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January 26/27 the Romeria de La Florida in La Orotava will include various activities, and, last but not least, the San Antonio celebrations are not to be missed. On January 13 they will take

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leading teaching union is urging the Canarian government to fill 1,280 permanents primar y teacher posts as soon as possible to compensate for posts lost in recent years. The union, ANPE, says that the failure to hold competitive exams to turn temporary jobs into tenured ones is having a detrimental effect on teaching quality due to the lack of staff stability in primary schools and is also dissuading students from taking up teacher training degrees. “The last selection procedure was in 2010 and was for secondary teachers. We want to see at least 60 per cent

Christmas tragedy

British toddler death A 14-month-old British toddler died on a family holiday in Tenerife over the holidays. The baby took ill with severe coughing in a wellknown Costa Adeje hotel on the night of December 27 and was treated by a doctor before being put to bed

News in Brief >>

Investment

Into the future The Canarian government has authorised the loan of €10 million towards the development of the Science and Technology park in Tenerife. The other 85 per cent of the monies for the first stage of the Project is coming from the European Regional Development fund. An agree-

with medication. However, the following morning the toddler was found dead, after apparently choking on throat phlgem during the

of the current temporary posts in primary schools upgraded to permanent positions to ensure job security for teachers,” said

the union. The proposal is unlikely to be heeded, however, due to the cost implications for the Department of Education.

night. No further details have been released of the tragedy. Consular assistance was provided to the distraught family.

ment has been signed by all interested parties – the Canarian Investigation, Innovation and Information Agency (Aciisi); the Tenerife council; and the Tenerife Scientific and Technological Park (PCTT) – stating that the Cuevas Blancas project will be finished by May 2015 at the latest. The main aim of the project will be the promotion of techno-business in its various aspects. These include astrophysics, genetic engineering, agricultural investigation, telecommunications and computer technology.

Gran Canaria

Resort development rumours

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Holiday anecdotes

Two Kings parade

Arrecife almost ended up short a King for the annual parade when the young Mauritanian man who was supposed to play the part of Baltasar backed out on the last minute because he was frightened the camel.

No amount of entreaty would change his mind, so the fiestas department got to work rapidly to find a replacement. Two neighbourhood substitutes qualified by nature for the job of the black king weren’t to be found and the make-up shops were shut, so the old remedy of three tins of boot polish did the job on a council ex-employee, and up on the two-humped steed he jumped. No worries about him being frightened of the camel as he had taken the part on other occasions, but playing the part of a different King.

Fatal accidents

Beach deaths

Two tourists died over the holidays in unrelated beach accidents. The first incident took place at Playa del Inglés in Gran Canaria, where a 67 year old man, who was said to be French, was rescued from the sea, but apparently suffered a heart attack and could not be saved. In a second incident on the same day a 44-year-old Irish father drowned in the Lanzarote resort of Puerto del Carmen after apparently ignoring flags indicating that swimming was dangerous due to the sea conditions. Local emergency services say red flags were flying and were clearly visible when Ciaran Brown took to the water.

He got into difficulty and was pulled unconscious from the sea but died a short time afterwards despite more than half an hour of resuscitation efforts. Dubliner Mr Brown was with his wife Celine and two sons at the time. The family were spending their last full day of holiday on Lanzarote when the tragedy occurred.



Presidential “mansion”

How the other half lives

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he Tenerife newspaper engaged in a bitter feud with the president of the Canaries after its radio stations failed to receive broadcasting frequencies shows no sign of burying the hatchet. Paulino Rivero and his wife have been targeted once again by El Día’s proprietor José Rodríguez, this time over their new villa which is nearing completion in El Sauzal. Publishing detailed pictures of the expensive new clifftop home with wonderful views of the Atlantic, El Día openly asked whether the wages of the president and his councillor wife were enough to fund such a “luxurious mansion”, bearing in mind they already own a home in El Sauzal. “Such ostentation is an insult in these times of evictions and hardship. He will get his come uppance in the next elections,” said the paper.

Russian newspaper

Bums on seats Getting directly to your markets is always a challenge for any advertiser, but advertisers in our new Russian sister paper can be guaranteed a direct line to their prospective clients. Tez Tour, the top Russian airport transfer company in Tenerife will now be distributing the Russian Island Connections to all their travellers, around 2,500 every fortnight, placing a new copy of the paper for them to read and take away on every seat! Now that’s what you call starting your marketing from the bottom up!

Boat accident

Illegal immigrants to sue

a bizarre about turn in an I17nillegal immigrants case, the survivors from a capsized boat are to sue the Spanish Government.

The group of Moroccan migrants who arrived in Lanzarote last month are to sue Spain over a collision which led to the death of one of the occupants. Seven more are still missing and believed to be dead. As reported in our last edition, the patera apparently collided with a patrol boat which was sent to intercept it. At the time of the collision the immigrants claimed

that the boat was navigating without lights. However, a spokesperson for the Canarian Delegation of the national Government claimed that the accident occurred when the boat’s captain left the tiller and that one of the motors was misfiring which affected its ability to manoeuvre. Currently in a holding centre in Gran Canaria, the Moroccans have been granted legal aid to take their case against Spain to the courts. They have also applied for their expulsion orders to be rescinded.




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t five fifteen on the morning of October 10, 2011, seismic recording equipment registered very strong tremors around the island of El Hierro. There had been activity flurries beforehand, with 16,400 movements registered between July and October of that year. Close monitoring and safety measure revisions were under way, so the readings were hardly a surprise, but this marked the unmistakable beginnings of a volcanic eruption that was to continue for nearly six months. The eruption was centred off the coast of La Restinga in the Mar de Las Calmas. With a marine reserve, beaches, good weather, dive clubs, apartments, bars and restaurants, the village is the island’s main tourist destination and fishing port. The immediate closure of the port and subsequent effects on the marine reserve brought economic disaster to everyone there. When the curfew on staying there overnight was lifted, nobody noticed. Bars, restaurants and beds stayed empty. Dive and fishing tourism had disappeared. The fishing fleet was grounded, then transferred to La Estaca where the catch was in any case deemed unsuitable for human consumption due to concerns about poisonous, volcanic gasses. When I visited that November to investigate for Island Connections, islanders were very worried about the increasingly

Corona del Viento (above), Kurt Amsler photographing coral (left) and Fernando Gutiérrez (right)

El Hierro

The voice of reason By Barbara Belt

negative effects of the continuing eruptions, and in La Restinga were already suffering real hardship. Incomes had evaporated overnight. It was a ghost town. The only visitors were drama-hunting journalists. Press sensationalism had done its worst. Visitors were scared off by tales of mega-explosions that could “blow the island apart at any moment”. The island Cabildo tried to combat the disaster stories and asked for cooperation. At Island Connections, and in interviews on USA’s NPR radio and with UK dailies, it was reported that the island provided a unique opportunity to easily see an undersea eruption and was a fascinating place to visit. But it was a drop in an ocean of bad news. Good news generally sinks.

The damage to the island’s economy was done and has taken time to recover from, as has the damage to the undersea environment. Over the last year, spectacular natural regeneration of the sea bed in the Mar de Las Calmas area has taken place, with the Marine Reserve recently hosting a prestigious, international underwater photography competition, as reported here. Dive outfits are up and running again. Normality slowly returns, but fishermen, although now able to fish, are, curiously, very cautious about doing so. If the idea of fishermen being cautious about fishing sounds contradictory, bear in mind that La Restinga’s fishermen are from El Hierro, where sustainability is a byword. Fernando Gutiérrez is

head of La Restinga’s fishermen’s cooperative and, throughout the troubled times of eruption and economic ruin, very much the voice of La Restinga and the island. This unsung hero quickly learnt how to adroitly manage the media, which is only fair, given the damage bad press did to his island. One such inspired manoeuvre was to very publicly request aid “on behalf of all those affected by the eruptions” from Venezuela, due to the, “continued refusal of Spain” to help. He requested an interview with the Venezuelan ambassador, using El Hierro’s close connections with Venezuela (thousands of Herreños emigrated there) as reason for the request. The interview took place and aid was duly promised, the Venezuelan President Chávez undoubtedly rubbing his hands at this chance to embarrass the holy trinity of Canarian Government, Spain and the EEC. The Spanish press loved the story and, unsurprisingly, aid started to arrive shortly afterwards. It will now, “have to be renewed” for the forty or so professional fishermen according to Fernando. So why does this fisherman favour continued aid and not a full return to work for

the members of his cooperative? “Underwater life here is recovering and that’s of course what we’re all hoping for. Unfortunately, our politicians seem to be unaware that nature takes its time and that it would be far better to hold off for a bit and let everything recover properly”, he explains. It’s worth mentioning here that the Marine Reserve owes its very existence to the island’s fishermen, an unusual state of affairs that caused considerable surprise at the outset. Fernando explains how it came about that the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries received a surprising request from fishermen to ban fishing for a few months, when the idea was conceived: “The Fisheries officers sat there with their mouths open when we first suggested the idea of restricting fishing to create a reserve! “We did it because fifteen years ago our sector had big problems. This was partly due to the use of inappropriate fishing methods such as nets, surface and bottom long lines and traps. We were all guilty of it, but we wanted to change. We could see what was happening. So the reserve was created, we stopped bad fishing

practice and the fish recovered. “Now, we need to be careful and not go too fast. We’ve made a good living from this coast since, generating €1 million annually from fishing, with another €3 million coming in from associated activities like dive clubs, restaurants, bars, souvenir shops and apartments. “This is the biggest disaster we’ve ever had, but vegetation on the seabed has come back and that will create more life. This will soon be the same paradise it was, but we have to take account of the scientific studies and recommendations to get the best results. We need a closed season, with limits of ten or fifteen kilos a day of native species like parrot fish, grouper, pollack and moray eels. You have to use natural resources intelligently, not vandalise them. That’s especially important now”. The island’s project for energy independence is also well on course. The Corona del Viento hydrowind plant will generate clean electricity, making El Hierro the planet’s first self-sufficient island, with waters, if the fishermen get their way, teeming with rich sea-life.


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Small island powers

Review needed? T

he lamentable spectacle witnessed during the approval of the 2013 Budget in the regional Parliament recently warrants, in the opinion of many, a rethink of the current weighting of votes in Canarian politics. The Budget was held up for 24 hours by the decision of the three regional MPs from tiny El Hierro to veto its passage through the House, using powers granted to the smaller islands under the electoral system. According to the current rules, if two thirds of the MPs from the same island vote against the Budget it cannot be passed, which effectively means that two members can block the wishes of the other 58. The rebellion was headed by Alpidio Armas, who doubles up as the head of the El Hierro Cabildo, over

Quintero is in the Senate with just 1,800 votes

the lack of funding for subsidised transport for the island. Armas had his day of glory explaining his decision and pressing El Hierro’s case in front of the region’s media. Amazingly, however, the following day, when the debate was reconvened, he voted in favour of the Budget, even though no changes of significance were made. The incident is not the first time concern

has been expressed at the over-representation of the small islands in local and national politics. Several national papers regularly point out that the members of the Spanish Senate include El Hierro’s Narvay Quintero, who received 1,800 votes at the last general election, compared to the minimum of 850,000 votes normally needed to elect a senator for Madrid.

Las Palmas

Luxury visitor

Among the maritime visitors to Las Palmas of late has been not just the usual collection of cruise liners but the yacht considered by many to be one of the most luxurious in service at present. The 72-metre Kogo, one of the largest yachts in the world, was spotted in port at the turn of the year and drew much interest from curious onlookers as well as the local

Las Palmas

media. Regularly chartered by the jet set for exotic cruises, the Kogo is renowned for its fantastic exterior design, the work of Tim Heywood, and exquisite interiors by renowned designer Terence Disdale. A week’s charter can set guests back a whop-

Allotment bandwagon The council-run allotment fad which is becoming increasingly popular in the Canaries is taking firm hold in Las Palmas. The city authorities expect to have another big plot of land ready for inauguration as mini-allotments by the middle of the month, thus bringing to an end a series of unanticipated delays in the €56,000 project. A total of 35 plots, each measuring 27 m2, have been built on the land for use by resi-

ping €575,000 and past users include racing driver Lewis Hamilton. No details were available as to who the mystery clients were on the trip to the Canaries. The local authorities said the yacht’s presence was a big coup for Las Palmas in its bid to attract the high-class sailing community.

dents of the Tamaraceite-San Lorenzo-Teno districts of the Gran Canaria capital. The allotment is the sixth to be built by the city to encourage environmental awareness and provide activity for locals, particularly the elderly and unemployed, while also reducing their food bills. It should have opened back in 2010 but was hit by problems and lay idle for a long time until it was reactivated recently.


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Salamanca Sale Shops and businesses in the Salamanca district of Santa Cruz staged a bizarre protest at the end of December, against what they consider to be the total neglect of their area by the city authorities. Ninety per cent of the approximately 50 local traders put up giant For Sale signs in their windows, giving the city hall’s telephone number as the contact number for enquiries. “We felt we had to devise some way of drawing attention to the situation here. The council seems to think Santa Cruz ends at the Rambla boulevard that runs through the city. We have not seen a single initiative here over the holiday period and Salamanca has now become rundown and dirty area” said a spokesman for the traders.

criminal death

Freak break-in fall

Police in Puerto de la Cruz say a man who died in a fall after breaking into a hotel in the town was a habitual criminal with up to 30 previous arrests for a range of offences. The 41-year-old from nearby Santa Úrsula had visited several rooms in the Diamante Hotel via balconies but miscalculated his exit and fell onto a sheet of steel which was covering a five-metre deep well. The covering gave way and he was fatally injured as he plunged down the well. News of his death prompted “divine justice” reactions similar to those a few months ago when a 60-year-old mugger collapsed and died of a heart attack as he tried to rob an elderly German woman, also in Puerto de la Cruz.

La Laguna

University holiday closure La Laguna University closed down entirely for the first time in its long history during the Christmas period to save money. The shut-down, from December 28 until January 8, was described as, “absolutely necessary” by vice-chancellor Eduaro Domenech to trim overheads in response to the €20 million cut in its budget for this year. Only vital facilities, such as laboratories with ongoing experiments and three all-day study areas, were allowed to continue their activities, with the rest of the campuses and the university administration closing their doors completely. Domenech said the controversial closure was carefully prepared and publicised.



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Carer’s small change

he heartless decision to slash the carer’s benefit paid to the mother of a cyclist who was severely injured in a road accident in 1989 has received extensive coverage in local papers. Pura Marrero’s monthly payment for looking after her son, who is unable to fend for himself and has the mental age of a young child due to massive head injuries suffered when he was hit by a car, has been

reduced from €339 to just €0.59 cents, due to government cutbacks. “The money was cut in April to €49 and then again in October to less than €1 after a social worker submitted a report based on a five-minute interview with my son. It seems he has been taken out of the urgent cases category and there is no money for lower levels of dependence. And yet his usual social worker and his neurosurgeon have stressed

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hat appeared to be a media hoax coinciding with the Spanish equivalent of April Fools’ Day on December 28 has been defended as entirely genuine by the paper that published the news.

The exclusive front-page revelation by the Diario de Avisos that inmates at Tenerife II prison have been given responsibility for cleaning the entire jail as of January 1 after no cleaning firms applied for the new

again that he needs constant care and supervision due to his disability” said his 71-year-old mother in an interview in the local El Día paper. The family has submitted various requests to the Canarian welfare authorities asking for a review of the case and is considering writing to German chancellor Angela Merkel to let her know the consequences of the European austerity measures championed by her country.

contract was dismissed immediately as a prank, just like the news in the rival El Día that bunk beds are being installed in Tenerife’s public hospitals to maximise capacity and cut admission waiting lists. However, the paper published a note the following day insisting that the information published was absolutely true.


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ast seen traipsing across ‘her’ island with a bunch of friends in

aid of UK Homes 4 Heroes, Pride & Passion, a charity to help homeless ex-members of the armed forces, Fuerteventura resident Su Bailey is now attached to the UN and stationed in Jerusalem. This is the story of her experiences so far:

July 2012

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Our woman in Jerusalem

for no apparent reason other than lack of patience. Every day the call to prayers is much in evidence from local mosques. No one in the local community can escape this as tannoys are used to read prayers. My sleep was often interrupted by this. Fireworks, gunshots and young boys on horseback galloping through

for the first time the dividing

are covered in rubbish, there

to help you and generally are

sive but the produce is all of a

the streets at all times of night

wall between Israel and Pales-

is a constant smell of decay-

very friendly. The main religion

high quality and fairly cheap.

not to mention the constant

tine and my first check point.

ing food in the overflowing bins

here is the Muslim faith. In the

Bread stalls are in abundance,

car horns kept me awake most

I would see and pass through

and I don’t feel safe walking

Canaries alcohol is freely sold

all freshly baked. Fresh spi-

nights and I was beginning to

checkpoints many times during

the streets in the daytime. I’m

in shops and supermarkets, in

ces are sold everywhere, the

think the local community never slept!

My arrival at Ben Gurion air-

my time here. The east of Jeru-

used to walking round with a

East Jerusalem alcohol is not

smell can be quite overpow-

port in Tel Aviv, Israel was at

salem cannot be more different

pair of sunglasses and a smile.

freely available anywhere and

ering. Little old ladies who

After a few weeks I deci-

03.30 on a Saturday morning.

to the west. The west is home

Here I got used to walking

only sold in very small shops

object to being photographed

ded I could not spend my nine

After clearing immigration and

to the Israelis, the east is home

round with a torch, a can of

where the owner is Christian or

sit on the street selling herbs

months in this country in east

customs, I was driven to Jeru-

to the Palestinians. The divi-

CS gas in my hand and my

Catholic. There is no nightlife.

and produce from their gar-

Jerusalem so found a new

salem and after a few hours

ding line is the main road.

wits fully about me. I have

No pubs, clubs or social gathe-

dens. Living on Fuerteventura

apartment in the west.

sleep was taken on a tour of

painted a bad picture I know

ring places other than small

I have got used to quiet roads,

the local area. I knew where

but that is how oppressive the

cafes and street corners, a few

very few traffic lights and just

east of Jerusalem feels. I cer-

restaurants but no large bars

the odd traffic jam which con-

tainly don’t walk out alone at

with loud music and no posh

sists of about 20 cars. The

Israel was, I knew of some of

East Jerusalem

its problems but nothing could

The Old City

have prepared me for what I

My first two months I lived

night. The majority of women

restaurants like in the Canaries.

traffic here in the whole of the

During my first weekend I went

was to see and experience.

in the East. Living in the Cana-

wear full traditional clothing

No nightclubs and certainly no

city is unbearable. It can take

exploring the Old City. I had no

This country has to be seen

ries I’m used to clean pristine

so walking round in my Euro-

Karaoke. The shops are all very

an hour to navigate just half a

idea what to expect. It was

to be believed.

streets and feeling safe walking

pean clothes attracts unwanted

dull, selling traditional clothes

kilometre at busy times, espe-

also Ramadan. My reaction

I was introduced to both

the streets alone at night. East

attention. However, the Pales-

and cheap shoes. The street

cially prayer times. There is

was “Oh My God!” Inapprop-

sides of Jerusalem and saw

Jerusalem is dirty. The streets

tinian people cannot do enough

markets are busy and oppres-

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the holiest places in the

cultural group of Islands and I

world but it is amazing. I

thought I knew a fair amount

had no idea it is basically

about various religions until I

a huge market with narrow

came here. My experience of

streets full of everything you

Ramadan in Jerusalem was a

can imagine, very colourful,

real eye opener. Thousands

very busy, numerous places of

flocked to the Old City every

worship and the most bizarre

Friday and the city came to

sights that have to be seen to

a standstill with the num-

be believed. I am not religi-

ber of buses bringing people

ous and I respect others for

from all over the country and

their beliefs but I find it hard

neighbouring countries. For

to watch the passion and pure

the final weekend of Ramadan

insanity of what people do in

they aimed to have one million

some of the holiest spots on

Muslims in and around the Old

earth. The Canaries are a multi

City for prayers. It felt like

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they achieved it every week to

ple visit every day to witness

be honest.

the rock where Jesus prayed

The Old City is divided into

during his 40 days in the wil-

Quarters although there are five

derness. Here I lit a candle for

of them. I still have much to

all our servicemen who have

explore there and will report

fallen in Afghanistan. Travel to

more in future stories I hope.

Jericho reminded me so much of Fuerteventura with its land-

August 2012

scape. The road to Jericho in Palestine took us through wide open roads with sandy coloured

During August I travelled into

landscapes just like home.

the West Bank to visit the Church of the Nativity. The spot where Jesus was allegedly born is

September 2012

marked with a beautiful twelve point star. People queue for

I was due leave and home-

hours for just seconds at this

ward bound to Canaries was I!

historical spot. Some people

Fuerteventura airport has ade-

like myself look at it, some peo-

quate security but until you try

ple who have waited a lifetime

to get out of Ben Gurion airport

to come here throw themselves

at Tel Aviv you don’t know what

over the star and pray. It is

security is. It has to be the

strange to watch. Bethlehem

safest airport in the world to

is a small unassuming little

travel through. I have also been

town with many tourists and

there at the exact time of a

pilgrims.

bomb alert just 50 yards in

Jericho, also in the West

front of me and was impressed

Bank, houses a mountainside

with the action taken. At secu-

monastery which is carved out

rity my bags were x-rayed, I was

of the rock. It is reached by

questioned for several minu-

cable car or a very long hot

tes and taken to one side, my

dusty walk. We chose the easy

suitcase was opened and sear-

route. The monastery is not

ched because I had a book in

very large but hundreds of peo-

it which when x-rayed shows


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up as organic material and my toothbrush with batteries also set off alarms, I was deemed a risk for about ten minutes. I provided seven forms of ID including a United Nations ID and Driving license and was still told they didn’t trust me and all this before I was allowed to approach the check-in desk. I had total confidence getting on my El Al flight with several armed air marshals that I would land in Madrid safely.

streets in both East and West

November 2012: Eight days of uncertainty

October 2012: West Jerusalem

Jerusalem but in December all returned to normal. I attended the Remembrance Service on Mount Scopus at the Commonwealth War

On my return from leave I moved to a new apartment in a busy area called Mamilla, right opposite where the new Waldorf Astoria Hotel is under construction and near the American Consulate. In compari-

I was assured two hours

Graves on Saturday November

before air raid warnings were

10 held by the British Consu-

heard in Jerusalem that our city

late General and followed by

was unlikely to be attacked in the

tea and snacks at the resi-

new offensive with Gaza who had

dence of the British Consu-

been sending missiles into Israel

late. Mount Scopus is next to

son to where I was previously

for several months. At first I

living it is relatively quiet, very

thought the sirens were being

safe and I sleep very well. And

tested. Instinct told me to go

girls, I found real shops selling

for cover anyway. It turned out

real clothes and even found

to be real and a few days later

Mango!

it would be for real again. I

The West is full of Ortho-

wasn’t scared or worried but

dox Jews and my eyes have

for eight days my desire to be

been opened to how seriously

a tourist changed drastically

some people take their religi-

and my home was my haven.

