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Chilling! Issue 813

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Tel: 902 232 102 info@canarianweekly.com Publisher, proprietor and Editor: MES ONCE SL DepĂłsito Legal TF 1209/97 CIF: B- 38753802 Avda. Claudio Delgado Diaz 99, Edf. Ayllon Local 2C, Pol. Ind. Las Chafiras, 38639 San Miguel De Abona, Tenerife

Inside this week... Last scrap of luck for drivers See page 5

Cyder Cup: And the winners are‌ See page 18 - 19 Ryanair launches new aircraft ads! See page 20

THE mother of a new-born baby, discovered frozen to death in the freezer of an Arona apartment, has been charged with reckless homicide. Continued on page 3.


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Chilling tale

Continued from front Shortly before 7pm last Friday, the Guardia Civil were called to an apartment block in La Camella, where the frozen corpse had been discovered. The horrendous discovery is thought to have been made by a relative of the apartment owner, who had come to clean it for new tenants as the apartment had been empty for a number of weeks. Initially, Police began investigations as to the whereabouts of the mother, and to carry out an autopsy. A 33-year-old Spanish woman, believed to come from Los Realejos and identified by the initials FGM, was arrested later that evening. After making a statement, she was charged and released without bail, with the proviso that she reports twice per month to

AT the tail-end of last week Costa Adeje hoisted three blue flags on its beaches – Playa Fanabe, El Duque and Troya I/II. The municipality aims to achieve five blue flags for the 2014-2015 season with improvements at the Ajabo and Torviscas beaches. At the ceremony Gonzalo Delgado Garcia Diaz and Rafael Dolado thanked the people who work so hard in keeping these bathing areas pristine. The fact that a destina-

the Police. She has surrendered her passport. The autopsy showed that the baby boy was alive when born, and the cause of his death was the lack of assisted delivery. It is alleged that she is now residing at the family home in Playa San Juan, with two of her young children; her other children are believed to be in care. Local residents in La Camella have refused to comment about the gruesome incident which occurred in such a quiet area. According to Spanish Press sources, residents in San Juan are unhappy about the attention the small resort is receiving from their newspapers. That’s because they are in official mourning for the two local teenage girls who, tragically, lost their lives in a car accident during the same weekend.

Police swoop on another alleged Brit drug baron ALLEGED drugtrafficker Brian Charrington, one of Europe’s top10 most-wanted criminals, has been arrested at his luxury home on the Costa Blanca.

The 57-year-old, one of 10 being hunted by police, was nabbed, along with his girlfriend and a son, in a joint swoop by UK serious crime officers and Spain’s National Police, who seized a 220-kilo haul of cocaine, worth an astonishing £9 million, which was hidden under a floor. Charrington, from Middlesborough is said to be part of an alleged transatlantic cocainesmuggling ring, which Spanish police are dismantling. He was taken into custody along with his son in Alicante, while his girlfriend, who was not named, was arrested in Venezuela. A total of 13 people were arrested in the two countries, all accused of smuggling drugs into Spain for sale across Europe. A Spanish police statement read: “One of the arrested was Brian Colin Charrington, a long-time British criminal who is one of the top 10 most investigated criminals by European police forces.” The statement went on

to say that Charrington, a former car dealer, had been living a life of luxury in Spain, where he and his son owned 10 homes, several top-end cars and six boats in the Marina Alta area of Alicante alone. It also said Andrew Moran, a Briton wanted on charges of aggravated robbery, was arrested in May while relaxing by the pool on one of Charrington’s properties. Police have seized 220kg (485lb) of cocaine from an apartment, and blocked bank accounts, property and goods worth over five million euros. Britain’s Serious Organised Crime Agency (SOCA) was also involved in the operation. Spain conducted the three-year investigation together with police in Venezuela, Colombia, Argentina and Britain, with the support of Ameripol, an international police agency grouping the United States and 19 Latin

American and Caribbean states. Venezuelan Justice Minister Miguel Rodriguez Torres said the gang was thought to have smuggled “more or less” 25 tonnes of cocaine to Europe from South America over the last decade. Torres said in a telephone call to Venezuela’s state television: “We’ll continue investigating and identifying the assets that these people have registered in different parts of the country.” Fifty-two of 65 British fugitives known to be in Spain have been arrested since 2007 as a result of campaigns organised by the Serious Organised Crime Agency (SOCA), Crimestoppers and the Spanish police. There really is no hiding place for these criminals, as convicted British drug-trafficker Mark Lilley, who hid out in Tenerife for a while, discovered when he was ar-

rested in Malaga recently in a “panic” room hidden behind a bedroom wardrobe. Venezuela shares a long, largely unpoliced border with Colombia and has become a major trans-shipment point for Colombian cocaine on its way to international markets. The Caracas Government says its arrest of several high-profile Colombian traffickers in recent years is evidence of its commitment in the fight against drugsmuggling. Last year, Venezuelan security forces, working with Colombian officers and US and British intelligence agencies, caught one of the mostwanted Colombian kingpins, Daniel ‘Crazy’ Barrera, during a raid in a Venezuelan border city. The Colombian government said Barrera’s group was capable of sending 10 tonnes of cocaine a month to Mexico’s Sinaloa cartel, the most powerful, organised crime gang in the Americas. Eloy Quirós, head of the Udyco crime-fighting force, said police began the operation back in 2010 and that the success had been made possible through the collaboration of Britain’s SOCA, the ONA of Venezuela, the Colombian police, the Argentine police and the support of AMERIPOL, among others.

Blue flag irony

tion like Costa Adeje has so many blue flags, is a symbol of quality, since the presence of it, recognises and encourages the efforts of local communities to obtain and keep the recognition through the criteria of accessibility, water and sand quality, health, cleanliness, safety, environmental management, first aid,

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etc. For visitors the blue flags act as an assurance of quality. The Blue Flag is awarded annually by the European Environmental Education Foundation to beaches and marinas that meet a set of environmental conditions and facilities, such as water quality, safety, service delivery and general management envi-

ronment. This badge is awarded to beaches and marinas in over thirty countries in Europe and the Caribbean as well as South Africa, New Zealand and Canada. The irony came later in the week, Thursday, when there was a rumour that Playa del Duque beach, Costa Adeje, was closed due to contami-

nation – sour grapes by someone do with think? Sources confirmed that an analysis of the sea water had been taken and confirmed that the water and beach met strict guidelines and it was safe to bathe, even though there had been an ‘illegal discharge’ in the water. The Ayuntamiento have confirmed that the

source of the contamination is coming from a clandestine source and follow up police action will be taken. It is however not the fault of any of the nearby hotels. Additional testing will be carried out on a daily basis to ensure the water quality and despite reports Playa del Duque is open as usual.

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News In Brief Bankers rolling in euros

MORE than 100 Spanish bankers are said to be paid in excess of one million euros a year, according to figures released by the European Banking Authority. And 125 officials in the sector received an average package of 2.4m euros in 2011. Of the 125, there are 44 working in investment banking, 60 in other areas and 21 in retail banking. This figure is surpassed only by Britain, which in 2011 had 2,436 bankers paid over one million euros, followed by Germany with 170, and France with 162.

Siam Park’s beauties

CANDIDATES for Miss Russia 2013 have been taking advantage of the weather and the beautiful setting of Siam Park to shoot a promotional video.

Heaps of compost news

A NEW composting plant and allin-one classification plant will be opened today (Friday) at Arico’s Tenerife Environmental Centre. In attendance will be Cabildo President Ricardo Melchior; Guacimara Medina, Canary Islands’ Deputy Minister of Environment; Ana Lupe Mora and Miguel Diaz-Llanos, Island directors of Environment and Resource Sustainability, and Arico Mayor Juan José Armas Marrero.

Teenagers die in crash

TWO teenage girls, aged 16 and 17, were killed last weekend when the car in which they were travelling left the road near Punta Blanca, on the El Varadero exit between Puerto Santiago and Alcalá. Three young men were also injured in the crash. The vehicle hit a palm tree and then ran into a wall. Emergency services had to cut some of the passengers out of the car. It is thought that the youngsters may have been travelling back from a fiesta.

Prisoner flees Tenerife II

A YOUNG prisoner, identified as Tanausú AD, escaped from Tenerife II Prison on Monday at 5pm while taking part in an agricultural/ reforestation workshop. He was sentenced in 2011 for robbery with violence of an occupied dwelling. He has family ties with the areas of La Laguna and the El Sobradillo district, south-west of the capital, near the TF2. As a minor, he was said to have escaped from a juvenile centre.

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Consulates assisted more than 4,600 Brits last year CONSULAR staff in Spain and the Canaries assisted a total of 4,658 needy British citizens last year.

The figure has just been released in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office’s (FCO’s) annual British Behaviour Abroad Report 2013. Spain, the country most popular with British tourists and expats, saw significant decreases in arrests, detentions and hospitalisation cases - mainly because of local initiatives involving consular staff, police and hospital authorities. Consular staff dealt with 101 arrests for drug offences in 2012-13 compared with 143 the year before. General arrests reported to Consulates fell from to 1,599 from 1,909 a year earlier, partly through a new emphasis on directing resources towards the most vulnerable cases. Hospitalisation cases fell by 899 from 1,105 in the previous year, which is a reflection of how Consular staff have worked closely with local hospitals to make them more aware of the types of cases in which the FCO can add real value. Consulates have also strengthened ties with charities which support British nationals in less critical situations, allowing staff to focus on the most needy. Reported rape and sexual assault cases increased to 70 last year, compared with 40 in 2011-12. Spain, Greece and Turkey were the three countries in which the largest numbers of such cases were reported - destinations popular with young Brits because of their busy nightlife. Foreign & Commonwealth Office Minister Mark Simmonds, said: “I am proud that our staff continue to offer vital support to thousands of British travellers and residents around the world. “Each case can represent great distress

for the individuals concerned, and for their families. “I encourage all British travellers to do everything they can to ensure a safe and enjoyable trip by taking some basic steps to prepare themselves before departure, including taking out comprehensive travel insurance and researching their destination. “I am deeply concerned to see an increase in the number of reported rape and sexual assault cases involving British people. “The priority for our Consular staff is the safety and well-being of British travellers and we will continue to work with other Governments and tour operators, to help prevent further cases and provide all possible support for victims. “This support includes explaining local procedures, accompanying people to the police station, helping them deal with local authorities and medical staff, and contacting friends and family at home if that is wanted.” The report reveals that alcohol continues to be a major factor in cases involving young people visiting the Balearics, Turkey and Greek islands. Consulates in Spain encourage visiting Britons to pack three essential items: *Comprehensive travel insurance - read the small print, declare preexisting medical conditions and make sure it covers you for everything you want to do, including adventurous activities. An uninsured person who is seriously injured or dies abroad can lead to repatriation

bills running to thousands of pounds. *A European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) – so you can get statefunded medical care that may become necessary while you are in Spain. An EHIC is free and can be obtained via www.ehic.org.uk or by calling +44 (0) 845 606 2030. *Information about local laws - the more clued-up you are, the less likely you are to find yourself on the wrong side of the law. Countryspecific local laws and customs can be found at www.gov.uk/foreigntravel-advice. Spain received 13.6 million Britons during 2012 - almost one-quarter of all overseas tourists - and an estimated 800,000 Britons are resident for all or part of the year. The countries where Britons are most likely to need consular assistance are the Philippines, Thailand and Pakistan. Spain is 11th on the list. Travellers can sign up to Facebook and Twitter feeds to get the latest travel advice: www. facebook.com/fcotravel or twitter.com/fcotravel For details on how the FCO can help people who get into trouble abroad, visit www.gov. uk/knowbeforeyougo . What the FCO can and can’t do for people who have problems when travelling abroad: The FCO can *Issue you with an emergency travel document *Give you a list of local lawyers, interpreters, doctors or funeral directors *Contact friends and family back home for you, if necessary

*Provide information about transferring funds *Visit you in hospital, or if you have been arrested The FCO can’t *Help you enter a country if you don’t have a valid passport or necessary visas *Give you legal advice *Get you better treatment in hospital or prison than is given to local people *Pay any bills or give you money *Make travel arrangements for you The FCO’s Know Before You Go campaign encourages British nationals to prepare for their foreign travel so they can avoid preventable problems. A full holiday checklist can be found at www.gov.uk/ foreign-travel-checklist We encourage those victims of rape or sexual assault overseas to contact their nearest Embassy or Consulate for support. There are contact details for Embassies on the FCO website at: https://www.gov.uk/government/world/organisations The Know Before You Go campaign targets a number of audiences, from gap-year students to package holidaymakers; sports fans to older travellers and people visiting friends and family abroad. The campaign works with around 600 travel industry partners to communicate its messages. For more information, visit www.gov. uk/knowbeforeyougo The British Behaviour Abroad report does not include the number of cases handled during crisis situations, as they are recorded differently.

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Your cash risk NEW car sales have boomed this month, but it is too little, too late for the industry.

That’s because the Spanish Government’s “scrap for cash” scheme is about to be scrapped itself! The Plan PIVE enabled owners to trade in their old cars - over

seven years of age, or newer ones declared total losses - for scrap metal in exchange for discounts of up to 3,000 euros on brand-new motors. This scheme gave the motor trade a huge boost across the country, with 34,000 cars bought straight off the forecourt in the first two weeks of July, beating sales in the

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corresponding month last year by a whopping 25.4%. Dealership and franchise associations GANVAM and Faconauto say deliveries of new cars to private individuals, rather than companies, topped 17,000 in the first fortnight of this month. And that was 45% more than in the same period last year. In addition, car-hire

firms bought 9,400 vehicles, which was a 31% improvement on the July 2012 sales. Large firms buying new vehicles as pool cars or company cars were among the minority, say the two groups, with fewer than 8,000 sold, which amounted to a 9% drop on last year’s figures. GANVAM and Faconauto say these statistics have come about through “panicbuying” as those who own cars with no resale value capitalise on the last few days of Plan PIVE. Until this Plan was launched, scrapyards paid far less for old or undriveable cars and, in most cases, the owner was forced to pay a fee for the vehicle to be picked up by the authorities for disposal. This has always led to a high number of abandoned cars in towns and on country roads, with many town councils cracking down by considering any vehicle parked in a public space for a month or more to have been “dumped”. The owner faced a fine, which led to people unable to drive for long periods having to arrange for someone else to move their car periodically to avoid this. But Plan PIVE means car-owners can benefit from discounts of up to 3,000 euros for trading in their old vehicles as scrap –but only until 31st July, when the scheme is set to be chopped!

AS the holiday season gets into full swing, the AA has carried out a survey. It highlights that nearly half of travellers (48%) rely entirely on cash in the currency of their holiday destination, taken out before they travel. Yet only 3% of those questioned say they use pre-paid currency cards, which have been hailed as the “new currency” for holiday-makers. The findings also showed that a quarter (23%) pay for what they need using their debit or credit cards, while another 14% use cash they obtain from ATMs while away. The use of traveller’ cheques appears to be declining, with only 8% using them. Yet the use of secure, pre-paid cards appears to have been slow to catch on. Mark Huggins, director of AA Financial Services, is surprised at the number who rely entirely on cash for their holiday spending. “This really is the most risky way of taking your money,” he says. ”It opens you up to organised pickpockets and opportunistic thieves, as well as accidental loss, which could make life difficult for your remaining holiday. “What’s more, if you do lose money you’ll find that your travel insurance is likely to have strict limits on claims for loss of cash - and some may not cover this at all.”

Mr Huggins points out that while using debit or credit cards is secure and easy, their use could carry high transaction charges, both for taking out cash from an ATM and for foreign exchange. “It’s worth doing your homework first and checking what charges might apply if you do use conventional cards,” he says. “Clearly, depending on how much you spend, their use could land you with unwelcome, additional costs when you get home.” The AA’s financial chief says that although pre-paid cards seem to be some way off becoming the first choice for travellers, they are the future of holiday money for savvy travellers. That’s fine, but does anywhere here in Tenerife take these preloaded cash cards? If you actually do your research (in my humble opinion) they’re no different from a normal bank card. In some places you may still get charged for using them; you still have to go to an ATM to use them and, overall, you can still lose them! And, worse still, some providers may charge you if you don’t use them from one year to the next - i.e. your annual holiday! Until next week…

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Tourism and Sport

What's On Badminton in Granadilla Throughout the summer Granadilla have organised a series of badminton sessions. On Mondays and Wednesdays at the Municipal Sports Hall, between 4.30-6.30pm and beach sessions will be taking place between 9am11am every Tuesday and Thursday on El Medano beach. Sunblast Festival 3RD August From 3pm Three stages with the pick of the crop of DJs from the European and Ibiza scene. The Adeje event begins at 3pm and goes on until the wee small hours. Tickets start at 50 euros. For tickets go to http://sunblast.es/ Arona Summer Festival Saturday 17th August From 4pm The dance party at Antonio Dominguez Olympic Stadium in Las Americas is set to return this year on the 17th August with an even stronger line up. They’ve gathered their top line up from across the world with the likes of The Zombie Kids, DJ Dario, Michael Calfan, Redfoo and The Party Rock plus the best Tenerife DJ’s. Tickets start at 40 euros and are available at http://www.aronasummerfestival.com/home

This Saturday (20th) El Medano converts in to a capital of tourism and sport with more than 30 activities taking place over ten hours.

From 10am until 8pm numerous activities are taking place at different points of the coastal town. It’s the fifth annual event this year organised by the municipality of Granadilla, Councillors for tourism and sport Nuria Delgado Hernández y Marcos

González Alonso, respectively. The activities are open for all visitors, holidaymakers and tourists alike and many are free. There are not just physical activities either; there will be wildlife walks and a turtle release. The objective of

the event is to highlight the diverse activities that are available in El Medano, making it popular with tourists. Including prestigious events such as the World windsurfing Championship which will be held from the 3rd – 9th August in El Medano.

Spain must ease credit rules SPAIN has been given some urgent advice by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in an effort to help its economic recovery. The Government has been told that the only way forward is to lift its restrictions on credit to small businesses and potential property-owners. The IMF, a global institution, has called for Spanish banks to restrict dividend payments in cash to its shareholders only - in order to build up their capital, and to ensure finance “flows in the national economy”.

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This, says the IMF, will enable businesses to recover and individuals to buy from the huge stock of unoccupied properties available in Spain - and Tenerife - at rockbottom prices. Experts say the housing market will not pick up until the hundreds of thousands of unsold homes - both new-builds which have never been lived in, and repossessions - are purchased. They are available at prices vastly lower than even 10 years ago, but intended buyers need mortgages - and firms seeking to

invest in property also need loans to be able to do so, says the IFM. The IMF board, while carrying out its third analysis of Spain’s financial reform, believes that a lack of available credit is sinking the country’s economy. And it recommends paying part of staff’s wages or bonuses in shares, since this will encourage them to work actively for the success of the business. Additionally, the IMF says banks should be made to bear their own costs of their shares having plummeted, rather than expecting share-

holders to lose most of their investment. It has praised plans within the financial reform to ensure suppliers are paid off as quickly as possible, since this will improve their solvency. All banks undergoing the capital “stress test” have shown that their asset levels exceed the minimum 9% required, confirms the IMF. It ends by predicting the Spanish economy will shrink by a further 1.6% this year and will stay on an even keel next year, with zero growth but no reduction.

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Spain’s apology to Bolivian President EVO MORALES, the President of Bolivia, has received a written apology from Spain for its “regrettable behaviour”.

The President was held up for 13 hours at Vienna airport more than two weeks ago as Spanish embassy officials inspected his plane, amid suspicions that US whistle-blower Edward Snowden was on board. At the same time, France, Italy and Portugal refused to let him land in their countries, or cross their air-space.

Electric price surge

Ángel Vázquez, Spanish ambassador in the Bolivian capital of La Paz, “disappointed” by Alberto Carnero - his counterpart in Vienna - delivered the letter of apology to Morales’ office by hand. It says: “We regret these events and should like to present our apologies. This incident was inappropriate and upset the President, as well as placing a Head of State in a difficult and embarrassing situation.” The letter concludes that Spain hopes the matter will now be closed and that its excellent bilateral relations with Bolivia will continue as previously. ELECTRICITY bills are once again set to increase by an average of 2.50 euros per month following government approval of a 3.2-percent hike, according to FACUA-Consumers in Action. According to the association, Spanish households spend 75.72 euros monthly on power. In total this means that electricity will have increased by eight per cent since January 2012. Spokesman for FAC-

UA Rubén Sánchez says the price increase ‘is not going to solve the problem’ of the electricity supply deficit, and criticises the fact that the government-owned supplier Iberdrola effectively has a monopoly which means consumers are unable to shop around. Sánchez says electricity tariffs should be better regulated to avoid the ‘habitual price increases’ which come with the quarterly ‘auc-

tions’ for the power board franchise. He added that consumers are having to pay for the electricity board’s ‘bad management’. Customers ‘did not create the deficit’ and should not be the ones to have to suffer for repairing it, the FACUA spokesman states. The association has been calling for an audit of costs passed onto the consumer, similar to the UK, but this has been rejected by the Spanish government.

Helping the needy The Canarian Red Cross has reported that nearly 30,000 people have been helped by their social welfare programmes during the first half of 2013 and are warning that the number of people below the poverty line continues to increase. Page 8

The increase amounts to 33 percent compared to last year, with many of those coming for aid being new users and who were, until recently, in a secure family and employment situation. So far this year they have helped around 4,000 families who are directly affected by the crisis. They also provide basic assistance to more than 128 poor people delivering breakfast bags every morning.

They also provide a school breakfast service to a total of 1,131 children in 46 schools throughout Tenerife.a The day Centre in La Laguna helps 330 users alone. The projects are manned with the help of some 8,000 volunteers who dedicate their time and support to the project. For more information on how to become a donor, or volunteer see the Cruz Roja Website http://www.cruzroja.es/ donantes/

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BREATHTAKING AS A NATION IS KEPT WAITING! Charlotte Barrand@Barrand_C sifting through 1500 photos from tenerife could be a challenge... Think how much that would have cost in the 80s with Truprint! Nicola Carnie@nicopoop_x What three things do you think of most each day? — men, Tenerife and food So that makes Papagayo your heaven Nicola? Unhappy Maffy@mjball_ I’ve travelled two and a half thousand miles to tenerife...to go to McDonalds... Kids these days huh! Natalee Harris@NataleeValleys Can’t wait for @Tramps_Tenerife this Saturday Watch out lads the girls from MTV’s The Valleys are in town David Ross ™@Del_Rosso Just read in the paper that Tenerife was 23 degrees yesterday and the U.K was hotter, utter rubbosh, its 23 degrees at night there. Couldn’t agree more! Ella Connolly@Ellac25 Absolutely loving Tenerife! Didn’t realise we are so close to Africa, may explain why it’s so hot!!! WHERE did you think Tenerife was?? Menos lobos@CapeFiorentina Tequila + absenta + cerveza + ron = hangover en Tenerife. That means the same in any language sammy gallagher@willyslap1 everyones talking about partying and getting crunked in tenerife, when all i want to do is pull a hot milf then leave Crunked?? Anybody seen Stiffler’s mum? Tenerife Funky@Tenerifefunky The new Sushi Bar at Papagayo is AMAZING!!!! Hmmm... fish! Sam Andrew Mulrooney@SamMulrooney I have just quit my job and will be moving to tenerife in two/three weeks That’s the spirit Sam! Janet Shim@janet_shim Landed in Tenerife after 22 hours of travel. The island is so cute! Stop it we are blushing Rachel@29_rach Last night me and Lauryn decided if we fail our exams we are coming to tenerife and being club promotors Sounds like a fine safety net BarnzyBoy@R_Barnzy10 Not a lie iv been to siam park in tenerife and plunged 85 feet into water Watch out for the sharks!

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THE entire world was still holding its breath last night (Thursday) as the Duchess of Cambridge awaited the arrival of her first child.

And as we went to print, there was speculation that the Duchess, thought to have passed her due date, could even give birth at Reading’s Royal Berkshire Hospital, where she was born. She has been staying with Prince William at her parents’ home in Bucklebury, Berkshire - just 30 minutes away from Reading - this week. Royal aides have confirmed that while Kate intends to have her baby in the private Lindo Wing of St Mary’s in Paddington, a contingency plan for a birth at the Reading hospital remains in place. Worldwide media men and women - reporters, photographers and

camera crews - from Britain, the US, Canada, Australia, Japan and China, have been camped outside St Mary’s since 1st July in anticipation of the couple’s first child who, regardless of it's gender, will be third-in-line to the throne. Chained-up ladders galore signify the multitude of snappers in the press enclosure, all vying for the best possible position to obtain the first pictures of the royal couple and the latest addition to the Royal Family. They won’t be particularly happy if they have to make a mad

dash to Reading, but one concerned woman will be absolutely delighted. A smiling Queen, soon to be a greatgrandmother again, told a young schoolgirl during a visit to Cumbria on Wednesday: “I hope it comes soon because I’m going on holiday!” Should the Duchess give birth at the Royal Berkshire, she would have to spend her first night with her baby on a public ward, sharing with other mothers, because the hospital does not have a private maternity wing. A royal source said: “There are contingencies in place for wherever the Duchess happens to be, and one of them is the Royal Berkshire. The official date for the birth is “mid-July”, and frustrated Palace officials have long since stopped responded to telephone calls inquiring whether each ambulance turning into the hospital holds the royal mum-to-be. They plan to sneak

31-year-old Kate into the hospital’s private Lindo Wing - where Prince William was born - via a back door, away from the press hordes, when the time comes. Unless, of course, the contingency plans are put into operation. It really has become a global event in the making, especially in the United States, where the Washington Post has already described the child as the “world’s most famous baby”. And Francis D’Souza, a TV anchorman and reporter from CityNews in Toronto, told Reuters: “For us, it’s nice to be at the front seat of any historic moment. “Canadians love the royals - and especially love this couple. They’re not old and stodgy and stuffy.” The royal couple are adamant they do not know the baby’s sex, But bookmakers expect a girl and have made Alexandra the favourite name, followed by Charlotte, Diana and Elizabeth. George and James are hotly tipped if it is a boy.

