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Happily ever after The start of your own fairy tale begins with your dream wedding day

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he news of Hollywood A-listers Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively’s secret wedding earlier this month surprised us all. How had they managed to keep their nuptials under wraps? Escaping the buzz of Hollywood and the paparazzi for seclusion in South Carolina made it possible. It’s not just Hollywood celebrities who are at it: more of us are choosing low-key affairs, whether at home or abroad. With a small number of guests, you can spend money on the travel and accommodation, making it your dream wedding in a dream setting. If you like the idea of getting married on a paradise island, then read Natasha Hutchinson’s piece on how to go about getting hitched abroad. She did it, and loved every minute. John Proctor Travel also has some expert suggestions for possible honeymoon destinations. Back here in the UK, Civil Partnerships are on the rise, and Andrew Kay talks us through his own special day and the things that made it perfect. If a big wedding here in the UK is what you’ve always dreamed of, here you will

find everything you need for planning your big day. Start with the checklist below – every couple needs it – and tick off as you complete things. Your wedding day is one of the biggest, if not the biggest, day of your life. Set the date and budget wisely. Nobody wants to start married life with a huge debt hanging over them. Your dream wedding is possible, whatever your budget. Utilise friends and family where you can: whether it’s for travel, making the cake or filming the big day itself. Head to a wedding fair for inspiration and to meet contacts. You don’t need to book anything on the day, but there are normally great savings to be made if you do. Ultimately, these fairs will help you decide on what you really want. From flowers and balloons to stationery and favours, your day should have you and your partner’s mark all over it. Across these pages, you will find everything to help you plan your dream wedding. From local venues to bridal wear, you will find ideas to make your wedding day perfect.

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and music Plan and book the decoration of the room Book your honeymoon Take out wedding insurance Book appointments to enter notice with Registrar Office, or meet priest/minister/rabbi Pay deposit to confirm venue Plan bride’s dress and menswear

1 MONTH TO GO ✥ Have final dress fitting ✥ Arrange stag/hen nights/weekends ✥ Give wedding party a list of duties ✥ Chase up guests who have not replied ✥ Confirm final number of guests with caterers ✥ Pay registrars’ final fees for ceremony ✥ Order travellers cheques/currency

6 MONTHS TO GO ✥ Draw up a guest list ✥ Book your transport ✥ Decide on your chief bridesmaid/best man ✥ Order stationery and table favours ✥ Choose outfits for bridesmaid, best man and ushers ✥ Purchase your wedding rings ✥ Choose your gift list company 3 MONTHS TO GO ✥ Visit reception venue to decide on menu and wines ✥ Start a beauty routine for skin and hair ✥ Choose a florist and discuss requirements ✥ Check passports ✥ Book overnight hotel if necessary ✥ Choose and order wedding cake ✥ Arrange Order Of Service /music readings

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Jane Iredale Smooth Affair™ Facial Primer & Brightener, £35, for stockists: 020 8450 7111, www.janeiredale.com. 1 This brand new product from Jane Iredale will leave you looking radiant on your

big day thanks to the grapefruit extract (which makes it smell great too!). Skin is left glowing with wrinkles and pores reduced. Wear alone or with a foundation for the perfect wedding-day glow. Sassoon Rich Clean Shampoo, Vidal Sassoon, £tbc, available from 2 professional salons, www.sassoon.com It’s important to start a hair care regime in the build-up to your big day (the

same goes for skin care products!). For dry and damaged hair, restore its condition, movement and shine with regular use of this professional shampoo. Hair is cleansed and replenished, leaving locks as luscious as Rapunzel’s. Ombre 16” clip-in extensions by Hairdo, £49, www.hothair.co.uk 3 The ombre look is here to stay but if you are not keen on experimenting with your natural hair colour, then Hairdo’s new clip-in ombre hair extensions

are the answer. The 16” clip-in extensions are Tru2Life fibre and can withstand heat of up to 350°F. Available in six salon-inspired tones. Ombre hair without the commitment? We love! No Sun Tanner, Perricone MD, £54, www.perriconemd.co.uk 4 Nobody wants a streaky, orange tan on their big day. The No Sun Tanner is a multi-tasking, all over self-tanner that nourishes the skin with pro-Vitamin D while promoting a gorgeous, natural looking tan, all within three to seven days so no need to panic! Start early and gradually build up to your perfect tan.

Transformulas EyeLift Gel, £29.95, www.transformulas.com 5 Beauty without surgery is the way forward, and we are simply loving the more cost-effective and non-invasive beauty treatments on the market. Case in point: Transformulas. These anti-ageing products are the brainchild of a beauty fanatic who is afraid of needles! The EyeLifting gel absorbs quickly to repair signs of ageing around the delicate eye area. It cools and calms the skin for a refreshing sensation.

Lush ‘Helping Hands’ Hand Cream, £7.15, www.lush.co.uk 6 Brides: on your wedding day, your hands need to be looking and feeling great. As your new husband takes your hand at the alter, you want your skin to be in tip-top condition. This little beauty from Lush will work a treat: almond, cocoa butter and chamomile leaves skin soft and feeling gorgeous.

Transformulas Lip Volume, £29.95, www.transformulas.com 7 Clinically proven to stimulate collagen and increase lip size by up to 40 per cent, this new product will leave your lips fuller and kissable come the big day. Available in Original Ice Cool Chinese Peppermint and Chocolate flavours, the refreshing plump looks like a gloss, but feels like a balm. Transformulas Professional White ‘StainLess’ Teeth Whitener, £36.95, 8 www.transformulas.com Get white teeth in just seven days with this 60-second treatment which

dramatically reduces stains caused by eating and drinking.The liquid formula has a refreshing cool mint fragrance too.

f you are contemplating a destination wedding – I have one thing to say to you – DO IT! I married my husband in Northern Cyprus in August and it was the most incredible experience. We knew very early in the planning stages of our wedding that we didn’t want anything too formal, or traditional. Our budget definitely did not stretch to a large do, so we considered getting married abroad as a way to keep the numbers down. Luckily, our tastes are very similar: we both agreed we wanted somewhere hot with guaranteed sunshine (but not too far away as we needed to keep travel costs down), beautiful scenery, not too commercial/touristy, and a wedding that was small and intimate, relaxed and informal. We settled on a small village in Kyrenia in Northern Cyprus after a recommendation from a friend, with the ceremony taking place in front of 18 family and friends in the ruins of the stunning Bellapais Abbey, high in the mountains with the most amazing views. This was followed by a champagne reception and an evening meal at the Ambiance seafront restaurant. The cost of the wedding was a fraction of what it would have been in the UK, and you’d struggle to find a more beautiful setting. We spent a total of £10,000 which covered absolutely everything including the wedding itself, travel, accommodation and our honeymoon in Ibiza! The best thing about getting married abroad? As it’s combined with a holiday you get to spend more time with family and friends. With a traditional wedding in the UK, you have the one day, and then it’s over, but we had a whole week with our loved ones with the wedding take place in the middle. We didn’t want to go down the resort wedding package route, preferring to source things separately. We hired a wedding planner, who we found on the internet, and she helped us with sourcing florists, photographer, hairdresser, and booking venues. She absolutely took the stress and hassle out of the planning – everything was so easy and even on the day she stayed throughout the whole service and reception, just in case we needed her. It really is worth using a wedding planner – you will not regret it! The only thing we flew to Cyprus with us was the wedding dress and suit which were taken on as hand luggage. It was flagged up to the airline and they took extra care and attention with them. Everything else was sorted out at the other end by the wedding planner. It is worth noting that each country has different legal requirements for getting married – we found the Town Hall in Brighton to be hugely helpful with explaining what was needed to make it a legally-binding ceremony. There are a few things to keep in mind if you do choose to get hitched abroad – firstly, the sun! We wanted somewhere hot, and it was extremely hot! It’s quite typical for Cyprus/Greece to reach the low/mid 40s in August. I was paranoid about having sunburn/strap marks in the wedding photos so took it easy in the sun prior to the wedding. I also opted for a light silk dress rather than anything too heavy. We also decided to have a late ceremony – starting at 5pm, so as to avoid the hottest part of the day. The day itself was absolutely perfect; we wouldn’t have changed a single thing. We had the most wonderful time, and all of our guests said it was the best wedding they had ever been to! For ideas on honeymoon destinations, see John Proctor Travel, p19.


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her own materials using layering, embroidery and applique, which makes her range delicate, pretty and feminine. Her current collection, Beau Monde, has a strong French influence and has just launched at Leonie Claire. Fine French prints, Chantilly lace and beautiful soft linen combine to make for a soft and individual collection. Leonie is incredibly proud to announce that the Alice Temperley bridal collection is coming to the boutique. On Thursday 27 September Leonie will be hosting a fabulous launch party with a catwalk show on Upper North Street. This will be followed by a two day trunk show of the Beatrice Collection, giving brides the perfect opportunity to try on this stunning range. As the exclusive Sussex stockist of this iconic label, Leonie will be welcoming it in style. The Raimon Bundo collection is also a new and exciting addition at Leonie Claire. One of the biggest and most established bridal companies in Spain, Raimon Bundo is a family run company that has been designing and making gowns for over 40 years. Leonie fell under their spell when she viewed the collection in May, and it is arriving at the boutique at the end of September. Justin Alexander is another

collection Leonie has showcased since the boutique opened in 2006. Tony, the head designer, came from a lingerie design background so the fit of the bodices is just perfect. If a bride is looking for lace, then look no further. Justin Alexander uses beautiful lace, raw silk and Swarovski crystals to create a collection of gowns that include sleeves, high necklines, removable boleros and detachable trains. Leonie launched her own label in November last year to cater for the bride who is searching for a more relaxed style of gown, but still wants to feel like a bride. Using heavy silk crepes, satin chiffons and beautiful lace, Leonie’s signature has a distinctly vintage feel. With options of ivory, pale champagne and dusty silver the collection is warm, sexy and incredibly stylish. Leonie Claire gowns are all fully made to measure in house so there is no additional alterations charge. They are completely exclusive to her boutique, and something incredibly special. With such a diverse designer bridal collection, it only makes sense that Leonie has chosen the most stunning accessories to complement the range. The boutique stocks shoes by Benjamin Adams and Rachel Simpson, giving the bride a choice between glitz and glamour or vintage prettiness. Headdress designers include Polly Edwards, House of Istria and Stephanie Brown. Polly Edwards creates the most beautiful asymmetric tiaras and combs using Swarovski crystals and pearls. House of Istria has a gorgeous boho feel, with pieces in lace applique and soft feathers. Stephanie Brown head pieces are striking, geometric and sparkle like nothing on earth. Polly Edwards and Stephanie Brown also design incredible jewellery, so if you don’t want a head piece but would love some statement earrings Leonie has an amazing selection to choose from. Not every bride wants a veil, that is until they try one on! Leonie’s collection comes from another British designer, Richard Designs. From lace or ribbon edging to plain soft tulle, Leonie’s range includes both short and long styles, giving brides the option to try on a really good variety to find the perfect veil to complement their gown. We all hope for sunshine on the day but in the UK this is not always going to happen, so Leonie has a selection of feather or lace boleros or handknitted cardi shrugs, too. Not to mention lovely, large ivory umbrellas, just in case. Leonie Claire works by appointment only to ensure that a bride will have a dedicated bridal consultant and fitting room. Guests are greeted with refreshments and given an hour and a half to try on a wonderful selection of gowns. A bride can celebrate finding the perfect gown with a glass of bubbly, too. With an in-house sewing workroom and a highly skilled team of seamstresses, a bride can feel safe in the knowledge that she can choose from the very finest gowns and receive the most exceptional service, all the way through her journey.

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t’s a thrilling time to be a bridal industry professional at the moment, with the wedding dress market currently brimming with wonderfully diverse, inspiring and unusual designs. The industry is being driven by demand from brides who want something interesting and original to wear on their big day, and aren’t prepared to settle for anything less. While this is exciting for boutique and bride alike, it can often be a little daunting for those embarking upon the search for their dream dress, which is where The O Zone steps in to offer a helping hand. Company directors Christine and Deborah are dedicated to filling their boutique with a spectacular range of styles that are truly representative of what’s available on the market at large, with the convenience of being housed under one roof. Whether brides are looking for pretty, vintage-inspired lace; chic and contemporary styles from the continent or cupcake-cute, 1950s-style tea dresses, they will find it at The O Zone. Brides are not only spoilt for choice, but are also provided with the support and advice they need to find their perfect dress, with the expert guidance of a small team of dedicated consultants. The staff at The O Zone haven’t forgotten about the groom, either. Classic morning suits, modern, lightweight tails and understated lounge suits are available to hire from what is now the only independent menswear hire shop in central Brighton. In addition to formalwear hire, The O Zone also offers a range of beautiful waistcoats, ties and cravats to purchase. Bridesmaids are catered for too, with over 50 styles by Dessy and Alfred Sung, available in a dazzling array of shades and fabrics. The O Zone, 21-23 Church Street, Brighton, BN1 1RB, 01273 739500, www.ozoneweddings.co.uk

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Not sure what to wear to a wedding? Here are a few little crackers to get you started Kora Dress, TBC, www.monsoon.co.uk 1Monsoon, Slip into this chiffon number for the evening and dazzle on that dance floor. M&CO, Colour Block Pleated Dress, £49.00, www.m&co.co.uk 2 For the more sophisticated look why not try this tailored dress modernised by the splash of colour from the waistband, suitable for day and night with only a need to change accessories.

Debenhams, Red Herring Pleated Maxi Dress, £45, www.debenhams.co.uk 3 For those of you that didn’t get a tan this summer, this lovely maxi dress is perfect if you want to cover up. The vibrant colour makes it perfect for an outdoor wedding but would be equally suited for inside with the right accessories. Laura Ashley, Front Belted Dress, £85, www.lauraashley.com 4 For those thinking elegance is key, this dress fits the cut. It’s versatile and classy. Perhaps with flats for the day and some stilettos for the evening. Next, Embellished Dress, £60, www.next.co.uk 5 Elegant emerald for the day time with a splash of gold to liven it up in the evening makes this dress an all around winner. All it needs now is a fabulous

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F&F At Tesco, £16, www.clothingattesco.com 6 For those of you who love lace, be ready to turn heads with this stunner of a dress. Perhaps not so suitable for the reception but don’t hesitate to pull this one out of the wardrobe for a party.

Boohoo, Katie Floral Dress, £20, www.boohoo.com 7 For those girly girls who can’t wait to get the florals out of the wardrobe be warned, for only £20 this floral dress will make you more excited than the bride to be! Perfect with a little pink cardigan and some killer wedges. Words and product research: Sophie Halle-Richards follow me on twitter

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eremy Hoye is one of the UK’s leading contemporary bespoke jewellers and is renowned for his modern bridal pieces. Jeremy has designed and created his wedding collections for thousands of brides-to-be; his expertise from working within the industry over the last 20 years means he is an expert at making those all-important decisions. Jeremy is well known for designing pieces with an eclectic twist for those looking for distinctive jewellery that stands out from the crowd. His ability to capture the essence of the traditional solitaire while keeping within his signature contemporary edge allows him to create timeless collections that feature not only solitaires, but also flush and pave set bands. Working in 18ct rose gold, white gold and platinum, all of his designs are made in his on site workshop.  Jeremy has led the way in incorporating more unusual stones in engagement and wedding rings, to create beautiful designs that are truly unique, with more and more of a demand for black diamonds, sapphires and rubies etc. A prime example of this is his beautiful, surreal ‘Triffid’ collection, a leftfield engagement/wedding band collection which is also available as a silver fashion range. Inspired by crystallised rocks, and using black, white and blue diamonds in 18ct and platinum pieces gives a dramatic yet wearable feel with the distinctive Hoye look.  The Tulip collection is also extremely popular – a contemporary classic. Delicate tulip petals hold the diamond in this simple yet perfect design, easy to wear with a choice of four different style wedding bands to match – giving you the option to create the perfect combination for your individual style. This is jewellery design that doesn’t date and made to be treasured forever.  Jeremy Hoye, 22a Ship Street Brighton, BN1 1AD, 01273 777207, www.jeremy-hoye.com

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he delightful PROBIZ County Ground, Hove, has been synonymous with first-class cricket for over 150 years. More recently however, it is recognised as one of the leading venues in Sussex for parties, celebrations and particularly weddings. Sussex CCC is licensed for wedding ceremonies and can offer a range of onsite venues for your special day. The Boundary Rooms offer a flexible, modern venue complete with patio doors and decking which complement your celebration with a complete alfresco experience. The Spen Cama Pavilion boasts a more traditional setting for a wedding, with both the Long Room and the Dining Room having recently been fully refurbished and extended. It also offers superb floor to ceiling views of the pitch, washed with natural daylight. The brand new kitchen facilities in the Pavilion add to the notion that the venue is gaining a fast-growing reputation for top quality food and service, which has contributed to last year’s nomination for the Brighton & Hove Business Awards in the category of ‘Best Place to Entertain Your Clients’. This year has been a particularly busy one for weddings with 15 taking place, and even the odd cricket match doesn’t mean that you can’t have the date you have set your heart on with the two most recent weddings both taking place on match days. Jonathan and Danielle Step chose Saturday 1 September and when Sussex qualified for a home semi-final on the very same day Jonathan was delighted. The happy couple were married in The Boundary Rooms on Saturday afternoon at 3pm before making their way across to The Spen Cama Pavilion to enjoy their Wedding

Breakfast in The Dining Room. They then held the evening reception in the historic Long Room in the Pavilion later in the evening. Danielle Step said of the venue: “I would say we chose the cricket ground because we wanted a more unique venue than a hotel or registry office, and Jonathan loves sports and always follows the cricket. After finding the cricket ground on the list of approved venues and having a tour around the ground we knew we had found our ideal wedding venue. “We were looking forward to being able to get married so close to the pitch and our guests being able to enjoy the feeling of being at a cricket ground as many of them had never been. I know quite a few of our guests were excited to hear there would be a cricket match on at the same time and I think it makes our wedding truly unique! “We didn’t have to make any drastic changes, the staff at the Club have gone out of their way to ensure our wedding was as close as we imagined it to be”. Sadly though, on the day Sussex lost out to Hampshire!  An added bonus of this city centre based venue is the ample and free on-site car parking. All this contributes to a truly unique venue for your unique occasion. Sussex County Cricket Ground, The PROBIZ County Ground, Eaton Road, Hove, BN3 3AN, 0844 264 0202, www.sussexcricket.co.uk


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ope And Harlequin’s exceptional vintage bridal collection offers the rare magic of finding something truly special and original to make you feel amazing in whatever way you choose to get married. Their ‘Hope’ made-to-order collection is based on the most stunning and beautiful dresses that have been in their archive... recreated with love and finesse for the perfect fit and look. Do it your way... it’s your wedding day after all! With love, H&H. Hope & Harlequin, 31 Sydney Street, Brighton, BN1 4EP, 01273 675222, shop@hopeandharlequin.com, www.hopeandharlequin.com

Butterflies & Bows Butterflies And bows provide the whole package. From wedding flowers, wedding bouquets, table centres, chair covers, drapes, top table swags and backdrops to church flowers, garlands, favours, balloons and even marquees, cakes, catering and disco if required! Using a wide variety of fresh or silk flowers and foliage to match your colour scheme, they create the exact feel you want for your special day. From classic to contemporary designs, they provide a very personal service from the initial consultation right up to your wedding day. They can also work within your budget and keep the prices keen as they do not have a retail shop premises. Butterflies and Bows can provide one service to you or you can use them for all your wedding requirements – one supplier for everything – one point of contact! Package discounts are available on flowers, balloons and decorations. Call them now for a free consultation and costings, or take a look at the 4,000 photographs of previous work on their website alongside the many recommendation and thank you letters. Butterflies And Bows, 01342 892392, info@butterfliesandbows.co.uk, www.butterfliesandbows.co.uk


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erfection Bridal and Menswear is situated in Western Road, Hove. They have been trading from these premises for the past 26 years, so their experience and expertise is second to none. Stockists of the exclusive Perfection collection, a stunning range of dresses in beautiful fabrics at excellent prices, they also stock ranges from Maggie Sottero, Mori Lee and other leading designers. So whatever your style or budget Perfection has the gown for you, from simple sophistication to full Hollywood glamour. As well as a fantastic range of bridal dresses, Perfection also offers a wonderful choice of dresses for your bridesmaids, in satins and taffetas, and an amazing choice of colours, available from age two up to a size 30. They can even match the men’s cravats to the bridesmaids’ fabric. For the groom and his party, Perfection offers tailcoats, frock coats and lounge suits available to hire at a special package deal price of just £69.95 for jacket, trousers, waistcoat, cravat and hankie. Perfection’s friendly and helpful assistants will be happy to offer any help and advice you may require. So, if you would like more information or to make an appointment to try on, give them a call. Perfection, 52 Western Road, Hove, BN3 1JD, 01273 323046, brighton@perfectionbridalandmenswear.co.uk www.perfectionbridalandmenswear.co.uk

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The Cricketers & Greene Room Located a stone’s throw from Brighton Town Hall and the Register Office; The Greene Room offers a stylish yet comfortable setting for your wedding reception. Located in the heart of The Lanes and above one of Brighton’s most charismatic pubs (The Cricketers), The Greene Room retains the splendour of the period building within which it sits whilst adding some nice contemporary touches. Whether you are looking for a formal wedding breakfast, a drinks reception with an upmarket selection of canapés or simply a place to boogie the night away, The Greene Room has all you need to ensure your wedding day is one to remember! They have a range of packages available for a variety of budgets and can create a bespoke package if you already know exactly want you want For wedding receptions they can seat up to 35 guests for a lunch/dinner or host up to 70 for an informal buffet. The Greene Room, Above The Cricketers, 15 Black Lion Street, Brighton, BN1 1ND, 01273 329472, cricketersBN1@googlemail.com www.cricketersbrighton.co.uk

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ince reopening under new ownership and after extensive refurbishment over a year ago, Blanch House, Brighton’s original Boutique Hotel, has played host to some very special wedding and civil partnership ceremonies and celebrations. Situated in the bohemian quarter of Brighton’s Kemp Town and a stone’s throw from the beach, this historic Grade II Listed building, with an abundance of character, sets the scene as an ideal intimate wedding venue. “Weddings can be stressful and with so much to organise our role is to ensure that every couple’s special day is tailored to what they want,” says Kerry Turner, co-proprietor of Blanch House. “With our dedicated team, who are passionate in providing excellent customer service, our goal is to make their special day as memorable as possible.” Blanch House also offers exclusive use of the entire hotel and its 12 individually designed bedrooms to soon-to-be newlyweds, couples and their guests, including the Belle Époque Suite which seats up to 40 guests for a sit-down wedding breakfast or 75 for an evening buffet. Its champagne, wine and cocktail bar makes an ideal setting for both pre- and post-ceremony champagne and canapés. Head chef Sean Dickens has created a mouthwatering selection of menus, ensuring that all produce is locally sourced whenever possible, and is able to cater for all dietary requirements. Newlyweds can take advantage of the bridal suite, Perrier Jouet – named after the champagne served at the venue. This features floor-to-ceiling windows, a roll top bath and balcony. Furthermore, newlyweds and guests can indulge in some pre- and post-wedding pampering as there is an in-house massage therapist who offers a range of treatments. Blanch House, 17 Atlingworth Street, Kemp Town, Brighton, BN2 1PL, 01273 603504, info@blanchhouse.co.uk, www.blanchhouse.co.uk

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ntroducing one of the country's premier function bands, specialising in music for weddings, parties and corporate events... Funky Buddha! Funky Buddha are a professional party band who provide outstanding music and service for weddings, parties and corporate events throughout the UK and internationally. This is music you are going to want to dance to. Guaranteed! Their aim is to help you create an event that you and your guests are going to remember for all the right reasons: a great atmosphere, great energy, and outstanding music. With clever arrangements, hot horn lines and beautiful harmonies, there is a lot to listen to and, most importantly, a lot to dance to! With a variety of different options, you will be able to tailor the music to suit your event. New for 2013, Funky Buddha are offering The Wedding Package – ceremony music, cool jazz for the canapés or ‘chillout’ music to set the perfect mood, followed by the ultimate party band. Funky Buddha think it’s really important to see a band live before you book them. That’s why they hold regular public showcases in Brighton; it’s a great opportunity to meet the band and see them live. Their next showcase is at The Brunswick, Holland Road, Hove on Friday 26 October. Funky Buddha Band, 07799 642 575, info@funkybuddhaband.co.uk, www.funkybuddhaband.co.uk

Kiki & Cole With over 20 years’ experience between them, Fi and Emma of Kiki and Cole have wonderful creative and artistic abilities to add a stunning and magical quality to your wedding. Their individual style means the arrangements you choose with their guidance will add elegance, colour and a sense of romance to this important event in your life. Kiki and Cole will always design each wedding personally and love to mix unusual flowers and colours to create stunning creations – from delicious scented garden roses from the hills of Ecuador to locally grown Sussex prairie flowers. They love to change a room or marquee into a special place for you to celebrate with your family and friends. Trends include glamorous vintage chic weddings using bright pink garden roses and coral and pink peonies, romantic earthy succulents with creams and whites in muted vintage urns, and wild prairie flowers and grasses in simple jam jars. For a chat about your wedding and a free consultation call Fi or Emma or go to online and take a look at their stunning wedding images. Kiki and Cole, 113 High Street, Hurstpierpoint, BN6 9PU, 01273 832246, www.kikiandcole.co.uk

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his breathtaking Regency palace offers a unique venue for civil wedding ceremonies and receptions in the heart of Brighton. Built as King George IV’s pleasure palace when Brighton was the heart of fashionable Regency society, the Royal Pavilion was also used by King William IV and Queen Victoria. Today it has been restored to its original 1823 splendour with Indian architecture contrasted with interiors inspired by China. The historic Red Drawing Room is the venue for civil ceremonies at The Royal Pavilion. Retaining much of George IV’s original 1820’s decorative scheme, the room features red dragon wallpaper and palm tree pillars. The Red Drawing Room can be booked for wedding ceremonies and civil partnerships throughout the year and can seat a total of 44 people. Situated on the first floor above the Red Drawing Room the King William IV Room offers an elegant setting for both day and evening receptions. Decorated in Chinese style, this room features beautiful hand-painted wallpaper and Chinese lanterns. The room accommodates 60 people for a seated dinner. The Royal Pavilion Functions Team has over 17 years of experience and is pleased to offer a friendly and personal service. From your first site visit to your special day they are on hand to help make sure everything runs smoothly. They can also recommend local suppliers who have previously worked at the Royal Pavilion. The Royal Pavilion, Brighton, BN1 1EE, Functions Team: 03000 290905, pavilionweddings@brighton-hove.gov.uk, www.brighton-hove-pavilion.org.uk

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Honeymoon hot spots John Proctor Travel’s top five destinations for a honeymoon to remember

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ow do you choose where to go for a unique trip that will be the ideal getaway for your honeymoon? Of course, you want somewhere romantic, peaceful, idyllic... but how about the experience? A great holiday should make for great memories and your honeymoon for the best of them all. So, unless you’re set on visiting the Maldives or getting married in Vegas, here are our top five experience destinations for a honeymoon to remember. Panama: If you crave a tropical beach, try Panama’s Caribbean coastline for white sand archipelagos, $2 Pina Coladas, secluded palm islands and rich indigenous culture. The Bocas del Toro and San Blas Island groups are both stunning with plenty of sunset bars and romantic hideaways. Both regions lie a short plane transfer from Panama City. To reach San Blas you can also take a Jeep through the rainforest and a short lancha boat journey to reach the autonomous, Kuna territory of palm-fringed isles. For Bocas, take the highway and a speedboat for a choice of lonely beaches and Caribbean cocktails. British Columbia: For wildlife and the great outdoors Canada’s British Columbia provides the essential ingredients with awe-inspiring scenery, forest walks to hidden waterfalls and close encounters with some of nature’s most majestic creatures. The hub of Vancouver is a city for everyone with its beaches, parks, restaurants and entertainment and then ride the daily helicopter flight to

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Vancouver Island and get lost at a remote luxury cabin in the wilderness. Italy: For classical architecture, incredible art, stunning coastlines and private boat rides to dramatic coves consider Rome and the Amalfi Coast. Only a couple of hours transfer from Rome to Sorrento means a perfect match for a twin-centre. The scenery of this unforgettable region is unrivalled; along the coast road as it clings to the cliffs, winding along to picturesque Positano; or from the boats that ply their way to Capri – one of the Mediterranean’s true jewels. Sri Lanka: Head to Unawatuna Bay in Sri Lanka for a no-frills village resort with intimate local beach restaurants and sunsets at the Buddhist stupa on the headland. Not far away some great excursions include the Pinnawala Elephant orphanage, the beautiful botanical gardens of Kandy and the tea plantations of the highlands. Brazil: Brazil is known for its beaches and has so many to chose from, but the Bahia region around the beautiful city of Salvador is one of the best. Incredible fruits juices, seafood and coconut-infused cooking, plus fresh lobster served on the beach with Samba sounds and street capoeira. You can be guaranteed it won’t be a dull week by the pool in Bahia. John Proctor Travel, 4 Church Street Brighton, East Sussex BN1 1UJ 01273 608351 leisure@johnproctortravel.com www.johnproctortravel.com follow us on twitter

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e just wanted to say a massive thank you for last night, we had the best time at our wedding! All the staff were so friendly and helpful, and everything was so well organised. We really appreciate all the hard work you put into the afternoon and evening and the food was delicious! Thanks again for everything – Laura and Oli” “Having such friendly staff (who also know what they are doing and have a can-do attitude) made such a difference to our and our guests’ experience of our very special day. – Sarah-Jane and Mike” “My wife and I had such an amazing reception at the Latest Musicbar, the help we had organising the event, the food cooked in-house, the staff (with great character) and most noticeably the value of the entire day and night. We, and all our friends who attended, had such an amazing night that the reception will go down as one of the parties of our lives. Finding the Latest Musicbar was a godsend, all our guests and ourselves will be remembering the venue and recommending it to anyone who needs a location for a great party in Brighton. Once again, thank you Angi and your team. – Sam & Louise” “Dear all at Latest Musicbar. Thank you for looking after us and creating the space for us to have such a wonderful wedding. Love William and Peter” Latest Musicbar pride themselves on hosting the best parties in town. Whether you want your wedding party to be a big bash or something more intimate they will work to your budget and cater to all your requirements to make your event a real night to remember. You can hire one or both floors of the venue for parties of up to 200 people, provide your own catering or let their fabulous chefs take the strain. The space can be professionally decorated or kept simple with linen tablecloths, flowers and candles supplied by the Musicbar at no extra cost. As Latest Musicbar is also a renowned live venue, they do love a band for a party. They can help you source entertainment including bands, DJs and cabaret performers, plus use of their PA and DJ equipment is included in the hire fee. Just tell them what you want and they will do their utmost to make it happen. Latest Musicbar, 14-17 Manchester Street, Brighton, BN2 1TF, 01273 687171, bookings@thelatest.co.uk, www.thelatest.co.uk/musicbar

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etting civilly partnered was a big but easy decision. Much as we still crave true equality we also wanted to make a commitment to each other before our family and friends. It may not be married in a legal sense but it is a marriage, husband and husband. We knew we wanted to do things our very own way and on a pretty tight budget, so we chose the big room at the Town Hall with the delightful Trevor Love, prosecco outside and a London bus to take our party of close friends and family for a delicious lunch at L’Eglise. We went to L’Eglise, said we liked their standard lunch menu, (no fancy wedding special for us) and house wine. It was perfect, exactly what we wanted, and at a price we could afford. The next day we had a party at Latest Musicbar. Being a control freak when it comes to food I was very much in charge of catering. We had a picnic of Sussex cheeses, Brampton’s sausages, good bread, WJ King beers, homemade picklesand a fabulous cake from Terre à Terre. Everything went to plan, and everyone had a good time, with plenty to eat and to drink. We look

back on our day with a smile, knowing that by thinking outside the box and not being led down expensive routes, we got the wedding we always wanted – and without going into debt. Try not to start married life with a whopping overdraft; for us, a sensible budget meant we started our marriage without that pressure.


