, which is run by the Bukit Lawang Trust, sees over 70 children a day and all the lessons are free. Madeleine Smart from Jersey was part of the scheme last year. With the help of a local resident she set up another set of English lessons in a neighbouring village, alongside her usual teaching group.

“The main group were teenagers studying for their exams. It was eye-opening to work with the young people who had lived through the adversity Bukit Lawang had faced in previous years. It was great to see them working so hard for their futures and be able to help them towards their goals. “In my free time I trekked and camped in the jungle, saw orangutans in one of the few remaining places they still exist in the wild, bathed elephants in Tangkahan and experienced local weddings. I can only sing praise for Bukit Lawang and would go back in a heartbeat,” she said. The placements will involve teaching three lessons a week to children aged between six and 16 and at least three smaller classes to older children who are hoping to go to university. Hayley de Putron said: “This charity is doing a fantastic

amount of work in this island which is still recovering from the devastating effects of the 2004 tsunami and other natural disasters. The opportunity this will give some young Channel Island teachers is fantastic.”

The Bukit Lawang Trust is offering qualified English teachers from the Channel Islands a chance to work in a Sumatran school for up to three months for what promises to be a life changing experience. Thanks to support from De Putron Fund Management, The Bukit Lawang Trust (a Jersey registered charity) will recruit up to six English teachers who need to have Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL), Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) or an equivalent qualification.

Each teacher will receive up to £1,000 from De Putron Fund Management to go towards travel and vaccination costs and on arrival they will be given comfortable private accommodation at the community centre base together with free meals throughout their placement. For further information about the Bukit Lawang Trust go to www.bukitlawangtrust.org or email Rebecca Coley at info@ bukitlawangtrust.org.

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Jersey Trust Company Appoints New Director

one of the leading global accountancy firms. He previously worked for an in-house fiduciary company owned by a French fund and asset management business. JTC’s Group Director Steve Burnett, who has responsibility for the Luxembourg office, commented on the appointment:

“Since our move to Luxembourg 18 months ago, demand for our services has been consistently strong from both existing clients and new enquiries and I am delighted that someone of Renaud’s professional calibre has joined us to further strengthen the team.”

JTC Luxembourg provides fund administration, corporate administration and domiciliation services to a global network of new and existing clients in the renewable energy, real estate, film finance and private equity sectors.

A Jersey-headquartered trust company has appointed a new director in its offices in Luxembourg. The appointment of Renaud Labye by Jersey Trust Company ( JTC) reflects the continued expansion of the group’s business in Luxembourg. JTC also operates in Jersey, Guernsey, Switzerland, London, Glasgow and the British Virgin Islands.

JTC was formed in 1987 and is a leading independent provider of private client, corporate, fund administration and employee benefit services. The company’s head office is based in Jersey with additional operations in a further five jurisdictions worldwide.

Fortuna-Euronics

The Luxembourg office, which opened in May 2010, offers the group’s clients and intermediaries more flexibility in international structuring and enhanced access to other services and, as a result, has witnessed notable growth in activity. Mr Labye, who comes from Belgium, holds qualifications in finance and economics and has extensive experience in the development and operation of Luxembourg private wealth vehicles and the establishment of international structures for private and corporate clients. He has particular expertise in real estate and Sharia-compliant structures and now leads the internal and client administration and accounting activities of JTC Luxembourg. Mr Labye qualified as an accountant in Luxembourg with

Long-established local electronics retailer Fortuna-Euronics has joined forces with the multi-national giant AVC Group. The AVC Group is a leading global services company. Over the past 20 years it has developed a wide range of services in digital media, IT and infrastructure, renewable

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energy, electrical recycling, facilities services and satellite broadband. With over 2,500 geographically dispersed engineers, the company covers all of Great Britain. AVC is a national company delivering service at a local level. AVC utilise new and emerging technologies combined with their extensive experience and entrepreneurial spirit to develop solutions that deliver commercial, marketing and sustainability value for their customers. The company pioneered technologies such as Wireless, 2-Way Broadband and renewable energies well before others recognised their value. The latest addition to AVC’s portfolio is Smarthome at Fortuna-Euronics.

“This is an stimulating and challenging opportunity for us,” says John Dingle whose family founded Fortuna in the heart of St Helier in 1954. “Working with AVC as Smarthome will allow us to deliver the most up-to-date technology to local consumers, businesses, utilities and States departments at a level of technological expertise not previously available in the Island. The move coincides with the termination of our lease at de Gruchy’s and this will allow us to redeploy our staff into new developing areas.” The existing Fortuna-Euronics retail outlets in Halkett Place and Minden Street are unaffected by this significant development and will continue to trade in a wide and expanding range of consumer electronics and white goods as at present. Michael Every, CEO of AVC Group says, “We are delighted

to be working with John and his team and impressed with how they have delivered quality products and service to the Island. We are excited about the opportunity and working on our strategy to bring this technology to a wider audience in the Britain and to emerging European markets.”

Wherever AVC operates, their brand promise is the same – take the best technology available, make it as simple as possible, and deliver it efficiently. This ethos is the key to AVC’s long lasting relationships with customers such as Sky, Tesco, M&S, IKEA, RBS, Lloyd’s Bank, CES, IBM and the MOD. This ethos will now be available in Jersey from the combined resources of Fortuna-Euronics and AVC Smarthome.

Tax information exchange agreement signed with Japan

Jersey and Japan signed a tax information exchange agreement (TIEA) at the Japanese Embassy in London 2nd December 2011. The agreement was signed by Chief Minister, Senator Ian Gorst, and the Japanese Ambassador, His Excellency Mr Keiichi Hayashi. Senator Gorst said: “The signing of this agreement is of

great importance. It will help to further strengthen existing business relationships and enhance those relationships to the benef it of both Jersey and Japan. “Jersey and Japan, as two of the four Vice-Chairs of the Peer Review Group of the Global Forum on Transparency and Information Exchange for Tax Purposes, are joined together in their commitment to the furthering of compliance with the global standards. “Jersey attaches great importance to establishing a good relationship with the G20 and has now signed tax agreements with 14 of the 19 G20 countries, and has completed negotiations with a further three. This relationship builds upon the independent assessments of Jersey by the International Monetary Fund, the Financial Stability Board and the OECD Global Forum, all of which have conf irmed Jersey’s high level of compliance with international standards for anti-money laundering, f inancial regulation and tax transparency/information exchange.” The tax information exchange and other provisions in the agreement will come into force once the parties have completed their respective domestic procedures.

Positive news for funds, banking and corporate business in latest finance figures

Jersey’s finance industry showed stable overall growth in the third quarter of 2011, with the value of funds it administers growing to reach its highest level since June 2009. Geoff Cook, Chief Executive of Jersey Finance Limited, saw signs of resilience for Jersey in what continues to be a challenging environment, citing particularly positive news for

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the funds sector, which recorded 10.5% year on year growth in the net asset value of funds being administered in Jersey to stand at £197.6bn. That figure does not include funds established under the Unregulated Funds Regime, of which there were 147 by the end of the period – an 8% increase on the previous quarter. Bank deposits also showed a quarterly increase, with deposits originating from the Far East and Middle East remaining impressive, standing at £6.8bn and £20.3bn. respectively, once again reflecting the value of ongoing promotional activity in Hong Kong, Greater China and the Gulf region. That the total number of companies registered in Jersey grew to its highest level in the past 12 months was also a positive indicator of the health of the industry. The statistics, collated and prepared by the Jersey Financial Services Commission, are for the three month period ending 30th September 2011. The headline figures are as follows: • •

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Banking deposits increased by £2.3bn (1.4%) during the third quarter of 2011 from £165bn to £167.3bn. The Net Asset Value of funds under administration increased by £1bn (0.5%) from £196.6bn to £197.6bn during the third quarter of 2011. The total number of regulated funds increased by 42 from 1,323 to 1,365 over this period. The total number of unregulated funds increased by 11 (8%) to 147 during the third quarter of 2011. The value of funds under investment management decreased by £1.4bn (6.3%) compared to the previous quarter from £22.2bn to £20.8bn. The total number of live companies on the register increased by 78 from 33,116 to 33,194 during the third quarter of 2011.

- the FTSE 100 index decreased by more than 15% over the same period. “Increasingly, Jersey is a key jurisdiction for corporate listings. Our members are receiving enquiries from many Indian and Chinese businesses to set up capital raising structures using Jersey companies. This is supported by the total number of live companies in Jersey increasing for a fourth consecutive quarter.’’ Nigel Strachan, Chairman of the Jersey Funds Association, added: “That the funds sector in Jersey continues to perform

well in difficult conditions, recording an increase in the value of funds under administration for the fifth consecutive quarter, will give investors confidence in Jersey. It’s also pleasing that the alternative asset classes remain strong, with the value of Private Equity, Venture Capital and Real Estate funds being administered in Jersey all showing increases on the previous quarter.”

Jersey’s first diamond encrusted bauble brings extra sparkle to law firm’s Christmas party

Geoff Cook commented: “Jersey’s finance industry

performed well during the third quarter of 2011. The total sterling value of banking deposits increased by 1.4% with currency fluctuations accounting for 0.5% of this movement. Encouraging news was also received on the banking front with the announcement that Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank has successfully applied to operate in Jersey. “We are particularly encouraged by the increase in the total number of Jersey funds, especially against a backdrop of challenging fundraising conditions. A total of 53 new funds were added to the total funds stocks during the period – the best quarterly performance since September 2010. Whilst a 6.3% decrease in the net asset value of funds under investment management was recorded, this performance is still relatively good when benchmarked against key financial market indices

Clients of Carey Olsen in Jersey had the chance to view the island’s first hand-made diamond bauble at the company’s Christmas drinks party yesterday. The diamond bauble named ‘La Sfera’, which is Italian for ‘the sphere’, has been valued at over £15,000 and was created by Juan Perdomo, master craftsman at local jewellers

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‘The Bench’ for Jersey Goldsmiths. The white gold Christmas tree decoration, which used 2.1metres of white gold tube set with 68 yellow and white cut diamonds totalling 3.5 carats, was showcased to nearly 300 guests that attended the event which took place at 47 Esplanade, St Helier. £153 was raised for Jersey Hospice Care during the event as guests gave donations to view the diamond bauble. Steven Hunt from Carey Olsen was very impressed with ‘La Sfera’.

“Carey Olsen was very pleased to be able to showcase such a beautiful piece of local art to our clients and staff to raise money for Jersey Hospice Care. Everyone was keen to take a closer look at the bauble which added to the festive theme of the event. “The bauble is absolutely stunning and it will make a fabulous addition to someone’s Christmas tree.” Julia Williams, Manager of Jersey Goldsmiths who brought the bauble along added: “La Sfera has been hand made in Jersey from start to finish and is a fine example of the craftsmanship in Jersey. We are delighted to be able to show her to so many people and contribute to the festive spirit”. Islanders have the chance to win the diamond decoration for Christmas Day by filling in an entry form at Jersey Goldsmiths.

Active Group Malta Seminar

seminar was arranged by Active Malta in collaboration with the Malta Financial Services Authority and was based at the MFSA Conference Centre in Attard. Over 200 delegates attended the seminar, which was repeated over two sessions due to high demand. The main speaker was Brian Horsepool, Partner and Director of Active Group, who covered the areas of director’s responsibilities, regulators’ expectations, corporate governance and various case studies, including where it can go wrong. Mr Horsepool was supported by representatives of two local law firms, Ganado & Associates and Mamo TCV, who spoke on the Malta Law Code, the Role of Compliance, and Solvency II. Mr Horsepool was also invited to speak on the same theme to a group from the Financial Services Division of the Malta Chamber of Commerce. Claire Gauci, Active’s director based in Malta, organised the seminar and was grateful to the MFSA for their assistance and support in staging this seminar, which is the first of a series of workshops to be arranged by Active in the New Year on further topics relevant to the Malta financial industry. The Active Group is an independent group headquartered in Guernsey providing business support services and regulatory consultancy across the range of financial services businesses. Active employs some 50 staff across its offices based in Guernsey, Jersey, Malta, Isle of Man and Cayman Islands.

Gigabit Jersey

The Treasury Minister is proposing to provide £19m worth of financial assistance to JT to replace all Jersey’s old copper telephone wiring with an island wide network of fibre optic technology. The new network would offer businesses and individuals broadband speeds of 1Gigabit. Senator Philip Ozouf said

“The roll out of super fast broadband across the island supports our plan for economic recovery. Fibre optic technology provides a gateway to a global online marketplace which will enable Jersey businesses to compete effectively. The marginal investment needed to move from the old copper wiring to 100% fibre optics for the whole population will put Jersey into a world beating position.” The Active Group recently hosted a seminar in Malta on the topic of The Role of Regulation, Compliance and Corporate Governance in ensuring a Healthy Finance Sector. The

“Now that we are on target for balanced budgets by 2013, we can invest in economic growth without incurring debt. This investment is key to attracting new businesses at a time when job creation is one of the most important tasks facing

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Ministers. It will put us at the forefront of the rapidly evolving technological race into the future and help to create jobs and get our economy moving.

investors, announced today that it has won three European awards from International Custody and Fund Administration (ICFA) magazine:

“We need to boost the economy and create an environment where new businesses can thrive. To do this we must stimulate innovation and fibre optic technology provides an environment that’s ripe for new enterprises. We have set up a crossdepartmental task force, led by Social Security and overseen by a steering group of ministers, to engage industry in getting islanders back to work.”

An independent report from the economists, Oxera, recommended that investing in a fibre optic network, rather than in the alternative Very high bitrate Digital Subscriber Line (VDSL), was in the interests of the shareholder and of JT. Advice from the States’ Economic Adviser indicates that an island-wide network of super-fast broadband speeds would also offer wide-ranging socio-economic benefits: • • • •

an environment in which e-commerce entrepreneurs could establish new businesses one of the fastest broadband services in the world would attract new investment to the Island new job opportunities and diversification of our economy new online entertainment opportunities for Islanders

State Street Wins Investment Servicing Awards from ICFA Magazine

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European Private Equity Fund Administrator of the Year European Property Fund Administrator of the Year European Transfer Agent of the Year (a joint award with IFDS, State Street’s transfer agency joint venture with DST systems)

The International Custody and Fund Administration (ICFA) European Awards recognise outstanding achievements for custodians, fund administrators and service providers across Europe.

“We are honored to be recognised by ICFA within three categories, two for our alternative investment solutions business and one for our transfer agent business. These awards are a testament to the high quality transfer agent and private equity and real estate administration teams we have in Europe,” said Phil McGowan, senior managing director of State Street’s private equity, real estate and corporate services business in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

“The awards acknowledge State Street’s continuing investment in technology, operations and client service, which allow us to provide clients with a comprehensive suite of services for their alternative investment vehicles.” State Street’s Alternative Investment Solutions (AIS) group has more than $793 billion in alternative assets and provides a complete suite of fund accounting, fund administration, corporate administration, risk and credit services to more than 500 clients, including institutional investors, hedge fund, private equity and real estate fund managers. IFDS, State Street’s transfer agency joint venture with DST systems, provides market-leading transfer agency, wealth management and investor record-keeping solutions across Europe for a wide range of institutions, distributors, advisors and investors supporting over 18.5 million accounts for over 200 organisations.

State Street Corporation (NYSE: STT), one of the world’s leading providers of financial services to institutional

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Money & Investments Roundup Compiled by Marcus Quinn, news@jerseyweekly.com

James McKeigue, Money Week Across the river from the City

The world’s troubles aren’t limited to the West. Even China has its problems – and they’re getting bigger. We’ve already noted that this country “is no longer a one-way bet”. “China’s central bank has had to intervene in the currency markets. That’s not to keep the renminbi weak against the dollar - but to prop it up. So what’s got investors spooked about the world’s future economic superpower?” A large part of the blame lies with China’s property market. As we in the West know only too well, property bubbles can be disastrous for an economy. The good news for China is that its attempts to pop its own property bubble appear to be working. The trouble is that’s always painful. And the amount of damage caused depends on how out of whack you allowed prices to become in the first place. Property sales in November are down 36% on last year, says the country’s top real estate developer. And lower demand for property means developers won’t have the cash to fund new projects. As many as 80% of Chinese firms are complaining that developers are behind on payments. That’s hurting companies further down the chain. If land prices fall, the Chinese banking system will be exposed to significant bad debts. A mere slowdown in the flow of new credit could have a serious impact on China’s economy. How will this play out? One casualty could

be Australia, one of the major countries geared up to service China’s commodity demand. And that means the Aussie dollar could drop. ‘Shorting’ – ie selling – the Australian dollar against the US dollar “could be one of the simplest ways to profit from a China slowdown”.

Empty Homes The scandal of empty homes in Britain can be solved by a simple change in the law... use it or lose it!. In the interest of a fairer society and equal opportunity for all, we need a law which states that you cannot own a property you don’t actually use. Such a law should apply to individuals and companies as well as to governments. Unused properties would have to be put up for auction within six months of becoming unoccupied. This would result in lower property prices, wider property ownership, less homelessness, greater numbers of new business start-ups, lower business costs, and the economy moving towards its greater potential. The parasitic landlord class would be gradually phased out. On the other hand it could be seen as, ‘stealing peoples’ houses in the name of fairness? How about we sacrifice a couple of sacred cows instead? These are real things we could do which will reduce demand and increase supply of housing, and take us closer to a free market. House prices are deliberately kept high through planning regulations. Website comments suggested; cut the planning departments. Green belts have to go they’re squeezing prices higher. inflationlinked land tax per square metre, no matter the usage. Cut rail subsidies completely. Why should London bankers have their commutes subsidised? And no council tax rebates for empty houses.

Stock Market Rise It was much quieter in stock markets this week – the FTSE has been trading sideways. And most investors’ eyes have been on Europe, as the European Central Bank (ECB) cut its benchmark interest rate by 0.5% on Thursday. But don’t get too excited that the Eurozone crisis is about to be ‘sorted’, stock up on companies that relish a recession. To save you the bother of scrolling through endless pages of pundits opinions on the Eurozone, here’s all you really need to know about the latest latest last-ditch summit to save Europe. All the talk of treaty rewrites is irrelevant. It’s all very well saying that countries need to be held to stricter rules, but that doesn’t do anything to get them out of the mess they are in now. Until the European Central Bank prints money to buy the region’s dodgy debt, the crisis won’t hit a turning point. Mario Draghi, head of the ECB, has made it clear he’s still not keen to do that. So almost regardless of what happens over the next few days, the Eurozone crisis seems likely to rumble on and on. That’s bad news for Europe, of course. But it’s not great for us here in the UK and Jersey either. Britain is hardly in a good enough condition to cope with any more bad news. Both households and our government are hugely weighed down by too much borrowing. While interest rates are very low, as they are now, that may not seem to be an over-large problem. But if debt-servicing costs start to climb, borrowing levels will become a much bigger issue here.

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Readers’ Emails Compiled by Jason Bourgeois, letters@jerseyweekly.com

My Money’s Worth Hi Jersey Weekly, I’m just writing this short letter to express my admiration towards the nobility of your new business model. It must have been a very difficult and daunting move for you to begin charging for what had been a free product for so long. Personally I believe that you have gone about it in the best way possible. The fact that a percentage of all your sales goes to a charity alone is a highly respectable act. Then coupled with that the fact that you try to include a different charity each week is very impressive. Not only that but you have already included some of the smaller local charities too and not just the big name brands. I’d like to end by saying I look forward to seeing the whos, whats and whys of future issues and will continue to BUY your magazine whenever I can. (just don’t go raising the price too soon)

Martin De La Noe, St Helier

Christmas Tree-oubles I don’t know how the rest of the Island feels, perhaps its just my senior years and love for tradition getting in the way I have always enjoyed La Fete Du Noue each year and taking my grandchildren to see the parades and the Christmas Markets each year is always a pleasure. They especially get a ‘kick’ out of being there for the ‘switching on’ of the lights around town. You can imagine my disappointment though when I took them to the old Weighbridge for this year’s festivities to see THAT TREE, if you can even call it a tree.

I don’t know if anyone else has seen it but it barely even has branches or any kind of resemblance to what a Christmas tree should look like. The tree down there this year looks more like a permanent extension of the new Royal Yacht Hotel and less a piece of Christmas Tradition. A Christmas Tree should be full of tinsel and baubles with lights sparkling to set it off and NOT whatever is at the Weighbridge today. I hate to sound so miserable at an otherwise festive time of year but to see a pyramid of fluorescent balls instead of the wonderful green branches associated with a PINE TREE is really disappointing to me. I’m all for technology moving forward and making our lives easier, Not that I understand a lot of it, but Christmas is Christmas and shouldn’t be altered for any reason. Here’s hoping that next year we see a return to form for Jersey. I still remember the trees past in Broad Street and The Parade. Lets see something like that again next year!.

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How do we persuade our kids to study ‘for Jersey’? In the last few weeks your magazine has covered the move towards ICT becoming the primary industry in Jersey. This is all well and good, and obviously the States agree as they seem to be largely funding the changes needed. I wonder though, how much is being done in the schools to make sure our offspring are able to secure work in this industry? Whilst my own kids are way ahead of me when it comes to the internet and the use of iPads and such, when it comes to the technical end of these devices - as opposed to the user interface - I wonder how teachers are prepared to teach kids how to operate the far less interesting ‘side’ of the internet. Will it require more Maths? Will the technology advance so fast that teachers need to be constantly ahead? It seems so dazzlingly fast - within a year my ‘latest mobile device’ is outdated, and I’m left learning a whole new operating system. How do get the kids interested in the first place? When most of the generation who ended up working in finance walked into a careers office whilst in school, I imagine not many of them expressed an interest in finance. I wonder how many will say ‘ICT!’ nowadays. The States may need to re-think education in line with their rethink of Jersey’s main economy.

Mr Ed Herring, Red Houses

All his jokes were hilarious although some might have been close to the bone he managed to pull everything off in good taste.

Maureen Slater, St Brelade

Byrne My Eyes I hope it’s ok that I use your letters section as a forum for me to write a short review of Ed Byrne’s show this Wednesday. I suppose if I’ve read as far as here in your printed edition I can assume it is! First of all I would like to point out that I had not seen any posters or anything for this show around town I simply found it in your wonderful diary section that you put out each week (keep that in forever please) I had not seen much of Ed Byrne’s standup before and I must say what a wonderful ‘crowd pleaser’ he really really is.

He had the audience in stitches from start to finish and responded eloquently (for lack of a better term) to the few hecklers who thought right to join in with the fun. My wife and I haven’t had such a good night out for a long time and look forward to seeing what further shows this new look Opera House puts out into the new year. We’re actually now after eating at the new restaurant there considering it as a haunt for meals alone but we’re also considering going to a panto this year for the first time since we were quite young.

My compliments to whoever it was that came up with the wonderful ideas and menu for the new cafe/ bar/restaurant (whichever they prefer)

Michael Steven Ozouf St. Helier

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This Week’s Featured Charity Written by Rick Jones, Compiled by Jon Moore, hello@jerseyweekly.com

“CRUELTY TO CHILDREN MUST STOP, FULL STOP” The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) is a UK based charity, that campaigns for the rights of children, and works in all areas of child protection.

Here in Jersey, the NSPCC operate in partnership with the Education, Sports and Culture, Health and Social Services and Family Nursing and Home Care departments of the States, as well as the Jersey Childcare Trust. Between them, they manage the ‘Jersey Pathways Project’, based at Les Squez School. This scheme gives families with pre-school children in the Jersey access to free play facilities and services and provides advice to help parents bring up their children. They offer support to new parents, young or otherwise, who may be struggling with the changes in lifestyle and responsibility that comes with having children; “Children are most vulnerable below the age of one and not all parents find looking after children of that age simple.” “Perhaps because of mental health, such as post natal depression, they are unable to provide the kind of care that a child needs.” They also work with single parents, and run a ‘Dads and Little’uns Club’ - open to male carers from across the Island. This along with ‘Play and Stay’ sessions, lends support - from both the volunteer staff, and other parents in the same situation - to parents who may be feeling the pressure.

“Children are most vulnerable below the age of one and not all parents find looking after children of that age simple.”

Other services include a ‘Bumps & Babes’ pregnancy support drop-in group - until babies are three months old. Also, a ‘Baby-grow’ drop-in group for 0 - 1 year olds, another ‘Play & Stay’ drop-in group for 0 – 4 year olds, and a special drop-in group ‘Grandparents & Tots’ for grandparents caring for their grandchildren during the daytimes.   From January 2012 at First Tower Primary School, they will be delivering ‘Bumps & Babes’ and ‘Baby-grow’ drop-in groups.   These drop-in groups provide a variety of play opportunities and new experiences for babies and children, and gives time for parents and carers to engage, enjoy and interact with their children through fun play and socialisation. The NSPCC and Jersey Child Protection Committee (JCPC) have also joined forces to encourage Island residents to help protect local children;

Should you wish to donate, volunteer or otherwise make contact with the charity in less urgent circumstances, please speak to; Fund raising committee Mrs Heidi Lewis, telephone 860781 Manager - Nola Hopkins, telephone 738143 Ten percent of the 85p that you paid for this issue of Jersey Weekly will be donated to the NSPCC.

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“Keeping children safe is everyone’s responsibility, and people working or volunteering in their local community are well placed to sound the alarm if they suspect a child is at risk. Parents, grandparents and carers are also being urged to report any concerns that they may have about a child or young person.” The NSPCC Helpline - 0808 800 5000 - is a vital first point of contact for anyone with concerns about a child. It’s free, and open 24 hours a day, every day of the year. Callers don’t have to give their name if they’d prefer to remain anonymous. Alternatively, from 13th July 2011, they can send text messages to the designated text number - 07786 20000.

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PLEA FOR FIVE YEAR BAN ON TAX INCREASES

The Jersey Chamber of Commerce has made a plea to the States of Jersey to introduce a ban on tax rises in order to help local businesses recover from economic uncertainty. Jersey Weekly takes a look at The Jersey Chamber of Commerce and the recent proposal.

The Jersey Chamber of Commerce has made a plea to the States of Jersey to introduce a ban on tax rises in order to help local businesses recover from economic uncertainty. Jersey Weekly takes a look at The Jersey Chamber of Commerce and the recent proposal. THE JERSEY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE The Chamber of Commerce is the largest employer representative body in the Island. It consists of members from all business sectors who are dedicated to the promotion of trade, commerce and the general prosperity of Jersey. The Chamber is completely self-funded by its membership, independent from the government and able to express an independent view. The Jersey Chamber of Commerce was formed two hundred and forty years ago when its members were principally ship owners. Now there is a different and much wider range of businesses amongst over 500 members. With membership open to a wide range of organisations and individuals, there is an increasing realisation of the wide range of benefits for those in every sector of the business community. Chamber pursues matters on behalf of its membership at a high level with local Government and all new or proposed legislation is monitored to ensure that members’ interests are represented. They adopt a proactive stance on key issues, providing recommendations to senior politicians and States’ departments in a pragmatic and constructive way. THE PROPOSAL A proposal has been issued for the government to consider stopping tax increases for local businesses for the next five years. One thing that needs to be made clear is that this is a freeze on current taxes and not a ban on taxes. Therefore this shouldn’t effect public services The warning signs are everywhere. It is time to take definitive action. But, what is there to do? We hear about the effects of the economic

recession every day on the news. It’s not just small businesses who are looking to survive either bigger companies are also facing testing times. With this economic uncertainty looming over the community and businesses in Jersey the President of the Chamber, David Warr recently announced that it was essential to take action to help businesses survive the poor trading conditions that will be around for years ahead. The suggestion being proposed to the States is to put a five year ban on tax increases to help businesses recover and prosper. HOW WILL THIS BENEFIT THE ECONOMY? Small business owners need to take money out of the business to survive, this money then gets taxed. The owners then spend the rest of this money to live and to buy the things they want. If they do not use the money it is re-invested back into the economy through them putting it back into their business. That could be in many different forms for example, rejuvenating the business, giving work to tradesmen, expanding the business offering more services increasing competition and providing further employment opportunities. Of course there has been much debate on this proposal and uncertainty over how it will work exactly. However the Jersey Chamber of Commerce are taking a commonsense approach to helping businesses in the current economic environment.

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‘JÈRRIAIS’

- A LANGUAGE IN PERIL?

Is Jersey’s ‘native tongue’ in danger of extinction?

On December 7th, the University of Cambridge issued a lengthy press release, detailing ‘the demise’ of Norman French in the Channel Islands. In it, ‘language death and dialectology’ expert Mari Jones detailed the ‘linguistic gulf ’ that has opened up as the Duchy of Normandy was relegated to the history books, and Britain became the primary influence on Jersey’s culture, identity and of course, language.

Although you may have forgotten much of your school history lessons, if you are asked “what happened in 1066?”, odds on, you will remember this was the year of ‘The Battle of Hastings’. This was the last successful foreign invasion of British soil, and placed Britain squarely under the rule of ‘The Normans’.

However, the spirit of all things Jersey has always been defined as ‘irrepressible’, and L’Office du Jèrriais - part of the Education, Sports and Culture department - work tirelessly to ensure that the language is kept alive...

Here in the Channel Islands, we are been culturally and historically considered part of Normandy, mainly due to geographical location - we are right on the doorstep. It stands to reason that the native language, historically, would also be Norman - and it was, for over a thousand years. Despite our tenuous political links to Great Britain since 1204, most of Jersey’s population remained ‘Francophone’ - speaking a local dialect of Norman-French until well into the late 19th Century.

This rendered ‘Norman’ the official language of all official British Government business from that day on. You may be surprised to find out that several Norman phrases are still used in British Parliament to this day, as a result.

There are three Channel Island dialects of Norman still in existence, Jèrriais (Jersey), Guernésiais (Guernsey) and Sercquais (Sark). Auregnais (Alderney’s dialect) apparently slipped into the cultural abyss in the mid 20th Century, and according to the recent Cambridge study, Sark’s Sercuais dialect may plunge after it, with surveys showing only twenty (older) people in the six-hundred strong population have any working knowledge of it. Jersey’s Jèrriais dialect however, has a vociferous local guardian in the form of ‘L’Office du Jèrriais’. The organisation - part of the Education, Sports and Culture Department of the States - has a very modern approach to ensuring that Jèrriais remains in the public consciousness. They are fully internet functional! They have a blog; (officedujerriais. blogspot.com), a website; (www.jerriais.org.je), twitter account (twitter. com/le_jerriais) and even a youtube channel; (...user/officedujerriais). This multimedia approach, along with the way the web presence is managed, actually helps teach pronunciations and history at once, and is a master-stroke given the popularity of mobile devices and the internet.

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L’Office du Jèrriais has introduced lessons in the language back into schools, and is working hard to foster a positive link between language and identity amongst young Islanders. They put it this way; “Jèrriais is a language in which Jersey people have exchanged poetry, stories, scandals, beliefs and business. It is a language of lullabies and laughs, satire and swearwords, and so much Jersey history is recorded only in Jèrriais.” It’s estimated, from various survey results, that there are currently 2,874 Jèrriais speakers in Jersey, 3.2% of the population. None of these, however, speak it as a first language. Bilingualism is common here, and has been for centuries. In the heyday of the Atlantic Cod Trade - where many a Jerseyman found fortune the neutrality of Jersey ships allowed them to work in French and British waters. On the docks, the men could converse - and thus trade with French or English merchants freely, and often used Norman dialects as a ‘secret code’ amongst themselves. The phrase ‘contact phenomena’ describes the presence of two languages in an area, and how words and patterns/orders from one creep into the other over time. According to the Cambridge study, Jersey resisted this phenomena (an oddity) and Jèrriais speakers kept their language free of English words. This actually may have contributed to it’s downfall, as instead of integrating and making Jèrriais words familiar to English speakers, it stayed separate. The WW2 evacuation of children from Jersey to various parts of the UK cut a significant portion of that generation off from Jèrriais in their formative years of speech. On return, they had mostly forgotten their native tongue and used English. This, combined with the ‘oil and water’ nature of the two languages traditionally, began it’s downturn in popularity and use.

Sir Robert Pipon Marett: He took a philological interest in Jèrriais and through his prestige did much to standardise Jèrriais orthography on the pattern of French orthography

It would be a shame for Jersey to lose it’s own language, and we are lucky that there is a group committed to it’s continuation, especially in the face of the UK study hailing “the impending extinction of Norman”. The UNESCO Atlas of the World’s Languages in Danger shows that 230 languages reached extinction in the last sixty years. Let’s hope L’Office du Jèrriais are successful, and Jèrriais, or the languages of any more of our sister Channel Islands, aren’t added to that list any time soon.

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NEW PLANS FOR ESPLANADE QUARTER DEVELOPMENT

The proposed development of a ‘new financial district’ in St Helier is to go ahead, although not exactly ‘as planned’. The Esplanade Quarter, a project of the States Of Jersey Development Company(SOJDC), was given the green light in a vote by the new States Members on November 6th - despite the request of the Constable of St Helier, Simon Crowcroft, that it be opened to public consultation. The Constable had previously asserted that if the site be developed at all, it could be better utilised than the SOJDC’s plans for office space and supporting retail outlets.

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One example of an alternate use for the current 525 space open-air car-park was a new Hospital. The Constable also stated that there was ‘no urgency’ to develop the site, which was functional and not in disrepair ‘as is’.

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However, the States voted to go ahead, with thirty-seven members for, to four against, albeit with a revised and slightly downscaled version of the plan. The previous plan by the SOJDC was for 620,000 sq ft of office space, 400 residential units, 100 hotel beds and around 50,000 sq ft of support retail and refreshment franchises. The new plans reduce the office buildings collective volume by some 155,000 sq ft and allow for a park area and a public square. The plans to sink the road have been shelved, if not scrapped , and a plan to undertake the development in ‘phases’ was rejected by the majority of States Members in a vote.

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In a previous interview with Jersey Weekly, the former head of the SOJDC, Steven Izatt, told us that the original plans for the area wouldn’t lose any of the public parking spaces. With a reduced size, though, there is a concern for the average St Helier resident that some parking will be lost. The current situation across town is telling. The construction of the new ‘Millennium Town Park’, whilst being a great addition to St Helier, didn’t get the promised underground parking. As such, the amount of cars circling and waiting in Ann St for a space that can be occupied for longer than three hours is verging on the ridiculous. Some of those working in town either have to move their vehicle every three hours from the short stay car-park to Minden Place multi-story (again three hours), or fight over the ‘all day’ spaces at Ann St. If, as the new plans for the Esplanade Quarter show, the car-park is taken underground, to allow the same amount of parking as the current open air arrangement, there needs to be provision for higher vehicles. Vans and minibuses, and even some MPV type cars are unable to get into multi-story car-parks. These higher vehicles will be displaced, and competition for other spaces leads to frustration and in some cases altercations, in the real world. It’s clear that the building work, which is to be private sector funded, will boost the Construction Industry at a crucial period. There has been much discussion of whether ‘we’ need any more office spaces in Jersey. Given the plans to turn Jersey into a World leading ICT centre, the need for new, ‘future proof’ buildings is obvious. The ‘old’ offices, many of which stand empty in the old town area can then be developed into housing. This will keep the town a busy and vibrant place, and take some ‘population pressure’ off the countryside, of which there is only a limited amount. The redeveloping work to turn these buildings into housing would further re-energise the Construction Industry. Times are moving, we need to move with them. The results of the voting from the States Members seems to point out that the majority of our Government agrees.

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THE NATIONAL TRUST FOR JERSEY - 75TH YEAR DRAWS TO A CLOSE Words // Rick Jones • Feature Design // Jon Moore

2011 was the 75th year of The National Trust for Jersey, and to mark this anniversary, they rather controversially painted ‘The White House’ in St Ouen green. It had the additional purpose of reminding Islanders to think in an environmentally friendly and sustainable way. Now as 2011 draws to a close, they are painting it again... for a ‘white Christmas’.

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Jersey Weekly asked The National Trust for Jersey how it feels as to get to this landmark age, and a few other questions, whilst we were at it...

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JW The National Trust for Jersey has been active in preserving Jersey’s history and environment since 1936. Obviously technologies and lifestyles have changed enormously over the 75 year period; how has this changed the role of Trust?

Celia Jeune “I believe the way we communicate to our ‘public’ is the most obvious change over the years. We are now more instant in responding to dangers to our environment whether built, natural or aesthetic.” “The Trust is now recognised as a major protector of the environment and is often invited to comment on proposed plans for change. This makes us, inevitably, more political. We now own more than 2% of the countryside and 20 buildings of all types. Over the years the Trust’s team has developed enormous expertise which means we are happier to comment on plans via the media in all its forms. We hope to educate our members and Islanders to the needs of the environment for the future benefit to all.” “We also continue to forge strong links with like minded organisations and individuals within the Island.” - Celia Jeune - President of The National Trust for Jersey

  JW How about buildings of historic importance? How do you find a balance between maintenance and the effects of time on traditional building materials?

Ernie Le Brun “Finding the balance by getting the best people to make things in the traditional way i.e: Lime Plastering and Lime Painting.  A lot of old materials are hard to source and apply.”  - Ernie Le Brun, Properties Manager. JW For the 75th Anniversary of the Trust’s work in Jersey, the ‘White House’ in St Ouen - La Caumine a Marie Best - was painted green. It caused rather a lot of comments. Did you expect this, and did it achieve it’s purpose, in making Jersey people discuss and remember environmental issues? Has there been much feedback as the year progressed?

Celia Jeune “We were taken aback at the ferocity of a very few opponents to the ‘green house’ but we quickly realised that most had missed the point that it was a temporary symbol to encourage a more sustainable lifestyle. However, the resulting publicity was welcome as it aired the points more than we could have hoped.”   “Feedback; this has not been specifically assessed yet as the year is not finished. We like to think that the demand for allotments has been fuelled by folk who see the point of ‘growing your own’. Saving water and ways to reduce electricity make even more sense this end of the year than at the beginning of the campaign. We hope that designers/ architects are more alert to the need to help people live sustainably by providing rainbutts, space for a compost heap/recycling etc.” - Celia Jeune   JW If urging Islanders top be mindful of the environment, history and how they can ensure that future generations enjoy an Island as beautiful as we do currently, what measures can they put in place straight away?

Celia Jeune “We would like to see all those good people who stood in a ‘LINE IN THE SAND’ (over 7,000) to take the next step and help us to save Plemont Headland by joining the National Trust for Jersey or by sending us a donation to the ‘Coastline Campaign’ in order that land can be purchased and saved from future development along the coast; (The Trust Office,The Elms, Cheve Rue, St Mary JE3 3EN.)” “Everyone is welcome to do the same even if they were not in St Ouen’s Bay in October 2009!” - Celia Jeune

  JW I’m sure this question has been asked, but is the ‘white house’ destined to stay white from now on? Are there any plans for thought inspiring statements in any other Heritage areas or buildings? We wish them all the best, and should you require any more information, or wish to help in any way, please visit their website; www.nationaltrustforjersey.org.je

Celia Jeune “The painters are transforming the Green House back to White to be ready next week (weather permitting!).”   “As and when, it is possible that we will hang a banner or use paint on another building if we need to communicate a need or illustrate a danger but at the moment we have no such plans.” - Celia Jeune

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Redlist Report - Jersey’s Bird Populations in the 21st Century

Words // Rick Jones • Feature Design // Jon Moore

BIRDS, AT LEAST the flight capable ones, have the unique ability amongst warm blooded creatures of coming and going as they please between landmasses. This may seem obvious, but it makes them one of the best indicators of the environment in a given area. If a record is kept of the presence and timing of bird migrations for a given area, it can be a great overall measure of many other factors, as we will explain...

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IN THE LAST WEEK of November, a sixteen page report on the conservation status of bird populations in Jersey was launched. So far, the initiative has been a joint effort between Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust, The States of Jersey Department of Environment and the Société Jersiaise. The project has taken three months and uses locally gathered data from twenty years, by three other organisations; The Wetlands Trust, British Trust for Ornithology and The Joint Nature Conservation Committee. Using this data, trends in migration, population and habits over the last two decades have been assessed and recorded. It divides the bird species into categories, and uses established criteria to determine the conservation status. Like comparative reports from UK and European conservation organisations, Red, Amber and Green are used to denote the level of threat perceived to each type of bird in Jersey. There are currently thirty-three ‘red-listed’ species - the colour used for the most vulnerable, conservation wise - in Jersey. These include the much loved Puffins, as well as the now rarely seen Cuckoo. ‘Amber’ species are those that have declined markedly but are not yet considered in danger of local extinction. It also includes the likes of the peregrine falcon and sand martin, that are very localised and vulnerable to changes in their small area. It may seem difficult to believe, but the Herring Gull is listed amber... perhaps due to the methods employed to keep them away from heavily populated or human dining areas. The Tufted Duck is another ‘amber’ species. ‘Green’ listed birds are the least endangered, and populations are flourishing. There are currently fifty-two species considered ‘green listed’. Blue tits and Wood Pigeons are examples of birds with least concern attached to their proliferation and population.

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Dr Glyn Young said:

“Bird monitoring provides one of the most robust and globally recognised methods for measuring changes in the state of biodiversity and the broader environment. This is the first such assessment of Jersey bird populations and the criteria used are intended to ensure that Conservation Status of Jersey’s Birds listings reflect each species’ global and European status as well as that within Jersey.”

John Pinel said: (States Environment Dpt)

“This document provides a powerful tool with which to focus conservation efforts. It can be used for a variety of purposes, not least when justifying sites of special interest but also in considering the future development of the Island.”

Mick Dryden added: (Chairman Société Jersiaise)

“Many sites across the Island are managed specifically to protect birds and other wildlife. Ownership of this land is in many different hands but all work to secure a future for our bird species” The reason bird life is a good indication of the state of a given area’s biodiversity, is that they are transient by nature of being able to fly. As the environment is in essence, based on a food chain structure, a simple act at ‘the bottom’ can influence the whole system. A rough example would be this year’s dry spell leading to a lack of mosquito larvae - that need pools of stagnant water to develop - and thus less mosquitos in the Island. Whilst this may be welcome to us, migrating birds returning North in Spring - such as Swifts - will typically move on to areas where more rain has fallen, and thus more of these kinds of insects are present. Swifts, if we are using this example, also predate heavily on ‘flying ants’ later in the Summer, and the lack of mosquitos, leading to a lack of swifts, can lead to an explosion in the appearance of these swarms. It’s all a delicate balance, and there has to be a start point for assessment. Bird studies provide a handy overview from which to begin looking deeper. It’s actually invaluable, and this new study is a great way for those concerned with the environment in Jersey to begin their own investigations. Two thousand copies of the report have been published, thanks to generous support from the Channel Islands Cooperative Society, and copies are available free of charge in hard copy or in electronic format from www.durrell.org

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‘DIGITAL JERSEY’ - IS IT THE ANSWER?

Words // Rick Jones • Feature Design // Jon Moore

WITH THE ABOLITION of LCVR by the UK Government, the Fulfillment Industry companies operating in Jersey have found themselves at a disadvantage, being on a different land mass. With Play.com opting to leave - sadly rendering many Islanders without employment - and others looking to follow suit, the States have placed their faith in technology to save the economy.

SPECIFICALLY, ICT - Information and Communication Technologies - have been earmarked for expansion. The investment of substantial amounts of public money into the upgrade of the cable infrastructure that carries data on the Island is proof that the States see the future ‘online’. But exactly why will improved data and communication rescue our economy? What kind of companies might we attract, and how will they benefit the Island? For a start, although the scope of this article is intended to cover the benefits to the Island’s economy, there has been the emergence this decade of the acronym ICT4D. This stands for ‘Information and Communication Technologies for Development’, and mostly focuses on the application of ICTs towards humanitarian goals in developing countries. While this doesn’t seem to directly apply to Jersey, the fact is that when looking at ways to improve disadvantaged societies - be it in healthcare, socioeconomic development or general quality of life - aid agencies increasingly look to apply information technology directly, or indirectly - such as aiding Governments, NGOs and businesses who will further improve socioeconomic conditions.

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ONE SUCH AGENCY PUT IT THIS WAY; “In our times, the most tangible and effective way to improve information and communication flows in a society consists in fostering ICT, ergo ICT4D.” Whilst Jersey may be a far cry from a developing country or a disadvantaged society, we are facing crisis, no doubt. With the much mentioned loss of the multi-million pound Fulfillment Industry here having a plethora of knock on effects, on everything from our postal service to our Social Security system (more out of work people means more pressure on contribution revenue, and thus even on those working), we need our States to act fast. Technology is advancing exponentially faster and faster. The more we rely on gadgets and systems to carry out everyday tasks, the more advanced and efficient these products become. One example; letter writing is as good as lost in history. We went to emails, text messaging, ‘Instant Messaging’. These allowed us to communicate as good as instantly. Then people began sending ‘videos’ by email or text. Now we have mobile devices capable of allowing ‘face to face’ conversations with someone on the other side of the World. The devices may be extremely capable, but these type of communications were often bogged down by latency and poor resolution (in both audio and visual terms), which has been inherent to the networks that carry the data. This started the mass explosion of technological research into faster and more capable data connections. The thing is, the better it gets, the better the devices get, and with so much money being made from providing the latest, fastest and most ‘do-it-all’ capable gadgets, the race is on - and it doesn’t look like it will ever stop. So really, Jersey needs to be in this race if we are to prosper as a nation in these rapidly advancing times. If the success of a business depends - as it increasingly does - on its ability to communicate directly and instantly with vendors, customers and associates, it needs to be based somewhere that supports this kind of communication. This is, more than ever, the requirement of one of our main industries in Jersey - finance. It stands to reason that supporting and growing financial service providers presence in the Island - with the benefits to the GDP and standard of living that comes with it - is important, as the door closes behind the fulfillment companies. They need to have access

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to equal or better data transfer speeds than their clients and even competitors elsewhere, otherwise the advantages of operating in Jersey are reduced. We need that advantage, because we need them if we are to improve the condition of our economy. Furthermore, online gaming is huge business. It’s been covered at length that this is a massive growth industry, and how it requires increasingly improved data transfer and speeds, as games become so advanced as to literally almost become another reality, or ‘world’. Online gaming is what the Treasury Minister, Philip Ozouf calls a ‘low footprint, high technology and high value’ business. Whilst such a company operating from Jersey would obviously bring revenue into the Island, it is unclear how much employment a ‘low footprint’ would allow for. Presumably locals seeking work in this industry will need to retrain in relevant computing or server maintenance skills to be of service. It’s unlikely that there will be the same level of vacancies created as with an industry that handles incoming goods, stock management, packing and all the required machinery and logistics involved with getting these products back out. There will be little ‘peripheral’ benefit, such as the increased need for Jersey Post to hire more staff. Indeed, as online and unified communications are better served, these companies will require less physical involvement - less people. This is the danger of technology in one sense; the better it gets, the more streamlined operations become. Continued...

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As more people become increasingly married to ever evolving mobile technologies, the development of ‘apps’ - mobile application software - that make lighter work of everyday (and sometimes not so obvious) tasks, is a growing industry. The International Data Corporation (IDC) is a market research and analysis firm specialising in information technology, telecommunications and consumer technology with over one-thousand analysts working in fifty countries. A survey they collated a few years ago reported that “smartphone use in the workplace will double between 2009 and 2014”. They appear to be right, and the phenomenon has been variously dubbed ‘the mobility invasion’ and ‘bring your own device’. Generally, staff will bring their own phone or tablet to work, and use it for work, as opposed to having separate work and personal devices. This has led to the implementation of ‘Mobile Application Management’ (MAM), whereby firms utilise an app that works across various platforms, and supports the work requirements of staff. When an employee brings a personal device into an enterprise setting, MAM enables the corporate IT staff to provision the device, download appropriate applications, control access to back-end data, and “wipe” the device if it is lost, or when its owner no longer works with the company. It’s possible that development, management and distribution of Apps and MAM could be an ICT based industry based in Jersey. It appears to be a rapidly growing market. One of the advantages of having already established ICT businesses operating from Jersey may be the training given to hired locals, be it programming, installation and maintenance, support and marketing. If our top-of-the-line infrastructure attracts the best companies, local workers will hopefully receive the best training and education as a result. This could, over time, create an environment in Jersey, where the ‘pool’ of skilled local individuals, combined with the world leading infrastructure and communication technologies made premises in Jersey extremely sought after - even competed for. This way, the States would be in the position of accepting only those businesses who were committed to putting something back into the Island. It’s clear that the potential to improve the current economic situation through ICTs is there, but there needs to be significant thought put into how it happens, and how it’s introduced. We need to implement training for local people to make them suitable for positions within the industry, before the real ‘boom’ happens. Unlike the departing Fulfillment Industry, there isn’t as much scope for workers without relevant qualifications to pick up work. Outsourcing is already a touchy subject in Jersey, and the displaced ‘1000 workers’ that are set to join the unemployment lines when all the fulfillment/ online retail businesses leave, would not necessarily be instantly employable in the ICT industries. Where does this leave the economy? Although the investment by the States into developing Jersey into a Worldleading destination for ICT companies seems like a good proposition, it would be foolish to place all our eggs in this basket, figuratively speaking. Feel free to have your say; please email your thoughts and comments to letters@jerseyweekly.com

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Voting Form Best Christmas Window Display This year, the Parish of St Helier, together with Jersey Tourism, Channel 103 and in association with The Chamber of Commerce will be giving the public the chance to vote for your efforts in creating a colourful, eye-catching display, in keeping with the Christmas spirit. The winner will not necessarily be the biggest, or most expensive, but instead will focus on the most innovative and best use of available space. So ANY retailer in St Helier can win!

Name of the Business: ………………………………………………………

“A Christmas Present For Your School” The stickers you are looking for will be on display from the 1st December. Look around and find 10 stickers in the shop windows! Write down the shop names here.

Your School Name:……………………………………………………….. Voting will start on Thursday 1st December and run until Wednesday 21st December, with the winner being announced on Thursday 22nd December, at 6.30pm. All forms should be taken to Town Hall, Tourism or Channel 103 by the 20th December or vote online www.cbs4starservices.com/votingschool.php Best Christmas Window Display: The lucky retailer will win not only a trophy to display on their premises, but an amazing prize. The panel includes Connetable of St Helier Simon Crowcroft, Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce David Warr and Economic Development Department Minister Alan Maclean. Christmas Present for your School: The school which receives the most nominations will be the winner and will win a £250 cash prize, and some other additional amazing prizes.


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It’s that time of year again! Businesses in Jersey have been busy decorating their shop windows with festive displays and scenes of winter wonderlands for the Christmas Window Display Competition. This year, the Parish of St Helier, together with the Jersey Tourism, Channel 103 and in association with The Jersey Chamber of Commerce will be giving the public the chance to vote for your effort in the Christmas Spirit. How to vote

All retailers in Jersey were invited to take part in the Window Display Competition which opened on December 1st. But who will be crowned the winner?