Crime figures are slashed THE estimated number of crimes committed in England and Wales in the year up to March 2013 are the lowest recorded since records began in 1981.

The 8.6 million, announced by the Office for National Statistics (ONS), sees a 9% decrease compared with last year And overall, crime figures are now running at half the level of when they peaked in 1995. Recorded crime is also down, police reporting 3.7 million offences in the same period, which

is a drop of 7% against the previous year. U n s u r p r i s i n g l y, though, in these austere days, fraud is up by 27%, with over 250,000 offences recorded. Theft from the person - pickpocketing and snatch crime, such as stealing a mobile phone - is up by 9%. The 2% rise in the number of rapes recorded by police past year is thought to be linked to the knock-on effect of the high-profile Jimmy Savile investigation, says the ONS. The overall figures, showing drops in many categories despite the decreasing number of police officers, have been welcomed by the Government. Prime Minister Da-

vid Cameron hailed the figures as “good news”, and added during his visit to Hammersmith Police Station in west London yesterday (Thursday): “We should congratulate the police. “As a government, we’ve asked them to do more with less resources, and they performed magnificently. “I think, also, that all the work that’s gone into crime prevention has made a difference, too. This is good news. Britain is getting safer, as well as stronger.” Home Secretary Theresa May praised the police forces but also her own government, which, she said, had “played its part by slashing red tape and scrapping targets to en-

able the police to focus on crime fighting”. Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg said: “It’s one of the great triumphs of recent years that we’ve seen crime come down.” The statistics also show that firearm offences have dropped by 15% in year ending March 2013, continuing to fall since their peak in the 2005-2006 period. Offences that involved a knife or sharp instrument decreased by 15% compared with the previous year. Yet the number of police officers in England and Wales has dropped for the fourth consecutive year - by 3.4% (4,516) - taking the total to its lowest level since 2002.

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Vietnam’s eyeing up a Big Mac McDONALD’S opens its first restaurant in Vietnam next year - demonstrating, perhaps, that it really is who you know and not what you know.

The legendary American fast-food firm has granted a franchise to Henry Nguyen, son-inlaw of the communist country’s Prime Minister, Nguyen Tan Dung. The worldwide company plans to open in Ho Chi Minh City - the southern business hub - in early 2014 after bestowing the title of “developmental licensee” on businessman Nguyen. Dave Hoffmann, president of McDonald’s Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa region, said: “As we grow our presence in the Asia region, we are looking for partners with a blend of strong business acumen, and a unique understanding of our brand.” Henry, also known as Nguyen Bao Hoang, flipped burgers for McDonald’s while growing up in America - to where his family fled in 1975 at the end of the US-led Vietnam war. He returned to his native country more than a decade ago ago and now works at venture capital group IDG Ventures Vietnam. Mr Nguyen said: “I have dreamed of one day opening a McDonald’s restaurant in my native country, ever

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since my return.” Fast-food giants such as KFC, Burger King, Subway and Pizza Hut already have restaurants in Vietnam, alongside dozens of local chains. Starbucks opened its first store in Ho Chi Minh City, previously called Saigon, in February, and it has proved to be a big hit with Vietnamese youngsters, who are happy to queue for its Western-style lattes and frappes. McDonald’s entry into the Vietnamese market highlights the attractiveness of the 90-million-or-so population - and rapidlyexpanding middle class - despite the country’s current economic slowdown and lingering banking crisis. Although US food and drinks, including other iconic brands such as Coca-Cola, were available in South Vietnam until the end of the war, the companies pulled out after the communist victory, which paved the way for the country’s unification in 1975. Coca-Cola re-entered the Vietnamese market after a renewal of ties with the US in the Nineties, although the company is currently subject to a consumer boycott locally over alleged tax avoidance. McDonald’s has more than 34,500 locations, across more than 100 countries, and Vietnam will be the 38th Asia Pacific nation to feature its outlets.

As the Financial Conduct Authority announces more investigations in its review of the insurance market, new Which? research reveals some common reasons why insurance claims are rejected.

Which? surveyed 4,800 members with car or home insurance and looked at policies from 10 car insurers and 10 home insurers commonly used by Which? members: More than one in 10 (12%) who made a home insurance claim, and one in 20 (5%) who made a car insurance claim, had it fully or partly rejected. All of the home insurance policies include a requirement for the property to be kept in good condition,

but none of the insurers explained what this meant. One member said that their insurer had refused a claim because they had not regrouted their bathroom tiles every year. If you want to replace a lost, stolen or damaged item you normally need to provide proof of ownership, but some insurers take this to the extreme, for example members told us their insurer would not pay for freezer contents without a receipt. Seven of the home insurers say you must

report any accidental loss to the police or you won’t be covered. The other three won’t cover you for accidental loss outside the home if you haven’t reported the items to the police. They saw many cases where car insurers have settled claims 50/50 even where the driver believes they have strong evidence that a car accident was not their fault, meaning they will have to pay an excess and may lose their no-claims bonus. Of the general insurance complaints made to the Financial

Ombudsman Service, 64% are about claims not being handled satisfactorily, and around half (51%) are upheld in favour of the policy holder. Which? executive director, Richard Lloyd, said: “We found examples of home insurance claims being rejected for some spurious reasons, and consumers unhappy with way their claim was handled. While most claims are accepted and paid out in full, a minority are not, and if your claim is rejected it could prove costly. “As part of their review, the Financial Conduct Authority should look closely at home and car insurance to make sure insurers are not relying on exclusions buried in the small print to reject legitimate claims. If you’re unhappy with your settlement you should complain to the Financial Ombudsman.”

INDIA’S MAMMOTH TELEGRAM FINALE THERE was a final flurry of telegrams throughout India on Sunday before the service was closed down after 162 years.

Thousands of Indians crammed into the country’s 75 remaining telegram offices to send souvenir, keepsake messages - until the 10pm cut-off point. It signalled farewell to the world’s last major commercial telegram operation - the end of a service which, for many years, provided millions with a fast, reliable mode of communication. The system, generally known as the “Taar”, or wire, came to a full stop because of its mounting

financial losses. In the days before the Internet, emails, reliable landlines and ubiquitous mobile phones, the telegram network was the main form of long-distance communication. At its peak in 1985, the state-run utility sent

600,000 telegrams a day across India. But the figure had dwindled to 5,000, said Mr Akhtar, most of them being fired off from government departments. In other words, the service had been rendered redundant in today’s high-tech age. The Central Telegraph Office in New Delhi was prepared for Sunday’s anticipated rush, and Shameem Akhtar, a leading official in the state-run telecommunications company, said it had increased staff at all telegram offices over the weekend. And leave for the remaining 1,000 staff was cancelled in a bid to handle the volume of messages. The telegrams, costing a minimum of 29

rupees (£0.32), were hand-delivered by the company’s bike-riding messengers. Joggers, housewives and students were among those sending messages to loved ones on Sunday before the service was cut. Many people were seen making calls on their mobile phones to get the postal addresses of their friends, so they could send a final dispatch. Ranjana Das, in charge of transmitting the telegrams, said: “I have never seen such a rush before. Some people were sending 20 telegrams in one go.” One five-word telegram, sent from the New Delhi centre summed up the change. It read: “The End of an Era.”

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95th Mandela milestone NELSON MANDELA, seemingly at death’s doorstep two weeks ago, was 95th yesterday (Thursday) - and the world celebrated! And as the world celebrated, his family insisted the great South African freedom fighter was making “remarkable” progress after spending the last 42 days in a Pretoria hospital with a lung infection. To mark his 67 years of public service, South African biker gangs cleaned streets, volunteers painted schools and politicians spent 67 minutes on “worthy” projects. Children in schools around the country started the day by singing “Happy Birthday” to Mr Mandela, on a day which also recorded his 15 years of marriage to third wife Graca Machel. The UN declared the Nobel peace laureate’s birthday “Mandela Day” in 2010, but for many this year it takes on extra poignancy. He was admitted to hospital with a recur-

ring lung infection, and has since been in a critical but stable condition. Mr Mandela’s youngest daughter told Sky News her father has been able to communicate and watch television. “He is making remarkable progress,” said Zindzi Mandela. When she visited him on Tuesday he was “watching TV with his headphones on”. Zindzi added: “He responds very well … with his eyes, and he nods and sometimes he lifts his hand, like, to shake your hand.” American President Barack Obama urged people to honour Mr Mandela on his birthday “through individual and collective acts of service”. He added: “Through our own lives, by heeding his example, we can honour the man who showed his own people and the world - the path to justice, equality and freedom.” The South African Government hosted a ceremony for the sym-

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bolic handing-over of Mr Mandela’s new hightech ID card, which was received by Zindzi. The event was extremely telling in a country where apartheid was enforced by pass books. Black citizens were forced to carry them and the books limited movement to certain areas at certain times. South African President Jacob Zuma said, using Mr Mandela’s clan name: “On behalf of the Government and all the people of South Africa, we wish

Madiba a joyous 95th birthday. “We are proud to call this international icon our own as South Africans, and wish him good health. We thank all our people for supporting Madiba throughout the hospitalisation with undying love and compassion. “We also thank all for responding to the call to give Madiba the biggest birthday celebration ever this year.” A group of young South African artists and designers unveiled a poster project to cel-

ebrate Mr Mandela’s life through paintings and posters. The group whittled down 700 posters - submitted by designers from more than 70 countries - to 95 for each year of Mr Mandela’s life. A single special edition of the posters was being auctioned off to raise money for a proposed children’s hospital, to be named after the statesman, said the group. “He carries across this concept of humanity and selflessness,” said Mohammed Jogie, a co-

founder of the project. Elsewhere world leaders, pop stars and companies pledged their support for Mr Mandela. In the UK, entrepreneur Sir Richard Branson said: I will also be giving my 67 minutes to make the world a better place, one small step at a time.” Another birthday celebration took place in Birchington, near Margate, Kent, where a giant portrait of Mr Mandela’s face was etched into the countryside. The two-acre maze, in corn crops, was the idea of Karen Botha and Dawn Tilley, who spent five years working on the design. Meanwhile, 50 abandoned street children in the Philippines toured a Manila television studio and saw performances by local artists. The Australian city of Melbourne will hold a concert featuring local and African artists at the weekend, while a music festival later this year in Norway will promote equality in schools.

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Aggressive Swinton fined £7m BRITISH High street insurance group Swinton has been hammered with a £7m-plus fine for mis-selling products to consumers.

The company’s aggressive sales strategy led to a failure to treat customers fairly in its telephone sales of monthly, addon insurance policies, according to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) It said that in a twoyear period from April 2010, Swinton sold personal accident, home emergency and motor breakdown policies, which during the relevant period generated an income for accounting purposes of £92.9m. The FCA said Swinton did not provide enough information to customers about the key terms of the policies, and it also failed to monitor its sales calls properly. Swinton set aside £11.2 million to repay those customers who were

mis-sold, of which £1.9 million has already been paid out. The FCA says the insurance firm has contacted over 650,000 customers it believes may have been affected. Swinton has over 500 branches across the UK, employs more

than 3,000 people and has been operating for six decades. It was incorporated in 1963 and now processes more than 2.5 million policies a year. The City watchdog said any policy-holders who believe they bought monthly cover

as a result of mis-selling should contact Swinton directly. Tracey McDermott, FCA director of enforcement and financial crime, said: “Swinton failed its customers. When selling monthly add-on policies, Swinton did

not place the consumer at the heart of its business. Instead, it prioritised profit. “At the FCA, we have been clear in our expectation that firms must behave in the interests of consumers. “This outcome shows our approach in action, and it will act as a deterrent for other firms tempted to put profit figures above the fair treatment of customers.” The FCA found Swinton did not explain the cover clearly enough, or tell customers that the monthly policies were optional and separate from other core insurance products. It also failed to give enough information about the terms of the policy, including the conditions and limitations, and cancellation process. The nature of the failings, particularly poor sales scripts, meant that every sale could have been a missale, said the FCA. In response to the ruling, Swinton chief executive Christophe Bardet apologised for the company’s

be able to honour my commitments to the play. “But having toured many times before, I’m aware of the sheer stamina needed and I need to prioritise my recovery. But nothing’s going to stop me coming back next year, and I can’t wait to be a Passionate woman. Back in April, Bellingham, her husband Michael Pattemore and their Virtual Property World company, of which they are directors, brought a High Court libel action against Darren Richards, a well-known Tenerife character. It was headline news throughout Fleet Street, but the case was settled through mediation without even reaching court. Richards apologised for his faux pas, and agreed

to pay court costs. Bellingham starred in the Oxo adverts, which ran from 1983 to

1999, as the mother of a squabbling family. Her acting roles have included parts in All

Creatures Great And Small and the sitcom Second Thoughts, which began on BBC

procedural policies. Mr Bardet said: “We apologise for these shortcomings. They were not compatible with the proud history of Swinton, which since 1957 has been providing peace of mind to people through insurance cover. “Our focus is now to deliver on our promise of insurance with a personal touch. Swinton is embarking on a £60m investment in growth, which puts the customer at the heart of everything we do.” The company’s website says its customer-service team aims to resolve general complaints within 20 days. The £7.38m fine reflects the number of issues raised, and their seriousness, during the investigation, according to the FCA. The fine was reduced from £10.54m, with a 30% discount applied as Swinton settled at an early stage in the FCA’s investigation. In 2009, Swinton was ordered to offer refunds to 350,000 customers over mis-selling of payment-protection insurance.

Radio 4 in 1988 before transferring to ITV. She also presents ITV series Country House Sunday and was a regular panellist on the Loose Women talk show for a period. The actress, who appeared as a Strictly Come Dancing contestant four years ago, has been a high-profile supporter of Cancer Research UK and Macmillan Cancer Support since her sister Barbara died from lung cancer. Daniel Evans, Sheffield Theatre’s artistic director, said: “A Passionate Woman is an extraordinary play about an extraordinary woman, and that woman is Lynda Bellingham. “She is the heart of this production, and it’s inconceivable that we would do it without her.”

‘Oxo’ ad star has cancer ACTRESS Lynda Bellingham, embroiled in a High Court action against a Tenerife entrepreneur earlier this year, has been diagnosed with cancer.

The 65-year-old, known mainly for her part in the TV Oxo adverts and, latterly, on ITV’s Loose Women, has postponed a theatre tour. No further details of her illness have been given, but she has pledged: “Nothing’s going to stop me coming back next year.” The mother of two, who should have started a tour of Kay Mellor’s A Passionate Woman in Sheffield in September, said in a statement: “I’m devastated not to

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Class of its own!

CHILDREN from the summer vacation camp in Vilaflor will be making an educational visit to the refuge today (Friday) for the first time.

Staff will demonstrate the day-to-day running of the sanctuary, as well as teaching them how to care for the dogs. They will also have an opportunity to play with some of the many puppies and dogs, who will undoubtedly enjoy the company! Next month, Accion will welcome a 12-strong group of pupils from Germany, and they will spend part of their time at the refuge being taught all about animal welfare in a foreign country. It should be a good learning curve for the youngsters, who are all thinking about having

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a career with animals when they complete their education. Accion del Sol’s regular educational programme, aimed at schoolchildren and students of all levels, is becoming extremely popular with more and more schools and colleges, who are requesting visits. Hopefully, the animals’ lives will be greatly improved by the children, who should have a better knowledge and understanding of their pets’ needs. Marion Köpke De Gonzälez, who runs Accion del Sol - a centre for animal protection and the environment of Tenerife - reminds everybody that the refuge works solely with authorised municipalities Granadilla, Arona and Guia de Isora, and that dogs can be brought to the refuge only by Pro-

tection Civil, or police with the necessary documentation. If you come across a stray dog in those municipalities, then follow the correct procedure and call 112. The local police will inform Protection Civil to collect the poor animal and take it to Accion del Sol, where the dog will receive immediate medical care/treatment. It will also be de-fleed, wormed, castrated/ sterilised and microchipped, together with having the necessary injections, including rabies, and will be passported. If the dog is microchipped, the owner will be contacted and the dog returned. If the owner is reluctant to take it back, he or she will be prosecuted if the dog has been abandoned or ill-treated.

So if you really want to help the situation in Tenerife, then we all need to work in the legally-correct way. Please remember: never leave your dog in a parked car now that summer is here. Temperatures can reach over 150F (66 C), and heat-stroke, or even death, can result very quickly. It is a basic belief by drivers that leaving a window partly open will eliminate problems with heat. It won’t! The common signs of heat stroke are: *rapid panting *twitching muscles *hot skin *dazed look If any of these symptoms occur, you should seek veterinary assistance immediately. But you should first cool the dog by using cold water, either with towels soaked in cool (not cold) water, using a hose, or even a cool bath.

Make sure there is plenty of ventilation. Ice packs or cool towels should be applied to the dog’s chest, neck and head areas only. You can give your pet sips of cool water or a few licks of an ice cube – and remember that a trip to the vet could save your dog’s life. Avoid walking or leaving your dog on hot surfaces such as pavements, asphalt or sand. These tend to reflect heat, and may also burn the paws. It is better to walk your dog early morning or late evening to avoid the hottest parts of the day. Please call 922 778 630 for more information, or if you would like to help out in any way at the refuge. Unwanted towels and

blankets are always needed for the dogs, who really would appreciate them. Accion del Sol, open Monday - Friday (36pm), is situated at junction 51 on the TF-1, next to the ITER ecological wind farm on the Granadilla Industrial Estate. We are always looking for new supporters, so why not join our Accion Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/home. php?ref=canvas#!/ profile .php?id= 100000729042460 There are daily updates on the good work done at the refuge, as well as details of our fund-raising events. You can also see some of our beautiful dogs looking for homes.

New-look Exiles’ day of madness!

THE popular Exiles Bar in Costa del Silencio has been completely refurbished, while retaining its vibrant atmosphere, with live entertainment seven nights a week. And tomorrow (Saturday) sees the return of the bar’s annual Summer Madness music day. There will be a free bbq for everybody, and the fun starts at 4pm. Acts performing include: Steve Tyler with his school of rock, Pip Brown, Gary Appleton, John Cusack, Sophia, Indianna, Martin Kaymer, Andy Briggs, Gordon Slayney and many more. Blair Macrorie, who runs the bar, says: “We strive to cater for everyone and are proud that various nationalities choose to visit us daily. “With all major sports shown live on our six screens, and our large terrace, you can soak up the sun during the day.”

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Strictly time to find that talent

OUR first Strictly X Idol Talent competition is just a week away, with auditions next Saturday th (27 July) and the Final taking place a week later.

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his/her talent, and the judges will announce the names of those going through to the Final at 5.45pm. The competition is open to all ages, but

under-16s must be accompanied by an appropriate adult. The winner will receive 100 euros, and there are prizes for 2nd and 3rd places.

Both events will be held at Ye Olde Ocean fun pub in Fanabe, with Gordon Slayney hosting the shows. All participants must arrive with a completed application form, including a photograph and their five-euro entry fee. Given the interest shown in the event, we would advise you to arrive early for registration as the first act will go on stage at 1pm. No applicants will be accepted after 4pm. Each act will have a maximum of five minutes to showcase

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Dog of the week Tais, who is about five years old, is sterilised, vaccinated and chipped - and she’s fine with other dogs, cats and children alike. She was rescued from a terrace by Live Arico PAWS and is being looked after by Elaine Carter, of Country Pets Hotel. If you would like more information about Tais, please ring Sue Havenhand on 629 388 102. Our usual 140 euro adoption fee of for a female applies. Happy shopping Come and browse in our charity shops at Los Cristianos, Calle Reveron, near the children’s playpark, between 10am-4pm daily, or at Siobhan’s Aladins Cave in San Eugenio, near Amandas Bar and opposite Hotel La Nina. Both shops are closed Sundays.

Elaine Morgan, an original Swallow

ELAINE MORGAN, a founder member of The Swallows club, died peacefully in her sleep on Tuesday, 9th July. She passed away at Tenchley Manor Nursing Home, Selsey, Sussex, in a room overlooking the English Channel Elaine, greatly loved and remembered for her zest and enthusiasm while organising the gentler walks and dances, was best known for her work with the popular art group, which she ran for 23 years. She was also

acknowledged for her work and support of local charities, together with her voluntary work concerning the English Educational Centre. At her request, there will be a “Celebration of her Life” on 15th August, at Memorial Woodlands, near Thornbury, South Gloucestershire, where her ashes will be buried. This will be followed by a Memorial Meal here in Tenerife at Kiki Riki in the autumn, when the Swallows return. For more details, contact annplummer@ hotmail.com

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And the winners IN sweltering temperatures, 72 players tee’d off at 10am in the eagerly-awaited Cyder Cup at Amarilla Golf on Saturday.

The event was sponsored by Blacktower Financial Management in aid of local charity Helping Hands, which helps

disadvantaged children in Tenerife. The match, between Blacktower Financial Management and Oasis Fm, was on a two-man Texas Scramble Format with Ryder Cup scoring. Ally Kerr, Director, Blacktower Financial Management said: ”It was a day that produced a mixture of stress, fun, sunshine and smiles, but with one common

goal: the Helping Hands charity.” Oasis Fm won the overall contest, and there were also individual trophies up for grabs. The Best Round (gross) prize was awarded to Fergal Flaherty and his partner, Cormack Lynch, with 67. Best Round (handicap) went to father-and-son duo Pedro and Jorge Rodriguez, with 68.7.

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The Nearest the Pin trophies went to Bunny Lightfoot (hole 2), James Delooper (hole 5) and Davina Howard on the 18th. The Longest Drive of the day was produced by Wayne Knight on hole 9. And, in comparison, the Worst Drive was Kealen Finn’s on hole 1! Adi Benson, who captained the Blacktower team, said: “Fair play

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to Oasis, they DID have the better side. But everyone had fun, the format was amazing and there is no real shame in being a loser. In fact, I’m quite used to it!” Roscoe, joint captain of the winners, said: “It was a great day of golf. The event was a raging success, and lifting the Cyder Cup just made it all so sweeter.” Chris Elkington, Em-

can Media Managing Director and Oasis Fm’s other captain, wrapped up a brilliant event by surmising: “It was a great day, and I’m delighted that Blacktower Financial Management came on board, not only as sponsors of the event but challengers as well. “It was different from the normal format and I hope everyone had a good day.”

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Perhaps you are pursuing a career opportunity, or simply a change of scenery to the place you have always adored. We really want to hear from you, and this is the opportunity to make sure your voice is heard. Whatever initiated your move The Expat Survey invites you to share your opinions on a variety of topics. While there are the usual questions requiring you to tick boxes, the research study breaks away from convention and inquires about your experience. Have your expectations been fulfilled? What do you miss about home? Have you any tips and advice for others contemplating a move to a new continent? Your input will make a valuable contribution to understanding how those residing outside their country of origin can be supported, so that organisations and companies specialising in servicing expat communities and individuals can understand their needs better. In a world of rapid change and volatile economies, with the diversification and consolidation of businesses resulting in employment instability and mounting stress, many have chosen to move overseas in the belief that the grass is greener on the other side. For some it is a permanent move, and for others temporary. In many

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cases, people have moved for a life-style change, while for others there has been no choice. Whether it has proved to be the best or worst decision you’ve ever made, your feedback is essential. The Expat Survey is the largest, independent, research study ever undertaken on migration and expatriate life. Led by the former head of research for BBC World, it does not share any information with third parties and has no links to Governments whatsoever. It is entirely independent and promoted - but not sponsored - by almost 100 publishers and reputable companies servicing expatriates around the world, such as international accountancy firm Chantrey Vellacott DFK, and specialist expat insurance company Clements Worldwide. Conducted as an annual rolling programme, the study comprises three surveys: Migration & Lifestyle (start date 15th July), Retail & Finance (start date 10th September) and Travel & Health (start date 5th November). While the main thrust of each survey lasts eight weeks, all surveys will remain live until 31st December, so that a continual collection of responses takes place. Those who complete all three surveys are automatically entered into a prize draw to win £1,000, which you can opt to donate to charity if you wish. Please go to www.theexpatsurvey.com to find out more and complete the first survey, which has now gone live.

Ryanair launches new aircraft ads! It was only a matter of time… Ryanair announced on Wednesday that they are offering businesses across the world the chance to advertise their brand on their fleet of 303 Boeing 737-800 aircraft.

