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06 Latest Brighton & Hove News Mike Herd of the Sussex Innovation Centre wins the Queen’s Award for Enterprise Promotion 08 Andrew Kay Upstairs, downstairs in Lyon 08 Competitions Win family tickets to Drusillas Park this summer 10 Bare Cheek Wicked Chinese whispers; Mike Hunter’s Q&A 11 Celeb City Ben Fogle, Glastonbury stars and Fishlove 13 Brighton Writes Vanessa chats to author Araminta Hall

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City College Brighton and Hove principal Lynn Thackway wants to open the first studio school in the area. And she has been sharing her plans for the new school with people from the worlds of business, education and politics locally and beyond. The school, to be known as The Hive, will cater for up to 300 students from 14 to 19 years old and specialise in creative and digital media. On our show, Itziar Leighton, of City College Brighton, talks to Frank le Duc about the plans.

09 Interview Hugh Jackman on The Wolverine 13 City College Brighton & Hove Train to be a journalist on an NCTJ accredited course 15 On the cover: Brighton’s Big Screen The Big Screen returns to the beach, bigger than ever 16 Hotlist Places to dine this week 17 Kids’ Food Reviews Andrew kay hands over his fork and spoon to the kids of Brighton for our annual kids’ food reviews

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Capital honour for success The man behind more than 300 business start-ups wins royal recognition in London today for his wealth-generating work. Frank le Duc reports

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he Queen is due to recognise a remarkable Brighton success story on Tuesday 23 July with a reception at Buckingham Palace. Among those being lauded will be the midwife to more than 300 businesses born at the Sussex University campus in Falmer. Mike Herd, executive director of the Sussex Innovation Centre, is being honoured with a Queen’s Award for Enterprise Promotion. Mr Herd, 54, one of only eight people in the country to receive a Queen’s Award for Enterprise Promotion, has run the Sussex Innovation Centre (SInC) since 1997. His award recognises a significant contribution to encouraging entrepreneurship. The 300-plus start-ups to have come out of the Innovation Centre have attracted more than £25 million of investment and generated a combined income of more than half a billion pounds. All this has come from an initial investment of £1.8 million in public funding, largely for the land and building. The Innovation Centre is financially self-sustaining. Under Mr Herd’s leadership it has doubled in

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ince 2008 the country has seen not just the financial crash, but the onset of austerity in public spending. That year was the last time the city developed an economic strategy – five years ago and in an incredibly different context. While we’ve weathered the economic crisis relatively well, we can’t be complacent. So last year the local Economic Partnership (made up of business representatives) and the council co-commissioned a new Economic Strategy to set out key issues and priorities for our local

economy until 2018. The Economic Strategy argues we should build on our city’s unique economic strengths and develop a more sustainable economy for the city that’s diverse, resilient and betterbalanced. For example, we’re already internationally-known for being a cultural and leisure tourist destination. So the new strategy proposes to make the most of this by prioritising investment in our city’s year-round conference venues, which will both improve the facilities and attract more visitors. We’ve already combined forces with colleagues in neighbouring councils on a variety of issues, ranging from accessing government

BIG ISSUE Falmer, down the Lewes Road and into the centre of Brighton. It takes in Sussex University, Brighton University and City College Brighton and Hove. At the southern end is Brighton University’s Grand Parade site and the old fruit and veg market in Circus Street, which is due to be redeveloped and become part of the university.

“I can see through walls and see if there’s someone there and whether it’s a person or a goat”

PERFORMANCE When it all began, the universities, City College, Brighton and Hove Council and East Sussex County Council were trying to tackle a

relatively poor local economy. The population was well qualified compared to many parts of the

funding to bidding for UN Biosphere status. So in the coming years we plan to continue working with colleagues to secure greater investment in infrastructure, development and training. Local creative, digital, IT and environmental businesses are booming, so we plan to support a network of eco technology hubs so that these companies can network with, learn from and use each other. These would also be linked

to research and development work done at the universities, making the most of the enormous resource there. Clearly we have some huge opportunities ahead, but with limited funding it’s crucial that we make the most of it. Having been developed in conjunction with local businesses, this strategy means that we’re won’t just carry on weathering the storm, but flourish despite it.

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Brighton & Hove City Council leader Jason Kitcat on the Economic Partnership

size. And there are plans to extend its reach with an annex on a site behind Brighton Station known as Block J. Despite the Innovation Centre’s success, not everyone in the area knows about it. When the Brighton and Hove Chamber of Commerce hosted it annual State of the City Debate a fortnight ago, business incubation was one of the subjects raised. It fell to Linda Buckham, another senior figure at Sussex University, who was in the audience, to highlight the efforts being made to nurture fledgling firms at the Falmer campus. Mr Herd has described the role of the Innovation Centre as “to support the creation and growth of high technology and innovative businesses in a financially sustainable way that provides value to the University of Sussex and the regional economy”. It was started as the flagship development at the top end of the “academic corridor” – a collaboration between the area’s academic institutions, the public sector and the business world. The academic corridor runs from


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LATEST NEWS 07 sustainable. Sussex University said: “The centre has frequently been cited as an example of best practice for business incubation.” It has also taken a direct role in commercialising research at the university. One notable success has been the joint development of electric potential sensor (EPS) technology with Plessey Semiconductors. The Epic sensors developed through the collaboration have many applications. Mr Herd described them as the Innovation Centre’s “crown jewels”. The first product using the award-winning technology will be a hand-held electrocardiogram (ECG) device. Non-contact medical devices reduce the risk of infection and the need for invasive procedures. But the technology can also be used for security and policing, for example, as well as for medical purposes. Using an Epc sensor, Mr Herd said, “I can see through walls and see if there’s someone there and whether it’s a person or a goat.” There’s even a potential driver drowsiness application in the pipeline..

country but this wasn’t reflected in the area’s economic performance. Mr Herd said: “Innovation centres weren’t really known at the time. There are probably about 300 now. We were one of the first half dozen. There were science parks. The radical thing was that it was set up as a business – not reliant on public money. We’re now a wholly owned subsidiary of the university. “I came in after six to eight months as the first chief executive. It was a hothouse environment. The building was a shell. The roof leaked. The first companies came here because we had a free car park. Of the first five companies, one floated and two did very well. I had no experience. I came from the oil industry.” Mr Herd said that he asked those starting a business at the Innovation Centre: “What’s stopping you?” His role, he said, was about creating networks, adding: “Rather than setting yourself up as an expert, you ask about the obstacles. You get to work out which are the generic problems. “Our approach is about incubating academics rather than trying to license patents. We have five PhD-level experts auditing departments for ideas which could be patented and licensed. The old model involved having PhD-level physicists talking to physicists.” He said that this model had its shortcomings. The Innovation Centre’s approach focused more on customers and markets, he said, adding: “I have marketing people

who talk to the academics. A lot of this is about building ways to get ideas to the market.” ADVANCED The Innovation Centre occupies about 50,000 sq ft and houses three teams – facilities, including advanced telecoms support, accountancy and management services, and business support. Mr Herd said: “We run this as a commercial building so we charge rent. We build management information systems. The reason we did this was that two companies were going through trade sales that almost failed because the management information was so poor.” Again, businesses at the Innovation Centre pay for these services. Business support includes mentoring. Staff time also comes at a price. Mr Herd said: “We had lots of techies with ideas but they weren’t investible. We get them to focus on finding the first customer. The business model needs to explain how a big company would use the technology. We introduce management techniques, market analysis and research. I focus on strategy. “It’s not about trying to be clever. We take people seriously. You believe them. How they deliver that idea and to what market might completely change in that first meeting. It’s the easiest thing to pick holes in someone’s business plan. What’s harder is finding people to take them to the next level.” Most of the businesses started at the Innovation Centre have become successful, profitable and

HONOUR Mr Herd, a married father of two, enjoyed international travel in the oil industry and working offshore before his career change brought him to Sussex, where his parents hail from. He said: “I looked around and everyone earned well but they seemed to be drunk or divorced.” He doesn’t regret the move. He said: “It’s a tremendous honour to receive this award. During my 16 years here I have seen countless extraordinarily smart and talented individuals come through our doors. It is a source of great professional pride to me that we have been able to help so many of them on their journey towards richly deserved success.” Cabinet minister Vince Cable, the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills, is due to present Mr Herd with a chalice at his department’s offices in Westminster on Tuesday 23 July. Then Mr Herd and the other recipients are due to head to Buckingham Palace for the reception with the Queen. Mr Herd said: “You’re given the award by Vince Cable at 1 Victoria Street. When it was announced he sent me a very nice handwritten note. He visited here in January. It’s nice because you don’t apply for it. And it’s nice because it’s an affirmation of when you really put yourself into something.” Mr Herd was nominated by Peter Harman, the chief executive of a national organisation called UK Business Incubation. Like many recipients of honours and awards, he believes that it is also a reflection of the work of the team that he leads. And he said: “I have no intention of resting on my laurels. There is still so much more that we can do to nurture entrepreneurial talent in Brighton and beyond. I am as determined as ever to help uncover the next great innovation that will drive us on to even bigger and better things.” ■


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reat news, the gout is being kept at bay by medication. I know, pill popping is not great, but seriously, the pain had reached a peak. A few weeks back it was so bad that I could not bear the weight of a single sheet on my foot at night. I was awake and despairing, so much so that I contemplated, for a moment I assure you, digging out the Kitchen Devil bread knife and lopping the offending appendage off. It was that bad. The next morning I called the doctor and called a cab to take me, barefoot, the 200 metres down the road to the local surgery. There my GP confirmed that the tests had shown that I had excessive purine levels in my blood, the cause of gout, but was mystified that I had not been prescribed any medication. I was in no state for an argument and just begged for some – THERE AND THEN! I staggered to the pharmacy and then home where I took my first dose. As if by magic, just three days later, I was up and about and the pains that have blighted my existence for over a year now have all but gone. I will take one of the pills every day now for the foreseeable future, but if I can walk I simply don’t give a damn. With a two day sojourn in Lyon that week it was with great relief that I could put pied to chaussée, especially as they had planned to route march us through the old part of the city for an afternoon of history and culture. Lyon had pretty much passed me by as a destination and I feel bad about that. It’s a charming city, full of great architecture and of course a crazy number of restaurants per capita. In Paris there is one restaurant for around 350

“...paths that meandered downward and flights of steps so steep that even M.C. Escher might have baulked at them”

Parisienne, in Lyon the tally is one for every 245 Lyonnaise. It’s a gourmet heaven with streets totally given over to dining in its many forms, there are Michelin Stars that light up the night sky and bouchons that fill your bellies with hearty food that has not been poncified in any sense. And the people are charming, no evidence of that French sang-froid when it comes to cross channel relations, in fact we were welcomed with open arms, hearts and bars. My God, the Lyonnaise can eat and drink. Even a seasoned bon viveur like me felt like I was being left at the starting gate as the locals quaffed away. The city itself is bisected twice by the Rhone and the Saône Rivers and each slice seems to have its own history, the old part that we explored rises from the banks of the river to a ridge betopped with an almost insanely ornate church that has to be seen to be believed, mosaic madness inside, all in homage to Mary. It was a relief to find that we could use our city pass to take the funicular railway up there but our charming guide made some of us walk down through the wooded hillside gardens on paths that meandered downward and flights of steps so steep that even M.C. Escher might have baulked at them. It was for sure a test of my gouty feet and knees but I finished the day tired for sure but not crippled. I liked The Grand Hôtel Des Terreaux too, which had escaped the bland blight of the Euro-minimalchic that makes it so hard to differentiate between boutique and budget. I propped myself on a mountain of pillows against the ornate Rococo bedhead and sipped mineral water until I was ready to drift into a much needed sleep. Travelling from Gatwick was pretty simple, although it was an early start, and at just over £70 return on easyJet was something of a bargain when compared to some UK rail fares. I really would like to return, maybe in cooler weather, and explore beyond the city which is at the heart of so many great foodie destinations. www.en.lyon-france.com

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extraordinary and very beautiful. I think that Jim Mangold has brought an entirely different sensibility to this film and I know it will look different to any other X-Men film. Having said that, this film is not populated by mutant after mutant after mutant. There are no laser beams coming out of everybody’s eyes. It is very much about Logan and this world that is so foreign to Wolverine/Logan. He’s out of his comfort zone. He’s a stranger in Japan and he is very uncomfortable. The film is also funny as well as enchanting.”

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Hugh Jackman has been through a vigorous training regime for The Wolverine. The actor talks to Latest 7 about getting in shape, shooting in Japan, & why this is going to be the most memorable X-Men movie yet Can you discuss the premise of the film and what audiences can look forward to? “This movie takes place a long time after X-Men Origins: Wolverine, many years into the future. Wolverine is on a journey in a foreign land, a new world with completely new characters where he gradually comes out of himself and is forced to face who he is. He has to embrace his real nature. He can no longer hide away in a cave. This is definitely the most personal of all the stories about Wolverine. You find him as low as you will ever see him. At the beginning of the movie Wolverine is lost really, he has lost everyone in his life and he is now living on his own, away from the world. He’s not at peace with himself, with his own nature, with his claws, with anything. It is as though his entire life up to this point has brought him nothing but misery, pain and destruction and he has reached a point at which he’s done with it. But then he is reluctantly drawn into the world of Japan.” What have you discovered about Wolverine over the years? “Wolverine is a troubled guy. He’s not necessarily a nice guy, but he is good hearted. He is also a loyal man. He can’t stand injustice and he will step up when it’s right to do that, but he’s a reluctant hero at best, if he’s a hero at all, and he marches to the beat of his own drum. People often ask me: ‘does it ever feel like you’re doing the same thing every time?’. I’ve never felt that though. This character has so much depth. He is extraordinary, but on many levels he is also incredibly human and I find his journey fascinating. Over the years I’ve only found that my appreciation of Logan/Wolverine has deepened.” Can you discuss the action and stunt work? “We have been working with a fantastic group called 87Eleven. I’ve worked with them before and they are at the top of their game. We’re going to show you action that has never been seen before. I know that is easy to say, but let me tell you it is really amazing. This kind of never-seen-before action is very difficult to pull off. Everyone has to take a few risks and that’s what we’re doing in this film. The preparation has been second to none. Wolverine is a guy who’s dealing with a new fighting style in Japan and he doesn’t always win in this movie. So he has to learn from the losses or the mistakes. He has to learn the way of the samurai, the way of Japanese martial arts and he has to learn about how to be better. That’s exciting and challenging and cool and it meant that

personally I had to learn that too. We really deliver that badass, kickass Wolverine this time.” You always undergo a rigorous training program to play Wolverine. How did you prepare physically this time? Personally I trained harder and started earlier. They beat me up all day in training! Even though the weapons and Wolverine’s claws are fake, you are always a fraction away from getting hurt. So you can’t miss your timing. I also ate more boringly and ate more than I’ve ever done before. Physically I wanted Wolverine to look perfect. We’re striving for the hole in one with this film.”

“I wanted a very lean, animalistic look. You can see my veins popping. It’s not always pretty” What did the training entail specifically? “I don’t think I’ve ever done so many deep lunges in my life and for someone with really long legs that is very difficult let me tell you [laughs]. It is important for me to let you know the lengths I’ve gone to physically, because I did not think it would be good enough for people to say of Wolverine: ‘He’s in good shape, wow he is big, it looks like he goes to the gym.’ That’s not who Wolverine is: a guy who goes to the gym. Wolverine is this animalistic, brutal kind of character. I think when you see him ready to fight you’re going to be frightened of him. It’s more than saying: ‘Wow, great body. Wow, he’s waxed his chest.’ It’s more like: ‘Whoa, this guy frightens me.’ So in order to achieve that, I wanted a very lean, animalistic look. You can see my veins popping. It’s not always pretty but I think that’s important. Unfortunately it takes time and commitment for a man my age to look like this. It takes a lot of chicken [laughs]. I’m very strict with my diet and I’ve been in training for 18 months. And I have spent a lot more time in the gym than ever before.” What can you reveal about the plot and storyline? “This is an exciting human drama with visceral action. It is also a movie with mutants. There are some larger than life issues and there are some larger than life set pieces. Visually it is

How much of the inspiration for Wolverine comes from the comic books? “What is interesting is that when I first played Wolverine I was not a comic book fan, so I didn’t come with any history of the comic book character. In the first film, X-Men, [director] Bryan Singer wouldn’t allow any of the actors to have any comic books anywhere near the set. He was concerned that in a way if they referred to the books, the actors would bring a two-dimensional version of the characters to the screen. But secretly I was getting them supplied to me [laughs] and I discovered that they were visually enormously rich. I drew a lot on the comic for the physicality of Wolverine. But the comics were also incredibly rich in terms of stories and characters. There’s a reason that this character has been around for 50 years. One of the first comic books I ever read was the ‘Japan Saga’ and I was so taken by it and impressed. I later found out that it was the most popular story arc for the fans. Together with [producer] Lauren Shuler Donner I have dreamt of making this film so it is very exciting. It’s the ultimate Wolverine.” What does this movie mean to you personally? “At the end of the day when I’m old and in my wheelchair and someone asks ‘Which movie should I watch about that great character Wolverine?’ I want to say, ‘Watch The Wolverine’. I’m really excited about the film. We had an amazing script by Chris McQuarrie and Jim Mangold is a fantastic director. We have a great group of actors and a fantastic crew; the planets are lining up in every way.” The Wolverine is released 25 July, in 2D and 3D, showing at Duke Of York’s, Odeon and Cineworld. Read our interview with James Mangold, p.24.

Win! We have five Wolverine goodie bags to give away, which includes a T-shirt, sunglasses, notebook, pen, sake set and more. For the chance to win, just tell us: What other name is Wolverine commonly known as? Email competitions@thelatest.co.uk with ‘Wolverine’ in the subject box and your answer to the question in the body of the email. Closing date for entries: Mon 5 August 2013.


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

Dear Mr Diddy It sounds like you and your friend have been having a right old ‘Ding Dong’. A phrase which, ironically, is very close to giving you your title. But supposing, instead, you’d both had a good old ‘Sing Song’, you’d be equally close. Got it yet? That’s right. The film in question is none other than that much-loved cinematic classic Jules et Jim by Francois Truffaut, starring Jeanne Moreau, Oskar Werner and Henri Serre. Keep those letters flooding in!

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Dear Mike, My film buff friend and I are engaged in a longstanding row; I am certain he is wrong, but need your help to prove it. The row concerns a black-andwhite film I dimly remember from childhood. Its plot follows the attempts by a well-known filmmaker to capture footage of a fabled beast on an uncharted island. Accompanying him is a beautiful, blonde actress, who, on arrival, is seized by the primitive islanders and offered as sacrifice to

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What was that? Can’t remember the name of a book, song or film? Mike Hunter is the man with the answers....

described here is Mighty Joe Young. But, despite some superficial similarities, it could not be more different. For one thing, the era is completely wrong. It's just so frustrating. Please, please, please can you help! Yours P. Diddy, Hove

this creature – a stupendous ape, fully 30 feet tall. The beast falls for the woman’s charms and absconds with her. After a series of improbable adventures, the ape is eventually overcome and shipped to New York where, breaking its bonds, it runs rampage, finally meeting its end in a justly celebrated cinematic sequence atop the Empire State Building. I vaguely recall the last line went something like ‘It was Beauty killed the Beast’ and that the groundbreaking , full orchestral score by Max Steiner is considered one of film music's true masterpieces. My friend insists what is

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few weeks ago we told you about the little fishy trip to Rome to launch the Italian debut of Moshimo’s Fishlove campaign. Well here’s a photo of the launch itself, with me looking less than fishy with the big Fishlove campaign names, including Greta Scacchi, Karl Jones and Nicky. Behind us you can see some of Alan Gelati's work, with Anna Skellern and Melanie Laurent keeping modest with their fishy friends. Check out his work, along with other great photographers, at www.fishlove.co.uk, you can even see the infamous Sir Richard Branson photograph! Fishlove aims to end EU overfishing and promote the recovery of fish stocks, and does so with these incredible photos to promote the cause. It’s lovely to see so many celebrities taking part, and it’s great to be part of Fishlove’s progress, especially when they’re shocking Rome with a nude lady outside the Vatican. Please visit their website and show your support!

