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4 LOUIS MICHAEL The calm contented days of spring

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pportunities are legion if you want to sing in Brighton. Community choirs sing pop, soul, classical, and more: some of which are more relaxed and don’t require you to read music. Predictably, perhaps, I chose Brighton Orpheus Choir over a year ago (who put on high quality classical shows with professional soloists and orchestra) since these are precisely the sort of shows I love watching and writing about. The first rehearsal was daunting since I had no idea how to read the music, except that it had something to do with every good boy deserving food, which struck me as sad since even bad boys deserve food. I wouldn't let not being able to read music put you off joining a specific choir you'd like to though because it is quite intuitive and satisfying. This Saturday we're performing Dvořák's Requiem at All Saints Church, which is a beautiful piece of music that could be enjoyed by classical and non­classical music fans alike. You can stream the first movement at www.bit.ly/2lSVjMh which is sumptuously melancholy: swells of strings and woodwind support irresistibly gorgeous layers of soprano, alto, tenor and bass choral parts, which then develop into something more bombastic and thrilling. If you're more into pop singing or solo singers then skip to about 8 mins into the video at this link www.bit.ly/2n0nsR6 for a taste of the lyrical musical treat that is soloists backed up by orchestra and choir. There's something special about choral music performed live, where the immediacy and power of the voice can be raucous, peaceful, unsettling, weird, transcendental, spiritual, harmonious, diaphanous, bold, and/or moving in a way that anyone can enjoy. Come and hear some great music.

Andrew turns his attention to tribalism

6 NANGLE NATTERS Trumpeting triumphs and the joys of a raspberry

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6 THE KIDS ARE ALL WRITE Our new column from Portslade Aldridge Community Academy starts with a Bigger Bang

7 GIDDY GOATS Varndean School have their goat race to raise funds for Red Nose Day 2017

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10 HOT LIST Brighton and Hove’s leading restaurants and eateries

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13 ENTERTAINMENT NEWS What’s on for stage, comedy, art & music – plus reviews

15 TV LISTINGS Your comprehensive 7 day guide to what’s on the box

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Bruce Dessau takes tea with the man behind the tribly, Steve Delaney aka Count Arthur Strong

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LOUIS MICHAEL Loudmouth

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ANDREW KAY AK Soufflé

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very year as winter comes around I, along with the rest of the world, slowly slip into my tried and tested winter habits. I never leave the house without being stuffed into just more layers than necessary, being outside after 4pm is a no­no, and I spend as much time as possible buried under blankets and duvets with the heater on max. Perhaps it comes from being a November baby, or more likely because I’m someone who enjoys the indoor laziness that bad weather enables, because every year I greet the oncoming winter with fondness. I wave goodbye to the inescapable sweat patches of summer and the relentless social obligation to be outside soaking up every ray of sun whenever it is sunny, and gladly usher in the next six months of guilt­free hibernation.

“ Pressed into the corner of a bus stop, longingly trying to pick out where the sun would be ”

But just like every proper Brit my seasonal attitude is fickle and capricious, and about as predictable as the English weather itself. In the heart of winter I find myself bundled up like a Michelin Man lookalike, pressed into the corner of a bus stop trying to avoid the wind and the rain, and longingly trying to pick out where the sun would be in the oppressive ceiling of black and grey sky. And sure as the sun rises, when summer comes around all I can think about is the toasty feeling of a heated room and being tucked up indoors as rain drums on the window outside. So where is the satisfaction to be found between such polarising opposites? Perhaps somewhere I’ve never thought to look before. Perhaps between them. Spring is springing. Everywhere I look I am reminded of how beautiful this transitional season is. Colour is slowly leaking back into the world; daffodils are popping up in their bunches, blossoms are beginning their stretch over bare branches, and cautious little blooms like snowdrops and bluebells are poking their heads above ground to see if the coast is clear. Before the mad rush of summer, and just after the slow burn of winter, tucked comfortably between the two are the calm contented days of spring. Not too hot, not too cold, slowly waking up from its winter slumber with dewey eyed buds, I’m starting to think that this seasonal interim is in fact the main event. LATEST TV | VIRGIN MEDIA 159 | FREEVIEW CHANNEL 7

