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L7 CONTENTS 04 NEWS & COMMENT 4 Social Diary The launches of Sussex Macmillan Centre, MODern World Gallery, and radio station Shut Up And Listen! 5 City Speak Ruby has a fall-prone friend, Tash predicts the World Cup final and Will doesn’t need a man, honest 6 News Bognor tragedy, local criminal charged to pay £45,000; plus Mary Mears on Rev Henry Wagner 6 Latest Inbox Readers’ letters, emails and web comments 6 Bookings Scissor Sisters, Plan B, Dan Le Sac Vs Scroobius Pip 7 Competitions Win a Tuaca surfboard worth £500 7 Latest Brighton Download Chart And this week’s number one is... Tenek! 8 Snap Shots Meet samba dancer Leandro Brizad 9 Celebcity Ronnie Corbett, Fatboy art auction, TV’s Mister Maker 10 Bare Cheek & Astral Angi A day in the life of a theatre director. Plus your stars

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Caroline Lucas made history when she was elected as the first Green Party MP. Now, in a comprehensive interview with Bill Smith at The Long Man of Wilmington in Patcham, she talks about climate change, the cuts, BP, the big issues nationally and locally – including academies and the football stadium – and what she loves about Brighton. And you will definitely want to hear how near she was or wasn't to being Minister of Defence in a progressive Labour-led government! That plus all the fun of Paddle Round The Pier and how a trendy Brighton bar, Madame Geisha, has become the Tate Modern of Brighton with the art of Jamie ‘Sex Pistols’ Reid and Goldie. Presented by Val Aviv, Brighton Lights is the TV show all about Brighton. Thanks to the thousands of you who watched the last edition, it’s getting as popular as this magazine! Bill Smith, Brighton Lights Watch Latest TV at www.thelatest.co.uk

11 L7 INTERVIEW Simon Callow ponders Shakespearean sexuality, whether or not the most famous playwright of all time was a ‘life and death of the party character’, and the infinite compassion at the heart of his plays

13 LIFESTYLE 13 Andrew Kay’s Food & Drink Gooseberry and elderflower sundae at one9seven 15 Kids Food Reviews We sent a team of young reviewers out to give their verdicts on some of the city’s child-friendly restaurants 21 Hotlist Where to drink and dine this week 22 Revitalise Liposuction without the surgery

23 WHAT’S ON 23 Stage George Dillon’s response to Hamlet heads up a run of Edinburgh previews at The Nightingale theatre 24 Clubs Clubbing grunge-style with Guerrilla Rocks 25 Music The Maccabees and Modern Toss on Latitude Festival 26 Art & Events Eastbourne Extreme Sports Festival 27 Film The return of ‘80s action thriller Predator 28 Comedy Terry Saunders Edinburgh preview show 28 Gay Local Adonis-fest Mr Gay QA 2010 29 Reviews Rufus Wainwright, Quartet, David Gray 30 Sport Joe Addison plans to tackle Death Valley... barefoot 30 Telly Talk From drooling donkeys to Paul O’Grady’s goldfish, Brighton vet Marc Abraham introduces his new TV series 30 TV Your seven-day guide to what’s on the box

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welcome When we were growing up, food was a minefield. Admittedly we were very picky. We wouldn’t eat cheese unless it was melted, tomatoes unless they were burnt, or grapes unless they were prepeeled and left to brown slightly on a plate. But it didn’t help that most food in the ‘80s seemed to be made of that cheap mince which came in an inseperable grey lump. Worse still was a vegetarian alternative (specifically marketed as fake ‘lamb’ mince for some slightly sinister reason) which just went on expanding in the saucepan like a Hammer Horror version of that fairytale about the magic porridge pot. On the rare non-mince front – sorry to go on – we wasted a fair chunk of childhood trying to flush banana curry down the toilet (extraordinarily buoyant, banana curry) while one Christmas was spent hiding the nuts from the middle of Ferrero Rochers under a rug. Anyway, the point is, kids these days seem to have both the benefit of broad choice and some remarkably refined palettes (we heard a small child in Waitrose the other day asking his dad to reach down the green olives in chili oil rather than the black. Then again: Waitrose). So this issue we’ve sent a bunch of them out to review some of the diverse, family-friendly dining experiences this city has to offer. Elsewhere this issue you can read Simon Callow (not Cowell, not Cowell) on Shakespeare, Andrew Kay on a ‘delightful’ prawn cocktail smoothie (who’d’ve thunk it) and Brighton’s own star vet Marc Abraham on his promisingly titled new TV series, My Pet Shame – drooling donkey very much included. Bon appetit!

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Music Editor Jeff Hemmings Staff Writers Nick Aldwinckle (Music) Jaime Pettit (Clubs) Design Anand Day Debbie Sietske Aldridge Steve Sawyer Andrew Wright Photography Patrick Kneath Diana Frangi Administration Claire Peerless

Soundwaves Festival Friday 16 – Sunday 18 July Sallis Benney Theatre Grime-pop prodigy Micachu (pictured) joins Gabriel Prokofiev – DJ son of the great Russian composer – and the London Sinfonietta for this three-day festival of cutting edge music and sound art.

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Latest diary Around town with: the launches of Sussex Macmillan Centre, MODern World Gallery and Shut Up And Listen! Macmillan Centre opens Glenn Mishon, Director of Mishon Mackay and Governor of the Sussex Cancer Fund, invited Latest 7 to the launch of the Sussex Macmillan Centre at Brighton Racecourse on 28 June. People affected by cancer will be able to visit the centre at any stage of their cancer journey and find support they need. For more information call the Sussex Macmillan team on 01273 746601 or email eastsussex@macmillan.org.uk. Photos: Patrick Kneath

Stephen Richards (Macmillan Regional Director – LASER)

Barbara Mishon. Glenn Mishon (Governor Sussex Cancer Fund), Eylse Young & Bob Thatcher (Guests of Glenn Mishon)

Neil Sykes (Gallery owner)

Mayoress Sally Wells, Councillor Geoff Wells, Mayor of Brighton & Hove (supporting Macmillan as one of his charities this year), George Deutsch (Sussex Cancer Fund Chairman)

Caroline Huff (Sussex Cancer Network Macmillan Nurse Director), Della Lamden (Patient story in promotional DVD), Mhairi Donald (BSUH & Macmillan Consultant Dietician), Helen O’Gorman (Sussex Cancer Network Staff)

The art of scooter maintenance... The MODern World Gallery on Madeira Drive opened its doors on 26 June with a live DJ spinning Mod tracks to a gathering of Mods, including Brighton’s King Jerry, and their scooters. Guests included Steve Ellis, lead singer of the Love Affair, and Conservative MP's Simon Kirby and Mike Weatherley. Owner Neil Sykes hopes to promote Brighton’s Mod links through everything from photography to badges. Photos: Diana Frangi Val Aviv ( Latest TV presenter)

Sam Eden-Green (Carousel – Shut Up and Listen! Co-Ordinator), DJ Jay Jay (Shut Up and Listen! Committee), Jo Nolan (Chief Executive-Screen South)

Graham Precey (Head of Corporate Responsibilities for Legal & General, Simeon Stewart (Co-Founder of Cofacio.com), Darren Moore (Co-founder Cofacio.com)

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Carousel’s new radio show Shut Up And Listen! is the only station to play music exclusively made by artists with a learning disability, and on 29 June they had a stomping party at The Lighthouse to launch the first full series. The show is broadcast at 8pm on the last Thursday of every month on Radio Reverb 97.2fm or online at www.radioreverb.com. Photos: Patrick Kneath


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Life begins at 70 Ruby Grimshaw loses herself on the Isle Of Wight

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painful and she had difficulty go on holiday every year with S, walking. I wondered if our little jaunt a friend of 40 years. We usually was advisable, especially when we drive somewhere in the UK. S has intended taking S’s dog Holly with us. a tendency to have falls, which has As we drove off last week, happened since she was a child and daughter C shook her head and no-one has ever discovered why. muttered something to the effect So our holidays are remembered, that two old biddies like us should not not by the beautiful scenery or the be allowed out on the roads alone. It’s good food, but the nature of her fall. true that S and I have a terrible sense Thus on our week of carriage driving of direction, and while we managed in Devon she was pulled on her to find the ferry after a few attempts stomach through the stable yard our ability to get lost on the island when her Labrador took off after was truly a chicken. amazing. We’d (Holding the set off for reins of a Suffolk “My daughter shook Carisbrooke Punch would her head and muttered Castle and find have made a ourselves at nobler story.) Niton. I began to Touring Puglia that two old biddies the brings back the should not be allowed think islanders had memory of S all the slipping on the out on the roads alone” switched signs round as bottom step of a in 1940 before flight of stairs in the expected German invasion. the hotel and falling headlong into the One day we decided to go by bus arms of the astonished concierge. and, waving our bus passes, caught One year, in Ashdown Forest, she the No 3 to Ventnor. Unfortunately we was pulled over by her dog – a had waited on the wrong side of the different one this time – and suffered road and ended up in Newport. We a broken wrist. hadn’t been there though, so it didn’t So when we decided to have a little really matter. adventure and take the ferry to the We had a lovely time, the sun Isle of Wight I did wonder whether this shone, and everyone was very was wise. S had excelled herself and friendly and offered Holly water had three recent falls – once down wherever we went. And – S DID NOT the stairs in her house, another time FALL OVER! tripping over a flag stone in her Daughter C thinks next year we garden and yet another time out should consider a safe (boring) coach walking her dog. (These dogs are tour, but we don’t agree. Alternative definitely more dangerous than suggestions on a postcard please. horses.) Her back had become very

hen you’re reading this, there just as spectators and so the World Cup final has can kick back and relax. Of course, already happened. It hasn’t a few of them do have the desire to happened in my time zone yet; see the German team get utterly however, this is not going to stop slaughtered as a way of revenge, me from writing an account of but most of the merry drinkers are what happened. If I’m right then more sensible than that. this will be the coolest thing I’ve I think the World Cup final is so ever done. If anything written in fascinating because it is a display this comes true, then I have of excellence. The best of the best predicted the future... of the most popular sport are What a match, running around and hey guys!? I was so kicking balls with glad that Ghana such grace and such made the final! I finesse that they decided I wanted to stand as pillars of “I know I’m support them what billions of because I’m half years of evolution supposed to Guyanese and until I has brought us to. hate Germany was 12 I thought Most importantly, Ghana and Guyana despite the World because of the were the same Cup being first and place. I know they’re foremost a 4-1 thing, but I on different competition where continents, but countries battle love bratwurst” phonetically they against each other, I are pretty similar. still see it as a I tell you the glimmer of how the truth, I was pretty nations of earth happy that Germany made the should be. All people of all final, too. I know I’m supposed to countries all working towards a hate them because of the 4-1 common goal. History, race and thing, but I love bratwurst enough finance are disregarded. It is to forgive them for that. Besides, about what 22 individual people they are clearly a great team. can achieve. It is about having Having said that, 3-2 to Ghana was the entire world captivated by a a well deserved and uplifting way single thing. For 90 minutes, to end this year’s World Cup. for one day every four years, One of the best things about all people across the earth’s England not being in the final is continents watch and enjoy a that the pressure is off! All the nice game of football. And that footie fans gathered in the pub are is a universal triumph.

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Will Harris is nesting ou’re building a nest!” gasps M, “Mind that Habitat spinning around from my lounge window with a look that suggests throw. I thought I’d he’s just fathomed one of the last great mysteries of the universe. sit on that later and “Mnf?” I ask. A Union Jack cushion cover dangles by one corner from my mouth. try to lay an egg” Reflected in the hall mirror, it looks like I’m doing the most patriotic vomit in history. “Ever since you said you were getting a place of your own, I’ve been racking my brains, trying to understand. I mean, you said yourself you can barely afford this place, it’s in not as nice an area, you almost starved to death within the first week of moving in...” I shoot him a look. Although sympathetic at first, it wasn’t long before my friends unanimously decided my bathroom story was too good an opportunity to let go to waste and started bringing it up at every possible opportunity. M, ignoring me, continues unabated. “But now I see what this is really about. The paintings, the cushion covers, it’s so obvious. You’re nesting, aren’t you? You’re trying to attract a husband.” I zip up my cushion and shake my head. If you were to listen to M, you’d think that everything anyone ever does is in the pursuit of a man. But of course he doesn’t understand; he fears being single like a child fears the darkness under the bed. Living alone is his bogeyman.

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“Is this for him too?” he taunts, lifting a red metal lantern from the windowsill. “Will you light it each night so he can find his way into your arms?” “No.” I pull the lantern gruffly from his hands and return it to its proper place with a clank. “It’s decorative, that’s all. We don’t all need a man to make us happy you know,” I add, knowing even as the words come out of my mouth this is a bit rich coming from me, who spends every waking moment trying to get one. M snorts and flops on the sofa. “Mind that Habitat throw,” I say. “I thought I’d sit on that later and try to lay an egg.” “Hey, did I tell you The Trader bought me a bottle of Cristal last night? £240.” M, potentially the most upwardly mobile person since Gordon Gekko, has recently been living the high-life after managing to snare himself a city trader. From Michelinstarred restaurants to days out in the Lamborghini, my friend has been in his element. If it’s true I’m building a nest, it’s safe to say M is feathering his. “Wow,” I say, “Cristal. I bet you felt like Kelly Rowland.” M pulls a face. “Actually, I didn’t like it. It’s quite bitter.” Too late. I’m already doing the calculations in my head. £240 would buy me forty cushion covers. Then again, for £240 I could probably buy a man.


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06 LATEST NEWS

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t was an anniversary people would have preferred not to have remembered but a similar tragedy brought the terrible events flooding back. Four-year-old Keira Madden, “a princess” as her father described her, was found dead at her home in Felpham, Bognor, at the same time her mother Cathy, 40, fell to her death from Seven Sisters cliffs near Birling Gap, not far from Beachy Head. And it was at Beachy Head, the scene of so many awful tragedies, that Neil Puttick, 34, and his Japanese wife Kazumi, 44, were found dead just over a year ago. The devastated parents took their own lives three days after their five-year-old disabled son Samuel had died from meningitis. They couldn't live without him. Spare a thought for their families, and the police officers assigned to breaking the dreadful news to them. Spare a well-done, too, to the finance cops whose work resulted in a drug dealer coughing up £45,000. Trevor Dawes, 48, (pictured) from Moulsecoomb, Brighton, had already started his five year sentence and now Judge Niblett at Hove Crown Court declared that Dawes had benefited from his general criminal conduct to the tune of over £200,000, and ordered him to pay a confiscation order £45,700 within six months.

Detective Chief Inspector Ian Pollard said; "If Dawes fails to pay the confiscation order, he will face a further term of imprisonment of 18 months. This ensures that he will have to pay back the profits of his criminal lifestyle. The money recovered from criminals like him will be redistributed back into the criminal justice system and also to community projects as part of the national ‘Community Payback’ Scheme.” Another anniversary slipped by as sunbathers flocked to the beaches of Sussex. It was 70 years ago this month that 40 miles of seafront from Brighton to Selsey were closed off for the duration of the war in case of a Nazi invasion. Hundreds of locals dived into the sea for a last swim just before the order came into effect. Latest 7 reader Lawrence Nettles remembered: “I was only a boy and I thought it was all very exciting – little did I know.” Do you remember? Email comment@thelatest.co.uk Defences littered the beaches and proms in Brighton and Hove where today workmen are giving the railings a lick of paint. Offenders working through Surrey & Sussex Probation Trust’s Community Payback scheme are toiling between the piers, going over the area painted last year to touch up rust spots caused by winter weather, and then work eastwards from the Sea Life Centre towards Kemp Town. The second phase will complement the painting

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was absolutely delighted to hear last week that the number of young homeless people in the city has fallen by a massive 79 per cent in the last four years. This is largely as a result of some excellent ‘early intervention’ work which council officers are doing to help prevent family breakdown, such as opening a new supported housing project for teen mothers and tackling the underlying causes of youth homelessness – mental illness, drugs and alcohol dependency. This difficult, and often unseen, work is now starting to pay real dividends.

carried out by hoteliers last year and fill in any gaps. The operation will involve 88 people, including council staff, working for 748 hours. It's good to see those with a debt to society paying the price. Brighton & Hove’s Primary Languages and International Project has been granted the Inspire Mark by LOCOG, recognising innovative projects inspired by 2012, which promote the Olympic values of cooperation, international friendship and understanding.

Schools throughout the city are involed. Fairlight Primary School, for example, is focusing on Uruguay. Albion's Uruguayan manager Gus Poyet has visited the school and answered pupils’ questions about his home country, as well as about football. Coombe Road Primary School has sent a basket of English objects for pupils in Madagascar. Who says the Olympics are just about sport? Do you remember the closing of Brighton beach in 1940?

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As Chairman of the Brighton District Nursing Association Trust I would like to draw Latest 7 readers’ attention to a community grants scheme we are currently operating which runs up until 19 July. If you are a community group, a local charity or an individual who provides services that relieve suffering, or aid recovery, for the sick and needy of Brighton and Hove, you can apply for a grant (usually between £2,000 and £10,000) to support your work. In the past we have supported many new and ground breaking city organisations and we are keen to expand on this work. To apply, send details of the amount you require, what it will be spent on, and why the project qualifies, together with full details of who the applicant is (including your accounts if you are a charity or not for profit) to 148 Balfour Road, Brighton BN1 6NE or by email to fieldmouse@ fastnet.co.uk by 19 July 2010. Peter Field, Chairman, Brighton District Nursing Association Trust [Re Have you met a Prime Minister, Cityspeak L7 482] When I was a schoolgirl and in my school drama group, we had a visit from the soonto-be Prime Minister and his wife – Harold and Mary Wilson. I think he was President of the Board of Trade at the time and had been Head Boy at our brother school, Wirral Grammar School for Boys. Mrs Wilson was also a local resident from Port Sunlight. They were absolutely charming and chatted with us for a long time, saying how much they had enjoyed the play. Unfortunately a not-so-good pupil at the boys' school had been Kenneth Halliwell, the lover and murderer of playwright Joe Orton!!! Valerie Vahey, Albion Hill, Brighton You can also write to: Letters, Latest Homes Ltd, Unit 1, Level 5 North, New England House, New England Street, Brighton BN1 4GH

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Providing decent housing for Rev. Henry Wagner young people and families in the city is an issue which is really close to my heart and so this is really encouraging news, particularly at a time when the effects of the recession are hitting hard. On the subject of young people, I had the pleasure of once again seeing the Brighton Youth Orchestra perform at the weekend for their end of term concert. I try and catch them whenever they play and I would recommend anyone going to see them. They truly are a fantastic advertisement for the young talent we have in this city. If we could bottle and sell their enthusiasm, commitment and flair we would be very rich indeed! Finally, I attended the unveiling of a Blue Plaque

memorial to one of Brighton and Hove’s lesser known, but nonetheless highly influential, sons – the Rev. Henry Wagner. He was vicar of Brighton way back in 1824, right up until his death in 1870. But he left his mark on the city, which lasts to this day. During his period in office he had six churches built to enable the poor of Brighton to attend services, including two which still survive to this day – St. John the Evangelist and St. Paul's. The diversity of faith groups and churches in the city has increased significantly since his time, of course, but one thing has remained constant – the fantastic (and often unheralded) charitable work they carry out with disadvantaged communities in the city. Long may it continue!


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BOOKINGS | COMPETITIONS | CHART 07 THE DIVINE COMEDY

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Komedia, 14 November, £17.50, 0845 2938480, www.komedia.co.uk/ brighton Neil Hannon airs his salubrious baritone live following his Ivor Novello nomination for cricket-themed side project, The Duckworth Lewis Method. Expect to here intimate versions from new TDC album Bang Goes The Knighthood.

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DAN LE SAC VS SCROOBIUS PIP Concorde 2, 31 October, £14.50, 01273 673311, www.concorde2.co.uk The authors of the mighty ‘Thou Shalt Not Kill’, play from ace second album Logic Of Chance. A nicer, realer poet/beat-maker duo you could not find.

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SCISSOR SISTERS Brighton Centre, 12 December, £30, 0844 8471515, www.brightoncentre.co.uk They stormed Glasto with a surprise appearance from Kylie, and now this glittering disco ball of a band are heading back on the road.

Brighton Dome complex, 7-23 October, 01273 709709, www.brightoncomedyfestival.com New additions to the line-up include Isy Suttie (Pavilion Theatre, 15 October), Alun Cochrane (Pavilion Theatre, 21 October) and former Latest 7 columnist Seann Walsh (Pavilion Theatre, 23 October).

2 Panos Christofi – If You Do What You Always Do 3 Tubba 3 Ply – C'mon 4 Tenek – State Of Mind 5 Chaos Borne – I Will 6 Vortex Generator – Regenerate 7 Panos Christofi – In My Mind 8 Swarf – Parlour Tricks 9 Clockworks – Fairytales

So, it’s time for a bit of a change at the top of the chart this week, as EBM-influenced dark electro duo Tenek’s ‘No Time For Fighting’ takes the number one spot. A bit of a pick-me-up after the downbeat Depeche Mode-alikery of Tenek, pop singer-songwriter Panos Christofi gets his crooning thang on with the swinging ‘If You Do What You Always Do’... at two. Meanwhile, quality dancemeister Tubba 3 Ply hits three with the infectious C’mon, whilst Tenek pop up again at four with ‘State Of Mind’ and Chaos Borne’s Nine Inch Nails/ Gary Numan atmospherics take five.

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GOGOL BORDELLO Concorde 2, 28 November, £17.50, 01273 673311, www.concorde2.co.uk NY Gypsy punks fronted by the Ukrainian-born Eugene Hütz – he of the frenzied performance style, grande moustache and, as witnessed in the film of Everything Is Illuminated, great acting talent.

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Surf’s up! Check out the Tuaca Riders that will be carving their way around Brighton on Thursday 22 and Friday 23 July. You will be able to sample a free taste of Tuaca’s chilled loveliness and be given a pair of free Tuaca flip flops. In celebration of which, we have a branded Tuaca surfboard worth over £500 to give away to one very lucky dude indeed. Q Which 1991 surf film starred Keanu Reeves?

West End performers present songs from Hairspray, Phantom Of The Opera, Wicked and more with a live band. We have a pair

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of tickets to the show at Devonshire Park, Eastbourne, from 30 July – 28 August). Q Which ‘Michael’ played the Phantom in the West End production?

THE DINNER PARTY ON DVD Angela (Lara Cox) plans a bit of posh nosh with her mates and throws a dinner party. Unfortunately, there’s more than food on the menu in this Aussie indie thriller – think Come Dine With Me with a murderous twist. Win one of three copies. Q In which country would you find The Blue Mountains?

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08 SNAP SHOTS

Snap Shots Photographer Diana Frangi captures the faces and places that define our city. This week: Samba dancer Leandro Brizad

I grew up in Brazil and taught myself to dance in my home town of Blumenau. Samba Axe, from the very north of Brazil, is my favourite. We are lucky to have such a dynamic and experienced choreographer in Marta Scott. Together with our musical maestro Jez Heburn and our Madrinha ‘Godmother’ Nadja Janssen we now have 30 dancers on a regular basis. People find the energy in the dance so thrilling they always want to join us

Leandro Brizad rehearses with the Brighton School of Samba, who bring a taste of the Rio Carnival to the streets of our city. The school won 'Best Large Group' at the Brighton Carnival two years in a row. If you would like to join them, visit www.brightonschoolofsamba.org.uk. Upcoming dates include Brighton Museum on July 24, Brighton Carnival at Concorde 2 on July 25, Worthing Carnival on 1 August and 29 August at Arundel Festival

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I am loving the new series of Mary Queen of Shops, and was particularly excited to see Brighton salon owner and four times British Hairdresser of the Year, the lovely Trevor Sorbie OBE, dispensing business advice on screen.

Ronnie Corbett paddles up, Fatboy art goes for much more than a song, and Cbeebies comes to town

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At a party for Howlett Clarke solicitors at the Brighton Dome, Gabriela and Monica Irimia, aka The Cheeky Girls. Pic: Graham Franks

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n one of the hottest weekends of the year so far, Brighton and Hove played host to Europe’s biggest free beach festival when Paddle Round the Pier hit town. Mingling with the Mayor in the Paddle Round the Pier VIP tent was king of comedy (and star of my favourite Little Britain sketch) Ronnie Corbett, who had come not only to get behind the three wonderful charities – the RNLI, SurfAid International and Whoopsadaisy – but also to support his daughter, Sophie Graeme, who was hosting the celeb area. Fans of Ronnie C (and which one of us isn’t?) can look forward to seeing him in the forthcoming John Landis film, Burke And Hare, a black comedy based on the Edinburgh serial murders of the same name and co-starring Reece Shearsmith, Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Andy Serkis, Isla Fisher, Tim Curry and John Cleese. Over 40,000 people from around the globe took to Hove Lawns last weekend and organisers are confident that the total will exceed the £30,000 raised in 2009.

LOCAL ARTIST’S FATBOY ART AUCTIONED ALONGSIDE WARHOL On the same day that Christie's the auctioneers sold a Picasso for £34.7 milion, Brighton artist JulieAnne Gilburt saw three of her own artworks go under the hammer. The pieces, all part of the original artwork from Fatboy Slim's multiaward winning Greatest Hits album, were sold for £10,000 as part of the auctions house's Pop Culture sale of Rock and Pop Memorabilia. When asked, Julie-Anne commented that she couldn’t quite believe her “funny little pieces” were on sale alongside Andy Warhol’s work at one of the world’s most prestigious auction houses.

