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A RECORD number of complaints about dog-fouling have been made to Brighton and Hove City Council in the last 12 months. But - out of 432 complaints only two fixed-penalty notices were issued. One was withdrawn because there was insufficient evidence; the other was not paid, so the council took court action and successfully prosecuted the dog-owner, Anthony Gallagher, last November. Gallagher, of Windlesham Road, Brighton was fined £100, with £350 costs, for not clearing up his dog’s mess in Goldsmid Road, Seven Dials. A £15 “victim surcharge” was imposed, with the money going to help fund victim services. The lone prosecution was the result of 315 “pro-active fouling patrols” by the city council’s animal welfare team, which has the equivalent of four full-time employees. In the last year, the team has also been responsible for: • 361 dog-related enquiries;
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Dog-fouling: Guilty dog-owners face £1,000 fines - if they get caught. • 328 kennelled, re-homed, and reunited strays dogs; • 254 investigations into “dangerous dogs” and dog attacks; • 213 investigations intol animal cruelty and welfare; • 180 investigation into other animal complaints; • 118 animal enquiries; • 34 stray-dog assessments; • 33 dog-education activities.
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In addition - according to a report to councilllors - the animal welfare team is involved in the licensing of one zoo, seven pet shops, seven boarding establishments, and five performing animals. The report identified “animal welfare hotspots” to be Whitehawk, Moulsecoomb, and North Portslade; one of a series of “Dog Care Days” – aiming at promoting responsible
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dog-ownership – was organised in East Brighton Park yesterday (Thursday) by the city council and the RSPCA. Separately, targeted antifouling work is undertaken in St James’s Street, parts of Kemptown, Brunswick Square, Valance Ward, Hangleton and Knoll, Elm Grove, Queens Park. Continued on page 3
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The costs and health risks of dog-fouling Continued from page 1 Graham Cox, Conservative councillor for Westbourne, raised the issue at a meeting of Brighton and Hove City Council’s Environment, Transport and Sustainability Committee meeting on Wednesday. Cllr Cox, a former Sussex Police detective, said the figures showed that more action was needed. He said: “Dog-fouling is invariably one of the top three issues that local residents in my ward contact me about and I’m sure that the same is true across much of the rest of the city. “For this reason, the council should be giving greater priority to pursuing the small minority of irresponsible owners who persist with their anti-social behaviour. “I appreciate that it can be difficult to catch people in such a large area, but all I got in response to my question was a long list of excuses for not doing anything. “This is not what residents want to hear. I suggest that a campaign targeting the worst-affected areas is launched as a matter of priority.” Cllr Cox said the only way to get offenders to change their ways was by increasing the likelihood that they would get caught. “At the moment, as the answer to my question reveals, they know that they will almost certainly get away with it,” he said.
In response to questioning, Councillor Pete West, chair of the environment, transport and sustainability committee, said: “We decide the appropriate enforcement action by using the council’s enforcement policy. Each case is judged on its own merits, along with an assessment of the strength of the evidence to bring a successful prosecution.” Cllr West insisted: “We have a mixed approach that includes education, advice and enforcement.” A Freedom of Information request last October resulted revealed there had been 307 complaints about dog-fouling in 2012, up to September 30. Total for previous years were: 342 (in 2011); 299 (2010); 352 (2009); 350 (2008); 287 (2007); 431 (2006); and 317 (2005). It is thought there are only about 2,000 dog-fouling prosecutions each year, mainly because of the difficulty in obtaining eyewitness evidence – leading, controversially, to some local authorities using CCTV cameras to gather evidence. Some MPs believe that income from fixed-penalty notices issued to guilty owners should be given to councils as an incentive to more urgent action – and to offset the estimated £22 million spent annually by councils cleaning up dog mess.
Responsible owners: Dog-owners attend the "Dog Care Day" at East Brighton Park yesterday.
More than seven million dogs in the UK produce more than 1,000 tonnes of execrement every day. There are serious health issues related to dog-fouling: toxocariasis or toxocare canis is found in 50 per cent of dog excrement; it usually exists for up to three weeks after deposit is made and causes eye disorders, dizziness, nausea, asthma, and epileptic
fits. It is most common in children aged 18 months to five years. How big a problem is dog-fouling? What more can - or should – be done? Let us know your thoughts. Email: views@ brightonandhoveindependent.co.uk. Twitter: @BrightonIndy
The 20 cheapest homes sold in 2013 Greg Hadfield OUR exclusive article last week about the most expensive homes in Brighton and Hove in 2013 provoked a remarkable level of interest. Many of our readers wanted to know which are the cheapest properties to have changed hands so far this year. Today, we are publishing more results of our unique analysis of Land Registry data. Of 1,289 residential properties sold to the end of May – the latest data available – the cheapest 100 homes sold for an
average of £112,378; 22 went for less than £100,000 The cheapest detached property was 134A Cuckmere Way, Brighton BN1 8GH, at £177,000; the cheapest semi-detached home was 41 Egmont Road, Hove BN3 7FN, at £101,500; and the cheapest terrace house was 46 Lynton Street, Brighton BN2 9XR, at £100,000. There is, however, a “health warning” about the data: not everyone – because of government schemes and other discounts will be eligible to buy the similar properties at the same low price.
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Jason Kitcat SINCE 2008 the country has seen not just the financial crash, but the onset of austerity in public spending. That year was the last time the city developed an economic strategy – five years ago and in an incredibly different context. While we’ve weathered the economic crisis relatively well, we can’t be complacent. So last year the local Economic Partnership (made up of business representatives) and the council co-commissioned a new Economic Strategy to set out key issues and priorities for our local economy until 2018. The Economic Strategy argues we should build on our city’s unique economic strengths and develop a more sustainable economy for the city that’s diverse, resilient and better-balanced. For example, we’re already internationallyknown for being a cultural and leisure tourist destination. So the new strategy proposes to make the most of this by prioritising investment in our city’s year-round conference venues, which will both improve the facilities and attract more visitors. We’ve already combined forces with
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colleagues in neighbouring councils on a variety of issues, ranging from accessing government funding to bidding for UN Biosphere status. So in the coming years we plan to continue working with colleagues to secure greater investment in infrastructure, development and training. Local creative, digital, IT and environmental businesses are booming, so we plan to support a network of eco technology hubs so that these companies can network with, learn from and use each other. These would also be linked to research and development work done at the universities, making the most of the enormous resource there.
Clearly we have some huge opportunities ahead, but with limited funding it’s crucial that we make the most of it. Having been developed in conjunction with local businesses, this strategy means that we won’t just carry on weathering the storm, but flourish despite it. For more details about the draft economic strategy, visit: www.bit.ly/16tCU4S Let us know what you think. Email: views@ brightonandhoveindependent.co.uk Twitter: @BrightonIndy
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Green Party’s “secret weapon” in Hanover and Elm Grove Exclusive by Greg Hadfield SOFTWARE that could boost the Green Party's chances in local and national elections has been trialled in the Hanover and Elm Grove by-election, Brighton & Hove Independent can reveal. The campaign team behind David Gibson, the Green candidate,has been testing Los Angeles-based NationBuilder, which decribes itself as "the world’s first community organising system: an accessible, affordable software platform that helps leaders grow and organise communities to achieve great things". NationBuilder was founded in November 2009 and launched in April 2011, by its Jim Gilliam, its chief executive. Political experts regard it as "a secret weapon, a potential game-changer" - in the same way that Barack Obama's team exploited social media in his first presidential campaign. Chris Hughes, one of Facebook founders, was among NationBuilder's early admirers. "Facebook connected the world," he said. "NationBuilder helps the world take action." NationBuilder is an all-in-one campaigning tool, offering: easy-to-
update websites; a "people" database of members, voters, and supporters; and communication tools, such as email, textmessaging and social media. Attracting little attention, an early version was piloted in British politics when Ken Livingstone used it to power YourKen. org, the digital platform for his campaign to become Mayor of London earlier this year. The success of NationBuilder lies in bringing online and offline communities together, empowering volunteers and instilling new power to doorstep campaigns. The Labour Party plans to introduce the software nationally before the next general election. But the Greens in Hanover and Elm Grove have got in first.
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Rendezvous at the marina IT’S ONE of the best – and most exotic – views of Brighton Marina. Only a few minutes from the city centre, the Rendezvous Casino celebrated the launch of its stunning Ocean View Terrace - with a colourful evening of flamenco dancers and the sounds of Son Guarachando, one of the leading exponents of Cuban Son, Salsa, Cumbia and Latin music in the UK. Guests were able to enjoy the music while soaking up the views and embracing some authentic Cuban cocktails with a Caribbean buffet. During the evening, some guests ventured onto the gaming tables and enjoyed Black Jack, roulette, electronic roulette and slot machines. Complete with bar serving cocktails and big-screen TVs, the Ocean View Terrace – a smoking terrace, with heaters - is further evidence of the aim of The Rendezvous to prove it is much more than just a casino; it's
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THIS WEEKEND marks the first deadline in an ambitious “masterplan” that will shape the future of the historic 5,000-acre Stanmer Estate. Initial public consultation – embracing both Stanmer Park and Stanmer Village – ends on Sunday, with views invited about how to restore and protect the estate's historic buildings and landscape, to enhance its natural features, and to make it more accessible. Brighton and Hove City Council is drawing up a long-term plan for the much-loved public park as well as a nationally significant Grade II landscape – which is the setting for the Grade I-listed Stanmer House, its Grade II* stable block and 16 Grade II listed buildings, many of which are within the village. Stanmer Estate is also a working landscape, with farming, grazing and food-growing taking place on its land; it is also home to many residents in Stanmer Village and in cottages scattered around the estate. Situated in the South Downs National Park, the estate’s woodland walks and extensive open lands provide an important area for residents across the city as well as for visitors; many use it for walking, enjoying nature, sports and other leisure activities, and as a gateway to the wider national park. The masterplan will include proposals for bringing empty farm buildings and vacant plots in Stanmer Village back into use and identify opportunities to bid for external funding from organisations such as the Heritage Lottery Fund. The council is leading the Stanmer Estate
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Restoration project, working in partnership with the South Downs National Park Authority and other partners including the Brighton and Hove Food Partnership, Stanmer Preservation Society, and Stanmer Stakeholders Group. The approximate timetable for development of the masterplan this year is: April to August: Requirements gathering including public consultation; July to September 2013: Develop proposals; September to October 2013: Public Consultation on masterplan; October to December: Finalise Proposals The council will be seeking external funding, possibly from one of three Heritage Lottery funds: Parks for People Grant; Heritage Enterprise Grant; Heritage Grant. Each fund allows a bid for up to £5 million in a two-stage process. A decision on any bid is not expected until February 2015, meaning the construction phase would not completed until July 2017. To make your views known, visit www. brighton-hove.gov.uk/stanmerproject. Or email: firstname.lastname@example.org; telephone: 01273 292929.
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Young people rewiring the state COULD the next Mark Zuckerberg come from Brighton and Hove? Young programmers and designers are being urged to sign-up for a major computer programming event being held in the city between August 5 and 8 - culminating in a long weekend at Birmingham’s revolutionary arts and media venue, The Custard Factory. Brighton and Hove will be a host city for the "Festival of Code", which will see under-19s given access to government data, from which they will create innovative applications, websites and prototypes to solve real-world problems. The initiative - whose sponsors include SAP, Facebook and Google - is run by Young Rewired State, a network of coders whose aim is to find and foster young people who are already teaching themselves how to programme.
During the final weekend in Birmingham, the achievements of the young people will be shared and showcased to a panel of expert judges, including model and presenter Izzy Lawrence and the renowned physicist and mathematician, Conrad Wolfram. Since its inception in 2009, Young Rewired State (YRS) has grown from just 50 developers to a 1,000-strong network of programmers worldwide. Emma Mulqueeny, YRS chief executive, said: “The digital world in which we live is crying out for a workforce with the right skills for the 21st century, and the Festival of Code is an opportunity for young innovators to create and collaborate in a supportive environment." For more information, email: anna. email@example.com
‘Pass it on’ is theme of TEDxBrighton HOW DO we take stock of what we leave behind? For all but a tiny proportion of us, memories of us will fade quickly - gone in a generation or two. Some of our legacies, however, will endure. Conversations at Brighton and Hove's third independent, locally-organised and officially-licensed TEDx conference will be exploring our bequests as individuals, and as a society. There are important questions to be asked: Can we control our own inheritance? Many geniuses come from broken homes - and many children of the successful are damaged. Will those things we neglect have more influence on posterity than those we pursue? Even the baseline of genetic inheritance is more complicated
then we thought, as the discipline of epigenetics explores. The environment our grandparents lived in has a direct bearing on our lives. How far do we even understand what we have inherited from previous generations? TEDxBrighton 2013 will take place on October 25 and will feature inspiring live speakers from a range of backgrounds, interests, disciplines and perspectives, combined with some classic TEDTalks. All presentations will look at the "Pass it on" theme and will challenge concepts of legacy. TEDxBrighton is sponsored by Brighton Dome, Fugu PR, I Love New Work, Brandwatch, Pragmatic, Event Course and Small Batch Coffee. For more information, visit tedxbrighton. com. Twitter: @TEDxBrighton
Deadlines approach for Brighton Digital Festival THERE are just seven weeks until the start of the Brighton Digital Festival. And the deadline for submitting your event - and to be certain to get it in the official festival guide - is Friday, July 19. For a chance to review the line-up of events as it currently stands, there is the final programme meeting for event organisers on Monday, July 15. The meeting - starting at 6.30pm at The
Old Market ,11A Upper Market St, Brighton, BN3 1AS - is also an opportunity to talk with other organisers and members of the festival steering group, and to work out any final programme details. If you are not organising an event, but want to be involved, then you are still invited. The meeting will begin with an open forum for people to ask questions, recruit assistance, and share ideas. If you have
any particularly big announcements, steering group members want to hear from you in advance so that they get them on the agenda. Brighton & Hove independent is delighted to be the media partner for the festival. To find out more and register, visit www.