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f art school taught me anything it is that I am not tribal. Reaching maturity, or at least what I then assumed to be maturity, in the mid 70s I was initiated into a gay scene that was fiercely tribal. Back then there seemed to be a few options. First there were clones. This was a look dominated by Levis, Lacoste polo shirts or plaid lumberjack shirts and Timberland boots. All topped off with a rather sharp haircut and a brush head moustache. Well at 20 I was six years away from growing any kind of a moustache, and the rest was beyond me. I did once try to achieve the look to go to the Wimbledon Area Gay Society disco or WAGS as we knew it. I failed. Apparently plaid in pink and lilac was not quite right and Katharine Hamnett white jeans equally a fail. I didn't even go as far as Timberland, well who would want a pair of boots the colour of a soiled baby's nappy? I ask you. I couldn't do leather either, or for that matter any of the other forms of gay "drag" that came along. I was, and probably still am an art school dresser, casual flamboyance that occasionally strays into being over the top. Well I like over the top. But my point is far more about tribes than fashion, and these days the gay scene is as tribal as ever. We have bears, otters, twinks, leather queens still… the list goes on and on. So much so that I wonder what kind of equality we were all fighting for. Apparently I am either a silver fox or a polar bear – and woe betide anyone who decides to call me daddy. Daddy was a name I gave up the right to claim when I realised and came to terms with being gay, was unlikely to marry a women and that I certainly had no desire to have children of my own. Don't get me wrong, I like kids, but the great thing about other people’s kids, is you can send them back when you get bored.

“ Who would want a pair of boots the colour of a soiled baby's nappy? ” I was out for a drink in a gay bar recently and happened to overhear the conversation at the next table. A rare thing in a gay bar as most play music so loud that the only means of communication is sign language or lip reading, that makes me sound so old. Anyway the conversation was between a group of young gay men who were being offensively rude about a group of older gay men. I didn't say anything at the time, I know I should, but if any of you happen to be reading boys then hear this. Without the efforts of an older of gay men and women, you "twinks" would not be enjoying the freedom that you now can as openly homosexual beings – so learn some respect! As for tribes? Well give it up, let's try to be a little more united – not just LGBT+ people, but everyone. LATEST 7 | 5


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THE KIDS ARE ALL WRITE

NANGLE NATTERS Victoria Nangle

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ometimes a raspberry just has to be blown. Apropos of nothing, simply to break the silence, to change the mood, or even just to get that fab buzzing vibrating feeling in your lips that’s a bit like eating sherbert slowly but with less calories. A mouth trumpet prevails every time. I’m a great advocate for a sudden change in... well, something, when the brain gets congested I get stuck in a rut. The first time I remember consciously doing something like this was back at school when I was working on an art project. I was just working and working on the same picture and it was as if it was losing all meaning and definition the more I stared at it. So I turned it upside down on the easel, walked to the other side of the room and turned around quickly so that I could see it out of the corner of my eye. Elaborately constructed, I agree, but it worked and I could vaguely look at what I was working on with fresh eyes.

“ I’ve shaken the Etch­A­Sketch of my stuck imagination ” My current version of this is a wig that’s been knocking around the office. It’s an ‘old lady’ wig, no glam whatsoever, simply big curls of salt and pepper hair that pulls down easily over my ears. If the words and ideas aren’t coming on goes the wig – and my perspective changes as I squint through the cheaply cut fringe. It takes me out of my quagmire and into another frivolous world, like I’ve shaken the Etch­A­Sketch of my stuck imagination and freed it up to think of something new. But clearly I’m not going to go around with a wig in my bag, just in case conversation runs dry or my brain freezes. Hence the usefulness of the raspberry. Ever­portable, suitable for most ages, and there’s even a PG­13 version I can use with my nieces and nephews – blowing at each other in the face. Yes, it’s not the best idea when someone has cold germs, but the simplest way to have an instant play fight without worrying about everyone getting too overexcited and the littlest ones ending up in tears (or the biggest one at the chiropractor!). So raspberries are the enemy of the rut. Blow one now! And see if it changes your perspective on anything. 6 | LATEST 7

cross the world, people have many different beliefs about how the world began. Some ask: Where did Earth come from? How did it begin? Or what is this idea of a ‘big bang’? The ‘big bang’ theory has divided people’s opinion about how the world began. It’s a common thought that someone has created everything, and that someone is often thought of as a God. I passionately believe in the ‘big bang’ creation story. Due to scientific and natural purposes, the Earth was produced. Yet 60% of people in a class poll of students disagreed. Scientists have said that this ‘creation theory’ is the most credible idea yet for the Earth’s beginning. Technology nowadays has more complexity than 4.54 billion years ago (when the world was created) and technology is an evolutionary human creation. I actually believe God is human, so he can’t have created Earth and its life and surroundings. Additionally, the existences of stars, planets and more, I think, have been produced by a vast event, not by one hand. Other than for natural purposes, how else could the ‘bang’ happen? Other people believe, for religious purposes, that Earth was made by God and that everything, big or small, is created by someone: referring to the ‘first creator theory’. Also, they challenge: where and why did the explosion take place? How can it create LIFE? Even some scientists ask these questions and don’t believe in the theory of the ‘big bang.’ However, the scientists that do believe in the ‘big bang’ theory have evidence on their side: telescopes, history and past discoveries. This leads me onto the question: is Earth’s creation just a one­off happening? Despite the two arguments, its people will always have varying beliefs about different things. Six out of ten students in our class, who disagree about the ‘big bang’, say that the name, ‘bang’ is not the appropriate word and that it means to destroy and not to produce, whilst the other four argue that it may have destroyed some things but has made another within the process. On the other hand, others say that these natural wonders have been created over time and natural events. What do you think? Are we meant to have the answers? Maybe it is the questions that keep us going in being human and we might have to accept we’ll never know while we’re living in the middle of it.