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Phil Gallagher from Cbeebies’ Mister Maker was at the recent Brighton Baby Expo at Brighton Racecourse. A firm favourite of children everywhere, the lovely, arty fellow commanded huge crowds at the parenting show and made a lot of little girls and boys very happy. The show, which was attended by over 4500 visitors, also played host to the Dragon's Den team who were filming for the next series.

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the dark, people find it really alienating. So we decided to take the shows directly to the punters. During the mid ‘90s we toured Europe in a van and just pitched up wherever we felt welcome (which wasn’t in many places!) We were performing our own piece, Oil Well That Ends Well, which mixed excerpts from the Shakespeare problem play with polemic about the USA’s foreign policy. It went down really well actually, and El Periódico de Catalunya gave us a really good review. Actually, when we translated it later it turned out to be a review of something else entirely, but it was a real shot in the arm at the time. We felt there was no more success we could have in Europe, so in 1997 we decided to return to our native soil. Everyone seemed to be doing site-specific stuff, and I know a bandwagon when I see one, so I climbed aboard it. Now, some say “Site-specific theatre isn’t theatre at all, it’s just an art instillation that values spectacle over catharsis in a form which – while seeming to embrace egalitarian principals – is in fact profoundly anti-democratic, discriminating against the elderly, short, infirm,

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’m principal director with Arbeit Macht Frei. We’re a Brightonbased company, formed in 1991. We started out as a physical theatre troupe – with the hit shows People In Whiteface Makeup And Bowler Hats (1991) and People In Whiteface Makeup And Bowler Hats 2 (1992), but we quickly grew bored with the constraints of regular theatre. I think people get really put off by theatre, the whole experience – walking in through the foyer, buying a light ale at the bar, sitting on a plush velvet seat in

partially-sighted and hard-ofhearing; its limited audience capacity ensuring an exclusive (rather than inclusive) experience that appeals so strongly to critics as they are generally the only people who can get a ticket”. But I think they’re just splitting hairs. What’s good about site-specific theatre is that if you find a really atmospheric old abandoned building, then half the work’s done already. All you have to do is nail a few skulls and neon signs to the walls, and get an old actor dressed in rags to halflearn a few speeches from Ibsen that he can do at the end of a corridor, and five stars all round! That’s why most of our recent productions have been in derelict shops, warehouses, and offices. We did Burger King Lear in the old cinema at the back of Burger King on North Street, Miss Julie in the kitchens of the Fredellen just before it was refurbished as the Neo (it was a real sell-out success – we got full capacity: eight people for every performance) and Oedipus At Colonus in the old Spud-U-Like on West Street. Our next piece of site-specific theatre is due to take place actually on a site – a building site. It’s very exciting. We’ll be performing Lady Windermere’s Fan while the construction work is happening around us. Ironically, the building being erected will be a theatre. We’re planning it so that, as the last line of the play is spoken, the last brick will be laid. If that doesn’t get us a glowing review from Michael Billington I don’t know what will! When the Arts Council is disbanded in about three months time, as it inevitably will be, partly for having wasted so much money on bilge like ours, I’m pretty sure I’ll be out of a job. But that’s okay – I’ll get work as a dramaturg, as nobody in theatre knows what that entails, yet they’re all told they’ve got to have one."

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What we used to say An occasional series in which we struggle to remember the original, simple terms that have been abandoned in favour of ghastly, managerial Americanisms. WHAT WE SAY NOW: “Ring fence” Pointless USA term recently imported by politicians, who want to make it seem like they have something new to say, meaning to secure or bulwark – made even more ludicrous by the fact that the British don't even literally ring fence things, never mind figuratively: "We must ring fence the budget on the NHS." WHAT WE USED TO SAY: “Safeguard”

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Arians need to watch their backs this week as there are evil spirits out there trying to undermine your confidence. See, they are even channeling wicked thoughts through me! How rude. Taureans are equally vulnerable from the forces of badness at this time and should take precautions. I find that garlic works, perhaps best when eaten in very large quantities. Gemini, so often oblivious to bad things, will find it hard to avoid the bad seeds being sown. I wish I could be more positive but they seem to be getting a firm grip of me this week.

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Cancer should stay at home, lock the doors, draw a pentacle on the floor in chicken blood and refuse to answer the telephone. That includes mobiles, Skype and texting. Be strong. Leo will be brave in this oncoming storm of evil. But bravery may not be enough. Be wise, never leave home without an umbrella and a crucifix. Silver bullets are hard to find. Virgos should be aware that dressing in white can look virginal – but it can also look wraith-like. Avoid any confusion by dressing like a tart and blending in with the crowd.

Libras might feel the need to negotiate with the dark side. Forget it, the force is just too strong and you will get more than your fingers burnt. Better to stay safe and pray. Scorpio may already be in league with the devil. If this is the case than all my efforts to help you will be to no avail. I will keep you in my prayers and beg for your redemption. Sagis are way down the list when it comes to the attentions of the dark one. Lucky you, he is interested in younger conquests, preferably ones with all their own teeth.

Capricorn can operate as a double agent, flipping from good to evil at the drop of a hat. But be careful who you cross, who you trust and who you share a bed with this week. Aquarians love the idea of embracing all the earthly and heavenly forces and combining them to form a greater good. You silly fools, you really do not know quite what you are dealing with do you. Pisceans can avoid the works of the devil and his evil acolytes this week by seeking sanctuary at Bardsley’s where Roy has created a batter that will ward off all evil spirits.


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WILL POWER Lost siblings, rich sexuality and infinite compassion: actor Simon Callow talks to Bella Todd about the real William Shakespeare

Shakespeare: The Man From Stratford follows the success of your one-man show about Charles Dickens. You’ve written that it is Shakespeare’s treatment of sex and love that elevates him above Dickens... I think it’s what you don’t find in Dickens. Of course, Dickens is always interesting, even in what he doesn’t do. But with Shakespeare you have this astonishing garden of delights – and, of course, of disgust sometimes. Whether Dickens would allow himself to be really overwhelmed by another human being I doubt. He was too frightened of the black waters inside himself to let that happen. What sense of Shakespeare the man do you get from playing his characters? Shakespeare is very short on judgement and very high on compassion and a sense of identification. He becomes what he writes about, who he writes about, and he seems to know all and to forgive all. (You have exactly the opposite with his contemporary Ben Jonson who, although he seems to know everything, seems to despise everyone.) With Shakespeare you have this tremendously strong feeling of a man who was open to everything. It’s almost impossible to imagine how he survived as long as he did. If you’re that sensitive, if you’re so lacking in an extra skin that every emotion kind of pierces you, then you’re very vulnerable I would think. There’s this engraving for the First Folio where Shakespeare’s got heavy bags under his eyes, is going obviously prematurely bald, not smiling at all. He looks absolutely exhausted. And I do think Shakespeare must have been exhausted all of the time. When someone’s writing feels so miraculous to you, is it hard to think about them as a real person? Well yeeeees... except we don’t none of us know much about his personal life. But there’s a lot that we can think about, and that’s partly what the show’s about. We know that Shakespeare’s mother lost several children before he was born. Although

“With Shakespeare you have this sense of a man who was open to everything... He must have been exhausted” infant mortality was a great deal higher than it is now, a mother still mourns. Can we conclude that Shakespeare felt the need to make it up to his mother? To be especially attentive to her? To divert her with stories and tales? Is that the source? Well, I don’t know. But it could be! It’s an interesting thought. Does it matter to you as an actor who Shakespeare was biographically? If I’m acting in a play I feel that I’m in contact with the author. I can’t do a play without feeling that. You need to get a sense of their world. What their obsessions were, what they responded to especially, what territory is theirs and theirs alone... You must know a lot of living writers. Do their characters tend to correspond to their words, or have you ever been really shocked by meeting someone whose writing you know well? Well. Yes. Exactly. Of course that happens, and has happened. But you never know with people, you catch them on the wrong day. Or take Richard Wagner – a very well known case of someone whose music is in some cases absolutely sublime, the most rapturous music ever written, and he was a s***, you know. He was an entirely self-orientated s***, and ruthlessly exploitative. On the other hand, you could perfectly well make a case that he did that to protect his music and protect himself from invasion by other people. It’s unreasonable to expect extraordinary people to behave like everybody else.

Have you encountered any interesting instances or explorations of homosexuality in Shakespeare? There are a couple of characters who are obviously, explicitly gay, which is Achilles and Patroclus in Troilus And Cressida. Antonio the sea captain in Twelfth Night seems to be desperately in love with Sebastian. Of course the sonnets are full of a passionate avowal of love of the author for a young man. The degree to which they were actually sexually fulfilled relationships, or consummated relationships, is really hard to say because it is undoubtedly true that there was a much greater level of freedom and intensity between men in Elizabethan England, in the same way there was among young Arabs because they were kept away from women. The whole language and body language is so intense, fondling each other, stroking each other. Our tendency is to talk about everything and shine a bright light on everything. Many previous generations have preferred to turn a blind eye and let certain things happen under a sort of veil of, whatever – friendship – and let them get on with it. How close do you think Shakespeare In Love came to portraying the real Shakespeare? I think Jo [Fiennes] was fantastic but I don’t think he was exactly Shakespeare as I imagined him. I think he was probably far too good looking apart from anything else. But I believed that he was a writer, and that was wonderful. You’ve spoken about always being asked to play what you call ‘life and death of the party characters’ on film. Do you think Shakespeare was a life and death of the party character? No. N-n-no. No, Shakespeare’s the guy who sat in the corner of the room, nursing a bottle of wine, and listening and listening, and watching. And then went home with the most attractive person in the room Shakespeare: The Man From Stratford is at Theatre Royal Brighton from Monday 13-Saturday 19 July, 08448 717 650, www.ambassadortickets.com/Brighton,


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Food & Drink Andrew Kay heads to Lewes and a fine dining experience at one9seven

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r L has formed a rather strong bond with Lewes since becoming an official opera buff and Glyndebourne member. I shouldn’t complain as I have been his guest already. One time we had a picnic, prepared by me, but on another occasion we made the mistake of not making plans and then taking pot luck. We ended up back in Brighton, not because nothing suited, but because we had not made a reservation. This year we will be more organised and top of our list will be the rather new one9seven. I like restaurants with numbers as names. I used to go to one in Battersea called 555 that was rather popular with Roddy Lewelin and the late Princess Margaret. I saw them there once, but I don’t think they spotted me, despite having met both of them before – separately I hasten to add.

“Mr L’s gooseberry and elderflower sundae was a knickerbocker-waggingly good wheeze that would put a smile on the face of the toughest critic”

Mr L moved on to a dish of Sussex lamb chop and shepherd’s pie. When it arrived it looked a tad dainty, by which I mean small. He thought so too but soon changed his mind when he tasted the rich pie made with slow braised shoulder and topped with the creamiest potato. The chop was perfect too, trimmed but not too far and cooked to exactly the right point. I could not resist the pig cheek braised in milk and honey. I like Bath chaps – stop tittering at the back – and when I see them on a menu I become blind to all else. The idea of braising them in milk and honey was fascinating. It was either going to be genius or misguided lunacy. I am pleased to say it was the former, a confident piece of cooking that was both bold and subtle. I also loved the radishes basted with butter and mustard. The Sussex baked beans were equally delicious and made what looked pretty actually rather robust and satisfying. Puddings were equally inspired and accomplished. My cherry stone milk jelly was very grown up indeed and I loved it. Mr L’s gooseberry and elderflower sundae was a knickerbocker-waggingly good wheeze that would put a smile on the face of the toughest critic. Add to all this fine food a menu that is so sensibly priced that it need not be a special occasion destination dinner but a casual supper, especially if you take advantage of their early evening deal that takes some beating. I wish, once again, that one9seven was closer to home, but then again I would become an even piggier pig than I already am, and that would never do. one9seven, 197 High Street, Lewes BN7 2NS, 01273 479713, www.one-9-seven.co.uk Which number-named restaurants do you rate? andrew@thelatest.co.uk follow me on twitter

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YUM YUM YUM Andrew Kay hands over his official knife, fork and pen to a bunch of kids who hit the town’s eateries and come back with their verdicts

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es, it’s true: they’re back, they’re bad, and they’re hungry. Well, they’re not so bad really. In truth, they do rather a fine job of this kid’s food review section year on year, and it gives both my feet and my waistband a bit of a rest too. Over the years this has become one of our most popular annual features and it always surprises us. For starters – forgive the pun – very few kids are interested these days in children’s menus. That said, there are one or two places acknowledging this and coming up with kids’ menus that are both approachable and inspired – as opposed to your typical sausage, fish finger and beans route. Kids’ tastes are becoming more and more sophisticated year on year. When we first did this we struggled to find kids who wanted to go out for anything exotic. Now we have them fighting for sushi and sashimi and keen on a hot curry. The biggest surprise was the number of children we asked who were keen to eat meat. In the past we have seen a lot of kids who eat vegetarian or pescatarian, but there were whoops of joy when I sent out invitations to visit a steak grill or a restaurant famous for serving great game dishes. Ages ranged form seven to seventeen with all points between. This year we have Indian and Japanese restaurants; British and Italian; formal and relaxed. And once again there are strong opinions, as they say – out of the mouths of babes. Well, into the mouths of the babes went the food and out came the following. I hope that you enjoy them as much as we have, and that you find them a useful guide as to where your children might enjoy a meal that will keep you grown ups as happy as the grown downs.

The Elizabethan Cottage Tandoori

Pablo’s

Dad couldn't come as he had been to the dentist so there were three of us plus Mum. The first bonus was that Mum could park really close by. The building is old-fashioned looking, but in a good way. It was our first visit and we thought it was great. Inside is very welcoming, cosy with nooks and crannies, and each table is quite private. We went on a Tuesday and it was busy with mostly families, but it wasn't noisy at all. The waiters were very friendly and looked after us well. We ordered drinks and they brought us poppadoms and chutneys. We love Indian food but normally have takeaway. Mum wanted dishes we hadn't tried before. But we wanted ones we knew we would like. For starters we ordered onion bhajee and Mum ordered king prawn puri. The bhajees were delicious – crispy and tangy. I don’t think Mum actually knew what a king prawn puri was but she seemed to like it (it was an Indian pancake and was really nice and fresh tasting). For our main we ordered two dishes and one side dish, plus three pilau rice and naan bread. We always have chicken korma, so we had to order that. We also ordered a king prawn curry and bombay potatoes. We shared everything and it was all hot, fresh, spicy and delicious. That was lucky because the friendly waiters kept popping up to ask if we were happy (yes), if we liked the food (yes), and if we needed anything else (generally no). Lots of people were having sizzling Tandoori dishes and we would definitely have that next time. The portions are huge and it was a good idea to share. We couldn't finish it all, so our waiter gave it to us in takeaway boxes! They had a long list of desserts which all sounded tasty, including plastic toys filled with ice cream called Punky. We found a pudding-shaped hole and ordered these! We will definitely go back to the Elizabethan Tandoori with friends and family. It is so different to the usual places to eat out in town. Becky Clark 12 Elizabethan Cottage Tandoori, 130-136 Old London Road, Brighton, BN1 8YA, 01273 551307

When I arrived, I was shown straight to my table and given a menu. The waiter introduced himself as Ed – he gave a warm and friendly service, and told us about the children’s offer on the adults’ menu: any pizza or pasta for £3.50. The children’s menu was very well laid out, the writing was very big and easy to read. On the back there was colouring and the waiter had a pot of crayons, which gives children something to do while they were waiting for their food. The place has a very good and friendly atmosphere. The décor through-out is clean, bright and modern. It was a very hot day, so it was a welcome break that they had air conditioning. Even though the downstairs is quite small, the layout works well and it feels quite spacious. We ordered cold drinks which arrived promptly. Shortly after, we browsed the menu and ordered. I decided to try tagliatelle alla carbonara and Dad chose the quattro formaggi pizza. These were both reasonably priced at £5.25 each on the adult menu. It didn’t take long for the food to arrive, which is good for families, particularly those with small children who get bored easily. The main course I ate was very nice but was a very big portion, so I didn’t manage to eat it all. What I did eat of it tasted lovely; it was just right, with just enough cream and the bacon. My dad said that his pizza was cooked well with a nice thin base. The dessert I chose was called Minty: it was mint choc chip and chocolate ice cream, cream and chocolate sauce. I loved this dessert because of its name; it is so simple but fun. The mint flavour of the desert was not too rich or sickly and was nice to eat after having a main course. It’s location in the North Lanes, warm and friendly service combined with its good prices and good quality food makes this a popular place to eat. I will definitely go back there again. Alice Forward (16) Pablo’s, 36 Ship Street, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 1AB, 01273 208123


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Birthday at Moshi Moshi

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I hadn’t taken my daughters to a Japanese restaurant before, so they were excited about going. We were greeted by a very helpful Michaela and were shown to a great table right by the sushi conveyor belt, much to the girls’ amusement and curiosity. Inevitably the questions began: “What’s that one?...what’s that one...?” It could have gone on for hours but Michaela brought us a selection of amazing fresh juice blended creations which diverted their attention. And the taste fest began. Firstly, we tried a fantastic sushi and sashimi platter. For those not accustomed to Japanese food (or those wee ones who haven’t tried it yet) sushi generally comes in two forms – maki is a filling, often seafood or vegetable, wrapped in sticky rice wrapped in nori seaweed; nigiri is a ball of sticky rice with a sliver of raw fish or seafood on top. Sashimi is simply thin slices of raw fish. They are all traditionally eaten with pink ginger, soy dipping sauce and wasabi, a paste made from Japanese horseradish. Tilly wolfed everything with eager eyes – Tabitha stuck to the maki, especially liking the soy dipping experience. Both bravely tried wasabi, but found it a little too hot for their pallet! I must mention the crash course in chopstick technique that all uninitiated in Japanese cuisine must undergo. The girls tried valiantly, with quite a bit of success – but rule number one: if all else fails and you’re really hungry, use your fingers! Next a selection of side orders: crispy gyoza pork dumplings, Yakitori chicken skewers, and vegetable and fish tempura. Tilly inhaled the former and Tabitha demolished the latter. To finish, we had a dessert from the conveyor belt: Mochi rice cakes with sweet adzuki bean filling – unlike anything the girls had tried before, they devoured it regardless. I was really pleased that my sometimes picky daughters had tried a world of new flavours and enjoyed it immensely. Tabitha (7) and Tilly (5) Moshi Moshi, Opticon, Bartholomew Square, Brighton, BN1 1JS, 01273 719195

Sevendials First impressions as we walked in was that it looked rather posh and grown-up. Then we were shown outside onto the terrace which was nice because it was such a hot day and it was more relaxed. We were shown the children’s menu but it was slightly too basic for our tastes, so we chose from the a la carte menu. At first we both wanted the same thing: the pan-fried rib eye steak, proper chips, slow roasted tomato, wild garlic sauce roquette salad and red wine sauce – but then I saw the Sussex lamb with roast garlic mash, provencal courgette and purple basil, and I decided to have that – as long as I could have the proper chips too as they looked really tasty. The waiters and waitresses were really nice. They brought drinks, bread and then tiny espresso cups of chilled gazpacho – which was really delicious. The food came quite quickly. My mum had “something light”: the organic salmon on crushed Jersey royal potatoes, English asparagus and sauce vierge, which looked really yummy. We all tasted eachother’s food and everyone liked it all. Rae gave her roquette salad to Mum but the plates were all clean by the end. We all thoroughly enjoyed our main courses. It was really delicious. Even the courgettes were surprisingly good. Then we ordered the dessert. We both ordered the sticky toffee pudding. It was light and rich with a lovely creamy vanilla ice cream. Mum had a little room for lemon posset, but Rae finished it off as she loves all puddings. It was a real treat. Our food and drinks came to about £25 each but there was a menu of the day which had a starter and main course for just £10. We had a brilliant lunch. I wish we did that more often. Rae (12) & Flora (11) Durgerian Sevendials Restaurant, 1 Buckingham Place, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 3TD, 01273 885555


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Pho As a creature of habit, I had never tried Vietnamese food and had no idea what to expect. Fortunately, I wasn’t disappointed. Healthy, fresh and low in fat, Pho offers the perfect summer menu. To start, Uncle Andrew and I shared both spring and summer rolls, and a light but sumptuous mango and pork salad. I tried Vietnam’s national dish, the delicious Pho noodle soup with chicken. Uncle Andrew, who has been many times now and is already a fan, had the prawn curry which he loved. The atmosphere was vibrant, the restaurant quickly filling up from the moment we arrived: a clear sign that Brighton is hooked on Pho’s great value, low fat yet gratifying grub. My evening finished on a high with banana fritters, the perfect partner to honey and ginger ice cream – a dessert so good, it has to be bad! Dining out at Pho has been a wonderful surprise, introducing me to a new culture through a restaurant I will definitely be returning to. Bell Foxwell (17) Pho, 12 Black Lion Street, Brighton, UK BN1 1ND 01273 202403

Terre à Terre Andrew Kay, the food reviewer for Latest 7, was struggling to find someone to review Terre à Terre because it is a vegetarian restaurant. Apparently, all the children he approached wanted to eat meat. So it was with trepidation that I agreed, as I, too, prefer meat or fish to vegetables. I’m glad to say, I enjoyed my meal tremendously. The food was nothing like the vegetables I have at home. It was beautiful to look at, the combination of ingredients was innovative and exciting, and there were loads of spices and flavours that kept me on the edge of my seat throughout. We ordered something from the kids’ menu and something from the adults’ menu because I wanted to taste both. We had parmesan-coated olives filled with fresh ricotta cheese to start, along with garlic focaccia. I’ve lived in Italy for a few years of my life, and these were as good as anything I’ve had there. I also had the kids’ smoothie, which was so tasty you could taste every single fruit in it. For the main course, we chose the Terre à Tapas, which is for two people to share. I’d been told that this is the best thing on the menu, because it gives you a tour of the whole menu in small tapas-sized dishes. I especially liked the corn cakes with avocado. I also liked the fritters with pastry in between, which were neither too spicy nor bland. There was halloumi, noodles, and perfect salad leaves dressed exquisitely. I was excited when the platter arrived and I tried a bit of everything first of all; I then went back to each food and finished it. I could not believe I could eat so many vegetables! It was to share but my mum had very little. The only flavour I thought was slightly clashing with everything else was the Indian dips. I ordered the cheesecake for dessert. It was great – very cheesy and filling. I loved the sambuca raisins spread with sugar – I think it was the first time I have had them. I had a memorable eating experience at Terre à Terre and I hope I’ll go again soon. Benjamin Röhl (11) Terre à Terre, 1 East Street, Brighton, BN1 1HQ, 01273 729051

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Picasso’s This is a family-run Italian restaurant – or ristorante as they say in Italy. It is quite small downstairs but has an upstairs too. And people were sitting outside too, drinking wine. We went on a Sunday evening and even though we arrived a bit late it was very welcoming with a great atmosphere. Picasso’s is n proper Italian restaurant with red checked tablecloths covered in paper and real Italian waiters who say “Prego”, “Buon Appetito” and “Grazia” and talk quickly to one another in Italian. We even saw them making a huge fuss of a baby. There was very lively music, all in Italian though we could recognise the tunes of some of the songs like ‘Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Yellow Polka Dot Bikini’. There was a variety of other people when we were there. The service was great because it was fast and friendly. We were given menus as soon as we sat down and ordered drinks first which came straight away. For starters we shared calamari fritti between the three of us and it was delicious. For our main course we chose from the main menu. There is a special kids’ menu during the day but in the evening kids can order smaller portions off the main menu. We both chose small margarita pizzas and Mum ordered lasagne. We also had a side order of French fries just to try. The ‘small’ pizzas were giant, thin, crispy, gooey and very delicious. We just couldn't finish them so we were given the leftovers to take home. Mum managed all of her lasagne which wasn't too huge. The French fries were quite unusual: they were round like thin roast potatoes, but they tasted great. Perhaps Italian French fries are always round? There were lots of pudding choices on the blackboard, including profiteroles and different ice creams. We shared a vanilla and strawberry Panda ice cream, which came with strawberries and cream. We had a great time. The food was amazing and when we left the waiters all said “Ciao Bella” which made us feel good. Esther Jackson (12) Picasso's, 41 Market Street, Brighton, BN1 1HH, 01273 748801

Foxy’s Roast & Grill 14-year-old boys are generally not fussed about vegetables, particularly the green variety. So, I was very pleased to be asked to check out Foxy’s, a grill/restaurant just down from Hove train station. It’s a small, but intimate place – indoors the only seating is at the long bar, but there are a few tables outside on the pavement. If you are sitting at the bar service is very much like being in a bar or pub. The menu is concise and not too busy, it’s largely an American style menu, offering a range of meat based dishes: burgers, steaks, ribs, chicken and the like, plus a couple of fish dishes, brunches and light lunches and salads. There are no starters which suited us fine, although of course you could just order a side dish if that's all you wanted. Dad ordered the gourmet burger which came in ciabatta, with red onion jam and the ‘works’. Too big too handle he had to resort to a knife and fork. His mouth is not that big! He also ordered side dishes of confit potatoes, which are roasted in the drip pan along with onions and garlic, and coleslaw. Very tasty and filling. I’m a big steak fan although it took me some time to work out the system of measurements. Basically, you order either fillet, sirloin or rump (t-bone is also available at a whooping 18ozs) with prices given per 100 grammes. My Dad had to do some mental calculation (he's a pounds and inches throwback) before we hit upon 300 grammes of sirloin. One of the features of Foxy's is that the chef/waiter will produce a large piece of steak on a board and you decide how big you want it. You actually get to see it before its cooked, which is also done before your eyes. I ordered it medium rare and that's exactly what I got - a nice bit of pink flesh inside, very succulent. I also had confit potatoes plus garlic mushrooms Drinks wise Foxy's has a decent selection of beers, wines, spirits, soft drinks, and hot drinks. A good move, particularly in hot weather, is for the glasses to be chilled before the drinks are poured. Refreshing oustide and inside! All in all a great place for older kids and grown ups to indulge their passion for meat in an unfussy, relaxed and informal atmosphere. There's also plenty of non-meat dishes, but not too many greens! Luke Hemmings (14) Foxy’s Roast & Grill, 90 Goldstone Villas Hove, BN3 3RU 01273 776 661