Mount of Olives where spectacular views of the whole city of Jerusalem can be seen. The Service was a lovely, moving experience. November also saw the USMC Birthday Ball hosted by the United States Marine Corps based at the American Embassy. My job means I get

ons. Their faith is unshake-

film set. Saturday is Shabbat

late Saturday evening when

rants and bars.

Thursday

I have to be neutral but I don’t

able. The Canaries are Catho-

(the Sabbath) and from early

East Jerusalem comes alive

night (which is their Friday)

blame Israel for protecting its

lic and although we share the

afternoon on Friday till 9pm on

again.

is noisy, busy and brings late

people or land and I am glad

functions and as I can’t resist

many religious holidays with

Saturday night, shops close and

The ordinary Israelis are a

night revellers into town.

they took action and made me

a man in uniform, I had to

our Spanish hosts, religion

public transport stops running.

bit like the Spanish in some

In contrast to the East, West

feel safer. The two attacks on

attend.

is kept pretty much private.

The streets are deserted and

ways as in they know how to

Jerusalem is relatively clean

the city fell short. Three mis-

So far my life here has been

You can’t walk ten paces here

the main area of Jaffa Street

party. There is nightlife in

and much safer to walk round.

siles hit land but the defen-

an educational journey and a

without being reminded of

which is normally busy with

abundance on this side of the

I actually go out alone after

sive Iron Dome system preven-

wonderful experience. Here’s

the Jewish faith. Sometimes

trams running down the middle

dividing line, except on Shab-

dark but still have that canis-

ted other missiles hitting their

to the second phase and lots

I feel like I’m waking round a

of it is like a ghost town, until

bat, and many cafes, restau-

ter close to hand.

targets. It was quieter in the

more interesting experiences.

invited to or can attend such


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Car Insurance >>

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his document is essential for determining who is responsible for a traffic accident, which has a direct effect on the price that customers pay when renewing their insurance.

How should it be completed? Línea Directa offers the following advice to complete the form:

Soria, who is from Las Palmas, said the islands would benefit greatly from the a produced by a replica of the massive Eurovegas emporium due to be built in Madrid by an American billionaire in return for generous tax and labour legislation concessions. However, a range of business sectors, including the influential FECAO association, say Soria should concentrate on remedying the problems faced by the

Minister’s hopes

Eurovegas criticism

small firms that are the backbone of the Canarian economy. “Instead of pandering to multinationals with unrealistic proposals, the Minister should try and prevent even more businesses from going to the wall here,” said FECAO spokesperson, Antonio Vélez, who reminded Soria that the crippling taxes on small bingo halls and casinos are putting them out of business.

Controversial business offer

What is an accident report form? An accident report form is a document which outlines the circumstances which have occurred in a car accident. In addition to the personal details of the drivers and their vehicles, the document includes a jointly agreed description of the manoeuvres carried out by the drivers when the accident took place, which plays a key role in determining who is responsible for a traffic accident.

A New Year wish voiced by Spanish tourism minister José Manuel Soria, who says he would love to see a Vegas-type Casino City built in the Canaries, has drawn stinging criticism from small businesses here.

Job raffle boost

1.

Columns A and B (blue and yellow), are for the personal details of the drivers and their vehicles. In section 12, (Circumstances) the numbered column on the left describes the manoeuvres of car A and the one on the right those of car B. If you are unsure which box to mark, leave it blank. Make a drawing of the accident in section 13 indicating the manoeuvres of each car. If anybody has been injured or if you think they might have been in-

The accident report form plays an important role in deciding responsibility

As reported here, the news that the shops had clubbed together to fund a six-month

2.

3.

The controversy surrounding the offer of a job contract in a raffle organised by shops in the centre of La Palma capital Santa Cruz did not deter people from visiting the participating stores, says the town’s traders’ association.

jured, complete section 24. If there is more than one car involved in the accident, also complete section 23, on the reverse side of the form, and include it in the sketch. Sign the form and keep a copy.

4. 5.

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Santa Cruz

Visitors’ revenue Santa Cruz’s Development Agency calculates that visitors to the island’s capital generated up to €150 million for the city last year. The Agency has added up the contributions of the different categories of tourist - from cruise passengers to partici-

contract as first prize in the raffle, tickets for which were given to people spending more than €20 in a local shop, caused a storm of protest, with trade unions calling it an insult to the unemployed. However, the stores concerned say they received a very positive reaction from shoppers, as reflected in the much higher number of tickets distributed this time compared to the traditional raffle organised last year over Christmas and New Year to attract custom.

pants in conferences and other major events - and reckons that, despite the crisis, spending levels have continued to grow thanks to the increase in visitor numbers, particularly among holidaymakers staying in other parts of Tenerife and who make the journey up for the day. The latest figures show that the revenue generated by the visitors to the capital has risen by an average of more than 10 per cent in the last few years.


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UK pensions changes Will they affect you? By Bill Blevins, Financial Correspondent, Blevins Franks

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he UK Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, delivered his Autumn Statement (‘mini budget’) on December 5, 2012. The draft Finance Bill for 2013 was then published on December 11. From April 2014, the lifetime allowance will drop from £1.5 million to £1.25 million. Transitional protection – “Fixed Protection 2014” - will be introduced for those already in excess of this amount or who believe they will be when they choose to take benefits, subject to certain conditions. The capped drawdown limit will increase from 100 per cent to 120 per cent of the value of an

equivalent annuity. Draft legislation will be published in January 2013. This includes funds held in a Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Scheme (QROPS). While this will bring some measure of relief to retirees in need of a higher income, you need to be aware that taking a higher income stream will increase pressure on the underlying investments and in turn increasing the risk of reducing the underlying funds along with future income levels. The annual £50,000 allowance is set to drop to £40,000 from April 2014. This includes both personal and employer contributions. UK pension transfers made to a QROPS will be reportable indefinitely (as opposed to 10 years) although still not subject to unauthorised payment charges once the member is outside of the five year non UK residency

period. We will not know the effective date until later, but it could be either April 6, 2013 or backdated to December 11, 2012. QROPS providers will have to re-certify to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) every five years that they still satisfy the

QROPS regulations. Other budget announcements The government confirmed that the new Statutory Residence Test, which will determine whether you are liable for income

and capital gains tax in the UK or not, will come into effect on April 6, 2013. UK personal allowances are increasing to a higher level than expected (£9,440 instead of £9,205). However, the top of the basic rate band is being reduced to £32,010 from £34,370, which will offset the increase for higher rate taxpayers. The higher rate band threshold will only increase by one per cent in 2014/2015 and 2015/2016, instead of by inflation. More people will fall into the higher rate band and have higher tax bills. The inheritance tax threshold has been frozen at £325,000 since 2009. It is now scheduled to increase in 2015/16, but again only by one per cent (rounded up to £329,000). We are unlikely to have seen the end of tax rises, and this applies to many European countries,

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not just to the UK. For peace of mind that you are protecting your wealth from tax as much as possible, wherever you live, speak to an established tax planning and wealth management firm like Blevins Franks which specialises in providing expert tax advice to British expatriates. The tax rates, scope and reliefs may change. Any statements concerning taxation are based upon our understanding of current taxation laws and practices which are subject to change. Tax information has been summarised; an individual must take personalised advice.

To keep in touch with the latest developments in the offshore world, check out the latest news on our website

www.blevinsfranks.com You may also contact our partner Paul Montague on Tel: 922 716 079 or Email: paul. montague@blevinsfranks.com


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VerĂłnicas demolition hoax:

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s most readers will be aware no doubt, and even though some in ‘diplomatic’ circles have cottoned on very late that the stor y was false, our front page exclusive in the last edition, concerning the forthcoming demolition of the VerĂłnicas strip in Playa de las AmĂŠricas to make way for a giant banana farm, was a hoax to mark the Spanish equivalent of April Fools’ Day, the DĂ­a de los Inocentes, which falls on 28 December. Despite clear indications not just the far-fetched content (free holidays for tourists wanting to help grow the bananas!) but also a link to another story on a separate page narrating past ‘Inocente’ media pranks in Tenerife - that the scoop was just for fun, many people were totally hoodwinked. News of the im-

On several occasions, official and unofficial noises from the local and island authorities concerning big changes to the ‘scenery’ in Playa de Las AmĂŠricas, to improve the standard of the amenities and attractions on offer, have generated extensive discussion here and elsewhere, including as recently as the summer. The debate is likely to go on forever until a firm decision

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minent demolitions went mildly viral within hours, not just on local ex-pat forums but on travel sites such as Trip Advisor (Playa de Las AmÊricas Forum) and the popular Irish internet forum Boards.ie. Clearly, the prospect of massive changes to what is arguably Tenerife’s best-known nightlife area triggered a nerve and the story prompted a host of comments for and against the disappearance of Las Verónicas. It is not the first time the rumour mill has kicked into action on this issue, however.

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The ageing Las VerĂłnicas area in Playa de Las AmĂŠricas is to be demo completely during lished the first quarter of 2013 to make way not for a more modern version but for a giant banana plantation, which is to be the focal point for a new ecological touris m approach in the area. Government source s have confirmed to Island Connections that the decision was taken some time ago but could not be announced until now due to the need to negotiate the buy-out of leases and set in motion the required comp ulsory appropriation orders to be able to demolish an area of 2.5 km2, including all the hugely popular bars and discos on the strip. Pressure has been mounting for severa l years to do something with Las VerĂłnicas due to the problems generated by the crowds of

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drunken holida ymakers that converge on the area into the small hours of the morning. Local police have long advocated closin g down the night to reduce proble spots ms in the area, which they say is stretching the station at Las AmĂŠricas to breaking point. Premises that will have to close down by 31 March to allow the bulldozers Pages 9,10,11 to move in have been offere d the chance to be part of the new banan a-growing indus gourmet > try which will be set up on the plantation, which will Tasca feature on-sit e and energ y-effic Venue and food ient accommodation for holidaymake rs wishing with a differenc to devote some of their stay in e Tenerife to working as tempo Page 42 rary farm worke Page 03 rs. Although it was initially speculated the 150,000 tons that gourmet> of bananas produ ced annually by the new plantation would be sold at discount prices to hotels in the area, an agreement has been reached Wine and dine to export them directly to Britain and your friends Germany, using the cargo space available Page 43 on charter flights. Demolition orders Pets > will begin to be served in Las VerĂłnicas on 28 Decem ber, giving three months notice to evacu ate the premises affected. Internet crue For other impor tant events on 28 December You can helplty see our story on page 8.

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However, only one formal expression of anger was received by the paper via its online contact point. Sofia, from Adeje, complained as follows: “Your story re: closing. Your idea of a joke. Headline is sad very sad. Cop on editor�. Now that the fuss has died down, we can only express our hope that our readers have taken it in the light-hearted spirit in which it was written. At least now thousands more here know when Spain’s April Fools’ Day is!

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is taken but in the meantime we thought we would publish some of the reaction generated by the banana farm story. Chatty Cathy, posting on a site called Tenerife Forum of Fun, let everyone know that she had “just heard that Veronicas Strip is going to be demolished, I think it is the best news I have heard for a long time and it should have been done long before now. It does really give South Tenerife a bad name, so it will be great to see it disappear. What do you think about this?� Cathy added sheepishly six hours later: “Just heard that it is Spanish Fools day today Lol. I’ve been got�. Meanwhile on the Tenerife Forum, Rosemary commented as follows: “This is inspiring. They have decided to demol-

Balcony death Irishman Robert Delves fell to his death in the early hours of the morning at the beginning of the month whilst on a family holiday in Tenerife’s El MÊdano.

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ish Las Veronicas in PDL. And not only that but in the first quarter of 2013 when they have demolished it they are not going to rebuild some tawdry collection of bars and shops but a Banana Plantation and they want to attract tourist eco friendly holidaymakers to work in it. “They will provide accommodation onsite for these folk who may wish to simply spend part of their holidays doing this. And the bananas will be exported to the UK and Germany in the space now available in the now half empty (so many are travelling light nowadays) holds of chartered flights. I am aware that in Jamaica these plantations are rapidly being closed down and tourism is the main income now. So how the world turns around. See Island Connections for details. I love this. There is hope after all!� The story even prompted an enquiry from the UK for information on the working holidays mentioned in the story. Lyn from Kent contacted us with the following request: “Hi, I was interested in a post about a banana plantation being raised and tourists being put up for free, if they worked on the plantation for part of

Father of three Mr Delves, who was in his early 40s and from north Dublin, is thought to have plunged from a height of 10 metres from a third-floor balcony, apparently after a handrail gave way. He died at the scene despite resuscitation attempts by the emergency services. The Department of Foreign Affairs in Dublin confirmed to Island Connections that it was “aware of the death and is providing consular assistance to the deceased man’s family�.

New Year baby

First foot

Tenerife reclaimed the honour of the first baby of the New Year in the Canaries after losing out to Gran Canaria last year. The Candelaria hospital recorded the first delivery of 2013 when a boy who has been named Iriome weighed in at a whopping 4.4 kilos at 01.11 in the morning, beating Gran Canaria’s first baby -a girl named Marina- by around 25 minutes. However, even Iriome was very ‘late’ compared to Spain’s first baby of the year, who arrived seconds after midnight in a hospital in Catalonia.

Buenavista del Norte

Lottery windfall

Picturesque Buenavista del Norte is celebrating a welcome injection of money into the economy with an estimated â‚Ź2 million won by locals in the January 6 national ‘NiĂąo’ Lottery. The lottery office in the town made the national headlines as one of the locations which sold tickets with the winning number, 30875. Buenavista is among the areas of Tenerife with the highest unemployment rate at present and the windfall, a decade after the last big prize to land in the town, is expected to provide a major boost for locals. Celebrations continued throughout the day in the Plaza Los Remedios main square, to the bemusement of the many tourists who visited the town.


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The Film: Multicines GranSur

The Hobbit

Bilbo Baggins (Orson Bean), is taken by surprise one morning when the mighty wizard Gandalf (John Huston) knocks at his door. Soon Bilbo finds himself on a mission with the dwarves to reclaim their mountain from the deadly fire-breathing dragon, Smaug. Among other things the reluctant Bilbo discovers on this amazing journey is an enchanted ring that turns its wearer invisible, and soon the hobbit transforms from a master bumbler into a master burglar. In the original English version at 11pm daily at the Cine GranSur. Information correct at the time of going to print, but please confirm.

Spain top 10 singles Source: promusicae

1. Gangham Style PSY 2. Diamonds Rihanna 3. Te Pintaron Pajaritos Yandar & Yostin 4. Te Voy a Esperar Juan Magan & Belinda 5. Tanto Pablo Alboran 6. Locked out of Heaven Bruno Mars 7. Lagrimas Desordanadas Melendi 8. All I want for Christmas Mariah Carey 9. Call Me Maybe Carly Rae Jespen 10. This is Love Will I am FEAT Eva Simons

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he internationally acclaimed Canaries Music Festival takes place between January 11 and February 15 this year. Not only one of the longest running of its kind, this classic fest is also revered as one of the best in Europe. This is, of course, due to the high standard of the music played and the quantity of big names that the event attracts. But it is also an eagerly anticipated date as it is the first festival of the season each year. With the rest of Europe suffering in the winter cold, it is in fact the only one to take place during these months, so no wonder it is increasingly popular, attracting more and more visitors each year.

The circus :

29th Canaries Music Festival

Classic time

Cirque du Soleil

La Laguna.

Concerts take place on all the islands with the main centres being the Alfredo Klaus auditorium in Gran Canaria, and the Adán Martín auditorium and the Guimerá Theatre

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in Tenerife. Visiting artists include: John Eliot Gardiner, Les Musiciens du Louvre, the Academy of Saint Martin in the Fields, Anna Netrebko, Isaac Stern, Shlomo Mintz and Mit-

suko Uchida. There will also be several concerts aimed at children and young adults. See: www.festivaldecanarias. com for more information and a complete list of concerts.

January 13 - 20 Don’t miss the company’s Alegría show at the Pabellón Insular Santiago Martín. Music, lights, fantasy, magic, acrobatics and a great story line. Tickets and info from www.ticketbis.com.

The exhibition:

Big and bold

Extra special

Dream come true

The theatre and dance performance Vive Tu Sueño (Live your dream) is about to debut at the Los Cristianos auditorium. Aimed at a family audience the play combines music, ballet, mime and narration into a comic history based around the star of the piece – the clown. Inspiration for the show came from Kerstin Lammel who a year ago scribed the story about a clown who wanted to be a dancer. Held back by the expectations of others, the tale tells how the clown overcomes other people’s biases, as well as his own, to make his dream come true. The talented actors from Estrella Productions will be performing the story in three different languages on separate evenings. See the show on January 20 in Spanish, January 22 in German and January 21 in English. It begins at 7pm, costs only €8 and

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Piano passion

tickets can be bought from the office at the Infanta Leonor Auditorium’s café between 8am and midnight, seven days a week, or two hours before the concert starts. Alternatively email: cyndicosme@gmail.com or call 680302890 for more information.

The ivory keys will be tinkling tremendously at the piano recital by Valerij Petasch and Sergej Metelskij on January 24. Both talented pianists in their own right, Petasch and Metelskij will play various solo pieces as well as several four-hand numbers. This will be Valerij Petasch’s tenth visit to Tenerife and La Palma. The popular pianist and compo-

ser from Moscow is an honorary member of the International Chopin Society and has a particular passion for the romantics such as Chopin, Schubert, Brahms, Mendelssohn and Liszt, though also includes impressionists like Debussy and Ravel, not to mention his own compositions. Sergej Metelskij, from Tula in Russia, began piano classes at the age of eight, has won several national competitions and has recorded for both television and radio. The concert starts at 8.30pm at the Los Cristianos Auditorium. Tickets cost €10 and can be bought from the ticket office at the Infanta Leonor Auditorium’s café between 8am and midnight seven days a week or two hours before the concert starts. Call 922 761 600 for more information.

Santa Cruz

Until January 26 Renowned painter, Roca, is showing a selection of his acrylic on canvas work at the Contemporary Art Gallery, number 12 José Murphy. Call 922 533 272 for more info.

The science:

Women power

La Laguna

Until January 29 A fascinating exhibition at the History and Anthropology museum about 13 women who have changed the world through science. Tuesday to Saturday 9am to 8pm. Sunday and Monday 10am to 5pm.


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Living Spring Pentecostal Guaza Calle Almorejo 2, beside the Guaza sports complex. Rev. and Pastor (Mrs) Nelson Olajide Tel: 609 505 915. livingspring75@hotmail.com The Anglican Parish of All Saints Puerto de la Cruz Sunday services 9.30am and 11am. Carretera Taoro 29.Chaplain. Tel: 922 384 038 www.allsaintstenerife.com Christian Fellowship Los Cristianos 1st floor of Apolo Shopping Centre. Tel: 922 790 007 Costa del Silencio Coral Mar. Sunday Services 11am-6pm. Mothers & Toddlers group Tue.10.30 to 12 noon. Friday evening above the Living Room, Las Verónicas Friday 2.30pm, Sunday 6pm Counselling and info: Pastor Bill Jeffrey Tel: 617291751. www. silenciochurch.com Calvary Assembly International Buzanada Sunday 11.00am, Wednesday 7.30pm. Nursery is provided during the Sunday morning service as well as Sunday School for children under 12. For more information, for counselling, or for information about the International Bible Institute, call: Missionary / Pastor Mark G. Baumgartner 628 107 316. Catholic Mass Puerto de la Cruz International service Sundays (almost always in English) in the Nuestra Señora de la Peña de Francia parish church St. Sebastian’s Inclusive Church Mogán, Gran Canaria Sundays 7pm at Cordial Mogán Playa Chapel Anglican Chaplaincy of St. Francis Tenerife Playa de las Américas, San Eugenio: Sunday 10.15am Holy Eucharist, sung Los Cristianos: 10.30am, 2nd and 4th sundays. Holy Eucharist Los Gigantes Espiritu Santo: Sunday 6.00pm Holy Eucharist, sung Thursday 10.30am Holy Eucharist, said Golf del Sur San Blas: Sunday 6pm Holy Eucharist sung. September to April See additions on opposite page. For further information regarding services, wedding blessings, baptisms, confessionals, renewal of vows, confirmations, counselling, pastoral care and funerals please call: 922 765 217 or 922 857 990 North Tenerife Christian Fellowship Evangelical Church meets every Sunday with services in english at the scandinavian church behind the main post office, Puerto de la Cruz. everyone welcome. Sunday service and Sunday school 11.30am Bible sharing Wednesdays 5.30pm. Ladies group meets one morning a month Tel: 922 351 011

Gran Canaria ROMERIAS & FIESTAS

January 20: fiesta de san sebastián, agüimes

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february 1 & 2; 8.30pm, dance, Cambuyón THE PAPER CLUB, LPGC

January 19: 10.00pm, vargas Blues Band, €12 January 21: 11.30pm, fiesta Capital sonara winners and runners up Bel Bee Bee and Mondo Diávolo (indie, Pop, soul, rock), free

January 20: fiesta de san sebastián, La Oliva

January 26: 11.45pm, Hermanitas/faktótum (rock and roll), free

MUSIC & SCENIC ARTS

EXHIBITIONS

ALFREDO KRAUS AUDITORIUM www. auditorio-alfredokraus.com XXIX Festival de Música de Canarias: www. festivaldecanarias.com

January 13: 8.30pm, London Philharmonic Orchestra, classical, conductor vladimir Jurowski, violin Patricia Kopatchinskaja January 14: 8.30pm, London Philharmonic Orchestra, classical, conductor vladimir Jurowski, piano iván Martín

January 20: 8.30pm, Mariinsky theatre Orchestra of saint Petersburg, classical, conductor valery Gergiev, clarinet Cristor Barrios, piano alexei volodin

January 26: 8.30pm, Orquesta sinfónica de tenerife, classical, conductor Michal nesterowicz, soprano raquel Lojendio, mezzo iris vermillion January 30: 8.30pm, Orquesta filarmónica de Gran Canaria and its Male Choir, conductor Pedro Halffter, tenor robert Gambill

TEATRO PÉREz GALDÓS www.teatroperezgaldos.es

January 11-27: Musical: La Bella y La Bestia (Beauty and the Beast Musical), tickets from €25 to €59 SALA INSULAR DE TEATRO January 13: 12.15 & 8pm, Magic show with adrián Conde, €5 TEATRO CUYÁS www. teatrocuyas.com

January 11 & January 12: 8.30pm, and 13: 7pm: Grupo Combay segundo – tribute to Lecuona, tickets €12 to €21

Until January 18: encuentros (Meetings), photographs by Daniel Montero, ULPGC art Gallery Until January 25: el barco ebrio (the drunken boat) photographs and video by José ruiz, Galería saro León, villavicencio, 16, LPGC Until february 10: works by Davinia Jiménez, Marina vargas, saint-Clair Cemin, Paco Guillén, paintings, sculptures, photographs, sketches, CaaM (modern art gallery)

Until March 1: Gran Canaria Desconocida (Unknown Gran Canaria) photographs from the archives of the Casa de Colón, Casa de Colón, LPGC

Until March 1: seven contemporary african artists, photographs, sculptures, embroidery, painting on cloth, videos by Owusu ankomah (Ghana), Mama Casset (senegal), abdoulaye Konaté and Malick sidibé (Mali), Michèle Magema (Democratic republic of the Congo) amadou Makhtar Mbaye known as tita (senegal) and Barthélémy

toguo (Cameroon). the works are part of the saro León Collection, Casa africa, LPGC Until april 21: transformations. spain in the 1920s illustrated by the photographic archives of teléfonica, Museo elder de la Ciencia y la tecnologia, LPGC

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TREKKING

Local councils in various areas of the island organise guided treks and other open-air activities. for more information, call UPnature, Guanarteme 928 270 084 or 928 473 265, arucas 928 621 754, Maspalomas 928 764 201, tablero 928 140 640, Mogán 928 158 805, aldea de san nicolás de tolentino 928 891 252 or www.alberguelaaldea.com, or valleseco 928 618 740. .