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filmmakers, which includes BPB12 commissioned artists Jon Thomson & Alison Craighead, will be screened at the Duke of York’s (15 October). At Artists and Occupy, BPB12 artists Richard Rowland and Ed Thompson will discuss their very different responses to Occupy (17 October). Photographer Julian Germain will talk about his 17 year project with street children from Belo Horizonte, Brazil, featured in the BPB12 exhibition at Fabrica (22 October). There will be late night openings at all the Brighton Photo Biennial venues, and a guided tour. (2 November, www.bpb.org.uk/2012/) Fashion will take over Brighton Biba models, c.1973, Museum in Fashionably Late. This event photographed by will include entry to the major exhibition Brian Duffy The Garden House Biba & Beyond: Barbara Hulanicki; © Duffy Archives © Dulcie Lee fashion-themed pop hits and fashion inspired cocktails. Visitors will also be able to make their own perspex jewellery Autumn Lates: as the evenings are drawing in, let your inspired by vintage prints from the museum’s Fashion & Style Collection. (11 October, creativity be drawn out by the finest the Brighton & Hove www.brighton-hove-rpml.org.uk/museums/ brightonmuseum/pages/home). arts scene has to offer. For Autumn Lates, Brighton Early Music Festival will present five brilliant young fter four highly successful Same Sky will present The Sky ensembles performing live music through the Jake Spicer years, White Night is taking Dome!, an innovative new show night at St Bartholomew’s Church (27 October, from DRAW a break in 2012 whilst cocombining digital arts, shadow www.bremf.org.uk). This extravaganza will ordinators make plans to develop performances, light sequences, include baroque ensembles and period its second phase. This October – and a specially composed audio instruments, to explore some of the most and during the first weekend in score in a futuristic story inventive European music of the 17th and 18th November – several of the city’s (Saturday 6 and Sunday 7 October, centuries, from Spanish-inspired music and arts organisations are opening in www.thelanternfayre.co.uk). dance to composers enjoyed at the Court of the evening, or extending their To celebrate its fifth edition, Versailles. Audience members may come and opening hours, as part of a new Brighton Photo Biennial (BPB12) go as they please. initiative. They will all offer has organised a series of Brighton Youth Centre will present OCCUPY, activities created especially for evening talks, discussions, an event for all ages that will take over space this programme. screenings and events on its and will feature live music, exhibitions, These range from Brighton theme, ‘Agents of Change: installations, workshops, skateboarding, toy Photo Biennial talks and late Photography and the Politics of hacking, robot relays and much more (27 openings to DRAW’s extravaganza Space’. Activism and Alternative October, www.brightonyouthcentre.org.uk). at The Old Market and Brighton Media, with speakers including The Garden House, where people can come Early Music Festival’s tenth members of the Squatters’ together to learn about gardening, has organised anniversary celebration, as well Network of Brighton, will three evenings. There will be talks by Ed Ikin, as the Lantern Fayre on The Level, participatory consider the possibilities and limitations of films, head gardener at Nymans (5 October); Julian events at Brighton Museum and Brighton Youth zines, newspapers and art exhibitions as political Treyer-Evans, a leading garden designer (12 Centre, cabaret at the Marlborough Theatre and tools (11 October). The Jarman Award Shortlist October); and an event, with supper, on the gardening soirées in Warleigh Road. 2012, celebrating the work of innovative UK artist influence of gardens on artists and their work The Marlborough Theatre kick starts its (19 October, www.gardenhousebrighton.co.uk). programme with Tales From The Spotted Dog. Jake Spicer, the doyen of life drawing in the Audiences will be treated to performances and city, and DRAW, will present a highly inventive readings inspired by Bethan Roberts’s My drawing class, open until midnight; a magnificent Policeman, the novel for Brighton & Hove City Reads installation of a dozen models, accompanied by a 2012, plus drinks, music and a dash of daring, in a full band. All abilities are welcome (3 November, lovingly created facsimile of Brighton’s famous ‘50s www.draw-brighton.co.uk). haunt of gay clientele, The Spotted Dog (2 October, The events in Autumn Lates are staged by the www.drinkinbrighton.co.uk/marlborough). individual participating organisations and are The Lantern Fayre, a community arts festival on coordinated by Brighton & Hove City Council in The Level, will welcome visitors and audiences up partnership with the Arts & Creative Industries to 10pm. Enjoy a Market Bazaar, live Commission, Brighton & Hove. For further details entertainment, world cinema, creative workshops, on the full programme, please visit: www.brightonSame Sky’s interactive art, community games, food and drink. hove.gov.uk/AutumnLates or www.visitbrighton.com ‘Sky Dome’

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Brighton & Hove Food & Drink Festival: Sussex Wine Gala Dinner The Sussex Wine Gala Dinner held in the Dome Room of Hotel du Vin was one of the highlights of this autumn's Brighton & Hove Food and Drink Festival. Head chef Rob Carr and Head Sommelier Szabi Menesi matched the best of local ingredients with the finest of Sussex wines to produce a stunning feast. Wines were introduced by representatives of the vineyards who contributed them. Proceeds from the event go to Rockinghorse Children’s Charity. See also Andrew Kay’s Food & Drink, p35. Words & Photos: Julia Claxton

Live Food Show This year the Brighton & Hove Food and Drink Festival’s Live Food Show (15–16 September, Hove Lawns) made its debut at the Sussex & The World Market and was attended by a large crowd of foodie fans keen to pick up cooking tips and taste the results of the demonstrated dishes. Hosted by local food guru Andrew Kay the show started in style with Oliver Peyton – presenter of The Great British Menu – who was followed on stage over the two days by top chefs including those from Hotel du Vin, Drakes and Moshi Moshi, along with L'Eglise International Chef Exchange guests Jean Louis Gelin and Yves Rivoiron from Lyon. The chefs all took part in a mystery Five Minute Challenge using fine food supplied by sponsors Ritter Courivaud, and kids fun on Sunday morning included dinosaur pie making with Cookery Doodle Doo. Words & Photos: Julia Claxton

International Chef Exchange Dinner

A singing chef, hearty French cooking, heavenly cheese, good wine and convivial company were the order of the evening as this year’s Brighton & Hove Food and Drink Festival’s International Chef Exchange [ICEx] took place. Guest chefs Jean Louis Gelin of La Meuniere and Yves Rivoiron of Cafe des Federations joined resident chef Henri Dubus in the kitchen at Jean Christophe and Julia Martin's L'Eglise in Hove to cook for a packed restaurant. Guests included Caroline Lucas MP and her husband; Arnaud Pollet-Thioller and Paul Lenik of Ritter Courivaud [who provided the fabulous cheese board]; and James Dempster of Montefiore. The chefs were a big hit – and not only with their cooking – Jean Louis proved he had hidden talents as he came out to sing for the diners after the meal.  Words & Photos: Julia Claxton

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British Beard & Moustache Championships If you are a facial hair fan and like nothing more than applauding a man for his commitment to growing ‘graspable extremities’, then Brighton Corn Exchange was the place to be on Saturday 15 September. From natural moustaches and man-kinis to pure monocle warfare, the British Beard and Moustache Championships boasted a wide range of astounding styles and imaginative designs. There are not many events that bring the young into competition with older generations, however the BBMC did it with dignity, setting apart the boys from the gentlemen. Words & Photos: Holly Cozens

Michael Bates, Guy Heathcote (winners of the Sideburns category)

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Brighton’s digital sectors celebrated at the House of Commons Brighton Pavilion MP Caroline Lucas hosted a reception on the House of Commons Terrace on Tuesdy 11 September to celebrate the creative and digital sectors in Brighton and Hove. Representatives from the industry, Brighton and Hove City Council and key figures from the local economy, as well as the Hon. Ed Vaizey MP, Minister for Culture, Communications and Creative Industries, were in attendance. The reception was sponsored by Wired Sussex and the Coast to Capital LEP. Photos: Douglas Coulter

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n Sunday 7 October, the Saltdean Undercliff will be full of colour and noise as the RISE 8K challengers warmup to run, walk or relay to raise money for local domestic abuse services. You can enter the RISE 8K Undercliff Run for Women either as an individual or a team. If 8K feels a bit too far, why not enter with three friends and run 2K each – you even get a shiny baton to pass! The RISE Family Fundraising Walk will start an hour earlier and is open to everyone – you can even bring your dog! With the sea to one side and the scenic chalk cliffs to the other, register online now to enjoy stunning views and brilliant camaraderie as you run, walk or relay to raise money for local families affected by domestic abuse. 01273 606174, www.riseuk.org.uk, Email:fundraising@riseuk.org.uk, Twitter:@riseuk, Facebook:RiseUK

Regulation 25 Notice TO: WHOM IT MAY CONCERN We Cafe Coho do hereby give notice that it is our intention to apply to Brighton & Hove City Council in the county of East Sussex for the grant of a premises license or club premises certificate to use or permit the use of premises known as: 83A Queens Road, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 3XE for the following licensable activities / proposed variation which it is proposed will be carried on, on or from the premises: The provision of regulated entertainment / The provision of late night refreshments / The sale of alcohol between 07:00 – 23:00 (23:00 – 23:30) for late night refreshments. Any person who desires to make a representation to the grant should send to Head of Planning and Public Protection, Health & Safety and Licensing, Bartholomew House, Bartholomew Square, Brighton, BN1 1JP no later than 17/10/12 a brief written statement of the grounds of his/her objection. The register and records of applications may be viewed at the above council office during normal office hours; summaries are available via www.brighton-hove.gov.uk/licensing. It is an offence knowingly or recklessly to make a false statement in connection with an application and the maximum fine for which a person is liable on summary conviction for the offence is currently £5000 [level 5]. Dated this: 19th day of September 2012 Signed: J Wilson


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CHARITY REACHES £31,000

Last week, Pride Brighton & Hove announced a further donation of £16,390 in support of LGBT/HIV charities and good causes in the city. The donation brings the total amount gifted by the community interest company behind the 2012 Pride event to £31,000. The cheque was presented on behalf of Pride Brighton & Hove by Rupert Culme-Seymour, Regional Director of Heineken UK, to Paul Elgood of the Rainbow Fund. Heineken UK have already confirmed their sponsorship of Pride Brighton & Hove 2013 along with the Brighton Wheel. The event is due to take place on the weekend of 3 and 4 August 2013.

■ HOSPITAL STAFF COMPLETE 400 MILE CHARITY CYCLE A team of riders from ISS, the facilities services provider for the Royal Sussex County Hospital, return from a 400 mile sponsored cycling challenge, raising money for Rockinghorse Children’s Charity. The cyclists – made up of employees from the portering and housekeeping departments, managers from ISS and the Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust – departed from Land’s End on 10 September and are cycling the 400 miles back to the Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital during the week. To sponsor the team, please visit their official Just Giving page, www.justgiving.com/ISSLandsEnd2Alex. A text to donate service is also available, please text XELA99 and donate £1, £5 or £10 to 70070. www.rockinghorse.org.uk

■ AMERICAN EXPRESS AWARDS GRANTS

TO FIVE LOCAL CHARITIES

American Express has awarded £21,000 worth of grants to five local charities including Relate Brighton, Hove, Eastbourne, Worthing & Districts. The chosen charities have been voted for by American Express employees and the grants have been facilitated by Sussex Community Foundation, which operates throughout Sussex. Relate provides counselling workshops and advice sessions for people to help them build better relationships, helping over 150,000 people each year. Other recipients of the grants were Brighton & Hove Citizens Advice Bureau, which provides free, impartial and confidential advice, Burgess Hill based Windmills Opportunity Playgroup, offering care and education to children with special needs, Carousel, a Brighton based charity that works with children and adults with learning disabilities and Whitehawk Inn, that supports over 750 disadvantaged adults each year into learning and employment. Registered charities that would like to apply for the next round of grants should contact Sussex Community Foundation on 01273 409440 or visit www.sussexgiving.org.uk

Out for an award Helen Jones has been involved with LGBT mental health charity MindOut since it started and now its work is being recognised. Frank le Duc reports

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elen Jones was working for the mental health charity Mind in Brighton and Hove when she embarked on a project with the Gay Switchboard – now known as the Brighton and Hove LGBT Switchboard. It involved looking at the mental health needs of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) community in the area. And it led to an application for funds from Comic Relief. She led the resulting project, MindOut, and said: “At the time we didn’t know what those needs might be but over the years it has snowballed in line with knowing more about those needs. And we are more known which has helped. When we became independent from Mind about 18 months ago, that’s when I became director as opposed to project manager.” Her chief executive-style role means more responsibility. Helen, 53, trained as a psychiatric nurse before coming to Brighton in 1984 to study for her degree in social anthropology at Sussex University. She has since also trained as a psychotherapist. Her skills have stood her in good stead as MindOut has grown. Now the charity has been recognised by the first National Diversity Awards with a shortlisting in the category for Best LGBT Community Group. At time of going to press, she and her staff were yet to find out if they have won. If MindOut wins, she said, “the award would be a fantastic acknowledgment of MindOut’s pioneering mental health work developed by and for LGBT people who have experience of mental health issues, as well as recognising how important mental health is in LGBT communities.” She added: “We are delighted to have been staff’s time. “Others need a shortlisted for this award as “Everyone who works lot more support,” Helen it’s a fantastic opportunity said. That help, advice and to spread awareness of for the organisation support was provided by six LGBT mental health issues workers, who are mostly and MindOut’s work in this has experience – part-time, and four vital area. Our staff, volunteers. volunteers and service lived experience – of “We provide a lot of users would love us to win.” Over the past 13 years the mental health issues” information and support for people who are trying to charity, which operates out of negotiate their way through Community Base in Queen’s mental health services in Road, Brighton, has worked the city. We’re often a first port of call for many locally and nationally. It provides peer support, people. We run support groups, some of them advocacy, training and anti-stigma campaigns. An specifically aimed.” independent report last year highlighted the “double After years of growing organically and quietly stigma” suffered by some people in the LGBT building a local reputation, MindOut is stepping community with metal health problems. into the awards spotlight. The awards themselves All MindOut’s services are non-judgmental, have attracted endorsements from celebrities independent and empowering. And those who use such as Stephen Fry, Brian Blessed, Ade Adepitan its services are involved in all aspects of planning, and the stars of My Transsexual Summer and designing and promoting them. Helen said that Paralympians such as Jody Cundy, Claire Hardy MindOut also provided training to organisations and Danny Crates. from all over the country and consultancy to The aim of the awards is to showcase the groups wanting to run similar services. efforts of those who have shown outstanding She said: “Everyone who works for the devotion to enhancing equality, diversity and organisation has experience – lived experience – inclusion. MindOut is on a shortlist of three. of mental health issues. Our services are run with Whether or not it picks up a prize, its success is a high level of user participation.” felt most keenly week in week out in Brighton and Last year there were 535 distinct interventions, Hove by those most in need of its services. she said, as MindOut worked with 350 individuals. MindOut can be contacted on 01273 234839. Some people asked for information or advice and www.mindout.org.uk took up no more than half an hour of a member of

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t’s been a packed time for news, with a police shooting, an E.coli scare and the city coming out top dog for caring for canines – and with the Lib Dems conference in town, it’s set to get even busier. Tragedy struck when a man holding a shotgun was shot by police after a domestic incident in Seaford. He was being treated in hospital in Brighton and police are describing it as attempted murder of police. Local councillor Dawn Barnet was pelted with eggs after asking travellers to move from Portslade Cricket Club, and more names are being added to the petition against a new permanent travellers’ site at Horsdean, Patcham.

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much-needed school, new business space and an ecology park are some of the ideas developers have come up with for how the area known as Toads Hole Valley might be developed. It was bought for development many years ago, but has remained a neglected piece of valuable land. The site currently does not belong to the people of the city – it’s privately owned and fenced off with no public access. The site could be developed in

any way, and new government rules have made it much easier for inappropriate or poor quality developments to be built. However, we’re delighted that the owners have chosen to work with us to help meet the needs of local residents and the wider city. As the vision document shows, working together we could produce an exemplary mixed development on the site. We could build desperately-needed homes, provide school places, and create new high quality community and business space – and all meeting our ‘One Planet’ sustainability principles. The site could become true public space, and a gateway into

he World’s Biggest Coffee Morning is Macmillan Cancer Support's biggest fundraising event. Macmillan ask people across the UK to hold a coffee morning, where donations on the day are made to Macmillan. Brighton Marina has added a twist: several restaurants and cafés will be holding their own Macmillan coffee mornings with donations from every sale donated to the Macmillan pot. These include 100 per cent of every breakfast sold at Coast 2 Coast Restaurant and 50 per cent contribution from breakfasts sold at Frankie & Benny’s. Café Rouge, Seattle Hotel, Laughing Dog, Café Zio & Gourmet Fish & Chip Co are also supporting with generous donations from sales on Friday 28 September.

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E.coli warning, artwork brightens up the city, ultra-fast broadband bid & a unique ring bearer A warning about the potential risks of eating ‘rare’ burgers has been issued by the city council’s food safety team who have noticed a trend among some eateries to offer rare or medium beef burgers which, the experts say, pose a risk of E.coli contamination. The city is now officially the most popular place for people to visit with their dogs in Britain after a survey by dog food firm Cesar. Model and dog lover Jodi Kidd, Cllr Christopher Hawtree and animal welfare officer Maggi Hollands celebrated the award outside the Royal Pavilion. The old Astoria cinema has been brightened with the council erecting prints by the city’s famous artist and printmaker Janet Brooke, and Saltdean Lido is to get £130,000 for urgent repairs. The city, which took over the building recently, says so much work is needed it may not open for next summer. Cash confiscated from convicted loan sharks is being ploughed back into community projects voted for by city residents – the England Illegal Money Lending Team and the city council have joined forces to track down offenders and benefit community groups. Ultra-fast internet services came a step closer with the council bidding for £3.3m government funding for enhanced fibre optic connections and broadband wireless connections for buildings and outdoors on mobile devices in the city centre, parts of Hove, Kemp Town and university

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areas in Lewes Road. They say it would create 1,000 jobs and 135 new small companies a year. Around £12.5m a year would be injected into the local economy and it would unlock £1.37m of private investment into the city’s digital infrastructure. Local digital firm Wired Sussex are helping with the bid and the city should hear back in the autumn. Jennifer and Alex Eichner celebrated their wedding in Sussex with Jennifer’s horse Max – he was the ring bearer, carrying the ring around his neck in a bag. Jennifer said: “Max has been in my life for 13 years... I couldn’t imagine getting married without him.” And finally, this week’s rant comes from Mrs Tina Robertson from Brighton: “TV stations should be made to put the date a programme was made in the opening credits – I watched a documentary on Diana the other day and was baffled when there was no mention of her death – the closing credits confirmed the programme had been made several years before the crash in Paris. I felt cheated – like I’d been duped. It's tantamount to fraud in my view.” What do you think? Email comment@thelatest.co.uk Which community projects get your vote for support?

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the national park where there is none currently. We could also carry out work to maintain the area of ecological value at the west end of the valley. The initial ideas are supported business leaders, who have described them as: “a vision the city deserves; all those who care about the city’s current and future generations should support this vision and help to turn it into reality.” Rather than cross our fingers and hope for the best, we are working proactively with the owners to reclaim this piece of land for us all and get the best deal for the city. Initial ideas for how the private owners might develop Toads Hole Valley can be found at www.toadsholevalley.co.uk

Cineworld will be showing the classic movie Breakfast At Tiffany’s at 10.30am and your £10 ticket includes the movie and one refreshment, with 100 per cent proceeds going to Macmillan cancer support. Retailers will also be taking part in a Green themed window dressing competition: judging will take place at 12.30pm but the windows will be on display all day – so come on down to see how the Marina is flying the green flag for Macmillan. Della Lamden, an ex-patient of Macmillan who is exceedingly grateful and complimentary about their work, is now one of the big organisers of the Macmillan Biggest Coffee Morning events. Della says: “What a marvelous idea to combine the popular facilities of the Cineworld in an area where lots of other outlets can get involved.” Money raised will go towards the local fund which aims to raise £3.7million to build the Sussex Macmillan Cancer Support Centre opposite the Royal Sussex Hospital. The Sussex Macmillan Cancer Support Centre will be the first of its kind in the county to offer all round support for people affected by cancer in a calm, friendly and welcoming environment. Be sure to pop this date in your diary, and show your support to Macmillan at Brighton Marina. Join in with the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning. For more information and tickets to cineworld please contact Della on 01444 448138 or email her on della@dellaferrari.com

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An old problem A Brighton academic is leading the debate about the way we care for the elderly and the disabled

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arian Barnes, professor of social policy at Brighton, and her fellow pressures whether they are privately or publicly owned and run. But Professor researchers at the university, have called for a fundamental rethink Barnes believes that we need to raise our game when it comes to those who about the ethics of caring. They said that this was vital to prevent the are most vulnerable. And that now is the time to care. abuse of elderly and disabled people. They were speaking about their findings It isn’t just the elderly who have suffered abuse at the hands of so-called at the university’s Falmer campus just over a week ago. carers. An eleventh member of staff at Winterbourne View, near Bristol, last They said: “Care has been devalued in current policy. month admitted ill-treating those in his care. An Not only are care workers poorly paid and often poorly independent inquiry into Winterbourne View said that supported, an emphasis on ‘choice’ for care home of the home attended accident and “An emphasis on choice residents residents is often at the expense of how to build good emergency departments 76 times in three years but caring relationships.” Leading academics in this field a single doctor or nurse raised any concerns. The for care home residents not from America and Norway took part in the conference, inquiry report criticised the NHS, police and health entitled Critical Care: advancing an ethic of care in for not acting on dozens of complaints by is often at the expense of watchdogs theory and practice. Contributors came from across patients and their families over five years. Europe and from New Zealand, Canada and South Africa. how to build good caring In dozens of care home and nursing home Professor Barnes has also published a timely book, inspection reports, there are references to relationships” Care In Everyday Life: An Ethic Of Care In Practice. medication levels that have caused concern in some Experts believe the book is making an important quarters. The worry is that too many old people, contribution to current debates on care as both a especially those with dementia, are being given a value and practice. The book explores concerns about abuse in care settings chemical cosh to keep them quiet rather than for sound clinical reasons. Even and personalised care. Professor Barnes argues for care as an essential value the Liverpool care pathway, designed to ease the last days and hours of dying in private lives and public policies. patients, has been criticised by doctors here and abroad. One leading NHS She is part of the academic team at Brighton University which takes on neurosurgeon, Professor Patrick Pullicino, said that it was being used to end up between 50 and 60 social work students a year. About 20 study social work as to 130,000 lives prematurely each year. undergraduates while about 40 study for a masters degree in the discipline. The old and vulnerable victims of abuse, and younger people with learning More take part in a course jointly run with Sussex University. With an ageing disabilities, are too rarely able to articulate what’s going on. It can but be population, some suspect the numbers may rise. hoped that Professor Barnes, her book, her students and her conferences help Those going on to work in the profession face many challenges. Dealing with bring about change for the better. ■ people suffering from dementia or learning difficulties is not something all of follow me on twitter @BHcitynews us can cope with. And of course care homes and nursing homes have budget

LATEST INBOX Latest TV Wins Local TV Licence (Issue 595) Will Latest TV be available on Freeview or online? My device doesn’t support flash and digital TV gives very few channels... When is it coming and will I be able to watch it? Les Beynon, via www.thelatest.co.uk Dear Les, Yes, Latest TV will be on both freeview, channel 8 (high up on the electronic programme guide) and online. We are hoping to be on air by September 2013, this

date depends on the multiplex provider which controls transmission (the multiplex will be decided later this year and we will be in negotiation with them). We are hoping that everyone in Brighton, Hove, Lewes, Worthing and surrounding smaller areas and suburbs will be able to access the channel and this will also be confirmed by the winning multiplex provider. Please let us know if you have any further questions. Best regards, Latest TV RE: Be Our Guest! Again – review I watched this show and it looked polished and very, very watchable. The review mentions people’s

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medleys; there is no lack of plot, because it doesn’t need one! Had there been a story in place it would have been very peculiar with the different styles of music and dance, and would have had to involve time travel, maybe a ‘doctor who meets the West End’ through the decades. But in all seriousness, it is a musical medley show and delivers on local talent that in some cases would not look out of place in the West End! How they manage to get so many moving to the choreography at the same time is beyond me. Well done Eastbourne Stagers. I would give a 4* overall rating! Margaret Shaw, via www.thelatest.co.uk


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Should we call time? Stags and hens are big business but an economy built on drinking and partying comes at a price. The Chamber of Commerce is asking about the costs and benefits in a Big Debate. Frank le Duc reports

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t night, the streets of Brighton become awash with alcohol-crazed hen and stag parties, clubbers and general yobbery, noisily rendering the late night and early morning city centre almost a no-go area for those who don’t want to join their revelry, and thereby damaging the city’s image.” That’s a point of view being heard increasingly often in Brighton and Hove. But so is the viewpoint that Brighton is the country’s seaside party capital, fun is in its blood and its night time festivity is core to the city’s image, reputation, culture and income. On Wednesday 26 September the Brighton and Hove Chamber of

Commerce will be ordinator of holding the next Brighton and “The recession in its series of Big Hove Street Debates: “This Pastors and an has seen a trend house believes independent for the ‘staycation’” candidate in the that Brighton’s night time election for post economy is of Police and tarnishing the city’s brand.” Crime Commissioner in November. Proposing the motion will be Andy The business-focused debate will Winter, chief executive of Brighton take a traditional format of panel Housing Trust, and Justin Manning, speeches for and against the general manager of the Queen’s motion, followed by speeches and Hotel. Opposing the motion and contributions from the floor. Voting defending the night time culture at the beginning and end will show against the charge of tarnishing how much the debate has swayed Brighton’s brand will be Nigel people’s feelings. Liddell, manager of the Brighton The debate will be chaired by and Hove Business Crime Reduction local business owner Rob Shepherd, Partnership, and Ian Chisnall, coof the press release agency Press