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Don’t squeeze our much-needed charities Mike Holland WE ALL understand the current Conservative administration has a difficult job on its hands. Despite having a moan here and there, most of us realise why it is inevitable we had to be squeezed and that, despite some brave rhetoric, matters will probably become a lot worse before getting better. What I do not comprehend is why our rulers should think it is a good idea to squeeze the voluntary sector as part of the moneysaving measures. Anyone with half a brain knows the best value for money comes from services provided by the voluntary sector, an assertion that must be beyond dispute by even the most blinkered of politicians. Why then at this time of dire austerity, with the voluntary sector needed to pick up the pieces, has the government decided that, rather than increase the already-meagre funding given annually to essential service charities, they have actually cut them. These are the very people who are giving support to the most vulnerable individuals in
our society - the people we need to help most. What sort of message does our government think that is sending out? Is the message really that the most vulnerable should make cuts and shoulder some of the responsibility caused by arrogant bankers and city traders? Doesn’t sound like a great idea to me. That is not how any civilised society is expected to behave and it certainly does not sound like the utopia type “Big Society” we heard David Cameron talking about in the early days. Indeed, I met Mr Cameron while he was on the campaign trail and have to say that there is not much I am seeing now resembles the original plan as he saw it then. I have long observed the way charities operate and have only ever been interested in supporting or advocating support for those with low overheads and good management structures. I have little time for some of the organisations close to government, particularly those purporting to be tackling our burgeoning drug problems. It is my view that all businesses should have charitable aims and objectives. This should not just be lip-service either, as it very often is. The lead, however, does need to come from government - which is still supporting a massive overseas aid programme. Mr Cameron really needs to start listening to the electorate - as a current online poll suggests nearly 84% of voters believe overseas aid should be cut so that extra monies can be
The voluntary sector is needed more than ever in austere economic times.
spent on essential domestic services. While a paltry 16% believe the Conservatives have got it right. Surely, even the thickest-skinned of political wafflers must realise this does not bode well for the next election, no matter how much you talk yourself up. No wonder UKIP has been picking up so many of disgruntled Conservative voters who obviously don’t fancy another Spitting-Image, idiotic Labour Party leader either. Yikes what a mess! I would suggest we are in dire times of emergency and the last time we had to admit to such a thing was during
the last war, when we decided it was desirable to select a coalition government with representation from all parties. Why on earth can we not stop this ridiculous squabbling and select such a government again? Photograph of Mike Holland: Andrew Hasson (www.andrewhasson.com) Do you agree with Mike Holland? Let us know your thoughts. Email: views@ brightonandhoveindependent.co.uk. Twitter: @BrightonIndy
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Sussex Business Awards now open for entries
Jen the joiner excels in SkillBuild contest
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Susanna Reid THE 25th Sussex Business Awards are now open for business, following a trio of launch events across Sussex in Brighton, Crawley and Eastbourne. Chris Robinson, managing director of Boost Marketing, chaired a short question-andanswer session with previous award-winners: James Burton, of Qualifa, winner of last year’s International Business of the Year; Nick Dunn, of Boing Splash Media, who won Most Awesome Use of Digital Media 2012; and Kevin Berry of Sussex County Cricket Club, which won the Best Place for Business Entertaining 2012. They were joined by Nicki Perry of Domestic & General, which sponsors Best Customer Service, and John Keenan, of The Argus, the daily newspaper, which sponsors Boss of the Year.
Celebrating business excellence across Sussex, the awards are the longestestablished their kind in the county. This year’s sponsors include Morgan Sindall, Mazars, Legal & General, The Montefiore Hospital, Domestic & General, Morrisons Solicitors, Sussex Innovation Centre, HSBC, Checkaprofessional, Sussex Enterprise, and Midnight Communications. Media sponsors will be Heart FM, Sussex Business Times, Absolute Brighton, and The Argus. To enter, visit www.sbawards.org.uk. Entry costs £50 for one entry or £100 for up to three, to cover the administration costs of the scheme. Entry is free for The Healthiest Workplace Award, The Greatest Contribution to Sussex Charity, and Boss of the Year. Follow the Sussex Business Awards on Twitter: @SussexBizAwards.
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pedestrianised highway scheme on New Road and contains a modern ticket sales outlet, retail facilities, and a restaurant and café that integrate creatively with the Royal Pavilion Garden; • an exciting new creation space; • a dedicated education and engagement space; • improved working conditions for artists; • refurbishment of the 230-seat Studio Theatre, to improve capacity and facilities; • enhanced audience-orientation and visitorexperience; • much-needed additional office space and equipment storage; • additional opportunities for Brighton Dome to become both a cultural and tourism focus for the city. Architect-led design teams have been invited to tender on the South East Business Portal, a website where businesses can bid for work, to pitch a design and prepare a planning application. A spokesman for Brighton Dome and Festival Ltd said: “Brighton Dome and Brighton Festival welcome bids for this work from local, national and international consultants alike and all bids will be scrutinised using the same criteria. The criteria are three-fold: quality of the bid and ability to satisfy the brief; evidence of direct experience of similar projects; price and value for money.” Andrew Comben, chief executive, Brighton Dome and Brighton Festival said: This is an exciting time for Brighton Dome and Brighton Festival.” For more information, visit www. businessportal.southeastlep.gov.uk or www. bit.ly/10OMZe5.
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State of the City 2013 Frank le Duc THE ANNUAL State of the City debate, organised by Brighton and Hove Chamber of Commerce, is an agenda-setting highlight of the business calendar. What is it about Brighton and Hove that helps – or hinders – your business? Can you recruit the staff you need? Would you like more affordable office space? Does the city do enough to showcase businesses? These were the sort of questions that attracted nearly 200 business people to the State of the City debate at the Sallis Benney Theatre in Grand Parade, Brighton, on Tuesday evening. Topics discussed included jobs and skills, planning permission, commercial space and help for start-ups. One panellist, Gary Peters, chairman of the Brighton and Hove Economic Partnership, said: “We need to create 6,500 jobs; we need to
build homes; and we need to build office space. We need to attract more visitors to come here. “Over the next few years, the city needs to generate another 6,500 jobs – and that was before we found out we’ve got an extra 23,500 people living here, most of them of working age. And we need to create better-paid jobs. “We need to harness our creativity and energy to become a super-city. We can’t hide from the fact that we need to build 16,000 to 19,000 homes over the next ten years. And we’ve got very little space so maybe we need to build up. “We’re not always good at development. We, as businesses, need to take responsibility. It’s easy to knock the council but they’ve got less and less to work with.
“In five year’s time, who knows if there will even be a council? And, if there is, it may have a budget of only 5p!” Andy Winter, chief executive of Brighton Housing Trust (BHT), addressed the housing shortage and one of the choices set out in the draft City Plan. He said: “I’m pleased that it looks like 750 homes will be built in Toads Hole Valley. I’d like to see homes built between Falmer and Woodingdean. Some people say it’s an area of outstanding natural beauty. I think it looks like a cabbage patch.” Mr Winter, who is to use speciallyadapted shipping containers to house people temporarily near Preston Circus, said: “I’d like to see 500 shipping containers at Preston
Barracks to house people temporarily for the 20 years that it will take to develop that site.” He called for greater housing density and compromises on living space and room sizes, mitigated by the inclusion of shared space for, say, laundry and ironing. Mark Strong, from Transport Initiatives, a Brighton consultancy, said: “If we had higherskilled jobs, fewer people would commute to London and the money they spend during the day would be spent in the local economy.” Jason Kitcat, leader of the city council, said: “We clearly have limited space with narrow Victorian streets and we’re bounded by the national park and the sea. The roads aren’t getting any wider but the demands are. “Forty four out of forty six places where we
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3: Our future together measure air pollution are getting better, but two are getting worse - notably North Street. We’ve promoted buses and car clubs – and technology like apps to help people make smarter choices.” Councillor Kitcat defended Brighton and Hove City Council against accusations that its planning committee obstructed new development. He said that almost all applications were approved: “There are so many planning permissions already granted but people are not always getting the finance to build them.” He added that the City Deal was important to business, with the council working with its counterparts in the Lewes district, as well as in Adur and Worthing.
Julia Chanteray, president of Brighton and Hove Chamber of Commerce, said: “We need to make it easier for businesses to start up and get going and remove some of the obstacles that are there at the moment.” She pointed out that the chamber provided mentors and said that 180 people starting a business had benefited. With a high start-up rate in Brighton and Hove, there were calls for more incubation space. Noel Preston, managing partner of Preston Insurance Brokers, said: “My brother lets business premises. The office space he can’t fill - but for the light industrial space he’s got a waiting list.” He said that the waiting list was for premises in Moulsecoomb.
Rebecca Duffy, employer engagement officer at Brighton University, urged businesses to offer work-placements and jobs to students – a call echoed later by a local university student. Linda Buckham, director of the Careers and Employability Centre at Sussex University, added: “Let’s be careful not to look just at the skills that we’ve currently got. Let’s look at the skills, we’ll need for the future.” She touched on the work of Start-up Sussex and the Sussex Innovation Centre and said: “There are big plans to create more incubation space in Brighton.” Cllr Kitcat said: “We have the second-highest number of start ups outside London so we’re not doing too badly. But that’s not to say we can’t do better.”
Kerry Kyriacou, a business development adviser, added: “We also have a high failure rate.” Ray Edwards, from TEC Collective, said that he knew people who were keen to do business in Brighton: “There are lots of partnerships. But who do you talk to and how do you get hold of them? It’s the same with the universities.” Ms Chanteray responded: “You are in exactly the right place tonight to meet those people.” Frank le Duc is founder and editor of Brighton and Hove News, the leading daily online news service for Brighton and Hove. Visit: www.brightonandhovenews.org.
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Test your knowledge: Brighto As reported in Brighton & Hove Independent last week, a blue plaque has been unveiled at a house in Brighton where John Constable is believed to have lived and worked. Here, Jez Nicholson, Brighton-based cofounder of the Open Plaques website (www. openplaques.org) - and head of technology at Argyll Environmental - explains his ambition to be the global resource for commemorative plaques. Open Plaques is a web site that aims to catalogue and curate all of the commemorative wall plaques throughout the world - a sort of ‘Wikipedia for plaques’. Begun as a prototype idea at a hackday in 2009, the open-source service has since been backed by the Royal Society of Arts; it continues to develop to this day. Open Plaques allows direct public contributions and lists nearly 10,000 plaques globally, with photos pulled in via Flickr, Wikimedia Commons, and Geograph. Entries initially focused on the United Kingdom, but they are now being receiving from many countries overseas.. While the subject at first appears mundane, it soon becomes an obsession, with some “plaquehunters” finding and photographing hundreds of them. The data is available for re-use under a public domain licence, meaning that other people can use it to develop their own apps. So far it has been used to launch the career of an iPhone developer; in a book on artificial intelligence; and on a major website called Findery (www.findery.com). Negotiations are ongoing with a global web company to feature the data in a new tourism application. The project is far from finished - a great example of the “just do it” ethos of Brighton and Hove. The online collection of Brighton and Hove plaques - 89 in Brighton; 35 in Hove - is thought ot be exhaustive. But if you spot one that is missing, just add them on www.openplaques.org, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org Photographs by J’Roo (Jez Nicholson), Flickr; Dominic Alves, Flickr; Simon Harriott, Flickr. For more information, visit www.openplaques. org.Twitter: @openplaques
King William IV (1765-1837) and Queen Adelaide (1792-1849) stayed here in 1829.
David Mocatta (1806-1882) remodelled this building as the city’s first purpose built Synagogue in 1838.
Sir Winston Churchill (1874-1965) was educated here at this Preparatory School 18831885.
Max Miller (1894-1963), “The Cheeky Chappie’ comedian and film star lived here 1936-1946.
Vesta Tilley/Lady de Frece (18641952), music hall artiste, lived here.
Thomas Cubitt (1788-1855), builder of 37 houses in Kemptown, occupied this house 18461855.
Antony Dale (1912-1993), an author, historian and conservationist, lived here 19141962.
Near here stood St Bartholomew’s Grange, founded as St Pancras Prioriy, Lewes, in the 13th century and burned down in 1514.
Margaret Ramsay (1908-19910, playwrights’ agent, lived here.
Dame Anita Roddick (1942-2007), entrepeneur, retailer and activist. The first Body Shop opened here in 1976.
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Lord Alfred “Bosie” Douglas (1870-1945), poet and writer, lived here 19351944.
Charles Dickens (1812-1870) was a frequent visitor to the Bedford Hotel, which stood on this site until 1964.
Match the plaques to the address* A: 12 First Avenue, Hove BN3 2FE B: Grosvenor Street, Tyson Place, Brighton BN2 0JQ C: 20 The Drive BN3 3JD D: 5 Chichester Terrace, Brighton BN2 1FG
E: 79 Marine Parade (Bedford House), Brighton BN2 1AJ
On this site stood the first school in Sussex for the education of deaf and dumb children 18481941.
Sir Terence Rattigan (1911-1977), playwright and co-author of the screenplay of Brighton Rock, lived here.
F (and P): St Aubyns Mansions, Hove BN3 2WQ G: 13 Lewes Crescent, Kemptown, Brighton BN2 1FH H: 46 Sussex Square, Kemptown, Brighton BN2 1GE I: 8 Clarendon Villas, Hove BN3 3RB J: Royal York Buildings, Old Steine, Brighton BN1 1NH
Dame Ivy ComptonBurnett (18841969), novelist, lived here 18971915.
K: St Ann’s Court, Nizells Avenue, Hove BN3 1PR
Richard Addinsell (1904-1977), composer, lived here 1960-1977.
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Dame Clara Butt (18481936), recitalist and concert singer, lived here.
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Sea Life acts to halt cyanide cruelty Susanna Reid
AQUARISTS at Brighton Sea Life centre have begun testing newly-delivered fish for signs of cyanide poisoning. Although illegal in most countries, the use of cyanide to catch live fish - for both the ornamental and for food markets - is still widespread in parts of east Asia. For the first time, however, a test developed by a Portuguese University research team has made it possible to discover if a fish has been exposed to cyanide, without having to kill and dissect it. The Sea Life centre and sister attractions around the world have teamed up with the Portuguese scientists to begin the testing in an effort bid to stanch such a cruel and destructive trade. Carey Duckhouse, curator at Brighton Sea Life centre, said: “Cyanide is toxic and its use has wiped out tropical fish and coral reefs from the mid-Pacific right across to east Africa. “Fishermen use the poison to stun fish so they are easy to catch - making quicker, bigger and more lucrative catches. Unfortunately, the nearby corals cannot survive the toxin and most of the fish caught will often be dead by the time they reach port.” The test - developed by Dr Ricardo Calado, of the University of Aveiro - involves transferring a fish into artificial seawater,
leaving it long enough to pass waste, and then sampling the water for a specific byproduct of cyanide. “No one we work with supports this evil practice and wants to stamp it out. But without having a representative on every single tiny fishing boat it has been impossible until now to be sure that cyanide has not been involved,” Ms Duckhouse said. “For the end-purchaser, a cyanide-caught fish can appear perfectly healthy, and then die mysteriously days or weeks later.” In the first six months, any samples that prove positive for cyanide will be reported to suppliers in confidence, to give them the opportunity to take action to ensure there is no repetition. “If we get further cases from the same supplier and we’re not satisfied enough is being done to identify and sanction the culprits, we will simply stop working with them,” Ms Duckhouse said. Samples currently have to be sent to Portugal for testing, but Dr Calado’s team is working on a simple ‘field-test’ which will enable checks to be made in any location. The test still needs fine-tuning to be certain it is effective for all species, but the samples from Sea Life will help Dr Calado’s team apply any necessary refinements as they are processed. Biologist Chris Brown, based at Sea Life’s main collection and breeding centre in Dorset, was shocked by the extent of the
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‘Bageye’ memoir makes short list
A BOOK by Colin Grant, a Brighton-based author, historian and BBC radio producer has been shortlisted for this year’s PEN/Ackerley Prize for Memoir. Grant’s story – Bageye at the Wheel – is told through the eyes of his 10-year-old self and is about him growing up in a West Indian home in 1970s Britain. A wry, humorous tale, it is set over the period of an eventful year and touchingly explores his relationship with his father, the eponymous “Bageye” - named after the pronounced “bags” under his eyes. “Bageye” came to Britain in the 1950s, a few years after the Empire Windrush arrived at Tilbury bringing the first significant group of West Indian immigrants in the UK. Meanwhile, Grant had to act as a go-between a father reluctant to engage with his host country and, as a young, black British boy, negotiate not only two cultures, but also a very adult world full of shady deals and all-night poker games. Other book on the PEN/Ackerley Prize short list are: The Wolf Pit, by Will Cohu; Aftermath, by Rachel Cusk; and Leaving Alexandria, by Richard Holloway. The winner will be announced on Wednesday (July 17).
