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the city magazine for brighton & hove www.thelatest.co.uk BRIGHTON LIGHTS

H arts H news H food H listings H tv guide H 19– 25 October 2010

Sascha Cooper loves the Brighton and Hove Foodie Awards, Sarah Deeas meets a gay football team the Justin Fashanu All-Stars, Recha Gries meets Brighton Music Awards maestro Mark Ede and Kelsey Cameron talks about The Eco Guide to Sussex with Katie Ramsay. Val Aviv presents from all over Brighton the fast moving fifteenth edition of BRIGHTON LIGHTS

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JACK WHITEHALL The Big Brother’s Big Mouth star on finding his voice

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Road story A major new production from Akram Khan at Brighton Dome

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JIM JEFFERIES On alcoholism and comedy


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2010

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19-25 OCTOBER

04 NEWS & COMMENT

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4 Social Diary Brighton & Hove Business Show, Funky Fish Club’s 10th birthday, Modernistock 5 City Speak Ruby encounters the worst mirror in Brighton, Tash has ‘kissing disease’, and Will wonders if love is a fisherman’s tale 6 News Don’t smile, it’s a parking complaint; plus Councillor Mary Mears on New England House 6 Latest Inbox Readers’ letters, emails and web comments 7 Bookings Tinie Tempah, Lee Evans, Jimmy Webb 7 Competitions Win tickets to see Lark Rise To Candleford in Richmond 7 Latest Brighton Download Chart And this week’s number one is... The Last Cry! (again) 8 Snap Shots Meet celebrity and Brighton visitor Meg Mathews 9 Celebcity The X-Factor, The Apprentice and Uri Geller come to town 10 Bare Cheek & Astral Angi What’s Not On: Stage; plus your stars

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11 L7 INTERVIEW At 22, Jack Whitehall is the youngest face of TV comedy. He talks Big Brother, Russell Brand, tabloid coke stories and disappointing his public school

LATEST TV

What’s the best food shop in Brighton and Hove, the best cafe, the best restaurant? That’s what the Brighton and Hove Foodie Awards are for and Sascha Cooper had a fabulous night out checking out the results. See Andrew Kay’s Food & Drink page for the winners. How many gay footballers can you name? But football is coming out and Sarah Deeas talks to Jason Hall about his team, the Justin Fashanu All-Stars. We have just seen hundreds of bands playing all over the city for free at the highly successful Brighton Live festival, and some of these musicians will soon be winning awards at the Brighton Music Awards. Recha Gries meets the man behind these events, Mark Ede. Finally, Kelsey Cameron talks green issues with the writer, editor and publisher Katie Ramsay, about her book The Eco Guide to Sussex. Val Aviv gets out and about in Brighton to present this fast moving 15th edition of Brighton Lights. Bill Smith, Brighton Lights

13 LIFESTYLE 13 Cover feature Choreographer Akram Khan brings his ‘beautiful and harrowing’ new work, Vertical Road, to Brighton Dome 14 Hotlist Where to drink and dine this week 15 Andrew Kay’s Food & Drink The winners of the Brighton & Hove Foodie Awards 16 Frock Me! Pick up a retro bargain at the Vintage Fashion Fair 16 Health How to guard against the winter blues

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17 WHAT’S ON 17 Stage Jim Jefferies on being a comedian and an alcoholic 19 Festive shows From pantos to ice shows, book your tickets now 24 Music & Clubs The Brighton Early Music Festival 26 Events Howards Marks comes to Komedia 26 Art Queer Brighton exhibition at Lighthouse 27 Film What’s screening at your local cinema this week 28 Comedy Brighton Comedy Festival highlights and more 28 Gay Your seven-day gay listings guide 29 Reviews Russell Kane, Sarah Millican, Al Murray, Brighton Live 30 Sport and TV Andy Winter looks to Sky for his winter cricket fix; plus your seven-day guide to what’s on the box

Managing Editor Bill Smith Business Director Angi Mariani Finance Manager Sharon Caple Sales Director Lynne Edwards Advertising Sales Natasha Prochaski Creative Director Andrew Kay Production Director Fiona McTernan

Stewart Lee: Vegetable Stew Concert Hall, Brighton Dome Tuesday 19 October

For comedy fans, Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle on BBC2 was the TV event of 2009. Watch him try out material for a second series, scheduled for 2011, as he plays his biggest Brighton show to date.

Creating Opportunities Locally

Production Manager Neil Ive Production Editor Victoria Nangle Chief Sub Editor Zara Baker Sub Editors Melina Greenfield Rachel Junior James Snodgrass Music Editor Jeff Hemmings Music Listings Nick Aldwinckle Editorial assistant Laura Hayward

Art Director Stephen King Design Rob Burdick Anand Day Steve Sawyer Illustrators Dan Evans Lili Bé Paul Lewis Photography Patrick Kneath Diana Frangi Administration Claire Peerless

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SOCIAL DIARY

Latest diary Around town with: Brighton & Hove Business Show, Funky Fish Club and Modernistock Best in the biz The Brighton & Hove Business Show, the city’s leading business2business trade event for sourcing products and services, was held at The Hove Town Hall on 7 October 2010. Awards were presented to Brighton Chamber of Nick Mosley (www.brightonvistor.com). Emma Carson. Linda Biggers Commerce for The Most (TheSpanishfoodCompany.co.uk) Creative and Commercial Stand, The Spanish Food Company for Best New Product or Service Offered and to Hotel Du Vin for Best Green Business. The next event takes place in April. For more info visit www.brightonandhovebusinessshow.co.uk. Photos: Patrick Kneath

Organisers Roberto Germain, Neil Sykes and Sharon Kirku p

MOD Band ‘Stone Foundation’

A la mod Once the scene of a famous ‘battle’ between the Mods and Rockers, on 10 October Madeira Drive resonated to a more peaceful gathering of the clans for the Modernistock festival, organised by Neil Sykes, owner of The Modern World Gallery. The festival raised funds for The Sussex Heart Charity. Photos: Diana Frangi

The Adonis Cabaret

Phil Lewis (General Manager, Hotel Du Vin & Bistro), Max Robinson (MCR Print) merce Brighton Chamber of Com Momma Cherri and Neil Waugh owner of The Funky Fish/New Madeira Hotel

In the midnight hour

Alice Roberts (Brighton Chamber of Commerce), Andrew Kay (Latest Magazines)

As the clock struck midnight on 10.10.10, the Funky Fish Club celebrated its 10 year anniversary with a party at the club. Momma Cherri served up catfish with pineapple salsa, spicy jambalaya and key lime pies, resident DJ Delimentary treated the guests to a cavalcade of soul, funk, Motown and hip-hop, and dance group Street Funk broke from the crowd to take over the dance floor with an incredible routine. For more info visit www.funkyfishclub.co.uk  Photos: Diana Frangi


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CITY SPEAK 05

Teen Spirit

Life begins at 70 Ruby Grimshaw is a reluctant clothes shopper

Tasha Dhanraj has the ‘kissing disease’

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m I the only female who hates stuff played at top volume? shopping? I don’t mean the Now, I’m not a great Sinatra fan regular grocery grind. Surely (strangely enough, Daughter C is) everyone resents the time spent but wouldn’t some of the old classic food shopping, pushing a reluctant ballads be more relaxing and trolley around a noisy, windowless thus more conducive to helping barn? Just when you have the customers to walk more managed to memorise the slowly, thereby encouraging them whereabouts of the milk, eggs, to buy something? bread and marmalade and got your I hate the faff of trying things on. swoop through the aisles down to I have learnt, of course, that having 13 minutes, they change the layout to bring things back because they – on purpose I am sure. do not fit is a pain, but I do resent No, I mean clothes shopping – taking all my layers off and being looking for a little number you hope forced to see myself at close range will make you in a huge mirror appear more elegant under a 150 watt “The mirror in or fashionable or, bulb. Every little, when you get to my not so little, BHS would have and age, even a little imperfection, which younger without can be easily looking like old mare Angelina Jolie ignored at home done up as filly. through avoiding all making for I particularly hate mirrors, is now very those shops that clear. And often Beachy Head” have a young girl what looked chic on inside the door, her the model in the black skirt resting a centimetre shop window will, on me, turn into a above her crutch, who greets you frumpy tent only suitable for the with a smile which does nothing to charity bag. disguise the withering look in her If you feel particularly depressed eyes. She might just as well be about your image, on no account saying, “You can’t possibly think we take the lift in the BHS store in have anything in our lovely modern Churchill Square. The mirror there shop which would suit an old bag has the ability to have Angelina Jolie like you, do you?” making for Beachy Head. Then there is the piped-in music, I have reached the point in my life which is not so much playing in the where I am prepared to pay background as smashing into your someone like Gok to take me on and head. I would rather have no music obtain a whole range of clothes at all but if we do have to have it, which fit and flatter me. But not the must it be the unintelligible/rap/pop naked bit. No way. Never.

have glandular fever, which is alcohol which isn’t much of a by far the worst illness I’ve ever problem anyway, but does mean had. The initial two weeks of that next time I drink I will be excruciating throat pain have legally old enough and where’s ceased and now I am left with the fun in that? exhaustion. I hadn’t left the house In the last year I have been sick for a fortnight, then finally I felt more frequently than ever before. well enough to go to our weekly Most of my illness just seems to be family tea party and it wiped me my body reducing any chances of out so much that I am now forced me getting a boyfriend. A few to spend my Sunday sitting in bed months ago I had a beautiful crusty and feeling sorry for myself. Well, I skin disease called impetigo – say forced – if I didn’t have needless to say I looked rather glandular fever then I would still sexy. Now this – the ‘kissing be spending my disease’. The Sunday in bed, but main way of it would have been “Most of my illness catching out of choice. glandular fever It’s a scary just seems to be my is through disease for me, kissing, which because there’s no body reducing any my family have set time scale for not stopped chances of me how long the finding hilarious tiredness is going getting a boyfriend” since I got to affect me. Some diagnosed with it people will feel last week. energetic again I suppose my after a few weeks, but for others body has finally got what it the fatigue can last for months. wanted. If I am to be locked away Being the over-zealous, at home for the next few months conscientious socialite that I am, resting then I’m certainly not going the concept of being ‘out of the to be meeting any eligible game’ for a few months fills me bachelors. I’m like sleeping beauty, with horror. but instead of being guarded by an I’ve been cancelling plans, evil witch, I’m being guarded by the missing college and turning down Epstein-Barr virus. invitations left right and centre for I suppose all I can do is take as the last two weeks, but my good care of myself as possible, and present condition (and advice if that means sitting at home, lonely from my doctor) suggests I might and bored, then I guess that’s what I have to clear my diary until have to do. But if anyone is feeling Christmas. I’m also not allowed heroic – rescue me!

“Ha ha, very funny. “I’m serious. In the past six months I’ve dated an alcoholic, three emotional train-wrecks, and a man who wore scuffed brown moccasins with tassels on the uppers. I’m done. C’est fini. I am laying down my tools and I’m not going on any more dates until conditions improve.” Will Harris is fed up of being a fisher of men Down the phoneline, H sighs. “Sounds like industrial over-reaction if you ask me.” nother day, another dating disaster. This week, I find myself Later on, I get to thinking about the dating pool. As a single darting through traffic in the driving rain, having just fled person, you are constantly told (usually by those with a ring the flat of my latest unsuitable suitor. “It’s not me, is on their finger and dry land beneath their toes) that there it?” I am on the phone to H, cast yet again in the role of are plenty more fish in the sea. What they neglect to add Dating High Command for this evening’s performance. is that, by the time you’re in your late twenties, any fish “I mean, it was a third date. Who on a third date invites that haven’t been landed have probably been tossed you over, turns up the heat with expensive wines, and back in as unsuitable, and are now floundering about then – when you suggest it might be a good idea to move with a hook in their gob and a bad case of PTSD. things upstairs – bursts into tears? Who does that?” “So I’m getting out,” I tell M over dinner. “I’m getting “I don’t know.” H, I am dismayed to find, is being out before I become one of those tedious people who uncharacteristically diplomatic. “Maybe it was the wine.” only ever talk about how dreadful their love life is.” “It was not the wine,” I fume. “The wine was fine. M looks at me over the rim of his wine glass. “Ahh, so It was him who was corked. ‘Ex-boyfriend this, exyou’re getting out in the past?” boyfriend that, boohoo, boohoo!’ I’m telling you, you think “You may laugh,” I continue, “but I think I’m you’ve finally found a normal one, and then... kablooie! onto something here. Imagine how Emotional landmine.” uncomplicated life would be with no more A cab speeds past, splattering my feet with dates. No more ‘What’s he thinking?’ No more gutter-water, and I half-consider lying face‘Why hasn’t he texted?’” “By the time you’re in your late down in it and taking deep breaths until I “No more love?” says M. I haven’t the heart drown, much like the demise of Virginia Woolf to tell him. I am starting to suspect love is twenties, any fish that haven’t only with empty Coke cans floating past. just a fisherman’s tale. “That’s it,” I stop dead in my tracks, as water been landed have probably been gurgles its approval from a rooftop nearby. “I’m follow me on twitter latestwill tossed back in as unsuitable” going on strike.”

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06 LATEST NEWS

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Council trains staff not to smile, Ditchling Road gets nature reserve, Hastings pier fire

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righton and Hove council staff have been told not to smile when dealing with parking complaints, another move that’ll enhance its reputation with beleagured motorists. The don’t-smile policy is apparently designed to avoid making drivers angrier, even though unions have condemned the move as silly and laughable. They believe an understanding smile often can defuse a potentially nasty encounter. The council says it is training staff in body language designed to help them deal with customers without inflaming situations. It also admits to teaching staff to imagine they have been brought up in a fictitious region of ‘Sindia’ as part of their diversity training, but, as the council wrestles with ways to make £45million savings in the next three years, it wouldn’t say how much the training was costing. What do you think? Email comment@thelatest.co.uk Meanwhile Sussex and Brighton universities are between them generating £1billion for the economy, mostly in the city and the South East, according to a new report. Anyone thinking higher education was nothing to do with them can think again. The universities are major players in the city, so the next time anyone complains ‘there’re too many students in the city’ they should envisage what it would be like without them. What was it like before they arrived? I can tell you – it was a ghost town in comparison to today. It’s a pity some cause trouble – like the former and present Sussex students who squatted in a council-

owned farmhouse at Stanmer Park – but incidents are proportionately few. The destruction of Hastings pier in an apparent arson attack brought unpleasant memories back of two major blazes on the West Pier in 2003. The structure has been derelict for over 35 years now yet the West Pier Trust is still campaigning to renovate it. In other news, Sussex cricket captain Michael Yardy swapped a bat for a sledgehammer when he inspected building works at the Hove ground. The £8 million redevelopment includes a new 1,700-seat stand. Sheltered housing residents at Jasmine Court in Carden Avenue threw a party to say thanks to builders who replaced communal bathing facilities with private shower rooms or bathrooms in all

Brighton and Hove City Council leader Mary Mears on New England House

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righton and Hove is a national leader when it comes to the creative and new digital media industries. We are already home to around 1,500 media-related companies employing 10,000 people, plus another 5,000 freelance individuals. Therefore, the decision taken at last week’s cabinet meeting to press ahead with a revamp of New England House, near Brighton station, was vitally important to the future prosperity of the city. New England House is currently home to a significant number of creative and new media businesses [including Latest Magazines] but we

flats. These include new lower level walk-in tiled showers fitted. Brighton and Hove’s road safety team joined forces with Brighton and Hove Bus Company to highlight road safety to pedestrians, cyclists and drivers on the roads around the busy Clock Tower. Members of the public were able to exchange places with a bus driver to get a feel of what can be seen and the blind spots bus drivers have to deal with. CCTV footage shows the effect pedestrians stepping out without looking or taking undue risks when crossing the road can have on individuals and bus passengers. Police also stopped cyclists running red lights and offered offenders a choice between a £30 fixed penalty notice or a visit to the bus. Forty schools across Brighton and Hove took part in this year’s International Walk to School Month in October. That’s over 12,000 children in the city who were encouraged by their schools to make a special effort to walk to school. Pupils and parents at Windlesham School in Brighton put their walking shoes on for a ‘Big School Walk’ every day for a week, and up to 100 pupils and parents walked together from Hove Park to school each day. Lastly, five farm fields north of Brighton, which have been left fallow for years, are being restored as downland nature reserves criss-crossed by almost seven miles of new public footpaths. The land, either side of the top of Ditchling Road in Brighton, will be grazed by cattle, helping to encourage downland species of plants, insects, birds and animals. If the animals start smiling at passersby then please let Latest 7 know. Did the fire on Hastings pier bring back West Pier memories for you?

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want to expand upon that and improve services and secure turn it into a state of the art hub greater value for money for for the sector. The building taxpayers. Between us we have currently houses 87 companies a combined budget of employing around 800 workers £3.4billion so the potential is but it is not in good condition huge. Brighton and Hove City and 40 per cent of it is unused. Council’s specific project is There is a massive demand out looking at how we can improve Pic: Flickr/CKeeneMel and Bob Withers there for high quality office and streamline IT systems – space of this kind – we believe that another 500 linking nicely with the New England House theme. jobs could be created if we can transform the Other councils are looking at areas like waste building. management, highways and special education. Along with our partners in this project – the These joint arrangements with other University of Sussex and Wired Sussex – I am really organisations are going to become increasingly excited about this. The benefits of such companies important as local government plays its part in innovating and working together in one place are reducing the enormous national debt that has built potentially huge and we must grasp the nettle. up over recent years. The need to do more for less Another area of partnership working we have has never been so pressing and that means recently become involved with is something called thinking outside of the box – just as many of the South East 7. This is a group of councils in the South existing and potential new companies at New East who have agreed to form a consortium to England House are doing.


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BOOKINGS | COMPETITION | CHART 07

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Classical Brit awards returns with new album La Voce, including versions of Mario Lanza’s ‘Arrivederci Roma’ and ‘Parla Piu Piano’, the theme from The Godfather.

On sale this week… TINIE TEMPAH

Concert Hall, Brighton Dome, 27 Feb 2011, £16.50, 01273 709709, www.brightondome.org The very awesome grime-pop star, who’s just scored a Number One single (with ‘Written In The Stars’) and album (with his debut, Disc-Overy), is set to follow Dizzee Rascal into the stratosphere.

LEE EVANS

To listen to the chart and submit your track, go to www.thelatest.co.uk/7/music-chart

A DAY TO REMEMBER

Concert Hall, Brighton Dome, 4 February 2011, £15, 01273 709709, www.brightondome.org Insanely popular hardcore emo from Ocala. (For proof that emos do have a sense of humour, see their MySpace parody-promo for new album What Separates Me From You in which the band talk about “progression, not aggression” and drawl, “just because we screamed in our past, we don’t want to let it echo into our futures...”

Brighton Centre, 1-5 September 2011, £20, 0844 847 1515, www.brightoncentre.co.uk The world’s bendiest comedian, who’s been running the London marathon and appearing in Doctor Who since his last biggie in 2008, has chosen Brighton to kick off his 2011 Roadrunner tour.

Tinie Tempah

Brighton Download Chart TOP 10 8 Latest 1 The Last Cry – Rebekka 2 Tenek – No Time For Fighting 3 Panos Christofi – Sunshine 4 Chaos Borne – I Will 5 Freudstein – Sister Sleaze 6 Clockworks – Fairytales 7 Panos Christofi – I’ll Never Know 8 EVOH – I Love Brighton

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9 The Woo!worths – Idle Hands

St Mary’s Church, 5 February 2011, £22.50, tickets from www.seetickets.com, www.gigantic.com, Resident and Rounder Records The author of ‘By The Time I Get To Phoenix’ and ‘Wichita Lineman’ (just one of which would have been achievement enough for a lifetime) plays a very special show in support of Just Across The River, his new album featuring reinterpretations of some of his classic songs with help from Jackson Browne, Glen Campbell, Billy Joel, Willie Nelson... Legend, clearly.

10 Vortex Generator – Regenerate There’s barely any change at the top of the chart this week as numbers one to four remain virtually identical to last week! Shoegazey indie rockers The Last Cry take this week’s top spot with ‘Rebekka’ as number two is taken by dark dance duo Tenek with their former number one, ‘No Time For Fighting’. Meanwhile, pop singer-songwriter Panos Christofi remains at three with his own former number one, ‘Sunshine’ as the grumpy electro of Chaos Borne’s ‘I Will’ stays at four. The only change sees the cultish horror film sampling industrial rockers Freudstein climb to number five with their gloomy ‘Sister Sleaze’.

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16 February, £7.50, Digital, 01273 227 767, www.yourfutureisdigital.com/brighton Hypnotic hardcore outfit tour second album Blessed And Cursed.

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12 Surrender

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Bill Kenwright presents a brand new adaptation of Lark Rise To Candleford. Join Sara Crowe and Jonathan Ansell in this heartwarming tale of the fictional hamlet of Lark Rise, as seen through the eyes of young Laura Timms. Enjoy an evocative picture of a forgotten England. We have one of three pairs of tickets to win to the opening night (8 November). Q Of which pop-opera group was Jonathan Ansell a member?