• Fill out the form in this Jersey Weekly and drop to Jersey Tourism, St Helier Town Hall or Channel 103

This year the winner will be decided by a judging panel and public vote. The public are being encouraged to visit these local businesses and vote for their favorite display.

• There are voting forms within the stores of St Helier which can be dropped off to Jersey Tourism, St Helier Town Hall or Channel 103

The winner will not necessarily be the biggest, or most expensive, but instead will focus on the most innovative and best use of available space. The panel includes Connétable Simon Crowcroft, David Warr and the Minister of Economic Development.

• Text your selected shop to 07700 376001 • Use the QR CODE provided on the window stickers • Vote online, at either www.channel103.com or www.cbs4starservices.com

Voting has already begun and will run until Wednesday 21st December, with the winner being announced on Thursday 22nd December, at 6.30pm. The lucky retailer will win not only a trophy to display on their premises, but an amazing prize.

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The winning retailer will win a trophy, courtesy of Pearce the Jewellers, to proudly have on display for the next 12 months, and an amazing prize. The second competition is for schoolchildren. Hidden within these sparkling St Helier displays will be the Christmas Window Display sticker. All children have to do is pick up a voting form, state any ten shops which contain the stickers somewhere within their window display, and then nominate the name of their school. The winning school itself wins a £250 cash prize and some additional amazing goodies. This year is the first time that shoppers can help the judging panel by voting for their favourite window. If the shop window which you like best displays a poster indicating that they are taking part in the competition, simply vote by Thursday 22nd December. Many of the businesses in St Helier have been letting their imaginations run wild and have been working hard to get their windows and displays looking fantastic this Christmas. We encourage you to take a stroll around the shops to get a close up look at the festive displays and to vote for your favourite. Jersey Weekly spoke with Claire Bosq of www.cbs4starservices.com who is helping to organise the competition.

the success from the Jersey Customer Service, Simon Crowcroft has asked us to get involved into organising the competition to get the retailers more involved in the Christmas spirits. As you will see we are trying to get the kids involved and there will be a cash prize for the most nominations for that school. How many businesses do you expect to enter? Getting 200 stickers printed hopefully they will all go!! Do we know what the amazing prize is yet? The winner of the Window Competition will win a trophy, kindly sponsored by Pearce The Jewellers and also a trip to Guernsey with Blue Island and overnight stay at the Fairmain Hotel When and where is the winner announced? Thursday 22nd December @ 6.30pm for the ceremony in the Market. The winners of both these competitions will be announced by Channel 103’s Peter Mac during late-night shopping within the markets on Thursday 22nd December, at 6.30pm. The organisers invite everyone to come down, as there will be mulled wine and mince pies on offer, and a special markets Christmas theme for the evening.

Has this competition run before? They actually ran the competition last year, however the response wasn’t massive last year, so this is the first time we are doing it providing a number so people can vote by texting and a QR quote. After

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Issue 111, Friday, 16th 16th December 2011 Friday, December

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2011

TV GUIDE

6:00 Breakfast 9:15 Rip Off Britain 10:00 Homes Under the Hammer (R) 10:58 BBC News; Weather 11:00 Noise Squad 11:45 Cash in the Attic (R) 12:13 BBC News; Weather 12:15 Bargain Hunt (R) 1:00 BBC News; Weather 1:30 Regional News; Weather 1:45 Doctors 2:15 Only Fools and Horses 3:05 CBBC 5:15 Pointless (R) 6:00 BBC News; Weather 6:30 Spotlight; Weather 7:00 The One Show Chris Evans, Alex Jones and a team of roving reporters present topical stories from around the UK; BBC News 8:00 EastEnders Zainab realises she must get away from Yusef after he slaps her. 8:30 The Two Ronnies Sketchbook Ronnie Corbett and Ronnie Barker reminisce from behind the famous desk about their all-time favourite sketches, including Squash, Identical Dialogue Party and Real Water. 9:00 Have I Got News for You The Apprentice star Nick Hewer and comedian Jack Whitehall join regular team captains Ian Hislop and Paul Merton on the satirical current affairs quiz. Sue Perkins hosts. 9:30 Live at the Apollo Sarah Millican hosts the stand-up show. 10:00 BBC News 10:25 Regional News; Weather 10:35 The Graham Norton Show With Robert Downey Jr, Jude Law, Alesha Dixon, Eddie Izzard and Rebecca Ferguson. 11:20 The National Lottery Friday Night Draws Presented by Jeff Leach. 11:30 FILM: Millions (12) (2004) Comedy drama, starring Alex Etel. 1:00 Weatherview 1:05 Sign Zone: Fry’s Planet Word (R) 2:05 Sign Zone: MasterChef: The Professionals (R) 3:05 BBC News

6:00 CBeebies 7:00 CBBC 8:25 CBeebies 11:35 The Pink Panther Show (R) 12:00 Daily Politics 12:30 GMT with George Alagiah 1:00 Animal Park (R) 1:30 To Buy or Not to Buy (R) 2:15 Weakest Link 3:00 Escape to the Country (R) 3:45 Hairy Bikers’ Best of British 4:30 Flog It! (R) 5:15 Coast 6:00 Strictly Come Dancing – It Takes Two 7:00 The Culture Show This year’s cultural highlights, including interviews with David Sedaris, Tony Cragg and PJ Harvey, plus a look back at 2011’s best films with Mark Kermode. 8:00 Mastermind John Humphrys asks questions on the Life and Work of George Orwell, The West Wing, the Valley of the Kings and the Life of Francis Walsingham. 8:30 MasterChef the Professionals: Michel’s Classics Chef Michel Roux Jr prepares more classic French recipes, including poulet de Bresse cuit en vessie – chicken cooked in a pig’s bladder – and a chocolate and raspberry tart. 9:00 Stuffed: The Great British Christmas Dinner Documentary asking why the festive meal remains the nation’s last great traditional feast, and if it can continue to stand the test of time in an increasingly diverse society. 10:00 QI A compilation of highlights from the past series of the quiz, featuring celebrities including Dara O Briain, Jo Brand, David Mitchell and Jimmy Carr. Hosted by Stephen Fry. 10:30 Newsnight With Emily Maitlis. 11:00 The End of Year Review Show Kirsty Wark discusses the year’s cultural highlights with guests including Paul Morley and Natalie Haynes; Weather 12:05 FILM: Where the Truth Lies (18) (2005) Mystery, starring Kevin Bacon and Colin Firth. 1:45 The Culture Show (R) 2:45 BBC News 3:05 Close

5:30 ITV Morning News 6:00 Daybreak 8:30 Lorraine 9:25 The Jeremy Kyle Show 10:30 This Morning 12:30 Loose Women 1:30 ITV News 1:55 Channel News and Weather 2:00 May the Best House Win 3:00 Dickinson’s Real Deal 3:59 Channel Weather 4:00 Murder, She Wrote (R) 5:00 Best Dish: The Chefs 6:00 Channel Report; Weather 6:20 Report Sport 6:30 ITV News 6:59 Destination Report 7:00 Emmerdale Charity is furious when Cain names Jai as his attacker, and insists he is lying, while Val and Eric visit the baby. 7:30 Coronation Street Tracy fears the worst when she learns Steve and Becky are at a hotel together. Carla considers confessing to her affair with Peter as she discusses Frank’s trial with her solicitor. 8:00 Wild Britain with Ray Mears The survival expert revisits personal highlights. Last in the series. 8:30 Coronation Street Tracy is rushed to hospital after collapsing in pain at the hotel. 9:00 The Big Quiz – Coronation Street v Emmerdale The stars of the ITV1 soaps go head to head. Stephen Mulhern hosts. 10:00 ITV News at Ten 10:30 Channel News and Weather 10:35 FILM: Unforgiven (15) (1992) Two gunslingers help a bounty hunter kill a pair of cowboys who attacked a prostitute. Western, directed by and starring Clint Eastwood. 1:00 Countrywise (R) 1:25 Nightwatch with Steve Scott: Emergency (R) 2:15 Nightwatch with Steve Scott: Mystery; (R) ITV News Headlines 3:00 FILM: Columbo: Ashes to Ashes (PG) (1998) Detective drama, starring Peter Falk and Patrick McGoohan. 4:30 ITV Nightscreen

6:10 The Hoobs (R) 6:35 The Hoobs (R) 7:00 Freshly Squeezed 7:30 Everybody Loves Raymond (R) 7:55 Everybody Loves Raymond (R) 8:25 Frasier (R) 8:55 Undercover Boss Australia 9:55 Kirstie and Phil’s Perfect Christmas (R) 10:55 A SuperScrimpers Christmas (R) 12:00 Drop Down Menu 1:15 FILM: Miracle on 34th Street (U) (1947) Drama, starring Edmund Gwenn. 3:10 Countdown 4:00 Deal or No Deal 5:00 Christmas Coach Trip 5:30 Come Dine with Me 6:00 The Simpsons (R) 6:30 Hollyoaks 7:00 Channel 4 News 7:55 4thought.tv A secularist argues religion is a private matter that should be expressed at home or in a place of worship. 8:00 Come Dine with Me Customer service adviser Mandy Fincher, “professional layabout” John Harrington, actor Simon Blood DeVay and accountant Sarah Haines host dinner parties in Herefordshire. 9:00 British Comedy Awards 2011 Jonathan Ross hosts the annual ceremony. 11:10 Chris Moyles’ Quiz Night Singer and actor John Barrowman, comedian Jimmy Carr and pop star Pixie Lott compete in the general knowledge quiz hosted by the Radio 1 DJ, answering questions from famous faces. 11:55 Sean Lock: Lockipedia Live The comedian’s show at London’s Hammersmith Apollo in 2010. (R) 1:00 Music on 4: The Crush 1:55 Random Acts 2:00 Comedy Lab: The Warm-Up Guy 2:25 My Name Is Earl (R) 2:50 My Name Is Earl (R) 3:10 Happy Endings 3:35 St Elsewhere (R) 4:25 Brothers & Sisters (R) 5:10 Countdown (R)

6:00 Milkshake! 9:10 Mickey Mouse: Have a Laugh 9:15 The Wright Stuff 11:10 LIVE with Gabby 12:10 5 News Lunchtime 12:15 Law & Order (R) 1:15 Home and Away 1:45 Neighbours 2:15 Chinese Food in Minutes (R) 2:25 CSI: NY (R) 3:20 FILM: Single Santa Seeks Mrs Claus (PG) (2004) Comedy, starring Crystal Bernard. 5:00 5 News at 5 5:30 Neighbours (R) 6:00 Home and Away (R) 6:25 OK! TV 6:55 Cars Toons 7:00 5 News at 7 7:30 Fifth Gear Vicki Butler-Henderson drives the new BMW M5 in France, Jonny Smith tests Seat’s Mii city car around Barcelona and the team subjects the Mercedes G-Class to an off-road course; 5 News Update 8:00 Ice Road Truckers: Deadliest Roads Lisa Kelly and Dave Redmon race to escape a snowstorm, but hordes of pedestrians at the top of the treacherous Rohtang Pass slow them down and they end up having to night-drive; 5 News at 9 9:00 FILM: Speed (15) (1994) A cop tries to save the passengers on a bus that is wired to explode if it goes below 50mph. Action thriller, starring Keanu Reeves, Sandra Bullock, Dennis Hopper and Jeff Daniels. 11:25 Comedy Kings: Best of Just for Laughs Dara O Briain, Jack Whitehall and Louis CK perform in front of audiences at Montreal’s renowned Just for Laughs festival. 11:55 Inside Hollywood Magazine show, with location reports, showbusiness news and views from behind the scenes in Tinseltown. 12:00 SuperCasino 4:05 Motorsport Mundial 4:30 Fifth Gear (R) 4:55 County Secrets (R) 5:10 HouseBusters (R) 5:35 HouseBusters (R)

7:00 Top Gear USA 7:45 Merlin 8:30 World’s Craziest Fools 9:00 Him & Her 9:30 Russell Howard’s Good News Highlights from the past seven shows. Last in the series. 10:00 EastEnders 10:30 Family Guy 11:15 American Dad! 12:00 Mongrels 12:30 Russell Howard’s Good News 1:00 Him & Her 1:30 World’s Craziest Fools 2:00 Skin Deep: The Business of Beauty 2:30 Hot Like Us 3:30 The World’s Strictest Parents Changed My Life 4:30 Mongrels 5:00 Close

7:00 World News Today; Weather 7:30 Transatlantic Sessions 8:00 Still Ringing After All These Years: A Short History of Bells 9:00 Tony Bennett’s 85th Birthday Concert A performance recorded at the London Palladium. 10:00 Tony Bennett: An American Classic 10:45 The Swing Thing 12:15 Tony Bennett’s 85th Birthday Concert 1:15 Tony Bennett: An American Classic 2:00 The Swing Thing 3:30 Still Ringing After All These Years: A Short History of Bells 4:30 Close

6:00 Drama Trails 6:10 Film File 6:15 On the Buses 6:45 Heartbeat 7:45 Dickinson’s Real Deal 8:45 Father Dowling Mysteries 9:45 Ironside 10:50 Sherlock Holmes 1:00 Heartbeat 2:00 Pie in the Sky 3:05 Father Dowling Mysteries 4:05 The Lakes 5:10 On the Buses 5:40 Heartbeat 6:45 Pie in the Sky 7:55 Agatha Christie’s Poirot 9:00 DCI Banks: Aftermath 11:05 Murder in Suburbia 12:05 Agatha Christie’s Poirot 1:05 Sherlock Holmes 2:55 Film File 3:05 Nightscreen 3:40 Emmerdale

6:00 The Force 6:15 The Professionals 7:05 Police Stop! 7:55 The Saint 8:45 The Fall Guy 9:45 Batman 10:45 Professionals 11:50 Force 12:15 Police, Camera, Action! 12:45 Police Stop! 1:50 The Saint 2:50 The Fall Guy 3:50 Batman 4:55 The Professionals 6:00 UEFA Europa League Highlights 7:00 Imploders 8:00 Nature’s Fury: Monsoon 9:00 Gazza Uncut: Piers Morgan’s Life Stories 10:30 Film: Casino Royale (12) (2006) 1:10 Film: The Great Northfield Minnesota Raid (PG) (1972) 3:00 Teleshopping

6:00 Brainiac 7:00 The Zoo UK 8:00 It’s Me or the Dog 9:00 Nothing to Declare 10:00 Medical Emergency 11:00 Bondi Vet 12:00 UK Border Force 2:00 It’s Me or the Dog 3:00 Medical Emergency 4:00 Nothing to Declare 5:00 Real Filth Fighters 6:00 Road Wars 7:00 The Real A&E 8:00 Nothing to Declare 9:00 Emergency with Angela Griffin 10:00 Cop Squad 11:00 Brit Cops 1:00 Real Filth Fighters 1:50 Luton Airport 2:40 Liza and Huey’s Pet Nation 3:30 BNP Wives 4:20 Wedding SOS 5:10 Guilty!

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Issue 111, Friday, 16th December 2011 Friday, 16th December

2011

Friday 16th

TV GUIDE

Pick of the Day 6:00 Dream Lives for Sale (R) 7:00 Brainiac: Science Abuse (R) 8:00 Stargate SG-1 (R) 9:00 Stargate SG-1 (R) 10:00 NCIS: Los Angeles (R) 11:00 NCIS: Los Angeles (R) 12:00 Modern Family (R) 12:30 Modern Family (R) 1:00 House (R) 2:00 House (R) 3:00 Stargate SG-1 (R) 4:00 Stargate SG-1 (R) 5:00 Futurama (R) 5:30 Futurama (R) 6:00 A League of Their Own (R) 6:30 The Simpsons (R) 7:00 The Simpsons Marge’s aggressive new driving habits catch the eye of Chief Wiggum. (R) 7:30 The Simpsons Bart plays a prank on Mrs Krabappel, but it backfires and results in her being fired – leaving him feeling so guilty that he resolves to do everything he can to get her reinstated. (R) 8:00 Futurama Fry is wrongly convicted of bank robbery. (R) 8:30 The Simpsons The family spends Christmas on a ranch. 9:00 An Idiot Abroad Karl Pilkington’s journey continues in Egypt, where he tastes local delicacies including rabbit meat, and takes a boat ride down the Nile, before visiting the pyramids. (R) 10:00 A League of Their Own With Gabby Logan and Stacey Solomon. Last in the series. 11:00 The Cafe Sarah reveals the outcome of her meeting with an agent. (R) 11:30 Wall of Fame With Billie Piper and Sally Bercow. (R) 12:00 Cop Squad (R) 1:00 Armed and Dangerous: Ultimate Forces (R) 1:50 NCIS: Los Angeles (R) 2:40 Mental (R) 3:30 Mental (R) 4:20 Fat Pets, Fat Owners (R) 4:45 Fat Pets, Fat Owners (R) 5:10 Bill Bailey’s Birdwatching Bonanza (R)

6:00 Coronation Street (R) 6:25 Emmerdale (R) 6:50 Emmerdale (R) 7:15 Pushing Daisies (R) 8:05 Judge Judy (R) 9:25 Beauty and the Geek (R) 10:30 Judge Judy (R) 12:00 Coronation Street (R) 12:30 Emmerdale (R) 1:00 Emmerdale (R) 1:30 The Jeremy Kyle Show (R) 2:35 The Jeremy Kyle Show (R) 3:40 Beauty and the Geek (R) 4:40 Loose Women (R) 5:40 Judge Judy (R) 7:00 The Cube A martial arts expert and a forklift truck driver take part, aiming to complete tasks within the confines of the cube to win a jackpot of £250,000. Hosted by Phillip Schofield. (R) 8:00 The Xtra Factor: Caroline and Olly’s Best and Worst The high and low points of the eighth series of The X Factor conclude with Xtra Factor hosts Caroline Flack and Olly Murs picking their most memorable moments. Last in the series. 9:00 The X Factor USA Steve Jones reveals how the American public has voted as the results of the performance round are announced and one act is eliminated and misses out on next week’s final. 10:00 Amy Winehouse: Her Life and Legacy A tribute to singer Amy Winehouse and her music, celebrating her legacy and exploring the influence that her turbulent life had on her songwriting. (R) 11:00 Perez Hilton Superfan: Katy Perry Gossip blogger Perez Hilton spends time with singer and actress Katy Perry. (R) 12:00 Coronation Street (R) 12:30 Coronation Street (R) 1:00 Emmerdale (R) 1:30 Teleshopping 3:00 The Black Donnellys (R) 3:45 The Black Donnellys (R) 4:30 Gossip Girl (R) 5:15 Gossip Girl (R) 5:50 ITV2 Nightscreen

6:00 One Tree Hill (R) 6:45 Ugly Betty (R) 7:35 Wildfire (R) 8:25 One Tree Hill (R) 9:20 Gilmore Girls (R) 10:15 Ugly Betty (R) 11:10 Desperate Housewives (R) 12:05 Greek 1:05 Scrubs (R) 1:35 Scrubs (R) 2:10 Hollyoaks (R) 2:40 Gilmore Girls (R) 3:40 Desperate Housewives (R) 4:35 Rules of Engagement (R) 5:00 Scrubs (R) 5:30 Scrubs (R) 6:00 The Big Bang Theory (R) 6:30 The Big Bang Theory (R) 7:00 Hollyoaks Brendan and Mitzeee continue to plot against Warren, Mercedes tries to rekindle her relationship with Riley, and the arrival of an attractive stranger sets pulses racing. 7:30 How I Met Your Mother Don asks Robin to move in with him, prompting Ted and Barney to try to win her back. Meanwhile, Lily and Marshall start sleeping in separate beds. (R) 8:00 Desperate Scousewives Gill plans to celebrate her 30th birthday with a party, but the men in her life have a surprise for her. Meanwhile, Danny struggles with the aftermath of trying to romance Debbie. (R) 9:00 World’s Greatest Body Shockers Comedian Tom Allen presents some of the most shocking body transformations ever seen, from tattoo-obsessed stars to fans of extreme body modification. 11:05 British Comedy Awards: Live Lock In 12:10 The Big Bang Theory (R) 12:40 The Big Bang Theory (R) 1:05 Scrubs (R) 1:30 Scrubs (R) 2:00 How I Met Your Mother (R) 2:20 Gok’s Clothes Roadshow: Get the Look for Less (R) 3:15 Greek (R) 4:00 Rules of Engagement (R) 4:20 Wildfire (R) 5:05 Switched (R)

6:00 Premier League World 6:30 Live Asian Tour Golf The Thailand Golf Championship. 10:30 Golf 1:00 Ladies European Tour Golf 3:00 Premier League World 3:30 America’s Cup Uncovered 4:00 Ringside 5:00 Premier League World 5:30 Football League Weekend 6:30 Premier League Preview 7:00 Live Darts The 2012 PDC World Championship. Day two of the tournament at Alexandra Palace in London. 11:30 Super Six Final Countdown 12:00 Take It Like a Fan 12:30 Premier League Preview 1:00 Football League Weekend 2:00 European Cup Rugby Union 4:30 Football League Weekend 5:30 Live Asian Tour Golf The Thailand Golf Championship.

6:00 The X Files 7:00 Star Trek: Voyager 8:00 Star Trek: Enterprise 9:00 ER 11:00 The X Files 12:00 Star Trek: Voyager 1:00 Star Trek: Enterprise 2:00 ER 4:00 Star Trek: Enterprise 5:00 Star Trek: Voyager 6:00 ER 8:00 Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations 9:00 Big Love New series. The Henricksons face the consequences of Bill’s actions. 10:20 In Treatment 12:30 Bored to Death 1:05 The Sopranos 2:20 Big Love 3:40 The Life and Times of Tim 4:10 Blue Bloods 5:10 The X Files

6:00 Teleshopping 1:00 Police Interceptors 2:00 Build a New Life in the Country 3:00 Neighbours 3:30 Home and Away 4:00 Better with You 4:30 Malcolm in the Middle 5:00 Chuck 6:00 Malcolm in the Middle 6:25 5* Access 6:30 Home and Away 7:00 Neighbours 7:35 Malcolm in the Middle 8:00 Alphas 9:00 Film: It Could Happen to You (PG) (1994) Romantic comedy, with Nicolas Cage and Bridget Fonda. 11:05 Sex and the City 11:50 5* Access 12:00 Teleshopping

6:00 Teleshopping 12:00 Inside Hollywood 12:10 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 1:10 Film: Robin Cook’s Terminal (15) (1996) Thriller, starring Doug Savant. 3:00 Law & Order 4:00 Film: Mr and Mrs Loving (12) (1996) Drama, with Timothy Hutton. 6:00 Law & Order 6:55 Inside Hollywood 7:00 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 8:00 CSI: NY 8:55 Inside Hollywood 9:00 Film: Timecop (18) (1994) 11:00 Film: Komodo (15) (1999) 12:45 Inside Hollywood 1:00 SuperCasino 4:00 Close

7:05 Dragons’ Den 8:00 TOTP2 9:00 Top Gear 10:00 Helicopter Heroes 10:40 Dragons’ Den 12:00 Top Gear 2:00 Ray Mears’ Extreme Survival 3:00 Dragons’ Den 4:00 Top Gear 6:00 Helicopter Heroes 6:40 Dragons’ Den Ideas include a traffic-sign upgrade business. 8:00 Top Gear Sienna Miller is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car. 9:00 Mock the Week 10:20 Shameless 11:25 Dave’s One Night Stand 12:30 Mock the Week 1:40 Argumental 2:30 Speeders 3:00 Close

6:00 Sports Fans 8:00 Premier League World 8:25 Live Test Cricket 4:00 NFL 5:00 Powerboating 5:30 Super Six Final Countdown 6:00 ISAF World Sailing Championship 6:30 Tight Lines 7:30 Live European Cup Rugby Union 10:00 Take It Like a Fan 10:30 Super Six Final Countdown 11:00 Football 12:00 NFL 1:00 Golf 2:00 Golf 3:00 Ladies European Tour Golf 4:00 Take It Like a Fan 4:30 ISAF World Sailing Championship 5:00 Ice Hockey

6:00 WWE: Raw 9:00 Ringside 10:00 Darts 2:30 Kings of the Snow 3:00 WWE Special 4:00 WWE: Raw 7:00 Asian Tour Golf 8:00 Golf The Australian Masters. Highlights of the second day of the event at the Victoria Golf Club in Melbourne. 9:00 Ladies European Tour Golf The Dubai Ladies Masters. Action from the third day of the final event of the 2011 tour, held at the Emirates Golf Club in the United Arab Emirates. 10:00 WWE: Late Night – Smackdown 12:00 WWE: Late Night – Bottom Line 1:00 Test Cricket 3:00 NFL: Total Access 4:00 NFL

The Graham Norton Show 10.35pm on BBC one The host welcomes Robert Downey Jr and Jude Law, stars of new film Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows. Alesha Dixon chats about the show, comedian Eddie Izzard drops by, and 2010 X Factor runnerup Rebecca Ferguson performs Nothing’s Real But Love.

The Big Quiz - Coronation Street v Emmerdale 9.00pm on itv1 Stephen Mulhern hosts a oneoff quiz in which cast members from the ITV1 soaps battle it out to be crowned Soap Champions 2011. Two teams of four from the Street and the Dales are put to the test, as well as some of the funniest and most memorable moments from both shows.

British Comedy Awards 2011 9.00pm on Channel 4 Jonathan Ross hosts the annual ceremony that celebrates the country’s greatest comic talent, with a host of stars dishing out the prestigious accolades.

11:00 Cheaper By the Dozen (U) (1950) 12:40 Shane (PG) (1953) Western, with Alan Ladd. 3:00 Singin’ in the Rain (U) (1952) Musical, starring Gene Kelly. 5:05 Whisper of the Heart (U) (1995) Animation, with the voice of Youko Honna. 7:20 Zoolander (12) (2001) Comedy, with Ben Stiller. 9:00 Knowing (15) (2009) Mystery, starring Nicolas Cage. 11:20 Dead Man’s Shoes (18) (2004) Thriller, starring Paddy Considine. 1:05 Withnail & I (15) (1986) Comedy, with Richard E Grant. 3:30 Close

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Issue 111, Friday, 16th December 2011 Saturday, 17th December

Saturday 17th

2011

TV GUIDE

6:00 Breakfast 10:00 Saturday Kitchen Live 11:30 Home Cooking Made Easy (R) 12:00 BBC News; Regional News and Weather 12:15 Football Focus 1:00 British Olympic Dreams 1:30 Equestrian 2:25 Bargain Hunt Famous Finds (R) 2:55 FILM: Who Framed Roger Rabbit (PG) (1988) Comedy mixing live action and animation, starring Bob Hoskins. 4:30 Final Score 5:10 BBC News; Regional News and Weather 5:30 A Question of Sport (R) 6:00 Winter Wipeout 7:00 Strictly Come Dancing Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly host the grand final live from the Blackpool Tower Ballroom. 8:10 Merlin Part one of two. Morgana and her army close in around Camelot, and when she strikes, the ferocity of her attack forces everyone to run for their lives – even Arthur. 8:55 The National Lottery Saturday Night Draws OJ Borg presents the all-important Lotto and Thunderball draws, along with the Lotto Plus 5 results. 9:05 Strictly Come Dancing Final – The Results Live from the Blackpool Tower Ballroom, the remaining couples dance again, before the Strictly Come Dancing 2011 champions are revealed. Jessie J also performs. Last in the series. 10:15 BBC News; Weather 10:30 Match of the Day Gary Lineker presents highlights of today’s Premier League clashes, including Newcastle United v Swansea City and Wolverhampton Wanderers v Stoke City; National Lottery Update 11:55 The Football League Show Highlights of today’s games in the Championship, League One and League Two. 1:10 FILM: Bat*21 (18) (1988) Vietnam War drama, starring Gene Hackman. 2:50 Weatherview 2:55 BBC News

6:00 CBeebies 7:00 CBBC 11:45 FILM: The Preacher’s Wife (U) (1996) Romantic fantasy remake, starring Whitney Houston. 1:40 FILM: Splash! (PG) (1984) Romantic fantasy comedy, with Tom Hanks and Daryl Hannah. 3:25 Flog It! The team visits Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria. 4:25 One Man and His Dog Conclusion. Sheepdog trials in the grounds of Balmoral Castle. 5:05 FILM: Triple Cross (PG) (1966) Second World War spy adventure, with Christopher Plummer. 7:05 Top Gear Festive special from 2008 in which Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May embark on one of the most spectacular road trips they have ever attempted. Arriving in Vietnam, they are challenged to travel the entire length of the country in just eight days. First they must buy suitable transport for the journey, and despite having several million Dong in their pockets, this proves more difficult than they expected, especially in one of the most expensive car markets in the world. (R) 8:20 Dad’s Army Frazer is unable to hide his delight when Captain Mainwaring’s disreputable brother gatecrashes a sherry party for local dignitaries. (R) 9:00 FILM: Defiance (15) (2008) Premiere. Three Jewish brothers escape into the woods during the 1939 Nazi invasion of Poland, and begin making a series of guerrilla attacks on German forces. Second World War drama, starring Daniel Craig, Liev Schreiber and Jamie Bell. 11:05 Top of the Pops 2: Christmas Special 2010 Mark Radcliffe presents a selection of festive archive performances by Slade, the Pogues, Elton John, Take That, Coldplay and Abba. (R) 12:35 FILM: The Gorgon (15) (1964) Hammer horror, starring Peter Cushing. 1:55 BBC News 2:40 Close

5:30 ITV Morning News 6:00 CITV 9:25 Coronation Street 11:45 This Morning: Saturday 12:40 ITV News; Weather 12:45 Countrywise Kitchen: Stocking the Winter Larder Paul Heiney and Mike Robinson celebrate winter in the kitchen. (R) 1:15 FILM: About a Boy (12) (2002) Romantic comedy, starring Hugh Grant and Toni Collette. 3:10 FILM: Death Becomes Her (PG) (1992) Black comedy fantasy, starring Goldie Hawn and Meryl Streep. 5:00 Puffin’s Pla(i)ce Birthday greetings. 5:05 Channel News; Weather 5:15 ITV News 5:35 New You’ve Been Framed: The Next Generation Comical clips featuring children. 6:35 FILM: Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (12) (2007) The wizard unites his fellow pupils into a secret army to battle the resurrected Lord Voldemort. Fantasy adventure sequel, starring Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Gary Oldman. 9:05 Westlife: For the Last Time Christine Bleakley joins Kian, Mark, Nicky and Shane for a farewell special ahead of the band’s break-up next year, featuring greatest hits, archive footage and interviews. 10:05 FILM: The Boat That Rocked (15) (2009) Premiere. An offshore pirate radio station entertains 1960s Britain but outrages the authorities. Comedy, with Bill Nighy and Rhys Ifan. 11:10 ITV News 11:24 Channel Islands Weather Summary 11:25 FILM: The Boat That Rocked (15) (2009) Premiere. Concluded. 12:50 Countrywise (R) 1:15 Nightwatch with Steve Scott: Crime (R) 2:05 Nightwatch with Steve Scott: Mystery; (R) ITV News Headlines 3:00 Kojak (R) 3:55 ITV Nightscreen

5:55 Sali Mali (R) 6:00 Sali Mali (R) 6:05 The Hoobs (R) 6:30 The Hoobs (R) 6:55 Channel 4 Presents – Oscar Pistorius “Head Strong” (R) 7:00 Sailing (R) 7:25 The MedCup 2011 7:55 The Morning Line 8:55 T4: The Hollyoaks Music Show: Christmas Special 9:55 T4: T4 Stars of 2011: The Unseen Bits 10:45 T4: Sunday Brunch: Saturday Starter 11:05 T4: Real Stories: Jennifer Lopez 12:10 T4: The Big Bang Theory Priya finds a loophole in the room-mate agreement. (R) 12:45 T4: The Big Bang Theory (R) 1:15 T4: The Simpsons Homer starts a snowplough business. (R) 1:50 Channel 4 Racing Live coverage from Ascot and Haydock Park. 3:50 Come Dine with Me (R) 4:20 Come Dine with Me (R) 4:50 Come Dine with Me (R) 5:25 Come Dine with Me (R) 5:55 Come Dine with Me (R) 6:25 Channel 4 News 6:55 4thought.tv 7:00 100 Greatest Toys with Jonathan Ross A countdown of the nation’s favourite games, gadgets and playthings, as inventors and toy-makers tell the inside stories of their creations and successes. (R) 10:00 Catherine Tate: Laughing at the Noughties The actress looks back at the decade’s comedy. 12:05 FILM: The Omen (15) (1976) A series of unusual deaths alerts an American diplomat to the possibility that the child he secretly adopted is the son of the Devil. Horror, starring Gregory Peck and Lee Remick. 2:10 FILM: The Rocker (12) (2008) Premiere. Comedy, starring Rainn Wilson. 3:50 St Elsewhere (R) 4:40 Brothers & Sisters (R) 5:25 Countdown (R)

6:00 Milkshake! 10:00 Disney’s 12 Days of Christmas: Winnie the Pooh – Climb a Tree 10:05 Animal Rescue Squad (R) 10:25 Justin Bieber: The Making of Under the Mistletoe 10:45 The Gadget Show (R) 11:45 FILM: Eloise at the Plaza (PG) (2003) Premiere. Children’s adventure, starring Julie Andrews. 1:30 Disney’s 12 Days of Christmas: The Art of Skiing 1:35 FILM: Snow (PG) (2004) Premiere. Christmas comedy, starring Tom Cavanagh. 3:25 FILM: Mrs Miracle (PG) (2009) Family drama, starring Doris Roberts. 5:15 FILM: A Christmas Carol (PG) (1999) Dickens’ classic ghost story, starring Patrick Stewart. 7:15 5 News Weekend 7:20 NCIS As Christmas approaches, the team works overtime to solve a robbery – a case made doubly difficult by the fact that the prime suspect has supposedly been dead for 17 years. (R) 8:10 NCIS A Marine is found murdered in woodlands after changing his religious persuasion, and the detectives believe he could have been the victim of a hate crime. (R) 9:10 The Mentalist The CBI investigates the murder of a Santa Claus impersonator, and Patrick discovers he is a suspect in the death of a cop-killer who was set on fire while in police custody. (R) 10:00 CSI: NY Stella and Danny investigate the murder of a promising figure-skater. (R) 10:55 CSI: NY The murder of a former drug addict uncovers an insurance racket worth millions of dollars. (R) 11:50 Inside Hollywood Magazine show. 12:00 SuperCasino 3:55 Great Artists (R) 4:20 Divine Designs (R) 4:50 County Secrets (R) 5:00 Hana’s Helpline (R) 5:10 The Milkshake! Show (R) 5:35 Thomas & Friends (R) 5:45 Roary the Racing Car (R)

7:00 Doctor Who 8:15 Wallace & Gromit’s Cracking Contraptions 8:20 Wallace & Gromit: The Wrong Trousers Oscar-winning animation, with the voice of Peter Sallis. 8:55 Film: Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas (PG) (1993) Stop-motion animated fantasy, with the voice of Chris Sarandon. 10:05 Russell Howard’s Good News Extra 10:50 Family Guy 11:35 American Dad! 1:05 Russell Howard’s Good News Extra 1:50 Lee Nelson’s Well Good Show 4:50 Him & Her 5:15 Close

7:00 Sacred Music: A Christmas History The evolution of Christmas music. 8:00 Timeshift: Of Ice and Men Mankind’s fascination with the frozen continent of Antarctica. 9:00 The Killing II 11:00 Film: American: The Bill Hicks Story (15) (2010) Documentary about the controversial comedian. 12:45 The Slap Richie struggles to cope with keeping Connie’s secret. Last in the series. 1:40 Top of the Pops: 1976 2:10 Tony Bennett’s 85th Birthday Concert 3:10 Timeshift: Of Ice and Men 4:10 Close

6:00 Film File 6:10 Ironside 7:10 Upstairs, Downstairs 9:20 Agatha Christie’s Poirot 10:35 Film: The Towering Inferno (15) (1974) 1:45 Agatha Christie’s Poirot 4:05 Film: Agatha Christie’s Thirteen at Dinner (U) (1985) 5:55 Lewis 8:00 Doc Martin 9:00 Foyle’s War 11:00 Murder in Suburbia 12:10 Film: Sherlock Holmes: Hands of a Murderer (PG) (1990) Drama, starring Edward Woodward. 1:50 On the Buses 2:15 Terry and June 2:45 ITV3 Nightscreen 3:00 Teleshopping

6:00 The Professionals 6:50 The Sweeney 7:55 Motorsport UK 8:55 The Force 9:20 The Sweeney 10:25 The Professionals 11:25 Imploders 12:30 Film: Casino Royale (PG) (1967) 3:10 Film: The Alamo (PG) (1960) 6:10 Film: Rio Bravo (U) (1959) Western, with John Wayne and Dean Martin. 9:00 Film: The Dirty Dozen (15) (1967) Second World War action adventure, with Lee Marvin. 12:00 Film: Boogie Nights (18) (1997) Adult drama, starring Mark Wahlberg. 3:00 Teleshopping

6:00 Airline 8:00 Brainiac 9:00 35mm 9:30 London Ambulance 10:00 Bondi Vet 12:00 Customs 1:00 Medical Emergency 1:30 Nothing to Declare 4:00 Real Filth Fighters 5:00 Best of Oops TV 6:00 Emergency with Angela Griffin 7:00 Sun, Sea and A&E 8:00 Customs 9:00 Film: Blood Monkey (15) (2006) 10:45 Night Cops 11:45 Sin Cities 12:15 Road Wars 12:45 Boozed Up Brits Abroad 1:45 So You Think You’re Safe at Christmas? 2:40 Kim’s Rude Awakening 3:05 Guilty! 3:55 New Parent Nightmares 4:20 Body Language Secrets 5:10 Crash Test Dummies

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2011

Saturday 17th

TV GUIDE

Pick of the Day 6:00 A Different Breed (R) 7:00 Vet Adventures (R) 8:00 The Great Treehouse Challenge (R) 9:00 WWE Superstars 10:00 Soccer AM 12:00 35mm 12:30 Glenn Martin, DDS (R) 1:00 Glenn Martin, DDS (R) 1:30 Oops TV (R) 2:00 Futurama (R) 3:50 Modern Family: Sofia Vergara Interview 4:00 Emergency with Angela Griffin (R) 5:00 Noel’s Christmas Presents Re-Opened (R) 6:00 The Simpsons (R) 6:30 The Simpsons (R) 7:00 Futurama Fry makes a deal with the Robot Devil a bid to win Leela’s affections. (R) 7:30 Futurama Bender flushes Nibbler down the toilet in a jealous rage, so Professor Farnsworth fits the robot with an empathy chip that forces him to experience the same emotions as Leela. (R) 8:00 Futurama Robot-maker Mom decides to make Mother’s Day special by taking over the world. (R) 8:30 Futurama Fry, Leela and Bender find out what would happen if their fondest wishes were granted. (R) 9:00 FILM: The Devil’s Own (15) (1997) A New York cop takes in an Irish lodger, only to discover his boarder is an IRA gunman on a mission to ship missiles back to Ireland. Thriller, starring Harrison Ford and Brad Pitt. 11:10 Inside Gatwick A behind-thescenes look at two British Airways aeroplanes based at the London airport, revealing what day-to-day life is like for the on-board staff. Last in the series. (R) 12:10 Night Cops (R) 1:10 Road Wars (R) 2:05 Caprica (R) 3:00 NCIS: Los Angeles (R) 3:50 NCIS: Los Angeles (R) 4:45 It’s Me or the Dog (R) 5:10 Sell Me the Answer (R)

6:00 Emmerdale 8:30 Black Eyed Peas: The Hot Desk (R) 8:40 Nanny 911 (R) 9:35 Holiday Showdown (R) 10:30 The X Factor USA (R) 12:00 The X Factor USA The results of the performance round are announced. (R) 1:00 The Cube A hairdresser and a youth worker take up the challenge. (R) 2:00 All Star Family Fortunes (R) 3:00 The Xtra Factor: Caroline and Olly’s Best and Worst (R) 4:00 The Xtra Factor: Kelly’s Best and Worst (R) 5:00 The Xtra Factor: Louis’ Best and Worst (R) 6:00 The Xtra Factor: Tulisa’s Best and Worst Tulisa Contostavlos picks her most memorable moments from The X Factor. (R) 7:00 The Xtra Factor: Gary’s Best and Worst In the first of five episodes featuring the high and low points of the eighth series of The X Factor, judge Gary Barlow picks his most memorable moments. (R) 8:00 The Xtra Factor: Winner’s Story 2011 Olly Murs and Caroline Flack take a look at the story of the 2011 X Factor winner, from their first audition to the final and beyond. 9:00 FILM: Forgetting Sarah Marshall (15) (2008) A jilted man takes a trip to Hawaii, only to find his ex and her new boyfriend are staying at the same resort. Romantic comedy, with Jason Segel, Kristen Bell and Russell Brand. 11:15 Amy Winehouse: Her Life and Legacy A tribute to singer Amy Winehouse and her music, celebrating her legacy and exploring the influence that her turbulent life had on her songwriting. (R) 12:15 Peter Andre: My Life (R) 1:15 Life’s Funniest Moments (R) 1:40 The Planet’s Funniest Animals (R) 2:05 Teleshopping 5:05 Gossip Girl (R) 5:50 ITV2 Nightscreen

6:00 Supernanny USA (R) 6:50 How to Look Good Naked (R) 7:50 Wife Swap USA (R) 8:50 Great British Hairdresser (R) 9:55 Great British Hairdresser (R) 10:55 Wife Swap USA (R) 11:55 Supernanny USA (R) 12:55 Hollyoaks Omnibus. 3:25 Desperate Scousewives (R) 4:30 FILM: Scrooged (PG) (1988) Christmas comedy, starring Bill Murray. 6:30 The Big Bang Theory (R) 7:00 The Big Bang Theory Leonard sees Penny with another man and decides to cut his losses by going back to fellow scientist Leslie Winkle – a move that upsets Sheldon. Starring Johnny Galecki. (R) 7:30 Happy Endings Alex’s store becomes popular among teenage girls, and Jane goes in search of an 11-year-old daughter she thinks is the result of the egg she donated in college. (R) 8:00 How I Met Your Mother Barney and Nora’s romantic evening is ruined by a series of chaotic events, and the gang realises everyone’s partners bear some resemblance to their parents. (R) 8:30 The Big Bang Theory Amy is disappointed to discover Penny and Bernadette went shopping for bridesmaids dresses without her. Comedy, starring Kaley Cuoco. (R) 9:00 FILM: Die Hard 4.0 (15) (2007) Tough cop John McClane goes on the trail of a criminal mastermind plotting a technological terror attack on America. Action thriller sequel, with Bruce Willis and Timothy Olyphant. 11:30 The Big Bang Theory Sheldon is forced to keep a secret when Penny tells him what happened on her first date with Leonard. Comedy, starring Johnny Galecki, Kaley Cuoco and Jim Parsons. (R) 12:00 The Big Bang Theory Leonard gets back together with Leslie Winkle. (R) 12:30 FILM: Hostage (15) (2005) Thriller, starring Bruce Willis. 2:25 My Name Is Earl (R) 2:45 The Cleveland Show (R) 3:10 The Cleveland Show (R) 3:30 Hollyoaks (R)

6:00 Live Asian Tour Golf The Thailand Golf Championship. 9:30 Golf 1:00 Live European Cup Rugby Union Leicester Tigers v Clermont Auvergne (Kick-off 1.30pm). 3:30 Live European Cup Rugby Union Gloucester v Connacht (Kick-off 3.40pm). 5:45 Live European Cup Rugby Union Leinster v Bath (Kick-off 6.00pm). All the action from the Pool Three clash at the Aviva Stadium. 8:00 Live Darts The 2012 PDC World Championship. Further coverage of the evening session from day three of the tournament at Alexandra Palace in London. 11:30 Road to London 12:00 Live International Fight Night Carl Froch v Andre Ward. 4:00 Road to London 4:30 Wild Spirits 5:00 ISAF World Sailing Championship 5:30 Take It Like a Fan

6:00 Inside the Actors Studio 10:00 Star Trek: Enterprise 3:00 ER 8:00 The Devil’s Dinner Party 9:00 Boardwalk Empire Nucky tries to prepare Margaret for the worst as she panics about the consequences of her sins – while federal prosecutor Esther Randolph gets ready to make her move. 10:15 In Treatment 11:25 Bored to Death 12:00 Enlightened 12:35 Hung 1:10 Game of Thrones 2:25 Boardwalk Empire 3:40 The Devil’s Dinner Party 4:40 The Life and Times of Tim 5:10 Inside the Actors Studio

6:00 Teleshopping 1:00 Home and Away 3:20 Film: Prince Charming (PG) (2001) Fairy-tale fantasy, starring Sean Maguire. 5:05 Film: Mrs Doubtfire (PG) (1993) A divorced actor disguises himself as an ageing female Scottish housekeeper to get a job looking after his own children. Comedy, with Robin Williams, Sally Field and Pierce Brosnan. 7:30 Police Interceptors 11:00 Sex and the City Carrie and Berger enjoy some steamy public foreplay. 11:40 Generation Sex 12:00 Teleshopping

6:00 Teleshopping 12:00 Film: Zulu Dawn (PG) (1979) Fact-based historical drama, starring Burt Lancaster. 2:20 NCIS 4:20 Film: Jet Pilot (U) (1957) Romantic adventure, starring John Wayne and Janet Leigh. 6:30 Film: Hellfighters (U) (1969) Adventure, starring John Wayne. 9:00 Film: Kiss of the Dragon (18) (2001) Martial arts adventure, starring Jet Li. 11:00 Human Target A man suspects his wife is a Russian spy. 12:00 True Justice 1:00 SuperCasino 4:00 Close

7:05 Top Gear 9:00 Film: The Lone Hand (U) (1953) 10:40 Trawlermen 11:40 Seaside Rescue 12:20 Top Gear 2:20 Film: The Lone Hand (U) (1953) 4:00 QI XL 5:00 Top Gear 6:00 Tribe 7:00 Trawlermen 8:00 QI XL With Sandi Toksvig, Ronni Ancona, Jack Dee and Alan Davies. 9:00 Film: The Big Lebowski (18) (1998) Comedy, starring Jeff Bridges. 11:20 QI XL 12:20 Film: The Big Lebowski (18) (1998) Coen brothers comedy, starring Jeff Bridges. 2:35 Star Stories 3:00 Close

6:00 Aerobics Oz Style 6:30 Ringside 7:30 Super Six Final Countdown 8:00 Football League Weekend 9:00 Premier League Preview 9:30 Take It Like a Fan 10:00 Soccer AM 12:00 Live Darts The 2012 PDC World Championship. 5:00 Live Saturday Night Football 7:30 You’re on Sky Sports! 8:25 Football First 10:15 Football First 11:45 Football First 1:15 Football First 2:45 Football First 4:15 Spanish Football 5:45 Sky Sports Classics

6:00 Trans World Sport 7:00 Tight Lines 8:00 NFL: America’s Game 9:00 WWE: Smackdown 11:00 WWE: Bottom Line 12:00 Take It Like a Fan 12:30 Super Six Final Countdown 1:00 Live Ladies European Tour Golf The Dubai Ladies Masters. 3:00 WWE Special 4:00 WWE: Smackdown 6:00 WWE TLC Preview 6:30 ISAF World Sailing Championship 6:55 Live Spanish Football 9:00 Live Spanish Football 11:00 WWE: Late Night – Superstars 12:00 WWE: NXT 1:00 Live NFL 4:30 Take It Like a Fan 5:00 WWE TLC Preview 5:30 Live Asian Tour Golf

One Man and His Dog 4.25pm on BBC TWO Conclusion. A special seasonal edition of sheepdog trials in the magnificent setting of the grounds of Balmoral Castle in Royal Deeside, featuring the singles round that will decide which of the National teams will be crowned 2011 champions.

Catherine Tate: Laughing at the Noughties 10.00pm on Channel 4 The actress looks back at the decade’s comedy, combining newsreel footage with humorous clips to contextualise the gags. Her journey provides new insight and revelations, and features contributions by Alan Carr, David Walliams, Lee Mack, Rob Brydon and Ross Noble.

CSI: NY 10.00pm on Channel 5 Mac is called to the home of a deaf family, where a woman has been shot and killed, while Stella and Danny investigate the murder of a promising figure-skater.