ARCHAEOLOGY

Guided visits to the principal digs in the island: Bentayga (tejeda), Cenobio de valerón (Guía) etc. more info: call 928 219 229.

MARKETS Arguineguín: tuesday Gáldar: thursday Mogán: sunday Puerto de Mogán: friday Telde: saturday Terór: sunday Vecindario: Monday & Wednesday – all 8am to 2pm. Playa del Inglés: every day except sunday, 7.30 to 11.30pm. Las Palmas R

tenerife MUSIC & SCENIC ARTS

January 13 to 20: Cirque du Soleil: alegría. Pabellón insular santiago Martín, La Laguna. a spectacular music, performance, circus arts, fantasy and lights show. tickets from their website or www.ticketsbis. com January 19: 8.30pm, Charity concert in aid of the Madre del redentor residential home. el sauzal auditorium. €5 Until March 22: 8.30pm, Folk Fest. a series of outdoor concerts. every thursday by the fisherwoman statue on Los Cristianos seafront and every friday in the City Center Plaza, Las américas. AUDITORIUM INFANTA LEONOR: Los Cristianos www.arona.org. January 20 - 22: vive tu sueño (Live your dream) Theatre and dance performance for all ages, by estrella Productions. January 20 in spanish, January 22 in German and January 21 in english. shows start 7pm. tickets €8, from auditorium or email: cyndicosme@gmail.com / call 680302890. January 24: 8.30pm, Piano concert by valerij Petasch and sergej Metelskij. €10 MANSIÓN CANARIA ÁBACO: PUERTO DE LA CRUz. www.abacotenerife.com January 20: Cuartet Capriccio february 3:trio Bohemio

february 17 : Dúo Cuarto espacio March 3 : Cuarteto arghul March 17 : trio arte March 31 : Cuarteto Capriccio sundays 7:30pm. €10. 922 370 107 / 922 374 811 ADÁN MARTÍN AUDITORIUM: santa Cruz www.auditoriodetenerife. com Until December 28 till January 6: Musical La Bella y La Bestía (Beauty and the Beast) January 12: 8.30pm, London Philharmonic Orchestra, tickets €30, €50, €75 and €80 ASTORIA-BAMBI CENTRE, Puerto de la cruz January 12: 8.30pm, vallesia in concert (Canarian and South American music). €5. January 13: 6pm. antheus cuartet concert. €5 January 19: 8.30pm. Jeremias martin group. (accordian, cello, drums, guitar and bass) €5 January 20: 6pm. Concert by trio ‘Open Art’ €5 January 26: 8.30pm. Memphis Blues Band. elvis Presley tribute. €5 TEATRO LEAL La Laguna www.teatroleal.com January 25: 9pm. Daniel amat, Cuban music. January 26: 9pm. french guitarist alvaro Guitarbone Dalloz.

CHILDREN’S EVENTS all winter: theatre classes in santiago del teide. Learn self expression, interpretation, methodology, body


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Property Editorial :: :: Home Improvements

Varnishing wood

No streaks or runs

Applying varnish can be intimidating project for those not used to it, but a methodical and patient approach will ensure that you avoid those streaky, uneven finishes. Varnishing wood protects it from stains, scratches and liquid damage, as well as giving it an attractive and durable finish. It can also give tired furniture a new lease of life or, choosing your colours carefully, can help match different pieces that would otherwise look uncoordinated.

Preparation As with any job, preparation is the key to the perfect finish, and should therefore not be skimped on. Surfaces should be sanded smooth and any defects filled with wood filler. If re-varnishing, you will need to remove all traces of the old finish before you start. Paint stripping solutions are available from iron mongers and are normally easy to use: simply

apply to the wood with a paintbrush and leave on for the amount of time specified in the manufacturer’s instructions. Once removed you will need to sand well, removing any glossy areas or imperfections, as the varnish will not stick to these and the finish will be very poor. You also need to take into account that wood filler and glue do not cover with varnish in the same way as wood, so it is essential to minimise their use: it is better

to spend a little longer on sanding where possible. You then need to use a damp cloth to remove any remaining dirt or debris and also sweep and mop the floor of your work area as any excess dust in the air will surely settle on your wood just as your varnish is drying.

The first coat Choosing a dry and warm day isn’t too hard

Property News ::

Buying property

Price fall in 2012 House prices continued to fall last year, a reduction of 11.3 per cent in 2012 which brings them down to the level of eight years ago. Property values have dropped by an average of 33.3 per cent since the beginning of the crisis according to the appraisers, Tinsa. By December, the Spanish Real Estate Market Index (IMIE) had dropped to 1,524 points, similar to levels in the first half of 2004 and well down from the high point in December 2007 of 2,284 just before the Spanish housing bubble burst. The end of the tax advantages for new buyers and other tax changes that make

property transactions more expensive from the first of January, meant that buyers tried to close their purchases in December, resulting in a more moderate reduction in prices than in November. Experts predict that housing prices will continue to adjust because of the continuing high level of unemployment in Spain, the huge stock of empty homes and the need for banks to clean their balance sheets of the properties they have seized against outstanding unpaid loans. Capitals and other major cities saw the biggest drops, with prices down by 14 per cent. However in cumulative terms, the sharpest decline has been seen in the area of the Mediterranean coast, where house prices have fallen 40.1 per cent since the start of the crisis.

here in the Canaries, but it is important that it isn’t too hot. Over around 29 degrees Celsius the varnish will dry too quickly and bubbles will form on the surface: between 21 and 29 degrees Celsius are the perfect conditions. This all important first coat will in effect be the primer

and it should be nice and thin so it sinks well into the wood, helping seal it. For most varnishes you will need to use white spirit (aguarrás puras in Spanish) as a thinner. Dilute the varnish with around three parts of this before starting. You can use a foam brush or normal one, and you don’t need to worry about working with the grain, just make sure you cover every part of the job well. Allow to dry overnight and then sand all over using a fine paper. Wipe the wood with a dry cloth to remove dust.

Perfect finish Now, having diluted the varnish to normal levels, as per manufacturer’s instructions, you will need to apply various coats. A normal paintbrush will do, but you can also buy

brushes that have thicker and stronger bristles and are perfect for applying thicker products. Apply plenty of varnish each go (but not so much that you are chasing runs), and move it around quickly, as this gives a better finish than using too little at once. For these coats it is advisable to follow the grain as you varnish, as well as keeping an eye on the viscosity, or thickness, of the varnish, adding thinners as necessary. Ideally you need to leave 24 hours between each coat, as well as sanding very gently, with very fine paper, between each one. This is what makes the difference between a rough finish and a professional one: patience and attention to detail. Take it slowly, don’t try to rush things, and you will easily achieve that perfect look.

Property News ::

European Court

Spanish evictions

illegal? Evictions in Spain have continued despite the ruling by the Advocate General of the Court of Justice of the European Union (TEU), Juliane Kokott, that the Spanish law on evictions violate Directive 93/13 of the European Union. Mohamed Azia was evicted from his home in 2011 by a court order in favour of CatalunyaCaixa and the case has gone all the way to the European court. Whilst Kokott is clear in her opinion that there is no specific legislation governing evictions and therefore is a subject that corresponds to each member state to manage, in the

case of Spanish law, all the consumers’ rights cannot be guaranteed and therefore she believes the law is incompatible with the Directive in allowing the introduction of unfair terms in the mortgage loans contracts of lending institutions whereby in case of default, eviction is enforced. According to her, the court hearing the procedure should have the power to temporarily suspend enforcement of the eviction until it is established whether there are unfair terms in the mortgage contract. Consumer groups are still waiting for a firm ruling from the Government.


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Whether it’s broken or just out of style, replacing a ceiling fan is a great way to update a room and isn’t as difficult as you might think. All you need, apart from your new fan of course, is a screwdriver, some electrical wire block-connectors, stepladders and a pair of wire strippers. Most importantly, before you begin make sure you turn the power off at the main circuit breaker / fuse box. Then you can remove the old fan: it will usually simply twist

off, but look carefully for screws first. When you have removed the fan you will see the metal mounting bracket on the ceiling. Unscrew and remove this and secure the new one to the electrical outlet box that is embedded in the ceiling, ensuring that the existing electric cables have been gently pulled through the new bracket’s centre hole. Next attach the new motor assembly unit to the ceiling mounting bracket by sliding the notched end-bar at the top of the motor unit into

the bracket, so that the unit is supported in place but can now hang freely while you do the electrics. Connect the new fan’s wires to the ones coming from the ceiling, matching colour to colour, preferably using the electric wire blockconnectors, not just tape. You may have to strip the ends of the existing cables so that more of the actual wire is showing. Once finished, carefully push the cables up into the outlet box, place the other end of the bar into its section

of the ceiling mounting bracket and tighten all screws to secure. To attach the motor housing (the

main body of the fan) raise it to level with the mounting bracket and twist to lock into position. You will then

need to screw the individual blades to their brackets before climbing those ladders again to attach each one to the motor housing, always using the washers and screws provided. Wait until you have all of the blades in position before tightening all the screws fully. If the fan comes with lights, remove the screws from the top of the light kit and you will find the wires there to connect to the ones that come out of the bottom of the motor housing. Attach and screw light into place, turn the electricity back on, and away you go.


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Great Night Out ITV1 / Comedy / 11th January, 8:00pm

Each week we follow our four mid-thirties mates as they enjoy a weekly boys’ get-together in Stockport. Hodge and Kath’s seemingly carefully planned wedding anniversary celebrations go slightly awry when some of the guests are waylaid. Meanwhile, Glyn goes to the extreme lengths of taking salsa lessons in an attempt to catch the eye of his gorgeous school sweetheart Julie, and the lads help a worse-for-wear comrade in need, with disastrous consequences.

channel 4/ drama / 10:00pm

Utopia

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When five online strangers are drawn together by a legendary manuscript, they find themselves pursued by a secret and deadly organisation. itv / Documentary / 9:00pm

Inside Death Row with

Trevor McDonald 17th Jan.

BBC1 / Sitcom / 13th January, 6:30pm

Blandings

Sir Trevor McDonald meets some of America’s most dangerous prisoners as he explores life under the shadow of the death penalty Channel 4 / Entertainment / 10:00pm

Set in 1929 in the fictional Blandings Castle, Timothy Spall plays the amiable but befuddled Lord Emsworth who struggles to keep his dysfunctional family in order and usually adds to the chaos himself.

Paddy’s TV Show Paddy McGuinness hosts a brand new show. He uses his 10-foot plasma TV to offers advice by exploring everything from romance to family to fitness.

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one 6:00 Breakfast 9:15 Wanted Down Under 10:00 Homes Under the Hammer 11:00 Rip Off Britain The last of a special week of programmes from Tenerife, with the team battling on the behalf of viewers to resolve problems with holidays. 11:45 Cowboy Trap 12:15 Bargain Hunt 1:00 BBC News at One 1:30 BBC London News 1:45 Doctors Can Howard help a neighbour face up to a secret that is ruining her life? 2:15 Privates 3:00 Escape to the Country 3:45 Perfection 4:30 Antiques Road Trip 5:15 Pointless 6:00 BBC News at Six 6:30 BBC London News 7:00 The One Show 7:30 A Question of Sport 8:00 EastEnders Abi is fed up with being nice all the time and she decides to tell her family exactly what she thinks of them all. 8:30 Room 101 Victoria Coren, Phil Tufnell and Terry Wogan attempt to convince host Frank Skinner to consign their pet hates and worst nightmares to the depths of Room 101. 9:00 Silent Witness When two women close to a dead business owner are murdered, Nikki, Jack and Leo open his family’s skeleton-packed closet. 10:00 BBC News at Ten 10:25 BBC London News 10:35 The Graham Norton Show Graham is joined by the coolest movie director in the world, Quentin Tarantino. 11:25 The Village Thriller starring Joaquin Phoenix, in which the residents of an isolated 19th-century village in Pennsylvania live in fear of mysterious creatures that inhabit the surrounding woodland. 1:05 Weatherview

Italy Unpacked

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The Art of the Feast. Andrew Graham-Dixon and chef Giorgio Locatelli travel through Italy.

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TWO Homes Under the Hammer 7:35 Rip Off Britain 8:20 Cowboy Trap 8:50 Badman’s Territory Western set in the 1890s. A Texas sheriff on the trail of Frank and Jesse James rides into a no-man’s land. 10:25 Bombardier World War II film made in semi-documentary style, following the training of American bombing crews. 12:00 The Daily Politics 1:00 Darts Colin Murray introduces action from the men’s quarter-finals and the previous night’s women’s semi-finals. 4:15 Rivers with Griff Rhys Jones 5:15 Antiques Roadshow A special edition in which Michael Aspel introduces unseen sequences from recent roadshows. 6:00 Eggheads 6:30 Great British Railway Journeys 7:00 Heir Hunters The heir hunters try to crack the case of Brian Yanchuk who died in Milton Keynes in 2004. 8:00 Mastermind 8:30 Life in a Cottage Garden with Carol Klein Plantswoman Carol Klein shares with us a year in her garden at Glebe Cottage in North Devon. 9:00 Italy Unpacked The Art of the Feast. Graham-Dixon New Andrew and chef Giorgio Locatelli travel through Italy. 10:00 QI Stephen Fry looks at jollity with Julia Zemiro, Tim Vine, Rob Brydon and Alan Davies. 10:30 Newsnight 11:00 The Review Show Kirsty Wark and guests discuss a selection of the artistic highlights from early 2013. 11:50 Darts Colin Murray introduces highlights from the remaining quarter-final men’s matches.

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Daybreak Lorraine The Jeremy Kyle Show This Morning ITV News This Morning Loose Women More lunchtime chat and fun with the girls. 1:30 ITV News and Weather 2:00 Storage Hoarders Can Aggie Mackenzie persuade John to part with his mammoth collection of football programmes he has cherished for years? 3:00 Dickinson’s Real Deal David and the team are in Mansfield. 4:00 Tipping Point Ben Shephard hosts the quiz show in which four players take on an extraordinary machine in the hope of winning its 10,000-pound jackpot. 5:00 The Chase 6:00 London Tonight 6:30 ITV News and Weather 7:00 Emmerdale Jimmy is forced to make a hard decision. 7:30 Coronation Street Kylie deals Nick a shocking blow. Stella’s revelation leaves Karl confused. 8:00 Wild Britain with Ray Mears 8:30 Coronation Street Can Nick hold it together? Karl confronts Sunita. Carla is suspicious of Rob. 9:00 Great Night Out Six-part comedy drama New series. Hodge and Kath’s wedding anniversary celebrations go slightly skewed when some of the guests are waylaid. 10:00 ITV News at Ten and Weather 10:35 The Specialist Action thriller. Bomb expert Ray Quick is living in seclusion following an operation that went wrong and a confrontation with a crooked colleague. 12:35 Jackpot247 Join the presenters live and play roulette on your telly.

6:10 The Hoobs 7:05 Will and Grace 7:30 According to Jim Cheryl wounds Jim’s pride. 7:55 Everybody Loves Raymond 8:55 Frasier 10:00 Undercover Boss Australia 11:00 A Place in the Sun 12:00 Channel 4 News Includes news headlines and weather. 12:05 Jamie’s 15 Minute Meals This time it’s jerk pork, grilled corn and crunchy tortilla salad. 12:35 Kirstie’s Handmade Treasures 12:40 I Was Monty’s Double Rollicking adventure about a true-life Second World War impersonator of General Bernard Montgomery. 2:40 Countdown 3:30 Face the Clock Rory Bremner challenges six contestants to answer questions against The Clock. 4:00 Deal or No Deal 5:00 Four in a Bed 5:30 Come Dine with Me 6:00 The Simpsons 6:30 Hollyoaks There’s disaster when the McQueens and Savages arrange a get-together. 7:00 Channel 4 News 7:55 4thought.tv 8:00 First Time Farmers A brand new five-part observational documentary series, looking at all aspects of farming life through the eyes of the younger generation. 9:00 16 Kids and Counting The Radfords are Britain’s biggest family living under one roof, and they are about to get even bigger. Mum Sue is awaiting the arrival of her 16th baby. 10:00 Rude Tube In this New Year special, Alex Zane introduces 100 of the web’s very best clips from Rude Tube.

6:00 Milkshake 9:15 The Wright Stuff 11:10 Trisha 12:00 5 News Lunchtime 12:05 Looney Tunes 12:15 Celebrity Big Brother Catch up with the latest events inside the Celebrity Big Brother house. 1:15 Home and Away 1:45 Reza, Spice Prince of India 2:10 CSI: Miami The CSIs must investigate when a pedestrian is killed after a man falls from a building. 3:15 Mystery Woman: Sing Me a Murder To attract new customers, pulp-fiction expert Samantha Kinsey invites a once-famous folk-rock trio to perform a comeback. 5:00 5 News at 5 5:30 Andy Bates’ Street Feasts 6:00 Home and Away Dex reveals to Romeo that he feels constrained by his dad’s expectations. 6:30 5 News 7:00 The World’s Biggest Bomb: Revealed The story of the Cold War nuclear arms race is a chilling tale of political pressure, secret scientific experimentation and terrifying, unexpected results. 8:00 Ice Road Truckers Documentary series examining the lucrative, but highly dangerous, job of driving trucks on Canada’s notorious ice highway. 9:00 Celebrity Big Brother Brian Dowling hosts all the drama and excitement from the Celebrity Big Brother house. 10:00 Celebrity Wedding Planner: Celebrity Big Brother Special 11:00 Celebrity Big Brother’s Bit on the Side Emma Willis hosts a round-up of Big Brotherrelated news and debate, with special guests. 12:00 Super Casino Live interactive gaming featuring roulette, blackjack and autowheel

6:00 Cricket 3:00 Total Rugby-Brian O’driscoll 3:30 Barclays Premier League World 4:00 Capital One Cup Football All the goals from the first legs of the Capital One Cup semi-finals. 5:00 Cricket The first ODI between India and England from the Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium. 7:00 Barclays Premier League 7:30 Football Wolverhampton Wanderers host Blackburn Rovers. 10:00 The Fantasy Football Club 11:00 Barclays Premier League A look ahead to the weekend’s Barclays Premier League games. 11:30 Masters of European Football 12:00 Football

2 6:00 Cricket The first ODI between Australia and Sri Lanka. 11:30 Cricket Day one of the second test between South Africa and New Zealand. 3:30 International Cricket The first ODI between Australia and Sri Lanka from the Melbourne Cricket Ground. 4:30 FIFA Futbol Mundial 5:00 Barclays Premier League World 5:30 European Tour Golf Day two of the Volvo Golf Champions from the Durban Country Club in South Africa. 7:30 European Rugby Union Ulster take on Glasgow Warriors. 10:00 World Wrestling Entertainment Late Night Smackdown Josh Mathews and JBL present all the rough and tumble. 12:00 World Wrestling Entertainment Late Night Bottom Line

Film 4 - Today’s highlights Brewster’s Millions

6:55pm

Richard Pryor stars as Montgomery Brewster, a low-league baseball player who suddenly finds out that a distant relative has left him $300m. But there’s a catch: he has to waste $30m in just 30 days without anyone knowing he’s doing it, without investing it and without banking it.

Knowing

9:00pm

Back in 1959, a Boston school buried a time capsule containing the pupils’ imaginings of what life would be like in the future. Now, 50 years later, the experiment has been dug up, and the predictions distributed among the school’s current students; the oddity - a long list of numbers that baffles everyone.


Mrs. Brown’s Boys

Agnes is disappointed with Cathy when she decides to get a boob job.

one 6:00 Breakfast 10:00 Saturday Kitchen Live 11:30 The Good Cook 12:00 BBC News The latest national and international news from the BBC. 12:10 BBC London News 12:15 Football Focus Dan Walker and guests look ahead to the weekend’s fixtures and discuss the talking points. 1:00 Brazil: Welcoming the World Dan Roan looks at the 2014 World Cup and the 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games. 1:30 Bargain Hunt There are treasures to be found at Peterborough Antiques and Collector’s Fair. 2:30 Darts Colin Murray and Bobby George introduce live coverage from semi-finals day at Lakeside. 4:30 Final Score Jason Mohammad introduces the comprehensive results service, with reports and interviews. 5:15 BBC News 5:25 BBC London News 5:30 Animal Antics 6:00 Richard Hammond’s Secret Service 6:45 Britain’s Brightest Six new contestants enter the competition, each intent on proving they are Britain’s Brightest and landing 50,000 pounds. 8:00 The National Lottery: In It to Win It 8:50 Casualty Zoe is concerned that Jordan is not facing up to the severity of Yvonne’s condition. 9:40 Mrs. Brown’s Boys Agnes is disappointed with Cathy when she decides to get a boob job to impress her boyfriend. 10:10 BBC News 10:30 Match of the Day 11:50 The Football League Show 1:05 Weatherview

BBC1 · Sitcom pm

9:40

SATURDAY

12/01/13

TV23

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TWO 6:00

The Hitch-Hiker Family men Roy Collins and Gilbert Bowen set out on a fishing trip, but a hitchhiker turns their holiday into a nightmare. 7:15 On Dangerous Ground Jim Wilson, who becomes increasingly stressed by his work and starts to take out his frustrations physically on suspects. 8:35 The Armored Car Robbery When half a million dollars is stolen in a hold-up, a Los Angeles police lieutenant has the task of recovering the money. 9:40 The Sky at Night 10:00 A History of Britain by Simon Schama 11:00 Meet The Ancestors 11:30 Map Man 12:00 Indian Food Made Easy 12:30 Talking Pictures 1:15 Scott of the Antarctic 3:00 Coast 4:00 Stargazing Live Dara O Briain and Professor Brian Cox celebrate the night sky. 5:00 Stargazing Live Mark Thompson reveals what can be learned from the colours of the stars 6:00 Stargazing Live Liz Bonnin meets the NASA team 7:00 Flog It! 8:00 Dad’s Army 8:30 Fawlty Towers 9:00 QI XL Quiz show. Stephen Fry looks at jollity with Julia Zemiro, Tim Vine, Rob Brydon and Alan Davies. 9:45 Oranges and Sunshine The story of Margaret Humphreys, who, in 1986, uncovered one of the most significant social scandals of recent times: the deportation of thousands of children in care from the United Kingdom to Australia. 11:25 Darts Colin Murray presents highlights from the men’s semi-finals of the 2013 World Championships. 12:15 Sugarhouse

6:00 CITV 9:25 ITV News The latest national and international news. 9:30 The Jeremy Kyle Show US 11:20 Saturday Cookbook 12:20 ITV News and Weather 12:25 Columbo When an art critic learns that his uncle does not intend to bequeath an extensive art collection to him, he turns killer and stages a robbery. 1:55 My Tasty Travels with Lynda Bellingham Lynda travels to midDevon where she meets the artisans at the Bovey Tracey. 2:55 Hulk When an experiment goes wrong, a geneticist is accidentally exposed to radiation, causing him to transform into a powerful giant green brute when placed under emotional stress. 5:30 London Tonight 5:45 ITV News and Weather 6:00 You’ve Been Framed! Harry Hill presents a special episode featuring the best clips of kids filmed on camcorders and mobiles. 7:00 Splash! Vernon Kay and Gabby Logan present heat two of the celebrity diving contest with Olympic medallist Tom Daley. 8:30 Take Me Out Paddy McGuinness plays cupid once again as the fifth series of the dating show continues. 9:45 The Jonathan Ross Show Jonathan’s guests include model Jerry Hall, Oscar and Grammy winning superstar Jamie Foxx. 10:45 ITV News and Weather 11:00 Beowulf Digitally rendered epic based on the Old English poem of the same name. 1:05 The Store Fantastic products and great gadgets from JML www.jmldirect.com.