“ We might have to accept we’ll never know ”

Nine students from Portslade Aldridge Community Academy have been writing their own articles about something that matters to them, as part of Little Green Pig's weekly after­school Tuesday club. For more info about the projects being set up for young writers across the city, go to littlegreenpig.org.uk

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GIDDY GOATS > If Oxford & Cambridge have their boat race then Varndean School can have their goat race to raise funds for Red Nose Day 2017

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oat racing. Not the usual fodder of daily life at secondary school. Think of school and you would probably think of your friends, classrooms, teachers, endless homework... but goats? Or goat races? Not so likely. So where on earth does a goat race fit in with a school? Fundraising and charity work have long been the stalwart of many a school, nothing new there, but how ideas are born and realised is where Varndean School students make the difference. So in a school that embraces individuality and nurtures

being planned, organised and run by the students with staff support, student voice is key to the process, the results speak for themselves with over £9,000 raised in the 2015­2016 academic year and close to £40,000 in the last 4­5 years. Community and social responsibility are intrinsic to our school ethos, one which celebrates the different aspects and talents of every child. Talents are recognised both inside the classroom and in extra­curricular activities such as volunteering for The Rotary Club programme which recognises

“ We have five pygmy goats, named after the four schools which make up

Varndean School – Maya (Angelou), Bertie (Russell), Alan (Turing), Ethel (Ellis) – and William after our Headteacher Mr Deighan ” creativity it seems fitting that on 24th March we are holding a goat race to raise money for Comic Relief. We have five pygmy goats, named after the four schools which make up Varndean School – Maya (Angelou), Bertie (Russell), Alan (Turing), Ethel (Ellis) – and William after our Headteacher Mr Deighan. The original idea of a race was something fun to do – goat introducer and Director of Finance and Operations Hilary Goldsmith recalled, “I was thinking of words that rhymed with goat and I got to 'boat', thought 'boat race' and the rest is history….” So in talks with Alison Browning, our Challenge Co­ordinator, the pair looked at ways the event could be used to raise money for charity. Following the success of last year’s Comic Relief bake off and cake sale, the four schools are working together to support Comic Relief again with the goat race and the bake­off and cake sale. We are thrilled to have The Latest’s Andrew Kay judging once again along with our Headteacher. Traditionally, charity work is run slightly differently at Varndean School. At the start of each academic year students from all year groups are encouraged to develop their social responsibility through joining their school’s charity team. The first task is to identify the area of focus for their school, then work with Ms Browning to select the individual charity for that year. Fundraising is carried out through non­uniform days, performance events, seasonal fairs (think, ‘soak the teacher’), cake sales and crucially, by converting achievement points to ‘charity cash’. With events LATEST TV | VIRGIN MEDIA 159 | FREEVIEW CHANNEL 7

exceptional young citizens who freely and regularly give their time and energy to helping others. Performers (even those reticent at first) are given many opportunities to shine in weekly assemblies, school shows and inter­school competitions such as the classical music and rowing challenge to name but two. While the likes of poetry, photography and bake offs may appeal more to others. Due to the phenomenal numbers of students taking part in the Duke of Edinburgh Awards Scheme, Varndean School was the first state school in Brighton and Hove to go the extra mile and become a Directly Licensed Centre for D of E programme, where we have youngsters volunteering 1,195 hours (equating to a social value of £4,445) in many areas of the community such as after school clubs, Park Run and environmental charities. So back to the race: as well as the necessary training for both the goats and Goatherders, (this is everyone’s first time, after all, none more so than for the School Governors who will be herding William) students have been avidly collecting donations from students and staff in form times, at break/lunch and generally whenever they can. There is an online Red Nose Day Giving Page: my.rednoseday.com/sponsor/varndeangoatrace which has seen parents and school contractors donating alike. Anyone can donate via this page and we are truly thankful for your support. You can find out more about the individual goats and the event on our website at www.varndean.co.uk/comicrelief