11:00 The History of Mr Polly (U) (1949) 1:00 Bride Wars (12) (2008) 2:40 Saboteur (PG) (1942) 4:50 The Cat Returns (U) (2002) 6:25 Star Trek: The Motion Picture (PG) (1979) Sci-fi adventure, starring William Shatner. 9:00 Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (12) (1982) Sci-fi adventure sequel, starring William Shatner. 11:10 Star Trek III: The Search for Spock (PG) (1984) Sci-fi sequel, with William Shatner. 1:10 The Rocky Horror Picture Show (15) (1975) 3:20 Close

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Issue 111, Friday, 16th December 2011 Sunday, 18th December

Sunday 18th

2011

TV GUIDE

6:00 Breakfast 7:35 Match of the Day (R) 9:00 The Andrew Marr Show 10:00 Fern Britton Meets Brian Blessed 11:00 Country Tracks; Weather for the Week Ahead 12:00 Escape to the Country (R) 12:45 Match of the Day Live Portsmouth v Southampton (Kick-off 1.00pm). 3:05 Bargain Hunt Famous Finds (R) 3:35 Cash in the Celebrity Attic (R) 4:20 Lifeline 4:30 Songs of Praise 5:05 BBC News; Regional News and Weather 5:30 Lost Christmas Children’s drama about a mysterious man who appears one Christmas Eve with a gift – the ability to visualise things that people have lost. 7:00 Countryfile The show’s presenters try to re-create a traditional country Christmas in the Warwickshire village of Clifford Chambers, featuring animals, figgy pudding and boughs of holly. 8:00 Antiques Roadshow Fiona Bruce looks back at a selection of 2011’s most memorable finds, including a Victorian brooch designed by William Burges that was previously believed to be lost. 9:00 Young James Herriot New series. Drama following James Herriot’s days at Glasgow Veterinary College in the 1930s. The aspiring vet is left homeless on his first day in town. Continues tomorrow. 10:00 BBC News; Regional News and Weather 10:25 Take That: Progress Live Highlights from the group’s concerts at the City of Manchester Stadium. 11:45 Have I Got a Bit More News for You Extended edition. (R) 12:25 Weatherview 12:30 Sign Zone: Film 2011 with Claudia Winkleman (R) 1:10 Sign Zone: Holby City (R) 2:10 Sign Zone: Bible’s Buried Secrets (R) 3:10 Sign Zone: MasterChef: The Professionals (R) 3:40 BBC News

6:00 CBeebies 7:00 CBBC 10:00 Something for the Weekend 11:30 The Hairy Bikers’ Twelve Days of Christmas (R) 12:30 Flog It! From King’s Lynn. (R) 1:00 EastEnders Omnibus. 3:00 Live Equestrian The World Cup show jumping qualifier at the Olympia International Horse Show. 5:05 Antiques Road Trip Charles Hanson and Jonathan Pratt begin an antiques-hunting journey. (R) 5:50 Great British Railway Journeys Michael Portillo embarks on a journey from Ayr to Skye. (R) 6:20 Celebrity Eggheads Five former footballers take on the expert quizzers. 6:50 Top Gear The presenters drive the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG, the Porsche 911 GT3 RS and the Ferrari 458 Italia along America’s east coast, in a festive edition from 2010. (R) 8:00 James May’s Man Lab Xmas Special James opens his toolbox for a one-off festive special, setting out to create his own seasonal miracle by making it snow using a small plane and a salt shaker. Back in the lab, he invents a gun designed to decorate Christmas trees, discovers the easiest way to wrap presents and attempts to transform the tired old cracker by designing his own. 9:00 A Night with the Stars Professor Brian Cox explores challenging concepts in physics. 10:00 Match of the Day 2 Colin Murray reviews the day’s Premier League action, including Manchester City v Arsenal and Queens Park Rangers v Manchester United. 11:30 Never Mind the Buzzcocks Rhod Gilbert guest-hosts, with singer Jimmy Osmond, the Wanted’s Tom Parker, TV presenter Caroline Flack and comedian Charlie Baker joining regulars Noel Fielding and Phill Jupitus. (R) 12:00 Life’s Too Short (R) 12:30 FILM: Secret Santa (PG) (2003) Drama, starring Jennie Garth. 1:55 BBC News 3:40 Close

5:30 ITV Morning News 6:00 CITV 9:25 Monk (R) 9:30 Horrid Henry (R) 9:45 Planet Sketch (R) 9:50 FILM: The NeverEnding Story (U) (1984) Fantasy adventure, starring Barret Oliver. 11:30 FILM: A Cinderella Story (PG) (2004) Romantic comedy, starring Hilary Duff and Chad Michael Murray. 1:10 ITV News; Weather 1:15 FILM: Jack Frost (PG) (1998) Family fantasy drama, starring Michael Keaton. 3:05 FILM: Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (PG) (1971) Musical fantasy, with Gene Wilder. 5:00 All Star Family Fortunes Christmas Special The Dingles of Emmerdale take on Hollyoaks’ McQueens. (R) 5:45 Puffin’s Pla(i)ce 5:50 Channel News; Weather 6:00 ITV News 6:15 Odd One In Regular team-mates Jason Manford and Peter Andre take on guests Carol Vorderman and Mark Watson in this festive edition of the comedy game show, hosted by Bradley Walsh. 7:00 Just Henry One-off drama set in the 1940s about a troubled boy searching for answers about his father’s death during the war. Josh Bolt, Dean Andrews, Elaine Cassidy and Sheila Hancock star. 9:00 Michael Bublé: Home for Christmas The Canadian crooner performs classic festive songs. 10:30 ITV News 10:44 Channel Islands Weather Summary 10:45 FILM: Ocean’s Twelve (12) (2004) The crooks reunite when an old enemy demands they pay back the money they stole from him three years earlier. Crime caper sequel, with George Clooney, Brad Pitt and Julia Roberts. 1:00 The Zone; ITV News Headlines 2:05 Motorsport UK 3:05 Kojak (R) 4:00 ITV Nightscreen

6:10 The Hoobs (R) 6:35 The Hoobs (R) 7:00 Survival of the Fittest 8:00 T4: One Tree Hill (R) 8:45 T4: Hollyoaks 11:15 T4: Sunday Brunch 12:05 T4: Cee Lo Takes the UK: Christmas with All the Goodies 12:20 T4: Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows – T4 Movie Special 12:40 T4: The Simpsons (R) 1:10 T4: Shipwrecked: The Island Kitten packs his bags and tells Jo that he will be leaving the island. 2:10 T4: The Simpsons (R) 2:45 FILM: A Christmas Carol: The Musical (PG) (2004) Dickens musical, starring Kelsey Grammer. 4:30 Deal or No Deal 5:30 Channel 4 News 5:40 4thought.tv 5:45 The Political Slot 5:50 FILM: Fred Claus (PG) (2007) Santa Claus reluctantly agrees to bail his selfish estranged brother out of jail – on condition he helps to make toys for Christmas. Comedy, starring Vince Vaughn and Paul Giamatti. 8:00 Home for the Holidays New series. Live entertainment show, hosted by Vernon Kay. 9:00 Black Mirror: The Entire History of You Horror, written by Peep Show co-creator Jesse Armstrong, set in a near-future where memory implants enable people to never forget faces. Last in the series. 10:00 FILM: Bruno (18) (2009) Premiere. A gay Austrian fashion journalist performs publicity stunts to make himself famous in America. Spoof documentary, starring Sacha Baron Cohen and Gustaf Hammarsten. 11:35 FILM: Carrie (18) (1976) A withdrawn teenager uses psychic powers to retaliate against her abusive mother and bullying classmates. Horror, with Sissy Spacek and Piper Laurie. 1:25 American Football Live San Diego Chargers v Baltimore Ravens. 5:00 Freesports on 4 5:25 Countdown (R)

6:00 Milkshake! 10:00 Disney’s 12 Days of Christmas: Winnie the Pooh – Eeyore’s Tail 10:05 ThunderCats 11:05 Andre Rieu: Live in Concert (R) 11:50 Ice Road Truckers: Deadliest Roads (R) 12:50 Disney’s 12 Days of Christmas: Donald Duck – Winter Storage Chip and Dale search for acorns. 1:00 FILM: Scrooge – A Christmas Carol (PG) (1951) Charles Dickens’ fantasy, starring Alastair Sim. 2:45 FILM: A Grandpa for Christmas (PG) (2007) Family comedy, starring Ernest Borgnine. 4:25 FILM: Mrs Miracle 2: Miracle in Manhattan (PG) (2010) Premiere. Family drama sequel, starring Doris Roberts. 6:10 FILM: Our First Christmas (PG) (2008) A newlywed couple who both have children from previous marriages struggle to bring their families together for a happy Christmas. Drama, starring Julie Warner and Steven Eckholdt. 7:55 5 News Weekend 8:00 FILM: Hancock (12) (2008) A PR executive decides to transform the image of a drunken superhero whose careless crime-fighting often does more harm than good. Comedy, starring Will Smith and Charlize Theron. Includes 5 News Update. 10:00 FILM: Renegade Justice (18) (2007) A police officer is brutally murdered, prompting his former government agent father to take the law into his own hands. Action thriller, starring Steven Seagal. 11:45 Indiana Jones: The True Story Documentary profiling American explorer and naturalist Roy Chapman Andrews, the inspiration for Steven Spielberg’s Indiana Jones films. (R) 12:50 SuperCasino 4:00 Meals in Moments (R) 4:10 UEFA Europa League Football 5:00 Hana’s Helpline (R) 5:10 The Milkshake! Show (R) 5:35 Thomas & Friends (R) 5:45 Roary the Racing Car (R)

7:00 Film: Cars (U) (2006) Pixar animated adventure, with the voices of Owen Wilson and Paul Newman. 8:50 Great TV Mistakes On-screen mishaps and continuity errors. 9:00 Gavin & Stacey 10:00 American Dad! Stan and Francine are left behind during the Rapture. 10:45 Family Guy 11:30 Him & Her 12:00 Mongrels 12:30 Russell Howard’s Good News 1:00 Gavin & Stacey 2:00 How Not to Live Your Life 3:00 White Van Man 4:00 Mongrels 5:00 Him & Her 5:30 Close

7:00 Churches: How to Read Them 7:30 The Secret Life of Bob Monkhouse The comedian and game show host’s life and career. 9:00 The Roasts of Christmas Past How British TV cooks have tackled Christmas dinner. 10:00 The Space Shuttle: A Horizon Guide 11:00 Imagine: Alan Ayckbourn – Greetings from Scarborough 12:05 The Secret Life of Bob Monkhouse 1:35 The Roasts of Christmas Past 2:40 The Space Shuttle: A Horizon Guide 3:40 Churches: How to Read Them 4:10 Close

6:00 Terry and June 6:35 Film: Agatha Christie’s Thirteen at Dinner (U) (1985) 8:25 Heartbeat 10:25 Agatha Christie’s Poirot 12:35 Agatha Christie’s Marple 4:40 Foyle’s War 6:45 Film: City of Angels (PG) (1998) Romantic fantasy, starring Nicolas Cage and Meg Ryan. 9:00 Lewis A university don is implicated in a murder. 11:00 Film: Mystic River (15) (2003) Oscar-winning drama, starring Sean Penn. 1:35 Agatha Christie’s Pale Horse 3:20 ITV3 Nightscreen 3:40 Emmerdale

6:00 Magic’s Biggest Secrets Finally Revealed 6:45 Police Stop! 7:40 The Sweeney 8:40 The Professionals 9:40 Police Stop! 10:35 The Force 11:05 The Sweeney 12:05 The Professionals 1:10 Film: The Alamo (PG) (1960) 4:10 Film: Rio Bravo (U) (1959) 7:00 Film: The ’Burbs (PG) (1989) Black comedy, starring Tom Hanks. 9:00 Film: Last Man Standing (18) (1996) Period action adventure, starring Bruce Willis. 11:00 Film: The Dirty Dozen (15) (1967) 1:55 Minder 3:00 Teleshopping

6:00 Airline 7:30 Luton Airport 8:00 Brainiac: Science Abuse 9:00 Bondi Vet 11:00 Customs 12:00 Medical Emergency 12:30 Nothing to Declare 3:00 Lie to Me 4:00 Film: Christmas Caper (PG) (2007) 5:40 Four Weddings 6:40 Road Wars 8:00 Best of Oops TV 9:00 Cop Squad 1:00 Sin Cities 1:50 Boozed Up Brits Abroad 2:40 Extreme Bodies: Vanity Insanity 3:30 Kim’s Rude Awakening 3:55 New Parent Nightmares 4:20 Body Language Secrets 5:10 Crash Test Dummies

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Sunday 18th

TV GUIDE

Pick of the Day 6:00 Hour of Power 7:00 The Great Treehouse Challenge (R) 8:00 The Great Treehouse Challenge (R) 9:00 Vet Adventures (R) 10:00 WWE Superstars (R) 11:00 WWE: Experience (R) 12:00 WWE Special 1:00 Emergency with Angela Griffin (R) 2:00 The Simpsons (R) 2:30 The Simpsons (R) 3:00 Futurama (R) 3:30 Futurama (R) 4:00 Glee (R) 5:00 The Simpsons (R) 5:30 The Simpsons (R) 6:00 The Simpsons 6:30 Noel’s Christmas Presents 2011 8:00 Got To Dance: The Warm Up Preview of the forthcoming series in which Adam Garcia, Kimberly Wyatt and Ashley Banjo hunt for the latest dancing sensation. Presented by Davina McCall. 9:00 Barbara Windsor’s Little Cracker New series. A young Barbara buys her first bra after a wardrobe mistress embarrasses her by strapping down her chest to make her look 10 years old in a West End Show. 9:15 Jack Whitehall’s Little Cracker A young Jack disappoints his father by asking for Barbies for Christmas, the latest in a series of feminine traits shown by the future comedian’s 10-year-old-self. 9:30 A Very Gaga Holiday Singer Lady Gaga puts her own spin on a selection of festive classics, including White Christmas, and performs a duet with Tony Bennett before showing off her culinary skills. 11:00 A League of Their Own (R) 12:00 Ross Kemp Back on the Frontline (R) 1:00 UK Border Force (R) 1:50 Road Wars (R) 2:40 Caprica (R) 3:30 Oops TV (R) 4:20 It’s Me or the Dog (R) 4:45 It’s Me or the Dog (R) 5:10 Sell Me the Answer (R)

6:00 Coronation Street (R) 8:05 Emmerdale (R) 11:00 Coronation Street (R) 1:30 The Big Quiz – Coronation Street v Emmerdale Soap stars go head to head. (R) 2:30 Peter Andre: My Life The singer is interviewed by Piers Morgan. (R) 3:30 The Planet’s Funniest Animals Video clips featuring troublesome pets and crazy wild animals. (R) 4:00 The Xtra Factor: Winner’s Story 2011 Charting the victorious act’s rise to fame. (R) 5:00 FILM: Mr Magorium’s Wonder Emporium (U) (2007) Fantasy comedy, starring Dustin Hoffman and Natalie Portman. 7:00 Super Tiny Animals Documentary exploring the growing demand for miniature pets, including tiny Chihuahuas, cats with unusually short legs and micro pigs. Narrated by Jane Horrocks. (R) 8:00 FILM: Gremlins (15) (1984) A teenager is given a strange, cute creature as a Christmas present by his eccentric father and warned to keep it away from water, not to feed it after midnight, nor expose it to direct light. However, a chance dousing causes the furball to spawn a horde of murderous little monsters, and their devilish antics bring mayhem to a small town. Comedy horror, with Zach Galligan, Phoebe Cates, Hoyt Axton and Polly Holliday. Includes FYI Daily. 10:15 FILM: Deep Blue Sea (15) (1999) A scientist develops super-intelligent sharks on an isolated research facility – but the creatures escape and cause havoc. Thriller, starring Saffron Burrows. 12:25 Perez Hilton Superfan: Katy Perry (R) 1:25 FILM: Wedding Daze (15) (2006) Romantic comedy, starring Jason Biggs. 2:55 The Black Donnellys (R) 3:40 Gossip Girl (R) 4:25 Gossip Girl (R) 5:10 Teleshopping 5:40 ITV2 Nightscreen

6:00 Switched (R) 6:25 Supernanny USA (R) 7:10 Supernanny USA (R) 8:00 How to Look Good Naked (R) 9:00 How to Look Good Naked (R) 10:05 Gok’s Clothes Roadshow (R) 11:10 How to Look Good Naked (R) 12:15 Supernanny USA (R) 1:10 Supernanny USA (R) 2:00 Make It or Break It Max and Payson find a puppy. (R) 3:00 Make It or Break It Sheila urges Kelly to publicly expose Kaylie’s eating disorder. 4:00 Make It or Break It The girls compete at the World Championships. Last in the series. 5:00 Sorority Girls The American sisters take the women on dates to get to know them better. (R) 6:05 Scrubs (R) 6:35 Scrubs (R) 7:00 FILM: The Seeker: The Dark Is Rising (12) (2007) A teenager embarks on a perilous quest to prevent dark forces seizing the six parts of a mystical artefact. Fantasy adventure, starring Alexander Ludwig. 9:00 Rude Tube: Utter Pranks Alex Zane counts down through some of the most popular videos of tricks, pranks and gags to be found online, including an eye-watering stapled head stunt, the Sexy Sax man, an angry grandmother and Freaky the Snowman. (R) 10:00 Misfits A fake medium with a superpower brings faces from the young offenders’ past back to life – including the probation workers they killed. With Mark Heap (Spaced). Last in the series. 11:05 Tool Academy The four remaining couples get a frightening glimpse into their future by completing the six stages of a relationship obstacle course. Presented by Rick Edwards. (R) 12:10 Chris Moyles’ Quiz Night (R) 1:00 The War at Home (R) 1:25 The War at Home (R) 1:50 The War at Home (R) 2:10 Dirty Sexy Money (R) 2:55 Switched (R) 3:15 Hollyoaks (R)

6:00 Football First 7:30 Football First 9:00 The Sunday Supplement 10:00 Goals on Sunday 11:30 Live Super Sunday Queens Park Rangers v Manchester United (Kick-off 12.00pm). 2:00 Live Super Sunday Aston Villa v Liverpool (Kick-off 2.05pm). All the action from the Premier League encounter at Villa Park, where the Villans recorded a 1-0 win over the Reds last season. 4:00 Live Super Sunday Manchester City v Arsenal (Kick-off 4.10pm). Coverage of the clash at the Etihad Stadium, where today’s Premier League triple bill concludes. 7:00 Live Darts The 2012 PDC World Championship. 11:30 Test Cricket 12:30 International Judo World Circuit 1:00 Spanish Football 2:30 Football Special 4:30 Spanish Football

6:00 The X Files 8:00 ER 1:00 Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations 2:00 The Devil’s Dinner Party 3:00 Star Trek: Voyager 8:00 Film: Wit (PG) (2001) A hard-nosed academic is forced to reassess her life after being diagnosed with ovarian cancer. Drama, starring Emma Thompson. 10:00 In Treatment 11:05 Boardwalk Empire 12:20 Film: Moulin Rouge! (12) (2001) Romantic musical, starring Ewan McGregor and Nicole Kidman. 2:50 Boardwalk Empire: Meet the Characters 3:05 The X Files

6:00 Teleshopping 1:00 5* Access 1:10 Neighbours 3:25 Jason and the Argonauts Adventure, with Jason London as the mythological hero who embarks on an epic journey to claim the Golden Fleece. Also starring Jolene Blalock, Dennis Hopper, Frank Langella and Derek Jacobi. 7:00 The Mentalist 9:00 The Hotel Inspector Alex Polizzi helps British couple Liz and Michael Callis, who are struggling to cope with the workload at their 14-bedroom guest house in the Swiss Alps. 12:00 Teleshopping

6:00 Teleshopping 12:00 Whose Line Is It Anyway? 12:30 Film: Hellfighters (U) (1969) Adventure, starring John Wayne. 3:00 NCIS 4:55 Inside Hollywood 5:00 NCIS 6:00 CSI: Miami Horatio encounters an old enemy. 7:00 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation An old homicide case is reopened. 8:00 CSI: NY Mac witnesses strange goings-on while recuperating at home. 9:00 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation The team looks into the suspicious death of a poker player. 12:50 Inside Hollywood 1:00 Close

7:05 Dragons’ Den 9:00 Top Gear 10:00 Man v Food 11:00 James May’s Big Ideas 12:00 Top Gear 1:00 Man v Food 2:00 Film: Man of the Moment (PG) (1955) 3:45 Carpool 4:00 Top Gear 6:00 QI XL 7:00 Man v Food 8:00 Motorway Cops 9:00 Argumental 9:40 Dave’s One Night Stand 10:40 Mock the Week 11:20 A Bit of Fry and Laurie 12:00 That Mitchell and Webb Look 12:40 Louis Theroux: The City Addicted to Crystal Meth 1:40 Psychoville 2:10 TOTP2 2:35 Speeders 3:00 Close

6:00 Road to London 6:30 Spanish Football 8:00 International Fight Night 9:30 NFL 11:00 International Fight Night 12:30 Live European Cup Rugby Union 2:45 Live European Cup Rugby Union 5:30 Live European Challenge Cup Rugby Union Newport-Gwent Dragons v Exeter Chiefs (Kick-off 5.45pm). 8:00 Live Spanish Football Valencia v Malaga (Kick-off 8.30pm). 10:30 Football Special 12:30 Asian Tour Golf 1:30 Golf 2:30 Close

6:00 Live Asian Tour Golf The Thailand Golf Championship. 9:30 Golf 1:00 WWE TLC Preview 1:30 Darts 4:30 WWE: Experience Round-up of the latest from Raw and Smackdown. 5:30 Live NFL Coverage of a top match from North America, as the sides continue their bids for Super Bowl glory, which was claimed last season by Green Bay Packers. 9:30 Live NFL Coverage of a top match from North America, as the sides continue their bids for Super Bowl glory, which was claimed last season by Green Bay Packers. 1:00 European Rugby Special 2:00 Close

A Night with the Stars 9.00pm on BBC TWO Professor Brian Cox explores challenging concepts in physics. With the help of fellow scientist and guests, he shows how diamonds are made up of nothingness, and how one such gem in the heart of London is in communication with the largest diamond in the cosmos.

Michael Bublé: Home for Christmas 9.00pm on itv1 One-off special in which the Canadian crooner entertains an audience with classic festive tunes from his Christmas album and duets with Kelly Rowland for the first time on one of the nation’s best-loved seasonal hits. Kelly’s X Factor co-judge Gary Barlow also takes to the stage for a performance.

Home for the Holidays 8.00pm on Channel 4 New series. Live entertainment show in which an engaged couple bring their families together under one roof in the run-up to Christmas to try to win £500,000.

11:00 The Thirty-Nine Steps (U) (1959) 1:00 Carpool (PG) (1996) 2:45 Carry On Teacher (U) (1959) 4:25 Kiki’s Delivery Service (PG) (1989) Animated fantasy, with the voice of Minami Takayama. 6:35 Stardust (PG) (2007) Fantasy adventure, starring Charlie Cox and Claire Danes. 9:00 Star Trek (12) (2009) Sci-fi adventure, starring Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto. 11:20 The Hills Have Eyes (18) (2006) Horror remake, starring Aaron Stanford. 1:25 Reno 911!: Miami (15) (2007) 3:15 Close

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Issue 111, Friday, 16th December 2011 Monday, 19th December

Monday 19th

2011

TV GUIDE

6:00 Breakfast 9:15 Rip Off Britain 10:00 Homes Under the Hammer (R) 10:58 BBC News; Weather 11:00 Real Rescues (R) 11:30 Cash in the Attic 12:13 BBC News; Weather 12:15 Bargain Hunt (R) 1:00 BBC News; Weather 1:30 Regional News; Weather 1:40 Only Fools and Horses (R) 2:30 Helicopter Heroes (R) 3:15 Escape to the Country (R) 3:45 Hairy Bikers’ Best of British 4:30 Flog It! (R) 5:15 Pointless (R) 6:00 BBC News; Weather 6:30 Spotlight; Weather 7:00 The One Show Alex Jones, Matt Baker and a team of roving reporters present topical stories from around the UK. 7:30 Inside Out England Stories from across the country; BBC News 8:00 EastEnders Mandy has second thoughts about marrying Ian. 8:30 A Question of Sport Christmas Special Festive edition of the light-hearted quiz, with TV presenters Jake Humphrey and Tim Lovejoy, comedian Patrick Kielty and impressionist Alistair McGowan. 9:00 Young James Herriot James makes a diagnosis that threatens to ruin a farmer. 10:00 BBC News 10:25 Regional News; Weather 10:35 Imagine: The Art of Stand-Up Part one of two. The philosophy and ideas behind stand-up comedy. 11:45 The Graham Norton Show With Robert Downey Jr, Jude Law, Alesha Dixon, Eddie Izzard and Rebecca Ferguson. (R) 12:30 Weatherview 12:35 Sign Zone: Who Do You Think You Are? (R) 1:35 Sign Zone: World’s Most Dangerous Roads (R) 2:35 Sign Zone: MasterChef: The Professionals (R) 3:35 BBC News

6:00 CBeebies 7:00 CBBC 9:20 FILM: Space Camp (PG) (1986) Children’s sci-fi adventure, starring Kate Capshaw. 11:00 The Hairy Bikers: Mums Know Best at Christmas (R) 12:00 Restoration Home (R) 1:00 Weakest Link 1:45 To Buy or Not to Buy (R) 2:30 FILM: Merrill’s Marauders (PG) (1962) Fact-based Second World War adventure, starring Jeff Chandler. 4:05 Coast (R) 5:05 Watching the Wild: Otters (R) 5:15 Antiques Road Trip (R) 6:00 Celebrity Eggheads 6:30 Raymond Blanc’s Christmas Feast 7:30 Christmas University Challenge New series. Famous alumni compete as the University of York takes on Manchester. Guests include broadcaster Steve Richards and property developer Tom Bloxham. 8:00 University Challenge Students from University College London and Manchester compete in the first quarter-final. Presented by Jeremy Paxman. 8:30 The Bleak Old Shop of Stuff New series. Dickensian comedy adventure, starring Robert Webb. 9:30 The Rob Brydon Show Xmas Special Rob celebrates Christmas with funnyman Noel Fielding, Girls Aloud’s Sarah Harding, Shooting Stars’ Angelos Epithemiou, and comedians Rhys Darby and Charlie Baker. 10:00 Never Mind the Buzzcocks John Barrowman guest-hosts. 10:30 The Funny Side of Christmas Clive Anderson examines the TV world’s yuletide traditions. (R) 11:30 QI With Jack Dee, David Mitchell, Bill Bailey and Alan Davies. (R) 12:00 Rev (R) 12:30 Grumpy Guide to Driving (R) 1:00 FILM: The Big Heat (15) (1953) Crime drama, starring Glenn Ford. 2:30 BBC News 3:35 Close

5:30 ITV Morning News 6:00 Daybreak 8:30 Lorraine 9:25 The Jeremy Kyle Show: Five Days of Christmas 10:30 This Morning 12:30 Loose Women 1:30 ITV News 1:55 Channel News and Weather 2:00 May the Best House Win 3:00 Midsomer Murders (R) 4:59 Channel Weather 5:00 Best Dish: The Chefs 6:00 Channel Report; Weather 6:15 Report Sport 6:30 ITV News 6:59 Destination Report 7:00 Emmerdale Amy goes to the hospital to see her baby and names him Kyle. 7:30 Coronation Street Tracy falls down the stairs after storming round to Becky’s and accusing her of spending the night with Steve, and David suspects Owen of sabotaging the salon’s water supply. 8:00 Countrywise Kitchen at Christmas A guide to the best ingredients for a perfect Christmas dinner. Mike Robinson meets a lord famed for his turkeys and chickens, and Paul Heiney explores the origin of the mince pie. 8:30 Live Celebrity Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? Christmas Special The first of two festive specials in which famous faces play for their favourite charities, live and against the clock, with half their winnings going to one lucky viewer at home. 10:00 ITV News at Ten 10:30 Channel News and Weather 10:35 FILM: Dave (12) (1993) Political comedy, starring Kevin Kline. 12:35 Countrywise (R) 1:00 Nightwatch with Steve Scott: Mystery (R) 1:50 Nightwatch with Steve Scott: Crime; (R) ITV News Headlines 2:35 The Jeremy Kyle Show (R) 3:35 ITV Nightscreen 4:35 The Jeremy Kyle Show (R)

6:10 The Hoobs (R) 6:35 The Hoobs (R) 7:00 Freshly Squeezed 7:30 Perfect Couples 7:55 Everybody Loves Raymond (R) 8:20 Everybody Loves Raymond (R) 8:50 Frasier (R) 9:25 Frasier (R) 9:55 The Big Bang Theory (R) 10:25 The Big Bang Theory (R) 10:55 The Simpsons (R) 11:20 The Simpsons (R) 11:55 FILM: The Muppets Take Manhattan (U) (1984) Puppet comedy, with Liza Minnelli and Joan Rivers. 1:40 FILM: Toys (PG) (1992) Comedy, starring Robin Williams. 4:00 Deal or No Deal: Deal Panto 5:00 Christmas Coach Trip 5:30 Come Dine with Me 6:00 The Simpsons (R) 6:30 Hollyoaks 7:00 Channel 4 News 7:55 4thought.tv 8:00 The Year the Earth Went Wild Documentary looking back on the natural disasters that struck the planet in 2011, including the tsunami in Japan, flooding in Australia and the American tornado season. 9:00 King of Christmas Lights The world of extreme Christmas decorations. 10:00 Home for the Holidays Live entertainment show in which an engaged couple bring their families together under one roof in the run-up to Christmas to compete for £500,000. Vernon Kay hosts. 11:05 Random Acts Short creative films. 11:10 Syria’s Torture Machine Investigating the torture of civilians. 12:05 FILM: Rosemary’s Baby (18) (1968) Horror, starring Mia Farrow and John Cassavetes. 2:30 FILM: The Conformist (18) (1970) Bernardo Bertolucci’s drama, starring Jean-Louis Trintignant. 4:25 Drifting (R) 4:35 World War II: The Last Heroes (R) 5:30 Brothers & Sisters (R)

6:00 Milkshake! 9:50 Disney’s 12 Days of Christmas: Winnie the Pooh – Stout and Round 10:00 ThunderCats 10:35 Meerkat Manor (R) 11:05 Ice Road Truckers (R) 12:05 The Mentalist (R) 1:00 5 News Lunchtime 1:05 FILM: Eloise at Christmastime (PG) (2004) Premiere. Festive family comedy, starring Julie Andrews. 2:50 FILM: This Christmas (12) (2007) Premiere. Comedy drama, starring Delroy Lindo. 5:00 5 News at 5 5:30 Top 20 Aussie Soap Moments 2011 6:00 Eddie Stobart: Trucks and Trailers (R) 6:55 How to Play Baseball 7:00 The Gadget Show Jon Bentley, Ortis Deley and Pollyanna Woodward head to an environmental test laboratory to sample the latest winter clothing, and Suzi Perry compares film streaming websites; 5 News Update 8:00 Charley Boorman’s Extreme Frontiers The adventurer pilots a small plane to Dawson City, Yukon, where he visits a mine that has been in operation since the days of the gold rush. Last in the series; 5 News at 9 9:00 FILM: Step Brothers (15) (2008) Premiere. Two 40-year-old men who have never left home are forced to share a room when their single parents marry each other. Comedy, starring Will Ferrell and John C Reilly. Including 5 News Update. 11:00 FILM: Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story (15) (2007) Premiere. A naive country boy rises to become the greatest rock ’n’ roll legend of all time. Comedy spoof of music biopics, with John C Reilly, Jenna Fischer and Raymond J Barry. 12:50 SuperCasino 4:00 Meals in Moments (R) 4:10 Grey’s Anatomy 4:55 County Secrets (R) 5:10 HouseBusters (R) 5:35 HouseBusters (R)

7:00 Doctor Who The Cybermen arrive in Victorian England. 8:00 The World’s Strictest Parents Changed My Life A chance to catch up with teenagers featured in the fourth series. Last in the series. 9:00 Gavin & Stacey 10:00 EastEnders Yusef decides he and Zainab must leave Walford as soon as possible. 10:30 Mongrels 11:35 Family Guy 12:20 American Dad! 1:05 Gavin & Stacey 2:05 How Not to Live Your Life 3:05 White Van Man 4:05 Mongrels 5:05 Close

7:00 The Golden Age of Canals 8:00 Top of the Pops: 1976 8:30 Only Connect 9:00 Natural World: Polar Bears and Grizzlies – Bears on Top of the World Comparing the fortunes of polar bears with grizzlies. 10:00 Season’s Greetings 11:50 The Golden Age of Canals 12:50 Natural World: Polar Bears and Grizzlies – Bears on Top of the World 1:40 Top of the Pops: 1976 2:10 Only Connect 2:40 The Roasts of Christmas Past 3:40 The Golden Age of Canals 4:40 Close

6:00 Sherlock Holmes: The Eligible Bachelor 8:00 Agatha Christie’s Marple 10:05 Film: Arthur 2: On the Rocks (PG) (1988) Comedy, starring Dudley Moore. 12:20 Film: Columbo: A Bird in the Hand (PG) (1992) Crime drama, starring Peter Falk. 2:25 Film: Carry On Jack (PG) (1963) Comedy, with Bernard Cribbins. 4:15 George and Mildred 4:45 Agatha Christie’s Marple 6:50 Agatha Christie’s Poirot 9:00 Lewis 11:00 Inspector Morse 1:10 Numb3rs 1:50 Cracker 2:45 ITV3 Nightscreen 3:00 Teleshopping

6:00 The Professionals 6:50 The Saint 7:40 Minder 8:40 The Fall Guy 9:40 Batman 10:40 The Saint 11:45 The Professionals 12:45 Police Stop! 1:45 Minder 2:50 The Fall Guy 3:55 Batman 4:55 The Professionals 6:00 European Cup Rugby Union 7:00 The Sweeney 8:00 Minder 9:00 Film: Rocky (PG) (1976) Drama, starring Sylvester Stallone. 11:25 Film: Rocky II (PG) (1979) Drama, with Sylvester Stallone. 1:50 European Cup Rugby Union 2:45 Film File 2:55 ITV4 Nightscreen 3:00 Teleshopping

6:00 The Zoo UK 7:00 Brainiac: Science Abuse 8:00 The Real A&E 9:00 Emergency Animal Rescue 10:00 Bite Size Brainiac 10:20 Film: Christmas Caper (PG) (2007) Comedy, starring Shannen Doherty. 12:00 Lie to Me 1:00 Emergency Animal Rescue 8:00 Nothing to Declare 9:00 Sun, Sea and A&E 10:00 Cop Squad 12:00 The Real A&E 1:00 Real Filth Fighters 1:50 Luton Airport 2:40 Liza and Huey’s Pet Nation 3:30 Teenage Wives 4:20 Wedding SOS 5:10 Guilty!

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Issue 111, Friday, 16th December 2011 Monday, 19th December

2011

Monday 19th

TV GUIDE

Pick of the Day 6:00 Brainiac: Science Abuse (R) 7:00 The Glee Project (R) 8:00 Dream Lives for Sale (R) 9:00 Raising Hope (R) 9:30 Raising Hope (R) 10:00 Futurama (R) 10:30 Futurama (R) 11:00 Modern Family (R) 11:25 Modern Family: Julie Bowen Interview 11:35 Modern Family (R) 12:00 The Middle (R) 12:30 The Middle (R) 1:00 Futurama (R) 1:30 Futurama (R) 2:00 Safebreakers (R) 3:00 Got To Dance: The Warm Up (R) 4:00 Inside Gatwick (R) 5:00 The Simpsons (R) 5:30 The Simpsons (R) 6:00 Chris & Wes: Let’s Do This 6:30 The Simpsons (R) 7:00 The Simpsons Homer, Marge and the kids fall asleep during an extra-long sermon by the Rev Lovejoy, and dream they are characters from the Old Testament. (R) 7:30 The Simpsons Bart does community service. (R) 8:00 Terra Nova Lucas races to finish his mystery device before the arrival of the 11th pilgrimage, and Jim and Taylor confront the colony’s Sixer mole. 9:00 Jane Horrocks’ Little Cracker Autobiographical comedy shorts. 9:15 Harry Hill’s Little Cracker The comedian and his Thai bride adopt a puppet son. 9:30 Trollied Comedy set in a budget supermarket. (R) 10:00 FILM: The Devil’s Own (15) (1997) Thriller, starring Harrison Ford. 12:10 The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Special 12:40 Cop Squad (R) 1:40 Armed and Dangerous: Ultimate Forces (R) 2:35 Mental (R) 3:30 Mental (R) 4:20 Fat Pets, Fat Owners (R) 4:45 Fat Pets, Fat Owners (R) 5:10 A Different Breed (R)

6:00 Coronation Street (R) 6:25 Coronation Street (R) 6:50 Emmerdale (R) 7:20 Pushing Daisies (R) 8:05 Judge Judy (R) 9:25 Beauty and the Geek (R) 10:30 Judge Judy (R) 12:00 Coronation Street (R) 12:30 Coronation Street (R) 1:00 Emmerdale (R) 1:30 The Jeremy Kyle Show: Five Days of Christmas Guests air their differences. (R) 2:35 The Jeremy Kyle Show Guests air their differences. (R) 3:40 Beauty and the Geek (R) 4:35 Loose Women (R) 5:30 Jack and the Beanstalk Pantomime, with Neil Morrissey and Julian Clary. (R) 7:00 The Xtra Factor: Winner’s Story 2011 Olly Murs and Caroline Flack take a look at the story of the 2011 X Factor winner, from their first audition to the final and beyond. (R) 8:00 New You’ve Been Framed: The Next Generation Harry Hill narrates a selection of viewer-submitted comical clips featuring troublesome teenagers, sibling rivalry and particularly trying babies. (R) 9:00 Peter Andre Uncut: Piers Morgan’s Life Stories An extended version of the ITV1 interview, in which the singer and reality star discusses his career and life away from the spotlight since his divorce in 2009 from Katie Price. (R) 10:30 FILM: Practical Magic (12) (1998) Two sisters descended from a long line of witches try to lift a curse that causes any man who falls in love with them to die. Fantasy, starring Sandra Bullock and Nicole Kidman. Includes FYI Daily. 12:40 Coronation Street (R) 1:10 Emmerdale (R) 1:40 The Vampire Diaries (R) 2:20 The Vampire Diaries (R) 3:00 Gossip Girl (R) 3:45 Gossip Girl (R) 4:30 Teleshopping

6:00 One Tree Hill (R) 6:45 Ugly Betty (R) 7:35 Wildfire (R) 8:25 One Tree Hill (R) 9:20 Gilmore Girls (R) 10:15 Ugly Betty (R) 11:10 Desperate Housewives (R) 12:10 Greek (R) 1:10 Scrubs (R) 1:40 Scrubs (R) 2:10 Hollyoaks (R) 2:40 Gilmore Girls (R) 3:40 Desperate Housewives (R) 4:35 Rules of Engagement (R) 5:00 Scrubs (R) 5:30 Scrubs (R) 6:00 The Big Bang Theory (R) 6:30 The Big Bang Theory (R) 7:00 Hollyoaks Dodger ruins Doug’s date with new student Jodie. 7:35 How I Met Your Mother Lily and Marshall discuss having children. (R) 8:00 My Name Is Earl Joy falls out with her lawyer, and a consciencestricken Earl tracks down a girl he mocked in school for having facial hair, determined to make amends. (R) 8:30 My Name Is Earl After fixing a cat show in Joy’s favour, Earl delivers one of the prize-winning pets back home, but events take an unexpected turn when Randy falls for the owner. (R) 9:00 Rude Tube: Ultimate Stunts Alex Zane showcases 50 of the most audacious stunt videos available on the internet, including a home-made Russian bungee and a snowboard train jump. (R) 10:00 Desperate Scousewives Chris and Mark debate having a baby, Gill has a near-catastrophe at the hairdresser’s, and Layla’s search for the truth leads her to an unexpected new friendship. 11:05 Sorority Girls 12:10 The Big Bang Theory (R) 12:40 The Big Bang Theory (R) 1:10 Scrubs (R) 1:30 Scrubs (R) 1:55 How I Met Your Mother (R) 2:20 Alan Carr: Chatty Man (R) 3:15 Rude Tube: Ultimate Stunts (R) 4:10 Make It or Break It (R) 4:50 Greek (R)

6:00 Good Morning Sports Fans 7:00 Good Morning Sports Fans 8:00 Good Morning Sports Fans 9:00 Football Special 11:00 Spanish Football 12:30 Football Special 2:30 International Fight Night 4:00 Spanish Football 5:30 Soccer AM: The Best Bits 6:30 Netbusters 7:00 Sky Sports News at Seven 7:30 Live Football League Crystal Palace v Birmingham City (Kick-off 7.45pm). All the action from this evening’s Championship encounter at Selhurst Park. 10:00 Netbusters Action from the Football League. 10:30 SPL Round-Up 11:00 Premier League Review 12:00 Football League 1:30 Soccer AM: The Best Bits 2:30 Sports Unlimited 3:30 Watersports World 4:30 Max Power 5:30 FIFA Futbol Mundial

6:00 The X Files 7:00 Star Trek: Voyager 8:00 Star Trek: Enterprise 9:00 ER 11:00 The X Files 12:00 Star Trek: Voyager 1:00 Star Trek: Enterprise 2:00 ER 4:00 Star Trek: Enterprise 5:00 Star Trek: Voyager 6:00 ER 8:00 Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations 9:00 Angels in America Award-winning drama, starring Al Pacino. 10:15 Bored to Death 11:20 Enlightened 11:55 This Is Jinsy 12:55 Hung 1:30 Six Feet Under 2:40 Angels in America 3:55 Bored to Death 5:05 Inside the Actors Studio

6:00 Teleshopping 1:00 Malcolm in the Middle 1:25 Burn Notice 2:25 Knight Rider 5:10 Film: Prince Charming (PG) (2001) Fairy-tale fantasy, starring Sean Maguire, Christina Applegate and Martin Short. 7:00 The Mentalist 9:00 Film: The Ninth Gate (15) (1999) A book dealer is hired to track down the remaining copies of a satanic text reputed to hold limitless power. Roman Polanski’s horror, starring Johnny Depp and Emmanuelle Seigner. 11:40 Generation Sex 12:00 Teleshopping

6:00 Teleshopping 12:00 Inside Hollywood 12:10 Film: A Stranger to Love (PG) (1996) Drama, starring Beau Bridges. 2:00 Film: Snowman’s Pass (PG) (2004) Adventure, starring Nicole Eggert. 4:00 Human Target 4:55 Inside Hollywood 5:00 Human Target 6:00 Law & Order 6:55 Inside Hollywood Magazine show. 7:00 CSI: Miami Confiscated drugs are stolen. 8:00 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation A bank robbery has tragic consequences. 9:00 NCIS 12:00 True Justice 1:00 Close

7:15 Top Gear 9:00 Motorway Cops 10:00 Film: Man of the Moment (PG) (1955) Comedy, starring Norman Wisdom. 11:45 Carpool 12:00 Top Gear 2:00 Dragons’ Den 3:00 Amazon with Bruce Parry 4:00 Top Gear 6:00 Helicopter Heroes 6:40 Dragons’ Den An electric car is pitched to the dragons. 8:00 Jo Brand’s Big Splash 9:00 Not Going Out 10:20 Gavin & Stacey 11:40 Not Going Out 1:00 Psychoville 1:40 Never Mind the Buzzcocks 2:15 Gavin & Stacey 3:00 Close

6:00 Aerobics Oz Style 6:30 Kings of the Snow 7:00 WWE: Bottom Line 7:55 ISAF World Sailing Championship 8:25 Live Test Cricket 4:00 Test Cricket 5:00 Great Run Series 5:30 Wild Spirits 6:00 British Junior Carp Championship 2011 7:00 Live Darts The 2012 PDC World Championship. 11:30 Great Run Series 12:00 NFL 2:00 Wonderful World of Golf 3:30 PGA Tour Classic 4:30 Premier League Review 5:30 Netbusters

7:30 Golf 8:30 Asian Tour Golf 9:30 Darts 2:00 Golf 3:00 Asian Tour Golf 4:00 WWE: Raw 7:00 Test Cricket 8:00 Test Cricket Bangladesh v Pakistan. Highlights of the third day of the Second Test of the two-match series. 9:00 NFL Kevin Cadle introduces a chance to see highlights of a double bill of matches from the NFL. 11:00 WWE: Late Night – Bottom Line 12:00 WWE: Late Night – Afterburn 1:00 WWE: NXT 2:00 Live WWE: Late Night – Raw Wrestling coverage from the States. 4:15 Sky Sports Classics 4:30 Great Run Series 5:00 Close

Young James Herriot 9.00pm on BBC one James goes on his first field trip and finds himself in the middle of a potentially deadly epidemic that threatens a farm. He makes a diagnosis that would mean slaughtering all the cattle, ruining their owner’s business in the process. Concludes tomorrow.

The Bleak Old Shop of Stuff 8.30pm on BBC TWO New series. Dickensian comedy adventure, starring Robert Webb as Jedrington SecretPast, an upstanding member of the community and owner of a shop selling all manner of strange things. Stephen Fry, Katherine Parkinson, David Mitchell, Celia Imrie, Pauline McLynn and Johnny Vegas co-star.

King of Christmas Lights 9.00pm on Channel 4 Cutting Edge delves into the world of extreme festive decorations, meeting people whose homes boast some of the most impressive Christmaslight displays in the UK.

11:00 Waterloo Road (PG) (1944) 12:35 The Black Swan (PG) (1942) 2:15 Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (PG) (1969) Western, starring Paul Newman. 4:25 Laputa: Castle in the Sky (1986) Animation, with the voice of Minori Terada. 6:55 Imagine That (PG) (2009) Comedy, starring Eddie Murphy. 9:00 The Lovely Bones (12) (2009) Drama, starring Saoirse Ronan. 11:35 The New World (12) (2005) Drama, starring Colin Farrell. 2:15 The Exiles (12) (1961) Drama, with Yvonne Williams. 3:55 Close

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Issue 111, Friday, 16th December 2011 Tuesday, 20th December

Tuesday 20th

2011

TV GUIDE

6:00 Breakfast 9:15 Rip Off Britain 10:00 Homes Under the Hammer (R) 10:58 BBC News; Weather 11:00 Real Rescues (R) 11:30 Cash in the Attic 12:13 BBC News; Weather 12:15 Bargain Hunt (R) 1:00 BBC News; Weather 1:30 Regional News; Weather 1:40 Only Fools and Horses (R) 2:30 Helicopter Heroes (R) 3:15 Escape to the Country (R) 3:45 Hairy Bikers’ Best of British 4:30 Flog It! (R) 5:15 Pointless (R) 6:00 BBC News; Weather 6:30 Spotlight; Weather 7:00 The One Show Topical stories, hosted by Alex Jones and Matt Baker. 7:30 EastEnders Zainab pleads with Yusef to reveal where Kamil is; BBC News 8:00 Holby City Malick worries ex-lover Paul will not survive his battle to recover from kidney failure, and Jac takes out her grief and frustration on newcomer Kip Maxwell after losing baby Freya. 9:00 Young James Herriot James meets Jenny’s parents, whose behaviour causes confusion, and Whirly faces her tribunal over her revenge on Gunnell. Iain de Caestecker and Amy Manson star. Last in the series. 10:00 BBC News 10:25 Regional News; Weather; National Lottery Update 10:35 Imagine: The Art of Stand-Up Part two of two. The evolution of stand-up comedy. 11:45 The Impressions Show with Culshaw and Stephenson Highlights from the third series. Last in the series. (R) 12:15 FILM: Surviving Christmas (12) (2004) Comedy, starring Ben Affleck. 1:40 Weatherview 1:45 Sign Zone: Frozen Planet (R) 2:45 Sign Zone: MasterChef: The Professionals (R) 3:45 Sign Zone: You’ve Been Scammed (R) 4:30 BBC News

6:00 CBeebies 7:00 CBBC 9:35 FILM: Herbie Rides Again (U) (1974) Disney comedy sequel, starring Helen Hayes. 11:00 Rick Stein’s Christmas Special (R) 12:00 Restoration Home (R) 1:00 Equestrian 1:45 To Buy or Not to Buy (R) 2:30 FILM: The Red Baron (12) (2008) First World War biopic, starring Matthias Schweighofer. 4:05 Coast (R) 5:05 The Rabbits of Skomer (R) 5:15 Antiques Road Trip (R) 6:00 Celebrity Eggheads 6:30 Great British Railway Journeys (R) 7:00 Nigella’s Christmas Kitchen Nigella Lawson demonstrates how to cope with the stress of Christmas cooking. She begins by preparing festive favourites that can be made in advance and frozen. (R) 7:30 Christmas University Challenge Teams from the University of Edinburgh and Durham University compete. 8:00 The Hairy Bikers’ Christmas Party Si King and Dave Myers go in search of the UK’s best party food. 9:00 Mock the Week Highlights from the recent series, hosted by Dara O Briain. 9:30 Rev Adam feels the pressure during his first Christmas at St Saviour’s. Last in the series. 10:00 Life’s Too Short Warwick attempts to impress Sting with his spending power. Last in the series. 10:30 The Making of QI An insight into the production of the popular comedy quiz show. (R) 11:30 QI With John Bishop, Frank Skinner, Sean Lock and Alan Davies. (R) 12:00 Shooting Stars Xmas 2010 (R) 12:30 Grumpy Guide to Food 1:00 FILM: Secret Beyond the Door (PG) (1948) Melodrama, starring Joan Bennett. 2:35 BBC News 4:30 Close

5:30 ITV Morning News 6:00 Daybreak 8:30 Lorraine 9:25 The Jeremy Kyle Show: Five Days of Christmas 10:30 This Morning 12:30 Loose Women 1:30 ITV News 1:55 Channel News and Weather 2:00 May the Best House Win 3:00 Midsomer Murders (R) 4:59 Channel Weather 5:00 Best Dish: The Chefs The seven dessert regional winners compete for a place in the semi-final. 6:00 Channel Report; Weather 6:30 ITV News 6:59 Destination Report 7:00 Emmerdale Cain is annoyed when the doctor says it could take him 18 months to fully recover from his injuries. Sandy shows his disapproval of Ashley and Laurel’s plans for the vow renewal. 7:30 The Adventurer’s Guide to Britain Charlotte Uhlenbroek and Gethin Jones visit the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, spending a night under the stars before exploring the famous smugglers’ caves. 8:00 The Butlin’s Story Documentary celebrating 75 years since Billy Butlin opened his first holiday camp, with contributions from holiday-makers, former Redcoats and those in the entertainment industry. 9:00 The Comedy Annual Comedians talk about the key moments of 2011. 10:00 ITV News at Ten 10:30 Channel News and Weather 10:35 FILM: The Bourne Supremacy (12) (2004) The amnesiac assassin is framed for a botched CIA operation and faces a fight for survival as he tries to uncover his past. Action thriller sequel, with Matt Damon and Brian Cox. 12:35 Countrywise (R) 1:00 Nightwatch with Steve Scott: Mystery (R) 1:50 Nightwatch with Steve Scott: Crime; (R) ITV News Headlines 3:05 Kojak (R) 3:55 ITV Nightscreen

6:15 The Treacle People (R) 6:25 The Hoobs (R) 6:50 The Hoobs (R) 7:15 Freshly Squeezed 7:45 Perfect Couples 8:10 Everybody Loves Raymond (R) 8:40 Everybody Loves Raymond (R) 9:10 Frasier (R) 9:40 The Big Bang Theory (R) 10:10 The Big Bang Theory (R) 10:40 The Simpsons (R) 11:10 The Simpsons (R) 11:40 FILM: Swiss Family Robinson (U) (1960) Disney adventure, starring John Mills. 2:10 FILM: Cheaper By the Dozen 2 (PG) (2005) Comedy sequel, starring Steve Martin. 4:00 Deal or No Deal: Deal Panto 5:00 Christmas Coach Trip 5:30 Come Dine with Me 6:00 The Simpsons (R) 6:30 Hollyoaks 7:00 Channel 4 News 7:55 4thought.tv 8:00 The Food Hospital Shaw Somers delivers bad news to a woman in denial about the state of her health, and Giovanni Miletto helps a sports enthusiast who suffers from crippling PMS. Last in the series. 9:00 Jamie’s Christmas with Bells On Conclusion. Jamie Oliver brings everything together for the perfect Christmas Day meal, putting a new twist on Brussels sprouts and making tacos and other snacks. 10:00 Home for the Holidays Live big-money entertainment show, hosted by Vernon Kay. 11:05 Black Mirror: 15 Million Merits Dark satire, starring Daniel Kaluuya and Rupert Everett. (R) 12:25 Random Acts (R) 12:30 UK & Ireland Poker Tour 1:30 Sailing 1:55 The MedCup 2011 (R) 2:25 Beach Volleyball 3:15 KOTV Boxing Weekly 3:45 Survival of the Fittest (R) 4:35 Freeze Festival 2011 (R) 5:30 Scrapheap Challenge (R)

6:00 Milkshake! 9:50 Disney’s 12 Days of Christmas: Pooh’s Balloon 10:00 ThunderCats 10:35 Meerkat Manor (R) 11:05 Ice Road Truckers (R) 12:05 The Gadget Show (R) 1:05 5 News Lunchtime 1:10 Animal Rescue Squad (R) 1:25 FILM: The Christmas List (PG) (1997) Fantasy drama, starring Mimi Rogers. 3:10 FILM: Crazy for Christmas (PG) (2005) Family drama, starring Andrea Roth. 5:00 5 News at 5 5:30 Top 20 Aussie Soap Moments 2011 6:00 Eddie Stobart: Trucks and Trailers (R) 6:55 Disney’s 12 Days of Christmas: Pluto’s Sweater 7:00 World’s Strongest Man 2011: Qualifiers New series. James Richardson and Caroline Pearce present action from the first qualifying heat, staged in Istanbul; 5 News Update 8:00 Monster Moves Engineers design a transporter to move a fragile 100-ton telescope through the driest desert on Earth on its way to a mountain plateau in Chile. Last in the series; 5 News at 9 9:00 CSI: Miami Fugitive Jack Toller is captured, but when he escapes again en route back to prison, his second bid for freedom has dire consequences for Natalia and Horatio. Last in the series. 10:00 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Langston investigates a murder on his first day with the team. (R) 10:55 CSI: Miami A man is killed by an assailant using home-made hand grenades. (R) 11:55 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation A triple murder case haunts Catherine. (R) 12:50 SuperCasino 3:55 Meals in Moments (R) 4:05 The Gadget Show (R) 4:55 County Secrets (R) 5:05 HouseBusters (R) 5:35 HouseBusters (R)

7:00 Doctor Who Part one of two. The Doctor’s deadliest foe returns. 8:00 Don’t Tell the Bride: Christmas Revenge 9:00 Don’t Tell the Bride: Christmas Special An Alice in Wonderland-themed festive wedding in New York. 10:00 EastEnders 10:30 Russell Howard’s Good News 11:00 Family Guy 12:10 American Dad! 12:50 Don’t Tell the Bride: Christmas Special 1:50 Don’t Tell the Bride: Christmas Revenge 2:50 How Not to Live Your Life 3:50 White Van Man 4:50 Mongrels 5:20 Close

7:00 Timeshift: The Golden Age of Coach Travel The history of coach transport. 8:00 Top of the Pops 1976: Christmas Day Special 9:00 Jerusalem on a Plate Yotam Ottolenghi explores the culinary culture of Jerusalem. 10:00 Cruel Sea: The Penlee Lifeboat Disaster 11:00 The Secret Life of Ice 12:00 Jerusalem: The Making of a Holy City 1:00 Jerusalem on a Plate 2:00 Timeshift: The Golden Age of Coach Travel 3:00 Top of the Pops 1976: Christmas Day Special 3:50 Close

6:00 Sherlock Holmes: The Last Vampyre 7:55 Agatha Christie’s Marple 10:00 Agatha Christie’s Poirot 12:15 Film: Columbo: It’s All in the Game (PG) (1993) 2:20 Film: Carry On Matron (PG) (1972) Comedy, starring Sid James. 4:05 On the Buses 4:40 Agatha Christie’s Marple 6:40 Agatha Christie’s Poirot 9:00 A Touch of Frost 11:00 Agatha Christie’s Poirot 1:10 Numb3rs 1:55 Rising Damp Christmas Special 2:20 Drama Trails 2:30 ITV3 Nightscreen 3:00 Teleshopping

6:00 The Professionals 6:50 The Sweeney 7:40 Minder 8:40 The Fall Guy 9:45 Batman 10:45 The Professionals 11:50 The Saint 12:50 Minder 1:50 The Sweeney 2:50 The Fall Guy 3:55 Batman 4:55 The Professionals 5:55 Quantum Leap 6:55 Minder 8:00 River Monsters 9:00 Film: Rocky II (PG) (1979) Drama. 11:25 Film: Rocky III (PG) (1982) 1:30 Back on the Job: Christian O’Connell 2:25 Sports Mash: Taking the Mic 2:50 ITV4 Nightscreen 3:00 Teleshopping

6:00 The Zoo UK 7:00 Brainiac: Science Abuse 8:00 The Real A&E 10:00 Bite Size Brainiac 10:15 Film: Dazzle (U) (1999) Fantasy comedy, starring Maxwell Caulfield and Chantelle Stander. 12:00 Lie to Me 1:00 The Real A&E 8:00 Nothing to Declare 9:00 Brit Cops: Zero Tolerance Documentary series following Britain’s police. 10:00 Cop Squad 12:00 The Real A&E 1:00 Real Filth Fighters 1:50 Luton Airport 2:40 Liza and Huey’s Pet Nation 3:30 Wives 4:20 Wedding SOS 5:10 Guilty!