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Liam Gallager, Rita Ora and Rizzle Kicks were only a few of the amazing music acts Guy Lloyd got to interview last month. Lloyd, our local DJ for Juice 107.2, was also the radio DJ for the official Glastonbury radio and Worthy FM this year, and spent his time interviewing big music acts for them. Whilst 135,000 ticket holders jumped and sang along to their favourite acts, Lloyd was spending oneon-one time with the others, a job we would all love to do. There’s even a photo of Lloyd hugging Liam Gallager, any Oasis fan’s dream! We’re proud that our lovely local radio star was the official DJ for Glasto, and we hope we'll get to have a little listen to him DJ for it next year, too. The interviews were even broadcast on Juice 107.2, so us Brightonians could listen and not miss out on the Glasto atmosphere. Thank you Guy!

BEN FOGLE CLEANS UP

Environmentalist and adventurer Ben Fogle, along with Barefoot Wine, are leading the way in a campaign to keep Britain’s beaches ‘barefoot friendly’ . On Saturday 6 July, a record breaking 312 volunteers gathered at Brighton beach to take part in the Barefoot Wine Beach Rescue Project. A staggering 117kgs of rubbish was collected from our beach. The national Barefoot Wine Beach Rescue Project is now in its sixth year and Ben Fogle is the ambassador. He says: “I’ve been involved in environmental issues for years and I’m passionate about the outdoors. A seemingly clean beach can actually have huge amounts of litter and rubbish just hidden beneath the surface, it’s a bit like sweeping rubbish under the carpet. The Barefoot Wine Beach Rescue Project makes tackling environmental issues fun and an activity that everyone can get involved with.” 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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Vanessa Austin Locke “Let her be Dot. Because she is a beginning”

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raminta Hall was one of my peers on an MA at Sussex University. Her best-seller, Everything And Nothing, was published by HarperCollins in 2011 and was featured on Richard and Judy’s Book Club. But there was a foetal book that came before that, which told the story of three generations of women all living in the same house, locked in by the past. I read very early drafts of it years ago, so I was delighted when Dot was finally published this year. I caught up with Araminta... Why did you publish Everything And Nothing before Dot? “I wrote the first three drafts of Dot before writing Everything And Nothing. I start with character and a vague idea of where I want to go with a story. It’s more laborious without a clear plan as you know you’re going to have to re-write; I rewrote Dot four times because I knew the plot wasn’t working.” I find a lack of complex female characters in most literature, but your novels deliver women I recognise. Which literary women inspire you? “The modern fascination with chick lit and erotica has certainly disregarded the “I can’t stand book snobs complex woman, but she’s – reading is egalitarian” still out there – both Zadie Smith’s NW and Clare Messud’s The Woman Upstairs feature fantastic strong, angry women. Margaret Atwood and Marilyn French are essential reading, not to mention Charlotte Bronte; and who doesn’t identify with Mrs Dalloway? And, though written by men, I totally believe in Madame Bovary, Tess Of The d’Urbervilles and Anna Karenina.” What are the challenges that your female characters tackle for their readers? “I see the next step for feminism as getting society to recognise that the domestic arena is as important as the commercial. I want women to feel valid whatever choices they make, something which doesn’t happen now as we do a lot of juggling and feel guilty most of the time.”

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Intern with Latest 7 while you study If you are under 19 by 31 August 2013 you could be a sponsored intern for Latest 7 Magazine or Brighton and Hove Independent newspaper alongside studying on the Fast Track course. This is a fantastic opportunity for the best young students around. Guest speakers on the course include Prof. Roy Greenslade, Vanessa Harriss (Vogue iPad designer) and investigative journalist Nick Davies. City College students from 2010-11 Bill Gardner and Claire Smythe were shortlisted for this year’s British Society of Editors best reporter awards. Their student of the year 2012 was Libby Powell, who mapped the elections in Sierra Leone and India for journalism charity Radar she set up while on the course. City College Brighton & Hove is now recruiting for Fast Track and 1 Year Journalism Multimedia NCTJ. Fast Track starts 9 September 2013 and finishes 31 January 2014. One Year course starts 9 September and finishes 4 July 2014 Contact Peter at pl1@ccb.ac.uk or Jan at jgo@ccb.ac.uk for more information. www.ccb.ac.uk

You’re a non-judgmental writer of intensely flawed characters. What is it that interests you in people? “The grey area that we all inhabit between being right and wrong. I find it very hard to judge people and am always looking for reasons why anyone behaves in any way. Everything begins with character and, if you don’t remain true to how your character would behave, the story will feel clunky.” Any hints on what your next novel will be about? “My great-grandfather survived the Titanic and wrote a book. I started off wanting to write a fictionalised account of this, but have now extended this and am writing the diary of a man from the early 1900s to the late ’60s.” Do you think any of your books will make it to the screen? “Everything And Nothing has been optioned by an American production company who I hear from periodically with ridiculously exciting news.” What are your thoughts on the digital debate within the publishing industry? “I’m all for choice. I can’t stand book snobs – reading is egalitarian and thank goodness we all enjoy different types of books.” Dot by Araminta Hall, is out now, published by HarperCollins, HB, £16.99

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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

Cafés & restaurants catering for all tastes. For more dining options visit www.thelatest.co.uk British & Modern European Bardsley’s

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

Ohso Social

Situated alongside Brighton Pier, occupying the best location on the beach, Ohso opens for coffees, cocktails, breakfast and dinner. Popular for group celebrations or a romantic table for two. The heated outdoor beach terrace provides a wonderful environment for alfresco dining serving classic fish ‘n’ chips and signature mussels whilst watching the starlings dart between the piers. Ohso hosts legendary summer beach parties nightly when sunny. Ohso Social, 250A Kings Road Arches, Brighton, BN1 1NB. Bookings 01273 590918, www.ohsosocial.co.uk

Indian Chaula’s Lewes

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

a midday meeting or a catch-up with friends, while the evening menu offers inventive street food, local seafood and tasty regional curries, served in an upbeat and informal atmosphere. The Chilli Pickle featured in the National Restaurant Awards’ UK top 100 in 2011-12, and scooped ‘Best Casual Dining’ at the 2012 British Curry Awards. The Chilli Pickle, 17 Jubilee Square, Brighton 01273 900 383, www.thechillipickle.com

Dishes served here are simple, healthy and delicious using the finest and freshest ingredients. Thai people love their street food and Street Thai is the most authentic way of eating and experiencing Thai food. Set menu is available every day except Saturday with two-courses at £8.95 and three-courses at £10.95. Street Thai, 01273 207444, 5 & 20 Brighton Square, Brighton BN1 1HD

Chaula’s Indian Summer

The definitive delivery service from The Chilli Pickle launched this year. Bold, Indian-inspired design, specially-commissioned artwork and smart delivery stake out new ground in home dining. Meanwhile, the menu showcases some of the restaurant’s familiar touches: with regional curries, homemade pickles and chutneys, plus superb ice creams. The Chilli Pickle Canteen: order online at http://thechillipicklecanteen.com 01273 900384

Indian Summer

Indian Summer has been pioneering authentic regional food from the sub continent for over a decade. The Brighton favourite is listed in the ‘Top 100’ restaurants in the UK by the Cobra Good Curry Guide 2013 and recently awarded Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence. The new lunch summer offering is completed with a selection of Thalis and new tandoori roasts on Sundays. Indian Summer, 69 East Street, Brighton, BN1 1HQ, 01273 711001, www.indian-summer.org.uk

Italian Al Duomo

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 available for £6.99; Meal Deal for £9.99. Chaula’s, 2–3 Little East Street, Brighton, BN1 1HT, 01273 771661, www.chaulas.co.uk

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The Chilli Pickle is a local favourite with national standing which combines traditional Indian methods with local produce and an individual style. Their ample thalis spice up

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Brighton’s longest established family run pizzeria, using fresh ingredients, has recently updated its menu and restaurant team. Offering a comprehensive array of traditional stone-baked pizzas made fresh daily with gourmet ingredients imported direct from Italy and authentic Italian dishes from the a la carte menu. Gluten-free pasta and vegan dishes are also offered. Try their special lunch/pre-theatre menu at £9.95 for two courses with a great selection of choices or £12.75 for three courses. Cocktails are available from the cocktail bar and Monday to Friday you can enjoy 2-4-1 cocktails from 3pm–9pm. Check out the special mid-week Cabaret Nights, Elvis, Michael Buble and Las Vegas Swing. Open seven days a week. Booking recommended. Al Duomo Restaurant, 6 & 7 Pavilion Buildings, Brighton, BN1 1EE, 01273 326741, www.alduomo.co.uk

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Food & Drink Andrew Kay hands over his knife, fork and spoon to a group of budding gourmands

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hat a relief it was, after the meaty excesses of Lyon, to hand over the official Latest 7 cutlery to a bunch of aspiring gourmands once again. The annual Kids’ Review special is one of my favourite issues of the year, filled with the excited reports of youngsters who basically all have their eyes on my job. Well, hold back kids, I’m not for giving over the mantle quite yet, although some of you are clearly on the right track, especially this year’s seven willing volunteers. It should come as no surprise, in a city as sophisticated as ours, that our younger generations are so keen on their food. It doesn’t seem to matter what I throw at them, they are up for it. Which is a great relief and rather encouraging. When I first did this, about ten years ago, I was apprehensive. Would they all go out and demand chicken nuggets and sausage and beans? No, they did not, they wanted spice, they wanted raw fish and they wanted to really taste the flavours of the world. Nothing has changed, ten years on they still embrace the idea of “They wanted spice, great cooking with the same fervour, and, as you will read, they wanted raw fish when offered the children’s menu, they still go for the exciting and they wanted option. Hats off to them. to really taste the Brighton and Hove’s restaurant scene seems to have embraced the kids too, there are fewer and fewer flavours of the world” places offering dull dishes for kids, far more who are happy to offer smaller portions from the full menu. I am always delighted to see youngsters experiencing great food, they are not only our future in a global sense, but specifically they will be the restaurant users of the future and in their hands will lie the future of our restaurants. If we choose not to welcome them now, then they may never adopt a culture of dining out. We welcome children into the world of good food, to show them how exciting it is, and to explain that food is not just about taking on fuel. Food is a part of our culture, our history and our heritage. From food we can learn so much, not only about how we produce it but why and where it comes from. We can explain how our ancestors travelled the world and show what they brought back. We can explain the influence of the many nations who, over the years, have made Great Britain their home, how their dishes have been adopted and adapted to become a part of the British diet. I’m 57 now but I still get excited when I discover new things to eat, and there are plenty of new things all the time. But I am equally excited and inspired by the enthusiasm that is created by asking these young people to go out in my place and report back on what they find. With so much choice and such willing volunteers it’s always easy to fill the review slots and we are no longer surprised at how up for it Brighton and Hove’s kids really are. I would like to thank all of my volunteers and their chaperones, for joining in this year and making it as much fun as ever.

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Agua Dulce I was really excited and felt very proud that I had been asked to write a food review for Latest 7 magazine (I’m only 6 so needed a bit of help from Mum), especially as it was to be for Agua Dulce on Kings Road, by the sea, which is a Spanish Restaurant and I love Spanish food. When we arrived we were welcomed by Carlo. We had a really nice table by the window and I loved all the decoration on the walls. There were boats, star fish, bull horns and a Spanish guitar. It was like being in Spain! With Mum and Dad’s help I read through the menu and although we were tempted by the paella (another table had it and it look very tasty), we thought we would go for the Tapas as I wanted to try lots of small dishes. Also, there were a lot of seafood options and seafood is my favourite! I was really excited to try the shark as I had never had this before and I wasn’t disappointed, it was fantastic! Amongst other things we had a huge bowl of big juicy mussels (which I had to eat quickly before Dad ate them all!) which were perfect and I liked the olives on top. The cooked chorizo was great and I liked the spice which went really well with the potato and aioli. I really enjoyed the octopus with paprika and loved eating the tentacles.  I felt full and happy but knew I had room for some dessert so I had the crème brûlée and Dad had the toffee cheescake. Mine was great but I stole some of Dad’s as his was amazing! I don’t usually pay for meals out but Mum and Dad said it was good value for money. I really enjoyed the meal and when we said “Adios” to Carlo I left wishing I could go to Spain! Stanley Sperring (Age 6 1/2) Agua Dulce, 10-11 King’s Road, Brighton, East Sussex BN1 1NE 01273 328672 www.aguadulce-restaurant.com


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10-11 King’s Road Brighton BN1 1NE 01273 328672 www.aguadulce.co.uk

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The Chilli Pickle Canteen I was really pleased to find out I was going to be having a takeaway at home for this review, as takeaways are such a surprise. Today’s treat was an Indian takeaway, which is good for me because I like some spicy food and my dad cooks lots of Indian food (there are lots of choices for non-spicy too.) It had to be ordered from the website, which is really easy and clear with pictures (and a funny cartoon). I saw the little car arrive – I was looking out the window as I was really hungry – it was white with The Chilli Pickle Canteen written on it. Mum said we could eat outside as it was such a beautiful day. My first impression was what lovely, colourful, interesting boxes with lots and lots of little tubs and bags inside like a treasure chest! We had a paneer (Indian cheese) Grand Thali, Chicken Railway Tray, Kallikut Biryani (Mum told me all those names as they are not familiar). It was a feast, the thali and tray had pickles and breads and these wonderful colourful rice crackers which I loved, lots of things to dip in, some sweet, some spicy, my favourites were mango pickle, cabbage thoran and the yoghurt ones. Such interesting tastes and so colourful, great for sharing with your family. The Paneer cheese was very tasty; I didn’t believe the sauce was made of spinach until Mum showed me on the website. There was so much food I had to leave it for Dad and my big brother to have later. For pudding I had banana honeycomb ice-cream, it was very yummy but I had to share it with my mum as it was a big tub. I really enjoyed my meal and when Mum said it was about £40 worth of food, we both agreed it was good value as it fed four of us. I’ve never been to The Chilli Pickle restaurant, well not yet! But I love their takeaway, it was excellent and I’ve asked Mum if we can have it again soon! Katja Kettles (Age 7) www.thechillipicklecanteen.com

Bardsley’s

We went to Bardsley’s fish and chip shop for lunch and it is very traditional. Roy Brown, who runs the restaurant, greeted us and was very friendly. He showed us a fish book so I could see what the fish looked like before they were cooked. We tried lots of different fish, some of it fried in lovely, crispy batter, some of it grilled and some poached. We tried Haddock, Skate Wing with capers on it, Huss and Salmon fillet with some side dishes, including mushy peas, which I was surprised to find I liked. We also had a nice salad and chips, which Mum said were very good. I don’t really eat chips. My favourite fish was Plaice cooked in batter, which was a sweet, white fish. You can also have gluten-free batter for people allergic to flour. The main courses are good value at around £7 to £12 and the specials menu includes tasty things like Moules and Mackerel. They didn’t have any Mackerel that day and Roy said that they can only get the fish on the days when the fishermen can catch them. The ice cream menu was interesting and made in East Sussex. I chose the honeycomb and Mum chose the blood orange sorbet. Both were a good price at under £2.50 and really good quality. The service was nice and quick, and I would recommend this as a really good place to have lunch or to get a takeaway. Rhiannon Price (Age 9) Bardsley’s, 22-23a Baker Street, Brighton, BN1 4JN, 01273 681256, www.bardsleys-fishandchips.co.uk

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Hilton Brighton Metropole Hotel The entrance to the hotel was really posh with sparkly glass chandeliers and porters taking people’s cases to their rooms. The restaurant was busy and we had the best table “very reserved” for us. It was a curved booth overlooking the sea and it had very bouncy seats. Our waitress was called Izzy and she was really friendly and helpful. She brought out our drinks and food really fast and was very funny. There was a really good selection on the kids’ menu it was a tough choice, between the burger, chicken nuggets and the Thai curry. In the end the curry won me over it was scrumdiddlyumptious. Daddy had the chicken and chorizo salad which was healthy and delicious. For dessert I chose the hot chocolate pudding which had a rich chocolate sponge and sauce and a sour raspberry sauce which was in a wavy pattern on top. Dad had the pecan pie with clotted cream ice cream which I thought was fantastico. You should go to this restaurant because the service is speedy and the food is splendid. All the tables are great but if you can reserve a booth it would be the best. The restaurant is perfect for a birthday treat or other special occasion. I hope to go back soon with the rest of my family. Izzy Blood (Age 7) Hilton Brighton Metropole Hotel, Kings Road, Brighton BN1 2FU, 01273 775432

Terre à Terre

Terre à Terre makes a striking impression. The front of the restaurant has a charming antique feel, lavish with wooden panels and ornate décor. While the back maintains the theme with a highly polished wooden floor, the walls are painted a deep purple which creates a more playful vibe. The large French doors, leading out to a small patio area, help the interior to feel open and airy. The service at Terre à Terre is excellent, with polite and attentive staff that seem almost omnipresent in their ability to keep a glass topped up. The food served is refreshingly innovative, and I was really surprised by their ability to take ingredients I would usually avoid and produce a culinary masterpiece. The three-course meal I was served was remarkably satisfying, reaching a rare equilibrium between quality and quantity. The generous portions sizes were a pleasant surprise when considering the precise attention to detail applied to every aspect of the food. An even more pleasant surprise was the relative affordability of such a prestigious establishment, £25 for a satisfying and flavoursome threecourse meal seems a small price to pay. The meal I chose consisted of a warming sweet potato soup, an intriguing rosti re-imagining for main and a refreshing helping of ice cream served with fresh summer fruit and biscotti. All three courses benefited from elegant presentation and were cooked to perfection. Overall, Terre à Terre is an incredibly enjoyable dining experience. The gentle hum of conversation emitted by the eclectic group of diners it attracts creates the perfect atmosphere to enjoy a wide variety of exquisite vegetarian cuisine. Felix Leif (Age 16) Terre à Terre, 71 East Street, Brighton, BN1 1HQ, 01273 729051 www.terreaterre.co.uk


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CHOCOLATE MAKING FROM THE BEANS Learn how you actually convert the roasted beans into smooth yummy chocolate Holiday workshops at the shop £29 per person, 1 hour duration Phone to book: 01273 734881 or pop into the Chocoholly shop The Chocolate Workshop 27 Western Road, Hove (near Brunswick Sq)

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It was a hot day and I needed a drink first, freshly squeezed OJ. Loved it! I then chose from the Kids’ Menu – a ‘mini menu for little grown ups’ as they call it – and had the mini chicken katsu; chicken breast deep fried in panko breadcrumbs, with sticky white rice, carrots, cucumber and sweetcorn. I chose the sweet sauce (amai) to dip with but you can have the spicy sauce (katsu) if you want. Dad says the older you get the more spice you like and he had the chilli ramen. He liked it! There are other things kids can have like cod with vegetables, noodle dishes, chicken ramen (noodles in broth with chicken and vegetables) or chicken cha han (stir-fried rice with chicken and vegetables). For dessert I had a cherry lolly which is my favourite flavour. I really loved it; I like Japanese style food, the restaurant had a lot of kids, you could see all the chefs cooking, free wi-fi (for the iPad, of course), and I got to try chopsticks again! I’m still learning though, so out came the spoon and fork! In fact, when I left I got given a bag by the lovely waitress, with more chopsticks in and some stickers. Max Hemmings, (Age 7) Wagamama, 30 Kensington Street, Brighton, BN1 4AJ, 01273 688892 www.wagamama.com

When we first arrived at Bom-Bane’s Café, we were amazed by the great atmosphere. There was music playing, there were lots of funny tables and there were interesting pictures and guitars hanging on the walls. Jane, the owner, came out and gave us a big welcome. She had even cut out letters on the wall saying, “Hello Tabitha & Tilly”! We sat at a table in the window where we had a good view of the street outside, but you could also see the whole café and Jane working in the kitchen. First of all, Jane made us a fantastic kids’ cocktail with umbrellas and a straw in it. She also talked us through the menu to decide what we would like to eat. First of all we both had a really yummy tomato soup with chewy brown bread and butter. We finished that all off! For our main course, I had a tapas plate (£3.95) with salad, hummus, peppers, olives and mozzarella cheese, and Tilly had bangers and mash and tomato gravy (£3.95). To finish, we both had some ginger and vanilla ice-cream with fresh fruit. Tilly said it was “spectacular!” After our food, Jane took us round the café and showed us all the funny tables. One had a TV in it and told stories, one turned round slowly so your plate and drink would keep moving away, and another one went up and down so you had to stand up or sit down! Finally, Jane sat down at a little piano and sung us a funny song about having a goldfish bowl on your head – and she wore a funny hat that really did have a goldfish bowl on the top! We really liked eating at Bom-Bane’s. We thought Jane was brilliant and would love to go there again. Tabitha Cotton, age 10, and Matilda Cotton, (Age 8) Bom-Banes Café, 24 George Street, Brighton, BN2 1RH 01273 606400, www.bom-banes.com

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WHAT’S ON MUSIC CHART, REVIEWS&BOOKINGS

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Want to see your favourites stay in the charts? The more times you listen, the higher they rise! Words: Holly Cozens

1 The Black Fields The Fighter 2 White Star Liners Tyre Pressure Was The Least Of His Worries 3 The Longing Sky Dogstar feat. Julia Fitness 4 Nick Conroy Don’t Care 5 Jim Guittard The Sun Shines Today 6 Death Ape Disco 10,000 Years

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CARO EMERALD

Brighton Centre, 12 March 2014, £22.50/£32.50/£45, 0844 847 1515, www.brightoncentre.co.uk With more than 2.5 million record sales, 15 platinum discs, 32 million YouTube views, a host of awards, a string of sold out tours and, of course, the thrill of seeing ‘The Shocking Miss Emerald’ enter the UK charts at Number One it is fair to say that Caro Emerald is having a pretty good time.