DA DOO RON RON 12th BIRTHDAY TICKETS Expect ‘50s diva dolls, hip shakin' mamas, smitten kittens, jukejoint jezebels and pretty kitties from the gritty city at this legendary girl pop soul/funk extravaganza. Plus guest DJ Bob Stanley (Saint Etienne). Win one

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The acclaimed Opera Della Luna head to Devonshire Park Theatre, Eastbourne (2–6 November) with two great Gilbert & Sullivan productions, The Parson’s Pirates and HMS Pinafore. Be dazzled by singing, choreography and panache. Win one of two pairs of tickets to The Parson’s Pirates. Avast, me hearties. Q What do pirates ‘walk’ as punishment?

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I Got Bored

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08 SNAP SHOTS

Snap Shots Photographer Diana Frangi captures the faces and places that define our city. This week: celebrity Meg Mathews

I’ve always been a fan of Brighton. I used to come down here as a child, and I love coming back to shop around the Lanes. I was so pleased to be asked to judge Marc Abrahams’ dog show Pup Aid 2010, which campaigns against the cruelty of puppy farms, because my own dog came from such a farm and he subsequently needed 55 visits to the vet. My life is now centered around my design work, where I try to create something amazing out of nothing

Meg Mathews pictured at Pup Aid 2010, at Stanmer House in Brighton, where she was a guest judge. After an eventful life, not least during the time she was married to Oasis's Noel Gallagher, Meg has now found success as a sought-after designer. She has created her own range of wallpapers and silk scarves for Liberty and is bringing out a new range of mens’ scarves for Topman in spring 2011. For more info visit www.megmathews.co.uk.

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Celebcity with Jo Brooks X-Factor bootcampers play Revenge, Uri Geller visits Comedy Fringe, and The Apprentice hits the beach

X-Factor’s ousted get their Revenge FROM THE BOARDROOM TO BRIGHTON BEACH

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Factor fever is now sweeping the nation – not a day goes by without seeing either Cher, Katie or a pretty boy from One Direction on the front pages. Last Thursday not one but three X-Factor contestants made live appearances at famous Brighton club Revenge. Thursday saw Warrington five-piece Husstle take to the stage. The feisty girl group made the final stages of the competition, getting through to the judges’ houses – Simon Cowell's house in Marbella, to be exact. But the group was not destined to make the live finals as 12million viewers tuned in to see them get knocked out. Glowsticks were out in Brighton as the girls performed tracks live and then met fans after the gig. Friday saw boy band FYD – who were knocked out on the first live show by the rather strange Katie Waissel after both receiving the lowest number of public votes. This did not stop the talented five who gave, I’m told a “show stopping performance” at the club. Last but not least was Southampton based boyband The Reason, who wowed crowds with their perfect harmonies and who also got through to the judges’ houses.

Brighton played host to the new series of hit BBC 1 show The Apprentice in last week’s episode as the candidates were given the challenge to invent a new beach accessory. Teams Apollo and Synergy had to make a mock up and design a promotional poster, then pitch the idea to retailers. One team decided to use the popular beach volleyball site on Madeira Drive to demonstrate their creation – see our picture. My personal favourites are Stuart ‘The Brand’ Baggs and Melissa Cohen – who wisely kept a lower profile this time to avoid being fired. As a massive fan of the show I was delighted to find myself sitting next to one of the Apprentice favourites, Raleigh, at last week’s press club ball in London. Raleigh sadly had to quit the show early as during filming his beloved brother was wounded during duty in Afghanistan and had to be flown back to the UK. More on that in next week’s column...

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URI-KA! MOMENT FOR COMEDIAN

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HE WAS A SKATER DOG... It seems that Brighton has a brand new celebrity – following on from top US skateboarding legend Tony Hawks’ recent appearance in Brighton, meet Bodhi the incredible skateboarding Lakeland Terrier! I first spotted Bodhi and his owner Jonathan near my office in the North Laine – put it this way, you just follow the crowd who always gathers around Bodhi once he gets on his skateboard up and down the streets. It really has to be seen to be believed, but here is a photograph of the little fellow in action.

Metal bending best friend of Michael Jackson, Uri Geller, was planning to visit Brighton on Friday for a show all about... himself! Comedian Nathan Penlington was due to perform his acclaimed show, Uri & Me, at Upstairs At Three And Ten as part of the Brighton Comedy Fringe. It’s described as ‘an obsessive deconstruction of the spoonbending cultural icon’, which clearly had Uri intrigued. Uri is no stranger to Brighton as he filmed here two years ago with another of Michael’s friends, David Guest – he is partial to a pint!

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Jo Brooks is director of Brighton-based PR company JBPR Ltd, 01273 622555, www.jb-pr.com Send celebrity spots, gossip and pictures to job@jb-pr.com

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ONLY JOKING!

Bare cheek Brian Mitchell & Joseph Nixon’s thoroughly scurrilous Brighton column

In & Out

the yellow door? Why are the men with purple armbands after him? Are they government agents, or something much, much worse? Could brain-damaged Cal have the answer? Or not? Why does this blurb consist entirely of rhetorical questions? Anybody? No? Did I leave the oven on? Upstairs At The Four And Eleve,. Wednesday 20 October, 8pm, £8/£6

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SIGNIFYING NOTHING: HELLO< HELLO< GOODBYE The feted physical theatre group present a show which turns out to be an idea nicked from a novel by Nabokov or Hermann Hesse or someone, as is always the case with physical theatre groups. Anyway, it's business as usual – some over-emoting while two actors pretending to be businessmen discussing female circumcision or similar, and then a low, ‘comedy’ bit where another actor comes on doing a funny walk with a fez on and pretends to break wind, and

you’re supposed to laugh. Then everybody runs about a bit while they play a Rolling Stones song. And there’s two hours of this. Oh well, never mind. At least one of the actresses is quite attractive, so you can stare at her and try and take your mind off the rest of it. And there’s a bit where she nearly gets her kit off. Chaffinch Theatre. Monday 18 October, 8pm, £12/£10 CHRISTWATER: BENEATH A STEEL SKY Who is Jojo? Where did he get that scar on his wrist? What lies behind

Out • Bachelor’s Cup-A-Soup • Shake-and-Vac • Tip-Top • Cadbury’s Curly Wurly • R White’s Lemonade

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CARUSO ON THE CRAPPER David G Renwick unveils number 18 of his projected 922-part play cycle concerning events in the life of the great Italian tenor. This play covers the incident in 1911 when the man with the orchid-lined voice ate some on-the-turn gnocchi and had to spend an hour and a half on the khazi. Buy a ticket to this show and get 50 per cent off next year’s Caruso Buys Some Biscuits. Dell'Arte Theatre, Thursday 21 October, 8pm, £12/£10

WHAT’S NOT ON: Stage

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The Bare Cheek nude celebrity challenge Which Piper is Brian Mitchell imagining with no clothes on in the photograph below? Send your answer on a postcard to Bare Cheek c/o The Latest, and you could win a signed photograph (of Brian Mitchell). A Billie Piper B Laurie Piper C John Piper D Myfanwy Piper E The Pied Piper of Hamelin F The Piper at The Gates of Dawn G The Piper Alpha Disaster Write your guess on a postcard and send to: Unit 1, Level 5 North, New England House, New England Street, Brighton, BN1 4GH.

Astral Angi

Astral’s handy hints for Xmas shopping WINNING FISH AND CHIPS

HARIES {Mar 21–Apr 20}

HCANCER {June 22–July 22}

HLIBRA {Sep 23–Oct 22}

HCAPRICORN {Dec 21–Jan 19}

HTAURUS {Apr 21–May 21}

HLEO {July 23–Aug 22}

HSCORPIO {Oct 23–Nov 21}

HAQUARIUS {Jan 20–Feb 19}

HGEMINI {May 22–June 21}

HVIRGO {Aug 23–Sep 22}

HSAGITTARIUS {Nov 22–Dec 20}

HPISCES {Feb 20–Mar 20}

Aries should start by making a list. Indecision could be your downfall as could forgetfulness. Aries is likely to buy five presents for one person and nothing for four others. Plan. Taurus should remember that the gift is for the recipient and not for themself. Mr Bull will all too often buy something they actually don’t want to give away. Be selfless. Geminis like to receive gifts so understand the act of giving. Do resist, however, giving your unwanted gifts from last year to friends this year. Especially calendars.

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Cancerians are likely to suggest that Christmas is a pagan ritual perpetuated by the retail machine. You sad, sad cynics. Now go out and pray for guidance – with your shopping. Leo likes to give and to take in all aspects of life. A gift from a Leo will be made with love and thoughtfulness. Leos understand the concept of the thought counting. Virgos like to give gifts that make them look good. All very well but does a goat in Namibia make the receiver feel good? It does? Oh well, that must just be me.

Libras by nature are generous and so Christmas is a great time for them to enjoy the act of giving. Use the time now to spread the cost and lessen the impact of your largesse. Scorpio’s idea of Christmas gift planning will be to book a holiday abroad for the festive season and avoid giving gifts to anyone. Yes Scorpio, we know you that well. Sagis right now will be embarking on a wild flurry of gift making. The stars tell me that this year’s hand-crafted gift of choice is a crinoline lady toilet roll cosy – mmmm nice.

Capricorn’s idea of planning for Christmas will be looking at last year’s list and seeing where cuts can be made. No one likes a gift bought in bulk, Capricorn, we really don’t. Aquarians need no help planning for Christmas gifts as they will have been buying for friends and family all year. Not always wisely it has to be said, but always with love. Pisceans love Christmas. This year the clever Piscean will be giving gift vouchers. I think that gift vouchers are dull. Bardsley’s could change that with fish and chip vouchers.


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L7 INTERVIEW 11 the show looked fun, and I was right. It was incredibly enjoyable to do, interacting with an audience, doing a bit of monologue over the top. The only real downside was all you could talk about was Big Brother. Apart from that minor setback, it was f****** great.” Did you have to watch it all? “Yeah, but I got in trouble ‘cos I never did. I did one series where I did the first and last week. I was expected to watch the nine weeks in between. I started off alright, watching an episode or two a week, but then I was like, f*** this, I’m going on holiday. When I came back I didn’t know what the hell was going on. I had an awkward session with the producer...” You’ve just been involved in another of Channel 4’s Comedy Roasts, this time with Davina McCall. Are they as edgy to film as they are to watch? “The thing is, in America they’re just so much more savage, I guess ’cos it’s established. I think it’s harder to roast women than men, weirdly. I watched the Pamela Anderson one – 15 guys having a go at how big a woman’s vagina is. It was a bit weird. I veered away from Davina McCall’s vagina.”

JACK’S BIG MOUTH Big Brother’s Big Mouth star Jack Whitehall chats to Bella Todd about finding his comedy voice, offending his parents and letting down his public school, bad tabloid puns and Davina McCall’s vagina When you debuted your new show, Learning Difficulties, in Edinburgh you were worried your parents might disown you. Did they? “I speak so much about stuff that has happened with them you always worry they might turn around and say, ‘what the f*** are you saying?’ It was quite a small room, and my dad had managed to place himself in the one seat in the audience where you’re caught by the pool light. So I could see his face. And he’s not a very big laugher, so it was quite a stern face. I just basically told every joke to the other side of the room so I didn’t have to look at him. I felt sorry for the people sat behind him and in front of him because they got no attention for the whole show, and it wasn’t their fault.” Is there anything in particular in there that might have made them cringe? “I did a set about my little sister, who goes out with my best friend, and how I walked in on them having sex. And that’s how I found out as well, because they hadn’t told me. It’s a tense little routine.” Reviewers are often impressed by your ‘craft’ – given you’re only 22, how have you learnt it? “Well, one thing I do when I do an Edinburgh show is try and get someone to direct it. I think it’s something that’s really overlooked in stand-up comedy shows, to have an outside eye come in. I’ve got a guy called Ben Cavey, who directs all of Simon Amstell’s shows as well. We do quite intense notes sessions and it really helps. But it gets to a stage where he’s watched me so much that he doesn’t find any of it funny anymore. He’ll just shout ‘laugh!’ after a joke, and then I have to carry on.” Do you think you’ve found your own voice now? “Yeah, I think so. It’s the most frustrating thing in the world when you first start out and people say to you, ‘you’ve got some nice jokes but you’re still trying to find your voice’. No-one knows what they’re f****** talking about, cos they don’t tell you what your voice

is, they just tell you you’re looking for it. I think I’m certainly now the closest I’ve been to being, on stage, what I’m like in real life. Although f*** it, who knows, maybe next time I’ll start doing it all in a Swedish accent... I did really deadpan for ages. And when I started and did all those competitions I was sort of monotone. Or then I was way over the top inyour-face energy. I’ve had really camp moments – I think I’m still quite camp, but there’s certainly been times when I’ve been too camp!”

“Even if I was glowing in every show, the kind of people who despise me because I’m young and went to public school wouldn’t change their opinion”

Do you enjoy the competitive atmosphere of the TV panel shows? “It’s a necessary evil of those shows. It’s very hard to format stand up on television, so you might get interrupted, or you might have to interrupt someone else. It’s weird because when you’re doing a stand-up routine it’s very rare that anything will tank. But with a panel show you’re throwing so much stuff out there you’ve never tested before, and quite a lot of it will die on the studio floor. Even people like Sean [Lock] or Jimmy [Carr] will do jokes that don’t float, so you don’t panic so much when yours don’t either.” Compulsory cocaine-related question: after The News Of The World pictured you with a line in June, what was the worst tabloid pun you saw about yourself? “The most ridiculous thing was the lack of the most obvious pun – my name is Whitehall, so the thing is done for you there. It’s in my f****** name. And noone mentioned it! It would be like someone being called Bob Needles, and then being caught doing heroin, and them trying to make a pun out of the fact he’s called Bob.” Sorry, we shouldn’t laugh, it can’t have been a nice time for you... “I talk a lot about it in my show – how I had to get through it, how my parents dealt with it. I was f****** stupid to do it.”

Well, do you own any leather trousers for example? Have you slept with 80 women in a month? “No. Maybe I should try both though. It sounds like good fun.”

Do you feel you’ve got more to prove as a stand-up because you went to public school? “Yeah, but there’s nothing I can do about it, absolutely nothing I’d be able to say or do or change in my attitude that would make people who hate me for those reasons suddenly turn around and like me. Even if I turned out the best material in the world, and was glowing in every show I did, and was perfect, the kind of people who despise me because I’m young and went to public school wouldn’t change their opinion. You obviously get benefits from it in other walks of life, but in the industry that I’ve chosen it offers no advantages whatsoever. I went to a school where it was frowned upon, like, the fact I was trying to do stand-up they hated. I went back there the other month to do some charity thing with my best friend, Freddy, who went to Cambridge, and every teacher who swarmed up to us wanted to know what Cambridge was like, not about Edinburgh. I’m seen as a failure by them. They’d have preferred me to go to Cambridge.”

Why did you take on the Big Brother’s Big Mouth gig? We can think of many reasons why you would, but liking Big Brother isn’t one of them... “I wasn’t a massive fan of Big Brother as a brand, but

Jack Whitehall: Learning Difficulties is at Corn Exchange, Brighton Dome on 22 October as part of the Brighton Comedy Festival, 01273 709709, www.brightoncomedyfestival.com

What phase do you think the Russell Brand comparisons come from? (That’s the obligatory Russell Brand question over with, by the way) “I don’t think there was any specific phase. I think it comes from doing Big Brother’s Big Mouth and having spiky hair. Although I suppose I do flounce around the stage a bit. I’ve never actually seen him live – I haven’t even seen what I’m meant to be.”


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COVER FEATURE 13

The rise of Khan Spirituality is the focus in Akram Khan Company’s Vertical Road at Brighton Dome

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kram Khan Company has unveiled a major new production, Vertical Road, which is coming to Brighton Dome on Thursday 28 October. This marks the company’s tenth anniversary and is part of an exclusive six-venue tour. Vertical Road is Khan’s first ensemble work since the critically acclaimed Bahok – their collaborative dance with the National Ballet of China, which sold out during Brighton Festival in 2008. The performance brings together world-class performers from across Asia, Europe and the Middle East, and has been described as the most extended and yet the most concentrated dance piece Khan has made. With a specially commissioned score composed by long-term collaborator Nitin Sawhney, the production is inspired by the idea of vertical ascension. In this 70-minute, ground-breaking work of contemporary dance, Khan draws inspiration from universal myths of angels that symbolise ‘ascension’ – the road between the earthly and the spiritual – the vertical road. “It’s a piece about spirituality rather than religion,” Khan says. “I kept getting drawn to the feeling that we need spirituality now more than ever because it’s being threatened on a genuine level... But I’m working with metaphors; this isn’t a narrative. I’m interested in how the smaller picture becomes the bigger picture. Like the way Gandhi’s personal journey through South Africa turned into a hugely significant event.” The first half focuses on a single dancer who must pass through a large perspex screen in order to enter the main stage, as if arriving from another world. She then encounters the other seven dancers and they dance to the throbbing and insistent rhythms created by Sawhney. Akram Khan is one of the most acclaimed choreographers of his generation working in Britain today. Born in London into a family of Bangladeshi origin

in 1974, he began dancing aged seven. He studied with the renowned Kathak dancer and teacher Sri Pratap Pawar, and quickly became one of the most renowned choreographers in the country. Since the Akram Khan Company was founded by Khan and his producer Farooq Chaudhry in 2000, the company has established a worldwide reputation for work that is ambitious, powerful, fresh, relevant and profoundly moving. Khan is a classicist and a modernist, and the storytelling in his work has an uncanny ability to reflect our times. In the past 10 years he has reinvigorated perceptions of dance, other art forms and cultures. Don’t miss this return to Brighton Dome for the internationally celebrated Akram Khan as part of an exclusive six-date tour. Vertical Road, Concert Hall, Brighton Dome, Thursday 28 October, 8pm, £10–£20, 01273 709709, www.brightondome.org


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HOTLIST

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

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

British & modern European Bardsley’s

Probably Brighton’s most popular fish ’n’ 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 Dyke

Superb rustic Tuscan menu mingled with English classics. Locally sourced or organic ingredients and rapidly gaining a reputation as one of Brighton’s most stylish eateries. One side is a proper pub with excellent real ales and log fire; the other a very grown-up stylish restaurant. It’s very child (and dog!) friendly too, and has a big garden for those late summer evenings. Lunch 12pm–3pm; dinner 6.30pm–9.45pm. 218 Dyke Road, Brighton, 01273 555672, www.dykepub.co.uk

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.Twocourse menu for £28; three courses for £36. Five-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

Chinese

their open attitude: everyone gets the same charming welcome – guests and diners, locals and visitors alike – and when you have been once, you will want to return again and again.” – Andrew Kay, L7 food writer). Their reasonably priced menu starts at £12.50 for two courses, £14.50 for three, Sunday to Thursday; £16.50 for two courses, £18.50 for three 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

Indian Chaula’s

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.u

Coffee shop Spinelli

Great coffee and light snacks at this original and very popular Kemp Town Village café and now a fuller American menu at their new branch in St James’s Street. Look out for great pancakes, cobb salads and burgers as well as the full English. 24 Garnet House, College Road, 01273 818819, & 111 St James’s Street Brighton, 01273 818084, www.spinellicoffee.co.uk

French

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 Monday to Saturday. 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

Italian Donatello

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

“With more than a soupçon of Gallic charm The New Steine Bistro are true bon viveurs. No fancy pants fashion fads here, but some well executed classics. Most importantly though is

The Chilli Pickle

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

Fat Leo

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.co.uk

Thai Sawadee

Sawadee Thai Restaurant has been offering a warm welcome on St James’s Street to regular customers and new visitors to Brighton for nearly 10 years. Their experienced Thai chefs cook to order, so every dish is freshly made and comes to your table straight from wok or grill. The menu features plenty of seafood, simple grilled meats, traditional thai curries and tasty stir-fry dishes. Their set menus and lunch platters are a great way to try lots of different Thai tastes. Sawadee Thai Restaurant, 87 St James’s Street, Brighton, BN2 1TP, 01273 624233, www.sawadeethai.co.uk

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


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Food & Drink Andrew Kay reports on the winners and the success of the first Brighton & Hove Foodies

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he word foodie is not my favourite – I much prefer gourmand and gourmet when being described, but that’s because I’m a traditionalist at heart. But when Paula Seager of Natural PR asked me to be involved in the Brighton & Hove Foodie Awards I was happy to sign up. I have worked with the lovely Ms Seager on numerous food related projects, and her enthusiasm for all things culinary is on a par with my own. For the past few years Latest 7 has been media partners on the increasingly successful and very prestigious Sussex Food and Drink Awards. To have joined Brighton and “With the top ten Hove Foodie Awards has been equally successful and exciting. from each category Throughout the process we were represented, there also partnered by my Juice 107.2 friend Andrea Fox. For was a huge buzz to months we kept radio listeners and magazine readers updated find out who had won” with the progress of entrants as they jockeyed for a lead position. Popping in to test some of the nominees along the way was a real pleasure and I suspect Andrea and I will continue our ‘lunch dates’ for some time to come. We also had the thrill of being dressed for the evening by Brighton’s very own Gresham and Fal Blake. Andrea looked hotter than the hottest Andrew Kay dinner in a figure-hugging Andrea Fox, Paula Seager, number topped off by a sparkling set of jewels. When it came to clothes my assets were distinctly catholic, so they popped me into a striped shirt covered in images of Christ on the cross and finished it with a bright pink tie with a mum and dad tattoo motif. It was very me. The winners of the Brighton & Hove Foodie Awards 2010, chosen by over 5,000 public Winners: Best Restaurant votes, received their trophies at 2010 – Terre à Terre the grand finale event of the Brighton & Hove Food and Drink Festival at the 106 Bar of Brighton Hilton Metropole. There was a fantastic sense in the room that these were Brighton’s very best when it comes to food and drink. With the top ten from each category represented, there was a huge buzz to find out who had won. When Andrea and I took to the stage we had no idea who had taken each prize or the names of the runners-up, which made it as exciting for us as it was for the 40 finalists. The winners: Terre à Terre scooped Best Restaurant 2010, closely followed by runners-up Hotel du Vin and The Gingerman. The Ginger Pig won Best Food Pub 2010, followed by Pub du Vin and Sussex Yeoman. Ground was named Best Café 2010, followed by Bill’s and Temptation. The award for Best Food Shop 2010 went to Infinity Foods, followed by Taj and Angel Food Bakery. Sussex bubbly and canapés were enjoyed at the awards party, which was sponsored by new environmentally-friendly, socially responsible coffee brand ‘ecoffee’ and Martin Searle Solicitors. “We can’t quite believe what a success this first year of the awards has been,” says Paula Seager. “The food outlets in the city have got totally behind it and have been wonderfully competitive with each other, whilst the public has embraced the opportunity to tell us which their favourite outlets are.”