They’re promoting on the basis that the ads will reach millions of European passengers through Europe’s largest and cheapest outdoor advertising medium. Currently there are over 1,600 flights per day, connecting 180 destinations in 29 countries, through over 1,600 routes and they will carry approximately (81.5m) international passengers this year. Companies can have their brand featured on four different locations on the Ryanair aircraft, including on the inner and outer winglets,

front fuselage and rear fuselage, for a 12-month period, for a fraction of the price of a newspaper advert. Ryanair’s Robin Kiely said: “Ryanair is Europe’s largest carrier, flying more

aircraft between more airports and carrying more international passengers than any other airline. "And it’s not just low fares that we deliver as we’re now offering businesses the chance

to reach millions of consumers through livery advertising on our fleet of 303 Boeing aircraft, ensuring their brand is featured on Europe’s largest – and cheapest – outdoor advertising medium.”

EasyJet launch flight App EASYJET passengers can now access minute by minute updates about their flight thanks to a new Flight Tracker tool available at easyjet.com and on the easyJet app.

Flight Tracker allows customers jetting off on a summer holiday or business meeting to access live information about their flight up to 48 hours before departure and en route to the airport. In addition to providing traditional departure and arrival information, Flight Tracker gives easyJet passengers supplementary information direct from its operation control centre at London Luton Airport. The system is believed to be an industry first, with no other airline offering

information en mass at an individual flight level. easyJet began trialling Flight Tracker in February 2013, since then nearly 3.5 million passengers have used it to access information about flights at: www. easyjet.com/en/flighttracker Peter Duffy, Marketing Director for easyJet, said: “Flight Tracker is a real innovation in the aviation world and is now available to all

easyJet passengers via our website, the easyJet app or their mobile device. It allows customers – and their friends and family – to gain peace of mind by checking the status of their flight en route to the airport or during periods of adverse weather or strike disruption.” During the peak of summer Flight Tracker will monitor up to 214 easyJet aircraft as they take hundreds of thousands of holidaymakers across Europe, the Middle East and Russia. Updates can be added for one flight, all flights from a specific airport or every flight in a just a matter of seconds. Peter added: “Whilst easyJet is one of Europe’s most on-time airlines, we know that in the rare instance when a flight is delayed keeping our passengers updated is crucial. Now easyJet customers can access live updates

direct from our control centre, explaining what action easyJet is taking and written by the people charged with ensuring they continue their journey safely and as soon as possible. “Flight Tracker has already proved incredibly popular with our customers and in just five months it has received 5 million visits from nearly 3.5 million users. We’re pleased to now offer Flight Tracker to easyJet passengers across Europe via our website, mobile devices and our award winning app.” Flight Tracker is now available on the easyJet app which also allows passengers to download mobile boarding passes to their phone. The award winning app has been downloaded over 5.4 million times, with over 100,000 mobile boarding passes downloaded since May. It is available to download at http://www. easyjet.com/mobile

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It features stories of social media mishaps and takes you on a whistle stop tour around the UK to meet some of the people who got into hot water when they underestimated the power and reach of social networks. The first story features Curtis a former English light welterweight champion boxer who, following online abuse from a troll, decided to live tweet his car journey to confront him. The story went viral, but it all ended well as both agreed to shake hands on ITV breakfast show Daybreak. The second story is about a young Essex lad, Jed, who decided to offer drugs online for a joke. He didn’t realise that one person who got in touch following his post was in fact an undercover reporter. A few weeks later he found himself splashed across the pages of the pages of a Sunday tabloid. The third story is about Janey, a Scottish standup comedian, who on a train journey from Glasgow to London,

overhead a young couple having a blazing row on the train and decided to live tweet the whole exchange blow by blow. The story went global putting her at the centre of an international debate on privacy. The fourth story is about a young man named Louis, a video blogger. He made his name with his ‘extreme eating’ online channel – Food for Louis - which involved his friends challenging him to eat a variety of insects bugs and roadkill. When he decided to eat his pet goldfish and post the video online he found he went too far and the RSPCA turned up at his door. The fifth story features Jamie who was on trial

as part of a drug-related case. She was acquitted of the charges against her, but once back at home she received an inbox message from someone who turned out to be one of the jurors on the case. When this came to light, both found themselves back in court, making legal history along the way. The sixth story features Sonny, a 12-year-old schoolboy who thought it might be fun to hitch a ride on his skateboard on the back of a 40 ton lorry as it sped through his local town. He was filmed whilst riding the lorry and his ‘prank’ was uploaded to the internet. The video went viral, attracting media attention and landing Sonny in trouble with his parents, and the police. The seventh story is about a ‘Gangnam Style’ video parody, organised by the headmaster and entire teaching staff at the Mount Carmel school in Accrington in the North West. When it was posted online, it went viral and a local councillor was not

impressed and made his views clear to the local paper. The story went national and the school found itself at the centre of a media storm. The eightH story features Sarah Jane, a Welsh mum, who took her then 4-monthold son to her eldest daughter Kerry’s live music gig. Whilst at the gig, someone took a photo of her and the baby and posted it online. This prompted a huge response and Sarah Jane found herself in the national press. The ninth story features fashion blogger Poppy, who discovered that some of her innocent holiday snaps had been taken from a social media site and posted onto a US based porn site. When Poppy found out, she contacted the site, but had no response. After researching her legal rights, she fought to get the pictures taken down through the host provider. The tenth story features accountant, Paul. On discovering Robin Hood airport was closed due to heavy snow, he tweeted a misjudged joke about blowing up the airport in frustration. It was 140 characters that would change the course of his life. Paul ended up being arrested and taken to court. The case and subsequent appeals went on for almost two years.

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Friday Friday Friday 06:00 ........................... Daybreak

09:15 .....................Heir Hunters

06:00 ................. Homes Under the Hammer

10:00 ................... Homes Under the Hammer

07:00................... The Specials 07:30 ................. Bargain Hunt

09:25 ........................ The Jeremy Kyle Show

11:00..................... The Specials

08:15 .............Don't Get Done, Get Dom

06:00 ............................Breakfast

11:30............................ Escape to the Country

17:15 ............................ Pointless

Engine Trouble. Dominic Littlewood comes to the aid of ordinary people who are having a consumer nightmare. Three weeks after taking her car in for a routine service, Angie was driving along when her engine suddenly failed. She believes a mistake was made during the service which caused the car to suddenly lose all its oil, but the garage who carried out the service say it is nothing to do with them. It is up to Dom to get to the bottom of what happened and try and get Angie back on the road. Plus, do we have more rights buying online than on the high street?

18:00......... BBC News at Six

09:00................................... Golf

12:15.................... Bargain Hunt 13:00.............BBC News at One 13:30 ......... BBC London News 13:45 .......................... Land Girls 14:30 ..........................Only Fools and Horses 15:00 ..........................Only Fools and Horses 15:30 ......................... Perfection 16:15................................ Flog It!

18:30..... BBC London News 19:00............The One Show 19:30..........Nigel Slater's W C Dish of the Day choice 20:00 ................ EastEnders 20:30 .................... Sherlock 22:00 ....... BBC News at Ten 22:25..... BBC London News 22:35.... Would I Lie to You? 23:05 ................... Pramface Comedy series about two teenagers trying, and often failing, to come to terms with parenthood. Laura and Jamie are struggling to cope with the everyday challenges of raising their baby, so the last thing they need is a big family event. But the christening is looming and they are nowhere near ready for it. Mike is desperate to prove himself worthy of being a godfather, much to atheist Beth's irritation. Keith is forced to take temping work at the toy shop to help pay for the christening, but finds it hard to cope when he discovers his new supervisor is his son. All is not well with Laura's family either. Janet is trying to put a halt to the christening, which she feels will bring public shame on the family. Part of Laura would like the whole christening to go away too, but Jamie, under pressure from his family, is saying they can't back out. As the relatives arrive, squabble and criticise, Jamie and Laura are feeling the pressure and they haven't even managed to agree on a name yet.

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The Open Championship. Hazel Irvine introduces live and continuous coverage from round two of the 2013 Open Championship in Muirfield, Scotland. South Africa's Ernie Els lifted the famous Claret Jug last year when he took advantage of a dramatic collapse of form by Australia's Adam Scott in the final round. Scott has since gone on to win this year's Masters and is expected to challenge here, while there will be huge interest in England's Justin Rose, who became the first Englishman to win the US Open in 40 years with victory at the Merion course.

20:00................... Celebrity Mastermind 20:30..... Gardeners' World 21:00 ..........Natural World David Attenborough narrates the charming and fascinating story of some real life animal romantics. There are showoffs and singers, dancers and fighters, stories of undercover affairs and heart-warming devotion. These include a male polar bear that plays hard to get, a lemur whose odour bags him a mate and a lizard who is tender and faithful to the very end. It reveals that animals can be loving, complex, funny and inventive.

22:00.............................. QI 22:30 ............... Newsnight 23:05.....T in the Park 2013 Highlights

08:30 ..............................Lorraine

10:30 .................... This Morning 11:25 ............................ITV News 11:30 .................... This Morning 12:30 .... Let's Do Lunch... With Gino and Mel 13:30............................. ITV News and Weather 14:00 .........The Hungry Sailors 15:00 ........................ Dickinson's Real Deal 16:00 ....................Tipping Point 17:00 ..........................The Chase 18:00...... ITV News London 18:30 ............. ITV News and Weather 19:00................ Emmerdale 19:30 ..... Coronation Street 20:00 ............Harbour Lives Ben Fogle heads out on patrol with a woman who has arguably the best job in the world - running Sandbanks beach. Tracey Moore is the lucky person who can call the three miles of golden sands her office and Ben joins her to see if the job is as amazing as it looks on paper. This week, the beach is hosting the annual Sandpolo championships, as well as a fashion show complete with a catwalk on the beach. Both events will attract some of Poole's glitterati and beautiful people. Later, he meets the local chef Paul Dayman who is attempting to break the world record for the biggest ever portion of fish and chips.

20:30 ..... Coronation Street 21:00 .................Doc Martin With the departure of Dr Dibbs, Dr Martin Ellingham moves back into his old surgery, agreeing to stay for a couple of months until a replacement can be appointed. Determined to get to grips with fatherhood, he asks Louisa to move into his house so he can help to raise their child. At the funeral of his Aunt Joan, Martin shocks the villagers when his eulogy becomes a health warning about the dangers of eating the wrong food.

22:00 ................ ITV News at Ten and Weather 22:35 ....................Gladiator

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y Friday Friday Friday 19th July 06:10......................... The Hoobs 07:05 .. Hugh's 3 Good Things 07:15 ............ According to Jim 07:40 ................. Will and Grace 08:30............. Everybody Loves Raymond 09:35 .................................Frasier 11:00...Secret Millionaire USA 12:00 .............. Channel 4 News Summary 12:05 ................. Grand Designs Australia 13:05 ..................Johnny Guitar 15:10....................... Countdown 16:00................Deal or No Deal 17:00 .......... Brendan's Magical Mystery Tour 17:30 ...... Come Dine with Me 18:00 ............The Simpsons 18:30 .................. Hollyoaks 19:00 ........ Channel 4 News 19:55 ...... Ramadan Diaries 20:00...........Four Rooms CW choice 21:00 .....The Million Pound Drop Live 22:35 ............... PhoneShop 23:40 .......... Trojan Donkey

06:00.....................Children's TV 08:15 ..........................Peppa Pig 08:30 .........Milkshake Monkey 08:35 .... Roary the Racing Car

06:00 ........................Emmerdale 06:55............. Planet's Funniest Animals

08:50....... Bananas in Pyjamas

07:25 ........................ The Jeremy Kyle Show USA

09:00 ........................ Tickety Toc

08:10......You've Been Framed!

09:15 ..............The Wright Stuff

08:40.........................Judge Judy

11:10 .......... Emergency Bikers

09:35....... Peter Andre: My Life

12:10 .........5 News Lunchtime

10:35...... The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills

12:15 ....................... Big Brother 13:15 .............Home and Away 13:45 ...................... Neighbours 14:20 ...................The Mentalist 15:15... Deadly Sibling Rivalry 17:00 .......................5 News at 5 17:30 ...................... Neighbours 18:00.........Home and Away 18:30 ............Newstalk Live 19:00 ....................... Cricket 20:00 ..........World's Busiest Airport 21:00 ................Big Brother

06:05 ........................MasterChef Australia

06:00 ........................... Switched

08:00 ...................... Doctor Who

07:05..................... One Tree Hill

09:00 ................................The Bill

07:50 .......................... Desperate Housewives

11:00 ................... Covert Affairs 12:00................................ Wanted Down Under

08:40 .................................Scrubs

13:00................ Fantasy Homes by the Sea

09:40 ..................................90210

14:00........................... Lifeguard

11:35........................... Charmed

14:30 ................... Bondi Rescue

12:30.......................... Hollyoaks

15:00 .......................... My Family

13:00...How I Met Your Mother

17:00 ....................... Traffic Cops

14:00................................ Scrubs

18:00 ................ Coastguard Florida

15:00 ........................... Charmed

19:00 ................... Lifeguard

17:00...How I Met Your Mother

19:30 .............Bondi Rescue

18:00....The Big Bang Theory 19:00 .................. Hollyoaks

18:00..........The Jeremy Kyle Show USA

20:00..................... Dynamo: Magician Impossible

19:00 ...You've Been Framed!

21:00................ Dangerman

20:00................. Very Best of You've Been Framed!

22:00 ................. Daredevils

20:00........................ The Big Bang Theory

21:00....Beverly Hills Cop III

11:30 ..................The Millionaire Matchmaker 12:30 ........................Emmerdale 13:30 ........................Judge Judy 14:00...The Jeremy Kyle Show 16:10 ..... The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills 17:05...................The Millionaire Matchmaker

22:30 ..............Big Brother's Bit on the Side

21:00................The Mummy

23:30 ................Big Brother

23:25............Celebrity Juice

23:00 .................... Guinness World Records Gone Wild

06:00........ Football's Next Star

06:00 ........Nothing to Declare

07:10..................................... Tribe

06:00 ...........................Fish Town

07:00.............................. Brainiac: Science Abuse

06:30 ........Nothing to Declare

08:00.............. Storage Hunters

07:00 ..........................................ER

07:00 ........Nothing to Declare

09:00............................. Top Gear

08:00 ...............Dog the Bounty Hunter

08:00 .......Star Trek: Enterprise

08:00 ............... Vet Adventures

11:00 ......Man v Food Greatest Moments

09:00 .......................Blue Bloods

12:00 ..............Storage Hunters

11:00 .......................Blue Bloods

09:00 .......... NCIS: Los Angeles 10:00 .......... NCIS: Los Angeles 11:00 .......... NCIS: Los Angeles 12:00 ................... Hawaii Five-0

09:00 ..............UK Border Force 10:00 ................Criminal Minds 12:00 ............. CSI: Crime Scene Investigation

13:00............................. Top Gear 15:00 ......Man v Food Greatest Moments

13:00................... Hawaii Five-0

13:00 ............. CSI: Crime Scene Investigation

15:00 ...................Stargate SG-1

14:00 ................Criminal Minds

17:00............................. Top Gear

16:00....................Stargate SG-1

16:00............... Vet Adventures

18:00..................... Top Gear

17:00 .................. The Simpsons

17:00 ..............UK Border Force

17:30 ................Modern Family

18:00.... Nothing to Declare

19:00 ................ Man v Food Greatest Moments

18:30............ The Simpsons

19:00.........CSI: Crime Scene Investigation

20:00 ........Storage Hunters

20:00 ........UK Border Force

22:00 ................. Dave's One Night Stand

20:00 ..........Modern Family 21:00 .................Revolution 22:00 ............ Hawaii Five-0 23:00 ................. Strike Back Project Dawn

21:00 ......... Criminal Minds 22:00.................... Hannibal 23:00 .........................Bones

19th July - 25th July 2013

06:20.................................. 90210

16:00 ..............Storage Hunters

21:00 ...........................QI XL

23:00 ..........Mock the Week 23:40........ Russell Howard's Good News Extra

10:00 ............................................R 12:00 .............................Star Trek: Enterprise 13:00...................................House 14:00 ..................................House 15:00 .......................Blue Bloods 16:00 .............................Star Trek: Enterprise 17:00 ..........................................ER 18:00 .........................House 19:00 .........................House

09:10 ... Rules of Engagement 10:35 .....................One Tree Hill

16:00 ... Rules of Engagement

19:30 ...................How I Met Your Mother

20:30 ...................How I Met Your Mother

07:00 ..................Good Morning Sports Fans 09:00 ............................. Ringside 10:00 .............. Barclays Premier League World 10:30 ....................Super League Superstars 11:00 ..........................20 Years of Blackpool Darts 12:00 ............................. Ringside 13:00....... Super Rugby Union 15:00.............................. Ringside 16:00 ....... Super Rugby Union 18:00 ............ Football Gold 18:30 ..................20 Years of Blackpool Darts

20:00.................. The British

19:30 .............. Rugby Super League

21:00.............The Following

22:00 ............ Football Gold

22:00 .......... The Newsroom

22:30 ......... Premier League Years

23:15 ............. Ray Donovan

W C choice

Nigel Slater's Dish of the Day BBC1, 19:30

Nigel Slater returns with a new cookery series, in which he shows how - with a bit of culinary creativity - he turns the contents of his weekly shop into seven delicious dishes, one for every day of the week. Along the way, he proves that adding new flavours to everyday ingredients can make them sensational, shows how he makes the most of a glut or a special offer at the shops, and how to create culinary magic in just one pan.

Four Rooms Channel 4, 20:00

Members of the public attempt to sell their curious collectables for life-changing sums of money. Some of Britain's top wheeler dealers wait in four separate rooms, each prepared to spend their own personal fortunes if an item they desire comes through their door. Each seller must remember the golden rule: if they turn down a deal, they can never return to that room. In this episode the four dealers - Alex Proud, Gordon Watson, Celia Sawyer and Johnny Elichaoff - are tempted by, among other things, a 16thcentury silver figure, a rare processional cross and a dress worn by a Lady Gaga waxwork.

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Saturday

Saturday

06:00 ............................Breakfast

06:00 ................ This is BBC Two

10:00 ......................................Golf

06:35 ......................Wagon Train

12:00 ..........................BBC News

07:35 ...................The Big Street

12:05 ......... BBC London News

09:00 ............................ A History of Scotland

12:10 ......................................Golf 18:10................... BBC News 18:20 .... BBC London News 18:30 ............ Raiders of the Lost Ark 20:20............... The National Lottery: In It to Win It

10:00............ Saturday Kitchen Best Bites 11:30 .............What to Eat Now 12:00............... The A to Z of TV Cooking 12:45.......................... University Challenge 13:15......................... EastEnders Omnibus 15:10 ...........Wild Shepherdess with Kate Humble

Saturday Numbers for 20 July are: Bonus Ball

21:10 .....................Casualty 22:00 .....Mrs. Brown's Boys Comedy series about a loudmouthed Irish matriarch. With Dermot and Maria's wedding just weeks away, the Brown household is in crisis. Agnes Brown's son Dermot wants to ask his childhood friend Buster to be best man, but Agnes has set her heart on her eldest boy Mark. On top of this, the husband of Mrs Brown's close friend Winnie is rushed to hospital and needs money to pay for an operation. Will Mrs Brown be able to help?

22:30................... BBC News 22:50 ..................... Face/Off The ordeal of superheroic, singularly dedicated FBI agent Sean Archer is only beginning after finally capturing his archnemesis, Castor Troy, an elusive, maniacal terrorist who claimed the life of Archer's son. While Troy languishes in a coma, Archer surgically "borrows" Troy's face in an attempt to gather evidence about Troy's last bomb which is currently ticking away in a Los Angeles office building.

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Kate Humble lives with shepherds in some of the most extreme environments on earth, discovering how the relationship between shepherd and flock has played a crucial role in human history. In the first film, Kate, who bought her own farm in Wales two years ago, treks for two days in Afghanistan to reach the wild and remote mountains of the Wakhan Corridor to live with some of the most traditional shepherds on earth. The Wakhi shepherds of north-east Afghanistan are one of the world's last truly traditional herding cultures. The Wakhi live as they have done for thousands of years, at the mercy of nature and utterly dependent on their animals for survival. Though she learns that there is nothing romantic about life in such a tough environment, Kate discovers strong, proud people, whose close and vital bond with their animals echoes the ten thousand year-old relationship between shepherd and flock.

16:10 .................................Flog It! Paul Martin and experts Adam Partridge and Will Axon are in Darlington. Up for auction are some intriguing Austrian postcards, an elegant tea caddy and a set of medals which almost didn't make it to the valuation day. Paul also gets the chance to don his riding hat and spend some time with the Cleveland Mounted Police.

17:10 ........................... Escape to the Country 18:10 ............................ Golf 19:40 ................ Dad's Army 20:10 ......... David Starkey's Music and Monarchy 21:10 ..........Top of the Lake 22:10 ...........................QI XL

06:00 .........Jake and the Never Land Pirates 06:15 .........Jake and the Never Land Pirates 06:25 ..........................Poppy Cat 06:50 ............................ Canimals 07:10 ..........................Bookaboo 07:20 .................Kick Buttowski: Suburban Daredevil 07:35 .... The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes 08:00...................... Gravity Falls 08:25 ............................ITV News 08:30...................... Dinner Date 09:25 ........................ The Jeremy Kyle Show USA 10:15 ......... Murder, She Wrote 11:15 ..................Saturday Farm 12:15 .............................ITV News and Weather 12:25..........All Star Mr and Mrs 13:25 ..........................The Chase 14:25 ...................All Star Family Fortunes 15:10 ...... Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone 18:00.................... ITV News 18:30................ You've Been Framed! 19:30 ...... Your Face Sounds Familiar Alesha Dixon and Paddy McGuinness host the fourth instalment of the comedy entertainment series in which six celebrities transform themselves into some of the greatest music superstars of all time. They must impress the judging panel of Emma Bunton, Julian Clary and this week's special guest Denise van Outen - as well as the viewers at home - to win money for their favourite charities. However, The Randomiser alone chooses which musician each contestant will be impersonating next, whether male or female! Taking part are Alexander Armstrong, Bobby Davro, Cheryl Fergison, Denise Lewis, Matt Johnson and Natalie Anderson.

20:45 ............All Star Family Fortunes 21:45 ...........The Americans 22:45 ............. ITV News and Weather 23:00 ......................Fearless

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Saturday

Saturday

06:00 .........The Treacle People

06:00.....................Children's TV

06:10 ........................ The Hoobs

09:25 .... Roary the Racing Car

06:00 ............Coronation Street Omnibus

07:00 ........................... Caterham Motorsports

09:40 ........................Jelly Jamm

07:25 .............Mobil 1 The Grid 08:00........... The Morning Line 09:00 .............Everybody Loves Raymond

06:00 ........................Being Erica 06:45 .................................. Greek

08:20.....Emmerdale Omnibus

06:25....................... Who Do You Think You Are? USA

10:00 ................Power Rangers: Samurai

11:20 ....Dinner Date Australia

07:05.................................The Bill

12:20 ........................Happy Feet

08:35 ....................Gok's Clothes Roadshow

10:35 ......................Batman: The Brave and the Bold

Animated adventure. Mumble is a young emperor penguin, but he is not like the others. Emperors are born to sing, but Mumble can't. Instead he has a unique talent: dancing. Being different is not easy, and eventually Mumble finds himself cast out from the emperor penguins' community and on the adventure of a lifetime with a group of carefree adelie penguins. On his travels he discovers the real cause of the fish shortage which is threatening the penguin population, and vows to do something to save them all before it is too late.

08:00 ................................The Bill 09:00................................ The Bill

09:40 ......................... Ugly Betty

10:00 ................................The Bill

10:35 .................................Scrubs

11:00 ..................Outnumbered

11:05 .................................Scrubs

11:40.................. Outnumbered

12:00..................................... Glee

12:20...................Outnumbered

13:00 ........................... Charmed

13:00 ....................... Traffic Cops

14:00 ..................................90210

14:20............... Motorway Cops

15:00.... Rules of Engagement

17:00.................. Outnumbered

15:30.... Rules of Engagement

10:55........... Inside Hollywood 11:05....................... Big Brother

11:10.................................The Big Bang Theory

12:30 ....... The Hotel Inspector Returns

12:00 .................. The Simpsons

13:30 ..............Cowboy Traders

12:30............. Undercover Boss Canada

14:30 ................................CSI: NY

13:30 ........... Channel 4 Racing

16:15 ................................CSI: NY

16:10 ...... Come Dine with Me 16:40 ...... Come Dine with Me

17:15 .............. Jesse Stone: Sea Change

17:10 ...... Come Dine with Me

18:55 .......5 News Weekend

17:45...... Come Dine with Me

19:00 ....................... Cricket

18:45 ........ Channel 4 News

20:00........................... NCIS

19:15 ...... Ramadan Diaries

20:55............................ NCIS

15:25 ................................CSI: NY

CW 21:50 .......5 News Weekend choice

20:20..... The Million Pound Drop Live 22:00 ............The American

06:00 .........Emergency Animal Rescue 07:00....................................... Spy 08:00 ............................ Diversity 09:00 ...............World Wrestling Entertainment Superstars 10:00 ......................... Road Wars 11:00 ............................ A League of Their Own 12:00 ............The Lone Ranger: Unmasked 12:30 ............................ Monsters University Special 13:00 ......... Greggs: More Than Meats the Pie 14:00 ..... Stargate Continuum 15:50 ...........................Futurama 17:00 .........Diversity in Dublin 18:00............ The Simpsons 20:00 ..........Micro Monsters with David Attenborough 20:30...........Micro Monsters Behind the Scenes

July

06:00...............Elephant Diaries

10:00................................. Frasier

19:20.......Grand Designs

20th

22:00 ................Big Brother

23:00 ..............Big Brother's Bit on the Psych

14:25 .....You've Been Framed!