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the bigissue Dispensary, who said: “Some feel that debating our night-time economy is a taboo that needs to be broken. As citizens, we are perhaps all troubled from time to time when we see so many gaggles of hens zigzagging across town at night, hear the dawn aftermath of 24-hour bar culture and then read of the clean-up bills and other repercussions. But don’t we also treat the revellers’ money as our city’s golden egg, to be preserved no matter what? “On the other hand, how much of this money really stays in the city? And how do short-term gains stack up against our long-term reputation as a business and tourist destination? Or isn’t this revelry and night-time tourism already our reputation? Isn’t this what the city sells its visitors? And is any fuss about the negative effects just over-hyped or over-conservative?” Julia Chanteray, president of the Brighton and Hove Chamber of Commerce and owner of consultancy The Joy of Business, said: “I think this will be one of the most fascinating Big Debates we’ve held so far. It goes right to the heart of our city’s makeup, what sort of place we want to live


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LATEST NEWS and work in and what we think is really good for business. The arguments for and against the nighttime economy’s effect on our brand will be heartfelt and fascinating.” The debate takes place at City College in Pelham Street, Brighton. It’s free to members and nonmembers but places needed to be booked. To book a seat, go to the chamber of commerce website www.businessinbrighton.org.uk

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Brighton was probably the first seaside resort in Britain and has long had a raffish reputation. It is the home of the dirty weekend. And it has long been a popular place to spend the pink pound. The rise of cheap holidays abroad in places like Benidorm put paid to the bucket and spade brigade spending the annual break in British seaside towns like Brighton. The conference trade, language schools and, more recently, the rise of city breaks have helped save the city from the economic woes that have afflicted places like Margate. The Brighton Festival and the city’s many other

festivals have also played their part in helping the city to remain an attractive destination. Brighton and Hove is part of a new organisation called the Coastal Communities Alliance which is trying to reverse the decline. No one believes that mass tourism will return; even the recession has seen a trend for the “staycation”. So politicians and business leaders are trying to find other ways to revive the economy of places. The alliance said that its priorities include identifying and tackling: • Current barriers to economic growth (physical infrastructure, skills and industry structure) • The threat of coastal inundation • The consequences of deprivation (health, neighbourhood and community cohesion and pressure on local services) • Managing and exploiting the tourism legacy • Lobbying and influencing on a national platform. But, in a case study, the alliance found that people living in Brighton and Hove had a worse profile for alcohol-related harm than the

national and regional averages. Compared with the population of England, above average numbers of men were dying from causes linked directly – and the same was true of hospital admissions attributable to drink. An above average number of women also needed hospital treatment for drink-related problems. Compared with regional averages, residents of Brighton and Hove have: • Greater alcohol-specific mortality, alcohol-attributable mortality and mortality from chronic liver disease • Been admitted to hospital more frequently due to alcohol-related harm or other alcohol-specific or alcohol-attributable reasons • Committed more alcohol-related crimes, including violent crimes and sexual offences • More frequently made alcohol-related claims for incapacity benefits among working-age people. To try to tackle this, Brighton and Hove City Council has worked with local health chiefs and the

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licensing trade to look at the effects of the relaxed licensing laws brought in almost ten years ago. The council has introduced a cumulative impact area where it is harder to obtain a new licence. The criteria have been refined to make it easier for, say, a new theatre to open with a bar while restricting the number of places likely to sell alcohol to street drinkers. Any changes won’t happen overnight. Just as the seaside economy won’t suddenly revive where it has fallen into a state of stagnation. But the issues that affect Brighton and resorts such as Blackpool and Scarborough are being discussed beyond the city. And where there are success stories, politicians, health chiefs and businesses are trying to learn the lessons. The chamber of commerce’s Big Debate will provide an opportune moment to check whether we’re selling the right measure to the right people and to work out whether the glass is half empty or half full. One thing’s for sure – we’re not going to call time just yet. ■

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“The growth of alcohol-fuelled anti-social behaviour in areas such as West Street and St James’s Street can make the city centre a very unattractive destination for residents and visitors alike. Quite simply, aspects of the night-time economy threaten the economy of Brighton, including other parts of the night-time economy which are essential for the economic well-being of the city. “Huge amounts have been invested into making Brighton and Hove a destination of choice. The city is vibrant, the range of attractions and events is unparalleled compared to any point in its history and we are proud of the inclusive culture that exists for residents and visitors alike. “Yet in spite of the best endeavours of many (the city council, the tourist industry, traders, etc) to see a diversity of facilities and attractions – theatre, restaurants, street performers and community events – these efforts are being undermined by a culture of drunkenness and extreme drunkenness. “One of the more extreme examples are so called “party houses”. These are houses that are turned over to a dozen or more visitors on hen and stag weekends, or who just want “to party” in a manner that would not be tolerated in hotels and B&Bs. They facilitate the “front-loading” of alcohol even before these visitors descend on the town centre where their behaviour is often not conducive for others (guests staying in hotels, families out for dinner, theatre goers, etc). “If you have the misfortune to live in the street with a “party house”, your weekends will have turned into a living hell. “The spending power of those on alcohol-fuelled weekend breaks is limited. They are focused on alcohol outlets that encourage and facilitate further drinking. Having lived in the town centre for many years, and having represented Regency Ward on the old Brighton Borough Council, I now actively avoid going into the centre of Brighton after 8pm on a Friday or Saturday evening. My spending power is thus denied those restaurants and facilities that might otherwise have benefited from it. “For a year in the 1980s I chaired the Licensing Committee on Brighton Borough Council. That year, because of close co-operation between the council, Sussex Police and licensees, we were able to regulate the night-time economy in such a way that incidents of violence were clamped down on. Licensees who failed to co-operate risked having their public entertainment licences revoked. The result was that on New Year’s Eve 1986, there was not a single arrest for violence or drunken disorder in Brighton. “Unless we ensure that the night time economy is robustly managed, the image of the city will become tarnished at great cost to businesses and residents alike.”

“I will be seconding the argument against the motion that Brighton’s night-time economy is tarnishing the city’s brand. I am a late-ish convert to the view I now hold. I have come to this in part as a result of being the coordinator for the Street Pastors in Brighton and Hove. “The night-time economy in our city is not something that has been planned by anyone and is a reflection of crude market forces in the drinking and dancing culture and the paralysed planning processes of the past. My own view is that markets need some level of regulation and while I am pleased that there are now controls in place to limit the number of establishments in the areas of greatest impact, this has come very late in the day. We are now in a period where the worst excesses of this market should be behind us and I would certainly welcome a period of market correction if that can be achieved. “Nevertheless our city sees many benefits from the night-time economy in terms of jobs, business profits and the spend by visitors who come into the city because of the night life but also visit our shops and stay in our hotels. “My contention is that the tarnish referred to in the motion, comes as a result of a failure to maintain and care for a forgotten gem. The way to repolish this gem is for residents to reclaim our streets, not in a way that excludes those who come to party, but rather to share and rebalance the use of the space that has become saturated with clubs and pubs. “The appearance of Street Pastors (about 20 individuals, mostly over 55 and some closer to their 80th birthdays) going out four at a time has made a distinct difference to the tone of the streets and while we have some training and simple uniforms on our side, it is our age and our care for the visitors that has helped to reduce violent crime on our streets. “If others joined us in our quest to welcome visitors and our own residents just by taking strolls down West Street and up East Street, greeting people they meet with a smile, the impact would be far more positive than the sight of more police uniforms which are at their best when things are at serious risk of getting out of hand – something that only happens rarely! The rest of the time clubbers are prone to see police officers as people to provoke and challenge, in the same way as teenagers can provoke and challenge their parents. “The alternative is to consign our forgotten gem to the scrapheap and we cannot afford to do this, and would be the poorer for its loss.”


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A new initiative aimed at developing closer working links between Albion In The Community (AITC), Brighton and Hove Albion and youth football clubs across Sussex, is proving a success after being launched earlier this summer. The Albion: Club’s Link held its first meeting in July and attracted 45 representatives from the Albion, Sussex FA, youth clubs, local authorities and Active Sussex who discussed the best approach to review player pathways, coaching opportunities and a number of other shared interests as a partnership.

The second of Albion’s fourgame match ticket packages will be available to supporters, which includes a ticket to watch the Seagulls host current Championship leaders Blackburn Rovers. The package is available to all supporters, regardless of loyalty points or previous booking history, and gives fans the opportunity to purchase the same seat for a batch of Albion home games, across the season. After the first sell-out of the season, against Sheffield Wednesday on Friday night, it provides fans with a great opportunity to secure a ticket

Melanie Dunn from AITC, who set up the new forum said: “The aim of Albion: Club’s Link is to bring together everyone involved in youth football across the county to share ideas, knowledge and best practice and the plan is to have three or four meetings a year. The new body will act as a consultative forum and will hopefully ensure better communications between all those involved in youth football across the county. “From an AITC perspective, we want to look at how we can best continue supporting community clubs across Sussex.” The next Albion: Club’s Link meeting takes place at the Amex on Tuesday 16 October (6.30pm arrival, 7pm start, 8.30pm finish). Those attending the meeting will be entered into a prize draw to win a Level 1 Coaching course for an associate of their club. On the agenda is a discussion with Brighton and Hove Albion about recruitment and development academies.

before individual tickets go on general sale. The second package includes tickets to watch Gus Poyet's side host Ipswich Town (2 October), Blackburn Rovers (26 January), Huddersfield Town (2 March) and Charlton Athletic (2 April). Supporters who purchase the four-game package will also receive the relative loyalty points for all four games immediately, which will prove beneficial when purchasing tickets for high-demand away games and for FA Cup fixtures throughout the 2012/13 season. The four-game package is available from £112 for adults, £80 for over-65s, £56 for under18s and £28 for under-10s. Tickets are available now via the online ticketing system, the ticketline 0844 327 1901 and in person at the ticket office, located at The Amex. Words: Will Jago For more Seagulls news visit www.seagulls.co.uk

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ho needs flair when you’ve got true grit? That was what was required to get the points at Vicarage Road in a hard fought scrap against Watford. It was hard to discern the tiki-taka football credentials of both managers in this quintessential Championship battle but there were flashes of quality in the passing of the Albion midfield and the movement of the freshly imported Italian contingent of The Hornets. It could have been a tussle between Italy and Spain such were the nationalities on show. But the stand-out performer had to be Kuszczak. His decision making and cross taking were exemplary, and even though he had few saves to make, his command of his area and organisation of his defence meant that Watford were frustrated even when they deigned to get a shot on target. El Abd and Greer, with exceptional tackles, made Albion look so much “More former more robust than last season. The professional other impressive aspect of the defence was the attacking prowess players should be of the full backs. Bruno and Bridge may sound like a children’s TV double trained to referee” act but they are tough competitors with added flair and will give Gus’s mate, Gianfranco Zola nightmares when he has to face them again at The Amex in the return. Their obduracy and predilection for attacking were key and the defensive performance whilst benefiting from one or two lucky decisions from a terrible referee, warranted at least a point. That Albion came away with all three, unlike last season when they lost too easily, was down to a fantastic defensive display from the whole team. On the subject of the referee, that both sets of supporters were in agreement about how awful the ref was is indicative of the standard of referees at the moment. Yes, we know, it’s a hard job and they have a heavy workload of regulations to manage, but why are they so inconsistent? I think the explanation lies in the current management culture of the age: the target driven, uniform approach to rules. The most respected referees in the past were no nonsense individuals. I’m thinking of the likes of Jack Taylor who refereed the 1974 World Cup Final; “Gentleman” George Courtney, and Pierluigi “The Scream” Collina, one of the finest international referees of his generation. Their decisions went against the precise interpretation of the rules, something now frowned upon by the current crop of referees. More former professional players should be trained to be referees, it works very well in cricket with umpires. Everyone in Vicarage Road last Tuesday night would have agreed on one thing: the performance of the referee deserved a red card regardless of the fact that Albion came away with the points; it goes against us too often to go unnoticed.

Anyone interested in coming along to the meeting and joining Albion: Club’s Link should contact melanie.dunn@albioninthecomm unity.org.uk Words: Joel Essex

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CELEBCITY

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Celebcity with Jo Brooks Dermot O’Leary gets hitched, BHAFC on TV, Emmy for composer Paul Englishby, plus Patti Smith

Dermot ties the knot

COMPOSER TO THE STARS

Well done to local composer Paul Englishby who has won an Emmy award for his title theme track in David Hare’s film Page Eight. Paul’s orchestral thriller score interspersed with jazz provided the soundtrack for a star-studded cast including Rachel Weisz, Michael Gambon and Bill Nighy. It doesn’t seem Paul was too star-struck however, having already taught Hugh Grant guitar and helped Nicholas Cage to play the piano – only in Brighton!

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ongratulations to Dermot O’Leary who got married last week at Chiddington Castle in Kent. The TV personality, whose love of Brighton saw him open restaurant Fishy Fishy in Brighton several years ago, finally got hitched to his girlfriend of 10 years – the lovely Dee Koppang. The fabulous pair were watched up the aisle by celebrity pals including James Corden, Fearne Cotton, Holly Willoughby, Keith Lemon, Caroline Flack, Chris O’Dowd and his new wife Dawn Porter. Clearly the Ordinary Boys’ Preston wasn’t invited though, as we spotted him dining at Dermot’s restaurant without them!

BIRDS, BALLS & BRIGHTON

Our very own Brighton and Hove Albion are set to become the latest stars of the small screen when Birds, Balls and Brighton hits Channel4 this month. The show promises ‘a rare glimpse behind the scenes of a professional football club’. What with a new stadium and

THE GODMOTHER OF PUNK It was great to have the “Godmother of Punk” – the inimitable Patti Smith – in town

a recent place at the top of the league our Seagulls seem to be the latest celebs on the football block. The programme follows BHAFC as they prepare to fight for a spot in the Premier League, taking in not only the plight of the players but also those who work around them: from boot cleaners to Gully’s Girls. We’re

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Dermot O’Leary at the launch of The X Factor 2012 series

more than happy at the prospect of getting to see the likes of El-Abd in closer detail and the fact that it’s a First Cut documentary ensures our intellect will get a seeing to as well. The programme started Monday 24 September on More4 but is shown again on Ch4 on Friday 28 September (set the Sky+ though as it’s on at ridiculous o’clock: 2am!). Talking of the Seagulls, on Friday 14 September, I was lucky enough to go to the Brighton Vs Sheffield Wednesday game at The Amex, and what a fantastic game to witness! There was a slight kerfuffle with our tickets, and in the end we ended up sitting with the Brighton reserves, just behind the Brighton substitutes bench! We felt like last-resort reserve players that might’ve been called up! Watching the magician that is Gus Poyet at work was quite an experience as we watched him lead his men to victory. Brighton won 3–0 on the night.

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recently as she played old and new material at the Brighton Dome. The singer-songwriter hasn’t lost any of the passion she had all those years ago and pulled off a great gig for her Brighton fans. ‘Redondo Beach’ is one of my favourite tracks ever – long live the Godmother!

JORDAN & PETER NOT QUITE OVER...

Jordan and Peter’s split looks set to run and run with new allegations from both claiming that the other party tried to sell false claims in order to tarnish reputations. The newly filed reports are so far being kept from prying eyes – but you can be sure we’ll have ours peeled for more information.

Have you spotted a celeb in the city? comment@thelatest.co.uk

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

What was that? CAN'T REMEMBER THE NAME OF A BOOK, FILM, TV SHOW OR SIMILAR? MIKE HUNTER IS THE MAN WITH THE ANSWERS...

element. After many trials and tribulations – including being adopted by a rich man, kidnapped by a violent burglar, and forced to pick pockets by a stereotypicallyJewish gang leader – the young man discovers his rich patron is in fact his grandfather, and all ends happily ever after. I’ve a feeling this was one of the most successful musicals of all time, and that its songs are now standards the world over. I also suspect that it was based on a famous work by a great British novelist – perhaps Wilkie Collins,

You had to be there Jokes told by my three-year-old son that made me laugh at the time: Q: Why do fishfingers eat food? A: Because they’re not sorted out. Q: Why did the cuddle go to sleep? A: That’s because it was sleepy. Q: Why does Batman wear underwater slippers? A: Because girls don't wear them.

SPECIAL “THINGS IN BRIGHTON THAT HAVE CHANGED THEIR NAMES BUT WHICH EVERYBODY STILL CALLS BY THEIR OLD NAME” EDITION

In • Brighton Pier (The Palace Pier) • Gay Pride (Brighton Pride) • Grand Central (The Nightingale) • Hed Kandi (The Pink Coconut) • Digital (The Zap)

Out

• Queen's Park Tavern (The Hanover) • The Green Dragon (The Office) • Audio (The Escape) • The Standard (Kuture) • The Stanford Arms (Circus Circus)

2D or not 2D

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Mad Matt

Dear Keith, Well, I can see why you don’t “consider yourself” an expert on musicals! But never fear – “I’d do anything” to help you, and I'm sure you’ll “be back soon” to thank me again! The musical of which you speak is, of course, none other than Rent, written by Jonathan Larson. Keep those letters flooding in folks, Mike X

In & Out

Matt Whistler draws in the crowds

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ell, the finishing line has arrived and my 2D robot art exhibition AUTONAMAPHOBIA has spilled out onto the streets of Brighton and the beach. A robot’s head has now reached completion and providing there isn’t a distinct lack of gray pebbles, the rest of the body, neck, legs, arms and feet will be added. I shot down there in my plastic bullet C5 and out of 3,700 invites, three people tootled up to bring the beach pebbled robot to life. This reminded me of the time I tried to set up a National Woolly Jumper day with a radio announcement on the BBC for willing participants to join me at the Meeting Place Café, to unite in our new-found woollyness. Unfortunately, with thick snow

and a blizzard only one jolly old lady turned up with a young girl helping her stay propped up. The old lady rocked up with a red tartan trolley and I thanked her profusely for coming and did she have her woolly jumper in the trolley? Her response was that she didn't have a clue what I was talking about and proceeded to tell me that she was on her way to have her own BBQ on the beach... in thick snow. In true brave, admirable stoic style, I saw her wade through the snow on the pebbles in the distance, then unfortunately topple over with her feet flying in the air, while her alarmed assistant brought her to her feet. Two minutes later smoke clouds appeared and the BBQ was obviously well underway, impressive stuff. I sort of felt I was having a dream

Stayin’ alive in a C5

and retired back to my abode still wearing my jumper... This week’s art exhibition, however, has had an overwhelming response. Come along and grab a complimentary drink with an evening bar. Doors open 7pm at Brighton Media Centre’s Friese Greene Gallery, 15-17 Middle Street, this Friday 28 September.

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Dear Mike, Bit of a brain-teaser for you here, I’m afraid. When I was a lad, about 12 years old I would have been, I was taken by my mother up to London’s West End as a special treat. We had a slap-up feed in a posh café, and then saw a show at a theatre there. I thought the show I saw was fabulous, the bee’s knees, but unfortunately I can’t for the life of me remember what it was called. Now, the show was a musical, and involved a huge cast, including a large number of children. I think it was set in Victorian times, and most of the characters presented were of the lower orders. I have only vague memories of the plot, but I reckon it concerned a young protagonist who escapes a workhouse where he is half-starved and makes his way up to London, where he falls in with a criminal

George Eliot, William Makepeace Thackeray, or someone like that. Please help, as I’d love to hear a recording, or perhaps even see the show live (if it’s still going). Yours, in hope... Keith Rumbalow, Hove

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star. And I don’t mean beyond the film or on the poster, I just mean in the film she does something completely riveting that a movie star does to make you fascinated with them and what’s going on behind their eyes all the time. It was about a year from her getting the part to her doing the part, and it went through various stop starts, and she was completely loyal and calmly perfected her accent. She worked her ass off. In fact, she’s genuinely one of the nicest people I’ve ever met. She’s the only person I’ve ever worked with who, at the end of the shoot, wrote thank you letters to the entire cast and crew. What a remarkable thing she was and we were blessed with her presence.”

PARKER’S PEN

Now Is Good uses Brighton as the backdrop to its sad yet strangely uplifting teenage story. The film’s director Ol Parker explains his love affair with the city, the story and more to Victoria Nangle

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ow Is Good stars Dakota Fanning as Tessa, a teenager with terminal leukemia determined to fulfill everything on her young ‘bucket list’. Based on the book Before I Die by Jenny Downham, when director/screenwriter Ol Parker (The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel) came across it he was determined to adopt it as his next project – and to set the story in Brighton... So, what’s your love affair with Brighton? “My love affair with Brighton started nearly 20 years ago. I wrote a play and it was put on at the Brighton Comedy Festival. It went to Edinburgh and then some nice producers who were running the Brighton Comedy Festival asked if it could be on there, and I had never been. I must have been 21... 22, and I’d never been. So we went down and had the best week putting on the play but also enjoying the town, so that’s where it began, and has continued ever since.” I really like the way you use settings to echo what’s going on in the protagonist’s mind; when it was busy you were in the Lanes and when it was peaceful, you were in the woods. You seem to love the environment and utilise it well... “Thank you very much, well, that is the plan and it’s just a fantastic place to be and it’s just beautiful. The book the film is based on is utterly lovely and extremely bleak, and I wanted to try and open it out and give it a bit more vigour and life, and paradoxically, optimism. Yeah, so I immediately set it in Brighton because it’s the repository of all of those things.” How did you find working with such a young cast after you’ve been working with a more senior cast recently? “A contrast, put it that way. But actually Dakota is one of the oldest 17 year olds you’ll ever meet and she can rival many with her maturity, so that was fine. I loved it, it was great. They are fantastic kids and I feel very paternal describing them as kids, but it was great, they really helped me. I mean, there’s always a risk when you’re in your early 40s and you’re trying to make a film about teenagers and the capacity for embarrassment is vast. And so they were very gentle with me and directed me often and wisely.” There seem to be a lot of films at the moment that have quite young female protagonists in

“There are plenty of fantastically strong women and maybe Hollywood is responding to that finally” them, like The Hunger Games and Hanna – very strong young females. Do you think this is a fad or do you see it as a trend in the way Hollywood is seeing young women? “I hope it’s a trend, yeah, let’s go with the trend. There are plenty of fantastically strong women and maybe Hollywood is, however late, responding to that finally. But yeah, definitely a trend and I’m happy to be part of it.” Why did you cast the American Dakota Fanning to play the English main character Tessa? “Because she’s ace. I mean, did you not think so?” I thought she was very good... “Thank you very much. I don’t know why I’m saying ‘thank you’, it wasn’t even me! She really wanted it, which was one thing. I was meeting British actresses, and I had a strong idea it would be one of them. She read the script and despite being a great big movie star, knowing that there were British actresses up for it she fought for the part rather than sitting back and waiting to be offered it, or expecting to be offered it. It convinced me really quickly of her absolute passion and commitment. And then she turned into a movie

What did she give you? “She knitted me a scarf, which I haven’t worn. But this is how nice she was – she also knitted scarves for my kids which they have worn and wear often, being as they are completely fascinated by her. My youngest daughter is confused because she watched Dreamer, a brilliant film Dakota did, and she thinks it’s a documentary so she was slightly confused when Dakota was in her house and didn’t appear to own a horse called Dreamer.” Your supporting cast were very good. Paddy Considine particularly made me cry, he just had a look... “Yeah, I got lucky, didn't I? We met and I offered it to him with a prayer, as one does, and I think before he read it it didn’t sound like his bag of chips, but I said: ‘No, I know I didn’t think it sounded like mine either but read it – it might not be the movie you think it’s going to be’. Then he read it and we had a drink and he said: ‘You know, I think I’m gonna try to be quite still and quite quiet and not do what you’ve seen me do before,’ and I was like, ‘Great! I’d love that’. And yeah, from day one I was thinking ‘oh my god, he’s awesome’. I mean, it’s a cliché that when things are working on set, that frequently means they don’t work: if it’s working on the day, it’s not always working for the audience. If the crew are laughing then you’ve got a problem, but I mean the crew were sobbing at Paddy so I figured we were doing something right.” You wrote and directed it. Did it become your story? “Well, I have daughters so Paddy’s story was very much the way in for me. I mean, I wrote a scene – and it’s a reasonably free adaptation as most adaptations are – where Paddy is meeting Tessa’s boyfriend for the first time and it’s not in the book, it’s very much coming from my horror at my daughters and their boyfriends. So yeah, it always becomes your story, or you hope it does.” I love that scene... “Thank you very much, it’s good. He has a line which I’ve said to my daughters which is: ‘it’s a terrible day in a dad’s life when his daughter brings a boy home, and I thought that if I killed the first one, word would get around’. And my daughter saw it and said, ‘wait a second, he talks like you!’” Jeremy Irvine, who plays Tessa’s boyfriend, is adorable then too. “He’s ridiculous isn't he? Preposterously handsome. We cast him just before he did War Horse. He was great and he did a brilliant audition and, God bless him, after War Horse he went away and came back after four months and had gained three inches and lost about two stone. And he was just insanely handsome. He was already a brilliant actor and he had just become, like, ‘whoa what happened there!’ – so that felt good. We had a preview the other night, with sobbing 16 year olds saying, ‘he’s the man I wish I had lost my virginity to’. The best compliment you could get!” Now Is Good, directed by Ol Parker, starring Dakota Fanning, Jeremy Irvine, Paddy Considine and Olivia Williams is on general release in cinemas from Friday 21 September 2012


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HOTLIST

L7 Hotlist Cafés & restaurants catering for all tastes. For more dining options visit www.thelatest.co.uk British & Modern European Agua Dulce

If you like your tapas authentic then this is the place for you. Brilliant traditional Spanish food with regional specialities in relaxed surroundings. Superb meat, fish and seafood tapas plus excellent larger dishes like their suckling pig. There is live flamenco every Thursday, and specials every weekend including new tapas dishes and main courses. Paella, sangria... all that’s missing is the Mediterranean sun! Agua Dulce, 10–11 Kings Road, Brighton, BN1 1NE, 01273 328672, www.aguadulce-restaurant.com

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. Bardsley’s, 22–23a Baker Street, Brighton, BN1 4JN, 01273 681256, www.bardsleysfishandchips.co.uk

The Hove Bank

The Hove Bank Steak & Ribs is the new sister restaurant of The Old Bank, offering great service in a grand café restaurant setting with pavement seating on the south east corner of beautiful Palmeira Square. Serving delicious locally sourced steaks, ribs, burgers and salads, home-made vanilla ice cream, a delicious wine list both at lunchtime and in the evenings, and all at great value for money – especially their specials menu with three courses for £10.95 at lunchtimes and midweek before 7pm. Opening hours: Mon–Thurs 12pm–2pm and 5pm–9.30pm, Fri–Sat 12pm–10pm and Sun 12pm– 9.30pm. The Hove Bank, 64 Western Road, Palmeira Square, Hove, BN3 2JQ, 01273 721182, www.thehovebank.com

The Foragers

Winners of the prestigious Sussex Food and Drink Finals 2012 for Best Eating Experience in Sussex and awarded an AA Rosette for their excellent cuisine. Furthermore, take advantage of their award winning beer garden while the sun shines. To celebrate these accolades they are offering complimentary champagne cocktails to all bookings of ten or more, just make sure to mention Latest 7 when making your party booking. The Foragers, 3 Stirling Place, Hove, BN3 3YU 01273 733134, www.theforagerspub.co.uk

The Gallery Brighton – The Lanes

This restaurant boasts one of the finest outdoor heated street terraces in Brighton. The

Gallery offers the very finest locally sourced steak and seafood, all served in a friendly unpretentious environment. Located in the heart of Brighton’s Lanes, The Gallery is a must for those looking to get into the Brighton swing of things. With live music played on the terrace day and night this restaurant is a must next time you are out and about in the Lanes. They offer a great value lunch (2 courses for £10.95) and evening menu (2 courses for £15.95). Food is served all day. The Gallery Restaurant, 28 East Street, Brighton, BN1 1HL, 01273 773327, www.thegallerybrighton.co.uk

The Old Bank Steak & Ribs

Kemp Town’s friendly new steakhouse restaurant serves delicious food with great service in a warm and comfortable setting. Locally owned and aiming to be the Cheers of the neighbourhood, The Old Bank offers quality steak and ribs, local catch of the day, grilled chicken and vegetarian dishes at great value prices. A great wine list complements wholesome and satisfying food. The kids’ menu is also great value. Open Mon–Fri, 5pm–9.30pm; Sat–Sun, 12pm–10pm; live background Sunday jazz 6–8pm. Open all day bank holidays and now the garden is open. The Old Bank, 120 St George’s Road, Kemp Town Village, BN1 1EA, 01273 682200, www.oldbankkemptownbrighton.com