AMANDA PALMER AND THE GRAND THEFT ORCHESTRA, Concorde 2, 13 July 2013 ✪✪✪✪

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lthough she didn’t get naked (despite the crowd’s demands) it’s difficult to imagine what more Amanda Palmer could have given to her audience at the sweaty Concorde 2. At one point crowd surfing around the entire venue, she mixed the spikey rock of the recent Theatre Is Evil album with older Dresden Dolls tracks and an almost too raw new solo song making this certainly one for the fans. Perhaps she could have skipped the rather rote Pulp and Smiths covers in favour of more of her own compositions but overall she played a great gig while staying fully clothed. Simon Plotkin

DON’T LOOK NOW: FORTIETH ANNIVERSARY SCREENING & INTERVIEW

Duke Of York’s Picturehouse, 8 September 2013, £10.75, www.soundstageevents.co.uk Soundstage Events presents a special screening of Don’t Look Now, marking 40 years since its release. After the screening, its director, the legendary Nicolas Roeg will be interviewed by Ben Wheatley, the acclaimed director of Sightseers, Kill List and A Field In England.

INSPIRE: JACOB ROSS IN CONVERSATION PLUS WRITING MASTERCLASS

7 Jim Guittard Survival Mode 8 Three Brians We are Eng–er–land! 9 The Mighty Rivals Indigo Girl 10 Jaybee The Ballad Of Billy And Bonnie 11 Neon Mussolini Emotional For The Last Time 12 Dannydangerously HARIBO

The Old Market, 26 July 2013, £28 or £35 combo ticket with food, 01273 201 800, www.theoldmarket.co.uk Acclaimed Caribbean author and short story writer Jacob Ross is joining us for a special evening. As well as reading from his work and talking about his life as a writer, Jacob will also be in discussion with three Sussex authors about creativity, inspiration and the state of publishing for Black authors.

THE X FACTOR LIVE TOUR

13 BoxBoy My Weekend 14 W.H.A.T.A.M.I. Ask Yourself Why 15 Breach Of Contact Patick Smart

Brighton Centre, 17 March 2014, £22.50/£32.50/£45, 0844 847 1515, www.brightoncentre.co.uk The X Factor is back and set to hit our screens this summer in what will be an amazing 10th series. With auditions underway presale for the 10th UK Arena XFACTOR LIVE TOUR are on sale now.

FUNNY GIRLS

The comedy night started strongly with a charmingly silly set of songs from host Hannah Brackenbury. Blending elements of Victoria Wood whimsy with Seth McFarlane’s Family Guy shtick of taking jokes further than their natural shelf-life, the compere perfectly punctuated performances from four other stand-ups. Amongst the highlights was Jane Postlethwaite but it was regular headliner Julie Jepson who deservedly stole the show. Caroline of Brunswick, 12 July 2013 ✪✪✪ Nick Aldwinckle

FRIENDS

If there will be one lasting memory of the gig, it will be Friends’ Samantha Urbani being mobbed during a stage invasion to a totally unrehearsed cover of Limp Bizkit. She is an enigmatic and alluring front woman, impossible to keep your eyes off. The set, which previewed many new funky-R’n’B jams, is defined by her versatile vocal style and engaging humour. The free cider handed to the crowd also helped. There is nothing like a party with Friends. Coalition, 16 July 2013 ✪✪✪✪✪ Woodrow Whyte

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STAGE: PINK FRINGE Pink Fringe Does Pride: a trio of theatrical & performance events for this year’s Brighton Pride

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here’s a lot more to Pride than just the crowds, the floats and the park. Brighton’s own purveyors of queer culture, Pink Fringe are presenting a programme of cutting edge performance for Brighton Pride 2013. First up on Friday 2 August is I Wanna Be Loved By You at the Brighton Dome Studio Theatre. Combining theatre, cabaret and music, a stellar line up interrogate the cult of celebrity. This is followed on Pride Saturday (3 August) by the Lip Sinkers & Lorraine Bowen, lighting up the Marlborough Theatre with costumes and chaos. Finally on Sunday 4 August, to round off the weekend, there will be the free Pink Fringe Picnic at Jubilee Square, where micro-performances in bathing huts and crafty fun for all the family will ensue. Pink Fringe is delighted to have, amongst the performers in I Wanna Be Loved By You, the esteemed performance artist

David Hoyle, who is rarely seen on the Brighton theatre circuit. A cabaret performer who is not afraid of questioning accepted truths, his exploration of our obsession with celebrity is sure to be darkly entertaining. Also gracing the stage will be local legend Boogaloo Stu, whose pop songs and irreverent humour will lend a different dimension to the evening. Other artists featuring in the performance are Stacy Makishi, drag fabulist Dickie Beau and the nationally acclaimed Gary Clarke Dance Company. On Saturday, for the first time, drag superstars The Lip Sinkers will be teaming up with the eccentric queen of song Lorraine Bowen to perform a special Pride version of their show. Combining the stockings and stilettos of the Lip Sinkers with the polyester housecoats of Lorraine Bowen, this new host will bring her accordion and some quirky songs about apple crumble for those who fancy a sit down and a chuckle. Following on from last year’s very successful Pink Fringe Picnic, they are occupying Jubilee Square in association with nearby arts venue, The Basement. For this free community event, the gorgeous Victorian bathing huts created for the Nightingale’s Dip Your Toe project will be rolling out of their hiding place, each a microperformance venue to surprise and delight the crowds with interesting happenings. Suitable for all the family and running throughout the afternoon, there will be music, life-drawing and craft activities with bearded drag queens – you know, just the usual afternoon out in Brighton! Remember to bring your picnic hampers! I Wanna Be Loved by You Studio Theatre, Brighton

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>THIS WEEK’S MUST SEES Soul Sister Theatre Royal, Brighton Until Sat 27 July Box office 0844 871 7650 www.atgtickets.com Barnum Theatre In The Park, Chichester Until Sat 31 August

Box office 01243 781312 www.cft.org.uk The Merry Wives of Windsor Tues 23 to Sun 28 July Highdown Gardens, Soul Sister Worthing Box office 01903 206206 www.worthingtheatres.co.uk

Dome, New Road, Brighton Friday 2 August, 7.30pm Tickets £12/10 www.brightondome.org/ The Lip Sinkers and Lorraine Bowen Marlborough Theatre, Princes Street, Brighton Saturday 3 August, 9pm Tickets £11/10 www.brownpapertickets.com Pink Fringe Picnic Jubilee Square, Brighton Sunday 4 August, 1pm–6pm FREE EVENT STAGE UKULELE CRAZY Ropetackle spokesman Mark Phillips said: “With Andy Murray’s recent triumph at Wimbledon, the media has been awash with nostalgic imagery from the 1930s when Britain last won the elusive title. Fred Perry though, was by no

means the only star of the 1930s, and here at Ropetackle we've got a theatre production dedicated to the biggest star of that era, George Formby. Formby is quite simply a British institution, famed for his comical songs played on the ukulele in trademark style; Formby carved out a successful career on both stage and film. This August, Formby comes to Ropetackle in the form of a magical stage show following his rise to becoming one of Britain’s biggest stars. A truly entertaining night of theatre, comedy, music, and nostalgia.” Formby follows the rise of George Formby from awkward stable boy to one of Britain’s biggest stars. In a unique one-man performance Ewan Wardrop plays the role of Formby, as well as all the key characters involved in this fascinating slice of his life. Formby is a funny, touching and thoughtful look at the life of an essentially ordinary man with an extraordinary talent. This sensational production features many of Formby’s classic hits brilliantly recreated by Wardrop on the Ukulele, including: ‘Blackpool Rock’, ‘Leaning On A Lamp-Post’, ‘When I’m Cleaning Windows’, ‘TT Races’, and many more. Formby, Ropetackle Arts Centre, Friday 2 August 2013, 7.30pm, £12 Box Office: 01273 464440 www.ropetacklecentre.co.uk

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WHAT’S ON COMEDY&FILM, ART&EVENTS

FILM: THE WOLVERINE INTERVIEW Holly Cozens speaks to James Mangold, director of the new film about the hairy, adamantium-laden superhero Which was your favourite scene in The Wolverine to shoot? “What I always look forward to when I'm watching the film is the kick off. Well, first of all the opening sequence, the bombing of Nagasaki. That one is a favourite of mine; I very much like the statement the movie makes from the get go about tone, that it takes itself seriously. It also captured in that one scene two styles, both the quiet and the intense.” Despite the modern Japanese influence in the film, you start with perhaps one of their most important events in history, the bombing of Nagasaki. Did you feel a responsibility to respect that? “I think the reality is that we are respectful and I was checking in a lot with our Japanese cast, trying to feel them out and how they felt about it. I think one of the things they felt is that the young people of Japan are no longer the generation who have lived or necessarily their parents lived through this so it's becoming more of a distant tale. So for a lot of the Japanese cast I spoke to in the movie, it was kind of a reminder.” You did a great job at bringing Wolverine on par with Batman in terms of vulnerability and depth of story. How did you and Hugh decide on that as a thematic presence? “Here you're looking at a slightly different story but with the same character with the same actor through the eyes of a different director. You can do a hell of a lot to change tone without dumping everything and, I mean, having made another wildly different toned film with Hugh Jackman [Kate and Leopold], he's an incredibly versatile and capable actor, and he had his own agenda very much matching my own. He had a kind of hunger to go darker with the character and had never had the chance.”

COMEDY: GAMARJOBAT (GA-MA-JO-BAT) ROCK OUT! Award-winning, wordless, spikyhaired brilliance from this duo with a sneak preview of their brand new show. Last timed they prompted both howls of laughter and a tender lump in the throat with their falldown humour and gentle re-telling of the Rocky Balboa story. This time it’s all about the rock’n’roll. Komedia, Mon 29 July, 8pm, £15/12

COMEDY: CASUAL VIOLENCE HAVE FRIENDS Nominated for the Malcolm Hardee Award for Comic Originality, this sketch troupe filled with dark and silly ideas are primed for their Edinburgh run – starting next week. Which makes this preview show practically as good as the one the punters’ll be paying for in a few days’ time. Free as well – bonza. Caroline of Brunswick, Fri 26 July, 7.30pm, free

numerous categories and a doggy fashion show, with retail and food stalls for all spectators. The perfect day out for all dog lovers. Hove Recreation Ground, Shirley Drive, Sunday 28 July, all day, free EVENT: EVENING BUS GUIDED WALKS This annual event is in its eighth year, helping you make the most of summer evenings with a guided walk around the beautiful countryside surrounding Brighton and Hove. Take a short bus ride to enjoy some glorious walks. Churchill Square, Mon 22–Fri 26 July, 6pm, £4.60 (price of a saver ticket) FILM: ROMEO AND JULIET (TBC) Dir: Carlo Carlei It’s the classic tale of boy meets girl, boy kills girl’s brother and then boy dupes girl into self-harm. Maybe. Love, in all its many splendoured colours takes centre stage in the latest re-telling of Shakespeare’s star-crossed lovers. Starring Douglas Booth, Hailee Steinfeld, Damian Lewis, Ed Westwick and Paul Giamatti. Released Fri 26 July Showing at Odeon

EVENTS: DOGGY PRIDE 2013 Get your dog in the competitive mood at Doggy Pride 2013. Take part for a chance to win in the choice of

Could you tell me a bit more about coming onto the project, when they came to you what was in place already? “Chris McQuarrie had written a draft then Darren [Aronofsky] had come on briefly. I think Darren's involvement had been a couple of months, basically a passing of the script, there hadn't been a budget or anything else and never scouted. I came on, read Chris' script and felt there were still several challenges I wanted to integrate into the material. One was I felt there was a real liability we had in relation to Logan's ability to heal from anything. I kind of put Viper in to the picture earlier and tried to engineer a way that the movie would not only be about healing but also more his own immortality as a result of it. None of that was there and Nagasaki wasn't there.” The Wolverine is released Friday 26 July in cinemas nationwide. For full interview, see online at www.thelatest.co.uk

FILM: FRANCES HA (15) Dir: Noah Baumberg This charming comedy drama sees Baumberg and Greta Gerwig reunite in a winning fashion since working Listings Send your stage listings to: stage@thelatest.co.uk Send your comedy listings to: comedy@thelatest.co.uk Send your events listings to: events@thelatest.co.uk Send your arts listings to: art@thelatest.co.uk Send your music listings to: music@thelatest.co.uk Send your club listings to: clubs@thelatest.co.uk Send your gay listings to: gay@thelatest.co.uk

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together on the Ben Stiller film, Greenberg. It will be hard not to fall in love with Frances Ha. Released Fri 26 July Showing at Duke of York’s Picturehouse and Duke’s At Komedia ART: INTO THE BLUE A family friendly exhibition of all things blue, featuring objects from Brighton Museums’ collections. Into the Blue is a journey of discovery in science, art and history. Hove Museum & Art Gallery, New Church Road, 01273 290900. Until 21 January 2014

MUSIC: TOM RUSSELL Hugely respected and prolific Americana songwriter who has amassed an incredible repertoire of 28 albums so far, and had songs covered by the likes of Johnny Cash and Nanci Griffith. Latest one is the most ambitious yet; Aztec Jazz, recorded in Norway with the 32-piece Norwegian Wind Ensemble and guitarist Thad Beckman. Needless to say they won’t be here for this gig, but expect a masterclass nevertheless. The Palmeira, Sat 27 July, 7.30pm, £15

ART: 2020 VISION Stunning images, film and sound gathered by the 2020VISION team forms the basis of a multi-city ‘roadshow‘ whose centre-piece is a street gallery exhibition accessible to millions of people nationwide, at locations throughout the UK between 2012 and 2015. The Roadshow aims to increase the relevance of nature to a wide audience. King’s Road, Brighton seafront (between the piers). Until 29 July MUSIC: DARK DARK DARK Led by singer Nona Marie Invie, this American based outfit use European folk as a base to layer country, pop and even jazz, creating an otherwordly sound that has found much favour here.  Blind Tiger Club, Tues 23 July, 7.30pm, £10

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MUSIC: CAMP BESTIVAL Jeff Hemming’s looks forward to one of summer’s hottest festivals

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ixth birthday for the slightly more grown up version of Bestival, the theme for this year's jamboree is ‘Around The World’, which has got, as usual, Rob da Bank very excited, he being the founder and curator of the Bestival brand. “Crack out the jelly and ice cream, unroll the Twister board and cover me in sticky pop if I’m not more excited than ever to be announcing our all-ages extravaganza once more.” A demonstration of how supposedly fully grown and mature adults go crazy when the opportunity comes to regress and indulge in some childhood nostalgia (which is what I am currently doing now, by way of listening to some of the best pop moments of 1976... ahh, the memories... Wings, ELO, Steeleye Span, Gallagher and Lyle...) I digress. This year's musical line-up includes Richard Hawley, The Levellers, Toots & The Maytals, Musical Youth, Kid Creole, Billy Bragg, Labrinth, choral pop and rock from Polyphonic Spree (who will be performing a very special Rocky Horror Show set), I Am Kloot, The Correspondents, and the West End hit show Let It Be will be performing a selection of The Beatles’ greatest hits. Expect DJ action from the likes of Grandmaster Flash, Sasha, David Rodigan’s Ram Jam, Andrew Weatherall and Sean Johnston’s sublime A Love From Outer Space, Drum’n’bass kingpins Fabio + Grooverider plus Coldcut’s Jon More, Dub Pistols head honcho Barry Ashworth, Xfm’s John Kennedy, Balearic Brothers, amongst others. Camp Bestival is about so much more than the the music, and kids are extremely well catered for here; there’s the truly fabulous Mr Tumble back as well as a festival exclusive from Horrible Histories and Erth’s Dinosaur Zoo, TV favourites Dick ’n’ Dom whilst top comedian Alan Davies heads a very fine comedy line up. And then there’s youth and contemporary dance, choirs, workshops, circuses, games, Morris dancing, sports and more. It truly is a camp with a difference! Camp Bestival, Friday 1–Sunday 4 August, Lulworth Cove, Dorset. www.campbestival.net

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WHAT’S ON CLUBS

L7 SADI ALI FINDS CLUBBING IN CRAWLEY IS MADE EASY

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music’s lucky pair of presenters Eddy String and Cathy Sear showcase the best of this year’s music, action, gossip and fun at The 2013 Brighton Music Awards aka The BMAs, straight from The Latest Musicbar in the hub of Brighton. Including live performances from Kenelis, Jacko Hooper and Black Bonds to name but a few, interviews with the artists, winners and local celebs, and of course exclusive coverage of all the awards themselves, created by none other than the one and only Cassette Lord, one could say this is an artistic composite of the wealth of Brightonian musical talent! Built from vision to shine the spotlight on and promote artists in the local area, The Brighton Music Awards were founded and created by David Courtney and Paul Becks back in 2010 to give local musicians both a platform and a voice. We’re sure you will agree that Brighton, with its ever expanding musical population and diversity, has again proved its rich selection of original talent. The BMAs have captured the attention of music industry professionals and celebs alike including Saffron from Republica, Simon Price and Pauline Carroll, organiser of the NME Awards, all of whom had the pleasure of presenting awards at the ceremony. Brighton is considered to be a ‘mini London’ by the sea, a place where talent can be cultivated and nurtured. With this in mind, The BMAs are sure to be an inaugural event for many years – with the successful collaboration of the creators, promoters Latest TV and of course Bmusic! Watch the Brighton Music Awards online by heading to our YouTube or catch it and more at www.facebook.com/BmusicTV

n the last two weeks I have been travelling to Crawley on my Friday nights to work for JJ’Whispers. Although I have such a good time and it has been wonderful meeting new people and seeing new clubs, it is nothing like Brighton. I think it may be because I have never experienced anything other than Brighton’s nightlife. I would recommend spending a night out in Crawley as it is nice to have a change every now and then. But the clubs close at around 3’oclock, so when you return to Brighton I would then advise you to head down to the TUBE (on the beach). They are open till around 6am and pretty much everyone will end up there at the end of the night. In the next few weeks there will be a new minibus service that will transport people from Crawley to Brighton and back and vice versa so that people from both areas can experience different clubs and atmospheres. Keep reading each week to find out more info, or tweet me to find out dates. In the past few weeks I have also been hunting for some of Brighton’s best club photos... Here are a few of my favourites!