Winners: Best Food Shop 2010 – Infinity Foods

Winners: Best Food Pub 2010 – The Ginger Pig

Do you agree withe the ‘Foodies’ public voting? andrew@thelatest.co.uk follow me on twitter

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16 HEALTH

Go vintage

Singin’ the blues

Keep it stylish this winter with inspiration from the Frock Me! Vintage Fashion Fair

Zara Baker on avoiding the onset of winter blues and a more serious seasonal illness

Summer is well and truly over meaning it’s time to wrap up warm before you venture outside. But adding extra layers and wearing hats and gloves doesn’t have to be depressing, especially if you do it in style with a vintage twist! Take inspiration from Frock Me!, who know it’s so easy to look stunning and right up to date by wearing a little Victorian velvet or beaded cape, a darling little French cloche hat, or an Edwardian petticoat with a pretty little fringe... You will find inspired ideas for winter and beyond at The Frock Me! Vintage Fashion Fair, which returns to The Corn Exchange on Sunday 24 October. Over 60 dealers will be selling hundreds of affordable outfits as well as gothic lace gloves and crisp cotton camisoles. One new exhibitor is coming all the way from Preston, Lancashire, with her entire stock from a costume hire and fancy dress business she has run for over 30 years. She promises to be able to kit out anyone who wants a genuine vintage outfit to wear for Halloween the following Sunday. Frock Me! Vintage Fashion Fair, Sunday 24 October, Corn Exchange, Brighton Dome, Church Street, Brighton, BN1 1UE, 11am–5pm, £4/£2 students with ID/accompanied under 16s free, 020 7254 4054, www.frockmevintagefashion.com

he winter looms ahead, leaving many of us feeling a lot like Eeyore as opposed to his positive and energetic friend, Tigger. Yes, if we were in an AA Milne illustrated book, then the colour right now would be grey. The clocks go back (on Halloween this year), nights are drawn out for longer, the weather is colder and summer seems a distant memory. A zest for life is quickly diminished come winter – a fact cited as quite normal, with around 17 per cent of Britons experiencing the ‘winter blues’. Eating healthily, exercising often and enjoying the sunshine is easy come spring, but right now we aspire to be bears and have the luxury of hibernating until spring. If only... This winter, around four to six per cent of the population will suffer from a more serious form of winter depression: Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). “Seasonal Affective Disorder or SAD is a type of depression that leaves many of us feeling miserable and lethargic with a tendency to eat and sleep more in winter,” says Professor Farmer, a Consultant Psychiatrist at the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust (SLaM). Other symptoms include low self-esteem and self-confidence, a loss of pleasure in usual activities, loss of hope for the future, marked lethargy, guilt feelings and social withdrawal among others. “It is more common in younger “SAD sufferers sleep people, especially those in their twenties, and, like depression in excessively rather general, is twice as likely to affect women,” Professor Farmer continues. than have disrupted Unlike non-seasonal depression, SAD sufferers are more likely to sleep sleep patterns” excessively rather than have disrupted sleep patterns, and tend to eat more rather than less, usually craving carbohydrate-rich and sweet foods. Symptoms of SAD start to improve by spring time, and may even disappear completely over the summer. “It is believed that SAD is triggered largely by lack of exposure to natural sunlight,” Professor Farmer says. “Many people make their way both to and from work, school or college in the dark. We also sit indoors under artificial lights throughout the day, with little opportunity to experience what natural light is available during the winter.” Professor Farmer says anyone suffering from seasonally-recurring depression should first talk to their GP. Other ways to avoid the onset of SAD include keeping active and getting outside as much as possible. Exercise boosts energy levels and the immune system while natural lighting lifts the mood. Just be sure to wrap up first, as feeling the cold can make you more depressed. Hot drinks and food, layered clothing and efficient heating in living areas will all help. Follow a healthy diet as this will provide energy and prevent weight gain. Try not to give in too much to a sweet tooth as putting on weight will have an impact on your self esteem and confidence – thus impacting on your mood! Keep sociable with friends and family, and don’t give in to the temptation to stay at home alone. Talk through your feelings: counselling or cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) can help you cope with symptoms of SAD. Lastly, try some light therapy. Around 85 per cent of SAD sufferers benefit from sitting in front of a light source that is much more powerful than ordinary domestic or office lighting. The most common light source is a box about the size of a sheet of A4 paper that stands on a desk or table. SAD sufferers sit in front of the box for around an hour daily during winter months. In severe cases of SAD, seek your GP for medical help as prescription antidepressant tablets or therapy may be required.   Visit the Seasonal Affective Disorder Association (SADA) website, www.sada.org.uk.For more information on SLaM visit www.national.slam.nhs.uk

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“There’s that devil on my shoulder” Jim Jefferies talks to Victoria Nangle about comedy storytelling, his crude reputation, and the missed joys of sour Coke You’ve got a reputation as one of the rudest comics around. Are people more aware about what to expect these days from your show? Sometimes it’s people with swords, you know. People get too drunk before a gig, or they expect it to be so outrageous that when you start writing an occasional clean joke... I like to write the jokes I think are funny. I don’t really try to offend people. That’s a secondary thing. That’s not to say that sometimes when I go to clubs and it’s been a pretty hairy one, there’s that little devil on my shoulder, and I end up being WAY more offensive than I was ever intending on being because of the people being upset by me. I know I shouldn’t be as childish as that but there is something in me that goes, ‘well! I wasn’t going to do this routine but I’m going to do this routine now’. You’ve got some really strong topics – cancer, abuse, terminal disease. Do you think you had a particularly unlucky life, or that you’re the only one that talks about it?

No, I don’t think my life’s been unlucky. There’s an art to storytelling. I got cancer and it was done and dusted in a couple of weeks. It was all seen, they cut it off and that was it done. If I turn it out into a story and make it a visual type of thing then that’s different. The difference between a good storytelling comedian and a regular Joe Public is, we never have to say ‘you had to be there’ at the end of a sentence. You take away that and everyone’s lives are really interesting. How many people do you think are like, ‘I’ll tell you something interesting that happened to me the other day...’ and then they finish it with ‘ah, you had to be there’? If you can get rid of all the ‘you had to be there’s, then all of a sudden you’re a great storyteller. Interesting things happen to everybody. You said in Edinburgh that you were going to think about stopping drinking at the end of the festival. Have you tackled that at all? Sure. I haven’t had a drink since 29

Stagelistings > Tuesday 19 to Monday 25 October > THE BASEMENT, BRIGHTON 01273 699733 www.thebasement.uk.com Death Drive Comic true story of a father-son suicide pact which transforms a cynical loser to a happy failure. Stand-up with poetry, a uke and a psychic horse. >22 October, 7.30pm, £8 BRIGHTON DOME, PAVILION THEATRE 01273 709709 www.brightondome.org If That’s All There Is Physical theatre from Inspector Sands, inspired by the Peggy Lee song. >27–29 October, 8pm, £12.50 CHICHESTER FESTIVAL THEATRE, MINERVA 01243 781312 www.cft.org.uk The Red Shoes Kneehigh present their passionate, irreverent, funny and rude

version of the Hans Christian Andersen fairy story. >2–6 November, 7.45pm, 2.15pm mnatinee Thu & Sat, £18 EASTBOURNE: DEVONSHIRE PARK THEATRE 01323 412000 www.eastbournetheatres.co.uk House Of Ghosts: An Inspector Morse Mystery Morse investigates the case of the on-stage death of a young actress. >Until 23 October, 7.45pm, 2.30pm matinee Wed & Sat, £13.50–£19.50 GLYNDEBOURNE 01273 813813 www.glyndebourne.com Don Giovanni, La Cenerentola, The Coronation Of Poppea Glyndebourne on Tour present three productions: a new production of Mozart’s masterpiece Don Giovanni, conducted by

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August [speaking on 23 September]. It’s true. The longest time in my life. Still not quite a month yet. It’s been relatively easy. I haven’t lost any weight from it yet or anything like that, I’m sure that will come. But I’ve been indulging whatever else I’ve wanted to indulge, a hidden consequence because I HAVEN’T HAD A DRINK [laughs].The thing is, I used to do a joke years ago about people who said they didn’t drink alcohol because they don’t like the taste. No one does. No one drinks because they like the taste. No one’s ever had a sip of tequila and gone, ‘Oh! This is delightful!’ I do miss the taste now. It’s like, when I have a Coke, just a bit of vodka to knock the sweetness on its head a bit! Also the idea that in not drinking other things will fall into place. Now I’m just in a stage where I’m not denying myself anything, because I’m already denying myself that. That [alcohol] was my main problem. Am I an alcoholic? Yes. Would I be one if I wasn’t a comic? Well, I don’t think I would be. Jim Jefferies: Alcoholcaust, Saturday 23 October, 9pm, Corn Exchange, Brighton Dome, £14/12.

Jakub Hrusa; Rossini’s comedy La Cenerentola – a retelling of Perrault’s classic fairytale, Cinderella – in Sir Peter Hall’s acclaimed production; and Monteverdi’s final work, The Coronation Of Poppea, where passionate, forbidden love is victorious over goodness and virtue. >Until 30 October, times and prices vary, from £10, visit website for details NIGHTINGALE THEATRE, BRIGHTON 01273 709709 www.nightingaletheatre.co.uk The Unbuilt Room Seth Kriebel invites you to find your way into – and out of – the Nightingale Theatre in a journey through spaces both real and imagined. >21–23 October, 7.20pm, 7.50pm, 8.20pm, 8.50pm, 9.20pm and 9.50pm, £5 MARLBOROUGH THEATRE, BRIGHTON 0800 411 8881 www.brownpapertickets.co.uk  Lady Day At Emerson’s Bar & Grill March 1959 and Billie Holiday is making a comeback at Emerson’s Bar & Grill, a

favourite jazz haunt in Philadelphia. >21–23 October, 8pm, £8 THEATRE ROYAL BRIGHTON 08448 717650 www.theambassadors.com/theatreroyal The Rivals Wit, romance and intrigue in Sheridan’s classic comedy. Penelope Keith reunited with Peter Bowles in their first stage role together. Directed by Peter Hall. >Until–23 October, 7.45pm, 2.30pm matinee Thu & Sat £17–£28.50 Three Musketeers and the Princess of Spain New productionBased on the classic characters created by Alexandre Dumas. >26–30 October, 7pm, 2.30pm matinee Thu & Sat £17–£28.50 WORTHING: PAVILION THEATRE, 01903 206206 www.worthingtheatres.co.uk The Screwtape Letters Award-winning satirical comedy written by CS Lewis and adapted for the stage by Nigel Forde, set in the timeless dominion of Hell. >20 October, 7.30pm, £10


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It may be getting cooler outside but in theatre land things are really hotting up. Andrew Kay slaps his thigh and reports on the forthcoming panto season

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y first panto was Mother Goose at the Liverpool Empire Theatre back in the early 1960s and starred Tommy Steele. My grandparents bought me a tin of caramels with a picture of a German Shepherd dog (we called them Alsatians back then) on the lid. I still have it and use it to keep pencils in. I mention this because it marks a long love affair with pantomime, both on and off stage at various times, happiest, I must confess, when off. Each year I look forward to seeing what the local theatres have in store for us. As a fan of tradition I am also now a fan of newer ideas, and Christmas shows fill me with an equal sense of excitiement. There is the same tangible sense of expectation in the audience, the chatter of excited children, the buzz of families out together to enjoy live theatre. I love serious theatre but have to confess that when the curtain goes up and an actor in a silly costume comes forward and

engages with the audience, my heart leaps and fills with delights. So what is on offer this year? We start here in Brighton with a brand new musical production of the classic Cinderella. The Theatre Royal is one of the prettiest theatres in the country so what better setting for this fairy tale romance? With a script by Eric Potts, Cinderella features new music by Chris Hatt, who worked on the West End smash hit Billy Elliott, and choreography by Billy Elliott choreographer Damien Delaney. The show features breathtaking visual wizardry, sumptuous costumes and a carriage drawn by real Shetland ponies. Performers from West End musicals and a live orchestra will bring to life the fairytale which has enthralled children and adults for centuries. This new musical version of the story has a few twists in the tale too. That said, you can be sure of fun, magic and romance from start to finish in a production suitable for the whole family. Over in Worthing, hold on tight for a mystical land of

flying carpets, magical lamps and Widow Twankey’s laundry, as Paul Hammond’s spectacular new production of Aladdin visits the Pavilion Theatre. Sam Attwater (Leon from EastEnders: E20) will play Aladdin who fights to win the love of Princess Jasmine played by Poppy Jhakra (Minnie from Coronation Street). CBeebies’ Alex Winters will provide silliness and laughter as Wishee Washee alongside renowned dame Robert Forknall (Doctor Who) as Widow Twankey. No pantomime would be complete without a dastardly villain to boo and hiss; this year’s baddies will be the expertly evil Mark Wingett (DC Carver from The Bill) as Abanazar and Mark ‘Rhino’ Smith (Gladiators, Pirates Of The Caribbean: On Stranger Tides) as Genie. Also in Worthing, traditional sparkle comes to the Connaught Theatre as Paul Holman Associates


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FESTIVE SHOWS 21 presents a brand new production of Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs. Singing sensation Linda Nolan will delight audiences in her role as the Wicked Queen who everyone loves to hate. It’s Genie time over in Horsham too, where, following last year’s hugely popular Cinderella, The Capitol are getting things ready for Christmas with another spectacular traditional pantomime with a lot of Far Eastern promise: Aladdin. Anna Williamson, star of CITV’s Toonattik, Skillicious, and Nickelodeon will be taking the title role of Aladdin in her Capitol panto debut. In recent years Eastbourne Theatres have produced pantos that have set tongues wagging with praise. Their commitment to tradition has paid off in spades, drawing in panto fans from far and wide. This year, they too have Cinderella. Gillian Wright (EastEnders), Clare Buckfield (Dancing On Ice), Tony Adams (Crossroads) and Rachel Jerram (Avenue Q) star in this production. Eastbourne panto regulars, Martyn Knight and Richard Pocock, will also take to the stage once more to play the medalling Ugly Sisters. The award-winning Chichester Festival Youth Theatre, under the direction of Dale Rooks, has produced enthralling Christmas shows for the past eight years. The Festival Theatre has a long-standing reputation for pulling something truly magical out of the hat each Christmas. This year is no different with a new version of Alice In Wonderland,


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FESTIVE SHOWS 23 Lewis Carroll’s beguiling, quirky and quizzical tale that captures the essence of growing up. Alice In Wonderland and Through The Looking Glass have been brilliantly adapted for the stage by Adrian Mitchell, and is set to new music by Matthew Scott. 70 young people will take to the stage to recreate Alice’s magical adventures. Strictly Come Dancing judge Craig Revel Horwood will be hot-footing it to The Hawth in Crawley to appear in the magical adventure, Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs. With a reputation of being the harshest, and bitchiest, of the judges on the primetime TV show, Crawley audiences will have their opportunity to boo Craig as he takes to the stage in the role of one of pantomime’s ultimate villains, the Wicked Queen! With an all-star cast, stunning sets and sensational costumes, this year’s pantomime promises to be fabulous. Last but certainly not least is the annual arrival of Holiday On Ice to The Brighton Centre in January. The new show is called Energia and boasts exceptional skating talent and great choreography, this time on their most exciting set to date. Whether it’s in the run up Christmas or a new year outing with friends and family, pick one of these local shows that is guaranteed to entertain.

Aladdin, Worthing Pavilion Theatre, 9 December 2010–2 January 2011, 01903 206206, www.worthingtheatres.co.uk

Cinderella, Devonshire Park Theatre, Eastbourne, 10 December 2010–16 January 2011. 01323 412000, www.eastbournetheatres.co.uk

Aladdin, The Capitol Horsham, 10 December 2010–3 January 2011, 01403 750220, www.thecapitolhorsham.com

Holiday On Ice: Energia, The Brighton Centre 11–30 January 2011, 0844 847 1515, www.brightoncentre.co.uk

Alice In Wonderland, Chichester Festival Theatre 18 December 2010–1 January 2011, 01243 781312, www.cft.org.uk

Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs, The Hawth, Crawley, 12 December 2010–2 January 2011, 01293 5536, www.tickets.hawth.co.uk

Cinderella, Theatre Royal Brighton 17 December 2010–16 January 2011, 08448 717 617, www.ambassadortickets.com

Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs Connaught Theatre, Worthing, 3 December–31 December 2010, 01903 206206, www.worthingtheatres.co.uk


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> Tuesday 19 to Monday 25 October > > send your club listings to clubs@thelatest.co.uk TUESDAY 19 and Electro. >11pm, £4/1 AUDIO Let’s Kill Disco. Indie music with a twist. DIGITAL Stone Love. 101% maximum indie rock’n’ >10pm, £3/2 roll with DJs and live bands. >11pm–3am, £5 COALITION Don’t Forget. R’n’B, disco, new FUNKY BUDDHA LOUNGE Free 2 Be. DJs Jpaz, reggaeton, funky Latin, pop, hip-hop and funky Hammurabi, Word & Mark Fullaflava. >9pm H BAR Deep Connection. With Tom Vagabond and house. >10.30pm, free b4 1am, £3 after CONCORDE 2 Rewind. ’80s Vs ’90s pop hits, A-Bee aka Lazy Boys, playing a special birthday dance classics and indie anthems. set. >9pm–3am, £TBC >11pm–4am, tickets on the door HONEY CLUB Bonkerz Friday. Cool and sexy DIGITAL Glitterati. It’s sexy, fresh, funky and R’n’B, funky house, hip-hop and pop. >10.30pm–3am, £2 damn well classy, my friends. >11pm, £5/3 NUS LIFE Deadly Rhythm. Bass heavy music. >11pm–4am, £5 HONEY CLUB Mojito Miami Beach Party. THE LOFT Malicious. Brighton’s best alternative Brighton’s best urban and Latin DJs have party. >10pm–3am, £2 b4 11.30pm lined up to hit you with pure party anthems. VOLKS Analogue presents Critical. Massive drum >10pm, free and bass line-up. >11pm–5am, £7 LIFE Vice Social. Prices are cheap and music is banging. >11pm–3am, £3 SATURDAY 23 LOLA LO Cocoloco. A social monumental night. >10pm, £3 AUDIO Warehouse. House, electro and techno. >11pm, free b4 1am, £5 after MASH TUN Mash. Drink. Repeat. Indie, rock and COALITION Wired. Tech house ‘Visual Overload’ electro. >9pm, free

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incorporating Brighton’s only projection Wall coupled with five hours of live VJ. 11pm–4am CONCORDE 2 Devotion. Andy C, Logistics & Lomax, and Example. 11pm–4am, £10 DIGITAL Playroom 4th Birthday. The original party – filled with a bouncy castle, inflatable toys, cracking music, banging DJ' and much more. 11pm–4am, £10 b4 12pm, £12 after H BAR Deeplicious. A night of sublimely deep house music. 10pm, £3 HONEY CLUB Hed Kandi. An evening of complete House Music. 11pm-4am, tickets from The Dome Box Office LIFE Hold Up. Indie classics and dance floor fillers every Saturday. 11pm–4am, £5 LO LOUNGE Dance 4 Love Brighton Party Night Launch. A funk ’n’ disco party night in aid of South African AIDS orphans. 8.30pm, £5 VOLKS Lunarcy Full Moon Party. Jungle, breakbeat, drum ’n’ bass, electro, oldskool, dubstep and mayhem. 11pm, £5. Tickets from RK Bass and Rounder Records

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with flaws magazine party with live bands: sky harbour, new york new york, the vaudeville, what’s your vice. 8pm £3 includes free magazine

dr. sketchy's dia de los muertos (day of the dead) sexy skeletons, tequila shots & sketching anyone? 4pm-7pm £8/£10

wed 20 oct michael weston king michaels solo career continues to gleam brightly with a wealth of beautifully crafted and performed songs on albums that consistently gather serious praise+sadie jemmett+will mussett 8pm £8/£7

thurs 21 oct cafe scientifique jokes & pranks in science-joe cain bridges the gap between science and comedy 8pm free (collection made to cover costs)

manchester street, brighton

sat 23 oct sussex music talent show 2010 brighton area semi-final with a glimmer, cry for redemption, karma's revenge, jipsy magic, left at the robot and more. 7pm doors. £5/4