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Oki Nami I love this place. This was our first visit and we will definitely be back. We have been to other Japanese restaurants and we love sushi but we wanted to try out the new kids’ menu here and see if we would be able to bring our young cousins when they visit. This restaurant is calm, peaceful and airy. The staff are really welcoming and friendly. The kids’ menu has three options which are all homemade, freerange, freshly prepared and healthy: chicken yakitori (skewers of chickeni with teriyaki sauce), sakana ten (goujons of white fish in a light crispy batter) and tofu teriyaki (lightly fried organic wedges of tofu with teriyaki sauce). All three come with sticky Japanese rice and stemed vegetables. All of them are £3.95 and and include a drink. The chicken yakatori was tender and sticky; we were glad to have finger bowls. The fish was fluffy on the inside and crunchy on the outside and came with with a tangy soy and ginger dipping sauce. Both of these were absolutely gorgeous and would both have been our favourite, until we tasted the tofu. I do not know how but their tofu is light and crispy and unbelievably tasty. The rice was sticky and delicious and the vegetables were perfectly cruchy. The owner, Mike, was there and he came and talked to us. He was friendly and funny and talked to us about healthy food in a nonboring way, including healthy treats. The interior is modern and airy with big windows, a long bar and a spiral staircase. There was origami hanging from the ceiling like bunting and we were admiring this when we realised that our chopsticks were wrapped in origami paper with printed instructions. After a bit of confusion when we all tried to help each other, we realised we were all making different things! We ended up with a boat, a bird, and – after quite a lot of help from the waitress – a rabbit! We would definitely bring younger kids here, even much younger ones. But teenagers and adults will like it too. Natalie Clark (12) Oki-Nami, 6 New Road, Brighton, East Sussex BN1 1UF, 01273 773777

Sam’s Of Brighton We went to the restaurant on the afternoon of the Men’s Singles Final at Wimbledon. Dad managed to park right outside the restaurant which made mum very happy. Inside we were shown to our table by our waitress Fuz!!! The restaurant was much bigger inside than it looked from the outside. We were having a late lunch at 2pm but the restaurant seemed quite busy. Fuz brought us the menus to choose our lunches and asked what we would like to drink. She also gave Kit pencils and paper to draw with. It seemed quite grown up and I liked how the menus were displayed on the walls in large white picture frames. Mum really liked the wall of family photos that were all in black and white – her favourite. Dad told us that Sam’s used to be owned by a famous actor ‘and that not a lot of people know that’. We ordered our food and drinks and really enjoyed the basket of bread we were given whilst we waited for our food. Kit chose the Sunday roast from the children’s menu with bread sticks to start, I had roast pork from the a la carte menu and enjoyed ‘real chips’ for my starter. Dad had the adults roast beef and butternut squash soup to start, mum had courgette and feta tartlet with new potatoes and the shellfish risotto to start. The waitress was nice and checked with us that we had everything we needed. When we had our starters I tried one of mums tiger prawns which was really nice. We all tucked into my real chips and Kit ate far too much of the delicious bread. Our main courses then arrived. My roast pork was very nice especially the roast potatoes, however Dad’s roast beef was even nicer so for the purpose of the ‘review’ we had to share. Kit gave his mark of approval by clearing his plate. Mum said her meal was very tasty and filling. After a short break we then got to look at the dessert menu. Fuz suggested Kit and I should have the magic ice cream with its special ingredient, magic star dust, which was awesome. Dad had the passion fruit cheese cake which must have tasted good – he kept it to himself, and we all had a taste of mum’s chocolate Amaretto fudge pot which was really nice. We all agreed it was a lovely Sunday lunch and headed home to watch Wimbledon which dad had recorded for us. Flynn (10) & Kit (6) Sam's Of Brighton, 1 Paston Place Kemptown Brighton, BN2 1HA tel 01273 676222

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Special offer 3 courses £10 Sunday – Thursday lunch & dinner Sup Sayur – A delicious sweetcorn and vegetable soup served with giant Javanese prawn crackers ••••••••••••••• Satay Ayam – The famous char-grilled chicken delicacy of the Far East served with a vegetable selection and topped with peanut sauce. ••••••••••••••• We invite our customers to help themselves from our delightful hot buffet consisting of: Daging Tiram – Beef cooked in oyster sauce with ginger and green peppers Udang Sambal – King prawns in a spicy tomato and red pepper sauce with a hint of coconut Ayam Kari – Boneless breast of chicken in a distinctive Malaysian style curry sauce Kachang Kuda – Chickpeas in a delicate curry sauce Sajur Tumis – Seasonal stir-fry of mixed vegetables Mee Goreng – Soft noodles fried with egg and vegetables Keripik – Peanuts and potato crisps in a dry caramel sauce of chilli, onion, peppers and lemon grass

www.balibrasserie.co.uk

Indonesian Salad – Mixed salad in a light dressing Nasi Putih – Boiled rice Accompaniment – Sambal Blacan hot chilli shrimp paste £10 + 10% service A fish or vegetarian version of this menu is available •••••••••••••••

Live music every Thursday and Friday & Karaoke every Sunday ••••••••••••••• Open 7 days a week for lunch 12.30–2.00pm and dinner 6.30–10.30pm/11.00pm Friday/Saturday


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HOTLIST 21 Elizabethan Cottage Tandoori

L7 Hotlist Eateries and bars catering for all tastes. For more dining options visit www.thelatest.co.uk

Italian

American

Donatello

Rock & Roller

Flagship venue of this local family-run business serving excellent value Italian food in stylish surroundings. Brilliant-value meal deals on blackboards outside – two courses £6.95, three £8.95 – as well as à la carte. The haunt of celebs in season from soap stars to politicos. Fun, friendly and fabulous value. Brighton Place, Brighton BN1 1HJ, 01273 775477, www.donatello.co.uk

Enjoy fabulous American-inspired food – including mammoth home-made burgers (beef, chicken and vegetarian), locally smoked ribs and sizzling steaks – at Rock & Roller. Upstairs you’ll find an entire floor dedicated to pool, with five tables to choose from. Join the Pool Loyalty Scheme – play nine hours and get a tenth hour free. Rock & Roller, 95 Western Rd, Brighton, BN1 2LB, 01273 710014, www.rock8roller.co.uk

Fat Leo The Gallery

British & modern European Bardsley’s Probably Brighton’s most popular fish and chip shop and restaurant with a large loyal clientele. Traditional and family-run with favourites and excellent daily fish specials. Open for lunch and dinner Tuesday to Saturday, it’s also a great party venue. There are massive fish platters and seasonal seafood, plus vegetarian choices. 22–23a Baker Street, Brighton, BN1 4JN, 01273 681256

The Gallery An independent British restaurant in the heart of Brighton’s Lanes, The Gallery prides itself in serving the very best fresh, locally sourced and seasonal menu. Head chef Mosa Jobi joined the team in 2007 from the Dorchester Mayfair Hotel in London. The Gallery restaurant offers a warm environment to celebrate any occasion. 28 East Street, Brighton, BN1 1HL, 01273 773327

The Restaurant At Drakes Nestled inside Brighton’s finest designer hotel – the perfect setting for intimate dinners or private parties. Winner of two coveted AA Rosettes, Drakes offers exquisite cuisine with the highest quality seasonal ingredients. 2-course menu for £28; 3 courses for £36. 5-course chef’s menu £50. Private dining room for up to 12 people. 43–44 Marine Parade, Brighton, BN2 1PE, 01273 696934, www.drakesofbrighton.com L’Église

Established in 1987 and set in a 16th century building, Elizabethan Cottage Tandoori carefully blends Bangladeshi & Indian influences, creating great food and an atmosphere with a difference. It’s not just a meal, but an experience. 130–136 Old London Road, Patcham, Brighton, BN1 8YA, 01273 507075

Chinese Gars Restaurant This old Brighton favourite offers an exciting menu with some great new ideas and a wholly different experience in terms of style and presentation. Smart service, beautiful interiors and a chic atmosphere make this one of the city’s top places to be seen. Start downstairs at the bar. Eat from £10. 19 Prince Albert Street, Brighton 01273 321321, www.gars.co.uk

French Cocoa Patisserie Cocoa is an authentic French patisserie near Brighton Station. Everything is homemade on the premises each morning with the finest ingredients. A selection of pastries, cakes, tarts, biscuits, jams, ice creams, sandwiches, quiches, toasties and salads to eat in or take away. Beautiful cakes made to order. 48 Queens Road, Brighton, BN1 3XB, 01273 777412

New Steine Bistro This cosy French bistro with regular art exhibitions is the perfect setting to enjoy homemade French food using local produce as much as possible. Their reasonably priced menu starts at £12.50 for 2 courses, £14.50 for 3, Sunday to Thursday; and £16.50 for 2 courses, £18.50 for 3 on Friday and Saturday. A la carte menu available. Open 6pm. 10/11 New Steine, Brighton, BN2 1PB, 01273 681546/695415 www.newsteinehotel.com/restaurant.asp

L’Église Traditional French restaurant offering classic cuisine for contemporary tastes. A la carte menu Tuesday to Sunday with daily specials. Locally sourced produce including freshly caught fish, and an Anglo-French cheeseboard. Enjoy the south-facing terrace with the twocourse lunch menu, Tuesday–Saturday, 12–6pm at £9.95 or relax on a Sunday with a delicious French roast. 196 Church Road, Hove, 01273 220868, www.legliserestaurant.co.uk

Indian Chaula’s Chaula’s is renowned for its signature dishes, distinctive décor and friendly staff. All meals are made fresh to order and every curry has its own distinctively flavoured sauce. Also a wide variety of vegetarian, vegan and gluten and wheat-free dishes. Buffet available 11am–3pm Mon–Sat. Eastgate House, 6 Eastgate Street, Lewes, BN7 2LP, 01273 476707, www.chaulas.co.uk

The Chilli Pickle Winner of two AA Rosette awards, The Chilli Pickle is an Indian bistro in the heart of the North Lanes. The food is regional Indian cuisine executed at the highest level. Lunch is packed full of Indian street food as well as a good selection of Thalis, Kathi Kebabs and the ever popular Masala Dosa. Sumptuous feasts at dinner include the national award-winning Oxtail Madras. Belgian Beers, Original IPA, luxury loose teas and a well thought out wine list also feature. 42 Meeting House Lane, Brighton, 01273 323824, www.thechillipicklebistro.co.uk

The budget branch of the Donatello stable but you’d be hard-pressed to see why. Quality family dining in the Italian mould but a little less expensive. Popular with students and young families, with trendy interiors, and a menu with the signature set-price boards proclaiming any two courses £5.95, and three at £7.95. 16–17 Market Street, Brighton BN1 1HH, 01273 325135, www.fatleo.co.uk

Japanese Moshi Moshi Is there a better and cooler place to eat Japanese in Brighton? We don’t think so, and neither do Moshi Moshi’s ever-growing fan base. Their sushi is fantastic, the service great, and they’ve won a brace of awards for their work in fish conservation. If you’re not yet a Moshi member, you’re missing out: their 50% off on Moshi Mondays are a phenomenom. Opticon, Bartholomew Square, Brighton, BN1 1JS, 01273 719195, www.moshibrighton.couk

Fat Leo

Thai Sabai Thai Gastrobar Sabai transports you to the beach bars of Samui or the contemporary restaurants of Bangkok. With its cosy Thai cushions nestled up on a raised platform, enjoy a 2-for-1 cocktail or dishes in the afternoon from just £4.95. With an acoustic guitarist on Wednesdays and Sundays. 165–169 Princes House, Princes Place, North St, Brighton, 01273 773030, www.sabaibrighton.co.uk

Check out Andrew Kay’s comprehensive Brighton, Hove and Sussex Food & Drink directory online at www.thelatest.co.uk

To add your entry to our Hotlist call Advertising on 01273 818150


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Lose it New courses start week commencing 10th May

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magine getting the results of liposuction without the surgery: no pain, no needles, no down time and instant results. They say success doesn’t come easily, but with this inch-busting treatment, I beg to differ! Laser lipo, branded by some (with good reason) as ‘lazy lipo’ is a non-invasive inch-loss treatment with immediate results. This fat-melting laser system is a safe, painless and fast treatment for body contouring and has recently been featured on Supersize Vs Superskinny as a fat reduction measure that works. It has also been dubbed as “Best for Mummy Tummies” by Red magazine and “The Love Handle Liquidator” in Hello magazine. So, how does it work? Well, laser lipo by Lapex BCS is a revolutionary medical device for spot laser fat reduction. It is the Class 2 3B Hazard Cold Red Laser which makes it possible to achieve fantastic results without any risks: no swelling, no pain, no bruising, no down time – yet the results are instant. Revitalise offer laser lipo trials for just £50. During your 60-minute appointment you will receive a full consultation including the completion of a medical questionnaire. You then need to choose the area you would like to have worked on – the most popular are tummies, thighs, hips, and the backs of the arms – yes, the dreaded ‘bingo wings’! The targeted fatty area of your choice will then be accurately measured. Two large Diode Laser paddles are placed on the targeted fatty areas and secured with straps. Then two smaller Probe Lasers are placed over the appropriate lymphatic glands and held in place. The Laser Lipo BCS will then be switched on for 10 minutes, re-located and turned on for another 10 minutes; this will be repeated one more time for a maximum of 30 minutes. The treated area will then be re-measured to assess the inch-loss achieved. You can expect to see a total reduction of between 0.5 and 3 inches (1.25 and 8cm) after your first treatment. It really is that instant. In order to increase the body’s ability to remove the Triglycerides (the broken down fat cells), it is necessary to assist this natural process by increasing the metabolic rate. 30 minutes of any moderate exercise on the day of the treatment would do the job. However, for maximum benefit, Power Plates are branded as the most effective way to fast-track the elimination of the liquified fat from laser treatment as the vibrations of the plates stimulate the lymphatic system at a high frequency. Whats more, Power Plate classes are extremely enjoyable. The majority of clients continue doing them on a regular basis to maintain their shape and tone as well as for general fitness. For best results, a course of two laser lipo treatments a week for four weeks is recommended. An individual treatment is £150; a course of four is £550 (save £50); and a course of eight is £950 (save £250). Sarah, from Sussex, completed the course and was delighted with the results: “Losing a total of 8 inches from my stomach has made me feel so much better in myself and reminded me that it is possible to look great over 40!” Revitalise special offer: anyone who signs up for a course of laser lipo sessions following a £50 trial receives a free Power Plate class with every laser lipo treatment. And as with any magical fix, you would need to eat a balanced diet and exercise weekly in order to Clare Brown of wellbeing centre prevent the fat from building up again. Revitalise on the classes and If you would like to apply for your treatments that introductory £50 session (which is will leave you a saving of £100), then contact looking and Revitalise on 01273 738389 or feeling great. email health@revitalise-u.com. This month: Revitalise, 86 Church Road, Hove, laser lipo 01273 738389, www.revitalise-u.co.uk


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L7 WHAT’S ON

> Tuesday 13 to Monday 19 July>

To be, or not...

Mussolini: A One Man Political Farce

Award-winning performer George Dillon is part of a stunning season of Edinburgh previews at The Nightingale Theatre with The Man Who Was Hamlet, writes Andrew Kay

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ho really wrote Hamlet? Award-winning performer George Dillon returns to The Nightingale with his new play, The Man Who Was Hamlet, which tells the comical, tragical, romantic and utterly scandalous history of Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford, the leading alternative candidate for the authorship of the works of William Shakespeare. Dillon proposes that, “The fairy-tale story of the man from Stratford – an unschooled glove-maker’s son who left his wife to find wealth and fame as a playwright in London – is widely believed... but there is actually very little evidence for any of it.” But who was Edward de Vere, the man Dillon suggest is the real bard? “Well a brilliant but disgraceful aristocrat whose life and character strikingly echo Shakespeare’s most famous character. Edward de Vere was a courtier, swordsman, adventurer and poet, who was hailed as the best of the secret court writers, especially for his comedies. But no plays have survived bearing de Vere’s name and his poetry suddenly stopped after the first invention of ‘William Shake-speare’.” So was de Vere the inspiration and role model for Hamlet... or was he really the author? In Dillon’s seventh solo show, directed by Denise Evans with music by Charlotte Glasson, the dying Dane’s last words summon the ghost of Edward de Vere to tell his own story, restore his wounded name and triumph over time. Since Stunning the Punters in 1990, George Dillon has created several compelling one man shows which have toured extensively in the UK and abroad. This year will be his fourteenth appearance on the Edinburgh Fringe and The Nightingale dates are a chance to see the new work in advance of that. He won a Herald ‘Angel’ Award in 2000 for his performance in Steven Berkoff’s Graft: Tales Of An Actor, and his last two Edinburgh shows were each nominated for The Stage’s Best Actor Award (Graft in 2000 and The Gospel of Matthew in 2003). 29-30 July, £8.50/7.50

Stagelistings

CHICHESTER FESTIVAL THEATRE, 01243 781312 www.cft.org.uk 42nd Street Classic American musical combines high octane choreography and show-stopping numbers. >Until–28 August, 7.30pm, 2pm matinee Sat, £10–£37. IN REP WITH: Pygmalion Bernard Shaw’s provocative drama with Henry Higgins transforming Eliza Doolittle into a society lady. (Read our exclusive Rupert Everett interview p11) >Until–27 August, 7.30pm, 2pm matinee Sat, £10–£37

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The country is on the brink of bankruptcy and divided by a disastrous war. Parliament is weak and riddled with corruption. Everyone hates politicians. No one knows what to do. Does it sound familiar? This is Italy in the 1920’s. One man has the answer – unfortunately that man is Benito Mussolini - the devout socialist who invented fascism. This violent comedy is written by Ross GurneyRandall and Dave Mounfield and directed by Fringe First Winner Paul Hodson. July 27-28, 7.30pm, £6.50

Against The Odds This charming, funny and deeply moving new one-woman show, is co-written by performer Jade Blue and director George Dillon, inspired by Paul Auster and Weetabix! Flora is a disturbed young woman, a mathematical prodigy, with an unbearable insight into the human predicament. Harry, her story-writer father, is an ordinary man with an extraordinary dilemma caught between doing the right thing and the thing that is best for everyone. Tonight he will see her for the first time in two and a half years... and maybe for the last time ever. You the audience will decide how the story concludes. July 29-30, 6.30pm, £6.50 All tickets available in advance on 01273 709709 or at www.brightonticketshop.com

>Until –17 July, 7.30pm, 2.30pm matinee Thurs and Sat, £14.50–£26.50

> Tuesday 13 July to Monday 19 July> BRIGHTON DOME, PAVILION THEATRE 01273 709709 www.brightondome.org Mother Goosed Pure Corn’s adults only panto stas David Raven (Maisie Trollette), Miss Jason, Jason Prince, Brian Ralfe and Darren East (Miss Dot Com). >13 –18 July, 8pm, 5pm Thur–Sun, £17

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CHICHESTER FESTIVAL THEATRE, MINERVA 01243 781312 www.cft.org.uk The Critic/The Real Inspector Hound Richard Brinsley Sheridan and Tom Stoppard: two playwrights, two centuries apart, both renowned for their wit, are brought together in a double bill. >Until–28 August, 7.45pm, 2pm matinee Sat, £27.50 The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists Howard Brenton's adaptation of Robert Tressell’s classic novel about working men in Edwardian England. >15 July–26 August, 7.45pm 2pm matinee Sat, £21.50–£27.50 EASTBOURNE: CONGRESS THEATRE 01323 412000 www.eastbournetheatres.co.uk Calendar Girls True story of a group of women who pose for a charity calendar with a difference.

EASTBOURNE: DEVONSHIRE PARK THEATRE 01323 412000 www.eastbournetheatres.co.uk Witness For The Prosecution Agatha Christie’s gripping courtroom drama. >Until–24 July, 7.45pm 2.30pm matinee Wed & Sat, £13.50–£19.50 MARLBOROUGH LITTLE THEATRE, BRIGHTON. TICKETS: 01273 709709 www.brightondome.org Closure The seance no one will ever forget. Crimson Horse Theatre present a new work. >Until–15 July, 7.45pm, £8 NEW VENTURE THEATRE, BRIGHTON 01273 702563 www.newventure.org.uk Ten Minute Play Competition Seven new plays staged together – each no more than 10 minutes long and featuring no more than three actors. >Until–17 July, 7.45pm, 2.30pm matinee Sun, no eve performance 11/12 July, £8/9

THEATRE ROYAL BRIGHTON 08448 717650 www.theambassadors.com/theatreroyal Shakespeare: The Man From Stratford Simon Callow stars in this show about the real man behind the Shakespeare legend. (See L7 Interview p11) >13–17 July, 7.45pm, 2.30pm matinee Wed and Sat, £13–£28 Stepping Out Brian Capron and Anita Harris star in the heart-warming story of a froup of tap dancers. >20–24 July, 7.45pm, 2.30pm matinee Thurs and Sat, £26 UPSTAIRS AT THREE AND TEN, BRIGHTON 07800 983 290 www.otherplaceproductions.co.uk Optic Lecoq trained Theatre de l'Autre Côté present a skewed look at British culture. >13 & 4 July, 7.30pm, £6


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MUSIC & CLUB LISTINGS

Clublistings

Musiclistings

> Tuesday 13 to Monday 19 July > > send your club listings to clubs@thelatest.co.uk

> Tuesday 13 to Monday 19 July > > send your music listings to music@thelatest.co.uk

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CASABLANCA Mirrorball. Consider this your lesson in urban cool! 10pm–3am, £5 CONCORDE 2 John 00 Fleming Digital Society. A weekend innoculation of hard-edged progressive trance. 11pm–4am, £5 DIGITAL Stonelove. 11pm–3am, £4 FUNKY BUDDHA LOUNGE Drink, Dance, Repeat. 11pm–4am, £5/3 HONEY CLUB Lollipop. Sexy R’n’B, funky house, hip-hop and pop with the Lollipop boys. 10.30pm–3am, £tbc KOMEDIA Born Bad. A wild and sexy night of delinquent rhythms for discerning hep cats and kittens. 11pm, £6/5 LIFE Big Fish Little Fish Cardboard Box. Fidget, bass and firing electro. 11pm–3am, £6/4 LOLA LO Tiki Beats. 8pm–3am, free-£7 THE GLOBE Donkey Pitch. Head-nodding electronica, skweee, hip-hop, dubstep from Ghost Mutt and DP residents. 9pm–2am, free VOLKS Sicknote. Fragment Presents Euphonic. hip-hop, dubstep, D’n’B, mash-up jungle and all in between. 11pm, £5/1

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MARTHA WAINWIGHT Last year Martha Wainwright and Hal Wilner teamed up to create a live recording of Edith Piaf songs, and now you can hear the live versions. Having grown up speaking French (her recently deceased mother Kate McGarrigle was a FrenchCanadian) both Piaf and Wainwright exude passion and a confessional intimacy when singing, and so this seems like a perfect match. Thursday 15 July, Concert Hall, Brighton Dome

SOUNDWAVES FESTIVAL 2010 Since its inception in 2007, Soundwaves has provided an outlet for sound experimentalists, visual artists and musical pioneers. The threeday festival features Micachu, London Sinfonietta, Apartmenthouse, Mikhail Karikis, Sarah Nicolls, Gabriel Prokofiev, Simon Pyke and many more. Most performances take place at the Sallis Benney Theatre, with further multi-arts events in Jubilee Square. Visit www.soundwaves-festival.org.uk Friday 16-Sunday 18 July, Sallis Benney Theatre

SPEAR OF DESTINY Formed from the ashes of Theatre Of Hate, Spear Of Destiny are led by the energetic and brilliant front man, songwriter Kirk Brandon. Melodic power rock with plenty of punk influences is the order of the day, and with their reputation for a stunning live show it’s no wonder the band continue to enjoy a big fanbase to this day. This gig has been moved from The Engine Room due to its closure. Saturday 17 July, Prince Albert

LEGENDARY SHACK SHAKERS Offering a ferocious mix of rockabilly, punk rock, swamp blues and country, this amazing live band (led by one J.D. Wilkes) evoke a rural America in decline via a thundering rhythm section and and a hard-driving rock sound. Seventh album Agridustrial is just out, and once again it’s a hi-octane ride resplendent with melody. Monday 19 July, Komedia

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Brighton bands will be decamping to Suffolk this weekend to play their part in the fifth birthday celebrations of Latitude Festival

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EASTBOURNE EXTREME SPORTS FESTIVAL

Bleedin’ Heart

If you missed Paddle Round The Pier (see Celebcity and Reviews) then never fear – Eastbourne Extreme Sports Festival takes place this weekend with a more adrenaline-fuelled take on air, land and water-based outdoor pursuits. One of the biggest free extreme sports festivals in the UK, it will take in everything from street hockey and skate basketball to jet skiing, powerboating and kitesurfing, while the Animal Relentless Bike Tour, one of the UK's leading BMX display teams, will be performing daring stunts on ramps, pipes and rails. There’ll be plenty of taster sessions, with lessons available in sailing and windsurfing, Zorbing on Five Acre Field, and even roller discos at The Sovereign Centre and Crowborough Sport Centre. And look out for the Brighton Kite Flyers, who’ll be putting on displays in Five Acres Field. 17-18 July, Eastbourne’s Eastern seafront, 11am-7pm, for details visit www.eastbourneextreme.co.uk

An exhibition by members of the Cor Blimey Arts collective, an artist led studio and gallery complex in Deptford, South East London, who strive to make interesting contemporary work. Artists include Gillian Best Powell, Arnold Borgerth, Rosalind Davis, Kasia Fijalkowska, Leyla Folwell, Pierre Gerard and many others. Bleedin’ Heart, Blue Dog Gallery, 20 Gardner Street, 01273 622440. Until 16 July

Jane Andrews Mostly executed over a two-year period following her husband’s diagnosis with Parkinson’s, Jane Andrew’s often dark yet quirky and subversive paintings make comment on social, cultural and domestic restrictions – her attempts to understand, interpret and laugh at lifes complexities. Jane Andrews, Weekend Gallery, Hastings, 01424 719296. Until 8 August.