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WHAT’S ON CLUBS

>DON’T MISS< CLICHE Welcome the arrival of a new night at Smack with Cliche. Devoted to playing you the best commercial house and R’n’B. Expand your horizons and try something new. Smack, Sat 27 July, 10pm, £7/5

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TRANQUILITY If life is stressing you out and it’s only Wednesday, head down to Volks for some uber chilled dubstep. The perfect night away from the busy town life. Volks, Weds 24 July, 7pm, Free

Andy Hinton on this week’s best gigs

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week which begun with me thoroughly enjoying what will no doubt go down as the sweatiest gig of the year. The mighty Pharcyde played their classic Bizarre Ride II album to a Concorde 2 packed to the rafters. It has probably not gone unnoticed in my column that I am a bit of a hip-hop head and it was pleasing to see not just oldies like myself who remember when their masterpiece came out but plenty of youngsters too dancing and jumping about like loons from the off. We’ve got a review and some great pictures up on the site. After my rant the other week this was one gig where talking would not have been noticed but the band who started off the whole discussion, the marvellous Dark Dark Dark are at The Blind Tiger on Tuesday. This alt/folk, Americana band from Minneapolis are very special indeed. A group of immaculate musicians lead by the clear as crystal voice of Nona Marie and featuring one of the best (and most subtle drummers) I've ever seen. They are a band who have very much a cult following but everyone who I dragged along to their gig last year was instantly converted to the cause.

RELEASE THE BATS Tired of the same old cheesy ’80s nights? Give yourself over to the dark side at Caroline of Brunswick and enjoy the best goth and alternative tunes the ’80s had to offer. Caroline of Brunswick, Sat 27 July, 9pm, £2 M GENERATION I want my MTV! Thursday nights are all about indulging in the biggest mix of songs that grace the great MTV channel with their presence. If you have heard it there, you'll hear it here. Belushi's Below, Thu 25 July, 10pm, £3/2/1

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On Wednesday at The Green Door Store is Thomas Truax. An inventor of weird and wonderful instruments such as The Hornicator, The Mary Poppins and the Cadillac Beatspinner Wheel. Intrigued? He’s summed up by Alex Flynn as “the musically eccentric love child of David Lynch and Captain Beefheart who has been taught guitar by Ray Davies and been babysat by MacGyver”. Check out Alex’s preview on the site. I've never seen the guy but after hearing great things about his performance at The Hope last year I'm going to try to make it along to this one. The other big gig of the week (yep, things are starting to tail off for the summer) is Youth Lagoon at the Concorde 2 on Friday. Initially a bedroom project by American Trevor Powers, his first album, The Year Of Hibernation felt like a personal montage devoted to lost youth He’s now got a full band and his second album, Wondrous Bughouse, expands upon the epic but keeps that sense of the personal intact. For fans of Deerhunter, Animal Collective, as I said in my preview “This is psychedelic music that sounds completely modern and now”. More info at www.brightonnoise.co.uk Pic Tom Scrace

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STARS With Val Aviv

★ARIES {Mar 21–Apr 20}

For March babies, the exuberant Sun brings you back your signature joie de vivre this week. You can be confident about creativity as you’re able to express your fun side. Be careful in disputes as what you find impossible could be fine tomorrow.

★TAURUS {Apr 21–May 21}

You always were more of a lover than a fighter. As this week’s dreamy and idealistic planet of Neptune lines up to oppose your ruler the congenial Venus, it will be hard to say no to romantic propositions such as these.

★GEMINI {May 22–June 21}

This is the perfect week to take the financial initiative to chase those green backs. If money is not your current obsession, it could be your self esteem and personal sense of worth that gets a much needed boost.

★CANCER {June 22–July 22}

With Mars putting fire in your belly and Jupiter accentuating this desire, your sense of personal identity is strengthening. However, you’re not the only contender in the ring of fire, as Pluto’s opposition may show you; power in relationships, like suffering – is all relative.

★LEO {July 23–Aug 22}

Your ruler the Sun feels at its best from this week forth as he is back at home in your sign. You’re ready to march to the beat of your own drum. Your mental focus can play a big part in your health, so watch that hidden anger has a positive outlet.

★VIRGO {Aug 23–Sep 22}

Partners might be being vague and annoyingly idealistic, but as you know, the devil is in the detail, so it’s up to you to bring a sense of realism to any suggestions that they make. With Venus in your sign, you’re looking devastating

★LIBRA {Sep 23–Oct 22}

With Venus your ruler in the hidden part of your chart, a love affair could be sparked in a secluded place or behind the scenes. Try to be as honest as you can when it comes to matters of the heart. Money is looking good and friends and associates are very much on board with your ideas.

★SCORPIO {Oct 23–Nov 21}

Of course there’s a lot of responsibility involved in what you’re thinking about undertaking. Yet a new group of allies both professionally and personally, are going to cut through any wooly mindedness and help you to get clarity.

★SAGITTARIUS {Nov 22–Dec 20}

Your brash and outrageous approach usually comes up trumps but now with Venus making a hard aspect to your sign, it’s the way you tell them that really matters. It’s a questions of form, remember one man’s meat is another man’s poison.

★CAPRICORN {Dec 21–Jan 19}

You might feel that all the decision making is in the hands of your partner with so many planets in your opposite sign of Cancer. It’s time to ditch the past and clear a space for a radically different way of relating in the future.

★AQUARIUS {Jan 20–Feb 19}

Sometimes your far sighted, light and airy touch is just what friends and partners need, but now someone is bound to want a far more pragmatic solution. Don’t be brought down, soon an important offer could be made that changes everything.

★PISCES {Feb 20–Mar 20}

Don’t be beguiled by the apparent appeal of others, all that glisters is not gold. Whether you believe it or not, you hold the trump cards, so get out there and show others that you have the integrity and the tenacity to carry out a bold plan with timely precision.

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 823 – 29 JULY performances so much fun, and yet found a format that gives them a structure within which to hang it all. There’s also cutaway shorts for extra bonus fun, that reminded me of The Young Ones and the ridiculous asides to camera from Vyv’s pet rodent With Victoria Nangle and other random inserts. The Young Ones parallel is an obvious one as it’s stupidly ill-equipped for the world people sharing a home, but the Badults (bad adults – geddit?) have an underlying closer fondness for each other than Rik and the gang did in the 1980s. With anything being possible, and three distinct inter-relating t’s hot! It’s too hot to think! Which is why it might personalities (Matthew’s conservative and be the perfect time to watch Matthew Crosby, organised, Tom’s gregarious and scheming, Ben’s Tom Parry and Ben Clark (aka award-winning dopey and good-natured) there’s more than a hint comedy sketch group Pappy’s)’s new BBC3 sitcom. of The Goodies in there too. Because it’s both clever and silly, rapidfire The set allows them to continue with their ad punchlines coming from all directions, and just hoc props, made from household everyday things, emerses you happily like a fresh while no longer seeming illbreeze combined with a dunk in prepared. The chaps have the paddling pool. That’d be a dunk “ like a fresh managed to finally transfer their you were looking forward to after a surreal playtime enthusiasm to long day at the office with hot feet breeze combined the small screen, and they’ve and a commute of such humidity it with aplomb. They’re in with a dunk in the done you could swear there were eyes their flat so of course it won’t looking at you through palm leaves paddling pool” seem odd for all three to start rather than newspaper pages. singing separate parts from Les Suffice to say, it’s a good dunk. Misérables together. One of them Pappy’s have tried television before, adapting in pyjamas. Accompanied by a ghetto blaster. their live anarchic club house shows to a studio They’re in their home so of course they’ll happen audience, which fell in a promising but dishevelled to have bottles of home brew aftershave in the mess. This time they’ve taken stock of that and fridge. It just makes sense. (We’ve all had that taken up the tight format of a sitcom, based in the weird flatmate that makes it make sense.) flat they share, and it sounds like they’ve I have enjoyed watching the live sketch shows overlayed a laughter track. As much as that last from this trio for years so yes, I was already a bit point might put a few people off it shouldn’t, as the of a fan. But as such, I would have been all the script packs so many laughs in I wouldn’t be more disappointed if Badults had fallen short of surprised if it was a technique to make sure you what these guys can deliver. It’s not the live show, didn’t miss any. I started writing a list of the kind but it’s not trying to be anymore. Through a of punchlines the show included: Rhyming metamorphosis of their podcasts (and probably punchlines, swearing punchlines, pedantic countless production meetings) it’s something punchlines, sign language punchlines, food better suited for the medium of telly. And it made punchlines, logo punchlines, literal punchlines, me laugh out loud. sequel punchlines, violent punchlines... I stopped Badults, BBC3, Tuesday 23 July 2013 making a list as I couldn’t keep up. That’s a good thing. The trio have managed to keep the anarchic Follow me: latestvicky scattergun comedy that makes their live

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tuesday 23 Why Don’t You Speak English? Channel 4, 9pm Adding to the ‘understanding other walks of life and difficulties’ strain kicked off by Nick and Margaret and their benefits doc, this two-parter follows four first generation immigrants as they try to learn English for the first time, taught by ordinary Brits and living with a British family. Mutual innit?

Imagine... Woody Allen: A Documentary BBC1, 10.35pm Robert B. Weide’s intimate two-part study of the multi-award winning filmmaker who also likes to play a spot of jazz. From his childhood in Brooklyn to his first move into screenwriting and movie making, Woody discusses his broad body of work, probably including your favourite flick.

Badults BBC3, 10pm We’ve seen Pappy’s come to Brighton over the years, bringing anarchic sketch comedy to a venue near you – now they’re on the telly! They’re three lads sharing a flat, their first challenge is what to do with their unauthorised withdrawal of £5,000 from the bank. Spend, save, or invest? Bound to be silly.

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6.05am Homes Under The Hammer 7.05 Flog It! 7.35 Bargain Hunt 8.20 Don’t Get Done, Get Dom 9.05 The Chef’s Protege 9.35 The Chef’s Protege 10.05 Rhys Jones’s Wildlife Patrol 10.35 HARDtalk 11.00 BBC News 11.30 BBC World News 12.00pm Coast 12.05 Animal Park 12.35 FILM: Hue And Cry (1947) 1.55 The Super League Show 2.40 Classic Mastermind 3.10 The A To Z Of TV Gardening 3.55 A Taste Of My Life 4.25 Wild Down Under 5.15 Vintage Antiques Roadshow 6.00 Eggheads Quiz show. 6.30 Britain’s Empty Homes 7.00 Indian Ocean With Simon Reeve This stage of Simon Reeve’s journey around the spectacular Indian Ocean takes him from Sri Lanka to Bangladesh. 8.00 Raymond Blanc: How To Cook Well Raymond Blanc believes becoming a good cook is all about mastering the basic techniques. This episode is all about roasting. 8.30 The Cruise: A Life At Sea In January 2013, the Cruise Liner Balmoral set sail on a 112-day world cruise. This is her story. 9.00 The Route Masters: Running London’s Roads Series revealing how London’s roads keep moving. 10.00 Family Tree When Mr Pfister discovers an unforeseen aspect of Tom’s great-grandfather Harry’s life, it leads Tom and Pete to the south coast of England, where Harry died many years before. 10.30 Newsnight In-depth investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day’s headlines. 11.20 The Tube: An Underground History In 2013 London Underground is 150 years old. Following on from BBC2’s The Tube series, this programme tells the story of the underground through the eyes of the people who work for it. 12.20am Sign Zone: The Apprentice

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 Let’s Do Lunch With Gino & Mel 1.30 ITV News & Weather 2.00 The Hungry Sailors 3.00 Secret Dealers 4.00 Tipping Point 5.00 Take On The Twisters

6.10am The Hoobs 6.35 The Hoobs 7.00 Hugh’s 3 Good Things: Best Bites 7.15 According To Jim 7.40 Will And Grace 8.05 Everybody Loves Raymond 8.35 Everybody Loves Raymond 9.05 Frasier 9.35 Frasier 10.05 The Big Bang Theory 10.35 The Big Bang Theory 11.00 Undercover Boss Canada 12.00pm Channel 4 News Summary 12.05 A Place In The Sun: Home Or Away 1.05 Kirstie’s Handmade Treasures 1.20 FILM: Brighton Rock (1947) 3.10 Countdown 4.00 Deal Or No Deal 5.00 Come Dine With Me 6.00 The Simpsons 6.30 Hollyoaks Nancy is given hope and decides to prove once and for all that she can change. 7.00 Channel 4 News 7.55 Ramadan Diaries 8.00 Kirstie’s Fill Your House For Free Kirstie Allsopp takes over a shop in Glasgow and stocks it with furniture that has been sourced for free. She then uses this furniture to help two families transform their homes, showing people that secondhand is not second best. 9.00 Why Don’t You Speak English? See highlights. 10.00 Rude Tube Alex Zane continues his voyage through the universe of internet madness. 11.05 My Tattoo Addiction There are over an estimated 20 million tattoos in Britain and full arm, leg, chest, back and even head tattoos are now more popular than ever. Reflecting the changing nature of tattoos and the industry, the film follows contributors who have all developed a unique relationship with their tattoos. 12.10am Random Acts 12.15 PokerStars.com Caribbean Adventure 1.15 KOTV Boxing Weekly 1.40 Beach Volleyball FIVB 2.35 Mobil 1 The Grid 3.05 Caterham Motorsport 3.40 Ironman 4.05 Seen 2 Help Slateman Triathlon 4.30 Phil Spencer: Secret Agent 5.25 Deal Or No Deal

6.00 – 7.35am Children’s television 7.35 Thomas & Friends 7.45 Make Way For Noddy 8.00 Fifi And The Flowertots 8.10 Milkshake! Monkey 8.15 Peppa Pig 8.20 Peppa Pig 8.25 Peppa Pig 8.30 Milkshake! Show Songs 8.35 Roary The Racing Car 8.50 Bananas In Pyjamas 9.00 Tickety Toc 9.15 The Wright Stuff 11.10 The Hotel Inspector Returns 12.10pm 5 News Lunchtime 12.15 Big Brother 1.15 Home And Away 1.45 Neighbours 2.15 NCIS 3.15 FILM: Trial By Fire (2008) 5.00 5 News At 5 5.30 Neighbours 6.00 Home And Away Feeling awkward after kissing Tamara, Kyle decides to move in with his brothers. 6.30 NewsTalk Live 7.00 Aircrash: Hudson River Landing Intriguing documentary which investigates the causes of some of the world’s most famous aircraft crashes. 8.00 I Survived A Fatal Flight One-off documentary about lone survivors of otherwise fatal plane crashes, featuring personal testimonies from members of this elite group, including D-Day veteran Phil Bradley, at 87, the oldest lone survivor in the world. 9.00 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Crime drama series. DB and the team are led through nine circles of hell on the trail of a serial killer inspired by Dante’s Inferno and whose next victims look like being Morgan and Brass’s stepdaughter Ellie. 10.00 Big Brother Highlights of all the latest events inside the Big Brother house. 11.00 Big Brother’s Bit On The Side A round-up of Big Brotherrelated news and debate, with special guests, exclusive footage and behind the scenes treats. Presented by Emma Willis. 12.00am CSI: Miami 1.00 SuperCasino 3.55 HouseBusters 4.20 House Doctor 4.45 House Doctor 5.10 Wildlife SOS 5.35 Wildlife SOS

6.00am Good Morning Sports Fans 9.00 Super League 10.30 Great Goals 11.30 Super League 1.00pm Darts: World Matchplay 5.00 NFL - Total Access 6.00 Football Asia 6.30 TBA 7.00 LIVE Darts: World Matchplay 12.00am Football Gold 12.15 TBA 12.30 Premier League Years 2.30 Football Asia 3.00 Football Gold 3.30 Super League Backchat 4.00 Premier League Years

6.00 BBC News At Six 6.30 South East Today 7.00 The One Show – Best Of Britain 7.30 EastEnders Ian is on a mission to find out who is responsible for damaging his livelihood. Carl manipulates Kirsty into visiting his mum with him, but she is determined to let her know that they are no longer together. Dot is fed up of Cora’s lazy behaviour and decides to take matters into her own hands, but things soon get out of control. 7.57 BBC News; Regional News 8.00 Holby City Arthur and Chantelle struggle to cope in the aftermath of the mugging. Mo’s past comes back to haunt her. Harry is caught off guard when he learns that his plans with Mary-Claire may not be as casual as he thought. 9.00 Luther Crime drama series. Accused of crimes he has not committed, Luther must work quickly to clear his name and stop the vigilante killer from becoming a martyr. But in becoming the killer’s target, it is not just his own life he risks, but the lives of those he loves. 10.00 BBC News At Ten 10.25 South East Today 10.35 Imagine... Woody Allen: A Documentary 12.30am FILM: Synecdoche, New York (2008) 2.25 Weatherview 2.30 BBC News

6.00 ITV News Meridian 6.30 ITV News; Weather 7.00 Emmerdale Victoria’s efforts to reconcile with Betty backfire. 7.30 Nature’s Newborns Vet Steve meets an elegant serval kitten, and a litter of sheepdog puppies get set for their working lives. 8.00 Love Your Garden This week, Alan Titchmarsh and his team come to the aid of a Falklands veteran and his wife who need help turning their barren back garden into a planting paradise. 9.00 Hunting The Doorstep Conmen In the first of a two-part programme, Conor Woodman follows trading standards officers to find out how doorstep conmen cheat elderly and vulnerable people. Conor meets 85-year-old widow Kit Gardner and learns how Kit’s dementia made her the target of a pair of crooks who repeatedly demanded payment for work they had not done. 10.00 ITV News At Ten; Weather 10.35 Ray Mears’ Close Encounters Ray Mears returns with a brand new series in which he gets close to some of Australia’s most dangerous animals. 11.35 In Plain Sight Drama series about US Marshals. 12.25am Jackpot247 3.00 In Plain Sight 3.40 ITV Nightscreen Text-based information service. 5.05 The Jeremy Kyle Show

Sky Sports 2 6.00am The Ashes - Australia’s Best Days 7.00 Cricket: The Ashes 8.00 Cricket: The Ashes Verdict 9.00 The Ashes - Australia’s Best Days 10.00 Cricket: The Ashes 11.00 Cricket: The Ashes Verdict 12.00pm The Ashes England’s Best Days 1.00 Cricket: The Ashes 2.00 Cricket: The Ashes Verdict 3.00 Ashes Memories: Tortoise & The Hare - Sydney 1991 3.30 Cricket: The Ashes 4.30 Cricket: The Ashes Verdict 5.30 Ashes Fever - Lord’s 6.00 LIVE Friends Life T20 10.00 Ashes Fever 10.30 The Ashes - Australia’s Best Days 12.00am Ashes Fever - Lord’s 12.30 Friends Life T20 2.30 Ashes Fever 3.00 The Ashes - Australia’s Best Days 4.00 Friends Life T20

Sky Sports 3 6.00am Football’s Greatest Managers 6.30 Football Gold 7.00 Premier League Years 9.00 Football’s Greatest 9.30 Football’s Greatest Managers 10.00 The Sky Sports Years 11.00 Racing News 11.30 Thrillseekers 12.00pm Premier League Years 2.00 Football’s Greatest 2.30 Football’s Greatest Managers 3.00 Football Gold 3.30 The Sky Sports Years 4.30 Football Gold 4.45 Football Gold 5.00 WWE: Smackdown 7.00 Premier League Years 9.00 Ladies’ European Tour Golf 10.00 Super League Backchat 10.30 Football Gold 11.00 Poker 12.00am Sports Unlimited 1.00 Super League Backchat 1.30 Poker 2.30 Canoe Slalom World Cup 4.00 Ladies’ European Tour Golf Victoria Nangle

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7.00pm Wolfblood 7.30 Wolfblood 8.00 Traffic Cops 9.00 Rachel Bruno: My Dad & Me 10.00 Badults. See highlights 10.30 EastEnders 11.00 Family Guy (x2) 11.45 American Dad! (x2) 12.30am Badults 1.00 Rachel Bruno: My Dad & Me 2.00 Football’s Suicide Secret

7.00pm World News Today 7.30 South Africa Walks 8.00 Horizon: Seeing Stars 9.00 Cleopatra: The Film That Changed Hollywood 11.00 Hollywood’s Lost Screen Goddess: Clara Bow 12.00am How To Be A Lady: An Elegant History 1.00 Horizon: Seeing Stars 2.00 Cleopatra: The Film That Changed Hollywood

5.05pm The Millionaire Matchmaker 6.00 The Jeremy Kyle Show USA 7.00 You’ve Been Framed! (x2) 8.00 Very Best Of You’ve Been Framed! 9.00 Hell’s Kitchen 10.00 Totally Bonkers Guinness World Records (x2) 11.00 Celebrity Juice 11.45 The Big Reunion 12.50am Girlfri3nds

9.30am A Touch Of Frost 11.40 Murder, She Wrote 12.40pm Murder, She Wrote 1.40 Heartbeat 2.40 The Royal 3.40 A Touch Of Frost 5.50 Heartbeat 6.50 Murder, She Wrote 7.50 The Memoirs Of Sherlock Holmes 9.00 The Suspicions Of Mr Whicher 11.00 The Jury 12.00am Prime Suspect 1.50 Movies Now

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 (x2) 8.30 The Big Bang Theory 9.00 New Girl 9.30 The Mindy Project 10.00 Happy Endings 10.30 The Cleveland Show 11.00 Alan Carr: Chatty Man 12.05am The Big Bang Theory (x2) 1.00 Skins

11.20am FILM: Genevieve (1953) 1.10pm Time Team 2.15 IPC World Athletics Championships 2013 7.20 Superscrimpers: Waste Not Want Not 7.55 Grand Designs Revisited 9.00 FILM: An Officer And A Gentleman (1982) 11.35 Bodyshock Special 12.35am Ottolenghi’s Mediterranean Feast

11.00am King Solomon’s Mines (1950) 1.05pm Silent Running (1972) 2.55 Shadow Of A Doubt (1943) 5.05 Tobruk (1966) 7.15 The Simpsons Movie (2007) 9.00 True Lies (1994) 11.45 Blade: Trinity (2004) 1.55am Renaissance (2006) 4.00 Close

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wednesday 24 Who Do You Think You Are? BBC1, 9pm To a generation she was Worzel Gummidge’s Aunt Sally, a team captain on Give Us A Clue and now Sherlock’s Mrs Hudson, Una Stubbs wants to know more about her roots. Discovering that the grandparents she never met only died when she was in her 20s, her family’s connection to chocolate, and Welwyn gardens.