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later on... phillip henry w/ special guest hannah martin one of the countries finest-slide guitarists combining folk melodies of the british isles, blues gospel & indian music+lee westwood+kate rose 8pm £5

mon 25 oct love music hate racism bands. 8pm. £3

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ANAIS MITCHELL

Simply brilliant US singer-songwriter on Ani DiFranco’s Righteous Babe label. A regular visitor to these shores, her new album and ‘folk-opera’, Hadestown, is the story of Orpheus and Eurydice set in post-apocalyptic Depression-era America. Her spellbinding songs, highly literate lyrics, emotive delivery and superb stagecraft combine to make a very special, if a somewhat cult artist. Wednesday 20 October, Komedia

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Legendary American MC and producer, who has been making some of the most important hiphop music for over 25 years, including the alltime classic albums By All Means Necessary (with Boogie Down Productions) and Return Of The Boom Bap. Spiritual and political, his lyrics are some of most potent ever put to music... Saturday 23 October, Concorde 2

DARWIN DEEZ + THE CADETS

Geeky indie pop maverick who has captured the imagination with his deceptively simple songs. Kinda melancholy happy-clappy sounds, and a fashion sense that reeks of arty irony, have fused nicely to create a mini-star of the NME set. Supporting are Brighton based three-piece The Cadets, creating a bit of a buzz with their Latin-tinged, electro-indie pop. Both superb examples of the less-is-more school of indie. Tuesday 22 October, Digital

MICHAEL WESTON KING

Part of the original ’90s alt-country scene with his band The Good Sons, his subsequent career as a solo troubadour has seen him, like Tim Hardin, Phil Ochs or Townes van Zandt, transmute squalor and self-laceration into pure gold. His last album is a collection of classic protest songs plus a few originals. Sadie Jemmett and Will Musset are in support. Wednesday 20 October, Latest Musicbar

CELEBRATING RITUAL Cornets, sackbuts and a long night of revelry at St Barts – it could only be the Brighton Early Music Festival

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rare opportunities to see the work of such masters as Monteverdi, Purcell and Handel in some of the most poignant settings in the area. “The 1610 Vespers by Monteverdi [30 Oct] is one of the first ever Baroque pieces,” enthuses Clare. It’s such an extraordinary sound, there’s nothing like it. It’s got wooden cornets [wrapped in leather] and sackbuts [an early form of trombone] in there...” BREMF are once again taking part in White Night, on 30 October, with The Brighton Intermedii, BREMF’s own version of the nights of revelry that followed many great Italian renaissance weddings, and which will feature over 20 young artists from the Brighton Early Music Live! scheme, set up by BREMF. “We’ll be using all areas of St Barts, including the gallery and little alcoves, and then at the end (around 1.30am) they’ll all come together for a grand finalé.” This year also sees the climax to BREMF’s three-year Sing Brighton! project, in the form of Dead Head (25 Oct) by Orlando Gough, and featuring children from several local schools, The BREMF Singers, The Bemf Community Choir and many more singers and players. Despite being Lottery Funded, BREMF is very much a labour of love. “We have some amazing volunteers, and we often work till 3am...” BREMF, 22 October-7 November, www.bremf.org.uk

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HOWARD MARKS: MR NICE TOUR

Stuart Griffiths

Famous for his audacious cannabis trafficking and liberal opinions, Howard Marks has become a regular in the world of literature and spoken word following the worldwide success of his autobiography Mr Nice. With the imminent release of Bernard Rose’s film of the same title, starring BAFTA winning A-lister Rhys Ifans, Howard is now taking his live show, An Audience With Mr Nice, on tour. The renowned raconteur bares his life-story, through a performance that combines spoken word, book readings, personal photos and film clips. During the mid ’80s, Marks had 43 aliases, 89 phone lines, and 25 companies trading throughout the world. At the height of his career, he was smuggling consignments of up to 30 tonnes of marijuana from Pakistan and Thailand to America and Canada and had contact with organisations as diverse as the CIA, MI6, the IRA and the Mafia. Busted in 1988 by the American Drug Enforcement Agency and sentenced to 25 years at America’s toughest federal penitentiary, Marks was released on parole in 1995 after serving seven years. Marks is a campaigner for the legalisation of cannabis and appeared in the documentary Stoned In Suburbia as well as hosting the documentary Howard Marks On Drugs, investigating drugs laws in the UK. . 19 October, Komedia, Brighton, 8pm, £12

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BBC Blast Blast is the BBC’s youth creativity service. From first-timers to emerging artists, Blast gives 13 – 19 year olds the chance to try out new skills, showcase their own work and find out more about working in the creative industries. Until Saturday 23. For full details and times visit www.bbc.co.uk/blast/events

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Brighton Farm Market Weekly farm market offering high quality local food from over 20 local farmers, producers and growers. 73 North Road, Brighton, 9am–3pm, www.brightonfarmmarket.co.uk Farmers’ Market Monthly farmers’ market where priority is given to small-scale producers who care for the environment and animal welfare. George Street, Hove, 9am–2pm, www.commoncause.org.uk

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Closer is Griffiths’ first solo exhibition, and was selected from over 200 submissions to the Brighton Photo Fringe OPEN 2010. First taking photos whilst a soldier in West Belfast in the late ’80s, in this exhibition he explores his personal feelings towards war and conflict. Stuart Griffiths: Closer, Phoenix Brighton, 10-14 Waterloo Place, 01273 603974. Until 14 Nov

Astrid Schulz Food Keeps Body & Soul Together is an ongoing project by photography student Astrid Schulz, bringing together her passion for food and her previous career as a costume designer. Each sitter was asked about their favourite meals, and voila! A veritable feast for the eyes... Astrid Schulz: Food Keeps Body & Soul Together, Brighton Media Centre Gallery, 15-17 Middle Street, 01273 201100. Until 14 November

Queer Brighton Documenting the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer communities of Brighton and Hove, this new work by American photographers Molly Landreth and Zoe Strauss documents a range of experiences includingg everyday life, Pride and individual portraits of lesbian and gay couples. A Brighton Photo Biennial exhibition. Queer Brighton, Lighthouse, 28 Kensington Street, 01273 647197. Until 14 November.

L7 Don’t miss next week... White Night art installation commissions Saturday 30 October

Several specially commissioned installations will be at the heart of this year’s nocturnal street festival. The hi-tech Antigravity involves some of the city’s young people and a mysterious shape in the sky. Wet Paint – inCANdescent is a piece of interactive street art in Jubilee Square using both paint and pixels. Mini Murmurations is a sea-based LED installation inspired by the West Pier starlings. And Epiphany Dome will invite visitors to share moments of inspiration or illumination on film.


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Made In Dagenham (15)

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Dir: Nigel Cole

In 1970 the female workers at the Ford car plant walked out when they were denied the same pay as their male counterparts. Bringing the sexual revolution to East London, led by Golden Globe winner Sally Hawkins, this tells how the Equal Pay Act came into being. With a star British cast including Bob Hoskins and Geraldine James, it’ll warm your cockles and make its point. Showing at Cineworld and Odeon

Showing this week Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (12A)

Dir: Oliver Stone

Two decades on and Gekko (Michael Douglas) is coming out from the clink. He’s still got spirit though, and as he attempts to bond again with his daughter (Carey Mulligan), her trader fiancee Jacob (Shia LaBeouf) enters the mix. Jacob and Gekko get to scheming and trouble starts to brew. Showing at Odeon, Cineworld and Connaught

Eat Pray Love (PG)

Dir: Ryan Murphy

This romantic drama stars Julia Roberts as Liz, the woman who has everything – the husband, the job, the home. Before you can say ‘Big Yellow Taxi’, circumstances have changed and she takes the leap and embarks upon a massive adventure around the world. Showing at Odeon, Cineworld and Connaught

Death And Life Of Charlie St Cloud (12A) Dir: Burr Steers

Zac Efron stars in this emotionally charged living and growing tale of a

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The Arbor (U) Dir: Clio Barnard

Despicable Me 3D (U) Dir: Pierre Coffin, Chris Renaud

Boasting a stellar voice cast, this is just the thing to entertain the whole family over the coming half term. Gru (voiced by Steve Carrell) has set his sights on being an arch villain. He’s got the lair, the minions, the massive arsenal of weapons, and the evil plot to commit the crime of the century. What he doesn’t need is the arrival of three little girls named Margo, Edith and Agnes. Interrupting his plans, the international man of mystery he aspires to be is not one he has pictured with children in the mix. Will he complete his villainous plans? With the voice talents of Julie Andrew, Russell Brand, Jason Segel, Arrested Development’s Will Arnett, and Saturday Night Live’s Kristen Wiig no plan is safe here. Showing at Odeon and Cineworld from Friday 15 October

young man affected by tragedy. His scholarship and dreams of a future go up in smoke. Then he has to

choose between a promise from the past and a possible future love. Showing at Odeon and Cineworld

A biography of the late playwright Andrea Dunbar, as portrayed by Natalie Gavin. The author of the controversial teenage sex autobiography, Rita, Sue And Bob Too, she had three children each with different fathers and died before her 30th birthday. Who said that all the boisterous writers were men? Showing at Duke Of York’s

The Social Network (12A) Dir: David Fincher

Tipped to top the Oscars, this is based on the true story of Facebook and its creators and has all the drama of big business, friendship soured and a universal aspiration to be liked. Starring Jesse Eisenberg, Andrew Garfield and, surprisingly, Justin Timberlake, it caused a bit of controversy recently with claims it’s viewpoint is biased. Showing at Duke Of York’s, Odeon and Cineworld

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The Death And Life Of Charlie St Cloud (12A) 12.50, 5.40 Despicable Me 3D (U) 1.00, 200, 3.30, 4.30, 6.00, 7.00, 8.30 Life As We Know It (12A) 12.40, 3.20, 5.50, 8.40 Made In Dagenham (15) 2.45, 5.30 Metropolis (PG) 8.00 The Other Guys (12A) 3.00, 8.20 The Social Network (12A) 12.30, 3.15, 6.10, 8.50 The Town (15) 9.15pm Vampires Suck (12A) 2.15, 4.20, 6.45, 9.00 Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (12A) 2.10, 5.15, 8.10 Winter’s Bone (15) 12.35

WEDNESDAY 20

The Death And Life Of Charlie St Cloud (12A) 12.50, 5.40 Despicable Me 3D (U) 1.00, 200, 3.30, 4.30, 6.00, 7.00, 8.30 Eat Pray Love (PG) 8.00 Life As We Know It (12A) 12.40, 3.20, 5.50, 8.40 Made In Dagenham (15) 2.45, 5.30 The Other Guys (12A) 3.00, 8.20 The Social Network (12A) 12.30, 3.15, 6.10, 8.50 The Town (15) 9.15pm Vampires Suck (12A) 2.15, 4.20, 6.45, 9.00 Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (12A) 2.10, 5.15, 8.10 Winter’s Bone (15) 12.35

THURSDAY 21

The Death And Life Of Charlie St Cloud (12A) 12.50, 5.40 Despicable Me 3D (U) 1.00, 200, 3.30, 4.30, 6.00, 7.00, 8.30 Life As We Know It (12A) 12.40, 3.20, 5.50, 8.40 Made In Dagenham (15) 2.45 The Other Guys (12A) 3.00, 8.20 Paranormal Activity 2 (15) 7.30, 9.30 The Rebound (15) 10.30am The Social Network (12A) 12.30, 3.15, 6.10, 8.50 The Town (15) 9.15pm Vampires Suck (12A) 2.15, 4.20, 6.45, 9.00 Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (12A) 10.45, 2.10, 5.15, 8.10 Winter’s Bone (15) 12.35, 5.20

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www.odeon.co.uk TUESDAY 19

Alamar (U) 11.00am Restrepo (15) 6.30 The Social Network (12A) 12.45, 3.30, 9.00

WEDNESDAY 20

The Social Network (12A) 11.00, 1.30, 4.00, 6.45, 9.30

THURSDAY 21

The Social Network (12A) 1.30, 4.00, 6.45, 9.30

FRIDAY 22

The Arbor (15) 4.00, 9.00 Peppa Pig: Mr Potato Comes To Town & Other Stories (U) 10.30am The Social Network (12A) 1.30, 6.30

SATURDAY 23

The Arbor (15) 3.15 Met. Opera: Boris Godunov (na) 5.00 SUS plus Q&A with actors Clint Dyer, Ralph Brown, Charles Thompson (15) 1.30

SUNDAY 24

The Arbor (15) 8.30 Guelwaar (na) 11.00am The Social Network (12A) 1.30, 5.30

MONDAY 25

The Arbor (15) 4.00, 9.00 Peppa Pig: Mr Potato Comes To Town & Other Stories (U) 10.30am The Social Network (12A) 1.30, 6.30

Vampires Suck

TUESDAY 19

The Death And Life Of Charlie St Cloud (12A) 2.30, 7.00 Despicable Me 2D (U) 4.50 Despicable Me 3D (U) 1.15, 2.00, 4.20, 6.40, 9.00 The Hole In 3D (12A) 4.10 Life As We Know It (12A) 3.20, 5.50, 8.30 The Other Guys (12A) 9.20 Made In Dagenham (15) 3.30, 6.10, 8.40 Mr Nice (18) 1.30, 6.50, 9.30 The Social Network (12A) 1.10, 3.50, 6.30, 9.10 Vampires Suck (12A) 3.00, 5.10, 7.20, 9.40 Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (12A) 3.05, 5.55, 8.50

01903 206206 www.worthingtheatres.co.uk TUESDAY 19

Made In Dagenham (15) 8.00 Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (12A) 7.30

WEDNESDAY 20

Made In Dagenham (15) 1.45 Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (12A) 7.30

WEDNESDAY 20

The Death And Life Of Charlie St Cloud (12A) 2.30, 7.00 Despicable Me 2D (U) 4.50 Despicable Me 3D (U) 1.15, 2.00, 4.20, 6.40, 9.00 The Hole In 3D (12A) 4.10 Life As We Know It (12A) 3.20, 5.50, 8.30 The Other Guys (12A) 9.20 Made In Dagenham (15) 3.30, 6.10, 8.40 Mr Nice (18) 1.30, 6.50, 9.30 The Social Network (12A) 1.10, 3.50, 6.30, 9.10 Vampires Suck (12A) 3.00, 5.10, 7.20, 9.40 Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (12A) 3.05, 5.55, 8.50

THURSDAY 21

The Death And Life Of Charlie St Cloud (12A) 2.30, 7.00 Despicable Me 2D (U) 4.50 Despicable Me 3D (U) 1.15, 2.00, 4.20, 6.40, 9.00 The Hole In 3D (12A) 4.10 Life As We Know It (12A) 3.20, 5.50, 8.30 Made In Dagenham (15) 3.30, 6.10, 8.40 Mr Nice (18) 1.30, 9.30 Paranormal Activity 2 (TBC) 7.10, 9.30 The Social Network (12A) 1.10, 3.50, 6.30, 9.10 Vampires Suck (12A) 3.00, 5.10, 7.20, 9.40 Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (12A) 3.05, 5.55, 8.50

Films showing Fri 22–Mon 25 Oct

Check with cinema to confirm film showings and times

Made in Dagenham

THURSDAY 21

Made In Dagenham (15) 5.00 Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (12A) 7.30

FRIDAY 22

Despicable Me 3D (U) 3.00, 5.15, 7.30

SATURDAY 23

Despicable Me 3D (U) 12.45, 3.00, 5.15, 7.30 The Last Airbender (PG) 10.25am

SUNDAY 24

Despicable Me 3D (U) 12.45, 3.00, 5.15, 7.30 Eat Pray Love (PG) 8.00 Shrek Forever After (U) 2.00

MONDAY 25

Despicable Me 3D (U) 12.45, 3.00, 5.15, 7.30 Eat Pray Love (PG) 8.00


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MARINE TAVERN Pub Quiz. Brain drain at the cosy little pub! >9pm, £1 QUEEN’S ARMS Tallulah Goodhead Karaoke Laughter Show. A karaoke show not to be missed. >12pm R-BAR Twisted Karaoke. Hostess with the mostess, Mistress Cat hosts the audio delight that is Twisted Karaoke! >12pm–2am, free REVENGE Sound As A Pound. A clubnight and a lottery! A club night with a difference. >10.30pm–3am, £2

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Idiots Of Ants – The Red Button Edinburgh Comedy Award 2009 nominees and 2010 Chortle Award Winners. Following their first extensive UK tour, Ben, James, Andrew and Elliott are back once more in their comedy home to consolidate their place at the forefront of the new wave of contemporary sketch shows. Corn Exchange, Brighton Dome, 7.30pm, £12/10 Neil Delamere One of the most in demand comedians on Irish TV and well on track to repeat his success here in the UK. Best known to UK audiences for a storming appearance on Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow. Pavilion Theatre, Brighton Dome, 9.15pm, £12/10 Nick Helm – Keep Hold Of The Gold Nick Helm is putting his past and his problems firmly behind him in an attempt to help make you appreciate life in a whole new way, whether you want to or not, in an hour of poetry, music, stand up and Chutzpah. Edinburgh highlight. Pavilion Theatre, Brighton Dome, 7.45pm, £10/8 Stewart Lee – Vegetable Stew Stewart Lee presents a vegetable stew of brand new work in preparation for his 2011 TV series. Concert Hall, Brighton Dome, 8pm, £17.50

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Live ’n’ Laughing A brand new professional monthly night of comedy. Headlined by Paul F Taylor and compered by Brighton’s Lee Hume. The Brunswick, 7.45pm, £5/4 Mark Watson Mark Watson finally returns to the road in the UK, with his most personal, most surprising, and funniest show yet. Total sell-out seasons at the Montreal, Melbourne, Sydney and Edinburgh Festivals. Concert Hall, Brighton Dome, 8pm, £16.50 Andrew Lawrence – Too Ugly for Television Tour Life's not fair and the world's a disgusting place to live. Andrew Lawrence tries to find some consolation. Double Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee 2006/7. Best UK headline act Chortle.co.uk award nominee 2010. Pavilion Theatre, Brighton Dome, 9.15pm, £12/10 Terry Saunders – Six And A Half Loves Charting the fortunes and misfortunes of three of the most perfect couples who ever existed in the world, ever. Pavilion Theatre, Brighton Dome, 7.45pm, £12/10

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Brian Gittins And Friends Pyecombe’s finest roadside cafe owner Mr. Brian Gittins welcomes you to another evening of entertainment. This time round, he has pursuaded Adam Riches, Joe Wilkinson and Flange Kramer to join him. Upstairs At Three And Ten, 8pm, £9/7 Four Poofs And A Piano – Smoke And Mirrorballs In this brilliant new show, Stephen, Dave, David and Ian tear it up with a double helping of frisky

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Frisky And Mannish: The College Years With death-defying lack of restraint, they will twist and shout you through 50 years of pop as you're unlikely to have heard it before. Pavilion Theatre, Brighton Dome, 9.15pm, £12/10 Jack Whitehall – Learning Difficulties See interview page 11. Corn Exchange, Brighton Dome, 9.30pm, £14/12 Knock2Bag Comedy Presents Tim Key Knock2Bag’s debut Brighton gig features Colin Hoult, Brian Gittins, Robin Buckland and Edinburgh Comedy Award-Winning comic-poet Tim Key. Upstairs At Three And Ten, 7.30pm, £9/7.50

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Sean Lock – Lockipedia Lockipedia is a very unreliable, misleading but highly entertaining information resource. Lockipedia is what Sean ‘knows’ about stuff. Concert Hall, Brighton Dome, 8pm, £17.50

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Mark Allen’s Go Slow Mark describes his show thus: Is the relentless pace of modern life making you swear at dawdling strangers? Or huff at non-moving transport? Me too. Upstairs At Three And Ten, 5pm, £7/5

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AMSTERDAM The Piano Man - Colin Blanchflower Live. >8pm, free CHARLES STREET BAR Weekend Warm Up. Turn it around and start the weekend halfway through the week. >12pm LEGENDS Legends Wednesday. Swig wine alfresco on the terrace or chill out at the bar. >11pm–5am, free MARINE TAVERN Midweek Mayhem with Dale. >12pm–12.30am MARLBOROUGH Open Mic Night. An open stage for all, whether you’re an amateur or pro, a musician or a poet. >8pm, free QUEEN'S ARMS Back to Skool Cabaret: Wilma Fingerdoo. It's the outrageous Wilma Fingerdoo plus DJ Andy B playing all your skool favourites. >12pm–12.30am, free R-BAR Trick Pop. A mash up of pop, R’n’B, hiphop and charty trax from 8pm. >12pm–2am, free

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AMSTERDAM Total Request Karaoke. Pick a song to sing your out to, or a video to watch. >8pm, free CHARLES STREET BAR Mad Cow. A divine night of mayhem with DJ's Li'l Alex and LeeRoy spinning funky house. >10pm, £2 MARINE TAVERN Man Trap. >12pm–12.30am MARLBOROUGH Happy Thursdays. Happy hour all night long. Why stay in? >8pm, free R-BAR Pre-Girls On Top Party. Join Fifilicious as she plays an eclectic mix of all things pop, chart and urban. >8pm–2am, free REVENGE Girls On Top. Chart, electro, house, garage, pop, old skool, rock, trash, dance, R’n’B and party tunes! >10.30pm–4am, £5/3 REVENGE Emergency Room. Upfront tracks, chart songs and house music anthems – begin your weekend early! >11pm–4am, £4/3