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Gig posters and limited edition screen printed marvels from Brighton’s underground rock art revolutionaries, the Brighton Rock Artists Grouyp (BRag). Expect new works, old works, and end of runs from the likes of Matt Douthwaite, MNKY, Dan T(error)IST Mongsterr, Rhys Wootton, Screenprince, Jemma Trewek and Sam Chivers. BRAG, York Place Studios, 28 York Place, www.bragart.co.uk. Every Fri & Sat in July

Smiling Inside

Two of this country’s creative heavyweights come together to do battle, an eclectic mash up of raw and cutting edge art makers. This new art space in the heart of Brighton will host the likes of Goldie, Jamie Reid, Dan Baldwin, Ryca, Ben Allen, Andy Doig and many others. It may be on the surface a David and Goliath mismatch but Brighton can seriously punch above its weight.... Brighton vs London, Geisha Arts, 75 East Street, 01273 770847. Until 10 August

Well, here’s your chance. Latest 7 has teamed up with City College Brighton and Hove to offer two outstanding writers the chance to become qualified journalists. You will be sponsored by us to complete the NCTJ Multimedia Journalism Diploma course starting Sept 2010. It’s three days a week – for the other two you’ll be an intern at Latest, working across Latest 7, Latest Homes and Latest TV on a wide range of duties. We are looking for someone with passion, an eye for a good news story and the ability to go that extra mile to get the best features. We’d like applications from A-level students aged under 19 on 1 September. We will consider older students who have their own funding. Apply to Lynn Channen in Admissions on LC3@ccb.ac.uk or 01273 667788 ext. 334. For more info or an informal chat email Peter on pl1@ccb.ac.uk or Jan on jgo@ccb.ac.uk


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Dir: Nicholas Stoller

Comedy following rock god Aldous Snow (Russell Brand) and his hapless aid Aaron Greenberg (Jonah Hill) – who’s been tasked with escorting Snow to LA’s Greek Theatre for his gig. Sounds simple, right? Not quite so: with drug smuggling, brawls and lap dances, this is anything but... Showing at Cineworld and Odeon

Showing this week The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (12A) Dir: David Slade

Quick recap from New Moon: Bella loves Edward, the vampire with the cool hair, but he left, after which she became close to her friend Jacob, who turned out to be a werewolf. She’s got a knack, y’know. Will fur and tooth relations improve? Who’s killing folks in nearby Seattle? And which of the two men in her life will Bella choose? Showing at Cineworld and Odeon

Inception (15) Dir: Christopher Nolan

Predators (15) Dir: Nimrod Antal

Shrek Forever After 2D & 3D (U) Dir: Mike Mitchell

This time around, in another fairytale-centric story, the devious Rumpelstiltskin tricks Shrek into signing a contract that erases him from existence. No-one knows who Shrek is – he is a stranger to his wife Fiona, his BFF Donkey, and he’s a ‘wanted’ ogre in Far Far Away. Uh-oh. Showing at Cineworld, Odeon and Connaught

It’s back! Remember those scary killing aliens from the late ‘80s with an uncanny knack for camouflage? Here they are again, all souped up and on their home turf. Or so it seems to mercenary Adrien Brody’s Royce. We know! A heck of a departure from his usual roles, but a blazer of an actor. Anyway, Royce wakes up in hostile jungle terrain, with a collection of fellow abductees, all of which are also mercenaries in one form or another with the noticeably exception of Topher Grace’s disgraced doctor, Edwin. Before long the tough nut posse realise they are actually in a massive game reserve – and they’re the game! With hidden enemies out to get them, the group have to work out why they’ve specifically been selected. Can these fiercely independent individuals work together to survive? With Laurence Fishburne, Danny Trejo and Alice Braga co-starring as the fierce rabbits in the headlights. Showing at Odeon and Cineworld

Heartbreaker (15) Dir: Pascal Chaumeil

A French romantic comedy with bite, stars Romain Duris and Julie Ferrier as siblings who scrape a crust by splitting up couples who have lost thier zest.

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Leonardo DiCaprio stars as Dom Cobb, a thief who can steal into your dreams and take your secrets. Both blessed and cursed with this gift, he’s offered redemption and a clean slate on the condition he complete one last job. Not to steal an idea but to plant one. And then it gets complicated. Pursued by an enemy that knows his movements before he does, he fights to survive. Showing at Duke of York’s

Leaving (Partir) (15) Dir: Catherine Corsini Suzanne (Kristen Scott Thomas) is a bored bourgeois housewife in the South of France who decides to go back to work. Her lovely hubbie Samuel (Yvan Attal) helps her by setting up a consulting room for her physiotherapy. Thing is, the builder commissioned with creating the studio (Sergi Lopez) has other ideas, and his pursuit of Suzanne explodes into violence and chaos. Pow! Showing at Duke Of York’s

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Shrek Forever After

Heartbreaker (15) 4.00, 9.00 Robin Hood (12A) 11.00am Sons Of Cuba (na) 1.30 Vincere (15) 6.30

Dogtooth (18) 8.45 Get Him To The Greek (15) 7.15, 9.35 Predators (15) 12.30, 3.00, 6.00, 8.45 Shrek Forever After (U) 1.00, 1.45, 2.45, 3.15, 4.15, 5.30, 6.30, 8.15, 9.15 The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (12A) 12.45, 1.30, 2.15, 3.30, 4.30, 5.15, 5.45, 6.15, 8.00, 8.30, 9.00, 9.30

WEDNESDAY 14 Get Him To The Greek (15) 7.15, 9.35 Predators (15) 12.30, 3.00, 6.00, 8.45 Shrek Forever After (U) 1.00, 1.45, 2.45, 3.15, 4.15, 5.30, 6.30, 8.15, 9.15 The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (12A) 12.45, 1.30, 2.15, 3.30, 4.30, 5.15, 5.45, 6.15, 6.45, 8.00, 8.30, 9.00, 9.30

THURSDAY 15 Alice In Wonderland (15) 10.30am Get Him To The Greek (15) 7.15, 9.35 Predators (15) 12.30, 3.00, 6.00, 8.45 Shrek Forever After (U) 1.00, 1.45, 2.45, 3.15, 4.15, 5.30, 6.30, 8.15, 9.15 The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (12A) 12.45, 1.30, 2.15, 3.30, 4.30, 5.15, 5.45, 6.15, 6.45, 8.00, 8.30, 9.00, 9.30

Greenberg (15) 8.15 Shrek Forever After 3D (U) 5.00, 7.45

Greenberg (15) 8.15 Shrek Forever After 3D (U) 7.45

The Brothers Bloom (12A) 1.30, 6.30 Heartbreaker (15) 4.00, 9.00 Robin Hood (12A) 11.00am

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The Twilight Saga: Eclipse

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THURSDAY 15 Greenberg (15) 8.15 Shrek Forever After 3D (U) 5.00, 7.45

THURSDAY 15

FRIDAY 16

Heartbreaker (15) 3.30, 8.45 Lebanon (15) 1.30 Sons Of Cuba (na) 6.15

TUESDAY 13

Sex And The City 2 (15) 7.45 Shrek Forever After 3D (U) 5.00, 7.15

Get Him To The Greek (15) 4.20, 6.50, 9.15 Heartbreaker (15) 3.45, 8.45 Predators (15) 2.10, 4.40, 7.10, 9.40 Shrek Forever After 2D (U) 6.15 Shrek Forever After 3D (U) 3.15, 4.10, 5.45, 6.40, 9.15 The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (12A) 2.30, 3.30, 4.30, 5.30, 6.30, 7.30, 8.30, 9.00, 9.30

FRIDAY 16 Inception (15) 3.30, 8.45 Leaving (Partir) (15) 1.30, 6.15

SATURDAY 17 Inception (15) 3.30, 8.45 Leaving (Partir) (15) 1.30, 6.15 Madeline (U) 11.00am

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MONDAY 19

Get Him To The Greek (15) 4.20, 6.50, 9.15 Heartbreaker (15) 3.45, 8.45 Predators (15) 2.10, 4.40, 7.10, 9.40 Shrek Forever After 2D (U) 6.15 Shrek Forever After 3D (U) 3.15, 4.10, 5.45, 6.40, 9.15 The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (12A) 2.30, 3.30, 4.30, 5.30, 6.30, 7.30, 8.30, 9.00, 9.30

Inception (15) 3.30, 8.45 Leaving (Partir) (15) 1.30, 6.15

THURSDAY 15

SUNDAY 18 Inception (15) 3.30, 8.30 Leaving (Partir) (15) 1.30 Walker (18) 6.00

Get Him To The Greek

Get Him To The Greek (15) 4.20, 6.50, 9.15 Heartbreaker (15) 3.45, 8.45 Predators (15) 2.10, 4.40, 7.10, 9.40 Shrek Forever After 2D (U) 6.15 Shrek Forever After 3D (U) 3.15, 4.10, 5.45, 6.40, 9.15 The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (12A) 2.30, 3.30, 4.30, 5.30, 6.30, 7.30, 8.30, 9.00, 9.30

Films showing Friday 16–Monday 19

Films showing Friday 16–Monday 19

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Check with cinema to confirm film showings and times

Furry Vengeance

SATURDAY 17 Avatar 3D (PG) 7.15 Furry Vengeance (PG) 10.15am Sex And The City 2 (15) 4.15, 7.45 Shrek Forever After 3D (U) 10.30, 1.0, 5.00 Shrek Forever After 2D (U) 2.00

SUNDAY 18 Avatar 3D (PG) 7.15 Sex And The City 2 (15) 4.15, 7.45 Shrek Forever After 3D (U) 1.30, 5.00 Shrek Forever After 2D (U) 2.00

MONDAY 19 I Am Love (15) 2.00 Sex And The City 2 (15) 2.30 Shrek Forever After 3D (U) 5.00, 7.15


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TERRY SAUNDERS: SIX AND A HALF LOVES (EDINBURGH PREVIEW)

TUESDAY 13 LEGENDS Wine On Tuesdays. Soak up work blues with BOGOHP on vino! >11pm–5am, free MARINE TAVERN Pub Quiz. Brain drain at the cosy little pub! >9pm, £1 MARLBOROUGH Bingo’s Not A Dirty Word. With Kath. Winner takes the pot, job done! >8pm, £1 QUEEN’S ARMS Karaoke Party with Betty. >9pm R BAR Twisted Karaoke. >12pm–2am, free REVENGE Sound As A Pound. Its a mid-week mash-up throwing out ’80s, ’90s, ’00s, electro, pop, dance and cheese. >10.30pm, £1 THE BASEMENT Scene Queen. DJ Li’l Alex spins the soundtrack. All welcome! >11pm–4am, free

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trictly speaking, Terry Saunders is a stand-up comedian. And a storyteller. Oh, and an animator. And sometimes, as on this occasion, he uses his gifts from all three and brings them together into one night of story wordsmithing magic. To be fair, Six And A Half Loves is already a hugely successful YouTube series so he could’ve just left it there. Instead this man who has been up for three – count ’em – Chortle awards and won the gong for Innovation In Comedy is taking the popular animations in show form up to Edinburgh. He’s going to play the popular Pleasance Courtyard every afternoon for a fortnight. And he’s only got a couple more weeks before it starts, which means we’ve caught an Edinburgh preview in what should be a reasonably polished stage in its development. Six And A Half Loves promises a combination of storytelling and animation to tell of perfect couples that never quite reach their perfection. It’s a badly kept secret but a lot of comics are actually quite poetic at heart. Terry Saunders doubly so. Previously, Terry has held monthly storytelling shows at Upstairs At Three And Ten and they’ve been unmissable hilarity – an apparent ramshackle

structure that gives you hope you won’t have to go home for ages, ‘cos Terry can’t remember how to end it. Each show is brilliant, which is why it wasn’t surprising when he was named a Time Out Top 10 Comedian. Plus, he has his own Radio 4 show with Kevin McCloud – ‘Dad Designs’. Fresh ideas are Terry’s calling card, making this a real top tip. Thursday 16 July, 8pm, £7, Upstairs At Three And Ten follow me on twitter

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Comedy highlights THURSDAY 15 Brian Gittens And Friends Pyecombe's finest roadside cafe owner, Mr Brian Gittins, welcomes you to another evening of entertainment. Every month, Brian introduces two acts he's met on the comedy circuit and somehow co-opted to perform. Upstairs At Three And Ten, 8pm, £9/7

Maff Brown A preview of this year’s Edinburgh show from Maff Brown, sometime Krater compere and all round good egg. Komedia, check venue for time and prices

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Joey Page Spending the last couple of years learning and refining his uniquely surreal brand of indie comedy and most recently supporting Noel Fielding and Josie Long, Joey has caught the eye of many a peer and punter. Caroline of Brunswick, 8pm, £5

SATURDAY 17 Krater Comedy Club See Thursday. Komedia, 7pm, 8pm & 10.30pm, £17.50, £17.50 & £15

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Krater Comedy Club Featuring on Thursday: Romesh Ranganathan, Simon Lipson and Paul F Taylor. And for the rest of the weekend: Milton Jones, Dan Atkinson, Alistair Barrie, Andrew Stanley and Rich Perry. MC is Stephen Grant. Komedia, 8pm, £8.50/6.50

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Prince Arthur Comedy Night Some Of The South's Finest Giving Us A Little Of What They Are Taking Up To Edinburgh. Jaq Bayles, Kerry Herbert, Romesh Ranganathan, Robin Buckland, Tony Tinman, Richard Massing and Tash Dhanraj. Prince Arthur Pub, 8.30pm, free

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Terry Saunders: Six And A Half Loves See Highlight. Upstairs At Three And Ten, 8pm, £7/5

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Laughing Horse Comedy Club Here every Saturday. Be entertained by a mix of London and Brighton comics, and compere Sajeela Kershi. Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant, 8.30pm, £6/5

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Red Brick Comedy Club Catch two rising stars, a top compere and a world-class headliner. This month's headliner is Joe Wilkinson – named Hackney Empire New Act of the Year in 2006 Upstairs At Three And Ten, 10pm, £10/7.50

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SUNDAY 18 Krater Comedy Club See Thursday. Komedia, 8pm, £11/6

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The R.I.P Dennis Hopper Show Celebrate a true rebel. Live music, comedy and film.

MONDAY 19 Kevin Precious and Susan Murray Edinburgh previews Both previewing their Edinburgh Fringe shows. Latest Musicbar, 8pm, £5/4

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FRIDAY 16 Krater Comedy Club See Thursday. Komedia, 7.30pm, £16

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WEDNESDAY 14 AMSTERDAM The Piano Man. >8pm, free LEGENDS Legends Wednesday. Swig wine alfresco on the terrace or chill out at the bar. >11am–5am MARLBOROUGH Open Mic Night. >8.30pm, free QUEEN’S ARMS Pride’s Got Talent. Sing, dance, drag or get your prized pet on a unicycle through flames. >8.30pm, free R-BAR Alternative Beats. Latest chart tunes remixed, electro vibes and filthy house > 12pm–2am, free THE BASEMENT Gabbi’s Dirty Handbag. Dirty handbag and house tunes. >11pm–4am, free THE PV AT THE JURYS OUT TV & Music Quiz. > 8pm, £1

THURSDAY 15 CHARLES STREET BAR Mad Cow XXL: My Cow Is On Fire. >8pm–3am, £1 (goes to charity) CHARLES STREET CLUB Get Some. Smoking hot dance,electro and chart. >10pm, £1 LEGENDS Coreaoke with Tammy Twinkle. >11am–5am, free QUEEN’S ARMS Karaoke Party with Spice. >9pm R-BAR Pre-Girls on Top Party. Funked up, soulful and uplifiting house from 9.30pm. >12pm–2am REVENGE Girls On Top Vs ER. If pop isn’t your remedy maybe Emergency Room is your cure! >10.30pm, £4/free THE BASEMENT DLite. Regular guest DJs lay down commercial house tracks. >11pm–4am, free

FRIDAY 16 BULLDOG DJ Marcia + Guy’s Karaoke. Spinning a non-stop club mix! >10pm, free CHARLES STREET BAR Candyfloss. Bubblegum tunes and sweet camp pop. >Bar open 11am, free DOCTOR BRIGHTONS Heads Up! Its Friday with DJ Dab. Dance and house. > 9.30pm–2am, free HEIST Brighter Days. Upfront and deep, soulful, funky and jackin’ house! > 9pm–2am, free LEGENDS Pre-Celebration. Pure pop. > 7pm, free MADAME GEISHA Thank Funk Vs Kit Kat Cabaret. Upfront house, funk and soul. > 7pm, free MARLBOROUGH BAR & THEATRE Q&A. Indie, electro, soul, punk, and the classics. > 5pm, free QUEEN’S ARMS Mr Gay QA 2010. See Highlight. > 12pm–1am, free R-BAR Tops & Bottoms. DJ Smiffy hauls her best in trash, pop and party tunes from Girls on Top to RBar. > 12pm–7am, free REVENGE Lollipop Gleeks Vs Starlight. Pop ’n’ dance mish mash just got gleekier. > 10pm–4am,£5/free THE BASEMENT Celebration with Dolly Rocket. Girly pop and handbag tracks. > 11pm–4am, free

SATURDAY 17 CHARLES STREET BAR Fierce. Cocktails, funky house and commercial tunes! > 9pm–3am, free LEGENDS Pre-Ignition. Ignition DJ sounds from

>highlight MR GAY QA 2010 The matriarch of Brighton’s gay pub roster pulls out another giant dollop of delectable camp delights from her handbag as Mr Gay QA lands on her stage! Andy B will put the boys through their paces, ensuring packaging and personality are well tuned with his ‘experienced’ eye! So buff up your bod, polish your pecs and slap on your best undies. If you fancy yourself as a bit of an Adonis or just yourself, be there before 8.30pm for a chance to win £100 cash and a photographic portfolio courtesy of Kodak! Tasty. Friday 16 July, Queen’s Arms

7pm plus bar and terrace open all day. > 7pm, free MARLBOROUGH BAR AND THEATRE Cherry Pop. Cheesy upbeat classics! >8pm, free QUEEN’S ARMS Cabaret: Spice + Karaoke. > 12pm–12am R-BAR Kinky Classics. A pre-clubbing crowd get ready for Kinky Dangerous. > Bar open 12pm–7am, free REVENGE Kinky Dangerous. Four DJs, two floors of funky house, electro and pop equals 6.5 hours of frolics. >10.30pm, £7/3 THE BASEMENT Ignition. With the funky house and chart remix sounds of DJ Peter Castle. >11pm–4am, free THE PV AT THE JURYS OUT PV Brunch + Booty Call. >12pm–2am, free WATERHALL Five a-side Football Tournament. >10am–5pm, free

SUNDAY 18 AMSTERDAM Sunday Lunch + Connie's Karaoke. >12pm–1am, free AUDIO Sunday Sundae. Free BBQ dining and the very funkiest in sexy alfresco fun! > 6pm, £4/2 CHARLES STREET BAR Showtime. With the most talented drag acts on the circuit! > 7.15pm, free DOCTOR BRIGHTONS Recovery Room + Electro Therapy. Funky and dirty electro house. > 8pm HONEY CLUB Afrodisiac. Erotic party excess with a vibrant mix of storming house dance floor fillers. > 11pm–3am, £3.50/2 LEGENDS Sunday Cabaret + Chill Out Bar. >3.15pm, free QUEEN’S ARMS Cabaret: Large Marge + Betty’s Karaoke. >12pm, free R-BAR Sublime Sundays + Barmy Bingo. >12pm–2am, free THE BASEMENT Restitution. Disco and pop remixes. >11pm–4am, free

MONDAY 19 CHARLES STREET CLUB Studio 150. Pop, trash, a smattering of Indie, and all the classics that keep the dancefloor jumping. >10pm, £1.50 LEGENDS Miss Jason’s Mayhem. A zany night of games, vocals & oodles of fun. >11am–5am, free QUEENS ARMS Tammy Twinkle’s Cabaret Karaoke Show.>8pm–1am, free THE BASEMENT Chic. Decades of delicious disco anthems. >11pm–4am, free

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L7 Under review Read more reviews of local shows online at www.thelatest.co.uk EDDIE PALMIERI AND THE AFRO-CARIBBEAN JAZZ ALL STARS

DAVID GRAY Within the salubrious settings of the Dome Concert Hall, David Gray treated his loyal and at times raucous audience to a vintage performance. He may have limbs that jitter like a Thunderbird puppet having a seizure and uncontrollable head bobbing like Paula Radcliffe towards the end of a marathon, but you cannot deny he is a talent and a very undervalued one at that. It’s easy to forget the hits he has had over a career spanning nearly 20 years, all of which were covered to the delight of a jubilant audience. Gray is a class act, his musicianship first class. All in all this was a delightful concert and ably supported by the talented solo singersongwriter Ruarri Joseph. Concert Hall, Brighton Dome, 8 July JJJJJ Lee Stevens

This ultra-rare appearance by one of the titans of Latin Jazz was the perfect summer show. Following a moody modal intro, we were soon enjoying a percussion battle between the timbales and conga while the others signalled each other for solo slots. Each piece was underpinned by Eddie’s stabbing piano while building relentlessly to an explosive climax. A slower boogaloo/cha cha cha sounded like a sultry afternoon in Spanish Harlem and was followed by a selection of blazing salsa pieces for the many enthusiastic dancers. An encore was demanded and after an amazing conga solo the ensemble went headto-head for a roof-raising finale. Corn Exchange, 3 July JJJJJ Steve Clements

ROD PICOTT/AMANDA SHIRES WITH SUZI RAGSDALE Pic: Paul Toeman

QUARTET This gentle four hander was a quiet study of aging that held few surprises in content but certainly delivered on performance. Susannah York as diva Jean was simply marvelous. Icy cold, brittle and aloof, she stalked the stage like a praying mantis in search of kill. Gwen Taylor as the bumbling contralto Cecily was, as ever, immaculate in the role despite there being little meat for her to tuck into. Michael Jayston was suitably precious as Reggie the tenor but again had little to do. Timothy West had all the best lines, well almost all, and was perfectly cast as the over-sexed bass who was all talk. Sadly the performances were not matched by the script which simply pottered along. With such talent on the stage it seemed like a missed opportunity from Ronald Harwood with little of the insight, depth or high comedy that we saw in his great play The Dresser. Theatre Royal Brighton, 5 July JJJJJ Andrew Kay

These three Nashville-based artists continued the trend for intimate Americana evenings at the former Hanbury. A self-accompanied set of ‘surviving life’ narratives from Suzi ended with Amanda adding texture on violin. Rod and Amanda’s set of laidback front porch songs worked well with Amanda’s Texan twang voice and pizzicato fiddle the perfect compliment to Rod’s husky drawl and guitar. Highlights included the devilbaiting, fiddle-on-fire ‘Long Gone’, the soft-spoken square dance ‘Gun Shy Dog’ and two songs Rod wrote with childhood friend Slaid Cleaves. A fine evening of alt-country with old-time roots delivered by a true Southern belle and gentleman. Brighton Ballroom, 6 July JJJJJ Steve Clements

PADDLE ROUND THE PIER FESTIVAL Blazin' sunshine, a mild sea breeze and free entry to the biggest free watersports festival in Europe. What more could you want? Even if watersports is not your thing, there was an excellent programme of music held in the big top featuring many of Brighton's finest acts, including Baba Slips, Mean Poppa Lean, Transformer, The Half Sisters, Wide Eyed Order, Lucky Jim, Fat 45 and Los Albertos who, as usual, tore the roof off with their party ska craziness. It's all for charity, all the bands play for free, and an enormous amount of work is put into the event every year by a dedicated team of volunteers. Congratulations all round. Hove Lawns, 3-4 July JJJJJ Jeff Hemmings