6:10 The Hoobs 7:00 Beach Volleyball 8:00 The Morning Line 9:00 Everybody Loves Raymond 10:00 Frasier 11:00 Undercover Boss USA Bill Massa, the president and CEO of Synagro, the largest waste water treatment company in America, goes undercover in his own organisation. 12:00 The Big Bang Theory 1:00 The Simpsons 1:30 Channel 4 Racing The new-look Channel 4 team, led by Nick Luck, make a rare visit to Warwick - where they’ve been racing since the 18th century 4:00 Come Dine with Me Five episodes. 6:30 Channel 4 News 6:55 4thought.tv 7:00 Night at the Museum 2: Battle of the Smithsonian Two years after the original outing, former museum nightwatchman Larry Daley is now a successful businessman, and has been so busy that he’s not had time to visit his secret chums at New York’s Natural History Museum 9:00 World Without End Cynthia Nixon, Peter Firth, Charlotte Riley and Miranda Richardson head up the all-star cast in Ken Follett’s epic sequel to The Pillars of the Earth. 10:55 The 51st State Samuel L Jackson plays Elmo McElroy, a pharmaceutical genius who has made a fortune in illegal drugs, particularly with Formula 51, which is more potent than heroin and crack. 12:45 Pan’s Labyrinth In 1940s Spain, a young girl escapes from the horrifying brutality of her sadistic stepfather’s military endeavours into a mysterious netherworld of magic and monsters.

6.00 Milkshake 10:00 Power Rangers: Super Samurai 10:35 Batman: The Brave and the Bold 11:10 Inside Hollywood Get your daily fix of the latest film and TV news from the USA. Presented by Mark Morris. 11:20 Celebrity Big Brother Brian Dowling hosts all the drama and excitement from the Celebrity Big Brother house. 12:15 The All New Gadget Show 1:20 Brave Warrior Western set in Indiana in the early 1800s. Competing US and British forces fight to win territory from the native Shawnee Indians 2:50 Mutiny on the Bounty Lavish historical adventure based on the true story of the famous 1789 mutiny. 6:10 Attack on the Iron Coast World War II action drama about a special commando team that undertakes a mission to disable a German naval base in occupied France. 7:50 5 News Weekend 7:55 NCIS When a naval commander is murdered, an old friend contacts Gibbs. 8:50 NCIS In this installment, the investigation into the brutal murder of a marine hits a major snag. 9:45 Celebrity Big Brother Catch up with the latest events inside the Celebrity Big Brother house. 10:45 50 Shocking Facts About Diet and Exercise 11:45 Comedy Kings Coverage from the Just for Laughs comedy festival in Montreal, with performances from some of the world’s finest comedians. 12:15 Super Casino Live interactive gaming featuring roulette, blackjack and autowheel. 3:55 Michaela’s Wild Challenge

6:00 Transworld Sport 7:00 Ringside-Chris Eubank Special 8:00 T20 Cricket - The Big Bash Hobart Hurricanes host Brisbane Heat. 11:30 Sporting Greats A profile of former West Indies cricketer Sir Gary Sobers. 12:00 Sporting Heroes 1:00 European Rugby Union Harlequins host Connacht at Twickenham Stoop. 3:30 European Rugby Union Racing Metro take on Saracens. 5:45 European Rugby Union Leinster host Scarlets. 8:30 Sporting Greats A look at the career of record-breaking American sprinter Michael Johnson. 9:00 NFL A divisional play-off game from the NFL. 1:00 NFL

2 6:00 Aerobics: Oz Style 6:30 Barclays Premier League 7:00 Football League Wolverhampton Wanderers host Blackburn Rovers. 8:30 Barclays Premier League 9:00 The Fantasy Football Club 10:00 Soccer A.M. 12:00 Barclays Premier League 3:15 Sky Sports Classic 3:30 Sporting Greats Usain Bolt. 4:00 Sporting Heroes 5:00 Football Hull City host Sheffield Wednesday. 7:55 Masters of European Football 8:25 Football First Sarah-Jane Mee presents a full rerun of the best game from today’s Barclays Premier League matches. 10:15 Football First Match choice. 11:45 Football First

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13/01/13 9:00

one 6:00 Breakfast 7:40 Match of the Day 9:00 The Andrew Marr Show 10:00 The Big Questions 11:00 Sunday Politics 12:25 Countryfile 1:25 Bargain Hunt 2:25 Escape to the Country 3:25 Chatsworth The first programme joins the 12th duke and duchess as the house is being prepared to open to the public 4:25 Songs of Praise 5:00 Africa David Attenborough takes a breathtaking journey through the vast and diverse continent of Africa as it has never been seen before. 6:00 BBC News 6:20 BBC London News 6:30 Blandings Clarence has to get his pig eating again or he will lose the Fattest Pig prize to his fiendish rival. 7:00 Countryfile Matt Baker and Julia Bradbury head to the Hertfordshire countryside. 8:00 Antiques Roadshow Fiona Bruce and the team head to the north of Scotland for a busy day in the grounds of Cawdor Castle near Inverness. 9:00 Ripper Street H Division and the independent City of London force are thrown together when the panic surrounding a sudden cholera outbreak leads them to scour both boroughs 10:00 BBC News 10:20 BBC London News 10:25 Match of the Day 2 Arsenal v Manchester City, and Manchester United v Liverpool. 11:25 Room 101 Frank Skinner hosts as three celebrities battle to banish their top peeve or worst nightmare to the depths of Room 101. With guests Victoria Coren, Phil Tufnell and Terry Wogan. 12:05 The Celebrity Apprentice USA 1:30 Weatherview

Selfridges is open but it is missing something - customers.

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TWO 6:05 8:15

I Remember Mama Life in a Cottage Garden with Carol Klein Plantswoman Carol Klein shares with us a year in her garden at Glebe Cottage in North Devon. 8:45 A to Z of TV Gardening 9:30 Saturday Kitchen Best Bites James Martin takes a look back at some of his favourite recipes and best moments from Saturday Kitchen. 11:00 EastEnders Omnibus 12:55 Masters Snooker The 39th Masters tournament gets under way at Alexandra Palace. 5:00 Ski Sunday The series will feature all the thrills and excitement of the men’s and women’s downhill tour. 5:45 Darts In 2012, Dutchman Christian Kist won a thrilling Lakeside final against England’s Tony O’Shea. 8:00 The Battle for Malta Historian James Holland looks at the World War Two battle for the tiny Mediterranean island of Malta. 9:00 Tankies: Tank Heroes of World War II In the last of this two part Historian and former tank commander Mark Urban continues the story of six remarkable men from the Fifth Royal Tank Regiment in World War II. 10:00 Speed Dreams: The Fastest Place on Earth Bill Nighy narrates a story about how every year thousands of petrol heads descend upon a dried up salt lake bed in Bonneville, Utah. 11:00 Masters Snooker Highlights Hazel Irvine introduces highlights from the first round match. 11:50 Masters Snooker Extra 1:50 Holby City

6:00 CITV 9:25 ITV News 9:30 There’s No Taste Like Home 10:25 Dinner Date 11:25 May the Best House Win 12:25 Dickinson’s Real Deal David Dickinson and his team of dealers are in Caernarfon in North Wales. 1:25 Rosemary and Thyme 2:25 ITV News and Weather 2:30 Sparkling Cyanide Murder mystery. The beautiful but unfaithful wife of a successful lawyer dies of cyanide poisoning at their anniversary dinner party. 4:30 All Star Family Fortunes 5:15 You’ve Been Framed! Harry Hill presents more hilarious camcorder calamities and mobile phone mishaps. 5:45 London Tonight 6:00 ITV News and Weather 6:15 Dancing on Ice Hosted by Phillip Schofield and Christine Bleakley, with ice legends Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean. 7:45 All Star Family Fortunes Dancer Louie Spence and his family compete against radio DJ Richard Bacon and his clan. 8:30 Dancing on Ice Find out which two couples will battle it out in the skate off. 9:00 Mr Selfridge Selfridges is open but it is missing something - customers. 10:00 ITV News and Weather 10:15 The Constant Gardener Dramatic thriller based on the novel by John Le Carre. Quiet diplomat Justin Quayle finds his life turned upside down when his activist wife Tessa is murdered in Kenya. 12:30 The Store Fantastic products and great gadgets from JML www.jmldirect.com.

6:15 The Hoobs 7:05 Will and Grace 7:30 Everybody Loves Raymond 8:25 Frasier 9:30 Sunday Brunch Tim Lovejoy and Simon Rimmer host a chilled Sunday show with guests Lee Boardman and music from Lawson. 12:05 The Big Bang Theory 1:40 The Simpsons 2:40 Honey, I Blew Up the Kid After the success of Honey, I Shrunk the Kids, Rick Moranis returns as scientist Wayne Szalinski in Randal Klesier’s family comedy. 4:25 Deal or No Deal Noel Edmonds asks the all-important question as contestants do battle with the Banker in their quest to leave the Dream Factory with £250,000. 5:25 Time Team Tony Robinson and the Team investigate a huge hill near Cardiff. 6:25 Channel 4 News Includes sport and weather. 6:55 4thought.tv 7:00 Come Dine with Me The week features some deliberate overspicing of a guest’s starter, an argument about Princess Diana and some post-dinner hair removal. 8:00 The Hotel Hotel manager Mark decides he needs some new tricks as he continues to try to attract more up-market guests to the Grosvenor. 9:00 Unknown Liam Neeson, January Jones and Diane Kruger star in this dynamic action mystery from Jaume Collet-Serra, the director of stylishly creepy horror Orphan. 11:15 Beverly Hills Cop Eddie Murphy stars as streetwise Detroit cop Axel Foley in this 80s mainstream classic. 1:15 Four Brothers Four adopted brothers reunite when their mother is killed in a botched robbery.

6:00 Milkshake 10:00 Power Rangers: Super Samurai 10:35 Batman: The Brave and the Bold 11:10 Meerkat Manor 11:40 Celebrity Big Brother Catch up with the latest events inside the Celebrity Big Brother house. 12:40 Once Upon a Time Find out how Dreamy became Grumpy after falling in love with a fairy, while over in Storybrooke, Emma investigates Kathryn’s mysterious disappearance. 1:40 Little Man Juvenile comedy from the Wayans camp, as a childless couple celebrate discovering an abandoned baby on their doorstep. 3:25 Mannequin Romantic comedy about a department store mannequin that comes to life when left alone with a young window-dresser. 5:10 Loch Ness Whimsical family drama in which an American scientist is dispatched to disprove definitively the legend of the Loch Ness monster. 6:55 5 News Weekend 7:00 Bulletproof Monk Martial arts comedy, based on the comic book strip of the same name, in which a Tibetan monk enlists the help of a pickpocket. 9:00 Celebrity Big Brother Catch up with the latest events inside the Celebrity Big Brother house. 10:00 Over Her Dead Body Romantic comedy. After a tragic accident kills his bride-to-be, the grieving would-be groom turns to a local psychic to help him through the pain. 11:55 Bizarre Burials Documentary exploring the variety of strange and sensational ways to make your mark when you die. 12:55 Super Casino Live interactive gaming featuring roulette, blackjack and autowheel.

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FIFA Futbol Mundial Football First Football First has the latest news and views from the footballing world. 8:00 Football First 9:30 The Sunday Supplement 11:00 Goals on Sunday 1:00 Football Manchester United take on Liverpool. 3:30 Football Arsenal face Manchester City. 7:00 Football Atletico Madrid take on Real Zaragoza at the Vicente Calderon Stadium. 8:00 Football Malaga face Barcelona at La Rosaleda. 10:00 Ford Football Special Another chance to catch Sunday’s Barclays Premier League double bill. 11:30 FIFA Futbol Mundial 12:00 Sporting Greats

2 6:00 Cricket The second ODI between Australia and Sri Lanka from the Adelaide Oval. 11:30 Ashes Memories In the series that looks back at some classic moments in games between England and Australia. 12:00 Total Rugby: Brian O’Driscoll Special 12:30 European Rugby Union Edinburgh host Munster at Murrayfield in the fifth round of the Heineken Cup. 2:45 European Rugby Union Ospreys take on Leicester Tigers at Liberty Stadium in the fifth round of the Heineken Cup. 5:30 NFL A divisional play-off game from the NFL. 9:30 NFL A divisional play-off game from the NFL. 1:00 European Rugby Special A chance to catch up with the fifth-round matches from the Heineken Cup and the Amlin Challenge Cup

Film 4 - Today’s highlights The Ugly Truth

9:00pm

When a TV morning show’s ratings fail, its producer Abby Richter finds herself having to welcome a new host - Mike Chadaway. Trouble is, she’s a control-freak perfectionist, while he’s the chauvinistic former host of a freewheeling, late-night chat show, who’s used to living in the moment.

Carlos - Part 1

10:55pm

French film-maker Olivier Assayas charts the rise and fall of the Venezuelan terrorist Carlos the Jackal. Édgar Ramírez takes the lead role, portraying Ilich Ramírez Sánchez, who was born in 1949, and whose father was such a committed Marxist that he named his other two sons Vladimir and Lenin.


Winterwatch

BBC2 · Nature pm

8:30

Chris Packham, Michaela Strachan and Martin Hughes-Games have the best UK wildlife stories.

one 6:00 Breakfast 9:15 Wanted Down Under 10:00 Homes Under the Hammer Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a twobedroom semi-detached bungalow in Derby. 11:00 The Sheriffs are Coming 11:45 Cowboy Trap 12:15 Bargain Hunt 1:00 BBC News at One 1:30 BBC London News 1:45 Doctors A visit from an old teacher finds Chris reliving his school days. 2:10 Father Brown 3:00 Escape to the Country Denise Nurse helps a British couple with a budget of 300,000 pounds to repatriate to rural Somerset. 3:45 Perfection 4:30 Antiques Road Trip 5:15 Pointless 6:00 BBC News at Six 6:30 BBC London News 7:00 The One Show 7:30 Inside Out Mark Jordan investigates the sometimes deadly chemicals being bought by teenagers to get high. 8:00 EastEnders Kat and Roxy come to blows, and Alfie is forced to choose a side. 8:30 Rip Off Britain In this programme, the team investigate complaints about the banks. 9:00 Miranda Trapped in her flat and being barked at by Penny, Miranda is forced to think about her life regrets. 9:30 Mrs. Brown’s Boys Agnes is desperate for a holiday but cannot find anyone to look after Grandad. 10:00 BBC News at Ten 10:25 BBC London News 10:35 Have I Got Old News for You 11:05 Blandings 11:35 The Graham Norton Show Graham is joined by Quentin Tarantino. 12:25 The Celebrity Apprentice USA

MONDAY

14/01/13

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TWO Homes Under the Hammer 7:05 Rip Off Britain 7:50 Cowboy Trap 8:20 Don’t Get Done, Get Dom 9:05 MasterChef: The Professionals 9:35 Return to Forgotten Britain 10:35 Click Guide to all the latest gadgets, websites, games and computer industry news. 11:00 BBC News 11:30 BBC World News 12:00 The Daily Politics 1:00 Masters Snooker Two-time champion John Higgins starts his 2013 Masters campaign against Ali Carter. 6:00 Eggheads 6:30 Great British Railway Journeys Michael feeds the crew of Britain’s newest warship. 7:00 The Polar Bear Family and Me Gordon and arctic survival experts travel by boat to far flung Svalbard. 8:00 University Challenge In another second-round match, the University of Bristol plays Imperial College, London for a place in the quarter-finals. Jeremy Paxman asks the questions. 8:30 Winterwatch Chris Packham, Michaela Strachan and Martin New Hughes-Games have the best UK wildlife stories as they broadcast live from their base in the Scottish Highlands. 9:30 Why the Industrial Revolution Happened Here Professor Jeremy Black examines one of the most extraordinary and revolutionary periods in British history: the industrial revolution. 10:30 Newsnight 11:20 Masters Snooker Highlights Rishi Persad introduces highlights from the evening’s play. 12:10 American Football Matt Roberts presents highlights from the weekend’s NFL play-offs

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6:10 The Hoobs 7:00 Will and Grace 7:30 According to Jim Jim is diagnosed with high blood pressure and is told to avoid stress. 7:55 Everybody Loves Raymond 9:00 Frasier 10:00 Undercover Boss USA 11:00 A Place in the Sun 12:00 Channel 4 News 12:05 Jamie’s 15 Minute Meals Jamie cooks Swedish meatballs, celeriac and spinach rice. 12:35 An American Guerrilla in the Philippines 2:40 Countdown 3:30 Face the Clock 4:00 Deal or No Deal 5:00 Four in a Bed The latest competition kicks off at the Yellow Submarine in Liverpool. 5:30 Come Dine with Me 6:00 The Simpsons 6:30 Hollyoaks The odds are heavily stacked against Will, but can Dodger set aside his anger and pain to support his brother? 7:00 Channel 4 News 7:55 4thought.tv 8:00 Dispatches Channel 4 Dispatches follows presenter Tim Lovejoy, a divorced father of two, as he investigates the current situation surrounding shared parenting following divorce or separation. 9:00 Embarrassing Fat Bodies Dr Christian meets a woman whose excessive eating has left her hauling around a massive growth on her leg which weighs the same as a small child. 10:00 What Happens in Kavos... 11:05 One Born Every Minute The new series continues to capture the highs and lows of new life beginning at Leeds General Infirmary. 12:10 Random Acts

6:00 Milkshake 9:15 The Wright Stuff 11:10 Trisha 12:00 Looney Tunes 12:10 5 News Lunchtime 12:15 Celebrity Big Brother Catch up with the latest events inside the Celebrity Big Brother house. 1:15 Home and Away 1:45 Neighbours Vanessa views Lucas in a new light after he gives a heartfelt speech at a party for Toadie and Sonya. 2:15 CSI: Miami When a woman is killed in an apparent carjacking, the CSIs talk to her husband. 3:15 Jane Doe: The Wrong Face 5:00 5 News at 5 5:30 Neighbours 6:00 Home and Away Leah finds herself enjoying her second date with Jamie, but is he all that he appears to be? 6:30 5 News 7:00 Cowboy Builders Melinda and Dom catch up with a woman they visited in 2010 whose search for a new lifestyle had been hampered by a builder who took her for a ride. 8:00 The All New Gadget Show Entertainment show devoted to gadgets. Presenters Jason Bradbury and Pollyanna Woodward visit Israel to test two of the latest underwater cameras in the Red Sea. 9:00 Celebrity Big Brother Catch up with the latest events inside the Celebrity Big Brother house. 10:00 Botched Up Bodies First of a two-part documentary featuring the surgeons whose job it is to correct the catastrophes left by dodgy cosmetic surgeons. 11:00 Celebrity Big Brother’s Bit on the Side Emma Willis hosts a round-up of Big Brotherrelated news and debate, with special guests. 12:00 Celebrity Wedding Planner: Celebrity Big Brother Special

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one 6:00 Breakfast 9:15 Wanted Down Under 10:00 Homes Under the Hammer 11:00 The Sheriffs are Coming 11:45 Cowboy Trap 12:15 Bargain Hunt 1:00 BBC News at One 1:30 BBC London News 1:45 Doctors Mrs Tembe organises a walking tour for her church group, but the guide is anything but helpful. 2:10 Father Brown 3:00 Escape to the Country 3:45 Perfection Popular quiz show. 4:30 Antiques Road Trip 5:15 Pointless 6:00 BBC News at Six 6:30 BBC London News 7:00 The One Show 7:30 EastEnders The Brannings are a family in crisis, and Dot attempts to pull them back together. 8:00 Holby City Things could not be better between Jac and Jonny, but when she hears that the former ‘love of her life’ is getting married, she is thrown and jeopardises everything that she cares for. 9:00 Death in Paradise Detective drama series. DI Richard Poole is perplexed by a fatal fire at the island convent. 10:00 BBC News at Ten 10:25 BBC London News 10:35 Harry and Paul’s Magnificent Sportin Moments Harry Enfield and Paul Whitehouse celebrate some magnificent sporting moments, using an unlikely selection of clips. 11:05 Flightplan Horror abounds in this tense thriller. Imagine being on a plane with your daughter, having a nap, and waking up to discover that not only has she disappeared, but that the crew and everyone around you insists that she was never on board in the first place. 12:40 Weatherview

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TWO Homes Under the Hammer 7:05 The Sheriffs are Coming 7:50 Cowboy Trap 8:20 Don’t Get Done, Get Dom 9:05 MasterChef: The Professionals 10:05 You’ve Been Scammed 10:35 HARDtalk 11:00 BBC News 11:30 BBC World News 12:00 The Daily Politics 1:00 Masters Snooker 6:00 Eggheads 6:30 Great British Railway Journeys 7:00 The Polar Bear Family and Me Gordon Buchanan and the team return to Svalbard in mid-June on the trail of Lyra and her cubs Miki and Luca. 8:00 Winterwatch Martin Hughes-Games scales the snowy Cairngorms to track down the mountain hare and understand how this mammal has adapted to the near Arctic conditions. 9:00 Locomotion: Dan Snow’s History of Railways From their beginnings as a primitive system of track-ways for coal carts in the early 18th century, railways quickly developed into the driving force behind the industrial revolution and the pivotal technology for modern Britain, and a connected world. 10:00 The Sarah Millican Television Programme Joining Sarah are Strictly’s New Craig Revel Horwood and Spice Girl Melanie C. But how does Sarah end up performing CPR aided by the cast of Casualty? 10:30 Newsnight 11:20 Masters Snooker Highlights Rishi Persad introduces highlights from the match featuring 2012’s Masters runner-up Shaun Murphy. 12:10 Masters Snooker Extra Hazel Irvine introduces highlights from the afternoon’s match

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Daybreak Lorraine The Jeremy Kyle Show This Morning ITV News This Morning Popular magazine programme. 12:30 Loose Women More lunchtime chat and fun with the girls. 1:30 ITV News and Weather 2:00 Storage Hoarders 3:00 Dickinson’s Real Deal David Dickinson and the team are in Bangor. 4:00 Tipping Point Ben Shephard hosts the quiz show in which four players take on an extraordinary machine in the hope of winning its 10,000-pound jackpot. 5:00 The Chase Quiz show hosted by Bradley Walsh. Four contestants must pit their wits against the Chaser, a ruthless quiz genius determined to stop them winning the prize cash. 6:00 London Tonight 6:30 ITV News and Weather 7:00 Emmerdale Declan is devastated to learn the extent of Megan’s deception. 7:30 FA Cup Replay Adrian Chiles presents live action from a third round replay. With commentary from Clive Tyldesley and Andy Townsend. 10:00 ITV News at Ten and Weather 10:35 River Monsters Extreme angler Jeremy Wade travels to the Zambezi River in Africa after hearding tales of an invisible predator that drags fishermen to their deaths. 11:05 Weight Loss Ward Second of two programmes. One of the UK’s biggest and busiest obesity units opens its doors to allow an insight into the battle with the bulge. 12:05 Jackpot247 Join the presenters live and play roulette on your telly.