Ray Mears’ Close Encounters ITV1, 9pm They may be small teeth but they’re darn sharp teeth on the Tasmanian devil, Ray’s latest fierce friend as he travels the globe finding dangerous animals. In danger of being wiped out, the Tas devils could join the Tasmanian Tigers, which became extinct in the early 20th century.

Some Boffins With Jokes BBC4, 10pm Expect plenty of punchlines about thinking positive, X marking the spot and things that go bang – hopefully. Some of the nation’s smartest minds and keenest brains tell their favourite jokes directly to camera. Will they be silly? Will they be clever? Most of all, will they be funny? It’s worth half an hour to find out.

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6.00am Homes Under The Hammer 7.00 Flog It! 7.30 Bargain Hunt 8.15 Don’t Get Done, Get Dom 9.00 Helicopter Heroes Down Under 9.30 Auction Hero 10.30 The Chef’s Protege 11.00 BBC News 11.30 BBC World News 12.00pm Animal Park 12.25 FILM: School For Scoundrels (1960) 2.00 The Weakest Link 2.45 Classic Mastermind 3.15 The A To Z Of TV Gardening 3.55 A Taste Of My Life 4.25 Wild Down Under 5.15 Vintage Antiques Roadshow 6.00 Eggheads Jeremy Vine hosts the show where every day a new team of challengers take on probably the greatest quiz team in Britain. The team is made up of some of the country’s top quiz champions, including Barry Simmons, Millionaire winner Judith Keppel, Mastermind winner Chris Hughes, three-time World Quiz champion Kevin Ashman, Weakest Link winner CJ de Mooi and 15-1 winner Daphne Fowler. Can the challengers triumph? 6.30 Britain’s Empty Homes Britain’s Empty Homes. 7.00 Top Gear Motoring magazine with Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond, including road tests, news and features. 8.00 Restoration Home . 9.00 The Real White Queen And Her Rivals 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 The Route Masters: Running London’s Roads Series revealing how London’s roads keep moving. 12.20am Sign Zone: Andy Murray: The Man Behind The Racquet 1.20 Sign Zone: Tomorrow’s World: A Horizon Special

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 Let’s Do Lunch With Gino & Mel 1.30 ITV News & Weather 2.00 The Hungry Sailors 3.00 Secret Dealers 4.00 Tipping Point 5.00 Take On The Twisters

6.10am The Hoobs 6.35 The Hoobs 7.00 Kirstie’s Handmade Treasures 7.15 7.40 Will And Grace 8.05 Everybody Loves Raymond 8.35 Everybody Loves Raymond 9.05 Frasier 9.35 Frasier 10.05 The Big Bang Theory 10.35 The Big Bang Theory 11.00 Undercover Boss Canada 12.00pm News Summary 12.05 A Place In The Sun: Home Or Away 1.05 Hugh’s 3 Good Things: Best Bites 1.15 FILM: The Colditz Story (1954) 3.10 Countdown 4.00 Deal Or No Deal 5.00 Come Dine With Me 6.00 The Simpsons 6.30 Hollyoaks Teen soap. Can Darren be convinced to give Nancy another chance? 7.00 Channel 4 News 7.55 Ramadan Diaries 8.00 SuperScrimpers: Deals On Meals Series offering money-saving tips. Mrs Moneypenny shares her top tips on how to dine out for free and how to do the weekly shop for half the price. She travels to the Royal Three Counties Show in Malvern, Worcestershire, where she discusses food, farming and finances. 9.00 24 Hours In A&E Documentary series following patients at the A&E department of King’s College Hospital over a 24-hour period. This episode focuses on the different ways that people deal with pain. 10.00 James Rhodes: Notes From The Inside Classical pianist James Rhodes takes a Steinway grand piano inside one of Britain’s largest psychiatric hospitals as he aims to use classical music as a healing tool. 11.05 Random Acts 11.10 Undercover Boss High-flying company executives go undercover to ensure their businesses are in shape. 12.10am Shameless USA 1.10 FILM: Mister Lonely (2007) 3.05 Akbar’s Cheetah 3.10 Phil Spencer: Secret Agent 4.05 Deal Or No Deal 5.00 Countdown 5.45 Baking Mad With Eric Lanlard

6.00 – 7.20am Childrn’s television 7.20 The Mr. Men Show 7.35 Thomas & Friends 7.45 Make Way For Noddy 8.00 Fifi And The Flowertots 8.10 Milkshake! Monkey 8.15 Peppa Pig 8.20 Peppa Pig 8.25 Peppa Pig 8.30 Milkshake! Show Songs 8.35 Roary The Racing Car 8.50 Bananas In Pyjamas 9.00 Tickety Toc 9.15 The Wright Stuff 11.10 Cowboy Traders 12.10pm 5 News Lunchtime 12.15 Big Brother 1.15 Home And Away 1.45 Neighbours 2.15 NCIS 3.15 FILM: Fairfield Road (2010) 5.00 5 News At 5 5.30 Neighbours 6.00 Home And Away Indi gets a letter from Romeo’s lawyer gifting her his half of the gym. 6.30 NewsTalk Live 7.00 Emergency Bikers Actionpacked documentary series following the work of emergency bike crews. 8.00 Myra Hindley: The Untold Story Documentary series about the life and crimes of infamous killer Myra Hindley. This film explores the stories of Brady and Hindley’s five known murder victims and the accounts of the children who got away – most notably David Smith. 9.00 Big Brother Highlights of all the latest events inside the Big Brother house, including all the action, arguments, and couplings. 10.00 Love/Hate Four-part drama series set in Dublin’s gangland. A year after leaving Dublin in a hurry, Darren Treacy returns to celebrate his brother’s release from prison, but the killing of one of the members of his old gang has far-reaching consequences for Darren’s friends and family as suspicion runs rife and thoughts turn to revenge. 11.10 Big Brother’s Bit On The Side A round-up of Big Brotherrelated news and debate. 12.10am 2013 National Heads-Up Poker Championships 1.05 SuperCasino 3.55 Great Scientists 4.20 House Doctor 4.45 House Doctor 5.10 Wildlife SOS 5.35 Wildlife SOS

6.00am Good Morning Sports Fans 7.00 Good Morning Sports Fans 8.00 TBA 9.00 Ladies’ European Tour Golf 10.00 TBA 10.30 LIVE Football – Barclays Asia Trophy 1.00pm LIVE Football – Barclays Asia Trophy 4.30 FIFA Futbol Mundial 5.00 TBA 5.30 Football – Barclays Asia Trophy 7.00 LIVE Football 10.00 Football – Barclays Asia Trophy 11.30 TBA 11.45 Football Gold 12.00am Football’s Greatest Managers 12.30 TBA 1.00 Premier League Years 3.00 Football 4.00 Football – Barclays Asia Trophy 5.30 FIFA Futbol Mundial

6.00 BBC News At Six 6.30 South East Today 7.00 The Sheriffs Are Coming A look at the work of high court enforcement officers, also known as sheriffs, as they strive to retrieve cash for members of the public that are owed money. 7.57 BBC News; Regional News 8.00 Your Money Their Tricks Consumer series in which Nicky Campbell, Sian Williams and Rebecca Wilcox fight back against the companies and industries trying to trick us out of our cash. The team goes undercover to expose the sales tricks at one of Britain’s biggest furniture stores and reveals how hundreds of pounds can be saved on household bills. 9.00 Who Do You Think You Are? See highlights. 10.00 BBC News At Ten 10.25 South East Today. 10.35 Imagine... Woody Allen: A Documentary In the second part of Robert B Weide’s intimate profile of Woody Allen, the New York writer, director and actor discusses his sometimes controversial relationships with the leading ladies in his life, as well as the hits and misses of an unparalleled body of work spanning five decades of filmmaking. Contributors include past casts. 12.00am FILM: Match Point (2005) 2.00 Weatherview 2.05 BBC News

6.00 ITV News Meridian 6.30 ITV News; Weather 7.00 Emmerdale Cameron confesses to Debbie, unaware that Gennie is listening in. Sean accuses Kerry of stealing money from the table football fundraiser. 7.30 Coronation Street Can Roy support stoic Hayley? Carla presents Peter with a proposal. Eileen sticks up for stressed out Paul. 8.00 The Zoo The third and final episode of the critically acclaimed series’ third run. The keepers hope that seven-foot silverback gorilla Kumbuka will mate with female Mujuku, but initially the 15-year-old male seems only to want to enhance his reputation for being boisterous and breaking things. 9.00 Ray Mears’ Close Encounters See highlights. 10.00 ITV News At Ten; Weather 10.35 Hunting The Doorstep Conmen In the first of a two-part programme, Conor Woodman follows trading standards officers to find out how doorstep conmen cheat elderly and vulnerable people. 11.35 The Dales It is all aboard the Wensleydale Railway as general manager Nigel Park and his team of volunteers organise a fundraiser to reinstate a stretch of disused track. 12.05am Jackpot247 3.00 Columbo: Publish Or Perish 4.15 ITV Nightscreen 5.05 Jeremy

Sky Sports 2 6.00am Ashes Memories – Edgbaston 1997 6.30 Ashes Fever – Lord’s 7.00 Friends Life T20 9.00 Ashes Memories – Ben’s Dream Debut 9.30 Ashes Fever – Lord’s 10.00 Friends Life T20 12.00pm Ashes Fever - Lord’s 12.30 Ashes Memories: Box Office Boxing Day 1.00 Friends Life T20 3.00 Ashes Fever – Lord’s 3.30 Ashes Memories: Cool Hand Colly – Melbourne 2007 4.00 Friends Life T20 6.00 LIVE Friends Life T20 10.00 The Ashes - Australia’s Best Days 12.00am Friends Life T20 2.00 The Ashes – Australia’s Best Days 4.00 Friends Life T20

Sky Sports 3 6.00am Football’s Greatest Managers 6.30 Football Gold 6.45 Football Gold 7.00 Premier League Years 9.00 Football’s Greatest 9.30 Football’s Greatest Managers 10.00 The Sky Sports Years 11.00 Racing News 11.30 Thrillseekers 12.00pm World Matchplay Darts 5.00 WWE Afterburn 6.00 Boots ‘n’ All 7.00 LIVE Darts: World Matchplay 12.00am PGA EuroPro Tour Golf 2.00 Inside The PGA Tour 2.30 European Tour Weekly 3.00 Trans World Sport 4.00 Elite League Speedway

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7.00pm LIVE: Women’s Euro 2013: Semi-Final 1 9.30 Live At The Apollo 10.00 Rachel Bruno: My Dad & Me 11.00 Family Guy (x2) 11.45 American Dad!(x2) 12.30am Live At The Apollo 1.00 Badults 1.30 Diaries Of A Broken Mind 3.00 Rachel Bruno: My Dad & Me

7.00pm News 7.30 Top Of The Pops: 1978 8.00 Chivalry And Betrayal: The Hundred Years War 9.00 Bought With Love: The Secret History Of British Art Collections 10.00 Some Boffins With Jokes. See highlights 10.30 The Crow Road 11.30 John Sergeant On Tracks Of Empire 12.30am Top Of The Pops

4.10pm Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills 5.05 The Millionaire Matchmaker 6.00 The Jeremy Kyle Show USA 7.00 You’ve Been Framed! (x3) 9.00 Hell’s Kitchen 10.00 Plebs (x2) 11.00 Celebrity Juice: The Big Reunion Special 11.45 Totally Bonkers Guinness World Records 12.20am America’s Got Talent

9.30am A Touch Of Frost 11.40 Murder, She Wrote 12.45pm Murder, She Wrote 1.40 Heartbeat 2.45 The Royal 3.45 A Touch Of Frost 5.50 Heartbeat 6.50 Murder, She Wrote 7.50 The Memoirs Of Sherlock Holmes 9.00 Housewife, 49 11.00 The Jury 12.00am A Touch Of Frost 1.45 Faith In The Future

2.00pm Scrubs (x2) 3.00 Charmed 4.00 Rules Of Engagement (x2) 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 FILM: The Golden Compass (2007) 10.15 FILM: End Of Days (1999) 12.40am The Big Bang Theory (x2) 1.40 New Girl 2.10 Suburgatory

11.20am FILM: Niagara (1952) 1.10pm Time Team 2.15 IPC World Athletics Championships 2013 7.20 Stephen Fry: Gadget Man 7.55 Grand Designs Revisited 9.00 TBodyshock Special 10.00 Skint 11.05 Scandal 12.05am Ottolenghi’s Mediterranean Feast 1.05 Grand Designs Revisited

11.00am The Shepherd Of The Hills (1941) 12.55pm Passport To Pimlico (1949) 2.35 The Enemy Below (1957) 4.30 Roman Holiday (1953) 6.55 Star Trek: Insurrection (1998) 9.00 Iron Man (2008) 11.25 Serpico (1973) 2.00am Margot At The Wedding (2007) 3.55 Close

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thursday 25 Celebrity Mastermind BBC2, 7pm It’s those celebrity people answering questions on their favourite topics, that you could swear must actually be easier than the ones the regular folk have to address. Celebs include Adam Buxton, Neil Pearson and Nelufar Hedayat, and topics include 1970s Bowie, Harry Potter books and Monty Python.

Catching A Killer: Crocodile Tears Channel 4, 10pm Going into that further sub culture that have gained prominence in recent cases – the people who pretend ignorance or make public appeals for information when they have committed the crime. Examining the Philpott house fire, the murders of Tia Sharp and Shafilea Ahmed. Chilling.

Live At The Electric BBC3, 10pm Russell Kane hosts the off the wall character comedy, made up of short films, sketches and comedy characters. Tonight Russell shares what he learned in Thailand with us, sketch double act Toby escape the wardrobe room to Victorian London, and one of Totally Tom’s two Toms thinks he’s a bit dead. Yikes.

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6.05am Homes Under The Hammer 7.05 Flog It! 7.35 Bargain Hunt 8.20 Don’t Get Done, Get Dom 9.05 Peter Jones Meets 10.05 The Chef’s Protege 10.35 HARDtalk 11.00 BBC News 11.30 BBC World News 12.00pm Coast 12.10 FILM: The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty (1947) 1.55 The Weakest Link 2.40 Classic Mastermind 3.10 The A To Z Of TV Gardening 3.55 A Taste Of My Life 4.25 Wild Down Under 5.15 Vintage Antiques Roadshow

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 Let’s Do Lunch With Gino & Mel 1.30 ITV News & Weather 2.00 The Hungry Sailors 3.00 Secret Dealers 4.00 Tipping Point 5.00 Take On The Twisters

6.00 Eggheads Quiz show. 6.30 Britain’s Empty Homes Joe Crowley presents the series revealing the potential that vacant properties can offer potential buyers. 7.00 Celebrity Mastermind See highlights. 7.30 RHS Flower Show Tatton Park 2013 Monty Don hosts the first of two visits to the RHS Flower Show, Tatton Park. Joined by Carol Klein, Joe Swift and Andy Sturgeon. 8.00 Dara O Briain’s Science Club Experts and a lively audience join Dara O Briain to tackle the biggest ideas in science. 9.00 Hebrides: Islands On The Edge Ewan McGregor narrates a landmark nature series focusing on the wildlife struggling to survive on the Hebridean Islands. This edition focuses on the spectacular wildlife of the exposed Outer Hebrides. 10.00 Mock The Week Again Comedy show combining the best elements of panel show, stand-up and improvised games with two teams of comedians taking a satirical swipe at the news and world events. 10.30 Newsnight 11.20 Piper Alpha: Fire In The Night Documentary chronicling the tragic events that occurred in the North Sea on board the Piper Alpha rig in July 1988. 12.50am The Review Show 1.50 Sign Zone: Panorama

6.00 ITV News Meridian 6.30 ITV News; Weather 7.00 Emmerdale Gennie continues to listen in secret to Debbie and Cameron’s conversation. 7.30 Tonight Current affairs programme featuring reports and in-depth interviews on issues making the headlines. 8.00 Emmerdale Cameron and Debbie realise Gennie has overheard everything. 8.30 Married To The Job Documentary series following highranking female police officers, and how they balance their professional and private lives. 9.00 The Briefs The fly-on-the-wall documentary exploring the criminal law concludes with unprecedented access into one of Britain’s busiest legal aid practices, Tuckers in Manchester. In this episode, the firm is representing Scott, who is accused of masquerading as an Italian count, and using a false name. 10.00 ITV News At Ten; Weather 10.35 The Zoo The third and final episode of the critically acclaimed series’ third run. 11.35 Goodwood Festival Of Speed 2013 Amanda Stretton and Steve Rider present the highlights from Goodwood Festival of Speed. 12.30am Jackpot247 3.00 Tonight 3.25 ITV Nightscreen 5.05 The Jeremy Kyle Show

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 8.35 Roary The Racing Car 8.50 Bananas In Pyjamas 9.00 Tickety Toc 9.15 The Wright Stuff 11.10 World’s Busiest Airport 12.10pm 5 News Lunchtime 12.15 Big Brother 1.15 Home And Away 1.45 Neighbours 2.15 CSI: Miami 3.15 FILM: Rosamunde Pilcher’s Winter (2008) 5.00 5 News At 5 5.30 Neighbours 6.00 Home And Away Dex is keen to go ahead and propose to April, but has second thoughts when Casey shares his own thoughts. 6.30 NewsTalk Live 7.00 Police Interceptors Documentary series following the activities of high-speed police pursuit units. 8.00 Cowboy Traders Dom and Melinda are on the trail of a cowboy company which claimed to offer a buy-to-let scheme for the armed forces. In reality, however, they left 300 troops a massive £1,200,000 out of pocket. 9.00 The Hotel Inspector Returns Documentary series in which Alex Polizzi returns to the scene of some of her biggest challenges. When Alex last visited the First in Last Out in Winchester, she found a struggling bed-and-breakfast of questionable cleanliness and cripplingly bad reviews. Three years on, will owner Jon Sweeney be able to supply a warmer welcome? 10.00 Big Brother Highlights of all the latest events inside the Big Brother house. 11.00 Big Brother’s Bit On The Side A round-up of Big Brotherrelated news and debate. 12.00am SuperCasino 3.55 Great Scientists 4.20 House Doctor 4.45 House Doctor 5.10 Wildlife SOS 5.35 Wildlife SOS