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COUNT ARTHUR STRONG > Bruce Dessau takes tea with the man behind the trilby, Steve Delaney aka Count Arthur Strong

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t is hard to believe that the smiling, casually­dressed man in front of me with an extravagant greying quiff is also Count Arthur Strong, the deluded trilby­hatted variety performer from Doncaster. Yet Steve Delaney has been playing Strong for over three decades. In recent years he has gone from cult to the mainstream with two acclaimed BBC series under his belt and a third due this spring. He is also about to embark on a huge UK tour. You might think then that there is a risk of the Count taking Delaney over, but it has not happened yet. “People are sometimes nervous about meeting me after the show. They think I might need time to unwind. But I’m happy to talk and have a glass of wine straight away,” he chuckles

between bites of a ham and pickle sandwich at home in Wells in Somerset. “I don’t have to warm up. I start doing it and I stop doing it. The 90 minute show feels like 15 minutes.” The main thing Delaney and Strong have in common, he claims, is their round­ shouldered posture: “When I was at drama school in London my parents came to see me. I had a beard and a weird outfit on and was playing a torturer and I asked them if they spotted me and my mum said ‘I’d recognise those round shoulders anywhere’.” Delaney is excited about taking the Count on the road with an all­new show, The Sound of Mucus. The title is typical of this character’s oddball’s humour. Count Arthur has made a career out of

getting his words mangled. He doesn’t do topical jokes. Or, as he would call it, “tropical” jokes. Things soon go wrong with hilarious consequences. “Like all of Arthur’s shows its not the show he intends to give, but he thinks he is giving a pretty good account of himself. It starts with the best of intentions and falls apart. That’s the essence of an Arthur live show.” He does not want to give away any spoilers. “I like people arriving not knowing too much about it.” But, as the title suggests, it finds him attempting to revive the classic Julie Andrews musical. He plays, among other things, the Mother Superior and there is a version of ‘Sixteen Going On Seventeen’. Although, Delaney concedes, things go so badly that we never actually see the main characters. It is all done with love for the original though: “It’s the only film I remember my father going to see. Everything I do with Arthur has to be from a starting point of affection.” It is not a big cast but it is not a solo show either. He is joined by long­time collaborator Terry Kilkelly as Malcom de Tinsell and Dave Plimmer, who features in Count Arthur Strong on BBC1 as Allan Leslie. But the Count is always centre stage when catastrophe comes calling. Not that he will ever accept responsibility. “It’s a defence mechanism. I think it’s a northern thing where if you make a mistake you blame something else – even an inanimate object.”

“ Everything I do

with Arthur has to be from a starting point of affection ” The Count clearly thinks of himself as a Jack of all trades but is undeniably a master of absolutely none. “He always ends up making a fool of himself and being pompous fiddling while Rome burns,” explains his alter ego. Take him seriously at your peril. A previous show, Forgotten Egypt, was a misguided

“Egyptalogics” lecture about the Pharaohs. One fan missed the point and started pointing out factual errors, not realising that the factual errors are an essential part of the performance.” So how would Delaney describe the Count? He sips some tea to buy some thinking time. “I’d phone someone up, I’ve got no idea! The thing I like is the way he has mistimed things. He got into variety as it was breathing its last gasp. He is always missing things by a few beats. He is about 73 and irascible and deluded. I can tell you what I take exception at is when it is suggested he has dementia. Old guys are allowed to be fools.” The Count clearly touches a nerve in the nation's light entertainment psyche. The sitcom is watched by millions and celebrity enthusiasts include Paul McCartney and Pete Townshend. Delaney likes the fact that his performances are family­friendly and attract people from different generations. “There is nothing better than looking at an audience and seeing grandparents, parents and children together.” His own 13­ year­old son Alf is also a fan. In fact when Delaney needed a cheeky child’s voice for his Radio 4 series he recorded Alf. “He used to listen to it all the time in bed so had all the timing right.” This Christmas he appeared there in pantomime, playing not a Count but a Baron – Baron Hardup in Cinderella alongside Paul O’Grady, Nigel Havers and Julian Clary. “I’d been offered panto before but this was the perfect character.” It was an odd experience though. The cast was so big that he did not have a huge amount of time onstage and spent a lot of each performance sitting in his dressing room waiting for his cue. “It felt like an old variety show and I was fourth on bill. In a way I prefer to be in my own bubble, driving myself to gigs. I couldn’t wait to be back doing my own show.” And that is exactly what he will be doing now. No wonder he has a smile on his face. Count Arthur Strong – The Sound of Mucus, Theatre Royal Brighton, Sunday 2 April, 8pm, £26.65