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PIANO MAN RUFUS WAINWRIGHT

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t’s almost six months now since Rufus Wainwright’s mother Kate McGarrigle died but the impact on the singer’s life and his work is still evident. His latest album is steeped in sorrow and so, too, was this Brighton Centre concert. He even took a moment to talk about that sorrow and how sharing that with his audience has helped him with his grief. But it was not all sorrow – his songs do come with a huge helping of sadness, but Wainwright himself comes with a great deal of wit and humour, and between songs it was there in spades. With only a piano and no band as on new album All Days Are Nights: Songs For Lulu, he ran through a fine selection of numbers, highlighting of course that new album, but also digging deeper into his back catalogue. You could have heard a pin drop as what must have been the most attentive and respectful audience sat, gripped by his accomplished piano playing and soaring voice. And what a voice; it has the quality of a finely made and well played cello, smooth, mellifluous and capable of quietness and extreme passion. His set included work from ... Lulu, his opera, old albums and newer work including one of his

settings of Shakespeare’s sonnets. And the audience lapped it up. He excused himself from singing one number that would be too demanding after his prior night out celebrating gay pride in London, but he did treat us to a song which he described as a work that is both the most difficult to sing and to play. He was twice joined by pianist Stephen Oremus, allowing him to stand and sing a selection of numbers form his Judy Garland repertoire. It was a popular departure that added some light to the shade as he sang classics like ‘The Trolley Song’ and ‘Zing Went The Strings Of My Heart’. Penultimately he sang ‘Walking Song’, from his mother and aunt’s second album. “It’s about my mum and dad” he said in his only reference to his father, Loudon. This was a moving performance but never mawkish, Wainwright proving that he is a creative force to be reckoned with and a performer who can hold an audience in rapt delight without the trappings of a huge production. Wainwright took the vast space of the Brighton Centre and gave a show of moving intimacy. Andrew Kay

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The barefoot runner

Telly Talk

Joe Addison: Death Valley via the South Downs

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k, concrete, we like concrete, smooth. Tarmac, yep we’ve done plenty of running on this, no problem. Bit of gravel, that’s ok as long as it doesn’t last too long. Grass, yummy, dessert for us! Keep it coming! Wait, what’s that? Ooh that hurts! Chalk and flint, you say? Don’t like that! Go back to the grass, please! That was how I imagined my feet felt during the Seaford half marathon last month. It was a beautiful 13.1 mile run from the seafront, up over the South Downs and finishing by the sea again. And for the most part, I really enjoyed the race, although there were several hills and it was quite warm and at one point there was a nasty mile long downhill that was chalk and flint – ouch! It made me appreciate the grass sections along the river Cuckmere all the more. I’ll definitely do this again next year, though, as Seaford Lions did a great job organising everything, including biscuits at the end and a lovely medal (I like my medals!). I did pick up a minor puncture but that’s all healed now. This was the first time I have done a “My ultimate ambition trail race and, aside from the nasty sharp is a 135 mile journey bit, it has convinced me that trail running through Death Valley in is the way I want to 49 degree heat, ending go. I plan on signing up for my first ultra in an 8000ft climb” race in December, a 30+ mile trek called the Doyen of the Joe and friends after completing Downs. My ultimate the Seaford half marathon running ambition is the Badwater race. A 135 mile journey through Death Valley, California in 49 degree heat, ending in an 8000ft climb up Mount Whitney. The race is one of the toughest in the world and each year at least a quarter of competitors don’t finish. If I can run this race before I die I’ll be happy. In the meantime, I’m trying to beat my 5k personal best at the moment, which is where Parkrun comes in handy. It’s a free weekly timed event in Hove park (Saturdays, 9am start), with other events around the country. At the moment I am the only barefoot runner at the Brighton event (which means I’m also the fastest!) but I have seen one or two runners in minimal shoes, which is good. It’s great fun, friendly, really well organised and no pressure to perform, just register online beforehand and turn up and run (or walk). Every week there are usually about 200 people ranging from the super fast to people that aren’t worried by time (I’m somewhere inbetween). And if you see me, feel free to say hi! For more info on Parkrun visit www.parkrun.org.uk What’s your ultimate sporting ambition? comment@thelatest.co.uk

YOUR WEEKLY TV GUIDE

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V vet and Brighton resident Marc Abraham is returning to our screens with a brand new show, My Pet Shame, co-hosted by Gavin And Stacey’s Joanna Page. That’s occurring to be sure. Now. What’s it about? Marc spills all. What is My Pet Shame about? It’s about explaining, educating and fixing a range of conditions and behaviours of pets, from dogs to cats, alpacas to cockatoos, that their owners find embarrassing and difficult to live with. Tell us a story about filming with Gavin and Stacey’s Joanna Page – that no-one else knows! We were filming ‘Toby the drooling pony’, and Jo decided to dress me up (I didn’t resist!) in all Toby’s leather tack – ie saddle, stirrups, bit and reins – and ride me around the garden outside the studio... Have you ever had a shameful pet? Pets are never shameful. They are, however, very commonly – and sadly – misunderstood. What was the most embarrassing pet you've ever met? I was bitten by a hamster on live telly once – that was a bit embarrassing!!

You’re resident vet on This Morning. Have you made Phil’n’Holly giggle? So far only off-camera – but hopefully it won’t be too long! What’s the most unusual question you've ever been asked on TV? Paul O’Grady once asked me live on air if it was OK to take a goldfish with him on tour. I said yes, as long as he was playing at the Milton Keynes Bowl... PHEW!! Top tips for pet owners this summer? White cats – cover their ear-tips and noses with sunblock as sunburn

“Paul O’Grady asked me if it was OK to take a goldfish on tour” can lead to cancer. Dogs – be wary of the heat, adders and grass seeds. Rabbits – check under their tails for signs of fly-strike/maggots at least twice a day. What TV box set would you take with you to a desert island? Tough one... Any one from Curb Your Enthusiasm, The Sopranos or The Larry Sanders Show. I suppose I should really take ‘Bear Grylls Survival Tips’ or something like that instead though? If you weren’t a TV vet you'd be a... Children’s surgeon – it’s so challenging diagnosing and treating patients who can’t communicate what’s wrong with them by talking ‘normally’. What’s your favourite thing about living in Brighton? Brighton life is so chilled and entertaining. You can walk everywhere keeping one eye on the sea, enjoy great pubs, comedy clubs, vintage clothes shops, and more-than anything Brighton encourages individuality, giving its unique vibe 24/7. My Pet Shame starts on Wednesday 14 July on Sky One at 8pm. follow me on twitter

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tuesday 13 That Mitchell And Webb Look BBC2, 9pm David Mitchell and Robert Webb are back for a fourth series of their sketch show. In this you can find out the correct way to talk to Caesar; how to spot the emotional subtext in TV drama; and there’s a man who is very angry about grammar – and he’s got a gun. All par for the course.

The Fairy Jobmother Channel 4, 9pm Series with Hayley Taylor taking on the challenge of sorting out some of Britain’s unemployed. Hayley travels to Middlesbrough to help couple Maxine and Dean, both of whom are living entirely off the benefits system. Will Hayley be able to sprinkle some ‘work dust’ from her magic wand? Or is it back to daytime TV?

True Stories: Maradona More4, 10pm Emir Kusturica’s portrait of one of football’s most controversial superstars, Diego Maradona. Expelled from the 1994 World Cup following a positive drugs test and plagued with weight problems, he has since had something of a rebirth and led Argentina to the 2010 World Cup finals in South Africa. Result.

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6.00am Breakfast 9.15 Heir Hunters 10.00 Homes Under The Hammer 11.00 Real Rescues 11.45 Cash In The Attic 12.15pm Bargain Hunt 1.00 BBC News At One 1.30 South East Today 1.45 Doctors 2.15 Murder, She Wrote 3.00 BBC News 3.05 ZingZillas 3.25 Zoo Factor 3.50 OOglies 4.05 Natural Born Hunters 4.35 Horrible Histories 5.00 Newsround 5.15 The Weakest Link 6.00 BBC News At Six 6.30 South East Today 7.00 The One Show Stories that matter from across the country. 7.30 EastEnders While Walford tries to come to terms with Denise’s death, Lucas has to fight for the truth to remain hidden. Syed finds it harder not to admit his true feelings, and Shirley gives Ben her unique tips to survive prison. Don’t eat yellow snow. 8.00 Holby City Frieda gets her own back on Greene, Jac takes a joke too far and Mark has to decide whether to put his position as CEO before his friendship with Elliot. 9.00 The Silence Thriller 10.00 BBC News At Ten 10.25 South East Today 10.35 Between Life And Death Filmed over six months in the country’s leading brain injury unit (Addenbooke’s Hospital, Cambridge), it follows the journey of a man who, by only moving his eyes, is eventually asked if he wants to live or die. 11.25 FILM: Lady In The Water (2006) Fantasy drama. 1.05am Weatherview Detailed weather forecast. 1.10 Sign Zone: The Edible Garden 1.40 Sign Zone: Raymond Blanc’s Kitchen Secrets 2.10 Sign Zone: Theo’s Adventure Capitalists 3.10 Sign Zone: Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is 4.10 BBC News

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6.00am - 8.00 Children’s television 8.00 Da Dick And Dom Dairies 8.30 Ed And Oucho’s Excellent Inventions 9.00 Roar 9.30 Gimme A Break 10.00 Copycats 10.30 Deadly 60 11.00 Sam And Mark’s Guide To Dodging Disaster 11.10 The Flintstones 11.35 The Flintstones 12.00pm The Daily Politics 12.30 Working Lunch 1.00 The World At War 1.50 Hands On Nature 2.00 Open Gardens 2.30 Ready Steady Cook 3.00 Diagnosis Murder 3.45 Flog It! 4.30 Ben Fogle’s Escape In Time 5.15 Escape To The Country 6.00 Eggheads Out of the frying pan, onto the sausages. 6.30 Antiques Road Trip David Harper and James Lewis drive from Belfast to Kendal in their search for antiques. 7.00 Antiques Master The country’s leading amateur antiques enthusiasts battle it out to become Britain’s firstever Antiques Master. Do you have to be over 100 years old? 7.30 University Challenge University of Cardiff fight it out against Oxford Brookes University. 8.00 Top Gear Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May test the Aston Martin Rapide, the Porsche Panamera Turbo and the Maserati Quattroporte. 9.00 That Mitchell And Webb Look See highlights. 9.30 Shooting Stars Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer host the hit comedy panel show. 10.00 Miranda Comedy series 10.30 Newsnight In-depth investigation and analysis 11.20 How To Beat Tough Times: Money Watch The Money Watch team investigate prospects for pay and employment and how working lives are changing. 12.20am University Challenge Repeat of earlier show 12.50 BBC News

ITV1

6.00am GMTV 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show 10.30 This Morning 11.25 ITV News 11.30 This Morning 12.30pm Loose Women 1.30 ITV News & Weather 2.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal 3.00 60 Minute Makeover 4.00 Midsomer Murders 5.00 The Chase

6.00 Meridian Tonight 6.30 ITV News & Weather 7.00 Emmerdale Natasha pays Cain off – but has she truly put an end to his threats? Carl struggles to resist Eve’s flirting. Jai is thrown when Nikhil confesses a secret. Natasha is determined to confess to her crime. 8.00 Piers Morgan On Monte Carlo Piers Morgan visits Monte Carlo in the tiny but glamorous principality of Monaco. 9.00 The Bill: The Calling Kirsty and Leon decide to put the evening down to a one night stand after a traumatic day. Then Leon and Nate find a woman, Jane Connor, badly injured next to an abandoned car. 10.00 ITV News At Ten & Weather 10.35 TV’s Naughtiest Blunders This edition features actors James Nesbitt and Martin Kemp, the cast of ITV’s Fat Friends and Bad Girls, Chris Tarrant, former glamour model Linda Lusardi and rockers Status Quo. 11.40 October Road American drama series. 12.35am Goodwood Festival Of Speed 2010 This year the festival is focusing on 60 years of Formula 1. Leon Haslam. 1.20 The Zone 3.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show 4.20 ITV Nightscreen Text-based information service. 5.30 ITV Morning News

Channel 4

6.20am The Hoobs 6.45 Big Brother’s Little Brother 7.10 Big Brother 8.20 Frasier 8.45 Fern Britton’s 5 O’Clock Show 9.45 Deal Or No Deal 10.30 Everybody Loves Raymond 11.00 Friends 11.30 Friends 12.00pm Channel 4 News Summary 12.05 Wife Swap USA 1.00 Come Dine With Me 1.25 Come Dine With Me 1.55 Come Dine With Me 2.25 Come Dine With Me 2.55 Come Dine With Me 3.25 Countdown 4.10 Deal Or No Deal 5.00 Fern Britton’s 5 O’Clock Show 6.00 The Simpsons Homer wins a vintage motorcycle during a dance contest and attracts the attention of Hell’s Satans when he forms his own gang. Leader of the pack, ol’ Homer. 6.30 Hollyoaks Suzanne and Neville decide that the Ashworths need a fresh start. Again?! 7.00 Channel 4 News 7.55 4thought.tv Short documentary. 8.00 The Ugly Face Of Beauty Christian Jessen investigates the realities of the nation’s most popular cosmetic procedure: the boob job. Polly Hudson meets Natalie Rooney, 19-year-old cousin of Wayne, who is embarking on her second breast enlargement. Well, there’s no point in getting one boob done is there? 9.00 The Fairy Jobmother See highlights. 10.00 Big Brother Highlights. 11.15 The Rise And Fall Of Tiger Woods Jacques Peretti attempts to understand Tiger’s behaviour, interviewing the people who protected him, the women who slept with him, and those who could have brought him down. 12.30am The Poker Lounge Poker. 1.30 Big Brother: Live 4.05 KOTV Boxing Weekly 4.30 FIM Superbike World Championship 4.55 Quaife MSA British Rallycross Night Race 5.25 Mobil 1 The Grid

Five

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6.00am - 9.00 Children’s television 9.00 Bert And Ernie’s Great Adventures 9.05 Milkshake Monkey 9.10 Castle Farm 9.15 The Adventures Of Bottle Top Bill And His Best Friend Corky 9.30 Igam Ogam 9.45 Michaela’s Animal Road Trip 10.45 Trisha Goddard 11.45 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 12.40pm Five News 12.45 House 1.45 Neighbours 2.15 Home And Away 2.50 Don’t Stop Believers 2.55 County Secrets 3.05 FILM: A Decent Proposal (2006) 5.00 Five News 5.30 Neighbours 6.00 Home And Away Angelo’s plans to open a restaurant get the goahead. Colleen is charged with theft. 6.25 Don’t Stop Believers Ahead of the imminent launch of Five’s all-singing, all-dancing entertainment extravaganza ‘Don’t Stop Believing’, this five-minute short introduces one of the groups set to perform in this weekend’s live show. 6.30 Live From Studio Five Magazine show. 7.30 Michaela’s Zoo Babies Wildlife documentary. 8.00 Build A New Life: Was It Worth It? Charlie gets reacquainted with David and Barbara, who decided to renovate one of the country’s oldest lighthouses and turn it into a luxury B&B. 9.00 CSI: Miami New series of the Miami-based crime drama. As Delko hovers between life and death, he experiences a flashback to 1997. 10.00 CSI: NY Crime drama series. 11.00 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Drama series. 11.55 NCIS Tony faces the consequences of his deadly encounter with Mossad agent Michael Rivkin. 12.55am SuperCasino Visit www.SuperCasino.com. 4.05 House Doctor x2. 4.55 Rough Guide To Activity Holidays 5.10 The New Tomorrow 5.35 Michaela’s Wild Challenge

6.00am Good Morning Sports Fans (x3) 9.00 Boots ‘n’ All – The Tries 10.00 LIVE Test Cricket 6.30pm Football’s Greatest 7.30 Netbusters 8.00 Test Cricket 10.00 Football’s Greatest 11.00 Netbusters 11.30 Test Cricket 1.30am Netbusters 2.00 Soccer AM: The Best Bits 3.00 Test Cricket 5.00 Soccer AM: The Best Bits

Sky Sports 2 6.00am Aerobics: Oz Style 6.30 Ocean Ride 7.00 WWE Afterburn 8.00 NASCAR 9.00 European Tour Golf 10.00 PGA Tour Golf 11.00 Shell’s Wonderful World Of Golf 12.30pm PGA Tour Classic 1.30 The Premiership Years 3.30 Fishing Gurus 4.00 NASCAR 5.00 The Premiership Years 7.00 LIVE Winning Post 9.00 Red Bull Air Race 10.00 Poker 11.00 Golfing World 12.00am Football Asia 12.30 Golf 1.30 European Seniors Tour Golf 2.30 International Showjumping 3.30 Football Asia 4.00 Close

Sky Sports 3 6.30am Fishing Gurus 7.00 International Cricket 9.00 The Premiership Years 11.00 Aerobics: Oz Style 11.30 Racing News 12.00pm Elite League Speedway 2.00 International Bowls 4.00 WWE Smackdown 6.00 Mountainbike World 6.30 UCI Mountain Bike World Cup 7.00 Fishing: Thinking Tackle 8.00 European Seniors Tour Golf 9.00 Davis Cup Tennis 10.00 The Premiership Years 12.00am Fishing: Thinking Tackle 1.00 International Bowls 3.00 Red Bull Air Race 4.00 Close

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12.00pm Law And Order 1.00 The Real A & E 2.00 A Town Called Eureka 3.00 Stargate SG-1 (x2) 5.00 Malcolm In The Middle (x2) 6.00 Oops TV 6.30 The Simpsons (x3) 8.00 Ouch! Sextuplets 9.00 House (x2) 11.00 Petnapped 12.00am Inside: America’s Toughest Jail 1.00 Road Wars 1.50 Oops TV 2.40 Road Wars

7.00pm T: Kasabian 8.00 Don’t Tell The Bride 9.00 The Mighty Boosh 9.30 The Mighty Boosh 10.00 EastEnders 10.30 Mongrels 11.00 Family Guy (x2) 11.45 The Mighty Boosh (x2) 12.45 Mongrels 1.15 Don’t Tell The Bride 2.15 WAGs, Kids And World Cup Dreams 3.15 Bizarre ER 3.45 T: Kasabian

7.00pm World News Today 7.30 Only Connect 8.00 Last Chance To See 9.00 John Sergeant On Tracks Of Empire 10.00 Live Aid: Against All Odds 11.30 Forever Young: How Rock ‘n’ Roll Grew Up 12.30am Classic Albums 1.25 John Sergeant On Tracks Of Empire 2.25 Last Chance To See

1.00pm Emmerdale 1.30 The Jeremy Kyle Show (x2) 3.40 Loose Women 4.40 The Ricki Lake Show 5.30 Judge Judy (x3) 7.00 All Star Family Fortunes 7.45 Russell Brand: The Hot Desk 8.00 Peter Andre: The Next Chapter 9.00 FILM: The Bourne Identity (2002) 11.20 FILM: Must Love Dogs (2005) 1.20am Emmerdale

12.45pm Heartbeat 1.50 The Darling Buds Of May 2.55 Upstairs, Downstairs 4.00 Daily Cooks Challenge 5.00 Goodnight Sweetheart 5.45 Heartbeat 6.50 The Darling Buds Of May 8.00 Rosemary And Thyme 9.00 Wycliffe 10.00 Wire In The Blood 12.00am Flashpoint 12.50 Wycliffe 1.50 On The Buses 2.15 Film File

4.00pm Samantha Who? 4.30 Friends (x3) 6.00 Big Brother’s Little Brother 6.30 My Name Is Earl 7.00 Hollyoaks 7.30 Friends (x3) 9.00 Smallville 10.00 The Ricky Gervais Show 10.30 The Cleveland Show 11.00 King Of The Hill 11.30 King Of The Hill 11.55 My Name Is Earl 12.25am Big Brother: Live

3.25 The Coach Trip 3.55 Come Dine With Me 4.25 A Place In The Sun: Home Or Away 5.30 Relocation, Relocation 6.35 Deal Or No Deal 7.25 Grand Designs Revisited 8.30 Half Ton Veg 9.00 Come Dine With Me 10.00 True Stories: Maradona See highlights 12.05am Come Dine With Me

11.00am The Strange Affair Of Uncle Harry (1945) 12.40pm There’s No Business Like Show Business (1954) 2.55 The Silent Enemy (1958) 5.05 The Thief Of Bagdad (1940) 7.10 Honey, I Shrunk The Kids (1989) 9.00 Kingdom Of Heaven (2005) 12.40am Jackass: The Movie (2002) 2.25 Wendy And Lucy (2008)

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wednesday 14 Penguin Island BBC1, 7.30pm Meet the penguins who live on Phillip Island. As devoted penguin couple Bluey and Sheila return to their cliff-top home to begin the annual breeding cycle, Penguin Island introduces the dedicated team of rangers and scientists who will monitor and protect them through the hottest summer on record. Don’t tell Pingu.

Living With Brucie Channel 4, 9pm An intimate account of life with a TV legend, as cameras follow Wilnelia Merced and husband Bruce Forsyth at home in Surrey and on holiday in her native Puerto Rico. Married since 1983, the couple reveal the secrets of their relationship and the longevity of his career. N-n-n-nice to see you Brucie...

Katie & Alex: For Better For Worse ITV2, 9pm Brand new series following Katie Price and Alex Reid as they celebrate their marriage with a blessing in the UK. After their wedding in Vegas, Katie and Alex want another celebration. Follow them choosing their gladrags, organising venues and sending invites. Sound familiar, anyone?

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6.00am Breakfast 9.15 Heir Hunters 10.00 Homes Under The Hammer 11.00 Real Rescues 11.45 Cash In The Attic 12.15pm Bargain Hunt 1.00 BBC News At One 1.30 South East Today 1.45 Doctors 2.15 Murder, She Wrote 3.00 BBC News 3.05 ZingZillas 3.25 Zoo Factor 3.50 OOglies 4.05 Prank Patrol 4.35 Little Howard’s Big Question 5.00 Newsround 5.15 The Weakest Link 6.00 BBC News At Six 6.30 South East Today 7.00 The One Show Stories that matter from across the country. 7.30 Penguin Island See highlights. 8.00 Waterloo Road School-based drama. Adam and Rachel move forward with the wedding, unwittingly pushing Ruby’s addiction to crisis point. Meanwhile, Finn and Amy refuse to be separated, and Steph has a controversial fundraising idea for the prom. 9.00 The Silence Thriller. Amelia and Jim’s families are subjected to intimidation tactics by the corrupt Drugs Squad in an attempt to thwart the investigation into Jane Shilliday’s murder. 10.00 BBC News At Ten 10.25 South East Today 10.35 The National Lottery Draws With presenter Myleene Klass. 10.45 The Bionic Vet Noel engineers a specially-designed bolt and prepares border collie cross Sasha for her second major bionic operation. 11.15 FILM: Dan In Real Life (2007) Starring Steve Carrell. 12.45am Weatherview Detailed weather forecast. 12.50 Sign Zone: My Life: Tough Kids 1.20 Sign Zone: Mary, Queen Of Shops 2.20 Sign Zone: The Delicious Miss Dahl 2.50 Sign Zone: Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is 3.50 BBC News

BBC2

6.00am – 7.00 Children’s television 7.00 Everything’s Rosie 7.10 Dirtgirlworld 7.25 LazyTown 7.50 Charlie And Lola 8.00 Da Dick And Dom Dairies 8.30 Ed And Oucho’s Excellent Inventions 9.00 Roar 9.30 Gimme A Break 10.00 Copycats 10.30 Deadly 60 11.00 Sam And Mark’s Guide To Dodging Disaster 11.05 The Flintstones 11.30 The Daily Politics 1.00pm Animal Park 1.30 Working Lunch 2.00 Open Gardens 2.30 Ready Steady Cook 3.00 Diagnosis Murder 3.45 Flog It! 4.30 Ben Fogle’s Escape In Time 5.15 Escape To The Country 6.00 Eggheads Double-yolkers. 6.30 Antiques Road Trip It’s all going swimmingly until David buys a bowl that could spell disaster for him. Spells IKEA to us. 7.00 Golf: The Open Champions’ Challenge Teams of four compete over four holes at St Andrews, offering a perfect chance to see some of golf’s great names in action again. 8.00 How To Beat Tough Times: Money Watch In the second of this three-part series, Sophie Raworth and Justin Rowlatt tackle spending and borrowing in these tough economic times. 9.00 Dragons’ Den Devon-based vineyard owner Geoff Bowen hopes his unusual business proposition will tempt the Dragons and inventor Derek Cozens thinks that road signs are so last century. 10.00 Rev Sitcom about a vicar running an inner-city church. 10.30 Newsnight In-depth investigation. 11.20 That Mitchell And Webb Look Repeat of yesterday’s show. 11.50 James May’s Toy Stories James tries to make a garden entirely out of Plasticine and then enter it at the Chelsea Flower Show. 12.50am Tribal Wives Six British women swap their everyday lives for life as tribal wives with some of the most remote communities on earth. 1.50 BBC News

ITV1

6.00am GMTV 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show 10.30 This Morning 11.25 ITV News 11.30 This Morning 12.30pm Loose Women 1.30 ITV News & Weather 2.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal 3.00 60 Minute Makeover 4.00 Midsomer Murders 5.00 The Chase