6.00am Good Morning Sports Fans 7.00 Good Morning Sports Fans 8.00 Good Morning Sports Fans 9.00 Football - Barclays Asia Trophy 10.30 Football 11.30 LIVE Senior Open Championship 2.30pm Total Rugby 3.00 Boots ‘n’ All 4.00 LIVE Senior Open Championship 7.00 LIVE Darts: World Matchplay 10.30 TBA 11.30 Premier League Years 1.30am Darts: World Matchplay 5.00 TBA 5.30 Barclays Premier League World

6.00 BBC News At Six 6.30 South East Today 7.00 Rip Off Britain Angela Rippon, Gloria Hunniford and Julia Somerville battle on behalf of viewers who feel they have been ripped off or had a raw deal – with advice to stop the same things happening to you. In this episode they look at the care home contracts that come with a costly sting in the tail. 7.30 EastEnders Whitney is in for a shock when a stranger arrives with a letter from someone in her past. Bianca is scared of what Ian may do, but just as things look as though they may be resolved, Tiffany and Bobby’s love for each other looks like it may ruin it. 7.57 BBC News; Regional News 8.00 Britain’s Favourite Supermarket Foods Britain’s Favourite Supermarket Foods. 9.00 Crimewatch Series of dramatised reconstructions and police appeals for help in solving crimes. 10.00 BBC News At Ten 10.25 South East Today 10.35 Crimewatch Update Updates on recently featured cases. 10.45 Who Do You Think You Are? Celebrity genealogy series. Actress Una Stubbs delves into her family history. 11.45 Surviving Summer 1.15am Holiday Weatherview 1.20 BBC News

6.10am The Hoobs 6.35 The Hoobs 7.00 Kirstie’s Handmade Treasures 7.15 According To Jim 7.40 Will And Grace 8.05 Everybody Loves Raymond 8.35 Everybody Loves Raymond 9.05 Frasier 9.35 Frasier 10.05 The Big Bang Theory 10.35 The Big Bang Theory 11.00 Undercover Boss Canada 12.00pm Channel 4 News Summary 12.05 A Place In The Sun: Home Or Away 1.05 Kirstie’s Vintage Gems 1.25 FILM: Carry On Up The Khyber (1968) 3.10 Countdown 4.00 Deal Or No Deal 5.00 Come Dine With Me 6.00 The Simpsons 6.30 Hollyoaks Pressure mounts on Sinead. Will she be forced to return to her old ways? 7.00 Channel 4 News 7.55 Ramadan Diaries 8.00 Supersize Vs Superskinny Medical reality series. Entering the Feeding Clinic are 24-stone takeaway addict Craig Nellies and superskinny cola addict Simon Tacaks. Dr Christian shows skeletal Simon how concentrated amounts of the chemicals found in cola can cause extreme damage to teeth. 9.00 First Dates Documentary series. With nine million Brits now looking for love online, this series aims to get inside the experience of what it’s like to meet potential partners online, following eight new couples each week. 10.00 Catching A Killer: Crocodile Tears See highlights. 11.05 Random Acts 11.10 24 Hours In A&E Documentary series following patients at the A&E department of King’s College Hospital over a 24-hour period. 12.10am One Born Every Minute 1.05 Terror In The Skies 2.00 Taliban Child Fighters: Channel 4 Dispatches 2.30 James Rhodes: Notes From The Inside 3.30 Food Unwrapped 3.55 Deal Or No Deal 4.50 Countdown 5.35 SuperScrimpers 5.40 Baking Mad With Eric Lanlard

Sky Sports 2 6.00am The Ashes – England’s Best Days 7.00 Friends Life T20 9.00 The Ashes – England’s Best Days 10.00 Friends Life T20 12.00pm The Ashes – England’s Best Ashes 1.00 Friends Life T20 3.00 Ashes Memories – Gilly Goes Ballistic 3.30 Friends Life T20 5.30 LIVE Friends Life T20 9.00 The Ashes – England’s Best Days 11.00 Friends Life T20 1.00am The Ashes – Australia’s Best Days 3.00 Friends Life T20 5.00 The Ashes – Australia’s Best Days

Sky Sports 3 6.00am Football’s Greatest Managers 6.30 Football Gold 6.45 Football Gold 7.00 Premier League Years 9.00 Football’s Greatest 9.30 Football’s Greatest Managers 10.00 The Sky Sports Years 11.00 Boots ‘n’ All 12.00pm World Matchplay Darts 5.00 WWE Vintage 6.00 Ringside: 2013 So Far 7.00 Super League Superstars 7.30 ATP Tour Uncovered 8.00 LIVE PGA Tour Golf 11.00 European Seniors Tour Golf 12.00am Ringside: 2013 So Far 1.00 Racemax 2.00 PGA Tour Golf 5.00 ATP Tour Uncovered 5.30 Super League Superstars

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7.00pm LIVE: Women’s Euro 2013: Semi-Final 2 9.30 Russell Howard’s Good News 10.00 Live At The Electric. See highlights 10.30 EastEnders 11.00 Family Guy 11.45 American Dad! (x2) 12.30am Live At The Electric 1.00 Russell Howard’s Good News 1.30 Badults 2.00 Cuckoo (x2) 3.00 Live At The Electric

7.00pm World News Today 7.30 Proms On Four: Orchestras Of The World – Santa Cecilia Orchestra 9.40 The Golden Age Of Liners 10.40 Burton And Taylor 12.10am The Richard Burton Diaries 12.40 Cleopatra: The Film That Changed Hollywood 2.40 The Golden Age Of Liners

2.00pm The Jeremy Kyle Show (x2) 4.10 The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills 5.05 The Millionaire Matchmaker 6.00 The Jeremy Kyle Show USA 7.00 You’ve Been Framed! (x3) 9.00 FILM: Couples Retreat (2009) 11.20 Celebrity Juice 12.05am Fake Reaction 12.50 Take Me Out

8.30am Dr Quinn, Medicine Woman 9.25 A Touch Of Frost 11.35 Murder, She Wrote (x2) 1.35pm Heartbeat 2.35 The Royal 3.35 A Touch Of Frost 5.50 Heartbeat 6.50 Murder, She Wrote 7.55 Wycliffe 9.00 The Fattest Man In Britain 11.00 The Jury 12.00am Those Who Kill 1.30 Faith In The Future

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 Don’t Trust The B— In Apartment 23 9.30 Suburgatory 10.00 Phoneshop 10.30 The IT Crowd 11.00 Skins 12.05am The Big Bang Theory (x2)

11.25am FILM: DOA (1950) 1.10pm Time Team 2.15 IPC World Athletics Championships 2013 7.20 Superscrimpers: Waste Not Want Not 7.55 Grand Designs Revisited 9.00 Scandal 10.00 The Big C 10.35 Curb Your Enthusiasm 11.15 Embarrassing Bodies 12.20am Jamie Does... Marrakesh

11.00am Tulpan (2008) 1.00pm Waterloo Road (1944) 2.35 The Malta Story (1953) 4.40 Hell And High Water (1954) 6.50 Last Holiday (2006) 9.00 Salt (2010) 10.55 The Untouchables (1987) 1.15am Dancer In The Dark (2000) 4.00 Close

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friday 26 Big Brother: Live Eviction Channel Five, 9pm After this heatwave will the public be superficial and keep the fittest housemates in, or do the voters hold greater substance and want to hang on to the most entertaining? If you voted you might have an idea. If you just want the answer tune in tonight as Emma Willis announces the latest evictee.

FILM: Perfume: The Story Of A Murderer BBC2, 11.05pm Based on the truly sensational bestselling novel (Geddit? Sense-ational?), this tells of the obsession of a young man in 18th century Paris with a heightened sense of smell. Driven to create the most enchanting perfume, created by enfusing the essence of 13 beautiful girls. Dead girls.

Doctor Who BBC3, 7.25pm Now the weekend’s here, treat yourself to a bit of Doctor-ing. He is, after all, the flawed hero face of teatime adventuring. Yes, it’s a repeat, but worth repeating. The Doctor is kidnapped, which makes things difficult for everyone, and is forced on an impossible mission, to a place even the Daleks are scared of.

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6.00am Homes Under The Hammer 7.00 Flog It! 7.30 Bargain Hunt 8.15 Don’t Get Done, Get Dom 9.00 Antiques Roadshow 10.00 Animal Park 11.00 BBC News 11.30 BBC World News 12.00pm FILM: That Darn Cat! (1965) 1.55 The Weakest Link 2.40 Classic Mastermind 3.10 The A To Z Of TV Gardening 3.55 A Taste Of My Life 4.25 Wild Down Under 5.15 Vintage Antiques Roadshow 6.00 Eggheads Quiz show. 6.30 Britain’s Empty Homes Joe Crowley presents the series revealing the potential that vacant properties can offer potential buyers. Joe meets civil engineer Alan Jackson and his actress daughter Katy. They view an old chapel for sale in West Sussex. 7.00 RHS Flower Show Tatton Park 2013 Tonight Monty and the team celebrate the joys of growing your own fruit and vegetables. Monty takes a trip back in time to visit an allotment garden based on the World War II ‘Dig for Victory’ campaign. 7.30 Athletics: London Anniversary Games Running, jumping, throwing things far away – and doing it so well as to provoke admiration and envy. 8.30 Gardeners’ World Gardening magazine. 9.00 Springwatch Guide To Butterflies Springwatch gang get into the shrubbery with these beautiful coloured flying creatures. 10.00 The Trip Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon send themselves up and take in the beautiful British conutryside. 10.30 Newsnight In-depth investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day’s headlines. 11.05 FILM: Perfume: The Story Of A Murderer (2006) See highlights 1.20am Sign Zone: Isaac Newton: The Last Magician

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 Let’s Do Lunch With Gino & Mel 1.30 ITV News & Weather 2.00 The Hungry Sailors 3.00 Secret Dealers 4.00 Tipping Point 5.00 Take On The Twisters

6.10am The Hoobs 6.35 The Hoobs 7.00 Kirstie’s Vintage Gems 7.15 According To Jim 7.40 Will And Grace 8.05 Everybody Loves Raymond 8.40 Everybody Loves Raymond 9.10 Frasier 9.40 Frasier 10.05 The Big Bang Theory 10.35 The Big Bang Theory 11.00 Undercover Boss Canada 12.00pm Channel 4 News Summary 12.05 A Place In The Sun: Summer Sun 1.05 SuperScrimpers 1.15 FILM: Seven Days To Noon (1950) 3.10 Countdown 4.00 Deal Or No Deal 5.00 Come Dine With Me 6.00 The Simpsons 6.30 Hollyoaks Will struggles to forgive Amy. 7.00 Channel 4 News 7.55 Ramadan Diaries 8.00 Four Rooms In this edition, the dealers examine some rare Buddhist scrolls, a two-headed pheasant, first editions of Lord of the Rings and a rare Hermes bag. 9.00 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown Jimmy Carr hosts the famous words and numbers quiz in a ‘takeover’ special. Sean Lock and Jason Manford take on Jon Richardson and Rhod Gilbert, while comedian Joe Wilkinson lends his help to Countdown regulars Rachel Riley and Susie Dent. 10.00 Jon Richardson: Funny Magnet Stand-up from comedian Jon Richardson. 11.05 Random Acts 11.10 FILM: The Kids Are All Right (2010) Starring Julianne Moore, Annette Bening, Mia Wasikowska, Mark Ruffalo, Josh Hutcherson and Yaya DaCosta. Comedy drama. The teenage children of a lesbian couple make contact with their laid-back, smooth-talking biological father, who becomes absorbed in their family life. 1.15am New Girl 1.35 The Mindy Project 2.00 Accidentally On Purpose 2.20 St Elsewhere 3.10 Phil Spencer: Secret Agent 4.10 Deal Or No Deal 5.05 Countdown 5.50 SuperScrimpers

6.00 – 7.10am Children’s television 7.10 Ben And Holly’s Little Kingdom 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 8.35 Roary The Racing Car 8.50 Bananas In Pyjamas 9.00 Tickety Toc 9.15 The Wright Stuff 11.10 The Gadget Show 12.10pm 5 News Lunchtime 12.15 Big Brother 1.15 Home And Away 1.45 Neighbours 2.15 The Mentalist 3.15 FILM: Out Of Control (2009) 5.00 5 News At 5 5.30 Neighbours 6.00 Home And Away Casey turns up drunk, looking for Tamara to tell her that he cannot forget her even if she has forgotten him. 6.30 NewsTalk Live 7.00 Monster Moves Documentary series following professionals who transport huge buildings and machines to different locations. A Spitfire is disassembled and packed in a crate before being shipped to the USA, where a nervous collector awaits delivery. 8.00 World’s Busiest Border Crossing Documentary looking at processes and people that run the San Ysidro border crossing between San Diego in the United States and Tijuana in Mexico which is used by 125,000 every day. 9.00 Big Brother: Live Eviction See highlights. 10.30 Big Brother’s Bit On The Side A round-up of Big Brotherrelated news and debate, with special guests, exclusive footage and behind-the-scenes treats. Presented by Rylan Clark and AJ Odudu. 11.30 Big Brother: Live From The House All the drama and excitement of Big Brother as it happens, with exclusive live streaming from the house. 12.00am SuperCasino 3.55 Motorsport Mundial 4.20 House Doctor 4.45 House Doctor 5.10 Wildlife SOS 5.35 Wildlife SOS

6.00am Close 7.00 Good Morning Sports Fans 8.00 Barclays Premier League World 8.30 LIVE Super Rugby 10.30 Super League Superstars 11.00 Barclays Premier League World 11.30 LIVE Senior Open Championship 2.30pm Ringside 3.30 Super League Superstars 4.00 Live Senior Open Championship 7.00 LIVE Darts: World Matchplay 10.30 TBA 11.30 Premier League Years 1.30am Darts: World Matchplay 5.00 Close

6.00 BBC News At Six 6.30 South East Today 7.00 A Question Of Sport Light-hearted sports quiz. 7.30 Nigel Slater’s Dish Of The Day Cook Nigel Slater shows how the shrinking violets of the kitchen can help make cooking shine as he turns some often overlooked staples into sensational dishes. 7.57 BBC News; Regional News 8.00 EastEnders Whitney decides to confront her demons, but what will Bianca do when she finds out? Sharon allows Dennis some freedom. 8.30 Athletics: London Anniversary Games Athletics: London Anniversary Games. 10.00 BBC News At Ten 10.25 South East Today 10.35 Would I Lie To You? Rob Brydon is back in the host’s chair for the sixth series of this comedy panel show. Lee Mack is joined by Richard Madeley and Sanjeev Bhaskar, and David Mitchell is joined by Kate Humble and Miles Jupp. 11.05 Pramface Comedy series about two teenagers trying, and often failing, to come to terms with parenthood. Laura is attempting to widen her circle of friends, but she finds it hard to find a peer group. 11.35 FILM: Edge Of Darkness (2010) Starring Mel Gibson, Ray Winstone, Danny Huston. Thriller. 1.25am Weatherview 1.30 News

6.00 ITV News Meridian 6.30 ITV News; Weather 7.00 Emmerdale Debbie is horrified by the consequences of Gennie’s spying. 7.30 Coronation Street Exasperated Roy loses his cool. Michelle is stunned by Carla’s news. 8.00 Harbour Lives In this episode, Ben Fogle meets Graham Knottis who is attempting to swim the 5 miles around Brownsea Island. 8.30 Coronation Street Can Roy and Hayley face the future together? Sophie takes matters into her own hands. Is Peter a kept man? 9.00 Doc Martin Bert Large and and pub landlord Mark Bridge are both keen to take advantage of a fun run event to boost their takings by providing food for runners and spectators - but Martin puts paid to Mark’s enterprise when he diagnoses an infection which means Mark must not handle food. Louisa’s hippyish mother Eleanor arrives unexpectedly and Martin and Louisa are far from happy to see her. 10.00 ITV News At Ten; Weather 10.35 FILM: Paranormal Activity (2007) Starring Katie Featherston, Micah Sloat, Amber Armstrong. Hit low-budget horror about a young couple who find themselves terrorised by a demonic presence. 12.20am Jackpot247 3.00 FILM: 633 Squadron (1964) 4.35 ITV Nightscreen

Sky Sports 2 6.00am The Ashes – Australia’s Best Days 7.00 Friends Life T20 9.00 The Ashes – England’s Best Days 10.00 Friends Life T20 12.00pm The Ashes – Australia’s Best Days 2.30 The Ashes – Australia’s Best Days 5.00 Friends Life T20 7.00 LIVE Friends Life T20 10.30 The Ashes – England’s Best Days 12.30am Friends Life T20 2.30 The Ashes – England’s Best Days 4.00 Friends Life T20

Sky Sports 3 6.00am Football’s Greatest Managers 6.30 Football Gold 6.45 Football Gold 7.00 Premier League Years 9.00 Football’s Greatest 9.30 Football’s Greatest Managers 10.00 The Sky Sports Years 11.00 Racing News 11.30 Thrillseekers 12.00pm ATP Tour Uncovered 12.30 Super League Superstars 1.00 Thrillseekers 1.30 World Matchplay Darts 5.00 WWE: Raw 7.00 Tight Lines 8.00 LIVE PGA Tour Golf 11.00 Golf 11.30 European Seniors Tour Golf 12.30am PGA Tour Golf 3.30 Golf 4.00 European Seniors Tour Golf 5.00 ATP Tour Uncovered 5.30 Barclays Premier League World

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7.00pm Great Movie Mistakes 2: The Sequel 7.25 Doctor Who. See highlights. 8.15 Robin Hood 9.00 Sun, Sex And Suspicious Parents 10.00 Russell Howard’s Good News 10.30 EastEnders 11.00 Family Guy (x2) 11.45 American Dad! 12.30am Sweat The Small Stuff 1.00 Live At The Electric

7.00pm World News Today 7.30 Proms On Four: National Youth Orchestra USA 9.10 It’s Slade 10.00 Old Grey Whistle Test: 70s Gold 11.30 David Bowie And The Story Of Ziggy Stardust 12.30am It’s Slade 1.20 Old Grey Whistle Test: 70s Gold 2.50 David Bowie And The Story Of Ziggy Stardust

12.30pm Emmerdale (x2) 1.30 Judge Judy 2.00 The Jeremy Kyle Show (x2) 4.10 The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills 5.05 The Millionaire Matchmaker 6.00 The Jeremy Kyle Show USA 7.00 You’ve Been Framed! (x3) 9.00 FILM: Mamma Mia! (2008) 11.15 Celebrity Juice 12.00am Plebs (x2)

12.45pm Murder, She Wrote 1.40 Heartbeat 2.45 The Royal 3.45 A Touch Of Frost 5.50 Heartbeat 6.50 Murder, She Wrote 7.55 Agatha Christie’s Poirot 9.00 Stephen Tompkinson’s Australian Balloon Adventure 10.00 DCI Banks: Aftermath 11.00 The Jury 12.05am FILM: Parenthood (1989)

4.00pm Rules Of Engagement (x2) 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 How I Met Your Mother 9.00 FILM: Dance Flick (2009) 10.40 The Big Bang Theory (x2) 11.35 Phoneshop 12.10am The IT Crowd

11.20am FILM: Winchester ‘73 (1950) 1.10pm Time Team 2.15 IPC World Athletics Championships 2013 7.20 Superscrimpers: Waste Not Want Not 7.55 Grand Designs 9.00 FILM: What Lies Beneath (2000) 11.35 Father Ted (x2) 12.40am The Seven Wonders Of The Muslim World 2.15 Grand Designs

11.00am Shadow Of A Doubt (1943) 1.10pm Carry On Nurse (1959) 2.50 Gunfight At The OK Corral (1957) 5.10 Silent Running (1972) 7.00 Edward Scissorhands (1990) 9.00 Taken (2008) 10.50 Man On Fire (2004) 1.40am Viva Riva! (2011) 3.40 Close

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saturday 27 When Bjork Met Attenborough Channel 4, 7pm Mutual admirers of each others’ work for some time, this unlikely pair explore our unique relationship with music. From Bjork’s cutting edge music project Biophilia to Attenborough’s explanation of music present in the natural world, and how it all helps us.

The Americans ITV1, 9.45pm Things are really hotting up in this Cold War drama. Our Soviet spies find a less than harmonious homelife for them when they announce to the kids that they’re separating. What’s more 1980s contemporary than that?! And things go mega Pete Tong when Gaad orders an unauthorised mission to grab a KGB agent.