6:10 The Hoobs 7:00 Will and Grace 7:30 According to Jim Jim ruins a night out with Cheryl when someone takes the parking space he wanted. 7:55 Everybody Loves Raymond 8:55 Frasier 10:00 Undercover Boss USA 11:00 A Place in the Sun 12:00 Channel 4 News 12:05 Jamie’s 15 Minute Meals This time the menu features green tea salmon, coconut rice and miso greens. 12:35 Kirstie’s Handmade Treasures 12:50 The 39 Steps Kenneth More stars as Richard Hannay in the second film adaptation of John Buchan’s ripping espionage yarn. 2:40 Countdown 3:30 Face the Clock 4:00 Deal or No Deal 5:00 Four in a Bed Manor Lodge in Cornwall is the latest to host. 5:30 Come Dine with Me 6:00 The Simpsons 6:30 Hollyoaks An excited Leanne gets ready for her date, but will she listen to Dennis’s advice before it’s too late. 7:00 Channel 4 News 7:55 4thought.tv 8:00 Supersize v Superskinny Joanne Leadley goes head to head with 23-year-old Ross Clarke from Cardiff. Ross is a meal dodger who never finds time to eat, while Joanne is a giant portion gorger. 9:00 The Undateables Extreme sports enthusiast 34-year-old Samantha has it all - amazing friends, a beautiful home, and even a PhD in Psychology. The only thing eluding her is love. 10:00 Utopia Brand new drama - a dark New and enigmatic thriller. 11:25 Random Acts 11:30 What Happens in Kavos...

6:00 Milkshake 9:15 The Wright Stuff 11:10 Trisha 12:00 Looney Tunes 12:10 5 News Lunchtime 12:15 Celebrity Big Brother Catch up with the latest events inside the Celebrity Big Brother house. 1:15 Home and Away 1:45 Neighbours To teach Georgia a lesson on the importance of accurate paperwork, Karl makes her go through all of the incomplete patient files. 2:15 NCIS When a naval commander is murdered, an old friend contacts Gibbs. 3:15 High Noon Emilie de Ravin plays a tough police lieutenant and expert hostage negotiator, who juggles her career with the demands of a young daughter and agoraphobic mother. 5:00 5 News at 5 5:30 Neighbours 6:00 Home and Away Brax and Heath meet up with Kyle through a girl called Mac who was harbouring him. 6:30 5 News 7:00 Great Northern Cookbook 8:00 Benidorm ER More sun, sea and surgery in this documentary series following the staff and their British patients at one of the busiest hospitals on the Costa Blanca in Spain. 9:00 Body of Proof US mystery series. A bride falls to her death at her wedding and all the guests are suspects. 10:00 Celebrity Big Brother Catch up with the latest events inside the Celebrity Big Brother house. 11:00 Celebrity Big Brother’s Bit on the Side Emma Willis hosts a round-up of Big Brotherrelated news and debate, with special guests. 12:00 Botched Up Bodies 1:00 Super Casino

6:00 Cricket The second ODI between India and England. 3:00 Soccer A.M.The Best Bits All the best bits from last Saturday’s show. 4:00 Football’s Greatest A look at legend Pele. 4:30 Cricket The second ODI between India and England. 6:30 Revista de la Liga 7:30 T20 Cricket -The Big Bash The first semi-final of the KFC T20 Big Bash League. 8:00 Cricket The second ODI between India and England from the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Kochi. 10:00 Revista de la Liga Scott Minto is joined by Guillem Balague. 11:00 Barclays Premier League Review 12:00 Football’s Greatest

2 Good Morning Sports Fans 8:00 T20 Cricket.The Big Bash 11:30 Netbusters 12:00 Soccer A.M.The Best Bits 1:00 Ford Monday Night Football Queens Park Rangers host Tottenham Hotspur. 3:30 Netbusters 4:00 Sporting Greats 4:30 Sporting Greats A chance to relive the career of Carl Lewis. 5:00 Netbusters 5:30 Barclays Premier League Review 6:30 Cricket 7:30 World Cup of Pool The 2012 PartyPoker.net World Cup of Pool from Manila. 8:30 Football Asia 9:00 Barclays Premier League Review 10:00 Cricket South Africa vNew Zealand. 11:00 T20 Cricket.The Big Bash The first semi-final of the KFC T20 Big Bash League. 11:30 Cricket

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Film 4 - Today’s highlights Only You

6:50pm

Marisa Tomei is convinced by a tarot reading she’ll marry a man named Damon Bradley, but when he doesn’t appear, she commits herself to a safe, if dull doctor. However, on the eve of her marriage, the phone rings and on the line is...

Fracture

9:00pm

Anthony Hopkins, Ryan Gosling and David Strathairn star in Gregory Hoblit’s twist-filled legal drama. When top airplane engineer Ted Crawford discovers that his wife has been cheating on him he takes a devastatingly direct route to revenge: he drives home and shoots his errant spouse in the face.


Gok’s Style Secrets

Gok comes to the rescue of a 53 year-old single mum who’s been dateless for nearly two decades.

one 6:00 Breakfast 9:15 Wanted Down Under 10:00 Homes Under the Hammer Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a two-bedroom lower ground floor flat in London. 11:00 The Sheriffs are Coming 11:45 Cowboy Trap 12:15 Bargain Hunt The teams face a welcome in the hillside as they scour the Royal Welsh Showground for bargains. 1:00 BBC News at One 1:30 BBC London News 1:45 Doctors When a neighbour of Al’s Auntie Sheila is given some devastating news, Al finds himself trying to help but as events take a shocking turn, will he succeed? 2:10 Father Brown Soon after his poetry recital, Leonard Quinton is found hanging in the conservatory. 3:00 Escape to the Country Alistair Appleton goes property shopping in Devon. 3:45 Perfection 4:30 Antiques Road Trip Mark Stacey and Paul Laidlaw start their shopping in Stafford. 5:15 Pointless 6:00 BBC News at Six 6:30 BBC London News 7:00 The One Show 8:00 Food Inspectors In this episode, food inspector Mandy from Gravesham Borough Council is on the trail of a Chinese takeaway 9:00 Africa David Attenborough takes a breathtaking journey through the vast and diverse continent of Africa. 10:00 BBC News at Ten 10:25 BBC London News 10:35 A Question of Sport Sue Barker hosts the light-hearted sports quiz, with team captains Matt Dawson and Phil Tufnell. 11:05 Film 2013 Quentin Tarantino returns to the big screen with Django Unchained

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TWO Homes Under the Hammer 7:00 The Sheriffs are Coming 7:45 Cowboy Trap 8:15 Don’t Get Done, Get Dom 9:00 MasterChef: The Professionals 10:00 You’ve Been Scammed 10:30 See Hear 11:00 BBC News 11:30 The Daily Politics 1:00 Animal Park Ben Fogle and Kate Humble explore life behind the scenes at Longleat Estate and Safari Park. 1:30 Masters Snooker Two-time champion Mark Williams begins his campaign against fellow Welshman Matthew Stevens. 6:00 Eggheads 6:30 Great British Railway Journeys 7:00 The Polar Bear Family and Me Gordon Buchanan and the team return to Svalbard. 8:00 Winterwatch Live from their base in the Scottish Highlands, Chris Packham, Michaela Strachan and Martin Hughes-Games, reveal the winter survival strategies of the UK’s wildlife. 9:00 Funny Business Documentary revealing how top comedians can make a fortune from a wide range of corporate gigs, from after dinner speeches to TV commercials. 10:00 Mock the Week... Again Topical comedy. Dara O Briain and regulars Chris Addison, Hugh Dennis and Andy Parsons look back over the week’s events with guests Josh Widdicombe and Miles Jupp. 10:30 Newsnight 11:20 Masters Snooker Highlights Hazel Irvine introduces highlights from the evening’s match,. 12:10 Masters Snooker Extra

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Daybreak Lorraine The Jeremy Kyle Show This Morning Presented by Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby 11:25 ITV News 11:30 This Morning 12:30 Loose Women More lunchtime chat and fun with the girls. 1:30 ITV News and Weather 2:00 Storage Hoarders Aggie Mackenzie faces French resistance trying to convice goth Carole to declutter. 3:00 Dickinson’s Real Deal David Dickinson and the dealers are in Macclesfield. 4:00 Tipping Point 5:00 The Chase Four contestants must pit their wits against the Chaser, a ruthless quiz genius determined to stop them winning the prize cash. 6:00 London Tonight 6:30 ITV News and Weather 7:00 Emmerdale Alicia makes a difficult decision about her and David. Priya is branded a scarlet woman. 7:30 Coronation Street Will Kylie leave David heartbroken? Kevin is thrown by Tyrone’s proposition. 8:00 Midsomer Murders When a woman is crushed to death by a giant round New of cheese at the home of the world-famous Midsomer Blue, Barnaby and Jones are soon on the case. 10:00 ITV News & Weather 10:35 FA Cup Highlights Matt Smith presents highlights from tonight’s third round replay matches. 11:35 Safari Vet School In this episode, 16 students find out what they can do in the fight to save the rhino, which is being poached to extinction. 12:05 Jackpot247 Join the presenters live and play roulette on your telly.

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6:00 Milkshake 9:15 The Wright Stuff 11:10 Trisha 12:00 Looney Tunes 12:10 5 News Lunchtime 12:15 Celebrity Big Brother Catch up with the latest events inside the Celebrity Big Brother house. 1:15 Home and Away 1:45 Neighbours When Karl tells the hospital board about the ‘ghost’ file, Aidan breaks down. 2:15 CSI: Miami 3:15 Seventeen and Missing Mystic chiller. A psychic receives a series of visions when her teen daughter disappears in mysterious circumstances. 5:00 5 News at 5 5:30 Neighbours 6:00 Home and Away Casey and Sasha struggle to define their new relationship. 6:30 5 News 7:00 Ice Road Truckers A flat tyre and bent wheel rim puts Hugh temporarily out of action 8:00 Charley Boorman’s South African Adventure 9:00 Celebrity Big Brother Brian Dowling hosts all the drama and excitement from the Celebrity Big Brother house. 10:30 Celebrity Wedding Planner: TOWIE Special Kate and Marvin have dreams of a glamorous, sophisticated, vintagestyle ceremony. But TOWIE stars Amy Childs and Harry Derbidge only know one way of doing things. 11:30 Celebrity Big Brother’s Bit on the Side Emma Willis hosts a round-up of Big Brotherrelated news and debate. 12:30 Comedy Kings Noel Fielding unleashes his high-paced physical comedy on an unsuspecting Canadian crowd. 12:55 Super Casino Live interactive gaming featuring roulette, blackjack and autowheel.

Good Morning Sports Fans 8:00 T20 Cricket.The Big Bash The second semi-final of the KFC T20Big Bash League. 11:30 Cricket The second ODI between India and England. 1:30 Football Asia 2:00 Barclays Premier League Review 3:00 Revista de la Liga 4:00 Football Asia 4:30 Barclays Premier League Review 5:30 T20 Cricket. The Big Bash The second semi-final of the KFC T20 Big Bash League. 6:00 Hyundai A League 6:30 FIFA Futbol Mundial 7:00 Copa Del Rey Football The first leg of a Copa Del Rey quarter-final. 9:00 Copa Del Rey Football 11:00 Sporting Heroes 12:00 FIFA Futbol Mundial

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6:10 The Hoobs 7:00 Will and Grace 7:25 According to Jim The family celebrate Kyle and Andy’s birthday. 7:55 Everybody Loves Raymond 8:55 Frasier 10:00 Undercover Boss USA 11:00 A Place in the Sun 12:00 Channel 4 News Includes news headlines and weather. 12:05 Jamie’s 15 Minute Meals Today’s recipes are grilled steak, ratatouille and saffron rice. 12:35 Superscrimpers: Waste Not, Want Not 1:00 Passport to Pimlico 2:40 Countdown 3:30 Face the Clock 4:00 Deal or No Deal 5:00 Four in a Bed 5:30 Come Dine with Me 6:00 The Simpsons 6:30 Hollyoaks Jen offers an olive branch to Tilly, but is it too little, too late? 7:00 Channel 4 News Includes sport and weather. 7:55 4thought.tv 8:00 Gok’s Style Secrets Gok comes to the rescue of a 53 year-old single mum who’s been dateless for nearly two decades. 9:00 One Born Every Minute Two strong-willed firsttime mums give birth at Leeds General Infirmary. 10:00 True Stories The journey of pioneering British plastic surgeon Dr Mohammad Jawad as he goes back to Pakistan to aid the recovery of acid-attack victims. 11:10 Random Acts A film where everything is a conspiracy. 11:15 Embarrassing Fat Bodies In the Layers of Fat feature, the Embarrassing Bodies team lift the underbelly on fat. 12:15 Abbey Road Studios: In Session with VW Beetle

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The Jonathan Ross Show

ITV1 · Chat Show pm

17/01/13 10:35

one 6:00 Breakfast 9:15 Wanted Down Under 10:00 Homes Under the Hammer 11:00 The Sheriffs are Coming 11:45 Cowboy Trap 12:15 Bargain Hunt 1:00 BBC News at One 1:30 BBC London News The latest news, sport and weather from London. 1:45 Doctors Karen wonders if her goddaughter Sasha has the chutzpah to survive life at Letherbridge University. 2:10 Father Brown When Lady Felicia finds a stripped and injured man stuck up a tree, Sid is implicated as the perpetrator 3:00 Escape to the Country Jules Hudson joins a house buyer in search of a rural retreat in Gloucestershire. 3:45 Perfection Nick Knowles hosts the general knowledge quiz show. One thousand pounds 4:30 Antiques Road Trip 5:15 Pointless 6:00 BBC News at Six 6:30 BBC London News 7:00 The One Show 7:30 EastEnders With Ian’s words ringing in her ears, Dot is on a one-woman mission to save those around her. 7:57 BBC News and Regional News 8:00 Waterloo Road School-based drama. Imogen challenges Dynasty over her plan to get a boob job. 9:00 Silent Witness The case of two young women shot dead in a house basement forces Jack to lock horns with an old flame 10:00 BBC News at Ten 10:25 BBC London News 10:35 Question Time 11:35 This Week A political review of the week presented by Andrew Neil, with Michael Portillo and guests. 12:20 Skiing Weatherview

Jonathan’s guests include model Jerry Hall, Oscar and Grammy winning superstar Jamie Foxx.

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Daybreak Lorraine The Jeremy Kyle Show This Morning ITV News This Morning Loose Women More lunchtime chat and fun with the girls. 1:30 ITV News and Weather 2:00 Storage Hoarders 3:00 Dickinson’s Real Deal David Dickinson and a team of antiques dealers visit Enfield. 4:00 Tipping Point 5:00 The Chase Four contestants must pit their wits against the Chaser. 6:00 London Tonight 6:30 ITV News and Weather 7:00 Emmerdale Charity is worried by Debbie’s plan to use Dom to help her business. 7:30 Tonight 8:00 Emmerdale Debbie tries to assure Cain that she is in control when things go too far with Dom. 8:30 Nursing the Nation In Devon, Ellie and her team look after an eclectic group of patients in their own homes. 9:00 Inside Death Row with Trevor Mcdonald Trevor McDonald goes inside one of America’s most notorious maximum security prisons - Indiana State - where he comes face-to-face with 12 condemned men awaiting execution. 10:00 ITV News at Ten and Weather 10:35 The Jonathan Ross Show Jonathan’s guests include model Jerry Hall, Oscar and Grammy winning superstar Jamie Foxx. 11:45 The Late Debate Alastair Stewart discusses what has been going on in Westminster with a panel of London MPs. 12:10 Jackpot247 Join the presenters live and play roulette on your telly

6:10 The Hoobs 7:00 Will and Grace 7:25 According to Jim Jim is annoyed when his new DVD player stops working. 7:55 Everybody Loves Raymond 8:55 Frasier 10:00 Undercover Boss USA 11:00 A Place in the Sun House-hunts in and around Denia. 12:00 Channel 4 News 12:05 Jamie’s 15 Minute Meals Jamie rustles up pork steaks, Hungarian pepper sauce and rice. 12:35 Lover Come Back While Rock Hudson and Doris Day are best known for Pillow Talk, this Oscar-nominated romantic comedy is just as much fun. 2:40 Countdown 3:30 Face the Clock 4:00 Deal or No Deal 5:00 Four in a Bed The final B&B of the week is Satis House in Suffolk. 5:30 Come Dine with Me 6:00 The Simpsons 6:30 Hollyoaks A familiar figure is back and hears about recent events at the McQueens’ place. 7:00 Channel 4 News 7:55 4thought.tv 8:00 Location, Location, Location Helen Barr and Brian Clarence moved from Essex while awaiting the arrival of their first child. 9:00 The Restoration Man Dave and Margaret put their hearts into the restoration, with experienced amateur builder Dave even designing the new mill water wheel. 10:00 Rude Tube Alex Zane and his talking computer return for a brand new episode of Rude Tube. 11:05 The Undateables 34-year-old Samantha has it all - amazing friends, a beautiful home, and even a PhD in Psychology. The only thing eluding her is love. 12:05 Random Acts

6:00 Milkshake 9:15 The Wright Stuff 11:10 Trisha 12:00 Looney Tunes 12:10 5 News Lunchtime 12:15 Celebrity Big Brother Brian Dowling hosts all the drama and excitement from the Celebrity Big Brother house. 1:15 Home and Away 1:45 Neighbours Chris does his best to support Aidan, who is becoming more and more interested in going out. 2:15 The Mentalist 3:15 Accused at 17 A teenager is accused of murdering a classmate and claims that she was framed by her best friend. 5:00 5 News at 5 5:30 Neighbours 6:00 Home and Away While doing some physio, Dex takes a fall when Lisa is distracted by a phone call. 6:30 5 News 7:00 Benidorm ER The camera team goes on-shift with volunteer paramedic Jamie Williams, a holidaymaker is taken ill with with gastroenteritis and complications from diabetes. 8:00 Great Northern Cookbook Sean cooks lunch for a carriageful of local dignitaries on the Scarborough Flyer. 9:00 Celebrity Big Brother Catch up with the latest events inside the Celebrity Big Brother house. 10:00 Gareth Thomas - Coming Out: My Secret Past The former Welsh rugby star goes back to his roots to discover what effect his refusal to admit that he was gay had on others. 11:00 Celebrity Big Brother’s Bit on the Side Emma Willis hosts a round-up of Big Brotherrelated news and debate, with special guests. 12:00 Super Casino Live interactive gaming featuring roulette, blackjack and autowheel.

6:00 European Tour Golf 9:00 Inside the PGA Tour 9:30 FIFA Futbol Mundial 10:00 European Tour Golf Day one of the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship from the Abu Dhabi Golf Club. 1:00 Sporting Heroes Television presenter Gary Newbon interviews nine-time Olympic gold medallist Carl Lewis. 2:00 Hyundai A League All the latest news and highlights from the A-League. 2:30 Dubai Racing Carnival The 2013 Dubai World Cup Carnival continues at Meydan Racecourse. 6:30 Hyundai A League 7:00 Barclays Premier League World 7:30 European Rugby Newport Gwent Dragons take on London Wasps. 10:00 The Footballer’s Football Show 11:30 Road to Dreams 12:00 Ringside

2 6:00 Good Morning Sports Fans 9:00 Sporting Heroes 10:00 Copa Del Rey Football All the goals from tonight’s Copa Del Rey quarter-finals. 12:00 Transworld Sport 1:00 FIFA Futbol Mundial 1:30 Copa Del Rey Football All the goals from tonight’s Copa Del Rey quarter-finals. 3:30 Hyundai A League All the latest news and highlights from the A-League. 4:00 Sporting Heroes 5:00 NFL 6:00 Ringside 7:00 Sporting Heroes 8:00 NFL 9:00 Ringside 10:00 World Wrestling Entertainment Late Night Raw Michael Cole presents. 12:00 WWE NXT

Film 4 - Today’s highlights Double Jeopardy

9:00pm

Tense thriller about a woman convicted for her husband’s murder after she wakes covered in blood when he goes missing one night. After being imprisoned for six years she is freed on parole and, increasingly convinced that her husband is still alive.

The Insider

11:05pm

“60 Minutes” producer Lowell Bergman sniffs a story when a former research biologist for Brown & Williamson, Dr. Jeffrey Wigand, won’t talk to him. When the company leans hard on Wigand to honour a confidentiality agreement, he gets his back up.