More semi-improvised laughs in the popular sitcom. The Brockmans must try to endure the hell of being trapped in a foreign airport, where a game of 'I Spy' takes an unexpected turn.

19:00 ..............Suburgatory

16:55 ............................Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back

19:00..... Who Do You Think You Are? USA

19:25 ...................How I Met Your Mother

19:30 ..............Mamma Mia! 21:45 ........... Deep Blue Sea 23:55 ....................Lemon La Vida Loca

21:00 ................Dance Flick

21:00 ...............The Fugitive 23:40 ................ Traffic Cops

23:45 ....................... The Big Bang Theory

06:00......................... FIFA Futbol Mundial

08:00 .............................Top Gear

07:00............................... Seinfeld

08:00 ................................. RSPCA Animal Rescue

10:00 ..........Lizard Lick Towing

08:00 ....................The Mortified Sessions

11:00 ....................... The Biggest Loser USA

11:00 ...................Megatruckers

10:30 ..........Lizard Lick Towing 11:30 ...................Megatruckers 12:00 .......................Man v Food 12:30 .......................Man v Food 13:00 .............................Top Gear 14:00 .............................Top Gear 15:00 ...................Megatruckers

17:00 ........Nothing to Declare

15:30 ...................Megatruckers

17:30.........Nothing to Declare

16:00 .............................Top Gear

18:30.... Nothing to Declare

18:00 .... Total Wipeout USA

19:00................ Elementary

19:00................ Man v Food

20:00................ Elementary

20:00................. Traffic Cops

21:00 ....................Hannibal

21:00 ...........................QI XL

22:00 ................. CSI: Miami

22:00 .......... Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead

23:00 ........CSI: Crime Scene Investigation

19th July - 25th July 2013

20:30 ......... Happy Endings

20:00 ..... Who Do You Think You Are? USA

06:30 ........Nothing to Declare

16:00 .......Britain and Ireland's Next Top Model

18:00........................ The Big Bang Theory

18:20............ Outnumbered

06:00 ...................Urban Secrets

15:00 ................Four Weddings

17:25...........The Mindy Project

17:40 ..................Outnumbered

07:10 ..................... Driving Wars

14:00 ....................Fat: The Fight for My Life

16:00.... Rules of Engagement

15:55...... Funniest Ever You've Been Framed!

06:00 ........Nothing to Declare

13:00 ................................. Obese

07:30 .......... Make it or Break it

09:00........................... Inside the Actors Studio 11:00............................... Inside... 12:00 ..........................................ER 13:00 ..........................................ER 14:00 ..........................................ER 15:00 .......................Blue Bloods 16:00 .......................Blue Bloods 18:00 .................... Star Trek: Enterprise 19:00 .................... Star Trek: Enterprise

22:40 .....The Inbetweeners

06:30 .................................. Rugby Super League 08:30.................................... Super Rugby Union 10:30.................. Lions Legends 11:00..................... Rugby Super League 13:00 ................................... Super Rugby Union 15:00 ..........................20 Years of Blackpool Darts 16:00.............. Sporting Heroes 17:00 ................................... Super Rugby Union

20:00 ........................ Smash

19:00 ....... World Matchplay Darts

21:00 ................The Borgias

23:00 ............ Football Gold

22:05............. Ray Donovan

23:15 ............ Football Gold

23:20 .... Boardwalk Empire

23:30.....Football's Greatest

W C choice

Grand Designs Channel 4, 19:20

When Jonathan Belsey's marriage ended, he left the family home and bought a plot of land just down the road, on a mission to build a house that would be exciting to look at, cheap to run, and ecologically sound. He's a scientist and this will be the great experiment he's dreamt of. By the time building begins he has met his new partner Lindsay, who he manages to convince to buy into his dream. The house will now be their first home together, with room for their combined family of four daughters. The design and construction is high risk. The mix of untested technology and uncompromising use of materials means a constant battle between comfort and ideology. The house will be carbon neutral, heated only by the sun, with power supplied by a massive wind turbine. Jonathan and Lindsay's build is a battle, with technologies that don't work, a design that's uncompromising, and a budget that runs out far too quickly. But with every penny sunk into it, this house has to work.

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Sunday Sunday Sun 06:00 ............................Breakfast

07:05 .....................Split Second

09:00 .......................The Andrew Marr Show

08:30 ..................... Monty Don's French Gardens

10:00 ................................Sunday Morning Live

09:30 ........... Gardeners' World

11:00 ......................................Golf 12:30 ..........................BBC News 12:40 ......................................Golf 19:00 .................... Celebrity Mastermind 19:30 .................. BBC News 20:00 ................ Countryfile Essex. Julia Bradbury and Matt Baker head for Essex, where Julia tests her mettle walking one of the country's most dangerous footpaths. Matt joins the kids learning all about food by growing it themselves. Tom Heap looks at a new European agreement that will affect our farmers, our landscape and even our pockets.

21:00 ...... The White Queen Dramatic adaptation of Philippa Gregory's novels set during the Wars of the Roses. The crown is secure, but there is no peace at court. Elizabeth suffers more emotional turmoil as she loses those closest to her. Margaret Beaufort plans a political marriage to bring Henry home from exile - but has she met her match in Lord Stanley? Anne's marriage made her a traitor, so she is handed into George's care. His motives for keeping her away from court are questioned by Richard, who fears for Anne's safety.

22:00 ................... BBC News 22:25 ..................... Nick and Margaret: We All Pay Your Benefits In an ambitious experiment, Nick Hewer and Margaret Mountford want to discover how much benefit is enough to live on and if work is worth it. Four claimants and four taxpayers come faceto-face to explore each other's lives, examine their values and speak their minds. In this second episode, the experiment is reversed as the claimants spend time with the taxpayers. Getting up early, working alongside them through long shifts and seeing the effects on family life, the claimants get a taste of the reality of working life. They must decide if they think that work is worth it. With the battle lines drawn between 'scroungers' and 'strivers', this series brings the two sides together to discover if any of them can agree.

23:25........................ Luther

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06:00..................... Jake and the Never Land Pirates 06:15 .....................Jake and the Never Land Pirates

10:00 .............Saturday Kitchen Best Bites

06:25 ......................... Poppy Cat

11:30 ...............Raymond Blanc: How to Cook Well

06:50 ............................Canimals

Poaching. Episode 1. Raymond Blanc believes becoming a good cook is all about mastering the basic techniques. Raymond taught himself to be a Michelin star chef. But first, he had to understand what happens to food when you cook it different ways. Once you know what is happening when you roast, fry, poach etc then you can cook anything. After forty years of trial and error, Raymond wants to share what he has learnt. This episode is all about poaching - cooking in a hot liquid without boiling. Raymond loves it as a technique. It conserves and enhances flavours of delicate ingredients while keeping them in perfect shape. He starts his master class with a simple poached egg and tomato fondue, big tip, don't use an old egg!

12:00 ........................ Easy Virtue 13:30 ...........The Way We Were 15:25 ...................................Coast 15:55 ............................Escape to the Country 16:55................ Songs of Praise

06:40 ......................... Poppy Cat 07:00 ............................Canimals 07:10 ......................... Bookaboo 07:20 ................Kick Buttowski: Suburban Daredevil 07:35 ..................The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes 08:00 ........................Sonny with a Chance 08:25 ........................... ITV News 08:30 ................ Country House Sunday 09:25 ....................... The Jeremy Kyle Show USA 10:20 .........Murder, She Wrote 11:20 ............................ITV News and Weather 11:30 ........................... Columbo 13:30 ...........Love Your Garden 14:30 ..............................Dragnet 16:25 ..............A Touch of Frost 18:30 ......ITV News London

17:30.................. Natural World

19:00 ............ Tipping Point

18:30.............. Indian Ocean with Simon Reeve

20:00....All Star Mr and Mrs 21:00.....Law and Order: UK

19:30 .......Wild Cameramen at Work

22:00 ....................ITV News

Series in which five of the best wildlife cameramen in the world spotlight some of their favourite natural history moments. In this edition, Gordon Buchanan and Mark Smith reveal how the wildlife tracking skills they learned at home in Scotland enabled them to film some of the natural world's most intimate moments, including wild pandas mating and snow leopards hunting. Narrated by David Attenborough.

20:00 .................... Top Gear 21:00 ........... The Secret Life of Uri Geller 22:00...................... MotoGP 23:00 ......... Mock the Week 23:30 ...............What a Load of Buzzcocks

22:15.................. The Talent Show Story Victoria Wood narrates the documentary series looking back at the history of talent shows on British TV. This final episode lifts the lid on the talent show judges, including the roles they play in creating stars and the sometimes bitter rivalry between members of the panel. Some of the most famous names on television - including Gary Barlow, Amanda Holden, Piers Morgan, Tulisa Contostavlos, Pete Waterman, Dannii Minogue and Louis Walsh - reveal what it is really like to be a judge. There is also a look at how Britain's Got Talent helped bring dance back to the country's screens, and the story behind Pop Idol and its BBC rival Fame Academy.

23:15.....Murder, She Wrote

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nday Sunday Sunday 21st July 06:00 ........................ The Treacle People

06:00.....................Children's TV

06:10 ........................ The Hoobs 07:05.................. Ironman 2013 07:30 .......................Seen 2 Help Slateman Triathlon 07:55 .............Everybody Loves Raymond 08:30 .................................Frasier

08:45....................... Rupert Bear

06:00 ...................... Who Do You Think You Are? USA

09:00 ................Ben and Holly's Little Kingdom

06:50 ........................ Emmerdale Omnibus

06:45.......................... Sanctuary

06:25 ....................Gok's Clothes Roadshow

07:40.......................... Sanctuary

09:40 ............Coronation Street Omnibus

09:30 ........................... Roary the Racing Car

12:10 ............................America's Got Talent

09:45........................ Jelly Jamm

14:00....................... You've Been Framed! Kids Special

A young artist with an uncanny ability to draw remarkably detailed pictures from memory may be the key to a solving a case surrounding the suspicious death of his abusive father. But it will take Will's forensic profiling to determine if the boy's drawings are inspired by reality or simply a terrifyingly vivid imagination.

07:15 .......... Make it or Break it

09:15 .................................. Toby's Travelling Circus

09:30 ................Sunday Brunch

10:00 ................Power Rangers: Samurai

12:30 ................................The Big Bang Theory

10:35 ......................Batman: The Brave and the Bold

13:25 .................. The Simpsons

11:00 ...........Inside Hollywood

14:30................Jungle 2 Jungle

11:05 ....................... Big Brother

12:00 ..............BB BOTS: Rylan's Supersized 17:35....................The Death W C Celebrity Sunday and Life of choice 13:00 ..........................Mermaids Charlie St. Cloud 15:05 .............................. Michael 19:25 ........ Channel 4 News

16:30 ...............Deal or No Deal

19:55 ....................Ramadan Diaries

17:10 ...............................The Kid

20:00 ...........The Plane That Saved Britain

20:00..... Once Upon a Time

21:00 ............ The Returned 22:00 ........The Fourth Kind

06:00 .........The Hour of Power 07:00 .........................Despicable Me 2 Special 07:30 ............The Lone Ranger: Unmasked 08:00 ..... Stargate Continuum 09:50 ...........................Futurama 10:00 ...............World Wrestling Entertainment Superstars 11:00 ............ WWE Experience 12:00 .......................................Spy 13:00 .....................Stargate: The Ark of Truth 15:00 .................. Ashley Banjo's Secret Street Crew 16:00 ......... Greggs: More Than Meats the Pie 17:00....Greatest Little Britons 18:00 ............The Simpsons 18:30 ...................Futurama 19:30 ..........Micro Monsters with David Attenborough 20:00..................... Starlings

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06:00 ........................... Switched

06:00 .........................Beauty and the Geek

19:00 ....................... Cricket 20:55 .......5 News Weekend 21:00 ................Big Brother 22:00....Dumb and Dumber

06:00 ........Nothing to Declare 06:30 ........Nothing to Declare 07:00........ Nothing to Declare 07:30........ Nothing to Declare 08:00 .............. Drop Dead Diva 09:00 ....................... The Biggest Loser USA 11:00 ..............UK Border Force 15:00 ......................Customs UK 16:00 ................Four Weddings 17:00 .......Britain and Ireland's Next Top Model 18:00 .................Britain and Ireland's Next Top Model 19:00.... Nothing to Declare 20:00..............Fat: The Fight of My Life 21:00 ........... Unforgettable 22:00 .............Supernatural 23:00 .............Supernatural

14:50 .....................The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor 17:05 ...........Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi 19:45............ The Incredible Hulk Comic book adaptation. A genetic mutation causes mildmannered Bruce Banner to turn into the green and muscular Incredible Hulk when he gets angry. While he searches for a cure, the military attempt to create their own genetically modified equivalent using one of their soldiers.

22:00 .......................Couples Retreat

07:10............................. Top Gear 08:00 .............................Top Gear 09:00 .....................................Suits 10:00 .....................................Suits 11:00....................... Man v Food 11:30 .......................Man v Food 12:00 .............................Top Gear 14:00 .......................................... QI 15:20 .........Would I Lie to You? 16:00 .............................Top Gear 18:00................................ QI 18:40 ................................QI 19:20 ....................... Would I Lie to You? 20:00 ................Man v Food 21:00........ Russell Howard's Good News 22:00 ....... Russell Howard's Good News 23:00 ....... Russell Howard's Good News

08:10 ......................... Ugly Betty 09:35 .................................Scrubs 10:05 .......Hollyoaks Omnibus 12:40 .....................................Glee 13:35 ........................... Charmed 14:35 .......................... How I Met Your Mother

10:00 ...........Junior Masterchef Australia

15:00 .......................... How I Met Your Mother

11:00 ....................................Hook

15:35 .......................... How I Met Your Motherr

15:10 ...............Motorway Cops 16:10 ....................................Hook 19:00 .................... Dynamo: Magician Impossible

16:30 ..................................90210 17:25 ..........The Mindy Project 18:00 ....................... The Big Bang Theory 19:30 .....................New Girl

20:00 ...............The Fugitive

20:00 ...................... The Net

22:40 ..... Who Do You Think You Are? USA

22:45 .....The Inbetweeners

22:10 .....The Inbetweeners

23:40 ................ Traffic Cops

23:20 .......................... Skins

06:00 ........................... Inside the Actors Studio

06:00 ......... Football's Greatest

07:00 ....................The Mortified Sessions

07:00 ...................................World Matchplay Darts

08:00 .............................. Seinfeld 08:30 .............................. Seinfeld

11:00 ............................Football's Greatest

09:00 ........................... Inside the Actors Studio

11:30............................ Football's Greatest

10:00 ........................... Inside the Actors Studio

12:00 ..............................Gibraltar Darts Trophy

11:00 ..........................................ER 13:00 ...................Urban Secrets

13:00 ...................................World Matchplay Darts

14:00 ......................... The British

17:00 ...............Sporting Greats

15:00....................... Blue Bloods

17:30 ..............................Gibraltar Darts Trophy

17:00 .............................Star Trek: Enterprise

06:30 ......... Football's Greatest

18:30 .........Sporting Greats

18:00.................... Star Trek: Enterprise

19:00 ....... World Matchplay Darts

20:00.................. The British

23:15............. Football Gold

21:00 ......... Life is Beautiful

23:30 ................... Football's Greatest

23:15 ........... Six Feet Under

The Death and Life of Charlie St. Cloud Channel 4, 17:35

09:05 .................................Scrubs

08:40....................... Doctor Who

13:50 ...............Motorway Cops

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Zac Efron takes the title role in this supernatural romantic fantasy from director Burr Steers. Life is looking good for teenager Charlie St Cloud: in spite of his relatively humble origins, his competitive yachting career is progressing nicely and he has just gained acceptance to an Ivy League School. But all this good stuff is destroyed in an instant when his brother Sam is killed in a car crash. Charlie turns his back on the world and takes a job in the cemetery where Sam is buried. It's here that the supernatural element kicks in, as Charlie can see and interact with the spirits of the dead, which means he can continue to spend time with his beloved sibling. But Charlie's world isn't entirely ethereal and, when he falls for his former classmate - and sailing equal Tess Carroll, he finds himself forced to choose between his love for Tess and that for Sam, between the living and the dead.

BBC and BT Sport claim FA Cup rights 2014-18

The BBC and BT Sport have secured a four-year shared rights deal that will see both broadcasters become home to The FA Cup from 2014. The Football Association, marking its 150th anniversary this year, confirmed the deal in a joint announcement at Wembley Stadium on Wednesday. It will see the return of the most romantic club competition in world football free to view on BBC One and on BT Sport. Led by Gary Lineker, the BBC’s programming will bring together the tradition and heritage of The Cup with the technological innovation BBC audiences have come to expect. All of the action will be available on TV, online, mobile and tablet with live streaming across all devices allowing audiences to capture every moment of the journey. Combined with a raft of support programming and a top-name presentation team, The FA Cup will become an integral part of the BBC One schedule. Jake Humphrey will lead BT Sport’s coverage from the company’s ground-breaking new studios in the Queen Elizabeth Park, Stratford. BT Sport is already due to show live matches from The FA Cup in the 2013-14 season along with live Barclays Premier League matches and a range of top class football from top tier leagues across the world. BBC Director-General Tony Hall says: “Bringing the FA Cup back to the BBC was something I really wanted to do and I am so pleased that we have achieved it for football fans everywhere. “There is something very special about big national moments on the BBC, and the FA Cup should absolutely be one of them. “Working closely with the FA, I believe we will change the way we view the FA Cup forever.” Gavin Patterson, CEO, BT Retail, says: “BT Sport made a determined joint bid to retain The FA Cup rights because we believe it is one of the truly great club football competitions. “We are thrilled to bring our viewers the incredible stories of passion, and victories against all odds, that pepper the history of the competition. These include Leeds United being humbled by Second Division Sunderland in the 1973 final, right up to May this year, when unfancied Wigan Athletic defeated Manchester City at Wembley.

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Monday Monday Mo 06:00 ............................ Breakfast

06:00 ................ This is BBC Two

CW 06:05 ................... Homes Under 09:15 ..................... Heir Hunters choice the Hammer 10:00 ........... Homes Under the 07:05...................... The Specials

09:25 ........................ The Jeremy Kyle Show

11:00 ....................... Fake Britain

07:35 .................... Bargain Hunt

10:30 .................... This Morning

11:30 .......... Helicopter Heroes

08:20 ...............Don't Get Done, Get Dom

11:25............................ ITV News

09:05 ..........................Town with Nicholas Crane

12:30 ...............Let's Do Lunch... With Gino and Mel

13:00 ............BBC News at One 13:30 ..........BBC London News

Long Live Britain

13:45 ...............................Doctors

BBC1, 21.00

15:00 ..........................Only Fools and Horses

Take on the Twisters ITV1, 17.00

14:10 ...........................Land Girls

10:05 .........The Chef's Protege 10:35..................................... Click 11:00........................... BBC News 11:30 ..............BBC World News

15:30 ..........................Only Fools and Horses

12:00 .......................The Maggie

16:00 ..........................Perfection

14:30 .............................Triathlon

16:45 .................................Flog It! 17:15 .............................Pointless 18:00 .........BBC News at Six 18:30 .....BBC London News 19:00 ................The Sheriffs are Coming A look at the work of high court enforcement officers, also known as sheriffs, as they strive to retrieve cash for members of the public that are owed money. In this episode, the sheriffs take on a builder who left a pensioner's roof in a worse state than when he started. Enforcement officers face off against one of the world's largest companies. And can the sheriffs help a farmer who got fleeced after shearing 3,000 sheep without getting paid?

20:00 .................EastEnders 20:30 .................. Panorama Jungle Outlaws: The Chainsaw Trail. Panorama investigates illegal logging in the rainforest and the timber trail from Africa to West Europe. It's a lucrative trade from the stump to the checkout - that's leading to the destruction of new swathes of vital rainforest and begins with the loggers who risk their lives cutting down hundred-yearold trees for just 2.50 pounds a day. Reporter Raphael Rowe spent six months tracking logs from Congo's jungle, and discovers that new timber regulations are failing to stop illegally-felled wood getting into European stores and on to the consumer.

13:30 ...................... Mastermind Hamburg Highlights. Extended highlights of both the men's and women's round six races at the ITU World Triathlon Series in Hamburg. After the triathlon, dubbed probably the toughest race in the world last time out in Kitzbuhel, the series reaches the business end in Germany. There are just two rounds remaining after events in Hamburg and Team GB's Olympic champion Alistair Brownlee could be among the competitors. This time last year Hamburg was the final warm-up for the London 2012 Olympics and it was South Africa's Richard Murray who took the men's honours, ahead of Spain's Javier Gomez, who 17 days later also claimed Olympic silver. Soon-tobe Olympic bronze medallist Erin Densham took victory in Germany last year, but missed the first half of the 2013 World Series through illness.

16:30........... Wild Down Under 17:15 ...... Antiques Roadshow

18:00................... Eggheads Brand new to ITV Daytime for this summer, is Take on the Twisters, a 18:30 .......... Britain's Empty nail-biting quiz show featuring a combination of skill and cunning...and a Homes prize pot of thousands. 19:00..... Indian Ocean with Hosted by Julia Bradbury, Take on the Twisters is a combination of quickSimon Reeve fire and multiple-choice questions allowing viewers of all quizzing abilities 20:00 .................. University to play along at home. Challenge Featuring eight giant timers, the ‘Twisters’, with each running for a 20:30.......................... Count different length of time; contestants must use a combination of knowledge Arthur Strong and strategy to defeat their opponents in the first part of the show in order to then have a go to Take on the Twisters, where they have the 21:00 ....... Rick Stein's India chance to win thousands of pounds. 22:00 ...........What a Load of 21:00...Long Live Britain CW Talking about playing host to Take on the Twisters, Julia says: “It’s choice Buzzcocks fantastically entertaining, completely different and challenging in a whole 22:00........ BBC News at Ten 22:30 ................. Newsnight new way.” 22:35....... Long Live Britain 23:20 ........... The Secret Life Describing the format of the quiz, Julia explains: “Essentially four players 23:20.......Live at the Apollo of Uri Geller are racing each other to take on six giant twisters, which are giant egg timers. It’s a general knowledge marathon that needs not only great general knowledge, they also need a cool head so that they can answer questions against the clock as the twisters run out of time.” Julia continues: “Players will also need to use their wits to work out one another’s strengths and weaknesses, because they are also given the opportunity to twist questions they don’t like on to another player. Get the twist wrong and they can lose control of the game.” Would Julia fancy her chances if she were to swap places with the contestants? “I’d be absolutely rubbish!’ laughs Julia, ‘I have reasonable general knowledge but in those circumstances and under that sort of pressure I think I’d crumble. I’m much happier controlling things as the host. That’s the kind of pressure I thrive under.” Though if she did give it a go, Julia says that her strongest subject would be travel. “Having spent so much time travelling the world, and most recently the UK with Countryfile, I feel like I have a greater than average insight on British locations.” And her weaker subjects? “Anything to do with football. I am clueless!” And why should people tune in to Take on the Twisters? “The contestants make the show and every episode is full of drama. Once you see it play out it becomes very addictive and people will be screaming at their televisions thinking that they know the answers, and I’m sure they will be tempted to Take on the Twisters themselves.” “Every show is a roller-coaster for me because we have no idea whether or not the contestant will walk away with the money, and my heart is in my mouth!”

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08:30 ..............................Lorraine

Hammer

12:15 .................... Bargain Hunt

Julia Bradbury, Dr Phil Hammond and Phil Tufnell host the first of two shows to be shown tonight, raising awareness of three of Britain’s biggest preventable conditions – Type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease and liver disease - which affect an estimated 11 million people a year. In May this year, the show organised the UK’s biggest ever combined health screening at Rugby League’s Magic Weekend in Manchester. Almost 400 locals and sports fans were screened to see if they were at risk from one of these three ‘silent’ killers. A team of three GPs, 50 NHS volunteer nurses, with the aid of leading charities Diabetes UK, HEART UK – The Cholesterol Charity and the British Liver Trust, helped to give advice about how to reduce the risk of developing these chronic conditions. Some well-known TV personalities were also screened a few weeks ahead of the main event in Manchester. Long Live Britain follows the progress of former Eastender Ricky Grover, singer Jodie Prenger and actress Crissy Rock as they undergo a number of medical tests. Dr Phil Hammond helps Ricky to understand what his liver has to do to process fatty food, shows Jodie what happens if the body can’t absorb sugar from the blood stream, and teaches Crissy about good and bad cholesterol. And as the three get their test results, some of them are in for some shocking news. With an estimated 850,000 adults living with undiagnosed Type 2 diabetes, and deaths from liver disease having risen by 25 per cent in less than a decade, the results of tonight’s shows provide a timely wake-up call.