Suburgatory E4, 7pm The new season has kicked off regarding this father and daughter from the big city adapting to life in the suburbs, and what would be a greater test of their mettle than Halloween. This is American Halloween, all out, and with costumes to serve as auditions for cool-hood for Tessa and her feminist themes.

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6.00am Breakfast 10.00 Saturday Kitchen Live 11.30 Lorraine’s Fast, Fresh & Easy Food 12.00pm BBC News 12.10 South East Today 12.15 Bargain Hunt 12.45 Inspire: The Olympic Journey 1.30 Athletics: London Anniversary Games 5.15 Formula 1: The Hungarian Grand Prix – Qualifying Highlights

6.00am This Is BBC Two 6.30 FILM: Mary Of Scotland (1936) 8.30 FILM: Back To Bataan (1945) 10.00 A History Of Scotland 11.00 Life In The Freezer 11.30 University Challenge 12.00pm The A To Z Of TV Cooking 12.45 EastEnders 2.40 Wild Shepherdess With Kate Humble 3.40 Springwatch Guide To Butterflies 4.40 Rugby League Challenge Cup Semi-Final

6.00am Jake And The Never Land Pirates 6.15 Jake And The Never Land Pirates 6.25 Poppy Cat 6.40 Poppy Cat 6.50 Canimals 7.00 Canimals 7.10 Bookaboo 7.20 Kick Buttowski: Suburban Daredevil 7.35 The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes 8.00 Gravity Falls 8.25 ITV News 8.30 Dinner Date 9.25 Saturday Cookbook 10.25 Murder, She Wrote 11.20 Saturday Farm 12.20pm ITV News 12.35 All Star Mr & Mrs 1.35 The Chase 2.35 You’ve Been Framed! 3.05 FILM: Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets (2002) 6.00 ITV News Meridian 6.15 ITV News; Weather 6.30 You’ve Been Framed! Harry Hill narrates another selection of cheeky camcorder calamities and mobile phone mishaps. 7.00 You’ve Been Framed! Harry Hill presents more funny home videos sent in by the public. 7.30 Your Face Sounds Familiar Alesha Dixon and Paddy McGuinness host the fifth instalment of the comedy entertainment series in which six celebrities transform themselves into some of the greatest music superstars of all time. 8.45 All Star Family Fortunes Actor and TV presenter Nadia Sawalha and her family go head-to-head with Emmerdale regular Jane Cox and her nearest and dearest in a bid to win thousands of pounds for good causes. Up to £30,000 is up for grabs, but which team will second guess the British public and make it through to Big Money? Hosted by Vernon Kay. 9.45 The Americans See highlights. 10.35 ITV News & Weather 10.50 FILM: The Invention Of Lying (2009) Starring Ricky Gervais, Jennifer Garner, Jason Bateman and Jonah Hill. Comedy about an ill-fated man who invents the concept of lying in a world where people are conditioned to tell the truth. 12.40am Jackpot247 3.00 In Plain Sight 3.45 ITV Nightscreen

6.10am The Hoobs 6.35 Caterham Motorsport 7.05 Mobil 1 The Grid 7.30 FIM Superbike World Championship 8.00 The Morning Line 9.00 Everybody Loves Raymond 9.30 Everybody Loves Raymond 10.00 Frasier 10.35 Frasier 11.00 The Big Bang Theory 11.35 The Big Bang Theory 12.05pm The Simpsons 12.35 Undercover Boss Canada 1.35 Channel 4 Racing 4.20 Come Dine With Me 4.50 Come Dine With Me 5.20 Come Dine With Me 5.55 Come Dine With Me 6.25 Channel 4 News 6.50 Ramadan Diaries 6.55 Random Acts 7.00 When Bjork Met Attenborough See highlights. 8.00 Grand Designs In one of the most challenging ventures ever seen on the series, a couple design an environmentally friendly house under a barn in the Cotswolds. Architects Helen and Chris Seymour Smith get permission to develop on open countryside by proposing a building of exceptional architectural merit which will also be hidden under a 300-year-old barn. 9.00 FILM: X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009) Starring Hugh Jackman, Liev Schreiber, Danny Huston, Ryan Reynolds, Dominic Monoghan. Action film revealing the secret past of the indestructible force Wolverine, born a mutant in the mid-19th century. As the gaps in Wolverine’s memory are filled, the roots of his bitter rift with half-brother Sabretooth are revealed, along with the events that transformed him from a claw-wielding freak of nature to a fierce, metal-boned crusader fuelled by rage. 11.10 Rude Tube Alex Zane continues his voyage through the universe of internet madness. 12.10am FILM: Trading Places (1983) 2.20 Hollyoaks Omnibus 4.35 Deal Or No Deal 5.30 Countdown

6.00 – 8.05am Children’s television 8.05 The Adventures Of Bottle Top Bill And His Best Friend Corky 8.25 Angelina Ballerina 8.45 Rupert Bear 9.00 Ben And Holly’s Little Kingdom 9.15 Toby’s Travelling Circus 9.30 Roary The Racing Car 9.45 Jelly Jamm 10.00 Power Rangers: Samurai 10.35 Batman: The Brave And The Bold 11.00 Meerkat Manor 11.30 Big Brother: Live Eviction 12.55pm FILM: The Dirty Dozen (1967) 3.55 CSI: NY 4.45 CSI: NY 5.40 FILM: Jesse Stone: Thin Ice (2009) 7.10 NCIS US crime drama series. The team worries about Abby when she becomes too involved with solving the murder of a naval scientist. Meanwhile, Tony’s newest fling brings trouble. 8.00 NCIS US crime drama series. Woodrow Iverson of the Royce Global Group is found dead before an important, secret meeting with his old friend Admiral Chase. Called in to investigate, NCIS soon realise that they are dealing with a lost nuclear weapon as well. 8.55 NCIS US crime drama series. The team has to protect Ziva’s father when he attends the NCIS conference. Ziva confronts her past. 9.50 5 News Weekend 10.00 Big Brother Highlights of all the latest events inside the Big Brother house, including all the action, arguments, couplings, friendships and conversations in the diary room. 11.00 Big Brother’s Bit On The Psych A panel of experts and psychologists analyse the behaviour of the Big Brother housemates. Presented by AJ Odudu. 12.00am SuperCasino 4.00 Nick’s Quest 4.25 Five VOD Make It Big 4.50 Roary The Racing Car 5.00 Angels Of Jarm 5.05 Hana’s Helpline 5.20 Angels Of Jarm 5.25 Five VOD The Funky Valley Show 5.40 Roary The Racing Car 5.50 Hana’s Helpline

6.00am FIFA Futbol Mundial 6.30 Trans World Sport 7.30 Ringside 8.30 LIVE Super Rugby 10.30 LIVE Football – Barclays Asia Trophy 1.00pm LIVE Football – Barclays Asia Trophy 4.00 LIVE Football 6.30 Football – Barclays Asia Trophy 7.00 LIVE Darts: World Matchplay 10.30 Premier League Years 12.30am Football 1.30 Football – Barclays Asia Trophy 2.00 Football Gold 2.15 Football Gold 2.30 Darts: World Matchplay

6.40 BBC News 6.50 South East Today 7.00 FILM: Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom (1984) Starring Harrison Ford, Kate Capshaw, Ke Huy Quan, Amrish Puri, Roshan Seth and Philip Stone. Adventure sequel. Intrepid archaeologist Indiana Jones, on the trail of fortune and glory in Old Shanghai, is ricocheted into a dangerous adventure in India. There’s magic in them thar stones. 8.50 The National Lottery: Break The Safe 9.40 BBC News 10.00 Mrs Brown’s Boys Comedy series about a loudmouthed Irish matriarch. Agnes Brown and her friend Winnie gatecrash the hen party of Dermot’s fiancee Maria only to realise that they have the wrong venue. 10.30 FILM: Con Air (1997) Starring Nicolas Cage, John Cusack, John Malkovich, Steve Buscemi, Ving Rhames, Colm Meaney, Mykelti Williamson. High-octane action blockbuster set aboard a federal aeroplane transporting convicts to a maximum security facility. Due for release on parole after eight years away from his wife and daughter, one of the prisoners has his new life threatened when a psychotic team of inmates hijack the aircraft. 12.15am FILM: The Jackal (1997) 2.15 Weatherview 2.20 BBC News

7.00 Proms Extra 2013 Katie Derham presents a weekly review of the standout performances, artists and stories from the 2013 Proms. 7.40 Dad’s Army Classic comedy. 8.10 David Starkey’s Music And Monarchy Dr David Starkey’s exploration of how the monarchy shaped Britain’s music reaches the 17th century, when religious conflict threatened not only the lives of musicians and monarchs, but the future of the monarchy and the glorious tradition of British music itself. 9.10 Top Of The Lake Drama series. While visiting her dying mother on the South Island of New Zealand, Detective Robin Griffin begins investigating the disappearance of the twelve-year-old pregnant daughter of the local drug patriarch. 10.10 QI XL Stephen Fry looks at insects and other invertebrates. With Sarah Millican, Jimmy Carr, Johnny Vegas and Alan Davies. 10.55 FILM: The Kite Runner (2007) Starring Khalid Abdalla, Atossa Leoni, Sayed Jafar Masihullah Gharibzada, Zekiria Ebrahimi. Drama telling the story of two childhood friends, Amir and Hassan, who grew up together in 1970s Kabul. Many years later, Amir, now a writer living in America, returns to his native Afghanistan. 12.55am FILM: Women Of Valour (1986)

Sky Sports 2 6.00am Ashes Memories – Mark’s Magical Monday 2001 6.30 Ashes Memories: Box Office Boxing Day 7.00 Friends Life T20 9.00 Cricket AM 10.30 Friends Life T20 12.30pm Ashes Memories – Mark’s Magical Monday 2001 1.00 Cricket AM 2.30 LIVE Friends Life T20 6.00 The Ashes – England’s Best Days 8.30 Friends Life T20 10.30 The Ashes – Australia’s Best Days 1.45am The Ashes – England’s Best Days 4.15 Sky Sports Classics 4.30 Ashes Memories – Mark’s Magical Monday 2001 5.00 The Ashes – England’s Best Days

Sky Sports 3 6.00am Max Power 7.00 Sports Unlimited 8.00 Tight Lines 9.00 Max Power 10.00 WWE: Smackdown 12.00pm WWE: The Bottom Line 1.00 Live Golf 3.00 LIVE Senior Open Championship 7.00 LIVE PGA Tour Golf 11.00 Golf 11.30 Senior Open Championship 12.30am Max Power 1.30 Sports Unlimited 2.30 TBA 3.00 Golf 3.30 Senior Open Championship 4.30 FIFA Futbol Mundial 5.00 Trans World Sport

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12.30pm World’s End Special 1.00 Greggs: More Than Meats The Pie 2.00 Road Wars 3.00 Ashley Banjo’s Secret Street Crew 4.00 Futurama (x2) 5.00 The Simpsons (x4) 7.00 A League Of Their Own 8.00 An Idiot Abroad 9.00 Revolution (x2)11.00 Road Wars 12.00am Strike Back: Project Dawn

7.00pm Olympic Opening Ceremony 2012: Isles Of Wonder 9.30 Live At The Apollo 10.15 Russell Howard’s Good News Extra 11.00 Family Guy (x6) 1.15am Badults 1.45 Live At The Electric 2.15 The Best Sci-Fi Film Ever! 2.45 Russell Howard’s Good News Extra 3.30 Badults

7.00pm John Sergeant On Tracks Of Empire 8.00 Oceans: Mediterranean Sea 9.00 Wallander 10.25 When Rock Goes Acoustic 11.25 Acoustic At The BBC 12.25am Top Of The Pops: 1978 12.50 Easy Listening Hits At The BBC 1.55 Oceans: Mediterranean Sea 2.50 John Sergeant On Tracks Of Empire

12.20pm You’ve Been Framed! (x2) 1.20 FILM: The Perfect Man (2005) 3.20 You’ve Been Framed! (x3) 4.55 FILM: Star Wars: Episode VI - Return Of The Jedi (1983) 7.30 FILM: The Incredible Hulk (2008) 9.45 FILM: 2 Fast 2 Furious (2003) 11.55 Lemon La Vida Loca (x3) 2.00am Fake Reaction 2.40 Judge Judy

6.00am Movies Now 6.10 Barbara 6.35 Murder, She Wrote 7.30 The Turn Of The Screw 9.30 The Royal 10.35 The Royal 11.35 Wycliffe 12.40pm Inspector Morse 2.40 Agatha Christie’s Poirot 4.55 Housewife, 49 6.55 Foyle’s War 9.00 Lewis 11.00 Cold Blood 12.30am Cracker 1.30 Barbara

5.30pm The Mindy Project 6.00 The Big Bang Theory (x2) 7.00 Suburgatory. See highlights 7.30 How I Met Your Mother (x2) 8.30 Happy Endings 9.00 FILM: There’s Something About Mary (1998) 11.20 Phoneshop 11.55 The Inbetweeners 12.25am The Big Bang Theory (x2)

8.55am Time Team (x3) 12.05pm FILM: The 39 Steps (1959) 2.05 River Cottage Bites 2.15 World Athletics Championships 2013 6.45 The Lost WWI Bunker: A Time Team Special 8.20 Escape From Colditz 10.00 FILM: What Lies Beneath (2000) 12.30am The Lost WWI Bunker: Time Team Special

11.00am Crocodile Dundee (1986) 1.00pm Toys (1992) 3.25 The King And I (1956) 6.15 The Karate Kid (2010) 9.00 Robin Hood (2010) 11.45 Underworld: Evolution (2006) 1.50am The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975) 3.55 Close

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sunday 28 Once Upon A Time Channel Five, 8pm Magical stories have a habit of delivering up just desserts – as well as opportunities to fall foul and even turn to the dark side. Case in point, in the Enchanted Forest, Cora, the miller’s daughter, enters into a pact with Rumpelstiltskin after a run in with the royal family. Now she’s trying to nab his dark powers! Lawks.

The Returned Channel 4, 9pm So, now everyone in our picturesque Alpine town is starting to get the willies from all the dead people who have turned up. Actually, more than starting, we feel burning torches and waving pitchforks could be just around the corner. Especially as a newer and more sinister wave of them comes to town.

FILM: To Kill A Mockingbird ITV3, 6.30pm Winning Gregory Peck an Oscar in 1962, and picking up a gong for the screenplay too, this classic adaption of Harper Lee’s novel about the trial of a black man in the deep South in the 1930s as told through the eyes of the children of a liberal lawyer, is worth adding to your bucket list of films to watch. Incredible.

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6.00am Breakfast 9.00 The Andrew Marr Show 10.00 Sunday Morning Live 11.00 Homes Under The Hammer 12.00pm BBC News 12.10 Countryfile 1.05 Bargain Hunt 1.50 Helicopter Heroes 2.20 Escape To The Country 3.20 Earthflight 4.20 Lifeline 4.30 Songs Of Praise 5.05 Formula 1: The Hungarian Grand Prix - Highlights

6.00am This Is BBC Two 6.20 FILM: Death Of A Scoundrel (1956) 8.15 Around The World In 80 Gardens 9.15 Beechgrove Garden 9.45 Gardeners’ World 10.15 Saturday Kitchen Best Bites 11.45 Raymond Blanc: How To Cook Well 12.15pm Inspire: The Olympic Journey 1.00 Diving: World Championships 2.15 Women’s Euro 2013: Final 5.15 Flog It! 5.45 Rugby League Challenge Cup Semi-Final

6.10am The Hoobs 6.35 The Hoobs 7.00 British Triathlon Championships: Liverpool 7.55 Everybody Loves Raymond 8.25 Frasier 9.00 Frasier 9.30 Sunday Brunch 12.30pm The Big Bang Theory 1.00 The Big Bang Theory 1.30 The Simpsons 2.00 Deal Or No Deal 3.00 Sainsbury’s Anniversary Games 5.30 Channel 4 News 5.55 Ramadan Diaries

8.00 Top Gear Motoring magazine. Jeremy Clarkson and James May investigate an increasingly popular type of tall hatchback often referred to as a ‘crossover’. Meanwhile, Richard Hammond is in Italy driving a pair of Lamborghinis. 9.00 The Mystery Of Rome’s X Tombs 10.00 The Real White Queen And Her Rivals Philippa Gregory reveals the true stories of three remarkable women who lived through the treason and bloodshed of the dynastic conflict we call the War of the Roses, known at the time as the ‘War of the Cousins’. Gregory argues that it is impossible to understand this volatile and pivotal moment in English history without understanding the women at the heart of the family feuds that tore the nobility apart. 11.00 What A Load Of Buzzcocks Blur’s Alex James narrates this romp through key years of Never Mind The Buzzcocks’ 17 year run, combining the most engaging music news stories with a raft of memorable moments. 11.30 FILM: Welcome To Collinwood (2002) Starring William H Macy, Isaiah Washington, Sam Rockwell. Caper comedy in which a jailed petty thief is given a plan for the perfect heist. 12.55am Sign Zone: Countryfile 1.50 Sign Zone: Holby City

6.00 – 8.15am Children’s television 8.15 Angelina Ballerina 8.30 Milkshake! Show Songs 8.35 Rupert Bear 8.50 Ben And Holly’s Little Kingdom 9.00 Toby’s Travelling Circus 9.15 Roary The Racing Car 9.30 Jelly Jamm 9.50 Power Rangers: Samurai 10.25 Batman: The Brave And The Bold 10.45 Inside Hollywood 10.55 Big Brother 11.50 BB BOTS: Rylan’s Supersized Celebrity Sunday 12.50pm FILM: Rocky V (1990) 2.55 FILM: Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot (1992) 4.40 FILM: Zoom: Academy For Superheroes (2006) 6.20 FILM: Open Season (2006) Starring Ashton Kutcher, Billy Connolly and Martin Lawrence. Animated adventure. A domesticated bear and a streetwise deer are forced to team up when they find themselves lost in the woods on the eve of the hunting season. The mismatched pair must escape the forest before the season begins. 8.00 Once Upon A Time See highlights. 8.55 5 News Weekend 9.00 Big Brother Highlights of all the latest events inside the Big Brother house, including all the action, arguments, couplings, friendships and conversations in the diary room. 10.00 FILM: Rocky Balboa (2006) Starring Sylvester Stallone, Burt Young, Antonio Tarver, Geraldine Hughes and Milo Ventimiglia. Sporting drama. The famous fictional boxer comes out of retirement to take on the current heavyweight champ after a computer simulation of a match between the two comes up with a surprising result. 12.00am Love/Hate 1.05 SuperCasino 4.00 Nick’s Quest 4.25 Make It Big 4.50 Roary The Racing Car 5.00 Angels Of Jarm 5.05 Hana’s Helpline 5.20 Angels Of Jarm 5.25 Five VOD The Funky Valley Show 5.40 Roary The Racing Car 5.50 Hana’s Helpline

6.00am Football 7.00 Football – Barclays Asia Trophy 7.30 Football Gold 7.45 Football Gold 8.00 Premier League Years 10.00 Football – Barclays Asia Trophy 10.30 Football Gold 10.45 Football Gold 11.00 Premier League Years 1.00pm LIVE Golf 3.30 LIVE Senior Open Championship 7.00 LIVE Darts: World Matchplay 9.00 Premier League Years 11.00 Football League Gold 11.30 Darts: World Matchplay 1.30am Premier League Years 3.30 Football League Gold 4.00 Darts: World Matchplay

6.35 BBC News 6.50 South East Today 7.00 Antiques Roadshow Fiona Bruce and the team head for Hampton Court Castle. 8.00 Countryfile Countryfile celebrates its silver jubilee by throwing a party in the form of a traditional country summer fayre. Adam’s farm in the Cotswolds is a frenzy of activity; there are stalls, food, entertainment and bunting as far as the eye can see. 9.00 The White Queen Dramatic adaptation of Philippa Gregory’s novels set during the Wars of the Roses. George’s anger at losing the Warwick inheritance and his failure to capture the crown resurfaces, with horrific consequences. As the court divides, George openly accuses Elizabeth of witchcraft and Edward of murder. This is treason, and Edward must condemn his own brother to death. 10.00 BBC News 10.15 South East Today 10.25 Room 101 – Extra Storage Extended edition of Room 101. Frank Skinner hosts as three celebrities battle to banish their top peeve or worst nightmare to the depths of Room 101. With guests John Craven, Miranda Hart and Reggie Yates. 11.05 Luther Crime drama series. 12.05am FILM: Right At Your Door (2006) 1.35 Weatherview 1.40 News