The Last Leg

The Last Leg returns live with a joyful, off-beat take on the week.

one 6:00 Breakfast 9:15 Wanted Down Under 10:00 Homes Under the Hammer 11:00 The Sheriffs are Coming 11:45 Cowboy Trap 12:15 Bargain Hunt 1:00 BBC News at One 1:30 BBC London News 1:45 Doctors Jimmi is caught between medical ethics and legal boundaries when he tries to expose a live blood testing consultation. 2:10 Father Brown After Kalon’s wife is murdered, Father Brown must break his spell over Susie or risk losing her forever. 3:00 Escape to the Country Nicki Chaan charts her way around Dorset. 4:30 Antiques Road Trip 5:15 Pointless 6:00 BBC News at Six 6:30 BBC London News 7:00 The One Show 7:30 A Question of Sport 8:00 EastEnders Tanya is determined to find out what Max and Lauren are hiding. 8:30 Room 101 Greg Davies, Ben Fogle and Janet Street-Porter attempt to convince host Frank Skinner to consign their pet hates and worst nightmares to the depths of Room 101. 9:00 Silent Witness As the basement women case highlights two cooperating killers, Nikki, Jack and DI Reed realise one victim was killed by a controlled sedative. 10:00 BBC News at Ten 10:25 BBC London News 10:35 The Graham Norton Show Expect the unexpected as top celebrity guests join in the fun with Graham and his irrepressible audience. 11:20 Tropic Thunder A troupe of pampered Hollywood actors are shooting a Vietnam war epic when they are ambushed by a gang of local drug dealers. 1:00 Weatherview

Channel 4 · Comedy pm

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CITV ITV News The Jeremy Kyle Show Saturday Cookbook ITV News and Weather Murder, She Wrote My Tasty Travels with Lynda Bellingham 2:35 Dinner Date 3:35 River Monsters Extreme angler Jeremy Wade goes to extraordinary lengths in his mission to come face to race with real monsters of the river. 4:05 Garfield Jon Arbuckle buys a second pet, a dog named Odie. However, Odie is then abducted and it is up to Jon’s cat, Garfield, to find and rescue the canine. 5:30 Local News and Weather 5:45 ITV News and Weather 6:00 Totally You’ve Been Framed! 7:00 Splash! Hosted by Vernon Kay and Gabby Logan, five famous faces take to the boards after training with Olympic Medallist Tom Daley but who will rise to the occasion leaving the audience in awe, and who will splash down belly first? 8:30 Take Me Out Tonight the Love Lift‘s offerings include Stephen, an accountant from Suffolk, Callum , a Mixologist from Reading, Darren, a sales assistant from Newcastle and Adam, a Historian from Windsor. 9:45 The Jonathan Ross Show 10:45 ITV News at Ten and Weather 11:00 The Game Nicholas Van Orton, a selfish, self-obsessed investment banker, is presented him with an unusual present from his younger brother - a gift certificate from a specialised company claiming to devise devilish games for its wealthy clients. 1:20 The Store

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6:00 Milkshake 10:00 Power Rangers Super Samurai 10:35 Batman - The Brave and the Bold 11:05 Celebrity Big Brother Brian Dowling hosts all the drama and excitement from the Celebrity Big Brother house as a housemate is evicted. Who will go? 12:00 The All New Gadget Show 1:05 Mister Roberts Comedy-drama about life on a not particularly important ship of the US Navy during WW2. 3:25 Operation Crossbow Allied agents attempt to infiltrate the Nazis’ rocket research site. 5:45 Operation Daybreak In 1942 Czechoslovakia, SS-General Reinhard Heydrich is appointed to become the Reich Protector of Bohemia and Moravia. The terror and oppression that follow cause Allied authorities in London to authorize a secret mission to kill the man who has come to be known as “The Butcher of Prague”. 7:50 5 News 7:55 NCIS When one marine is killed and another seriously wounded outside a bar, the NCIS finds the injured marine was the target of the attack. 8:50 NCIS The team hunts a taunting serial killer when a body is found with a note which leads to a website showing how a previous victim was killed. 9:45 Celebrity Big Brother Catch up with the latest events inside the Celebrity Big Brother house. These exclusive highlights include all the action, arguments, couplings, friendships and conversations in the diary room. 10:45 Celebrity Big Brother’s Bit on the Side 11:45 Comedy Kings - Best of Just for Laughs 12:15 Super Casino

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Preview None but the Lonely Heart Life in a Cottage Garden A to Z of TV Gardening Saturday Kitchen Best Bites The Little Paris Kitchen: Cooking with Rachel Khoo Croydon-born cook and food writer Rachel Khoo demonstrates her imaginative flair for the cuisine of Paris. EastEnders Omnibus A round-up of the week’s events from Albert Square. Snooker Coverage and reaction from the latest Snooker event taking place. Ski Sunday Coverage of winter sports events. Flog It! Antiques show which helps amateur auctioneers, collectors and bargain-hunters make a saving. Orbit: Earth’s Extraordinary Journey Fawlty Towers+ Don’t mention the youknow-what! Even if they did start it... Come take a break at the Torquay hotel run by disaster-prone prude Basil and his gratingly-voiced wife, Sybil. Snooker Coverage and reaction from the latest Snooker event taking place. There Will be Blood Ruthless silver miner, turned oil prospector, Daniel Plainview moves to oil-rich California. Using his adopted son HW to project a trustworthy, family-man image, Plainview cons local landowners into selling him their valuable properties for a pittance. Holby City Popular hospital drama centering on the busy working and social lives of the doctors, nurses and patients in the frantic wards of Holby City General Hospital.

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The Hoobs Will and Grace Everybody Loves Raymond 8:25 Frasier 9:30 Sunday Brunch Harry Hill is the guest on today’s show with Tim Lovejoy and Simon Rimmer. 12:10 The Big Bang Theory 1:05 The Simpsons 2:05 Speed 2: Cruise Control Sandra Bullock returns alongside director Jan de Bont for this sequel. Annie and her boyfriend Alex take a romantic cruise to the Caribbean, but also aboard the cruise liner are a gathering of diamond merchants, and arch-villain John Geiger, who intends to steal their merchandise. 4:25 Deal or No Deal 5:25 Time Team 6:25 Channel 4 News 6:55 4thought.tv Highly personal short films, reflecting on a broad range of religious and ethical issues. 7:00 Come Dine with Me 8:00 The Hotel The Grosvenor bares all at what should be the hottest money-spinning event of the season: Ladies’ Night. But with only two days to go manager Mark and events manager Christian are still on the hunt for the star turn: strippers! 9:00 It’s Complicated Meryl Streep, Steve Martin and Alec Baldwin star in this romcom from Nancy Meyers, director of What Women Want and Something’s Gotta Give. Jane Adler is the proprietor of a thriving bakery in a moneyed town in southern California. 11:20 Rude Tube Another chance to see this New Year special as Alex Zane introduces 100 of the web’s very best clips. 1:10 Buffy the Vampire Slayer

6:00 Milkshake 10:00 Power Rangers Samurai 10:35 Batman - The Brave and the Bold 11:10 Celebrity Big Brother 12:10 Once Upon a Time Fantasy drama. Ruby suddenly disappears after being seen with a mysterious man. The story of Red Riding Hood is revealed. 1:10 Charley Boorman’s South African Adventure 2:05 Loch Ness American zoologist Jonathan falls for Scottish hotel owner Laura while trying to disprove the existence of the Loch Ness monster. He also discovers that the legend is bigger than mere science. 3:55 Daddy Day Care Family comedy in which two men are made redundant and have to become stay-at-home dads when they cannot find jobs. This inspires them to open their own day-care centre where they employ some unconventional methods to look after the children. 5:45 Pearl Harbour Pearl Harbor follows the story of two best friends, Rafe and Danny, and their love lives as they go off to join the war. 8:55 5 News 9:00 Celebrity Big Brother Catch up with the latest events inside the Celebrity Big Brother house. These exclusive highlights include all the action, arguments, couplings, friendships and conversations in the diary room. 10:00 Celebrity Big Brother’s Bit on the Side 11:00 The House Bunny When Shelly, a Playboy bunny, is tossed out of the mansion, she has nowhere to go until she falls in with the sorority girls from Zeta Alpha Zeta. 12:50 Comedy Kings - Best of Just for Laughs 1:15 Super Casino Live interactive gaming featuring roulette, blackjack and autowheel

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Die Krise als Chance

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Brisant war die Situation durch die Nähe des Brandes zu einer Tankstelle und der Fabrik fĂźr FeuerwerkskĂśrper der GebrĂźder Toste. GlĂźcklicherweise wehte der Wind die Flammen in die entgegengesetzte Richtung. „Die Verantwortung fĂźr dieses Feuer trägt die Kanarenregierung, die fĂźr die Ăœberlandleitungen verantwortlich ist. Wir hatten schon am Nachmittag um das Abschalten einer Leitung gebeten, gegen die der Wipfel einer Pinie immer wieder schlug. Wir hatten Funken beobachtet und befĂźrchtefeuer in los realejos ten genau das Szenario, das wir dann am Abend erlebten. Das In den frĂźhen Abendstunden Kabel war abgerissen und hatte des Dienstag, 30. November, s ein Feuer ausgelĂśst. Am Anfang sorgte ein plĂśtzlich auflodernde konnte die Feuerwehr noch nicht Feuer fĂźr Aufregung. Unterhalb einmal lĂśschen, weil das Kabel der Baumgrenze, bei La Azaimmer noch unter Strom stand. dilla, schossen plĂśtzlich FlamDa hat jemand seine Hausaufgamen in den Nachthimmel und ben nicht gemacht und das muss schlugen sich, mit Hilfe der hefKonsequenzen haben“, forderte tigen SturmbĂśen, eine schnelle der BĂźrgermeister von Los RealeSchneise in das unzugängliche jos, Manuel DomĂ­nguez, in einer in Gelände. Rund 20 Menschen ersten Stellungnahme. wurden den umliegenden Weilern Fortsetzung auf Seite 3 evakuiert. Ăźber Nacht vorsorglich

18.11.2012 19:15

actionkomĂśdie

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richtig!“

Gespenstisches Unwetterszenario

im Orotava-Tal.

umgestßrzte Bäume, geknickte Verkehrsschilder und allerlei Einzelteile, die der Wind von Fassaden, Gärten und Balkonen gefegt hatte, von den stßrmischen Stunden. Schon am Dienstagmittag kam es zu Stromausfällen, die zeitweise 20.000 Menschen

von der Elektrizitätsversorgung abschnitten. Manche Betriebe schlossen und schickten die Mitarbeiter nach Hause. In Puerto de la Cruz bot sich in der Stadt ein ähnliches verwßstetes Bild. In der Nähe des Hafens wurde ein Mann von Splittern einer zerbor-

stenen Fensterscheibe verletzt. Der Loro Parque entschied sich, seine Besucher vorsichtshalber nach Hause zu schicken. In einer Schule an der Punta Brava landete eine Metallkonstruktion im Innenhof und zahlreiche Stände, die bereits fßr die Fiesta de San

ruf an + spar !

20.11.2012 19:15

New Moon – Bis zur Mittagsstunde

X-Men Origins: Wolverine Fantasyfilm, USA 2009. nach dem tod seiner freundin und gezeichnet vom krieg, entschlieĂ&#x;t sich logan zu einer teilnahme an einem geheimen experiment. Hierbei wird sein skelett mit adamantium durchzogen. nun ist der kämpfer zwar nahezu unverwundbar, jedoch wird auch sein Gedächtnis und somit sämtliche erinnerungen ausradiert. auf dem Weg zur selbstfindung, zeigt der oft unnahbare draufgänger auch seine emotionale seite. die GefĂźhle machen Wolverine angreifbar und katapultieren ihn immer mehr in einen kampf, den nur einer gewinnen kann... O Mit Hugh Jackman, Ryan Reynolds und Liev Schreiber

The Missing Western, USA 2002. der fährtensucher samuel Jones will sich mit seiner tochter maggie aussÜhnen, 20 Jahre, nachdem er seine familie verlassen hat, um bei den apachen zu leben. maggie

erste

jedoch will von ihm nie wieder etwas wissen, da sie ihn fßr den frßhen tod der mutter verantwortlich macht. dann wird aber ihre älteste tochter vom psychopathischen schamanen el Brujo entfßhrt, und sie muss sam not-

gedrungen um Hilfe bitten, el Brujos spur in der Wildnis zu finden. ein Wettlauf gegen die Zeit beginnt. O Mit Tommy Lee Jones, Cate Blanchett und Val Kilmer

auf den Kanarischen Inseln

21.11.2012 19:15

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Mit geradem RĂźcken

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AndrÊs aufgebaut waren, wurden zerstÜrt. Stromausfälle und vom Winde verwehte Pflanzenteile oder Stadtmobiliar gab es auch im Sßden der Insel, in Adeje und San Miguel de Abona, zu beklagen. In den Gemeinden de La Guancha, La Orotova, Buenavista del Norte, Puerto de la Cruz, Los Silos, Garachico, San Juan de la Rambla, Los Realejos, Icod de los Vinos, Santiago del Teide und Guía de Isora fiel am Mittwoch die Schule aus.

Der Oktober endete mit einer stĂźrmischen Unwetterfront, die Ăźber den Archipel hinweg zog. Der lang ersehnte Regen, der die Natur endlich von der Trockenheit erlĂśste, kam. Das aber nach dem Motto: „Wenn, dann Das staatliche Wetteramt hatte gewarnt und die Alarmstufe Orange fĂźr StĂźrme mit Windgeschwindigkeiten von bis zu 100 Stundenkilometern und Gelb fĂźr Niederschlagsmengen von bis zu 60 Litern pro Quadratmeter in zwĂślf Stunden ausgelĂśst. Besonders betroffen waren die Westund NordkĂźsten der Inseln. Auf Teneriffa stĂźrzte in Icod de los Vinos eine Pinie Ăźber die StraĂ&#x;e nach Cueva del Viento und mitten in der Innenstadt krachte die Holzbalustrade eines Balkons auf die HauptgeschäftsstraĂ&#x;e San AgustĂ­n. In La Orotava flog an der Grundschule Colegio Santo TomĂĄs de Aquino ein Teil des Daches davon. In der ganzen Stadt zeugten abgerissene Ă„ste,

Fernsehprogramm fĂźr deutschsprachige Sender vox

Nachts im Museum

RADIO

regen und aufregung durch ersten Herbststurm

ĐĄĐżĐ°Ń Đ°Ń‚ĐľĐťĐ¸ ŃƒĐłŃ€ĐžĐˇŃƒ пНŃ?ĐśĐ¸Ń Ń‚Đ°Đ˛Ń?Ń‚ пОд арОны

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tHriller

Samstag, 10.11.2012, 19:15

Die Chroniken von Narnia:

Prinz Kaspian von Narnia Fantasyfilm, USA/GB 2008. auf magische Weise sind die Pevensie-Geschwister in die sagenhafte Welt narnia zurĂźckgekehrt. Zwischenzeitlich sind 1300 Jahre vergangen. das Goldene Zeitalter ist erloschen, das reich wurde von den telmarines erobert und der bĂśse kĂśnig miroz hat die Herrschaft Ăźbernommen. Gemeinsam mit narnias rechtmäĂ&#x;igem thronfolger, dem Prinzen kaspian, nehmen die vier Geschwister und die

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Great Houses with Julian Fellowes

Julian Fellowes takes us on a journey to discover the real people behind two of Britain ’s most incredible houses.

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one 6:00 Breakfast 9:15 Wanted Down Under 10:00 Homes Under the Hammer Property experts visit three properties before they go up for auction. 10:58 BBC News & Weather 11:00 The Sheriffs are Coming 11:45 Cowboy Trap 12:13 BBC News & Weather 12:15 Bargain Hunt Game show in which two teams compete for the best bargains before they go up for auction. 1:00 BBC News 1:30 Regional News 1:45 Doctors 2:15 Father Brown Lady Margaret takes a drunken call from Daniel– ‘she’ll pay for what she did…’ The next day Father Brown finds Daniel lying outside the church – he needs to know why Lady Margaret accelerated towards his dad, running him over. 3:00 Escape to the Country Series which helps prospective buyers find their dream home in the country. 3:45 Perfection 4:30 Antiques Road Trip 5:15 Pointless 6:00 BBC News 6:30 Regional News 7:00 The One Show 8:00 Food Inspectors 9:00 Africa Southern Africa is a riot of life and colour, but without the two great ocean currents that sweep around and shape the continent’s Great Cape, it would be a desert. 10:00 BBC News 10:25 Regional News 10:30 Weather 10:35 A Question of Sport 11:05 The League Cup Show All the latest action from the the League Cup. 11:50 Film 2013 12:25 Cabaret Bob Fosse’s award-winning musical, set in 1930s Berlin.

The National Television Awards

Hosted by Dermot O’Leary, the night honours some of the biggest stars of the small screen.

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Eddie Marsan stars as Richard, a thirtysomething sales assistant whose wife Cath has left him for their son’s PE teacher Gary. And the reason she’s left is Richard’s weekend pastime: he’s obsessed with historical battle re-enactment, spending his spare time charging through woodlands dressed as a Viking.

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Lola visits Phil in the hope of spending some extra time with Lexi but she is horrified when she hears what Phil has to tell her.

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El Camisón 247.56m2, very quiet, close to the park and Hospiten, triplex and private garage with electric doors. Three bedroom with three complete bathrooms. Independent kitchen, dining room with air conditioning, terrace with awning and BBQ. Independent water tank (750 litres). New electrical system. Own satellite system and community TV.

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325sqm, 15 rooms, indoor pool, car port, extra wooden house (22sqm) in the garden, patio with bar, billiards, TV, washhouse with machine and dryer, 440sqm grounds, perfect for private club or small pension. www.draguito-teneriffa.de Tel. (0034) 609 504 380

3 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom, front and back garden, community pool. €455,000 Tel. 629 244 958

Land 400 m 2, built 230 m 2, three bed, two bath, barbecue and wood burning stove, pool, garage for two cars, patio with planters, kitchen with pantry, fireplace, wood fitted ceilings, fitted wardrobes. €398,000. Contact José Guadalupe Mobile 676 399 652 josejguadalupe@gmail.com

Great opportunity new apartment in Llano del Camello 82 m2 + 40 m2 terrace + parking place. 3 bedrooms, 2 fitted bathrooms. Furnished, excellent natural light. Fully equipped kitchen. Penthouse with only one neighbour, second floor, lift. Price negotiable €165,000

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Wooden house for sale in Arafo (La Hidalga) Terrain 1520m, 2 floors, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms (one with bath and one with shower), kitchen, living room, upper parquet floor with tiles, quiet location with fabulous sea-Mountain views. Good connection south motorway. Negotiable price.

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Smallholding: 3,000m with 350m2 property In Playa de La Tejita (El Médano). With permission to construct a further 20 per cent, practically on the beach front of the Playa de La Tejita (El Médano). Unique opportunity in Tenerife. Price was €250,000, now €170,000 due to transfer. Tel: 629 244 958

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Urb. Oasis Dakota, Playa Fañabé 3 bed semi detached, toilet, complete bathroom, separate kitchen, totally equipped, furnished, 35m2 terrace, secure access to pool, infant park, good views, beside commercial centres, 800m from Playa Fañabé, community fees 30€/month,

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REF: SPV2-0131 – REDUCED BY €200,000!! 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms. Nr. El Médano. Constructed 110m2 on a plot of 42,869m2 + garage. Situated in an elevated position with superb 360º views. Comes fully furnished and fully equipped kitchen, BBQ, Bar. Plenty of scope for extending! VIEWING HIGHLY RECOMENDED! Two options available for purchase: 1. Villa + 42,869m 2 of land for – 520,000 Euros 2. Villa + 15,000m 2 of land for - 395,000 Euros

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REF: SPA1-0117 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, + private parking space. Los Seres, Los Cristianos. Constructed 47m2 + 10m2 terrace. 149,500 Euros

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LOCAL FOR RENT - ADEJE The Local is on the first floor facing the road, giving the advantage that yoursign can be seen from the main road and the TF1 Motorway. It also has sea views. The area of Adeje is a very busy commercial area which has grown in importance due to it's strategic location and the extention of the TF1 motorway. Local size:- 110m2. Balcony size: 8m2. Separate kitchen area with a fridge 2 Daikin Air-conditioning units 1 Toilet with sink 2 entrances (double and single doors). All mains services are connected. The local is currently subdivided into offices. RENT: €1,200 PER MONTH + IGIC

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ou don’t need much room, or even a lot of money, to install a pond in your garden or patio, and you can even fit one on a balcony. A water feature will change the feel of any area, bringing it alive and providing endless hours of enjoyment and relaxation, and it needn’t be a grand affair: it’s the sight and sound of water that counts. Even a small one can help turn your outside area into something special by providing a focal point, as well as attracting birds with their amusing escapades and wonderful song. A large, elaborate pond is always impressive, but a simple bowl with gently moving water may be more appropriate for the space you have. Either which way, you can reap the benefits. First of all decide if you want your water feature to be a complement to, or a focal point of, the space you have available: this will give you an idea of the size and style to aim for. Next have a good look around at what is on offer in stores, as well as looking for ideas on the internet or in one of the many books on the subject. Apart from size, the two main choices are between

Grow your own

Canary Island

date palm One of the archipelago’s most recognised symbols is the indigenous palm tree Phoenix canariensis. Known as the Canary Island date palm it belongs to the Arecaceae palm family and is a relative of Phoenix dactylifera, the true date palm.

an in-ground pond and a higher than ground level one. For the former you need to be able to excavate a hole, but high level ones can go anywhere. A pond in the ground will look more natural, but higher ones suit smaller spaces and bring the water closer to eye level. Choosing the spot for a ground level pond is vital: avoid high spots and, for aesthetics, places where a natural pond would be unlikely to form. Also avoid low lying areas that gather water so your pond doesn’t become flooded during rains. You then need to choose a lining. Professionals can install a concrete inner or you can use a flexible synthetic

The sight and sound of water can be very relaxing rubber liner, which is the preferred option for most people. Alternatively, rigid fiberglass or plastic shells are durable, easy to install, and can also be used for aboveground ponds. You can even use clay, plastic and ceramic pots: your pond can be as small or as large as you wish.

Ideally the water needs to circulate so you will need to buy a pump and install it, but it’s not difficult, they aren’t too expensive, and many of them come with spray heads which will create a fountain effect. Pond plants can be bought from pet shops that sell fish and they not only look great, but keep your pool healthy. Decorate the edges of the pond with rocks, stones, shells or anything you like: let your imagination run wild. Though, of course, the beauty and artistry of water features doesn’t merely captivate the eye, it also enchants the ear, and the sound of running water is recognised as a therapeutic stress reliever, so sit back, enjoy and relax.