MP highlights absurdities of outdated Commons Greg Hadfield SOME OF THE ABSURDITIES of the House of Commons were highlighted by Caroline Lucas, MP for Brighton Pavilion, at the launch of People Power: A User's Guide to Democracy, by Brighton-based journalist Dan Jellinek. Speaking at the book launch at Jubilee Library on Saturday, Ms Lucas focused on the old-fashioned and outdated way that Parliament works. "Almost as soon as I got there I was given a pink ribbon 'to hold my sword'. But it took weeks and weeks to get an office." In a five-year parliament, each MP spent an estimated 250 hours simply waiting to vote; six votes in the Commons took 90 minutes, while the same number in other countries using electronic voting took 90 seconds. Many MPs struggled even to know what they were voting on, said the Green Party MP, who is arguing for "explanatory statements" to be produced in plain language in advance of every vote. Ms Lucas also highlighted the need for MPs to be elected who better reflect the diversity of the population, with more female politicians, more from a variety of ethnic backgrounds, and more people with disabilities: "We need a parliament that looks much more like the people it represents." The 328-page book (Bantam Press, £14.99) is a lay-person's guide to every
aspect of our democracy, how we can make our voices heard, and how we can try to change things for the better. Welcoming the new book, she said: "The more we know how to change things, the more we know to make things better. And this book is an important tool in the toolbox." Co-host at the event was Anthony Zacharzewski, another Brighton resident and chief executive of The Democratic Society, a non-partisan membership organisation for democracy, participation and new ways of doing government.
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City seeks to control office-to-home conversions Susanna Reid Brighton and Hove City Council is the first in the country to try to sidestep legislation that has temporarily removed the need for planning permission to change offices into homes. Councillors and businesses are concerned that the legislation, introduced by the government in May, could stifle economic growth in the city. Brighton and Hove was one of about 160 councils to apply for an exemption from the new planning rules. But it failed to be named among 17 that were successful. Organisations such as the Brighton and Hove Economic Partnership, Coast to Capital Local Enterprise Partnership, and Wired Sussex had all supported the city council’s application for an exemption. Now, however, a number of local authorities are looking at the possibility of extending the use of "Article 4 directions" - special planning regulations - to ensure permission is still required before offices are converted for residential use. Brighton and Hove City Council is taking the lead by being the first actively to consider using the directions for such a purpose. Some property experts are opposed to the move, arguing the city has vacant office
space at the same time as it needs more homes. If agreed, an "Article 4 direction" would apply to central Brighton, New England Quarter and London Road area, as well as two office sites in the Edward Street area and City Park, Hove. The direction, which would remove the temporary permitted development rights, would come into force after 12 months, to allow for extensive consultation. Jason Kitcat, the city council leader, said central Brighton accounted for nearly one third (32%) of the city’s stock of office space and warned the economic impact of losing even 10% of it could be equal to the loss or displacement of up to 700 office-based jobs. Cllr Kitcat said: “The city centre, New England Quarter and London Road are very well located for business as they offer affordable workspace for new companies. Many creative, digital and information technology businesses are in these areas and the sector is growing at twice the national average.” The government’s "permitted development" rights introduced in May apply to all buildings in use - or last in use as "B1(a)" offices, a category of commerical office space. The government’s new rules apply until 2016 when they will be reviewed.
Kids Summer Fitness Challenge Returns to Brighton & Hove for a Second Year CHILDREN in Brighton & Hove can stay active this summer as Freedom Leisure’s Junior Summer Fitness Challenge returns for a second year. The hugely successful scheme, which saw over 2000 children across Sussex take part in 2012, aims to motivate youngsters to increase their levels of physical activity during the school summer holidays. This year’s challenge runs from 22nd July to 8th September 2013 and is completely free to all participants between the ages of 4 – 14. Each child participating in the challenge receives a free fitness diary on which they record all their activities and, for every ten they complete, Freedom Leisure gives them a reward. The aim is to complete 30 physical activities throughout the course of the summer holidays collecting rewards as they go and being presented with a certificate at the end. Rewards on offer include fun fitness toys such as frisbees, tennis balls and yoyos as well as vouchers for activities like family swimming or tennis at one of the centres Freedom Leisure operates across Brighton & Hove. The challenge aims to promote a healthier lifestyle for young people. It also supports parents by making exercise fun at a time when all school and extracurricular sports classes are on hold for the holidays. Children are encouraged to try as wide a variety of activities as possible. All activity counts, from a family
cycle ride or football in the park to swimming or walking the dog. As a helping hand and thanks to funding from Brighton & Hove City Council, Freedom Leisure are still offering free swimming to children 11 years and under seven days a week. Children 12-16 years can also swim for free after 2pm at the weekend. Freedom Leisure Managing Director Jeff Hart is giving the scheme his full support, “With child obesity a growing national concern we hope the Junior Summer Fitness Challenge will encourage more children in Brighton & Hove to build activity into their lives. Exercise should be fun, rewarding and a great way to stay healthy; this scheme is an excellent way of combining all three!” Participants can register for the Junior Summer Fitness Challenge now and collect their fitness diaries from The King Alfred Leisure Centre, Moulsecoomb Community Leisure Centre, The Prince Regent Swimming Complex, Stanley Deason Leisure Centre, Withdean Sports Complex or St Lukes Pool. Alternatively they can register online and download their fitness diary at www.freedomleisure.co.uk. Freedom Leisure anticipates that 5,000 children across Sussex will sign up for the 2013 challenge and have a really active summer.
Two office sites may be covered in the Edward Street Quarter, where American Express has its new building.
Last year, an independent employment land study, which looked at employment space in the city, revealed a shortage of available office space in the central Brighton area – a need that is reflected in the recent City Plan. It is argued that this need cannot be met only through new development;
it also requires renewal and upgrading of existing office space. A continuing shortage of high-quality office space is blamed for increases in office rents, making many office buildings too expensive for the city’s small and growing businesses.
Drink more water urges kidney stone surgeon THE HEAT wave that we are currently enjoying comes with a health warning to keep hydrated from Andy Symes, a consultant urologist at the Montefiore Hospital. Mr Symes, the local expert on kidney stones, said: “In hot weather it is important to drink plenty of fluids to avoid becoming dehydrated. Dehydration exacerbates conditions like kidney stones which can form quickly when your urine is concentrated.” Kidney stones are formed from crystalline deposits of substances that the kidneys normally filter out of the blood, particularly when the urine is concentrated. They are a common condition, and are on the rise. According to the European Association of Urology, the number of cases has more than doubled in the last 30 years. The reason for this is our western diet; rich in salt, sugars and protein. In the UK it is thought that a stone will affect around one in eight men and one in 20 women at some point in their lifetime. Unfortunately once you have had a kidney stone, you have a 50% chance of
another in 10 years*. “To lower your risk of developing a kidney stone you should drink enough to keep your urine very pale – if it is dark yellow or brown, then you are dehydrated. Aim to drink between two and three litres a day. Drinking plain water is by far the best way to keep hydrated but citrus fruit drinks, such as lemonade, are also good,” advised Mr Symes. The Montefiore Hospital in Hove offers treatment for most urological conditions, including kidney stones. For further information, please call 01273 828120 or visit www.themontefiorehospital.co.uk *Sources: NHS.co.uk; Patient.co.uk
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Businesses that are fit for the 21st century Pete Burden Pete Burden, a Brighton-based businessman with more than 30 years experience, explains the big ideas behind Conscious Business – ideas which, he believes, are as big as the internet. Change is inevitable? Everyone seems to be saying so. We're all sick to the back teeth of fat-cat stories, of business scandals, and of an economy in crisis. But what, really, is the alternative? I and my two colleagues - Lasy Lawless and Jamie Pyper - would like to propose one. Some 18 months ago, we started monthly Conscious Business meet-ups in Brighton. Open to anyone with an interest in business, they have now expanded to London and Bristol – with another in the City of London coming soon.
The three of us also run our own Brightonbased business – Conscious Business People – which delivers business consultancy with a real “conscious” bent. So, what’s it all about? And why do I believe it is ‘as big as the internet’? A couple of decades ago, the internet was a minority thing. Most people thought earlyadopters were crazy; it would never take off, they said. As we’ve seen, of course, they were wrong. Conscious Business – a kind of business that involves higher awareness, an emphasis on real respect and empathy for other people and the planet, and on acting authentically and transparently – looks likely to follow a similar trajectory. After all, the time is right. Conscious Business – and the closelyrelated concept of Conscious Capitalism – are part of a much wider trend for business to reinvent itself for the 21st century. In response, in part, to the financial crash of 2008. Unlike even the most recent forms of corporate social responsibility – which many now write off as corporate do-gooding or, worse, “green-wash" – Conscious Business tries to build in people who are more than just thinking, consuming machines. We have feelings, and we want meaningful lives. Life is
not just about getting material needs met. Conscious Business also espouses a more balanced view of whose needs count. Traditionally, business is run on the principle that everything is done to meet shareholder needs. For big business, that means pleasing the stock market above all else. Everybody else – from employees to customers – comes a very poor second. In a Conscious Business, shareholders are important. But so too are customers, suppliers, employees. Even the environment, of course, now needs proper attention – on the basis that, if we ignore it, we mess it up for our children and our children’s children. So, what does this mean in the real world? It means no more horsemeat burgers. It means suppliers always being paid on time. It means fairer pay for employees, and far less disparity between those at the top and those at the bottom. It means, maybe, employee ownership. And for future generations? It means
products and services that protect and enhance the environment, rather than destroying it. For many businesses – including local proponents such as NixonMcInnes, Propellernet, Mooncup, Anderson Acoustic, and others – it means more engaged employees and a real edge in a crowded market. This is good for those businesses, helping them grow and make their mark in London and beyond. It is also good for Brighton – helping show, as we always have, that we’re a city able to lead the way. That we’re tolerant, caring and, above all, conscious. The next Conscious Business meet-up in Brighton starts at 5.30pm on Monday, July 15 at The Mesmerist, 1-3 Prince Albert Street, Brighton BN1 1HE. For more information about Conscious Business, visit: www.conscious-business.co.uk
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Running time: 119 mins Director: Shawn Levy Starring: Vince Vaughn, Owen Wilson, Rose Byrne, Aasif Mandvi, Max Minghella, Josh Brener, Dylan O’Brien, Tiya Sircar, Tobit Raphael, Josh Gad, John Goodman, Will Ferrell Enjoyable, frequently funny comedy enlivened by winning comic performances from Vaughn and Wilson and a strong support cast, though it slightly outstays its welcome at two hours long and the weapons-grade product placement is so strong that it’ll make you want to go home and Google things. What’s it all about? Directed by Shawn Levy and co-written by Vince Vaughn and Jared Stern, The Internship starsVaughn and Owen Wilson as Billy and Nick, two old-school watch salesmen who lose their jobs when their company closes. Whilst googling ‘Jobs for people with no skills’, Billy discovers the Google summer internship programme and after inexplicably passing the via-webcam interview, the pair find themselves at Google HQ in Palo Alto, competing against dozens of teenage tech-savvy geniuses. Love Brighton-0507:Layout 1
dialogue and there are several great gags, particularly Nick attempting to woo Byrne by deliberately behaving like a jerk. There’s also an inherent sweetness to the main characters (any snarkiness is left to other characters), which is both refreshing and endearing, while the film also makes an amusing nod to the whole bromance thing by including a scene where it looks as if they’re in bed together.
Fortunately, the pair are placed in a team headed by nerdy leader Lyle (Josh Bremer) alongside brainy outsiders Stuart (Dylan O’Brien), Neha (Tiya Sircar) and Yo-Yo (Tobit Raphael), which is just as well, because smarmy fellow intern Graham (Max Minghella) is determined to take them down. Meanwhile, Nick falls for gorgeous Google exec Dana (Rose Byrne) and Billy tries to stay on the good side of Mr Chetty (Aasif Mandvi), the no-nonsense head of the programme (‘More studying, less pudding’). The Good Vaughn and Wilson return to top Wedding
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What’s on in Brighton and Hove! Here’s a round up of all the up and coming events in and around the city, meaning you’ll never miss a thing!