06:00 ........................... Daybreak

11:30.................... This Morning

13:30 .............................ITV News and Weather 14:00 .........The Hungry Sailors 15:00 ..................Secret Dealers 16:00 ....................Tipping Point 17:00 ........................Take on the Twisters

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18:00..................... ITV News London 18:30.............. ITV News and Weather 19:00................. Emmerdale 19:30 ..... Coronation Street 20:00 ................... The Dales 20:30 ..... Coronation Street 21:00 .......Long Lost Family Davina McCall and Nicky Campbell present the series which sets out to reunite family members after years of separation. Fifty one-year-old Londoner Chris Jones is searching for his sister who he last saw when she was a baby. Chris has little knowledge about his mother's past, but knows that his sister was born in a remote Northumberland vicarage, and that is where he starts looking for clues. Polly Gillon is searching for her eldest son who she was forced to give up for adoption in 1959. Polly grew up with her father in South London in the 1950s and when he discovered she was pregnant, he forced her to make a heart-breaking decision. She was given the choice: give her baby up for adoption or never come home. With no one else to turn to, Polly finally accepted her father's terms and gave her baby up. She has spent a lifetime regretting this decision and is desperate to ask her son to forgive her.

22:00 ................ ITV News at Ten and Weather 22:35................... Benidorm 23:05.......................... Monk

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onday Monday Monday 22nd July 06:00.................... Children's TV 10:05......The Big Bang Theory 11:00 ............. Undercover Boss Canada 12:00 .............. Channel 4 News Summary 12:05 ..........A Place in the Sun: Home or Away 13:05...Hugh's 3 Good Things 13:20.................... Appointment in London 15:10 ...................... Countdown 16:00 ...............Deal or No Deal 17:00 ...... Come Dine with Me 18:00............ The Simpsons 18:30................... Hollyoaks 19:00 ........ Channel 4 News 19:55 ...... Ramadan Diaries 20:00................. Dispatches 20:30...... Food Unwrapped 21:00....... Undercover Boss 22:00 ............... Don't Blame Facebook 23:05..............Random Acts 23:10 ................ Coming Up 23:45 ...........Sex on Wheels

06:00 ....... Football's Next Star 07:00 ..............................Brainiac: Science Abuse 08:00 .........................Despicable Me 2 Special 08:30 ............................ Monsters University Special 09:00........................... Futurama 09:15 ..... JLS: Eyes Wide Open 11:00 ...........................Futurama 12:00 .........Last Man Standing 13:00 ....................... A League of Their Own 14:00 .....................................Glee 15:00 ...................Stargate SG-1 17:00.................. The Simpsons 17:30................ Modern Family 18:30............ The Simpsons 20:00 ..........Modern Family 21:00 .........................Arrow 23:00 .................Revolution

06:00.....................Children's TV

06:00 ........................Emmerdale

06:00 ..............Elephant Diaries

06:00 ........................... Switched

08:35 .... Roary the Racing Car

06:25........... Coronation Street

06:25 ...................... Doctor Who

06:20 ..................................90210

08:50....... Bananas in Pyjamas

07:25......................... The Jeremy Kyle Show USA

07:15 ...................... Robin Hood

07:00 .....................One Tree Hill

09:00........................ Tickety Toc

08:00.......................... Sanctuary

07:45 ...Desperate Housewives

09:15 ..............The Wright Stuff

08:10..... You've Been Framed!

09:00 ................................The Bill

08:35 .................................Scrubs

11:10 ..............Gibraltar: Britain in the Sun

08:40........................ Judge Judy

11:00 ................... Covert Affairs

09:35... Rules of Engagement

09:35...... Peter Andre: My Life

12:10 .........5 News Lunchtime

12:00 ........................ Beauty and the Beast

10:00 ..................................90210

10:35 ..... The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills

13:00 ............................ Primeval: New World

11:45 ........................... Charmed

12:15 ....................... Big Brother 13:15............. Home and Away 13:45 ...................... Neighbours

11:30.................. The Millionaire Matchmaker

14:00 ...................... Doctor Who

12:30 ........................Emmerdale

15:00 .........................Perception

13:00 ...........Coronation Street

16:00 .................. 1-800-Missing

15:15................. The Obsession

14:00...The Jeremy Kyle Show

17:00 .......................5 News at 5

16:10 ..... The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills

17:00 ........................ Beauty and the Beast

14:15 ............. CSI: Crime Scene Investigation

17:30 ...................... Neighbours 18:00 ........Home and Away 18:30 ............Newstalk Live 19:00........................ Cricket 20:00 ..... The Gadget Show

17:05 ..................The Millionaire Matchmaker 18:00 ............One Direction: Video Exclusive 18:10....You've Been Framed!

21:00..................Botched W 20:00 ..........The Xtra Factor C Up Bodies choice 21:00............ Deep Blue Sea 22:00................ Big Brother 23:10............Celebrity Juice 23:00 ..............Big Brother's 23:55 .......... Totally Bonkers Bit on the Side Guinness World Records

06:00 ........Nothing to Declare 06:30........ Nothing to Declare 07:00........ Nothing to Declare 07:30........ Nothing to Declare 08:00............... Vet Adventures 09:00 ..............UK Border Force

19:30 .............Bondi Rescue 20:00 ................ Traffic Cops 21:00 ............... Do No Harm 22:00 .................... Dynamo: Magician Impossible 23:00 ................ Paranormal Witness

06:00........................... Fish Town

08:00 ..............Storage Hunters

08:00 .......Star Trek: Enterprise

08:30...............Storage Hunters 09:00..............................Top Gear 11:00....................... Traffic Cops 12:00.............. Storage Hunters

12:00 ............. CSI: Crime Scene Investigation

13:00 .............................Top Gear 15:00 ....................... Traffic Cops

14:00 ................Criminal Minds

16:00 ..............Storage Hunters

16:00 ............... Vet Adventures

17:00 .............................Top Gear

17:00 ..............UK Border Force

18:00 .................... Top Gear

18:00.... Nothing to Declare

19:00................ Traffic Cops

19:00 ..........Four Weddings

20:00 ........Storage Hunters

20:00..................Britain and Ireland's Next Top Model

21:00 .......... Have I Got a Bit More News for You

21:00 .............Fat: The Fight of My Life

22:00 ...........................QI XL

22:00 .............Harley Street

23:40.......... Frank Skinner's Opinionated

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19:00 ................... Lifeguard

07:10 .................. Himalaya with Michael Palin

10:00 ................Criminal Minds

23:00 ........ Mount Pleasant

18:00 ................ Coastguard Florida

23:00.......... Mock the Week

07:00 ..........................................ER 09:00 .......................Blue Bloods 10:00....................................ER

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11:00....................... Blue Bloods 12:00 .......Star Trek: Enterprise 13:00.................................. House 14:00.................................. House 15:00....................... Blue Bloods 16:00 .......Star Trek: Enterprise 17:00 ..........................................ER 18:00......................... House 19:00......................... House 20:00 ......................Seinfeld 20:30 ......................Seinfeld 21:00 ................The Borgias 22:05.............. Ray Donovan

23:20 ..................Boardwalk Empire

10:55......................One Tree Hill 12:45 ...........................Hollyoaks 13:15...How I Met Your Mother 14:10 .................................Scrubs 15:05 ........................... Charmed 16:05.... Rules of Engagement 17:00 .......................... How I Met Your Mother 18:00....The Big Bang Theory 19:00................... Hollyoaks 19:30 .......... How I Met Your Mother 20:00 .....................New Girl 20:30..... The Mindy Project 21:00 .........................90210 22:00 .......................... Skins 23:00 ........ 8 Out of 10 Cats

06:00 ..................Good Morning Sports Fans 07:00................. Good Morning Sports Fans 09:00 ..................... Rugby Super League 11:00.................... Football Gold 2001 Premier League - Everton 2 - 3 Liverpool. A chance to relive Everton and Liverpool's top-flight clash at Goodison Park from the 2000/01 season. Five different players got themselves on the scoresheet in this thrilling contest.

13:00 ...................................World Matchplay Darts 19:00............. Super League Superstars 19:30 ........... Rugby League 22:15 ............ Football Gold 22:30 ................Great Goals 23:30 .......................Premier League Years

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Botched Up Bodies Channel 5, 21:00

Documentary series featuring the surgeons whose job it is to correct the catastrophes left by dodgy cosmetic surgeons. This first episode follows 49-year-old Stephen Dockrell as he seeks to be free of the huge sack of excess skin left after his gastric bypass. Scaffolder Darren Mills travelled to Asia in search of perfect teeth but instead got a mangled mouth. Kim Brockhurst, a 50-year-old mum from Gwent, South Wales, wanted bigger, bouncier boobs but ended up with horr bly lopsided breasts.

ER, Sky Atlantic, 10:00

Drama series set in the busy emergency room of a Chicago hospital. It's Carter's first night as a surgical intern and he spends his first shift on the night shift of Independance Day, while the majority of the other staff play at a work's softball game. During this shift we meet his fellow interns including Dennis Gant, Dale Edson, Dixon and Leung. Jeanie Boulet's HIV results come back, leaving Peter's future questionable. Kerry Weaver's new patient's board code system upsets many in the ER, as does her overall attitude.

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Tuesday

06:05 ................... Homes Under the Hammer

06:00 ........................... Daybreak

10:00 ................... Homes Under the Hammer

07:05 .................................Flog It!

09:25......................... The Jeremy Kyle Show

11:00 .......................Fake Britain

08:20 ...............Don't Get Done, Get Dom

10:30 .................... This Morning

11:30 ..........Helicopter Heroes 12:15 ....................Bargain Hunt

09:05......... The Chef's Protege

11:30 .................... This Morning

13:00 ............BBC News at One

10:05 ...................... Rhys Jones's Wildlife Patrol

12:30 ...............Let's Do Lunch... With Gino and Mel

10:35 ........................... HARDtalk 11:00 .......................... BBC News

13:30............................. ITV News and Weather

12:00 ................................... Coast

14:00 .........The Hungry Sailors

12:05 .......................Animal Park

15:00 ..................Secret Dealers

12:35 ......................Hue and Cry

16:00 ....................Tipping Point

16:00 ......................... Perfection

13:55 ...........................The Super League Show

17:00 ...... Take on the Twisters

16:45 ................................ Flog It!

14:40 ...................... Mastermind

17:15 ............................ Pointless

15:10 ..............................A to Z of TV Gardening

06:00 ............................Breakfast 09:15 .....................Heir Hunters

Hunting the doorstep conmen ITV1, 21.00 “You just think how can these people pick on them? And it’s just not acceptable, it really sort of pulls at your heartstrings. You just want to do everything you can to find these people and punish them for what they’ve done.” - Natalie Hill, Oxfordshire Trading Standards This new two-part factual series delves into the murky world of rip-off merchants and those tasked with catching them by going behind the scenes with Britain’s trading standards departments. Reporter Conor Woodman gets exclusive access to several doorstep crime teams from rural North Yorkshire to the urban sprawl of Bromley in London, to show the officers’ work at close quarters - and gain a sharp insight into how the conmen operate and the impact on their victims. A total of £2 billion of goods and services are sold on our doorsteps every year and trading standards now have more powers and work closely with the police to protect the public from unscrupulous traders. Made by Tiger Aspect and filmed over six months, this series features officers tracking down doorstep criminals, executing search warrants and dealing with elderly victims. Crime experts and police also outline the increasingly ruthless methods scammers use to outwit the authorities and carry out their ruses. Steve Playle of Surrey trading standards says: “I’ve come across cases where people have actually signed over their properties to the rogues. “They set up fake email addresses, fake websites, they use accommodation addresses and they use vehicles that aren’t registered to their name.”

13:30 ......... BBC London News 13:45 .............................. Doctors 14:15 .......................... Land Girls 15:00.......................... Only Fools and Horses 15:30 ..........................Only Fools and Horses

18:00......... BBC News at Six 18:30..... BBC London News 19:00............The One Show 19:30................. EastEnders Ian is on a mission to find out who is responsible for damaging his livelihood, and he will not stop until he gets answers. Carl manipulates Kirsty into visiting his mum with him, but she is determined to let her know that they are no longer together. Dot is fed up of Cora's lazy behaviour and decides to take matters into her own hands, but things soon get out of control; with neither backing down, a tussle over a frying pan ensues.

20:00 ..................Holby City 21:00......................... Luther 22:00................... BBC News at Ten 22:25..... BBC London News 22:35................... Imagine... Woody allen: A documentary. Part One. imagine... presents Robert B Weide's intimate twopart study of the multi-Oscar winning New York auteur. In this first part, Woody Allen talks candidly about his childhood in Brooklyn, his early fame as a stand-up in New York City and his first forays into screenwriting and filmmaking. He discusses his prolific body of work, which includes some of the most memorable cinematic moments of all time. With unprecedented access to the director, Weide reveals the man behind the trademark glasses.

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Tuesday

07:35 .................... Bargain Hunt

15:55 ............A Taste of My Life 16:25 ...........Wild Down Under 17:15 ...... Antiques Roadshow 18:00 ...................Eggheads 18:30 .......... Britain's Empty Homes 19:00 ..... Indian Ocean with Simon Reeve 20:00......... Raymond Blanc: How to Cook Well 20:30.................. The Cruise: A Life at Sea Australia to Indonesia. In January 2013, the Cruise Liner Balmoral set sail on a 112-day world cruise. She is embarking on a 33,000 mile voyage, stopping at 33 ports of call on her trip around the globe. On board are 1,700 passengers and crew and their chaplain for the journey, the Reverend Colin Still. The Reverend Colin Still witnesses a fire-ravaged part of Tasmania before visiting the Mission to Seafarers Centre in Hobart. On board Balmoral we meet John and Dilys, who met and fell in love on a cruise ship, but due to their deteriorating health pose difficult questions for Colin about their futures.

08:30 ..............................Lorraine

11:25............................ ITV News

18:00...... ITV News London 18:30 ............. ITV News and Weather 19:00 ................ Emmerdale 19:30.... Nature's Newborns 20:00 ......Love Your Garden 21:00...........Hunting the CW Doorstep Conmen choice In the first of two programmes, Conor Woodman follows trading standards officers to find out how doorstep conmen cheat elderly and vulnerable people. Conor meets 85-year-old widow Kit Gardner and learns how Kit's dementia made her the target of a pair of crooks who repeatedly demanded payment for work they had not done. In York, Trading Standards Officer Matt Boxall tracked down 23-year-old Donovan Clough who charmed ladies by offering to clear their gutters for a fiver. He then invented a story of a rotting roof that would cost £2,500 to repair. He was convicted and sentenced to four years. In Teesside, father and son Bernard and Barney Collins marched a frail old lady to a bank to withdraw all her money. Thanks to CCTV, they were found guilty in May 2013 and now await sentence. In Oxfordshire, renowned scientist Dr Leslie Drain - who helped develop the technology for the MRI scanner - was conned out of £500,000 by Stephen Green and Clive Smith in a scam that lasted 19 years.

21:00...............The Route CW Masters: Running choice London's Roads 22:00 ................ ITV News at 22:00 ................ Family Tree Ten and Weather 22:30 ................. Newsnight 23:20 .............. The Tube: An Underground History

22:35 ........Ray Mears' Close Encounters 23:35............. In Plain Sight

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Tuesday 06:10 ........................ The Hoobs 07:00...Hugh's 3 Good Things 07:15............. According to Jim 07:40 ................. Will and Grace 08:05 .............Everybody Loves Raymond 09:05 .................................Frasier 10:05 .....The Big Bang Theory 11:00 ....................... Undercover Boss Canada 12:00 .............. Channel 4 News Summary 12:05 ..........A Place in the Sun: Home or Away 13:05 ........ Kirstie's Handmade Treasures 13:20 ..................Brighton Rock 15:10 ...................... Countdown 16:00 ...............Deal or No Deal 17:00 ...... Come Dine with Me 18:00 ............The Simpsons 18:30................... Hollyoaks 19:00 ........ Channel 4 News 19:55 ...... Ramadan Diaries 20:00 ........ Kirstie's Fill Your House for Free 21:00 .................. Why Don't You Speak English?

06:00 ....... Football's Next Star 07:00 ..............................Brainiac: Science Abuse 08:00 ............. The Glee Project 09:00 ....................... A League of Their Own 10:00 ...........................Futurama 10:30........................... Futurama 11:00 ...........................Futurama 12:00......... Last Man Standing 13:00 ....................... A League of Their Own 14:00 .....................................Glee 15:00 ...................Stargate SG-1 16:00 ...................Stargate SG-1 17:00 .................. The Simpsons 17:30 ................Modern Family 18:30 ............The Simpsons 20:00 ..........Modern Family 21:00 .................... Starlings 22:00 .........................Arrow 23:00......................... Arrow

Tuesday 06:00.................... Children-s TV 08:35 .... Roary the Racing Car 08:50 .......Bananas in Pyjamas 09:00 ........................ Tickety Toc 09:15.............. The Wright Stuff 11:10 ........................... The Hotel Inspector Returns 12:10 .........5 News Lunchtime 12:15 ....................... Big Brother 13:15............. Home and Away 13:45...................... Neighbours 14:15 .................................... NCIS 15:15 ....................... Trial by Fire 17:00 .......................5 News at 5 17:30 ...................... Neighbours 18:00........ Home and Away 18:30 ............Newstalk Live 19:00..................... Aircrash 20:00................ I Survived a Fatal Flight 21:00 ........CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 22:00 ................Big Brother 23:00 ..............Big Brother's Bit on the Side

06:00 ........Nothing to Declare 06:30 ........Nothing to Declare 07:00 ........Nothing to Declare 07:30 ........Nothing to Declare 08:00......................... Dog Patrol 08:30 .........................Dog Patrol 09:00 ..............UK Border Force

06:00 ........................Emmerdale 06:25 ...........Coronation Street 07:25......................... The Jeremy Kyle Show USA 08:10 .....You've Been Framed! 08:40 ........................Judge Judy 09:35 ...... Peter Andre: My Life 10:35 ..... The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills 11:30 ..................The Millionaire Matchmaker 12:30 ........................Emmerdale 13:00 ...........Coronation Street 14:00...The Jeremy Kyle Show 16:10 ..... The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills 17:05...................The Millionaire Matchmaker 18:00..........The Jeremy Kyle Show USA 19:00....You've Been Framed! 20:00 ................ Very Best of You've Been Framed! 21:00 .............Hell's Kitchen 22:00 .......... Totally Bonkers Guinness World Records 23:00........... Celebrity Juice 23:45 ........The Big Reunion

23rd 06:00 ..............Elephant Diaries 06:25 ...................... Doctor Who 07:15 ...................... Robin Hood 08:00 .......................... Sanctuary Will Zimmerman is drawn further into Magnus' mysterious world and finds himself confronting his oldest fear. Elsewhere, forces converge on the target of their hunt - including someone from Magnus' distant past.

09:00 ................................The Bill 11:00................... Covert Affairs 12:00.... Beauty and the Beast 13:00 .....Primeval: New World 14:00 ...................... Doctor Who 15:00......................... Perception 16:00 .................. 1-800-Missing 17:00 .... Beauty and the Beast 18:00.... Coastguard Florida 19:00................... Lifeguard 19:30 .............Bondi Rescue 20:00................ Do No Harm 21:00 .... Dynamo: Magician Impossible 22:00 ................. Daredevils 23:00 .......... Toughest Place to be a...

07:10 .................. Himalaya with Michael Palin

06:00 ...........................Fish Town

08:00.............. Storage Hunters

08:00....... Star Trek: Enterprise

09:00 .............................Top Gear 11:05 ...............Motorway Cops 12:00 ..............Storage Hunters 13:00 .............................Top Gear

07:00.......................................... ER 09:00 .......................Blue Bloods 10:00 ..........................................ER 11:00 .......................Blue Bloods

15:05 ...............Motorway Cops

12:00 .............................Star Trek: Enterprise

12:00 ............. CSI: Crime Scene Investigation

16:00.............. Storage Hunters

13:00 ..................................House

17:00 .............................Top Gear

14:00 ..................................House

14:00 ................Criminal Minds

19:00 ............ Megatruckers

15:00 .......................Blue Bloods

15:00 ................Criminal Minds

19:30 ............ Megatruckers

16:00 .........................Dog Patrol

20:00 ........Storage Hunters

16:00 .............................Star Trek: Enterprise

17:00 ..............UK Border Force

20:30.........Storage Hunters

17:00 ..........................................ER

18:00.... Nothing to Declare

21:00 ...........................QI XL

18:00 .........................House

22:00 .......... Have I Got a Bit More News for You

19:00......................... House

23:00 ..........Mock the Week

21:00......................... Awake

23:40 ................ Never Mind the Buzzcocks

22:00............. Ray Donovan

10:00 ................Criminal Minds

19:30.... Nothing to Declare 20:00 ................Elementary 21:00 ........... Unforgettable 22:00 ....................Hannibal 23:00 .........................Bones

19th July - 25th July 2013

20:00 ... Friday Night Lights

23:15 ............The Following

July 06:00 ........................... Switched 06:20 ..................................90210 07:05 .....................One Tree Hill 07:50 .......................... Desperate Housewives 08:40 .................................Scrubs 09:10.... Rules of Engagement 09:40 ..................................90210 10:35 .....................One Tree Hill 11:35 ........................... Charmed 12:30............................Hollyoaks 13:00...How I Met Your Mother 14:00................................ Scrubs 15:00 ........................... Charmed 16:00 ... Rules of Engagement 17:00.....How I Met Your Mother 18:00....The Big Bang Theory 19:00 .................. Hollyoaks 19:30 .......... How I Met Your Mother 20:30....The Big Bang Theory 21:00......................New Girl 21:30..... The Mindy Project 22:00 ......... Happy Endings 22:30 .....The Cleveland Show 23:00.................... Alan Carr: Chatty Man

06:00 ..................Good Morning Sports Fans 07:00 ..................Good Morning Sports Fans 08:00 ..................Good Morning Sports Fans 09:00 ..................... Rugby Super League 10:30 ....................... Great Goals A look back at the most significant and spectacular goals scored in European football from 2005 onwards. Includes goals from Premier League legend Thierry Henry and Brazilian star Kaka.

11:30 ..................... Rugby Super League 13:00 .............World Matchplay Darts 17:00 .......................................NFL 18:00 ............. Football Asia 19:00 ....... World Matchplay Darts

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The Route Masters: Running London's Roads BBC2, 21:00

A million more people than anticipated have settled in London in the last decade and Transport for London predicts that there will be a further two million by 2030. Michele Dix, TfL's head of planning, sets about trying to get people out of cars and on to bikes and buses. A police Cycle Task Force has been set up to encourage cycling, but it also cracks down on cyclists jumping red lights at Elephant and Castle. Bernie drives the 343 bus route in South London, where passengers battle every day to board the city's most overcrowded bus. To try to keep the roads moving, CCTV cameras crack down on rulebreakers, with Graham watching out for cars sitting in yellow box junctions for too long and fines them. Meanwhile Chas from the Roads Policing Unit stakes out a notorious traffic jam which rogue motorists are trying to escape by going off-road, taking a shortcut across a grass verge. There is also a look at the secret supercomputer that controls many of the city's traffic lights.

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Wednesday Wednesday 06:00 ........................... Daybreak

09:15 ..................... Heir Hunters

06:00 ................... Homes Under the Hammer

10:00 ................... Homes Under the Hammer

07:00..................................Flog It! 07:30.................... Bargain Hunt

09:25......................... The Jeremy Kyle Show

11:00 ....................... Fake Britain

08:15 ...............Don't Get Done, Get Dom

10:30 .................... This Morning

09:00 ...........Helicopter Heroes Down Under

11:30 .................... This Morning

06:00 ............................ Breakfast

11:30........... Helicopter Heroes 12:15 .................... Bargain Hunt

08:30...............................Lorraine

11:25 ............................ITV News

09:30 ....................Auction Hero

12:30 ...............Let's Do Lunch... With Gino and Mel

10:30 .........The Chef's Protege

13:30............................. ITV News

11:00........................... BBC News

14:00......... The Hungry Sailors

Period drama series. Esther faces up to her pregnancy and starts to explore her options. Ellen's history with dashing Dr Channing threatens their blossoming romance and Henry learns the truth about Connie's past with Danny. Meanwhile John has flashbacks to his escape from France and Iris panics when her lamb goes missing.

11:30........................... BBC News

15:00 ..................Secret Dealers

15:00...........................Only Fools and Horses

15:55 ............A Taste of My Life

15:30 ..........................Only Fools and Horses

17:15 ...... Antiques Roadshow

16:00...........................Perfection 16:45 .................................Flog It!