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AMSTERDAM Big 'A' Mash-Up. Chart tracks and music videos every Friday with fantastic drinks promotions. >11pm–2am, free

CHARLES STREET BAR Candyfloss. Bubblegum tunes and sweet camp pop. >11pm, free MARINE TAVERN Squeeze. The chance to squeeze up to anyone you like! >12pm–12.30am MARLBOROUGH Queer and Alternative. An eclectic mix of indie, old-school pop, electro and soul. >12pm–2am, free QUEEN'S ARMS Camp Attack. With Andy B & Kamp Kevin. >9pm R-BAR Starlight Warm Up. DJ Smithy spins the finest, sexiest disco and classic house to get you in the mood for Friday night. >12pm, free REVENGE X Factor Fridays. See X Factor finalists relive their performances. >10.30pm–5am

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AMSTERDAM Boutique Lounge. Chart songs and music videos. >11pm–2am, free LEGENDS Pre-Ignition. >7pm, free MARINE TAVERN It’s Saturday, let’s party. Start your night here. >12pm–1am MARLBOROUGH Cherry Pop. Classic ’80s trash, and heaps of cheesy anthems. >12pm–2am, free QUEEN'S ARMS Cabaret: Quinton Smith & DJ Kamp Kevin. >12pm–1am, free R-BAR Kinky Classics. The Pre-club bunch get house and electro, present and retro with King K. >12pm–5am, free REVENGE Kinky Dangerous. The best local pop and house DJ talent feature over two floors. >10.30pm–5am, £8/3

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AMSTERDAM Sunday Night Project with Davina Sparkle. >9.30pm, free CHARLES STREET BAR Showtime With Lady Imelda. >7.15pm, free LEGENDS Sunday Cabaret. >3.15pm, free QUEENS ARMS Cabaret: Kitty Litter & X Factor Karaoke. Top cabaret followed by the X Factor results Betty's Karaoke Show. >12pm, free R-BAR Sublime Sundays. Relaxing acoustic sessions at 5pm followed by karaoke with LouBag & DJ Smithy. >12pm-2am, free

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CHARLES STREET BAR Studio 150 Warm Up. Pop, trash, a smattering of Indie, and all the classics that keep the dancefloor full. >10.30pm–2am, £1.50 MARINE TAVERN Hot Gossip. >12pm–12.30am QUEENS ARMS Betty’s Hot Pot Karaoke & drink deal. Karaoke Party Night with the multitalented drag host Betty Swollocks. >12pm R-BAR Quiz with Liz. >12pm–2am, free

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L7 Under review Read reviews of every show at the Brighton Comedy Festival at www.thelatest.co.uk SARAH MILLICAN: CHATTERBOX

She’s your naughty, cheeky, fun mate, every gag hitting its mark, and it’s never long before another laugh is along to top up that smile. Sarah Millican’s rise in profile over the last couple of years has come without a cross word directed her way and a grin at her very approach, be it on radio, television or – most delightfully – her live shows. Her material now includes a boyfriend, touring and bra-off times, keeping her personal detailed delivery of sharing as enjoyable as ever. Effortlessly enjoyable and a treat of a chocolate Hobnob in a Rich Tea world. Corn Exchange, Brighton Dome, 9 October JJJJJ Victoria Nangle

AL MURRAY: THE PUB LANDLORD

Geordie comedian Chris Ramsay warmed up the crowd, telling the latecomers – unaware he was on the bill – that he’d lost weight and grown some hair. We warmed to him then, and were taken on a hilarious journey to backstage at The Jeremy Kyle Show. The Pub Landlord himself shared his wisdom and views, and the audience participation was hilarious. A natural sequel to last year’s show (this outing saw him reveal the killer line to ‘get’ any woman), it saw Murray prowling like a shark and touching on politics, war, and religion. Touchy subjects, but he got away with it. Loud and proud with a Union Jack backdrop, Al Murray reminded us of the very best and worst of being British – and to watch out for squirrels taking over the country. Concert Hall, Brighton Dome, 13 October JJJJJ Zara Baker

THE BOBBY MCGEES + THE STARS DOWN TO EARTH

Last time I saw the Bobby McGees, frontman Jimmy Cairney encouraged the audience to move forward, “but not too close, because these songs are so sexy the front three rows will all get pregnant”. The PlayStation Bar at Hotel Pelirocco was so intimate it may have had us all checking for the blue line after this gig, but it was worth it. The Stars Down To Earth played a pared-down acoustic set that showcased their fine lyrics and tight harmonies, while TBM’s eye rolling and am-dram facial expressions were perfect for the small venue. I’m feeling the L.O.V.E. Hotel Pelirocco, 7 October JJJJJ Jennifer Davidson

COLIN HOULT: ENEMY OF THE WORLD

Brilliant, magnificent, grotesque; a delight and utterly engrossing from start to finish. Colin Hoult, aided by his small band of supporting actors, presented a series of diverse characters, involving music, personal physicality, and a combination of tight script and audience interaction. Hoult had us captivated from the moment we caught sight of him in his colleague’s torch spotlight, holding a baby doll and singing of its doomed future. It’s hardly surprising he was the the star of the Edinburgh Festival musical, Gutted: A Revenger’s Tragedy, where he played six characters in one show, such was his range shown here. I can’t wait for more. Pavilion Theatre, Brighton Dome, 10 October JJJJJ Victoria Nangle

LA CENERENTOLA

WIth the style and palette of Victorian children’s pop-up books this production totally captivated me. When you add the fine tenor voice of Luciano Botelho, baritone Joan Martin-Royo and mezzo Allyson McHardy to the mix, you cannot fail to seduce. McHardy gave a solidity to Cenerentola, a seriously accomplished performance, but it was the soaring clarity of Botelho that took the prize. Peter Hall managed to balance the comedic with the moralistic elements of the fairytale to perfect effect. Once again, Glyndebourne On Tour triumphs and proves their ever increasing value to a wider audience. Glyndebourne, 10 October JJJJJ Andrew Kay

THE BEAUTIFUL WORD + MAN RAY SKY + PINK NARCISSUS

The Brunswick closed Brighton Live with three bands intent on doing it their way. The Beautiful Word inhabited a fantasy place, where visitors to the moon can take along a pet cow. The easy harmonising and tinkling xylophone, though, masked the wryness in their lyrics, and their rolling crescendos were enough to silence the aggressively stood-up woman at the front. Crescendos were thick on the ground, as Man Sky Ray threw everything into Radiohead’s kitchen-sink. Pink Narcissus were the feel-good hit of the night, their cartoonish raids on nearly every punk subgenre ensuring daft grins amongst the exiting crowd. The Brunswick, 8 October JJJJJ Jim Milnes

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ussell Kane has the energy and tempo of a caged animal – but a friendly one. As he paced relentlessly up and down the stage, he was bewildered by his own success (he had sold out a large venue!), not even acknowledging that being winner of the Foster’s Edinburgh Comedy Award for Best Show may have had something to do with it; his humility beamed through. Kane has been nominated for the prestigious award twice before, and the last time I saw him at a Brighton Comedy Festival was when the Old Courtroom was a smaller venue with Kane filling only the first two rows. The show was phenomenal then, too, despite the small turn out. The smaller audience – despite the accolades and near accolades he’d picked up even by then – may explain his surprise that it does all seem to be finally happening for him. It’s delightful to hear of him skyping a celebrity party’s buffet to his mum to share his good success. The strong theme of this show is something he has touched on in previous shows: his relationship with his family, and primarily the difficult one he continues to experience with his father. Again, this explains a lot about his humility and selfdeprecation, as the contrast between his boiler-lagging, muscle-bound father and his

own literature-loving self – a self-admitted waif of a man – highlights Kane’s frustration at their differences and the communication barrier this presents him with. He’s a man so verbose and loving of language that he paints pictures deftly with a few phrases as he sets the scene for his many stories and few characters from his life. With words he’s selected specifically and adored at each turn, his more traditional and distant father was practically an affront to his being and achievements. And vice versa. Kane’s performance is speedy, physical, engaging, and funny. Loud guffaws were expelled from every corner of the venue, responding to the details in his social observations, be they geographical or technological. An impromptu addition to the show in the form of a tangent regarding the popular debate of Macs versus PCs demonstrated how rapidly Kane’s mind moves, and how fascinated he is with the world that surrounds him. It’s great that after years of smaller audiences, Kane is now getting the larger audience sizes he deserves. With more television work scheduled soon, it won’t be long before this gig at the Corn Exchange will seem intimate itself – larger venues still are called for next year. He’s intelligent, articulate and funny with a unique turn of phrase and perspective. The only way is up. Victoria Nangle


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Andy Winter on surviving without cricket at Hove

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usually get very little feedback for this column but the last one, on the importance of Sussex County Cricket Club’s women supporters, produced the most comments I have yet received. One came from the mother of Claire with the Murray Goodwin shirt, whose name I now know to be Sandra. She said she was feeling rather low because the cricket season had come to an end. It got me thinking. How do I get “For a club the size through the winter months when there is no cricket at Hove? There of Sussex, to have is football, I suppose, but it isn’t quite the same. It is fantastic that four players playing the Albion has had such a great start to the season. for England is no I realise not everyone can mean feat” afford to subscribe to Sky, but for me it is a lifeline. Already, being the sad person that I am, I have put in my diary key cricket fixtures between now and the end of March. The highlight will be the Ashes tour to Australia. The first Test starts on 25 November. I will be up at 3.30am to see the first delivery as I was the last time the Ashes were contested in Australia. Steve Harmison bowled the first ball so wide that it was taken at second slip! For the first time in many, many years, there are two Sussex players in the England Ashes squad – wicket-keeper Matt Prior and spinner Monty Panesar. Waiting for a Test call-up are two other Sussex players, Mike Yardy and Luke Wright, both of whom should feature in the one-day series. For a club the size of Sussex, to have four players playing for England is no mean feat. I will be cheering England on, not least because of the Sussex contingent. The greatest rivalry in international cricket continues until the final one-day international on 6 February 2011. After that there is the Cricket World Cup, the highlight for me being the match on 6 March between England and South Africa. So how will I survive until the first Ashes Test? Well, there are a couple of Test matches between Pakistan and South Africa, which hopefully will be spared some of the controversy of Pakistan’s recent tour of England. I can also expect some banter with Tony, from whom I buy my newspapers. He is a long-suffering Pakistan supporter who would take great delight if Pakistan got the better of South Africa. With all this cricket, I will survive the winter and before I know, it will be April and I will be shivering in the deckchairs at Hove, along with my daughter Clare, Claire and Sandra, Claire W, Amanda, Janet and Sarah, as Sussex launches its campaign to win the County Championship once again. Sussex spinner Monty Panesar is in the England Ashes squad Photo: Clare Calder

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an you imagine what it would be like to have silence? Not just a bit of quiet, but actual silence. Five members of the public, at various crossroads in their lives, have signed up for a massive hit of silent contemplation – initially in a monastry in East Sussex for a weekend, and then for a longer period of time at another retreat. You can watch every step on BBC2’s The Big Silence. And it is massive. Scarily so. Grief and belief plays a large part in this as it is, after all, under the remit of BBC Religion programmes. Having that moment of stillness is terrifying for 29-year-old Carrie, who is the only admitted member of faith at the start of the experiment, as it leaves her to think about her late father. The older, 54-year-old Jon, a committeed atheist, has a similar problem with silence as it attacks his carefully constructed barriers. Father Christopher, their host in Sussex and our narrator, believes that through silence we can access our souls, and through being in touch with our souls we can find God. He sees it as being the same as a doctor prescribing a half an hour of therapy each day to keep your body healthy, but for your mental wellbeing. These are big ideas, people. This is only the first episode in a series following the trials and traumas of our five protagonists of different ages, backgrounds and experiences. Oh, and beliefs. All the real silence action takes place in Christian monastries, and call me cynical but I’ve got a feeling these guinea pigs may well have a different relationship with God and their beliefs by the time they leave. What tickles me is whether the beliefs that emerge would be the same if this was conducted in, say,

“Father Christopher, their host in Sussex, believes that through silence we can access our souls” a Buddhist monastry. The silence breaks down their defences, but it’s what fills up the emptiness that’s left while they are away from home and feeling vulnerable that makes the biggest impact. Hence the BBC commission. I ought to say that the irony of trying to watch a programme about silence whilst in a busy city is not lost on me. It could be just the lack of silence that’s bringing out this suspicious strain in me. Or it could be that silence is a lot more mysterious and scary – like space – than any known horror under my bed. The Big Silence, starts on BBC2, Friday 22 October follow me on twitter

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tuesday 19 71 Degrees North ITV1, 9pm Oh dear, there’s an injury in our chilly midst in this week’s extreme adventure reality show. With the temperature set to fall to below -40 degrees it is going to be a punishing test. The five remaining celebs reach reindeer country – the coldest region they have encountered so far. Love to Rudolph, deer old thing.

Later Live... With Jools Holland BBC2, 10pm Joining Jools on the sixth show of the series will be Welsh warbler Duffy and Sheffield’s finest Heaven 17, who are back in the saddle again for their 30th anniversary UK tour. Plus, jazz legend Herbie Hancock chats about his latest multi-artist album, The Imagine Project.

Kings Of Leon: Access All Areas ITV2, 10pm Dave Berry spends 48 hours with American rock gods Kings of Leon. He meets the family Followill as they prepare for an intimate gig in their hometown of Nashville, Tennessee. Offering insights into their religious upbringing, plus sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll. Salacious stuff.

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wednesday 20 Home And Away Channel Five, 6pm What’s occurring in the Bay? Well, Sid tells Miles that Marilyn does not have cancer, but Miles finds it hard not to be taken in by Mitzy’s so-called psychic abilities. Paulie decides that turning to gambling is his only chance of getting his hands on enough money to pay back the loan sharks. Oi! Pay up, sunshine.

Wonderland: High Society Brides BBC2, 9pm This film tracks down five blue-blooded women who were featured announcing their engagements in posho mag Country Life on its most wellknown page, dubbed ‘Girls in Pearls’ by its readers. No Wotsits in bowls or Pernod ‘n’ black stained frocks for these brides.

Peter Andre: The Next Chapter ITV2, 9pm Pete’s hoping to reinvent himself on his new album. Recording goes well until Pete catches the flu and he is sent home. But there is no time for rest, and he heads to Blackpool for the public unveiling of his waxwork at Louis Tussaud’s. Sounds like he’s been burning the candle at both ends.

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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 Helicopter Heroes The Yorkshire Air Ambulance is called upon to treat the victims of the Cumbrian gunman. 8.00 Waterloo Road Chris’s controversial scheme to equip Waterloo Road with CCTV backfires when it risks exposing his one-night stand with Jess Fisher. 9.00 The Apprentice Business-based reality show. The candidates seize the opportunity to impress Lord Sugar as they take over an industrial bakery. 10.00 BBC News At Ten 10.30 South East Today 10.40 The National Lottery Draws The National Lottery Draws presented by Debra Stephenson, including Thunderball and Lotto. 10.50 Film 2010 With Claudia Winkleman There’s a look at the Helen Mirren action-comedy Red and more found footage horror in Paranormal Activity 2. 11.30 FILM: The Mosquito Coast (1986) Starring Harrison Ford, Helen Mirren and River Phoenix. Adventure. 1.20am Weatherview 1.25 Sign Zone: Country Tracks 2.25 Sign Zone: Bang Goes The Theory 2.55 Sign Zone: Watchdog 3.55 BBC News

Sky Sports 2 6.00am Aerobics: Oz Style 6.30 Urban Ride 7.00 WWE: Vintage Collection 8.00 PGA Grand Slam Of Golf 11.00 European Seniors Tour Golf 12.00pm Asian Tour Golf Show 12.30 Urban Ride 1.00 International Polocrosse 2.00 Polo 3.00 Poker Million 5.00 Watersports World 6.00 UEFA Champions League Pre-Game Show 7.30 LIVE UEFA Champions League 10.00 Champions League Goals 11.00 Trans World Sport 12.00am Watersports World 1.00 Poker Million 3.00 Total Rugby 3.30 Class 1 Powerboats 4.00 Close

Sky Sports 3 7.30am Asian Tour Golf Show 8.00 International Polocrosse 9.00 Polo 10.00 Pool: World Pool Masters 11.00 Aerobics: Oz Style 11.30 Racing News 12.00pm Sports Unlimited 1.00 Asian Tour Golf Show 1.30 Urban Ride 2.00 Pool: World Pool Masters 3.00 Sports Unlimited 4.00 WWE: The Bottom Line 5.00 WWE: Afterburn 6.00 Kilomathon Scotland 6.30 PGA Grand Slam Of Golf 9.30 Inside The PGA Tour 10.00 PGA Grand Slam Of Golf 2.00am Golfing World 3.00 Inside The PGA Tour 3.30 Close

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7.00pm Don’t Tell The Bride 8.00 Young Voters’ Question Time 9.00 MOBO Awards 2010 11.00 Family Guy (x2) 11.50 Lip Service 12.50am One Non Blonde: Down Under 1.20 Young Voters’ Question Time 2.20 The Real Hustle Undercover 2.50 Lip Service 3.50 One Non Blonde: Down Under 4.20 Don’t Tell The Bride

7.00pm News 7.30 War Walks 8.00 We Need Answers 8.30 A History Of The World: Towton 1461 9.00 Michael Wood’s Story Of England 10.00 Mad Men 10.45 FILM: The Quatermass Experiment (1955) 12.05am Michael Wood’s Story Of England 1.05 A History Of The World: Towton 1461 1.35 A State Of Mind

4.40 Sally Jessy Raphael 5.30 Judge Judy (x3) 7.00 Harry Hill’s TV Burp 7.30 You’ve Been Framed! 8.00 Gossip Girl 9.00 Peter Andre: The Next Chapter See highlights 10.00 The Only Way Is Essex 10.30 Katy Brand vs Shakira 11.00 FILM: American Pie (1999) 12.55am The Only Way Is Essex

11.00am Inspector Morse 1.05pm Heartbeat 2.05 Monarch Of The Glen 3.10 Dr Quinn, Medicine Woman 4.10 Daily Cooks Challenge 5.15 Rising Damp 5.45 Heartbeat 6.50 Monarch Of The Glen 8.00 Agatha Christie’s Poirot 9.00 A Touch Of Frost 11.10 Numb3rs 12.05am Life 12.55 Poirot

12.10pm Veronica Mars 1.05 Scrubs (x2) 2.05 Friends 2.35 Hollyoaks 3.05 Gilmore Girls 4.00 Accidentally On Purpose 4.30 Friends (x3) 6.00 Scrubs (x2) 7.00 Hollyoaks 7.30 Friends (x3) 9.00 Ugly Betty 10.00 Desperate Housewives 11.00 FILM: Me, Myself And Irene (2000) 1.15am RuPaul’s Drag Race

2.50pm Coach Trip 3.20 Location, Location, Location (x2) 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 One Under 9.00 Time Team 10.00 Henry VIII’s Lost Palaces: A Time Team Special 11.35 What Sank The Mary Rose? 12.40am Time Team

11.00am The Iron Petticoat (1956) 12.50pm Conspiracy Of Hearts (1960) 3.00 The Valley Of Gwangi (1969) 4.50 Dallas (1950) 6.40 The Social Network Special 6.50 How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days (2003) 9.00 The Magdalene Sisters (2002) 11.15 Lucky Number Slevin (2006) 1.20am In America (2002)

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thursday 21 Nigella Kitchen BBC2, 8pm Nigella ‘don’t fret about the calories darling’ Lawson is being a tad more frugal tonight, well with the pennies any rate. Expect South Indian veg curry from wilting fridge specimens, chocolate chip bread containing stale scraps, and store cupboard pantry paella. This is a real case of a rags to riches nosh-up.

The Taking Of Prince Harry Channel 4, 9pm Feature-length doc looking at the risks of Prince Harry’s service in Afghanistan by presenting a hypothetical scenario where he is kidnapped by insurgents. Former hostages, military experts and the SS offer opinions on the ramifications of such a highprofile abduction. Comforting viewing for the Royals.

Misfits E4, 11.40pm Five outsiders are carrying out community service, when – ka-boom! – an odd storm leaves them with superpowers. Curtis tries to use his powers to go back in time and change what happened on the night he was caught by the police. Unfortunately, changing history is not as quite that easy. Shucks.