Friday 12th July • Krater Comedy Club - Eat, drink, watch and laugh as 3 top stand-ups and one of the best MCs on the comedy circuit entertain you. See www.komedia. co.uk/krater for opening times, £6 - £31 – Komedia • The Dreamboys Fit & Famous Tour - If you’re looking for the very best girls’ night out in the UK, then look no further than these incredible stripping hunks. 7:45pm, £23.50 – Theatre Royal • Printing Without a Press with Gary Goodman - Over 2 sessions you will be utilising a variety of simple printing techniques to each create a unique and individual concertina book of prints, 10:30am 1.30pm, £50 – Bip-Art • Lunchtime Classical Concert - The Lloyd Saxophone Quartet, from Baroque to Boogie, 12:30pm-1:15pm, £3 – Brighton Unitarian Church • Chilled to the Bone Gallery Tour - A tour of the display Chilled to the Bone: Ice Age Sussex with curators Lee Ismail and Andy Maxted, 1pm, Free Entry – Brighton Museum & Art Gallery • Bliss Arts Indian Summer Gig - Let the dreamy sounds of BLISS ART take you on a journey where you’ll feel like it’s an Indian Summer . 7.30pm, £8 – Latest Music Bar • Chester P (Taskforce) + Trojan + Aba Shanti + Marvellous Cain – Plus more TBA, 11pm-4am, £2/£5 – Concorde 2 • Series Vocale - Our summer series of vocal recitals given by talented singers from London & the South East, 7:30pm, £7/£6 – St Michael & All Angels Church • Le Juki ‘Capillaries’ Album Launch - Support from Linos Wengara & Gary Cove, videography from Metaluna, 7:30pm, £5 – Brighton Unitarian Church • Missing Cat Club - MCC introduces The Echelon Couch. Mixing music with genuine concern. Reward winning resident DJs with Charleston Bone, Retro Nelson. 11pm-3am £3 adv £3 before midnight, £5 after - Komedia Saturday 13th July • Familiar Faces, Hidden Places - Starting with an introduction in the Royal Pavilion take a fascinating tour of the Pavilion estate, including the Regency gardens, Brighton Museum & a behind the scenes tour of Brighton Dome & Corn Exchange. 10.30am– 1.30pm, £20/£15 – Royal Pavilion • Ingram Family Fun Day - Featuring a guest appearance by Billy the Owl of Harry Potter fame. Ingram Crescent East • Free Oneness Meditation event - You are cordially invited to the second Brighton Oneness Meditation to receive a powerful transmission of Divine Energy through a Oneness Meditator and enter a deep state of communion.2.30pm, Free Entry - Friends Meeting House • Kite Festival - Brighton Kite Festival is a free public event not to be missed and brings some interesting shapes, sizes and colour to Stanmer Park that would not normally be seen there. Until Sunday. Stanmer Park • Dome Discovery Tours - Get up close and personal with Brighton Dome past and present on this special behind-the-scenes encounter, 10.50am, £8.50 (£7.50 concessions) – Brighton Dome – Meet in the Café
Bar • PatchFest Community Festival 2013 - PatchFest is an annual volunteer-run, free, community event put on for the benefit of residents in the Lewes Road/ Elm Grove area of Brighton, 1pm, Free Entry – William Clarke Park • Amanda Palmer & The Grand Theft Orchestra The former composer, lyricist and lead singer of duo The Dresden Dolls, Amanda Palmer is also a highly successful solo artist on her own right, 6pm, £17.50 – Concorde 2 • Haunted House Experience - Join the Preston Manor ghost team on an evening of discovery and find out why the Manor has been called the most haunted house in Brighton, 7.30pm–12 midnight £30, members £25 (includes tea & biscuits), book in advance – Preston Manor • ‘Two Sisters’ by Caroline Harding - Set in 1880s Russia, this compelling tale has all the gripping elements to make you laugh, cry and tug your heart strings. 7.30pm, £8/£6.50 Concessions Marlborough Little Theatre • PopKraft - Boogaloo Stu & his coterie of crazy fools invite you to the pop kraft Saturday special at the most beautiful venue in the south-east! 7pm, £44 per Person – Proud Cabaret Brighton • Olly Murs Tribute - With free entry, Only Olly is the definitive tribute to Olly Murs, performing all his greatest hits on stage. 10pm - Grosvenor G Casino Sunday 14th July • Brighton Sand Sculpture Festival - From April 8th 2013, a new Sand Sculpture Festival will be held at Black Rock Brighton.Visitors can experience the wonder of this magical art and will also have the chance to get involved, £6 adults, £5 conc. £4 children, £15 family tickets – Black Rock • 2020 Vision Exhibition on Brighton Seafront 2020 Vision is a nationwide nature photography project aiming to make the case for reconnecting fragmented habitats and show that healthy habits are essential for wildlife and people. Until 29th Jul • Opera by the Sea - English Studio Opera perform popular arias and duos from well-known operas including Carmen, La Boheme, Marriage of Figaro and Tosca. 2.30pm, Free Admission – Rottingdean Terraces Stage • The Jam Brighton Show - A great day for new young Brighton bands. Some of them first timers and some already established, 2:30pm, £3 – Latest Music Bar • Post Roast Comedy Previews - Jam Comedy + Mark Dolan, 2 Edinburgh Comedy Festival previews, 4pm, £6 – The Old Market • The Hare & the Tortoise - It’s the race of the decade: slow, steady tortoise versus speedy, greedy hare, 4:30pm, £8/£6. £25 family ticket – Brighton Dome • Gráinne Maguire: One Hour All Night Election Special - Join me as I condense all the fun of staying up late to watch democracy in process. There will be swing-o-meters, 8pm, £5 – Komedia Monday 15th July • Into the Blue - An exploration of the colour blue,
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using objects drawn from Royal Pavilion and Museum collections. Aimed at 5-11 yrs, exploratory and discovery- led – Until Jan ’14 Hove Museum • Carly Smallman - A warm and irrepressibly hilarious stand up show (with songs). 7pm, £5 – Komedia • Pelican - Pelican is a post-metal quartet from Chicago, Illinois. Established in 2000, the band stems from their native post-metal scene and is known for their atmospheric and entirely instrumental style, 7:30pm, £12.50 – The Haunt Tuesday 16th July • Paddy Lennox - Paddy takes us on an hour of mischievous storytelling, 7pm, £5 – Komedia • Rocks & Sands - Early Years sessions include art activities, a museum expedition, a story and handling some museum objects. These sessions are for 2-5 year olds only. 10.30am-12pm. Tickets are £4.50, members £3.50, book in advance. • Friends & No Ceremony - Driven by percussive grooves and flirtatious vocals, Brooklyn’s Friends find a modern middle ground between post-disco and ‘60s girl group sounds, 7pm, £8 – Coalition • Henry Parker: Classic Parker – As seen on Russell Howard’s Good News. “Has the audience rolling in the aisles.” **** FEST, 7pm, £5 – Komedia • Local Natives - Having already gained a huge global following this is a band not to be missed! 7:30pm, £18 – Concorde 2 • Mal Webb – He’s a vocal adventurer, songwriter
and multi-instrumentalist from Melbourne, Australia. He performs solo and with several bands and gives workshops. 8pm, £7 – Latest Music Bar • Romesh Ranganathan: Rom Com - Romesh presents an acerbic hour of razor sharp comedy, 8:30pm, £5 – Komedia Wednesday 17th July • Henry VI - Shakespeare’s Globe returns to Theatre Royal Brighton presenting three plays of HENRY VI under their original titles, Check website for performance times, £16.90 - £32.90 – Theatre Royal • New Orleans Folk/Blues Singer Songwriter-Andrew Duhon – Andrew Duhon is from New Orleans, a city that accepts all walks of life with a curiosity and forgiveness that has found its way into his wholly American songwriting, 8pm, £6/£5 – Latest Music Bar This Week at the Funky Fish Club • Friday 12th July Thank Funk it’s Friday DJ Antony plays Funk-Disco- Dance progressing to House Anthems. Free Entry 10.30pm till late • Saturday 13th July Old School Saturdays DJ Sean Quinn play the hottest hits from the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s. Entry £5.00 10pm till late
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and the Flowertots. (R) 6.25 Bubble 6.00 Milkshake!: Peppa Pig.Show. 6.05 Guppies. 6.35 The Mr Men Roary theChloe’s Racing Closet. Car. (R)7.00 6.15 Fifi (R) 6.50 and the Flowertots. (R) 6.25 Milkshake! Monkey. (R) 7.05Bubble Guppies. The Mr Men Roobarb6.35 and Custard Too. Show. (R) 7.10 (R) 6.50 Chloe’s Closet. Bananas in Pyjamas. (R)7.00 7.25 Milkshake! Monkey. (R) 7.05 Noddy in Toyland. (R) 7.40 City of Roobarb Custard 7.10 Friends. and (R) 7.50 BertToo. and(R) Ernie’s Bananas in Pyjamas. 7.25 Great Adventures. (R)(R) 7.55 Little Noddy in Toyland. City of Princess. (R) 8.10(R) The7.40 Adventures Friends. BertHis andBest Ernie’s of Bottle(R) Top7.50 Bill and Great (R) 7.55 FriendAdventures. Corky. (R) 8.20 Mio Little Mao. Princess. (R) 8.10 The Adventures (R) 8.25 Angelina Ballerina. (R) of8.45 Bottle Top Bill and His Best Rupert Bear. (R) 9.00 Ben and Friend Corky. (R) 8.20 Mio Mao. Holly’s Little Kingdom. (R) 9.15 (R) 8.25Travelling AngelinaCircus. Ballerina. Toby’s (R)(R) 9.30 8.45 Rupert Bear. (R) Ben and Roary the Racing Car.9.00 (R) 9.45 Holly’s Little Kingdom. (R) 9.15 Jelly Jamm. 10.00 The Mr Men Toby’s 9.30 Show.Travelling (R) 10.15Circus. Power (R) Rangers Roary the Racing Car.Inside (R) 9.45 Samurai. (R) 10.50 Jelly Jamm. 10.00 The Big Mr Brother. Men Hollywood. (R) 10.55 Show. (R) 10.15 Power Rangers (R) 11.50 BB BOTS: Rylan’s Samurai. (R)Celebrity 10.50 Inside Supersized Sunday. 12.55 Hollywood. 10.55 BigBang. Brother. Film: Chitty(R) Chitty Bang (R) 11.50 BB BOTS: Rylan’s (1968) 3.45 Film: An American Supersized Sunday. 12.55 Tail. (1986)Celebrity 5.15 Film: Charlie’s Film: Chitty Chitty Bangadventure, Bang. Angels. (2000) Action (1968) Film: An American starring3.45 Drew Barrymore. Tail. (1986) 5.15 Film: Charlie’s 7.00 Cricket: The Ashes. England Angels. (2000) Action adventure, Australia. starringv Drew Barrymore. 8.00 Cricket: Once Upon Time. England Emma, 7.00 The aAshes. Gold and Henry find vMr Australia. Baelfire in Manhattan. 8.00 Once Upon a Time. Emma, 8.55 Mr 5 News Weekend. Gold and Henry find 9.00 Baelfire Big Brother. Daily round-up in Manhattan. highlights. 8.55 5ofNews Weekend. 10.00Big Film: Bangkok Dangerous. 9.00 Brother. Daily round-up Action thriller of(2008) highlights. remake, with Nicolas Cage. 10.00 Film: Bangkok Dangerous. 12.05(2008) Film: Today Die. (2005) ActionYou thriller Actionremake, thriller, with starring Steven Nicolas Cage. Seagal. 1.45 SuperCasino. 3.55 12.05 Film: Today You Die. Nick’s Quest. (R) 4.20 Make(2005) It Big. Action thriller, Steven (R) 4.50 Roarystarring the Racing Car. (R) Seagal. 1.45 SuperCasino. 3.55 5.00 Angels of Jarm. (R) 5.05 Nick’s (R) (R) 4.205.15 Make It Big.of Hana’sQuest. Helpline. Angels (R) 4.50 (R) Jarm. (R)Roary 5.25 the TheRacing Funky Car. Valley 5.00 Angels of Jarm. Show. (R) 5.35 Roary(R) the5.05 Racing Hana’s (R) 5.15 Angels Car. (R)Helpline. 5.50 Hana’s Helpline. (R)of Jarm. (R) 5.25 The Funky Valley Show. (R) 5.35 Roary the Racing Car. (R) 5.50 Hana’s Helpline. (R)
9.30Three The Killers @ T. Tonight’s BBC headline performance by the Las 7.00 UEFA Women’s 2013 Vegas-based rockers.Euro 11.00 David 9.30 Theand Killers @ T. @ Tonight’s Guetta Labrinth T headline performance by the Las BBC Four rockers. 11.00 David Vegas-based 7.00 Frost on Interviews Guetta and Labrinth @ T 8.00 The Review BBC FourShow 9.00 London: A Tale of Two Cities with Dan Cruickshank 7.00 Frost on Prix: Interviews 8.00Years The 10.00 Grand The Killer Review Show Albums 9.00 London: 11.00 When Ruled AtheTale ofWorld Two Cities with Dan Cruickshank 10.00 Grand Prix: The Killer Years ITV2 When Albums Ruled the 11.00 2.10 Film: Happy Feet (2006) 4.10 World Film: Star Wars: Episode V – The ITV2 Empire Strikes Back (1980) 6.45 2.10 Happy Feet (2006) 4.10 Film:Film: The Mummy: Tomb of the Film: StarEmperor Wars: Episode V – The Dragon (2008) 9.00 Film: Empire Strikes Back (1980) 6.45 Knocked Up (2007) 11.35 Totally Film: The Mummy: Tomb of the Bonkers Guinness World Records Dragon Emperor (2008) 9.00 Film: ITV3 Up (2007) 11.35 Totally Knocked 4.05 Film: Carry On Up the Jungle Bonkers Guinness World Records (1970) 5.55 Wycliffe 7.00 Agatha ITV3 Christie’s Poirot 9.00 Film: The 4.05 Film: Up the11.55 Jungle Portrait of Carry a LadyOn (1996) Blue (1970) Murder5.55 Wycliffe 7.00 Agatha Christie’s Poirot 9.00 Film: The ITV4 of a Lady (1996) 11.55 Blue Portrait 1.30 Tour de France 2013 Live. Murder Stage 15 from Givors to Mont ITV4 Ventoux. 4.30 Police, Camera, 1.30 Tour5.00 de France Live.Police Action! World’s2013 Wildest Stage fromBRDC GivorsFormula to Mont4 Videos156.00 Ventoux. 4.30 Police, Camera, Championship Highlights 7.00 Tour Action! 5.00 World’s Wildest8.00 Police de France 2013 Highlights Videos 6.00 BRDC Formula Minder 9.00 Film: Universal4 Soldier: Championship Highlights 7.00 Tour Regeneration (2009) 11.00 Film: de France The Killer 2013 InsideHighlights Me (2010)8.00 Minder 9.00 Film: Universal Soldier: E4 Regeneration (2009) 11.00 Film: 4.30Killer 90210 5.25Me The Mindy Project The Inside (2010) 6.00 The Big Bang Theory 7.30 New E4 Girl 8.00 Film: Just My Luck (2006) 4.30 90210 5.25 The Mindy Project 10.00 The Inbetweeners 11.05 6.00 The Big– Bang Theory 7.30 New Skins: Fire Part Two Girl 8.00 Film: Just My Luck (2006) Film4The Inbetweeners 11.05 10.00 2.55 Horton Hears a Who! (2008) Skins: Fire – Part Two 4.35 Oliver Twist (2005) 7.10 Post Film4 Grad (2009) 9.00 Season of the 2.55 WitchHorton (2011)Hears 10.50a Who! Harsh(2008) Times 4.35 Oliver Twist (2005) 7.10 Post (2005) Grad (2009) 9.00 Season of the Witch (2011) 10.50 Harsh Times (2005)
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6.00 Breakfast. 9.15 Heir Hunters. (R) 6.00 Breakfast. 9.15 Heir Hunters. (R) 6.00 Breakfast. 9.15 Heir Hunters. (R) 6.00 Breakfast. 9.15 Heir Hunters. (R) 6.00 Breakfast. 9.15 Heir Hunters. (R) BBC1 10.00 BBC1 10.00 Homes Under the Hammer. (R) BBC1 10.00 Homes Under the Hammer. (R) Homes Under the Hammer. (R) BBC1 10.00 Homes Under the Hammer. (R) BBC1 10.00 Homes Under the Hammer. (R)
11.00 The Specials. 11.30 Escape to the Country. (R) 12.15 Bargain Hunt. 1.00 BBC News; Weather. 1.30 Regional News; Weather. 1.45 Land Girls. (R) 2.30 Only Fools and Horses. (R) 3.30 Perfection. (R) 4.15 Flog It! (R) 5.15 Pointless. (R) 6.00 BBC News; Weather. 6.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. 7.00 Eat Well for Less? A tale of two fish-and-chip dinners; BBC News; Regional News. 8.00 EastEnders. Ian is forced to choose between the business and his family. 8.30 Fake Britain. Matt Allwright investigates imitation car airbags that can kill. 9.00 Broken by Battle. Suicide and post-traumatic stress disorder among British troops. 10.00 BBC News. 10.25 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 My £9.50 Holiday. 11.15 Nick and Margaret: We All Pay Your Benefits. (R) 12.15 Weatherview. 12.20 BBC News.