6.00 Meridian Tonight 6.30 ITV News & Weather 7.00 Emmerdale Holly steals Scarlett’s purse to buy drugs. But will she get away with it? 7.30 Coronation Street John is in danger of being discovered at work – while a threatening visitor turns up at home. Can Carla beat Nick and save Underworld? Graeme’s relationship crisis deepens. 8.00 Midsomer Murders The peaceful setting of prestigious Whiteoaks Golf Club is rocked by death and controversy when a golfer is bludgeoned to death near the notorious 13th hole known as Crisp’s Folly. Barnaby and Jones discover gambling is rife at the club – along with illegal moneylending and violent assault. Then, as the club considers giving ordinary villagers full membership rights, another golfer is killed. 10.00 ITV News At Ten & Weather 10.35 FILM: Frantic (1988) Suspense thriller. 12.45am The Zone More info at www.itv.com/thezone. 2.50 The Jeremy Kyle Show 3.45 ITV News 5.30 ITV Morning News

Channel 4

Five

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6.20am The Hoobs 6.45 Big Brother’s Little Brother 7.10 Big Brother 8.20 Frasier 8.45 Fern Britton’s 5 O’Clock Show 9.45 Deal Or No Deal 10.30 Everybody Loves Raymond 11.00 Friends 11.30 Friends 12.00pm Channel 4 News Summary 12.05 Wife Swap USA 1.00 Come Dine With Me 1.25 Come Dine With Me 1.55 Come Dine With Me 2.25 Come Dine With Me 2.55 Come Dine With Me 3.25 Countdown 4.10 Deal Or No Deal 5.00 Fern Britton’s 5 O’Clock Show

6.00am – 9.00 Children’s television 9.00 Bert And Ernie’s Great Adventures 9.05 Milkshake Monkey 9.10 Castle Farm 9.15 The Adventures Of Bottle Top Bill And His Best Friend Corky 9.30 Igam Ogam 9.45 Michaela’s Animal Road Trip 10.45 Trisha Goddard 11.45 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 12.40pm Five News 12.45 House 1.45 Neighbours 2.15 Home And Away 2.50 Don’t Stop Believers 2.55 County Secrets 3.05 FILM: The Last Chance (2003) 5.00 Five News 5.30 Neighbours

6.00 The Simpsons When a corporation buys Springfield Elementary, Lisa suspects that there may be an ulterior motive. 6.30 Hollyoaks Josh can not believe that the Ashworths plan to move to Spain without him, and an outraged Rhys finally comes clean about spiking Josh’s drink. 7.00 Channel 4 News 7.55 4thought.tv Short documentary. A teenage member of the Protestant Orange Order discusses the importance of religion in his life. 8.00 How To Look Good Naked Makeover series. Stylist Gok Wan’s latest project is 35-year-old recluse Simon Wainwright, who has low self-esteem despite having correcting surgery on his spine. Gok’s first ever male makeover, Simon feels thin and unattractive and has rarely left his bedroom for the past year. 9.00 Living With Brucie See highlights 10.00 Big Brother Highlights. 11.10 The Big Bang Theory Can Penny and Leonard keep their friendships with Sheldon without hurting each other? 11.35 My Name Is Earl x2 12.35 MUSIC ON 4: The Album Chart Show 12.50 Barclaycard Mercury Prize Sessions 1.05 Big Brother: Live 4.15 AVP Beach Volleyball 5.10 Countdown 5.55 Yo Gabba Gabba

6.00 Home And Away After hearing the rumours from Penn, Sid sets about testing their credibility. 6.25 Don’t Stop Believers Ahead of the imminent launch of Five’s all-singing, all-dancing entertainment extravaganza ‘Don’t Stop Believing’, this five-minute short introduces one of the groups set to perform in this weekend’s live show. 6.30 Live From Studio Five Magazine show. 7.30 Escape From... Auschwitz Historical documentary series exploring great escapes of the 20th century, presented by Saul David. 8.00 Battle Of Britain: The Lost Evidence Documentary. 9.00 NCIS Jenny Shepard comes face to face with her arch enemy, La Grenouille. 10.00 CSI: NY The CSIs piece together a human jigsaw when the body parts of a murdered wrestling coach are found all over the city. Elsewhere, Flack is in the frame when a young suspect dies during questioning. 10.55 K-Ville Drama series about the New Orleans Police Department two years on from Hurricane Katrina. 11.55 PartyPoker.com: The Big Game IV World-class poker action. 1.00am SuperCasino Visit www.SuperCasino.com. 4.05 House Doctor x2 5.10 The New Tomorrow 5.35 Michaela’s Wild Challenge

6.00am Good Morning Sports Fans (x3) 9.00 Football Asia 9.30 Netbusters 10.00 Live Test Cricket 6.30pm Boots ‘n’ All 7.30 Football’s Greatest 8.00 Test Cricket 10.00 Boots ‘n’ All 11.00 Test Cricket 1.00am Soccer AM: The Best Bits 2.00 FIFA Futbol Mundial 2.30 Boots ‘n’ All 3.30 Test Cricket 5.30 FIFA Futbol Mundial

Sky Sports 2 6.00am Aerobics: Oz Style 6.30 Ocean Ride 7.00 WWE Vintage Collection 8.00 Golf 9.00 Fishing: Thinking Tackle 10.00 Golf: PGA Euro Pro Tour 12.00pm UCI Mountain Bike World Cup 12.30 Netbusters - Top 100 1.00 The Premiership Years 3.00 Golf: PGA Euro Pro Tour 5.00 The Premiership Years 7.00 LIVE Winning Post 9.00 DTM Motor Racing 10.00 Trans World Sport 11.00 Golfing World 12.00am European Tour Weekly 12.30 Inside The PGA Tour 1.00 Golf 2.00 Golf: PGA Euro Pro Tour 4.00 Close

Sky Sports 3 6.00am Football Asia 6.30 Mountainbike World 7.00 Test Cricket 9.00 The Premiership Years 11.00 Aerobics: Oz Style 11.30 Racing News 12.00pm Golf 1.00 European Seniors Tour Golf 2.00 International Showjumping 3.00 Sports Unlimited 4.00 WWE The Bottom Line 5.00 WWE Afterburn 6.00 European Tour Weekly 6.30 Inside The PGA Tour 7.00 FIFA Futbol Mundial 7.30 Total Rugby 8.00 Boots ‘n’ All 9.00 FIFA Futbol Mundial 9.30 Cage Fighter 10.00 The Premiership Years 12.00am Watersports World 1.00 Poker 2.00 Rallyzone 2.30 Close

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1.00pm The Real A & E 2.00 A Town Called Eureka 3.00 Stargate SG-1 (x2) 5.00 Malcolm In The Middle (x2) 6.00 Best Of Oops TV 6.30 The Simpsons (x3) 8.00 My Pet Shame 9.00 FILM: Erin Brockovich (2000) 11.35 The Real A & E 12.05am Real Filth Fighters 12.35 Best Of Oops TV

7.00pm The World’s Strictest Parents 8.00 Big Meets Bigger 9.00 FILM: V For Vendetta (2005) 11.00 Family Guy 11.20 Family Guy 11.45 American Dad! (x2) 12.30am Mongrels 1.00 Waterloo Road 2.00 WAGs, Kids And World Cup Dreams 3.00 Big Meets Bigger 4.00 Mongrels

7.00pm World News Today 7.30 Only Connect 8.00 The Last Days Of The Liners 9.00 John Sergeant On Tracks Of Empire 10.00 LIVE Aid: Rockin’ All Over The World 11.30 Rich Hall’s ‘The Dirty South’ 1.00am FILM: God’s Little Acre (1958) 2.50 The Last Days Of The Liners 3.50 John Sergeant On Tracks Of Empire 5.30 Close

3.40 Loose Women 4.40 The Ricki Lake Show 5.30 Judge Judy (X3) 7.00 All Star Family Fortunes 7.45 Pixie Lott: The Hot Desk 8.00 Paris Hilton’s My New BFF 9.00 Katie & Alex: For Better For Worse See highlights 10.00 FILM: The Last Samurai (2003) 1.00am Coronation Street

1.55pm The Darling Buds Of May 3.00 Upstairs, Downstairs 4.05 Daily Cooks Challenge 5.05 Goodnight Sweetheart 5.45 Heartbeat 6.50 The Darling Buds Of May 8.00 Bruce Forsyth Uncut: Piers Morgan’s Life Stories 9.30 Rising Damp 10.00 Numb3rs 11.00 Life 11.55 Quincy, ME 12.55am Upstairs, Downstairs

1.20pm Big Brother: Live 2.35 Hollyoaks 3.05 Gilmore Girls 4.00 Samantha Who? 4.30 Friends (x3) 6.00 Big Brother’s Little Brother 6.30 My Name Is Earl 7.00 Hollyoaks 7.30 Friends (x3) 9.00 FILM: Hot Shots! Part Deux (1993) 10.45 You Have Been Watching 11.35 Rude Tube 12.40am Big Brother: Live

2.20pm Location, Location, Location 3.25 The Coach Trip 3.55 Come Dine With Me 4.25 A Place In The Sun: Home Or Away 5.30 Relocation, Relocation 6.35 Deal Or No Deal 7.25 Grand Designs Revisited 8.30 Time Warp Wives 9.00 Time Team 10.00 Inside Nature’s Giants 11.05 The Closer 12.05am Time Team

11.00am The Gift Horse (1952) 12.55pm The Eve Of Saint Mark (1944) 2.50 The Sheriff Of Fractured Jaw (1958) 4.55 The Opposite Sex (1956) 7.20 Titanic (1997) 11.00 This Boy’s Life (1993) 1.15am The Silence (1963) 3.15 Close

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thursday 15 Celebrity Come Dine With Me Channel 4, 8pm Celebrity edition of the reality series in which people compete to be the best dinner-party host. With former model Janice Dickinson, Playboy Calum Best, presenter Jeff Brazier and model Sam Fox. Exploding ovens, flattered egos, burnt souffles and a nose around their gaffs. Perfick.

Victorian Pharmacy BBC2, 9pm The team discover a world where traditional remedies, such as leeches and potions laced with cannabis and opium, held sway. After sampling some of the old ways, the team venture into new discoveries, such as the Malvern water cure and the invention of Indian tonic water. Surprised they could manage it after that lot!

All Star Family Fortunes ITV2, 7pm Uh-oh, it’s the clash of the soaps! Corrie takes on ‘Enders to win up to £30,000 for charity. Corrie’s Katherine Kelly’s family take on EastEnders star Patsy Palmer and her folks. The Palmers are playing for The Dream Foundation and Save The Children, while the Kelly family are supporting The Lamproom Theatre Trust.

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6.00am Breakfast 9.15 Heir Hunters 10.00 Homes Under The Hammer 11.00 Real Rescues 11.45 Cash In The Attic 12.15pm Bargain Hunt 1.00 BBC News At One 1.30 South East Today 1.45 Doctors 2.15 Murder, She Wrote 3.00 BBC News 3.05 ZingZillas 3.25 Zoo Factor 3.50 OOglies 4.05 Safari 8 4.35 Deadly 60 5.00 Newsround 5.15 The Weakest Link 6.00 BBC News At Six 6.30 South East Today 7.00 The One Show Stories that matter from across the country. 7.30 EastEnders Ben’s sentence is handed down, but will it be what they all expect? Syed comes to a lifechanging decision, and Jean worries about Stacey. Don’t we all. 8.00 Waterloo Road School-based drama. 9.00 The Silence The four-part thriller reaches an explosive conclusion as Amelia heads to a rural police station but refuses to reveal her identity, worried that the corrupt officers on the Drugs Squad might be able to track her down. Amelia makes contact with Jim, who races to collect her. Jim realises too late that Mac and Lee have followed him. Jim confronts them, insisting Amelia head home for her own safety. 10.00 BBC News At Ten 10.25 South East Today 10.35 Question Time David Dimbleby chairs the topical debate. 11.35 This Week A political review of the week. 12.20am Holiday Weatherview Detailed weather forecast. 12.25 Sign Zone: Orphans Of Haiti – Panorama 12.55 Sign Zone: Cracking Antiques 1.25 Sign Zone: Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is 2.25 Sign Zone: The Day The Immigrants Left 3.25 BBC News

BBC2

6.00am Harry And Toto 6.10 Bob The Builder: Project Build It 6.20 Postman Pat: SDS 6.35 Guess With Jess 6.50 Pingu 7.00 Everything’s Rosie 7.10 Dirtgirlworld 7.25 LazyTown 7.50 Charlie And Lola 8.00 Da Dick And Dom Dairies 8.30 Ed And Oucho’s Excellent Inventions 9.00 Golf: The Open

8.00pm The Private Life Of Chickens This time Jimmy finds out about chickens. We take them for granted but what really goes on inside their brains? 9.00 Victorian Pharmacy See highlights. 10.00 Mock The Week Dara O Briain and regulars Hugh Dennis, Russell Howard and Andy Parsons look back at another week’s news with guests Patrick Kielty, Zoe Lyons and Milton Jones. 10.30 Newsnight In-depth investigation and analysis. 11.20 Dragons’ Den The Dragons are back and hungry to secure themselves the best deal. These may be challenging times economically, but that hasn’t deterred the nation’s entrepreneurs from pitting their wits against the multimillionaire investors. Devon-based vineyard owner Geoff Bowen hopes his unusual business proposition will tempt the Dragons, inventor Derek Cozens thinks that road signs are so last century, and Kirsty Henshaw hopes the Dragons will be tempted by her frozen pudding business. 12.20am How To Beat Tough Times: Money Watch What can we do to protect our family finances? 1.20 BBC News

ITV1

6.00am GMTV 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show 10.30 This Morning 11.25 ITV News 11.30 This Morning 12.30pm Loose Women 1.30 ITV News & Weather 2.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal 3.00 60 Minute Makeover 4.00 Midsomer Murders 5.00 The Chase

6.00 Meridian Tonight 6.30 ITV News & Weather 7.00 Emmerdale Nathan tries to stop Natasha confessing – but will she listen? Diane finds a way to get to France sooner rather than later. Remember to take your passport? 7.30 Made In Britain: Tonight With the economy in trouble and big cuts looming in the finance and public sectors, the government is looking to UK-based manufacturers to generate the jobs and wealth needed to put us back on the path to prosperity. 8.00 Emmerdale Will Natasha be convinced by Nathan’s plan? 8.30 Coronation Street How will Chesney react when he discovers John’s double life? 9.00 Homes From Hell Featuring the stories of the couple who bought a tranquil horse sanctuary in Portugal only to discover that it was about to be turned into a motorway traffic island. 10.00 ITV News At Ten & Weather 10.35 Cops With Cameras Life on the front line with police forces across the UK. 11.35 The Last Word A look at some of the big stories in the region with MPs and other prominent figures. 12.05am Grimefighters Series following the daily lives of Britain’s clean-up teams 12.30 The Zone 2.30 The Jeremy Kyle Show 3.25 Made In Britain: Tonight 3.50 ITV Nightscreen

Channel 4

6.20am The Hoobs 6.45 Big Brother’s Little Brother 7.10 Big Brother 8.20 Frasier 8.45 Fern Britton’s 5 O’Clock Show 9.45 Deal Or No Deal 10.30 Everybody Loves Raymond 11.00 Friends 11.30 Friends 12.00pm Channel 4 News Summary 12.05 Wife Swap USA 1.00 Come Dine With Me 1.25 Come Dine With Me 1.55 Come Dine With Me 2.25 Come Dine With Me 2.55 Come Dine With Me 3.25 Countdown 4.10 Deal Or No Deal 5.00 Fern Britton’s 5 O’Clock Show 6.00 The Simpsons When Marge breaks her leg in a skiing accident, it’s up to Lisa to run the Simpson household. 6.30 Hollyoaks Theresa tries to patch things up with Anita. Lauren wakes up in hospital with Leo by her bedside and a doctor has some news about Lauren’s health. 7.00 Channel 4 News Including sport and weather. 7.55 4thought.tv Short documentary. A 17-year-old discusses her vision for Northern Ireland’s future and the importance of religion in her life. 8.00 Celebrity Come Dine With Me See highlights. 9.00 Undercover Boss David Clarke, the Chief Executive of Best Western, spends five days incognito as new recruit ‘Andy Green’. 10.00 Big Brother Highlights. 11.10 Skins JJ has a part-time job in a confectionary wholesalers and has fallen in love with cashier Lara. He starts planning how to get a date with her, but is disheartened to learn that his friends and his mother do not think he is up to it. 12.15am Dirty Sexy Money Senator Patrick Darling invites Carmelita to his inauguration. Chase threatens the Darlings and Karen finds to her cost that he is deadly serious. 1.05 Big Brother: Live 3.05 Dispatches: Africa’s Last Taboo 4.00 FILM: The Dark Corner (1946) 5.35 Countdown

Five

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6.00am - 9.00 Children’s television 9.00 Bert And Ernie’s Great Adventures 9.10 Castle Farm 9.15 The Adventures Of Bottle Top Bill And His Best Friend Corky 9.30 Igam Ogam 9.45 Michaela’s Animal Road Trip 10.45 Trisha Goddard 11.45 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 12.40pm Five News 12.45 House 1.45 Neighbours 2.15 Home And Away 2.50 Don’t Stop Believers 2.55 County Secrets 3.10 FILM: Mystery Woman: In The Shadows (2007) 5.00 Five News 5.30 Neighbours 6.00 Home And Away Romeo spots Penn looking intimate with a girl on the beach. The hospital nurses rebel against Sid. Penn tells Alf he will refuse to give evidence against Colleen in court, and will convince others to do the same. 6.25 Don’t Stop Believers Ahead of the imminent launch of Five’s all-singing, all-dancing entertainment extravaganza ‘Don’t Stop Believing’, this five-minute short introduces one of the groups set to perform in this weekend’s live show. 6.30 Live From Studio Five Magazine show. 7.30 Fifth Gear Motoring magazine show. 8.00 The Man Who Moves Buildings This instalment charts the haulers’ efforts to shift a 400-ton brick mansion five miles across town during extreme weather conditions. 9.00 FILM: Romeo Must Die (2000) Starring Jet Li, Aaliyah, Isaiah Washington, Russell Wong, DMX and Delroy Lindo. Martial arts action thriller. 11.20 Police Interceptors Documentary series profiling the work of a high-speed police interception unit in Essex. 12.20am SuperCasino Visit www.SuperCasino.com. 4.05 House Doctor x2 4.55 Rough Guide To Journeys 5.10 The New Tomorrow 5.35 Michaela’s Wild Challenge

6.00am Good Morning Sports Fans (x3) 9.00 Inside The PGA Tour 9.30 European Tour Weekly 10.00 Live Test Cricket 6.30pm Football’s Greatest 7.00 LIVE Cricket: Friends Provident Twenty20 10.30 Test Cricket 11.30 Time Of Our Lives 12.30am Cricket: Friends Provident Twenty20 2.30 Test Cricket 3.30 Barclays Premier League World 4.00 Cricket: Friends Provident Twenty20

Sky Sports 2 6.00am Aerobics: Oz Style 6.30 Ocean Ride 7.00 WWE Experience 8.00 Golf 9.00 Rallyzone 9.30 FIFA Futbol Mundial 10.00 Modern Pentathlon World Cup Series 11.00 Rallyzone 11.30 Total Rugby 12.00pm Boots ‘n’ All 1.00 The Premiership Years 3.00 DTM Motor Racing 4.00 Boots ‘n’ All 5.00 The Premiership Years 7.00 Barclays Premier League World 7.30 LIVE Super League 10.00 WWE Late Night Raw 12.00am WWE NXT 1.00 Super League 2.30 The Premiership Years 3.00 Close

Sky Sports 3 6.00am DTM Motor Racing 7.00 Test Cricket 9.00 The Premiership Years 11.00 Aerobics: Oz Style 11.30 Racing News 12.00pm Watersports World 1.00 Modern Pentathlon World Cup Series 2.00 Ocean Ride 2.30 Total Rugby 3.00 Watersports World 4.00 Rallyzone 4.30 Total Rugby 5.00 WWE Vintage Collection 6.00 Ocean Ride 6.30 IAAF Athletix Weekly 7.00 NRL Fulltime 7.30 ATP Tour Uncovered 8.00 Trans World Sport 9.00 LIVE PGA Tour Golf 12.00am Golfing World 1.00 ATP Tour Uncovered 1.30 Audi MedCup 2.00 Close

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1.00pm The Real A & E 2.00 A Town Called Eureka 3.00 Stargate SG-1 (x2) 5.00 Malcolm In The Middle (x2) 6.00 Oops TV 6.30 The Simpsons (x3) 8.00 The Real A & E 8.30 Real Filth Fighters 9.00 Lie To Me 10.00 A League Of Their Own 10.30 Modern Family 11.00 NCIS: LA (x2) 1.00am Inside: Prison Tactical

7.00pm Total Wipeout 8.00 Undercover Princesses 9.00 Big Meets Bigger 10.00 EastEnders 10.30 Lee Nelson’s Well Good Show 11.00 Family Guy (x2) 11.45 Big Meets Bigger 12.45am Waterloo Road 1.45 Lee Nelson’s Well Good Show 2.15 WAGs, Kids And World Cup Dreams 3.15 Undercover Princesses

7.00pm World News Today 7.30 Only Connect 8.00 Glamour’s Golden Age 9.00 Shanghai Tales 10.00 The Biggest Chinese Restaurant In The World: Storyville 11.00 The Baby And The Buddha: Storyville 12.30am Shanghai Tales 1.30 John Sergeant On Tracks Of Empire 2.30 John Sergeant On Tracks Of Empire

3.40 Loose Women 4.40 The Ricki Lake Show 5.30 Judge Judy (x3) 7.00 All Star Family Fortunes See highlights 7.45 Kasabian: The Hot Desk 8.00 America’s Got Talent 9.00 Peter Andre: The Next Chapter 10.00 ITunes Festival 2010 11.00 America’s Got Talent 12.00am Coronation Street

12.50pm Heartbeat 1.50 The Darling Buds Of May 2.55 Upstairs, Downstairs 4.00 Daily Cooks Challenge 5.00 Goodnight Sweetheart 5.45 Heartbeat 6.50 The Darling Buds Of May 7.55 The Casebook Of Sherlock Holmes 9.00 Law & Order: UK 10.00 Taggart 11.00 Monsignor Renard 12.40am The Forsyte Saga

4.30pm Friends (x3) 6.00 Big Brother’s Little Brother 6.30 The Big Bang Theory 7.00 Hollyoaks 7.30 Friends (x3) 9.00 The Big Bang Theory 9.30 How I Met Your Mother 10.00 Accidentally On Purpose 10.35 Alan Carr: Chatty Man 11.25 Important Things With Demetri Martin 11.55 My Name Is Earl 12.25am Big Brother: Live

2.20pm Location, Location, Location 3.25 The Coach Trip 3.55 Come Dine With Me 4.25 A Place In The Sun: Home Or Away 5.30 Relocation, Relocation 6.35 Deal Or No Deal 7.25 Grand Designs 8.30 The Great Piano Scam 9.00 The Closer 10.00 Southland 11.00 Without A Trace 11.55 The Closer 12.55am Southland

11.00am Little Norse Prince (1968) 12.40pm The Long Memory (1953) 2.30 Where The Sidewalk Ends (1950) 4.20 Seven Days To Noon (1950) 6.15 Oliver Twist (2005) 9.00 In Her Shoes (2005) 11.30 William Shakespeare’s Romeo And Juliet (1996) 1.45am The House By The Cemetery (1981) 3.35 Close

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friday 16 Shooting Stars BBC2, 9.30pm Vic and Bob host the comedy panel show with team captains Jack Dee and Ulrika-ka-ka-ka Jonsson. Angelos Epithemiou keeps an eye on the scores. Joining the fun are chart-topping artist Example, Hairy Biker Si King, Strictly... dancer Camilla Dallerup and EastEnders’ Shirley, also known as Linda Henry.

Coronation Street Channel, 7.30pm & 8.30pm John and Fiz receive some shocking news from Charlotte. Will Nick and Carla call a truce? Sian collapses on her way to meet Sophie at the prom. What will John do in the light of Charlotte’s alarming news? Is Lewis as faithful as Audrey thinks? Anyroad up, it’s all go down on those cobbles.

The Boy Who Was Born A Girl More4, 8.30pm Following teen Jon – who was brought up as Natasha for 15 years – and his mum Luisa through life-changing treatment to complete his gender realignment. Jon prepares for male puberty while Luisa attempts to come to terms with the loss of a daughter.