18:30 .......... Britain's Empty Homes

17:15............................. Pointless

19:00 .................... Top Gear

18:00................... BBC News at Six

20:00..Restoration Home

13:00 ............BBC News at One 13:30 ..........BBC London News 13:45 ...............................Doctors 14:15........................... Land Girls

18:30 ............... BBC London News 19:00 ................The Sheriffs are Coming A look at the work of high court enforcement officers, also known as sheriffs, as they strive to retrieve cash for members of the public that are owed money. In this episode, sheriffs Marc and Tony have a run-in with a garage that sold a dangerous car. The sheriffs go to bat for an elderly woman who paid tho sands for a new driveway but was left with a pile of bricks. And squatters have taken over a London pub; can the Sheriffs get the uninvited guests out and the rightful owner back in?

20:00............... Your Money, Their Tricks 21:00................ Who Do You Think You Are? 22:00.........BBC News at Ten 22:25......BBC London News 22:35................... Imagine...

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12:00........................Animal Park 12:25 ...........................School for Scoundrels 14:00 ............The Weakest Link 14:45 ...................... Mastermind 15:15 ..............................A to Z of TV Gardening 16:25 ...........Wild Down Under 18:00....................Eggheads

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21:00 ...........The Real White Queen and Her Rivals 22:00 ......The Culture Show Who are You Calling an African Artist? In summer 2013, Tate Modern opens its doors to Africa, dedicating an entire wing to two of the most important artists working today: 82-year-old visionary modernist Ibrahim ElSalahi and contemporary freethinker Meschac Gaba. Writer and curator Morgan Quaintance discovers their extraordinary personal stories. Studying at the Slade in the 1950s, Ibrahim El-Salahi returned home with a crate full of modern art, to meet a stony faced public in Sudan. Reconciling the language of modernism with the culture of his heritage, he found a powerful new way to express the dreams and ambitions of African independence. It was to lead to imprisonment, exile and eventually freedom.

22:30 ................. Newsnight 23:20....................The Route Masters: Running London's Roads

Wendy and her sisters want to clear out their family's Sussex home as dealers Karen Dalmeny, Simon Schneider and David Ford fight over some highly cherished antiques. The biggest battle takes place over a stunning Victorian carriage clock. Andrew's Tardislike Leicestershire cottage full of treasures is the dealers' second target.

16:00 ....................Tipping Point 17:00 ...... Take on the Twisters 18:00...... ITV News London 19:00 ................ Emmerdale 19:30 ..... Coronation Street 20:00....................... The Zoo The third and final episode in the series which examines the changing role of zoos in the 21st century, the struggle to protect endangered species, and the extraordinary relationships between keepers and their animals. The keepers hope that seven-foot silverback gorilla Kumbuka will mate with female Mujuku, but initially the 15-year-old male seems only to want to enhance his reputation for being boisterous and breaking things. However, as the weeks go on, a tender relationship develops between them. Will it lead to mating? In the reptile house, keeper Iri has a fight on her hands between some Boelen's pythons, as two males battle it out for the attention of one female. Elsewhere there are tense moments as five endangered Vietnamese snails arrive, and almost nothing is known about how to care for them.

21:00 ........Ray Mears' Close Encounters 22:00 ................ ITV News at Ten and Weather 22:35................ Hunting the Doorstep Conmen 23:35 ................... The Dales

24 Hours in A&E Channel 4, 21.00

This week’s episode of the RTS award-winning 24 Hours in A&E focuses on the different ways that people deal with pain and how the care and support of friends and family can help you get through almost anything. “I used to think that women were a little bit better at coping with pain than men, but actually I think it’s about the same,” says Sister Jen. “Some women, they’ve been through childbirth and so they have a different perception and realise that some of the worst pain in the world, they’ve actually survived and had a baby through. But there’s other women out there that, one little broken fingernail and they’re screaming like they’ve lost their finger. We’ve always got to remember that pain is what the patient says it is and we need to treat it accordingly.” 23-year-old motorcyclist Richard is rushed into A&E by helicopter, having collided with a parked car at speed. Flung through the air, he hit another car’s bonnet and a lamppost before landing face down on the pavement.

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y Wednesday Wednesday 24th July 06:10 ........................ The Hoobs 07:00 ........ Kirstie's Handmade Treasures 07:15 ............ According to Jim 07:40 ................. Will and Grace 08:05 .............Everybody Loves Raymond 09:05 .................................Frasier 10:05 .....The Big Bang Theory 11:00 ....................... Undercover Boss Canada 12:05 ..........A Place in the Sun: Home or Away 13:05..... Hugh's 3 Good Things 13:15 ............The Colditz Story 15:10 ...................... Countdown 16:00 ...............Deal or No Deal 17:00....... Come Dine with Me 18:00 ............The Simpsons 18:30 .................. Hollyoaks 19:00 ........ Channel 4 News 19:55 ...... Ramadan Diaries 20:00 ........ Superscrimpers: Waste Not, Want Not 21:00.................24 Hours CW in A and E choice 22:00 ..........Notes From the Inside with James Rhodes

06:00.................... Children-s TV

06:00 ........................Emmerdale

06:00.............. Elephant Diaries

06:00 ........................... Switched

08:30 ......................... Milkshake! Show Songs

06:25 ................ The Xtra Factor

06:25 ...................... Doctor Who

06:20 ..................................90210

08:35..... Roary the Racing Car

07:25 ........................ The Jeremy Kyle Show USA

07:15 ...................... Robin Hood

07:05 .....................One Tree Hill

08:50........Bananas in Pyjamas

08:00 .......................... Sanctuary

08:10 .....You've Been Framed!

09:00......................... Tickety Toc

09:00 ................................The Bill

07:50.......................... Desperate Housewives

08:40 ........................Judge Judy

09:15 ..............The Wright Stuff

10:00 ................................The Bill

09:35 ...... Peter Andre: My Life

11:00.................... Covert Affairs

09:10 ... Rules of Engagement

11:10 ..............Cowboy Traders

10:35..... The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills

12:00 ........................ Beauty and the Beast

09:40 ..................................90210 10:35 .....................One Tree Hill

11:30 ..................The Millionaire Matchmaker

13:00............................ Primeval: New World

11:30 ........................... Charmed

12:30 ........................Emmerdale

14:00....................... Doctor Who

13:00 ................ The Xtra Factor

15:00 .........................Perception

13:00 .......................... How I Met Your Mother

14:00 .... The Jeremy Kyle Show

16:00 .................. 1-800-Missing

14:00................................ Scrubs

16:10 ..... The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills

17:00..... Beauty and the Beast

14:30................................ Scrubs

17:05.................. The Millionaire Matchmaker

18:00.... Coastguard Florida

15:00............................ Charmed

19:00 ................... Lifeguard

16:00.... Rules of Engagement

19:30............. Bondi Rescue

17:00........................... How I Met Your Mother

06:00 ....... Football's Next Star

06:00........ Nothing to Declare

07:00 ..............Brainiac: Science Abuse 08:00 ............. The Glee Project 09:00 ....................... A League of Their Own 10:00........................... Futurama 12:00 .........Last Man Standing 13:00 ....................... A League of Their Own 14:00 .....................................Glee 15:00 ...................Stargate SG-1 17:00 .................. The Simpsons 17:30 ................Modern Family 18:30.............The Simpsons 20:00 ..........Modern Family

12:10 .........5 News Lunchtime 12:15....................... Big Brother 13:15 .............Home and Away 13:45 ...................... Neighbours 14:15 .................................... NCIS 15:15.................. Fairfield Road 17:00........................5 News at 5 17:30 ...................... Neighbours 18:00 ........Home and Away 18:30.............Newstalk Live 19:00 .....Emergency Bikers

18:00 .........The Jeremy Kyle Show USA

20:00 ............ Myra Hindley: The Untold Story

19:00....You've Been Framed!

21:00 ................Big Brother

22:00 .......................... Plebs

22:00 ..................Love/Hate

21:00 .............Hell's Kitchen 23:00 ...........Celebrity Juice

20:00 ...........Inside Nature's Giants

12:30 ...........................Hollyoaks

18:00....The Big Bang Theory

21:00 ............... Do No Harm

19:00................... Hollyoaks

22:00 ......... Guinness World Records Gone Wild

19:30 .......... How I Met Your Mother 20:00...The Golden Compass

23:30 ................ Paramedics

22:15................ End of Days

06:30 ........Nothing to Declare

07:10 .................. Himalaya with Michael Palin

06:00 ..........................The Devil's Dinner Party

06:00 ..................Good Morning Sports Fans

07:00 ........Nothing to Declare

08:00.............. Storage Hunters

07:00 ..........................................ER

08:00 .........................Dog Patrol

09:00 .............................Top Gear

08:00........Star Trek: Enterprise

07:00................. Good Morning Sports Fans

08:30 .........................Dog Patrol

10:00 .............................Top Gear

09:00....................... Blue Bloods

09:00.............. UK Border Force

11:00 ...................Megatruckers

10:00 ..........................................ER

10:00 ................Criminal Minds

12:00 ..............Storage Hunters

11:00 .......................Blue Bloods

12:00 ............. CSI: Crime Scene Investigation

13:00 .............................Top Gear

12:00....... Star Trek: Enterprise

15:00 ...................Megatruckers

13:00 ..................................House

14:00................ Criminal Minds

16:00.............. Storage Hunters

14:00 ..................................House

16:00 .........................Dog Patrol

17:00............................. Top Gear

15:00 .......................Blue Bloods

17:00 ..............UK Border Force

19:00 ................ Traffic Cops

18:00.... Nothing to Declare

20:00........ Storage Hunters

16:00 .............................Star Trek: Enterprise

19:00 ........CSI: Crime Scene Investigation

21:00 .......... Have I Got a Bit More News for You

17:00 ..........................................ER 18:00 .........................House

22:00........ Russell Howard's Good News

19:00 .........................House 20:00 ................. The British

21:45 ..............Barclays Asia Trophy Football

23:00 ................................QI

21:00 ............... Blue Bloods

23:15............. Football Gold

23:40 .......... Frank Skinner's Opinionated

22:00........... The Newsroom

23:30............. Football Gold

23:15................ The Borgias

23:45 ............ Football Gold

21:00 .....................The Cafe

20:00 .............Fat: The Fight of My Life

21:30 .................. Mad Dogs

21:00 ...................Ladyboys

22:30 .......Royalty Close Up

22:00 .............Supernatural

23:00 ..........................Stella

23:00............. Supernatural

19th July - 25th July 2013

23:45 .......... Totally Bonkers Guinness World Records

Restoration Home BBC2, 20:00

08:40................................ Scrubs

23:00 ................ Paramedics

23:10.............. Big Brother's Bit on the Side

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08:00 ..................Good Morning Sports Fans 09:00 ..............Ladies Euro Tour 10:00 ................... Football Gold 10:30 ......................Barclays Asia Trophy Football 16:00................... Football Gold 16:30 ...... FIFA Futbol Mundial 17:00................... Football Gold 17:30 ......................Barclays Asia Trophy Football 19:00....................... Footbal

Series following the fortunes of properties facing a struggle for survival and their committed new owners wanting to turn historic ruins into dream homes. Charlotte and Helen have always dreamed of saving a neglected building steeped in history, and they certainly found one. Sitting on a windswept hill in rolling farmland, Pitkennedy School in Angus was once the cornerstone of a community, until the school bell rang for the final time in 2006. As work begins, locals start to take notice of the school once again; while within the archives, voices of the first children and teachers start to be heard. A picture of rural 19thcentury life emerges and further research places this tiny school at the beginning of a revolution in education and school building that would change Britain forever. The new owners still face their biggest challenge - can these novices create a beautiful home from a neglected old Victorian school?

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Thursday Thursday 06:00 ............................ Breakfast

06:00................ This is BBC Two

06:00........................... Daybreak

09:15 ..................... Heir Hunters

06:05................... Homes Under the Hammer

08:30 ..............................Lorraine

10:00 ................... Homes Under the Hammer 11:00 ....................... Fake Britain

Crocodile Tears Channel 4, 22.00 In the light of several recent high-profile cases, this documentary examines the phenomenon of ‘: where people who feign innocence or make public appeals for information – often on camera – in reality have committed the crime themselves. Featuring several exclusive interviews and shedding new light on crimes that shocked the nation, this film looks beyond the fake tears to reveal stories of deception and betrayal. Catching A Killer: Crocodile Tears re-examines the Philpott case, in which Mick and his wife Mairead, who took part in a press conference after their house fire killed six children, were finally convicted of their manslaughter in April 2013, along with their best friend Paul Mosley. With exclusive access to Paul Mosley’s brother Bryan, the film hears a tearful account of how residents were affected by the deaths of the six children. Bryan speaks for the first time of his anger regarding the actions of his brother and his part in the arson attack. Exploring the Philpotts’ now infamous press conference after the fire, Darshna Soni, who covered the story for Channel 4 News, goes back to the scene. This was the point, she says, where everything changed. She recalls in detail the utter bewilderment among the assembled press as they tried to comprehend Mick Philpott’s extraordinary performance in front of the cameras.

Dominic Littlewood investigates the conmen who defraud the general public. This episode follows the City of London police as they go in pursuit of one of the country's most audacious ID fraudsters, whose fakery is taking hundreds of thousands of pounds off the state. There is also a look at the fake baby carriers putting children's safety in jeopardy, and how one faker even compromised aircraft fire extinguishers.

11:30 .......... Helicopter Heroes Rav Wilding looks at the work of the Yorkshire Air Ambulance. A teenage cyclist fights for his life after a serious road accident, and pilot Steve faces a tricky landing to rescue a camper who has fallen down a hill.

12:15 .................... Bargain Hunt

09:25 ........................ The Jeremy Kyle Show

07:35 .................... Bargain Hunt

10:30.................... This Morning

08:20 ...............Don't Get Done, Get Dom

11:25 ............................ITV News

09:05 ....... Peter Jones Meets...

12:30............... Let's Do Lunch... With Gino and Mel

10:05...The Chef's Protege

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10:35........................... HARDtalk 11:00 .......................... BBC News 12:00 ................................... Coast

12:10 ..........................The Secret Life of Walter Mitty 13:55............ The Weakest Link 14:40 ...................... Mastermind 15:10.............................. A to Z of TV Gardening 15:55 ............A Taste of My Life 16:25............Wild Down Under

13:00 ............BBC News at One

17:15 .............................Antiques Roadshow

13:30 ..........BBC London News

18:00 ...................Eggheads

13:45................................Doctors

18:30 .......... Britain's Empty Homes

14:15 ...........................Land Girls 15:00...........................Only Fools and Horses 15:30 ..........................Only Fools and Horses 16:00 ..........................Perfection 16:45 .................................Flog It! 17:15 .............................Pointless 18:00 ................... BBC News at Six 18:30 ............... BBC London News 19:00............ Rip Off Britain 19:30 .................EastEnders 20:00 ..... Britain's Favourite Supermarket Foods 21:00................ Crimewatch 22:00 ........BBC News at Ten

11:30 .................... This Morning

13:30 .............................ITV News and Weather 14:00......... The Hungry Sailors Dick and James are island hopping around the Scillies again, with Tresco and Bryher their latest destinations. They gather produce from the famous Abbey Gardens, and cook in a museum dedicated to shipwrecks. They discover the secret of Tresco beef with farmer Paul Christopher, and battle it out to produce the perfect cricket tea. Zoe Dann shows James her secret recipe for Bryher tatty cake - but can he remember the recipe to include it on the evening's dinner menu?

15:00 ..................Secret Dealers 16:00 ....................Tipping Point 17:00....... Take on the Twisters

19:00 .................... Celebrity Mastermind

18:00 ...... ITV News London

19:30....... RHS Flower Show Tatton Park 2013

19:30 ...................... Tonight

20:00 ........... Dara O Briain's Science Club

20:30 .... Married to the Job

Mindbending. Acclaimed science series combining lively studio chat and experiments with cutting-edge film reports to discover the ideas that are changing the world we live in. Dara is joined by his regular team and leading science guests Professor Noel Sharkey and Professor Bruce Hood as he looks inside our heads to explore how much we know about our brains and how much our brains give away about us. Science journalist Alok Jha goes to Pittsburgh to test whether a computer can actually reach into his mind and read his thoughts.

22:25 .....BBC London News

21:00 .......Hebrides: Islands on the Edge

22:35 ................Crimewatch Update

22:00 ....... Mock the Week... Again

22:45 ............... Who Do You Think You Are?

22:30 ................. Newsnight

23:45..... Surviving Summer

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07:05 .................................Flog It!

23:20............... Piper Alpha: Fire in the Night

19:00 ................ Emmerdale 20:00 ................ Emmerdale 21:00 ...................The Briefs The fly-on-the-wall documentary exploring the criminal law concludes with unprecedented access into one of Britain's busiest legal aid practices, Tuckers in Manchester. In this episode, the firm is representing Scott, who is accused of masquerading as an Italian count and using a false name. He is also charged with defrauding a woman of £12,000 after meeting her on a dating website. Liam is about to stand trial for GBH after allegedly stabbing a gatecrasher at a party. He claims he was provoked when the man attacked him with a spade. Young Dexter is accused of breaking into a caravan with a group of friends. His lawyer advises him to be careful in the police interview as he feels he may not get bail.

22:00 ......... ITV News at Ten 22:35 ...................... The Zoo 23:35.................. Goodwood Festival of Speed 2013

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Thursday Thursday 25th July 06:10 ........................ The Hoobs 07:00 ........ Kirstie's Handmade Treasures 07:15 ............ According to Jim 07:40 ................. Will and Grace 08:05 .............Everybody Loves Raymond 09:05..................................Frasier 10:05..... The Big Bang Theory 11:00 ....................... Undercover Boss Canada 12:05 ..........A Place in the Sun: Home or Away 13:05...Kirstie's Vintage Gems 13:25 .......................Carry on Up the Khyber 15:10 ...................... Countdown 16:00 ...............Deal or No Deal 17:00 ...... Come Dine with Me 18:00............ The Simpsons 18:30................... Hollyoaks 19:00........ Channel 4 News 20:00 ................ Supersize v Superskinny 21:00 ................. First Dates 22:00...Catching a Killer: W C Crocodile Tears choice 23:05..............Random Acts 23:10... 24 Hours in A and E

06:00.................... Children-s TV

06:00 ........................Emmerdale

06:00.............. Elephant Diaries

06:00 ........................... Switched

08:15 ..........................Peppa Pig

06:25 ...........Coronation Street

06:25 ...................... Doctor Who

06:20.................................. 90210

08:35 .... Roary the Racing Car

06:55 ..............Planet's Funniest Animals

07:15 ...................... Robin Hood

07:05..................... One Tree Hill

08:00 .......................... Sanctuary

07:50....Desperate Housewives

07:25 ........................ The Jeremy Kyle Show USA

09:00 ................................The Bill

08:40................................ Scrubs

11:00 ................... Covert Affairs

09:10.... Rules of Engagement

12:00 ........................ Beauty and the Beast

09:40 ..................................90210

13:00 ............................ Primeval: New World

11:35 ........................... Charmed

14:00 ...................... Doctor Who

13:00.....How I Met Your Mother

06:00 ....... Football's Next Star 07:00 ..............................Brainiac: Science Abuse 08:00 ............. The Glee Project 09:00 ............................ A League of Their Own 10:00 ...........................Futurama 12:00 .........Last Man Standing 13:00 ....................... A League of Their Own 14:00 .....................................Glee 15:00 ...................Stargate SG-1 17:00 .................. The Simpsons 17:30 ................Modern Family 18:00 ..........Modern Family 18:30 ............The Simpsons 20:00 ..........Modern Family 21:00 .................... Starlings 22:00 ............Greatest Little Britons 23:00 ............ Hawaii Five-0

08:50 .......Bananas in Pyjamas 09:00 ........................ Tickety Toc 09:15...............The Wright Stuff 11:10..... World's Busiest Airport 12:10 .........5 News Lunchtime 12:15 ....................... Big Brother 13:15 .............Home and Away 13:45 ...................... Neighbours 14:15 ......................... CSI: Miami 15:15 .......................Rosamunde Pilcher's Winter

08:10 .....You've Been Framed! 08:40........................ Judge Judy 09:35 ...... Peter Andre: My Life 10:35 ..... The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills 11:30 ..................The Millionaire Matchmaker 12:30........................ Emmerdale

15:00 .........................Perception 16:00.................. 1-800-Missing

10:35 .....................One Tree Hill 12:30 ...........................Hollyoaks 14:00 .................................Scrubs 15:00 ........................... Charmed

17:00 ........................ Beauty and the Beast

16:00.... Rules of Engagement

14:00 .... The Jeremy Kyle Show

18:00................. Coastguard Florida

18:00....The Big Bang Theory

16:10..... The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills

19:00 ................... Lifeguard

20:00 ........ Cowboy Traders

17:05 ..................The Millionaire Matchmaker

20:00 ................ Traffic Cops

21:00.................... The Hotel Inspector Returns

18:00......... The Jeremy Kyle Show USA

22:00 ................Big Brother

19:00....You've Been Framed!

23:00 ..............Big Brother's Bit on the Side

21:00 .........Couples Retreat

17:00 .......................5 News at 5 17:30...................... Neighbours 18:00........ Home and Away 18:30 ............Newstalk Live 19:00.... Police Interceptors

13:00............Coronation Street 13:30 ........................Judge Judy

19:30 .............Bondi Rescue 21:00 .... Dynamo: Magician Impossible 22:00 ............... Dangerman

17:00.....How I Met Your Mother 19:00................... Hollyoaks 19:30 .......... How I Met Your Mother 20:00....The Big Bang Theory 20:30 .......... How I Met Your Mother

23:00................ Paramedics

21:00............Don't Trust the B---- In Apartment 23

23:20 ...........Celebrity Juice

23:30 ................ Paramedics

21:30...............Suburgatory

06:00 ........Nothing to Declare

07:00 ...............................Carpool

08:00 .........................Dog Patrol

06:00 ..................Good Morning Sports Fans

08:30 .........................Dog Patrol

07:10 .................. Himalaya with Michael Palin

06:00...........................The Devil's Dinner Party 07:00 ..........................................ER

09:00 ..............UK Border Force

08:00 ..............Storage Hunters

08:00 .......Star Trek: Enterprise

07:00................. Good Morning Sports Fans

10:00................ Criminal Minds

09:00 .............................Top Gear

09:00 .......................Blue Bloods

11:00................ Criminal Minds

11:00 ....................... Traffic Cops

10:00 ..........................................ER

12:00 ............. CSI: Crime Scene Investigation

12:00 ..............Storage Hunters

11:00....................... Blue Bloods

13:00 .............................Top Gear

12:00....... Star Trek: Enterprise

14:00 ................Criminal Minds

15:00 ....................... Traffic Cops

15:00 ................Criminal Minds 16:00 .........................Dog Patrol 17:00 ..............UK Border Force 18:00.... Nothing to Declare 19:00 ........CSI: Crime Scene Investigation

16:00.............. Storage Hunters 17:00 .............................Top Gear 19:00................ Traffic Cops 20:00 ........Storage Hunters 20:30 ........Storage Hunters

10:30 .............................. Football

14:00 ..................................House 15:00 .......................Blue Bloods

11:30 ......................Senior Open Championship

16:00 .............................Star Trek: Enterprise

14:30....................... Total Rugby 15:00 ....................... Boots 'n' All

17:00 ..........................................ER

16:00 ......................Senior Open Championship

18:00......................... House

21:00.................. Red Dwarf

21:00 .................Britain and Ireland's Next Top Model

21:40........... Not Going Out 22:20 ........... Not Going Out

21:00......................... Smash

22:00 ................. CSI: Miami

23:00 ..........Mock the Week

22:00..................... Big Love

23:00 .........................Bones

23:40 ..................Red Dwarf

23:15................ Blue Bloods

09:00..................... Barclays Asia Trophy Football

13:00 ..................................House

20:00.......... Four Weddings

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08:00 ..................Good Morning Sports Fans

19:00......................... House 20:00 ............Urban Secrets

19:00 ..........................World Matchplay Darts 23:30 .......................Premier League Years

W C choice The Chef's Protege BBC2, 10:05

Three of the UK's most renowned chefs are going back to catering college. Tom Kitchin, Theo Randall and Michel Roux Jr are each looking for a young student to take under their wing. All week, Michelinstarred chef Tom Kitchin has been on a search for a student with promise that he can help rise to the challenge of being his apprentice. He has spent time at his old catering college in Perth and from seven hopefuls he is now down to the best three. With bonds beginning to form, the students are invited to cook at Tom's Edinburgh restaurant. Here they are each challenged to cook one of his signature dishes for a special lunch service attended by Tom's closest and most trusted restaurant colleagues. Throwing them in at the deep end Tom has not chosen the simplest options on his menu, including a razor clam starter that cannot be cooked until the very last minute; a complex lamb main and a fresh but intricate dessert using seasonal fruit - there is a lot at stake for them to get it right.