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Issue 111, Friday, 16th December 2011 Tuesday, 20th December

2011

Tuesday 20th

TV GUIDE

Pick of the Day 6:00 Brainiac: Science Abuse (R) 7:00 The Glee Project (R) 8:00 Inside Gatwick (R) 9:00 Raising Hope (R) 9:30 Raising Hope (R) 10:00 Futurama (R) 10:30 Futurama (R) 11:00 Modern Family (R) 11:30 Modern Family (R) 12:00 The Middle (R) 12:30 The Middle (R) 1:00 Futurama (R) 1:30 Futurama (R) 2:00 Safebreakers (R) 3:00 Chris & Wes: Let’s Do This (R) 3:30 Glenn Martin, DDS (R) 4:00 Inside Gatwick (R) 5:00 The Simpsons (R) 5:30 The Simpsons (R) 6:00 Chris & Wes: Let’s Do This 6:30 The Simpsons (R) 7:00 The Simpsons Marge and Homer go on a second honeymoon. (R) 7:30 The Simpsons Homer tells the story of his first love. (R) 8:00 Rags to Riches Holiday A family that cannot afford a holiday abroad is treated to an all-expenses-paid stay in a five-star-hotel resort. 9:00 Alan Davies’s Little Cracker The comedian is charged under the Dangerous Dogs Act. 9:15 Shappi Khorsandi’s Little Cracker A 10-year-old Shappi claims her brother is friends with Grange Hill star Todd Carty. 9:30 Trollied Leanne visits the store during her maternity leave. (R) 10:00 An Idiot Abroad 2 Karl Pilkington returns with the unconventional travel show. (R) 11:00 A League of Their Own (R) 12:00 Spartacus: Blood and Sand (R) 1:15 Road Wars (R) 2:15 Mental (R) 3:10 Mental (R) 4:00 Modern Family: Sofia Vergara Interview (R) 4:10 Modern Family: Julie Bowen Interview (R) 4:20 Fat Pets, Fat Owners (R) 5:10 A Different Breed (R)

6:00 Coronation Street (R) 6:25 Emmerdale (R) 6:50 The Planet’s Funniest Animals (R) 7:20 Pushing Daisies (R) 8:05 Judge Judy (R) 9:25 Beauty and the Geek (R) 10:30 Judge Judy (R) 12:00 Coronation Street (R) 12:30 Emmerdale (R) 1:00 The Planet’s Funniest Animals (R) 1:30 The Jeremy Kyle Show: Five Days of Christmas (R) 2:35 The Jeremy Kyle Show (R) 3:40 Beauty and the Geek (R) 4:35 Loose Women (R) 5:30 Cinderella Star-studded panto, with Samantha Womack. (R) 7:00 Peter Andre: My Life The singer returns to the Australian jungle to appear on I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here Now! and cameras go behind the scenes as he gives an interview to Piers Morgan. (R) 8:00 FILM: The Nutty Professor (PG) (1996) A shy, overweight professor invents a potion that transforms him into a slim, loud-mouthed charmer. Comedy remake, starring Eddie Murphy, Jada Pinkett Smith and James Coburn. Includes FYI Daily. 10:00 The Only Way Is EsseXmas Festive edition of the reality show, focusing on the stars’ preparations for Christmas. Jess and Joey are still reeling from their kiss and Arg is planning a regal birthday party. 11:00 FILM: Forgetting Sarah Marshall (15) (2008) A jilted man takes a trip to Hawaii, only to find his ex and her new boyfriend are staying at the same resort. Romantic comedy, with Jason Segel, Kristen Bell and Russell Brand. Includes FYI Daily. 1:15 Emmerdale (R) 1:45 The Black Donnellys (R) 2:30 The Black Donnellys (R) 3:15 Teleshopping 4:15 Gossip Girl (R) 5:00 Gossip Girl (R) 5:45 ITV2 Nightscreen

6:00 One Tree Hill (R) 6:45 Ugly Betty (R) 7:35 Wildfire (R) 8:25 One Tree Hill (R) 9:20 Gilmore Girls (R) 10:15 Ugly Betty (R) 11:10 Desperate Housewives (R) 12:05 Greek (R) 1:05 Scrubs (R) 1:35 Scrubs (R) 2:05 Hollyoaks (R) 2:40 Gilmore Girls (R) 3:35 Desperate Housewives (R) 4:35 Rules of Engagement (R) 5:00 Scrubs (R) 5:25 Scrubs (R) 6:00 The Big Bang Theory (R) 6:30 The Big Bang Theory (R) 7:00 Hollyoaks Brendan and Warren clash as Nancy struggles to contain a shocking revelation. 7:35 How I Met Your Mother Ted receives a shock at the cinema. (R) 8:00 David Blaine: What Is Magic? The illusionist performs amazing feats across America, impressing actor Orlando Bloom in New York, and seemingly catching a bullet in his mouth fired from a .22-calibre gun. (R) 9:00 Rude Tube Alex Zane continues the run of six countdowns with Rude Tunes. The penultimate show features a U2 cover, a psychedelic video and more of the most outrageous musical clips online. (R) 10:00 Tool Academy The final challenge arrives in the form of a maturity test. 11:05 Tool Academy: The Yearbook Rick Edwards celebrates memorable moments from the show. Last in the series. 12:10 PhoneShop (R) 12:45 The IT Crowd (R) 1:10 The Big Bang Theory (R) 1:35 The Big Bang Theory (R) 2:00 Scrubs (R) 2:25 Alan Carr: Chatty Man (R) 3:20 Rude Tube (R) 4:15 Scrubs (R) 4:35 How I Met Your Mother (R) 5:00 Wildfire (R)

6:00 Good Morning Sports Fans 7:00 Good Morning Sports Fans 8:00 Good Morning Sports Fans 9:00 Football League 10:30 Premier League Review 11:30 Netbusters 12:00 SPL Round-Up 12:30 Football League 2:00 Premier League Review 3:00 Netbusters 3:30 Football League 5:00 Premier League Review 6:00 Revista De La Liga 7:00 Sky Sports News at Seven A round-up of the day’s sports news. 7:30 Live Football Special Blackburn Rovers v Bolton Wanderers (Kick-off 8.00pm). 10:15 Football Special 11:15 A League of Their Own 12:15 Revista De La Liga 1:15 Football Special 2:15 Football Asia 2:45 Football’s Greatest 3:15 Revista De La Liga 4:15 Sky Sports Classics 4:30 Football Special 5:30 Football Asia

6:00 The X Files 7:00 Star Trek: Voyager 8:00 Star Trek: Enterprise 9:00 ER 11:00 The X Files 12:00 Star Trek: Voyager 1:00 Star Trek: Enterprise 2:00 ER 4:00 Star Trek: Enterprise 5:00 Star Trek: Voyager 6:00 ER 8:00 Blue Bloods 9:00 Alex Crawford: A Year to Remember 10:00 Enlightened 10:35 Hung 11:10 In Treatment 12:20 Angels in America 1:35 Blue Bloods 2:35 In Treatment 3:40 Enlightened 4:15 Hung 4:50 The King’s Speech Special 5:05 The X Files

6:00 Teleshopping 1:00 Burn Notice 2:55 Knight Rider 4:50 Film: Fly Away Home (U) (1996) Family adventure, starring Jeff Daniels and Anna Paquin. 7:00 The Mentalist Jane is confronted by charismatic cult leader Bret Stiles. 8:00 Film: Groundhog Day (PG) (1993) An obnoxious TV weatherman is trapped in a time loop and forced to relive the same day until he becomes a better person. Comedy, with Bill Murray and Andie MacDowell. 10:00 Alphas 11:00 The Mentalist 12:00 Teleshopping

6:00 Teleshopping 12:00 Inside Hollywood 12:10 Film: What Kind of Mother Are You? (PG) (1996) Fact-based drama, starring Mel Harris. 2:00 Film: Noel (PG) (2004) Drama, starring Susan Sarandon. 4:00 Human Target 4:55 Inside Hollywood 5:00 Human Target 6:00 Law & Order The team searches for a missing baby. 6:55 Inside Hollywood Magazine show. 7:00 CSI: Miami 9:00 NCIS 11:00 Human Target A man suspects his wife is a Russian spy. 12:00 True Justice 1:00 Close

7:05 Seaside Rescue 7:35 TOTP2 8:00 Top Gear 10:00 Michael Palin’s New Europe 11:00 Dragons’ Den 12:00 Top Gear 2:00 Michael Palin’s New Europe 3:00 Red Dwarf 3:40 Have I Got News for You 4:20 QI 5:00 Top Gear 7:00 Man v Food 8:00 Jo Brand’s Big Splash 9:00 QI XL With Andy Hamilton, Rich Hall, Phill Jupitus and Alan Davies. 10:00 Mock the Week 10:40 Argumental 11:20 Russell Howard Live 12:50 QI XL 1:40 Mock the Week 2:10 Star Stories 2:35 Speeders 3:00 Close

6:00 Aerobics Oz Style 6:30 Kings of the Snow 7:00 WWE: Afterburn 8:00 Soccer AM: The Best Bits 9:00 Kings of the Snow 9:30 British Junior Carp Championship 2011 10:30 Darts 3:00 Great Run Series 3:30 Wild Spirits 4:00 Show Jumping 5:00 Squash 6:00 Badminton 7:00 Live Darts The 2012 PDC World Championship. 11:30 Golf 12:00 Golf 12:30 European Seniors Tour Golf 1:30 Badminton 2:30 Ten Pin Bowling 3:30 Close

7:00 Show Jumping 8:00 PGA Tour Classic 9:00 Wonderful World of Golf 10:30 Great Run Series 11:00 Racing News 11:30 Aerobics Oz Style 12:00 Soccer AM: The Best Bits 1:00 Show Jumping 2:00 Kings of the Snow 2:30 Aerobics Oz Style 3:00 Soccer AM: The Best Bits 4:00 WWE: Smackdown 6:00 Golf 6:30 Golf 7:00 European Seniors Tour Golf 8:00 British Basketball Plymouth Raiders v Glasgow Rocks. 10:00 European Seniors Tour Golf 11:00 Sports Unlimited 12:00 British Basketball 2:00 Thinking Tackle 3:00 Close

Imagine: The Art of Stand-Up 10.35pm on BBC one Alan Yentob concludes his look at funny business, exploring the evolution of stand-up comedy and how it transfers to other mediums. Among the comics he meets is stream-ofconsciousness master Eddie Izzard.

Rev 9.30pm on BBC TWO Adam prepares for his first Christmas in London, but soon discovers St Saviour’s is a world away from his sleepy old parish in Suffolk. The Archdeacon is on his back to maximise profits, the diary is packed with unusual events and he is up at the crack of dawn every morning to cook breakfast at the homeless shelter.

The Comedy Annual 9.00pm on itv 1 Comedians including Jason Manford, Jason Byrne and Patrick Monahan deliver their verdict on the highs and lows of 2011. Presented by Phillip Schofield.

11:00 Carry On Up the Khyber (PG) (1968) 12:45 Cheaper By the Dozen (U) (1950) 2:25 Miracle on 34th Street (U) (1947) 4:15 Pom Poko (PG) (1994) 6:40 The Day After Tomorrow (12) (2004) Thriller, starring Jake Gyllenhaal. 9:00 Nowhere Boy (15) (2009) Biopic, starring Aaron Johnson. 10:50 AVP: Alien vs Predator (15) (2004) Thriller, starring Sanaa Lathan. 12:40 The Loved Ones (18) (2009) Horror, starring Xavier Samuel. 2:15 Zoolander (12) (2001) Comedy, starring Ben Stiller. 3:55 Close

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Issue 111, Friday, 16th December Wednesday, 21st2011 December

2011

Wednesday 21st

TV GUIDE

6:00 Breakfast 9:15 Rip Off Britain 10:00 Homes Under the Hammer (R) 10:58 BBC News; Weather 11:00 Real Rescues (R) 11:30 Cash in the Attic 12:13 BBC News; Weather 12:15 Bargain Hunt (R) 1:00 BBC News; Weather 1:30 Regional News; Weather 1:40 Only Fools and Horses (R) 2:30 Helicopter Heroes (R) 3:15 Escape to the Country (R) 3:45 Hairy Bikers’ Best of British 4:30 Flog It! (R) 5:15 Pointless (R) 6:00 BBC News; Weather 6:30 Spotlight; Weather 7:00 The One Show Topical stories, hosted by Alex Jones and Matt Baker. 7:30 Nigel Slater’s Simple Christmas The cook celebrates well-loved Christmas dishes; BBC News: Regional News 8:30 The Impressions Show with Culshaw and Stephenson Highlights from the third series of the comedy sketch show. Jon Culshaw and Debra Stephenson portray a host of celebrities including Matt Baker and John Torode. Last in the series. (R) 9:00 The Royle Family Festive comedy from 2010. The couch-potato clan invite neighbours Joe and Cheryl over for Christmas dinner. (R) 10:00 BBC News 10:25 Regional News; Weather 10:35 The National Lottery Wednesday Night Draws Jenni Falconer presents. 10:45 Match of the Day Including highlights of Aston Villa v Arsenal; National Lottery Update 12:05 A Question of Sport Christmas Special (R) 12:35 Weatherview 12:40 Sign Zone: See Hear (R) 1:10 Sign Zone: Country Tracks (R) 2:10 Sign Zone: The Hairy Bikers’ Christmas Party (R) 3:10 Sign Zone: MasterChef: The Professionals (R) 4:10 BBC News

6:00 CBeebies 7:00 CBBC 9:10 FILM: Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo (U) (1977) Disney comedy adventure sequel, starring Dean Jones. 10:50 Lifeline (R) 11:00 The Hairy Bikers’ Christmas Party (R) 12:00 Restoration Home (R) 1:00 Weakest Link (R) 1:45 To Buy or Not to Buy (R) 2:30 FILM: Mackenna’s Gold (PG) (1969) Western, starring Gregory Peck. 4:35 Coast (R) 5:15 Antiques Road Trip (R) 6:00 Celebrity Eggheads 6:30 Nigella’s Christmas Kitchen (R) 7:00 Christmas University Challenge Magdalen College, Oxford, battles against University College London for a place in the semi-finals. Hosted by Jeremy Paxman, with contestants Alan Hollinghurst and Fiona Armstrong. 7:30 Top of the Pops 2: Christmas Special Mark Radcliffe presents Christmas music from the BBC archive. 9:00 Rick Stein’s Spanish Christmas The chef takes inspiration from a recent culinary tour of Spain to create a series of dinner-table feasts, including clams with serrano ham and sherry, and lamb-stuffed aubergines. 10:00 Ruth Jones’ Christmas Cracker The actress and writer is joined by James Corden, Lulu and Micky Flanagan on a festive chat show. Featuring music by Manic Street Preachers. 10:40 Grumpy Guide to Christmas Geoffrey Palmer narrates as real-life Scrooges, including Ozzy Osbourne, Al Murray, Ronni Ancona and John Thomson, vent their collective spleen about the festive season. (R) 11:40 QI With Phill Jupitus, Rich Hall, Jimmy Carr and Alan Davies. (R) 12:10 Life’s Too Short (R) 12:40 The Grumpy Guide to Work (R) 1:10 FILM: Scarlet Street (PG) (1945) Drama, starring Edward G Robinson and Joan Bennett. 2:50 BBC News 4:10 Close

5:30 ITV Morning News 6:00 Daybreak 8:30 Lorraine 9:25 The Jeremy Kyle Show: Five Days of Christmas 10:30 This Morning 12:30 Loose Women 1:30 ITV News 1:55 Channel News and Weather 2:00 May the Best House Win 3:00 Midsomer Murders (R) 4:59 Channel Weather 5:00 Best Dish: The Chefs 6:00 Channel Report; Weather 6:30 ITV News 6:59 Destination Report 7:00 Emmerdale Ashley is furious to discover Nicola and Jimmy know about Laurel and Marlon, and confronts his wife. Gennie forces Nikhil to address his increasingly unreasonable behaviour. 7:30 Downton Abbey: Behind the Drama The making of Julian Fellowes’ critically acclaimed series, featuring interviews with the main cast and behind-the-scenes insights at Highclere Castle. Narrated by Hugh Bonneville. A feature-length episode of Downton Abbey can be seen on Christmas Day at 9pm. 8:30 A Night of Heroes: The Military Awards 2011 Presented by Phillip Schofield and Amanda Holden. 10:00 ITV News at Ten 10:30 Channel News and Weather 10:35 Michael Bublé: Home for Christmas One-off special in which the Canadian crooner entertains an audience, performing classic festive songs from his Christmas album and duetting with The X Factor’s Kelly Rowland. (R) 12:00 Grimefighters (R) 12:25 Countrywise (R) 12:50 Nightwatch with Steve Scott: Crime (R) 1:40 Nightwatch with Steve Scott: Mystery; (R) ITV News Headlines 2:30 FILM: Barb Wire (18) (1996) Sci-fi thriller, starring Pamela Anderson and Jack Noseworthy. 4:05 ITV Nightscreen

6:25 The Hoobs (R) 6:50 The Hoobs (R) 7:15 Freshly Squeezed 7:40 Perfect Couples 8:00 Everybody Loves Raymond (R) 8:30 Everybody Loves Raymond (R) 9:00 Frasier (R) 9:30 The Big Bang Theory (R) 10:00 The Big Bang Theory (R) 10:30 The Simpsons (R) 11:00 The Simpsons (R) 11:30 FILM: Freaky Friday (U) (1976) Comedy, starring Jodie Foster. 1:25 FILM: Oliver Twist (PG) (2005) Dickens drama, starring Ben Kingsley and Barney Clark. 4:00 Deal or No Deal: Deal Panto 5:00 Christmas Coach Trip 5:30 Come Dine with Me 6:00 The Simpsons (R) 6:30 Hollyoaks 7:00 Channel 4 News 7:55 4thought.tv 8:00 Kirstie’s Home for Christmas In the second of two programmes, Kirstie Allsopp attends an annual Christmas fair, complete with yule log competition, with all the craft-making friends she met during the summer. 9:00 Obsessive Compulsive Hoarder A man whose hoarding puts his health in danger. 10:00 Home for the Holidays Live big-money entertainment show, hosted by Vernon Kay. 11:05 Black Mirror: The Entire History of You Horror, written by Peep Show co-creator Jesse Armstrong. Last in the series. (R) 12:10 Random Acts 12:15 Music on 4: Live from Abbey Road 1:00 Music on 4: Example Backstage (R) 1:30 Music on 4: The Album Chart Show: Spotlight 1:45 Comedy Lab: Anna & Katy 2:10 FILM: Heat and Dust (PG) (1982) Drama, starring Julie Christie. 4:25 World War II: The Last Heroes (R) 5:20 Brothers & Sisters (R)

6:00 Milkshake! 9:50 Disney’s 12 Days of Christmas: Winnie the Pooh – Pooh and Gopher 10:00 ThunderCats 10:35 Meerkat Manor (R) 11:05 World’s Strongest Man 2011: Qualifiers (R) 12:05 Ice Road Truckers (R) 1:05 5 News Lunchtime 1:15 Animal Rescue Squad (R) 1:35 FILM: Eloise at the Plaza (PG) (2003) Children’s adventure, starring Julie Andrews. 3:15 FILM: A Carol Christmas (PG) (2003) Festive comedy drama, starring Tori Spelling. 5:00 5 News at 5 5:30 Top 20 Aussie Soap Moments 2011 6:00 Eddie Stobart: Trucks and Trailers (R) 6:50 Disney’s 12 Days of Christmas: Mickey and the Seal (R) 7:00 World’s Strongest Man 2011: Qualifiers The second qualifier, from London’s ExCel Arena; 5 News Update 8:00 Cowboy Builders Melinda Messenger and Dominic Littlewood visit Dorset, where they help a grandmother who was defrauded while she recovered from cancer; (R) 5 News at 9 9:00 FILM: Bad Santa (15) (2004) A crook takes a job as an in-store Santa with a view to robbing his employers, but a bullied kid interferes with his plans. Black comedy, starring Billy Bob Thornton and Tony Cox. 11:00 FILM: The Brothers Solomon (15) (2007) Premiere. Two socially inept genius brothers become convinced their comatose father needs a grandchild, and look for a surrogate mother. Comedy, with Will Arnett and Will Forte. 12:50 Poker: The Big Game 1:50 SuperCasino 4:00 Meals in Moments (R) 4:10 Wildlife SOS (R) 4:35 Wildlife SOS (R) 5:00 County Secrets (R) 5:10 HouseBusters (R) 5:35 House Doctor (R)

7:00 Doctor Who Part two of two. The Master’s plans hurtle out of control. 8:15 Top Gear With Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz. 9:00 Great Movie Mistakes III: Not in 3D The most memorable film mishaps of the past year. 11:00 Russell Howard’s Good News The comedian’s perspective on the news. 11:30 Family Guy 12:15 American Dad! 1:00 Great Movie Mistakes III: Not in 3D 3:00 How Not to Live Your Life 3:30 Mongrels 4:30 Don’t Tell the Bride: Christmas Special 5:30 Close

7:00 Timeshift: Last Days of Steam Britain’s investment in new steam locomotives in the 1950s. 8:00 Night on Film – An A-Z of the Dark A compilation of footage about nocturnal life. 9:00 The Art of the Night A history of paintings created at night. 10:00 Night Music: Songs After Dark Featuring Patti Smith, the xx, Gregory Isaacs and REM. 11:00 Timeshift: Last Days of Steam 12:00 The Killing II 2:00 Night on Film – An A-Z of the Dark 3:00 The Art of the Night 4:05 Close

6:00 Film: Tea with Mussolini (PG) (1999) 8:15 Agatha Christie’s Marple 10:15 Agatha Christie’s Poirot 12:30 Film: Columbo: Ashes to Ashes (PG) (1998) Drama, starring Peter Falk. 2:30 Film: Carry On Screaming (PG) (1966) Comedy, starring Kenneth Williams. 4:25 On the Buses 5:00 Goodbye Mr Chips 7:00 Film: Forever Young (PG) (1992) Sci-fi drama, with Mel Gibson. 9:00 Lewis 11:00 An Audience with Freddie Starr 12:00 Agatha Christie’s Poirot 1:10 Kavanagh QC 3:00 Teleshopping

6:00 Film File 6:10 The Professionals 7:00 Minder 7:50 The Saint 8:50 The Fall Guy 9:50 Batman 10:50 The Professionals 11:50 Quantum Leap 12:50 The Saint 1:50 Minder 2:50 The Fall Guy 3:50 Batman 4:55 The Professionals 5:55 Quantum Leap 6:55 The Sweeney 8:00 River Monsters 9:00 Film: Rocky III (PG) (1982) Drama, starring Sylvester Stallone. 11:00 Film: Rocky IV (PG) (1985) 12:55 Film: The Quest (18) (1996) 2:45 Film File 2:55 ITV4 Nightscreen 3:00 Teleshopping

6:00 The Zoo UK 7:00 Brainiac: Science Abuse 8:00 The Real A&E 9:00 Customs 10:00 Bite Size Brainiac 10:15 Film: Merlin: The Return (PG) (2000) Magical fantasy, starring Rik Mayall. 12:00 Lie to Me 1:00 Customs 3:00 Customs UK 6:00 Riverdance in Beijing 8:00 Nothing to Declare 9:00 Lie to Me 10:00 Cop Squad 12:00 The Real A&E 1:00 Real Filth Fighters 1:50 Luton Airport 2:40 Liza and Huey’s Pet Nation 3:30 Polygamous Wives 4:20 Wedding SOS 5:10 Guilty!

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Wednesday 21st

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Pick of the Day 6:00 Best of Brainiac: Science Abuse (R) 7:00 The Glee Project (R) 8:00 Inside Gatwick (R) 9:00 Raising Hope (R) 9:30 Raising Hope (R) 10:00 Futurama (R) 10:30 Futurama (R) 11:00 Modern Family (R) 11:30 Modern Family (R) 12:00 The Middle (R) 12:30 The Middle (R) 1:00 Futurama (R) 1:30 Futurama (R) 2:00 Safebreakers (R) 3:00 Chris & Wes: Let’s Do This (R) 3:30 Glenn Martin, DDS 4:00 Inside Gatwick (R) 5:00 The Simpsons (R) 5:30 The Simpsons Mr Burns suffers from amnesia. (R) 6:00 Chris & Wes: Let’s Do This 6:30 The Simpsons (R) 7:00 The Simpsons A psychiatrist recommends the family rehomes Santa’s Little Helper. (R) 7:30 The Simpsons Krusty gets elected to Congress. 8:00 Christmas Emergency with Angela Griffin Festive edition of the series. 9:00 John Bishop’s Little Cracker A 13-year-old John sells teddy bears door-to-door. 9:15 Sheridan Smith’s Little Cracker A six-year-old Sheridan dreams of being a star. 9:30 The Cafe The Cyril’s regulars hold a surprise party for Carol. Last in the series. 10:00 An Idiot Abroad 2 (R) 11:00 A League of Their Own (R) 12:00 Spartacus: Blood and Sand (R) 1:05 Cop Squad (R) 2:05 Mental (R) 2:55 The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Special 3:10 Mental (R) 4:05 Modern Family: Julie Bowen Interview (R) 4:15 Hello Goodbye (R) 5:10 A Different Breed (R)

6:00 Emmerdale (R) 6:25 Pushing Daisies (R) 7:15 Nanny 911 (R) 8:05 Judge Judy (R) 9:25 Beauty and the Geek (R) 10:30 Judge Judy (R) 12:00 Emmerdale (R) 12:30 Nanny 911 Two boys with a fear of being left alone. (R) 1:30 The Jeremy Kyle Show: Five Days of Christmas Guests air their differences. (R) 2:30 The Jeremy Kyle Show Guests air their differences. (R) 3:35 Holiday Showdown Breaks in Bordeaux and Devon. (R) 4:35 Loose Women (R) 5:30 Aladdin Performance of the classic pantomime at the Wimbledon Theatre in London, featuring an all-star cast headed by Ed Byrne, Julian Clary, Martin Clunes, Patsy Kensit and Lisa Riley. (R) 7:05 FILM: A Cinderella Story (PG) (2004) An unhappy teenager at the beck and call of a selfish stepmother and her nasty daughters finds hope through an online romance. Comedy, starring Hilary Duff. Including FYI Daily. 9:00 Peter Andre: My Life at Christmas In a seasonal edition of the reality show, Peter attempts to organise the perfect feast for his nearest and dearest and his children write their notes to Santa Claus. 10:00 Perez Hilton Superfan: Kelly Rowland Gossip blogger Perez Hilton spends time with X Factor judge and former Destiny’s Child member Kelly Rowland, who chats about her friendship with Beyonce. 11:00 FILM: Catwoman (12) (2004) A murdered graphic designer returns to life as a wily avenger with the strength and agility of a cat. Adventure, starring Halle Berry. Includes FYI Daily. 1:05 Emmerdale (R) 1:30 The Vampire Diaries (R) 2:15 Dick Whittington (R) 3:30 Teleshopping 5:00 Gossip Girl (R) 5:45 ITV2 Nightscreen

6:00 One Tree Hill (R) 6:45 Ugly Betty (R) 7:35 Wildfire (R) 8:25 One Tree Hill (R) 9:25 Gilmore Girls (R) 10:20 Ugly Betty (R) 11:15 Desperate Housewives (R) 12:10 Greek (R) 1:05 Scrubs (R) 1:35 Scrubs (R) 2:05 Hollyoaks (R) 2:40 Gilmore Girls (R) 3:35 Desperate Housewives (R) 4:30 Rules of Engagement (R) 5:00 Scrubs (R) 5:25 Scrubs (R) 6:00 The Big Bang Theory (R) 6:30 The Big Bang Theory (R) 7:00 Hollyoaks Darren prepares to close Mobs for good, the McQueens help Mercedes put together the perfect Christmas meal for Riley, and cracks begin to appear in Mitzeee and Brendan’s plans. 7:30 How I Met Your Mother Lily realises she still has doubts about becoming a parent. (R) 8:00 Charlie’s Angels The crimefighters go undercover in a Cuban women’s prison where the inmates are being kidnapped and sold as prostitutes. 9:00 FILM: Drillbit Taylor (12) (2008) Three kids hire a bodyguard to get them through high school in one piece, but find he is not the hardened soldier he claims to be. Comedy, starring Owen Wilson and Leslie Mann. 10:55 Misfits Faces from the gang’s past come back to life. Last in the series. (R) 11:55 The Big Bang Theory Sheldon bans Penny from the apartment. (R) 12:25 The Big Bang Theory (R) 12:55 Scrubs (R) 1:25 Scrubs (R) 1:50 How I Met Your Mother (R) 2:15 Charlie’s Angels (R) 3:00 Alan Carr: Chatty Man (R) 3:55 Rules of Engagement (R) 4:15 Wildfire (R) 4:55 Switched (R) 5:20 Switched (R)

6:00 The X Files 7:00 Star Trek: Voyager 8:00 Star Trek: Enterprise 9:00 ER 11:00 The X Files 12:00 Star Trek: Voyager 1:00 Star Trek: Enterprise 2:00 ER 4:00 Star Trek: Enterprise 5:00 Star Trek: Voyager 6:00 ER 8:00 The Devil’s Dinner Party Psychological game show. 9:00 The Sopranos Paulie is released from jail. 10:15 Boardwalk Empire 11:25 The Devil’s Dinner Party 12:25 The Sopranos 1:40 Big Love 2:50 This Is Jinsy 3:20 Blue Bloods 4:20 The X Files

6:00 Teleshopping 1:00 Burn Notice 2:55 Knight Rider 4:55 Film: Groundhog Day (PG) (1993) Comedy, starring Bill Murray. 7:00 The Mentalist 8:55 5* Access Showbiz gossip. 9:00 The Mentalist The team investigates the murder of a police chief. 10:00 Film: The Bachelor (12) (1999) A man learns he will inherit a fortune if he gets married within 24 hours, so tracks down his exes in search of a bride. Romantic comedy, with Chris O’Donnell and Renee Zellweger. 12:00 Teleshopping

6:00 Teleshopping 12:00 Whose Line Is It Anyway? 12:30 Film: The National Tree (PG) (2009) Drama, starring Andrew McCarthy. 2:15 Film: All I Want for Christmas (12) (2007) Drama, starring Gail O’Grady. 4:00 Human Target 6:00 Law & Order 6:55 Inside Hollywood 7:00 CSI: Miami 8:55 Inside Hollywood 9:00 Human Target 10:00 Film: Quarantine (18) (2008) Premiere. Horror remake, starring Jennifer Carpenter. 11:45 True Justice 12:50 Inside Hollywood 1:00 Close

6:00 Good Morning Sports Fans 7:00 Good Morning Sports Fans 8:00 Good Morning Sports Fans 9:00 Football Special 10:00 Revista De La Liga 11:00 Football Asia 11:30 Football Special 12:30 Revista De La Liga 1:30 Football Asia 2:00 Football Special 3:00 Revista De La Liga 4:00 Football Asia 4:30 FIFA Futbol Mundial 5:00 Trans World Sport 6:00 A League Football 6:30 FIFA Futbol Mundial 7:00 Sky Sports News at Seven A round-up of the day’s sports news. 7:30 Live Football Special Wigan Athletic v Liverpool (Kick-off 8.00pm). 10:15 Football First 11:45 Football First 1:15 Football First 2:45 FIFA Futbol Mundial 3:15 Football’s Greatest 3:45 Trans World Sport 4:45 European Tour Golf 5:45 Sky Sports Classics

6:00 Aerobics Oz Style 6:30 Kings of the Snow 7:00 WWE Vintage Collection 8:00 Thinking Tackle 9:00 Squash 10:00 Aerobics Oz Style 10:30 Darts 3:00 British Basketball 5:00 NFL: Total Access All the latest news surrounding the high-profile world of the NFL. 6:00 European Tour Golf The European Tour Qualifying School. 7:00 Live Darts The 2012 PDC World Championship. 11:30 European Tour Golf 12:30 Asian Tour Golf Show 1:00 Wild Spirits 1:30 Close

6:00 Badminton 7:00 Ten Pin Bowling 8:00 Sports Unlimited 9:00 British Basketball 11:00 Racing News 11:30 Aerobics Oz Style 12:00 Ten Pin Bowling 1:00 Sports Unlimited 2:00 Kings of the Snow 2:30 Golf 3:00 Sports Unlimited 4:00 European Seniors Tour Golf 5:00 WWE: Bottom Line 6:00 WWE: Afterburn 7:00 Watersports World 8:00 Trans World Sport 9:00 European Tour Golf The European Tour Qualifying School. 10:00 Cage Fighter 10:30 Trans World Sport 11:30 Cage Fighter 12:00 Premier League Bowls 1:00 Extreme Carp 1:30 Close

7:05 Dragons’ Den 8:00 Top Gear 10:00 Red Dwarf 10:40 Have I Got News for You 11:20 QI 12:00 Top Gear 2:00 Dragons’ Den 3:00 Red Dwarf 3:40 Have I Got News for You 4:20 QI 5:00 Top Gear 7:00 Dragons’ Den Computer mice designed to look like classic cars. 8:00 Jo Brand’s Big Splash A man who can hold his breath for 20 minutes. 9:00 Red Dwarf 11:00 Argumental 11:40 Red Dwarf 1:35 Dragons’ Den 2:25 Psychoville 3:00 Close

Top of the Pops 2: Christmas Special 7.30pm on BBC TWO Mark Radcliffe delves into the BBC archive to find old and recent Christmas music. There is previously lost footage of David Bowie performing The Jean Genie from Top of the Pops in 1973. Also featured is a tribute to Amy Winehouse.

A Night of Heroes: The Military Awards 2011 8.30pm on itv 1 Phillip Schofield and Amanda Holden present the fourth annual gala event from London’s Imperial War Museum, honouring brave and selfless acts by members of Britain’s armed forces. They are joined by a host of stars from the worlds of entertainment and sport.

Obsessive Compulsive Hoarder 9.00pm on Channel 4 A man whose Surrey property is so filled with newspapers and other household items his health and ability to function are threatened.

11:00 Knights of the Round Table (PG) (1953) 1:15 Anna and the King (12) (1999) 4:00 Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind (PG) (1984) 6:20 Star Trek: The Motion Picture (PG) (1979) Adventure, starring William Shatner. 8:50 The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Interview Special 9:00 The Class (15) (2008) Drama, starring Francois Begaudeau. 11:35 AVPR: Aliens vs Predator – Requiem (18) (2007) Sci-fi sequel, starring Steven Pasquale. 1:25 35 Shots of Rum (12) (2008) 3:35 Close

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Issue 111, Friday, 16th December Thursday, 22nd2011 December

2011

Thursday 22nd

TV GUIDE

6:00 Breakfast 9:15 Rip Off Britain 10:00 Homes Under the Hammer (R) 10:58 BBC News; Weather 11:00 Real Rescues (R) 11:30 Cash in the Attic 12:13 BBC News; Weather 12:15 Bargain Hunt (R) 1:00 BBC News; Weather 1:30 Regional News; Weather 1:40 Only Fools and Horses (R) 2:30 Keeping Up Appearances (R) 3:00 Escape to the Country 3:45 Hairy Bikers’ Best of British 4:30 Flog It! (R) 5:15 Pointless (R) 6:00 BBC News; Weather 6:30 Spotlight; Weather 7:00 The One Show Alex Jones, Matt Baker and a team of roving reporters present topical stories from around the UK. 7:30 EastEnders Alfie is convinced Jean needs help after a worrying incident with Shenice – but Kat refuses to consider it. Bianca’s children are upset when Ricky reveals she has to stay in prison. 8:00 Sports Personality of the Year 2011 A review of the year’s sporting highlights. 10:00 BBC News 10:25 Regional News; Weather 10:35 Gavin & Stacey Christmas Special The Wests join the Shipmans on Christmas Eve for one of turkey dinners, but Gavin and Stacey’s announcement dampens the mood. Festive edition of the comedy from 2008. (R) 11:35 FILM: Blades of Glory (12) (2007) Rival figure skaters bury the hatchet after they discover a loophole enabling them to compete in the world championships as a same-sex pair. Comedy, with Will Ferrell and Jon Heder. 1:05 Skiing Weatherview 1:10 Sign Zone: Nigel Slater’s Simple Christmas (R) 2:10 Sign Zone: Rick Stein’s Spanish Christmas (R) 3:10 Sign Zone: Countryfile (R) 4:10 BBC News

6:00 CBeebies 7:00 CBBC 9:30 FILM: Herbie Goes Bananas (U) (1980) Disney adventure, starring Cloris Leachman. 11:00 Rick Stein’s Spanish Christmas (R) 12:00 Restoration Home (R) 1:00 Weakest Link 1:45 To Buy or Not to Buy (R) 2:30 FILM: She Wore a Yellow Ribbon (U) (1949) Western, starring John Wayne. 4:15 Coast (R) 5:15 Antiques Road Trip (R) 6:00 Celebrity Eggheads 6:30 Great British Railway Journeys (R) 7:00 Nigella’s Christmas Kitchen The cook visits Paris to find inspiration for chocolate-based recipes, including rocky road and Christmas pavlova. She also transforms a rib of beef into a festive feast. (R) 7:30 Christmas University Challenge Jeremy Paxman hosts a first-round match between the University of Warwick, lead by Christian Wolmar, and the University of Sheffield, captained by George Ergatoudis. 8:00 Lorraine’s Last Minute Christmas Tips on hosting a festive get-together at short notice. 9:00 FILM: The Young Victoria (PG) (2009) Premiere. In the early years of the queen’s reign, she is drawn into a power struggle and falls in love with her future husband. Drama, with Emily Blunt. 10:40 The Choir: Military Wives Another chance to see the documentary in which Gareth Malone heads to North Devon to form a singing group consisting of the wives and girlfriends of soldiers serving in Afghanistan. Cutdown version of the three-part series shown in November. 12:10 Rev (R) 12:40 FILM: While the City Sleeps (PG) (1956) Thriller, starring Dana Andrews. 2:20 BBC News 4:10 Close

5:30 ITV Morning News 6:00 Daybreak 8:30 Lorraine 9:25 The Jeremy Kyle Show: Five Days of Christmas 10:30 This Morning 12:30 Loose Women 1:30 ITV News 1:55 Channel News and Weather 2:00 May the Best House Win 3:00 Midsomer Murders (R) 4:59 Channel Weather 5:00 Best Dish: The Chefs 6:00 Channel Report; Weather 6:30 ITV News 6:59 Destination Report 7:00 Emmerdale Ashley fails to show up at the church on the day of the vow renewal, while Marlon tells Paddy and Rhona that the married woman he has been seeing is Laurel. 7:30 The Lakes at Christmas In the first of two festive editions of the series, a bride prepares for a fairy-tale wedding at the Langdale Chase and the Penningtons welcome visitors on a Victorian tour. 8:00 Emmerdale Ashley arrives just as Laurel is announcing to the congregation that the ceremony is cancelled. Paddy tries to prevent Marlon getting to the church and interrupting the service. 8:30 Coronation Street Steve brands Becky a murderer. 9:00 Without You Ellie is taken by surprise when Milena Livingstone’s husband Hugo turns up and offers her a clue that unlocks what happened on the night of Greg’s death. Last in the series. 10:00 ITV News at Ten 10:30 Channel News and Weather 10:35 FILM: Tomorrow Never Dies (12) (1997) James Bond spy adventure, starring Pierce Brosnan. 12:45 Studio Jam: The Best Of 1:10 Nightwatch with Steve Scott: Crime (R) 2:00 Nightwatch with Steve Scott: Mystery; (R) ITV News Headlines 2:45 FILM: Serenity (15) (2005) Sci-fi adventure, starring Nathan Fillion. 4:40 ITV Nightscreen

6:10 Sali Mali (R) 6:15 The Hoobs (R) 6:40 The Hoobs (R) 7:05 Freshly Squeezed 7:35 Perfect Couples 7:55 Everybody Loves Raymond (R) 8:25 Everybody Loves Raymond (R) 8:55 Frasier (R) 9:30 Frasier (R) 10:00 The Big Bang Theory (R) 10:30 The Big Bang Theory (R) 11:00 The Simpsons (R) 11:30 The Simpsons (R) 11:55 FILM: Honey, I Shrunk the Kids (U) (1989) Disney comedy, starring Rick Moranis. 1:45 FILM: The Princess Diaries (U) (2001) Family comedy, starring Anne Hathaway. 4:00 Deal or No Deal: Deal Panto 5:00 Christmas Coach Trip 5:30 Come Dine with Me 6:00 The Simpsons (R) 6:30 Hollyoaks 7:00 Channel 4 News 7:55 4thought.tv An atheist explains his views on Christmas. 8:00 Living with the Amish The teenagers visit two families in Pennsylvania. 9:00 London’s Burning Dramatisation of the August 2011 riots in London, starring David Morrissey and Samantha Bond. 10:00 Home for the Holidays Live big-money entertainment show, hosted by Vernon Kay. 11:10 Chris Moyles’ Quiz Night (R) 11:55 Random Acts 12:00 The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Premiere Special 12:35 Music on 4: Alex Zane Pops Out (R) 1:05 Comedy Lab: Rick and Peter 1:35 Comedy Lab: Totally Tom 2:05 Happy Endings 2:25 Happy Endings 2:50 Southland 3:35 World War II: The Last Heroes (R) 4:35 St Elsewhere (R) 5:25 Brothers & Sisters (R)

6:00 Milkshake! 9:50 Disney’s 12 Days of Christmas: Early to Bed 10:00 ThunderCats 10:35 Meerkat Manor (R) 11:05 World’s Strongest Man 2011: Qualifiers (R) 12:05 Ice Road Truckers (R) 1:10 5 News Lunchtime 1:15 Zoo Days (R) 1:20 FILM: Snow (PG) (2004) Christmas comedy, starring Tom Cavanagh. 3:10 FILM: Twice Upon a Time (PG) (1998) Fantasy drama, starring Molly Ringwald. 5:00 5 News at 5 5:30 Top 20 Aussie Soap Moments 2011 6:00 Eddie Stobart: Trucks and Trailers (R) 6:55 Disney’s 12 Days of Christmas: Food for Feudin’ 7:00 World’s Strongest Man 2011: Qualifiers Portsmouth’s Rob Frampton competes for a place in the finals at the third qualifier held at a power-truck festival near Finland; 5 News Update 8:00 Fairground Attractions The end of the season looms and the showpeople try to boost their profits before closing for winter, travelling to Hull, Dublin and Stourport-on-Severn. Last in the series; 5 News at 9 9:00 The Mentalist Patrick suspects a publicity-seeking blogger’s fascination with serial killers may have led him to begin committing murders in an attempt to achieve a twisted kind of fame. 10:00 It’s All About Amy Reality star Amy Childs gets ready to attend the Pride of Britain Awards. 11:00 Police Interceptors A drink-driver is pursued through a graveyard. (R) 12:00 SuperCasino 4:00 Meals in Moments (R) 4:10 Wildlife SOS (R) 4:35 Wildlife SOS (R) 5:00 County Secrets (R) 5:10 House Doctor (R) 5:35 House Doctor (R)

7:00 Doctor Who 8:00 Don’t Tell the Bride: Christmas Special An Alice in Wonderland-themed festive wedding in New York. 9:00 How Not to Live Your Life Festive special in which Don declares his feelings for Sam. 10:00 EastEnders 10:30 Simon Amstell: Do Nothing Live 11:30 Family Guy 12:15 American Dad! 1:00 How Not to Live Your Life 2:00 Simon Amstell: Do Nothing Live 2:55 Don’t Tell the Bride: Christmas Special 3:55 Mongrels 4:25 The Pranker 4:55 Mongrels 5:25 Close

7:00 Sacred Music: A Choral Christmas 7:30 The Andy Williams Christmas Show 8:00 Top of the Pops 1976 Christmas Special 9:00 Jerusalem: The Making of a Holy City How the city became a focal point for religious tensions. Last in the series. 10:00 Carole King and Friends at Christmas 11:00 Easy Listening Hits at the BBC 12:00 The Joy of Easy Listening 1:30 Top of the Pops 1976 Christmas Special 2:20 Carole King and Friends at Christmas 3:20 Jerusalem: The Making of a Holy City 4:20 Close

6:00 Terry and June 6:35 Film: Swallows and Amazons (U) (1974) 8:25 Agatha Christie’s Marple 10:30 Agatha Christie’s Poirot 12:40 Film: Columbo: Murder with Too Many Notes (15) (2000) 2:35 Film: Carry On Follow That Camel (PG) (1966) 4:30 Rising Damp Christmas Special 5:05 Bertie and Elizabeth 7:00 Agatha Christie’s Poirot 8:10 Film: Holiday On the Buses (PG) (1973) Comedy, starring Reg Varney. 10:00 Christmas Lights 11:35 Film: Fierce Creatures (12) (1997) 1:25 Agatha Christie’s Poirot 2:15 Terry and June 2:45 ITV3 Nightscreen 3:00 Teleshopping

6:00 The Professionals 6:50 The Sweeney 7:45 Minder 8:45 The Fall Guy 9:45 Batman 10:45 The Professionals 11:50 Quantum Leap 12:50 The Sweeney 1:50 Minder 2:55 The Fall Guy 3:55 Batman 5:00 The Professionals 6:00 Quantum Leap 7:00 Minder 8:00 Send in the Dogs 9:00 Film: Rocky IV (PG) (1985) 10:55 Film: Rocky V (PG) (1990) Boxing drama, starring Sylvester Stallone. 1:05 Back on the Job: Christian O’Connell 2:00 Minder 2:55 ITV4 Nightscreen 3:00 Teleshopping

6:00 It’s Me or the Dog 7:00 Brainiac: Science Abuse 8:00 The Real A&E 9:00 Road Wars 10:00 Bite Size Brainiac 10:15 Film: Journey to the Center of the Earth (PG) (2008) Fantasy adventure, starring Rick Schroder. 12:00 Lie to Me 1:00 Road Wars 8:00 Nothing to Declare 9:00 Road Wars Police officers combat vehicle crime. 10:00 Cop Squad 12:00 The Real A&E 1:00 Real Filth Fighters 1:50 Luton Airport 2:40 My Pet Shame 3:30 Nothing But the Truth 4:20 Wedding SOS 5:10 Guilty!