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ould you like to join me for lunch" asked Pete (AKA the Mayor of Brighton & Hove). Well you can hardly say no, so off I went to meet Pete at One Church for lunch at The Real Junk Food Project. Over the last few years I have been, in my role in the Brighton & Hove Food and Drink Festival, an active supporter of Fareshare, an organisation that redistributes food that is rejected by supermarkets. The Real Junk Food Project does much the same but takes this dreadful waste of perfectly good food directly from retailers and cooks and serves amazing meals. Of course there are projects that exist to feed the homeless or groups in society with differing needs, but this project is slightly different as it welcomes one and all on a pay as you feel basis. At One Church I was amazed to see the broad spectrum of diners, students, office workers, travellers, homeless… all tucking into an amazing spread of delicious food.

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There was a very hearty looking pea soup, but I passed that in favour of a lentil and aubergine stew which came with rice. I then had some side dishes of roast potatoes and celeriac, carrot salad, stuffed pepper and a great salad of fennel and orange. All delicious and as good as I might expect to find in the very best cafe's and restaurants. I also had a tomato bread roll which was superb. After I had a plate of very exotic fruit salad and tasted a very nice ginger cake that had been made in their kitchen, no doubt fro rescued eggs and flour and butter. It was without doubt great food and so was the coffee that came from the One Church Barista training project, another brilliant initiative. The project is staffed by volunteers with only two paid members of the team and obviously depends massively on the kindness of people who avail themselves of the food. But should we see it as kindness, I think not, this is a great way to dine and for the privilege should you go, and I urge you to do so, then you should pay a fair price for their fare. I had such a good time, chatting with the director Adam Buckingham, and with the Mayor and the very lovely Juliet Smith JP DL and High Sheriff of East Sussex, I move in very high circles it would seem, but this whole experience was a great leveller and eye­opener.

The Real Junk Food Project Brighton can be found serving wholesome ‘Pay As You Feel’ meals at the following venues: St. Luke’s Church, 64 Old Shoreham Road, Brighton, BN1 5DD Lunch: Monday­Wednesday, from 12pm The Hollingbean, Hollingdean Community Centre, Thompson Road, Brighton, BN1 7BH Lunch: Thursdays, from 1pm One Church, 21 Gloucester Place, Brighton, BN1 4AA Lunch: Fridays, from 12pm volunteer@realjunkfoodbrighton.co.uk, 07925 611 297

Señor Buddha is a modern tapas bar located at Preston Circus, offering an ever changing tapas menu based around Spanish and East Asian cuisine. With just 24 seats, this small tapas bar is always busy so booking is recommended. 9 Preston Road, Brighton, BN1 4QE | www.senorbuddha.co.uk 01273 567832 | bookings@senorbuddha.co.uk

Coggings & Co

Coggings & Co is all about great burgers, made with local ingredients sourced with care, prepared with skill and served with warmth. We serve the best burgers you’ve ever tasted with a delicious set of sides and puddings. 87­93 Dyke Road, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 3JE www.coggingsandco.com | 01273 220220


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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. There is also a wide variety of vegetarian and vegan, as well as gluten and wheat­free dishes. Buffet available 12pm–3pm, Monday to Saturday. Lewes, BN7 2LP, 01273 476707, www.chaulas.co.uk

Chaula’s, Brighton

A second venue for this brilliant Indian restaurant is now open here in Brighton. Chaula and her team breathe fresh air into the idea of Indian food with authentic recipes served in stylish surroundings. The cooking has an altogether healthier approach – but not at the cost of flavour. Thali Deals available 12pm­3pm; Meal Deal £9.99. Brighton, BN1 1HT, 01273 771661, www.chaulas.co.uk

The exceptional standards of the fine dining Restaurant at Drakes has earned them many accolades, including being awarded the highest score of all Brighton restaurants in the 2016 Good Food Guide for the 7th consecutive year. Classic British (with a bit of a twist) and Modern European dishes are created using only the finest, seasonal ingredients. Quote “The Latest” when booking lunch* and receive 3 courses for the price of 2. (*not Sunday – limit 6 people) The Restaurant at Drakes, 43­44 Marine Parade, Brighton, BN2 1PE 01273 696934, www.drakesofbrighton.com