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Tonight, I’m gonna be… WHAT’S NEW…

IT’S always difficult with a feature like this because new acts are “new” for just a short time. And “new” doesn’t mean new to the business but simply new to this circuit. Micky Glamz, a new show to Tenerife, is making a good name for himself here. He is no stranger to the industry, having worked as a singer/guitarist in showbands up and down the UK at holiday parks, clubs, hotels and corporate venues. Micky worked in one of the biggest Seventies’ tribute bands in the UK and has supported the likes of Slade, T. Rex, the Bay City Rollers and The Sweet among others. This vast experience, coupled with bucketloads of talent, has inspired him to create a solo show which captures all that is “Glam” about the Seventies. Everyone knows the songs and the style, but the way this show is delivered with pace

and hit after hit demonstrates that Micky is definitely on to a winner. The Micky Glamz Glitz Blitz Show features Micky in costume, playing guitar and bringing that Seventies sound and atmosphere to any venue. This is a brilliant show that hardly comes up for air. It’s a party show so it probably wouldn’t work in a care home for the elderly. But this is Tenerife, where every night is a Saturday night, and a fun show like this will always work and do well. Welcome to Tenerife Micky Glamz. You can book this show direct by calling (0034) 655 680 402 - and don’t forget your platforms!

THERE were at least 10 Elvis Tribute shows working on our circuit at one time, along with a handful of Neil Diamonds and always a few Rod Stewarts.

Tenerife has seen tribute shows to Cher, Madonna, Rihanna, Lady Gaga, Michael Buble, Abba, George Michael, Tom Jones and Elton John. Some have been very good at what they do and others …well let’s just say they tried and failed and are now back in the UK pricing up baked beans in Tesco. Tribute acts are great crowd-pullers, and a good poster outside a bar can be very enticing. For instance, if you are Michael Buble fan and you see that a Buble act is on in a bar, you will probably be intrigued and make plans to see the show. Tribute artistes have a lot of pressure on them to be as much like the person they are honouring, and they will always be compared directly to that star. That is a big pedestal to put oneself on: to

have the confidence in your ability to go out on the boards, night after night, and deliver a performance which the audience expect to be flawlessly-similar to the advertised tribute. I love watching a good tribute act, and for all the reasons I have stated. We all love comparisons, especially within showbiz, and my favourite over the years has been Topazz and his tribute to Barry White. There is no voice like the love doctor - unless, of course, you have seen Topazz. At 6ft 8ins, this man from Nashville, Tennessee, is a force to be reckoned with. He has an extremely colourful background in the music industry, going back to the late Eighties and early

Nineties, Topazz toured with The Hitman & Her and even appeared on Top Of The Pops as the frontman with Bizznizz and their hit song Don’t Miss The Party Line. As a young man, he would often hang out with Coolio and spent time in the studio with him during the recording of the massive hit Gangsta’s Paradise. Topazz has been signed to some big labels over the years,

including the mighty EMI. He has a unique voice and, when he turns on the low tones of Barry White, people in the audience, (mainly women) just melt. The combination of the American accent, his stage presence, the song choice and his sparkly stage attire is why this man is one of the most individual singers on this circuit - and extremely wellliked. If you would like to see what the fuss is all about, then why not give this number a call? You will not regret getting Topazz on your entertainment bill. Contact Topazz direct on (0034) 639 019 132. Further interest in Topazz can be sought via on the website www.topazzmusic.com which features videos and links to his TOTP performance, and a selection of his original material. A real artiste of the highest calibre!

TRAMPS nightclub, in central Las Americas, has always been a busy place, but the last few weeks there have been absolutely fantastic. The resident DJs are awesome, while and the visiting celebrity DJs are filling the place to maximum capacity every week. Vernon Kay, who was back last night (Thursday), remains one of the biggest crowd-pullers of all the billed DJs. Last week also saw Tim Westwood’s first appearance of the summer, and he even ventured down to Leonardos Bar for the pre-party with Scott Page. As always, Tim had the dance floor rocking all night. After talking to the manager, Olly, on Wednesday evening, he told me that hosting the big names was not the highlight of his year. I completely understood when he showed me this photograph with the stunning Wallis Day, from Hollyoaks, wrapped all around him, and added: “This is why I love my job.” The next “biggie” takes place tomorrow (Saturday), when MTV and The Valleys stars, Nat & Jordan, will be doing their thing in Tramps. All details are on the poster to the right, and you can also visit www.trampstenerife.com for all other information regarding events at Tramps, The King Of Clubs. Canarian Weekly would like to thank Richard Lewington for providing photography for these events for use in this publication.

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By Alex Ashton If you are a small business and a smart-phone owner, there are apps available to use regularly, maintaining your interests while on the move. Mail, web-browsing, IM messaging are all pretty standard, but here are a few you might be missing out on. I have tested each one extensively and I’ve found the following apps to be fundamental. These four apps help organise your thoughts and finances, and make marketing easier, even when you’re away from the computer or office. Evernote (Free, iPhone/ iPad/Android/Mac/PC) EVERNOTE is the quintessential note-taking and storing app. It allows you to keep every thought you have written down, saved, and then organise it properly. You can create different folders so your business and personal notes are kept separate, as well as tags for easy identification. Newly-added: the app now features reminders that can be added on to each note you take, so you never forget to do exactly what you wrote down. Formatting text is easier than other text editors. Sharing to social networks is also directly integrated. So if you put together something that you’d like to share on your Twitter or Facebook page, you can do it directly from the app itself. Mint (Free, iPhone / iPad / Android / Web) ARE your finances in a dilemma? No idea where your money is going? Can’t understand your bank’s outdated web dashboard? Then Mint is for you. Mint is a simple, secure application that connects directly with your bank account to monitor financial activity. It produces these nifty, straightforward charts and graphs, so you can visualise your business’ spending. It really makes things crystal clear when it comes to tracking revenue and expenses. Sure, your bank probably has a way of giving

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The top four mobile apps are smartest you reports and showing what’s coming and going, but nothing like the ease of this, I can assure you. Mint is widely-trusted among people and businesses to track their money, so it’s incredibly secure. You can even set up a pass lock before gaining access to the app. Just sign up, link your bank and Mint will start accounting for you. With a much clearer view of how your money is being spent, you can fine-tune your budget and allocations to work better for your business. Expenses can be grouped into categories and allotted a monthly budget. Going over this will prompt an alert, so you can keep a close eye on exactly what is happening with your money. The sleek design GUI also makes it a win-win. Facebook Pages App JUST over six months ago, the main Facebook app wouldn’t have made it to this list. It took the developers at Facebook far too long to get the app right. Not only was its design clunky for years, but it didn’t encourage users to keep using Facebook on their phones. I doubt they truly realised the importance of this fact until it was completely updated and turned into the recent app we have today. Right about the time of this re-design, they saw a big boost in mobile users. Today, a huge portion of their traffic comes from people using the app, and it’s pretty clear why. Simply log in and add a post, picture, or video, and share away. The mobile-friendly nature of the app encourages business owners to keep their audiences in the loop, no matter where they are. Events, news, or spontaneous updates now have no trouble being shared immediately from the app. You can moderate comments and permissions, just as you would on a PC. Monitor your business page(s), Insights, and use plenty of other helpful features,

making the management experience a piece of cake. If you are contributor to a Facebook page for your small business, then get the app. 4. Gmail (iPhone/iPad/ Android/Web) NOT everyone uses Google’s email platform for his/her business, but it is still a contender. Personally, I have one Gmail account (generally used for sign-ups from which I may receive SPAM) and keep tabs on it using my smart-phone, so this app is essential. Even if you just use Gmail for personal email, I would recommend trying this app out. It was completely redesigned not long ago and it seems to be very stable so far. The design and layout is nearly flawless now, all free of charge. Plus, multiple account integration is a breeze. If you didn’t know, for only £3.30 per month you can use Gmail as your mail provider with a specific domain address. Your email can still remain examples@example.com but instead of using the regular client, you can use Gmail. However, I would recommend this for entrepeneurs or freelancers only, That’s because I still prefer to keep my medium to enterprise business clients on the Microsoft Exchange platform for versatility and privacy. I have never been sold on the thought of my clients’ mail sitting on GOOGLE’S servers, considering how large and easily influenced they are, but this ideology is less of a risk for just one person, or a few employees only. So there you have it. These are my four best smart phone apps for helping you run your small business.

Make small spaces big IKEA has launched a new campaign titled ‘Make Small Spaces Big’, which examines how space efficiency can improve your life at home. The work continues the brand’s strategy to demonstrate an understanding of the everyday challenges that people face in their homes. ‘Make Small Spaces Big’, explores IKEA’s space-saving and multifunctional furniture and product ranges, and highlights a wide range of smart solutions for everyday space problems. The campaign is inspired by the fact that Britons live in the smallest homes in Europe - 15% smaller than anywhere else on the continent. Newlybuilt properties have declined in size by 11% in the last ten years and, according to research by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), a lack of space is one of the main reasons people consider moving home, however the current economic situation forces many to

make do with the space they have. The TV ad ‘One Room Paradise’ created by the agency Mother, is set in a doll’s house and introduces a single mother, ‘Mandy’, and her son, ‘Liam’, who live in a tiny, toy, highrise flat. The flat may be small but it doesn’t stop them from enjoying life. The film follows mother and son through everyday life activities from cooking to skateboarding, and we see how the great IKEA products and solutions makes the most of their small space and showcases how you can make small spaces feel big. The TV spot is edited from a full-length music video featuring a recording of the Aretha Franklin classic ‘One Room Paradise’. The track is performed by soul singer Elayna Boynton, who recently found fame singing on the soundtrack for Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained. The campaign also includes outdoor and press work, which illustrates how smart home furnishings from IKEA can help deliver

the most function from the smallest of spaces. A guided tour of Mandy’s apartment in the style of MTV Cribs on YouTube allows viewers to see some of the IKEA space saving solutions in detail. The YouTube video is supported by digital display advertising. Peter Wright, IKEA UK and Ireland Marketing Manager, said, “With the latest burst of our new brand campaign, it is our ambition to continue the revitalisation and transformation of IKEA brand in the UK and Ireland. ‘Make Small Spaces Big’ demonstrates IKEA’s understanding and expertise in helping people to optimize any space in their home, no matter how big or small, through the use of IKEA’s clever products and solutions. We hope to inspire people and to show that we are more relevant than ever to help with consumers’ everyday challenges, and ultimately for more consumers to choose IKEA more often for their home furnishing needs.”

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The XTRA FACTOR! By Carl from Robot

Aspirin can kill cancer

C L I E N T S constantly ask me why they have dry hair, so I thought I’d go through a few factors that can make your hair dry without you even knowing it.

Many of you think, “Oh, my hair’s just dry naturally” without even realising that it can be put right with just a few changes to your haircare routine. I call them “factors” - elements of your life that can have such a damaging effect on your hair. Take, for instance, your average woman living here in Tenerife. She might think she looks after her hair and that she’s not subjecting it to too much damage. Let’s say she has tinted hair and gets it cut regularly. But her hair is being abused by numerous elements and just the day-to-day aspects of her life. For instance, she has it coloured - a drying factor – and she uses a hairdryer, which speaks for itself. Her hair is shoulder-length and so, is over three years old. Another aspect is that she swims regularly and sunbathes, which are two more issues. She also works outside, and so has constant sun on it - and, now and again, she uses a hair iron.

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That’s SEVEN factors which dry her hair out - and this is someone who believes she cares for her hair. For every drying aspect, you need to be replacing your moisture levels every day. As much as you take out, the more you should put back in. Telling me that you don’t use a regular conditioner, and rarely use hair sun-screen, isn’t going to convince me that you care for your hair. Once out of the salon, your hair-care is left to you and the advice given to you by your stylists. It’s up to you to take their advice and apply it to your

particular hair-care regime. Here in Tenerife we have blazing sun at the moment, and rarely do I see people covering their hair or applying a sun-screen, as they do to their skin. If the sun is strong enough to burn your skin, then think what it’s doing to your hair. Use a moisturising shampoo and conditioner, apply a masque at least once a week and please use some form of oil on your hair. That will replace all that lost moisture you’re taking out of your hair on a daily basis. This is basic hair-care advice … try your best to use it!

A REGULAR dose of aspirin has been hailed as an antidote to cancer - and a low-dose tablet, taken every other day, could save thousands of lives

And women who take the popular painkiller just four times a week are 42% less likely to get bowel cancer. This remarkable fact has been unearthed in a long-term study the latest research on the benefits of the humble tablet for protecting against a host of killer cancers. Aspirin, known as a “wonderdrug” anyway, and already taken daily by millions to ward off heart disease and stroke, looks increasingly to

be a powerful cancer weapon. The latest study in the US shows that taking a low-dose tablet on alternate days really is beneficial to lowering cancer death rates. The research results, published in the Annals of Internal Medicine journal, suggest that aspirin may be taken as a prophylactic (a preventative or defensive barrier), to help ward off cancer in the same way that it is prescribed to protect against heart disease. American experts at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School and Harvard School of Public Health, all in Boston, considered the long-term use of aspirin for reducing the risk for bowel cancer in healthy women. From 1994 to 1996, a total of 38,876 females

aged 45-plus were randomly assigned to take 100mg of aspirin or a placebo every other day. The trial ended in 2004, with follow-ups to 2012. The findings suggest aspirin may be taken as a prophylactic to help ward off cancer Researchers also found ongoing use was associated with an increased risk of stomach bleeding, which is a common side-effect of aspirin. “Long-term use of alternate-day, low-dose aspirin may reduce risk for colorectal cancer in healthy women,” they surmised. “The US Preventive Services Task Force recommends aspirin in women aged 55-79, but only when potential benefit outweighs potential harm. With more evidence for long-term effects in carcinogenesis (the creation of cancer), recommendations might be reconsidered.” Nearly 41,000 people in Britain are diagnosed annually with bowel cancer, and almost 16,000 die from it. Aspirin blocks the effects of proteins in inflammation found at unusually high levels in several cancers. Cancer Research UK’s Sarah Williams said: “It shows for the first time that women who take low-dose aspirin every other day lower their chance of developing the disease.”

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By Val Sainsbury THE risk of older people getting dementia is going down in the UK, which goes against the predictions of experts.

A study in The Lancet - the world’s leading medical journal - reveals this heartening statistic, and researchers believe it could be a reflection of improving public health. The study, by a team from Cambridge University covering Cambridgeshire, Nottinghamshire and Newcastle, compares dementia rates in people born 20 years apart. Based on 1991 trends, experts had predicted 8% of over-65s would have dementia in 2011. But the actual figure for that year turned out to be just over 6%. Applied to the whole

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UK, it would add up to 214,000 fewer cases of dementia than predicted, which would amount to a 24% reduction. This suggests that there are 670,000 people living in the UK with dementia, rather than the 800,000-900,000 figure currently cited by experts. Professor Carol Brayne and colleagues, who carried out the analysis, say the UK is still seeing more cases of dementia, year-on-year as a whole, because of the nation’s ageing population. More people are living to increasingly old ages, at which they are expected to be at their highest risk of dementia. But for the individual, the study findings appear to be good news. Co-researcher Prof Tony Arthur said: “When you compared the two cohorts born 20 years apart, you see

that dementia prevalence has gone down. This could be because known risk factors for dementia are on the decline.” He pointed out the improvements in managing cardiovascular disease, which has been linked to an increased risk of the symptom. “More people are spending more time in

education as well, which might be protective,” he added. Dr Eric Karran, of Alzheimer’s Research UK, felt the study was robust and made reliable comparisons by looking at two groups of over65s from the same geographical regions, and using the same assess-

ment and analysis tools, 20 years apart. “One interpretation of the findings is that general health and health management has improved to the extent that it has helped reduce dementia risk,” he said. “That is encouraging news for us all. “However, this study clearly demonstrates that the risk of dementia can change with time, and for future birth cohorts it will be important to track, for example, the effects of the increase in obesity in the general population.” The Alzheimer’s Society agreed, saying: “While this is good news, this is one study which needs careful examination, and it may not indicate a continuing trend. “For example, we also know that other risk factors such as obesity

are, in fact, increasing. “Dementia remains the biggest health and social care challenge facing the UK. Today’s research doesn’t mean we can take our eye off the ball. “With no cure, few effective treatments and an economic impact dwarfing that of cancer and heart disease, more research is needed to identify the causes of dementia and how to reduce people’s risk.” The results are part of the MRC Cognitive Function and Ageing Study of more than 15,000 older people. Dementia, unlike Alzheimer’s, is not a disease in itself, as widely thought. It is a non-specific syndrome in which affected areas of brain function may be affected, such as memory, language, problem-solving and attention.

Fat dads could mean fat kids! FAT fathers could pass on their weight problems to their children and their grandchildren!

A medical study has revealed that it all comes down to the dad’s weight at the time of conception. So if he’s carrying excess lard and wants to avoid having an overweight family, he should attempt to shift some of it before trying for a baby. Researchers have discovered a “molecular signal” in the sperm of obese fathers which can pass on the same obesity problems, including diabetes, to multiple generations. Both male and female children run the risk of inheriting obesity this way, although girls have

a higher risk than boys, according to a study by Australian biologists at the University of Adelaide. Even if the children eat healthily and have active lifestyles, they may still suffer as a result of this signal, although it is likely to weaken slightly with each passing generation. Lead researcher Dr Tod Fullston said: “A father’s diet changes the molecular make-up of the sperm. With obese fathers, their sperm might programme the embryo for obesity or metabolic disease later in life.” The chance of diabetes-type diseases is the same for both male and female offspring, he said, and less severe but still possible in grandchildren. This can even happen if the obese father

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shows no signs of diabetes, said Dr Fullston. He added: “It’s been known for some time that the health of a mother before, during, and after pregnancy can impact on her child’s health,. But the father’s health during this period is often overlooked. “If our laboratory studies are translatable to humans, this could be a new and, as yet, unexplored intervention window into the epidemic of childhood obesity. “A focus on the mother’s health is extremely important, but we’re seeing that the father’s health is also important for conception. “It is possible that by a father showing additional attention to diet and exercise, this could have a positive impact on his future children and grandchildren.”

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Restaurants cheating kids C H I L D R E N across the UK are getting a raw deal from leading restaurants and pubs, who continually dish up the same old meals for them.

New research from the Out to Lunch campaign, run by the Soil Association and Organix, suggests they make life easy for themselves and their kitchens with pizzas, nuggets, burgers and sausages. There’s not much in the way of fruit or vegetables, and not even the provision of cutlery for the kids. It’s no wonder, then, that 33% of children are overweight by the time they leave primary school, and that 66% of parents are unhappy with what’s on offer for the kids when they take them out to eat. Organisers at Out to Lunch are calling for the restaurant industry to improve standards and make changes to their children’s menus. Their investigation covered 21 popular high street restaurants and pubs, whose menus for children were surveyed over a three-month period. And it revealed: *12 out of the 21 restaurants and pubs have children’s menus dominated by nuggets, burgers and sausages *Eight out of 21 chains don’t include vegetables or salad in the majority of their children’s main meals *10 don’t include a portion of fruit in any of their children’s pud-

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dings *Only 11 of the 21 chains were willing to say whether their food was freshly cooked and where it came from * Of the 11, only four were making and cooking the majority of children’s food in the kitchen: Jamie’s Italian, Wagamama, Carluccios and Café Rouge *Only one chain (Jamie’s Italian) could reliably tell parents where its meat came from *Only one offers children’s cutlery as standard *No restaurants have signage welcoming breast-feeding on their premises *Only two chains offer a children’s drinks’ menu which is free from added sugar and sweeteners In line with the research, Out to Lunch has now issued a league table ranking the 21 restaurants and pubs to show the industry and consumers just what chains are offering children. Jamie’s Italian, Wagamama and Wether-

spoon’s top the league, while Burger King, KFC and Prezzo scored the least points. Although average meal prices varied from restaurant to restaurant, this did not determine where chains came in the rankings. Joanna Lewis, Head of Policy at the Soil Association, said: “Our investigation reveals that most high street restaurants are not even meeting the most basic standards families should expect when they eat out. “Most are still churning out children’s menus dominated by the usual suspects - burgers, nuggets and pizzas - turning the table into a battlefield for any parents wanting their child to eat well. “With one in three children now overweight or obese by the time he or she leaves primary school, it’s time for these popular chains to use their influence in a positive way.” She added: “Restaurants need to raise the bar and listen to parents, who are saying

they want fresh food and not ready-meals for their children - and the same kind of variety you’d expect as an adult. “In the wake of ‘Horsegate’, it also rings alarm bells that only one restaurant knows where its meat comes from.” The Out to Lunch campaign is calling on all high street restaurants and pubs to introduce the following measures: *Offer all young diners the choice of a children’s portion of adult meals *Serve freshly-prepared food, not readymeals *Offer free water to families on arrival *Offer children’s cutlery as standard *Make breast-feeding mums feel welcome Anna Rosier, Managing Director of leading UK organic baby-food company Organix, says: “Four out of 10 parents (40%) told us they eat out once a fortnight or more with their families. “If restaurants and pubs want to ensure business stays strong

and see customers return, they need to start improving what they’re serving to children. “We want families parents, grandparents, aunties and uncles - to help get behind our campaign to see change. “Restaurants will start improving only if we start being more vocal about what we’re seeing and vote with our feet.” Out to Lunch is asking families to carry out four simple steps to back the campaign: *Tell restaurants what you think. The Out to Lunch downloadable Campaign Pack includes a review slip to make it easy for families to leave it behind on the table *Be vocal and share feedback with family and friends *Vote with your feet. If a restaurant is not up to scratch, don’t go back *Support the campaign by wearing the ‘I support Out to Lunch’ badge on your Facebook and Twitter profiles Anna added: “With the summer holidays upon us, families will enjoy eating out more often, and we want to see thousands of reviews being left behind this summer, not only in chain restaurants, but independents, too. “If we create enough noise, together we can help make change happen.” Jamie Oliver, founder of Jamie’s Italian, which topped the league table, said: “Since the first

Jamie’s Italian opened, we’ve always kept things kid-friendly with our funky viewfinder menus and super-tasty food. “So to come top of the table is a fantastic achievement and, more importantly, confirmation that we’re doing things right. “We believe that the quality of the kids’ food should to be right up there on the same level as the main menu, and I truly believe we have a brilliant offering that both kids love and parents can trust.” The TV chef added: “Over the years, I’ve learned that if you give kids a bit of ownership over their food, they’ll really embrace it, so that’s exactly what we’ve done with our “shake me” salads. “Every dish on the kids’ menu comes with one, and it counts as one of a child’s five a day. I’ve seen parents completely amazed that their kids are eating salad, and that’s down to the fact that they’ve been involved - and had fun putting it together.” For a more detailed insight into the Out to Lunch league table, visit www.soilassociation.org/ outtolunch. Restaurants can find out how they size up, and how they can receive support and advice on the small steps, and bigger steps they need to make by downloading the Out to Lunch toolkit. The detailed league table, restaurant profiles and full list of criteria are available on our website at www. soilassociation.org/outtolunch

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Heston’s creating ice cream H esto n Blumenthal features in a new Waitrose TV advert which aired for the first time this week, to promote his unique Heston from Waitrose ice cream.

The ad shows Heston watching a film in a cinema, wearing 3D glasses, when suddenly the meteors on screen turn into popcorn floating in the universe. The ad then shows Heston creating a tub of his Salted Caramel Popcorn Ice Cream. A passion for the movies was the inspiration for Heston’s ice cream, which contains popcorn and salted caramel chunks and is part of the hugely popular Heston from Waitrose range featuring exclusive products created for the

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The Tenerife Cabildo through the Society Island for the Promotion of Persons with Disabilities (SINPROMI), has awarded the company McDonald’s Tenerife with the prize SINPROMI Integra 2013 for their work on employment of people with disabilities.

The award recognises the work of companies that have developed programmes dedicated to the inclusion of people with disabilities in its workforce. Cabildo President Melchior stressed that McDonald’s Tenerife “has over 20 years been promoting the employment of people with disabilities, showing a commitment to people with special difficulties in finding work, staff stability and accessibility of spaces.”

supermarket with the chef’s trademark twists. Waitrose Marketing Director, Rupert Thomas, said: “The quirky feel we’ve created is a departure from our usual style of advertising - the focus is on fun, as after all this is what eating ice cream should be all about. By show casing Heston from Waitrose ice cream as the star product for the campaign, we want to show viewers that everyone can have that little bit of Heston magic at home.”

The ad will be on air until 28th July.The TV ad will be accompanied by a half page double page spread press ad in key titles from 17th July, as well as online ads on key sites including the Daily Telegraph and Radio Times. The campaign was created with creative advertising agency BBH. BBH Strategic Business Lead, Sian Cook, said: “The inspiration behind Heston’s unique flavour of ice cream is a great story worth telling”.

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By Jav THE new Mazda 3 is a highly-concentrated, industrial-strength version of the funto-drive formula which made the old one so popular with enthusiasts.