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Pick of the Day 6:00 Brainiac: Science Abuse (R) 7:00 The Glee Project (R) 8:00 Inside Gatwick (R) 9:00 Raising Hope (R) 9:30 Raising Hope (R) 10:00 Futurama (R) 10:30 Futurama (R) 11:00 Modern Family (R) 11:25 Modern Family: Sofia Vergara Interview (R) 11:35 Modern Family (R) 12:00 The Middle (R) 12:30 The Middle (R) 1:00 Futurama (R) 1:30 Futurama (R) 2:00 Safebreakers (R) 3:00 Chris & Wes: Let’s Do This (R) 3:30 Glenn Martin, DDS 4:00 Inside Gatwick (R) 5:00 The Simpsons (R) 5:30 The Simpsons (R) 6:00 Chris & Wes: Let’s Do This 6:30 The Simpsons (R) 7:00 The Simpsons Marge decides to embrace life by allowing her hair to turn grey, while Homer tries to help Moe boost his love life. (R) 7:30 This Is Jinsy: Moosic Pak Highlights of the first series of the surreal comedy. 8:00 Futurama With the guest voices of the Harlem Globetrotters. (R) 8:30 The Simpsons Homer enrols on a fathering enrichment course. (R) 9:00 Sally Lindsay’s Little Cracker A young Sally appears on Top of the Pops. 9:15 Sanjeev Bhaskar’s Little Cracker A chaotic Christmas in the Bhaskar household. 9:30 Trollied Julie is given the store’s management handbook. (R) 10:00 An Idiot Abroad 2 Karl Pilkington travels to Australia to swim with dolphins. (R) 11:00 A League of Their Own (R) 12:00 Spartacus: Blood and Sand (R) 1:15 Wall of Fame (R) 1:45 Cop Squad (R) 2:45 Mental (R) 3:35 Mental (R) 4:20 Hello Goodbye (R) 5:10 A Different Breed (R)

6:00 Emmerdale (R) 6:25 Pushing Daisies (R) 7:15 Nanny 911 (R) 8:05 Judge Judy (R) 9:25 Holiday Showdown (R) 10:30 Judge Judy (R) 12:00 Emmerdale (R) 12:30 Nanny 911 Deb helps a recently widowed mother. (R) 1:30 The Jeremy Kyle Show: Five Days of Christmas Guests air their differences. (R) 2:35 The Jeremy Kyle Show Guests air their differences. (R) 3:40 Loose Women With guest Toby Anstis. (R) 4:35 The Planet’s Funniest Animals (R) 5:00 Dick Whittington Pantomime, starring Kevin Bishop and Julian Clary. (R) 6:35 FILM: Mr Magorium’s Wonder Emporium (U) (2007) Fantasy comedy, starring Dustin Hoffman and Natalie Portman. 8:30 The X Factor USA Steve Jones presents the final of the US singing competition as the remaining acts perform again as they compete to win viewers’ votes and claim that life-changing prize. 10:00 Celebrity Juice: Christmas Special Festive edition of the quiz hosted by Keith Lemon, with Amy Childs, Paddy McGuinness and Michelle Keegan joining regular panellists Holly Willoughby, Fearne Cotton and Rufus Hound. 11:00 The Only Way Is EsseXmas Festive edition of the reality show, focusing on the stars’ preparations for Christmas. Jess and Joey are still reeling from their kiss and Arg is planning a regal birthday party. (R) 12:00 Coronation Street (R) 12:30 Emmerdale (R) 1:00 Emmerdale (R) 1:30 The Vampire Diaries (R) 2:15 The Vampire Diaries (R) 3:00 The Vampire Diaries (R) 3:45 Teleshopping 5:45 ITV2 Nightscreen

6:00 One Tree Hill (R) 6:45 Ugly Betty (R) 7:35 Wildfire (R) 8:25 One Tree Hill (R) 9:20 Gilmore Girls (R) 10:15 Ugly Betty (R) 11:10 Desperate Housewives (R) 12:05 Greek (R) 1:05 Scrubs (R) 1:30 Scrubs (R) 2:00 Hollyoaks (R) 2:30 Gilmore Girls (R) 3:30 Desperate Housewives (R) 4:30 Rules of Engagement (R) 5:00 Scrubs (R) 5:25 Scrubs (R) 6:00 The Big Bang Theory (R) 6:30 The Big Bang Theory (R) 7:00 Hollyoaks Warren lures Mitzeee to Louise’s makeshift grave on Christmas Eve. 7:30 How I Met Your Mother Ted and Barney argue over a beautiful woman. Starring Josh Radnor and Neil Patrick Harris. (R) 8:00 The Big Bang Theory Leonard and Penny try their best to hang out without anybody else around, while Sheldon has to face his fear of birds. Comedy, starring Jim Parsons, Johnny Galecki and Kaley Cuoco. 8:30 The Big Bang Theory Sheldon becomes obsessed with gift-giving etiquette. (R) 9:00 Made in Chelsea: Christmas Special The socialites gear up for a festive season in style and while some cosy up by log fires and celebrate in the capital, others jet off to a secret hideaway. 10:35 Tim Minchin: Ready for This? The musical comic’s stand-up show. (R) 12:20 The Big Bang Theory (R) 12:50 The Big Bang Theory (R) 1:15 Scrubs (R) 1:40 Scrubs (R) 2:00 How I Met Your Mother (R) 2:25 Alan Carr: Chatty Man (R) 3:20 Rules of Engagement (R) 3:40 Greek (R) 4:25 Wildfire (R) 5:05 Switched (R)

6:00 Good Morning Sports Fans 7:00 Good Morning Sports Fans 8:00 Good Morning Sports Fans 9:00 European Tour Golf 10:00 Asian Tour Golf Show 10:30 FIFA Futbol Mundial 11:00 Football First 12:30 Football First 2:00 Football First 3:30 Football First 5:00 Premier League World 5:30 FIFA Futbol Mundial 6:00 The Rugby Club 7:00 Sky Sports News at Seven 7:30 Live Football Special Tottenham Hotspur v Chelsea (Kick-off 8.00pm). 10:15 Football’s Greatest Managers 10:45 Football’s Greatest Managers 11:15 Time of Our Lives 12:15 Sky Sports Classics 12:30 Premier League World 1:00 Live NFL 4:30 Football’s Greatest Managers 5:00 Football’s Greatest Managers 5:30 Premier League World

6:00 The X Files 7:00 Star Trek: Voyager 8:00 Star Trek: Enterprise 9:00 ER 11:00 The X Files 12:00 Star Trek: Voyager 1:00 Star Trek: Enterprise 2:00 ER 4:00 Star Trek: Enterprise 5:00 Star Trek: Voyager A brief flirtation with an alien traveller makes Kes wonder where her future lies. Sci-fi adventure, starring Jennifer Lien. 6:00 ER 8:00 This Is Jinsy 12:00 Six Feet Under 1:15 Angels in America 2:30 Blue Bloods 3:30 This Is Jinsy 4:00 Six Feet Under 5:10 The X Files

6:00 Teleshopping 1:00 5* Access 1:10 Burn Notice 3:10 Knight Rider 5:10 Film: Are We There Yet? (PG) (2005) Family comedy, starring Ice Cube and Nia Long. 7:00 The Mentalist 8:55 5* Access Showbiz gossip. 9:00 Alphas Rosen is implicated in the murder of three former Alpha project researchers. 10:00 Californication Hank receives his sentence in the Mia case. Last in the series. 10:40 Sex: How to Do Everything 11:40 Generation Sex 12:00 Teleshopping

6:00 Teleshopping 12:00 Whose Line Is It Anyway? 12:25 Film: Christmas in Canaan (PG) (2009) Drama, with Jaishon Fisher and Zak Ludwig. 2:15 Film: A Christmas Visitor (PG) (2002) Drama, starring Reagan Pasternak. 4:00 Human Target 4:55 Inside Hollywood 5:00 Human Target 6:00 Law & Order Part two of two. The Mulroney family is investigated. 7:00 CSI: Miami 10:00 NCIS 12:00 True Justice The team races to find an Ecstasy distributor. 1:00 SuperCasino 4:00 Close

7:05 Dragons’ Den 8:00 Top Gear 10:00 Red Dwarf 10:40 Have I Got News for You 11:20 QI 12:00 Top Gear 2:00 Three Men in More Than One Boat 3:00 Red Dwarf 3:40 Have I Got News for You 4:20 QI 5:00 Top Gear 7:00 Three Men in More Than One Boat 8:00 Jo Brand’s Big Splash 9:00 Argumental Christmas Special With Jason Manford and Micky Flanagan. 9:40 Argumental 11:40 Argumental Christmas Special 12:20 Argumental 2:05 TOTP2 2:25 Psychoville 3:00 Close

6:00 Aerobics Oz Style 6:30 Kings of the Snow 7:00 WWE: Experience 8:00 Trans World Sport 9:00 Premier League Bowls 10:00 Kings of the Snow 10:30 Darts 3:00 European Tour Golf 4:00 Asian Tour Golf Show 4:30 Extreme Carp 5:00 NFL 6:00 A League Football 6:30 Premier League World 7:00 Live Darts 11:00 NFL 12:00 The Rugby Club 1:00 Football Special 2:30 Time of Our Lives 3:30 Premier League World 4:00 Football Special 5:30 Close

10:00 A League Football 10:30 Extreme Carp 11:00 Racing News 11:30 Aerobics Oz Style 12:00 Trans World Sport 1:00 Watersports World 2:00 Kings of the Snow 2:30 Extreme Carp 3:00 Premier League Bowls 4:00 Watersports World 5:00 WWE Vintage Collection 6:00 Kings of the Snow 6:30 Asian Tour Golf Show 7:00 Racemax 8:00 The Rugby Club 9:00 Kings of the Snow Skiing and snowboarding highlights, featuring some of the finest exponents in the world. 9:30 Wild Spirits 10:00 WWE: Late Night – Raw 12:00 WWE: NXT 1:00 Racemax 2:00 Close

Sports Personality of the Year 2011 8.00pm on BBC one A review of the year’s sporting highlights from MediaCityUK in Salford, as memorable performances are celebrated, before the announcement of the recipient of the award. Subsequent programmes subject to change.

Lorraine’s Last Minute Christmas 8.00pm on BBC TWO Lorraine Pascale presents tips on hosting the perfect family get-together at short notice, with lots of recipe ideas that can be created in the final run-up to Christmas. She demonstrates a neat twist to the traditional mince pie and creates a velvety Irish liqueur to accompany them.

London’s Burning 9.00pm on Channel 4 A dramatisation of the August 2011 riots in London, based on accounts from people who witnessed the chaos first hand. Starring David Morrissey and Samantha Bond.

11:00 Christmas Carol: The Movie (U) (2001) 12:35 Journey to the Centre of the Earth (U) (1959) 3:10 Carpool (PG) (1996) 4:55 Porco Rosso (U) (1992) 6:50 Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (12) (1982) Adventure, starring William Shatner. 9:00 Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (18) (2008) Musical, starring Johnny Depp. 11:15 The Football Factory (18) (2004) Drama, starring Danny Dyer. 1:10 The Descent (18) (2005) Horror, starring Shauna Macdonald. 3:15 Close

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At the Cinema

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Compiled by Jason Bourgeois, news@jerseyweekly.com

Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows The world’s most brilliant detective must face his nemesis the fiendish Professor Moriarty! When the Crown Prince of Austria is found dead, Sherlock Holmes soon suspects the involvement of criminal mastermind Professor Moriarty. Realising that this is just one piece of a larger plot, Holmes tracks the clues to a gentleman’s club where he and his brother Mycroft are celebrating the last night of bachelorhood for Dr Watson. Here he meets gypsy fortune-teller Sim, who has become Moriarty’s next target. So begins a thrill-packed, continent-hopping and - bizarrely! - cross-dressing adventure, with nothing less than the future of western civilisation at stake! Director Guy Ritchie’s follow-up to his hit ‘Sherlock Holmes’ reunites the brilliant double act of Robert Downey Jr and Jude Law. It also introduces ‘The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo’ star Noomi Rapace in her first English-language role, with the added attraction of Stephen Fry as Mycroft.

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Happy Feet 2

Tintin: Secret of the Unicorn A lot has happened since we last caught up with everybody’s favourite hoofing flightless bird. Mumble and the love of his life, Gloria - better known as , now have a son of their own named Erik. But just like his father before him, Erik is having trouble finding his way in the penguin world. The poor little fella suffers from a fear of dancing! Struggling to discover his true talent, he encounters an amazing flying penguin called The Mighty Sven.

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Hugo

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Alvin & The Chipmunks: Chipwrecked Young Hugo Cabret (Asa Butterfield) was given a strange mechanical figure with a heart-shaped keyhole by his late father (Jude Law). Now living in the hidden spaces of a Paris train station, where he must constantly dodge the stationmaster, orphaned Hugo encounters an adventurous girl named Isabelle (Chloe Grace Moretz). She’s intrigued by his life, and he’s astonished to find that the key she possesses fits the bizarre automaton.

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When bequiffed young journalist Tintin buys a model of the good ship Unicorn, he also acquires a clue to a great mystery. With his faithful hound Snowy in tow, our intrepid hero embarks on a quest that unites him for the first time with drunken seadog Captain Haddock. Together, they unravel the secret of an ancient feud involving Haddock’s ancestor Francis and notorious pirate Red Rackham. Uses stateof-the-art performance capture technology.

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Having spent much of ‘Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel’ in hospital, long-suffering Dave Seville (Jason Lee) decides to go on a luxury cruise. But of course he can’t go without chipmunks Alvin, Theodore and Simon. Naturally, chipettes Jeanette, Eleanor and Brittany come along too. But with all six mischievous rodents together in a confined space, chaos is bound to ensue as they turn the ship into their personal playground.

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6.8

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New Year’s Eve

Twilight: Breaking Dawn pt 1 In Times Square, preparations are afoot for New Year’s Eve. For producer Claire Morgan, this is also the biggest moment of her career. Elsewhere in New York City, the lives of a variety of couples and singles intertwine. People like heavily pregnant Tess, who’s about to give birth, and Harry, who’s nearing the end of his life. Rock star Jensen is having relationship troubles, while frustrated Ingrid comes up with a novel way of dealing with her unfulfilled resolutions.

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This latest installment, ‘Breaking Dawn - Part 1’, opens with Bella and Edward’s much-anticipated wedding itself! But despite the fact that Bella has now chosen her husband, the saga’s conflict is far from over. During a dream honeymoon on Isle Esme, the newly married couple finally give in to their passions. But this only brings them more peril as Bella discovers she’s pregnant! The wolf pack considers her unborn child such a threat that they begin to move against her.

N/A

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Puss in Boots

4.1

Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas The legend of Shrek’s feline friend is revealed in this 3D animated comedy spin-off! Ever wondered what Puss in Boots got up to before he joined Shrek and Donkey? Now the story can be told. The young Puss grows up in a modest orphanage, where his best friend is a misbehaving egg named Humpty Dumpty. As an adult, the ginger tom’s stylish line in footwear worn with no pants makes him a hit with the ladies while he sets about protecting the innocent.

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Several years after they escaped from Guantanamo Bay, stoner buddies Harold (John Cho) and Kumar (Kal Penn) have grown apart. Where once their lives revolved around fulfilling a mutual craving for munchies, now they have new friends and different goals. But on Christmas Eve, a mysterious package arrives on Kumar’s doorstep.

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What’s On & Where by Tiffany Shales, news@jerseyweekly.com

Get your skates on because the rink is back! Whether you’re a polished performer or a complete novice, you’ll love this opportunity to skate • COMMUNITY EVENTS • your socks off. Reduced opening hours on December 24th, 26th, 31st Jersey Heritage Big Advent & January 1st and closed Christmas Calendar Day • £6 - £22 • Parade Gardens, 1st - 24th Dec Every day a door The Parade 07700 878351 opens on a Big Advent Calendar • FUNDRAISERS • in the Jersey Museum courtyard • FREE • Jersey Museum 633300

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St Peter’s Church Annual Christmas Tree Festival

11am - 7pm, 10th - 18th Dec Walk into St Peter’s very own winter wonderland as the Parish Church is lit up by some 70 Christmas trees. There are trees of every size and style, each one provided and decorated by a local school, business, club or society – it’s a dazzling display. Pop along for the Christmas Concert on the 10th at 20:00 featuring The Cantabile Ensemble & the Usual Suspects; it’s a real festive treat! • FREE • St Peter’s Church 481805

Vegas Christmas Cabaret

• ACTIVITIES • Time Team At Mont Orgueil

10am - 6pm until 31st Dec This new exhibition digs deeper into the recent archaeological excavations at Mont Orgueil Castle by Channel 4’s Time Team. Time Team arrived in Jersey in May 2010 and spent three days exploring the outer defences of the castle and looking for possible early buildings on the Castle Green. • £6 - £10 • Mont Orgueil Castle 633300 10am - 10pm, 10th Dec - 8th Jan

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10.30am - 1pm, every Fri until 16th Dec Take a stroll through the heart of St Helier and find out how it developed into the bustling multicultural town it Buy a Landscape, Save our is today. Even in the high speed, ready Landscape wrapped, virtual reality of the 21st 10am - 4.30pm until 18th Dec A century, there still are shops that have group of local artists have taken been serving islanders for generations on a shop in Cattle street (Minden • £10 • The Cenotaph, The Parade Place end), to sell oil paintings 853525 watercolours drawings etc, 20% • EXHIBITIONS • of all the work sold will go to the National Trust. Artists Taking Part Include: Graham Tovey, Kathy Steve Davies Christmas Rondel, Diana Bowen, Joy Langdon Exhibition Martin Bullivant, Brian Marr, 28th Nov - 31st Dec Original black/ Maureen Osborne, Norma Priddis • white drawings by Steve Davies • TBA • Cattle Street (Minden Place FREE • Jersey Airport Arrivals Hall End)

Berwick?’ ‘Why do you never visit Shropshire?’ ‘Is there a specific reason for your endless neglect of Chorley?’ Most people aren’t troubled by questions of this sort in their everyday lives, but Mark Watson is • £15 • Jersey Opera House 511115

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Glen Cowie Steve Davies Christmas 6pm (Subject to Change) • FREE • Durrell - Late Night Shop- Exhibition Chambers 735405 Dinner ping & Dining 6th - 21st Dec Exhibiting some Open until 8pm (Durrell shop colour original drawings with the Christmas Carols

7pm - 1am, Thurs, Fri & Sat until 24th Dec A Vegas Christmas is an entirely new Show at The Pier Restaurant at the Havre des Pas Lido. The Dinner Cabaret includes a three course dinner with coffee, a spectacular show presented by international singer Adam Marks and his Showgirls, roulette tables with professional croupiers and dancing, plus your festive Christmas cracker and hat! • £30 • The Pier, Harve des Pas Bathing Pool, 280159

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& Cafe Firefly), 2nd, 9th & 16th Dec Relax and enjoy Café Firefly’s special Christmas menu with something for all tastes! During these late night openings everybody will receive a 15% discount in the Durrell shop and both the shop and Café Firefly will be open until 8pm and Santa will also be present on the day. Durrell staff will be wearing a fancy dress especially for ‘Wild at Christmas’ • TBA • Durrell

Jersey Art Exhibitors Guild in their Charity Christmas Art Exhibition • £150 - £250 • Jersey Pottery

6.30pm Come along and hear the St Ouen’s Ladies Choir • FREE • Liberty Wharf

Hidden Treasures Modern Masters Exhibition

Live Jazz @ Roberto’s Bar

10am - 5pm until 31st Dec The exhibition comprises of the private collections of local art collectors and includes paintings, drawings and sculptures by twentieth century artistic giants such as Pablo Picasso, Fernand Léger, Henri Hospice Santa Dash Matisse, Roy Lichtenstein and 12pm Throw on a Santa suit or Henry Moore • £4.50 - £8 • Jersey reindeer antlers and run, jog or walk Museum 633300 through town at lunch time. Festive refreshments kindly provided by All Our Yesterdays, M&S and Hotel Chocolat • £10 The People’s Exhibition • Liberty Wharf 510349, Jersey 10am - 5pm until 31st Dec This Hospice Care exhibition looks at life in Jersey from the 1950s through to the end • WALKS • of the 1980s. From Island sport and events to toys, fashion, television St Helier, The Old Quarter - and household products • £4.50 - £8 Guided Walk • Jersey Museum 633300 10am - 12.30pm every Fri until • THEATRE • 23rd Dec Literally, the old and ancient part of St Helier with surprises round every corner as we weave our Mark Watson: Request Stops way through the heart of this old 8pm ‘Why aren’t you coming to

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Zed

9pm A seven-piece ‘international band based in Jersey’ who play an eclectic mix of tunes to get people dancing, ZED have been impressing audiences and compelling people to get on the dance-floors of local venues since they formed in early 2010 • FREE • The Royal Yacht 720511

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24th Dec See Friday 16th synopsis James with a wonderful evening’s • £30 • The Pier, Harve des Pas entertainment from Joglaresa. Bathing Pool, 280159 With the group’s main focus being on ancient and traditional music, • FUNDRAISERS • this year will be strictly medieval – harps, vielles, voices and bells! Durrell - Half Price Entry From instrumental dances to 9.30am - 5pm Every weekend in Middle English lullabies, Joglaresa December, except Christmas day presents a programme of Christmas [park is closed] • £6.45 - £4.70 • music from the 12th to the 15th Durrell Century • £11 - £17 • Jersey Arts Buy a Landscape, Save our Centre 700444

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• EXHIBITIONS • 10am - 4.30pm until 18th Dec See Friday 16th synopsis • TBA • Cattle Street (Minden Place End) Steve Davies Christmas Exhibition

Showcase for work by students from Taking Part Making Art at the Harbour Gallery, Philip Mourant Centre, The Art Centre and The La Motte Street Youth Club group • TBA • No 7. & No 8. Castle Quay, The Waterfront, St Helier. Alex 866622 or jersey.mencap@jerseymail.co.uk

Hidden Treasures Modern Masters Exhibition

10am - 5pm until 31st Dec See Friday 16th synopsis • £4.50 - £8 • Jersey Museum 633300

All Our Yesterdays, The People’s Exhibition

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10am - 5pm until 31st Dec See Friday 16th synopsis • £4.50 - £8 • Jersey Museum 633300

Jersey Heritage Big Advent Calendar

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1st - 24th Dec Every day a door opens on a Big Advent Calendar in the Jersey Museum courtyard • FREE • Jersey Museum 633300

Tour Chool Auditions

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St Peter’s Indoor Market

Christmas Carols

9am - 3pm every Weds & Sat All sorts of goodies and treasures for-sale • FREE • Behind St Peter’s Parish Hall

3pm Christmas wouldn’t be the same without Earsay’s annual signing/singing Christmas Carols in town and everyone’s welcome even if you’ve never signed before, come along, learn, join in the fun and raise some money for Earsay, with 15% of the total being donated to the Jersey Christmas Appeal. • FREE • Liberty Wharf, St Helier

The National Trust for Jersey - Georgian House Museum

10am - 5pm every Sat until 17th Dec The long-awaited opening of this meticulously restored and furnished Georgian town house, built circa 1730. Take the opportunity to step back in time to see how the Jersey gentry lived in Regency times, brought to life through the sounds, smells and costumes of the era. The National Trust shop offers a unique range of well priced and carefully sourced items that are perfect for Christmas • £5: Adults, £2: 10yrs-18yrs, FREE under 10yrs • 16 New Street, National Trust for Jersey 483193

At Parade Gardens from

9th December at 5pm to 8th January 2012

In association with

Closed Christmas Day

8pm (Subject to Change) • FREE • The Ha’penny Bridge 733793

Adults £7 Children £6 Family (2+2/1+3) £22

Run for Cover

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St Peter’s Church Annual Time Team At Mont Orgueil Christmas Tree Festival

8.30pm Live Music • FREE • Kitty O’Shea’s 887964 28th Nov - 31st Dec Original black/ Ross Hunter white drawings by Steve Davies • 9pm - 1am DJing • FREE • Tanguys FREE • Jersey Airport Arrivals Hall

11am - 7pm, 10th - 18th Dec See 10am - 6pm until 31st Dec See Friday 16th synopsis • FREE • St Pe- Friday 16th synopsis • £6 - £10 • Steve Davies Christmas Mont Orgueil Castle 633300 Exhibition ter’s Church 481805 6th - 21st Dec See Friday 16th synopsis • £150 - £250 • Jersey Pottery Channel 103fm Santa’s Hat Ice Skate Jersey 10am - 10pm, 10th Dec - 8th Jan Competition TBA The competition will be held See Friday 16th synopsis • £6 - Taking Part Making Art Exhilive. • FREE • Liberty Wharf, St He- £22 • Parade Gardens, The Parade bition: A Winter Season 07700 878351 10th, 15th & 17th Dec, 10am lier. www.channel103.com - 12pm In aid of Jersey Mencap • ACTIVITIES • Supporting people with a learning Vegas Christmas Dinner disability. No 7. Featuring the work Cabaret of local artists Michelle Le Cornu 7pm - 1am, Thurs, Fri & Sat until On Yoolis Night 8pm Celebrate Christmas at St. and Gabrielle Radiguet. No 8. A

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8pm Live Music • FREE • Blue Note

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At Durrell Wildlife Park

5pm - 8pm Friday 2nd, 9th, 16th December Come along and enjoy Café Firefly’s special Christmas menu with something for all tastes. After dinner you can browse for Christmas presents and receive a 15% discount on everything in our amazing new gift shop. Santa will also be in his grotto during these late night openings with Christmas music and other entertainment.

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The Lockout

11pm (Subject to Change) • FREE • Chambers 735405

SUN 18 • COMMUNITY EVENTS • Jersey Heritage Big Advent Calendar

of heroism and collaboration. Who made the deciding factors to many German commands? Stories of prisoners and escapees. Was Churchill right in not defending the Islands? And, not forgetting, Jersey’s own ‘Dunkirk • £8 • Howard Davis Park Front Entrance, petewebb@localdial.com

• EXHIBITIONS •

1st - 24th Dec Every day a door Steve Davies Christmas opens on a Big Advent Calendar Exhibition in the Jersey Museum courtyard • 28th Nov - 31st Dec Original black/ FREE • Jersey Museum 633300 white drawings by Steve Davies • FREE • Jersey Airport Arrivals Hall

Bikes.je Morning Coffee & Breakfast Meeting

Rockabye

opens on a Big Advent Calendar 7pm Live Music • FREE • Kitty in the Jersey Museum courtyard • FREE • Jersey Museum 633300 O’Shea’s 887964

Open Mic

• ACTIVITIES •

7.30pm every Sun (Subject to Change) • FREE • Chambers 735405 Time Team At Mont Orgueil 10am - 6pm until 31st Dec See rick@rickjonesmusic.co.uk Friday 16th synopsis • £6 - £10 • Jersey Symphony Orchestra Mont Orgueil Castle 633300

25th Anniversary Concert – Ice Skate Jersey New World Christmas 8pm - 10.15pm Enjoy a festive concert by the Jersey Symphony Orchestra, New World Christmas with Emma Johnson. The concert will include: Dvorak: New World

8am every Sun Meet like minded bikers for Coffee and a chat. Everyone welcome • FREE • The Kiosk, Victoria Avenue

10am - 10pm, 10th Dec - 8th Jan See Friday 16th synopsis • £6 £22 • Parade Gardens, The Parade 07700 878351

• WALKS • Key to the Quay - Guided Walk

10.30am - 1pm every Mon until 19th Dec Much old and much new from the millionaire’s yacht marina to the amazing Castle Quay development. The Albert Pier has the RNLI lifeboat afloat and the nearby Hyperbaric Treatment Centre. Interesting harbour furniture includes the signal stones, ships’ benches, Beaufort scale plaques, steam clock: Maritime Museum, a new £m harbour walk, 19th century shipbuilding • £8 • Jersey Tourism, petewebb@localdial.com

St Peter’s Church Annual Christmas Tree Festival

11am - 7pm, 10th - 18th Dec See Friday 16th synopsis • FREE • St Peter’s Church 481805

• ACTIVITIES • Time Team At Mont Orgueil

10am - 6pm until 31st Dec See Friday 16th synopsis • £6 - £10 • Mont Orgueil Castle 633300

• THEATRE •

Ice Skate Jersey

Celtic Christmas

10am - 10pm, 10th Dec - 8th Jan See Friday 16th synopsis • £6 £22 • Parade Gardens, The Parade 07700 878351

7.30pm An evening of Irish music, song and dance with the CannonO’Rafferty School of Irish Dance and friends. Dancers from the Cannon-O’Rafferty School age 4 to 20 showcase their talents with Vinny Donnelly on fiddle, Tash Stone on whistle, Conrad Byrne on banjo, Kieran Flynn on guitar / vocals, Billy the Fish on guitar / vocals , and Seamus Gallagher on percussions / vocals • £5 - £10 • Jersey Arts Centre 700444

• FUNDRAISERS • Buy a Landscape, Save our Landscape

10am - 4.30pm until 18th Dec See Friday 16th synopsis • TBA • Cattle Street (Minden Place End)

Symphony, Copland: Clarinet Concerto (soloist: Emma Johnson MBE), • EXHIBITIONS • Anderson: Festival of Carols, plus 10am - 5pm until 31st Dec See carols for choir and audience • £15 • Christmas, Something for all ages Friday 16th synopsis • £4.50 - £8 • Gloucester Hall, Fort Regent 449827 Steve Davies Christmas • FREE • Wharf Suite, Pomme D’Or Jersey Museum 633300 Exhibition Hotel 28th Nov - 31st Dec Original black/ Paul Shoer All Our Yesterdays, 9pm - 1am DJing • FREE • Tanguys white drawings by Steve Davies • • WALKS • The People’s Exhibition FREE • Jersey Airport Arrivals Hall Behind Enemy Lines - Guid- 10am - 5pm until 31st Dec See Friday 16th synopsis • £4.50 - £8 • Steve Davies Christmas ed Walk Jersey Museum 633300 Exhibition 10.30am - 1.30pm every Sun until 6th - 21st Dec See Friday 16th syn• COMMUNITY EVENTS • 18th Dec How it began and why • MUSIC & GIGS • opsis • £150 - £250 • Jersey Pottery Jersey was late for the liberation. An exploration of Jersey’s War-Time Jersey Heritage Big Advent The Reasons All Our Yesterdays, Occupation visiting the War cemCalendar 6pm (Subject to Change) • FREE • The People’s Exhibition etery and the lonely grave. Stories 1st - 24th Dec Every day a door Chambers 735405 10am - 5pm until 31st Dec See

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Jersey Amateur Dramatic Club Presents

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Lewis Carroll’s

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass A musical play dramatised by Clemence Dane with music by Richard Addinsell

Jersey Art Centre 10th - 15th & 18th - 21st January Nightly 7.45pm Matinees Saturday & Sunday at 3.00pm Additional Matinee on 15th January at 11.00am

Special Promotion on Family Tickets for All Matinees Purchase before the 23rd December & receive up to 10% Discount After the 23rd December all Tickets return to flat rate of £15.00 each

Box Office: 700444 www.artscentre.je

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Friday 16th synopsis • £4.50 - £8 • and contentment to this beautiful George & Pete, Jersey Museum 633300 walk • £8 • St Lawrence Church Jazz With A Tune petewebb@localdial.com 9pm - 11pm every Tues & Weds Hidden Treasures Modern Live Music • FREE • Blue Note

Masters Exhibition

• EXHIBITIONS •

10am - 5pm until 31st Dec See Friday 16th synopsis • £4.50 - £8 • Steve Davies Christmas Jersey Museum 633300 Exhibition 28th Nov - 31st Dec Original black/ • MUSIC & GIGS • white drawings by Steve Davies • FREE • Jersey Airport Arrivals Hall

Acoustic Club

8.30pm Live music • FREE • The Steve Davies Christmas Ha’penny Bridge 733793 Exhibition 6th - 21st Dec See Friday 16th synFrank Tausney opsis • £150 - £250 • Jersey Pottery 11pm (Subject to Change) • FREE • Chambers 735405

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Calendar

1st - 24th Dec Every day a door opens on a Big Advent Calendar in the Jersey Museum courtyard • FREE • Jersey Museum 633300

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• COMMUNITY EVENTS • Jersey Heritage Big Advent Calendar 1st - 24th Dec Every day a door opens on a Big Advent Calendar in the Jersey Museum courtyard • FREE • Jersey Museum 633300

Charity Chic

Wonderful vintage clothing, jewellery, furniture, books, crafts, gifts & much more.

• ACTIVITIES • Time Team At Mont Orgueil

10am - 10pm, 10th Dec - 8th Jan See Friday 16th synopsis • £6 £22 • Parade Gardens, The Parade 07700 878351

The Jersey Scrabble Club

7pm every Tues The first three visits are free and we welcome players of all abilities • £3 • Windsor House, Val Plaant, Anne 730409 apasturel@live.co.uk

• WALKS • Forever Autumn Guided Walk

10.45am - 1.15pm every Tues until 20th Dec A walk in autumn and winter as the dewy morning meadows add mystery to nature. Explore the valleys and pastures and wooded cotils; smell and touch Jersey’s nature in deep, glorious countryside. Pink, Jersey granite farmhouses take you back to yesteryear, and bygone memories, as bubbling brooks meander the valley bottoms adding soft sounds

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Rags to Riches - Guided Walk

10am - 12.30pm every Wednesday until 21st Dec We travel west to visit the beauty and wealth of the Island, not only of the present, but way back to medieval times. Not only monetary wealth, but a wealth of beauty as we explore meandering country-paths and byways to vistas of extraordinary seascapes • £8 • Oyster Box, St Brelade’s Bay petewabb@ localdial.com

• EXHIBITIONS • Steve Davies Christmas Exhibition

28th Nov - 31st Dec Original black/ white drawings by Steve Davies • FREE • Jersey Airport Arrivals Hall

Steve Davies Christmas Exhibition

10am - 6pm until 31st Dec See Friday 16th synopsis • £6 - £10 • Mont Orgueil Castle 633300

Ice Skate Jersey

A Brief Walk In Time

10am every Wed A gentle 1.5 hour walk from the JAAC (Jersey Adventure and Activity Centre) around the Faldouet area of St Martin with Jeremy Mutter • £5 • COMMUNITY EVENTS • • JAAC, Haute de la Garenne, St Jersey Heritage Big Advent Martin Jersey Adventures 498636

Vintage revival

TUE 20

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6th - 21st Dec See Friday 16th synopsis • £150 - £250 • Jersey Pottery

Thursday 8th - Wednesday 21st December 10am - 4pm. Thursdays open till late. Formerly the Mens Club, Halkett Place.

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St Peter’s Indoor Market

All Our Yesterdays, The People’s Exhibition

10am - 5pm until 31st Dec See Friday 16th synopsis • £4.50 - £8 • Jersey Museum 633300

Hidden Treasures Modern Masters Exhibition

10am - 5pm until 31st Dec See Friday 16th synopsis • £4.50 - £8 • Jersey Museum 633300

9am - 3pm every Wed & Sat All • CLASSES • sorts of goodies and treasures for10am - 5pm until 31st Dec See sale • FREE • Behind St Peter’s Friday 16th synopsis • £4.50 - £8 • Repair/Remodel Parish Hall Jersey Museum 633300 Your Clothes 5.30pm - 7pm every Wed Use your • ACTIVITIES • Hidden Treasures Modern lunch hours profitably and get ready Masters Exhibition Time Team At Mont Orgueil for your holiday! Come and learn 10am - 5pm until 31st Dec See 10am - 6pm until 31st Dec See essential phrases and vocabulary Friday 16th synopsis • £4.50 - £8 • Friday 16th synopsis • £6 - £10 • for shopping, travel, hotel bookings, Jersey Museum 633300 eating out and much more. No Mont Orgueil Castle 633300 previous knowledge of Spanish • MUSIC & GIGS • is required • £14 • The Bridge, Le Ice Skate Jersey 10am - 10pm, 10th Dec - 8th Jan Geyt Rd, St Saviour, Hosted by The Karaoke See Friday 16th synopsis • £6 - Salvage Lounge 077977 57178 8pm every Tues Live Karaoke £22 • Parade Gardens, The Parade claire.rondel@hotmail.co.uk (Subject to Change) • FREE • 07700 878351 Chambers 735405 Sewing Club

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Need Christmas Cards? Visit our Charity Christmas Card Shop at Broad Street From 21 November to 17 December, a variety of local charity Christmas cards will be sold from the Jersey Post Christmas Card shop.

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4.15pm - 5.15pm every Wed Children’s workshop run by a Qualified Teacher. Students will make a recycled beanbag. Creating their own graphics and learning sewing machine skills. Sewing machines supplied • £30 for 3 Sessions • The Bridge, Le Geyt Rd, St Saviour, Hosted by The Salvage Lounge 077977 57178 claire. rondel@hotmail.co.uk

• MUSIC & GIGS • George & Pete, Jazz With A Tune

9pm - 11pm every Tues & Wed Live Music • FREE • Blue Note

Jersey Museum 633300

5 young tutors, closed audience Ice Skate Jersey of 100 • FREE • La Mottee Street 10am - 10pm, 10th Dec - 8th Jan Hidden Treasures Modern Centre See Friday 16th synopsis • £6 Masters Exhibition £22 • Parade Gardens, The Parade 10am - 5pm until 31st Dec See Suzy’s Field 07700 878351 Friday 16th synopsis • £4.50 - £8 • 11pm (Subject to Change) • FREE • Jersey Museum 633300 • WALKS • Chambers 735405

• WALKS • St Mary’s Devil - Guided Walk

FRI 23

10am - 12.30pm every Fri until 23rd Dec See Friday 16th synopsis • 11am - 1.15pm every Thurs un£8 • Liberation Square petewebb@ til 22nd Dec St. Mary’s Parish is a localdial.com Jersey Heritage Big Advent peaceful and quiet place balanced Calendar on the edge of two-hundred foot high • EXHIBITIONS • 1st - 24th Dec Every day a door cliffs. Easy walking across farmland opens on a Big Advent Calendar

• COMMUNITY EVENTS •

Steve Davies Christmas Exhibition

The Reminders

28th Nov - 31st Dec Original black/ white drawings by Steve Davies • FREE • Jersey Airport Arrivals Hall

11pm (Subject to Change) • FREE • Chambers 735405

Hidden Treasures Modern Masters Exhibition

THURS 22

10am - 5pm until 31st Dec See Friday 16th synopsis • £4.50 - £8 • Jersey Museum 633300

• ACTIVITIES •

All Our Yesterdays, The People’s Exhibition

Time Team At Mont Orgueil

10am - 6pm until 31st Dec See Friday 16th synopsis • £6 - £10 • Mont Orgueil Castle 633300

10am - 5pm until 31st Dec See Friday 16th synopsis • £4.50 - £8 • Jersey Museum 633300

Ice Skate Jersey

• MUSIC & GIGS •

10am - 10pm, 10th Dec - 8th Jan See Friday 16th synopsis • £6 £22 • Parade Gardens, The Parade 07700 878351

Jamie Boylan & DJ King

5pm - 11pm Live Music & Buffet • FREE • Champions 888115

• COMMUNITY EVENTS •

T.F.I.Fridays - ‘The Happy Hours’

Jersey Heritage Big Advent Calendar

5pm - 10pm Open Mic - Singers, Guitarists, MCs, Poets, Everyone Welcome • FREE • Live Lounge

1st - 24th Dec Every day a door opens on a Big Advent Calendar in the Jersey Museum courtyard • FREE • Jersey Museum 633300

Vegas Christmas Cabaret

Live Music At The Inn

6pm - 9pm FREE Tapas, Live music by Bossa Basseline • FREE • The Inn 722239

Dinner

7pm - 1am, Thurs, Fri & Sat until and footpaths to discover the granite 24th Dec See Friday 16th synopsis in the Jersey Museum courtyard • cliffs of the north. Stories of the ‘jersey’ • £30 • The Pier, Harve des Pas FREE • Jersey Museum 633300 jumper unfold to the six-horned Viking Bathing Pool, 280159 sheep • £8 • La Mare Wine Estate car Vegas Christmas Dinner park, petewebb@localdial.com • EXHIBITIONS •

Cabaret

Steve Davies Christmas Exhibition

• MUSIC & GIGS • Music Concerts

28th Nov - 31st Dec Original black/ 8pm - 10pm Enjoy this great white drawings by Steve Davies • concert series with both visiting and FREE • Jersey Airport Arrivals Hall local artists • FREE • Georgetown Methodist Church 853989

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St Helier, The Old Quarter Guided Walk

7pm - 1am, Thurs, Fri & Sat until 24th Dec See Friday 16th synopsis • £30 • The Pier, Harve des Pas Bathing Pool, 280159

• ACTIVITIES • Time Team At Mont Orgueil

Glen Cowie

6pm (Subject to Change) • FREE • Chambers 735405

Live Jazz @ Roberto’s Bar

7pm From the energy & excitement of Charlie Parker & Dizzy Gillespie... to the cool of Miles Davis by the, Brian White Jazz Quartet • FREE • 7pm The Savoy, Rouge Bouillon 727521 bwjazz.co.uk

The Pigeon Detectives

10am - 6pm until 31st Dec See 7.30pm - 11.30pm The organisers of Rock School Final concert 10am - 5pm until 31st Dec See Friday 16th synopsis • £6 - £10 • the Jersey Live Festival are proud to 7.30pm - 9.30pm 30 young people, announce: ‘The Pigeon Detectives’, Friday 16th synopsis • £4.50 - £8 • Mont Orgueil Castle 633300

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Tickets available from White Lable Ice Skate Jersey Records • £19 • Radisson Blu 10am - 10pm, 10th Dec - 8th Jan Waterfront Hotel 725256 See Friday 16th synopsis • £6 £22 • Parade Gardens, The Parade Squires Karaoke 07700 878351 7.30pm - 11pm every Fri The New • EXHIBITIONS • Squires, The best karaoke in town • FREE • Squires Pub 730510

Breezin

6pm Live Music • FREE • Kitty O’Shea’s 887964

Christmas Tunes

• ACTIVITIES • Old Smugglers Inn Christmas Day Swim

9pm Christmas Tunes running till 10.30am - 1.30pm Headway are inviting the bravest of islanders midnight • FREE • Tanguys to join in the Old Smugglers Inn Christmas swim which will be on Steve Davies Christmas The Lockout Electric Blues Band Exhibition 11pm (Subject to Change) • FREE • Christmas day at 10:00 on Ouaisne 8pm Live Music • FREE • Blue Note 28th Nov - 31st Dec Original black/ Chambers 735405 beach. Swimmers will be rewarded with mulled wine and mince pies white drawings by Steve Davies • Beerkats in the Smugglers Inn to warm up FREE • Jersey Airport Arrivals Hall 8pm Live Music • FREE • The afterwards. Sponsorship forms are Ha’penny Bridge 733793 available and donations will be Hidden Treasures Modern divided between Headway Jersey Masters Exhibition Rockabye and Jersey Hospice Care • FREE • 10am - 5pm until 31st Dec See • COMMUNITY EVENTS • 8.30pm Live Music • FREE • Kitty Friday 16th synopsis • £4.50 - £8 • Ouaisne Bay 510349 O’Shea’s 887964

SUN 25

Keith Robinson

9pm - 1am DJing • FREE • Tanguys

Rood Mood

11pm (Subject to Change) • FREE • Chambers 735405

SAT 24 • COMMUNITY EVENTS • Jersey Heritage Big Advent Calendar 1st - 24th Dec Every day a door opens on a Big Advent Calendar in the Jersey Museum courtyard • FREE • Jersey Museum 633300

St Peter’s Indoor Market

9am - 3pm every Weds & Sat All sorts of goodies and treasures for-sale • FREE • Behind St Peter’s Parish Hall

Vegas Christmas Cabaret

Dinner

7pm - 1am, Thurs, Fri & Sat until 24th Dec See Friday 16th synopsis • £30 • The Pier, Harve des Pas Bathing Pool, 280159

• FUNDRAISERS •

New Year’s Eve Glitterati Gala Dinner Welcome in the New Year with a fabulous evening of glamour and decadence at The Royal Yacht’s famous Glitterati Ball. Begin your evening with a glass of champagne and canapés followed by a sumptuous four course gala dinner. Singing in 2012 will be ‘The Top Cat Band’, performing songs from The Ratpack, Tony Bennet and modern pop-crooner, Michael Bublé. And, to dance you into 2012, they’ll be playing their popular choice of party songs!

Dress Code: Black tie or lounge suits 31st December 2011, 7pm Glitterati Gala Dinner Tickets: £115

Overnight Glitterati Gala Package Package includes overnight stay in a Double Room with breakfast (double occupancy – single supplement will apply), Glitterati Gala Dinner and full use of the spa facilities. Silver or Gold Double/Twin Room Total per person

£175.00

Gold Deluxe or Platinum Double Room Total per person

£195.00

Book early to guarantee your place. Full pre orders required before the 27th December 2011.

To book your Glitterati tickets or overnight stay, call 01534 720511 or email reservations@theroyalyacht.com

Jersey Museum 633300

Bikes.je Morning Coffee & Breakfast Meeting

MON 26 • ACTIVITIES •

Time Team At Mont Orgueil

10am - 6pm until 31st Dec See Friday 16th synopsis • £6 - £10 • Mont Orgueil Castle 633300

Ice Skate Jersey

10am - 10pm, 10th Dec - 8th Jan See Friday 16th synopsis • £6 £22 • Parade Gardens, The Parade 07700 878351

• FUNDRAISERS • “Moonwalk” to Seymour Tower

12.30pm - 3.30pm Take a walk on the sea-bed. Explore gullies, cross sand bars and rock pools to Seymour Tower. Discover Jersey’s very own wilderness area in the company of local guides. Revel in the stillness and expanse of an area that is covered twice a day by some of the highest tides in the world (40ft) • £7.25 - £14.50 • Jersey Walk Adventures, Location on Booking 07797 853033

• FUNDRAISERS • 8am every Sun Meet like minded Durrell - Half Price Entry bikers for Coffee and a chat. Sleeping Beauty 9.30am - 5pm Every weekend in 10am - 5pm until 31st Dec See Everyone welcome • FREE • The 2.30pm, 26th Dec - 8th Jan Take December, except Christmas day Friday 16th synopsis • £4.50 - £8 • Kiosk, Victoria Avenue care who you invite to a party! If [park is closed] • £6.45 - £4.70 • Jersey Museum 633300 you miss someone off the guest Durrell Jersey Swimming Club list there could be problems... Join • MUSIC & GIGS • the adventure in the annual Jersey Christmas Day Swim • ACTIVITIES • 11am - 12pm The annual festive Green Room Club Pantomime as Kevin Pallot dip by the Jersey Swimming Club the evil fairy Carabosse takes her Time Team At Mont Orgueil 8pm Live Music • FREE • Blue Note and friends. Jersey Swimming revenge upon a forgetful King and 10am - 6pm until 31st Dec See Club expects to see more than 200 Queen • £14 - £16 • Jersey Opera Friday 16th synopsis • £6 - £10 • Pioneers people plunge • FREE • Havre des House 511115 8pm (Subject to Change) • FREE • Pas Bathing Pool jerseypolarbears. Mont Orgueil Castle 633300 The Ha’penny Bridge 733793 org.je

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If you’re on the trail of the perfect Christmas gift, then look no further! Our biggest ever range of Christmas presents is here to inspire you with must-have Christmas chocolates and stocking fillers, advent calendars, Christmas corporate gifts and much more. When you spend £60 or more in store you will receive a Winter Chocolate Treasure Gift worth £11 absolutely FREE.

FREE Winter Treasures Chocolate Box worth £11 with every purchase over £60

HOTEL CHOCOLAT, Liberty Wharf, St Helier, Jersey Tel:780265 Open: Monday-Wednesday 9am-5:30pm Thursday 9am-9pm Friday 9am-5.30pm Saturday 9am-6pm Sunday 10am-5pm Winter Treasures free gift chocolate box contains 9 chocolates, 120g. Offer ends 24th December 2011. Available while stocks last.