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6.00am – 9.25 Children’s television 9.25 The Large Family 9.35 Toddworld 9.50 Pingu 10.00 Waybuloo 10.20 Clifford The Big Red Dog 10.30 Pablo The Little Red Fox 10.35 3rd And Bird 10.50 Wibbly Pig 11.00 In The Night Garden 11.30 Animal Park 12.00pm The Daily Politics 12.30 GMT With George Alagiah 1.00 Due South 1.45 See Hear 2.15 Instant Restaurant 3.00 Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is 3.45 Flog It! 4.30 Pointless 5.15 Escape To The Country 6.00 Eggheads Peck your way through these questions. 6.30 Strictly Come Dancing – It Takes Two Claudia appraises some of the costumes from the series, as well as getting the latest news from inside the training rooms. 7.00 The Culture Show Andrew Graham Dixon presents the latest edition of The Culture Show from Glasgow featuring writer and artist Alasdair Gray on the publication of his autopictography, A Life in Pictures. 8.00 Nigella Kitchen See highlights. 8.30 Autumnwatch Chris Packham and Kate Humble visit Strangford Lough in Northern Ireland - more than 50 square miles of inland seawater, described as one of Europe’s most important wildlife sites. 9.30 Autumnwatch Unsprung Featuring special guest, wildlife sound recordist Chris Watson. 10.00 Never Mind The Buzzcocks Guest presenter is Mark Ronson, with guests Alesha Dixon, Tinie Tempah, Mollie from The Saturdays and Paul Foot. 10.30 Newsnight In-depth investigation and analysis. 11.20 The Culture Show Repeat. 12.20am The Apprentice: You’re Fired Repaet. 1.05 BBC News 4.00 Youth And Community Justice 5.00 Class Clips

6.00am Daybreak 8.30 Lorraine 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 60 Minute Makeover 3.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal 4.00 Midsomer Murders 5.00 The Alan Titchmarsh Show 6.00 Meridian Tonight All the latest news, sport and breaking stories from across the region. Including Meridian weather. 6.30 ITV News & Weather 7.00 Emmerdale Ryan’s future hangs in the balance as the trial begins. Pollard thinks he might be quids in when Jai shows interest in his barn. 7.30 Wrong To Buy?: Tonight Jonathan Maitland meets some families who say renting makes more sense than buying a house. 8.00 Emmerdale Nathan puts on an impressive performance in court, but there is someone who does not want to wait for the verdict before dishing out some rough justice. 8.30 Coronation Street Does Graeme survive – and will David break under the pressure? 9.00 Law & Order: UK For two years, Stephanie Blake has been stalked by a man calling himself Giovanni who seems to know every intimate detail of her life. What happens when the case goes through the court? 10.00 ITV News At Ten & Weather 10.35 Cops With Cameras Highoctane series. 11.35 The Last Word A look at some of the big stories. 12.05am Grimefighters Welsh cleaner Ben confronts a revolting three bedroom house rented to students in Aberystwyth. 12.30 ITV1’s place to shop and play. 2.35 The Jeremy Kyle Show 3.25 Wrong To Buy?: Tonight 3.50 ITV Nightscreen 5.30 ITV Morning News

6.15am Planet Cook 6.35 Yo Gabba Gabba 7.00 Freshly Squeezed 7.30 Everybody Loves Raymond 7.55 Everybody Loves Raymond 8.25 Frasier 8.55 Friends 9.25 Coach Trip 9.55 Coach Trip 10.25 Coach Trip 10.55 Coach Trip 11.30 Coach Trip 12.00pm Channel 4 News Summary 12.05 Designers Under Pressure 12.15 A Place In The Sun: Home Or Away 1.15 FILM: McBride: Fallen Idol (2006) 2.55 Wogan’s Perfect Recall 3.25 Countdown 4.10 Deal Or No Deal 5.00 Come Dine With Me 5.30 Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals 6.00 The Simpsons Homer traces his long-lost half-brother and proceeds to reduce him from riches to rags by trying to help his car business. 6.30 Hollyoaks A worried Ste apologies to Brendan for kissing him. Jasmine discovers Bart stole money from the McQueens. Jem and Liam try to put the past behind them. A jealous Mercedes spots Malachy meeting Lynsey. 7.00 Channel 4 News 7.55 4thought.tv Religious and ethical issues. 8.00 River Cottage Every Day Hugh attempts to rekindle Britain’s love affair with breakfast, serving up Swiss-style muesli, porridge and the perfect breakfast drink. 9.00 The Taking Of Prince Harry See highlights. 10.30 True Blood In Bon Temps, Daphne presses Sam to get more comfortable in his own skin(s). 11.45 3 Minute Wonder: The Jarman Award Three minute programme. 11.50 Reaper Comedy series. 12.45am King Of The Hill Bobby gets mixed up with racism at school. 1.10 King Of The Hill 1.35 FILM: Teenage Caveman (2002) 3.05 Drifting 3.20 ER 4.10 Unreported World 4.35 Dispatches: How The Rich Beat The Taxman 5.25 Countdown

6.00am – 8.25 Children’s television 8.25 Peppa Pig 8.35 Thomas & Friends 8.45 Igam Ogam 8.57 The Milky And Shake Show 9.00 Big School 9.05 Bert And Ernie’s Great Adventures 9.15 The Wright Stuff 10.45 Trisha Goddard 11.40 House 12.35pm Five News 12.40 Meals In Moments 12.50 Police Interceptors: Special Edition 1.45 Neighbours 2.15 Home And Away 2.50 Meals In Moments 3.00 FILM: Haven (2001) 5.00 Five News 5.30 Neighbours

6.00am Good Morning Sports Fans 7.00 Good Morning Sports Fans 8.00 Good Morning Sports Fans 9.00 Champions League Goals 10.00 FIFA Futbol Mundial 10.30 Total Rugby 11.00 Trans World Sport 12.00pm Champions League Goals 1.00 FIFA Futbol Mundial 1.30 Total Rugby 2.00 Champions League Goals 3.00 FIFA Futbol Mundial 3.30 Powerboating 4.00 Total Rugby 4.30 FIFA Futbol Mundial 5.00 Trans World Sport 6.00 Champions League Goals 7.00 Sky Sports News 7.30 Barclays Premier League World 8.00 The Rugby Club 9.00 Ringside 10.00 Time Of Our Lives 11.00 The Rugby Club 12.00am Ringside 1.00 Barclays Premier League World 1.30 Time Of Our Lives 2.30 The Rugby Club 3.30 Ringside 4.30 Barclays Premier League World 5.00 The Rugby Club

6.00 Home And Away Mitzy forces herself on a shocked Dex in an attempt to demonstrate why it is wrong for him to keep pushing things with Marilyn when she is clearly not interested. 6.25 Live From Studio Five Magazine show. 7.00 Five News At 7 7.30 Europa League Football Live Europa League football action from Eastlands as Man City take on Polish side Lech Poznan. 10.10 FILM: The Glimmer Man (1996) Starring Steven Seagal, Keenen Wayans, Bob Gunton, Brian Cox, Michelle Johnson and Keenan Wayans. Action thriller about a government agent who is asked to resume his old role as a police officer to help catch a serial killer preying on the citizens of LA. Teamed with a local homicide detective, the agent discovers that the killer seems to know a lot about his past despite a change of occupation and identity. 12.00am SuperCasino Visit www.SuperCasino.com 4.05 House Doctor 4.30 Great Scientists 4.55 Rough Guide To Journeys 5.10 Michaela’s Wild Challenge 5.35 Michaela’s Wild Challenge

Sky Sports 2 6.00am Aerobics: Oz Style 6.30 Urban Ride 7.00 WWE: Experience 8.00 European Tour Weekly 8.30 PGA Grand Slam Of Golf 11.00 Aerobics: Oz Style 11.30 Racing News 12.00pm Watersports World 1.00 Kilomathon Scotland 1.30 Class 1 Powerboats 2.00 Watersports World 3.00 Trans World Sport 4.00 Spruce Meadows 5.00 WWE: Vintage Collection 6.00 Race World 7.00 TBA 7.30 LIVE Premier League Snooker 11.00 WWE: Late Night Raw 1.00am WWE NXT 2.00 Premier League Snooker 5.30 Close

Sky Sports 3 10.30am Kilomathon Scotland 11.00 Live European Tour Golf 1.00pm Inside The PGA Tour 1.30 Aerobics: Oz Style 2.00 Urban Ride 2.30 Kilomathon Scotland 3.00 LIVE European Tour Golf 5.00 Formula Kart Stars 5.30 Total Rugby 6.00 PGA Grand Slam Of Golf 8.30 European Tour Golf 10.00 LIVE PGA Tour Golf 1.00am Golfing World 2.00 European Tour Golf 3.30 Close Melina Greenfield

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3.00pm Stargate Atlantis (x2) 5.00 Malcolm In The Middle 5.30 Futurama 6.00 Oops TV 6.30 The Simpsons 7.00 The Middle 7.30 The Simpsons 8.00 Modern Family 8.30 The Simpsons 9.00 An Idiot Abroad 10.00 A League Of Their Own (x2) 11.00 NCIS: LA 12.00am FILM: Deadly Suspicion (2008)

7.00pm Top Gear 8.00 Are You Fitter Than A Pensioner? 9.00 Little Britain Abroad (x2) 10.00 EastEnders 10.30 Russell Howard’s Good News 11.05 Family Guy (x2) 11.55 Are You Fitter Than A Pensioner? 12.55am Little Britain Abroad (x2) 1.55 Russell Howard’s Good News

7.00pm World News Today 7.30 Seven Ages Of Britain 8.30 In Search Of Medieval Britain 9.00 Edgar Allan Poe: Love, Death And Women 10.00 Michael Wood’s Story Of England 11.00 A History Of Horror With Mark Gatiss 12.00am FILM: Brides Of Dracula (1960) 1.25 Edgar Allan Poe: Love, Death And Women

1.30pm The Jeremy Kyle Show (x2) 3.40 Loose Women 4.40 Sally Jessy Raphael 5.30 Judge Judy (x3) 7.00 The Cube 8.00 The Vampire Diaries 9.00 What Katie Did Next 10.00 Celebrity Juice: N-Dubz Special 10.45 Coronation Street 11.20 FILM: American Pie 2 (2001) 1.15am Emmerdale (x2)

1.05pm Heartbeat 2.05 Monarch Of The Glen 3.10 Dr Quinn, Medicine Woman 4.10 Daily Cooks Challenge 5.15 Rising Damp 5.50 Heartbeat 6.50 Monarch Of The Glen 8.00 Monk 9.00 Ladies Of Letters 9.30 Rising Damp 10.00 FILM: The Witches Of Eastwick (1987) 12.20am Inspector Morse

3.05 Gilmore Girls 4.00 Accidentally On Purpose 4.25 Friends (x3) 6.00 Scrubs (x2) 7.00 Hollyoaks 7.30 Friends (x3) 9.00 The Big Bang Theory 9.30 How I Met Your Mother 10.00 Phoneshop 10.35 The Inbetweeners 11.05 School Of Comedy 11.40 Misfits (See highlights) 12.45am Scrubs (x2)

2.50pm Coach Trip 3.20 Location, Location, Location (x2) 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 Bed 9.00 Help! My House Is Falling Down 10.00 Without A Trace (x2) 12.00am Help! My House Is Falling Down 1.05 Without A Trace (x2)

11.00am I Am Cuba (1964) 1.45pm Sea Wife (1957) 3.25 Boomerang (1947) 5.10 Death Drums Along The River (1963) 6.50 The Family Stone (2005) 8.50 The Social Network Special 9.00 The Insider (1999) 12.05am Dance With A Stranger (1985) 2.00 The Hole (2001) 4.00 Close

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friday 22 The Big Silence BBC2, 7pm Abbot Christopher Jamison, a Benedictine monk, believes that he can teach five ordinary people the value of silent meditation, as practised by monks in monasteries. He sets up a threemonth experiment to test out whether the ancient Christian tradition of silence can become part of modern lives. Ssshh!

The Rob Brydon Show BBC2, 10pm To celebrate his 100th birthday, Sir Brydon is in a nostalgic mood, as he looks back to his very first TV series, way back in 2010. He reminisces about his experiences with almost forgotten stars, like Stephen Fry, David Walliams, Terry Wogan, Ronnie Corbett and James Corden. Looking good for his old age, Robbo.

Scrubs E4, 7pm Elliot enjoys spending the extra money from her new private practice gig, and at first JD enjoys the spoils. When his jealousy surfaces, however, he loses his 60-inch plasma TV privileges. Dr Cox, hiding from Jordan, bunks with the janitor in one of the hospital’s luxury suites. What about the patients?! Tsk.

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6.00am – 9.05 Children’s television 9.05 Buzz And Tell 9.10 Tinga Tinga Tales 9.25 The Large Family 9.35 Toddworld 9.50 Pingu 10.00 Waybuloo 10.20 Clifford The Big Red Dog 10.30 Pablo The Little Red Fox 10.35 3rd And Bird 10.50 Wibbly Pig 11.00 In The Night Garden 11.30 Animal Park 12.00pm The Daily Politics 12.30 GMT With George Alagiah 1.00 Gymnastics: World Championships 3.00 Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is 3.45 Flog It! 4.30 Pointless 5.15 Escape To The Country 6.00 Eggheads Come out of your coop and answer some questions. 6.30 Strictly Come Dancing – It Takes Two Claudia Winkleman presents all the backstage gossip and behind-the-scenes action. 7.00 The Big Silence See highlights. 8.00 Mastermind The subjects are: The Life and Films of Marlon Brando, The History of the Tour De France, The Life and Works of Ralph Reader and 20C American Presidents. 8.30 Gardeners’ World Toby Buckland, refusing to be beaten by the cold, has ideas of crops to plant now to really eke out the veg patch over the winter months. He’s also cashing in on autumn being the perfect time to plant fruit by bulking up the garden with varieties evocative of warm, sunny holiday destinations – grapes and figs. 9.00 A Life Without Work The first of two programmes looking at unemployment over the century. 10.00 The Rob Brydon Show See highlights. 10.30 Newsnight 11.00 The Review Show Round table arts and culture discussion. 11.50 Later With Jools Holland Repeat. 12.50am FILM: Wishful Thinking (1997) Comedy.

6.00am Daybreak 8.30 Lorraine 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 60 Minute Makeover 3.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal 4.00 Midsomer Murders 5.00 The Alan Titchmarsh Show

6.10am Sali Mali 6.15 Planet Cook 6.35 Yo Gabba Gabba 7.00 Freshly Squeezed 7.30 Everybody Loves Raymond 7.55 Everybody Loves Raymond 8.25 Frasier 8.55 Friends 9.25 Coach Trip 9.55 Coach Trip 10.25 Coach Trip 10.55 Coach Trip 11.30 Coach Trip 12.00pm Channel 4 News Summary 12.05 A Place In The Sun: Home Or USA? 1.10 FILM: Seven Days To Noon (1950) 2.55 Wogan’s Perfect Recall 3.25 Countdown 4.10 Deal Or No Deal 5.00 Come Dine With Me 5.30 Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals 6.00 The Simpsons Santa’s Little Helper’s destructive habits have Homer at the end of his tether. 6.30 Hollyoaks Jem and Liam’s lunch date is interrupted by Jasmine, Bart, Seth and Riley. 7.00 Channel 4 News 7.25 4thought.tv Religious and ethical issues. 7.30 Unreported World Foreign affairs documentary series. 8.00 Come Dine With Me: Soap Star Special Soap star special of the reality series, featuring Coronation Street’s Brian Capron, Hollyoaks actor James Redmond and Emmerdale’s Lorraine Chase and Adele Silva. 9.00 The Event In the series opener, Sean Walker stumbles into a national cover-up when girlfriend Leila goes missing. 10.00 The Event Following the plane crash, President Martinez’s staff mull over their response. 11.00 The Inbetweeners Will organises one last camping trip to the countryside before the gang go their separate ways. 11.35 FILM: Saw III (2006) Starring Tobin Bell, Shawnee Smith and Bahar Soomekh. Horror sequel. 1.40am MUSIC ON 4: On Track With Seat Music series. 1.50 Studio 60 On The Sunset Strip 2.35 ER 3.25 Amelia And Michael 3.35 This Week’s 4Music Top 20 5.25 Countdown

6.00am – 8.25 Children’s television 8.25 Peppa Pig 8.35 Thomas & Friends 8.45 Igam Ogam 8.57 The Milky And Shake Show 9.00 Big School 9.05 Bert And Ernie’s Great Adventures 9.15 The Wright Stuff 10.45 Trisha Goddard 11.40 House 12.35pm Five News 12.40 Meals In Moments 12.50 Warship 1.45 Neighbours 2.15 Home And Away 2.50 Meals In Moments 3.00 FILM: Haven (2001) 5.00 Five News 5.30 Neighbours

6.00am Good Morning Sports Fans 9.00 Ringside 10.00 The Rugby Club 11.00 Premier League World 11.30 Spirit Of Yachting 12.00pm Ringside 1.00 The Rugby Club 2.00 Premier League World 2.30 Futbol Mundial 3.00 Trans World Sport 4.00 Ringside 5.00 Premier League World 5.30 Football League Weekend 6.30 Premier League Preview 7.00 Sky Sports News 7.30 LIVE Football League: Championship 10.00 Take It Like A Fan 10.30 Premier League Preview 11.00 Football League Weekend 12.00am International Rugby League 12.30 Take It Like A Fan 1.00 Football League Weekend 2.00 International Rugby League 2.30 Take It Like A Fan 3.00 World Sport 3.30 Football League Weekend 4.30 International Rugby League 5.00 Take It Like A Fan 5.30 World Sport

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 Real Rescues Nick Knowles presents a rare and challenging rescue for the animal rescue specialists. A bottlenose whale is dangerously off course, and the rescuers have only a few hours to save its life. 8.00 EastEnders Bianca’s attempts to support Carol result in a devastating outburst. Will Janine and Stacey come between Ryan and his daughter? 8.30 QI With Andy Hamilton, Rich Hall, Phill Jupitus and Alan Davies. 9.00 New Tricks Drama featuring an eccentric group of ex-police officers. 10.00 BBC News At Ten 10.25 South East Today 10.35 The Graham Norton Show Among Graham’s guests on the first programme is Charlotte Church. 11.20 The National Lottery Draws Presented by OJ Borg. 11.30 MOBO Awards 2010 Reggie Yates and Alesha Dixon present highlights from the 2010 MOBO Awards, with special backstage reporters N-Dubz. 12.30am FILM: Trespass (1992) Action thriller. 2.05 Weatherview 2.10 Sign Zone: Gareth Malone’s Extraordinary School For Boys 3.10 BBC News 5.00 Formula 1: The Korean Grand Prix

6.00 Meridian Tonight 6.30 ITV News & Weather 7.00 Emmerdale Rhona is embarrassed when she wakes up with Paddy. Jai has a proposition for Charity. 7.30 Coronation Street Tina is left confused when David collapses in court. Kylie disappears with the money she has stolen – leaving Max behind. 8.00 Cheetah Kingdom There is an emergency at the clinic when Dave suspects that injured cheetah cub Quattro may have irreparably damaged his broken leg. 8.30 Coronation Street Gail is worried sick as David discovers the cause of his blackouts. Becky learns the truth about Kylie’s misdemeanours. An angry Chris learns that Lloyd has warned Maria about him. 9.00 Paul O’Grady Live Paul chats to writer and film star Simon Pegg and American singing sensation Taylor Swift. 10.00 ITV News At Ten & Weather 10.35 FILM: Miami Vice (2006) Starring Colin Farrell, Jamie Foxx, Li Gong, Naomie Harris and Ciaran Hinds. Glossy update of the 1980s crime series. 12.55am The Zone Including QVC and Challenge Jackpot. 2.55 FILM: A Mighty Wind (2003) 4.25 ITV Nightscreen 5.30 ITV Morning News

6.00 Home And Away Penn is angry with Alf about something from his past, but the exact reason remains a mystery. 6.25 Live From Studio Five Magazine show. 7.00 Five News At 7 7.30 Fifth Gear Tiff offers a unique behind-the-scenes glimpse of the final British Touring Car Championship race of the year as Jason attempts to clinch the title. 8.00 Eddie Stobart: Trucks And Trailers A lorry driver takes on the company train in a race, while a novice trucker faces up to a challenge of her own. 9.00 The Mentalist Jane finds himself once again drawn into the murky world of homicide investigation when his estranged brother-in-law visits town. 10.00 Law And Order: Special Victims Unit Fin takes the lead when a friend of his son is raped. 11.00 CSI: Miami A drug lord is gunned down at his mansion and a suspect is arrested at the scene. 11.55 Cops In Crisis Documentary series. 12.10am SuperCasino Visit www.SuperCasino.com. 4.05 Motorsport Mundial 4.30 Great Scientists 4.55 Rough Guide To Bang For Your Buck 5.10 Michaela’s Wild Challenge (x2)

Sky Sports 2 6.00am Aerobics 6.30 Urban Ride 7.00 WWE: Raw 9.00 TBA 9.30 Spirit Of Yachting 10.00 Race World 11.00 Aerobics 11.30 Racing News 12.00pm Trans World Sport 1.00 Race World 2.00 Formula Kart Stars 2.30 TBA 3.00 WWE: Raw 5.00 NFL - Total Access 6.00 World Sport 6.30 International Rugby League 7.00 LIVE Ice Hockey 10.00 Tight Lines 11.00 NFL - Total Access 12.00am Ice Hockey 3.00 Spirit Of Yachting 3.30 NFL - Total Access 4.30 European Tour Golf

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12.00pm The Biggest Loser USA 1.00 Project Runway 2.00 Bones 3.00 Stargate Atlantis (x2) 5.00 WWE Superstars 6.00 Oops TV 6.30 The Simpsons (x2) 7.30 The Middle 8.00 Oops TV 9.00 House 10.00 Thorne: Sleepyhead 11.00 Stargate Universe 12.00am Football’s Greatest 12.30 Road Wars (x2)

7.00pm LIVE: Gymnastics: World Championships Women’s All-Round 9.00 Russell Howard’s Good News 9.30 Coming Of Age 10.00 EastEnders 10.30 Don’t Tell The Bride 11.30 Family Guy (x2) 12.15am Russell Howard’s Good News 12.45 Coming Of Age 1.15 Are You Fitter Than A Pensioner?