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6.00am Breakfast 9.15 Heir Hunters 10.00 Homes Under The Hammer 11.00 Real Rescues 11.45 Cash In The Attic 12.15pm Bargain Hunt 1.00 BBC News 1.30 South East Today 1.45 Doctors 2.15 Murder, She Wrote 3.00 BBC News 3.05 ZingZillas 3.25 Zoo Factor 3.50 OOglies 4.05 Trapped 4.35 Hounded 5.00 Newsround 5.15 The Weakest Link 6.00 BBC News At Six 6.30 South East Today 7.00 The One Show Stories that matter from across the country. 7.30 DIY SOS The team visit Edmonton, North London, to help the Parenti family. They undertook extension and renovation work on their house four years ago, but a falling out with the builder forced dad Stephen to step in and do it himself, with semi-disastrous consequences. 8.00 EastEnders While Syed tries to convince Christian of his feelings, Zainab and Masood lose a son. 8.30 QI Panel-based quiz where the aim is to be interesting. 9.00 My Family Michael’s news comes as a shock to Ben, but Susan has more of a shock at Ben’s reaction. 9.30 The Old Guys Sitcom about two elderly delinquents. 10.00 BBC News At Ten 10.25 South East Today 10.35 Friday Night With Jonathan Ross Jonathan Ross presents the final edition of his chat show. 11.35 The National Lottery Draws Presented by OJ Borg. 11.45 FILM: The Rainmaker (1997) Legal drama starring Matt Damon.1.50am Weatherview Detailed weather forecast. 1.55 Sign Zone: The Great Rift: Africa’s Wild Heart 2.55 Sign Zone: Monty Halls’ Great Hebridean Escape 3.55 BBC News

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6.00am Harry And Toto 6.10 Bob The Builder: Project Build It 6.20 Postman Pat: SDS 6.35 Guess With Jess 6.50 Pingu 7.00 Everything’s Rosie 7.10 Dirtgirlworld 7.25 LazyTown 7.50 Charlie And Lola 8.00 Da Dick And Dom Dairies 8.30 Ed And Oucho’s Excellent Inventions 9.00 Golf: The Open

8.00pm BBC Proms 2010: Symphony Of A Thousand Katie Derham introduces the First Night of the Proms, live from the Royal Albert Hall in London, which opens in spectacular style with Mahler’s Symphony No 8 – Symphony of a Thousand. 9.30 Shooting Stars See highlights. 10.00 How Not To Live Your Life Don starts dating an older woman but can’t handle the grown-up world she lives in. Sam has befriended a male friend from university who Don catches rifling through her underwear drawer. 10.30 Newsnight In-depth investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day’s headlines with Gavin Esler. 11.05 T In The Park Highlights Edith Bowman and Reggie Yates introduce the highlights from one of the country’s biggest music festivals, Scotland’s T In The Park. There are great performances including Muse, Kasabian, The Black Eyed Peas, Dizzee Rascal, Florence + the Machine and Stereophonics. 1.05am FILM: Like Minds (2006) Psychological thriller. Alex, a privileged and intelligent 17-year-old school boy, is charged with murdering his roommate, Nigel.

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6.00am GMTV 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show 10.30 This Morning 11.25 ITV News 11.30 This Morning 12.30pm Loose Women 1.30 ITV News & Weather 2.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal 3.00 60 Minute Makeover 4.00 Midsomer Murders 5.00 The Chase

6.00 Meridian Tonight 6.30 ITV News & Weather 7.00 Emmerdale Natasha and Nathan set the wheels in motion to frame an innocent party for Mark’s murder. Marlon struggles with Shadrach’s secret. 7.30 Coronation Street See highlights. 8.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal David Dickinson and the team are in Wolverhampton, hoping to bag some high-end treasures at rock bottom prices. Deals come thick and fast as a Steiff leopard has Mike Hogben purring like a kitten, but it is a Banksy print that really hots up at auction, netting thousands of pounds. 8.30 Coronation Street See highlights. 9.00 Doc Martin Gentle comedy drama. Louisa insists that she does not want Martin involved after he learns of her news, and she is angered by his old-fashioned views. 10.00 ITV News At Ten & Weather 10.35 FILM: Dragnet (1987) Starring Dan Aykroyd, Tom Hanks, Christopher Plummer, Harry Morgan, Alexandra Paul, Jack O’Halloran and. Comic send-up of the long-running 1950s TV series. 12.30am The Zone More info at www.itv.com/thezone. 2.30 FILM: Calamity Jane (1953) 4.15 Touching Evil 5.05 ITV Nightscreen 5.30 ITV Morning News

Channel 4

6.20am The Hoobs 6.45 Big Brother’s Little Brother 7.10 Big Brother 8.20 Frasier 8.45 Fern Britton’s 5 O’Clock Show 9.45 Deal Or No Deal 10.30 Everybody Loves Raymond 11.00 Friends 11.30 Friends 12.00pm Channel 4 News Summary 12.05 Wife Swap USA 1.00 Come Dine With Me 1.25 Come Dine With Me 1.55 Come Dine With Me 2.25 Come Dine With Me 2.55 Come Dine With Me 3.25 Countdown 4.10 Deal Or No Deal 5.00 Fern Britton’s 5 O’Clock Show 6.00 The Simpsons When Homer gets his head stuck in a bucket of glue, the family stumbles across a solution in Brother Faith’s Tent Revival. 6.30 Hollyoaks It is the day of Calvin’s funeral and Mercedes puts on a hard act to cover up her upset. 7.00 Channel 4 News 7.25 4thought.tv Short documentary. 7.30 Girls On The Pull Ruth Kelly follows three women who are on a quest to stop pulling their hair out as a result of trichotillomania, an impulse-control disorder. 8.00 A Place In The Sun: Home Or Away Spencer and Paul decide between Sitges in Spain or staying in Lancashire. 9.00 Big Brother Davina McCall presents the latest Big Brother news. 10.00 The IT Crowd Surreal sitcom. 10.35 Big Brother Eviction. 11.05 Stand Up For The Week Hosted by Patrick Kielty in front of a live audience. 11.55 Inception: 4Movie Premiere Special Rick Edwards meets the cast and crew of new thriller Inception. 12.25am MUSIC ON 4: Klaxons: Video Exclusive First play of the Klaxons’ new single Echoes. 12.35 MUSIC ON 4: Russian Standard Vodka Originals Presents The Noisettes 1.05 Big Brother: Live 3.35 This Week’s 4Music Top 20 5.25 Countdown

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6.00am – 8.40 Children’s television 8.40 Hana’s Helpline 8.50 The WotWots 9.00 Bert And Ernie’s Great Adventures 9.10 Castle Farm 9.15 The Adventures Of Bottle Top Bill And His Best Friend Corky 9.30 Igam Ogam 9.45 Michaela’s Animal Road Trip 10.45 Trisha Goddard 11.45 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 12.40pm Five News 12.45 House 1.45 Neighbours 2.15 Home And Away 2.50 Don’t Stop Believers 2.55 County Secrets 3.05 FILM: Just Desserts (2004) 5.00 Five News 5.30 Neighbours 6.00 Home And Away Sid earns the respect of the nurses. April’s feisty sister Bianca arrives in the bay fresh from fleeing her own engagement party in Milan. 6.25 Don’t Stop Believers Ahead of the imminent launch of Five’s all-singing, all-dancing entertainment extravaganza ‘Don’t Stop Believing’, this five-minute short introduces one of the groups set to perform in this weekend’s live show. 6.30 Live From Studio Five Magazine show. 7.30 Zoo Days Documentary series. 8.00 Nature Shock Documentary series examining freak occurrences in the natural world. 9.00 The Mentalist Sparks fly between Jane and professional psychic Kristina Frye when they are called in to investigate the murder of an anti-human trafficking campaigner. 10.00 CSI: NY New York-based spin-off of the crime drama series. 10.55 Grey’s Anatomy Medical drama. 11.55 Cops In Crisis Documentary series.12.15am SuperCasino Visit www.SuperCasino.com. 4.05 Motorsport Mundial 4.30 House Doctor 4.55 Rough Guide To Bang For Your Buck 5.35 Michaela’s Wild Challenge

6.00am Good Morning Sports Fans (x3) 9.00 Barclays Premier League World 9.30 Football’s Greatest 10.00 LIVE Test Cricket 6.30pm Football’s Greatest 7.00 World Sport 7.30 LIVE Super League 10.00 LIVE Friday Fight Night 12.00am Football’s Greatest 12.30 Super League 2.00 Friday Fight Night 4.00 Cricket: Friends Provident Twenty20

Sky Sports 2 6.00am Aerobics: Oz Style 6.30 Ocean Ride 7.00 WWE Raw 9.00 Audi MedCup 9.30 NRL Fulltime 10.00 Super League 11.30 IAAF Athletix Weekly 12.00pm Barclays Premier League World 12.30 NRL Fulltime 1.00 The Premiership Years 3.00 Super League 4.30 NRL Fulltime 5.00 The Premiership Years 7.00 LIVE Cricket: Friends Provident Twenty20 10.30 Test Cricket 11.30 NFL - Total Access 12.30am Cricket: Friends Provident Twenty20 2.30 Test Cricket 3.30 Super League 5.00 Ocean Ride 5.30 Football’s Greatest

Sky Sports 3 6.00am Test Cricket 7.00 Cricket: Friends Provident Twenty20 9.00 The Premiership Years 11.00 Aerobics: Oz Style 11.30 Racing News 12.00pm Trans World Sport 1.00 Race World 2.00 Ocean Ride 2.30 ATP Tour Uncovered 3.00 WWE Raw 5.00 Race World 6.00 LIVE Rugby Union: Currie Cup 8.00 Tight Lines 9.00 LIVE PGA Tour Golf 12.00am Golfing World 1.00 Tight Lines 2.00 Rugby Union: Currie Cup 4.00 NFL – Total Access 5.00 Tight Lines

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1.00pm Law And Order 2.00 A Town Called Eureka 3.00 Stargate SG-1 (x2) 5.00 WWE Superstars 6.00 Oops TV 6.30 The Simpsons (x3) 8.00 Missing Children: Lorraine Kelly Investigates 9.00 Bones 10.00 Bones 11.00 Lie To Me 12.00am Inside: Alaska’s Toughest Prison 1.00 Road Wars 1.50 Oops TV 2.40 Road Wars

7.00pm Athletics: Paris Diamond League 9.00 Usain Bolt: The Fastest Man Who Has Ever Lived 10.00 EastEnders 10.30 Big Meets Bigger 11.30 Family Guy (x2) 12.15am Lee Nelson’s Well Good Show 12.45 Mongrels 1.15 Big Meets Bigger 2.15 WAGs, Kids And World Cup Dreams

7.00pm World News Today 7.30 Only Connect 8.00 The Birth Of British Music 9.00 Merle Haggard: Learning To Live With Myself 10.30 Kings Of Country 11.30 Johnny Cash: The Story Of Folsom Prison 12.30am Arena: Hank Williams - Honky Tonk Blues 1.50 The Birth Of British Music

12.30pm Emmerdale (x2) 1.30 The Jeremy Kyle Show (x2) 3.40 Loose Women 4.40 The Ricki Lake Show 5.30 Judge Judy (x3) 7.00 The Whole 19 Yards 8.00 Katie & Alex: For Better For Worse 9.00 America’s Got Talent 10.00 ITunes Festival 2010 11.00 Peter Andre: The Next Chapter 12.00am Coronation Street (x2)

2.55pm Upstairs, Downstairs 4.00 Daily Cooks Challenge 5.00 Goodnight Sweetheart 5.45 Heartbeat 6.50 The Darling Buds Of May 7.55 Pie In The Sky 9.00 The Secret Caribbean With Trevor McDonald 10.00 FILM: Mystic River (2003) 12.50am FILM: Kojak: The Marcus Nelson Murders (1973)

1.20pm Big Brother: Live 2.35 Hollyoaks 3.05 Gilmore Girls 4.00 Samantha Who? 4.30 Friends (x3) 6.00 Big Brother’s Little Brother 6.30 The Big Bang Theory 7.00 Hollyoaks 7.30 Friends (x3) 9.00 Supernanny 10.00 Supersize Vs Superskinny 11.05 Big Brother’s Big Mouth 12.10am Big Brother: Live

3.25 The Coach Trip 3.55 Come Dine With Me 4.25 A Place In The Sun: Home Or USA? 5.30 Relocation, Relocation 6.35 Deal Or No Deal 7.25 Grand Designs 8.30 The Boy Who Was Born A Girl See highlights 9.00 FILM: Working Girl (1988) 11.15 Heroes Of Comedy 12.20am FILM: Working Girl (1988)

11.00am At Gunpoint (1955) 12.40pm Guest Wife (1945) 2.25 Pony Express (1953) 4.25 Journey To The Center Of The Earth (1959) 7.10 Just Married (2003) 9.00 Cellular (2004) 10.45 Gangs Of New York (2002) 1.55am Saw II (2005) 3.45 Close

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saturday 17 Odd One In ITV1, 7.15pm A brand new comedy gameshow kicking off an evening of brand new shows on ITV tonight. Ooh! Exciting! This first one is hosted by Bradley Walsh and stars Peter Andre and Jason Manford as the home team against guest team Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen and Corrie’s Katherine Kelly doing a spot of lie detecting. Find porkies.

30 Years Of An Audience With... ITV1, 9pm The first in a new five-part series looking back at the best bits from this Saturday night staple. Clips, interviews with stars and audiences come together; possums make this special. Yup, Dame Edna’s in there, along with Bob Monkhouse, some Spice Girls and Donny Osmond.

Film: High School Musical BBC3, 7pm What are we going to do? Our high school jock has enrolled in the musical and it’s mixing up all of our carefully selected school clique tribes! You don’t say. Really? There’s a girl involved? And another girl who wants to make him hers but we don’t want to get together with him? Wow. High school is complicated.

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6.00am Breakfast 10.00 Golf: The Open 12.00pm BBC News 12.05 South East Today 12.10 Golf: The Open 5.15 BBC News 5.25 South East Today 5.35 FILM: Toy Story 2 (1999)

7.00 101 Ways To Leave A Gameshow Extreme quiz show presented by Steve Jones. More unsuspecting contestants, all of whom are after that elusive £10,000. Dance, monkey boys, dance! 8.00 Tonight’s The Night John Barrowman hosts a night of surprises and magical moments as he makes dreams come true for some special people. Feed yerself well up with emotion and Saturday night curry. 8.50 The National Lottery Saturday Night Draws 9.00 Casualty Medical drama series. Zoe tries to come clean to Jordan, but only digs herself in deeper. Lenny takes desperate measures for evidence of the drugs trial cover-up, and a surprise reunion leaves Charlie devastated. Job done for misery and woe in Holby. 9.50 Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow Michael McIntyre visits the Severn Bridge to Swansea’s Grand Theatre, where he is joined in the Valleys by headliner Sean Lock plus Steve Williams, Ava Vidal and Alun Cochrane. 10.35 BBC News 10.55 FILM: The Rock (1996) Starring Sean Connery, Nicolas Cage, Ed Harris, David Morse, John C McGinley. Action thriller. 1.05am Friday Night With Jonathan Ross 2.05 Sign Zone: Weatherview 2.10 BBC News

6.00 – 8.00am Children’s television 8.00 Raven 8.30 School Of Silence 9.00 Paradise Cafe 9.30 Animals At Work 10.00 Horrible Histories 10.30 Deadly 60 10.55 Angus And Cheryl 11.00 Richard Hammond’s Blast Lab 11.30 Evacuation To The Manor House 12.00pm Degrassi: The Next Generation 12.25 The Cut 12.50 The Cut: Auditions – The Boys 1.05 The Cut: Auditions – The Girls 1.20 The 5.19 Show 1.35 Best Of No Hats, No Trainers 2.00 FILM: Two Rode Together (1961) 3.45 Flog It! 4.15 Sacred Music 5.15 Golf: The Open 7.30 Dad’s Army Classic sitcom. When the church bells start ringing, Walmington Home Guard prepares to deal with the invasion. 8.00 FILM: Is Anybody There? (2008) Starring Michael Caine, Anne-Marie Duff, David Morrissey, Bill Milner and Leslie Phillips. Drama. Edward hates living in the retirement home run by his parents. His only interest is an obsession with the afterlife. Until, that is, the arrival of a reluctant new resident. 9.30 The Man Who Would Be Caine Documentary following actor Michael Caine from his poverty-stricken south London childhood, through his years as a struggling actor to his success as one of Hollywood’s biggest stars. What’s his name? What’s his name?! 10.00 FILM: Eastern Promises (2007) Starring Viggo Mortensen, Naomi Watts, Vincent Cassel, Armin Mueller-Stahl and Sinead Cusack. Thriller. When Anna, a midwife, sets out to discover the truth behind the death of a young prostitute, she finds herself snared in the deadly world of sex trafficking. 11.40 FILM: The Ipcress File (1965) Starring Michael Caine, Nigel Green, Guy Doleman. Spy thriller in which an agent is assigned to investigate a bizarre brain drain among scientists. 1.25am FILM: Dr Terror’s House Of Horrors (1964)

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6.00am GMTV 9.25 The Crocodile Hunter Diaries 10.25 Children’s Hospital 10.55 Monk 11.55 ITV News & Weather 12.10pm This Morning: Saturday 1.10 Totally You’ve Been Framed! 1.55 FILM: Arthur (1981) 3.45 FILM: Catwoman (2004) 5.40 Meridian News And Weather 5.55 ITV News & Weather

6.15 You’ve Been Framed! Kids Special Harry Hill is your guide for this special episode featuring the most hilarious kid-centred clips filmed on viewers’ camcorders and mobile phones. 7.15 Odd One In See highlights. 8.00 Magic Numbers Stephen Mulhern presents a brand new gameshow in which viewers at home can compete for a massive cash prize based on their telephone number. Star guests compete in hilarious games which generate six numbers. Viewers who have any two of those digits in their phone number could be chosen to play for the £250,000 pot. Such a Saturday night intellectual challenge – having a telephone. 9.00 30 Years Of An Audience With... See highlights. 10.00 ITV News; Weather 10.15 FILM: Captain Corelli’s Mandolin (2001) Starring Nicolas Cage, Penelope Cruz, John Hurt, Christian Bale. Wartime drama about the romance that develops between a gregarious Italian captain and a strong-willed Greek woman during the Italian occupation of Cephalonia. When the horror of war comes to shatter the tranquility of the island, their love is put to the ultimate test. 12.40am The Zone 2.40 FILM: Anything Else (2003) 4.30 October Road 5.15 ITV Nightscreen 5.30 ITV Morning News

Channel 4

6.10am Yo Gabba Gabba 6.35 The Hoobs 7.00 FIM Superbike World Championship 7.30 World Sport 8.00 The Morning Line 9.00 Orange RockCorps Manchester 9.50 Taio Cruz: Video Exclusive 9.55 Friends 10.25 Friends 10.55 Big Brother 11.55 Big Brother 12.25pm Hollyoaks Music Show 12.55 Under The Skin: Mark Ronson 1.55 Channel 4 Racing From Newbury, Newmarket And Market Rasen 3.55 Come Dine With Me 4.25 Come Dine With Me 4.55 Come Dine With Me 5.30 Come Dine With Me 6.00 Come Dine With Me Dinner party competition. Nature lover Sarah Pickering attempts to cook an ambitious meal in her bid for the cash prize, but does she have the time and expertise to manage? 6.30 Channel 4 News 6.55 4thought.tv Short documentary. 7.00 FILM: Guns Of The Magnificent Seven (1969) Starring George Kennedy, Monte Markham, James Whitmore Jr, Reni Santoni. Action-packed western about a band of seven men recruited to free a Mexican revolutionary leader from a heavily guarded fort so that he can resume a popular revolt. The third film in the Magnificent Seven series. 9.00 Big Brother Highlights of the latest 24 hours in the house. 10.00 Misfits Comedy drama. Five young outsiders carrying out community service get caught in a strange storm that leaves them with superpowers. The gang discover that others may have been affected by the storm and that their secret might not be as safe as they first thought. 11.05 FILM: Star Trek V: The Final Frontier (1989) Starring William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley, James Doohan, Walter Koenig and Nichelle Nichols. Sci-fi adventure. 1.05am Big Brother: Live 3.45 What About Brian 4.25 Demolition Day 5.20 Countdown

Five

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6.00 – 8.15am Children’s television 8.15 Little Princess 8.30 The Adventures Of Bottle Top Bill And His Best Friend Corky 8.50 Igam Ogam 9.00 Olivia 9.15 The Mr. Men Show 9.30 Gerald McBoing Boing 10.00 Zoo Days 10.05 Fifth Gear 10.35 The Man Who Moves Buildings 11.35 Don’t Stop Believers 11.40 Battle Of Britain: The Lost Evidence 12.40pm FILM: Operation Crossbow (1965) 2.55 FILM: None But The Brave (1965) 4.55 FILM: See No Evil, Hear No Evil (1989)

6.50 Five News 6.55 Don’t Stop Believers Short introducing one of the groups set to perform on ‘Don’t Stop Believing’. 7.00 NCIS US drama series. Gibbs and the team try to find out who was responsible for an explosion that killed two NCIS agents. Initially suspecting a suicide bomber was to blame, the team is baffled when some confusing new evidence comes to light and changes everything. 7.55 NCIS Drama. McGee finds himself under pressure while investigating a double murder apparently inspired by his latest novel. Gadzooks! 8.50 CSI: Miami Crime drama. CSIs investigate when a young woman is murdered in the bedroom of a man who had won a day with her and another girl at a charity auction. Rather have a mahogany sideboard. 9.50 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Drama series. The CSIs investigate the death of a starlet in a suspicious car accident. 10.45 Law And Order Crime. Police hunt a pair of home invaders who brutally murdered an innocent family. 11.40 Don’t Stop Believers Short. 11.45 Cops In Crisis Documentary. 12.05am SuperCasino 4.05 Golf: European Senior Tour 4.55 The Family Recipe 5.00 Hana’s Helpline 5.10 The Milkshake! Show 5.35 Thomas & Friends 5.45 Roary The Racing Car

6.00am Aerobics: Oz Style 6.30 Cricket: Friends Provident Twenty20 8.30 Cricket AM 10.00 LIVE Test Cricket 6.30pm Football’s Greatest 7.00 LIVE Darts: World Matchplay 11.00 Cricket: Friends Provident Twenty20 1.00am Darts: World Matchplay 5.00 Football’s Greatest 5.30 World Sport

Sky Sports 2 6.00am Max Power 7.00 Super League 8.30 LIVE Tri-Nations Rugby Union 11.00 World Sport 11.30 IEX Magazine 12.00pm LIVE Fish ‘O’ Mania 5.30 IEX Magazine 6.00 LIVE Cricket: Friends Provident Twenty20 9.30 Test Cricket 11.00 NFL – Total Access 12.00am Masters Football: Northern Masters 3.00 Max Power 4.00 World Sport 4.30 Tri-Nations Rugby Union 5.30 IEX Magazine

Sky Sports 3 6.00am Sports Unlimited 7.00 Friday Fight Night 9.00 The Premiership Years 11.00 WWE Smackdown 1.00pm WWE The Bottom Line 2.00 Max Power 3.00 The Premiership Years 5.00 WWE: Smackdown 7.00 World Sport 7.30 LIVE: Live Masters Football: Northern Masters 10.30 WWE Late Night Superstars 12.30am WWE Late Night Smackdown 2.30 WWE Late Night Bottom Line 3.30 IEX Magazine 4.00 Watersports World 5.00 Max Power

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2.00pm Vet Adventures 3.00 Project Runway 4.00 Liza And Huey’s Pet Nation 5.00 Futurama (x2) 6.00 My Pet Shame 7.00 The Simpsons 7.30 Glenn Martin, DDS 8.00 The Simpsons 8.30 Glenn Martin, DDS 9.00 FILM: Coyote Ugly (2000) 10.55 Classic Albums 12.00am UK Border Force 1.00 FILM: Deadly Suspicion (2008)

7.00pm FILM: High School Musical (2006). See highlights. 8.35 Top Gear 9.35 FILM: V For Vendetta (2005) 11.40 Family Guy (x2) 12.25 American Dad! (x2) 1.10 FILM: High School Musical (2006) 2.45 Peckham Finishing School For Girls 3.45 The Real Hustle Undercover 4.15 Big Meets Bigger

7.00pm BBC Proms 2010: Bryn Terfel Sings Wagner’s Meistersinger 12.00am FILM: In The Heat Of The Night (1967) 1.45 Rich Hall’s ‘The Dirty South’ 3.15 FILM: God’s Little Acre (1958)

2.50pm Planet’s Funniest Animals 3.15 Premiere Special: The Karate Kid 3.50 America’s Got Talent (x2) 6.40 FILM: Bill And Ted’s Excellent Adventure (1989) 8.25 FILM: Wild Wild West (1999) 10.30 FILM: The Fugitive (1993) 1.10am Premiere Special: The Karate Kid 1.40 Ladette To Lady

6.00am Film File 6.10 On The Buses 6.35 The Casebook Of Sherlock Holmes 7.35 Upstairs, Downstairs (x2) 9.50 Ironside (x3) 12.55pm Wycliffe 2.30 Kavanagh QC 4.05 Pie In The Sky 5.15 Agatha Christie’s Poirot 7.30 Lewis 9.30 A Touch Of Frost 11.30 Cracker 12.45am Agatha Christie’s Poirot

12.05pm Wife Swap USA 1.05 Big Brother: Live 2.20 Hollyoaks Omnibus 5.00 Friends (x3) 6.30 Smallville 7.25 The Big Bang Theory 7.55 How I Met Your Mother 8.25 Friends (x3) 10.00 FILM: Under Siege (1992) 12.00am FILM: Hot Shots! Part Deux (1993) 1.45 Big Brother: Live

9.00am A Place In The Sun 9.30 Time Team (x5) 2.40 FILM: The Mark Of Zorro (1974) 4.20 Grand Designs Revisited (x5) 10.00 Thriller In Manila 11.55 Sex In The 70s 12.55am Thriller In Manila 2.55 Sex In The 70s

11.00am Seven Days To Noon (1950) 12.50pm Inception Special 1.00 Catch That Kid (2004) 2.50 Sunset Boulevard (1950) 4.55 Meet Me In St Louis (1944) 7.05 Honey, I Shrunk The Kids (1989) 8.50 Inception Special 9.00 Walk The Line (2005) 11.35 Funny Games (2007) 1.45am Memento (2000)

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sunday 18 Don’t Stop Believing Five, 7pm This is Five’s big talent shout-out, with Emma Bunton hosting proceedings in the search to find Britain’s best new all-dancing, all-singing group. Judge/mentors are Anastacia, Tamzin Outhwaite, Duncan James and Charles ‘Chucky’ Klapow. What? Yup, the last one is an award-winning choreographer from LA. Enjoy.