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• EXHIBITIONS • Steve Davies Christmas Exhibition

Sleeping Beauty

• FUNDRAISERS •

Sleeping Beauty

2.30pm & 7.30pm, 26th Dec - 8th • WALKS • 28th Nov - 31st Dec Original black/ Jan See Monday 26th synopsis • white drawings by Steve Davies • £14 - £16 • Jersey Opera House FREE • Jersey Airport Arrivals Hall 511115 A Brief Walk In Time 10am every Wed See Wednesday • EXHIBITIONS • All Our Yesterdays, 21st synopsis • £5 • JAAC, Haute The People’s Exhibition de la Garenne, St Martin Jersey 10am - 5pm until 31st Dec See Steve Davies Christmas Adventures 498636 Friday 16th synopsis • £4.50 - £8 • Exhibition • EXHIBITIONS • Jersey Museum 633300 28th Nov - 31st Dec Original black/ white drawings by Steve Davies • Hidden Treasures Modern FREE • Jersey Airport Arrivals Hall Steve Davies Christmas

Masters Exhibition

10am - 5pm until 31st Dec See All Our Yesterdays, Friday 16th synopsis • £4.50 - £8 • The People’s Exhibition Jersey Museum 633300 10am - 5pm until 31st Dec See Friday 16th synopsis • £4.50 - £8 • • MUSIC & GIGS • Jersey Museum 633300

Acoustic Club

Rockabye

8.30pm Live Music • FREE • Kitty O’Shea’s 887964

Paul Shoer

9pm - 1am Boxing Day special • FREE • Tanguys

Theology’s Boxing Day Bash

9.30pm - 2.15am December promises to be the biggest month of the year for the island’s clubbers, with a double bill of huge events at the Splash - following a midDecember bill topped by Australian dance giants Pendulum, the island is set for its biggest club event of the year on Boxing Day • £17.05 - £20 • The Watersplash 887786

Frank Tausney

11pm (Subject to Change) • FREE • Chambers 735405

TUE 27 • ACTIVITIES •

Exhibition

28th Nov - 31st Dec Original black/ white drawings by Steve Davies • FREE • Jersey Airport Arrivals Hall

All Our Yesterdays, The People’s Exhibition

WED 28

10am - 10pm, 10th Dec - 8th Jan See Friday 16th synopsis • £6 £22 • Parade Gardens, The Parade 07700 878351 • FUNDRAISERS •

Sleeping Beauty

7.30pm, 26th Dec - 8th Jan See Monday 26th synopsis • £14 - £16 • Jersey Opera House 511115

• EXHIBITIONS • Steve Davies Christmas Exhibition

Sewing Club

4.15pm - 5.15pm every Wed See Wednesday 21st synopsis • £30 for 3 Sessions • The Bridge, St Peter’s Indoor Market 9am - 3pm every Wed & Sat All Le Geyt Rd, St Saviour, Hosted by sorts of goodies and treasures for- The Salvage Lounge 077977 57178 sale • FREE • Behind St Peter’s claire.rondel@hotmail.co.uk Parish Hall

• COMMUNITY EVENTS •

• MUSIC & GIGS •

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Property Search over 3,400 properties from 39 agents and see open viewing times, directions & maps every week at JerseyWeekly.com/property

Weekly Bulletin The Mortgage Shop follows the market on a daily basis and is always able to advise on the best rates and deals that are available from all lenders offering mortgages in Jersey. The Bank of England confirmed on Thursday that base rate will remain at 0.50%. The ongoing world economic crisis will continue to have a major influence on this rate which economists are now predicting will have to remain at this level until at least 2014. The European summit currently taking place in Brussels could well signal the break up of the Eurozone and it remains to be seen what impact this will have on the UK, let alone the Channel Islands. In the meantime, life goes on in the local property market and the Friday sittings of the Royal Court are very busy in the lead up to Christmas. Interest rates remain very low, whilst lenders across the board continue to introduce an ever increasing range of mortgage products. An indication of how confidence is returning to the lending market is best illustrated by the fact that, at the peak of the crisis in 2009, only 1029 residential mortgage products were available in the UK. This number has now increased to 3139, although don’t expect all of these to be available in Jersey !! Don’t forget that you can pop in to The Mortgage Shop any weekday to take advantage of our Five Minute Review.

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EARLIER THIS YEAR, Hawksford, previously Hawksford International, commissioned a significant piece of client and competitor benchmarking, with the results informing a wellconsidered brand re-fresh, of which the new website forms a part. This brand re-fresh has recently been shortlisted for the Best Brand award at the forthcoming Jersey CIM awards. As part of this process, Hawksford has eveloped a business philosophy ‘thinking beyond tomorrow’, which is also the company’s new positioning statement. There is an entire sub section of the website dedicated to ‘thinking beyond tomorrow’, enabling clients to understand this underlying ethos which is shared across the business. ‘Thinking about tomorrow’ encourages Hawksford’s people to think differently for clients and plan structures that will not only meet their present short-term objectives, but be flexible enough to address the future needs of generations to come.

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EARLIER THIS YEAR, Hawksford, previously Hawksford International, commissioned a significant piece of client and competitor benchmarking, with the results informing a well-considered brand re-fresh, of which the new website forms a part. This brand re-fresh has recently been shortlisted for the Best Brand award at the forthcoming Jersey CIM awards. As part of this process, Hawksford has eveloped a business philosophy ‘thinking beyond tomorrow’, which is also the company’s new positioning statement. There is an entire sub section of the website dedicated to ‘thinking beyond tomorrow’, enabling clients to understand this underlying ethos which is shared across the business. ‘Thinking about tomorrow’ encourages Hawksford’s people to think differently for clients and plan structures that will not only meet their present short-term objectives, but be flexible enough to address the future needs of generations to come. Led by research data, Hawksford has developed a series of sub-brand identities to ensure that both clients and intermediaries alike have a clear understanding of the comprehensive range of services and bespoke services the business offers. These include Hawksford Fiduciary, Hawksford Law, Hawksford Family Office, Hawksford Wills and Probate, Hawksford Funds, Hawksford Employee Solutions, Hawksford Media and Sports, Hawksford Advisory, Hawksford Succession Planning and the company’s Swiss offering, L-S&S GmbH. As users browse through the site, the colours and brand images change, dependent on which of these sub-brand areas the page resides in. This clear navigation makes using the site to find out key information incredibly easy, even for those who know little about Hawksford when landing on the home page.

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Hot Properties: Bungalows Compiled by Tiffany Shales, news@jerseyweekly.com

On a Very Large Plot

Immaculate Family Home

A very well maintained bungalow on a very large plot in a private secluded setting. The property includes; four bedrooms, three bathrooms, large reception, kitchen, utility, integral double garage, large mature gardens, large parking area. Huge scope for extension.

Set in a quiet lane in this premier parish of St Brelade, this good size family home is immaculately presented and only a Short drive from one of the islands best beaches. The property is approached through its own private driveway And has parking to the front for up to 6 cars and a double tandem garage. Internally the property has been designed with a contemporary finish and top quality fixtures and Fittings four bedrooms, the master being en-suite with a walk in wardrobe and a stunning eat in kitchen/diner.

£1,070,000 Viewings by Crespel Properties - 01534 625569

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The Perfect Downsize

Located on a quiet exclusive estate in the heart of St Ouen’s with direct access to the sand dunes you will find this delightful 3 bedroom semi detached bungalow. The property further benefits from a lounge with functional fireplace, a well appointed kitchen, 2 bathrooms, a sunny conservatory, a large patio garden and parking for 3 cars.

Situated in Park Estate away from main stream and at the end of a private drive this stunning 3 bedroom bungalow, finished to exceptional standard and offering a home that’s flows and is low maintenance. Eat in kitchen, lounge, and 3 beds 2 baths dining room private and secure garden with heated swimming pool, decking area, plenty parking.

£525,000 Viewings by Prestige Property - 01534 879999

£1,195,000 Viewings by Lyons Estates - 01534 481894

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Property of the Week Compiled by Tiffany Shales, news@jerseyweekly.com

Quiet rural setting in St John A truly unique opportunity to purchase this Norwegian Chalet style 3 Bedroom detached Bungalow set in the rural outskirts of St John, with a large sunny secure garden and attached field complete with a newly formed stable ideal for any horse enthusiast. Inside there are 3 double bedrooms with an en-suite for the master, laid out over one floor with the opportunity to extend (subject to P & E consent) this property is the ideal family home. The outbuildings include a 27” Garage/workshop, a 26” Carport and ample parking for 7/8 cars on the gravel driveway. This property is a MUST SEE and viewing can be arranged through Red Properties. £835,000 Viewings by Red Properties 01534 710710

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Erin Villa Words // Rick Jones Feature Design // Jon Moore

Truly the ultimate ‘beach house’, Erin Villa overlooks the ‘Ramsar’ coastal nature reserve of St Clement. Situated on the Green Island Coast Road, the house is totally enclosed and private, yet still within easy reach of St Helier.

Erin Villa is a fantastic blend of contemporary and traditional, and located in one of the most picturesque spots in the Island. The house has direct beach access, through the sunny, south-facing, lawned rear garden, which would be ideal for a spa or hot-tub. Imagine the summer evenings - watching the sunset casting a burnt orange hue over the jagged moonscape of the nature reserve as the tide slowly covers it - and all from within sight of your back door. The property itself is immaculate, finished to the highest standards and built to survive it’s coastal location with minimal maintenance. The front entrance is gated, giving security and privacy, and leaving no doubt on approaching the grounds, that this house is something rather special. The total approximate floor area is 3,561 sq ft, and the house is arranged over two floors, the upper of which presents a fantastic view across the wetlands reserve, and to France on a clear day. Beginning at the reception room, a generous 14.5 x 3.9m, the ground floor follows an open plan ‘L’ shape into the highly attractive modern/retro kitchen. This reception/ living area with large patio doors also features a central wood burning stove. Made of traditional cast iron, the stove sits on tiles in turn sitting on the immaculate hardwood floor. This central feature is not only attractive, but provides radiant heat that will provide a cosiness even the blustery winter weather on the coast can’t compete with. In addition to the multi-folding patio doors, there is a large round ‘porthole’ type window, in keeping with the nautical/coastal feel of the house. Like much else throughout the house the kitchen is a tasteful blend of traditional and contemporary. The worktops are attractive hardwood and stainless, there is a modern glass extractor suspended from the ceiling above the gas/halogen combination hob and the units are a lovely pastel washed woodgrain. This kitchen (8.9 x 4.5m) is cosy, even when empty of the signs of family life - as it was when the accompanying pictures were taken. Despite this, it maintains an ease of cleaning, and keeps it’s modern airiness. A stainless double sink and integrated appliances contrast a traditional mantlepiece. Plenty of natural light enters through the South facing windows, and it all adds up to a very pleasant room to be in. The kitchen has external doors to both the North and sea-facing South sides. There is also an internal door to a store/larder and a 3.1 x 2.3m utility room, which in turn leads to a further external entrance and a porch. The second internal door leads to 4.3 x 4.1m ‘reception room’, which in turn leads to a North facing porch and opposite, a staircase leading to a shower room and WC (3.2 x 2.1m). The ground floor is rounded out by a sun room, which measures a generous 4 x 4m, and a snug at 2.1 x 1.8m with an attached WC and wash basin.

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The Garage is accessed via the sun room internally, and is a large 5 x 2.9m allowing for a large family car and still plenty of space for garden implements and storage for other outdoor sundries. Up on the first floor we find the stairs leading on to a house bathroom of 3.3 x 2.4m, consisting of bath/shower and WC with pedestal basin. There are three bedrooms accessed by doors from the surrounding hallway, the largest of which is 4.8 x 4.2m in addition to the 4.1 x 2.4m and 3.5 x 3.4m of the other two. A separate, doored 2.7 x 1.4m hallway leading from the main hallway leads to the master bedroom and it’s large, fully fitted en-suite and separate walk-inwardrobe areas. The en suite is 3.4 x 3.2m and has high quality free standing shower and bath units, a WC and wash basin. The wardrobe area is partitioned from the master bedroom, and has integrated storage areas as well as a ‘dressing room’. The master bedroom is a huge 7.5 x 4.m and opens onto an incredible juliet balcony of 4.6 x 2.1m. The view from here is truly outstanding, and truly does take ones breath away. It’s hard for anyone who has even a slight affection for the sea to remain unmoved when looking across the beautiful tidal flats of St Clement... and this is possibly the best view you can get. Savills claim that this is “the ultimate beach house” is more than just sales talk. This truly is an amazing property that leads straight on to an equally amazing unspoiled stretch of what is possibly the finest coastal area in the British Isles. Viewing is recommended.

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Michael Dean; mgdean@savills.com Tel; +44 (0) 1534 722 227 Savills Jersey, 19 Halkett Place, St. Helier

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Interiors & Accessories Compiled by Tiffany Shales, news@jerseyweekly.com

Christmas decorating ideas Treating your loved ones this Christmas? What about your home? From stockings to tea lights, here are some festive inspired decorating ideas that will have your home looking and feeling Christmassy this year.

Metal lanterns Create an atmosphere of festive nostalgia with Victorian style lanterns. Light up your garden or turn down the lights indoors and instead, spend the evening by candlelight. Big Stainless Steel Lanterns £139.95 nordichouse.co.uk

Ethnic Lanterns £30 - £70 next.co.uk

Window stickers Add a sparkle to any room without stopping the light from streaming through your home with some fun Christmas window stickers.

Snowflakes Wall/ Window stickers £8 spincollective.co.uk

Repositionable Christmas Tree Wall Sticker £34 spincollective. co.uk

Christmas stockings Don’t keep your stockings in the bedroom, hang them proudly in the hallway for all to see. Elf Appliqued Stocking £25 retreat-home.com Parcel Christmas Stocking £22.99 retreat-home.com

Christmas stars Keep things calm, classy and clutter-free with simple silver stars. The perfect decoration for those who hate tat! White Sparkly Star £3.99 tch.net White/Grey Star with Bell £9 retreat-home.com Hanging tea lights Give your porch, front door or doorstep the wow factor by hanging some pretty tea lights from ribbon. Save on electricity and create a nostalgic and festive glow to your guests’ entrance. Zinc Tea Light Holder - Large & Small Star £2.49 each tch.net

Reindeer Hurricane Lanterns £32.95 nordichouse.co.uk

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St Saviour

£1,250,000 A-J

St Saviour

5 BEDROOM

6 BEDROOM

A long awaited development is on the market for the first time in 50 years. The property is situated in the most idyllic setting on a quiet road in St Saviour down a long private driveway.

St Lawrence

£650,000 A-J

Situated in Park Estate away from main stream and at the end of a private drive this stunning 3 bedroom bungalow, finished to exceptional standard and offering a home that’s flows and is low maintenance.

St Saviour

St Ouen

£495,000 A-J

A deceptively spacious, detached three bedroom family house nestled in the quiet close of Claremont Avenue. It is within easy reach of all the major town schools and on a regular bus route.

St Lawrence

3 BEDROOM

Beautifully presented family home set in the very heart of St Ouen rural country side, yet close to local restaurants and beach.

St Saviour

£455,000 A-J

St Helier

£385,000 A-H

3 BEDROOM

Without a doubt a Pristine 3 double bedroom 2 bathroom apartment with 2 secure parking spaces balcony and views now on offer to First Time Buyers and a fantastic starter home

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£479,000 A-J

2 BEDROOM

Perfect starter home set on a private setting away from main stream traffic yet close to all amenities. This divine house offers space and natural light throughout with SF garden and stunning views over to St Aubin.

St Helier

4 BEDROOM

Situated on the outskirts of Town, this absolutely stunning house has been transformed by the vendors to create a home full of warmth, space, style and comfort.

£620,000 A-J

3 BEDROOM

3 BEDROOM

A large detached home with 3 large double bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, separate dining room, large lounge, a garage with additional parking, good size garden.

£850,000 A-J

£445,000 A-J

4 BEDROOM

A stunning Victorian house situated in St Helier, with a self-contained flat that could be used as a 2-generation home or rented for extra income.

St Brelade

£300,000 A-H

1 BEDROOM

Superb location this immaculate one double bedroom apartment in much sought after location St Aubin close to beach, harbour of St Aubin and backing on to the railway walk.

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01534 481894 07797 776508

pat@lyonsestates.co.uk www.lyonsestates.co.uk St Brelade

£1,500,000 A-J 5 BEDROOM

Elizabeth Avenue, 2 generation home, home with income, or large family home. Sought after location in St Brelade this stunning house with separate self contained unit approx 2800 sq ft of house sitting on a good size plot offering space, privacy, 3 reception rooms, 4 double bedrooms in addition to a superb one bed apartment opening out to sunny lawn garden garage and plenty parking. Within walking distance to all amenities at red houses close to St Brelade’s Bay and in a sought after location and parish plans passed and approved to extend if needed

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prestigeproperties

Green Road Corner, St Clement, Jersey, JE2 6QA

01534 879999 sales@prestige.je or rentals@prestige.je

La Grande Route De Faldouet, St Martin

F E AT U R E D PROPERTY

£1,350 PCM

A new low energy house A Stunning one/ two bedrooms newly built cottage situated in parish of St. Martin that was originally designed as a dower cottage to the main house and has been completed to the same exacting standard throughout, with under floor heating, engineered oak flooring , solid internal doors, low energy appliances etc. Located well back from the main road, with attractive views and agricultural fields to the east this is an ideal choice for anyone wishing to have a peaceful home yet conveniently located. It has a small west facing rear patio/courtyard together with parking. A - H Category Children by arrangement ,No pets, No Smokers.

Patier Lane, St Saviour | £3,333 PCM

Three Oaks Farm, St Lawrence | £1,800 PCM

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Luxury family home Five bedrooms, 3 bathrooms ■■ Double garage plus parking ■■ Safe enclosed garden ■■ Stunning master bedroom ■■ A-H or J cat

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The Dunes, Greve D’Azette | £1,700 PCM

Patriotic Street, St Helier | £1,150 PCM

Sea front penthouse apartment ■■ 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms ■■ Electrically operated double garage ■■ Balcony with sea views ■■ A-J ■■ Available immediately ■■

A-J Or Non Quals Three bedrooms ■■ Unfurnished house ■■ Good decorative order ■■ Two parking spaces + visitors

Unfurnished flat Excellent decorative order ■■ Two bedrooms ■■ Fabulous outskirts location ■■ Negotiable Lease ■■ Undercover parking + store ■■ A-J cat ■■ ■■

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Claremont Road, St Helier

F E AT U R E D PROPERTY

£310,000 | SHARE TRANSFER OPEN TO OFFERS. This delightful 2 bedroom duplex apartment is presented in walk in condition. Located on the town outskirts & excellently situated for local shops, main bus routes or a short stroll to town. The apartment benefits from stunning views over the garden & sea beyond from very large picture windows in both the lounge and main bedroom. Attractive well maintained communal gardens compliment the apartment with the added benefit of a good sized garage. With restrictions on children & pets. A-H Cat

Rue Des Landes, St Peter | £725,000

Rue Des Chataigners, St John | £695,000

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2 Generation Property ■■ Stunning large Master En-Suite ■■ Main 3 large double bedrooms ■■ Separate one bed apartment ■■ Sunny south facing garden

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Bonne Nuit, St John | £535,000

La Grande Route De La Cote, St Clement | £525,000

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Exceptional views of Bonne Nuit bay & ■■ the French coast ■■ 2 - 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms ■■ Master bedroom with en-suite ■■ Very large communal area overlooking bay ■■ Available to A-J Cat ■■

Spacious granite family home ■■ Four-five bedrooms ■■ Sea and country views ■■ Rural location ■■ Ample parking

Detached house Three bedrooms ■■ Enclosed garden ■■ Heated swimming pool ■■ 2 gen or additional income ■■ Close to beach & amenities ■■ ■■

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01534 710710

info@redproperties.je 8 Esplanade. St Helier. www.redproperties.je

Happy Christmas from all of us at Red Properties Rue des Chataigniers, St John ÂŁ2,100 PCM | A-J An interesting granite barn conversion offering a modern versatile home with ample accommodation for any growing family or 2 generation. Internally the property offers distant sea & country views from its large lounge with beamed ceiling and feature wood burning stove, 4 bedrooms one of which a master bedroom with separate dressing room and recently installed ensuite, fully equipped kitchen, large utility room, large dining room and a large converted loft which could make a 5th bedroom or playroom and 2 bathrooms. Outside there is an easily manageable south facing garden and driveway with parking for at least four cars. This property is vacant and offers good value! Viewing highly recommended!

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Millbrook Mews, St Lawrence £515,000 | A-J | FREEHOLD This simply fantastic 3 double bedroom, 2 bathroom property is situated in a most convenient location on a good bus route into St Helier and within easy walking distance to the local shops, parks and St Aubin’s Bay. Recently constructed by a leading, local developer the striking design is full of character and has lovely views to the rear over bordering woodland. In immaculate condition throughout the property benefits from a quality kitchen with granite worktops and a comprehensive range of integrated appliances, sitting room plus 3 large bedrooms (all with fitted wardrobes) and 2 quality bathroom suites. There is also a detached single garage plus parking for 2 cars and easily maintained front and rear gardens. Ideal for a young professional couple, downsize or alternatively a perfect buy – to let opportunity. Please phone for an early viewing to avoid disappointment. Red871

Le Mont Gras d’Eau, St Brelade £650,000 | A-J | FREEHOLD A delightful detached 3/4 bedroom family home perched at the end of a quiet road above St Brelade’s Bay. This property occupies a charming well established plot in an enviable location. The rooms are all of a good size and there is a safely enclosed, well screened sunny garden to the rear. There are distant sea views from the first floor and a good sized sun lounge to the rear. Don’t miss this one !

Red633

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BUILDING IN PROCESS –4 BED £975,000 • A-H • St Clement

REF: 2723

NEW DEVELOPMENT – 3 BED £585,000 • 11K • St Saviour

REF: 1696

FAMILY HOME – 3 BED £537,000 • A-J • St Helier

REF: 2412

Should be finished by Feb 2012, stylish & spacious layout, built on a large plot

High spec, large open plan kitchen/ sitting room, walking distance to town

Very quite location, good size reception, sun lounge/conservatory, new eat in kitchen

FAMILY HOME – 3 BED £465,000 • A-J • St Clement

CLOSE TO BEACH – 3 BED £405,000 • A-J • St Helier

RECENTLY REFURBISHED – 3 BED £399,000 • A-J • St Saviour

REF: 2264 Great location, generous room sizes, bright & airy, west facing sunny garden

REF: 2203 Cosy cottage near the beach, totally renovated, quality eat in kitchen

REF: 2572 Great living space, two receptions, outhouse, large tiered garden, parking for 2

STUNNING NEW BUILD – 4 BED £1,150,000 • 11K • St Mary A fabulous and rare opportunity to purchase a stunning newly built 4 bedroom granite bungalow with stables and 4 1/2 verges of equine grazing in the heart of St Mary’s. Built by one of Jersey’s finest builders and with uninterrupted countryside views from your living area this is truly a rare opportunity not to miss. The property briefly comprises of 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, large lounge/diner, w/c, kitchen, garden and unlimited parking.

REF: 2671

COUNTRY LOCATION – 5 BED £1,150,000 • A-J • St Lawrence

REF: 2739

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With a date stone of 1865 this traditional spacious former Jersey Farm house offers so much. Internally you have 3 reception rooms, functional fireplaces, kitchen breakfast room, utility room, sauna, shower pool room, master ensuite and a further 4 double bedrooms, house bathroom, 2 shower rooms and roof space offers a large attic. Externally there is ½ vergee south facing lawn garden with established trees offering all day sunshine and privacy, heated swimming pool, garaging and ample parking.

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Troys Property 23 Seale Street, St Helier, Jersey, JE2 3QG Tel: 01534 734488 Fax: 01534 759852 sales@troysjersey.com www.troysjersey.com

GREVE D’AZETTE – 2 BED £350,000 • A-J • St Clement

REF: 127

SPACIOUS APT – 3 BED £340,000 • A-H • St Helier

REF: 2195

APT AT FIRST TOWER – 2 BED £330,000 • A-H • St Helier

REF: 2715

Apt on 2nd floor, stunning uninterrupted sea views, high ceilings, eat in kitchen

Town outskirts, deceptively spacious, duplex apt, large new eat in kitchen

Modern & superbly presented, large kitchen, living area, 2 parking spaces

GREAT VALUE APT – 2 BED £280,000 • A-H • St Brelade

WELL PRESENTED – 1 BED £215,000 • A-H • St Helier

PERIOD APT WITH PARKING – 1 BED £199,000 • A-H • St Helier

REF: 2732 Very spacious, large living room areas, recently fitted kitchen, 2 parking spaces

REF: 2721 Ground floor apt, walk in condition, large living room, private shared garden

REF: 2740 Ground floor, elegant building, town outskirts, original features, eat in kitchen

DETACHED NEW BUILD – 3 BED £679,000 • A-J • St Ouen If you are looking for a detached new build in St Ouen with 3 double bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, garage, on a quiet road with rural aspects yet close to the shops and good local inn, then look no further.

REF: 1732

AFFORDABLE FAMILY HOME – 3 BED £400,000 • A-J • St Saviour This is a well presented family three bedroom home at a affordable price. Ideally located on a private estate on the outskirts of St Saviour. The property is superbly proportioned throughout and would make a great first home or buy to let. The property briefly comprises of three bedrooms, kitchen, house bathroom, large living area, downstairs cloakroom, garden and ample parking.

REF: 2750

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Keeping Jersey Moving CALL US!

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07797 719146

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Original Victorian Town House

A unique opportunity to purchase an original Victorian Town House. The property has changed hands twice since construction in 1849, has retained most of the original period features. St Helier, A-J Category. Freehold. Ref: 1010.

£725,000

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State-of-the-Art Town House

Purpose-Built One Bedroom Apartment

Spacious accommodation including: three double bedrooms (two with ensuite shower rooms), large open plan living area with high quality fully fitted kitchen, house bathroom, balcony. St Helier, A-J Category. Freehold. Ref: 999.

A bright modern ground floor apartment located within a small block on a very quiet lane not far from the Town Centre. Property includes; living room, kitchen double bedroom, bathroom and parking St Helier, A-H Category. Freehold. Ref: 1031.

£435,000

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Spacious Ground Floor Apartment

Just Yards From The Golf Course

Three Bedroom Town House

£202,000

£1,800 PCM

£1,700 PCM

A spacious ground floor apartment located within a very well maintained block on the outskirts of St. Helier. The property includes; double bedroom, living room, eat-in kitchen and bathroom. St Helier, A-H Category. Freehold. Ref: 1029.

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A modern two bedroom house in a very quiet location just a short stroll from the golf course, beach and Gorey Village. The property comprises; two double bedrooms, living room, kitchen. Grouville, A-J Category. Rental. Ref: 1058.

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The property comprises: open-plan lounge/diner, fully fitted and applianced kitchen, three double bedrooms, two bath/shower rooms, private roof-top garden with views over St. Helier. St Helier, A-J Category. Rental .Ref: 1055.

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The Property Services Directory Compiled by Mark Bradbury, sales@jerseyweekly.com

Jersey Powdercoating We can powdercoat any suitable material. Lots of colours available from stock including metallic’s, textured, neon and also other special effect colours (ask for details). We can also powdercoat and plastic-coat on site with our new state of the art coating machine.

Outdoor Garden Furniture Railings Gates Gutters Wheels

Household Lights Radiators Light Switches Window Frames Chairs & Tables

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PMB Decorators Ltd is a long established company dealing in all aspects of the decorating trade, from internal finishes and wallcoverings to external paint finishes. We undertake domestic and commercial contracts of any size and are fully insured.

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E-mail or call us with your requirements and we will be happy to help; with free quotes and reasonable prices.

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Fully Insured Free Estimates Competitive Prices Quality Assurance Full Auto-CAD Design Service

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You will find us opposite the Union Inn, Queen’s Road.

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Gifts & Gadgets Compiled by Jason Bourgeois, news@jerseyweekly.com

For the Christmas Lottery Winners! (Firebox is your friend this week) Your Own Flight Simulator! £35,995 www.firebox.com

Devon Tread 1 Watch £10,999 www.firebox.com

Piloting an aeroplane in your home makes about as much sense as driving a combine harvester around the bathroom. But we gave up trying to make sense years ago. Introducing the OVO-4 Home Flight Simulator.

Unlike any other watch you’ve seen, this mechanical masterpiece uses 4 compact microstep motors to power a series of exposed glass-nylon belts that adjust the time and date.

Giant Swiss Army Knife

Fit Fur Life Pet Treadmill

£499 www.firebox.com

£2,535 www.firebox.com Since you’ve got a few quid spare, why not indulge your dog with the Professional Fit Fur Life Treadmill? Originally developed for rehabilitating injured animals and training service dogs.

Make James Bond and MacGyver look like ill-equipped buffoons with the jaw-dropping Wenger Giant Swiss Army Knife. As awesome as it is ridiculous, this incredible triumph of engineering is packed with 85 fully functional implements.

Illuminating Coffee Table

Glass Pool Table

£2,000 www.firebox.com Simply plug in this neon-packed, stainless steel beast and watch in awe as its toughened glass surface bursts into life. But that’s only the half of it because a separate downlight casts a chilled glow from its underside. You can even tone things down via independent dimmer controls and select your own colours using a range of ingenious interchangeable filters.

£39,000 www.firebox.com You’re probably wondering how a glass surface can possibly replicate the rolling resistance of baize. Put simply it can’t. That’s why the G-1’s toughened glass is topped with a patented Vitrik playing surface.

The Batmobile £120,000 www.firebox.com Yes you read that correctly. ‘Atomic batteries to power…turbines to speed…Roger, ready to move out.’ Yes bat-fans, as any caped crusader knows, if you really want to strike fear into Gotham City’s master criminals you need a Batmobile.

STAFF PICK

Swarovski Headphones £1,799 www.firebox.com

Moller M400 £324,000

Think these Swarovski™ encrusted cans are just for show? Think again. Based on the Audio Technica ATH-M50 Headphone body, these sparkly lobe-wobblers are made first and foremost for magnificent dynamic sound.

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www.firebox.com Once private air travel was the exclusive preserve of the rich and famous. Sadly, it still is, unless you happen to have the lion’s share of half a million lying dormant in your bank account. The Skycar, though,

has whipped the Firebox team into a collective frenzy with its vertical take off capability and vaguely enticing 380Mph top speed. Unlike previous prototype Skycars, the M400 can comfortably seat four people, making a day trip to the south of France with your mates the equivalent of a two-hour blast down the motorway. That’s when it goes on sale, of course, which isn’t just yet.

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Motoring Search over 700 vehicles for-sale in Jersey from 22 local motor dealers at JerseyWeekly.com/vehicles

BRIAN VALOIS CARS Contact us with your requirements for a more personal service in finding your ideal car

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RENAULT CLIO SPORT 1.2

FIAT PUNTO 1.2

MAZDA 323 1.6 GSI

Manual, 3 Door, Remote Central Locking, EC Front Windows, MP3 Compatible, CD, 16” Oz Racing Alloys, Sports Body Kit

Active Sport, Manual Transmission, Three Door

Automatic, 5 Door, Hatch, Electric Windows, AC, Radio/Cassette Remote Central Locking, Sunroof

2000

£1,995

2005

£3,995

2002

£2,995

KIA CARENS GSX 1.8

SEAT CORDOBA S 1.4

SUZUKI GRAND VITARA 1.6

Manual, 5 Door, 44,680 Miles, 14” Alloys, EC Windows

16v, Manual, AC, 4 Door, Saloon, CD, EC Windows, Central Locking

Convertible, Manual, 3 Door, 4x4, SUV, CD, 16” Alloys, Central Locking

2001

£2,750

2003

£2,995

2005

£5,995

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DEREK WARWICK HONDA ALL NEW HONDA CIVIC 2012 FOR ONE NIGHT, AND BY INVITE ONLY, valued customers of Derek Warwick Honda were given a sneak preview of the all new 2012 model of Honda’s Venerable ‘Civic’. The event was very special indeed, as it chronicled the evolution of this popular and highly regarded car, right up until the previewed model, with all it’s new technology and refinements. On hand to talk about the car, the company and the ideas was veteran Honda Product Trainer, Alfonso Gomez. Jersey Weekly caught up with Mr Gomez after his witty yet informative presentation, and talked a little about his love for his job, and his love of Jersey, as well as a bit about the car!

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WATCHING HONDA PRODUCT Trainer Alfredo Gomez, as he works his way along the panelled display of Honda’s history and innovations, you can’t help but get caught up in his obvious enthusiasm. He later told us how this was his eighth year of visiting Derek Warwick Honda to unveil and train staff on new products, and how much he loved Jersey. “As well as being a beautiful Island”, said the energetic demonstrator, “the public I meet here always tell us how Derek Warwick has the very best customer care. It’s a pleasure to come here, and I consider it one of the privileges of getting to a senior trainer’s position I get to do more of these Jersey visits!”. For this event, the showroom at Derek Warwick Honda, Longueville, was divided by the aforementioned display - that explained Honda’s beginnings, how they had evolved and led neatly to the very newest car the company has for the market... so new it’s not even for sale yet! The invited guest were treated to retro sweets and treats, as well as the usual wine and soft drinks, and the theme was very much a celebration of the development of Honda as an innovator, as much as a manufacturer. Beginning at the end of the display closest to the entrance, Alfonso began by telling the crowd how founder Soichiro Honda first saw a Ford Model T, and was captivated by the then modern technology. “Being a Ford”, continued Alfonso in a tongue-in-cheek manner, “...it naturally left a pool of oil where it had been stood”. The story goes that the young technical wizard bent down and smelled, then tasted the oil... claiming from that moment on, it was “forever in (his) blood.” Explaining further how Soichiro Honda came to adopt the principles that made Honda such a reputable brand, Alfonso told how of an early experiment, in which he sent his wife to the popular market on a hastily built engine-powered bicycle, only to have her return covered in oil and very unhappy. This, he said, led to Honda’s commitment to never “Try and solve a problem by causing more problems” - and thus the rigorous testing that goes into every Honda product. He continued through the display, and talked of Honda’s bikes, planes and even the companies ‘ASIMO’ robot! The company is also working on a hydrogen fuel cell, viewing petrol and diesel as on their way to becoming obsolete. But on to the car! As Alfonso reached what he called ‘his baby’, we were greeted by the very slick lines of what was obviously the star of the show. Looking mean and clean, and demonstrating the precise ‘shut-lines’ and flawless symmetry that Honda have become famous for, the all new Civic flashed it’s LED sidelights as the ‘Keyless entry’ fob in Alfonso’s pocket came into range. He went on to demonstrate that there is no part of the new model that hasn’t been thought out. This begins at the grill, where the Honda ‘H’ logo conceals an all new ‘radar array’. Yes, you read that right; radar! It monitors how close objects are to the car, how fast you are approaching objects or other drivers, whether full beam headlights are appropriate (it ‘dips’ if it senses other head or tail lights) and keeps you alerted if it thinks you are getting tired. The visibility has been improved in response to customer feedback... the windows keep their funky, sporty raked lines, but now the view is dramatically improved in all directions.

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There is a new ‘lip’ machined into the wheels, to stop brake dust covering the stylish new alloys. The doors open in three stages laughingly referred to by Alfonso as ‘wife’ (smallest opening), ‘ex-wife’ (wider) and ‘ex’s Mother’ (very wide!)! The rear doors open wide and reveal Honda’s ‘magic seat’. This allows a one-handed conversion to a huge open load space in the rear. Alfonso ‘walked through’ the car, and went on to tell of one ‘rural’ dealer who demonstrated this by leading a Shetland pony through the car! Other refinements include the ingenious lowering of the insurance group by raising of the rear bumper. Most accidents, reason Honda, are rear shunt types. By raising the bumper, the tailgate is saved in such collisions, meaning that you only need replace the bumper itself. There were literally so many touches added to the car, that it would take a much bigger article to cover them all... but there are brochures available from Derek Warwick Honda that explain in great detail, and it really bears a look. There will be nine models and three engine options, including the 2.2i DTEC diesel - a technological marvel. Alfonso tells us that the car will be available around February 2012, after some setbacks due to the Earthquake in Japan. When discussing the driving and handling of the car, the smile on the Product Trainer’s face spoke far more than any sales pitch, and we believed him when he told us; “it’s just amazing!”.

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TOYOTA LAND CRUSIER Words and Feature Design by Tiffany Shales

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The Toyota Land Cruiser has had 60 years of pure unrivalled driving experience worldwide. The evolution of the Land Cruiser has been going in leaps and bounds through the years with the design and technology now making it the most durable, most reliable and most comfortable Land Cruiser created by Toyota. The new Land Cruiser is available with Multi Terrain Monitor (LC5 model only) which delivers you images from four cameras situated around the vehicle, providing useful information about your surroundings. The new Steering Angle Display also lets you know which way the front wheels are pointing. This is not only helpful for offroading but also for parking in tight spaces. The luxury seats are genuine leather all round and the front seats gain additional comfort with the integrated heating and electrical adjustment. In the back it is exceptionally versatile, spacious and refined. The second-row seats move independently and are more accommodating than ever, thanks to them being able to slide and include the added comfort of reclining seat backs. A slide-and-tilt walk-in function provides you with easy access to the second and third row seats which fold away flat with the floor at a touch of a button (manual option on LC3). Land Cruiser responds instantly to your needs with a touch of a button, either on the steering wheel, or the front console. You and your passengers will benefit from triple zone air conditioning ensuring optimum comfort for everyone. The premium entertainment package includes 17 speaker JBL Synthesis Premium Surround Sound System, custom-designed for the cabin of the Land Cruiser. For the rear passengers the can enjoy the entertainment system,

which features a drop-down colour monitor to watch movies, play games or listen to music on the go. For the offroaders there is Crawl Control, which automatically controls the engine output and braking to help maintain a very low speed on particularly demanding ground. This helps you concentrate on steering and helps to minimise wheel-spin and wheel-lock, providing outstanding stability (LC5 only). The Land Cruiser also includes Kinetic Dynamic Suspension System and Adaptive Variable Suspension, which intelligently adjust the front and rear anti-roll bars according to the driving conditions. These functions ensure a secure, level progress - on rough ground they will allow long suspension travel for maximum flexibility. 3.0 litre D-4D engine may endow the Land Cruise with an impressive 410Nm of torque from just 1,600rpm, but it’s diesel engine still offers class-leading fuel economy. An efficient transfer of power to the road is provided by a precise five-speed automatic transmission, fitted as standard to all grades. Top speed is 109mph and this refined diesel unit will power the Land Cruiser to 62mph in 11.7 seconds. Toyota have included some great safety features; for example the Electronic Brake Force Distribution (EBD), which optimises the brake force allocation between each wheel. The Land Cruiser is also prepared for rear-end collisions, with injuryreducing active headrests - the headrests move diagonally upward and forward, to catch the back of the head helping reduce the risk of whiplash. They have also included ‘follow me home’ which keeps the headlamps illuminated for a limited time after exit - to allow you to safely walk to your destination at night.

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La Moye. St Brelade. Jersey JE3 8LN

Tel: 01534 490046 Fax: 01534 743240 See all our stock updated daily at www.jerseyweekly.com Some images may be used for illustration purposes. Please contact us for full details, specifications and to arrange a no-obligation test drive.

FORD TRANSIT CONNECT 2007

VW TIGUAN TDI SE 140 2008

£6,995

£14,995

JAGUAR XK 4.2 V8 2006

£22,995

FORD FOCUS TDCI ZETEC 2004

£3,995

Low Miles, FSH

One Owner, FSH, Immaculate

12k Miles, FSH, Fully Loaded

CD, AC, Turbo Diesel, FSH

CITROEN BERLINGO 2005

LAND ROVER DISCOVERY 3 2007

BMW 325I SE 2008

BMW K1200S 2006

£3,995

£22,995

£14,995

£5,995

VGC, Diesel, Economy

One Owner, FSH, 7 Seats, Auto

Manual, CD, AC, Climate

FORD FOCUS 1.6 ZETEC 2009

BMW Z3 1.9 1999

YAMAHA XTX660 2005

£7,995

£4,995

£2,995

VOLVO C30 2.4 2007

£9,995

Automatic, AC, CD, FSH

37k Miles, FSH

One Owner, FSH

Auto, Coupe, FSH, CD, AC

BMW F800GS 2011

FIAT 500 PINK 2010

FIESTA ZETEC 1.4 DCI 2007

TOYOTA MR2 SPECIAL 2002

£5,995

£10,995

£5,495

£3,995

As New, Top Box, Heated Grip

Immaculate Example

Turbo Diesel, AC, CD

Cabriolet, Low Miles, Body Kit

PORSCHE BOXSTER S 2004

RENAULT SCIENCE 2005

S TYPE JAGUAR 2000

HONDA CR-V SPORT 2005

£13,995 3.2 Tiptronic, CD, AC, Auto

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£4,995 Low Mileage, FSH, CD, AC

£4,995

£7,995

30ltr, Lux, Low Miles, 2 Owners

CD, AC, Manual, 4x4

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Derek Warwick

Mini Cooper

OVER 100 USED CARS IN STOCK ALL FULLY SERVICED MINIMUM OF 2 YEARS WARRANTY

CAR OF THE WEEK!

www.derekwarwick.com

2007 • £9,995

Vauxhall Astra Convertible

Toyota Yaris TR

Nissan Primera

2004 • £4,995

2007 • £7,995

2004 • £5,995

Honda CR-V EX

Honda Civic

Honda CR-V EX

2008 • £19,995

2010 • £16,995

2008 • £20,995

Nissan Qashqai

Honda CR-V Sport

Volkswagen Touareg

2008 • £13,995

2005 • £10,995

2007 • £19,995

Longueville Road, St. Saviour, Jersey, JE2 7WF tel: 758881 email: info@derekwarwick.com See all vehicles in-stock updated all-day every-day online…

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BAGOT ROAD GARAGE RENAULT DEALER

T: 01534 815120 BAGOT ROAD, ST SAVIOUR, JE1 1BP

National winner of Dealer of Excellence 2008

www.dealer.renault.co.uk/bagot-road-jersey

RENAULT MEGANE DYNAMIQUE Manual, 4 Door Saloon

RENAULT KOLEOS DYNAMIQUE S 2.0 DCI Manual, 4x4 Crossover, Reduced from £16,995

PORSCHE BOXSTER 2.7 CONVERTIBLE

RENAULT MEGANE PRIVILEGE TCE

RENAULT MEGANE COUPE PRIVILEGE 2.0

Sensors, 18” Alloys, Leather, EC Windows

Manual, 3 Door, Coupe, only 6,500 miles

Sports Chassis, Handsfree Keycard, Cruise & more..

2006 • JUST £5,495

2010 • JUST £15,995

2006 • JUST £18,495

2009 • ONLY £11,995

2009 • ONLY £12,995

RENAULT LAGUNA DYNAMIQUE 2.0 Manual, 5 Door, 16v, Hatch

RENAULT MEGANE DYNAMIQUE 1.5 Ex-Demo 5 Door Hatch

HONDA CIVIC ES 1.8

RENAULT SCENIC DYNAMIQUE

Manual, 5 Door Hatch

1.6 VVT, 111 Automatic, 5 Door, MPV

RENAULT GRAND MODUS DYNAMIQUE 1.2, TCE, 100, 5 Door, Compact MPV

2008 • JUST £9,495

2008 • JUST £9,995

2007 • JUST £8,495

2008 • JUST £7,995

2008 • JUST £7,995

RENAULT SCENIC TOMTOM

RENAULT GRAND SCENIC PRIVILEGE 2.0 DCI

RENAULT MEGANE COUPE DYNAMIQUE

VOLVO V50 S 2.0

HONDA CIVIC EXECUTIVE 1.8

1.6 VVT, Manual, 5 Door, MPV, Petrol, 5000 Miles

150BHP, Diesel, 6CD Handsfree Keycard

Cabriolet, Manual, 3 Door

Manual, Diesel, 5 Door Estate

Manual, 5 Door Hatch

2010 • JUST £12,995

2007 • JUST £8,495

2008 • ONLY £8,500

2006 • JUST £9,995

2007 • ONLY £9,495

SUZUKI GRAND VITARA SZ5 4x4, 2.4, Auto, 5 Door, SUV

MINI COOPER S CHILLI 1.6 TURBO 17” Alloys, Electric Windows, Manual

RENAULT MODUS DYNAMIQUE 1.6 Automatic, 5 Door Compact

SUZUKI GRAND VITARA SZ5

RENAULT KANGOO CAR EXPRESSION 1.6

4x4, 2.4, Manual, 5 Door, SUV

2 Sliding Doors, CD, Underfloor Storage

2009 • JUST £12,995

2007 • JUST £11,495

2009 • JUST £7,995

2009 • JUST £11,995

2011 • JUST £10,995

FOR DECEMBER ONLY, FOR ANY USED CAR PURCHASED YOU WILL RECEIVE A LUXURY LA MARE VINEYARDS PREMIER HAMPER OR AN APPLE IPAD 2 www.dealer.renault.co.uk/bagot-road-jersey

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THE AWARD-WINNING RENAULTSPORT RANGE WITH VA VA VOOM AS STANDARD

Twingo Renaultsport 133 Cup

£11,030

• Cup chassis (lower riding height, stiffer springs and dampers) • 17" Renaultsport anthracite wheels • Renaultsport front seats

3 years servicing for £249*

Clio Renaultsport 200 Cup

£15,095

• Cup chassis (lower riding height/ stiffer springs and dampers) • Renaultsport 17" anthracite alloy wheels • Red painted Brembo brake calipers

3 years servicing for £249*

Mégane Coupé Renaultsport 250 Cup

£21,299

• 18" satin black alloy wheels • Cup chassis (stiffer springs/dampers and anti-roll bar) • Renaultsport PerfoHub double-axis front suspension 3 years servicing for £249*

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Finance available

• 36 months with no deposit • 48 months with 20% deposit • 60 months with 20% deposit

The official fuel consumption figures in mpg (l/100km) for the range shown are: Urban 31.4-24.8 (9.0-11.5), Extra Urban 50.4-44.1 (5.6-6.7), Combined 42.2-34.0 (6.7-8.4). The official CO2 emission figures for the range are 155-195g/km. *Service offer

covers vehicles for 3 years or 30,000 miles (whichever comes first) and is available at the point of new car registration. The service offer can be transferred to another new vehicle at no extra cost. Services must be carried out in line with manufacturer’s servicing schedule and can be carried out at any Renault dealer. Service offer valid on all vehicles registered prior to 31st December 2011.

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V E H I C L E S

S A L E S

C E N T R E

Ford Ka 2010

Citroen C3 VTR+ 2010 ABS, Alarm, Alloys, CD, AC, Isofix, Immob.

12 Month Warranty, Manual, Petrol, CD, Alloys, C. Locking

£4,995

£9,495 £8,495

£9,995 £7,995

Suzuki Grand Vitara 2008

Audi A3 Quattro 2004 Turbo, Left Hand Drive, ABS, Alarm, CD, Sensors

Warranty, 4WD, 7 Seats, ABS, AC, Alarm, Alloys, CD

£9,995

£8,995

£14,995 £10,995

Vauxhall Zafira 2003

BMW 318i Conv. 2003

Renault Megane Estate 2005

£4,495

£7,495

£5,995

12 Month Warranty, AC, Alloys, EC Mirrors, Immob.

Warranty, ABS, AC, Alloys, Cent. Locking, SatNav, CD

12 Month Warranty, ABS, AC, Alarm, Alloys, CD

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Warranty, ABS, Alarm, CD, Immob., Power Hood.

Peugot 307cc 2008

Toyota Land Cruiser 2000

12 Month Warranty, ABS, Alarm, CD, Immobiliser

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Augres Garage, La Route de la Trinite, Trinity, JE3 5JN

Tel: (01534) 865900

www.Freelance.je

Renault Clio iMusic 2010

Citroen Berlingo 2009

Toyota Yaris 2011

ABS, AC, CD, Alarm, Immobiliser, Isofix, 5 Door

Warranty, ABS, CD, EC Windows, Immob., Load Liner

Manual, ABS, AC, Alarm, CD Player, Alloys, Isofix

£9,995 £9,495

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New Leadership For International Private Clients Students who took part in the IoD Jersey’s Work Shadowing initiative this year were recognised for their hard work earlier this month. At a prize giving event held at Victoria College on 8th November, attended by over 150 students, business representatives, community leaders, parents and teachers, certificates and awards were presented to the 54 students who took part in this year’s scheme, which was sponsored by KPMG. Each year, the students’ CVs, letters of applications, interviews and reports of their work shadowing experience are assessed for two main awards. This year, the overall prize was awarded to Fiona Potigny, who shadowed Jon Gripton at BBC Jersey, whilst the runner-up was William Perchard, who shadowed Julie Garbutt at Health and Social Services. 

shadowing a senior Director in order to get a taste for a business career. Maureen Bourniquel, Chair of the IoD Jersey Education and Training Sub-Committee, said: “Particularly in the current climate, it is vital

that we encourage local talent to stay in or return to Jersey, and that local businesses play a part in giving students an opportunity to get a taste of real business life. It is encouraging that the IoD’s work shadowing scheme in Jersey continues to be so well supported, with a high number of students taking part and a broad range of organisations offering placements yet again. It was a pleasure to recognise the efforts of those students and organisations who took part this year.” The 2012 scheme will get under way again in January, when presentations will be held for Sixth Forms at schools across Jersey.

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Both Fiona and William were presented with engraved salvers by the Lieutenant Governor and will receive an all-expenses paid day trip to London in May 2012 to attend the IoD Annual Convention at the 02 Arena, where previous speakers have included the prime minister of the day, Bill Gates and Bob Geldof. In addition, a prize was awarded to Alexander Gavriel for writing the best report on a work shadowing experience.  Alexander, who shadowed Clive Barton at Moore Stephens, won an engraved silver ball point pen. Talking about winning the top award, Fiona said: “Winning the IoD

work shadowing scheme was amazing. However, competitive element aside, participating was incredibly rewarding in itself. I thoroughly enjoyed shadowing the Senior Editor of BBC Jersey and can only hope that this glimpse of life at the top was a preview of what is to come for me!” William added: “The experience was a once in a lifetime opportunity to

shadow a Director at a very senior level, which allowed me to gain unique skills and confidence. The interview and selection process, particularly the close scrutiny of my CV, was especially useful.” The Jersey branch of the IoD has been running the Work Shadowing scheme for a number of years, supported by Careers Jersey. It provides a means for predominantly Year 12 students to experience a week

Viberts Jersey Lawyers has strengthened Rose Colley’s leading family law team with the addition of Andrew Morris, Senior Family Lawyer; Oliver Crich, English solicitor and Natalie Berenguer, Legal Assistant. Andrew joins from Mishcon De Reya, one of the foremost family departments in England. Andrew has particular experience in dealing with complex high value financial cases, often involving trusts, family businesses and assets in more than one jurisdiction. He advises parents in all aspects of the law relating to children, including contact, residence and cross-border movement of children. Oliver Crich trained and qualified as an English Solicitor with the highly respected UK law firm Irwin Mitchell. He previously worked with Viberts’ family team in 2007 whilst reading law at the University of East Anglia. Oliver’s training focused on commercial and financial legal areas and will be extremely valuable to the family law team when

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dealing with cases involving finances. Natalie was born and educated in Jersey and joins from Tremoceiro Advocates. Natalie read Law at Nottingham Trent University before returning to Jersey and is currently studying towards her final Jersey Advocates & Solicitors qualifying examination for call to the Jersey Bar in 2012. Commenting on the appointments Managing Partner, Advocate Zoe Blomfield said, “I am delighted that Andrew, Oliver and Natalie have

joined the firm. They bring a good breadth of enthusiasm and experience which will complement and further enhance Viberts’ client offering as a full service Jersey law firm. We believe this will establish Viberts as the premier matrimonial practice group in the Island.”

Mourant Ozannes promotes top employment lawyer to partner

Advocate Helen Ruelle, one of the leading employment lawyers in Jersey, will become a partner of Mourant Ozannes on 1 February next year. Helen has been at the firm for ten years and is rated by Chambers and Partners, one of the leading legal directories, as a ‘Tier 1 employment lawyer’.