The Townhouse – Kemp Town

The Townhouse Piano Bar and Restaurant is the perfect destination for those looking to relax in the heart of Kemp Town while enjoying their favourite tipple and the finest local summer menu, and listening to live piano every night of the week. The restaurant has won the ‘Top 10 Restaurants In Brighton’ and is independently owned by a local family. It boasts an amazing lunch and evening menu with locally sourced steaks, lamb, vegetarian and seafood. They offer amazing value set lunch menus (2 courses for £10.95) and evening menus (2 courses for £15.95), Mondays – Thursdays and the best roasts in town on Sundays from £9.95. The Townhouse – Kemp Town, 81–82 St James’s Street, Kemp Town, BN2 1PA, 01273 693216, www.thetownhousekemptown.co.uk

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The Hove Bank

French Cocoa Patisserie

Cocoa is an authentic French patisserie near Brighton station. Everything is home-made 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. Cocoa, 48 Queens Road, Brighton, BN1 3XB, 01273 777412, www.cocoabrighton.co.uk

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 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 £13.95 for two courses, £15.95 for three, Sunday to Thursday; £17.95 for two courses, £19.95 for three on Friday and Saturday. À la carte menu available. Open 6pm. New Steine Bistro, 10/11 New Steine, Brighton, BN2 1PB, 01273 681546/695415, www.newsteinehotel.com

Indian Chaula’s Brighton

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. Gars, 19 Prince Albert Street, Brighton 01273 321321, www.gars.co.uk

Agua Dulce

A second venue for this brilliant Indian restaurant is now open here in Brighton. Superb regional dishes, fresh tasting and exciting. Chaula and her team breathe fresh air into the idea of Indian food with authentic recipes served in bright and stylish surroundings. The cooking is executed with a light touch too, no heavy ghee-based sauces here but an altogether healthier approach – but not at the cost of flavour. Both delicious and affordable. Buffet Meal Deal only £3.99 and £2 for beer or soft drink! (Offer valid from 3 September to 20 October 2012.) Chaula’s, 2–3 Little East Street, Brighton, BN1 1HT, 01273 771661, www.chaulas.co.uk

National Restaurant Awards and runners-up in this year’s Brighton Foodie Awards. Lunch is served 12pm–3pm; Dinner 6pm–10.30pm Closed Tuesdays. Booking essential. The Chilli Pickle, 17 Jubilee Street, Brighton BN1 1GE, 01273 900383, www.thechillipickle.com

Italian Donatello

Flagship venue of this local family-run business serving excellent Italian food in stylish surroundings. Brilliant value meal deals on blackboards – two courses £6.95 or three for £8.95 – as well as à la carte. The haunt of celebs in season from soap stars to politicos. Fun, friendly and fabulous value. Donatello, 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. Fat Leo, 16–17 Market Street, Brighton BN1 1HH, 01273 325135, www.fatleo.co.uk

Mediterraneo Deli

Mediterraneo Deli is indeed a family business, dedicated to serving you the best tasting, truly genuine and most authentic Sicilian food. The family-run deli offers mouth-watering daily specials, birthday cakes made to order and typical Sicilian products. They enjoy catering for all events from lunch meetings to dinner parties and weddings. Every dish is prepared and served fresh to order with ingredients genuinely sourced from Sicily. Open 9am–3pm Mon-Fri, 10am –3pm Sat. Mediterraneo Deli, 2a Clyde Road, Brighton, BN1 4NP, 01273 674350, www.mediterraneodeli.co.uk

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Chaula’s Lewes

Sawadee

The Chilli Pickle

The Green Mango

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 as well as gluten and wheat free dishes. Buffet available 11am–3pm Monday to Saturday. Chaula’s Eastgate House, 6 Eastgate Street, Lewes, BN7 2LP, 01273 476707, www.chaulas.co.uk Local champion of regional Indian cuisine using seasonal, Sussex produce. For lunch you can feast upon a selection of awardwinning King Thalis, street snacks, dosas, Roomali Roti wraps and Kathi Kebabs. There’s plenty of choice for vegetarian gourmands to enjoy too. The Chilli Pickle has been recognised with a Michelin Bib, two AA rosettes, voted Top 100 UK Restaurant in The

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Authentic cuisine in the familiar Sawadee style in Kemp Town’s most popular Thai restaurant. An extensive menu offers variety and plenty of spice. From home-made starters and fiery salads to traditional Thai curries, stir fries of finely sliced meats or prawns, whole fish grilled in banana leaf, or simply pad Thai, the menu has something to suit everybody’s taste. Sawadee, 87 St James Street, Brighton, BN2 1TP 01273 624233, www.sawadeethai.co.uk The Green Mango has arrived to spice up Brighton and Hove. This modern Thai restaurant is committed to giving you the complete Thai experience, with the most authentic food possible. Lunch starts at £4.95, and they’re open every day, so come down and ‘gin yur yur’ (eat a lot!) The Green Mango, 8 Church Road, Hove, BN3 2FL, 01273 327226, www.thegreenmangohove.com


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ANDREW KAY’S FOOD & DRINK

Food & Drink Andrew Kay enjoys Brighton & Hove Food Festival’s Sussex Wine Dinner at Hotel du Vin

Pics: Julia Claxton

A sparkling affair W

ith Sussex winemakers producing such fine vintages these days, especially when it comes to fizz, it is no wonder that the rest of the wine world is sitting up and taking notice. Great wines it would seem are all about terroir and Sussex lies on a circle of chalky soil that runs along the coast and heads back to Rance and to Champagne. When you look at the geography, it makes total sense. This summer the weather has not been good to the grapes and the harvest is predicted to be low, but there is little doubt that the makers will still produce admirable wines. The festival’s gala dinner was a celebration of those wines, but let’s take a look at the food first. Hotel du Vin remains one of our more favoured places to dine; simple bistro fare, usually, but done with style and with a wine list that has some great choices. Only the week before, they won the Make Your Case event in a field of eight wines. We started with smoked salmon blinis, towering blinis to be precise, and very good they were too.

“Sussex has already achieved international acclaim for wine production” Our first course was a cheese parcel, crisp outside and meltingly delicious and strong inside. It came with the most delicious baby plum tomatoes, each one skinned and delicately dressed. Simplicity here won the day, and plates were cleared. Our main course was an elaborate trio of pork, roast loin, belly and a croquette of shredded meat in a crisp breadcrumb shell. With it, a fabulous gratin dauphinoise and a fine apple puree. I loved it all, there was clarity between the separate cuts of meat and a great meat reduction served on the side. There were also bowls of vegetables; nice enough I suppose, but they did look a little like banquetting fare. I shouldn’t grumble – they were, after all, well cooked. Our next treat was a trio of Sussex cheeses supplied by David from La Cave au Fromage. What a great place that is, and he certainly knows his stuff.

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Flower Marie was as ever quite delicious. The Lord of the Hundreds worked well with a quince cheese (membrillo by any other name), but the coupling of a hefty camembert-style soft cheese with truffled honey was sublime. If you have never tried the honey, truffle and cheese trick then I urge you to do so. Dessert was a pear poached in red wine and cleverly stuffed with a rich chocolate mousse. On the side, vanilla icecream and syrup. It was the perfect end to an extremely good, and I have to say generous, meal. So on to the wines. With our canapés the very delicious Victoria from Ridgeview, as pretty a pink sparkler as you could wish for, and winemaker Charlie Holand from the Ridgeview Estate, gave a brief history of how it is made. Simon Woodhead from Stopham then told us a little about his wine and about the estate before Mardi Roberts, again from Ridgeview, told us about our second sparkling wine of the evening. Stuart Barfor delivered our final wine chat about his extraordinary sparkling red from the historic Bolney Estate. It was a fascinating evening, the wines causing much debate around the tables. Sussex has already achieved international acclaim for wine production and wines of real quality: by 2015 the county is looking at producing a total of five million bottles of Sussex wines. Ridgeview are already exporting 20 per cent of what they produce, as well as supplying the Royal Household. Bolney Estate will make between 80,000 and 100,000 bottles this year from their 39 acre estate, that was mentioned in the domesday book, and Stopham are one of the first estates to experiment with popular still wine grape varieties like pinot blanc. In addition to a fine meal and fine wines, I took the opportunity to exercise my new hobby for chugging; not chugging down wine but ‘charity mugging’. The previous Friday I prompted a very generous audience at the Make Your Case event to dig deep for the privilege of seeing (the very game) Simon Broad from wine merchants Ten Green Bottles take his shirt off, and £338 did the trick. And at Hotel du Vin we wrestled a further £185 from a very generous room of guests, already paying for the privilege of being there. The Brighton & Hove Food & Drink Festival is now a Community Interest Company – in a sense a charity – but the directors and committee are agreed that we can raise charity money for other causes. This year our chosen charity is Rockinghorse and we have already raised in excess of £1,500 for them. Ryan Heal, the new Chief Executive, was at the dinner and is delighted that we have chosen to work with them this year to raise much needed funds. So if over the next months you see me rattling a tin, then dig deep. Hotel du Vin & Bistro, Ship Street, Brighton, Sussex, BN1 1AD, 01273 718588, www.hotelduvin.com, www.brightonfoodfestival.com

Light bites Interim Table with Chris Bailey Interim Table is the latest pop up night by Chris Bailey, previously of the Michelin starred Black Rat in Winchester. The Interim Table is a project set up by Chris to serve an intimate number of guests in a unique private residence in central Brighton. Guests will be treated to stiffener and bites followed by a multi-course seasonal tasting menu using the best produce from land and sea, foraged and farmed. There will also be a few unique twists and techniques along the way. The meal will be served on a long, communal table kitchen-side, giving a unique view of everything coming together on the stoves and served by the chefs themselves. Food in season include: artichoke, mackerel, wood pigeon, wild mushrooms, duck, bonfire chestnuts, scallops, truffles, crab,

chard, oyster, quince, nettles, meadow sweet, sea kale, squid, venison, squash, and many more... This multi-course seasonal tasting menu night at an exclusive Brighton residence in Sillwood Road is for a limited number of guests. The menu is created from the finest seasonal ingredients at their peak, with a modern take. Thursday 11 October, 7.30pm Price: £50. Tickets: pre sold via www.chefchrisbailey.com

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Want to update your workout? Get involved with a new kind of exercise this autumn with new Tai Chi and Qigong classes starting this month. Tai Chi is a unique form of Chinese martial arts used both for defense training and for its

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Soul Of The City is a new soul, pop and gospel choir forming in Brighton and are looking for members.

Back in the saddle Juice FM’s Andrea Fox gets on her bike

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he summer months rolled in, and then rolled back out again, and I’ve realised I’ve been doing the minimal amount of running. My head has been turned by summer sports and activities instead! Like sea swimming, and erm, sunbathing, and BBQs! Maybe more emphasis is needed on the ‘activities’ rather than ‘sports.’ But as the nights get cooler, one summer activity that I won’t be waving goodbye to (like my bikinis) is another ‘b’, my bike. Oh yes, I have wheels these days. I’d love to give you loads of tips on good brands and models to pick up expensive, snazzy sports bikes, but mine is a loan. I wanted to try out nipping around town and a friend who I didn’t think could even spell bike, never mind ride one, told me I could borrow hers. My best friend has had my trusty steed since her A Levels but, amazingly, it’s in good condition and looks like a grown up bike. Readers, it’s purple, and the best thing about it: it’s got a basket! It doesn’t have a bell, so I’ve come up with a novel way of alerting tourists to my approach as they meander into the seafront cycle lanes. Shouting ‘DING DING.’

What started as a way to get to the supermarket and back quickly is fast getting out of control. I’ve started memorising cycle route numbers! Heck, I even cycled to and from Fatboy Slim’s Big Beach Bootique at the Amex! Living in Brighton as long as I have, you’d be forgiven for thinking I’d already be an experienced cyclist, but when I moved here to go to university, to be honest, I was too scared! I hid my cycling nerves by blaming the combination of too many English books and too much rain, but really I just didn’t fancy negotiating the Vogue Gyratory at rush hour. But the

Whether you are a beginner or a pro, you are more than welcome. This local community choir rehearses for 12 weeks before performing a live gig at the end of it where all proceeds go to charity. If you are interested, go along for a free taster to see what it is all about. The new term starts this week, running from 7.30pm–9pm at St Paul’s Church, St Nicholas Road, Brighton. Contact vocal leader Vanessa on 07929 265872. www.soulofthecitychoir.com

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flat route from mine to the food shops soon increased my biking confidence, and I didn’t even get my cycling proficiency at school! If you fancy getting a bit Victoria Pendleton or Bradley Wiggins this autumn, here’s my noncyclists guide to Sussex cycle routes you can cycle. First up is the route to Lewes aka cycle route 90. A personal favourite because there’s a high chance of seeing horses and scrumping some apples, and you have the Harvey brewery at the end! Oh, and it’s really flat. The only steep bit is just past the University of Sussex, then it’s pretty much a two mile slight downhill jaunt. It’s barely taxing at all, excellent! And if you are worried about the journey back, there’s always the train. Next up, the cycle to Devil’s Dyke. Ok it’s mostly the bus route and you

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Make sure you’re pro-active this autumn and safeguard your body against the cold. The Optimum Nutrition Pack is the complete programme for all your body’s needs. Each strip contains 3 pills; one with all your vital vitamins, one to boost your immune system and the other containing all the important omega oils. £39.95 for one month’s supply, available from Holland and Barrett www.hollandandbarrett.com If you prefer a more natural alternative for energy boosting and holistic balance, try Vital Greens and Solgar Liquid Vitamin D3 for mental and physical vitality. Available from Revital stores nationwide and www.revital.com follow me on twitter

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do have to negotiate some busy roads and it’s up hill, but the VIEWS! But you will have to cycle back, no bikes on buses. And finally this; the Guildford to Shoreham route. Following an old train line, it’s a 37 mile route that is 90 per cent traffic free. Ok I haven’t done it yet but I’m told autumn is the best time to check it out as the leaves turn. Maybe just one way to start with? Check out cranleighrailway.info/articles for the info. Some more I’m reliably told are good: the undercliff pass to Ovingdean, play ‘which boat would you own’ as you go past the Brighton Marina and wear shades if it’s sunny. Route 21 from Brighton to Crawley, watch out for scary forests. The South Downs Way route, which runs from Winchester to Eastbourne running just north of Worthing and Brighton. Expect epic scenery. And try out the Cuckoo Trail north of Polegate on your bike. Find out more on routes here; nationaltrail.co.uk/southdowns When I think about why I’ve spent so much of the summer on two wheels, I think (if I’m honest) it’s because I like the idea of exercise, sitting down. Dan Gasser and Foxy Monday to Friday from 6am follow me on twitter

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Dear Jacquie Your queries about natural health answered by Jacquie Lane from the The College of Naturopathic Medicine Dear Jacquie Every Christmas holiday I come down with a terrible cold which ruins my Christmas. What can I do to help prevent getting one this year? TJ, Lewes Many people find that when they take time off to relax they often come down with an infection or a cold. It sometimes happens when people go on holiday for example. This may be to do with how the body deals with stress and the fact that it can’t switch off, just because we’ve told it to. Also the holiday period can be overly stressful. Our immune system can protect our body from day to day infections, unless of course it is not functioning properly. One way we can help our body’s immunity is by eating the right foods, e.g. a brightly coloured rainbow selection of vegetables and fruits; getting sufficient protein from fish, beans, turkey etc; getting enough rest (sleep); and enough fresh air and exercise.

Cutting out the sugar, alcohol and white refined carbohydrates such as biscuits, cakes and sweets can help our immune system by ensuring we save room for the good stuff! Look to eat foods that contain the following herbs and nutrients: herbs such as Echinachea, Elderberry extract and garlic, minerals such as zinc, and vitamins such as vitamin A, C, and D, plus probiotics, as good gut health may also contribute to a healthy immune system. After all, approximately 70 per cent of our body’s immunity is manufactured in our gut.

Frequent colds and flu are a sign that the body’s immune system is not at its best. This could be a nutrition deficiency and/or stress induced. Working on your diet and lifestyle is the first step to addressing these issues. If you don’t take in the correct balance to meet your nutritional needs your body will not have the resources to fight the infections. A nutritional therapist will be able to devise a programme especially for you. See your health professional for advice. If you have a general health query that you would like to raise here you can email Jacquie at healthqueriesforWave@naturopathy -uk.com. Please note that Jacquie cannot enter into individual correspondence unless your query is chosen for publication.

Jacquie Lane is a lecturer at the College of Naturopathic Medicine (CNM) and the Director of Studies at CNM in Brighton. Jacquie also runs her own nutrition clinic in Brighton and manages a biological testing lab specialising in digestive issues. Email Jacquie Lane: sunshinenutrition@hotmail.co.uk

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eading up to your wedding day, you will have a lot on your mind and finding time for yourself will prove difficult. At Revitalise, there are some great ways to prepare for your upcoming wedding whether you want to lose weight, de-stress or are simply in the mood for a spot of pampering. Make a day of it with your hens or spend some last minute quality time with your partner before the big day.

Plates to pilates If you find that the wedding date is fast approaching and time is becoming limited, Power Plate classes are a great way to cover the ‘get into shape’ item on your to-do list. In a four week course of two to three classes a week, you can make a big difference to your shape and tone up fast. With each class lasting just 30 minutes, they fit perfectly into a busy lifestyle while giving you noticeable results. Revitalise provide classes for those with all levels of fitness including one-on-one sessions. Power Plates use advanced technology to work with your body’s natural vibrations, transmitting waves of energy through the body which then activate multiple muscle contractions per second. This means you get twice the results of a full body workout. Combine it with Revitalise’s pilates classes for a six-week course to improve your core strength as well as helping you feel in shape for your big day.

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In the know Mr Ayman Fouad, consultant Urogynaecologist, & Siân Moulder, physiotherapist at the Nuffield Brighton Hospital, offer a range of treatments for urinary incontinence in women

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rinary incontinence (UI) is a sudden loss of bladder control that causes you to release urine when you don’t want to. It may happen when you cough, sneeze, laugh, or when you exercise. This is called stress incontinence (SI), however it has nothing to do with emotional stress. SI usually occurs when the pelvic floor muscles that support the bladder are weakened. UI may also happen when you have a strong urge to pass urine and you can not get the toilet in time, this is what we call Overactive Bladder Syndrome (OAB). In OAB the bladder muscle becomes irritable, it may contract at inappropriate times causing a strong desire to pass urine, resulting in frequent urination and may even result in urine being passed involuntarily. UI is a very common condition, and it affects women twice as much as men. Around one in three ladies will experience a urinary problem at some stage of their life. Unfortunately many ladies do not seek professional help due to lack of knowledge about their condition or embarrassment. However the majority of these women can be cured. Pelvic floor exercise (PFE) should be the first line of treatment for SI, and it is highly effective in treating OAB. Women’s Health specialist physiotherapist Siân Moulder comprehensively explores the history of the condition with the client and carries out a detailed pelvic floor examination. She will then advise on, and implement, a PFE regime to strengthen the muscles that support the bladder. Siân will supervise PFE and progress treatment using a range of techniques tailored to the needs of the individual. Treatment of OAB and urge incontinence mainly focuses on lifestyle advice and bladder training. Some women find electrical stimulation and biofeedback very helpful.

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Physiotherapy treatment is successful in resolving or dramatically improving symptoms in the majority of Women with stress incontinence or OAB, enabling the individual to regain control of their bladder. Surgical treatment is the second option if the symptoms of UI continue to persist after physiotherapy treatment. Medication may be prescribed by Mr Fouad to compliment the treatment of OAB. Currently the surgery for SI is minimally invasive – most women can be treated as a day case. Surgery can be performed under local anaesthetic or general anaesthetic and does not normally take longer than 20 minutes. The success rate of surgery for SI in keeping you dry on coughing or sneezing is up to 90 per cent. Surgical treatment is either in the form of a synthetic sling to support the bladder neck or injection at the level of bladder opening. During your consultation, Mr Fouad will discuss with you both options and you will decide on which one suits you the most. If you are experiencing problems with your bladder, do not suffer in silence, remember you are not alone and your condition can be treated with tremendous success. Speak to your GP or contact Nuffield Health today for further information and take control. For direct referrals to Physiotherapy please call 08450454845 and ask for a consultation with Siân Moulder. Nuffield Health Brighton Hospital, Warren Road, Wodingdean, 01273 627008, www.nuffieldhealth.com/brighton Mr Fouad, consultant at Brighton and Sussex University hospitals consults weekly at the Nuffield Health Brighton Hospital and the Nuffiled Health Haywards Heath Hospital. Siân Moulder, holds a Women’s Health Physiotherapy clinic once a fortnight in Brighton and weekly in Crawley at Nuffield Health Fitness and Wellbeing centre.


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REVIEWS | BOOKINGS

L7 Under review Read more reviews of local shows online at www.thelatest.co.uk

COLOURFUL LANGUAGE BLUE/ORANGE, Theatre Royal Brighton, 18 September 2012 ✪✪✪✪✪

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his articulate three-hander from writer Joe Penhall is the second play in the inaugural season of Theatre Royal Productions. First performed in 2000 amidst great controversy, Blue/Orange combines fascinating issues of mental health care, academia politics and power struggles into a single play. Thought-provoking, to say the least, its tale is of a young black mental health in-patient, Christopher, a student doctor, Bruce, and his supervising consultant, Dr Smith. Christopher is about to be released, having

spent his court-appointed 28 days in residential psychiatric care, but Bruce doesn’t feel he is ready or fully diagnosed, and so calls in his consultant to observe and to garner his opinion on the case. Where the doctors disagree, with their own agendas – not the least of which is the book Dr Smith is working on and the missing chapter he hopes to write on cultural context as a reason for the high number of Africandescent Britons currently being treated for psychiatric illnesses – the gloves come off. All three characters are dedicated in their pursuit of what they see to

OVER THE MOON FESTIVAL

Over The Moon, a delightfully intimate and atmospheric festival in the Sussex countryside, provided an awful lot of what any festival-goer fancies. With two music stages, two Talks Tents and a beautifullyarranged Healing Area, it was family-

be right. Oliver Wilson’s portrayal of Christopher encapsulates the pent up energy, anxiety and confusion of a man set on his path, even if that path changes faster than he can see, evoking great empathy and humour. Gerard McCarthy as the young student doctor is passionate and determined, his kindness hinting at a wider naivety of the context of his chosen profession. It has to be said that both actors blow out of the water any clichés regarding the limitations of soap actors, being Hollyoaks alumni and top notch. Taking his place at the top of the power pyramid is Robert Bathurst as Dr Robert Smith. Pragmatic but not without sympathy, and well accustomed to having the power of the ‘establishment’ behind him, Dr Smith is the smiling face of a ruthless system perfectly encapsulated. Sharply written, this is a complex topic communicated clearly and with pathos delivered by all three characters. In turns light of hand, funny, aggressive, and political as the power changes in time between the three again and again, it both captivates and entertains its audience from start to finish. Bravo. Victoria Nangle

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orientated and packed with stimulating and varied entertainment for those of the cerebral and hedonistic persuasion. Highlights were courtesy of the indefatigable, and still monstrously frenetic, Eat Static; the psychedelic stomp of Zub Zub; and the legendary reggae mashup that is Roots Garden. Gregory Sams also deserves mention for his absorbing talk on ‘Ancient Light’. A real success. Sussex Downs, 14–16 Sept 2012 ✪✪✪✪✪ James Gibson

THE BRITISH BEARD AND MOUSTACHE CHAMPIONSHIPS

If you are a facial hair fan and like nothing more than applauding a man for his commitment to growing 'graspable extremities', then hazar! From natural moustaches and mankinis to pure monocle warfare, the British Beard and Moustache Championships boasted a wide range of astounding styles and imaginative designs. There are not many events that bring the young into competition with older generations, however the BBMC did it with dignity setting apart the boys from the gentlemen. A genuinely fun day for all ages and remember, don't mow it, grow it. Corn Exchange, Brighton Dome, 15 Sept 2012 ✪✪✪✪✪ Holly Cozens Did you disagree with our verdict on any of these shows?

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L7 Bookings On sale this week… RUSSIAN STATE BALLET OF SIBERIA

Theatre Royal Brighton, 14–26 March 2013, £37.50 - £13.50, 0844 871 7650, www.atgtickets.com The Russian State Ballet of Siberia comes to the UK bringing to life four of the world’s most beautiful and popular ballets in its exquisite traditional productions: La Fille Mal Gardée, The Nutcracker, Coppélia and Swan Lake.

THE XX

Concert Hall, Brighton Dome, 6 Dec 2012, £21.50 + booking fee, 01273 709709 www.brightondome.org The xx exist in a time and space of their own making. In 2009 the south London trio’s debut album ‘xx’, quietly made at night over the course of two years, bled steadily

Live from Las Vegas. With special guests The Andelini Sisters.

I AM I FEATURING EX-DRAGONFORCE VOCALIST ZP THEART

into the public consciousness to become shorthand for newly refined ideas of teenage desire and anxiety. Three years on, they’re back with a new, number one album, ‘Coexist’, and a new perspective.

The Haunt, 29 Oct 2012, £10 + booking fee, www.thehauntbrighton.co.uk I AM I are a Heavy Rock/Metal band featuring ZP Theart, Phil Martini, Jacob Ziemba and Neil Salmon. ZP Theart is known best for being the lead singer of power metal band Dragonforce, before leaving the band in 2010.

CLAUDIA BRÜCKEN

Concorde 2, 10 Nov 2012, £18.50 + booking fee, 01273 673311 www.concorde2.co.uk Following her sell-out show at Bush Hall earlier this year, Claudia Brücken, the first lady of synth-pop, returns to the live stage in November to celebrate the release of her long-awaited new album, The Lost Are Found.

HADOUKEN!

Concorde 2, 16 Oct 2012, £12 + booking fee, 01273 673311 www.concorde2.co.uk Hadouken! are an English five-piece

THE HAPPY MONDAYS whose music has been described as new rave, dance-punk, indie, grime and hardcore.

THE RAT PACK LIVE

Brighton Centre, 4 May 2013, £27.50/26, 0844 847 1515, www.brightoncentre.co.uk Join the UK’s original Rat Pack concert show, featuring stars of the West End smash hit Rat Pack

Brighton Centre, 30 Nov 2012, £32.50, 0844 847 1515, www.brightoncentre.co.uk After selling out shows throughout the UK on their comeback tour earlier this year and playing at every Festival that matters this summer, the much-loved Shaun Ryder and the original members of the band want to twist some more melon with us, when they bring their classic Madchester sound to the seaside.