Moksha Caffe, Brighton

Boho Gelato, Brighton

We are an independent, family run café and restaurant and our aim is to make our customers feel at home. So sit back, relax and enjoy great coffee and our delicious food. We believe that we are Brighton's best independent café so stop by when you need that caffeine kick or you’re feeling hungry! We promise to satisfy the biggest of appetites! Our food is locally sourced and free­range and we use organic milk. Check out our reviews on TripAdvisor. www.mokshacaffe.com | 01273 248890 Moksha Caffe, 4­5 York Place, BN1 4GU Brighton

24 ever­changing Italian Ice Cream flavours ranging from Vanilla to Violet, Mango to Mojito and Apple to Avocado taken from an ever growing list of now over 400! Handmade on site daily at 6 Pool Valley Brighton – Off East Street near the Palace Pier and also available at their new shop in Ship Street. www.bohogelato.co.uk | 6 Pool Valley, Brighton New Shop – 31 Ship Street, Brighton | 01273 727205


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> Mozzz! A week in the life of an undercover mosquito

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righton Fringe has for many years been the place to see the work of up and coming writers and performers – as well as some of the more established artists on the scene, not just local but national and even international, and this year's programme looks equally packed with opportunities to catch a glimpse of that new talent. But it is always an opportunity to catch the work of some of the city's better known creators of modern theatre and this year is no exception. Brighton Theatre is a non­ building­based company dedicated to producing innovative new work in new spaces, originating in Brighton and touring globally. Winners of a record 9 Fringe First Awards, and a commission to become the first Fringe company to play the main Edinburgh International Festival, their notable productions include: Brothers Karamazov, Edinburgh International Festival, Russia, Romania, Hungary & Fortune Theatre, London; The First Domino by Jonathan Cash,

winner Best New Play, Brighton Festival, BBC Radio 3; Gaza play, I am a Warehouse, site­specific with installation & film, Newhaven Fort, Brighton Festival, restaged for Children of Gaza Charity, transmitted live to Jerusalem; Dancing With Demons, V & A Diaghilev Exhibition, Brighton Festival & British Council tour of South America.

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male mosquito looks forward to joining the mile­ high club and mating in the air ”

The First Domino was an extraordinarily moving and at times very scary two man piece of theatre about the man behind the Soho bombing of the Admiral Duncan pub by right wing extremist David Copeland,

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that shocked and in part devastated London's gay community, and it was performed at Latest Musicbar to rave reviews. This year Brighton Theatre are back at the bar with a new work Mozzz! A topical, witty, and sexy monodrama from multi­award winners, director Faynia Williams and playwright Richard Crane A one­day­old male mosquito looks forward to joining the mile­high club and mating in the air. He invites you to donate just a sip of your blood to nurture his children. But there's a war on and the most dangerous species on earth is dying by the million. Can science stop the carnage? Whose side is our Mozzz on? This world premiere from one of Brighton's most exciting theatre companies, marks their return to their home town, after international work across the science/art divide. Latest Music Bar, 14­17 Manchester Street, Brighton BN2 1TF, 11/12 May 6pm and 13 May 3pm, performances last 1 hour 01273 917272, brightonfringe.org

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eimagining the Greek tragedy wherein a spurned lover exacts revenge on those who have wronged her for Thatcher’s brutally materialistic eighties, Pecho Mama’s inspired production elegantly blurred the boundaries between classical theatre, interpretative dance and live synth gig. Mella Faye Punchard, our struggling housewife heroine, was nothing short of mesmerising as the human embodiment of a live concept album, emotion seeping out of every pore and literally bleeding for the role. Chaos ensued as Goldfrapp­esque electronics throttled the audience and some haunting visuals left the lasting impression of a bold creative talent and that rarest of things: something genuinely new. The Old Market, 16 March 2017 Nick Aldwinckle

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Craig David returns with his biggest arena tour in 15 years. He'll be playing hits from new album ‘Following My Intuition’ and will be bringing 21 year old singer songwriter Lauren Faith with him, who has provided vocals and co­writing on some recent tracks. Brighton Centre, 22 March, 6.30pm, From £39.05

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The programme for Brighton Philharmonic Orchestra's season finale looks great, with Scriabin's second symphony from 1901 headlining the bill. Martin Roscoe will perform Schumann's Piano Concerto in A minor and the third work is Kodály's Dances of Galanta, which features themes based on folk tunes. Concert Hall, Brighton Dome, 2.45pm, £6­£37

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Playwright Sir Terence Rattigan lived on Marine Parade for some time since he was drawn to Brighton's liberal attitude. Rattigan's play The Deep Blue Sea is believed to be inspired by the suicide of his former lover, which was a loss he was sadly unable to publicly mourn. New Venture Theatre, 17­25 March, £8/£9