She is applauded by Chambers as ‘hugely capable and exceptional at translating legal jargon into layman’s terms’. Helen commented: “I’m thrilled

to be joining the partnership at such an exciting time. I am delighted to lead such a well-respected team and to be working with the exceptional clients we have in the Channel Islands.”

Jonathan Rigby, Managing Partner, Mourant Ozannes, said: “Helen

has been instrumental in building the top-tier employment team in Jersey. While Mourant Ozannes continues to expand overseas, Helen’s promotion is not only a testament to her personal strengths but also a reflection on the importance we place on the home markets of Jersey and Guernsey. Helen’s promotion to partner now differentiates Mourant Ozannes as being the only firm with top-tier, partner-led employment practices in both Jersey and Guernsey.” Helen is a member of the Employment Lawyers Association and has recently been appointed Chairman of the Employment Forum, an independent, statutory body which is responsible for consulting and making recommendations on developments in employment law in Jersey. In addition to leading the employment team, Helen will continue

to advise on a range of issues facing Jersey businesses, including competition, data protection and regulation of undertakings.

Collas Crill boost fund and corporate offering with new partner

Channel Islands law firm Collas Crill has appointed a new partner to its Jersey-based Corporate and Commercial team. Mark Rawlins has considerable experience in offshore funds and corporate work, having spent the past 12 years acting for private equity funds, hedge funds and cross-border investment and finance structures. He also has significant experience with offshore capital markets transactions and aviation financing. Mark’s experience spans from startup operations to multi-billion dollar transactions and re-structurings. He joins Collas Crill’s busy and expanding team in Jersey headed by Paul Wilson. Paul said: Mark’s arrival again signifies the direction we are taking the department and the firm. With an increasing number of our lawyers bringing significant international experience, including in competitor jurisdictions, we are well placed to offer the level of service and depth of experience that clients demand in an increasingly globalised market place. Mark is an excellent addition and we are excited about the contributions that he will make in the continuation of our growth and success both in Jersey and further afield.” Joint managing partner Kathryn Purkis said: “We are delighted with Mark’s addition to our funds and corporate department. His expertise and experience provide additional strength and depth to our investment funds services. Together with funds specialist Adrian Odell, we now have a formidable team in the investment funds market.” One client firm said of Mark: “He is not only a superb technical lawyer but also has sound judgement, a great commercial sense and can be expected to routinely come up with creative solutions to difficult problems, often spontaneously.” Mark was most recently a partner at Maples and Calder in Cayman, where he lived for nine years. He trained and worked at the London magic circle firm Linklaters and also has in-house experience, gained in his role at design and engineering firm Ove Arup. Of his new appointment Mark said: “Collas Crill is an ambitious firm combining a strong vision and first rate culture with legal excellence. It is proudly client focused, innovative and forward looking. With the continued gravitation toward well regulated international financial centres such as Jersey and Guernsey, I am looking forward to assisting both the firm and our clients grow and prosper in these jurisdictions.” Mark is a graduate of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, and completed his Common Professional Exam and Law Society Finals at the College of Law in London. He was admitted as a solicitor in England and Wales in 1995 and as an attorney-at-law in the Cayman Islands in 2002.

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Strummerfest 2011

On the 17th of December, a group of local bands will get together at The Star in St. Peter, to celebrate the life of one of modern music’s biggest influences and at the same time raise money for his charity; Strummerville: The Joe Strummer Foundation For New Music. Joe Strummer, who died suddenly of a heart defect in December 2002, was most famous for being the guitarist and main vocalist of the band The Clash. He went on to sing with folk rockers The Pogues and more recently before his death formed a group with his backing band The Mescaleros. Strummer also wrote music for various film soundtracks and starred in a few movies himself. Event organisers Craig Welsh and Dan ‘Leatherland’ Parkes tell us more about the background of the event: “My band were

asked by the good people at The Star to come over from the UK and play for them just before Christmas.” Craig tells us. “Dan and I had spoken for a while about doing a fundraiser for Joe’s charity and as December is the 9th anniversary of his passing, we thought this would be a great time to do it. I’ve a lot of contacts with bands over here so thought we could get a load of our mates involved too. The whole thing then just got bigger.” “It went from what was just going to be an evening event like any other gig to an whole day of music.” Dan explains. “Joe is a hero of mine and he deserves such a party to celebrate his life. Words can’t describe how much of an influence he’s had on the music world. Not just in punk but in every genre.” Strummerville is a charity that gives support to aspiring musicians and assists projects that help promote change in the world through music. Set up by the friends and family of Joe Strummer, the charity seeks to reflect Joe’s unique contribution to the music world by offering support, resources and performance opportunities to artists who would not normally have access to them. The bands playing the event are in keeping with the spirit of Joe’s passion for different genres. The line up consists of London new wavers Top Buzzer, hardcore indie gangsta’s Pirate Video Company, ska punk hipsters Bulletproof, in your face drum and bass duo Falenizza Horsepower, alternative art rockers Scruffians and Nicolas Cage enthusiasts Nicolascage. DJ Leatherland will be on the digital decks providing music throughout the day. So why the west? “Quite a few people have already asked why

do the gig out of town? I think Joe was a bit of a hippie at heart so I’m sure he would of preferred something like this happening out in the country rather than the capital.” Craig explains. “I still find it funny that on an Island this small people find a 30 minute maximum journey a struggle.”

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Entry to this unique event is free all day and kicks off at 3:00pm. Donation buckets will be doing the rounds, so please be generous to this worthy cause.

The Royal Yacht’s Famous Glitterati Gala Dinner…

You can welcome in the New Year with a fabulous evening of glamour and decadence at The Royal Yacht’s famous Glitterati Ball. Begin your evening with a glass of champagne and canapés followed by a sumptuous four course gala dinner. Live entertainment will delight as you dance the night away and welcome in 2012! Dress Code: Black tie or lounge suits 31st December 2011, 7pm Glitterati Gala Dinner Tickets: £115 Overnight Glitterati Gala Package: Package includes overnight stay in a Double Room (double occupancy – single supplement will apply), full buffet breakfast, Glitterati Gala Dinner and full use of the spa facilities. Gold Double/Twin Room - Total per person £175.00 Gold Deluxe or Platinum Double Room - Total per person £195.00 Book early to guarantee your place. Full pre orders required before the 27th December 2011. To book your Glitterati tickets or overnight stay, call 01534 720511 or email reservations@theroyalyacht.com.

New Year’s Eve at The Drift

The Drift has another great night lined up, for you all to see in the New Year with fantastic music all night, from our Resident Dj¹s and live entertainment from one of our favourite guest artists,. We will be paying tribute to some of the biggest Female Music legends the world has ever seen. From cool laid back Jazz sounds to pumping Pop Divas, Vicky Jackson is Nina Simone / Aretha Franklin / Janis Joplin / Lady Gaga & Pink and many, many more. Tickets for the event are available from the following outlets: The Royal Yacht / White Label Records / Drift Bar. Tickets cost £10, which includes all of the evening’s entertainment and a delicious early buffet, grab them early. Over 18’s / doors open 8pm For more information please call 01534 720511

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Ed Blampied of ‘Caricature Corner’ The chances are, you’ve probably found yourself in the queue at the ever popular ‘Hungry Man’ cafe, on Rozel Pier, waiting for arguably the best bacon rolls in the Channel Islands. If so, you can’t have failed to notice the vibrant beach art and caricatures that adorn the busy kiosk. The man behind these eye catching and humorous cartoons - as well as the one you see on the cover of this very issue - is Jersey’s own Eddie Blampied. Jersey Weekly caught up with Eddie, to find out what else the roguish Rozel artist has been up to...

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ALTHOUGH THE HUNGRY MAN was the work that got Ed noticed - and it certainly is noticeable - in his own, words Ed has been an artist; “since (he) was born”. Driven by the desire to “cheer people up”, Ed’s art has always leaned towards what he calls “a distorted view of reality and sense of fun”, and again by his own admission; “has never grown up”. Working mostly in acrylic paints - although he is equally adept at sketching and even makes his own 3D models, still in his unique style - Eddie takes a distinctly tongue-in-cheek view of human behaviours and situations. His style is instantly recognisable, and once seen seldom forgotten. His characters and caricatures have big eyes and very expressive faces, and his landscapes and buildings often feature a kind of ‘fish-eye-lens’ profile that somehow renders places you recognise part of a cartoon world that seems a lot more fun than the real one! This definitive style led him in several directions at once, as his work became better known and continued to develop. He now splits his artistic output, mainly between interiors - you can see an example if you eat at the wonderful ‘Crab-shack’ in St Brelade’s Bay - and commissioned caricature portraits. His caricatures put his own spin on uncanny likenesses to real people, and he works from either sittings or photos. Working from photos allows people to surprise friends and loved ones with a unique gift - something to cherish above and beyond anything bought off a shelf. The magic of Ed’s caricatures is his ability to find the ‘character in the character’ and uncannily pick up on people’s sense of humour and traits. Ideas for some of his funnier - and often more risqué - pieces often come from limericks, observations or sayings. These often put; “a picture in (his) head”, and he says the only way to get it out, is to get it out on a canvas! These highlight his desire to “never become a boring artist, never grow up and never take life too seriously”... this is something of a paradox however, as he stresses that as fun as it all may seem, he views his work for other people as of paramount importance. “The preparation and time I put in would surprise most people, who tend to think this all comes easily. I don’t take commissioned work lightly... if I expect people to keep and cherish their picture, I need to put as much love into it as I hope they’ll give it.” His plans for the future include taking his new ‘Caricature Corner’ venture onto the high street of St Helier during the tourism season, providing quick fire sketches of any holiday maker or local that may want themselves immortalised in Eddie’s inimitable style. If his mission in life was to provide smiles, doing what he loves in the process, Ed has certainly achieved what he set out to do. In the beginning of December, his stall at the ‘Spirit of Christmas Market’ on Weighbridge place drew all manner of admirers, and to a person, they all seemed to grin as they looked over the larger than life characters that make up much of Ed’s displayed work. He always has prints available, as well as originals, and his charming 3D models of boats and even ‘Gollywogs’. He’s also more than happy to tackle the daunting prospect of adding you, your family or friends - or even pets - to his list of characters! His other love is comedy, which follows naturally from the sense of humour that’s obvious in his art. Watch out for him on Comedy Central, as he intends to hit some stages with his stand-up act next year! You can contact him at eddieblampied@googlemail.com - and be sure to stop by if you see ‘Caricature Corner’, on a... well... corner, near you soon!

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Jersey Live are pleased to announce that they are launching the first of many live nights due to take place at The Radisson.
The Pigeon Detectives are to take the opening slot at this first event at the hotel, so the Jersey Live crowd is invited to take a dip into something new from the Jersey Live Team and join us at The Waterfront for a Massive Christmas Party Special with Indie legends,
The Pigeon Detectives! The Pigeon Detectives were a coup booking by Jersey Live organisers back in 2007, when the Leeds based band were just erupting onto the Indie music scene: they fast became one of the coolest bands of the year in British music when an early version of their debut album, ‘Wait for Me’ leaked to underground music download sites across the internet. The album charted straight in at Number 3 on the UK Top 40, achieving Gold status soon after release. The band went on to support Dirty Pretty Things, Kaiser Chiefs and release a string of albums and play a plethora of festivals. Jersey Live 2007 saw The Pigeon Detectives play alongside The Fratellis and Kasabian, and now we invite you to see them in a unique setting at The Radisson. Their new album, “Up Guards And At ‘Em!” has recently been released and no doubt we can expect that they’ll take the Jersey Live crowd to Indie heaven and back again on 23rd December with tracks from that and a set list crammed with classics...

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In a recent review by NME, The Pigeon Detectives are described as, “One of Britain’s most fashionable bands (...) They look set to outlast the Indie boom years that spawned them.” Bands like The Pigeon Detectives will always deliver, after a three-year break, crowds at a recent live gig in Liverpool blogged that “The crowd erupted into chants of “We want more, we want more”, proving how entertaining they are and how much they are loved by their fans. Of course they obliged and treated the audience to an encore of ‘What You Gonna Do’, a track from their upcoming album. ” This event is no one hit wonder - we will now be bringing you Jersey Liveness all year round from here on in... Supporting the scene 12 months of the year - top acts, support from local talent and a new and unique setting to host the Jersey Live spirit! Supporting The Pigeon Detectives will be the formidable force of local acoustic act; Rick Jones, and there is another live spot yet to be filled in the support line up too; we’ll keep you posted... Jersey Live favourite, DJ Pip Robinson will be keeping the crowd swagger happy with his Indie classics set all through the interludes and all around the edges! See www.jerseylive.org.uk for further details.

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On Boxing Day, Theology round off a huge year (in which every one of their Watersplash events has sold out well in advance) with a huge triple headliner show. Joining the seminal jungle/d&b producer and Dizzee Rascal collaborator Shy FX, and Plan B’s beatboxer Faith SFX, is Brightonbased scratch DJ JFB. If you think you recognise the name, it may well be because you witnessed him tearing up the Jersey Live Dance Arena in September. Or it may be that you’re aware of his recent second UK DMC championship win. Or perhaps you’re familiar with his collaborations with Beardyman at Brighton’s legendary Battlejam nights. He’s got much to feel pleased about.

Renowned for his party-starting capabilities, he’ll have even more reason to celebrate than usual when he rounds off his year at the Splash; 2011 has been a big one for JFB, with sets at some of Europe’s most prestigious clubs and festivals, and plaudits coming at him left, right and centre. Armed with a wide palate of hip-hop, breaks, dubstep, jungle, rock and anything else that tickles his fancy in the moment, he’s a truly unique talent and one that we firmly recommend you check out. We caught up with him whilst on tour to find out what he has planned for us… So you’re on tour in Canada right now. How’s that going, where are you right now and what have you been up to today? It’s been amazing! I have only two left out of the twelve awesome gigs all round the West coast. The parties have been sick! People are really friendly - and the cheeseburgers and bacon are amazing! Right now I’m in Calgary airport waiting to board a flight to Grand Parrie, where I’m playing tonight. So far I’ve woken up with a small manageable hangover, eaten a banana and been driven to the airport. This’ll be your second time in Jersey this year – how was your visit in the summer for Jersey Live Festival? It was sick! Loads of mental people going mental, a really well organised festival. I had lots of fun. How do your sets differ from gig to gig? Do you do much on the fly or is it all very precise? On the fly, except for certain scratch routines which are pre-prepared, but choosing when to do them is done on the fly. How did winning the DMC Championship in 2007 change things for you? All the promoters who had booked me in the past then booked me at the same time, which gave my profile a boost, which enabled me to build on that.

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Where do you find most of your new music? Do you find that the ease of access to music online has taken the mystique out of collecting records? There are still lots of record shops to go digging in, but there are lots of different types of digging nowadays. It’s good to do as much digging as possible in as many different ways as possible. You’re famed for your embracing of new technologies – a) what’s your favourite bit of kit you own, b) what bit of gear is on your Christmas wish-list, and c) what would be your fantasy piece of equipment? My favourite bit of equipment right now is probably my Rane TTM57SL Serato Mixer. For Xmas can someone please buy me a £800 sample pack/VST called ‘Hollywood Strings’? My fantasy piece of equipment would be an anti gravity generator big enough to make everyone in a club float… You’re getting into production too now – are we likely to hear an album any time soon? Have you got any tracks down that might end up on one? I’ve been on production for a while, slowly putting stuff out over the years, much more recently. I have quite a few EPs out but not been patient enough to make an album. I’m still waiting for my production to get to the next level - then I’ll make an album.. Finally, any Christmas messages for the Jersey crowd before you arrive? Please come to the gig and bring leftover turkey – thanks! JFB, Shy FX and Faith SFX headline the Theology @ The Watersplash, Monday 26th December, 10pm – 2.30am. Tickets are £17.50 from Carob, Thee Splash and White Label, £20 on the door (subject to availability). Coaches depart Liberation Square 10pm sharp and return from the Watersplash from 2.30am. Visit www. jerseylive.org.uk for more information.

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Jersey Weekly reports on iCandy, Jersey’s first modeling and promotions company, filling a niche in the market with well, a whole lot of iCandy! Not just a pretty face, iCandy is the brainchild of Ngaio Miller, a 21 year old local ex JCG student.

Ngaio decided upon starting her own company around about the same time as she became a mother – so she has two babies, a little boy and a little company – both of which will undoubtedly grow into great things! Having worked for a promotions company in Sydney, Australia whilst on her travels in 2009, Ngaio realized her niche. Loving the promotions game; Ngaio had a natural ability with people and with a confidence and understanding of promoting anything from events to an array of products she soaked up the experience and simply brought her newfound skills back to Jersey. “I felt there was a hole in the Jersey market that iCandy could fill, so I set-up a meeting

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with Mellissa from Jersey Enterprise. She helped me with the basic procedures of setting up a new business.” The concept behind iCandy is simple, it sort of does what it says on the tin by hiring rather attractive people for the iCandy books – promotions people who can perform a diverse range of tasks. Modeling, flyering, promoting and (as I experienced after using the iCandy girls at an event), generally helping out in any way they can – selling raffle tickets, shaking charity buckets… “I came up with the name iCandy whilst I was driving in my car. I felt this sounded like a fun yet professional name and I liked the play on words.

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iCandy is your cherry on top, which can make any event that extra bit special.” Once the original iCandy Facebook page was set up, Ngaio was bombarded with applications from girls who wanted to try their hand at modeling and promotions there are a few guys, but Ngaio is still in search of some more! The website was next, opening for business only a couple of months ago in September. A steady flow of work has passed through iCandy ever since and there is ample on the horizon with Christmas and New Year coming up – Ngaio is really pleased with the response to iCandy from all manner of clients. Feedback has been positive and iCandy is making an impact. So, Ngaio how is it juggling a business with motherhood? The day-to-day running of the business can be done from home, which means I get to spend lots of time with my son. I am lucky because I have a very supportive partner and my parents around, so they

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can look after Kael whilst I go for meetings and to events. I really have the best of both worlds when it comes to family and work. What can we expect to see from iCandy in the future? I am looking forward to the future and growth of the company, from its conception to now, the business seems to have filled a void in the market locally. I’d like to see iCandy at every event, big or small Island-wide – who knows, we could stretch to Guernsey in the future…? We sure do hope to see more from iCandy in 2012… If you’re planning an event, or you have something to promote or sell – why not use iCandy to boost your business? Ngaio is happy to discuss options and the pricing is really inexpensive… One of the great things about using a local company such as this, the price is fair! More information on iCandy can be found at www.jerseyicandy.co.uk.

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Christmas Day Swims A swim or dip in the sea on Christmas day is a traditional event for many swimming clubs and locals in Jersey. With sea temperatures ranging anywhere from 3-10°C, the challenge is to brave the cold! It’s certainly a good way to clear your head after the excesses of the season. Depending on how hardy the participants are, it can be anything from a quick 30 second dip, to a longer session playing in the waves. Wet suits are generally frowned upon! Jersey has held a number of Christmas day swims every year since the Jersey Swimming Club was formed in 1865. The event is a firm fixture in many Islander’s calendars from advanced swimmers, through to those who want to get involved in the organising and help raise money for local charities. The event started off as, and continues to be one of the year’s biggest social gatherings of members young and old. The Christmas Day festive dip is often organised in aid of a charity. The swims normally attract huge crowds of not only swimmers, but people there to support and join in with the atmosphere. Jersey Weekly takes a look at this year’s Christmas Day Swims and fund raising efforts. Are you brave enough to face the sea? Remember that the events are not just for members, but also their friends and family and any local residents who wish to join in. As such, it has become one of our biggest fundraising events of the year.

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For the last five years now the Jersey Surfboard Club have held their Christmas Day Swim at the Watersplash. This event starts at 11.15am so participants who swim at the Quaisne event can make their way round afterwards. The swim is also in aid of Jersey Hospice. Hot drinks will be served in the Watersplash bar.

A tradition that has been upheld for many years now; the Jersey Canoe Club invites participants down to St Catherine’s slipway. This swim is for fun on Christmas day. Then on Boxing Day, the club organise a paddle. For those brave enough to swim on Christmas day mulled wine and mince pies are served afterwards at the club house.

The Jersey Swimming Club and friends once again welcome everyone to their annual festive dip. More than 200 people are expected to plunge into the seawater swimming pool at Havre des Pas for this traditional event. All proceeds and funds raised will go to the Jersey Hospice Care charity.

Where: The Watersplash, St Ouen When: 25/12/11 at 11.15am

Where: St Catherine’s Slipway When: 25/12/11 at 11am

Where: Havre des Pas Lido, Harve des Pas, St Helier When: 25/12/11 - 11am - 12pm

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Left: Crowd at Harve de Pas 2010 By Angie Vallois Below: Crowd at Ouaisne 2009 by James Hibbeard

The Old Smugglers Inn Christmas Swim The Old Smugglers Inn Christmas Swim is another firm favourite with Islanders, and invites brave swimmers to take to the waters of Quaisne. This year Headway are confirmed as a beneficiary alongside Hospice, so people can dare each other or raise funds for jumping in the sea! Headway challenge everyone - not just the hardiest of Islanders - to join in the Old Smugglers Inn Christmas swim, which will take place on Christmas day at 10am, at Ouaisne beach. Swimmers will be rewarded with mulled wine and mince pies in the Smugglers Inn to warm up afterwards. Sponsorship forms are available and donations will be divided between Headway Jersey and Jersey Hospice Care. Sponsorship forms can be emailed, please contact beth.headway@gmail.com Where: Ouaisne slip, Le Ouaisne, St Brelade When: 25/12/11 - 10:30am - 1:30pm Headway has also created a selection of Christmas card to raise funds. This includes great pictures of a recent ‘Santa Skinny Dip’, that was set up specifically for the Christmas card shot. The ‘Santa Swim’ Christmas Cards were created on an autumnal day down at Beauport bay with a group of Headway supporters daring enough to jump in the sea wearing very little - some only a Santa hat! The photographer Chris Elward chose this shot to create the special Headway Christmas Card raising funds for local people affected by brain injury. The card is just £1 and available from Headway Shop, Charity Christmas Card Shop at Jersey Post Office, The Forum, The Old Smugglers Inn and Moulin De Lecq.

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Local Band ‘Pirate Party Brigade’ Set Sail to Plunder the Christmas Charts The local Jersey rock band who go by the naughtily nautical name of ‘Pirate Party Brigade’ have press-ganged themselves quite a fan base over the last year. During their regular gigs in Jersey, the energy ‘The Pirates’ kick out has gotten even the scurviest, wooden legged varmints up and dancing. Now they’ve set sail - this time quite literally - and hidden themselves in deepest darkest Wales, where they have recruited one of the UK’s top producer and studio combinations. But not before recording what they hope will become a Christmas chart topper! The five-piece band, consisting of Tom Drysdale on lead guitar, Matt Powell on rhythm guitar, Philipe Jackson on bass guitar, Chris Colin on drums and the inimitable Adam ‘Monty’ Montgomery on vocal duties, got together last year. They are simply a bunch of lads who love playing music, love having fun and want to share it all with anyone who feels like partying. Don’t let this fool you into thinking that this makes them anything less than a polished band though, as every member is a skilled musician, and at least two of them are time-served veterans of the Jersey live music scene, with plenty of gigging experience.

style one Saturday morning. Ryan challenged them, perhaps inadvertently, to achieve a Christmas number one! He may have been joking, but Monty, the band’s front-man, really does like a challenge! The band locked themselves in with Jersey producer Sam Falle - himself no stranger to the race for Christmas no.1 (he has a very impressive client list!) - and, in record time, recorded a Christmas song! They say the song combines a medley of melodies inspired by none other than Sir Cliff Richard himself, Slade and Wizard... intrigued? Well you should be! In a very non Piratical move, the band have pledged 80% of download sale profits to the charity Marie Curie Cancer Care. The hope is that by attempting to sell as many downloads as they can, they raise a substantial amount for the charity that will in turn help sufferers.

So “what’s made them take on the X-Factor and all the other festive releases?”, you ask.

In the band’s own words; “We have been working on this track for several weeks, and although we are not the typical Christmassy band we all enjoyed working on the Mistletoe song. This is the first time we have released anything for charity, and hopefully the public will help support the worthy cause that is Marie Curie Cancer Care. We chose Marie Curie, because there are thousands of cancer sufferers that benefit from their care, which costs upwards of £83 Million per year to administer. So, wether we sell 5 copies or 5 million, every penny will help.”

It all began when the band appeared on DJ Ryan Morrison’s excellent ‘Introducing’ show on BBC Radio Jersey. Ryan gives plenty of exposure to Jersey’s musicians, and the PPB boys rocked up and rocked his show acoustic

You can download the single at www. piratepartybrigade.com or from iTunes, by searching the band’s name. Good luck guys, and may you raise plenty of money for Marie Curie Cancer Care!

The boys deliver a great show, pull a great crowd and never fail to entertain... and they do it all without seeming to take themselves too seriously.

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Eating In

by Jon Moore, news@jerseyweekly.com

Christmas Pudding, Prep time: 25 mins + overnight soaking, Cook time: 3 hrs 30 mins

• 350g sultanas • 350g raisins, or currants • 150g dried figs, chopped • 125g mixed candied peel, chopped • 100g dried apricots, chopped • 75g dark glacé cherries, halved • 150ml brandy, plus some for flaming • 2 apples, or quince

• 2 oranges, juice and zest • 6 eggs • 250 g shredded suet • 350 g soft muscovado sugar • 250 g fresh bread crumbs • 175 g self-raising flour • 1 tsp mixed spice

You will need two 1.5 litre plastic pudding basins and lids, buttered, two old sixpences or two pound coins, scrupulously scrubbed, two circles of grease-proof paper, buttered, large enough to cover the top of each pudding, with a single pleat folded down the centre of each. 1.

Soak the sultanas, raisins or currants, figs, candied peel, apricots and cherries in the brandy overnight. The liquid won’t cover the fruit but no matter; just give it a good stir now and again. 2. Mix the grated apples, orange juice and zest, beaten eggs, suet, sugar, crumbs and flour in a very large mixing bowl, then stir in the soaked fruit and the spice. Divide the mixture between the buttered pudding basins, tucking the coins in as you go. Cover with the grease-proof paper, folded with a pleat in the centre. 3. Pop the lids on and steam for three and a half hours. Allow the puddings to cool, then remove the grease-proof paper, cover tightly with cling film and the plastic lid and store in a cool, dry place till Christmas. 4. To reheat; steam the puddings for a further three and a half hours. Turn out and flame with brandy.

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Eating Out by Jon Moore, news@jerseyweekly.com

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BACK IN APRIL A NEW ADDITION came to Durrell in the form of Firefly – a restaurant situated in the new foyer, also recently built.

was an understatement! The mushrooms were encased in a filo pastry parcel and were complimented by a colorful platter of greens and reds – very festive!

On arrival you are greeted by Santa, in his grotto, complete with dancing snowmen - a nice touch for the little ones.

My guest enjoyed slow cooked highland venison and beef in sloe berry gin, with cinnamon spiced red cabbage and ‘truffled’ mashed potato. This was a real hearty, seasonal meal, beautifully presented with the mash and cabbage stacked and surrounded with the venison and beef in a rich sauce. I opted for pan roasted turkey parcel with pork and chestnuts wrapped in bacon served with bubble and squeak and a mulled wine jus – how can you not have the turkey a this time of year? The presentation again was impeccable with the dish fenced in by whole seasonal vegetables.

As we are very much in the Christmas season a new threecourse menu has been created, as well as their normal lunchtime menu. These two creations were the brainchild of local Michelin Star holding consultant chef, Adrian Doolan. Not only does he design the menus, but he also comes in and trains the in-house chefs to cook to his high standards. One of the more endearing factors of eating at Firefly, is that you know all the produce is either locally grown; much of it on site. Durrell grow, and even supply, seasonal vegetables including tomatoes, potato’s and basil – so expect to see plenty of it when you’re there!

The Christmas menu does pose a problem – deciding what to have! The choice of starters, mains and desserts is accommodating for everyone, and they even have a kids Christmas menu. They also offer some great specials including lasagne, pizzas, and seafood as well as their normal menu.

My guest and I opted for the Christmas menu and found ourselves spoilt for choice. I went for the Classic Prawn Cocktail, a boring choice some may say but, I was swayed by the ‘bloody mary-rose sauce’ - it was served with melon and was delicious. Too much melon and the dish can become a little too sweet for me but the balance was perfect. My guest had forest mushroom strudel with winter leaf salad and a cranberry dressing, to say I had food envy

We just wanted to say a big thanks to all the great staff at Firefly, we were looked after by some really friendly people and made to feel extremely welcome. It’s a shame Firefly is not open of an evening as I think it would give more people the chance to come and sample some good food and service. They are opening later the next few Fridays over Christmas and are taking group bookings for parties for winter and summer next year – get in there quick!

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Jersey wasted no time in taking the lead at Damson Park against bottom-placed Birmingham & Solihull Bees. Donovan Sanders crossed for a try within two minutes of the game starting, and although Mike le Bourgeois missed the conversion and a penalty attempt, persistent infringements meant a penalty try to the visitors. Ross Broadfoot took up the kicking duties and converted this try and the next by ‘Le Booj’ after Brendan O’Brien’s quickly-tapped penalty (0-19). Kingsley Lang crossed just before half-time to wrap up a rare first-half bonus point. Jersey old boy Dan Hawkes notched an early penalty when the game resumed, but then Sanders added a second, and Nick Trower also crossed to make it 34-3. The Bees were able to stem the flow of points in the final quarter, but just before the end 17-year-old Chris Levesley capped an excellent performance - both by himself and his team - with a 50-metre run to the line. Le Bourgeois had taken up the kicking duties again after Broadfoot was replaced by Ashley Maggs and nonchalantly dropkicked the final conversion.

26 mile walk - 16 people 18 mile walk - 96 people Team relay - 23 (6 teams) Laurent Thebault and Tim Renault the co-organisers of the Jersey Christmas Walk - which was set up in memory of former colleague Peter Ward - would like to thank all the walkers for taking part and raising sponsorship and all the helpers who manned the checkpoints and cooked the breakfast, for making the Walk such a successful and enjoyable event. Other supporters this year included RBS International, Dunells who supplied the bottled water and Cimandis who provided the food and energy drinks and biscuits. The new team relay option attracted six teams which included the Lieutenant Governor Sir John McColl and his wife Lady McColl who took part in the first leg of the relay from Les Fontaines Tavern to Greve de Lecq. The Walk presentation evening will be held on Thursday 2nd February 2012 at Les Fontaines Tavern, St John, where certificates will be give to all walkers who took part and cheques will be presented to Jersey Hospice Care and the Motor Neurone Disease Association.

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James Voss (17) made his debut from the bench in the closing quarter of an hour. In other games, the headlines were made at Rectory Field where a ding-dong encounter ended with leaders Ealing drawing level with Blackheath with about 5 minutes to play, and that’s how it finished: 27-27. Rosslyn Park and Fylde had ultimately comfortable BP wins over Barking (44-13) and Cinderford (37-22) respectively, leaving the league table as: Ealing 63, Ross Pk and Fylde 59, Jersey 58. Blackheath come to Jersey on Saturday, they’re 6th with 48 points. Wharfedale notched an unlikely 8-3 win at Cov, Tynedale whopped Sedgley by 61-17, Blaydon won 28-26 at Cambridge and finally Macc 22 Stour 19.

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A total of 179 people took part in Saturday’s 10th Jersey Christmas Walk in aid of Jersey Hospice Care and the Motor Neurone Disease Association. It was perfect weather and at least £16,000 has been raised for the two charities with more to follow. Participant numbers: 44 mile walk - 44 people

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GYMNASTICS Words // Marcus Quinn • Feature Design // Jon Moore

Club: Regent Gym Club Founded: 1981 Members: 300+ Interesting fact: Founder Arthur Falle has never been a gymnast – he only became interested in the sport when his daughter Melanie joined Grouville Gym Club. Now, Melanie runs the club’s Little Monkeys classes, for toddlers up to six years old, and Arthur’s daughter Julia runs the Fort Regent School of Gymnastics, for children from the age of five, as well as Regent Gym Club, which is an elite programme for skilled and committed gymnasts. Contact: Julia Falle (07797 739766 or j.falle@jerseymail. co.uk) or Mel (07797 731101 or littlemonkeys2009@hotmail.co.uk) Website: www.regentgymnastics.co.uk

WHAT IS THE ATTRACTION OF THE SPORT?

Gymnastics is a very competitive sport, and those who train to become gymnasts learn to be strong, agile and poised and an all-round sportsperson. There are four disciplines – the floor, the asymmetric bars, the vault and the beam – and in a normal competition entrants must do them all. As a result they must be fit and well trained, and also able to dance and perform.

WHAT DOES MEMBERSHIP TO REGENT GYM CLUB INVOLVE? Regent Gym Club offers three specific gymnastic programmes for children, which includes Little Monkeys, the Fort Regent School of Gymnastics and Regent Gym Club. “The coaches at the clubs follow a proven programme of development which progress the gymnasts in a safe, professional, educational and fun environment and cater for those who enjoy the sport at a recreational level, as well as gymnasts at a more competitive level,” says founder Arthur Falle. All gymnasts and coaches in the club are members of British Gymnastics (UK National Governing Body for the sport of Gymnastics), and coaches are fully qualified through British Gymnastics.

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HOW DO THE THREE SECTIONS OPERATE?

Little Monkeys offers classes based upon creative and physical gymnastics exercise and movement for active little boys and girls from walking to six years. “At Little Monkeys, our coaches serve as a guide as parent and child work together on basic motor and social skills. Together they practice a variety of gentle moves that help develop the child’s balance, body awareness and coordination,” says Arthur. Fort Regent School of Gymnastics caters for both recreational and general gymnastics, developing gymnasts to the best of their abilities, while Regent Gym Club caters purely for competitive gymnastics. “Elite gymnasts must be dedicated to the sport but in return for their dedication and hard work are provided with the opportunity to train and compete in various locations across the UK and Europe,” says Arthur.

WHAT IS THE HISTORY OF THE CLUB?

Regent Gym Club was formed by Arthur in 1981, and expanded in 2009 to create the Fort Regent School of Gymnastics and Little Monkeys. Today, Arthur and his daughters Julia and Melanie run sessions six days a week at Fort Regent, while Arthur’s daughter Stefanie, who lives in the UK, has recently qualified as a Woman’s Artistic Regional Judge and regularly judges within the Southern Region.

WHAT NOTABLE SUCCESSES HAVE YOUR MEMBERS HAD?

“The clubs have had many successes over the years, producing many gymnasts of a high standard who have represented Jersey and won medals at English County, Regional and National competitions, Island Games, Jeux Des Isles and various competitions in France, Germany, Malta and even Canada,” says Arthur.

HOW CAN SOMEONE GET INVOLVED?

If you would like to enrol your child with either Regent Gym Club, Fort Regent School of Gymnastics or with the Little Monkeys, contact Julia or Mel or log onto the club’s website for more information.

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BLACKBURN v WEST BROM Saturday 15:00 WEST Brom have lost four of their last six Premier League games, picking up four points from a possible 18, and their most recent defeat was at home to strugglers Wigan. However, an away tie to relegation contenders Blackburn could be a chance to regain a few league places, since things aren’t looking too good for Rovers right now. They’ve won just two games all season, taking ten points from 45. EVERTON v NORWICH Saturday 15:00 EVERTON have now followed successive wins with two successive defeats, and have lost seven of their last ten Premier League games. They’ve also failed to score in six of their 14 matches this season and have lost four out of five home games. An in-form Norwich side could well be confident of causing another upset tomorrow, following a cracking 4-2 result over Newcastle last weekend. FULHAM v BOLTON Saturday 15:00 THERE’S no let-up for Bolton manager Owen Coyle as the Trotters travel to Craven Cottage for another unsavoury tie against a side who seem to found decent form of late. Though they were beaten by Swansea last Saturday at the Liberty Stadium, in recent weeks Fulham have scored a 1-0 over Liverpool and a 1-1 at Arsenal, while bottom-placed Bolton have lost 12 of their 15 league matches and managed just nine points all season. NEWCASTLE v SWANSEA Saturday 15:00 IT all started so well for the Magpies, but since they relinquished their unbeaten run they’ve picked up just one point from their last three games, against Manchester City and Manchester United away and Chelsea at home. Still, striker Demba Ba is on blistering form, and Shola Ameobi is just a goal away from 50 for the club, so they’ll be looking for another few at home against Swansea who, despite a win over Fulham last weekend, still need to work on their away form. WOLVES v STOKE Saturday 15:00 WOLVES are five points better off than they were at this stage last season, yet they’ve lost nine of their last 12 Premier League matches, taking seven points from a possible 36. They’ve also not managed to keep a clean sheet in their last 12 games, and with Stoke resplendent after a brilliant 2-1 win over Tottenham last Sunday, Wolves stopper Wayne Hennessey may be facing another tough task.

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WIGAN v CHELSEA Saturday 17:30 WIGAN would like to think they’re on an upturn following a dismal start to the season – last month’s win over Sunderland was following with a solid 2-1 at West Brom last weekend, moving them out of the relegation zone for the first time. This probably isn’t the best time to be playing Chelsea, who seem to have found their form again following Champions League qualification and a decent run of Premier League results. QPR v MAN UTD Sunday 12:00 QPR have lost four of their last six games and won just two of their last ten, and while they can yet afford to make a few mistakes they’ll be conscious that they’re starting to slip towards the drop zone. United were knocked out of the Champions League group stages last week for the first time since 2005-06 and will now be desperate for a result at Loftus Road if they’re to mount a comeback on the domestic front, following an impressive 4-1 over Wolves last weekend. ASTON VILLA v LIVERPOOL Sunday 14:05 ASTON Villa have 19 points from 15 games, which is their lowest points tally at this stage of the season since 2005-06. Until they beat Bolton last weekend, in fact, Villa had not won and not scored in three Premier League matches, though they are in the top half of the table and will be looking to capitalise on Liverpool’s recent away loss to Fulham, which was their first defeat in 12 matches in all competitions. TOTTENHAM v SUNDERLAND Sunday 15:00 TOTTENHAM came agonisingly close last weekend to setting a new club record of seven unbeaten Premier League matches – but defeat to Stoke put a stop to a blistering run of form that saw them take 31 points from their opening 14 games. A win will keep them in the top four, but a revitalised Sunderland under new manager Martin O’Neill could give them a good run for their money. MAN CITY v ARSENAL Sunday 16:10 ARSENAL may have had a relatively unremarkable start to the season, but, remarkably, they’re on exactly the same record as they were 12 months ago – nine wins, two draws and four losses – and that kept them in the title running until April. They’ll need to pull something special out of the bag if they’re to beat City on home turf, however, and the current league leaders could open a huge gap on rivals United if they’re able to maintain the pace.

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Sports & Fitness by Tiffany Shales, news@jerseyweekly.com

SPORTS & FITNESS CENTRES

BodyRox No. 6, Seale Street, Seaton Place, St Helier.

Fort Regent Leisure Centre St Helier. Phone: 449800

Phone: 618300 Open: Mon - Thurs: 6am - 9pm Fri: 6am - 8pm Sat: 7am - 5pm Sun: 8am - 5pm

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Normandy House, Grenville Street, St

Helier Phone: 739000 Open: Mon - Thurs: 6.30am - 9pm, Fri: 6.30am - 8pm, Sat: 8am 5.30pm, Sun: 9am - 4pm

Club Carrefour La Grand Route de St Laurent, St Lawrence Phone: 865555 Open: Mon - Thurs: 6.30am - 9pm, Fri: 6.30am - 8.30pm, Sat: 7.30am - 7pm, Sun: 8.30am - 6pm

Curves 19 Oxford Road, St Helier. Phone: 611900

Open: Mon - Fri: 7am - 3pm, 4pm - 7pm Sat: 9am - 12pm

Fitness First The Waterfront, La Rue de L’Etau, St Helier. Phone: 752400 Open: Mon - Thurs: 6am - 10pm Fri: 6am - 8pm Sat: 7am - 8pm Sun: 8am - 6pm

• ARCHERY • Archers of Jersey

£6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes are 45 mins.

Old School Aerobics Carrefour Metro

Aerobics at Fitness First

• AQUA AEROBICS •

Mon - 5.30pm Hydrofit at Les Quennevais Fri - 5.45pm Mon - 7pm £39.95 a month, Classes are 45 mins. £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes are 1 hour.

Shape up to Music Aerobics with Jayne & Julie Aquamotion at Les Mon - 7.15pm Quennevais

Sun - 10.30am Tues & Thurs - 9.45am £6 a session, 1 hour. St Mary’s £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes Community Centre (Mon) & St Martins are 45 min. School (Sun) 864569. Until Dec.

Aqua Combat

Fat Burner at Les Quennevais Tues - 7pm Tues - 7pm

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Brune, St Brelade. Phone: 497000 www.lesormesjersey.co.uk Gym: Mon - Fri 6.30am - 9pm Sat & Sun: 7.30am - 8pm

Les Quennevais Sports Centre

Route des Quennevais, St Brelade. Phone: 449880 www.gov.je Gym: Mon - Fri: 7am - 9pm Sat: 9am - 5pm Sun: 9am - 6pm Bank Holidays: 9am - 5pm Swimming pool: Mon - Fri: 7am - 8.30am (Adults only) 9am - 8pm Wed & Thurs: 7pm - 8pm (Adults only) Fri: 6pm - 7pm (Family fun) Sat: 9am - 5pm Sun: 9am - 7pm, 4.30pm - 6pm (Family fun) Bank Holidays: 9am - 5pm

Springfield Stadium & Sports Centre Janvrin Rd,

St Helier. Phone: 449615 www.gov.je Centre: Mon - Thurs: 6.30am - 10.15pm Fri: 6.30am - 6.30pm Sat & Sun: 8.30am - 2pm. Gym: Mon - Thurs: 6.30am - 9.30pm Fri: 6.30am - 6pm Sat & Sun: 8.30am - 1.30pm 734524 aquasplash.je

Aqua Natal at Les at Quennevais

Mon & Wed - 7am - 9pm £TBA archersofjersey.webs. Mon - 5.30pm com Tony O’Sullivan 743755 or £45.50 or £59.50 a month for both archersofjersey@hotmail.co.uk clubs, Class Pass - £70 for 10 classes, Only valid for Carrefour Archery Society Metro. Classes are 45 mins. Thurs - 7.30pm Sun - 10am Dance Aerobic at BodyRox £TBC 91 Crabbe, St Mary Thurs - 12.10pm jerseyarcherysociety.co.uk £6 per class or £38 a month, Classes are 1 hour.

• AEROBICS •

Les Ormes Golf & Leisure Village Le Mont a la

£7.30, Beginners Class Aqua Splash

Tues & Wed - 7pm £6.80, Classes are 1 hour.

Aqua Beat at Les Quennevais

Fri - 1pm £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes are 1 hour.

• BADMINTON • Grainville Badminton Club

Tues & Fri - 8pm - 10pm Friendly club looking club Wed - 9.45am standard players to join as new £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes members or guests. £5 guest are 45 mins. or membership options, New Gilson Hall, La Pouquelaye info@ Aqua Aerobics at Les grainvillebadmintonclub.com

Quennevais

• BASKETBALL • Thurs - 7pm £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes are 45 mins. Beginners - Jersey Aqua Fit at Les Quennevais

Basketball Association

Tues - 7.30pm. £TBC Langford Fri - 9.45am Sports Centre, Mont Millais £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes are 45 mins. Advance - Jersey Basketball

Post Natal Aqua at Les Quennevais

Fri - 10.30am £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes are 1 hour.

Aqua Mobility at Les Quennevais

Association

Tues - 8.30pm £TBC Langford Sports Centre, Mont Millais

• BODY PUMP • Bodypump at Fort Regent Mon & Wed - 6pm

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Thurs - 5.45pm Jersey Thai Boxing Club £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes Tues & Thurs - 6pm are 1 hour. Sat - 3pm £5 per session or £35 a month, 70 Bodypump Technique at Fort Stopford Road, St Helier 077977 42964

Regent

• CIRCUITS • Mon & Wed - 5.40pm Thurs - 5.30pm FREE, Classes are 15 mins. Curves Circuit with Zumba Recommend to do before your 1st Mon - 7am, 12.30pm, 6pm & Body pump 6.30pm Thurs - 9am, 12.30pm, 2.30pm & Body Pump at Fitness First 4.30pm Tues - 7am & 5.30pm Sat - 9.30am & 10am Thurs - 7am, 1.15pm & 6.30pm Classes are 30 mins. Sat - 9am £39.95 a month, Classes are 1 hour. Performance Life at Carrefour

classes, Only valid for Carrefour Metro. Classes are 1 hour.

• CYCLING •

Laydeez Fitness Classes

Coast 2 Coast Mountain Bike Tour

Circuits at Les Quennevais

Dance N’ Tone at Springfield

Step Circuit at Les Quennevais

Beginners/Intermediate Line Dancing at Springfield

Tues & Thurs - 6.30pm Sun - 10am Sat - 9.30am £10 - £30, Kiosk, Bel Royal john@ £5 per class or £30 per month, First jerseyadventures.com 07797 727503 Tower School Gym 07797 721315 fiteez.co.uk • DANCE • Tues - 6.30pm Mon - 6pm £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes are 1 hour. are 45 mins.

Wed - 6pm Metro Tues - 9am Sun - 10.15am Muscle Pump at Carrefour Mon & Fri - 1.10pm £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes Metro Advanced. £45.50 or £59.50 a month £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes are 1 hour. Mon & Wed - 1.10pm for both clubs, Classes are 30 mins. Tues - 5.30pm (45 mins) £45.50 or £59.50 a month for both Circuits at Fitness First clubs, Classes are 35 mins. Mon & Wed - 1.15pm £39.95 a month, Classes are 35 mins.

are 45 mins.

• COMBAT WORKOUTS • Boxercise at BodyRox

Tues - 12.10pm Wed - 1.10pm Thurs - 5.20pm (Outdoor) Fri - 7am Mon - 6pm £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes £59.50 a month for both Carrefour £6 per class or £38 a month, Classes are 1 hour. are 45 mins unless stated. clubs. Classes are 1 hour.

Bodypump Express at Fort Regent Circuits at Club Carrefour

• BOWLS •

Busy Life at Carrefour Metro

Tues & Thurs - 7am Tabs Tues & Thurs - 5.30pm Mon, Tues, Thurs & Fri - 9.30am Wed - 1.10pm & 11.30am £TBC Jersey Indoor Bowls, Mixed ability. £45.50 or £59.50 a The Indoor Bowling Stadium, Grainville month for both clubs, Class Pass Helen: 768772 or jerseyindoorbowl@ - £70 for 10 classes, Only valid for aol.co.uk Carrefour Metro. Classes are 35 mins.

Jersey Bowls

Mon - Fri - 10am - 2pm £3 Jersey Bowls Club, Westmount 852158

Tabs & Disabled (new members welcome)

Circuits at Carrefour Metro

Tues - 12.10pm £45.50 or £59.50 a month for both clubs, Class Pass - £70 for 10 classes, Only valid for Carrefour Metro. Classes are 30 mins.

Wed - 9.30am £TBC Jersey Indoor Bowls, The Indoor Together in Life at Carrefour Bowling Stadium, Grainville Helen: Metro 768772 or jerseyindoorbowl@aol.co.uk Tues & Thurs - 5.30pm Women Only. £45.50 or £59.50 a Friendly League month for both clubs, Class Pass - £70 Sat - 9.30am for 10 classes, Only valid for Carrefour £TBC Jersey Indoor Bowls, The Indoor Metro. Classes are 30 mins. Bowling Stadium, Grainville Helen: 768772 or jerseyindoorbowl@aol.co.uk Circuits at Fort Regent Tues - 6pm • BOXING • Wed - 7am Sun - 10.30am Pisces Thai Boxing Gym £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes Mon & Fri - 5pm - 6pm (Children are 1 hour. Classes) Mon, Wed & Fri - 6pm - 7.30pm Boxing Circuit at Carrefour (Adult Classes) Metro TBA, La Petit Route Des Mielles, Tues - 6.20pm St Brelade. 07797 813676 or £45.50 or £59.50 a month for both andysellars@yahoo.co.uk clubs, Class Pass - £70 for 10

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Body Attack at Fort Regent

Intermediate/Advance Line Dancing at Springfield

Tues - 10am £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes are 1 hour.

Over 50’s Shape up to Music with Jayne & Julie

Tues - 10.30am Thurs - 10.30 £5.66 a session, 1 hour. Beginners also welcome St Mary’s Community Centre (Tues) & Trinity Parish Hall (Thurs) 864569. Until Dec.

Mon - 6pm Wed - 5.45pm Sat - 10am £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes are 1 hour. Contemporary Dance &

Improvisation with Sheri

Fighting Fit at Fort Regent

Tues - 6pm - 7pm Mon & Wed - 6.30pm for Adults - All Ages & Abilities. £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes First Tower School, Parking in the are 1 hour. school playground, Your first session is FREE! Then £5 per class Tel. Body Combat at Fort Regent 07797855756 unitydanceprojects@ Tues & Thurs - 5.45pm yahoo.com £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes are 1 hour. Dance Fusion at Fort Regent Wed - 9.30am £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes are 1 hour.

Kickboxing at Fort Regent

Tues & Thurs - 6.15pm £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes are 1 hour 45 mins. Salsa Fusion Wed - 8pm - 10.30pm until 28th Boxing Circuit at Carrefour Dec Metro £5, The Drift Bar 07797 845845 Tues - 6.20pm £45.50 or £59.50 a month for both Kids & Teenage clubs, Class Pass - £70 for 10 B-boying (Breakdance) classes, Only valid for Carrefour Sat - 12pm - 1pm (4 - 9yrs), 1pm Metro. Classes are 1 hour. 2pm (10 - 18 yrs) £4 - £5, great form of dance to learn,

Fighting fit at Carrefour Metro but also improves coordination, Thurs - 6.30pm £45.50 or £59.50 a month for both clubs, Class Pass - £70 for 10 classes, Only valid for Carrefour Metro. Classes are 1 hour.

balance, confidence and general fitness for all levels of ability. Boys and Girls welcome. Samares School 07797 785810.

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• DIVING • PADI Dive Courses

Fun & Fitness for 5 - 9 yrs at Springfield BodyRox Wed - 12.15pm Tues - 9.30am £6 per class or £38 a month, Classes are 1 hour.