The tall, majestic trees can be seen lining the sides of roads, gracing mountain slopes and featuring in parks and green areas all around the islands. They have thick trunks and large, leathery, deep green, gracefully arching fronds that form a dense crown. Once mature, they produce bunches of cream, bowl-shaped flowers, followed by small, black fruit. For many people these wondrous plants represent the essence of life on a subtropical island and there is something luxurious about having one in the garden. However, popular as they are, there are several things to take into account before deciding if they are the tree for you. For instance, they are not the easiest plants to grow, though well worth the effort, and you will be adding to the islands’ native flora, rather than introducing new plants, which is always a worthwhile consideration. The Canary Island date palm needs a well-drained, light, soil to flourish, as well as plenty of sunshine. Thus

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REF: SPV4-0109 • LUXURY SEMIDETACHED VILLA Fañabé. 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, cloakroom + integral garage - private pool. Includes a 1 bedroom apartment below the main house. Constructed 212m2 internal - with 185m2 distributed through garden and terraces (Plot 251m2 approx.) 498,000 Euros - SUPERB BARGAIN!!

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REF: SPA2-0078 - BARGAIN 2 bedrooms, 2 bathroom. Chayofa Park, Chayofa, (3km. Los Cristianos) Constructed 83m2 + 37m2 Terrace Good family accomodation, small private complex of only 36 apartments. 199,500 Euros

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they will not tolerate clay soils or full shade. However, they suit most other areas and are perfect for the south or west side of houses in the hotter regions of the islands, where the amount of intense sunlight can be overpowering for many plants. If it is planted in the ground it can grow to around 20 metres tall with a 10 metre leaf spread, so you need to give it plenty of room. In fact, if you are intending to plant it in the garden, you need to think carefully as their roots spread far and wide and have been the cause of much damage to houses and pipe work before now. You can’t just kill them off once you notice this happening either - Phoenix canariensis is a protected plant and you need official permission before removing one from the ground.

Alternatively, they do well for many years in a large container. They can only be grown from seed and it is often easier to buy a small one that is already established from a garden centre. In a pot they are unlikely to grow much higher than three metres, and can thus be accommodated in most gardens, making a delightfully exotic addition to any area.

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A s d a d o r e s L a V i l l a / la o r tota v a

Cheap and cheerful

And now for something a little different!

By John

W

e went along to a new restaurant called Asdadores La Villa just after it had opened, following a gestation period which could be likened to that of an elephant. The place is situated on the top corner by the roundabout at the back of the La Villa/El Trompo, Alcampo complex, technically in La Orotava. Most conveniently for its future profit margins, it is almost directly opposite to the exit from the cinemas. The business has taken over the old premises occupied for so long by a VW dealership. We had no idea what to expect as we broached its portal. It is not a grand and fancy place, but geared towards providing a straightforward meal with attentive

service at prices that will not even begin to dent your wallet. A bit like McDonalds, but with proper food. A small terrace leads you into the premises, where there is a display of ice creams, hard by a couple of huge Wendy huts. So one may deduce a certain child friendliness. Then there are lots of tables (I counted over 30) neatly laid in serried ranks, which are attended by smart waiters and waitresses all clad in black with bottle green pinnies, and, without exception, smiling a welcome. There is a bar to one side, and the fact that it all used to be a car showroom has been reasonably camouflaged, had one not known. A couple of well sited full grown trees would have not gone amiss though. Choices for starters range

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zier with a smile and a flourish. If you have room you can finish off with one of their desserts or an ice cream. The staff members have clearly been trained to a good standard because they all have eyes everywhere and they are always on the go, and so the service is swift. It is just the place for a simple uncomplicated lunch or dinner, especially if you are short of time and do not want to make a meal of it, as it were. And the prices? Well, the two of us had bread, water,

from garbanzas (chick pea stew), fabada (butter bean casserole with chorizo and pork chunks), croquettas, various salads, soup of the day and the like. We started with the fabada and pronounced it very tasty. We

followed that with plates of chicken (it came as half a bird per person on the plate) and chips with a nice dish of mixed salad. Whoever cooked our chicken halves knew how to do it properly. They were perfectly finished,

moist, juicy, tender and well seasoned. Other options for main courses are pork chops with chips and a salad garnish, pork steaks, and steak. Helpings are reasonable and arrive speedily from the bra-

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fabada, chicken and chips, and a separate mixed salad, followed by coffee. The bill for two was €13.20 which is only just a shade over a tenner in sterling. Half a chicken with chips and salad was just €3.25. You really can’t say fairer than that, can you?

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Masía del Mar  By Ana Ruiloba 

Dear friends

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his time I had the pleasure of visiting a family that is muchloved in the south of Tenerife, unsurprisingly as they have been delighting their customers with their excellent cuisine for 30 years. I’m talking about the Cabrera-Vidal family, the owners of La Masía del Mar restaurant in La Caleta de Adeje, Costa Adeje. Don Eusebio Cabrera, the chef and patriarch of the establishment, was born in Arona and trained in Germany, Switzerland and Catalonia. He began in Los Cristianos in the famous restaurant La Escala, dedicated to international cuisine, where his work was rewarded with two Michelin Stars. It was very popular and often frequented by artists and well known personalities. Later, he opened El Mesón de Orgaz in Pueblo Canario, following the same high quality line. In his spare time, he used to fish with his family in the then little-known corner of Adeje known as La Caleta, where one Christmas he surprised his wife, Doña Josefina Vidal,

with an extraordinary gift: an old sixteenth century building, a local agricultural products warehouse, sited on the edge of the sea. Its thick walls of rough white stone from southern quarries would house their new restaurant. La Masía del Mar opened in 1982 with a new team of chefs, led by head chef Peter Chinea, each of which had been taught by ‘maestro’ Cabrera. Specialising in seafood, to begin with they bought all their prime materials from local fishermen, until the tourist boom in the area forced them to find new fishing grounds off the African coast where they could source the fresh fish they needed.

Today, Eusabio’s young son Victor is a fishing boat skipper aboard the Nuevo Planamar and helps to fill their fish display cases. During his last trip their nets caught 70 tons of Atlantic bluefin tuna, albacores, and several smaller fish. Fresh fish and shellfish are the foundation of their cuisine and El Piscis, La Calleja and El Caldero add to the family offer of restaurants in the area. The specialties of this seafood menu are: Fish Soup and Bouillabaisse, Fried Squid, baby squid and croquettes etc. Finely chopped fresh vegetables mixed with tuna or octopus, prawns in garlic sauce, clams and mussels in sauce,

giant prawns, oysters, lobster, grilled and casseroled fish and shellfish, rices and paella. The dessert menu includes Crema Catalana, ice cream with strawberries or pineapple, and delicious cakes. All can be taken with any of a fine

selection of wines which are ser ved acclimatized to their ideal temperature. Albariños and Ribeiros de Galicia, Verdejos and Sauvignons from Rueda, Chardonnay from Penedes, Viura from Rioja, are all present in a long list of wines where white is the star. They also offer a selection of red wines, Cava and Champagne. They have live shellfish tanks, to ensure optimum freshness. Good service and a nice terrace with magnificent sea views and at night clever lighting makes

it elegant and cosy. The charming Maitre Marivi Sanz and her husband Eduardo Cabrera, eldest son and the restaurant manager, complete this great 100 per cent family business. And don’t forget, after the feast, ask for the services of Don Ramón Bustillo, chief barman and cocktail teacher. You won’t be sorry! I wish you a wonderful meal on the seafront. Cheers and speak to you soon.


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Dear Dr. De La Flor Dear Dr De La Flor,

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I believe I suf fer from Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). What would you suggest to at least alleviate this troublesome problem? Cheers, John

Best wishes.

Dear John, Troublesome and frustrating are both excellent terms to define your condition. My first piece of advice will be confirm the certainty of the diagnosis. IBS or Spastic Colon can be diagnosed based on symptoms. In most cases, only minimal tests are needed. Tests may include: Medical history and physical examination; A blood test for celiac disease (especially if diarrhoea is your key symptom), complete blood count and sedimentation rate, which checks for levels of inflammation in the body; Stool analysis. Thyroid function tests and imaging tests, such as colonoscopy, are occasionally done. IBS is a long-term (chronic) but manageable condition. Treatment will depend on the types of symptoms you have and their severity, as well as how they affect your daily life, and will likely involve changes to your lifestyle It is essential that you have

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a close working relationship with your GP to monitor your symptoms and identify changes in your diet and lifestyle that can help relieve the symptoms. Keeping a journal of your symptoms can help you identify triggers. Make sure he/she helps you create an all-encompassing, holistic treatment plan that will meet your needs. The average fiveminute consultation offered by some doctors out there is, to put it bluntly, a joke. No single type of treatment for irritable bowel syndrome works best for everyone. It will be necessary for you to adapt your lifestyle to best deal with your symptoms and still carry on with your daily

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COACHING CORNER by Dr. De La Flor Your actions, your words, and all your circumstances (and mine) can and should be elevated to a higher level. No matter how insignificant you think you or your situation may be, I’m here to tell you (boldly) that you are damn wrong. When you and I perform all our menial tasks with a supernatural outlook, our health reaches new heights. For you and I, there’s no menial tasks, no minutia, no irrelevant actions. Whether you’re changing nappies, serving a meal, selling a property, treating with love a patient on the wards, trying to find a job, refurbishing an apartment, closing a sale,

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drug or alcohol addiction. The report, by the Neuropsychiatry Association and the regional Federation of Associations for people suffering from mental illness and their families, was presented to the government under the heading Mental health without direction: We need a change.

In a recent article in the Canarias 7 newspaper, island health workers lamented the state of the Mental health services in the archipelago. The group of professionals has lodged their complaints with the Canarian government, stating that the quality and number of services available, “has regressed to the same situation as in the 1980s when Mental Health was the ‘Cinderella’ of public health.” According to the article, the president of the Canarian Neuropsychiatry Association, Francisco Rodríguez, stated that a lack of investment, a clearly defined working model, and the disparity of services mean that, “the islands population is being put into a situation of vul-

nerability.” Mental health problems are the fifth major illness in the archipelago and incidences are expected to rise as the financial crisis continues and more people suffer from depressive episodes or

As well as the protests regarding the reduction in services during the last few years, the report even suggested that the present directors of the mental health services should be dismissed. But possibly the most worrying part is those warnings from professionals on the scene that to continue reducing services, at exactly the same time as the number of people suffering mental health issues is rising, may be a time-bomb waiting to go off.

Excluded and included Some foreigners who recently lost their automatic right to health care may be eligible once again under the new system recently introduced by the Canarian Health Service. The programme is aimed at those who have been living unofficially in the Islands and are not registered as being resident. Amongst other requisites, petitioners must be able to prove that they have lived here for more than one year, and that their income is less than €532 per month. Some sections of society are already covered under a Special Circumstances clause which vows to

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New Yes Year, new you you can!

is a long term change in eating habits, so a little treat every now and again won’t hurt and certainly isn’t a reason to feel guilty or beaten.

Smoke free

Tried to give up smoking but already back on the dreadful weed? Again, don’t be disheartened. It doesn’t matter that you didn’t manage it this time: most smokers make several efforts before they actually achieve it. If you are really serious though it may be time to get professional help.

Tidy and timely

The parties are over, you’ve hopefully had a great time, and no doubt many of you looked ahead at the coming year and made a resolution to change some aspect of your life. The beginning of a new year seems like the perfect time to make changes, but is it? After the fun and festivity is over, returning to work and the day to day responsibilities of life can be a hard bump back down to Earth. Just coping with that is enough for most people, but add to that an attempt to make a sudden and drastic change to our behaviour and for many people it is a recipe for disaster. Did you know that up to three quarters of people who make a resolution are already wavering by the middle of January? If that’s you, don’t worry, you don’t have to fail. The key is to not give up: it doesn’t matter if you only lasted a week and then if it takes you another few weeks to get back into it. Just Reward yourself with a soothing massage

pick up where you left off and keep heading in the right direction: never lose sight of your goal and always believe in yourself. You can make your resolutions work.

Lighter life Started a drastic diet, but already nibbling on those forbidden foods? Go easy on yourself and don’t be too extreme: most crash dieters fail miserably and usually end up putting the weight straight back on again anyway. The best way is to lose weight slowly. Make sure you set yourself reasonable goals: depending on your starting weight, a weight loss of up to one kilo a week is the safest and healthiest way to slim. It is also the best way to ensure that you keep the weight off. So don’t worry if you slip every now and again, don’t beat yourself up about it and don’t give in: what you should really be aiming for

Promised yourself you will be more organised, yet things are already getting in a tangle? Don’t worry: sit down, take a deep breath and grab a piece of paper. Try and find the root of the problem and look at literal ways you can reorganise your time and the way you do things. For instance, if the house is always a mess it could simply be lack of storage that is the problem. Or maybe you are being taken for granted and need to look at delegating certain jobs to others. Alternatively, if you always seem to be late for everything, how about getting up 15 minutes earlier or putting your watch forward by 10

Book some time for yourself in your diary


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you can’t change overnight. Whilst some problems are most definitely real and substantial, many we create ourselves by habitual negative thoughts, and to change these patterns the mind has to be retrained, just like any other part of our organism. Little by little you can change your outlook, but it will take time, perseverance and dedication. Again, try and workout what is exactly the root of the problem. You may simply need a little ‘me time’ to relax. Try booking it in your diary: treat the things that make you happy in life as at least as important as work and family commitments – put time to one side for yourself and stick to it. If you can’t pinpoint a reason, but generally feel stressed, then Yoga, Tai Chi, aromatherapy, massage or any of the many disciplines aimed at helping you calm the mind will be an aid, and there are plenty of self help books out there, but if you are really stuck you may need help. There is nothing to be ashamed

You can do it

Tai Chi is one way of learning to relax minutes - many people swear by this. Introduce small, practical differences one by one and you’ll soon be feeling more in control again.

Social butterfly Dream of being more sociable, but losing your nerve already? One of the hardest things can be to go out there on your own and talk to strangers. However, joining a club for people with similar interests can be a big help as you instantly have common ground to build on. Doing charity work can also be a great place to start: you can make new

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of in this, as we all need support at one time or another, so don’t be frightened or embarrassed. Learning to be positive and calm is the same as learning any other skill – a good teacher can make the process much easier.

friends, build your self esteem, and benefit others at the same time – a winning combination.

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Something major need changing but you don’t know where to begin? You don’t have to take drastic action to make a difference. First take a good long look at what you would like to achieve over the coming year, then write a list of the various ways you can take small steps towards altering your present circumstances. For example, if you are having relationship problems the first thing to try is talking to your partner. If every conversation blows up into an argument look at other ways of communicating. For instance, writing a letter or email can be a great way to explain yourself without heated emotions getting in the way, and can also help you realise exactly how you feel before jumping in with both feet.

Promised yourself and the rest of the world that you’d be less grumpy, but have already managed to snap and snarl your way through the days? Don’t be disappointed and angry at yourself as it will just give you something else to be cranky about. Instead, relax, take a deep breath and start again. There is no longer any doubt that a positive attitude helps us live a better and happier life, and possibly a longer one too, as the negative effects of stress on health are well documented, but

If it’s work that’s bothering you and you feel you need a different job don’t be disheartened by the current financial situation. Instead spend some time sorting out your CV or finding a course that will help you get that dream job. You may not find it immediately, but knowing that you are doing something positive towards change will help you deal with your current circumstances better: it’s that feeling of being trapped that is one of the most debilitating and depressing: when we are actually making an effort towards change we instantly

feel better about ourselves and therefore behave more positively towards others as well.

Enjoy the moment Now, that’s a lot of talk about change, but the most important thing by far is to appreciate what you have and where you are now. Many people live a large percentage of their lives wishing they were somewhere, or somebody, else. The ideal way to enjoy this year is to be satisfied with where you are at this very moment, whilst at the same time taking those tiny steps towards your different future. And if it feels like one step forward and two steps back sometimes, don’t worry, just hold onto your dream and keep moving towards it.


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recently watched some film of the semi final football match between Liverpool FC and Nottingham Forest, and it brought back so vividly every single moment of the tragedy as it unfolded in front of me, as I sat in the stands by the Leppings lane End of Hillsborough Football Club in 1998. It was a really hot day, and my husband advised me to wear my trainers as there would be a very large crowd and said that shoes with heels would be dangerous, especially as there would be no parking nearby. So we therefore planned to jog to the ground after parking about three miles away. We got there by 2.30pm, in good time to join the crowd which was already quite large. In the excitement of the day, I’d dropped my scarf on the floor of the car, so as we neared the Leppings lane end, I ran over the road to a little shop selling Liverpool scarves just for that day, about 50 yards from the Leppings lane End. My

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elcome back to ever yone who went home for Christmas. We hope you all had a lovely time and wish you a ver y happy and healthy New Year. Thank you to all who attended Christmas morning on the beach, again we made quite a sight and the rendition of the 12 Days of Christmas was according to some, the best we have ever done. It was a lovely day and well done to the swimmers who performed their version of the 12 Days in the sea – loonies! It certainly is a lovely way to spend Christmas with our ‘Swallow family’. We raised a staggering €782 for cancer research with our Christmas raffle and thanks go

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to join the “true fans” as he called them who went into the pens, but I put my foot down and said I wasn’t prepared to go through the crush I was involved in when we were last at Wembley, and we were pushed four or five metres down in front of where we were standing and when I injured my elbow and ankle, so he bought tickets for the stands. We joined the fans queuing up, but as more fans arrived, mostly young men, some dads with their lads, and a very few ladies, the heat and the queues began to feel scary. By quarter to three, I’d got separated from my husband and felt the first stirrings of panic.

here. Let her through to the gate at the front.”

Immediately there was a narrow passage made for me and I was pushed and tugged to the young policeman standing in front of the gate in the wall, as yet unopened. The bobby and I became squashed as more and more fans joined the queue. The wall was about four or five metres high and was very old, and all of us at the front became worried that it would fall, or be pushed over. As the gate in the wall finally opened, my husband found himself near me with the tickets. The whole crowd went into the same little entrance, but the seated tickets went

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through to the stands by going left, and the rest went into the Leppings Lane pen, by walking straight ahead between the two barriers. It had been a traumatic start to the day, but once inside, those of us in the stands relaxed and prepared to enjoy the day. As yet no one could imagine the tragedy that would enfold before our very eyes. In the next issue, I’ll conclude my thoughts of that terrible day, and reiterate my opinion that a great injustice was done to those who lost their lives or were injured.

Mike and I would like to thank you all personally for all the help and support you have given us this year and especially the Section Heads who do a mar vellous job organising events for us all. Kind regards Carole and Mike

This is a time for miscommunication. Hold off on any final decisions until you can find time to really understand what it is you might be committing to.

Gemini 21.05. – 21.06. Major changes in your career are very possible at this time. You are likely to feel that your current employment involves too many compromises.

Cancer 22.06. – 22.07.

A very exciting time if you are open to the potential of all the things you’ll both see and hear. All this will lead to a great deal of self discovery and personal growth..

Leo 23.07. – 23.08.

Face your old memories and feelings with the experience and wisdom you’ve gained; then try to clear up some of the old issues so you can move on.

Virgo 24.08. – 23.09.

You make charming others into an art. Use it to get where you want to be and to help your friends and family achieve their aims too.

Libra 24.09. – 23.10.

It’s a good time to let go the clutter in your storage space, your work space or even your emotional space. Making room for the things you really want in life can be a lot easier to achieve if you have room for them.

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You have again proved how generous you are not only to Cancer Research but in your response to food donations for those families struggling here in Tenerife. We are still collecting for them so if you have any tinned food, pasta, rice etc it will be gratefully received.

Taurus 21.04. – 20.05.

Hillsborough Stadium

The fans were very good natured; there was not a single sign of anyone who’d had too much to drink, nor any sign of aggressive behaviour. But the heat was overwhelming, especially as I’m only five foot two in my trainers and the average man around me was around six or seven inches taller. I remember grabbing the sleeve of a young man near me, and he immediately shouted, and I remembered his words as if they were written in stone, “Aye Aye lads, woman fainting

to everyone who donated the items and bottles and those who sold the tickets, and of course to all of you who bought tickets. The Tuesday Petanque group at Flicks held their own raffle and raised a further €255. Many thanks to them and Moira and Lynda who run the Petanque and organised the raffle.

A good opportunity to enhance your intuitive side. Take advantage of this aspect of yourself if you have neglected it in the past.

Scorpio 24.10. – 22.11.

Regarding the Drowned Irishman ‘ignored red flags’ on Lanzarote beach article Julie MayKeep in touch with the latest berry said, job offers and last minute news on upcoming events. www.facebook.com/Island.Connections. Canary.Islands. Some recent comments on our Facebook page:

Maribi Sanchez echoed the thoughts of many when she spoke about the resignation of Canarian Employment Minister Margarita Ramos: An honorable politician? Whatever next?

Veronika Merics wished: “a great year for everyone at Island Connections and Kanaren Express the best foreign newspapers in Tenerife! Live long and prosper!”

“so sad, you have to respect the sea here, it’s dangerous.” And, “yes, it’s like the shock factor, hot weather, cold sea.... it’s a shame.... sadly, but hopefully, this will open people’s eyes to the dangers/ warnings.”

The most visited posting for the two weeks up to January 08 was regarding the families of 154 people who died in the Spanair crash of summer 2008 slamming the airline’s insurance company for its ‘insulting’ compensation offer.

A lot of important discussions may arise over the next few days. Much of this may revolve around past issues, so if at all possible deal with them at this time and let them go to the closed file.

Sagittarius 23.11. – 21.12.

You feel like there’s a lot of déjà vu going on, except now you’ve got more experience and wisdom to deal with events. Make things go the way you’d really like them to go.

Carpicorn 22.12. – 20.01.

It’s about the heat and energy you glow with right now. It’s going to be like this for a few weeks. So get ready to really rock your world!

Aquarius 21.01. – 20.02.

These two weeks will have a lot of positive focus on emotions and relationships for you. Enjoy!

Pisces 21.02. – 20.03.

An exciting time, with a great deal of progressive changes in your life and relationships. A change in your relationship to others and the world in general is evident.


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Randy Ringo

Who needs sat nav? However, when the time came for Ringo to return home he did not take kindly to the enforced separation and, despite never having gone directly from his home to Becky’s (approximately two kilometres distance), he managed to find the address and turned up unannounced for a joyful reunion. Ringo was allowed to stay the night but was sent packing the next day, with a promise from his owners that he would be secured properly to prevent a repeat visit.

The Romeo and Juliet labradors were devastated by the separation news

A Accion Del Sol Accion Del Sol would like to wish all their supporters, volunteers and staff a joyous and prosperous 2013, and thank you all for your help and support. The festive period was very busy, with many dogs being brought in. Two gorgeous Rottweiler puppies from Arona came in on Christmas Eve, along with several others of all shapes, breeds and conditions. Every one of them receives full veterinary care and attention before seeking a new loving home. One such lucky dog is Beppi the basset hound. His new owner, who already has two other basset hounds, fell in love with him after seeing him on Aktion Tiers website in Germany and he now has a huge garden to play in with his new friends. Let’s hope many more dogs are lucky enough to find such loving new homes. Maybe now the Festivities are behind us you might like to exercise a dog or two. Dog walking brings so much pleasure to the dogs, especially the long term boarders. Whenever you wish, please pop down to the Refuge at Polígono De Industrial Estate, Granadilla, Exit 51 on the TF1, next to the windmills, Monday- to Friday, 36pm, or call 922 778 630 for more information.

heartwarming story to show that Puppy Love can be just as strong among dogs as humans. An energetic two-year-old golden labrador from La Laguna became so smitten with the ‘girlfriend’, also a labrador, with whom he was paired up to breed pups over the Christmas holidays that he ran away from home not once but twice to be with his new love.