7.00pm World News Today 7.30 Chopin 200th Anniversary Gala Concert 9.30 Singer-Songwriters At The BBC 10.30 David Gray, KT Tunstall, Ray LaMontagne: Songwriters’ Circle 11.40 The Man Who Recorded America: Jac Holzman’s Elektra Records 12.30am Chopin 200th Anniversary Gala Concert

12.00pm Coronation Street 12.30 Emmerdale 1.00 Emmerdale 1.30 The Jeremy Kyle Show (x2) 3.40 Loose Women 4.40 Judge Judy (x2) 5.30 The X Factor 8.00 The X Factor 9.00 The Only Way Is Essex (x2) 10.00 FILM: Bridget Jones’s Diary (2001) 12.05am Coronation Street (x2) 1.05 What Katie Did Next

11.00am Inspector Morse 1.05pm Heartbeat 2.05 Monarch Of The Glen 3.10 Dr Quinn, Medicine Woman 4.10 Daily Cooks Challenge 5.15 Rising Damp 5.45 Heartbeat 6.50 Monarch Of The Glen 8.00 Pie In The Sky 9.00 A Touch Of Frost 11.10 FILM: Inside I’m Dancing (2004) 1.05am Inspector Morse

1.05 Scrubs (x2) 2.05 Friends 2.35 Hollyoaks 3.05 Gilmore Girls 4.00 Accidentally On Purpose 4.30 Friends (x3) 6.00 Scrubs (x2) 7.00 Scrubs (see highlights) 7.30 Friends (x3) 9.00 How To Look Good Naked 10.00 Wife Swap 11.05 Desperate Housewives 12.05am Scrubs (x2) 1.05 How To Look Good Naked

2.20pm Come Dine With Me 2.50 Coach Trip 3.20 Location, Location, Location 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 Missing: Claudia Lawrence 9.00 FILM: Saving Private Ryan (1998) 12.10am Heroes Of Comedy

11.00am Flight Of The Phoenix (1966) 1.45pm The Tall Men (1955) 4.05 Doctor Dolittle (1967) 6.55 Never Been Kissed (1999) 9.00 East Is East (1999) 11.00 Cronos (1992) 12.50am One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest (1975) 3.25 The Social Network Special 3.35 Close

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saturday 23 Merlin BBC1, 7.45pm Darn those pixies, always after the power! To be fair, Miriam Margolyes makes a pretty slick pixie with all those horns on her face and seems to be having a whale of a time plotting to overthrow Camelot whilst leering after Gaius. Great imagery. Plus, Arthur runs up against an arranged marriage. His.

The X Factor ITV1, 7.45pm ‘S time to sing for your supper young wannabes! And you older ones, too. Dermot O’Leary ushers the poor mites through the trauma of the judges’ comments after they’ve finished with the wild adrenalin rush of performing this week’s song. Simon, Dannii, Cheryl and Louis all look fiercely on for their own acts. Grr.

Ugly Betty E4, 6.30pm So! Marc’s now Daniel’s personal assistant, leaving Wilhelmina to her own devices and plotting. But do old habits die hard? Daniel’s beginning to get a little suspicious of Marc’s actions. Hmm. Elsewhere, Betty is having the worst week of her life, ever. Even her new hobby is causing problems at work! Tsk. Tsk.

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6.00 – 8.00am Children’s television 8.00 M.I. High 8.30 Mission: 2110 9.00 Live ‘n’ Deadly 10.00 Little Howard’s Big Question 10.25 Sam And Mark’s Guide To Dodging Disaster 10.30 Richard Hammond’s Blast Lab 11.00 ROY 11.30 The Big Performance 12.00pm The Cut 12.25 The Season 12.55 The Season 1.25 The 5.19 Show 1.45 Revealed 2.00 FILM: The Long Ships (1964) 4.00 Escape To The Country 5.00 Match Of The Day Live

6.00am The Fluffy Club 7.25 Toonatik 9.25 The New Worst Witch 9.50 Planet Sketch 10.00 Columbo: Fade In To Murder 11.30 This Morning: Saturday 12.30pm ITV News & Weather 12.40 Best Ever Worst Auditions 2 1.40 FILM: Babe (1995) 3.25 FILM: Goldfinger (1964) 5.20 Meridian News And Weather 5.30 Regional News And Weather 5.45 ITV News & Weather

6.10am Planet Cook 6.30 Yo Gabba Gabba 7.00 World Sport 7.25 Avon Tyres British GT Championship 7.55 The Morning Line 8.50 One Tree Hill 9.45 Ugly Betty 10.45 The Hollyoaks Music Show Playlist With Matalan.co.uk 11.15 Lily Allen: Real Stories 12.15pm Friends 12.45 Scrubs 1.15 That Paralympic Show 1.50 Channel 4 Racing 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 – 8.00am Children’s television 8.00 Mist: Sheepdog Tales 8.10 Little Princess 8.25 The Adventures Of Bottle Top Bill And His Best Friend Corky 8.45 Hana’s Helpline 9.00 Olivia 9.15 The Mr. Men Show 9.30 George Shrinks 10.00 Europa League Football Highlights 11.05 The Gadget Show 12.05pm Rory And Paddy’s Even Greater British Adventure 1.05 FILM: Captain Horatio Hornblower (1951) 3.20 FILM: Fools’ Parade (1971) 5.10 FILM: Where Eagles Dare (1969)

6.00am Aerobics: Oz Style 6.30 FIFA Futbol Mundial 7.00 International Rugby League 7.30 LIVE: New Zealand Rugby Union 10.00 Ringside 11.00 LIVE International Rugby League 12.30pm LIVE European Tour Golf 4.30 Football’s Greatest 5.00 LIVE Premiership Rugby Union 7.30 International Rugby League 9.00 LIVE Saturday Fight Night 11.00 Premiership Rugby Union 12.00am International Rugby League 1.30 Spanish Football 3.00 Saturday Fight Night 5.00 Premiership Rugby Union

6.00 Strictly Come Dancing Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly host the celebrity dance contest, as the 12 remaining couples perform live with either a Charleston or a tango. Makes you want to get up off the sofa and have a go yourself. Tomorrow. 7.45 Merlin See highlights. 8.30 The National Lottery Saturday Night Draws The National Lottery draws including Thunderball, Dream Number and Lotto, presented by John Partridge. 8.45 Casualty Medical drama series. Charlie experiences a terrible day as he struggles to balance his work and personal responsibilities. Ruth is determined to prove herself, but at what cost? £4.51. Make your own guestimate, but that’s ours. 9.35 BBC News. 10.00 Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow The series concludes with a trip to the Leeds Grand Theatre, where Michael introduces sets from Jack Whitehall, Andi Osho and Sean Collins. The ever-popular Ardal O’Hanlon, star of Father Ted and My Hero, closes the show. Did you see him in the Comedy Festival? 10.30 Match Of The Day Gary Lineker presents highlights from the Premier League. 11.50 The Football League Show Highlights and analysis from the Football League. 1.10am Weatherview 1.15 News

7.25 Coast Neil Oliver becomes a silent movie director as he films using an antique camera, to reveal how pioneers in Brighton taught the world to make movies long before Hollywood shot a frame. Pioneers! 7.45 Dad’s Army Wartime sitcom. There’s trouble in the ranks of the Home Guard when the bravery of the gentle and well-mannered Private Godfrey is called into question. 8.15 Renaissance Revolution Renaissance Revolution. 9.15 QI XL Stephen Fry asks unanswerable questions about happiness, with Andy Hamilton, Rich Hall, Phill Jupitus and Alan Davies. 10.00 Have I Got A Bit More News For You Extended version of the news quiz with Paul Merton and Ian Hislop, and guest panellists Reginald D Hunter and Janet Street-Porter. 10.45 The Rob Brydon Show Repeat of Friday’s show. 11.15 FILM: Sin City (2005) Starring Bruce Willis, Mickey Rourke, Clive Owen, Jessica Alba, Benicio Del Toro, Josh Hartnett, Michael Madsen, Elijah Wood, Brittany Murphy, Rutger Hauer and Powers Booth. A strikingly faithful adaptation of Frank Miller’s graphic novel that deploys an all-star cast to exploit its seedy film noir setting and hard-boiled detective plot to brutal cinematic effect. 1.10am FILM: Nemesis (2002) 5.45 Rugby League: Four Nations

6.00 All Star Family Fortunes Vernon Kay hosts the classic game show. In this edition, comedian and entertainer Bobby Davro faces off against model and rock chick Jo Wood playing for char-idee, mate. 6.45 All New You’ve Been Framed! Harry Hill presents more footage filmed by viewers on their camcorders and mobile phones. 7.15 Harry Hill’s TV Burp The bigcollared comedian romps through the week’s funniest TV, leaving a trail of gags, clips and skits in his wake. As ever, the top soaps, dramas, documentaries and reality shows are ripe for a cheeky ribbing. 7.45 The X Factor See highlights. 10.00 Piers Morgan’s Life Stories: Cheryl Cole Piers Morgan talks to pop star and X Factor judge Cheryl Cole. In an exclusive and candid interview, Cheryl speaks for the first time about her split from Ashley Cole and her battle with malaria. 11.00 ITV News & Weather 11.15 An Audience With Michael Buble Michael Buble hosts a very special show in which he performs some of his best-loved songs. Michael is joined by a star-studded audience including Paul O’Grady, Dermot O’Leary and Holly Willoughby. 12.30am The Zone 2.30 Sons & Daughters 2.55 FILM: Elvis: The Early Years (2005) 4.20 ITV Nightscreen 5.30 ITV Morning News

6.00 Come Dine With Me The final day of the competition sees would-be professional chef Stuart attempting to impress his guests. 6.30 Channel 4 News 6.55 4thought.tv 7.00 My Family’s Crazy Gap Year Observational series. Gary Fisher tries to achieve his dream of buying a yacht and sailing to the US with his wife and twin toddlers. Cripes! 8.00 The Real Vikings: A Time Team Special Tony Robinson, Mick Aston and Phil Harding follow digs around the UK that provide fascinating insights into our Viking past. Feeling pillagey? 9.00 The Pillars Of The Earth A lavish historical drama series set in 12th-century England where the death of King Henry I prompts a battle for the throne between his daughter, his nephew, and his illegitimate son. Good old fierce brutal royal ancestors. Grr. 10.15 FILM: No Country For Old Men (2007) Starring Josh Brolin, Tommy Lee Jones, Javier Bardem. Oscar-winning drama. A hunter stumbles upon a failed drug deal in the countryside and, with all the protagonists dead, decides to take off with the loot left at the scene. 12.30am Dhrupad 1.50 Studio 60 On The Sunset Strip 2.35 FILM: Call Me: The Rise And Fall Of Heidi Fleiss (2004) 4.05 The OC 5.30 Countdown

7.55 Five News 8.00 The Mentalist Repeat of Friday’s show. 9.00 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Drama series about a team of forensic investigators in Las Vegas. Grissom and his colleagues must investigate the deaths of several witnesses for a grand jury case against a dangerous gang. 10.00 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Drama series. The CSIs are shocked when forensic evidence links the death of a 14-yearold boy to a man who has been in prison for over two years. But does this mean the prisoner is innocent of all charges, or is something even stranger afoot? There’s always something strange afoot! 10.55 CSI: Miami Crime drama. A car-jacker turns up dead hours after CCTV footage of him committing a crime is aired on television. Vigilantes are not just good guys in smashing outfits. Don’t do it, kids. 11.55 Cops In Crisis Documentary series about people who have had to face extraordinary, dangerous and harrowing situations, from failed robberies to police shoot-outs. 12.15am SuperCasino 4.05 Fifth Gear 4.30 How To Take Stunning Pictures 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

Sky Sports 2 6.00am World Match Tour 7.00 Take It Like A Fan 7.30 Football League Weekend 8.30 UEFA Champions League Weekly 9.00 Barclays Premier League Preview 9.30 Take It Like A Fan 10.00 Soccer AM 12.00pm Football’s Greatest 12.30 LIVE Ford Football Special 3.00 International Rugby League 4.30 World Sport 5.00 LIVE Ford Football Special 7.30 You’re On Sky Sports 8.25 Football First: Game Of The Day 10.15 Football First: Match Choice (x4) 4.15 Spanish Football 5.45 Sky Sports Classics

Sky Sports 3 6.00am Sports Unlimited 7.00 World Sport 7.30 IEX Magazine 8.00 Powerboating 9.00 NFL – America’s Game 10.00 WWE Smackdown 12.00pm WWE The Bottom Line 1.00 New Zealand Rugby Union 3.30 IEX Magazine 4.00 Max Power 5.00 WWE Smackdown 7.00 WWE The Bottom Line 8.00 Football’s Greatest 8.30 European Tour Golf 10.00 LIVE PGA Tour Golf 1.00am European Tour Golf 2.30 International Rugby League 3.55 Football’s Greatest 4.25 LIVE International Cricket

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12.00pm Best Of Oops TV 1.00 Malcolm In The Middle (x2) 2.00 Project Runway 3.00 My Pet Shame 4.00 The Middle (x5) 6.30 The Simpsons (x3) 8.00 Too Young To Diet? 9.00 FILM: Gladiator (2000) 11.55 Fringe 12.55am Classic Albums 2.10 Ross Kemp: In Search Of Pirates 3.00 Road Wars

7.00pm Great Movie Mistakes (x2) 7.20 Top Gear Vietnam Special 8.40 FILM: Deep Impact (1997) 10.30 Russell Howard’s Good News Extra 11.15 Family Guy (x2) 12.00am American Dad! (x2) 12.45 Lip Service 1.45 Ideal (x4) 3.45 Ideal Outtakes 4.15 Russell Howard’s Good News Extra 5.30 Close

7.00pm Life 8.00 Michael Wood’s Story Of England 9.00 Wallander 10.25 Mad Men 11.15 The First Men On The Moon 12.45am HG Wells: War With The World 2.15 A History Of The World: Towton 1461 2.45 The First Men On The Moon 5.30 Close

2.10pm ITV At The Movies 2.40 71 Degrees North 3.40 The Xtra Factor 4.55 Harry Hill’s TV Burp 5.25 FILM: Arthur 2: On The Rocks (1988) 7.45 My Child Won’t Eat 8.45 Fiddles, Cheats & Scams 9.45 Ed Westwick: The Hot Desk 10.00 The Xtra Factor 11.15 Celebrity Juice: N-Dubz Special 12.00am What Katie Did Next

11.35am FILM: The Towering Inferno (1974) 2.45pm Wycliffe 3.55 Pie In The Sky 5.00 Monk 5.55 Agatha Christie’s Marple 8.00 Agatha Christie’s Poirot 9.00 Wire In The Blood 11.00 Cracker 12.00am Swingtown 1.00 Agatha Christie’s Poirot 1.55 On The Buses 2.20 Drama Trails

1.25pm Hollyoaks Omnibus 4.00 Make It Or Break It 5.00 Friends (x3) 6.30 Ugly Betty. See highlights. 7.30 The Big Bang Theory 8.00 How I Met Your Mother 8.30 Friends (x3) 10.00 My Funniest Year: 2000 12.10am Wife Swap USA 1.05 How To Look Good Naked 2.00 Make It Or Break It

9.00am A Place In The Sun 9.30 Time Team (x4) 1.35 FILM: The Bridge On The River Kwai (1957) 4.45 Grand Designs (x4) 10.15 Hitler’s Stealth Fighter 11.20 FILM: The Bridge On The River Kwai (1957) 2.25am Hitler’s Stealth Fighter 3.30 Close

11.00am A Letter To Three Wives (1949) 1.00pm Anna And The King (1999) 3.45 The Mark Of Zorro (1974) 5.15 Singin’ In The Rain (1952) 7.20 Hot Shots! (1991) 9.00 Sleepy Hollow (1999) 11.00 The Devil’s Backbone (2001) 1.10am Terminal Velocity (1994) 3.15 The Social Network Special 3.25 Close

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sunday 24 Antiques Roadshow BBC1, 8pm Fiona Bruce and the clever crew are at Brighton College – woop! That means you might see people you know on the telly! Plus there’s the usual treasures and hidden gems, including a valuable cup and saucer bought at a boot sale, a picture of a pig by a famous artist, and something found in Agatha Christie’s safe.

Downton Abbey ITV1, 9pm Julian Fellowes’ lavish period drama continues with the busy happenings of the upstairs and downstairs people. Daisy is unable to get over what she witnessed the night of Panuk’s death. Elsewhere, a valuable snuff box has gone missing and Anna realises that Thomas and O’Brien are involved. Oh dear.

Film: The Witchfinder General BBC4, 10pm You may have seen mention of this 1968 Vincent Price horror classic in A History Of Horror With Mark Gatiss this week. If not, then just enjoy the chills and nasties without the historical context as Price travels Cromwell’s England extracting witch confessions for a fee.

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8.00am Match Of The Day 9.00 Deadly 60 9.30 Gastronuts 10.00 Something For The Weekend 11.30 Flog It! 12.00pm EastEnders 2.00 Gymnastics: World Championships 5.00 Escape To The Country

6.00am The Fluffy Club 7.25 Toonatik 9.25 The X Factor 11.40 This Morning: Sunday 12.25pm ITV News & Weather 12.30 FA Cup 1st Round Draw 1.00 Coronation Street Omnibus 3.20 Midsomer Murders 4.55 Downton Abbey

6.15am Planet Cook 6.35 Yo Gabba Gabba 7.00 Rat Race Stockton 7.30 GT Academy 8.25 Friends 8.50 The Wanted: Revealed! 9.30 Hollyoaks Omnibus 12.00pm Ugly Betty 1.00 The Simpsons 1.35 The Simpsons 2.05 Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals 2.40 Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals 3.10 Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals 3.40 Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals 4.15 Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals 4.45 Deal Or No Deal 5.35 Time Team 6.30 Channel 4 News 6.55 4thought.tv 7.00 The Genius Of British Art Art history series on how British art has shaped the way the country sees itself. Historian Roy Strong looks at how domestic landscape art has reflected visions of England on the cusp of change. 8.00 Undercover Boss USA The chief operating officer of a waste management company has his eyes opened during a spell incognito. 9.00 The Secret Millionaire Karate expert Richard North, owner and director of a multi-million pound toy company, spends time on a Cardiff council estate in the guise of a martial arts instructor, with a view to sharing some of his riches. 10.00 Desperate Housewives Quirky comedy drama series. Gabrielle dashes to the hospital after her daughter Juanita is in an accident that involves a fellow Wisteria Lane resident. Bree fires Keith without warning and Lynette becomes concerned that Renee may be trying to sabotage her marriage. It’s never a quiet suburban life. 10.55 Seven Days Documentary soap about the lives of some of Notting Hill’s colourful characters. 12.00am The Real Housewives Of New Jersey 1.00 American Football Live 4.45 GT Academy 5.10 Countdown 5.55 Sali Mali

6.00 – 8.00am Children’s television 8.00 Mist: Sheepdog Tales 8.10 Little Princess 8.25 The Adventures Of Bottle Top Bill And His Best Friend Corky 8.40 Hana’s Helpline 9.00 Olivia 9.15 The Mr. Men Show 9.30 George Shrinks 10.00 How To Take Stunning Pictures 10.30 BUPA Great South Run 2010 12.15pm Eddie Stobart: Trucks And Trailers 1.15 Cowboy Builders 2.15 FILM: Indian Uprising (1951) 3.45 FILM: Uptown Girls (2003) 5.35 FILM: Surf’s Up (2007)

6.00am Aerobics: Oz Style 6.30 Football First: Match Choice (x2) 9.30 Sunday Supplement 11.00 Goals On Sunday 1.00pm LIVE Ford Super Sunday (x2) 6.30 Super Sunday: The Last Word 7.00 LIVE Spanish Football (x2) 10.00 Ford Football Special 11.30 Super Sunday: The Last Word 12.00am Scottish Premier League 12.30 Spanish Football 2.30 Ford Football Special 4.00 Spanish Football

6.05 BBC News 6.20 South East Today 6.30 Countryfile Adam Henson visits a farm in the United States with a dairy herd of thirty-two thousand cows to ask whether the UK should adopt the same intensive methods. 7.30 Strictly Come Dancing Results Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman throw open the doors to another Results show. The couple with the lowest combined votes from the judges and public will be the next to leave the competition and then only 11 couples will remain. When the dust settles which couples will be left standing and who will have left? 8.00 Antiques Roadshow See highlights. 9.00 Single Father Relationship drama. What exactly did Evie see when she caught Dave and Sarah in bed, and will she tell anyone? Dave has to take Lucy to meet her real father, and Sarah gives Dave an ultimatum that forces him to confront his greatest fear. 10.00 BBC News 10.15 South East Today 10.25 The Apprentice Repeat of Wednesday’s show. 11.25 Spooks Repeat of Monday’s episode. 12.25am Weatherview 12.30 Sign Zone: Mountain Gorilla 1.30 Holby City 2.25 Secret Britain 3.25 News