In fact, aside from edgier (and pricier) performance compacts like the Ford Focus ST, Honda Civic Si, or the VW Golf GTI, this new model from the Japanese company might just be the most rewarding car to drive in the class. Some of the credit for this performance will surely have come from lessons learned when developing the Mazda 6 and CX-5. All three cars are now part of a single, highly-flexible platform, sharing some parts, structures, and assembly procedures. In this particular case, the greasy bits have been optimised for small-car duty. And this means, obviously, that this new Mazda 3, available early next year, is lighter than

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the old car. At 3,002lbs, the heaviest variant (the five-door S model) carries 67lbs fewer than the old one. Okay, it’s not that huge a drop in weight, but the new model is wider, packs far more tech, and is 30% more resistant to twist. Also, you can forget that funny, smileyfaced grill of the old car because that’s been consigned to history. And for a straightforward 2014 Mazda 3 - with none of the options on offer - you’ll get the 155-hp 2.0-litre, four-cylinder machine, paired to synchromesh magic, which adds up to Mazda’s superb, sixspeed manual and lots of fun behind the wheel. There’s also a long list of tech features available, including radar cruise-control, forward- obstruction warning, cross-traffic alert, lane-departure warning, and adaptive front lighting. And there’s more, such as a low-speed,

autonomous braking system and Mazda’s awkwardly-named but smart i-Eloop system. This is an option on the 2.5-litre engine, but it does save fuel by letting the alternator freewheel when your foot is on the gas. When you’re coasting, the alternator charges and feeds a large capacitor, which delivers juice to the battery slowly. The system weighs just 20lbs and, in the worst traffic situations, delivers a 5-10% fueleconomy improvement. The North American engineering team who tuned the Mazda 3 for British roads evidently

seemed obsessed with injecting fun into the little Mazda, and no small amount of that inspiration came from the Porsche 911. The target for throttle response was the Porsche 993; the goal for steering feel was an oldschool manual steering box (probably from an early small-bumper 911), and the behaviour of the stability control and the automatic transmission’s Sport mode were patterned after the brand-new Porsche 991. What all this means is that out of the seven trim levels, offered on the Mazda 3, even the lowliest i SV model, with

16-inch wheels and allseason tires, will let you charge up a mountain with ease. And it could probably walk all over a more powerful car on the way back down that same track. Push the Mazda 3 hard through a corner and it feels brilliantlyconnected to the road, and it doesn’t protest if that tarmac isn’t icerink smooth. Even the automatic transmission’s basic mapping is smart enough to downshift at the right moments and hold on to a gear. Best of all, the 3’s back-road talents don’t translate into a stiff ride. The 2.5-litre models are noticeably quicker, yet the extra 29hp and 35lb-ft of torque don’t necessarily add to the thrills. Mazda estimate that either engine has the ability to touch 40mpg on the highway, so the 2.5-litre upgrade would be a guilt-free indulgence. The cockpit is also focused on the fun side

of driving. There’s a tidy little binnacle for the gauges and a smalldiameter steering wheel that feels just right. The 3’s optional system, called Active Driving Display, is easy to live with because the images are projected on to a small, clear panel just behind the instruments - and not on to the windshield, obstructing your vision. And there’s no ugly lump on the dash to conceal the mechanicals. Most important, Active Driving Display is adjustable to meet the eye-level of every driver. This is a great-looking car that’s inherently engaging from behind the wheel. And though pricing hasn’t been announced, the best part about it is that you won’t need to spend a lot on options to get a fun car. While the smile’s been wiped off the new Mazda 3’s grille, the one on your face if you fall for one will come as standard!

Monza Concept coupe could be the real thing V A U X H A L L’ S upmarket drive shows no signs of abating with this Monza Concept, which is set to rival a BMW 4 Series and Audi A5.

The large coupe will make its debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September some 16 years since the death of the company’s last big number, the Calibra. Yet this concept, which could evolve into the real deal in the next three years, will bear the Monza name generally associated with Vauxhall’s sister brand Opel.

Reports from Germany suggest that the concept will be a rear-

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wheel drive GT, like the Monza from the Seventies and Eighties, and

1980s, which rules out using any GM Europe platforms.

Instead, it could be based on the Cadillac ATS, which also hints at engines ranging from 2.0-litre, four-cylinder units up to 3.6-litre V6. Diesels would undoubtedly feature in Europe, but the concept will feature an advanced eco-friendly powertrain. With any production car likely to be badged as a Buick in crucial Chinese and US markets, it points to a similar plug-in hybrid system to the Buick Riviera concept shown at this year’s Shanghai Show. That car featured a W-PHEV plug-in, hybrid powertrain - the W standing for wireless, enabling the battery pack to be charged via a plug-in chord,

or by parking it over an induction panel. The Monza will also showcase the use of lightweight materials to highlight the car’s sporting credentials, while the interior will also boost Vauxhall’s hitech credentials. Already, that means an update from the likes of Apple’s Siri Eyes Free connectivity, which is already beginning to feature in the latest Vauxhalls. The Monza also has an evolution of Vauxhall’s current design themes, with a low stance, slim headlights and oversized air-intakes underneath, and a large grille with an impressive Vauxhall badge on a chrome bar.

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Lockup garage (4 spaces) Golf del sur. Underground garage parking spaces, Golf del sur. Storage warehouse . Golf del sur. Poolside cafe/bar, Golf del sur. Retail shop in San Blas, Golf del Sur, formally ladies hairdressers-nail bar, Pizza shop would be a winner! â‚Ź100 per week + â‚Ź600 bond Call David on 0044 7912623999 or email mr.dbetts@hotmail.co.uk Property for RenT Room for rent Los Cristianos Centre. Suit mature person short or long term. Quiet residential complex with pool. Wi-Fi and own TV. 300 Euros per month. Long term rental 2 bed apt, 2 terraces, enclosed garden, nr Siam Park and bus station 680 per month inc bills, plus deposit, Tel: 699 199 392 / 922 794 790 / 632 278 942.

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cars (cont.) Peugeot 307, 1.6, 2004, all electric, air con, itv til 2015, 4000 euros ONO. Tel: 647 997 488 2007 Mercedes 280SLK Silver, 3000cc V6 engine, Tiptronic gearbox, one owner from new only 50,000 Kms. Owner leaving the island. 22,000 euros, call 922 718 061

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Cars wanted CARS BOUGHT FOR CASH - Offer made once seen, we will come to you. WANTED small cars to medium cars, 4 X 4’s, small vans, people carriers, runners and non runners, accident damaged, etc. ANYTHING CONSIDERED.

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Chiropodist Elaine Watson Jones MSSCh MBCHA, serving the community from El Medano to Los Gigantes for 13 years. Telephone 608 029 790

Cleaning

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Experienced cook required for busy bar in Golf del Sur, contract given to the right applicant, call 650 768 777 Due to new refurbishment contracts, Venli are looking for experienced tradesmen to work in all areas of the building industry. Transport and tools would be helpful. No labourers or apprentices required. Call 922 782 683 or email workshop@venli.com. B Funky fashion shows are looking for International girls to model swimwear in the South of Tenerife for an immediate start. Must be presentable, and speak good English with other languages an advantage. Sales or PR experience essential. Daily work, salary, commissions paid and contracts given. Call José between 11am & 5pm on 606 181 946 El Patio outdoor furniture is looking for an outstanding sales person with a proven track record. Must have knowledge of Word and Excel along with a thorough working knowledge of Spanish with additional languages a huge advantage. Full contract, basic salary and commission on sales offered. Contact Erik on 637 887 688 or submit your CV with a valid contact number to info@patiosur.com Overseas are opening a new store in Torviscas alto. We are looking for friendly, enthusiastic individuals to start this August / September. Applicants must have a social security and NIE number, registered with the unemployment office and speak a basic Spanish. All positions are being recruited from shop floor assistants to warehouse and café bar. Please fill in an online recruitment form on www.overseas. es or hand a CV into your local Iceland store. An established marketing company in the south of Tenerife requires a self motivated Polish and Bulgarian speaking person to work with existing and new clients. The working hours are 8.30 to 4.00 Monday to Friday. Please call Sue Campbell on 922 714 632 or email your CV to Suecampbell@ regencyresorts.com   A full time Chef/Cook is required for a busy bar in Las Americas. You must have an NIE number and be able to work as part of a team. For further details please call 620 120 129

CLUBS & SOCIETIES An opportunity for residents & holidaymakers to meet & socialise at the Restaurante Castañuelas, seafront, Los Cristianos near the Sunday market, 3 course meal with ½ bottle of wine for only 12 euros. To reserve call Nancy on 655 679 033

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A busy hair salon in Los Cristianos requires a nail technician. For more information please call 922 789 058 An established resort in South Tenerife are looking for Bulgarian, Croatian Slovenian and Polish speaking persons to work in their telemarketing office, Must be self motivated and able to work as part of a team. Hours Monday to Friday 9.30 – 5pm. Please send your CV to mail@destinationtenerife.com or call Sue on 922 713 070 or 686 154 066

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Removals UNIVERSAL EXPORTS S.L. PROFESSIONAL REMOVALS TO AND FROM THE U.K. Email: info@removals-tenerife.com Transport Licence: No. 11572932 C.I.F. No. B38820395 Tel: 922 720 711

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Sisi in los cristianos, slim, sexy, good looking, private apartment, call 634 273 126 or 699 584 016

Naomy, half cast big breasted, hot stuff, good kisser, natural French, in front of the Hotel Aguamar in Los Cristianos, 655 140 934. Graciela, dark skinned Latin girl, kisses, cuddles, French, Greek, no limits, 24 hours service, central Los Cristianos, hotel visits, 605 072 917.

Colin Peel Tiling Specialist

For All Your Tiling Needs: Bathrooms, Kitchens & Floors Most Aspects of Building Work Undertaken

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Las Americas, 40yrs, blonde, sexy, sympathetic, massage & more. Tel: 660 618 331

Nice, sporty, young, Spanish lady, certified masseur, toys and naughty lingerie also available. Disreet hotel/ home visits. Reasonable prices. English speaking. Viagra available. Las Americas - Buzanada. Tel: 602 506 793.

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Furniture & Household Items bought for cash Immediate decisions

Phone Freddie 609 303 634

Good looking Spanish girl 20, French, Greek, massage, in front of the Hotel Aguamar in Los Cristianos, 24 hour service, hotel visits 672 518 835.

PETS TENERIFE TRANSLATION SERVICES: Over 20 years experience. Official Translations, Medical, Conveyancing, Notary, Wills, Utilities, Insurances, Building licences Etc.. Transport available if required. Professionalism & Confidentiality guaranteed. For these and many more call Tracey on 666 857 991 info@tenerifetranslationservices.com

TV and Satellite Menny Fix, Satellite TV Tel 922 792 116 Avnd; Antonio Dominguez 18, Edif: MarOLa Local 2, Los Cristianos. EST 1994, Repairs, Maintenance and Sales.

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AS the temperatures soared here in Tenerife so did the emotion in Sapri, Italy, for the latest IBFA event, with Tenerife businessman and body-builder Chris Penney ecstatic with his latest achievements winning both the Mr. Universe and Mr. Europe titles. When we last spoke to Chris back in May he firmly had his sights on winning the IBFA Mr. Universe competition from the 6th -8th July and that’s what he well and truly did. He told Canarian Weekly: “It’s really only just sinking in”. He made the onerous journey to Sapri a small town in the Campania region of Italy right on the south western tip; where the whole population of just over 7,000 come to a halt to support the event. Sapri’s not an easy

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place to get to from Tenerife, after a 3am start on planes, trains and automobiles Chris eventually reached the

town on the Cilentan coast at 6pm. Over 250 competitors, more than usual were going through their

paces. The reason for the increased number is that on the preceding Saturday the Mr. Italy competition had also been held. In high humidity, at 02.30am Chris was announced as the winner of Mr. Universe, senior heavyweight cat-

egory, an outstanding achievement when you consider that he’s competing against guys who are nearly half is age. Chris’s trainer Jose advised him to compete in this class because of his excellent conditioning and vascularity. The win in

the heavyweight category qualified Chris for the overall Mr Universe title (see pic alongside the lightweight and middleweight champions). This was the finale of the show which concluded at 03.30am. A long but successful day.

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Natural Nathan takes his place!

SIX venues hosted last week’s singles knockout competition, and 70 eager darters were joined in battle, aiming to book a place in September’s Finals Night. And an almighty battle ensued at Target Bar’s Premier league venue, with the draw throwing together some of the league’s best players. To quote a footballing term, it was “the group of death”! It was anyone’s call, but a young man who is quickly gaining a name for himself came through the toughest possible draw.

Step forward Nathan, of Ourplace Naturals, who beat Phoenix Bar’s London in the last match to earn his place in the finals. La Caña hosted the other Premier league entries, and it was equally as difficult to call. The semi-final here, pitched Phoenix Bar’s Mitch against Richard, from Bar 180 A. They know each other’s game very well, having had titanic contests with their league teams over the past few seasons, and another epic battle was guaran-

PRemier division ResultS

teed. The match could have gone either way, but it was Mitch who scraped through with a 3-2 victory. It will be some final! Ten Division 1 darters landed up at Emerald Lounge, on Golf del Sur, and again, it was needle -in-a-haystack stuff. So well done, and congratulations to Gaffers’ Paul, who came through the bottom half of the draw to stake his claim for the singles title. To do that, he will have to beat another “young” man, in the

shape of Lol, from Chipeque Pool Bar. He beat Bar 180’s even-younger Carl in the semi-final at Trap Door. Don’t worry Lol, we’ll help you on to the stage! The Division 2 event, hosted by Sundowners, featured players from Picassos, La Caña, Pas O Nadas and Emerald Shamrocks. The Shamrocks are new to the league this term and are going along quite nicely in their Division. So perhaps it’s no surprise that the final will feature two of their players, Gary and Matt.

In fact, the doubles final will also be an allShamrock affair. Now, it’s not often that I have been out with 20 girls on the same night. In fact, despite rumours elsewhere, it was the first time ever! Many thanks to the Ourplace team for the fine hospitality on offer. And well done to all the girls for the keenly-contested matches. The early rounds saw Anna, from Bar Amistad ,waltzing through her half of the draw, and looking odds-on favourite to qualify. Then she came up

Division 1 ResultS

Division 2 ResultS

Bar 180 B 4-4 Barracuda Bytes Chipeque Pool Bar 5-3 Summerland Gaffers B 5-3 Emerald Lounge Marilyns 6-2 Amistad 1 Naughty Nautas 4-4 Bar 180 C Trap Door 4-4 Rood

Amistad 2 Bar 180 D Barracuda Hunters Emerald Shamrocks Ourplace Playgirls Pas 'O' Nadas

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Table 1 Palms Sports Bar 2 The Pub 3 Phoenix Bar 4 Target Army 5 Bar 180 A 6 Vikings Ensecan 7 Target Titans 8 La Caña Pirates 9 Ourplace Naturals 10 Ourplace Playboys 11 Gaffers A 12 Scruffy Macs

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La Caña Pirates Palms Sports Bar Phoenix Bar Scruffy Macs Target Titans Vikings Ensecan

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The Pub Bar 180 A Ourplace Naturals Target Army Ourplace Playboys Gaffers A

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The following day there was no let up as it was the Mr. Europe contest. Now as Chris had won Mr. Universe the previous day he was not permitted to compete in the same category so instead he entered the Masters Category where once again he was triumphant. His 110% preparation paid off, he said: “All the training and eating every few hours with the diet has now paid off. It was just an amazing achievement” He would like to thank his trainer Jose and also his wife Tanya for preparing his food

all year. A major task in itself! After a smooth running and more than successful competition the journey back to Tenerife was not so trouble-free. Chris had additional baggage of two gold coloured statuettes, which in the end had to have their own seats on the aircraft! They’re now are on proud display in Chris’s trophy cabinet. As to the future he concluded: “I’m at the pinnacle of my body building career, I’m now going to rest from competitions and consider my options.”

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against Naughty Nautas’ Julie who dumped her out of it. Julie then beat stablemate Sue to book her place in the final against Ourplace Playgirls starlet Nuala. Well, I think that’s how her name is spelled, eh Nuala? After disposing of two Bar 180 ladies, she then cruised past Dawn from Trap Door, and will be a stern test for Julie on 6th September, when the Finals Night takes place. The venue is Nauta Bar, at Camping Nauta in Guaza - and it promises to be another cracker!

Sundowners Phoenix Flights The Rebels Picassos La Caña Lancers Tenerife Sun

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It’s the Norman conquest! KEITH NORMAN and Ian Burnley took the honours as the number of Fun Golfers dropped to 17 for Sunday’s monthly event at Los Palos. But it was the same fun in the sun as usual for the regulars, with Harry Fleming & Duncan Wallace runners-up and Frank Moss &Julia Fleming third. Jenny Messham seized the ladies’ Nearest the Pin prize, and Eric Hall did likewise for the men. And Jenny secured

a slightly unwanted double by capturing the booby prize as well, along with John McCabe.

Thanks go to Sean Bible and Charlie Sinclair for sponsoring the July tournament, and if you are inte-

rested in competing in next month’s event, on 11th August, contact Clive on 922 797 640.

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Free-to-air global footie

FIFA and UEFA have lost their appeal against a European Union ruling that the World Cup and European Championship must be shown on free-to-air TV in the UK. The two bodies had argued that the current set-up interfered with the ability to market television rights at the best commercial price they could get. The UK argued that all 64 World Cup finals matches and 31 European Championship matches were an important part of the list of national sporting “crown jewels”, which have to be made available to the whole population to watch on terrestrial television. And the court agreed, saying that European states were able to select broadcast events “which they deem to be of major importance for society” and show them for free. Otherwise, said the court, it “would deprive a substantial proportion of the public of the possibility of following those events on free television”.

Bell to the rescue again

HAVING won the first Ashes Test by the skin of their teeth at Trent Bridge on Sunday, England escaped a mauling by Australia at Lord’s yesterday (Thursday) to take command as the second Test got underway. The Aussies got rid of skipper Alastair Cook, Joe Root and Kevin Pietersen for just 28 to leave England in desperate trouble. But Ian Bell, their century-making hero of the first Test, came to the rescue with another ton. He and Jonathan Trott took the score to 124 before the latter became Ryan Harris’s third victim, for 58. But Jonathan Bairstow replaced him and carried on in the same vein alongside Bell with an unbeaten 46, taking England to a more-than-respectable 219-4 during the last session of the day. Bell completed back-to-back Ashes centuries before falling for 109. England were 284-7 as we went to press.

F1 boss Bernie’s bribe?

PROSECUTORS in Germany have accused F1 motor-racing boss Bernie Ecclestone of making a $44m (£29m) payment to German banker Gerhard Gribkowsky, of Bayern Landesbank, linked to the sale of a stake in F1 back in 2006. Ecclestone denies the accusation, saying that the money was intended to stop the banker from exposing him to a UK tax inquiry. Mr Gribkowsky was sentenced to 8½ years in jail in Munich. Mr Ecclestone told the Financial Times on Wednesday: “I have just spoken to my lawyers and they have received an indictment. It’s being translated into English. “We are defending it properly. It will be an interesting case. It’s a pity it’s happened.” Formula One Group, run by Mr Ecclestone, said in a statement that he had six weeks to respond to the indictment.

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JUST one catch was all it took for a boat called Pecado to win the Canary Islands’ IGFA Offshore World Championship qualifier on Saturday.

The event, held from the San Miguel Marina for the third consecutive year, was another outstanding success, although few fish were landed this year during the two-day competition, organised by Bertram and the IGFA, (International Fishing Federation). The one that did count - a superb Blue Marlin was hooked by the Pecado crew, led by Captain Carlos Martínez, who will be representing San Miguel Marina and the Canary Islands in the World Championship final next April in Costa Rica. There were the usu-

al one-that-got-away tales by rival captains, and with good reason because no fewer than four other Blue Marlin were hooked but not boated. Lagonda connected with three and Dotsy Too the other one, leaving Captain Martínez and crew out on their own. Also, several Wahoo the fastest fish in the ocean - were hooked but, again, just three

counted: two for Barracuda I and luckless Dotsy Two getting the third one - but the Wahoo is a much smaller species than the Marlin. There is a good reason why the Canarian leg of the tournament is held off the Island, and that’s because the waters of Tenerife hold these fish in abundance, as well as other eligible species which can be captured by the trolling method, including

White Marlin, Tuna and Dorado. The trophy presentation, which took place at the Marina on Saturday evening, was made by Tenerife Sports Minister Christo Perez and San Miguel de Abona Mayor Valentín González Évora. It was followed by a late-night bash, featuring six-piece Puerto de la Cruz band La Chalana. Main sponsors were Tenerife Cabildo’s tourism department; San Miguel Town Hall; Canarian car-hire company Cicar; Canary Islands’ Multinautica-Yanmar boat engines and the Dagger boat insurance brokerage firm. Among the co-sponsors were hotels Aguamarina; Sandos San Blas and; Golf Plaza Spa Resort (all Golf del Sur); Sun Bay Villas, Amarilla Golf; Hotel Sheraton, La Caleta and Ofipapel, Los Cristianos.

Winning captain Carlos Martínez (right) alongside San Miguel Mayor Valentín González Évora, who presented the trophies with Sports Minister Cristo Pérez

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www.canarianweekly.com British Consulate Address: Plaza Weyler, 8, 1º, 38003 Santa Cruz de Tenerife. Public opening hours from 1st July 2012: Tuesdays & Fridays: 08.30hrs – 13.30hrs Notarial services: Please consult our webpage or call 902 109 356 or alternatively +34 913 342 194 for further information on how to make an appointment. Please note, we are no longer able to provide notarial services without prior appointment. Emergency Assistance: Assistance is available 24hrs a day, 7 days a week by calling us on 902 109 356 or alternatively +34 913 342 194 E-mail: info.consulate@fco.gov.uk Web:http//: ukin spain.fco.gov.uk British Consul: Steve Jones British Vice-Consul: Helen Keating Cosumer Office Tel: 922 76 16 00 Town Hall Tel: 922 76 16 00 Emergencies Emergency Services (All) Tel: 112 National Police Tel: 091 Local Police Tel: 092 Ambulance Tel: 061 Fire Brigade Tel: 080 Guardia Civil Tel: 062 Multi-lingual police central office Tel: 902 102 112 Call this number and ask to speak to an English operator to make

a report or official complaint. Local Police Tel: 922 75 70 06 Red Cross Emergencies and Ambulances Tel: 922 28 18 00 Information and Blood Bank Tel: 922 28 29 24 International MEDSERVICE Tel: 922 79 05 63 Medical Benefits Agency Tel: (00 44) 191 218 7547 For if you find yourself in medical difficulties whilst on holiday and without the proper holiday insurance. Pharmacy Information and Locator (24 hours) Tel: 922 28 24 24 Citizen Information Tel: 010 Postal Services Tel: 902 19 71 97 International Operator Tel: 11825 Local Operator Tel: 11818 Tourist Information Tel: 922 60 55 90 Hospitals & Medical Centres (Answering Machine) Tel: 094 Hospital Las Americas, Playa de las Americas Tel: 922 75 00 22 Playa de Las Americas Centro Medicos Del Sur Tel: 922 79 10 00 Candelaria Hospital Tel: 922 60 20 00 Beach Safety Obey the beach warning flags and always supervise children when near water. Red - Strong currents do not swim Yellow - Strong winds and turbulent sea conditions. Take care.

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Green - Safe to swim Shopping Most shops open from Mon - Sat 09:00 - 13:00 then 16:00 - 20:00 Some shops may open for just Saturday Morning, and many shops are closed on Sundays and Tourist Offices, Bank Holidays, with the exception of souvenir shops which tend to open 7 days a week. Tourist Offices Tenerife Sur Tourist Office (Main Tourist Office) Tel: 902 00 31 21 Santa Cruz de Tenerife Tel: 922 28 93 94 Santiago de Teide Tel: 922 86 03 48 Costa Adeje Tel: 922 75 06 33 Puerto de la Cruz Tel: 922 38 60 00 El Medano Tel: 922 17 60 02 La Laguna Tel: 922 63 11 94 La Orotava Tel: 922 32 30 41 Las Galletas Tel: 922 73 01 33 Los Cristianos Tel: 922 75 71 37 Los Llanos de Aridane Tel: 922 40 18 99 Playa de las Américas Tel: 922 79 76 68 Playa de las Vistas Tel: 922 78 70 11

Telephone numbers: Flight Information 902 404 704 (lines open 24 hours) Airport Information Tel: 922 75 90 00 Tourist Information Tel: 922 392 037 TFN - Tenerife Norte airport (Los Rodeos) For all domestic flights and some scheduled international and mainland ser-

vices. Telephone numbers: Flight Information Tel: 902 404 704 (lines open 24 hours) General Information Tel: 922 635 800 Buses TITSA is Tenerife´s public bus company. Tel: 922 53 13 00 The ´Bono-Bus´ discount card can be purchased from all TITSA

stations and terminals of TITSA and reduces the cost of transport by up to 30%. Radio Taxis Tel: 922 64 11 12 N.B. Taxi cabs display a special SP (Servico Público) licence plate. Arona Taxis Tel: 922 74 75 11 National Ferry Services Fred Olsen Tel: 922 62 82 52

Weather Outlook

Tour Operators Thomson Tel: 922 79 86 07 TUI Tel: 922 77 77 20 Thomas Cook Tel: 922 757 409 Cosmos Tel: 922 793 802 Transport TFS - Tenerife Sur Airport (Reina Sofia) For flights from the Spanish mainland and nearly all scheduled international flights.

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