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SICK! Festival strives to be an antidote to the physical, mental and social challenges of life. You should look up the whole programme but I've picked out Daughters of the Curry Revolution by Afreena Islam. The show will explore what it means to be her father's daughter in the context of the anti­ immigration rhetoric she is surrounded by. ACCA, 22 March, 5.30pm or 7.30pm, £4­£7

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Shappi Khorsandi marks 40 years since she arrived in this country by reclaiming patriotism and declaring her love for her adopted land in ‘Oh My Country: From Morris Dancing To Morrissey’. Sharp wit and a twinking mischief about her has ensured this gig has sold out, but do check for any return tickets. Ropetackle, Wednesday 22 March, 8pm, £15

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A couple of years ago a young Glaswegian lad made waves with his debut show about coming out to his characterful family and was nominated for the Edinburgh Best Newcomer Award. Now Larry Dean is on the road with his first tour. People have said he’s changed, he’s had his first break­up, he’s primed for introspection – as perfectly encapsulated in ‘Farcissist’. Komedia, Wednesday 22 March, 8pm, £8

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The revered landscape painter John Constable may have denounced Brighton beach as “only Piccadilly… by the seaside”, bemoaning the vulgarity of “Ladies dressed and undressed – Gentlemen in morning gowns and slippers on… all mixed together in endless and indecent confusion”. But there’s no denying his fascination with the city he called home from 1824­28. And the body of work he produced during his residency will be celebrated in a gorgeous new exhibition at Brighton Museum & Art Gallery from 8 April. Can’t make it? Then pick up a copy of the covetable tome ‘Constable and Brighton’ that accompanies the show. artymagazines.com

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TUESDAY 21 Play To The Whistle ITV1, 9pm Sports – and we use the term in the very loosest sense – quiz hosted by Holly Willoughby and enjoying all of the curmudgeonly Dad-ness of Romesh Ranganathan, the cheeky Dad-ness of Bradley Walsh, with the tomfoolery of Seann Walsh. Plus Ore Oduba, Kevin Bridges and Ashley Cole.

Catastrophe Channel 4, 10pm You know what makes you all the more happy in your relationship after you’ve managed to salvage it when you’ve had a fight? Going to dinner with another couple who are estranged and even more nuts than you are. Lucky lucky Rob and Sharon – they have just the thing with Fran and Chris.

¸ terrestrial 6.00am A Gunman Has Escaped (1948) 7.05 The Detectives 7.35 Up In The Air (1940) 8.45 The Stranger (1946) 10.40 Music Hall (1934) 12.00pm The Guinea Pig (1948) 2.00 The Wrong Arm Of the Law (1962) 3.50 Glimpses 4.00 Carrington VC (1955)

6.00 Latest News The latest news where we are, the latest sports news, plus national and international updates. 6.30 Albion Night The Seagulls weekly show with Latest Sport. Catch up with the latest news from the club and the complete first half of a match. 7.45 Albion Night Welcome back to the Seagulls weekly show, with the concluding half of a match and more. 9.00 AK Soufflé Andrew Kay introduces special guests in this LGBT-focused chat show. 9.30 Queer Say Sophie Cook and Andrew Kay look at LGBT news and media from around the world with the help of their studio guest. 10.00 FILM: Three Cases of Murder (1955) Crime. Three stories of murder and the supernatural. Starring Orson Welles, John Gregson & Elizabeth Sellars. Introduced by Eamonn Andrews. Directed by David Eady & George More O'Ferrall. 12.00am The Music of Barry Mills 12.30 Bestfit TV 1.00 AK Soufflé 1.30 Queer Say 2.00 Latest News 2.30 Albion Night 3.45 Albion Night 5.00 Latest News 5.30 The Music of Barry Mills

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6.00am Breakfast 9.15 The Housing Enforcers 10.00 Homes Under The Hammer 11.00 Fugitives 11.45 Fake Britain 12.15pm Bargain Hunt 1.00 BBC News At One 1.30 South East Today 1.45 Doctors 2.15 The Code 3.00 Escape To The Country 3.45 Money For Nothing 4.30 Flog It! 5.15 Pointless 6.00 BBC News At Six 6.30 South East Today 7.00 The One Show If it's got Britain talking then it will get talked about on The One Show. Presented by Matt Baker and Michelle Ackerley. 7.30 EastEnders Jay throws a house party for Ben's birthday but soon gets a shock. Lauren is taken back by Max's suggestion. 7.57 BBC News And Regional News The latest national and international news stories from the BBC News team, followed by Weather. 8.00 Holby City Growing Pains. Essie is shocked when Parker turns up at the hospital. He's been on the run and now needs her to help his injured friend. Zosia harbours a secret from Ollie, and is horrified to learn that Isaac knows what it is. Fletch is relieved when Serena steps in to help him with his daughter's adolescent woes. 9.00 EastEnders Whitney grows concerned at Lauren's intentions. Michelle gets a surprise, but things later take a turn. 9.30 Would I Lie To You? Comedy panel show in which teams must sort the truth from the fiction. 10.00 BBC News At Ten 10.30 South East Today 10.45 How Police Missed The Grindr Killer 11.35 TBA 12.35am Weather For The Week Ahead 12.40 BBC News