6.00am Jake And The Never Land Pirates 6.15 Jake And The Never Land Pirates 6.25 Poppy Cat 6.40 Poppy Cat 6.50 Canimals 7.00 Canimals 7.10 Bookaboo 7.20 Kick Buttowski: Suburban Daredevil 7.35 The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes 8.00 Sonny With A Chance 8.25 ITV News 8.30 Country House Sunday 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show USA 10.20 Murder, She Wrote 11.20 News 11.30 Columbo: Etude In Black 1.30pm Love Your Garden 2.30 The Chase 3.30 A Touch Of Frost 5.30 New You’ve Been Framed! Forever 6.30 ITV News Meridian 6.45 ITV News; Weather 7.00 Tipping Point: Lucky Stars Ben Shephard hosts the quiz show. The star players this time are Coronation Street’s Jennie McAlpine, former Emmerdale and Broadchurch actor Pauline Quirke, and former EastEnders actor Shaun Williamson. 8.00 All Star Mr & Mrs The couples hoping to win big for charity are former EastEnder Nina Wadia and her husband Raiomond Mirza, Olympic gold medal winning boxer Luke Campbell and his fiancée Lynsey Kraanen, and actress Trudie Goodwin and her husband Kit Jackson. 9.00 Law & Order: UK A man called Sean Tully is found dead in a hotel room and the money he was carrying has gone missing. Ronnie and Sam discover that Sean owed his ex-wife thousands of pounds in child support for their son, who has leukaemia. 10.00 ITV News; Weather 10.15 Alan Whicker: Journey’s End In a tribute to the veteran broadcaster who died recently, this examines Alan Whicker’s groundbreaking, 50-year career. 11.15 Murder, She Wrote More crime-busting. 12.05am The Store 2.05 Motorsport UK 2.55 British Superbike Championship Highlights 3.45 Monk 4.30 ITV Nightscreen 5.05 The Jeremy Kyle Show

6.00 FILM: Letters To Juliet (2010) Starring Amanda Seyfried, Christopher Egan, Vanessa Redgrave. Romantic comedy. A woman on holiday in Italy discovers a letter written to Juliet from 1957. She decides to answer it and ends up helping the woman who wrote the missive to find her long lost love. 8.00 The Mill Historical drama series set in rural-industrial 19th-century England. Based on the extensive historical archive of Quarry Bank Mill in Cheshire, the series depicts Britain at a time when the industrial revolution is changing the country beyond recognition. 9.00 The Returned See highlights 10.10 FILM: The Final Destination (2009) Starring Bobby Campo, Shantel VanSanten, Nick Zano. The fourth instalment in the gory horror franchise begins when one teenager’s premonition saves himself and his friends from a terrible motor racetrack explosion. 11.45 FILM: Animal Kingdom (2010) Starring James Frecheville, Joel Edgerton. Crima drama telling the story of 17 year-old J who is forced to sink or swim when a criminal family takes him in. 1.40am Southland 2.20 Secret Eaters 3.15 Phil Spencer: Secret Agent 4.15 Deal Or No Deal 5.10 Countdown 5.50 Kirstie’s Vintage Gems

Sky Sports 2 6.00am Ashes Memories: Waugh Time 6.30 Ashes Memories: Tortoise & The Hare – Sydney 1991 7.00 Friends Life T20 9.00 Cricket Writers On TV 10.30 Friends Life T20 12.30pm Ashes Memories: Waugh Time 1.00 Cricket Writers On TV 2.30 LIVE Friends Life T20 6.00 The Ashes – Australia’s Best Days 8.45 Friends Life T20 10.45 The Ashes – England’s Best Days 1.45am Friends Life T20 2.00 The Ashes – Australia’s Best Days 3.45 The Ashes – Australia’s Best Days 4.45 The Ashes – England’s Best Days 5.45 Sky Sports Classics

Sky Sports 3 6.00am Racemax 7.00 Football’s Greatest 7.30 This Week In WWE 8.00 WWE Vintage 9.00 WWE Afterburn 10.00 Racemax 11.00 Polo 12.00pm World Matchplay Darts 3.30 Premier League Years 5.30 WWE: Experience 6.30 TBA 7.00 LIVE PGA Tour Golf 11.00 Ladies European Tour Golf 11.30 Senior Open Championship 12.30am Football Gold 1.00 Super Rugby Try Time 1.30 Racemax 2.30 Ladies European Tour Golf 3.00 Senior Open Championship 4.00 Super Rugby Try Time 4.30 Football Gold 5.00 Senior Open Championship

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12.00pm Spy (x2) 1.00 A League Of Their Own 2.00 Wolverine Special 2.30 Road Wars 3.00 Ashley Banjo’s Secret Street Crew 4.00 The Simpsons (x5) 6.30 Futurama (x2) 7.30 The Simpsons 8.00 Starlings 9.00 The Cafe 9.30 Stella 10.30 World’s End Special 11.00 Cop Squad (x2) 1.00am Road Wars (x3)

7.00pm Women’s Euro 2013: Highlights 8.00 The Best Sport Film Ever! 8.30 FILM: Wall-E (2008) 10.00 New: Family Guy 10.25 Family Guy 10.45 Badults 11.15 American Dad! (x2) 12.00am Live At The Electric 12.30 Bad Education (x2) 1.30 Cuckoo (x2) 2.30 Badults 3.00 Football’s Suicide Secret

7.00pm A Poet’s Guide To Britain 7.30 Proms On Four: 20th Century Classics BBC Symphony Orchestra 9.20 FILM: Young Winston (1972) 11.35 It’s Slade 12.25am Old Grey Whistle Test: 70s Gold 1.55 David Bowie And The Story Of Ziggy Stardust 3.00 The Genius Of David Bowie

11.35am America’s Got Talent (x2) 2.30pm You’ve Been Framed! 3.30 The Xtra Factor: Girls Best & Worst Ever 4.35 FILM: The Perfect Man (2005) 6.35 FILM: The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997) 9.00 FILM: 300 (2006) 11.20 Totally Bonkers Guinness World Records 11.50 Hell’s Kitchen (x2) 1.45am 71 Degrees North

9.00am Heartbeat (x2) 11.00 Foyle’s War 1.20pm Wycliffe 2.25 Murder, She Wrote 3.25 FILM: Carry On Cowboy (1965) 5.15 Wycliffe 6.30 FILM: To Kill A Mockingbird (1962)See highlights. 9.00 FILM: Gorillas In The Mist (1988) 11.40 Brides In The Bath 1.40am Those Who Kill 3.10 ITV3 Nightscreen

12.40pm Glee 1.40 Charmed 2.35 How I Met Your Mother (x4) 4.35 90210 5.30 The Mindy Project 6.00 The Big Bang Theory (x3) 7.30 New Girl 8.00 FILM: The Golden Compass (2007) 10.15 The Inbetweeners 10.50 Skins 11.55 Don’t Trust The B— In Apartment 23 12.25am The Big Bang Theory (x2)

8.55am Relocation, Relocation (x3) 12.05pm Jamie’s 15 Minute Meals (x5) 2.40 Four In A Bed (x5) 5.20 Come Dine With Me (x5) 7.55 The Restoration Man (x2) 10.00 Father Ted (x2) 11.05 Embarrassing Bodies (x2) 1.15am Scandal 2.10 Embarrassing Bodies 3.15 Close

11.00am Santa Fe Passage (1954) 1.00pm The Princess Diaries (2001) 3.15 The Love Bug (1968) 5.25 The Simpsons Movie (2007) 7.10 Legend (1985) 9.00 True Lies (1994) 11.45 Daredevil (2003) 1.50am Final Cut (2004) 3.45 Close

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monday 29 Tainted Love: Secrets Of The Dating Game – Panorama BBC1, 8.30pm With time at a premium, finding love has been increasingly left to the number-crunchers and faith in the multitude of online dating sites. It’s big business, and Fiona Walker takes a look at the less scrupulous side of it, including false profiles and details being taken without consent.

Food Unwrapped Channel 4, 8.30pm Jimmy Doherty, Kate Quilton and Matt Tebbutt dig around to find out the truth about the source of the food that sits on our supermarket shelves. This week they question whether fresh sardines are better than the tinned ones, whether pasta is better fresh, and a bit more about the ducks we consume.

Skins E4, 10pm These teens were never going to leave school and find a nice job at a supermarket. Cook’s job is delivering drugs to Manchester revellers. No pension, but there you go. When he’s asked to help find his employer’s girlfriend a house he feels that magic stirring between them, which takes him into a world of darkness.

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6.00am Breakfast 9.15 Heir Hunters 10.00 Homes Under The Hammer 11.00 Fake Britain 11.30 Helicopter Heroes 12.15pm Bargain Hunt 1.00 BBC News At One 1.30 South East Today 1.45 Doctors 2.10 Only Fools And Horses 3.05 Perfection 3.50 Escape To The Country 4.35 Flog It! 5.15 Pointless 6.00 BBC News At Six 6.30 South East Today 7.00 The Sheriffs Are Coming 7.57 BBC News; Regional News 8.00 EastEnders Whitney ends up making a decision that could change her life forever. 8.30 Tainted Love: Secrets Of The Dating Game – Panorama See highlights. 9.00 Death In Paradise Detective drama series. When a British policeman is found murdered in a locked room on the tiny paradise island of Saint-Marie, Detective Inspector Richard Poole is sent to investigate. 10.00 BBC News At Ten 10.25 South East Today 10.35 The Baby Born In A Concentration Camp The story of Anka Bergman, who gave birth to her baby daughter Eva in a Nazi concentration camp. During her pregnancy, Anka witnessed the horrors of Auschwitz and endured six months of forced labour. If the Nazis found a woman was pregnant, she could be sent straight to the gas chambers. 11.10 BBC News: The Editors In this programme: China – friend or foe? 11.40 FILM: Michael Collins (1996) Starring Julia Roberts, Liam Neeson, Aidan Quinn, Ian Hart. Biopic. 1.45am Weatherview 1.50 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 Tipping Point 1.30 ITV News & Weather 2.00 The Hungry Sailors 3.00 Secret Dealers 4.00 Midsomer Murders 5.00 Take On The Twisters

6.00 ITV News Meridian 6.30 ITV News; Weather 7.00 Emmerdale Cameron and Debbie are both on a knife edge. 7.30 Coronation Street Things go from bad to worse for optimistic Paul. Baby Jake finally comes home, but will Gary cope? 8.00 The Dales This week we travel across the Dales with midwife Chris Warren as she goes to meet a mumto-be in Masham. 8.30 Coronation Street Paul lashes out at Lloyd. 9.00 Long Lost Family Fifty-year-old Sharon Temple Sowerby grew up caught in a tug of love between two mothers. When she was a girl, Sharon discovered that the mother she knew of as ‘mam’ was not in fact her birth mother. Over the years, as the truth gradually emerged, Sharon discovered that she had been taken from her birth mother at only one hour old and given to a couple desperate for a child, who brought her up as their own. 10.00 ITV News At Ten; Weather 10.35 Benidorm Instead of escaping from the resort, Martin and Kate find themselves babysitting Telle’s baby, Coolio. 11.05 Monk Crime drama series. 12.00am Jackpot247 3.00 The Jeremy Kyle Show 3.50 ITV Nightscreen 5.05 Jeremy Kyle: Morning Surgery Today

6.10am The Hoobs 6.35 The Hoobs 7.00 Hugh’s 3 Good Things: Best Bites 7.10 According To Jim 7.35 Will And Grace 8.00 Everybody Loves Raymond 8.35 Everybody Loves Raymond 9.00 Frasier 9.30 Frasier 10.00 The Big Bang Theory 10.30 The Big Bang Theory 11.00 Undercover Boss USA 12.00pm Channel 4 News Summary 12.05 A Place In The Sun: Summer Sun 1.05 River Cottage Veg Every Day 1.20 FILM: Town On Trial (1957) 3.10 Countdown 4.00 Deal Or No Deal: Dealfest 5.00 Come Dine With Me 6.00 The Simpsons 6.30 Hollyoaks A source close to Sinead offers a perilous solution to her situation. 7.00 Channel 4 News 7.55 Ramadan Diaries 8.00 NHS Undercover: Channel 4 Dispatches Current affairs series. Two undercover reporters reveal worrying failings in the new NHS 111 call system. 8.30 Food Unwrapped See highlights. 9.00 Undercover Boss High-flying company executives go undercover to ensure their businesses are in good shape. This time it’s Chief Executive Ian Wakelin from waste management company Biffa. 10.00 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown Jimmy Carr hosts the famous words and numbers quiz in a ‘takeover’ special. Sean Lock and Jason Manford take on Jon Richardson and Rhod Gilbert. 11.05 Random Acts 11.10 Coming Up Series of dramas by emerging talent. Sammy takes drastic action to bring her war correspondent mother Frances back from Afghanistan. 11.45 Catching A Killer: Crocodile Tears Repeat from Thursday. 12.45am First Dates 1.40 Dates 2.10 Dates 2.40 Nashville 3.20 Phil Spencer: Secret Agent 4.20 Deal Or No Deal 5.15 Countdown

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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 8.20 Peppa Pig 8.25 Peppa Pig 8.35 Roary The Racing Car 8.50 Bananas In Pyjamas 9.00 Tickety Toc 9.15 The Wright Stuff 11.10 I Survived A Fatal Flight 12.10pm 5 News Lunchtime 12.15 Big Brother 1.15 Home And Away 1.45 Neighbours 2.20 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 3.10 FILM: Blessed Stranger: After Flight 111 (2000) 5.00 5 News At 5 5.30 Neighbours 6.00 Home And Away After sleeping with Kyle, Tamara decides that she wants to stay in the Bay. 6.30 NewsTalk Live 7.00 The Gadget Show Actionpacked show looking at the latest technology with Jason Bradbury, Rachel Riley, Jon Bentley and Pollyanna Woodward. 8.00 Steam Trains: Monster Moves Documentary series following professionals who transport huge buildings and machines to different locations. A pair of vintage steam locomotives are shipped 850 miles across Turkey. 9.00 Botched Up Bodies Documentary series featuring victims of dodgy cosmetic surgery as they undergo treatment to correct it. A 49year-old woman has been left with oversized rippling boobs due to implants that were far too big for her frame, and a shoddy nose job in Poland left a 37-year-old man looking as though he had been badly beaten in a boxing match. 10.00 Big Brother Highlights of all the latest events inside the Big Brother house. 11.00 Big Brother’s Bit On The Side A round-up of Big Brotherrelated news and debate. 12.00am The Walking Dead 12.55 SuperCasino 3.55 Great Scientists 4.20 House Doctor 4.45 House Doctor 5.10 Wildlife SOS 5.35 Wildlife SOS

Sky Sports 1 6.00am Good Morning Sports Fans 9.00 Football League Gold 9.30 Darts: World Matchplay 11.30 Football League Gold 12.00pm The Premier League Years 2.00 Football’s Greatest 2.30 TBA 3.00 Football – Barclays Asia Trophy 3.30 Football’s Greatest 4.00 Darts: World Matchplay 6.00 Super League Superstars 6.30 Football League Gold 7.00 TBA 7.30 LIVE Elite League Speedway 9.30 Football League Gold 10.00 TBA 10.30 Football League Gold 11.00 The Premier League Years 1.00am Football League Gold 1.30 Elite League Speedway 3.30 Football League Gold 4.00 The Premier League Years

Sky Sports 2 6.00am The Ashes – England’s Best Ashes 8.00 Friends Life T20 10.00 The Ashes - Australia’s Best Days 1.00pm Friends Life T20 3.00 The Ashes – England’s Best Days 5.15 Sky Sports Classics 5.30 The Ashes - Australia’s Best Days 7.00 LIVE Friends Life T20 10.30 The Ashes – England’s Best Ashes 12.30am Friends Life T20 2.30 Ashes Memories – Edgbaston 1997 3.00 The Ashes – Australia’s Best Days 5.00 Ashes Memories: Box Office Boxing Day 5.30 Ashes Memories – Edgbaston 1997

Sky Sports 3 6.00am WWE: The Bottom Line 7.00 The Premier League Years 9.00 Football’s Greatest 9.30 TBA 10.00 The Sky Sports Years 11.00 Racing News 11.30 Thrillseekers 12.00pm Super League Superstars 12.30 Football’s Greatest 1.00 World Matchplay Darts 3.00 The Sky Sports Years 4.00 Football Gold 4.30 Super League Superstars 5.00 WWE: Raw 7.00 Inside Sailing 7.30 Road To Kona Ironman 8.00 TBA 9.00 The Sky Sports Years 10.00 WWE: Late Night Bottom Line 11.00 WWE: Late Night Afterburn 12.00am WWE NXT 1.00 WWE: Raw 4.15 WWE From The Vault 4.30 Inside Sailing 5.00 Road To Kona Ironman Victoria Nangle

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10.00am Futurama (x4) 12.00pm Last Man Standing (x2) 1.00 A League Of Their Own 1.30 Got To Dance: Uncut 2.00 Glee 3.00 Stargate SG-1 (x2) 5.00 The Simpsons 5.30 Modern Family (x2) 6.30 The Simpsons (x3) 8.00 Modern Family (x2) 9.00 Arrow (x2) 11.00 Revolution (x2) 1.00am Road Wars

7.00pm Snog Marry Avoid? 7.30 Would I Lie To You? 8.00 Rachel Bruno: My Dad & Me 9.00 Failed By The NHS 10.00 Russell Howard’s Good News 10.30 EastEnders 11.00 Family Guy (x2) 11.45 American Dad!(x2) 12.30am Failed By The NHS 1.30 The Best RomCom Film Ever!

7.00pm World News Today 7.30 South Africa Walks 8.00 Britain On Film 8.30 Only Connect 9.00 The Secret Life Of Rock Pools 10.00 Alan Whicker’s Journey Of A Lifetime 11.00 Frank Skinner On George Formby 12.00am Some Boffins With Jokes 12.30 Bought With Love 1.30 South Africa Walks

5.05pm The Millionaire Matchmaker 6.00 The Jeremy Kyle Show USA 7.00 You’ve Been Framed!(x2) 8.00 The Xtra Factor: Boys Best & Worst Ever 9.00 FILM: 2 Fast 2 Furious (2003) 11.10 Celebrity Juice 11.55 Totally Bonkers Guinness World Records (x2) 1.00am Love In The Wild

8.55am A Touch Of Frost 11.00 Murder, She Wrote 12.00pm Murder, She Wrote 1.00 Heartbeat 2.00 The Royal 3.05 Wycliffe 4.20 Only When I Laugh 4.50 Faith In The Future 5.20 Barbara 5.55 Heartbeat 6.55 Murder, She Wrote 8.00 Vera 10.00 Mrs Biggs 11.30 Blue Murder 12.50am Wycliffe

2.05pm Scrubs (x2) 3.05 Charmed 4.00 Rules Of Engagement (x2) 5.00 How I Met Your Mother (x2) 6.00 The Big Bang Theory (x2) 7.00 Hollyoaks 7.35 How I Met Your Mother 8.00 New Girl 8.30 The Mindy Project 9.00 90210 10.00 Skins. See highlights. 11.00 Alan Carr: Chatty Man 12.10am The Big Bang Theory (x2)

1.30pm Time Team (x2) 3.35 Location, Location, Location 4.40 A Place In The Sun: Home Or Away (x2) 6.50 Come Dine With Me 7.55 Grand Designs 9.00 Terror In The Skies 10.00 The Sinking Of The Concordia: Caught On Camera 11.10 Embarrassing Bodies 12.10am Jamie & Jimmy’s Food Fight Club

11.00am Little Manhattan (2005) 12.45pm Marmaduke (2010) 2.30 King Solomon’s Mines (1950) 4.35 Roman Holiday (1953) 6.55 She’s The Man (2006) 9.00 Star Trek (2009) 11.30 Blade: Trinity (2004) 1.40am Hidden (2005) 4.00 Close

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