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L7 Previews STAGE: AVANT GUARDIANS Award-winning director Nathan Evans comes to Brighton’s Marlborough Theatre

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fter selling out previews at Oval House and the Arts Council’s decibel Showcase in Manchester last year, this creative collision of cabaret, live art and film conceived by award-winning director Nathan Evans comes to Brighton’s Marlborough Theatre. The show features performances by Avant Guardian Angel, David Hoyle, the reigning Alternative Miss World Fancy Chance and Eco-Worrier Extraordinaire Timberlina, who each have just 14 minutes to save the planet. David Hoyle’s career has spanned decades and continents. Whilst manifesting as ‘The Divine David’ he had an eponymous Channel 4 series, plus he’s also fetched up at Sydney Opera House and directed a feature film; his residencies at the Royal Vauxhall Tavern are the stuff of legend. All performances have been developed and directed by Nathan Evans in collaboration with the artists and the support of Arts Council England. As a writer, director and performer his shows have been toured by the British Council, broadcast on Channel 4, archived by the British Film Institute, awarded a few statuettes and presented at venues across the planet. He said; “I came up with the idea for this project when I discovered the TED Talks, which challenge the world’s ‘inspired thinkers’ to give the ‘talk of their lives’ in 18 minutes. I was seeking a way to give artists a guiding time frame and concept to produce a performance when Dale Arden’s voice popped into my head hollering, ‘Flash! I love you but we only have 14 hours to save the earth!’ and I had it.” Nathan has been challenged to create his own 14 minute performance for Latitude and will be creating further performances with other artists as the project develops. The show, which also features cinematic entr’actes created with theatrical radical, Bette Bourne, and video anti-hero, Kate Pelling, have been described by The Erotic Review as “fast-paced, thought-provoking and extremely entertaining’ and “a happy dose of queer cabaret” by The

>THIS WEEK’S MUST SEES John Soliman – Heads or Tails Brighton Dome Studio Tues 25 Sept Box office 01273 709709 www.brightondome.org

Noel Coward’s Private Lives Minerva Theatre, Chichester Until 27 Oct Box office 01243 781312 www.cft.org.uk

Antony & Cleopatra Festival Theatre, Chichester Until 29 Sept Box office 01243 781312 www.cft.org.uk

Dry Rot Theatre Royal, Brighton Until Sat 29 Sept Box office 08448 717 650 www.atgtickets.com/brighton

Guardian. It serves up serious subjects such as ecology, spirituality and politics with a shot of anarchic humour and a dash of radical glamour. Bette Bourne is an actor and founder of the Obie award-winning dragtroupe Bloolips. He’s performed at theatres including the National and the Globe (as he has in nations and theatres around the world). Kate Pelling is an experimental video artist currently doing her Phd at Chelsea School of Art. She’s very tall and beautiful and lives outrageously in London with a seraglio of handsome, young men. Fancy Chance is a burlesque comedienne who made her way to the UK via Korea and the USA to be crowned Alternative Miss World. She’s been at The Roundhouse, La Clique, Udderbelly, Glastonbury, plus the Reading and Leeds festivals. Timberlina captivated audiences in venues including National Portrait Gallery, National Theatre, V&A, Royal Festival Hall, Royal Court Theatre, Royal Vauxhall Tavern. She also charmed the nation in The Weakest Link’s drag special and, in her spare time, tends a National Trust kitchen garden. I Love You But We Only Have Fourteen Minutes to Save the Earth, Marlborough Theatre, Friday 28 & Saturday 29 September, 8pm, £10/8. Call the box office on 01273 570028, or visit www.marlboroughtheatre.org.uk follow me on twitter

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MUSIC: BETH JEANS HOUGHTON & THE HOOVES OF DESTINY A true individual and free spirit returns to Brighton

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CLUBS: COCO LOCO The craziest and messiest international student night, bringing you the very best in UK chart, dance, house, dubstep and R&B. Playing Rizzle Kicks, Beyonce, DJ Fresh, Nero, Rihanna, Eminem, Kanye West and many, many more. Coalition, Wed 26 Sept, 10.30pm–late, £1 before 11pm, £3 until 1am CLUBS: BOOTY BAKERY Residents DJs Blonde Chicks, Tom Baker, Joe G and Oli P ensure their music mix melts in your mouth. Beats baked to perfection with the ingredients bass, electronic and hip-hop. The Tube, Thu 27 Sept, 11pm–6am, £3 MUSIC: FORESTEARS There’s a buzz about this lot, their grab-bag of latina jazz and lo-fi acoustic garage indie seems a mess on the surface, but is actually a

skillfully woven tapestry. This Communion night also features Kins, Filthy Boy, Wolf Alice and Joe Banfi. The Hope, Thurs 27 Sept, 8pm, £5 MUSIC: DAN DEACON Baltimore’s Dan Deacon fuses together the growing intensity of live performances with a background in electro-acoustic composition. Intense and epic, he’s a unique one-man show of incredible musicality. The Haunt, Sat 29 Sept, 7pm, £10 MUSIC: DAN LE SAC Dan’s debut solo album Space Between The Words includes many vocal collaborations, contributing to the laptop cut-up style, which takes a sideways step from the percussive atmospherics that were the backdrop to Scroobius Pip’s words on their albums Angles and The Logic of Chance, embracing electro-pop and psychedelia along the way. Coalition, Mon 1 Oct, 7pm, £10 Dan Deacon

eordie girl Beth Jeans Houghton had been flirting with the public for a few years but it wasn’t until the release of the long delayed debut album Yours Truly, Cellophane Nose earlier this year, that the press and public really took notice. Pigeon-holed as ‘freak-folk’, the album was a glorious technicolor romp that signalled the arrival of a major talent, albeit one perhaps a little bit too off the mainstream to garner mass appeal. Time will tell, but in the meantime she and her band are enjoying their situation. “I’m with my mum on route from the Lake District,” she tells me over the phone. “We just spent a couple of days in a B&B; we do it every year. She’s my best friend. Sometimes I’m my mum’s best friend – when I’m not getting pierced or tattooed, or smoking! “Both of my parents weren’t fussed about me or my brother becoming lawyers or doctors or anything, they always felt like if we were happy then they would be happy. I appreciate that.” A true creative, Houghton largely dispenses with musical orthodoxy, but yet her music makes total sense. It’s a breath of fresh air in the currently stifling musical atmosphere of willful retroism and indie-folk by numbers. “I did music in high school and I hated it – they have all these rules about what is right or wrong. I play guitar, piano, banjo, ukulele, mandolin – most things with strings and most things with keys. I’ve played a lot of things, not every one well. I’m getting a piano tomorrow, for free. A real one. “I was always wanting to make my own music – I don’t know a lot of other people’s songs, I was never very interested in that." Last seen in Brighton as part of The Great Escape, she is back to do a final tour of the album before setting off to LA to record the follow up. “We played straight after a tour of Italy which wasn’t great; not that many people, playing late, and no support band, and I had just woken up and I came up partly in my pyjamas and the room [Pavilion Theatre, Brighton] was full and everyone seemed excited – it was nice to come home to that. “I’ve wanted to be in America since I was a child. I first went there when I was 20 and I have some good friends there now. I listened to a lot of West Coast ‘70’s music as a kid and that’s always been appealing to me. I’ve met a lot of the bands who live in Echo Park and Silver Lake and they are all very supportive of each other – I find in London it’s very competitive. And it’s a lot easier to eat healthily and the weather is good.” The Haunt, Friday 28 September, 7pm, £9 follow me on twitter

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44 LATEST PREVIEWS COMEDY&EVENTS COMEDY: BBC RADIO 2 NEW COMEDY AWARD 2012 See ten acts battle it out for a place in the semi-finals and the chance to be a comedy star of the future joining the likes of previous finalists Lee Mack, Sarah Millican and Rhod Gilbert. Compered by last year’s winner Angela Barnes. Komedia, Tue 25 Sept, 8pm, £7

COMEDY: THE BOY WITH TAPE ON HIS FACE ...aka Sam Wills has officially had the best reviewed show of the Edinburgh Fringe. About to hit big, we have a chat How do you describe your show to people that haven’t seen it? “Um... I describe it as stand-up without talking, that's the easiest way. Usually if you like stand up comedy then you will like my show. It’s using exactly the same tools and format – punch lines – except the only difference is instead of words I use props and people and music.” When did you decide to have no words in your act? “I decided, I think it was back in 2005 in New Zealand. I won a comedy award and at the time it was the biggest comedy award in New Zealand. I was doing another show where I spoke a lot, I still had audience interaction and props but did a lot of talking comedy and I just got bored of my own voice actually, and I decided to do a silent character. The first time I did the silent character I went on stage and within 30 seconds I ruined the routine by talking to the front row. The next time I came back and had decided to put the tape over my face and that’s where the character kinda grew from. So it was more a necessity than absolutely anything else.” Would you consider taking the tape off again? “Oh yeah absolutely. This show came about because I got bored of doing my other show, so I think the moment the novelty of the show wears off then I’ll stop it completely and I’ll move onto something else. There’s always an evolution at some point that you’re gonna go and do something else. The only reason I do this is because it’s fun and as soon as the fun stops, I will stop and kill the character off – in a very dramatic way no doubt. Very sinister or maybe I’ll just peel the tape off and say ‘goodnight’. That’ll be the final thing I do.” So what’s next for you – more BBC3 Tape Face Tapes? “That was a bit of a stepping stone. I decided to have a little play with the medium of television and see what I liked about it and we’re still talking about some new ideas, it was a good show. I would like to evolve it into something else, so we’re still talking through new ideas and bits and pieces which is nice.” The Boy With Tape On His Face: More Tape, Komedia, Tuesday 2–Thursday 4 October, 8pm, £12/10, www.komedia.co.uk/brighton follow me on twitter

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COMEDY: AL MURRAY – THE ONLY WAY IS EPIC Be a part of comedy DVD history as Al Murray aka The Pub Landlord records his brand new show The Only Way is Epic for Universal DVD at Theatre Royal Brighton. Only the tenth date on his tour which continues right through to December, this is fresh as a daisy and ten times as funny. Theatre Royal Brighton, Sun 30 Sept, 3pm & 7.30pm, £26.50 COMEDY: KEVIN PRECIOUS – NOT APPROPRIATE Not Appropriate is the most overused term of disapproval in the teacher’s canon. Join Kevin Precious as he explores his former life as a teacher. A show that will appeal to anyone who has ever taught, or for that matter been to school; parts of which are likely to be not appropriate... Upstairs At Three And Ten, Thurs 27 Sept, 7.30pm, £9/7.50

EVENTS: CHIDDINGLY FESTIVAL Chiddingly Festival returns with an array of workshops, art and crafts, beer, dance, classical, poetry, comedy and music events. Must-sees include the Beer Festival, Morris dancing, Poetry in the Pub, comedian Hardeep Singh Kohli, jazz singing with Claire Martin, Circus Bersecus and the Festival Fiesta dance party. Chiddingly, Thu 27 Sept–Sun 7 Oct, www.chiddinglyfestival.co.uk EVENTS: TESCO WINE FAIR If you’re a complete novice or you consider yourself a wine buff, the Tesco Wine Fair is for you, with over 250 wines from all over the world to taste and explore. You can also learn the basics in a free workshop or ‘wine walks’. A really fun day for learning about your favourite wines. Brighton Centre, Sat 29 & Sun 30 Sept, 12pm £12, www.tescowinefair.com

EVENTS: GHOST WALK Led by a qualified Blue Badge Guide, this ghost walk takes you to ancient catacombs, churchyards and the Pavilion Gardens. Brighton has a large population of ghosts and many recorded paranormal sightings. See where the Grey Lady was bricked up alive and where a murdered smuggler roams seeking rest. Meet outside Brighton Town Hall, Sat 29 Sept, 7.30pm, £7. Booking advised, www.brightonwalks.com

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collages and prints from across his career. Sir Peter Blake, Pallant House Gallery, Chichester, 01243 774557, until 7 Oct 2012, £9/£3.50

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FILM: LOOPER (15) Dir: Rian Johnson Mixing time travel with assassination has been done before, but rarely has it been someone sent to kill a different version of themself. Using slight prosthetics, Joseph Gordon-Levitt is the hard nosed younger version of Bruce Willis. Expect full on action with explosions and stunts turned up to 11. Released Fri 28 Sept, Showing at Odeon and Cineworld

ART: HAROLD MOCKFORD Sussex artist Harold Mockford depicted the familiar rolling hills, woodland and coastal scenes of the South Downs, by transforming them through his use of deep, rich colours and surreal perspectives. This exhibition celebrates the 80th birthday of this distinguished artist. Harold Mockford, Towner Gallery, Eastbourne, 01323 434670, until 30 Sept 2012, £5.50/£4 ART: SIR PETER BLAKE A major exhibition to celebrate the 80th birthday of the godfather of Pop Art, Sir Peter Blake, bringing together important paintings,

FILM: THE CAMPAIGN (15) Director: Jay Roach

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e haven’t had homegrown satire from the States for a bit, but with a rather big election coming up and real life gaffs from politicians hitting the news with such frequency you’re looking for a re-bound, this seems the perfect time for satire to return. Will Ferrell stars as the incumbent and charismatic congressman, used to politicking with the best of them and usually unopposed. Some bigwigs take exception to this and push the mildmannered head of the local tourist board Zach Galifianakis into considering running against him, with their financial and political backing. What results is a plunge into the depths of mudslinging, backbiting and general political depravity, exposing the dirt on everyone in the slapstick style both stars have become known for. Plus with added bite writer Chris Henchy famous for 2010’s The Other Guys, Spin City, Entourage and the Funny Or Die... series. Also starring Jason Sudeikis, Dylan McDermott, John Lithgow, Dan Aykroyd and Brian Cox. Released Friday 28 September Showing at Odeon and Cineworld

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STARS With Val Aviv

★ARIES {Mar 21–Apr 20}

When you are asserting your rebellious need for authenticity and self expression we know you mean no harm. But what if the universal forces for human evolution need you to embrace their mighty authority and are piling on the pressure? Partners can help you explore this conflict of interest.

★TAURUS {Apr 21–May 21}

Your ruling planet Venus is transiting the glamorous and gorgeous drama queen, Leo, and sexy Mars in Scorpio. With sizzling passions, you won’t need a thermometer to feel the heat. Remember, discretion is the better part of valour.

★GEMINI {May 22–June 21}

You’re really on a roll getting a much more dynamic sense of who you are. Of course you have to take full advantage of all the opportunities you’re being offered, but don’t over-extend yourself. Once Jupiter leaves your sign in the spring of next year, you’ll have to carry the torch single handed.

★CANCER {June 22–July 22}

What you learn in the background might be upsetting over the full Moon. A change in philosophy is called for when called to account in a professional situation. Improve communications rather than being needlessly hostile or unreasonable.

★LEO {July 23–Aug 22}

If you’re going to be the ring-master, remember you’ll come across a lot of clowns as much as noble beasts. An emotional impulse inspired by your higher mind could resolve the difference you’ve felt between you and a colleague. Venus may well be in your sign, but all that glistens is not gold.

★VIRGO {Aug 23–Sep 22}

You might feel that partners are being a tad deceptive but with the best will in the world, they would tell you that they’re trying to heal a situation on a spiritual or psychological level. With Jupiter spurring you on, it’s time to avoid the emotional doldrums by going on a short trip to get perspective.

★LIBRA {Sep 23–Oct 22}

Emotional disruptions could somehow be inextricably linked with your health but more on a feeling than physical level. While Venus your ruling planet transits Leo the performer of the zodiac, you could be called into major romantic drama.

★SCORPIO {Oct 23–Nov 21}

Regeneration is the name of the game, like those hundred Spartans on the bridge; it could feel like do or die. Come on relax, there’s time to be a little less intense about things, smokey looks just wont cut it now as ESP is out and clear communication is in.

★SAGITTARIUS {Nov 22–Dec 20}

Over the full Moon you just want to blurt it out, sure that foreign love or sexy intellectual gets you going, but without that visceral engagement it doesn’t mean a thing. With Jupiter in your opposite sign, partnerships formed now are bound to expand horizons.

★CAPRICORN {Dec 21–Jan 19}

You know your whole life is in change as enlightening Uranus and transformative Pluto conspire to give you the pragmatic solutions to your metamorphosis. You don’t have to go live on a commune, just look out for an alternative domestic situation.

★AQUARIUS {Jan 20–Feb 19}

In the past others may have suspected you were being a bit of a cold fish, but the current climate of Mars square Venus has put your libido in a spin. As you well and truly end some lucky so and so’s doubts, you get out of your head and into your skin.

★PISCES {Feb 20–Mar 20}

The contentious Mars in Scorpio has made you more aware of the disruptive and cruel events in some corners of the world. The media may have a more profound effect on you over the full Moon as you look for a solution to your tumbling thoughts. Val Aviv is the presenter for Brighton Lights on Latest TV www.thelatest.tv For more astrological insights and monthly horoscopes visit www.valaviv.com or for a personal astrological reading contact Val Aviv at: astrology@valaviv.com

L7 TV Your weekly TV guide 825 SEPTEMBER – 1 OCTOBER Going from bad to worse at each step, in no small part due to the genius expressions elicited from Davies’ reactions to the situation being thrust upon him, I squirmed and I grinned in equal measure. Outnumbered’s Tyger Drew-Honey is well With Victoria Nangle worth a mention here too as Rachel’s moody teenage brother. More than a simple add-on sibling from the outset with his immediate dismissal of her marriage. “Am I supposed to congratulate you? Anyone could get married. I could get married...” en-route to the fridge. It’s a great ensemble. Helen Baxendale is fun and a bit eccentric. She slightly enjoys her new hat would be one of the worst things your son-in-law’s presence, his comment about a darling daughter could have done upon woman in her 40s putting her passion into her returning after her gap year abroad, food rather than her bed delivered around the destined for a place at Bristol University and happily dinner table being particlarly worthy of spitting ever after? Greg Davies can tell you. This tenderly out your tea in surprise. Tamla Kari carefully slips realised nightmare from the writers of Man Stroke between teenage daughter and young adult in Woman and Roommates, starring our own man love, mixing strops with lust. But it’s the conflict mountain of comedy, Davies, plus Helen Baxendale between Ken and Cuckoo that fuels this puppy. and Saturday Night Live’s Andy Samberg had me Neither wants to argue, and neither see their sniggering and then laughing out own behaviour as conflicting with loud at the hell on Earth protagonist the way of the world. They just Ken’s daughter Rachel (Tamla Kari) see the world differently. Plus “I squirmed has unwittingly created for him. Greg Davies and Andy Samberg The premise of Cuckoo is that and I grinned in are both excellent performers, at upon returning from her time in times sparring wordlessly yet equal measure” transparently. Thailand, Rachel arrives at the airport tanned, happy and This could have been written accompanied by her new husband, with broad strokes, leaden with an arrogant hippy goon from California who she met unsympathetic characters and clashing in the Far East, ready to move in and live off the stereotypes, but as much as they are familiar land of Rachel’s parents – Ken and Lorna. they have been crafted with such detail as to Completely hoodwinked, the parentals stand there make them all quite likeable. You can’t not like non-plussed as Rachel introduces her hubbie parents that sing Salt-N-Pepa’s ‘Push It’ at full dearest, aptly named Cuckoo, surprised they hadn’t volume in the car. Just try. got her Facebook message explaining everything. Cuckoo, BBC3, Thursday 27 September 2012 Ken’s dry response that at 45 he doesn’t check follow me on twitter latestvicky Facebook regularly seems lost on her.

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tuesday 25 Double Your House For Half The Money Channel 4, 8pm This week the Boyes family in Sheffield is literally looking to double their house as they attempt to remodel their 1930s house with a fully rendered twostorey extension. And the Siddiqi family in Wembley want to construct three extensions at once. Sarah Beeny helps out.

The Paradise BBC1, 9pm This brand new drama set in 1890s Newcastle follows the tale of country girl Denise as she adapts to survive in her new and glamorous job at The Paradise, a huge department store in the big city. Oh my! Pretty quickly she’s caught the eye of the store’s charismatic owner Moray. Oh the dangers of the industrial world!

Lilyhammer BBC4, 10pm Frankie the Fix is doing his best to assimilate into Norwegian society in Lilehammer, but sometimes circumstances just seem to get in the way. This bilingual drama continues to highlight the bumps in the road for the ex Mafioso as the man and the land knock the rough edges off each other in a bid to find common ground.

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6.00am Breakfast 9.15 Rip Off Britain 10.00 Homes Under The Hammer 11.00 Britain’s Empty Homes 11.30 Cash In The Attic 12.15pm Bargain Hunt 1.00 BBC News At One 1.30 South East Today 1.40 Doctors 2.10 Only Fools And Horses 3.05 Horrible Histories 3.35 Lockie Leonard 3.55 Leon 4.00 Alesha’s Street Dance Stars 4.30 Trade Your Way To The USA 5.00 Newsround 5.15 Pointless 6.00 BBC News At Six 6.30 South East Today 7.00 The One Show 7.30 EastEnders Masood, convinced that Syed is hiding something, decides to play detective. 7.57 BBC News; Regional News 8.00 Holby City The report on Ritchie Mooney is due in; whose neck will be on the line as George, Ric, Michael and Serena meet with Hanssen? When Max makes Eddi an exciting offer, can Luc resist meddling in Eddi’s affairs? 9.00 The Paradise See highlights. 10.00 BBC News At Ten 10.25 South East Today 10.35 The Lock Up Capturing life inside the custody suite at the headquarters of Humberside Police. 11.15 Citizen Khan Sitcom following the trials and tribulations of self-appointed Muslim community leader Mr Khan and his long suffering family. 11.45 FILM: Confetti (2006) Starring Martin Freeman, Jessica Stevenson, Alison Steadman, Jimmy Carr, Stephen Mangan, Robert Webb. Improvised mockumentary around three weddings featuring a host of talent from British TV comedy. 1.20am Weatherview 1.25 Sign Zone: Watchdog 2.25 The New Forest: A Year In The Wild 3.25 Rip Off Britain 4.10 Celebrity MasterChef 4.40 BBC News

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6.00 – 9.25am Children’s television 9.25 The Large Family 9.40 The Koala Brothers 9.50 Dirtgirlworld 10.00 Chuggington: Badge Quest 10.05 Nuzzle And Scratch: Frock And Roll 10.25 Driver Dan’s Story Train 10.40 Waybuloo 11.00 In The Night Garden 11.30 BBC World News 12.00pm Daily Politics Conference Special 1.00 My Life In Books 1.30 To Buy Or Not To Buy 2.15 The Weakest Link 3.00 Wanted Down Under 3.45 Helicopter Heroes 4.30 Flog It! 5.15 Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is 6.00 Eggheads General knowledge quiz show. 6.30 How We Won The War 7.00 Antiques Road Trip 8.00 The Great British Bake Off Ten home bakers take part in a bakeoff to test their baking skills and battle to be crowned best amateur baker. 9.00 Vikings Investigating the history of the Vikings from their own point of view. The accepted history of the Vikings is of a band of bloodthirsty pirates raiding the peaceful monasteries of Christendom, and whilst this is true, their prowess in battle is only a small part of the story. The Vikings themselves did not write their history, so we have to discover it. Neil Oliver goes beyond their bloody reputation to search for the truth about the Vikings from Newfoundland to Baghdad. 10.00 Later Live... With Jools Holland 10.30 Newsnight In-depth investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day’s headlines. 11.20 Today At Conference Conference highlights. 11.50 The Choir: Sing While You Work Lots of lovely singing. 12.50am BBC News 4.00 Speaking Sport 4.30 Children At Work 5.00 Spark

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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 Dickinson’s Real Deal 3.00 The Alan Titchmarsh Show 4.00 My Tasty Travels With Lynda Bellingham 5.00 The Chase

6.00 Meridian Tonight 6.30 ITV News; Weather Alastair Stewart and Mary Nightingale with the latest headlines from around the world. Followed by a national weather forecast. 7.00 Emmerdale Laurel is rocked by Ashley’s reaction when she decides to move in with Marlon. Cameron is desperate to get Carl his money. Megan is fuming when Declan wrongly accuses Robbie of stealing. 7.30 Martin Lewis’s Money Show In the first of a new series Martin Lewis brings his money-saving tips to ITV. 8.00 Midsomer Murders 10.00 ITV News At Ten & Weather Mark Austin and Julie Etchingham with the latest headlines from around the world. Followed by a national weather forecast and all the news and weather in your region. 10.35 FILM: The Break-Up (2006) Starring Vince Vaughn, Jennifer Aniston, Joey Lauren Adams, Cole Hauser and Jason Bateman. Twist on the traditional romantic comedy formula as a happy couple’s relationship implodes amid childishness and bickering. When neither wants to move out of their luxury apartment, a battle of wits ensues. 12.30am Jackpot247 3.00 Goldenballs 3.50 ITV Nightscreen 5.30 ITV Morning News

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6.10 – 8.00am Children’s television 8.00 Everybody Loves Raymond 8.30 Everybody Loves Raymond 9.00 Frasier 9.30 Frasier 10.00 Undercover Boss USA 11.00 The Renovation Game 12.00pm Channel 4 News Summary 12.05 Simply Italian 12.35 Come Dine With Me 1.05 Come Dine With Me 1.35 Come Dine With Me 2.10 Come Dine With Me 2.40 Come Dine With Me 3.10 Countdown 4.00 Deal Or No Deal 5.00 Gordon Ramsay’s Ultimate Cookery Course 5.30 Come Dine With Me 6.00 The Simpsons 6.30 Hollyoaks Riley is shocked by a surprise visitor, while Bart decides it’s not quite time to face reality. 7.00 Channel 4 News 7.55 4thought.tv 8.00 Double Your House For Half The Money See highlights. 9.00 The Boy Who Can’t Forget Can you remember what you were doing on 15 March 2003? Twentyyear-old British student Aurelien can. He is one of just a handful of people in the world who are baffling scientists with their ability to recall an incredible amount of their lives. This documentary explores superior autobiographical memory. 10.00 Shameless Gritty comedy drama series set on a Manchester estate. Billy discovers a used pregnancy test after Mimi, Karen and Gloria spend the night boozing. 11.05 Comedy World Cup Panel show in which David Tennant referees two teams of comedians as they compete against each other in a knockout quiz about comedy. 12.15am PokerStars.co.uk European Poker Tour 1.15 KOTV Boxing Weekly 1.40 Sailing: America’s Cup Discovered 2.05 International Volleyball 3.00 Mobil 1 The Grid 3.25 Hayfisher Output 2012 3.55 Ironman 4.20 The Jensen Button Trust Triathlon 4.50 Freesports On 4 5.15 Strathclyde Triathlon

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6.00 – 8.15am Children’s television 8.15 Peppa Pig 8.25 Peppa Pig 8.30 Roary The Racing Car 8.40 Bert And Ernie’s Great Adventures 8.45 Bananas In Pyjamas 8.55 Milkshake! Monkey 9.00 Abby’s Flying Fairy School 9.15 The Wright Stuff 11.10 Celebrity Wedding Planner: Jedward 12.10pm 5 News Lunchtime 12.15 World’s Toughest Trucker 1.15 Home And Away 1.45 Neighbours 2.20 Monkey Life 2.50 Looney Tunes 2.55 Looney Tunes 3.10 FILM: Secrets Of An Undercover Wife (2006) 5.00 5 News At 5 5.30 Neighbours 6.00 Home And Away After being told they can take their child home, Heath and Bianca move in to Irene’s which leaves Darcy feeling isolated. 6.30 5 News 7.00 Emergency Bikers 8.00 The Man Who Stopped World War III: Revealed Documentary. Today the public remembers Kennedy and Khrushchev’s public battle of nerves. But away from the spotlight of global politics, is revealed the shocking drama on board a Russian submarine, which brought us close to World War III. 9.00 Person Of Interest High-tech thriller series. Reese and Finch help a schoolteacher targeted by the mob after he witnesses a hit, and the identity of the mysterious Elias is revealed. 10.00 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Forensic drama. The team investigates when two nuns find a woman crucified in the rafters of their church. 10.55 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Forensic drama. The CSIs investigate the mysterious disappearance of two boys who live in close proximity to a known sex offender. 11.55 CSI: Miami Crime drama. 12.50am SuperCasino 4.00 Nick’s Quest 4.25 House Doctor 4.50 Michaela’s Wild Challenge 5.10 Wildlife SOS (x2)

Sky Sports 1 6.00am Good Morning Sports Fans 9.00 Football: Championship 10.30 Netbusters 11.00 SPL Round-Up 11.30 Soccer AM: The Best Bits 12.30pm Netbusters 1.00 Football: Championship 2.30 LIVE ICC World Twenty20 Cricket 6.30 Revista De La Liga 7.30 Gillette Soccer Special 10.00 Revista De La Liga 11.00 Barclays Premier League Review 12.00am Football: Capital One Cup 1.30 Football’s Greatest 2.00 Football Asia 2.30 Revista De La Liga 3.30 Football: Capital One Cup 5.00 Football’s Greatest 5.30 Countdown To The Ryder Cup 2012

Sky Sports 2 6.00am Aerobics: Oz Style 6.30 Thrillseekers 7.00 WWE: Afterburn 8.00 Soccer AM: The Best Bits 9.00 Road To Kona Ironman 9.30 Trilby Tour Golf 10.30 PGA Tour Golf 11.30 Shell’s Wonderful World Of Golf 1.00pm How The 1999 Ryder Cup Was Won 3.30 How The 2002 Ryder Cup Was Won 6.30 Sporting Greats 7.00 Countdown To The Ryder Cup 7.30 LIVE Football: Capital One Cup 10.00 Countdown To The Ryder Cup 10.30 How The 2002 Ryder Cup Was Won 1.30am European Seniors Tour Golf 2.30 Ladies’ European Tour Golf 3.30 Golf: Challenge Series 2012 4.00 Countdown To The Ryder Cup

Sky Sports 3 7.00am Thinking Tackle 8.00 ICC World Twenty20 Cricket 10.00 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series 11.00 Racing News 11.30 Aerobics: Oz Style 12.00pm Showjumping 1.00 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series 2.00 Thrillseekers 2.30 Elite League Speedway 5.00 Football Asia 5.30 Barclays Premier League Review 6.30 DTM Motor Racing 7.30 Fishing Gurus 8.00 ICC World Twenty20 Cricket 10.00 Poker 12.00am Sports Unlimited 1.00 Fishing Gurus 1.30 Great Run Series 2.00 Great Run Series 2.30 Poker 4.30 Close Victoria Nangle

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12.00pm The Middle (x2) 1.00 The 4400 (x2) 3.00 Stargate SG-1 (x2) 5.00 Futurama 5.30 The Middle (x2) 6.30 The Simpsons (x3) 8.00 The People’s Rainforest 9.00 Strike Back: Vengeance 10.00 FILM: Ghost (1990) 12.25am Road Wars (x2) 2.10 Cop Squad (x2) 3.50 Brit Cops: Frontline Crime UK

7.00pm Total Wipeout 8.00 Cherry Healey: How To Get A Life 9.00 Don’t Tell The Bride 10.00 Cuckoo 10.30 EastEnders 11.00 Family Guy (x2) 11.50 American Dad! (x2) 12.35am Cuckoo 1.05 Don’t Tell The Bride 2.05 Cherry Healey: How To Get A Life 3.05 Tourettes: Let Me Entertain You

7.00pm World News Today 7.30 Indian Hill Railways 8.30 British Passions On Film 9.00 Love And Marriage: A 20th Century Romance 10.00 Lilyhammer. See highlights. 10.45 Horizon: Asteroids The Good, The Bad And The Ugly 11.45 Rude Britannia 12.45am Inspector Montalbano

3.40pm Real Housewives Of Orange County 4.40 Beauty And The Geek 5.30 Judge Judy 6.00 The Jeremy Kyle Show USA 7.00 Peter Andre’s Bad Boyfriend Club 8.00 You’ve Been Framed! Top 100 Animals 9.00 FILM: Love Actually (2003) 11.45 FILM: No Reservations (2007) 1.50am Life’s Funniest Moments

1.05pm Heartbeat 2.00 The Royal 3.05 Murder, She Wrote 4.05 Rising Damp 4.40 Home To Roost 5.15 Only When I Laugh 5.40 Heartbeat 6.40 Murder, She Wrote 7.45 FILM: The American President (1995) 10.00 Above Suspicion: Deadly Intent 11.00 Law & Order: UK 12.00am Cracker 1.05 Monk

3.00pm Rules Of Engagement (x2) 4.00pm Ugly Betty 5.00 How I Met Your Mother (x2) 6.00 The Big Bang Theory (x2) 7.00 Hollyoaks 7.30 How I Met Your Mother (x2) 8.30 The Big Bang Theory 9.00 New Girl 9.30 Suburgatory 10.00 The Cleveland Show (x2) 11.00 Shameless 12.00am The Big Bang Theory (x2)

11.30am FILM: Went The Day Well? (1944) 1.30pm Time Team (x2) 3.35 Four Rooms 4.40 A Place In The Sun: Home Or Away 5.45 A Place In The Sun: Winter Sun 6.50 Come Dine With Me 7.55 Grand Designs 9.00 Bulk Buy Britain 10.00 Embarrassing Bodies 11.05 Homeland 12.10am Bulk Buy Britain

11.00am Panic In The Streets (1950) 12.55pm Air Force (1943) 3.20 Brighton Rock (1947) 5.10 Shadow Of A Doubt (1943) 7.20 Hot Shots! (1991) 9.00 Franklyn (2008) 10.50 Detective Dee And The Mystery Of The Phantom Flame (2010) 1.15am Cold Weather (2010)

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wednesday 26 Dead Good Job BBC2, 9pm As the saying goes, the two things you can be sure of are death and taxes. This documentary series looks at the industry behind the first, from a family that decide to throw their own DIY funeral, to a terminally ill woman who holds a ‘living funeral party’ to say goodbye to loved ones before the grave.