11.00 The Specials. 11.30 Escape to the Country. (R) 12.15 Bargain Hunt. (R) 1.00 BBC News; Weather. 1.30 Regional News; Weather. 1.45 Land Girls. (R) 2.30 Only Fools and Horses. (R) 3.30 Perfection. (R) 4.15 Flog It! (R) 5.15 Pointless. (R) 6.00 BBC News; Weather. 6.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. 7.00 The One Show: Best of Britain. 7.30 EastEnders; BBC News; Regional News. 8.00 Holby City. Arthur struggles when he is put in charge of Keller for the day. 9.00 Luther. The cop searches for a vigilante killer. 10.00 BBC News. 10.25 Regional News; Weather; National Lottery Update. 10.35 Imagine – Zaha Hadid: Who Dares Wins. Alan Yentob meets the award-winning female architect. 11.35 Film: Dirty Pretty Things. (2002) Drama, starring Audrey Tautou and Chiwetel Ejiofor. 1.05 Weatherview. 1.10 BBC News.
11.00 The Specials. 11.30 Escape to the Country. (R) 12.15 Bargain Hunt. 1.00 BBC News; Weather. 1.30 Regional News; Weather. 1.45 Land Girls. (R) 2.30 Only Fools and Horses. (R) 3.30 Perfection. (R) 4.15 Flog It! (R) 5.15 Pointless. (R) 6.00 BBC News; Weather. 6.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. 7.00 Your Money, Their Tricks. Holiday features, including airport parking and hire-car problems; BBC News; Regional News. 8.00 The Apprentice: The Final. The remaining two launch their businesses in a task to determine the winner. Last in the series. 10.00 BBC News. 10.25 Regional News; Weather; National Lottery Update. 10.35 Wheelers, Dealers and Del Boys. One-off documentary set in a south London auction house. 11.25 Great British Budget Menu. (R) 12.25 Weatherview. 12.30 BBC News.
Specials. (R) 7.35 Bargain Hunt. (R) 8.20 Sign Zone: Don’t Get Done, Get Dom. (R) 9.05 Ice Age Giants. (R) 10.05 Rhys Jones’s Wildlife Patrol. (R) 10.35 Golf: The Story of the Open Championship 1992. 11.30 BBC World News. 12.00 Daily Politics. 1.00 Instant Restaurant. (R) 1.45 Weakest Link. (R) 2.30 Classic Mastermind. (R) 3.00 The A to Z of TV Gardening. (R) 3.45 A Taste of My Life. (R) 4.15 Frozen Planet. (R) 5.15 Vintage Antiques Roadshow. (R) 6.00 Eggheads. (R) 6.30 Britain’s Empty Homes. (R) 7.00 Indian Ocean with Simon Reeve. (R) 8.00 Raymond Blanc: How to Cook Well. 8.30 The Cruise: A Life at Sea. 9.00 The Route Masters: Running London’s Roads. 10.00 Family Tree. 10.30 Newsnight; Weather. 11.20 Hunt vs Lauda: F1’s Greatest Racing Rivals. (R) 12.20 Sign Zone: The Apprentice. (R) 1.20 This Is BBC Two. 4.00 BBC Learning Zone.
Zone: Don’t Get Done, Get Dom. (R) 9.05 Helicopter Heroes Down Under. (R) 9.35 Auction Hero. (R) 10.35 Golf: The Story of the Open Championship 1987. 11.30 Daily Politics. 1.00 Instant Restaurant. (R) 1.45 Weakest Link. (R) 2.30 Classic Mastermind. (R) 3.00 The A to Z of TV Gardening. (R) 3.45 A Taste of My Life. (R) 4.15 Frozen Planet. (R) 5.15 Vintage Antiques Roadshow. (R) 6.00 Eggheads. (R) 6.30 Britain’s Empty Homes. (R) 7.00 Indian Ocean with Simon Reeve. (R) 8.00 Restoration Home. 9.00 The Real White Queen and Her Rivals. 10.00 Maxine Peake: Performance, Protest and Peterloo. 10.30 Newsnight; Weather. 11.20 Golf: The Open Preview. 11.50 The Route Masters: Running London’s Roads. (R) 12.50 Sign Zone: Horizon: The Age of Big Data. (R) 1.50 This Is BBC Two. 4.00 BBC Learning Zone.
11.00 The Specials. 11.30 Escape to the Country. (R) 12.15 Bargain Hunt. (R) 1.00 BBC News; Weather. 1.30 Regional News; Weather. 1.45 Land Girls. (R) 2.30 Only Fools and Horses. (R) 3.30 Perfection. (R) 4.15 Flog It! (R) 5.15 Pointless. (R) 6.00 BBC News; Weather. 6.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. 7.00 The One Show: Best of Britain.The programme's most memorable stories. 7.30 EastEnders; BBC News; Regional News. 8.00 Britain’s Favourite Supermarket Foods. Part one of two. The positive health effects of everyday foods. 9.00 Nick and Margaret: We All Pay Your Benefits. Part two of two. The claimants experience working life. 10.00 BBC News. 10.25 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 Landlords. 11.35 This Week. 12.20 Holiday Weatherview. 12.25 BBC News.
11.00 The Specials. 11.30 Escape to the Country. (R) 12.15 Bargain Hunt. 1.00 BBC News; Weather. 1.30 Regional News; Weather. 1.45 Land Girls. (R) 2.30 Only Fools and Horses. (R) 3.30 Perfection. (R) 4.15 Flog It! (R) 5.15 Pointless. (R) 6.00 BBC News; Weather. 6.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. 7.00 The One Show: Best of Britain. 7.30 Nigel Slater’s Dish of the Day. The food writer turns the contents of his weekly shop into seven dishes; (R) BBC News; Regional News. 8.00 EastEnders. Alfie is reluctant to tell Kat about the engagement. 8.30 Sherlock. (R) 10.00 BBC News. 10.25 Regional News; Weather; National Lottery Update. 10.35 Would I Lie to You? (R) 11.05 Pramface. 12.05 Film: Severance. (2006) Comedy horror, starring Danny Dyer. 1.35 Weatherview. 1.40 BBC News.
This Is BBC Two. 6.05 Homes 6.00 Homes Under the Hammer. (R) 6.00 Homes Under the Hammer. (R) Homes Under the Hammer. (R) BBC2 6.00 BBC2 7.00 BBC2 6.00 Under the Hammer. (R) 7.05 The The Specials. (R) 7.30 Bargain BBC2 7.00 The Specials. (R) 7.30 Bargain 7.00 The Specials. (R) 7.30 Bargain BBC2 6.00 This Is BBC Two. 6.05 Homes Under the Hammer. (R) 7.05 The Specials. (R) 7.35 Bargain Hunt. (R) 8.20 Sign Hunt. (R) 8.15 Sign Zone: Don’t Get Done, Get Hunt. (R) 8.15 Sign Zone: Don’t Get Done, Get Hunt. (R) 8.15 Sign Zone: Don’t Get Done, Get
Dom. (R) 9.00 Town with Nicholas Crane. (R) 10.00 Rhys Jones’s Wildlife Patrol. (R) 10.30 Golf: The Story of the Open Championship 2002. 11.30 BBC World News. 12.00 Daily Politics. 1.00 Golf: Scottish Open Highlights. 3.00 Rowing World Cup. Action from the third and final regatta in Lucerne, Switzerland. 4.30 UEFA Women’s Euro 2013. 7.00 Top Gear. (R) 8.00 University Challenge. 8.30 Count Arthur Strong. 9.00 Rick Stein’s India. 10.00 What a Load of Buzzcocks. 10.30 Newsnight; Weather. 11.20 Flights and Fights: Inside the Low Cost Airlines. (R) 12.20 Sign Zone:The Apprentice: The Final Five. (R) 1.20 Luther. (R) 2.20 This Is BBC Two. 3.55 BBC Learning Zone.
6.00 Daybreak. 8.30 Lorraine. 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show. 10.30 This Morning. 12.30 Let’s Do Lunch with Gino & Mel. 1.30 ITV News; Weather. 1.55 ITV News London; Weather. 2.00 The Hungry Sailors. 3.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal. 3.59 ITV London Weather. 4.00 Tipping Point. (R) 5.00 The Chase. (R) 6.00 ITV News London; Weather. 6.30 ITV News; Weather. 7.00 Emmerdale. 7.30 Coronation Street. 8.00 The Dales. 8.30 Coronation Street. 9.00 Long Lost Family. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather. 10.30 ITV News London; Weather. 10.35 Benidorm. (R) 11.05 Monk. (R) 12.00 Jackpot247. 3.00 The Jeremy Kyle Show. (R) 3.55 ITV Nightscreen. 5.05 The Jeremy Kyle Show. (R)
6.10 The Hoobs. (R) 6.35 The Hoobs. (R) 7.05 Hugh’s 3 Good Things: Best Bites. (R) 7.15 According to Jim. (R) 7.40 Will & Grace. (R) 8.05 Will & Grace. (R) 8.30 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 9.00 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 9.35 Frasier. (R) 10.00 Frasier. (R) 10.30 Frasier. (R) 11.00 The Secret Millionaire USA. 12.00 Channel 4 News Summary. 12.05 Grand Designs Australia. 1.05 Hugh’s 3 Good Things: Best Bites. 1.10 Film: Pillow Talk. (1959) Romantic comedy, starring Rock Hudson and Doris Day. 3.10 Countdown. 4.00 Deal or No Deal. 5.00 Brendan’s Magical Mystery Tour. 5.30 Come Dine with Me. 6.00 The Simpsons. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News. 7.55 Ramadan Diaries. 8.00 South Africa’s Dirty Cops: Channel 4 Dispatches. 8.30 Food Unwrapped. 9.00 Undercover Boss. 10.00 Run. 11.00 Coming Up. 11.30 Eye Spy. (R) 12.35 First Dates. (R) 1.30 Dates. (R) 2.30 Location, Location, Location. (R) 3.25 Secret Eaters. (R) 4.20 Countdown. (R) 5.00 Kirstie’s Vintage Gems. (R) 5.15 Deal or No Deal. (R) 6.00 Milkshake! 9.15 The Channel 5 Wright Stuff. 11.10 Gibraltar:
Britain in the Sun. (R) 12.10 5 News Lunchtime. 12.15 Big Brother. (R) 1.15 Home and Away. 1.45 Neighbours. 2.20 NCIS. (R) 3.20 Film: Wild Hearts. (2006) Drama, starring Richard Thomas. 5.00 5 News at 5. 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 Home and Away. (R) 6.30 NewsTalk Live. 7.00 The Ghosts of the Mary Rose: Revealed; (R) 5 News Update. 8.00 The Gadget Show; 5 News at 9. 9.00 The Girl with 90 Per Cent Burns: Extraordinary People. A teenager who suffered devastating burns as a toddler. (R) 10.00 Big Brother. 11.00 Big Brother’s Bit on the Side. 12.00 The Walking Dead. 12.55 SuperCasino. 4.00 HouseBusters. (R) 4.25 House Doctor. (R) 5.10 Michaela’s Wild Challenge. (R)
6.00 Daybreak. 8.30 Lorraine. 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show. 10.30 This Morning. 12.30 Let’s Do Lunch with Gino & Mel. 1.30 ITV News; Weather. 1.55 ITV News London; Weather. 2.00 The Hungry Sailors. 3.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal. 3.59 ITV London Weather. 4.00 Tipping Point. (R) 5.00 The Chase. (R) 6.00 ITV News London; Weather. 6.30 ITV News; Weather. 7.00 Emmerdale. 7.30 Nature’s Newborns. 8.00 Love Your Garden. 9.00 Robson Green: How the North Was Built. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather. 10.30 ITV News London; Weather. 10.35 Piers Morgan’s Life Stories: Donny Osmond. (R) 11.35 In Plain Sight. 12.25 Jackpot247. 3.00 In Plain Sight. (R) 3.45 ITV Nightscreen. 5.05 The Jeremy Kyle Show. (R)
6.10 The Hoobs. (R) 6.35 The Hoobs. (R) 7.00 Hugh’s 3 Good Things: Best Bites. 7.15 According to Jim. (R) 7.40 Will & Grace. (R) 8.05 Will & Grace. (R) 8.35 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 9.05 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 9.35 Frasier. (R) 10.05 Frasier. (R) 10.35 Frasier. (R) 11.00 The Secret Millionaire USA. 12.00 Channel 4 News Summary. 12.05 Grand Designs Australia. 1.05 Film: Operation Pacific. (1951) 3.10 Countdown. 4.00 Deal or No Deal. 5.00 Brendan’s Magical Mystery Tour. 5.30 Come Dine with Me. 6.00 The Simpsons. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News. 7.55 Ramadan Diaries. 8.00 Gok Live: Stripping for Summer. 9.00 Princess Diana’s Dresses: The Auction. 10.00 Run. 10.55 999: What’s Your Emergency? (R) 12.00 Extreme A&E. (R) 1.00 Poker. 1.55 KOTV Boxing Weekly. 2.20 Sailing: America’s Cup Discovered. 2.50 Beach Volleyball. 3.50 The Grid. (R) 4.20 Caterham UK Racing. (R) 4.45 Ironman 2013. (R)
6.00 Milkshake! 9.15 The Wright Stuff. 11.10 The Incredible Hulk Woman: Extraordinary People. (R) 12.10 5 News Lunchtime. 12.15 Big Brother. (R) 1.15 Home and Away. 1.45 Neighbours. 2.20 NCIS. (R) 3.15 Film: Mystery Woman: Game Time. (2005) 5.00 5 News at 5. 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 Home and Away. (R) 6.30 NewsTalk Live. 7.00 Monkey Life. (R) 7.30 Highland Emergency; (R) 5 News Update. 8.00 Gibraltar: Britain in the Sun; 5 News at 9. 9.00 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. 10.00 Big Brother. 11.00 Big Brother’s Bit on the Side. 12.00 CSI: Miami. (R)
6.00 Daybreak. 8.30 Lorraine. 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show. 10.30 This Morning. 12.30 Let’s Do Lunch with Gino & Mel. 1.30 ITV News; Weather. 1.55 ITV News London; Weather. 2.00 The Hungry Sailors. 3.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal. 3.59 ITV London Weather. 4.00 Tipping Point. (R) 5.00 The Chase. (R) 6.00 ITV News London; Weather. 6.30 ITV News; Weather. 7.00 Emmerdale. 7.30 Coronation Street. 8.00 The Zoo. 9.00 Ray Mears’ Close Encounters. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather. 10.30 ITV News London; Weather. 10.35 Brady and Hindley: Possession. (R) 11.35 The Dales. (R) 12.00 Jackpot247. 3.00 Film: Columbo: Lady in Waiting. (1971) Crime drama, starring Peter Falk and Leslie Nielsen. 4.15 ITV Nightscreen. 5.05 The Jeremy Kyle Show. (R)
7.40 Will & Grace. (R) 8.05 Will & Grace. (R) 8.35 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 9.05 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 9.35 Frasier. (R) 10.05 Frasier. (R) 10.35 Frasier. (R) 11.00 The Secret Millionaire USA. 12.00 Channel 4 News Summary. 12.05 Grand Designs Australia. 1.05 Film: Planet of the Apes. (1968) 3.10 Countdown. 4.00 Deal or No Deal. 5.00 Brendan’s Magical Mystery Tour. 5.30 Come Dine with Me. 6.00 The Simpsons. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News. 7.55 Ramadan Diaries. 8.00 SuperScrimpers. 9.00 24 Hours in A&E. 10.00 Run. 10.55 Undercover Boss. (R) 12.00 One Born Every Minute USA. 12.55 Film: Family Business. (1989) 2.45 Location, Location, Location. (R) 3.45 The Fabulous Baker Brothers. (R) 4.10 Deal or No Deal. (R) 5.05 Countdown. (R) 5.50 Kirstie’s Handmade Treasures.