Heartbeat ITV1, 8pm It’s a new series, and nostalgia is still as pretty as ever. Although murder puts a dampener on it for a newcomer to the village. She didn’t do it, she got done by it. Suffice to say, she’s dead. Joe’s not sure who to arrest and when the murder weapon turns up things get more confusing. Sure that nice smile will sort it all out.

Glee E4, 6pm Those Glee kids keep popping up on chat shows, daytime telly and gossip columns, so it may be time to remind ourselves exactly what the fuss was about in the first place. Was it Kurt’s knifetwirling? Ur, no. Was it Mr Schu’s love life? Ur, yes – but just because it’s getting attention in real life shouldn’t confuse things.

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6.00am Breakfast 9.00 The Andrew Marr Show 10.00 Sunday Morning Live 11.00 Cash In The Attic 11.30 The Politics Show 12.45pm Golf: The Open

6.00 – 7.00am Children’s television 7.00 Everything’s Rosie 7.10 Dirtgirlworld 7.20 Bob’s Mini Projects 7.25 Muddle Earth 7.35 Bear Behaving Badly 8.00 Wingin’ It 8.20 Sam And Mark’s Guide To Dodging Disaster 8.30 Planet Ajay 9.00 Big Babies 9.15 OOglies 9.30 Something For The Weekend 11.00 Golf: The Open 12.45pm MotoGP 2010: Round 8 – Sachsenring 2.00 Flog It! 2.30 EastEnders 4.25 Escape To The Country 5.25 Songs Of Praise

7.00 Antiques Roadshow Fiona Bruce and the team hear fascinating stories and make bombshell valuations as they examine people’s treasures. Really quite hypnotising telly. And covetous. 7.45 BBC News 7.55 South East Today 8.00 FILM: Pirates Of The Caribbean: The Curse Of The Black Pearl (2003) Starring Johnny Depp, Keira Knightley, Orlando Bloom, Geoffrey Rush, Jack Davenport. Swashbuckling adventure. Eccentric Captain Sparrow is on a mission to rescue Governor Swann’s beautiful daughter, Elizabeth, and his ship, the Black Pearl, both of which have been captured by the curseridden pirate Captain Barbossa. Argh! Me hearties! Rum! Where’s all the rum gone?! Enough to turn you pirate. 10.20 BBC News 10.35 South East Today 10.45 FILM: Enigma (2001) Starring Dougray Scott, Kate Winslet, Jeremy Northam, Saffron Burrows. Second World War drama about an emotionally fragile code-breaker who is called back to the scene of his mental breakdown when the Enigma machine fails to crack the new German code. Based on a true story. 12.35am Weatherview 12.40 Sign Zone: Children’s Emergency 1.10 The Silence 2.10 Holby City 3.10 Grow Your Own Drugs 3.40 BBC News

6.00 Wild Wales: The Heart Of Wales Iolo Williams heads west to Cardigan Bay to see some colourful lizards, and ends in Aberystwyth with 20,000 starlings. We’ve got loads of them! 7.00 Dragons’ Den The Dragons are back and hungry to secure themselves the best deal. 8.00 Top Gear Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May attempt to build cool and interesting motorhomes before setting off for a bank holiday weekend in the West Country to see how each of their creations performs in the real world. 9.00 FILM: The Damned United (2009) Starring Michael Sheen. The story of Brian Clough’s 44 day stint as manager of Leeds United Football Club. England, 1974. Much-acclaimed. 10.30 Brian Clough: The Greatest Manager England Never Had? This frank documentary tells the story of an unforgettable career, including heady days with Derby County, unprecedented European success with Nottingham Forest and a notorious 44-day tenure as Leeds United boss, fictionalised in the novel and film The Damned United. 11.30 Mock The Week Comedy show.. 12.00am FILM: Things To Do Before You’re 30 (2004) 1.35 BBC News 3.40 The Super League Show

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6.00am GMTV 9.25 Coronation Street Omnibus 12.05pm ITV News & Weather 12.10 This Morning: Sunday 1.10 House Gift 2.10 Columbo: Lovely But Lethal 3.40 Agatha Christie’s Poirot 5.40 Ladies Of Letters

6.10 Meridian News; Weather 6.20 ITV News; Weather 6.30 Celebrating The Carpenters Amanda Holden and Ronan Keating introduce a programme featuring brand new versions of The Carpenters’ best-loved songs performed by The Feeling, Chrissie Hynde, The Saturdays, Noisettes, Beverley Knight and Dionne Warwick. 7.30 Coronation Street Will John reveal everything to the real Colin Fishwick? 8.00 Heartbeat See highlights. 9.00 Taggart When troubled gambler Nick Williams is murdered at a greyhound track it seems at first that his huge debts cost him his life. The team delve deeper and find an embittered wife, a disgruntled local ruffian and a greyhound handler with secrets of his own. Is there more to Nick’s past than the team know? You don’t get enough ruffians these days. 10.00 ITV News; Weather 10.15 FILM: Out Of Sight (1998) Starring George Clooney, Jennifer Lopez, Ving Rhames. Crime drama mixing romance and comedy. While escaping from prison, a charming bank robber briefly takes a federal marshal hostage and in that short time, they fall in love. Better than speed dating. 12.30am The Zone 2.30 Motorsport UK 3.20 ITV Nightscreen 5.30 ITV Morning News

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6.05am The Hoobs 6.30 The Hoobs 7.00 Catching The Impossible 7.55 Mobil 1 The Grid 8.20 Quaife MSA British Rallycross 8.50 The Hills 9.20 Hollyoaks Omnibus 11.50 Big Brother’s Little Brother 12.50pm Being... N-Dubz 1.20 The Simpsons 1.50 The Simpsons 2.20 FILM: Ever After: A Cinderella Story (1998) 4.35 Deal Or No Deal 5.25 FILM: Grease (1978)

7.30 Channel 4 News 7.55 4thought.tv Series of short documentaries on religion. Fourteenyear-old Aya is part of a small Muslim community in Belfast. 8.00 Dispatches: Catching The Gun Runners Documentary following an undercover police operation as it tracks a criminal gang trying to smuggle guns into Britain. The painstaking work of Lancashire’s Serious and Organised Crime Unit culminated in the seizure of a vehicle in Dover containing drugs, weapons and ammunition, and led to the successful conviction of over 20 people involved in this international crime ring. 9.00 Big Brother Highlights from the last 24 hours in the BB house. 10.00 Alan Carr: Chatty Man Alan Carr hosts his own light-hearted chat show. His guests include Princess of Pop Kylie Minogue, actor and rocker Jared Leto and Liverpudlian comedian John Bishop. 11.05 The IT Crowd Surreal office sitcom. Roy gets obsessed by his latest girlfriend’s sad family history while Jen tells an absolute whopper. 11.40 Stand Up For The Week Repeat of Friday’s show. 12.25am MUSIC ON 4: Music On 4 Intros: The Drums 12.40 Devlin 12.50 The Album Chart Show 1.20 Big Brother: Live 4.25 Countdown 5.10 Hill Street Blues

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6.00am Aerobics: Oz Style 6.30 FIFA Futbol Mundial 7.00 Cricket: Friends Provident Twenty20 9.00 Cricket Writers On TV 10.30 Darts: World Matchplay 2.30pm LIVE Cricket: Friends Provident Twenty20 6.00 FIFA Futbol Mundial 6.30 Football’s Greatest 7.00 LIVE Darts: World Matchplay 11.00 This Week In WWE 11.30 WWE Late Night Afterburn 12.30am This Week In WWE 1.00 LIVE WWE Money In The Bank 4.00 Rugby League: Northern Rail Cup Final 5.30 Seamaster Sailing

Sky Sports 2 6.00am Wild Spirits 6.30 Red Bull Air Race 7.30 UCI Mountain Bike World Cup 8.00 Modern Pentathlon World Cup Series 9.00 Masters Football: Northern Masters 12.00pm LIVE Fish ‘O’ Mania 5.30 Ocean Ride 6.00 LIVE Masters Football: Northwest Masters 9.00 Rugby League: Northern Rail Cup Final 10.30 Football’s Greatest 11.00 The Premiership Years 1.00am Darts: World Matchplay 5.00 Close

Sky Sports 3 6.00am Watersports World 7.00 Seamaster Sailing 7.30 This Week In WWE 8.00 WWE Vintage Collection 9.00 WWE Afterburn 10.00 Red Bull Air Race 11.00 Seamaster Sailing 11.30 Racing News 12.00pm Cricket: Friends Provident Twenty20 2.00 Race World 3.00 IEX Magazine 3.30 LIVE Rugby League: Northern Rail Cup Final 6.00 WWE Experience 7.00 The Premiership Years 9.00 LIVE PGA Tour Golf 12.00am Masters Football: Northwest Masters 3.00 Seamaster Sailing 3.30 Close

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7.00pm The World’s Strictest Parents 8.00 Don’t Tell The Bride 9.00 The Real Hustle Around The World 10.00 Family Guy (x2) 10.45 Lee Nelson’s Well Good Show 11.15 Mongrels 11.45 Bizarre ER 12.15am Vampires: Why They Bite 1.15 The Real Hustle Around The World 2.15 Peckham Finishing School For Girls

7.00pm The Department Store 8.00 Inside John Lewis 9.00 Who Killed Caravaggio? 10.00 FILM: XXY (2007) 11.25 Merle Haggard: Learning To Live With Myself 12.55am Kings Of Country 1.55 Johnny Cash: The Story Of Folsom Prison 2.55 The Department Store 3.55 Who Killed Caravaggio?

12.45pm FILM: Apollo 13 (1995) 3.30 Odd One In 4.15 The Cube 5.20 FILM: Bill And Ted’s Excellent Adventure (1989) 7.10 FILM: Babe (1995) 9.00 Peter Andre: The Next Chapter 10.00 FILM: The Bourne Supremacy (2004) 12.15am Coronation Street 12.45 ITunes Festival 2010 (x2) 2.35 Supernatural

10.25am Heartbeat 11.25 Agatha Christie’s Poirot 1.40pm Kavanagh QC 3.15 The Forsyte Saga 4.45 The Turn Of The Screw 6.50 Mr Bean (x2) 8.00 Robbie Coltrane: B-Road Britain 9.00 FILM: The American President (1995) 11.20 Kavanagh QC 1.00am Cracker 1.55 Kavanagh QC 3.10 Emmerdale Omnibus

12.55pm Scrubs 1.25 Big Brother 2.25 Big Brother: Live 3.10 FILM: Save The Last Dance 2: Stepping Up (2006) 5.00 Friends (x2) 6.00 Glee. See highlights. 7.00 One Tree Hill 8.00 Friends (x2) 9.00 FILM: AVP: Alien Vs Predator (2004) 10.50 FILM: Under Siege (1992) 12.50am Big Brother: Live

12.45pm Scrapheap Challenge 1.50 The Coach Trip (x5) 4.35 Come Dine With Me (x5) 7.30 The TV Book Club 8.00 Jamie Does... Marrakesh 9.00 The Family 10.05 The World’s Strangest Plastic Surgery And Me 11.10 Father Ted 11.45 Black Books 12.15am The IT Crowd 12.50 Curb Your Enthusiasm

11.00am The Long Memory (1953) 12.50pm Inception Special 1.00 Akeelah And The Bee (2006) 3.05 Smoky (1946) 4.45 The River’s Edge (1957) 7.25 The Core (2003) 9.00 Drillbit Taylor (2008) 11.00 The Fly (1986) 1.00am Jackass: The Movie (2002) 2.35 Inception Special

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monday 19 Identity ITV1, 9pm Nifty idea this, a group working on crime connected with identities. This week it’s old identities catching up when a woman and her ten-year-old son are exposed on the internet as being in witness protection. Guarding duty for Bloom, then. When he’s not off gallivanting with his other life that is. Danger.

Rev BBC2, 10pm Envy can be a blight. Especially when, as a vicar, you hear your old rival on Thought For The Day. What? Adam being outdone in the good stakes? Time to kickstart the old career by going on The One Show. Perhaps not, when an ill-advised comment about homosexuality lands him in very hot water. Blast. Very funny.

The Sex Education Show Vs Pornography E4, 10pm Norfolk’s got a bum rap reputation-wise for its shenanigans, with jokes about six fingered babies a-plenty. So where better to start than with interactive lessons in anatomy, thinks Anna Richardson, than at a school in Norfolk? She also chats with a porn star. Nice job.

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6.00am Breakfast 9.15 Heir Hunters 10.00 Escape To The Country 11.00 Homes Under The Hammer 11.30 Cash In The Attic 12.15pm Bargain Hunt 1.00 BBC News At One 1.30 South East Today 1.45 Doctors 2.15 Murder, She Wrote 3.00 BBC News 3.05 ZingZillas 3.25 Zoo Factor 3.50 OOglies 4.05 Mission: 2110 4.35 The Legend Of Dick And Dom 5.00 Newsround 5.15 The Weakest Link

6.00 BBC News At Six 6.30 South East Today 7.00 The One Show 7.30 Fake Britain Dom Littlewood reveals the extent of people using fake identities in the UK. 8.00 EastEnders Ben assures Phil that life is fine in prison, but is he telling the truth? Probably safer than being outside with psycho Lucas. 8.30 Panorama Vigorous investigation of a topical issue. 9.00 Who Do You Think You Are? When Bruce Forsyth receives a letter from America from a woman who claims to be related to Bruce through his great-grandfather, suggesting he was married to two women at the same time, Bruce becomes determined to investigate. 10.00 BBC News 10.25 South East Today 10.35 My Kid’s Big Fat Birthday Party Documentary following the mums and dads who believe that their child’s birthday party is the most important day of the year. 11.25 FILM: It’s A Boy Girl Thing (2006) Starring Kevin Zegers, Samaire Armstrong. Romantic comedy in which neighbours and enemies Woody and Nell wake up to find themselves in each other’s bodies. 12.55am Springwatch Weatherview 1.00 Sign Zone: The Silence 2.00 The Genius Of Design 3.00 Museum Of Life 4.00 BBC News

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6.00 – 8.30am Children’s television 8.30 Ed And Oucho’s Excellent Inventions 9.00 Roar 9.30 Gimme A Break 10.00 Copycats 10.25 Angus And Cheryl 10.30 Deadly 60 11.00 Sam And Mark’s Guide To Dodging Disaster 11.10 The Flintstones 11.35 The Flintstones 12.00pm The Daily Politics 12.30 Working Lunch 1.00 The World At War 1.50 Ben Fogle’s Escape In Time 2.35 Ready Steady Cook 3.00 Diagnosis Murder 3.45 Flog It! 4.30 Cash In The Celebrity Attic 5.15 The Hairy Bikers’ Food Tour Of Britain 6.00 Eggheads Dermot Murnaghan hosts a general knowledge quiz. 6.30 Antiques Road Trip Antiques experts David Harper and James Lewis travel from Liverpool to Market Harborough. James is tempted by some fine French antiques, and David is enchanted by some beautiful French clocks. Hynotised perhaps? 7.00 Victorian Pharmacy Repeat of Thursday’s show. 8.00 University Challenge It’s an Oxbridge first-round match with students representing Balliol College, Oxford doing battle with Queens’ College, Cambridge for a place in the second round. 8.30 Antiques Master The country’s leading amateur antiques enthusiasts battle it out to become Britain’s firstever Antiques Master. Go on my Chippendale son! 9.00 The Green Howards: A Newsnight Special No more info available. Obviously it’s a surprise. 10.00 Rev See highlights. 10.30 Newsnight In-depth investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day’s headlines. 11.20 Brian Clough: The Greatest Manager England Never Had? Repeat of Sunday’s show. 12.20am The Private Life Of Chickens 1.20 BBC News

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6.00am GMTV 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show 10.30 This Morning 11.25 ITV News 11.30 This Morning 12.30pm Loose Women 1.30 ITV News & Weather 2.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal 3.00 60 Minute Makeover 4.00 Midsomer Murders 5.00 The Chase

6.00 Meridian Tonight 6.30 ITV News; Weather 7.00 Emmerdale Shadrach opens up to Marlon. Holly is furious when Adam and Aaron approach Roz. 7.30 Coronation Street John’s carefully laid plans slowly start to go awry. Dev and Sunita clash over their new babysitting arrangements. 8.00 Countrywise As the Glastonbury Festival celebrates its 40th anniversary, the team are in Somerset where Paul Heiney uncovers an ancient place of worship at the nearby Tor. 8.30 Coronation Street Will jealous Ryan out Sophie and Sian? A naive Natasha risks Audrey’s wrath by arranging an unwanted birthday bash. Poor sweet intentions. Tash can’t even remember when Audrey used to be Miss Popoff (Rentaghost). 9.00 Identity See highlights. 10.00 ITV News At Ten; Weather 10.35 FILM: Taking Lives (2004) Starring Angelina Jolie, Ethan Hawke, Kiefer Sutherland, Olivier Martinez. Mystery thriller. An unorthodox FBI profiling expert travels to Montreal to help local police find a serial killer who mutilates his victims then assumes their identities. As you do. A bit of an ITV theme going on tonight. 12.30am The Zone 2.30 The Jeremy Kyle Show 3.25 ITV Nightscreen 5.30 ITV Morning News

Channel 4

6.00am The Hoobs 6.25 The Hoobs 6.50 Big Brother’s Little Brother 7.45 Big Brother 8.45 Fern Britton’s 5 O’Clock Show 9.45 Deal Or No Deal 10.30 Everybody Loves Raymond 11.00 Friends 11.30 Friends 12.00pm Channel 4 News Summary 12.05 Iyaz’s Postcard From T4 On The Beach 12.20 The TV Book Club 12.50 Come Dine With Me 1.20 Come Dine With Me 1.50 Come Dine With Me 2.20 Come Dine With Me 2.50 Come Dine With Me 3.25 Countdown 4.10 Deal Or No Deal 5.00 Fern Britton’s 5 O’Clock Show 6.00 The Simpsons 6.30 Hollyoaks Carmel asks Theresa if she killed Calvin. Cheryl accidentally gets locked in a cupboard with Jack. Big and small stories. Good to keep a balance. 7.00 Channel 4 News 7.55 4thought.tv Short documentary. 8.00 WWI: Finding The Lost Battalions Three British families attempt to find out if their missing relatives are among the bodies of 250 Commonwealth World War I military personnel found in unmarked graves in northern France. The documentary also illustrates the full horror of the Battle of Fromelles. 9.30 Big Brother Highlights of the last 24 hours in the BB house. 10.40 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA Gordon visits Anna Vincenzo’s, an Italian restaurant in Boca Raton, Florida. Owner CeCe is puzzled as to why business has slowed down, until Gordon discovers that she has lost her way in the kitchen. Will CeCe accept Gordon’s criticism? Usual tact involved here. 11.40 Being... N-Dubz Reality series following the lives of London-based hip-hop act N-Dubz. 12.10am MUSIC ON 4: Biffy Clyro: Video Exclusive 12.15 Alan Carr: Chatty Man 1.15 PokerStars.com European Poker Tour 2.10 Big Brother: Live 4.20 FILM: Intrigue (1947) 5.50 The Hoobs

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6.00 – 9.00am Children’s television 9.00 Bert And Ernie’s Great Adventures 9.05 Chiro 9.10 Castle Farm 9.20 The Adventures Of Bottle Top Bill And His Best Friend Corky 9.30 Igam Ogam 9.45 Michaela’s Animal Road Trip 10.45 Trisha Goddard 11.45 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 12.40pm Five News 12.50 House 1.45 Neighbours 2.15 Home And Away 2.50 Don’t Stop Believers 2.55 County Secrets 3.10 FILM: The Colt (2005) 5.00 Five News 5.30 Neighbours 6.00 Home And Away Marilyn looks forward to her date with Sid, in spite of everyone else’s misgivings. Nicole summons up the courage to ask Penn whether he has been seeing other girls. Does no one just go for a swim anymore? It’s all dating this ‘n’ that! 6.25 Don’t Stop Believers Short. 6.30 Live From Studio Five 7.30 How Do They Do It? Robert Llewellyn takes a trip 115 metres below the sea to explore the vast pumping stations, giant fans and double-headed service vehicles that keep the Channel Tunnel dry, cool and running smoothly. Whoa! Cool. 8.00 Police Interceptors Documentary series profiling the work of a high-speed police interception unit in Essex. 9.00 FILM: The Jackal (1997) Starring Bruce Willis, Richard Gere, Sidney Poitier, Diane Venora. Violent action thriller about the FBI’s attempts to catch a deadly master of disguise who a Russian mafia boss has hired to kill a top figure in the US government. 11.25 Don’t Stop Believers Short. 11.30 The Sexy Ads Show Comedian Spencer Brown presents... well, you can probably guess. 12.05am UFC 95: Main Event 1.05 SuperCasino 4.05 House Doctor (x2) 4.55 Animal Rescue 5.10 The New Tomorrow 5.35 Michaela’s Wild Challenge

6.00am Good Morning Sports Fans (x3) 9.00 Darts: World Matchplay 1.00pm FIFA Futbol Mundial 1.30 Masters Football: Northwest Masters 4.30 Premier League Years 6.30 Football’s Greatest 7.00 LIVE Darts: World Matchplay 11.00 Time Of Our Lives 12.00am Elite League Speedway 2.00 Soccer AM: The Best Bits 3.00 FIFA Futbol Mundial 3.30 Watersports World 4.30 Max Power 5.30 FIFA Futbol Mundial

Sky Sports 2 6.00am Aerobics: Oz Style 6.30 Ocean Ride 7.00 PGA Tour Golf 10.00 Fish ‘O’ Mania 3.30pm TriNations Rugby Union 4.30 LIVE Cricket 10.00 PGA Tour Golf 11.00 Shell’s Wonderful World Of Golf 12.30am PGA Tour Classic 1.30 Golfing World 2.30 Boots ‘n’ All – The Tries 3.30 Elite League Speedway 5.30 Close

Sky Sports 3 6.30am Seamaster Sailing 7.00 Cricket: Friends Provident Twenty20 9.00 The Premiership Years 11.00 Tri-Nations Rugby Union 12.00pm Rugby League: Northern Rail Cup Final 1.30 Super League 3.00 Friday Fight Night 5.00 IndyCar Series 7.00 Fishing Gurus 7.30 LIVE Elite League Speedway 9.30 The Premiership Years 11.30 Boots ‘n’ All – The Tries 12.30am This Week In WWE 1.00 WWE NXT 2.00 LIVE WWE Late Night Raw 4.15 Close

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7.00pm 101 Ways To Leave A Gameshow 8.00 Snog Marry Avoid? 8.30 Hotter Than My Daughter 9.00 Gavin And Stacey 9.30 Lee Nelson’s Well Good Show 10.00 EastEnders 10.30 Bizarre ER 11.00 Family Guy (x2) 11.45 Gavin And Stacey 12.15am Lee Nelson’s Well Good Show 12.45 101 Ways To Leave A Gameshow

7.00pm World News Today 7.30 Science And Islam 8.30 On Hannibal’s Trail 9.00 The Great British Outdoors 10.00 Ball Trap On The Cote Sauvage 11.25 Ian Hislop’s Scouting For Boys 12.20am The Great British Outdoors 1.20 On Hannibal’s Trail 1.50 Who Killed Caravaggio? 2.50 The Great British Outdoors

12.00pm Coronation Street (x2) 1.00 Emmerdale 1.30 The Jeremy Kyle Show (x2) 3.40 Loose Women 4.40 The Ricki Lake Show 5.30 Judge Judy (x3) 7.00 Paris Hilton’s My New BFF 8.00 Katie & Alex: For Better For Worse 9.00 FILM: The Last Samurai (2003) 12.00am Ladette To Lady 1.00 Coronation Street (x2)

2.55pm Upstairs, Downstairs 4.00 Daily Cooks Challenge 5.00 Goodnight Sweetheart 5.40 Heartbeat 6.45 The Darling Buds Of May 7.50 Jeeves And Wooster 9.00 Greatest Cities Of The World With Griff Rhys Jones 10.00 Murder In Suburbia 11.00 The Bill: The Calling 12.05am Reckless

3.05pm Gilmore Girls 4.00 Samantha Who? 4.30 Friends (x3) 6.00 Big Brother’s Little Brother 6.25 The Big Bang Theory 7.00 Hollyoaks 7.30 Friends (x3) 9.00 One Tree Hill 10.00 The Sex Education Show Vs Pornography. See highlights. 11.05 Shameless 12.05am Being Erica 1.05 Big Brother: Live

3.25pm Come Dine With Me 3.55 The Coach Trip 4.25 A Place In The Sun: Home Or USA? 5.30 Relocation, Relocation 6.35 Deal Or No Deal 7.25 Grand Designs 8.30 Pussies Galore 9.00 Country House Rescue 10.00 The Restoration Man 11.05 Without A Trace 12.05am Country House Rescue

11.00am The Eve Of Saint Mark (1944) 12.55pm The Strange Affair Of Uncle Harry (1945) 2.30 There’s No Business Like Show Business (1954) 4.45 The Thief Of Bagdad (1940) 6.50 Inception Special 7.00 The Wedding Planner (2001) 9.00 Kingdom Of Heaven (2005) 12.40am Wendy And Lucy (2008)

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