Drugs Live: The Ecstasy Trial Channel 4, 10pm The first of two live shows which follow volunteers, including actor Keith Allen and novelist Lionel Shriver, as they take MDMA – the pure form of ecstasy – as a part of a scientific study. Presented by Jon Snow and Dr Christian Jenssen, this addresses a lot of much debated questions.

Meet The Parents E4, 9pm Series two of this ambush reality game show, in which an unsuspecting boyfriend must last the entire evening at his girlfriend’s parents’ house, little knowing that everyone there is actually an actor out to make his visit as difficult as possible. If he survives he and his girlfriend win a holiday. That’s love.

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6.00am Breakfast 9.15 Rip Off Britain 10.00 Homes Under The Hammer 11.00 Britain’s Empty Homes 11.30 Cash In The Attic 12.15pm Bargain Hunt 1.00 BBC News At One 1.30 South East Today 1.40 Doctors 2.10 Only Fools And Horses 2.45 Nigel Slater’s Simple Suppers 3.05 Horrible Histories 3.35 Lockie Leonard 3.55 Leon 4.00 Alesha’s Street Dance Stars 4.30 Stepping Up 5.00 Newsround 5.15 Pointless 6.00 BBC News At Six 6.30 South East Today 7.00 The One Show Matt Baker and Alex Jones present the stories that matter from across the country. 7.57 BBC News; Regional News 8.00 Watchdog Consumer magazine. 9.00 Who Do You Think You Are? Celebrity genealogy series. Actor William Roache has always known that his grandmother, Zillah Waddicor, ran a cafe in Alton Towers in the 1920s and ‘30s, long before it became a theme park. But as Bill sets out to discover more about Zillah, whom he remembers as a kindly elderly lady, he is astonished to find out that the cafe was a far more ambitious enterprise and that, while overcoming a challenging personal life, Zillah was a trailblazing entrepreneur. 10.00 BBC News At Ten 10.25 South East Today 10.35 The National Lottery Wednesday Night Draws 10.45 Not Going Out Sitcom. In a desperate bid to prove his manliness, Lee joins Tim, Daisy and Lucy on a camping weekend. 11.15 The League Cup Show Action from the third round of the Capital One Cup. 12.15am FILM: The Name Of The Rose (1986) 2.20 Weatherview 2.25 Sign Zone: See Hear 2.55 The Tube 3.55 Celebrity MasterChef 4.25 News

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6.00 – 9.15am Children’s television 9.15 Raa Raa The Noisy Lion 9.25 The Large Family 9.40 The Koala Brothers 9.50 Dirtgirlworld 10.00 Chuggington: Badge Quest 10.05 Nuzzle And Scratch: Frock And Roll 10.25 Driver Dan’s Story Train 10.40 Waybuloo 11.00 In The Night Garden 11.30 BBC World News 12.00pm Daily Politics Conference Special 1.00 See Hear 1.30 My Life In Books 2.00 To Buy Or Not To Buy 2.30 Daily Politics Conference Special 4.30 Flog It! 5.15 Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is 6.00 Eggheads Quiz show. 6.30 How We Won The War 7.00 Antiques Road Trip Antiques Road Trip. 8.00 Antiques To The Rescue John Foster helps to prop up struggling historic houses by uncovering valuable heirlooms that the families can sell. The trustees left in charge of the decaying mansion of an eccentric Scottish recluse need John’s expert advice. 9.00 Dead Good Job See highlights. 10.00 The Culture Show A topical series featuring the best arts and culture stories of the week. 10.30 Newsnight In-depth investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day’s headlines. 11.20 Today At Conference Conference highlights. 11.50 Storyville Survivors: My Friend Sam – Living For The Moment As part of Storyville’s Survivors season, this documentary is about an extraordinary man named Sam Frears. Sam, now 39 years old, was born with an extremely rare genetic disorder – Familial Dysautonomia – which left him with only a 50 per cent chance of making it to his fifth birthday. 12.50am BBC News 4.00 The World, My Stuff And Me 4.30 Music, Mud And Making Money 5.00 Your Paintings (x2)

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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 Dickinson’s Real Deal 3.00 The Alan Titchmarsh Show 4.00 My Tasty Travels With Lynda Bellingham 5.00 The Chase

6.00 Meridian Tonight 6.30 ITV News; Weather 7.00 Emmerdale Cameron’s obsession with finding the money for Carl has dire consequences for Sarah. 7.30 Coronation Street Tyrone’s prayers are answered when Kirsty’s mother turns up. Lloyd goes undercover to spend time with his daughter. Sparks fly as Michelle loses her cool with Tracy. 8.00 All Star Mr & Mrs 9.00 Mrs Biggs Five-part drama series about the woman who married Ronnie Biggs. Charmian and Ronnie settle into their new life in Melbourne. They now have a third son and are both making honest livings. But when Ronnie meets up with some old friends from his criminal past he jeopardises his freedom and has to go back on the run. Then Charmian is arrested and her sons are taken into care. 10.00 ITV News At Ten; Weather 10.35 Exposure An investigation into the unregulated world of the funeral industry, with some shocking undercover footage. 11.35 Fisherman’s Friends Documentary telling the story of ten close friends who grew up in the same remote north Cornwall village. 12.25am Jackpot247 2.30 British Touring Car Championship Highlights 3.45 ITV Nightscreen 5.30 ITV Morning News

6.10am Sali Mali 6.15 The Hoobs 6.40 The Hoobs 7.05 Freshly Squeezed 7.35 According To Jim 8.00 Everybody Loves Raymond (x2) 9.00 Frasier 9.35 Frasier 10.00 Undercover Boss USA 11.00 The Renovation Game 12.00pm News 12.05 Simply Italian 12.35 Come Dine With Me 1.05 Come Dine With Me 1.35 Come Dine With Me 2.10 Come Dine With Me 2.40 Come Dine With Me 3.10 Countdown 4.00 Deal Or No Deal 5.00 Gordon Ramsay’s Ultimate Cookery Course 5.30 Come Dine With Me 6.00 The Simpsons 6.30 Hollyoaks Mercedes makes a horrifying discovery, while Bart lies about his antics in an effort to win back Sinead. 7.00 Channel 4 News 7.55 4thought.tv 8.00 The Food Hospital Health series which uses food to try to tackle common illnesses. In this episode, the experts try to help kids to eat their greens, and Lucy Jones conducts an experiment to determine if peer pressure from older kids can influence the eating behaviour of younger kids. 9.00 Grand Designs Property series with Kevin McCloud. Design enthusiasts Mary Martin and Carl Turner want to build something never seen before among the traditional Victorian terraces of Brixton in south London – a home that resembles a giant stack of glass cubes. 10.00 Drugs Live: The Ecstasy Trial See highlights. 11.05 Random Acts 11.10 2 Broke Girls US sitcom. 11.40 New Girl Flatshare sitcom. 12.10am MUSIC ON 4: ITunes Festival 2012: T4 Highlights 1.05 MUSIC ON 4: Spotlight: Urban 1.20 4Play: Boxes 1.35 The Album Chart Show Introduces... 1.45 FILM: Makdee (2002) 3.30 Eating For Two 3.35 You Deserve This House 4.30 Deal Or No Deal 5.25 Countdown

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6.00 – 8.25am Children’s television 8.15 Peppa Pig Roary The Racing Car 8.40 Bert And Ernie’s Great Adventures 8.45 Bananas In Pyjamas 8.55 Milkshake! Monkey 9.00 Abby’s Flying Fairy School 9.15 The Wright Stuff 11.10 Celebrity Wedding Planner: Kerry Katona 12.10pm 5 News Lunchtime 12.15 World’s Toughest Trucker 1.15 Home And Away 1.45 Neighbours 2.20 Monkey Life 2.50 Looney Tunes 2.55 Looney Tunes 3.05 FILM: Cheating Fate (2007) 5.00 5 News At 5 5.30 Neighbours

6.00am Good Morning Sports Fans 9.00 Football: Capital One Cup 10.30 Golf: How The 2004 Ryder Cup Was Won 12.30pm Golf: How The 2006 Ryder Cup Was Won 3.30 Countdown To The Ryder Cup 2012 4.00 Golf: How The 2008 Ryder Cup Was Won 5.30 Ryder Cup 2010 Official Film 7.00 Sky Sports News 7.30 Gillette Soccer Special 10.00 Sky Sports News 10.30 Golf: How The 1997 Ryder Cup Was Won 1.30am Golf: How The Ryder Cup Was Won 4.00 Asian Tour Golf Show 4.30 Boots ‘n’ All 5.30 FIFA Futbol Mundial

6.00 Home And Away John shocks Gina when he suggests they should adopt Jett. 6.30 5 News 7.00 Cowboy Builders Dom and Melinda track down the UK’s most terrible tradesmen and put right their botched jobs. 8.00 Emergency Bikers Documentary series. 9.00 Dallas American drama series. As Bobby and Ann prepare to leave Southfork, JR takes steps to cut his son out of the deal to buy it. John Ross blackmails Rebecca into setting up Mitch Lobell’s son for a drugs bust, and Christopher confides in Bobby about his difficulty choosing between the two women he loves. 10.00 Paddy And Sally’s Excellent Gypsy Adventure Travel documentary with Paddy Doherty and Sally Bercow. Paddy and Sally are in Ireland where they experience what life was like for Travellers on the road a generation ago. 11.00 FILM: Lakeview Terrace (2008) Starring Samuel L Jackson, Patrick Wilson. Thriller. When a couple move to the Lakeview Terrace area of Los Angeles, their neighbour a veteran LAPD cop - instantly objects to their interracial marriage. 1.10am SuperCasino 4.00 Nick’s Quest 4.25 House Doctor 4.50 Michaela’s Wild Challenge 5.10 Wildlife SOS (x2)

Sky Sports 2 6.00am Aerobics 6.30 Thrillseekers 7.00 WWE: Vintage Collection 8.00 Ladies’ European Tour Golf 9.00 European Seniors Tour Golf 10.00 Countdown To The Ryder Cup 10.30 Super League Backchat 11.00 Revista De La Liga 12.00pm Premier League Review 1.00 Football: Capital One Cup 2.30 Football Asia 3.00 Premier League Review 4.00 Revista De La Liga 5.00 DTM Motor Racing 6.00 Boots ‘n’ All 7.00 Futbol Mundial 7.30 LIVE Football: Capital One Cup 10.00 Road To Glory 11.00 Total Rugby 11.30 Futbol Mundial 12.00am Football: Capital One Cup 1.30 Boots ‘n’ All 2.30 Total Rugby 3.00 Futbol Mundial 3.30 Capital One Cup

Sky Sports 3 6.30am DTM Motor Racing 7.30 Golf: Challenge Series 8.00 ICC World Twenty20 Cricket 10.00 Great Run Series 11.00 Racing News 11.30 Aerobics 12.00pm Sports Unlimited 1.00 Fishing Gurus 1.30 Super League 2.00 Thrillseekers 2.30 Aerobics 3.00 Sports Unlimited 4.00 Super League 4.30 Fishing Gurus 5.00 WWE 7.00 Total Rugby 7.30 Inside The PGA Tour 8.00 How The 1995 Ryder Cup Was Won 10.00 Cage Fighter 10.30 Trans World Sport 11.30 Cage Fighter 12.00am Max Power 1.00 Total Rugby 1.30 Futbol Mundial Victoria Nangle

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12.00pm The 4400 (x2) 2.45 Futurama: Welcome To The World Of Tomorrow 3.00 Stargate SG-1 (x2) 5.00 Futurama 5.30 The Middle (x2) 6.30 The Simpsons (x3) 8.00 The People’s Rainforest 9.00 A League Of Their Own 9.30 Trollied 10.00 An Idiot Abroad 2 11.00 Brit Cops: Rapid Response 12.00am Road Wars (x2)

7.00pm Great Movie Mistakes III: Not In 3D 7.05 FILM: National Treasure: Book Of Secrets (2007) 9.00 Be Your Own Boss 10.00 The Revolution Will Be Televised 10.30 Family Guy (x2) 11.20 American Dad! (x2) 12.05am Be Your Own Boss 1.00 The Revolution Will Be Televised 1.30 Cuckoo

7.00pm World News Today 7.30 Great British Railway Journeys 8.00 20th Century Battlefields 9.00 Room At The Top 10.00 London: A Tale Of Two Cities With Dan Cruickshank 11.00 Human Planet 12.00am Tales From The National Parks 1.00 Great British Railway Journeys 1.30 20th Century Battlefields

3.40pm The Real Housewives Of Orange County 4.40 Beauty And The Geek 5.30 Judge Judy 6.00 The Jeremy Kyle Show USA 7.00 New You’ve Been Framed! (x2) 8.00 Top Dog Model 9.00 Girlfri3nds 10.00 FILM: Forgetting Sarah Marshall (2008) 12.15am Piers Morgan’s Life Stories: James Corden

1.05pm Heartbeat 2.05 The Royal 3.15 Murder, She Wrote 4.15 Rising Damp 4.45 Home To Roost 5.15 Only When I Laugh 5.50 Heartbeat 6.55 Murder, She Wrote 7.55 The Adventures Of Sherlock Holmes 9.00 Super Sleuths: Wycliffe 10.00 DCI Banks 11.00 Law & Order: UK 12.05am Monk 1.00 Murder She Wrote

5.00pm How I Met Your Mother (x2) 6.00 The Big Bang Theory (x2) 7.00 Hollyoaks 7.30 How I Met Your Mother 8.00 The Big Bang Theory 8.30 2 Broke Girls 9.00 Meet The Parents. See highlights. 10.00 Rude Tube 11.05 ITunes Festival 2012 12.10am The Big Bang Theory (x2) 1.10 Scrubs

11.30am FILM: The Last Frontier (1955) 1.30pm Time Team (x2) 3.35 4 Rooms 4.40 A Place In The Sun: Home Or Away 5.45 A Place In The Sun: Winter Sun 6.50 Come Dine With Me 7.55 Grand Designs 9.00 24 Hours In A&E 10.00 One Born Every Minute 11.05 Homeland 12.10am 24 Hours In A&E

11.00am Desk Set (1957) 1.05pm The Long Memory (1953) 2.55 Hombre (1967) 5.05 Rear Window (1954) 7.20 The Wedding Date (2005) 9.00 Kingdom Of Heaven (2005) 12.35am Vanilla Sky (2001) 3.20 Close

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thursday 27 Location, Location, Location Channel 4, 8pm North London comes under the steely gaze of Kirstie and Phil as they hunt firstly for a first home for Ify Okoye – who has already viewed a massive 90 properties and has extreme viewer’s fatigue. And secondly for Mike and Rosemary, who have spent six years living abroad and want to put down UK roots.

Crimewatch BBC1, 9pm Mixing up appeals for help with new cases, updates on old cases and victory tales of the ones that didn’t get away – thanks to you. Kirsty Young, Matthew Amroliwala and Martin Bayfield are joined by detectives from across the UK appealing for help and bidding you not to have nightmares.

Room At The Top BBC4, 9pm The second part in the adaptation of John Braine’s classic novel about a young man on the make in the 1940s. Wooing both Susan Brown, the daughter of the richest man in town, and Alice Aisgill, a married older woman, is a tricky business. Giving Susan’s spies the slip, he takes Alice on a trip to the seaside.

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6.00am Breakfast 9.15 Rip Off Britain 10.00 Homes Under The Hammer 11.00 Britain’s Empty Homes 11.30 Cash In The Attic 12.15pm Bargain Hunt 1.00 BBC News At One 1.30 South East Today 1.40 Doctors 2.10 Only Fools And Horses 3.05 Horrible Histories 3.35 Lockie Leonard 3.55 Leon 4.00 Alesha’s Street Dance Stars 4.30 ROY 5.00 Newsround 5.15 Pointless 6.00 BBC News At Six 6.30 South East Today 7.00 The One Show Matt Baker and Alex Jones present the stories that matter from across the country. 7.30 EastEnders Joey, forced by Alice to accept Derek’s help, turns the situation to his advantage. 7.57 BBC News; Regional News 8.00 Waterloo Road School-based drama. Janeece puts her work life ahead of her home life, forcing Chalky to take drastic action. Meanwhile, Rhiannon’s bullying campaign against Scout steps up a gear and Christine is devastated by the consequences of her alcoholism. 9.00 Crimewatch See highlights. 10.00 BBC News At Ten 10.25 South East Today 10.35 Crimewatch Update Kirsty Young, Matthew Amroliwala and Martin Bayfield present the latest developments on the cases featured in the main programme. 10.45 Question Time Topical debate with a panel of prominent public figures and an invited audience. 11.45 This Week A political review of the week. 12.30am Holiday Weatherview 12.35 Sign Zone: Reading, Writing And Rip-Offs – Panorama 1.05 Countryfile 2.00 Rip Off Britain 2.45 Rip Off Britain 3.30 Celebrity MasterChef 4.05 Celebrity MasterChef 4.35 BBC News

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6.00 – 9.15am Children’s television 9.15 Raa Raa The Noisy Lion 9.25 The Large Family 9.40 The Koala Brothers 9.50 Dirtgirlworld 10.00 Chuggington: Badge Quest 10.05 Nuzzle And Scratch: Frock And Roll 10.25 Driver Dan’s Story Train 10.40 Waybuloo 11.00 In The Night Garden 11.30 BBC World News 12.00pm Daily Politics 1.00 My Life In Books 1.30 To Buy Or Not To Buy 2.15 The Weakest Link 3.00 Wanted Down Under 3.45 Helicopter Heroes 4.30 Flog It! 5.15 Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is 6.00 Eggheads General knowledge quiz show. 6.30 How We Won The War How We Won the War. 7.00 Antiques Road Trip Antiques Road Trip. 8.00 Wartime Farm Historian Ruth Goodman and archaeologists Alex Langlands and Peter Ginn turn the clock back to run Manor Farm in Hampshire exactly as it would have been during World War II, when farmers were tasked with doubling domestic food production due to the Nazi blockade. 9.00 The Choir: Sing While You Work The Choir: Sing While You Work. 10.00 Mock The Week Comedy show combining the best elements of panel show, stand-up and improvised games with two teams of comedians. 10.30 Newsnight In-depth investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day’s headlines. 11.20 Mission To Mars: A Horizon Special The programme goes behind the scenes at NASA, as the countdown commences to the landing of a billion-dollar nuclear-powered rover on the surface of Mars. 12.20am James May’s Things You Need To Know... 12.50 The Culture Show 1.20 BBC News 3.55 Seeking Refuge 4.15 My Kite Is Flying 4.30 Little Alien 4.45 The Big Wheel 5.00 In My Shoes: China

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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 Dickinson’s Real Deal 3.00 The Alan Titchmarsh Show 4.00 My Tasty Travels With Lynda Bellingham 5.00 The Chase

6.00 Meridian Tonight 6.30 ITV News; Weather 7.00 Emmerdale As Sarah’s condition deteriorates, Debbie demands to be induced. 7.30 In Self Defence: Tonight The issue of self-defence and the rights of homeowners to protect themselves always provoke public anger and sympathy. Tonight speaks exclusively to one couple who were locked in a nightmare after intruders broke into their home – with dreadful consequences. 8.00 Emmerdale Cameron reluctantly steals from the garage after another threat from Carl. 8.30 The Corrie Years The fourth instalment of the series tells the stories of the kids who have grown up on our screens and how they coped with life under the spotlight. 9.00 Homefront First in a six-part series about the lives of the wives and a mother of soldiers serving in Afghanistan. 10.00 ITV News At Ten; Weather 10.35 The Jonathan Ross Show Jonathan’s guests include actors Michael Gambon and Emily Blunt, and comedian John Bishop. 11.35 Poms In Paradise Documentary series. 12.05am Jackpot247 3.00 In Self Defence: Tonight 3.25 ITV Nightscreen 4.35 The Jeremy Kyle Show 5.30 ITV Morning News

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6.10 – 8.00am Children’s television 8.00 Everybody Loves Raymond 8.30 Everybody Loves Raymond 9.00 Frasier 9.30 Frasier 10.00 Undercover Boss USA 11.00 The Renovation Game 12.00pm Channel 4 News Summary 12.05 Simply Italian 12.35 Come Dine With Me 1.05 Come Dine With Me 1.35 Come Dine With Me 2.10 Come Dine With Me 2.40 Come Dine With Me 3.10 Countdown 4.00 Deal Or No Deal 5.00 Gordon Ramsay’s Ultimate Cookery Course 5.30 Come Dine With Me 6.00 The Simpsons 6.30 Hollyoaks A devastated Mercedes and Riley struggle to cope with events. 7.00 Channel 4 News 7.55 4thought.tv 8.00 Location, Location, Location See highlights. 9.00 The Audience Series in which a person faced with making a lifechanging decision is followed around for a week by 50 strangers, who then deliver their verdict. Anthony Powell is a 28-year-old office worker from Liverpool. He needs help to make the biggest decision of his life: whether to quit his job and go travelling. 10.00 Drugs Live: The Ecstasy Trial The second live programme investigates the implications of a scientific study of the effects of MDMA, including potential clinical uses such as whether it could offer a breakthrough in the treatment of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. 11.05 Random Acts 11.10 999: What’s Your Emergency? This episode looks at the increasing number of 999 calls involving domestic disputes. 12.15am One Born: Plus Size Mums 1.10 Lost Children 2.05 Birds, Balls And Brighton 2.35 Retirement Homes: Channel 4 Dispatches 3.05 You Deserve This House 4.00 Deal Or No Deal 4.55 Countdown 5.40 Baking Mad With Eric Lanlard

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6.00 – 7.45am Children’s television 7.45 Make Way For Noddy 8.00 Fifi And The Flowertots 8.15 Peppa Pig 8.25 Peppa Pig 8.35 Roary The Racing Car 8.45 Bananas In Pyjamas 9.00 Abby’s Flying Fairy School 9.15 The Wright Stuff 11.10 Celebrity Wedding Planner 12.10pm 5 News Lunchtime 12.15 World’s Toughest Trucker 1.15 Home And Away 1.45 Neighbours 2.20 Monkey Life 2.50 Looney Tunes 2.55 Looney Tunes 3.05 FILM: Separated By Murder (1994) 5.00 5 News At 5 5.30 Neighbours 6.00 Home And Away Romeo struggles to trust Indi after he discovers she went riding with Liam. 6.30 5 News 7.00 Classic Car Rescue Documentary series following Bernie Fineman and Mario Pacione as they lovingly restore classic cars. 8.00 Heroes Of The Skies Dramatised documentary series. George Beurling broke every rule in the book yet became one of the greatest fighter pilots of World War II. Against staggering odds, Beurling’s eagle-eyed marksmanship and extraordinary command of his Spitfire helped win a crucial victory that changed the course of the war. 9.00 Making Faces Documentary series about the work of the highly skilled surgeons and prosthetics experts at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham. 10.00 True CSI Forensic investigation series. When an elderly woman is found murdered in her home, police in Worthing, West Sussex struggle to find a motive for the ghastly crime. 11.00 Dallas American drama series. 11.55 Inside Hollywood Get your daily fix of the latest film and TV news from the USA. 12.00am SuperCasino 4.00 Nick’s Quest 4.25 House Doctor 4.50 Michaela’s Wild Challenge 5.10 Wildlife SOS (x2)

Sky Sports 1 6.00am Good Morning Sports Fans 7.00 Good Morning Sports Fans 8.00 Good Morning Sports Fans 9.00 Football: Capital One Cup 10.30 LIVE ICC World Twenty20 Cricket 2.30pm LIVE ICC World Twenty20 Cricket 6.30 Ollie’s Ryder Cup 7.00 Ryder Cup: 2010 Official Film 8.30 Ollie’s Ryder Cup 9.00 LIVE Golf: Ryder Cup Preview & Opening Ceremony 11.30 Greatest Ryder Cup Ever 1.00am Ollie’s Ryder Cup 1.30 Golf: Ryder Cup Preview & Opening Ceremony 4.00 Ollie’s Ryder Cup 4.30 Ryder Cup: 2010 Official Film

Sky Sports 2 6.00am How The 2002 Ryder Cup Was Won 9.00 How The 2004 Ryder Cup Was Won 11.00 How The 2006 Ryder Cup Was Won 2.00pm Ollie’s Ryder Cup 2.30 Ryder Cup: 2008 Official Film 4.00 Ryder Cup: 2010 Official Film 5.30 European Tour Weekly 6.30 Capital One Cup 7.30 LIVE Victory Shield 9.30 The Footballers’ Football Show 11.00 Capital One Cup 12.00am Barclays Premier League World 12.30 IAAF Athletix 1.00 Live NFL 5.00 Close

Sky Sports 3 6.00am Aerobics: Oz Style 6.30 Thrillseekers 7.00 WWE: Experience 8.00 British Rallyzone 8.30 Aerobics: Oz Style 9.00 Road To Glory 10.00 FIBA World Basketball 10.30 FIFA Futbol Mundial 11.00 Racing News 11.30 Aerobics: Oz Style 12.00pm Boots ‘n’ All 1.00 Football: Capital One Cup 2.30 BMX Supercross World Cup: Lifestyle 3.00 Road To Glory 4.00 Boots ‘n’ All 5.00 NFL - Total Access 6.00 NRL Fulltime 6.30 Ringside 7.30 LIVE Premier League Snooker 11.00 WWE: Late Night Raw 1.00am WWE NXT 2.00 ICC World Twenty20 Cricket 4.00 Close

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12.15pm The 4400 (x2) 3.00 Stargate SG-1(x2) 5.00 Futurama 5.30 The Middle (x2) 6.30 Raising Hope 7.00 The Simpsons (x2) 8.00 Sinbad 9.00 Moone Boy 9.30 Trollied 10.00 A League Of Their Own 11.00 Brit Cops: Rapid Response 12.00am Road Wars (x2) 2.00 Cop Squad (x2) 3.50 Brit Cops: Frontline Crime

7.00pm The World’s Strictest Parents 8.00 Don’t Tell The Bride 9.00 Russell Howard’s Good News 9.30 Cuckoo 10.00 Wilfred 10.25 Great Movie Mistakes 2 10.30 EastEnders 11.00 Family Guy (x2) 11.50 American Dad! (x2) 12.35am Russell Howard 1.05 The Revolution Will Be Televised 1.35 Wilfred

7.00pm World News Today 7.30 Top Of The Pops: 1977 8.00 Horizon: Seeing Stars 9.00 Room At The Top. See highlights. 10.00 The Bridges That Built London With Dan Cruickshank 11.00 Lilyhammer 11.45 Let’s Have A Party! The Piano Genius Of Mrs Mills 12.45am Only Connect 1.15 Health Before The NHS

1.30pm The Jeremy Kyle Show (x2) 3.40 The Real Housewives Of Orange County 4.40 Beauty And The Geek 5.30 Judge Judy 6.00 The Jeremy Kyle Show USA 7.00 You’ve Been Framed! Top 100 Animals 8.00 The X Factor USA 10.00 Celebrity Juice 10.45 FILM: The Bourne Identity (2002) 1.10am Winners & Losers

2.05pm The Royal 3.15 Murder, She Wrote 4.15 Rising Damp 4.45 Home To Roost 5.15 Only When I Laugh 5.50 Heartbeat 6.55 Murder, She Wrote 7.55 Agatha Christie’s Poirot 9.00 The Seasons With Alan Titchmarsh 10.00 Wire In The Blood 11.00 Law & Order: UK 12.00am Crime Connections

5.00pm How I Met Your Mother (x2) 6.00 The Big Bang Theory (x2) 7.00 Hollyoaks 7.30 How I Met Your Mother 8.00 The Big Bang Theory 8.30 How I Met Your Mother 9.00 2 Broke Girls 9.30 New Girl 10.00 Franklin & Bash 11.00 8 Out Of 10 Cats: Uncut 11.50 The Big Bang Theory (x2) 12.50am Scrubs

11.40am FILM: All That Heaven Allows (1955) 1.00pm Time Team (x2) 3.35 4 Rooms 4.40 A Place In The Sun: Home Or Away 5.45 A Place In The Sun: Winter Sun 6.50 Come Dine With Me 7.55 Grand Designs Revisited 9.00 Thelma’s Gypsy Girls 10.00 The Closer 11.05 Homeland 12.10am Thelma’s Gypsy Girls

11.00am Late Spring (1949) 1.10pm The Lavender Hill Mob (1951) 2.45 Paper Moon (1973) 4.50 Saboteur (1942) 7.00 Sister Act (1992) 9.00 JFK (1991) 12.35am Paprika (2006) 2.20 The Only Son (1936) 4.00 Close

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friday 28 Miranda BBC1, 8.30pm We’ve all had ‘Miranda’ moments. When our arms have felt like Mr Tickle’s and knocked everything off their perches, where a mother is destined to carry on blithely despite protests, and when that dishy chap you’ve just got together with heads off to some exotic land we become a sofa monster. Class comedy.