6.00 Milkshake! 9.15 The Wright Stuff. 11.10 Cowboy Traders. (R) 12.10 5 News Lunchtime. 12.15 Big Brother.(R) 1.15 Home and Away.1.45 Neighbours. 2.20 NCIS. (R) 3.15 Film: McBride: The Chameleon Murder. (2005) 5.00 5 News at 5. 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 Home and Away. (R) 6.30 NewsTalk Live. 7.00 Emergency Bikers; (R) 5 News Update. 8.00 Myra Hindley: The Untold Story; 5 News at 9. 9.00 Slaughtered at the Murder Hotel. (R) 10.00 Big Brother. 11.00 Big Brother’s Bit on the Side. 12.00 National Heads Up Poker Championships. 1.00 SuperCasino. 4.00 HouseBusters. (R)
Dom. (R) 9.00 Live Golf:The Open Championship. Coverage of the opening day from Muirfield. 8.00 Indian Ocean with Simon Reeve. (R) 9.00 Hebrides: Islands on the Edge. A huge storm hits the archipelago. 10.00 Mock the Week. 10.30 Newsnight; Weather. 11.20 A Race Against Time: Hilary Lister’s Round Britain Dream. (R) 12.20 Golf: The Open Championship – Highlights. 1.05 Sign Zone: South Africa: The Massacre That Changed a Nation. (R) 2.05 Israel: Facing the Future. (R) 3.05 This Is BBC Two. 4.00 BBC Learning Zone.
Dom. (R) 9.00 Live Golf: The Open Championship. Coverage of the second day’s play from Muirfield. 8.00 Celebrity Mastermind. (R) 8.30 Gardeners’ World. 9.00 The Mating Game – Natural World Special. The different methods animals use to find a mate. 10.00 QI. With Robert Webb, Phill Jupitus and Ronni Ancona. (R) 10.30 Newsnight. 11.00 Weather. 11.05 T in the Park 2013 – Highlights. Including performances by Mumford & Sons, Rihanna, the Killers and Calvin Harris. 1.05 Golf: The Open Championship – Highlights. 1.50 This Is BBC Two.
6.00 Daybreak. 8.30 Lorraine. 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show. 10.30 This Morning. 12.30 Let’s Do Lunch with Gino & Mel. 1.30 ITV News; Weather. 1.55 ITV News London; Weather. 2.00 The Hungry Sailors. 3.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal. 3.59 ITV London Weather. 4.00 Tipping Point. (R) 5.00 The Chase. (R) 6.00 ITV News London; Weather. 6.30 ITV News; Weather. 7.00 Emmerdale. 7.30 Coronation Street. 8.00 Harbour Lives. 8.30 Coronation Street. 9.00 Doc Martin. (R) 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather. 10.30 ITV News London; Weather. 10.35 Film: Gladiator. (2000) Oscar-winning Roman epic, starring Russell Crowe. 1.20 Jackpot247. 3.00 Film: Columbo: Now You See Him. (1976) Detective drama, starring Peter Falk. 4.15 ITV Nightscreen.
6.00 Daybreak. 8.30 Lorraine. 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show. 10.30 This Morning. 12.30 Let’s Do Lunch with Gino & Mel. 1.30 ITV News; Weather. 1.55 ITV News London; Weather. 2.00 The Hungry Sailors. 3.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal. 3.59 ITV London Weather. 4.00 Tipping Point. (R) 5.00 The Chase. (R) 6.00 ITV News London; Weather. 6.30 ITV News; Weather. 7.00 Emmerdale. 7.30 Plan Bee: Tonight. 8.00 Emmerdale. 8.30 Married to the Job. 9.00 The Briefs. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather. 10.30 ITV News London; Weather. 10.35 The Zoo. (R) 11.35 The Cube. (R) 12.30 Jackpot247. 3.00 Plan Bee: Tonight. (R) 3.25 ITV Nightscreen. 5.05 The Jeremy Kyle Show. (R)
6.10 The Hoobs. (R) 6.35 The Hoobs. (R) 7.05 Hugh’s 3 Good Things: Best Bites. 7.15 According to Jim. (R) 7.40 Will & Grace. (R) 8.05 Will & Grace. (R) 8.30 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 9.00 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 9.30 Frasier. (R) 10.00 Frasier. (R) 10.30 Frasier. (R) 11.00 The Secret Millionaire USA. (R) 12.00 Channel 4 News Summary. 12.05 Grand Designs Australia. 1.10 SuperScrimpers. (R) 1.25 Film: Arizona Raiders. (1965) Western, starring Audie Murphy. 3.10 Countdown. 4.00 Deal or No Deal. 5.00 Brendan’s Magical Mystery Tour. 5.30 Come Dine with Me. 6.00 The Simpsons. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News. 7.55 Ramadan Diaries. 8.00 Supersize vs Superskinny. (R) 9.00 First Dates. 10.00 Run. 10.55 24 Hours in A&E. (R) 12.00 Princess Diana’s Dresses: The Auction. (R) 1.00 Terror in the Skies. (R) 1.55 South Africa’s Dirty Cops: Channel 4 Dispatches. (R) 2.25 Food Unwrapped. (R) 2.55 Wild Things. (R) 3.30 Phil Spencer: Secret Agent. (R) 4.25 Deal or No Deal. (R) 5.20 Kirstie’s Vintage Gems. (R) 5.25 Countdown. (R)
6.00 Milkshake! 9.15 The Wright Stuff. 11.10 World’s Busiest Train Station. (R) 12.10 5 News Lunchtime. 12.15 Big Brother. (R) 1.15 Home and Away. 1.45 Neighbours.2.15 CSI: Miami.(R) 3.15 Rosamunde Pilcher’s Autumn. (R) 5.00 5 News at 5. 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 Home and Away. (R) 6.30 NewsTalk Live. 7.00 Cricket: The Ashes; 5 News Update. 8.00 Cowboy Traders. The team goes on the trail of a rogue cosmetic dentist; 5 News at 9. 9.00 The Hotel Inspector Returns. New series. Alex Polizzi revisits hoteliers she helped previously. 10.00 Big Brother. The housemates complete their shopping task. 11.00 Big Brother’s Bit on the Side. 12.00 SuperCasino. 4.00 HouseBusters. (R) 4.25 House Doctor. (R) 5.10 Michaela’s Wild Challenge. (R)
6.10 The Hoobs. (R) 6.35 The Hoobs. (R) 7.05 Hugh’s 3 Good Things: Best Bites. 7.15 According to Jim. (R) 7.40 Will & Grace. (R) 8.05 Will & Grace. (R) 8.30 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 9.00 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 9.35 Frasier. (R) 10.00 Frasier. (R) 10.30 Frasier. (R) 11.00 The Secret Millionaire USA. (R) 12.00 Channel 4 News Summary. 12.05 Grand Designs Australia. (R) 1.05 Film: Johnny Guitar. (1954) Western, starring Joan Crawford and Ernest Borgnine. 3.10 Countdown. 4.00 Deal or No Deal. 5.00 Brendan’s Magical Mystery Tour. 5.30 Come Dine with Me. 6.00 The Simpsons. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News. 7.55 Ramadan Diaries. 8.00 Four Rooms. 9.00 The Million Pound Drop Live. 10.35 PhoneShop. 11.10 PhoneShop. 11.40 Trojan Donkey. 12.10 The Million Pound Drop Live. (R) 1.35 New Girl. 2.00 The Mindy Project. 2.20 Accidentally on Purpose. (R) 2.45 Mesh: Love Tube. (R) 2.50 Mesh: Lula Fantastic. (R) 2.55 Dish. (R) 3.05 Momma’s Boy. (R) 3.25 Phil Spencer: Secret Agent. (R) 4.20 Deal or No Deal. (R) 5.15 Countdown. (R)
6.00 Milkshake! 9.15 The Wright Stuff. 11.10 Emergency Bikers. (R) 12.10 5 News Lunchtime. 12.15 Big Brother. (R) 1.15 Home and Away. 1.45 Neighbours. 2.20 The Mentalist. (R) 3.15 Film: Deadly Sibling Rivalry. (2011) Premiere. Thriller, starring Charisma Carpenter. 5.00 5 News at 5. 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 Home and Away. (R) 6.30 NewsTalk Live. 7.00 Cricket: The Ashes; 5 News Update. 8.00 World’s Busiest Airport; 5 News at 9. 9.00 Big Brother: Live Eviction. Housemate number five gets the boot. 10.30 Big Brother’s Bit on the Side. 11.30 Big Brother: Live from the House. 12.00 SuperCasino. 3.55 Motorsport Mundial. 4.25 House Doctor. (R) 5.10 Michaela’s Wild Challenge. (R)
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Food & Drink
Eight of city’s finest in Sussex food finals
EIGHT businesses from Brighton and Hove have been shortlisted for the finals of the 2013-14 Sussex Food and Drink Awards. They are among 68 finalists from across the county to be announced by the organisers as public voting opened for the awards’ eighth year. They were all invited to a networking event at the South of England Showground in Ardingly hosted by the patron of the awards Sally Gunnell. The public can vote by text and online at www.sussexfoodawards.biz for the county’s top farmers, butchers, chefs, market organisers, shopkeepers, brewers and vintners. The Brighton and Hove finalists are: • Stanmer House, in Stanmer Park (Best Sussex Eating Experience); • The Foragers, in Hove (Best Sussex Eating Experience); • Brighton Farmers Market (Best Sussex Farmers Market); • Westdene Butchers, in Patcham (Sussex Butcher of the Year); • Bramptons, in Kemptown (Sussex Butcher of the Year); • Infinity Foods (Best Sussex Food/Farm Shop); • Gran Stead’s Ginger, in Portslade (Sussex Drink Producer of the Year); • The Raw Chocolate Company (Sussex Food Producer of the Year). Paula Seager, co-director of Natural Partnerships, the community interest company that runs the awards, said: “We are so lucky that Sussex is blessed with a wealth of glorious food and drink from the beautiful South Downs and its coastal waters to the huge number of creative and hard-working producers and manufacturers in the county who are creating award-winning food and drink every day.” To vote, visit: www. sussexfoodanddrinkawards.biz.
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2012 Paralympic heroes launch Sainsbury's 'Race to Rio' SAINSBURY’S is inspiring kids across the country to Race to Rio in a new initiative that will encourage thousands to get active and support the development of the next generation of Paralympians. As part of the scheme kids from across the UK will get the one in a lifetime chance to race in the Olympic Stadium, London. Launched today by London 2012 heroes Jonnie Peacock and David Weir, Sainsbury’s Race to Rio will see children across the country pledge to complete a mile, until all the 5,750 miles between London and the host city for the 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games have been completed. Each pledge will help raise funds for the British Paralympic Association: Sainsbury’s will donate £10 for every pledge as part of its commitment to support the British Paralympic Association all the way to Rio 2016. As an added incentive, everyone who pledges before Monday 15 July will have the chance to race a mile in the Olympic Stadium, on the morning of the Sainsbury’s Anniversary Games on Friday 26 July. Justin King, Sainsbury’s CEO, said: “As the first ever sole-sponsor of the Paralympic Games, we saw for ourselves the power of sport to bring people and communities together, which is why I am proud to launch Race to Rio, part of our continued support of
Paralympic sport. “It is vital that the pride we all felt last summer translates itself into a lasting legacy, which is why we launched Active Kids for All last year and announced earlier this year our sponsorship of the Sainsbury’s Summer Series.” Keeping up the momentum in promoting a lasting legacy of support for Paralympic sport and following on from the launch of Sainsbury’s Active Kids for All, Sainsbury’s Race to Rio will inspire kids all across the UK to get behind ParalympicsGB ahead of Rio 2016. Paralympic Gold Medallist Jonnie Peacock, MBE said: “Sainsbury’s Race to Rio will give kids across the UK the chance to experience the thrill of the Olympic stadium and will help inspire them to lead healthier, more active lifestyles. Every mile counts, and Race to Rio will help support young potential Paralympic athletes as they, too, set their sights on Rio.” Quadruple Paralympic Gold Medallist David Weir, CBE, added: “Getting kids involved in sport and activity at a young age is really important, which is why Sainsbury’s Race to Rio is such a good idea. Doing something achievable like completing a mile could inspire the next young British athlete or just get kids to be active in a different way. “Seeing the support of the British public
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for Paralympic sport last summer was unbelievable and I hope that schemes like Race to Rio will continue to help stoke the fire of support for ParalympicsGB all the way to Rio 2016.”
From field to the freezer FROM this week, Waitrose will start producing frozen beef from its own dedicated production facility ensuring full traceability and one of the shortest supply chains among UK supermarkets. A first for the industry, the facility means that all fresh and frozen beef for Waitrose will now be handled entirely by one supplier, shortening the distance between farm gate and supermarket shelf. The state-of-the-art operation is also fully integrated meaning that the entire production process will be managed by Dovecote Park, from the cattle, right through to the consumer packaging which is directly distributed to Waitrose. Waitrose sources all of its fresh and frozen beef entirely from a known and trusted group of British farmers and none of the beef is
bought on the open market*. This additional investment means that, just like Waitrose fresh beef, all of Waitrose frozen beef will now be managed exclusively by Dovecote Park. No other retailer is able to source all of its beef from one supplier. The new facility starts production this week , and completes Dovecote Park’s ability to produce all Waitrose beef products, from beef burgers, meatballs, joints, steak and mince to producing the beef used in fresh and frozen ready meals. Dovecote Park has been supplying Waitrose with high quality fresh beef products since 1997. The frozen development by Dovecote Park has created further job opportunities in the local area. Heather Jenkins, Buying Director for meat,
poultry, fish, frozen, dairy and agriculture, Waitrose, says: "We've a long heritage of working with Dovecote Park to produce high quality and tasty meat, and we're delighted that this new frozen facility means we can get all our fresh and frozen beef from one source. More importantly for our customers is that it's fully traceable as it’s controlled by one processor, which shortens the supply chain and gives our customers total reassurance about where their beef has come from. Our customers rightly expect the highest standards of product quality and integrity from us and we won't let anything stand in the way of delivering this." The new frozen production methods used also means that the meat, from burgers to meatballs, provides the same quality and taste as chilled meat, with the convenience of frozen.