6.00 FILM: The Four Feathers (2002) Starring Wes Bentley, Heath Ledger, Kate Hudson, Djimon Hounsou, Michael Sheen and Angela Douglas. The war time story of family, pride, honour and running away from stuff. Obviously relevent to most households with more than one generation in them. 8.00 Attenborough’s Journey Attenborough’s Journey. Probably David, although Richard’s been to a lot of places too. 9.00 Dragons’ Den: What Happened Next Who’s feeling smug about letting the cameras follow them and who realises it wasn’t necessarily the wisest move? 10.00 Match Of The Day 2 Colin Murray presents highlights of the day’s Premier League matches, including an intriguing match at Eastlands where Manchester City welcome title rivals Arsenal. City won this fixture 4-2 last season but the match made the headlines for all the wrong reasons when City striker Emmanuel Adebayor – signed from Arsenal – incensed some of the Gunners fans by running the length of the pitch to celebrate his goal. 11.10 Never Mind The Buzzcocks Never Mind the Buzzcocks. 11.40 Genius With Dave Gorman Repeat of Monday’s show. 12.10am FILM: Extraordinary Rendition (2007) 1.25 BBC News

6.00 Meridian News; Weather 6.15 ITV News; Weather 6.30 Harry Hill’s TV Burp Repeat of Saturday’s show. 7.00 The Cube Phillip Schofield hosts another edition of the tense game show. Hopeful contestant Simon has an award for bravery, but is he tough enough to go all the way in the Cube? Oooh! The tension! 8.00 The X Factor Dermot O’Leary reveals the result of the latest public vote. The contestants with the fewest votes must perform again in the singoff before judges Simon Cowell, Dannii Minogue, Cheryl Cole and Louis Walsh decide who is going home. You know they don’t deserve to be in the bottom two. You know who should go. Should’ve voted. Nah. 9.00 Downton Abbey See highlights. 10.05 ITV News; Weather 10.15 Whitechapel The atmospheric three-part crime drama set in London’s East End continues. Miles learns that a criminal called Billy Bunhill has been shot inside another Kray haunt, The Blind Beggar pub. Repeat of Monday’s episode. 11.15 Piers Morgan’s Life Stories: Cheryl Cole Repeat of Saturday’s show. 12.15am Rugby Highlights: Aviva Premiership 1.00 The Zone 2.30 Motorsport UK 3.30 ITV Nightscreen 5.30 ITV Morning News

7.15 Five News 7.20 FILM: Ace Ventura: Pet Detective (1994) Starring Jim Carrey, Courteney Cox, Sean Young. Comedy about an unconventional sleuth’s attempts to find a football team’s stolen mascot dolphin. The Miami Dolphins are aghast when their beloved Snowflake is abducted one week before the all-important Super Bowl, so they call in Ace Ventura. 9.00 FILM: Bad Santa (2003) Starring Billy Bob Thornton, Tony Cox, Lauren Graham, Brad Kelly and John Ritter. Black comedy about an alcoholic con man who robs department stores every Christmas Eve by working as a resident Santa Claus. However, his latest plan is complicated by an unlikely romance, the suspicions of a store security chief and an improbable friendship with a lonely eight-year-old boy. Sweet and nasty – but in a good way. 11.05 FILM: Buying The Cow (2002) Starring Ryan Reynolds, Jerry O’Connell, Bridgette Wilson and Alyssa Milano. Comedy in which a man hits the dating scene when his girlfriend gives him two months to decide whether or not he wants to marry her. Nice. 12.50am SuperCasino 4.05 Wildlife SOS (x2) 4.50 Rough Guide To Cities 5.00 Hana’s Helpline 5.10 The Milkshake! Show 5.35 Thomas & Friends 5.45 Roary The Racing Car

Sky Sports 2 6.00am World Sport 6.30 Saturday Fight Night 8.30 Live International Rugby League 10.00 Saturday Fight Night 12.00pm World Sport 12.30 LIVE European Tour Golf 4.30 World Sport 5.00 IEX Magazine 5.30 LIVE NFL 9.00 LIVE NFL 12.30am International Rugby League 2.00 Close

Sky Sports 3 6.00am LIVE International Cricket 12.30pm IEX Magazine 1.00 International Rugby League 2.30 Wild Spirits 3.00 Saturday Fight Night 4.30 Wild Spirits 5.00 This Week In WWE 5.30 WWE Experience 6.30 Saturday Fight Night 8.00 Scottish Premier League 8.30 European Tour Golf 10.00 LIVE PGA Tour Golf 1.00am European Tour Golf 2.30 Close

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2.30pm Emergency Animal Rescue 3.00 My Pet Shame 4.00 Futurama (x2) 5.00 The Simpsons (x2) 6.00 The Middle (x2) 7.00 Prince William’s Africa 8.00 The Simpsons 8.30 Modern Family 9.00 Thorne: Sleepyhead 10.00 House 11.00 An Idiot Abroad 12.00am Inside: Prison Tactical 1.00 Law And Order

7.00pm Formula 1: The Korean Grand Prix 8.00 The World’s Strictest Parents 9.00 Gavin And Stacey 9.30 DOA 10.00 American Dad! (x2) 10.45 Family Guy (x2) 11.30 Gavin And Stacey 12.00am DOA 12.30 The World’s Strictest Parents 1.30 Are You Fitter Than A Pensioner? 2.30 Stacey Dooley Investigates

7.00pm Time To Remember 7.30 The Beauty Of Maps 8.00 Legends: Joan Sutherland - The Reluctant Prima Donna 9.00 Boys From The Blackstuff 10.00 FILM: The Witchfinder General (1968). See highlights. 11.25 Edgar Allan Poe: Love, Death And Women 12.25am The Man Who Recorded America

2.55pm All New You’ve Been Framed! 3.20 ITV At The Movies 3.50 FILM: Johnny English (2002) 5.35 FILM: The Mummy (1999) 8.00 The Vampire Diaries 9.00 The Xtra Factor 10.00 The Only Way Is Essex 10.30 Peter Andre: The Next Chapter 11.30 The Only Way Is Essex 12.00am Katy Brand Vs Shakira

12.00pm Agatha Christie’s Poirot 1.10 Kavanagh QC 2.50 FILM: Charade (1963) 5.10 The Darling Buds Of May 6.15 The Darling Buds Of May 7.20 Ladies Of Letters 7.55 Agatha Christie’s Poirot 9.00 FILM: Private Benjamin (1980) 11.20 Moll Flanders 12.25am Moll Flanders 1.20 Kavanagh QC

12.35pm Wife Swap USA 1.35 One Tree Hill 2.30 FILM: Ladyhawke (1985) 5.00 Friends (x2) 6.00 Glee 7.00 Life Unexpected 8.00 Friends (x2) 9.00 FILM: Crocodile Dundee II (1988) 11.10 David Blaine’s Street Magic 12.10am Skins 1.15 Skins 2.15 Wife Swap USA 3.10 Reno 911 3.30 Hollyoaks Omnibus

12.05pm Scrapheap Challenge (x2) 2.15 Coach Trip (x5) 5.20 Come Dine With Me (x5) 8.00 River Cottage 9.00 Ramsay’s Best Restaurant 10.00 Father Ted (x2) 11.05 Hung 11.40 Black Books 12.15am The IT Crowd 12.50 Curb Your Enthusiasm 1.25 Deal Or No Deal 2.10 River Cottage 3.05 Ramsay’s Best Restaurant

11.00am The Iron Petticoat (1956) 12.50pm The Social Network Special 1.00 Three Musketeers (1993) 3.05 Ride The High Country (1962) 4.55 On The Town (1949) 6.50 How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days (2003) 9.00 10 Things I Hate About You (1999) 11.00 Pan’s Labyrinth (2006) 1.15am The Actors (2002)

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monday 25 Whitechapel ITV1, 9pm The last episode in this gripping East End crime drama. It seems that with the body count rising and the twins free as the proverbial birds, Chandler and his team are forced to play the Krays at their own game. The pressure’s on, and Chandler needs to get his man before another death turns up.

Genius With Dave Gorman BBC2, 10pm You know those brilliant ideas you have in the pub, those fab inventions with your mates? These are the best of those. Dave Gorman is joined by Tim Minchin and Alexei Sayle as they explore the weird, the wonderful, the ridiculous and the downright stupid suggestions put to them by the great British public. Top.

A History Of Horror With Mark Gatiss BBC4, 9pm The final part in this delightful trilogy exploring the life of horror films, from silent phantoms to tonight’s most recent episode, concentrating on the American films of the 1960s and ‘70s. It’s the time of chainsaws and the living dead. More from George A Romero and John Carpenter.

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6.00am Breakfast 9.15 Animal 24/7 10.00 Homes Under The Hammer 11.00 Cowboy Trap 11.45 To Buy Or Not To Buy 12.15pm Bargain Hunt 1.00 BBC News At One 1.30 South East Today 1.45 Doctors 2.15 Land Girls 3.00 BBC News 3.05 Copycats 3.35 Big Babies 3.45 Bernard 3.50 Shaun The Sheep 4.00 Hotel Trubble 4.30 Blue Peter 4.55 Deadly 60 Bite Size 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 Inside Out Kaddy Lee-Preston discovers tropical treasure on a Sussex beach, and an Eastbourne artist explains why everyday objects are great works of art. 8.00 EastEnders Billie’s funeral has heartbreaking consequences as an isolated Carol struggles to cope with her grief. Bianca is horrified when old enemies return to the Square. Kat is thrilled when the Vic’s newest barmaid is revealed. 8.30 Panorama Vigorous investigation of a topical issue. 9.00 Spooks Drama series about the British Security Service. 10.00 BBC News 10.25 South East Today 10.35 Ask Rhod Gilbert Comedy entertainment panel show that sees Rhod Gilbert getting to grips with a series of burning questions posed by well-known personalities and members of the public. Regular panellists Greg Davies and Lloyd Langford are joined by two guests and guest ‘authenticator’. 11.20 The Graham Norton Show Repeat of Friday’s show. 12.05am Damages 12.45 Damages 1.30 Weatherview 1.35 Sign Zone: The Apprentice 2.35 The Great British Bake Off 3.35 Out Of The Frying Pan 4.35 BBC News

6.00 – 9.10am Chidlren’s television 9.10 Tinga Tinga Tales 9.25 The Large Family 9.40 Toddworld 9.50 Pingu 10.00 Waybuloo 10.20 Clifford The Big Red Dog 10.30 Pablo The Little Red Fox 10.35 3rd And Bird 10.50 Wibbly Pig 11.00 In The Night Garden 11.30 Animal Park 12.00pm The Daily Politics 12.30 GMT With George Alagiah 1.00 Due South 1.45 Film 2010 With Claudia Winkleman 2.15 Instant Restaurant 3.00 Diagnosis Murder 3.45 Flog It! 4.30 Pointless 5.15 The Hairy Bikers’ Cook Off 6.00 Eggheads Quiz show. 6.30 Strictly Come Dancing – It Takes Two Claudia Winkleman chats exclusively to the latest eliminated couple. Were those shoes too tight? 7.00 Michael Wood’s Story Of England Michael tells the story of one place – the village of Kibworth in Leicestershire – throughout the whole of English history. 8.00 University Challenge St Andrews fights it out with St John’s College, Cambridge. 8.30 Masterchef: The Professionals Michel Roux Jnr and Gregg Wallace are on the hunt for a young chef who wants to make it to the top of the culinary world. 9.00 Horizon: Miracle Cure? A Decade Of The Human Genome A decade ago, scientists announced that they had produced the first draft of the human genome. A decade later, Horizon finds out how close we are to developing the life-changing treatments that were hoped for. 10.00 Genius With Dave Gorman See highlights. 10.30 Newsnight 11.20 A Life Without Work A hundred years on from a ground breaking investigation into unemployment, Richard Bilton uncovers a story of one family’s journey from grinding poverty to success as a Hollywood actor. 12.20am BBC News 4.00 Ma France

6.00am Daybreak 8.30 Lorraine 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 60 Minute Makeover 3.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal 4.00 Midsomer Murders 5.00 The Alan Titchmarsh Show

6.00am The Treacle People 6.15 Planet Cook 6.35 Yo Gabba Gabba 7.00 Freshly Squeezed 7.30 Everybody Loves Raymond 7.55 Everybody Loves Raymond 8.25 Frasier 8.55 According To Jim 9.25 Coach Trip (x5) 12.00pm Channel 4 News Summary 12.05 A Place In The Sun: Home Or Away 1.00 FILM: Bad News Bears (1976) 2.55 Wogan’s Perfect Recall 3.25 Countdown 4.10 Deal Or No Deal: Trick Or Treat 5.00 Come Dine With Me 5.30 Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals

6.00 – 8.00am Children’s television 8.00 Fifi And The Flowertots 8.15 Peppa Pig 8.25 Peppa Pig 8.35 Thomas & Friends 8.45 Igam Ogam 9.00 Big School 9.05 Bert And Ernie’s Great Adventures 9.15 The Wright Stuff 10.45 Trisha Goddard 11.45 House 12.40pm Five News 12.50 Warship 1.45 Neighbours 2.15 Home And Away 2.50 Animal Rescue Squad 3.05 FILM: On Hostile Ground (2000) 5.00 Five News 5.30 Neighbours

6.00 Meridian Tonight 6.30 ITV New; Weather 7.00 Emmerdale It is Maisie’s turn to give evidence – but will she be able to help Ryan? 7.30 Coronation Street Becky is forced to pretend to be Kylie when a social worker comes knocking. . 8.00 Wild Britain With Ray Mears Ray heads to East Anglia to explore one of the UK’s least-known habitats – the Breckland. . 8.30 Coronation Street David breaks down as his illness and the court hearing take their toll. A furious Steve reminds Becky of the potential consequences of her lying. 9.00 Whitechapel See highlights. 10.00 ITV News At Ten; Weather 10.35 Real Crime: The Cat And Mouse Killer In Christmas 1998, 21-year-old mother of two Lynsey Wilson went missing without a trace. Her husband Mitchell Quy quickly became the prime suspect. 11.35 Greatest Cities Of The World With Griff Rhys Jones Griff Rhys Jones concludes his journey in Hong Kong, a city of contradictions where the ancient and modern collide and consumerism and spirituality live side by side. 12.35am The Zone 2.35 UEFA Champions League Weekly 3.05 The Jeremy Kyle Show 4.00 ITV Nightscreen 5.30 ITV Morning News

6.00 The Simpsons 6.30 Hollyoaks After a bad day at school and menacing jibes from Fern, Jasmine changes into Jason ready for a night out with Mark and the boys, unaware that Fern knows her big secret. 7.00 Channel 4 News 7.55 4thought.tv Short documentary. 8.00 Dispatches Flagship current affairs programme covering groundbreaking reports that often set the news agenda. 9.00 Titanic: The Mission In the final episode of the series, the engineers explore the safety features on board Titanic and the heroic efforts of the engine room staff who gave their lives in their desperate bid to help evacuate the sinking ship. 10.00 The Million Pound Drop Live Davina McCall returns to host a new series of the tense quiz show. Contestants are given their prize of a million pounds at the start of the show, and then get to possibly lose it. 11.10 Ramsay’s Best Restaurant La Garrigue, a bistro in Edinburgh, goes up against Winteringham Fields, a French restaurant near Hull. 12.10am MUSIC ON 4: On Track 12.30 Flaming Lips At Bestival 2010 12.45 Strummerville Sessions 1.00 Party Poker: Premier League Poker 1.55 FILM: Duvidha (1960) 3.20 ER 4.05 Afterworld 4.30 FILM: Thunderbirds Are Go!

6.00 Home And Away Liam gives Bianca an ultimatum – she must choose between him and Vittorio. 6.25 Live From Studio Five 7.00 Five News At 7 7.30 How Do They Do It? Robert Llewellyn examines the process of moving the 11,000-tonne Sedco 706 drilling platform 14,000km from Scotland to Singapore. Whoa! 8.00 The Gadget Show Pollyanna and Jason go up against each other in a thrilling drag race. Jon explains how to stay safe on the web. 9.00 Rory And Paddy’s Even Greater British Adventure The intrepid duo end their journey around Britain in the south western counties, where they partake in the strange pastime of Nurdling, build some impressive sand sculptures and try to land some monster fish. 10.00 Russell And Katy Get Married Light-hearted documentary examining the forthcoming marriage of comedian Russell Brand and singer Katy Perry. 11.00 FILM: Dangerous Minds (1995) Starring Michelle Pfeiffer, George Dzundza, Courtney B Vance. Drama about an inner-city school teacher who finds herself confronted by a class of rebellious students. 1.00am SuperCasino 4.05 House Doctor 4.25 Brian Sewell’s Grand Tour 5.05 The Family Recipe 5.10 Michaela’s Wild Challenge (x2)

6.00am Good Morning Sports Fans (x3) 9.00 Ford Football Special 10.30 Super Sunday: The Last Word 11.00 Spanish Football 12.30pm Scottish Premier League 1.00 Ford Football Special 2.30 Super Sunday: The Last Word 3.00 Spanish Football 5.00 Super Sunday: The Last Word 5.30 Soccer AM: The Best Bits 6.30 Netbusters 7.00 Sky Sports News 7.30 LIVE Football League: Championship 10.00 Netbusters 10.30 SPL Round-Up 11.00 A League Of Their Own 11.30 Barclays Premier League Preview 12.30am Soccer AM: The Best Bits 1.30 Football League: Championship 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 Urban Ride 7.00 WWE The Bottom Line 8.00 PGA Tour Golf 11.00 European Tour Golf 12.30pm Urban Ride 1.00 NFL 3.00 Saturday Fight Night 5.00 Wild Spirits 5.30 Extra Time 6.00 NFL 8.00 Boots ‘n’ All – International Tries 9.00 NASCAR 10.00 Spruce Meadows 11.00 Boots ‘n’ All – International Tries 12.00am UK Angling Championships 1.00 European Tour Golf 2.00 PGA Tour Golf 3.00 Shell’s Wonderful World Of Golf 4.30 PGA Tour Classic 5.30 Close

Sky Sports 3 6.00am Ice Hockey 9.00 International Rugby League (x2) 12.00pm WWE Afterburn 1.00 WWE Experience 2.00 WWE Vintage Collection 3.00 WWE Afterburn 4.00 WWE The Bottom Line 5.00 WWE Raw 7.00 WWE Smackdown 9.00 WWE Bragging Rights 12.00am WWE NXT 1.00 WWE Vintage Collection 2.00 LIVE WWE Late Night Raw 4.15 Close

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1.00pm Project Runway 2.00 Bones 3.00 Stargate Atlantis (x2) 5.00 Malcolm In The Middle 5.30 Futurama 6.00 Oops TV 6.30 The Simpsons (x2) 7.30 The Middle 8.00 Fat Families 9.00 Transvestite Wives 10.00 NCIS: LA 11.00 Bones 12.00am Law And Order 1.00 Road Wars (x2) 2.40 Street Wars

7.00pm Merlin 7.45 Doctor Who 8.30 Freak Like Me 9.00 The World’s Strictest Parents 10.00 EastEnders 10.30 My School Prom 11.30 Family Guy (x2) 12.15am The World’s Strictest Parents 1.15 Freak Like Me 1.45 I Can’t Stop Stealing 2.45 My School Prom 3.45 The Real Hustle On Holiday

7.00pm World News Today 7.30 Atom 8.30 Only Connect 9.00 A History Of Horror With Mark Gatiss 10.00 FILM: Dawn Of The Dead (1979) 12.20am A History Of Horror With Mark Gatiss. See higlights. 1.20 Chopin 200th Anniversary Gala Concert 3.20 Atom

5.30pm Judge Judy (x3) 7.00 All New You’ve Been Framed! 7.30 Harry Hill’s TV Burp 8.00 Peter Andre: The Next Chapter 9.00 Denise & Fearne’s Charity Trek For Breast Cancer 10.00 Hell’s Kitchen USA 11.00 Celebrity Juice: N-Dubz Special 11.45 Coronation Street (x2) 12.45am FILM: The Bodyguard (1992)

1.05pm Heartbeat 2.05 Monarch Of The Glen 3.10 Dr Quinn, Medicine Woman 4.10 Daily Cooks Challenge 5.15 Rising Damp 5.45 Heartbeat 6.50 Monarch Of The Glen 8.00 Jeeves And Wooster 9.00 John Sergeant On The Tourist Trail 10.00 Taggart 11.35 Wycliffe 12.40am Inspector Morse

12.10pm Veronica Mars 1.05 Scrubs (x2) 2.05 Friends 2.35 Hollyoaks 3.05 Gilmore Girls 4.00 Accidentally On Purpose 4.30 Friends (x3) 6.00 Scrubs (x2) 7.00 Friends (x3) 8.30 Hollyoaks 9.00 Hollyoaks Later 10.00 One Tree Hill 11.00 Phoneshop 11.35 Facejacker 12.10am Hollyoaks Later

2.15pm Come Dine With Me 2.45 Coach Trip 3.20 Location, Location, Location 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 Teen Undertaker 9.00 Grand Designs 10.05 The Hospital 11.05 Without A Trace 12.00am Grand Designs

11.00am Conspiracy Of Hearts (1959) 1.10pm Where The Sidewalk Ends (1950) 3.00 The Spanish Gardener (1956) 4.50 The Valley Of Gwangi (1969) 6.40 Ever After (1998) 9.00 Mr & Mrs Smith (2005) 11.15 The Magdalene Sisters (2002) 1.30am Little Red Flowers (2006) 3.30 Close

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