FILM: Quantum Of Solace ITV1, 10.35pm Daniel Craig returns in his second outing as the suave but rough around the edges British spy, hot on the tail of an assassin who had his sights on Bond’s commander in chief at MI5. Not being the most stable of characters, James doesn’t take well to the people he actually likes being threatened.

Russell Howard’s Good News BBC3, 9pm Series seven kicks off with Russell’s views and light-hearted take on current affairs. Picking over the main stories, as well as some of the more obscure ones to brighten your weekend. As this is the extended version you’ll get the mystery guest and a new bright young comic included too.

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6.00am Breakfast 9.15 Rip Off Britain 10.00 Homes Under The Hammer 11.00 Britain’s Empty Homes 11.30 Cash In The Attic 12.15pm Bargain Hunt 1.00 BBC News At One 1.30 South East Today 1.40 Doctors 2.10 Only Fools And Horses 3.05 Horrible Histories 3.35 Lockie Leonard 3.55 Leon 4.00 Alesha’s Street Dance Stars 4.30 Blue Peter 5.00 Newsround 5.15 Pointless 6.00 BBC News At Six 6.30 South East Today 7.00 The One Show Chris Evans and Alex Jones present the stories that matter from across the country. 7.30 Cash Britain Observational documentary series. 7.57 BBC News; Regional News 8.00 EastEnders Roxy is shocked by Michael’s erratic behaviour; can she get through to him? 8.30 Miranda See highlights. 9.00 Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow Mr M assembles a collection of some of today’s best comics and shares his gems of live comedy. 9.30 Mrs Brown’s Boys Comedy series about a loudmouthed Irish matriarch. 10.00 BBC News At Ten 10.25 South East Today 10.35 Would I Lie To You? The Unseen Bits Highlights of previously unseen material from the comedy panel show. 11.05 Come Fly With Me Featuring the many characters created by Matt Lucas and David Walliams. 11.35 The National Lottery Friday Night Draws 11.45 EastEnders Phil is on a crusade to sort out the Vic. 1.35am Weatherview 1.40 Sign Zone: Hairy Bikers’ Bakeation 2.40 Question Time 3.40 Rip Off Britain 4.25 BBC News

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6.00 – 9.15am Children’s television 9.15 Raa Raa The Noisy Lion 9.25 The Large Family 9.40 The Koala Brothers 9.50 Dirtgirlworld 10.00 Chuggington: Badge Quest 10.05 Nuzzle And Scratch: Frock And Roll 10.25 Driver Dan’s Story Train 10.40 Waybuloo 11.00 In The Night Garden 11.30 BBC World News 12.00pm Daily Politics 1.00 My Life In Books 1.30 To Buy Or Not To Buy 2.15 The Weakest Link 3.00 Wanted Down Under 3.45 Helicopter Heroes 4.30 Flog It! 5.15 Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is 6.00 Eggheads Quiz show. 6.30 How We Won The War 7.00 Antiques Road Trip 8.00 Mastermind John Humphrys asks the questions as four contenders take the walk to the black chair. Subjects are: the life and career of George Harrison, the history of Rome until 1944, Everest mountaineering and Anthony Powell’s A Dance to the Music of Time. 8.30 Gardeners’ World Gardening magazine. 9.00 Servants: The True Story Of Life Below Stairs Servants: The True Story of Life Below Stairs. 10.00 QI Stephen Fry hosts the hilarious, mind-expanding quiz in which the aim is to be interesting. 10.30 Newsnight In-depth investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day’s headlines. 11.05 Later... With Jools Holland Later... with Jools Holland returns for its 40th series. 12.00am Golf: Ryder Cup Hazel Irvine presents highlights from Medinah Country Club, Illinois, of the first day’s play at the 39th Ryder Cup. The European team, captained by Jose Maria Olazabal, begin the defence of the title they regained from the USA at Celtic Manor two years ago. 2.05 BBC News

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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 Dickinson’s Real Deal 3.00 The Alan Titchmarsh Show 4.00 My Tasty Travels With Lynda Bellingham 5.00 The Chase

6.05am The Treacle People 6.15 The Hoobs 6.40 The Hoobs 7.05 Freshly Squeezed 7.35 According To Jim 8.00 Everybody Loves Raymond 8.30 Everybody Loves Raymond 8.55 Frasier 9.30 Frasier 10.00 Undercover Boss USA 11.00 The Renovation Game 12.00pm Channel 4 News Summary 12.05 Come Dine With Me 1.05 Channel 4 Racing 3.10 Countdown 4.00 Deal Or No Deal 5.00 Gordon Ramsay’s Ultimate Cookery Course 5.30 Come Dine With Me

6.00 Meridian Tonight 6.30 ITV News; Weather 7.00 Emmerdale Carl uses his hold over Cameron and demands he gets Chas to return. Priya’s plan to use Robbie to get to David backfires when Robbie gets wind of it. Laurel and Ashley are concerned for Gabby when she doesn’t settle in at Marlon’s. 7.30 Coronation Street Tyrone fears the worst when Ruby vanishes. Ryan and Michelle lock horns over Tracy. Ken and Wendy clear the air and agree to work together. 8.00 Island Hospital Third in a 12part series following the staff and patients of the Princess Elizabeth Hospital in Guernsey, which serves the six islands of the Bailiwick. It is the 66,000 residents’ only general hospital, and the staff need to be able to deal with every type of emergency and eventuality. 8.30 Coronation Street Tyrone bears the brunt of Kirsty’s row with her parents. Ken keeps his meeting with Wendy a secret from Deirdre. Lloyd and Jenna make significant progress. 9.00 Piers Morgan’s Life Stories 10.00 ITV News At Ten; Weather 10.35 FILM: Quantum Of Solace (2008) See highlights. 12.30am The Store 2.40 FILM: A Clockwork Orange (1971) 5.00 ITV Nightscreen 5.30 ITV Morning News

6.00 The Simpsons 6.30 Hollyoaks Mercedes makes a shocking accusation on live television. 7.00 Channel 4 News 7.55 4thought.tv 8.00 Baggage Gok Wan hosts the dating game show where contestants must choose and reject potential partners on the basis of their baggage. Who will find love and win a romantic holiday? 9.00 The Million Pound Drop Live Davina McCall enlists some special celebrity guests to help out in the game show where contestants face the daunting drop in the hope of taking home some life-changing money. 10.00 Alan Carr: Chatty Man Alan is joined by Jessie J, who chats about her new autobiography, and One Direction, who talk about their new album and single. Music is from US singer Alicia Keys. 11.10 Rude Tube Alex Zane and his talking computer, voiced by Johnny Vegas, take another journey through the Clipiverse. 12.10am Friday Night Dinner 12.45 Celebrity Bedlam 1.10 Random Acts 1.15 The Big Bang Theory 1.40 My Name Is Earl (x2) 2.25 Napoleon Dynamite 2.50 Allen Gregory 3.15 St Elsewhere 4.00 Deal Or No Deal 4.55 Countdown 5.40 Baking Mad With Eric Lanlard

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6.00 – 7.35am Children’s television 7.35 Thomas & Friends 7.45 Make Way For Noddy 8.00 Fifi And The Flowertots 8.15 Peppa Pig 8.25 Peppa Pig 8.35 Roary The Racing Car 8.45 Bananas In Pyjamas 8.55 Milkshake! Monkey 9.00 Abby’s Flying Fairy School 9.15 The Wright Stuff 11.10 Celebrity Wedding Planner 12.10pm 5 News Lunchtime 12.15 World’s Toughest Trucker 1.15 Home And Away 1.45 Neighbours 2.20 Monkey Life 2.50 Looney Tunes 3.05 FILM: The Incident (1990) 5.00 5 News At 5 5.30 Neighbours 6.00 Home And Away After confiding in Marilyn about his fears over his wife, Romeo loses the plot when he catches Liam and Indi together. 6.30 5 News 7.00 Heroes Of The Skies Dramatised documentary series recreating the most heroic airborne combat missions in history. 8.00 Eddie Stobart: Trucks And Trailers Observational documentary series following the daily activities of the legendary Eddie Stobart haulage company. Fiona gets hot under the collar delivering 26 tonnes of ice. 9.00 Being Liverpool Fly-on-thewall documentary series going behind the scenes of Liverpool FC. Brendan Rodgers begins to rebuild Liverpool Football Club from the inside out. 10.00 FILM: True Crime (1999) Starring Clint Eastwood, Isaiah Washington, Denis Leary, Lisa Hamilton, James Woods. Thriller. Aging investigative reporter Steve Everett is given an unusual assignment – the final interview with condemned murderer Frank Beechum. During his research, he finds several discrepancies in the evidence, and a visit to death row only confirms his suspicions that Beechum is innocent. 12.20am SuperCasino 4.00 Motorsport Mundial 4.25 House Doctor 4.50 Michaela’s Wild Challenge 5.10 Wildlife SOS (x2)

Sky Sports 1 6.00am Good Morning Sports Fans 7.00 Good Morning Sports Fans 8.00 Good Morning Sports Fans 9.00 Ryder Cup: 2008 Official Film 10.30 Ryder Cup: 2010 Official Film 12.00pm Ollie’s Ryder Cup 12.30 LIVE Golf: Ryder Cup 2012 6.30 LIVE Golf: Ryder Cup 2012 12.30am Golf: Ryder Cup 2012 1.30 Fantasy Football Club 2.30 Barclays Premier League Preview 3.00 Golf: Ryder Cup 2012 4.00 ICC World Twenty20 Cricket

Sky Sports 2 6.00am Aerobics: Oz Style 6.30 Thrillseekers 7.00 WWE: Raw 9.00 The Footballers’ Football Show 10.30 LIVE ICC World Twenty20 Cricket 2.30pm LIVE ICC World Twenty20 Cricket 6.30 Thrillseekers 7.00 Barclays Premier League Preview 7.30 LIVE Super League 10.00 Fantasy Football Club 11.00 Barclays Premier League Preview 11.30 FIFA Futbol Mundial 12.00am Super League 2.00 Ringside 3.00 NRL Fulltime 3.30 Super League 5.30 NRL Fulltime

Sky Sports 3 8.00am ICC World Twenty20 Cricket 10.00 IAAF Athletix 10.30 NRL Fulltime 11.00 Racing News 11.30 Aerobics: Oz Style 12.00pm NFL 2.00 Thrillseekers 2.30 Aerobics: Oz Style 3.00 Ringside 4.00 The Rugby Club 5.00 WWE: Raw 7.00 Tight Lines 8.00 ICC World Twenty20 Cricket 10.00 WWE: Late Night Smackdown 12.00am WWE: Late Night Bottom Line 1.00 ICC World Twenty20 Cricket 3.00 NFL 5.00 Thrillseekers 5.30 Aerobics: Oz Style

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12.00pm The Middle (x2) 1.00 The 4400 (x2) 3.00 Stargate SG-1 (x2) 5.00 Futurama 5.30 The Middle (x2) 6.30 The Simpsons (x4) 8.30 Spy 9.00 Trollied 9.30 Moone Boy 10.00 Walking And Talking 10.30 A League Of Their Own 11.00 An Idiot Abroad 2 12.00am Moone Boy 12.30 Road Wars (x2) 2.00 Cop Squad

7.00pm Great Movie Mistakes 7.15 Doctor Who 8.00 Be Your Own Boss 9.00 Russell Howard’s Good News Extra. See highlights. 9.45 Live At The Apollo 10.30 EastEnders 11.00 Cuckoo 11.30 Chris Ramsey’s Comedy Fringe 12.00am Family Guy (x2) 12.50 American Dad! (x2)

7.00pm World News Today 7.30 Leeds International Piano Competition 2012 8.30 Sounds Of The 70s 2: Reggae - Stir It Up 9.00 George Harrison: Living In The Material World 10.35 George Harrison: Living In The Material World 12.30am ... Sings The Beatles 1.30 Guitar Heroes At The BBC

4.40pm Beauty And The Geek 5.30 Judge Judy 6.00 The Jeremy Kyle Show USA 7.00 Top Dog Model 8.00 Totally Bonkers Guinness World Records 8.30 New You’ve Been Framed! 9.00 The X Factor USA 10.00 FILM: American Pie (1999) 12.00am Mark Wright’s Hollywood Nights 1.00 Guinness World Records

11.00am A Touch Of Frost 1.05pm Heartbeat 2.05 The Royal 3.15 Murder, She Wrote 4.15 Rising Damp 4.45 Home To Roost 5.15 Only When I Laugh 5.50 Heartbeat 6.55 Murder, She Wrote 7.55 Agatha Christie’s Poirot 9.00 Crime Connections 10.00 Wire In The Blood 11.00 Law & Order: UK 12.00am Monk

3.00pm Rules Of Engagement (x2) 4.00 Ugly Betty 5.00 How I Met Your Mother (x2) 6.00 The Big Bang Theory (x2) 7.00 Hollyoaks 7.30 How I Met Your Mother 8.00 The Big Bang Theory 8.30 2 Broke Girls 9.00 FILM: Mr & Mrs Smith (2005) 11.20 Revenge 12.20am The Big Bang Theory (x2)

11.25am FILM: Murphy’s War (1971) 1.30pm Time Team (x2) 3.35 4 Rooms 4.40 A Place In The Sun: Home Or Away 5.45 A Place In The Sun: Winter Sun 6.50 Come Dine With Me 7.55 Grand Designs 9.00 FILM: Double Jeopardy (1999) 11.05 Homeland 12.05am Father Ted (x2) 1.15 Come Dine With Me

11.00am The Man Who Knew Too Little (1997) 12.50pm Double Take (2009) 2.30 Lifeboat (1944) 4.25 Topaz (1969) 7.10 Black Knight (2001) 9.00 Beverly Hills Cop II (1987) 11.05 Copycat (1995) 1.25am All The Boys Love Mandy Lane (2006)

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saturday 29 Doctor Who BBC1, 7.20pm Fast usurping the Daleks and Cybermen as the most frequent visitor to nightmares, the Weeping Angels are back, and this time – like the Muppets – they plan to take Manhattan. With Rory’s life in danger Amy and the Doctor must find him before it’s too late. Good thing an old friend’s on hand.

The X Factor ITV1, 8pm OMG! It’s the judges’ houses, which means there are only 24 contestants left and they all want it THIS MUCH! Gary Barlow takes his batch to an English stately home, Nicole Scherzinger to a luxury resort in Dubai (as you do), Tulisa’s crew go to a Caribbean island, and Louis’ posse head to Las Vegas, baby. Audition or hols?

Russell Howard’s Good News Extra BBC3, 10pm The extended edition of this topical comedy show is packed full of extras – hence the title. Geddit? Checking out the big news stories of the week, as well as the weird and wonderful titbits that may have escaped your notice. Plus stand-up from a rising star of comedy.

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6.00am Breakfast 10.00 Saturday Kitchen Live 11.30 Nigellissima 12.00pm BBC News 12.10 South East Today 12.15 Football Focus 1.00 Bargain Hunt 2.00 Homes Under The Hammer 3.00 Escape To The Country 4.00 Final Score 5.25 BBC News 5.35 South East Today 5.40 A Question Of Sport: 2012 Olympics Special 6.20 Total Wipeout Richard Hammond presents the game show, assisted from the sidelines by Amanda Byram. Crashes, smashes and hilarious mud splashes are on the cards as 20 contestants take on one of television’s largest and most extreme obstacle courses. They journey across the globe to the purpose-built Total Wipeout course in Argentina to put their strength, balance and bravery to the test in the hope of winning £10,000. 7.20 Doctor Who See highlights. 8.05 The National Lottery: Secret Fortune 9.00 Casualty Fletch plays a practical joke on Lloyd after a staff night out, and Dylan attempts to teach a medical student about the dangers of alcohol abuse. 9.50 BBC News 10.10 Match Of The Day Gabby Logan presents highlights from all of the day’s Premier League games, which include a lunchtime London derby between Arsenal and Chelsea. Although last season’s game at the Emirates ended 0-0, the reverse fixture between the sides earlier in the campaign saw Arsenal winning 5-3. 11.40 The Football League Show Highlights and analysis from the Football League. 12.50am FILM: Point Blank (1967) 2.20 Weatherview 2.25 BBC News

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6.00am Zigby 6.10 Louie 6.20 Little Robots 6.30 64 Zoo Lane 6.40 Dipdap 6.45 Rastamouse 7.00 Roar 7.30 Project Parent 8.00 The Scooby-Doo Show 8.20 Dennis & Gnasher 8.30 Trapped: Ever After 9.00 12 Again 9.30 Sorry, I’ve Got No Head 10.00 Cop School 10.30 Diddy Movies 10.45 MOTD Kickabout 11.00 Golf: Ryder Cup 1.00pm FILM: The Swarm (1978) 3.30 FILM: The Triple Cross (1967) 5.30 Wartime Farm

6.30 Flog It! Members of the public are invited to try to make money out of their antiques by taking a risk at auction. 7.30 Dad’s Army Classic wartime sitcom. 8.00 Servants: The True Story Of Life Below Stairs Series about the real history of Britain’s servants. Dr Pamela Cox looks at the grand houses of the Victorian ruling elite large country estates dependent on an army of staff toiling away below stairs. 9.00 QI XL Stephen Fry hosts the hilarious, mind-expanding quiz in which the aim is to be interesting. 9.45 The Thick Of It Political sitcom. With Nicola safely on a train to attend the party’s Here 2 Hear event in far-flung Bradford, Malcolm is free to launch his latest plot against the leader of the opposition. 10.15 The Clintons Documentary series exploring the sordid scandal and grand achievement of one of the most successful politicians in modern American history. In this programme, Clinton pulls off one of the greatest turnarounds in political history with his landslide re-election in 1996. 11.15 TOTP2 Bee Gees Special A Bee Gees special featuring an interview with Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb, and performances specially recorded for TOTP2. 12.00am Golf: Ryder Cup

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6.00 –º 7.25am Children’s television 7.25 Rated A For Awesome 7.40 Rated A For Awesome 7.50 Horrid Henry 8.05 Horrid Henry 8.20 Horrid Henry 8.35 Shake It Up 9.00 My Phone Genie 9.25 ITV News 9.30 The Jeremy Kyle Show USA 10.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show USA 11.20 The X Factor 12.50pm ITV News & Weather 12.55 You’ve Been Framed! 1.20 All Star Family Fortunes 2.05 FILM: Any Which Way You Can (1980) 4.10 FILM: Mr Bean’s Holiday (2007) 5.45 Meridian News And Weather 6.00 ITV News; Weather . 6.15 New You’ve Been Framed! Award-winning comedy from the UK’s favourite video voyeur, Harry Hill. 6.45 Fool Britannia Award-winning comedian Dom Joly is back, this time attempting to fool an entire nation. Armed with a truckload of hidden cameras and devious disguises. 7.15 Red Or Black? Ant and Dec return with more adrenaline-fuelled action, as eight contestants compete for a place in the final four using their skill, judgement and a little luck. Standing in their way tonight are two champion martial artists who go head to head in a race to smash their way through a tough course. 8.00 The X Factor See highlights. 9.50 Red Or Black? Ant and Dec’s exciting game show continues. Earlier this evening, eight contestants became four in the battle to win at least half a million pounds. 10.35 The Jonathan Ross Show Jonathan welcomes grumpy comedian Jack Dee; the biggest magician in the country, Dynamo; and Harry Potter star Emma Watson. Plus Gwen Stefani rejoins her No Doubt bandmates for a live performance. 11.35 ITV News; Weather 11.50 Take Me Out Paddy McGuinness tempts 30 single ladies with some more possible hot dates. 1.00am The Store 3.00 In Plain Sight 3.50 ITV Nightscreen 5.30 News

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6.05am The Hoobs 6.30 British Formula Ford 7.00 FIM Superbike World Championship 2012 7.25 Mobil 1 The Grid 7.55 The Morning Line 8.50 Real Stories: Pink 9.50 ITunes Festival 2012: T4 Highlights 10.25 New Girl 10.55 Revenge 11.50 Suburgatory 12.20pm The Big Bang Theory 12.50 The Big Bang Theory 1.15 The Simpsons 1.50 Channel 4 Racing 3.55 Come Dine With Me: Ireland 4.20 Come Dine With Me: Ireland 4.55 Come Dine With Me: Ireland 5.25 Come Dine With Me: Ireland (x2) 6.25 Baggage Gok Wan hosts the dating game show where contestants must choose and reject potential partners on the basis of their baggage. Who will find love and win a romantic holiday? 7.25 Channel 4 News 7.55 4thought.tv 8.00 Comedy World Cup Panel show in which David Tennant referees two teams of comedians as they compete against each other in a knockout quiz about comedy. Each team is made up of three comedians a captain in their 30s or 40s, an over50 comedy legend and a newcomer in their 20s or 30s. Johnny Vegas and team mates Josh Widdicombe and Mick Miller take on Phill Jupitus, Roisin Conaty and Barry Cryer. 9.00 The Million Pound Drop Live Davina McCall enlists some special celebrity guests to help out in the game show where contestants face the daunting drop in the hope of taking home some life-changing money. 11.05 FILM: Sliver (1993) Starring Sharon Stone, William Baldwin, Tom Berenger, Martin Landau. Psychological drama about a woman who moves in to a sophisticated New York apartment building where a series of mysterious fatal accidents have recently occurred. 1.10am FILM: Omkara (2006) 3.45 Amelia And Michael 3.55 Hollyoaks

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6.00 – 8.25am Children’s television 8.25 Angelina Ballerina 8.45 Rupert Bear 9.00 Ben And Holly’s Little Kingdom 9.10 Toby’s Travelling Circus 9.25 Roary The Racing Car 9.40 Jelly Jamm 10.00 Power Rangers: Samurai 10.35 Batman: The Brave And The Bold 11.10 Looney Tunes 11.15 Looney Tunes 11.25 How Do They Do It? 11.45 Eddie Stobart: Trucks And Trailers 11.55 FILM: The Battle Of The Bulge (1965) 2.50pm FILM: Maverick (1994) 5.10 5 News Weekend 5.15 FILM: North Sea Hijack (1980) 7.15 FILM: The Wild Geese (1978) Starring Richard Burton, Roger Moore, Richard Harris, Hardy Kruger, Stewart Granger and Jack Watson. Action adventure tale about a team of crack mercenaries brought out of retirement to help rescue a kidnapped African leader. But while the Wild Geese are fighting and dying in the African sun, sinister figures in the corridors of power are working to seal their fate. 9.50 CSI: Miami American drama series focusing on the work of the Miami police forensics department. Horatio and the team must find out why someone murdered the mother of a child beauty pageant queen, as light is shed on an even more sinister crime from the past. 10.45 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Las Vegas-based forensic drama. The CSIs investigate when a 12-year-old girl confesses to the murder of a child her older brother is on trial for killing. To be fair, this is one creepy girl. 11.40 Forensic Files Documentary series examining the application of modern technological advances in police work. 12.10am SuperCasino 4.00 HouseBusters 4.25 Divine Designs 4.50 County Secrets 5.00 Hana’s Helpline 5.10 The Milkshake! Show 5.35 Thomas & Friends 5.45 Roary The Racing Car

Sky Sports 1 6.00am FIFA Futbol Mundial 6.30 Ringside 7.30 ICC World Twenty20 Cricket 9.30 LIVE Ryder Cup Breakfast 12.30pm LIVE Golf: Ryder Cup 2012 6.30 LIVE Golf: Ryder Cup 2012 12.30am Golf: Ryder Cup 2012 1.30 Super League 3.00 Golf: Ryder Cup 2012 4.00 Sporting Greats 4.30 UEFA Champions League Weekly 5.00 Ringside

Sky Sports 2 6.00am Super League 8.00 Barclays Premier League Preview 9.00 Fantasy Football Club 10.00 Soccer AM 12.00pm LIVE Ford Football Special 3.15 Sky Sports Classics 3.30 LIVE Rugby Championship 6.00 LIVE Super League 8.25 Football First: Game Of The Day 10.15 Football First: Match Choice (x5) 5.45am Sky Sports Classics

Sky Sports 3 6.00am America’s Cup Discovered 6.30 LIVE ITM Cup Rugby Union (x2) 10.30 LIVE ICC World Twenty20 Cricket (x2) 6.30pm UEFA Champions League Weekly 7.00 NFL - Total Access 8.00 ICC World Twenty20 Cricket 10.00 Super League 11.30 Sporting Greats 12.00am LIVE Rugby Championship 2.30 Spanish Football 4.00 ICC World Twenty20 Cricket

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1.00pm Modern Family (x5) 3.30 A League Of Their Own 4.00 The Middle (x3) 5.30 Futurama 6.00 Terra Nova 7.00 Futurama (x2) 8.00 Road Wars 9.00 FILM: Master And Commander: The Far Side Of The World (2003) 11.40 Brit Cops: Rapid Response 12.40am Road Wars 1.40 Street Crime UK (x2)

7.00pm Great Movie Mistakes 2: The Sequel 8.00 Top Gear 9.00 Live At The Apollo (x2) 10.00 Russell Howard’s Good News Extra. See highlights. 10.45 Family Guy (x2) 11.30 American Dad! (x2) 12.15am The Revolution Will Be Televised 12.45 Bad Education (x3) 2.15 Be Your Own Boss

7.00pm Human Planet 8.00 Horizon: Seeing Stars 9.00 Inspector Montalbano 10.50 The Story Of Light Entertainment 12.20am Top Of The Pops: 1977 12.50 Love And Marriage: A 20th Century Romance 1.50 Human Planet 2.50 Horizon: Seeing Stars

1.20pm The X Factor USA 3.15 The X Factor 4.45 The Xtra Factor 5.45 FILM: The Mummy: Tomb Of The Dragon Emperor (2008) 7.55 FILM: Uncle Buck (1989) 9.50 The Xtra Factor 10.50 Celebrity Juice 11.35 Totally Bonkers Guinness World Records 12.05am The X Factor 1.55 The Xtra Factor 2.50 Teleshopping

6.00am Agatha Christie’s Partners In Crime 7.00 FILM: Mutiny On The Buses (1973) 8.50 The House Of Eliott (x2) 11.15 Pie In The Sky (x2) 1.20pm Inspector Morse 3.30 Hercule Poirot’s Christmas 5.50 Murder, She Wrote 6.50 Foyle’s War 9.00 Vera 11.00 Crime Connections 12.00am FILM: Mermaids (1990)

1.50pm Suburgatory 2.20 Desperate Housewives 3.15 Revenge 4.15 FILM: Grease (1978) 6.30 The Big Bang Theory (x3) 8.00 How I Met Your Mother (x2) 9.00 FILM: Assault On Precinct 13 (2005) 11.10 The Inbetweeners (x2) 12.15am The Big Bang Theory 12.40 The Cleveland Show 1.10 Franklin & Bash

1.10pm FILM: Rio Grande (1950) 3.15 River Cottage Bites 3.35 Location, Location, Location (x3) 6.50 Edward VIII: The Plot To Topple A King 7.55 The Queen’s Mother-in-Law 9.00 The Pillars Of The Earth 10.00 Embarrassing Bodies 11.05 Homeland 12.15am The Pillars Of The Earth 1.20 The Killing

11.00am Merrill’s Marauders (1962) 1.00pm The Day After Tomorrow (2003) 3.30 Imagine That (2009) 5.35 The Golden Child (1986) 7.20 Hot Shots! (1991) 9.00 500 Days Of Summer (2009) 10.50 The Hills Have Eyes (2006) 12.55am Broken Arrow (1996)

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sunday 30 The X Factor ITV1, 7.40pm Yes, The X Factor was a highlight yesterday, but it’s exciting! This is the point where each judge must comfort with crocodile – or sincere (the option’s there) – tears as they pick their final three for the Live Finals. Will Nicole’s eyeliner run with emotion? Will Louis’ voice do that quivery thing? Tune in to find out.