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The ‘wear by’ date - crop-tops banished by 34, hot pants by 35
WOMEN should ditch belly-bearing croptops by the age of 34, and avoid showing off midriffs in bikinis as soon as they reach 40 – according to other women, a study has revealed. Researchers found even if you sport a toned tum and slim body, two thirds of women believe certain clothes should come with a ‘wear by’ age – with most items deemed unsuitable by the big 4-0. Mini-skirts, hot pants and belly button piercings should also be avoided after your mid-thirties.
And it’s not just crop tops and bikinis that the over 30s need to avoid, with the mini skirt being labelled as ‘too old’ for those aged 37 or above, while hot pants should be ditched at 35. Ruth Gresty, spokeswoman for the All-Bran Five Day Challenge which commissioned the research, said: ”People may say ‘if you’ve got it, flaunt it’ – but it seems that this isn’t always the case for some of our wardrobe staples. ”It’s alarming that the crop top or bikini is causing such widespread ‘midriff mayhem’, and women actually believe it should come with some kind of a wear by date. ”Ultimately, it should come down to how confident you feel about your stomach and body – if you have worked hard to maintain a flat tum, you should be able to show it off. “But for some women, a flat, less bloated tummy can prove elusive no matter how many stomach crunches they do and mean they aren’t comfortable in revealing clothes as they get older. ”However the secret can be as simple as making a few small dietary changes like eating a fibre rich breakfast cereal every day, which is proven to ease bloating and that swollen tum look.”
Horoscopes Aries It’s time to break free as the song goes. Those barriers you erected long ago in order to protect your heart and now no longer working. In fact they are imprisoning you. It is possible you know to show your vulnerability without appearing a walk over! What a liberating thought eh?! At work it is business as usual this week.
Horoscopes from Kimi 12th - 18th July
Taurus A great week for a little introspection and thought gathering. You need to spend some on you this week. No, you are not being selfish so forget that idea. That is just that distorted conscience of yours. Yes, others do think you deserve a bit of you time. You should feel surprised and delighted at how well you are loved!
Cancer Take control in all areas of your life this week. You know what you should do, so do it. Do not let misplaced loyalty or old allegiances prevent you from doing what is right. You will be surprised at the respond if you do this. You will feel empowered and in control and others will see your future leadership potential.
Gemini I know you have felt overloaded in all aspects of your life for some time now but hey the good news is things are beginning to fall into place. There will be more clarity on the work and career front, you should feel more directed. And those personal sacrifices may now finally seem worthwhile as you see relationship changes develop.
Leo Stop putting on a front. Some people may see through it but others may not. They may really believe that you are OK about things! Your inner volcano has been bubbling for some time; you have been wrestling with the dilemma between desired change and achievable change. This week will see you make inroads into balancing the two.
The study of 2,000 women also found leggings should also hit the bin by 37 and stilettos are a no-no if you are in the 41 plus age group. Belly button piercings should be removed by the time you turn 35, while long hair should be given the chop at 42 to a shorter more ‘mature’ look. And 27% believed ladies should stop shopping in ‘younger’ clothes stores like Topshop and Miss Selfridge once they reach their early forties. Over a fifth of those polled said they would put age aside and show off their body if they had a flatter or less bloated looking tummy like celebs, but admitted they found it incredibly hard to achieve. Another 16% believe in the mantra ‘if you’ve got it, flaunt it’. It also emerged that it’s not just women who should put limits on their wardrobe, as the results also showed that men should give their beloved football shirts the boot at the age of 25. Researchers also found that women are taking the lead from celebrities, with 67% of those surveyed saying famous females are making it more acceptable for women to wear belly-bearing clothes after a certain age.
And Gwen Stefani came out as the biggest ‘flat tum’ inspiration after being crowned the most inspirational celebrity midriff. The 43-year-old No Doubt singer beat off stiff twenty-something competition from the likes of Corrie heartthrob Michelle Keegan and Rihanna to prove she is no top of the flops in the tummy department. Jennifer Aniston, Halle Berry and Kate Hudson, who are also in their forties, were listed amongst the top 10. Ruth Gresty, spokeswoman for the AllBran Five Day Challenge added: ”Thankfully it seems like the celebs have got it sussed when it comes to understanding the relationship between feeling good on the inside and looking great and are not afraid to show off their midriffs- whatever their age.” Top 10 inspiration celeb mid-riffs 1. Gwen Stefani 2. Cheryl Cole 3. Michelle Keegan 4. Rhianna 5. Jennifer Aniston 6. Halle Berry 7. Kelly Brook 8. Megan Fox 9. Keira Knightley 10. Kate Hudson
Virgo You know deep down in your heart where it is you want to be, what you want to achieve and who you want to be with. You are a little reticent about taking that first step towards your desired goal but trust me you have to take it. No one will do it for you. Buck up and move on!
The question is, are you taking this journey alone or is someone coming along with you? Whatever you decide you will need to let those close to you know where they stand. Uncomfortable but necessary.
Libra You will need to remove any negative thoughts from your mind if you are to get anywhere this week. You feel in desperate need of spiritual fulfillment. So clear out that metaphorical messy cupboard. Do this and you can then focus on the literary, artistic and spiritual rather than the temporal only then will you feel emotionally sated. Scorpio This week the “fixer” needs to focus on fixing themselves. This is a good week to investigate diets and draw up an exercise plan. No not the starve yourself to death kind of diet and have a heart attack on the treadmill. Be sensible! Got issues? A good week for talking things through with the loved one in your life. Sagittarius You have been on some sort of inner journey as of late and now feel that you know where you are headed. This is great.
Capricorn You may think you are racing down hill when in reality you are freewheeling! Be careful you may come to a bumpy stop. Yes we do control, to some extent, our own destiny but some forces are just too powerful for us. When we encounter these forces we need support both physical and spiritual. Make sure you ask for it. Aquarius Guess what? Sometimes hard work is rewarded and it looks like you are now in luck. Projects you have been working on for some time are beginning to come to fruition and the results are nothing if not positive. You are entering a period where you feel more directed and challenged than you have for some time. Enjoy. Pisces You may not be creative but you are certainly organized. You may not be inventive but you are a skill full and articulate negotiator. Remember these positives when others try to get you to adjust your plans to their desires. Some flexibility is good, even necessary. Too much will make you feel powerless and stressed. Stand your ground.
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Last week’s solutions:
CRYPTIC - Across: 1 Reductions; 7 Ionic; 8 Lighten; 10 Sweeping; 11 Fort; 13 Casket; 15 Ticker; 17 Iran; 18 Optional; 21 Notable; 22 Irons; 23 Pestilence. Down: 1 Range; 2 Decipher; 3 Colony; 4 Iago; 5 Network; 6 Dissection; 9 Naturalist; 12 Division; 14 Seattle; 16 Appeal; 19 Noose; 20 Abet. QUICK - Across: 1 Preference; 7 Eject; 8 Plainer; 10 Exterior; 11 Less; 13 Tussle; 15 Portal; 17 Beer; 18 Prospect; 21 Express; 22 Bravo; 23 Despondent. Down: 1 Pleat; 2 Entirely; 3 Employ; 4 Elan; 5 Consent; 6 Detestable; 9 Resolution; 12 Possible; 14 Steeple; 16 Prison; 19 Exact; 20 Deep.
Choose either quick or cryptic clues.
Codeword Each number in the grid represents a different letter of the alphabet and every letter of the alphabet is used. Use the given letter(s) to the right of the main grid to start you off.
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Down 1. See 3 Down 2. A member of the fair sex (6) 3 & 1Dn. The insect tolerates the aardvarks (3-5) 4. Singular version of natural science that provides a remedy (6) 5. Tell what happens at a close election (7) 8. Arranges expatriation of Quick Clues: French near the Across dock areas (7) 11. Dismantle? (7) 6. Propriety (7) 13. The lad is about 7. Rush out suddenly (5) to encourage the 9. Call for (5) operator (7) 15. Welcomed and 10. Refined (7) provided with a 12. Mix together (11) cold shower? (6) 16. Additional changes 14. Intelligence (11) for special editions 18. Flagrant (7) (6) 17. Had an irritating 19. Perfect (5) effect - brought 21. Concur (5) before the court (5) 22. Qualified (7) 20. Pitch reserved (3)
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Fill in the white squares with numbers 1 to 9. Each horizontal block must add up to the number in the shaded square to its left, and each vertical block to the number above. Numbers may be used once in each block. Last week’s solutions:
8 2 5 6 7 9 5 8 2 1 4 8 3 7 9 2 1 9 2 1 7 8 2 6 9 8
2 3 9 4 8 2 6 5 1 7 1 4 2 7 5 4 3 8 2 4 2 1 3
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Alphamuddle Rearrange the letters in the grid B to make five words that read both across and down. Five letters have been placed to start you off.
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2 1 2 5 7
Sudoku Fill in the grids below so that every column, every row and each of the 3x3 boxes contains all the digits from 1 to 9.
Replace the question mark with a letter so that the letters within each circle can be arranged to form words on a common theme. What are the three words, and the letter represented by the question mark?
Last week’s solutions: The letter represented by the question mark is Q. Racquets, Croquet, Bezique, all games.
Last week’s solutions:
15 words - average; 20 words - good; 25 words - very good; 30 or more - excellent.
How you rate:
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 8. 11. 13.
Give yourself ten minutes to find as many words as possible using the letters in the grid. Each word must use the central letter and at least 3 others, and letters may be used only once. You cannot use plurals, foreign words or proper nouns, but verb forms ending in ‘s’ are permitted. There is one 9-letter word to be found.
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New tyre recycling initiative hits the road A NEW recycling initiative is giving motorists the chance to help the planet when it comes to changing their worn out tyres. Only those tyre retailers who meet a strict set of guidelines and adhere to industry best practice will be able to display the coveted ‘Responsible Retailer’ badge which has just been launched and already has the backing of the influential organisations including Motor Codes, the government backed self-regulatory body for the motor industry, as well as the Independent Garage Association’s ‘Trust My Garage’ scheme and the Environment Agency. Drivers using a ‘Responsible Retailer’ can have total confidence that the tyres being removed from their vehicle are being dealt with and reprocessed in a legal and environmentally friendly manner. Mike Wilson, president, Tyre Recovery Association, said: “Historically, drivers didn’t really know what happened to their old tyres once they were removed from their vehicle. However, from now on, if they go to a ‘Responsible Retailer’ they can have the confidence that their tyres are being disposed of legally, and perhaps more importantly, in an environmentally friendly manner as possible.” In order to earn the ‘Responsible Retailer’ status, garages will be independently audited to ensure the waste tyres they generate are
collected by authorised handlers who then dispose of them in the proper manner. Each year, drivers in the UK generate some 40 million waste car and van tyres which have reached the end of their life. Long gone are the days of dumping them in landfills as has been made illegal since 2006. The good news, however, is that through the small environmental charge paid by to tyre retailers by drivers changing their tyres, this has resulted in many innovative and different ways to find new uses for waste tyres, including being recycled for carpet underlay, running tracks and artificial sports pitches. Drivers looking to find the location of their nearest ‘Responsible Retailer’ or more information about tyre recycling can visit tyrerecovery.org.uk.
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More practicality for Swift Sport - now with five doors THE SWIFT SPORT is the performance flagship of the Swift model range and offers higher levels of tuning, steering and braking performance than the standard Swift on which it’s based. The sporting experience combined with low cost of ownership has earned it many devoted fans around the world. For the 2013 model update, and in response to customer demand, Suzuki is introducing the five door model to provide further practicality and seating for five. Befitting its status as the performance flagship of the Swift model range, it reflects the pursuit of even better handling, driving performance, environmental compatibility and an uncompromising focus on quality. Overall, it offers a rewarding experience of Suzuki’s sporting DNA. Suzuki launched the Swift Sport in a growing number of Countries in 2012 and sales in the UK are 1,200 units per annum, of which around 450 units will be the five door model. Swift Sport volume accounts for 10 per cent of the total for the Swift range.
The Swift Sport’s M16A engine offers power combined with low emissions. The engine has a variable intake system and an optimised intake VVT (Variable Valve Timing) for increased valve lift, maximum output is an impressive 100kW (136PS) and maximum torque is 160Nm at an engine speed of 4,400 rpm enabling the driver to enjoy superb performance across the rev range. The engine’s high output is combined with excellent fuel economy of 44.1mpg on the Combined EC Cycle with CO2 emissions of 147g/km. The Sport is fitted with a sixspeed manual transmission as standard and has a bespoke exhaust system with twin tailpipes, one on each side of the rear diffuser.