Three days later, on January 2, however, a passer-by rang the doorbell of Becky’s house in the centre of La Laguna to recriminate the owners for their forgetfulness in leaving their dog out in the rain. Becky was, in fact, contently chasing cats from her back garden at the time and the front-door dog was none other than Ringo, who had escaped for a second time to be reunited with his girlfriend and was camped on the doorstep. The couple, now dubbed Romeo and Juliet, made full use of the time available to them before Ringo’s by now highlyembarrassed owner returned to haul him away once more. Both sets of owners are looking forward to a very big litter and Ringo, who clearly has a thing for older women, has now been given his own key to let himself in when his services are required again.

Ringo was introduced to six-year-old Becky by their respective owners on a Christmas Day walk to see if they might make suitable partners to create a litter. Heeding advice from a vet, the dogs were then allowed to stay together for a couple of days at Becky’s house to see if they would hit it off, which they did with few problems, becoming literally ‘inseparable’ on several occasions!

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Fortunately there is now a Facebook site dedicated to the location of missing companions in the Canary Islands that will certainly go some way to reuniting loved ones. Anyone is welcome to post information about a lost animal, and people who find wandering pets also now have somewhere to place announcements. The site is constantly updated, there is a whole host of photos of lost and found animals, and the site’s supporters also cross

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Motoring

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DAX 427 www.daxcars.co.uk

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s featured in the last edition, DJ Sportscars International, better known as DAX, can now supply ready to build cars for serious enthusiasts here in the islands. Here we look at one of their classic models that has been a popular choice for the last 25 years, and no wonder, as few vehicles can offer a more evocative taste of the great days of the sporting muscle car than the DAX 427. But this is certainly no uncomfortable ride down memory lane. Continuing developments make the most of modern suspension, brake, wheel and tyre technology and these offer unexpectedly high standards of handling and road holding. No wonder it’s now such a fashionable sports car classic in its own right. The company’s painstaking attention to detail, and policy of ongoing improvement, has

meant that the 427, with its top quality composite body and sumptuous leather interior, deep-dished Halibrand style wheels, trademark stainless steel side-pipe exhausts and low, wide, purposeful stance is not only an attractive beast, but is versatile, safe and easy to build. Engine options are extensive, with engine mounting and exhaust jigs available for virtually any V8 (American or English) or any of the Jaguar-derived V12 or straight 6 units. The chassis, as well as maximising interior space, also provides inbuilt crumple zones front and rear and a substantial protective structure that extends the full width of the vehicle. There are also options for the Explosafe fuel tank; braced structural roll-over hoops and an impact collapsible steering system. You also have the choice of the top of the range DAX 427 DE DION which offers all

even contact with the road. And then, of course, there’s the DAX 427’s legendary ease of build, designed so that no special tools, welding or GRP work are required. Well illustrated free assembly guides are provided to steer the builder through each stage of the project, and construction is kept well within the scope of the average DIY enthusiast. Furthermore, if questions do arise, the staff at DAX is always on hand to provide technical advice, without charge or limit, extending right through the build and beyond. Not only that, but the car’s unsurpassed reputation is reflected in exceptional re-sale values, meaning they are not only fun to build, own and run, but are also a good investment.

the style and presence of the traditional 427 together with several advantages, including the unique and patented cross-linked double wishbone CC&AR suspension system that counters roll (without the need for anti-roll bars) and maximises grip and predictability by constantly keeping all tyre treads in flat and

For more information contact Simon on 0044 1279 442661 or see www.daxcars.co.uk

SEAT Leon Roars onto the market R

ecently presented at the Hotel Mencey in Santa Cruz, the third generation of the SEAT Leon is an exciting new development for fans of the range. Fundamentally it is an all-new car which looks stunning from every angle, with an enormously appealing, sporty aesthetic. At 4.24 metres, the car is around five centimetres shorter than its predecessor, yet the wheelbase has grown by almost six centimetres. This improves its overall proportions and posture on the road and, despite its shorter length, its clever packaging means that interior space is vastly improved. Functionality and flexibility were also given a high priority and are no less than a dozen stowage facilities and five closed stor-

feel as if he is at one with his Leon,” says Alejandro Mesonero-Romanos, Head of SEAT Design. But, how does it run? Well, SEAT sends the new Leon into battle with powerful and fuelefficient TDI and TSI power units ranging from 1.2 to 2.0 litres displacement. All engines feature direct injection with turbocharging and

age bins in the interior. The luggage compartment now has a capacity of 380 litres, exactly 39 litres more than in the previous model, and seven airbags are also part of the standard equipment package for all versions. Not only that but, “The cockpit de-

sign adheres to our new interior philosophy with a strong focus on the driver. This is good for ergonomics and creates a sporty feel. The driver should

have been optimised for low internal friction and rapid warm-up and, compared with their respective predecessors, fuel consumption is down by up to 22 percent. In fact, sporty power and ground-breaking efficiency are what set the new engine generation in the SEAT Leon apart. Furthermore, the new SEAT Leon also comes with a wide range of safety, comfort and sports options, including full-LED headlamps, front seat arm rests, electric sun roof, automatically dimming rear view mirror, light and rain sensor, the SEAT sound system and the navigation system, to name but a few. There is much more to say about this well turned out new model; really it needs to be driven to be believed. There is also the added factor that, like its predecessor, the new SEAT Leon is built at the Martorell factory near Barcelona, Spain, and thus makes a good, common sense buy as well. You can find your nearest dealer at www.seat.es, for example Rahn at Las Chafiras and Santa Cruz or Motor 7 Islas in La Orotava, Tenerife.


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Motoring News >>

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Hyundai

In the running The New Generation i30 has won a place on the shortlist for the Car of the Year 2013 award, becoming the first Hyundai model to make the final round of voting in Europe’s premier award for new cars. The 58 Car of the Year jury members, representing 22 European countries, allocated points to their preferred models during the first round of voting, and the i30 was among the highest-scoring cars.

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Allan Rushforth, Senior Vice President and COO of Hyundai Motor Europe, commented, “The New Generation i30 was designed, developed and is made in Europe, for Europeans, so it’s a great honour for such a respected group of experts to recog-

Honda

Scoops prize

The British built Honda CR-V sports utility vehicle (SUV) has scooped the prestigious 4x4 of the Year honour from the respected Total 4x4 Magazine.

Best of the Best title, which it duly won hands down.

It’s an outstanding achievement for such a new vehicle, which is manufactured in the UK at Honda’s It’s the new CR-V’s first state-of-the-art production award, but that isn’t bad go- facility in Swindon, Wilts. ing as it has only been on the The publication’s ediscene for a few months. tor, Alan Kidd, commented: Competition was fierce and the test team pitted the Honda against several key rivals in the Medium SUV segment. The testing process is comprehensive, ranging from interior quality, comfort and practicality to repeated drives of a set road route by different judges. The Honda swept all comers aside to take class honours, making it a contender for the overall

“From the moment we started crawling around inside the CR-V, it was clear Honda had hit the jackpot. The quality of its interior is on a par with the best, and its flexibility is exceptional – and that was before we actually drove it.” He continued: “Seldom has a new 4x4 put such a big tick in so many boxes. It takes an awful lot to impress us these days. The new CR-V didn’t just impress us – it made our jaws drop.” Praise indeed.

nise its relevance”. The New Generation i30 family was recently expanded, with the unveiling of a new three-door version adding further sporting flair to the compelling

Chevrolet

characteristics of the five-door and Tourer models. The other shortlisted candidates for Car of the Year 2013 are the Ford B-Max, Mercedes A-class, Peugeot 208, Renault Clio, Subaru BRZ/Toyota GT-86 (as one candidate), Volkswagen Golf and Volvo V40. The winner of the 50th edition of Car of the Year will be announced on March 4th 2013 in Geneva, ahead of the opening of the 2013 Geneva Motor Show.

Makes dreams come true The seventh Young Creative Chevrolet contest is now underway. Ask any child what they want to be when they grow up and they’ll instantly tell you their hopes and dreams. But as many young people know, and current statistics prove, childhood career ambitions are getting harder to fulfill.

It is even more difficult for creative youngsters who want to own their own fashion label or enter an international film festival for instance. However, via the Young Creative Chevrolet (YCC) contest, emerging artists in the early stages of their careers are being fostered and supported. National heats are held across Europe and winners of the different photography, graphic design, video and fashion design sections get to showcase their work at major international events, as well as receive much needed bursaries from Chevrolet. Winners at the European level also gain unique behind the scenes work experience with professionals. Registration for the YCC is now open: applied arts schools across Europe are invited to register online by January 31, 2013. Only students from official YCC schools may take part in what promises to be one of the most competitive and high-profile contests yet.

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07/01/2013

Every issue we are listing the service stations with the cheapest litre of 95 octane in the main Tenerife zones. For more information you can visit website of the Ministry for Industry, Commerce and Tourism.

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Adeje

Tgas Hipertrébol

€ 1.052

Tgas, Valle San Lorenzo-Las Galletas

€ 1.075

Granadilla

Disa, Avenida Fundador Gonzalo

€ 1.064

Arona

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€ 1.103

La Laguna

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San Miguel

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€ 1,103

Tgas Hipertrébol, Poligono El Mayorazgo

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sport News

Boxing

By George Reed

The crowd pullers Continued from back page

First million dollar gate Few boxers will go down in history with the same extraordinary record that former world heavyweight champion Jack Dempsey achieved. Dempsey was one of history’s best and bestloved heavyweights. He was a tough young hobo from Manassa, Colorado, with fists of iron and a granite jaw, who rode the roads on his way to fame and fortune, landed in New York broke and pleading for a chance to display his fighting qualities. He had many managers early on, but his career soared when he met up with Jack Kearns, the original peddler of high pressure sales talk, and promoter Tex Rickard, who on first meeting Dempsey was not impressed. “He looked a terrible tramp”, remarked Rickard, “I never thought he would make the grade”. Dempsey’s early days as a miner gave him a tough frame, and his fighting was the hard, vicious, relentless fighting of the man whose whole upbringing has been the struggle against adversity. He was definitely not the best defensive boxer in the world; always willing to take a few punches to land one ‘haymaker’ although his crouching style, with his bobbing and weaving, made him a fast moving target to pin-point. He won 26 fights with knockouts in the first round and 19 others with KO’s between the second and sixth round, figures that speak for themselves. Kearns and Rickard eventually steered Dempsey to a world title fight on July 4 1919, against the champion Jess Willard, who was battered into submission in three rounds. Dempsey gave Willard the worst beating any heavyweight champion had ever suffered, dropping him on the canvas seven times in the first round. By the third round blood was flowing freely from the champion’s mouth and nose, two of his front teeth had been knocked out, the right side of his face was swelling rapidly and his right eye was closed. At the end of the third round his seconds dragged him back to his corner and mercifully they called the ref over and retired their brave fighter. It would soon be the golden era in boxing and during this period Jack Dempsey made a fortune out of boxing, despite the fact that during the seven years that he was heavyweight champion of the world he had only seven fights and that was in the days when there were no television rights, where today’s big money is. ‘The Manassa Mauler’ was involved in the first million dollar gate in ring history, successfully defending his title by knocking out Frenchman Georges Carpentier at Jersey City. His other title fights drew in crowds of over 100,000 and each one attracted gate takings of well over a million dollars, phenomenal takings in those days. Jack Dempsey captured the imagination of the Americans before boxing had established itself as a favourite sport among the pubic. Yet by the time he retired, he had personally vaulted boxing from a dubious enterprise, to a professional sport second only to baseball in popularity. How I wish we had one or two heavyweights like him today, to lighten up the division, which certainly needs it!

Basketball :

Generous coach CB Canarias coach Alejandro Martínez is said to have a mean streak by his players, of whom he demands every ounce of effort in training and games, but he revealed a very generous side over the holidays by offering to donate €10 for every point scored by the basketball team in their two crucial fixtures against Manresa and Murcia.

for Reyes on January 6. The donation is also being used to purchase educational materials for the youngsters. Quizzed by journalists after the thrilling wins over Manresa, which set him back over €2,000 euros, the coach said he was, “delighted to put his hand in his pocket” for a worthy cause. The generous initiative earned Martínez a 10-minute interview on Spain’s most popular radio sports programme, El Larguero, on the night of the win against Murcia.

Martínez said he wanted to help needy children in Puerto de la Cruz by providing the money to buy them presents Alejandro Martinez

Football :

Winter Transfers As all eyes focused on players such as Ayoze Placeres and Victor Bravo as the most likely candidates to leave Tenerife first during the transfer window, the departure of French player Jeremy Lempereur caught most by surprise, although the decision to release him is probably the most easily-explained of all. Lempereur played just three games in the first half of the season and was on the field

of play for a mere 56 minutes in total. The midfielder was once described by manager Alvaro Cervera as the most skilful player in the squad but never managed to command a place in the side and faced the prospect of an idle second half of the season. As the planned departures of Placers and Bravo were held up, mainly due to the pair’s reluctance to leave, Lempereur negotiated his own release and left the island immediately for Belgian

Rugby :

Adeje Ñandú on track After the festive holidays Ñandú go back in action on January 12 against league leaders Lanzarote. With Ñandú in second place it promises to be a cracker. 2012 was a good year for the club with the senior team reaching the final of the Gran Canary Cup at the expense of Laguna University 36-7. Then it was the start of the league campaign with Atlántico (Gran Canaria) up first. With Ñandú on top form the score 65-0 was due to all the pre-season hard training: the team was as fit as they could be. Next

news that star player Vitolo looks unlikely to leave the club in the January transfer window, barring a late change of heart by Valencia. The 1st Division club have a first-call option on the player as part of the €2.5 mil-

was Laguna: in a much more contested game Ñandú ran out 14-7 winners and with the youth side beating the same club 36-0 the future looks bright. On another note the club’s junior section was invited to join Hull KR rugby league club for a training session recently as they were in pre-season training at T3. The young ones were very excited about meeting them. For detail’s of the clubs activities contact Peter Smith on 922 775014 / 686006679 or by email at: p.smith8213@ ntlworld.com

Lempereur

3rd Division side La Louviere. In the meantime, Las Palmas fans can breathe easier following the

lion deal which took Jonathan Viera to Valencia last summer but sources at Las Palmas say a gentlemen’s agreement has been reached to allow Vitolo to stay until the end of the current season and try and help Las Palmas gain promotion to the top flight. Chairman Miguel Angel Ramírez is said to have told the player’s agent that, “the fans would kill him” if he allowed him to leave in January.

Football :

CD Tenerife

Chairman’s warning The chairman of CD Tenerife used the recent shareholders, general meeting to sound a warning that this year is “make or break” for the club. Addressing the annual meeting, which was attended by just 114 of the almost 30,000 shareholders of all sizes, Miguel Concepción said promo-

tion had to be secured this season back to Division 2 or a complete rethink of the club would be required, including its budget and staffing levels. “We must get back up this time. The future of many jobs depends on it,” urged the chairman, although at the same time he rather surprisingly hinted that he would sit down soon to discuss renewing the contract of manager Alvaro Cervera, irrespective of the outcome of the season.


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CDTenerife

Soccer Experience Tenerife International :: Soccer Experience Sponsored by: Island Connections Media Group & www.windowsplus.co.uk

CD Tenerife 2 Salamanca 0

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Another fine win for the blanquiazules keeps the team clear at the top of the table.

For new teams or groups of friends wanting to join an existing team, we are always on the lookout for new 6-a-side teams so if your mates from your local bar or a group of friends want to start playing please get in touch and we can arrange some friendly games to get you guys started.

The result was never really in doubt, and supposed promotion rivals Salamanca never threatened the Tenerife goal despite being, prior to the match, the league’s top scorers. The home form has been tremendous with 7 wins and 3 draws from their 10 games played in the Heliodoro. The side has totaled 21 goals and only conceded 3 at home this season so far.

Soccer Experience Tenerife now has its own new facility. The main benefit of the new location is the easy access for existing, and possible new, teams and players with it being near the TF1 exit for Los Cristianos and along the back access road to Las Americas. It is directly across from the Villa Mandi and Granda Park hotels, it also means players who live in Los Cristianos or Las Americas could actually walk to the field.

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ow that a new year is starting, and we’ve all probably eaten and drunk a bit too much, why not get involved in one of our Soccer 6s teams and have some fun exercise through football.

Private bookings At the new Soccer Experience facility in Los Cristianos we can offer the field to groups of friends just to play around with amigos or family. Great fun and exercise for everyone now available and Dad can even get the chance to think he is Messi for at least 5 seconds! If you want to play football while you are in Tenerife, our weekly soccer 6s league and cup games continue at our Soccer Experience location in Los Cristianos, so please contact us by emailing: info@ soccerexperience.com or call / text: +0034 654 200 470. Lots more details are available at: www.soccerexperience.com or follow us on Facebook: facebook.com/SoccerExperience Tenerife.

green banana guide

By Chris Todd

Tenerife on top form

Healthy and Fun exercise for the New Year

Over 40s football on a Thursday at 7pm has been a big hit and we are always on the lookout for more slow motion footballers who like a fun game of football with fellow slow motion players! Each team is mainly made up of players who are 40 years old+ and each team is allowed one player 35 – 39 years old: so if any older chaps are tempted to make a fun and slower comeback please get in touch.

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Manager Cervera admits, though, that Tenerife need to improve their away form if they are going to win the league, saying that they need to be “less

scared” on their travels. The game against Salamanca had sparked great controversy with fans as it fell on the morning of The Three Kings Day. Despite attempts to change the day of the game Salamanca, we have been led to believe, did not play ball as it suited them to play the match with as least home fans as possible. In the end 6,655 fans turned up and they enjoyed a fine display in the warm sunshine.

Maintain possession, make the opposition chase, and create the odd chance. If we do make the b r e a k t h r o u g h e a r l y , all well and good, but keeping a clean sheet is the priority. In the second half the team goes for the kill, and with explosive players like Suso and Cristo Martin the tired defences are soon broken down. And against Salamanca it worked a treat as Suso scored two goals within five minutes at the start of the second half to put the result beyond doubt. Tenerife should have added to their lead as half of the chances were missed, but it was a case of sitting deeper and catching the visitors on the break.

A slight surprise before the kick off with the inclusion of local lad Jesus Alvaro at left back, but he did not disappoint, giving a solid performance. The team looks well balanced and has not conceded a goal in almost 600 minutes of football. The first half resembled many that we have seen in the Heliodoro this season and all part of boss Cervera´s game plan.

The 2-0 final score saw the blanquiazules take a four point lead at the top as other results surprisingly went their way later in the day. Sunday (Jan 13th) at Midday Tenerife take on CD Marino in the “miniderby” game. With the South of Tenerife’s CD Marino rock bottom they shouldn’t pose much of a threat to CD Tenerife but you never really know in a derby match!

match: the first half was a bit dull with little action from either side, although Sandro did get close to the home team’s goal a couple of times. Both sides perked up a bit during the second half after Guijuelo came out on the attack. But the home team ended up kicking themselves as

much as the ball, especially in the final part when their ball hit the bar and bounced away, not once, but three times. These were all bright moments, however, and a point is not to be sniffed at.

CD MARINO:

Start to finish CD Marino 0 Atlético de Madrid B 2

For the last match of 2012 unfortunately the local side played up to its recent form and is now in need of a small miracle to hold its place. Saying that, the team did play some of its best football during the first half and Noah and Balduino made a couple of hopeful attacks at the visitor’s goal, but to no avail. The two goals from Atlético were well deserved and will mean that the team starts the new year with a

positive attitude. Though not so good for Marino of course.

Guijuelo 0 CD Marino 0 A goalless draw away to the Salamanca team bought a blessed point for Marino, but the first game of 2013 wasn’t a heroic one. Marino’s new acquisitions David Dorta, Jaime and Rafa Hernández were in the play, though Hernández was sent off and doomed to miss the team’s next game. Not a good start. Nor had the

Table positions

Canarian football Clubs

Club

League Position Points

UD Las Palmas Liga Adelante

8

30

CD Tenerife Segunda B

1

37

CD Marino Segunda B Bottom

10

Current leader of the Tercera Division Canarian group of 20 teams from all over the Islands is Las Palmas B with 44 points.

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By George Reed

The crowd pullers Many boxing connoisseurs say that they prefer contests between the lighter weights to those between the heavies, but they are in the minority, for it is a well-known fact that attendances at heavyweight fights are larger. However, I recall Julio Cesar Chavez, the pride of Mexico, who won titles at three different weights, pulling in a crowd of 136,274 in Mexico City in 1993. It turned out to be a record breaker for a boxing match between two fighters who weighed less than 10 stone - the champion Chavez who was unbeaten in 90 fights and Greg Haugen who wasn’t even a big name in the boxing game. It was amazing really that a comparatively small fighter could draw such a crowd, especially in these days of televised bouts. The previous crowd record was at the Sesquicentennial Stadium, Philadelphia in 1926 when 120,757 turned out to watch Gene Tunney take the heavyweight title from Jack Dempsey. These days a fighter is a big draw if he can pull over 10,000 fans in to an arena and they are the exception, especially if they are in the lighter weight divisions. Continued on page 54

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Alex Baudin with trainer Miguel / www.fsurf.es

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urfers from across the archipelago battled it out recently for their final 2012 Canarian rankings. The last event of the under 21s circuit, held in Playa de Las Américas, was a tense moment for all the competitors, and local favourite, Alex Bauduin from south Tenerife, didn’t disappoint the eager crowds. Born in the Canary Islands to an English mother, Alex started surfing at the age of nine. A complete natural, he became Canarian Champion for the under 14s category in 2011 and

this year was made Spanish under 16s champion. Alex trains with Miguel Rodriguez from Chancla Surf School in Las Americas, as well as the Tenerife University Surf School. He has worked hard to get where he is and all eyes were on him as the grand finale loomed large. Over 110 young athletes took part in the competition and, after some impressive surfing all round in the under 16 category, Alex came in close second to Nico Aguirre, also from Tenerife, followed by Saúl Torres from Gran Canaria.

January Sale

If you would like to follow the competition this year, see the Canarian Surf Federation’s website: www.fcsurf.es. Or to find out how to get involved you can contact Miguel on 671 243157 or 922 790888. Or maybe you can help? Surfing competitively involves high equipment costs and a large travel budget, and up and coming surfers face an endless struggle for sponsorship, especially in these hard times. If you would like to help Alex stay top of his sport and compete at European level call Michelle on 650 719 812.

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