Daily at a time the suite you From a Discover Scuba Session (try dive) through to Instructor Training £TBC DiveJersey, Belmont Road Zumba/Atomic at BodyRox Wed - 10.30pm - 5 - 9yrs 880934 www.divejersey.co.uk Thurs - 9.30am - 4 - 7yrs Thurs - 10.30pm for Teens DiveJersey - Boats Dive £6 per class or £38 a month, Classes Varied Schedule Including Shallow dives suitable for are 1 hour. open water divers £TBC DiveJersey, Belmont Road 880934 www. Fitness for Teens at BodyRox Wed - 3.30pm divejersey.co.uk £6 per class or £38 a month, Classes are 1 hour. PADI Open Water Course Mon - Thurs - 10am - 4pm • MARTIAL ARTS • £TBC The Dive Centre, Bouley Bay 866990 scubadivingjersey.com

Mon & Thurs - 12.15pm £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes Tues - 1.15pm are 45 mins. £39.95 a month, Classes are 35 mins.

Ambient Stretch at Les Quennevais

Fitness Pilates at Fort Regent Body Balance at Fitness Mon - 6pm First £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes Sun - 10.30am £39.95 a month, Classes are 1 hour.

• NETBALL • Pay and Play

Wed - 8.30pm - 10.30pm

Mon & Thurs - Juniors 6.30pm - complete novices, Les Ormes indoor 7.30pm, Seniors 6.30pm - 8.30pm Netball Courts, Rena Nelson Mon - Sun - 10am - 5.30pm £35 over half term for families - £TBC, Bel Royal School 07797 449748 or r.nelson@gov.je £49.50 The Dive Centre, Bouley Bay 722102 info@jerseywadoryu.com • PETANQUE • 866990 scubadivingjersey.com

• HOCKEY • Jersey Ladies Hockey Club

Wed - 6.15pm Newcomers Welcome, Les Quennevais astro turf, 07829 916655 nicky_quenault@yahoo.co.uk

• KAYAKING •

Piscesfitness

Daily - 12.30pm, 2.30pm & 3pm Sat - 12pm, Mon - 6pm £25 - £30, St Brelade’s Bay 07797 £TBC Active Studio & Dance Studio, Fort Regent 736411 www.absolutejersey.co.uk

Kids Class at Fitness First

Mon, Wed & Fri - 9.30am £39.95 a month, Classes are 1 hour.

• MIND AND BODY •

Pilates at The Studio

Mon -10am & 1.10pm (40 mins) Ambient Stretch at Fort Tues - 7.15pm (40 mins) Regent Wed - 12.10pm (40 mins) & Mon - 9.30am 9.30am Fri - 10.30am Thurs - 5.30pm £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes Fri - 1.10pm (40 mins) are 1 hour. Sat - 10am £6 - 40 mins, £7 1 hour classes. The Body Balance at Fort Regent Studio, Top Floor, 21a La Columberie Mon & Wed - 7.15pm 07797889107, karenatthestudio@ £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes live.co.uk, kmpilates.com are 1 hour.

Tai Chi & Relaxation at Les Boxercise for 12 - 15yrs at Quennevais Tues - 12.30pm BodyRox

£6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes Mon - 10.30am £6 per class or £38 a month, Classes are 1 hour. are 1 hour.

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Beginners Pilates at Springfield

Tues - 11.30am £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes are 1 hour.

£6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes Pilates at Carrefour Metro are 45 mins. Thurs - 5.30pm £45.50 or £59.50 a month for both Fitness Pilates at clubs, Class Pass - £70 for 10 Springfield classes, Only valid for Carrefour Mon, Wed & Thurs - 9.30am Metro. Classes are 55 mins. £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes • RUGBY • are 45 mins.

• PILATES •

Children Advance - Cho’s Tae Kwon Do

• KIDS •

Thurs & Fri - 10.30am Wed - 6.15pm £59.50 a month for both Carrefour clubs. Classes are 1 hour.

Sat - 11am £TBC Active Studio, Fort Regent

Thurs - 1.45pm FREE, Carrefour Petanque Club, The Nicolle Centre, La Route de St Jean, St Lawrence

Kayak Tours

Sun - 10am - 12.30pm £235 - £310 (6 or 8 weeks) For anyone who wants to discover sit-ontop kayaking or has bought a kayak and wants to improve their paddling skills. kayakadventures.co.uk 077978 53033

Core Pilates at Club Carrefour

Friendly Petanque

Kayak Tours

Sit on top Kayaking Course

are 1 hour.

Wed - 5pm - 6pm (Bag & Pad Blast) Sat - 11am - 12pm - (Rounds/ Circuit Training) £5, Pisces Thai Boxing Gym, La Petit Route Des Mielles, St Brelade. 07797 813663 or natsellars@ hotmail.com

Power Pilates at Les Children Beginners - Cho’s Quennevais Tae Kwon Do Mon - 9.30am

Daily - 10am £20 - £25, Location on booking 07797 727503, jerseyadventures.com

Pilates at BodyRox

Mon & Thurs - 1.10pm Wed -1.15pm £6 per class or £38 a month, Classes £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes are 1 hour. are 45 mins.

Jersey Wado Ryu Karate Club £5, Open to all abilities even

Try Dives

Pilates at Fitness First

Fitness Pilates at Les Quennevais

Mon - 10.30am (1 hour), 7pm Tues - 9.30am, Wed - 7pm Fri - 10.30am £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes are 45 mins.

Power Fitness Pilates at Fort Regent

Tues - 1pm £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes are 50 mins.

Pilates for the more Active at Fort Regent Thurs - 1.10pm £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes are 50 mins.

Les Quennevais Rugby

Wed - 6.30pm FREE new players (adult males only) of all levels of experience welcome. Playing at Jersey Rugby Club grounds Wayne: 07797 771367 or info@lqrfc.com

St Helier Rugby

Wed - 6.30pm FREE new players (adult males only) of all levels of experience welcome. Playing at Jersey Rugby Club grounds Alex: 07829 702324 or sthelier.rugby@ gmail.com

• RUNNING • Running Club at Carrefour Metro

Tues - 1pm £45.50 or £59.50 a month for both

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clubs, Class Pass - £70 for 10 Spinning at Carrefour Metro classes, Only valid for Carrefour Mon & Thurs - 1.10pm Metro. Classes are 45 mins. Wed - 5.45pm £45.50 or £59.50 a month for both • SAILING • clubs, Class Pass - £70 for 10 classes, Only valid for Carrefour Raleigh Sailing Metro. Classes are 35 mins. Daily Cruise’s Available 5 different cruises available, short bay, Spinning at Les Quennevais coastal, around the island, inter island Mon & Thurs - 6pm & 7pm & french coast cruises. Prices vary. Tues - 10.30am & 6pm 07797 792858 or 638804, admin@ Weds - 9.30am & 6pm raleighsailing.com Fri & Sat - 9.30am Sun - 10.15am (1 hour 30 mins on • SHOOTING • last Sun of each month) £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes Clay Pigeon Shooting are 45 mins. Daily Clay pigeon shooting is a thrilling RPM at Fitness First experience which demands Tues & Fri - 6.15am, 7am concentration, a keen eye and quick Wed - 5.30pm reactions £35 Absolute Adventures Thurs - 7am 07797736411 www.absolutejersey.co.uk Sat - 9am Sun - 11am Jersey Pistol club £39.95 a month, Classes are 45 mins. Sat - 2pm • STEPS • Sun - 10am £3 - £6 Jersey Pistol club, Le Chermin du Catel, St Mary 852158 information@ Step at Les Quennevais jerseypistolclub.org.je Mon - 9.30am £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes • SPINNING • are 45 mins.

Spinning at Fitness First

Core Conditioning at Les Quennevais

• WALKING •

Tues - 6.10pm (50 mins) Fri - 1.30pm (45 mins) £6.70 or FREE with Active.

Nordic Walk with Fiteez

Regular Classes & Courses For more information call 07797 721315 fiteez.co.uk Leg, Tums & Bums at Les

Quennevais

• WORK OUTS •

Wed - 9.30am £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes are 45 mins.

Muscle Pump at Les Quennevais

Mon - 10.30am (1 hour) Tues - 7pm Thurs - 10.30am Sun - 9.30am £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes are 45 mins.

Body Active at Springfield

Cardio Kick at Les Quennevais

Wed - 10.15am £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes are 45 mins.

Legs, Tums & Bums at BodyRox

Mon - 11.15am Wed - 12.10pm £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes Thurs - 6.15pm are 45 mins. £6 per class or £38 a month, Classes are 1 hour.

Body Sculpt (upper) Carrefour Metro

at

Core Extreme at BodyRox

Mon, & Wed - 12.10pm Wed - 5.20pm Tues & Thurs - 1.10pm £6 per class or £38 a month, Classes £45.50 or £59.50 a month for both are 1 hour. clubs, Classes are 35 mins.

Absolute Abs at Carrefour Metro

Musle Pump at BodyRox Mon - 12.10pm

Wed - 6.20pm

Simply Step at Carrefour Fri - 1.10pm £45.50 or £59.50 a month for both Mon - 7am, 1.15pm, 4.40pm, Metro £6 per class or £38 a month, Classes clubs, Class Pass - £70 for 10 5.30pm & 6.30pm Tues - 1.15pm, 4.40pm, 5.30pm & 6.30pm Weds - 7am, 1.15pm & 6.30pm Thurs - 1.15pm & 5.30pm Fri - 1.15pm Sun - 9.30am £39.95 a month, Classes are 45 mins.

Spinning at BodyRox

Mon - 7am & 12.10pm (35mins) Tues - 5.30pm Wed - 7.15am & 6pm Thurs - 12.10pm & 5.30pm Fri - 7.15am & 12.10pm £6 a class or £38 a month, Classes are 1 hour.

Spinning at Fort Regent

Wed & Fri - 5.30pm £45.50 or £59.50 a month for both clubs, Class Pass - £70 for 10 classes, Only valid for Carrefour Metro. Classes are 45 mins.

Step & Shape at Fort Regent

Wed - 7.10pm (50 mins) Thurs - 9.30am £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes are 1 hour.

Step & Pump at BodyRox

Fri - 1.10pm £6 per class or £38 a month, Classes are 40 mins.

Step at Fitness First

Sun - 9.30am Mon - 7am & 6pm £39.95 a month, Classes are 1 hour. Tues & Thurs - 7.10am, 9.30am • VOLLEYBALL • & 6pm Fri - 5.30pm £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes Beach Volleyball are 45 mins. Thurs - 6pm FREE, Open to everyone - just bring Spinning at Club Carrefour water. The Gunsite Mon, Wed & Thurs - 9.30am Mon - 6.15pm Beginner Volleyball Sat - 9.15am Sat - 2pm - 4pm Sun - 10am £5 a Session, interested in learning £59.50 a month for both Carrefour how to play or to improve their skills. clubs. Classes are 45 mins. Haute Vallee School 077977 42882

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are 1 hour.

Total Tone at Les Quennevais

classes, Only valid for Carrefour Metro. Classes are 30 mins.

Mon - 1.15pm Tri Work-Out at Les £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes Quennevais are 45 mins. Thurs - 9.30am £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes Team Workout - Abs at are 45 mins.

Fitness First

Mon, Wed & Fri - 5pm £39.95 a month, Classes are 15 mins.

Stretch & Shape at Les Quennevais

Body Active at Les Quennevais

Thurs - 11am £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes are 45 mins.

Mon & Thurs - 6pm £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes Bootcamp at Carrefour Metro are 45 mins. Thurs - 12.10pm Perfect for those who want to push Core at Fitness First themselves that bit further & enjoy Mon - 6.15pm training outdoors. £45.50 or £59.50 Fri - 1.15pm a month for both clubs, Class Pass £39.95 a month, Classes are 45 mins. - £70 for 10 classes, Only valid for Carrefour Metro. Classes are 30 Shape & Tone at Les mins.

Quennevais

Tues & Sat - 9.30am Body Combat at Fitness First £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes Thurs - 5.30pm are 45 mins. Sat - 10am £39.95/month, Classes are 45 mins.

Bodytone at BodyRox

Tues - 1.10pm £6 per class or £38 a month, Classes are 45 mins.

Weighted Workout at Les Quennevais Fri - 9.30am

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£6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes Yoga at Fitness First are 45 mins. Tues - 6.30pm Fri - 7am Total Tone at Fort Regent Sat - 11am Fri - 9.30am £39.95 a month, Classes are 1 hour. £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes are 45 mins. Hatha Yoga Beginings Tues - 6.30pm Friday Fitness at Les £7 Rouge Bouillon School Mary: Quennevais 07797 761014 Fri - 10.30am £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes Mind & Body Yoga at are 45 mins. Springfield Tues - 7pm • YOGA • £7.90 or FREE with Active, Classes are 1 hour.

Bikram Yoga Carrefour

at

Club

Mon & Wed - 9.30am Tues & Thurs - 6pm Fri - 5.45pm £59.50 a month for both Carrefour clubs. Classes are 1 hour 30 mins.

Afternoon Yoga at Les Quennevais

Yoga at Les Quennevais

£6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes Tue - & Thurs - 6.10pm are 45 mins. Sun - 11.10am £6 per class or £40 per month (10 Dynamic Yoga at Les classes) Jo - 077977 78015 or Quennevais zumbajojersey@hotmail.com Thurs - 7pm £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes Zumba at Springfield are 45 mins. Wed - 5.45pm Sat - 9.15am Fitness Yoga at Carrefour £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes Metro are 45 mins. Fri - 1.10pm £45.50 or £59.50 a month for both Zumba at Town Church clubs, Class Pass - £70 for 10 Wed - 6pm classes, Only valid for Carrefour £6 per class, Julie 07797 815610 or Metro. Classes are 35 mins. Colin 07797 747392

Yogalates at Les Quennevais Zumba at Fitness First

Sat - 10.15am Wed - 6.15pm Wed - 7am £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes Fri - 10.30am & 6.30pm Sun - 8.45am Sun - 11.30am £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes are 45 mins. £39.95 a month, Classes are 45 mins. are 1 hour.

Hatha Yoga at Springfield Zumba at St John’s School Toddler Massage & Yoga (6 Sun - 10am £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes Thurs - 6.30pm Months - 2 Yrs)

are 1 hour 30 mins. Wed - 9.30am - 10.20am Mon & Wed - 1.15pm £35 for 6 weeks, Carousel Dance • ZUMBA • £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes Studio, St Helier, 639603 / 07797 are 30 mins. 810638, lavenderlullabies.co.uk

Yoga at BodyRox

Svaroopa ® Yoga

Zumba at Carrefour Metro

Mon - 6.20pm Mon - 5.45pm Sat - 10.15am Wed - 10am £6 per class or £38 a month, Classes Thurs - 6.15pm £45.50 or £59.50 a month for both are 1 hour. £10 (block) - £13 (drop in), Classes clubs, Class Pass - £70 for 10 are 1 hour 30 mins, Indoor Bowling classes, Only valid for Carrefour Bikram Yoga at Yoga Matters Stadium Grainville. Celina - 07797 Metro. Classes are 1 hour. Everyday 919149 Mon to Fri - 6pm Zumba at La Moye School Tues, Thurs, Sat & Sun - 9.30am Vinyasa Yoga at Fort Regent Mon & Wed - 6.30pm Sat - 4pm £6 per session, Lucy 07797 761892 Wed - 6pm £7, 3a Rue de Funchal, St Helier £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes www.yogamatters.yolasite.com are 1 hour. Zumba at St Martin’s School 07797 838376 Mon - 6.30pm £6 per class, Julie 07797 815610 or Vinyasa Yoga at Les Jersey Bikram Yoga Colin 07797 747392 Quennevais Mon, Wed & Fri - 6.30pm Thurs - 9.30am Sun - 10am £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes Zumba at Fort Regent Members/OAP/Students £7, Drop are 1 hour. Tues & Sat - 9.30am in £10 or 10 Classes £80, Yoga Tues - 6pm studio, Les Ormes Golf & Leisure Iyengar Yoga at Club Thurs - 1.10pm Village 07797 725243 www. Carrefour £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes jerseybikramyoga.com are 45 mins. Thurs & Sat - 9.30am £59.50 a month for both Carrefour Ashtanga Yoga at BodyRox Zumba at Les Quennevais clubs. Classes are 1 hour 30 mins. Tues & Thurs - 7am Tues - 10.15am £6 per class or £38 a month, Classes Core Body Yoga at Sun - 11.15am are 1 hour. £6.70 or FREE with Active, Classes Springfield are 45 min. Thurs - 5.45pm Bikram Yoga Les Ormes £7.90 or FREE with Active, Classes Tues & Thurs - 10am Zumba at BodyRox are 1 hour 15 mins. Thurs - 6.30pm Tues - 5.20pm All classes are for beginners, 07797 Yoga Class Wed - 6pm 851589 or www.bikramyoga.je Thurs - 6.30pm - 7.30pm £6 - £7 Thurs - 7pm L’Horizon Spa 07829 954000 calli@ £6 per class or £38 a month, Classes Dynamic Yoga at Springfield yoga-box.co.uk are 1 hour. Tues - 5.45pm £7.90 or FREE with Active, Classes Yogalates at Springfield Zumba at Rouge Bouillon are 1 hour 15 mins. School Thurs - 7pm

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Zumba at Club Carrefour

Fri - 9.30am Sun - 10.10am £59.50 a month for both Carrefour clubs. Classes are 1 hour.

Zumba at Trinity Parish Hall Fri - 10.15am £6 per class Jo - 077977 78015

Zumba for Beginners at Fort Regent Fri - 1.10pm £3.35 or FREE with Active, Classes are 35 mins.

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PROPERTY LARGE 2 BEDROOM APARTMENT IN THE HEART OF ST AUBIN’S VILLAGE

Available from 1st January 2012, Two double bedrooms, Entrance hall, Bathroom with shower over bath, fully fitted kitchen with very large diner/lounge, fantastic location, Best bus route in the Island - best location in the Island! Rent; one month in advance and one month returnable deposit, A-H Quals required, Love Life, Love St Aubin’s. £1,100 Call 07797 722291 FOR RENT - AH LARGE 1 BED FURNISHED APARTMENT 1 bedroomed fully furnished quals (AH) stylish apartment available for rent in the heart of town. Very bright and spacious fully furnished top floor apartment with gas central heating, within a purpose built block of 9 apartments. Rent: £950.00 (includes rates and service charge) one month’s rent in advance and deposit of £900 will be required. Fully fitted kitchen with all new appliances. Available on a year’s lease which can be renewable from December. Suitable for non-smoking professional or couple, references and credit checks will be carried out. Contact Stephanie after 5pm on 07797 826113. APARTMENT FOR RENT 1 Bedroom unfurnished apartment. 1st floor over 50’s only Avalon Park, Green Island £900 Call 01534 724794 UN-QUALIFIED APARTMENT No.8 Duhamel Place St Helier Jersey. Positioned in a quiet residential but central part of town, No.8 Duhamel Place is a brand new non qualified modern & stylish apartment building, Constructed to the highest standards in quality

and finish. Kitchen is fully fitted with integrated appliances: cooker, fridge/freezer, washing machine & dishwasher, with tiled floors. Housing Status: A-H Qualifications £1,350 Call 01534 630666 NON QUAL 4 BEDROOM FLAT TOWN CENTRE 4 bedroom flat (inc. 2 really large corner rooms), recently redecorated, new carpets in 2 rooms, stunning high ceilings, situated above office in town centre. Can be used as 4 bedroom flat plus communal areas or 3 bedroom with lounge/dining room. All rooms have curtains. Shared large bathroom with shower and shared kitchen with built in hobs, oven and grill, airing cupboard, large fridge freezer. Loft space for storage. Available immediately. Deposit required. Negotiable lease. £2000 pcm Contact Ruthie or Katie, Call 625242 or 077977 79007 3 BEDROOM HOUSE - PONTAC, ST CLEMENT Spacious family home in quiet cul-de-sac. 3 Bedrooms, open plan lounge/dining room, large family kitchen, bathroom, downstairs cloakroom. Safe enclosed garden overlooking fields, parking for 3 cars plus visitor parking. Close to St Clement primary/secondary schools and Co-Op Locale. Excellent bus route. Owners motivated to sell, no onward chain. £455,000 ono Call 077977 21312 REFURBISHED AND SMARTLY PAINTED A-H FLAT AVAILABLE - JANUARY 2012 Completely refurbished and smartly painted one bedroom unfurnished A-H flat available January 2012. Close to town, own parking and private garden/ BBQ area. No smoking. Long term lease preferred. £850 p.c.m. plus deposit in advance. Call 01534 878889 3 BEDROOM HOUSE - PONTAC, ST CLEMENT Spacious family home in quiet cul-de-sac. 3 Bedrooms, open plan lounge/dining room, large kitchen bathroom, downstairs cloakroom. Safe enclosed garden overlooking fields, parking for 3 cars plus visitor parking. Close to St Clement primary/secondary schools. Owners motivated to sell,

no onward chain. Call 07797721312 3 BEDROOM FAMILY HOME St Saviour/St Clement area, close to beach, park and town. Well maintained three bedroom semidetached house for sale, perfect for a young family. Comprising of large kitchen diner and separate utility room. Sunny lounge with functional fireplace. Fantastic loft conversion currently being used as a study but could be used as a 4th bedroom. New roof. Double glazed with under floor and gas central heating. Small south facing garden. Sea views and parking for one car. Internal viewing a must. Offers around £379,000 Call 07797 718410 HOLIDAY HOME IN KNYSNA, SOUTH AFRICA

Beautiful waterfront holiday home in Belvidere, Knysna, South Africa. Perfect getaway for couples or families. Safe, fun and LOTS to do. Long or short term rentals available. Swimming pool. On the Garden Route. Sleeps 8. £1000 per month or £150-£250 per day, depending on season and length of rental. Visit www.singati. withtank.com Call 0027 83 400 5706 BEAUTIFUL 1 BEDROOM PENTHOUSE FLAT Beautiful 1 bedroom penthouse flat in St Aubin with stunning views across the harbour. Recently re-decorated to a high standard. Flat compromises of: 1 Large bedroom with built in wardrobe Lounge/Dining area Newly fitted kitchen with a range of cupboard, fridge/freezer, washing machine and built in oven hob Newly fitted bathroom suite. There is also 1 allocated parking space and loft storage Rent is £1200 PCM £1500 Deposit Full Housing qualifications required If you would like to come and have a look please let me know as we are happy to accommodate

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this at any time. Flat is available from 01 December Call 07829 777617 DETACHED A-J 3 BEDROOM HOUSE - ST SAVIOUR A-j detached 3 bedroom house for rent in St Saviour. Tucked away in small private quiet cul de sac of just 3 houses. Close to St Saviour and Grainville schools, walk to the waterfront in 30 minutes. Unfurnished. Parking for 4 cars. £1,650 Call 07797 740810 MUST SELL - LEAVING THE ISLAND Two bedroom property in St. Helier. 10 min walk to town centre. 2 designated parking spaces. Safe enclosed garden. Offers invited and considered. Must sell due to leaving the Island. For further information or to arrange a viewing please call 724511 or 07797 756477 IMPOSING DETACHED 4 BEDROOM HOUSE Large Detached Granite House - St Ouen - £2,550 pcm - A-J An imposing four double bedroom, two bathroom detached granite property located in the West ideally situated close to all local amenities, bus routes and just a two minute drive to the beach. To the rear of the property there is a large sunny enclosed, mature garden offering total privacy. Parking for 3 to 4 cars plus a garage and external buildings which can be used as an office / den. Available to let to A-J Categories. £2,550 PCM Call 01534 861123 or 077977 88304 TWO BEDROOM TWO BATHROOM APARTMENT (A-J) Spacious 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom purpose built apartment with views over People’s Park. Designated secure underground parking space, security intercom access, impressive communal areas and lift access to all floors. The apartment is in excellent condition and features a fully fitted kitchen with integrated cooker, dishwasher and washer dryer, double glazing and Economy 7 heating. Lounge (26.9’) with Juliet balcony. Master bedroom with ensuite. Situated on the outskirts of town within easy walking distance of shops, the park and beach. £1,350 PCM Call 077977 61229

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Issue 111, Friday, 16th December 2011 1 BED TOWN FLAT FOR RENT MARINA LOCATION Brand New Marina apartment at Castle Quay, partly furnished with high gloss latte fitted wardrobes a memory foam bed with draws and wall mounted plasma screen TV. The curtains in the bedroom and lounge are fully lined with blackout. Wooden floors run throughout finished to a very high standard The apartment benefits from a fully fitted German kitchen with all top end appliances and a separate cupboard in the hall way that houses the washer dryer. £975 PCM Call 077977 68817 NON-QUALS QUIET GARDEN FLAT WITH PARKING 1 double bedroom with shower on suite (no bath), plus 1 box room (box room 2.51m x 1.87m), Lounge/ Diner, Kitchen, Toilet, Storage area. Own entrance to garden and on site parking for 1 car. Part furnished, gas cooker and fridge on site. Available for professional persons only at £1,150 pcm for a couple or £1,046 pcm for single occupancy, plus own utility charges. Non smokers, Minimum 2 year agreement £1,046 Contact through jerseyweekly.com BEAUTIFUL CHARACTER 2 BEDROOM COTTAGE This lovely 2 bedroom cottage is just a minutes walk from the beach and has a garage and parking. The cottage has a large lounge/diner with working fireplace, a scullery with loads of storage cupboards, and a lovely bright fully fitted kitchen with integrated fridge, dishwasher, electric oven and hob. There is a large bathroom with bath and overhead power shower and 2 double bedrooms. Rental of £1,550 per month with a deposit equivalent to 1 months rent. Call 853512 (evenings) or 07797 797378 SPACIOUS 3 BED SEMI FOR SALE

steering, 2 ltr, all works. £1,250 Call 07700 366737

VEHICLES CITROEN XARA PICASSO,QUICK SALE!!! Citroen Xara picasso, manual gearbox, year 2001, central lock, power steering, abs, cd player,electric windows and mirrors, in board computer, metallic silver colour, 93k miles on the clock(mostly motorways miles), good condition for a year, lot of space on the rear seats,and very big boot, perfect family car,quick sale,looking £1275, (or nearest offers)!!! Call 07797 901596 TOYOTA AVENSIS T2-VTI, TOP OF THE RANGE,IMMACULATE!!! Spirit manual gearbox, silver metallic colour, 5 door,power steering,esp, abs, central lock, electric windows and mirrors, rear parking sensors, cd player, alloys wheels, on board computer, leather seats, too many to list, year late 2003. £4,250 Call 0782 9721156 MERCEDES BENZ 230 SLK KOMPRESSOR

Hard top convertible, automatic with only 22,500 miles on the clock. Alloy wheels, leather seats and 6 cd changer. Serviced November 2011 with full service history. More photos available on request. £4995 Serious offers considered. Please call 07829 707270, after 5pm on week days and any time at the weekend. HONDA CIVIC TYPE R 2002 47000 miles good condition, £5,000 Call 07700 328909

This lovely family home is offered for sale at a sensible price. It has 3 bedrooms, a lounge, kitchen, dining room and sun room. Along with a spacious bathroom upstairs and a shower room downstairs this is the house that meets all your needs. Outside is a safe, enclosed rear garden with garage/workshop and on street parking for 2 cars. £415,000 Call 077977 2806

HYUNDAI TUSCANI 2.7 ELISE WITH ALPINE SUPERCHARGER 280HP 6 speed manual gearbox, 2004, only 24k miles, service history (just serviced, new clutch kit fitted, original hyundai parts), mint condition inside and outside (no scratches and indents), climacontrol, alpine supercharger aquacooled cost over 2k. £4,500 Call 07700 708888 GOLF FOR SALE Volkswagen Golf 1600 SE FSI, Automatic, Petrol, Registration year 2005, Mileage 29150, £3,995 Call 07829 868616 TOYOTA RAV4 Manual, 5 door, 4X4, electric windows/mirrors/sun roof, power

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RENAULT MEGANE SCENIC RXE 2.0 1998 Renault Megane Scenic - body work and interior in very good clean condition. Seats 5. Excellent runner only 3 users from new. 96,000 miles. Metallic green. Looking for quick sale hence price!! £850 Call 077977 32447 CHEVROLET LACETTI 1.6 SX 2006 AUTO 5 Door Hatchback, 50,000 Miles Good Condition, Air/Con ,Cd Player, Had Full Service Including Timing Belt 3000 Miles Ago, Alloy Wheels, 2495.00 Ono Call 07700 351086 SUZUKI INTRUDER 800 2007 Suzuki intruder great bike wired for tom tom tourer or commute to work very well balanced bike 800cc. £1,900 Call 077977 75709 VW GOLF GTI 2. REDUCED PRICE VW Golf Gti 2.0, Manual, Year 2001,3 Door, Central Locking With Factory Alarm, Electric Windows, Cd/Radio/Cassette Player, Folding Rear Seats, Driver, Passenger And Side Airbags, Etc......Very Good Condition, £3599 Ono Please Call On 07797818035 Or 07797844915 For More Information Or To View, Selling Due To Lack Of Parking Space. **MUST GO** VW GOLF MK3 CABRIO 1.4 First registered 1994 (1995 model). Ideal first car. Good looking and perfect summer car. Electric hood and mirrors. Full leather interior. No electric windows or central locking. Economical, comfortable and reliable little car. Recently serviced. Open to offers. £1,100 Call 07829 790995 SUBARU IMPREZA RALLY CAR Subaru Impreza Rally car Jersey Weekly cover Car MSA log booked. Good straight car. DVS approved. Well maintained. Ran the entire 2011 JMC&LCC multi-surface rallies with No.1 on the Door Lots of Trophies to its name RHD Impreza GC8 with bolt in cage SIMTEK Management with Anti Lag and launch control; mapped for Jersey Fuel by Steve Simpson. (jacked Throttle) Haywood and Scott equal length manifold Repackable exhaust Prodrive Grp N Gear box with electric centre diff, Hydrolic vertical handbrake wired to diff release AP 6Pot front brakes (tarmac spec) new turbo fitted end of last season. Kaylan Mudflaps 18” wheels with p-zero inters (tarmac spec) 15” Wheels with Kumho gravel (Dirt Spec) Can be sold as dirt spec or tarmac spec Sold Ready to rally. Dirt Spec £9,000 Tarmac Spec £10,000 Call 077977 19655 BMW E36 328i,MINT

CONDITION Bmw e36 ,328i, auto with sport and economic mode,, abs, esp, power steering central lock, cd player, all electrics, alloys wheels with 4 new tyres, black metallic colour with black leather seats, year 1996. £1,950 Call 07797966905 MUST GO ,VW SHARAN 1.8 PETROL,OFFERS WELCOME VW Sharan Sport 1.8T Petrol ,Manual Gearbox, Metallic Light Green Colour, Year Late 2001 (After Face Lift), Power Steering,Central Locking, Esp, Abs, Cd Player, Onboard Computer, Electric Windows And Mirrors, Roof Racks, Alloys Wheels, 7 Seater. £1,895 Call 07700 33070 BMW 361I RACING GREEN Good condition, female owner, reluctant sale due to moving house with less parking space. MAKE BMW 361i YEAR - 1995 COLOUR - Racing Green MILEAGE - 53,700 EXTRAS - Central locking, Electric Sunroof, BMW Wheels, JVC Ten CD Multi- player, Electric Windows, Service History. £1,300 Call 07829 768411 AUDI A4 ESTATE,MINT CONDITION!!!

Audi S4 ,engine size 2,4 v6 petrol,5 door estate,auto/tiptronic gearbox(6 speed),year late 2002,esp,abs,central lock,power steering,electric windows and mirrors,alarm,cd player,roof rack,hook(never been used),rear parking sensors,alloys wheels with 4 new tyres,gun metallic colour with black leather interior,in board computer,to many to list,46k miles on the clock with fsh from new,one previous private owner,very big boot,immaculate condition in and out,perfect family car,price reduced,looking £4,175ono, (or nearest offers). Call 07797 902477 BMW 318i E46 Late 2001 blue BMW 318I, in very good condition in and out, 53,000 miles, no expenses spared. Service history plus I will get it serviced before the purchase for a lucky buyer. Tiptronic gearbox gives an option of full automatic or manual transmission, Full cream leather interior, CD changer, Climate Air Conditioning, rear parking sensors, Cruise control, electric windows, very dynamic, a pleasure to drive. Would consider a px for a BMW 1 series- preferably diesel. £4,395 Call 07700 362932 ORIGINAL FACTORY EDITION, REPSOL HONDA FIREBLADE (CBR1000RR)2005, Very good condition. Only 6500 miles. Only 2

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Issue 111, Friday, 16th December 2011 owners. Power commander, Dark screen, R&G crash protectors. Comes with a brand new set of Battlax Tires worth £200. Please no time wasters. £4,500 Call 07700 329119

HOME & GARDEN ROCKING HORSE

a second set of Cream covers to match. All covers machine washable. Very good condition £150 Call 01534 607862 TWO SEATER SETTEE Dark Blue 2 seater settee 5’ 10in Long X 3’ Wide, Along with a Second set of cream covers, complete with 4 scatter cushions with Red & Blue covers and a second set of Cream covers to match. All covers machine washable. Very good condition £100 Call 01534 607862 ARMCHAIR Armchair in good condition. Green fabric that has just been steam cleaned. Light beech woodwork. De-cluttering so NLR. Offers around £18 Call 077977 82686

Beautiful full size brown plush rocking horse on slider looking for new stable, loves children. Need to sell as he is eating me out of house and home. £200 Call 077977 32330 4 TIER SHELVING UNIT, WOOD SHELVES WITH METAL FRAME 4 tier tall, dark pine wooden shelves for storage with silver metal frame £10 Call 07797 718060

WHITE KITCHEN BITS & BOBS A change in kitchen decor means I have the following items for sale: a white cordless kettle, a white two slot toaster, a white tea/coffee/ sugar canister set, a white utensils holder, a white teapot. They have all been used but are in excellent condition. Bargain at £25 for the lot. Please ring 855523. FOR SALE BLACK LEATHER RECLINER CHAIR

PINE TABLE AND 4 CHAIRS Light pine table, medium in size, oblong in shape. Great condition, ideal for family dining room as it seats 4 with 4 included chairs. Bargain as this is offered at SALE price. £110 Call 07797 718060 BEAUTIFUL CREAM FUTON SOFA BED Nearly new cream futon sofa bed with wooden arms. futon is as comfortable for sleeping, as it is for lounging. less than a year old and only been used twice for visitors in spare room. L 198cm x W 86cm (130cm open as bed) Mattress 15cm thick £350 ono Call 07797 816797 SINGLE PINE BED FRAME Single Pine Bed Frame 2 x Frame Ends 2 x Borders Joined slats 4 x Allen bolts 4 x Barrel nuts CSK screws & wooden dowels included Simple to set up Combined joined slats for ease. (St Saviours Road) Quick easy bed solution just add own mattress £20 Call 077979 61460 THREE SEATER SETTEE

Royal Blue 3 seater settee 7’ 6in Long X 3’ Wide, Along with a Second set of cream covers, complete with 5 scatter cushions with Red, & Blue covers and

Black Leather Recliner Chair for Sale, excellent condition, 12 months old, bought new for £249. Must be collected. £100 Please call 01534 865578 after 6pm TWO VINTAGE MIRRORS Two vintage mirrors with perfect reflective surfaces. One is oval with light wood surround and the other has a gilded metal frame. offers around £15. Call 077977 82686. . BEKO OVEN Beko White Electric oven with 4 electric hobs. 4 years old but good condition, sale required as having new kitchen fitted. Ready for collection from 16th December. 350 Call 077977 78648 ICANDY PEAR PUSHCHAIR This pram is currently set up for a baby and a toddler although i do have the other seat so That it can sit 2 toddlers, so many seating options with this pram that you will not be disappointed. It will also seat the maxi cosi car-seats with the adapters. This pram is like brand new and hardly used as my toddler now refuses to go in a pram and wants to walk. I also have the rain covers, cup holders, umbrellas and shopping hooks... like new and to be collected from St Ouen.

Asking £400. Please text or call if interested -07797760531 CHERRY WOOD DROP LEAF BREAKFAST TABLE Cherry Wood Drop Leaf Breakfast Table Pedestal Base with Drawer Size 26 x 26 inches; Opens to 26 x 54 inches Quality piece of furniture £125 Call 07797 713147 ITALIAN CREAM CORNER SOFA Perfect condition, less than a year old. 38” high. 83” long to one corner. 82” long to other corner. Downsizing so need to let it go. It is a great bargain for someone, as it looks and feels (and smells) brand new. Prefer text on 07797 818040 BOAT ENGINE FOR SALE Diesel Inboard Boat Engine. Complete And Runs Sweet. £500 ono Call 01534 746678

Mint condition. Well looked after. Only year old. £500 Call 01534 880776 PANASONIC LUMIX G3 Only used for few months. Colour black. In mint condition. Will include camera bag. £250 Contact through jerseyweekly.com COMPACT PHOTO PRINTER Selphy Compact Photo Printer for Sale. Never used, all accessories still sealed. New printers priced at £145. £100 Please call 01534 865578 after 6pm IPOD IBASS SPEAKERS iPod iBass speakers, £10 Call 07797 843769 IPHONE 4S 16GB BRAND NEW NOT BEEN TOUCHED.

BRADSTONE WEATHERED RIVEN COTSWOLD SLABS. Surplus to requirements. Enough slabs to cover 10 sq meters eighteen 675 x 450 six 450 x 450 six 225 x 450 £150 Call 077977 39466 DINING TABLE AND 6 CHAIRS Dark wood, glass top over raphia, rectangular dining table and six matching chairs. Good clean condition. Table measuring: 3ft2 or 96cm wide - 4ft11 or 1m50 long and 2ft6 or 77cm high. To be collected. Other matching items are also available if required, i.e. sideboard, nest of tables, bookcase to complete dining room furniture area. £150 Call 01534 724282 2 LOVELY CHOCOLATE LEATHER SOFAS FOR SALE 2 Lovely Chocolate Brown Leather Identical Sofas for sale. 1 x 2 Seater and 1 x 3 seater both are in excellent condition. £275.00 ono Call 07829 747032

ELECTRICAL IMAC LEOPARD OSX10.5.8 upgraded to OSX 10.5.8 20 in screen. with wired mouse and keyboard includes all loaded programs including QuarkExpress, Microsoft Office, iWord. iLife, Adobe Design CS3...etc In prefect working order, ready to use, just plug in,switch on and you are all set to go. My reason for selling... just acquired another iMac so surplus to my needs....two computers plus a laptop is just too much. Available immediately for pickup as unable to deliver. £200 Call 01534 856123 PLAYSTATION 3 GUITAR HERO WIRELESS DRUM KIT As new wireless drum kit with 2 games -Guitar Hero World Tour and Guitar Hero III Legends of Rock. £35 ono Call 07797 816797 IPHONE 4 - 16gb Unlocked. Comes with case, headphones and USB charger.

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Brand new Iphone 4S 16GB for sale UNLOCKED, only selling because got an other Iphone through my company contract. Willing to sell for £595 Call 077977 19383 IPHONE 4 , 32GB FOR SALE Excellent condition comes boxed with all original accessories. Unlocked to any network. Great phone, just can’t get used to it after using htc for so long. Send message anytime or call 07829 981629 between 1pm and 5pm SMALL, MODERN CD/TAPE/ RADIO PLAYER Small modern cd/tape/radio player (philips) with light wooden speakers x 2 and modern centre unit, couple of years old but hardly used so excellent condition - only selling as no use for it now i have my i-Pod. timer, shuffle, clock, repeat butttons. speakers: £40 ono Call 07797 819140

SPORT & LEISURE ELECTRA HAWAII 20” GIRLS BIKE FOR SALES

Great Girls Bike In Excellent Condition - Need To Sell As We Have Got A Larger Bike Now Electra Hawaii Single-Speed 20-

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Issue 111, Friday, 16th December 2011 Inch Girls Bike (2011) Frame: Stream Ride Hi-Ten Steel w/ Patented Flat Foot Technology® Fork: Steel Unicrown Cranks: Classic Steel One Piece Bottom Bracket: 9-PC Loose Ball. £65 Call 01534 629916 ORKNEY STRIKELINER 16 + WITH TRAILER CUDDY 30HP OUTBOARD LOOKING TO SWAP Up for sale is my Orkney Strikeliner 16 + complete with cuddy nav lights fish finder vhf and four wheeled trailer and fish finder the deck needs a re-paint but that’s all engine is ten years old and very reliable cruises at 20 knots two up and fishing gear good fun boat looking to get something bigger would consider swap for larger vessel or asking £2850 Call 07797963267 CHILDS BLUE RIDGEBACK MX14 BIKE WITH STABILISERS AGE 3-6 YRS Child’s Bike Blue MX14 Light aluminium frame , brakes with anti skid modulator and stabilisers, 3-6yrs As New. £70 Call 07797 731771 21FT COAST WORKER 21ft coast worker for sale in need of refit, these boats are very well known for their good sea handling ability, the sale includes the boat and cuddy 90hp mariner and a good strong road trailer. Must go as I don’t have time to complete it.

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£1,000 Call 07829 798724

CHILDRENS CLOTHES Polkadot hooded jacket 5yrs new from Next £6.95 Pretty flower fleece hooded top 5-6yrs new from Next £10 Pink Ski Jacket 5-6yrs new+tags (from Next) £35 Gorgeous bicycle warm top 4-5yrs new £11.95 Purple velour joggers 2 pack 4-5yrs new Next £5.95 Peppa Pig tunic set new from Next 5-6yrs £15 Peppa Pig cord dress 5-6yrs new with tags from Next £1 plus much more. Contact through jerseyweekly.com

EARLY LEARNING CENTRE LETTER LION - NEW Learn the alphabet and have fun! ELC letter lion, which also doubles as a cuddly toy! New, no box £10 Contact through jerseyweekly. com LAMAZE PLAY HOUSE GYM NEW, NO BOX Lamaze baby play house gym, with accessories. New, no box. £20 Contact through jerseyweekly. com 170 LTR UN-VENTED PRESSURISED STAINLESS STEEL HOT WATER TANK PLUS INSTALLATION 170 ltr un-vented stainless steel hot water tank perfect for replacing an old leaking copper cylinder there is still 20 years of guarantee left on it , half the price of a conventional copper cylinder and can be connected to your central heating the tank is complete and in perfect condition asking £300 cost £1000 new, I can even install it for you at extra cost as i am qualified to do so. Please contact me for full details. Free delivery £300 Call 07829 798724 BOAT TRAILER 19 foot boat trailer for sale £240 ono Call 077977 69219 ZODIAC DINGHY FOR SALE Zodiac Cadet 260s Dinghy for Sale. Second-hand and in very good seaworthy condition. Includes oars, foot pump and repair kit. Can deliver locally, if necessary. £250 ono Call 736881 4 DIGIT NUMBER J9659 for sale; please phone Call 078298 00334 MAMAS AND PAPAS COT Mamas and Papas, Helena pine cot, without mattress, excellent condition £50.00 Call 07797 750887 ENGINE OIL - BARGAIN! Engine oil - semi synthetic 10/40 two x 5 litres £15 each, bargain! Tel 520852

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TRADE CARDS PLUMBING & HEATING ENGINEER For all your plumbing requirements, domestic & commercial. From a dripping tap to bathroom & kitchen installations. www. delaneyheatingandplumbing. co.uk Quotes on request; Tel; 07797810064 DAVID DE GRUCHY CARPENTER AND JOINER LTD I am a self-employed Carpenter with 30 years experience. Work includes any big or small jobs including painting, decorating and block-work. I also do decking and plaster boarding. I have a Tipper Truck for delivering or dumping items. Please ring Mobile 07797727018 or Home 723460. STYLE AND COLOUR CONSULTATIONS, INCLUDING PERSONAL SHOPPING Style Matters offers style, image and colour consultations for women. A full consultation will show you the most flattering colours to wear for your natural colouring and what clothing styles will be best for your body shape. £80 - £180 Call 07700 702290 HEALTH AND LIFESTYLE SCREENINGS Total Health Care Service is now operating in the Channel Islands. We hold clinics in various locations including regular sessions at the Grand Hotel and Spa (St Helier). Home visits are available at an additional cost. Screenings start from £25.00 for a basic screen to £165.00 for a total screen, please contact us to discuss your needs. Phone: 01534 728091 Mobile: 07797841299 Mobile: 07925983272 Email: nurse@totalhealthcareservice. com (full classified ad on jerseyweekly.com)

normal hours - affordable rates - no silly prices - polite reliable professional service. local handyman; jobs completed in and around the house/garden. Give me a call for an unbiased chat, information about jobs that I cover. Fully insured 10% discount for seniors (over 65) Call 01534 625106 or 07829 955500

WANTED WANTED PARKING SPACE Wanted permanent/full time parking space in town close to halkett place for staff. Please contact 722227. AUDIO MIXER WANTED 3+ channel mixer wanted with XLR inputs. Anything considered £50 offered max. Call 07797 814229 HAIR SALON ASSISTANT, FULL TIME OR PART TIME Health & Beauty Hair Salon Assistant, Full Time or Part Time. A Salon Assistant to cover a variety of duties in our busy Hair & Beauty Salon. Pay and Hours by arrangement Contact Portside Studio Tel 747908 for an interview WANTED FULL OR PART TIME WORK 19 year old, keen sailor, first aid trained, two years engineering at highlands - looking full or part time anything considered. Call 07797 893525 LOOKING FOR A 21FT UP TO 30FT FAMILY BOAT IN ANY CONDITION I am looking for a 21ft up to 30ft family boat in any condition that I can work on over the winter ready to enjoy next summer looking to spend up to £5000 Call 07829 798724 WANTED VW CAMPERVAN VW camper-van with sink and accessories - pop up roof if possible. £8,000 Contact through jerseyweekly.com

HANDYMAN - FASTFIX Free call out charge during

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Free Vehicle Check

Oil - Break Fluid - Windscreen Wash - Tyre Pressure - Coolant with all valets in December with this voucher

telephone 07797 711113 or email - enquiries@accessvalet.je. see our website for more details - www.accessvalet.je

Access Valeting has moved to a new central Town location in Seaton Lane, next Squire’s Pub. So whether you are on your way to work or just going shopping, let Access Valeting make sure you return with a nice clean car.

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Guidescopes

Written by Tracy Poskitt, www.tracyguidelinesinternational.com

Aries

Taurus

Gemini

Cancer

21 MAR - 20 APR

21 APR - 21 MAY

22 MAY - 21 JUN

22 JUN - 22 JUL

The world is your oyster on Thursday when it comes to that all important decision. Career moves fast after the weekend. Finance is a little stretched, but mindful budgeting will only be required in the short term.

Travel plans are discussed and well starred, for you to take the break you’ve only dreamed of. Think hard about your decisions between two people, when it comes to love choice. Pressures of the heart will feel relieved, at last, by Saturday.

Healing Colour Gold Lucky Number 18

Healing Colour Yellow Lucky Number 4

The diet that you’ve been trying proves a great success on Thursday. Health and energy uplifts as stress releases by the end of the week. The encouragement you’ve been searching for leads to the career move that’s long standing, finances are up at last. Healing Colour White Lucky Number 20

Listen carefully around friends as the person with the initial A could become more than a admire. Take every opportunity this week to fill up that social diary. Luck is well in when you see an old flame over an crowded room. Decisions made this week centre around money plans. Healing Colour Purple Lucky Number 9

Leo

Virgo

Libra

Scorpio

23 JUL - 23 AUG

24 AUG - 22 SEP

23 SEP - 23 OCT

24 OCT - 22 NOV

Secure the bonds between you and that special someone this week. Don’t hold back your inner feelings, clear away old debris and make room for new beginnings. Luck strikes, when you see a blue door opening up financial fluidity. Check investments for improvement.

Travel is well starred overseas. Success from a hidden talent is well featured. On Wednesday, watch for a secret love match to a Libra. Finances are on their way up. Enjoy time with friends who you haven’t seen for a while on a shopping spree.

Health is improving this week for the first time in a long time. A loved one is moving closer to your heart   this makes your future feel solid. Income becomes more regular. Sorting out your time to accommodate family expansion puts you on a high.

Look carefully at a work promotion opportunity on Friday. This is the chance to move on to the first step of the ladder. A Taurus gives you the compliment you need to boost your confidence. A night out is just the ticket for relaxation on Wednesday.

Healing Colour Blue Lucky Number 12

Healing Colour Red Lucky Number 2

Healing Colour Silver Lucky Number 7

Healing Colour Violet Lucky Number6

Sagittarius

23 NOV - 21 DEC

Great results come from a work choice this week. Be adventurous when it comes to making that loved one feel special. Self belief becomes strong when you take charge of the situation. A feeling of self worth gets stronger as compliments come to you from all angles. Healing Colour Jade Lucky Number 3

Capricorn

Aquarius

21 JAN - 18 FEB

19 FEB - 20 MAR

Time alone is well starred, use this time wisely when dealing with legal dealings - a contract that appears daunting will lead to good foundation in the future. Be sure to have everything checked thoroughly by a legal body, and all will be well in the end.

Clearing out old relationships with friends who you thought were on your side will make space for loved ones make closer.   Family bonds are made stronger as people are moving in the right direction. A solution to money worry will be found by Wednesday.

A trip to the country helps you give a clearer mind when thinking about house moves. A friend from afar contacts you with good news about a family member. A much clearer mind is on the horizon by Sunday, regarding the right course of action to take at work.

Healing Colour Brown Lucky Number 11

Healing Colour Orange Lucky Number 8

Healing Colour Green Lucky Number 1

22 DEC - 20 JAN

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Dandara Premiership - St Paul’s v Trinity By Ian Paine

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Liberation Group & Simon Crowcroft...

by Paul Watson

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Derek Warwick New Honda Civic Launch

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Trans Musical, Rennes 2011

3rd December

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Soup Kitchen

6th December

by Rafal Wzorek

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Clear investment. Pure energy.

GAS BILL. Oh dear. OIL BILL. Oh, very dear.

Electricity prices frozen for a third winter. Domestic oil and gas prices have risen by an uncomfortable *87% and *41% in the past two years to June, while Jersey Electricity prices have fallen. We cut prices by 5% in 2010, froze them this year and now we’re maintaining tariffs at current levels again to help you keep warm this winter. That’s two-and-a-half years of stable prices. Affordable, secure and sustainable electricity.

Isn’t it time you made the switch?

Tel 505460 www.jec.co.uk

OIL

UP 87%

GAS

UP 41%

ELECTRICITY DOWN 5%

*Source: States of Jersey Statistics Unit, RPI & CPC Reports June 2011 (Oil +27%; Gas +22%). RPI Report June 2010 (Oil +47%; Gas +15%)



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