Autocar Start: the smart way forward for young drivers
AUTOCAR, in a unique partnership with Mercedes-Benz Driving Academy, smart, Carrot Insurance and Zurich, launches an innovative and cost-effective new safer driving initiative for learner drivers – Autocar Start. Autocar Start is the first integrated motoring package of its kind specifically designed to help get younger drivers on the road. Autocar Start offers young drivers with a provisional licence a brand new smart fortwo coupé pulse, 40 hours of tuition from Mercedes-Benz Driving Academy and fully comprehensive insurance from Carrot Insurance for a £500 deposit and a fixed monthly fee of £299 over three years with a 10k per annum mileage limit. “Autocar is all about accessible, safe, fun motoring, and today's young drivers face a multitude of barriers to enjoying that," said Autocar editor Jim Holder. "The cost of
owning a car, insuring it and getting the right training to be as safe as possible on the roads is prohibitive, so we set out to put together a competitively priced package that offers peace of mind for the driver and the bill payer. “We're especially proud of Autocar Start because it provides access to a modern car, fully comprehensive insurance and expert driver training before and after the driving test. We are confident that Autocar Start will help young drivers become safer young drivers.” Teaching the young drivers will be a Mercedes-Benz Driving Academy coach in a dual-control Mercedes-Benz A-Class or B-Class. The Driving Academy will provide training before and, crucially, after the young driver takes his or her driving test, ensuring the education continues and driving skills improve. Built on the principle that all drivers are different and that, when it comes to learning to drive, one size doesn’t fit all, MercedesBenz Driving Academy offers tuition that is tailored to each individual. Using a series of pioneering tools, such as online personal risk assessment, e-learning modules and postlesson self-evaluation forms, students will discover how their individual personality, emotions and attitude can impact their ability to be safe and responsible drivers. Robert East, National Operations &
Development Manager, Mercedes-Benz Driving Academy, commented: “MercedesBenz Driving Academy uses a new coaching technique, rather than instructing students on how to drive. This motivates drivers to make the right decisions through self evaluation, without relying on short-term instructions to simply help them pass their test.” Empowering learners in this way means that the personalised skills each student develops when learning will stay with them for a lifetime of safe and responsible driving, rather than becoming a distant memory posttest. The young driver will be provided with a smart fortwo coupé pulse with an ecofriendly petrol engine with micro hybrid drive that provides the driver with 67.3mpg (government average) and low C02 emissions of 97g/km. The smart fortwo coupé is currently exempt from road tax. To promote and encourage safe driving, after six months from when they have passed their driving test, each Autocar Start member will be able to start earning cash rewards for driving safely. This is measured via Carrot insurance’s pioneering in-car black box data recorder. Carrot Insurance is underwritten by leading global insurer Zurich. “The Carrot telematics i-box monitors various aspects of driving style, such as acceleration, braking, swerving, and the number and length of journeys made,” explained Ed Rochfort, Product Director at Carrot Insurance. “This information is then
aggregated into three categories – Speed, Smoothness and Usage – that are then combined to give an overall Driving Style score, from which quarterly cash rewards are calculated” Uniquely, all of the rewards earned by Carrot’s customers are paid onto the policyholder’s personal Carrot Card prepaid MasterCard – preloaded with £20. Accepted at over 32 million locations worldwide, it can be used in-store or online, or the rewards can be withdrawn at any cash machine. It attracts a generous rate of cashback when used to make purchases at a growing network of leading high street retailers including Topshop, Debenhams, House of Fraser, Halfords and Zizzi. With Autocar Start there are also no curfews or restrictions on driving at night or with friends. The thinking behind the ‘all Carrot, no stick’ philosophy is that it creates a consumer mindset where it literally pays to drive carefully – without imposing draconian measures in an attempt to enforce changes in behaviour. The system highlights poor driving and will identify if a driver needs additional training. The young driver is responsible for servicing and fuel as well as keeping the car in good condition. There are a limited number of places available during the pilot stage of Autocar Start. Full details can be found at autocar.co.uk/ autocarstart.
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The building • Crystal Palace v Reading, 15:00 the faithful will be hoping especially with Ipswich, computer and TV scheduling the Albion blocks are in place and there will probably • Doncaster v Coventry, 15:00 confidence isn’t dented • Derby v Portsmouth, 15:00 West face 3 massive games in a week, each for be more newvfaces before August 3rd especially with Ipswich, • Millwall Ipswich, 15:00 • Doncaster Ham and v Coventry, 15:00 different reasons. when the new campaign begins. If Albion West • Nott’m Forest v Hull, 15:00 • Millwall v Ipswich, 15:00 Birmingham Liverpool wednesday : The game against can hold onto their prize possessions Ham and • Southampton v Middlesbrough, 15:00 all on the Liverpool in the Carling Cup has the drama • Nott’m Forest v Hull, 15:00 like Bridcutt, Buckley and perhaps entice Birmingham • Watford 15:00 feel horizon. and the history. The Reds have Steven David Lopez vtoPeterborough, return they should v Middlesbrough, 15:00 • Southampton all on the It has to be said though, every time Gus •West Ham v Leicester, 15:00 confident heading to Elland Road for the • Watford v Peterborough, 15:00 horizon. Poyet and his team have been tested since he first• Burnley THE SIGNS look good. After relative match. v Blackpool, 17:20 It has to be said though, every time Gus Leicester, tookHam over,vhe seems to15:00 apply the midas touch Poyet marks 100 games in charge just to add •West inertia over the last few weeks the Sadly the local media hasn’t been Poyet and his team have been tested since he Blackpool, 17:20colours. It may be and theyv pass with flying twist. If the game emulates clashes in • Burnley recruitment is in starting bear fruit. tookanother offered the opportunity to interview over, he seems to apply the midas touch Poyet marks 100drive games charge to just to add Sunday, 30 October 2011 the most high profile week of his fledgling the 80s and 91 we could be in for a cracker. Defender Adam El Abd has agreed a new Oscar Garcia or any of the players since another twist. If the game emulates clashes in and they pass with flying colours. It may be Npower Championship managerial career, and, like Albion fans, he Leeds friday : 3 points on offer. 3 points Sunday, 30 October 2011 contract Albion, Matthew the most the Spaniards arrival. I don’t know how high profile week of his fledgling the 80s andat 91the we could be and in forthen a cracker. • Leedshe v Cardiff, 13:15the recruitment will be hoping that after the 7 days and 3 on offer. 3 points on offer. Upson signed one year contract as a involved will be with Npower Championship managerial career, and, like Albion fans,also he a Leeds friday : 3apoints on offer. 3 points games, it’s safe passage to the last 16 and 6 Palace tuesday : 3 points yes but agent this week after leaving Stoke process but he will certainly have a strong • Leeds v Cardiff, 13:15 willfierce, be hoping that aftermisunderstood the 7 days and rivalry. 3 onfree offer. 3 points on offer. if sometimes The points in the bag. City. Both helped the Seagulls to the most foundation on1 which to base his first year Tuesday, November 2011 games, safebetween passagethe to the 16atand Palace tuesday : 3 points yes but also a firstit’s clash twolast sides the6Amex. frugal defence in the Championship last in the UK. The squad has remained largely Npower Championship in the bag. returns to his former club. fierce, if sometimes misunderstood rivalry. The points Tuesday, 1 November 2011 Glenn Murray season. Wayne Bridge will be missed after intact. Oscar vGarcia may not have heard • Barnsley Hull, 19:45 first clash between the two sides at the Amex. Listen Championship to Johnny Cantor and BBC Gerard back for the first time since march, Whenever you look at games in isolation they Npower agreeing to make the switch to Reading of Ian Drury but he has ‘Reasons to be Glenn Murray returns to his former club. • Burnley v Leicester, 19:45 Sussex for all your sports straight of the a spanking have a certain significance but when but if they canback findof a reliable leftfrom backSpurs. (no 5. Liam Bridcutt, voted player of you the look and Leonardo also made life very cheerful. 1,2, 3. • Barnsley vSport Hull, Ulloa 19:45 Listen to Johnny Cantor and BBC Whenever you look at games in isolation they • Crystal Palace v Portsmouth, 19:45 coverage ofopposing Brighton & Hove Albion Vicente maythe welldefence get his first outing a season at the 7 days and 3ofgames together thisisperiod mean task) in front of against Thomas for both the last 2 years difficult teams whilst they • Burnley vfor Leicester, 19:45 Sport for all your sports have a certain significance but when you look the Sussex football club and Sussex County club he beat when with Valencia. Noone could become a pivotal point in the season. • Doncaster v Middlesbrough, 19:45on Kzuszack looks solid. pivotal to making the team tick. The work were in possession and long may that Follow Albion home and away • Crystal Palace v Portsmouth, 19:45 coverage of Brighton & Hove Albion at roofer the 7 days and 3 games together this period Cricket Club. is a story well documented aswell. Gus No-one (not Noone) would be suprised Of course it’s not just about the back rate of strikers like Craig Mackail-Smith continue. BBC Sussexv Sport • Millwall Coventry, 19:45 football club and Sussex County could become a pivotal point in the season. • Doncaster v Middlesbrough, 19:45 • Nott’m Forest v Reading, 19:45 Cricket Club. No-one (not Noone) would be suprised • Millwall v Coventry, 19:45 Let us know what think • Southampton vyou Peterborough, 19:45 Follow them on Twitter them • Nott’m Forest vFollow Reading, 19:45on twitter • Watford v Brighton, 19:45 @BBCSussexsport • Southampton v Peterborough, 19:45 Follow them on twitter • West Ham v Bristol City, 19:45 @johnnycburger • Watford v Brighton, 19:45
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TOMASZ KUSZCZAK was delighted to GD atPTS P start Team get pre-season off to a winning 1 14 27 13 Southampton Whitehawk. 2 24 13 West Ham The Albion keeper played the12 opening 3 24 8 13 Middlesbrough half hour against the Conference South 4 23 6 13 Crystal Palace newcomers – where goals from Solly March, 5 21 6 12 Leeds Ashley Barnes and Andrea Orlandi secured a 6 21 1 13 Derby 3-0 win. 1 to21 12 nice He7 toldHull seagulls.co.uk: “It’s be back 8 13 Cardiff and to win the match, but these 4 games20 are 9 working 20 -2 13 fitness, Ipswichhard on your all about both 10 Peterborough 19 4 holidays. 13our physically and mentally, after 11 Blackpool 19 13 3 “Obviously the level of competition is not 12 19 1 13 Brighton what we’re used to, with Whitehawk coming 19 1 a good Leicester from13 the lower leagues, but 13 it was 14 17 on 4 10 Birmingham game and a chance to get back to normal 15 17 1 13 Reading the pitch. 16 15 you 0 13 Portsmouth “The result is not that important, but 17 -1 12 Burnley still don’t want to embarrass yourself 15 in these 18andBarnsley -2 We15 games you have to work13 hard. made a 14 and -9 goals, 13good good19 start,Nott’m scored Forest a couple of -4 12our 13watching it was20 niceMillwall to see a big crowd 21 11rest of 13 Coventry first game. Now we look forward-6to the 22 10 -12 13 Watford our pre-season games.” 23 8 -14 13 Doncaster Given the new season kicks off on August 24 -16 13 Bristol City 3, the players have already been back 6 a couple of weeks, and the Pole has enjoyed the
SUSSEX BATSMAN Chris Nash believes the team are capable of maintaining their push for the County Championship title. The Hove side moved to the top of the table after beating Somerset by nine wickets on Wednesday. He told BBC Sussex: "It puts us in a good position and, yet again, we played some brilliant cricket. "This is a real big part of the season now. We've got six games now and if we keep performing like this there is no reason why we can't be up there." Sussex's win at Somerset, which was just their second County Championship victory in Taunton since 1983, maintains the side's unbeaten record in Division One in 2013. Nash, who was acting captain for the game, was pleased with the way the team managed to secure the result before lunch on day three. "We had a great partnership between Michael Yardy and Matt Machan and the bowlers, as a group, were fantastic," the 30-year-old said.
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sessions already laid on by new head coach Oscar Garcia. “There’s a good atmosphere in the camp. From day one we started with the balls, playing a lot of possession games which is a little bit different from last year, where we ran more in the first week or two. “This time we haven’t run that much, which I like and is something I had been used during my time in England. It suits me as the keepers are always involved but all the players they will tell you that as soon as we get the ball at our feet we are happy!
Chris Nash eyes Sussex title challenge after Somerset win "We were very aware that we had to have a good first hour in the morning [of day three]. "Chasing 180 or 200 could have been hard so keeping it under 100 was fantastic. I was delighted the way the bowlers came out, stuck to their plans and it went to script. "Four-day games at Taunton are very hard to win so we are delighted to take the points." Despite their victory and moving to the top of the table, Sussex cricket manager Mark Robinson believes his side still have room for improvement. "We haven't been at our best this game," Robinson told BBC Sussex. "There are areas that we need to get better in but that is us as a team. "We are a growing and emerging team. Hopefully we can get better in time but at the moment we are doing some good things. "We have to toughen up a bit mentally and sometimes physically. We have got some outstanding players but some of them are young ones who will hopefully learn and get better and better."
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FORMER ENGLAND INTERNATIONAL Matthew Upson has joined Brighton and Hove Albion on a permanent contract following a successful loan spell with the club. The 34-year-old has signed a one-year deal with the Championship side, having been released by Stoke last month. Upson spent the final five months of last season on loan at Albion, making 20 appearances and contributing to a miserly defence that conceded just 15 goals during his time at the Amex Stadium. David Burke, Brighton's head of football operations, said: "We are delighted that Matt has agreed to come back to the club. His experience is fantastic and it really shows our intent by bringing in someone of Matt's pedigree. "It's not like he's a new signing because he's been with us for almost six months and he knows exactly what we are all about. "He brings continuity and stability to the defence, which is what we were looking for, and it bodes well for us to keep the strong defence that we had last season." He added: "His experience will bring more impact to the players as he spends more time with them, particularly during pre-season, which is a key time for tactics and strategies
LONG-SERVING DEFENDER Adam ElAbd has signed a new two-year contract with Brighton and Hove Albion, keeping him at the club until the end of the 2014/15 season. The deal will see the 28-year-old central defender rack up a decade of service at the club, earning him the right to a testimonial year. El-Abd hooked up with the rest of the squad this morning for his first day of preseason training, and is likely to feature in Saturday’s curtain-raiser at Whitehawk. He told seagulls.co.uk: “I'm absolutely delighted to have signed the new deal. I love playing for the club, and I can't wait for the season to start now. “I've been keeping myself fit in the gym, and although it's not the same as doing pre-season, I feel really good and I'll definitely be fit for the start of the season. “The last ten years have been amazing, and I feel really honoured to have been granted a testimonial year by the club.” Head of football operations David Burke added: “It is fantastic news that Adam is staying with us and he will reach the milestone of ten years at the club which is a
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fantastic achievement. “Adam has played a major part in getting the club to where it is today, and we are delighted that he has chosen to commit to the club for longer. “He is a product of the club’s successful youth system and is somebody all our younger players should aspire to.” One of the club’s most consistent defenders over the last decade, Brightonborn El-Abd played a crucial part in the League One title success in 2011, and in May 2012 he was called up to the Egypt international squad. He has made over 250 appearances for the club since he was handed his first team debut in 2003 by Mark McGhee.
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to be embedded into the players. Matt has experienced that at the highest level. "We finished with the best defensive record in the league and we will build on that for the coming season." Upson joined up with the Brighton squad on Wednesday morning and will travel to Madrid for a pre-season training camp on Sunday (June 14).
Oatway ends long Brighton association by mutual consent CHARLIE OATWAY was suspended by the Championship club in May along with manager Gus Poyet and his assistant Mauricio Taricco. Poyet has since been sacked, while Taricco has also left the club, and now former player Oatway has ended his 14-year association with Albion. A Brighton statement read: "The club would like to sincerely thank Charlie for his hard work, commitment and dedication since he joined the club in 1999. "Charlie joined the club as a player in 1999, eventually becoming club captain. During Charlie's successful playing career, he helped
the club secure championships in 2001 and 2002 and a play-off victory in 2004. "Following the end of his playing career, Charlie remained involved with the club working with its charitable arm Albion in the Community. "In November 2009, Charlie became first-team coach, helping to guide the team to promotion as League One champions in 2011 and a highly creditable fourth-placed finish last season, the club's highest position for 30 years. "We wish him all the very best for the future and are confident he will have a long and successful career ahead of him."
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