Big Fat Quiz Of The 00s Channel 4, 9pm Jimmy Carr is back at the host’s plinth again, this time quizzing panellists Alan Carr, Kevin Bridges, David Mitchell, Sarah Millican, Richard Ayoade and Noel Fielding about the decade that’s just left us. None of this: “I wasn’t born yet” or “I was only two” that might have washed previously. Practically yesterday.

FILM: Back To The Future ITV2, 6.35pm Great Scott! It’s a chance to catch one of the all time top blockbusters of the 1980s, launching the career of Michael J Fox into Hollywood and making sure everyone wished their cars had doors that opened upwards. Marty McFly is sent to the past and must fix his time machine and return himself to the future.

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6.00am Breakfast 7.30 Match Of The Day 9.00 The Andrew Marr Show 10.00 Sunday Morning Live 11.00 Sunday Politics 12.20pm Bargain Hunt 1.20 Cash In The Attic 2.05 Homes Under The Hammer 3.05 Escape To The Country 4.00 Points Of View 4.15 Songs Of Praise 4.50 The Indian Doctor 5.35 Planet Earth Live: An Elephant’s Tale 6.35 BBC News 6.50 South East Today 7.00 Fake Or Fortune? The tables are turned on art detective Philip Mould, as one of his own purchases is put under the microscope. 8.00 Countryfile The people and the stories at the heart of the British countryside. 9.00 Andrew Marr’s History Of The World Documentary series telling the story of human civilisation. In this episode, Andrew Marr tells the story of the first empires which laid the foundations for the modern world. Park your kids in front of this, if they can stay up for it, and let the education flood in. 10.00 BBC News 10.15 South East Today 10.25 Match Of The Day 2 Colin Murray introduces highlights of Sunday’s Premier League match between Aston Villa and West Brom. This Midlands derby pits together two clubs who have had differing starts to the season. 11.05 Golf: Ryder Cup Hazel Irvine presents highlights of the final day’s play at the 39th Ryder Cup at the Medinah Country Club, Illinois. Commentary comes from Peter Alliss, Ken Brown and Nick Faldo. 1.05am Weatherview 1.10 Sign Zone: Cairngorms: A Year In The Wild 2.10 Holby City 3.10 The Paradise 4.10 BBC News

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6.00am Zigby 6.10 Louie 6.20 Little Robots 6.30 64 Zoo Lane 6.40 Dipdap 6.45 Rastamouse 7.00 Roar 7.30 Deadly Art 7.45 Copycats 8.15 Paradise Cafe 8.40 Wingin’ It 9.00 12 Again 9.30 Junior Bake Off 10.00 Saturday Kitchen Best Bites 11.30 The Great British Bake Off 12.30pm MotoGP 2.00 Golf: Ryder Cup 4.00 Flog It! 5.00 Rugby League: Super League Play-Offs 6.00 Great Barrier Reef Monty Halls explores Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. 7.00 Top Gear Motoring magazine with Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond, including road tests, news and features. 8.00 Vikings Investigating the history of the Vikings from their own point of view. Neil Oliver goes beyond their bloody reputation to search for the truth about the Vikings from Newfoundland to Baghdad. 9.00 Dragons’ Den The Dragons’ competitive natures are put to the test when the Den is turned into a game show set, as a former chatshow host seeks investment for her television quiz idea. A 22-year-old student from Bolton surprises the dragons with his unbridled enthusiasm for the UK’s car parking industry, and a father and son from Yorkshire cause consternation among the multimillionaire investors. 10.00 Mock The Week Dara O’Briain and the regulars pick the laughs out of another week’s events with guests Milton Jones, Josh Widdicombe and Joe Wilkinson. 10.30 Never Mind The Buzzcocks Comedy pop quiz. 11.00 FILM: You Instead (2011) Two feuding rock stars get handcuffed together for 24 hours at a festival. 12.20am FILM: My Baby’s Daddy (2004) 1.40 BBC News

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6.00 – 7.30am Children’s television 7.30 Almost Naked Animals 7.40 Almost Naked Animals 7.50 Almost Naked Animals 8.05 Phineas And Ferb 8.20 Phineas And Ferb 8.30 Big Time Rush 9.00 Good Luck Charlie 9.25 ITV News 9.30 House Gift 10.25 There’s No Taste Like Home 11.30 The Hungry Sailors 12.35pm ITV News & Weather 12.50 The X Factor 2.40 William And Kate: The South Seas Tour 3.40 The Home Of Fabulous Cakes 4.40 Downton Abbey 5.40 Cornwall With Caroline Quentin 6.10 Meridian News; Weather 6.25 ITV News; Weather 6.40 The Chase: Celebrity Special Tonight’s celebrities are tenor Russell Watson, EastEnders actress Rita Simons, comedian Bill Oddie, and Loose Women’s Denise Welch. 7.40 The X Factor See highlights. 9.00 Downton Abbey Edith’s big day finally arrives, but will her enthusiasm finally convince the family that Strallan’s age does not matter? It is the end of the line for Downton’s finances and Mary takes matters into her own hands – but the personal price could be high. 10.05 ITV News; Weather 10.20 Hillsborough Powerful docudrama by award-winning writer Jimmy McGovern, which sheds light on how the worst disaster ever to hit British sport happened, and its devastating consequences. 96 people lost their lives at the 1989 FA Cup semi-final between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest played at the Hillsborough stadium in Sheffield. The film follows three families, from their initial excitement at getting tickets for the game, to the disaster and the subsequent emotional and legal struggles. 12.20am Rugby Highlights: Aviva Premiership 1.15 The Store 3.00 British Superbike Championship Highlights 3.50 Motorsport UK 4.40 ITV Nightscreen 5.30 News

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6.05am The Treacle People 6.15 FIA GT1 Championship 7.10 Ironman 2012 7.35 Inside Endurance: The Brownlees 8.00 Will And Grace 8.30 Will And Grace 8.55 Frasier 9.30 Frasier 10.00 Sunday Brunch 12.25pm Food Unwrapped 12.55 The Big Bang Theory 1.25 The Big Bang Theory 1.55 The Simpsons 2.25 The Simpsons 2.55 FILM: 10 Things I Hate About You (1999) 4.50 4thought.tv 4.55 Deal Or No Deal 5.55 FILM: Ice Age 2: The Meltdown (2006) 7.40 Channel 4 News Including sport and weather. 8.00 Kevin McCloud’s Man Made Home Series following Kevin McCloud as he tries to realise a longheld dream of building himself an eco-friendly cabin in the woods. The cabin’s wooden shingled shell is finished and Kevin’s next tasks are to build a durable floor, a window to let in natural light and a fire for heat. Kevin decides to re-purpose a 1930s heavy steel safe into a wood-burning stove and tries his hand at constructing a ‘cheese floor’, an ancient Viking invention that uses milk, and making glass from scratch. 9.00 Big Fat Quiz Of The 00s See highlights. 10.35 FILM: The Brave One (2007) Starring Jodie Foster, Terrence Howard, Naveen Andrews, Nicky Katt and Mary Steenburgen. Vigilante thriller. Disillusioned with the justice system after a brutal street attack in which her fiance was killed and she was left for dead, a radio host arms herself and takes to the streets of New York to hunt down those responsible. When the police begin to make headway in finding her attackers, she must decide whether to put her trust in the system again. 12.55am American Football Live 4.45 Grudge Match 4.55 Deal Or No Deal 5.50 Quick Bakes With Eric Lanlard

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6.00 – 8.25am Children’s television 8.25 Angelina Ballerina 8.35 Rupert Bear 8.55 Ben And Holly’s Little Kingdom 9.10 Toby’s Travelling Circus 9.25 Roary The Racing Car 9.40 Jelly Jamm 10.00 Power Rangers: Samurai 10.35 Batman: The Brave And The Bold 11.10 Looney Tunes 11.15 Looney Tunes 11.25 Eddie Stobart: Trucks And Trailers 12.25pm FILM: City Under The Sea (1965) 2.05 FILM: Vertical Limit (2000) 4.25 FILM: The Towering Inferno (1974)

7.35 5 News Weekend 7.40 FILM: Spider-Man 2 (2004) Starring Alfred Molina, Tobey Maguire, Kirsten Dunst, Cliff Robertson, James Franco, Rosemary Harris, Donna Murphy. Sequel to the live action adaptation of the Marvel comic strip about an alienated teen who is bitten by a genetically altered spider and subsequently develops superhuman powers. Dr Otto Octavius takes on the guise of Dr Octopus to try and defeat the superhero. 10.00 FILM: Gamer (2009) Starring Gerard Butler, Michael C. Hall, Amber Valletta, Logan Lerman, Kyra Sedgwick and Alison Lohman. Action set in the future, where online video game players remotely control the bodies of death row inmates in a real-life, bloody battle to the death – until the most famous inmate tries to fight his way free from the game. 11.55 Soho Blues Documentary series looking at life on one of the busiest beats of Central London’s cops and ambulance services. A suspected fraudster’s luxury penthouse is raided, a methadone user has his belongings stolen, and the ‘booze bus’ attends to revellers who have partied a little too hard. 12.50am SuperCasino 4.00 The FBI Files 4.50 County Secrets 5.00 Hana’s Helpline 5.10 The Milkshake! Show 5.35 Thomas & Friends 5.45 Roary The Racing Car

Sky Sports 1 6.00am Super League 7.30 ICC World Twenty20 Cricket 9.30 Live Ryder Cup Breakfast 12.30pm Sporting Greats (x2) 1.30 LIVE Premiership Rugby 4.00 LIVE Golf: Ryder Cup 2012 12.30am ICC World Twenty20 Cricket 2.30 UEFA Champions League Weekly 3.00 Ryder Cup 2012 4.00 Spanish Football 5.30 BMX Supercross World Cup: Lifestyle

Sky Sports 2 6.00am Aerobics Oz Style 6.30 Football First Match Choice (x2) 9.30 Sunday Supplement 11.00 Goals On Sunday 1.00pm LIVE Football Championship 3.30 LIVE Ford Super Sunday 6.30 LIVE Spanish Football (x2) 10.30 Ford Football Special 12.00am UEFA Champions League Weekly 12.30 Spanish Football 2.00 Ford Football Special 3.30 Super League Full Time

Sky Sports 3 6.00am Racemax 7.00 IAAF Athletix 7.30 This Week In WWE 8.00 WWE Vintage Collection 9.00 WWE Afterburn 10.00 BMX Supercross World Cup Lifestyle 10.30 Live ICC World Twenty20 Cricket 2.30pm Live ICC World Twenty20 Cricket 6.30 Sporting Greats: Sir Donald Bradman 7.00 Premiership Rugby 8.00 ICC World Twenty20 Cricket 10.00 Super League Full Time 11.00 Premiership Rugby 12.00am WWE Late Night Afterburn 1.00 This Week In WWE 1.30 WWE Vintage Collection 2.30 Watersports World

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7.00pm Be Your Own Boss 8.00 FILM: National Treasure: Book Of Secrets (2007) 10.00 Family Guy (x2) 10.45 Cuckoo 11.15 American Dad! (x2) 12.00am Russell Howard’s Good News 12.30 Bad Education (x3) 2.00 Tourettes: Let Me Entertain You 3.00 The Revolution Will Be Televised

7.00pm Canal Walks With Julia Bradbury 7.30 The Story Of Light Entertainment 9.00 Fleetwood Mac: Don’t Stop 10.00 FILM: The Maid (2009) 11.30 Room At The Top (x2) 1.30 British Passions On Film 2.00 ...Sings The Beatles

12.30pm Top Dog Model 1.30 Holiday Showdown 2.30 Plan B: The Hot Desk 2.45 The X Factor USA 3.40 The X Factor 5.30 The Xtra Factor 6.35 FILM: Back To The Future (1985). See highlights. 9.00 The Xtra Factor 10.00 The Only Way Is Essex 10.45 Girlfri3nds 11.45 FILM: Eyes Wide Shut (1999)

8.10am Heartbeat 9.10 Heartbeat 10.15 Foyle’s War 12.30pm The Darling Buds Of May (x2) 2.50 Sherlock Holmes: The Sign Of Four 5.00 FILM: The Magnificent Two (1967) 7.00 Lewis 9.00 FILM: Fierce Creatures (1997) 10.55 Cracker 12.05am FILM: The Bridges Of Madison County (1995)

1.45pm How I Met Your Mother 2.15 Ugly Betty 3.10 Charlie’s Angels 4.05 New Girl 4.35 Suburgatory 5.05 Revenge 6.00 The Big Bang Theory (x4) 8.00 FILM: Fantastic Four: Rise Of The Silver Surfer (2007) 10.00 The Inbetweeners (x2) 11.00 2 Broke Girls 11.30 New Girl 12.00am Meet The Parents

8.55am Jamie’s 30-Minute Meals (x4) 11.05 River Cottage Bites 11.15 Time Team (x3) 2.20pm Four In A Bed (x5) 5.10 Come Dine With Me (x5) 7.55 River Cottage Veg Every Day 9.00 24 Hours In A&E 10.00 Father Ted (x2) 11.05 Homeland 12.10am 24 Hours In A&E 1.15 Father Ted (x2) 2.25 Homeland

11.00am The Fighting Kentuckian (1949) 1.00pm Black Knight (2001) 2.50 The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956) 5.10 Meet Dave (2008) 6.55 St Trinian’s 2: The Legend Of Fritton’s Gold (2009) 9.00 Juno (2007) 10.50 12 Rounds (2009) 12.55am Melinda And Melinda (2004)

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monday 1 Monroe ITV1, 9pm You’d think that being a neurosurgeon would be exciting enough without having to be a maverick one to get your kicks. Seems not as James Nesbitt returns as the doc who just won’t play by the book in this brand new second series, going headto-head with his boss from the off over some tricky surgery.

Hotel GB Channel 4, 9pm Ooh! What larks! Famous faces from C4 are taking over a hotel for a week with the other staff being unemployed people desperate for a break. The plan? To raise as much money for employment charities in a week as possible with the running of the hotel. Coo. Gordon Ramsay and Mary Portas kick off events.

New Girl E4, 8pm It’s the last episode in the first series and Nick is preparing to move in with Caroline. Ahh. Schmidt and Winston help him pack his things, load them into the van... and then Nick has a panic attack on the way over and just keeps on driving and doesn’t stop until he reaches the desert. Jess and Cece to the rescue!

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6.00am Breakfast 9.15 Helicopter Heroes 10.00 Homes Under The Hammer 11.00 Britain’s Empty Homes 11.30 Cash In The Attic 12.15pm Bargain Hunt 1.00 BBC News At One 1.30 South East Today 1.45 Doctors 2.15 Only Fools And Horses 3.05 Horrible Histories 3.35 Lockie Leonard 3.55 Leon 4.00 Alesha’s Street Dance Stars 4.30 Sam & Mark’s Big Wind Up 5.00 Newsround 5.15 Pointless 6.00 BBC News At Six 6.30 South East Today 7.00 The One Show 7.30 Fake Britain This episode looks at the fake firefighter crying wolf to relieve honest shopkeepers of their cash... at gunpoint. 7.57 BBC News; Regional News 8.00 EastEnders Phil’s determined to put the Vic back on the map. 8.30 Undercover: Debt On The Doorstep - Panorama The economy is showing few signs of recovery, but one area of business is doing well: door-to-door loans. Panorama investigates the debt business. 9.00 New Tricks Drama. UCOS investigate the case of 16-year-old tennis cham Alice Kemp, who fell to her death from a penthouse after losing a crucial match. 10.00 BBC News At Ten 10.25 South East Today 10.35 Citizen Khan Sitcom following the trials and tribulations of a selfappointed Muslim community leader. 11.05 Gavin & Stacey Comedy. Nessa and Dave’s wedding is fast approaching. 11.35 The Lock Up Capturing life inside the custody suite at the headquarters of Humberside Police. 12.15am FILM: The Big Man (1991) 2.05 Weatherview 2.10 Sign Zone: China On Four Wheels 3.10 Rip Off Britain 4.00 Celebrity MasterChef 4.30 BBC News

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6.00 – 8.20am Children’s television 8.20 Leon 8.25 Mister Maker Comes To Town 8.45 I Can Cook 9.00 The Adventures Of Abney And Teal 9.15 Raa Raa The Noisy Lion 9.25 The Large Family 9.40 The Koala Brothers 9.50 Dirtgirlworld 10.00 Chuggington: Badge Quest 10.05 Waybuloo 10.30 In The Night Garden 11.00 Daily Politics Conference Special 1.00pm My Life In Books 1.30 To Buy Or Not To Buy 2.15 The Weakest Link 3.00 Wanted Down Under 3.45 Helicopter Heroes 4.30 Flog It! 5.15 Antiques Road Trip 6.00 Eggheads Quiz show. 6.30 How We Won The War 7.00 Golf: Ryder Cup Hazel Irvine introduces highlights of the 39th Ryder Cup. 8.00 University Challenge Jeremy Paxman asks the questions as two teams of students battle it out. 8.30 Nigellissima Nigella Lawson shares the secrets of her celebratory, yet simple Italian roast chicken. 9.00 Masters Of Money In the last of this series, BBC Economics Editor Stephanie Flanders examines one of the most revolutionary and controversial thinkers of all. Karl Marx argued that capitalism is inherently unfair and therefore doomed to collapse, so should be got rid of altogether. 10.00 Never Mind The Buzzcocks Team captains Phill Jupitus and Noel Fielding are joined on the anarchic music quiz by choir master Gareth Malone and rap legend Coolio, all under the watchful eye of guest host Example. 10.30 Newsnight 11.20 Today At Conference Conference highlights. 11.50 Dragons’ Den Series presented by Evan Davis. 12.50am Richard Hammond’s Crash Course 1.35 BBC News 4.00 True Stories 5.00 The First Black Britons

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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 Dickinson’s Real Deal 3.00 The Alan Titchmarsh Show 4.00 May The Best House Win 5.00 The Chase

6.00 Meridian Tonight 6.30 ITV News; Weather 7.00 Emmerdale Laurel is thrown when Gabby falsely accuses Marlon of hitting her. 7.30 Coronation Street Kirsty stops Tyrone in his tracks when he finally tries to leave her. Maria confides her worrying news to a concerned Marcus. 8.00 Paul O’Grady: For The Love Of Dogs Paul O’Grady continues his time with the staff and canines at Battersea Dogs and Cats Home. In this edition, the staff have to deal with a tiny chihuahua called Bobby with a big aggression problem. 8.30 Coronation Street Tyrone makes a sacrifice to protect Ruby. 9.00 Monroe See highlights. 10.00 ITV News At Ten; Weather 10.35 FILM: Air America (1990) Starring Mel Gibson, Robert Downey Jr, Nancy Travis, Ken Jenkins, David Marshall Grant and Lane Smith. Lighthearted action tale about a pair of maverick US pilots who smuggle anything and everything for a covert CIA operation during the Vietnam War. When they catch wind of a seamy plot in the secret service hierarchy, they decide to turn the tables on their paymasters. 12.35am Jackpot247 3.00 UEFA Champions League Weekly 3.30 ITV Nightscreen 4.35 The Jeremy Kyle Show 5.30 ITV Morning News

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6.05am Sali Mali 6.10 The Hoobs 6.35 The Hoobs 7.00 Freshly Squeezed 7.30 According To Jim 7.55 Everybody Loves Raymond (x2) 9.00 Frasier 9.30 Frasier 10.00 Undercover Boss USA 11.00 A Place In The Sun: Home Or Away12.00pm News 12.05 River Cottage Veg Heroes 12.30 Come Dine With Me 1.00 Come Dine With Me 1.35 Come Dine With Me 2.05 Come Dine With Me (x2) 3.10 Countdown 4.00 Deal Or No Deal 5.00 Gordon Ramsay’s Ultimate Cookery Course 5.30 Come Dine With Me 6.00 The Simpsons 6.30 Hollyoaks Riley comes up short of funds, so the village pulls together to help his cause. 6.55 4thought.tv 7.00 Channel 4 News 7.50 The Political Slot 7.55 BT And Channel 4 Present... 8.00 Cruises Undercover: Channel 4 Dispatches Current affairs programme. Almost two million Brits took a cruise last year. For many, it’s the holiday of a lifetime with hardearned savings going into a dream adventure. But for the multi-national workforce who toil behind the scenes of glamorous ocean going holidays, the reality is very different. 8.30 Food Unwrapped Food Unwrapped explores how our food is really made and the industry secrets behind our favourite produce. This episode explores the difference between green and black olives, and why not everything that goes into beer processing is listed in the ingredients. 9.00 Hotel GB See highlights. 10.40 Big Fat Quiz Of The 00s Another chance to play along with yesterday’s decade memory game. 12.15am Random Acts 12.20 Shameless 1.15 The Good Wife 2.00 FILM: Sommersby (1993) 3.55 Atlantic 4.00 Deal Or No Deal 4.55 Countdown 5.40 Baking Mad With Eric Lanlard

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6.00 – 7.20am Children’s television 7.20 The Mr. Men Show 7.35 Thomas & Friends 7.45 Make Way For Noddy 8.00 Fifi And The Flowertots 8.15 Peppa Pig 8.25 Peppa Pig 8.30 Roary The Racing Car 8.45 Bananas In Pyjamas 9.00 Abby’s Flying Fairy School 9.15 The Wright Stuff 11.10 Celebrity Wedding Planner 12.10pm 5 News Lunchtime 12.15 World’s Toughest Trucker 1.15 Home And Away 1.45 Neighbours 2.15 CSI: NY 3.10 FILM: A Kiss At Midnight (2008) 5.00 5 News At 5 5.30 Neighbours 6.00 Home And Away Harvey is perplexed at why his suggestion that they should have a baby has put Roo in such a sullen mood. 6.30 5 News 7.00 Being Liverpool Fly-on-thewall documentary series going behind the scenes of Liverpool FC. Brendan Rodgers begins to rebuild Liverpool Football Club from the inside out. 8.00 Classic Car Rescue Documentary series following Bernie Fineman and Mario Pacione as they lovingly restore classic cars. The pair fix up a Porsche 911 – the most practical supercar in the world for everyday use and beloved by celebrities like Paul Newman. 9.00 FILM: Speed (1994) Starring Keanu Reeves, Dennis Hopper, Sandra Bullock. Fast-paced action adventure following a Los Angeles SWAT-team cop’s attempts to foil the plans of a deranged bomber. The cop cheats his quarry out of one ransom, but, in response, the psycho contacts him with a warning about a bomb on a bus which will explode if the speed drops below 50mph. 11.15 FILM: Nowhere To Run (1993) Starring Jean-Claude Van Damme, Rosanna Arquette. Actionpacked adventure. 1.05am SuperCasino 3.55 Nick’s Quest 4.25 House Doctor 4.50 Michaela’s Wild Challenge 5.10 Wildlife SOS (x2)

Sky Sports 1 6.00am Good Morning Sports Fans (x3) 9.00 Ryder Cup 2012 10.00 UEFA Champions League Weekly 10.30 LIVE ICC World Twenty20 Cricket (x2) 6.30 Netbusters 7.00 LIVE Ford Monday Night Football 11.00 Netbusters 11.30 SPL Round-Up 12.00am Soccer AM: The Best Bits 1.00 Ford Monday Night Football 3.30 Watersports World 4.30 Max Power 5.30 FIFA Futbol Mundial

Sky Sports 2 6.00am Aerobics Oz Style 6.30 Thrillseekers 7.00 WWE The Bottom Line 8.00 Spanish Football 9.30 Ford Football Special 11.00 Ryder Cup 2012 12.00pm Ford Football Special 1.30 UEFA Champions League Weekly 2.00 Ryder Cup 2012 3.00 Ford Football Special 4.30 Ryder Cup 2012 5.30 Soccer AM The Best Bits 6.30 Spruce Meadows 7.30 Road To Kona Ironman 8.00 How The 2012 Ryder Cup Was Won 10.00 Thinking Tackle 11.00 How The 2012 Ryder Cup Was Won 1.00am ICC World Twenty20 Cricket 3.00 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series

Sky Sports 3 9.30am Super League Full Time 10.30 Canter Banter 11.00 Racing News 11.30 Aerobics Oz Style 12.00pm NFL 2.00 Super League 3.30 WWE Raw 5.30 NFL 7.30 LIVE Elite League Speedway 10.00 Thrillseekers 10.30 British Rally Championship 11.30 Road To Kona Ironman 12.00am WWE Late Night Afterburn 1.00 WWE Late Night Raw 4.15 British Rally Championship

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12.00pm Stargate SG-1 (x2) 2.00 Dog The Bounty Hunter (x2) 3.00 Stargate SG-1 (x2) 5.00 Futurama (x3) 6.30 The Simpsons (x3) 8.00 A League Of Their Own 9.00 Ross Kemp: Extreme World 10.00 Game Of Thrones 11.15 Brit Cops: Rapid Response 12.15am Road Wars (x2) 2.05 Brit Cops: Frontline Crime UK

7.00pm Don’t Tell The Bride 8.00 Cherry Healey: How To Get A Life 9.00 7/7 Bombings: Conspiracy Road Trip 10.00 Russell Howard’s Good News 10.30 EastEnders 11.00 Family Guy (x2) 11.45 American Dad! (x2) 12.30am 7/7 Bombings: Conspiracy Road Trip 1.30 The Revolution Will Be Televised

7.00pm World News Today 7.30 Tales From The National Parks 8.30 Only Connect 9.00 Health Before The NHS 10.00 A303: Highway To The Sun 11.00 The Shock Of The New 12.00am Only Connect 12.30 FILM: The Maid (2009) 2.00 Health Before The NHS

4.40pm Beauty And The Geek 5.30 Judge Judy 6.00 The Jeremy Kyle Show USA 7.00 Pink: The Hot Desk 7.10 The X Factor 8.30 New You’ve Been Framed! 9.00 FILM: The Bourne Identity (2002) 11.25 Celebrity Juice 12.10am The Only Way Is Essex 12.55 Totally Bonkers Guinness World Records

1.15pm Heartbeat 2.15 The Royal 3.20 Murder, She Wrote 4.20 Rising Damp 4.55 Home To Roost 5.25 Only When I Laugh 5.55 Heartbeat 7.00 Murder, She Wrote 7.55 Agatha Christie’s Poirot 9.00 Martin Clunes: Man To Manta 10.00 Scott & Bailey 11.00 Law & Order: UK 12.05am Wycliffe

5.00pm How I Met Your Mother (x2) 6.00 The Big Bang Theory (x2) 7.00 Hollyoaks 7.30 How I Met Your Mother 8.00 New Girl. See highlights. 8.30 Suburgatory 9.00 Revenge 10.00 World’s Greatest Celebrity Body Shockers 11.00 Meet The Parents 12.05am The Big Bang Theory (x2) 1.00 Scrubs

1.30pm Time Team (x2) 3.35 4 Rooms 4.40 A Place In The Sun: Home Or Away 5.45 A Place In The Sun: Winter Sun 6.50 Come Dine With Me 7.55 Grand Designs (x2) Australia 10.05 My Brother, The Murderer 10.35 Father Ted 11.05 Homeland 12.25am Grand Designs Australia

11.00am Air Force (1943) 1.25pm Shadow Of A Doubt (1943) 3.40 Howards End (1992) 6.35 Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (1986) 9.00 Hot Tub Time Machine (2010) 10.55 Cocktail (1988) 1.00am Wall Street (1987)

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