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6.00am Flog It! Trade Secrets 6.30 Fugitives 7.15 Money For Nothing 8.00 The Big Painting Challenge 9.00 Victoria Derbyshire 11.00 BBC Newsroom Live 12.00pm Daily Politics 1.00 The Super League Show 1.45 Countryfile 2.00 The TV That Made Me 2.45 Who Do You Think You Are? 3.45 More Creatures Great And Small 4.15 Great Barrier Reef With David Attenborough 5.15 Bargain Hunt 6.00 Eggheads Jeremy Vine hosts the quiz show. 6.30 The Hairy Bikers' Comfort Food Classics. The Hairy Bikers are cooking dishes that will always hit the spot and which are guaranteed to bring smiles to the table. They reveal the secret behind their ultimate biker burger and cook one of their favourite desserts - a showstopping meringue. 7.00 The Best Of British Takeaways 8.00 Kate Humble - Back To The Land 9.00 American Justice Located in the city of Jacksonville, Duval County – a Republican heartland with a reputation for tough justice - this series tells the story of the justice system through the eyes of those who administer it every day. With access to the criminal courthouse, the sheriff’s office, county jail, public defender and the state attorney, American Justice will offer viewers a rare and revealing look inside the system. 10.00 Inside No 9 A season of dark comedies by Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith. 10.30 Newsnight In-depth investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day's headlines with Kirsty Wark. 11.15 Second Chance Summer: Tuscany 12.15am Dame Vera Lynn: Happy 100th Birthday 1.15 SAS: Rogue Warriors 2.15 Further Back In Time For Dinner

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6.00am Good Morning Britain 8.30 Lorraine 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show 10.30 This Morning 12.30pm Loose Women 1.30 ITV Lunchtime News 1.55 ITV News Meridian 2.00 Judge Rinder 3.00 Chopping Block 4.00 Tipping Point 5.00 The Chase

6.00 ITV News Meridian 6.30 ITV Evening News 7.00 Emmerdale Carly takes action. Faith is up to her old tricks. Bob grows concerned about Sandy. 7.30 Britain's Busiest Motorway Documentary series which goes behind the scenes and on the roads with the characters who work on one of the most famous and busiest motorways in Britain the M25. 8.00 The Secret Chef Four-part series that sees Britain's worst cooks transformed into culinary masters. This episode features single dad Steve - a loving father but a useless cook. After years of kitchen catastrophes, he would like to surprise his daughters and parents. Now it is down to chef Nigel Haworth chef patron of Northcote Manor in the Ribble Valley - to show market trader Steve how it is done. 9.00 Play To The Whistle See highlights. 10.00 The Nightly Show With Dermot O'Leary 10.30 ITV News 11.00 ITV News Meridian 11.15 Prime Suspect 1973 Prequel to the original Prime Suspect series, following the early career of WPC Jane Tennison in 1970s London. 12.15am The Nightly Show With Dermot O'Leary 12.40 Jackpot247 3.00 Loose Women 3.50 ITV Nightscreen 5.05 The Jeremy Kyle Show

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6.00am Countdown 6.45 The King Of Queens 7.10 The King Of Queens 7.35 The King Of Queens 8.00 Everybody Loves Raymond 8.35 Everybody Loves Raymond 9.05 Frasier 9.35 Frasier 10.05 Undercover Boss USA 11.05 Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares USA 12.00pm Channel 4 News 12.05 Vet On The Hill 1.05 Posh Pawn 2.10 Countdown 3.00 Fifteen To One 4.00 Sun, Sea And Selling Houses 5.00 Couples Come Dine With Me 6.00 The Simpsons Marge books an unenthusiastic Bart in for piano lessons, but his mood changes when he meets his teacher. 6.30 Hollyoaks Teen drama. 7.00 Channel 4 News Including sport and weather. 8.00 The Secret Life Of The Zoo Documentary series revealing the secret lives of animals at Chester Zoo. 9.00 Mutiny Cast adrift in the Pacific Ocean, a group of men set out to recreate one of the greatest survival feats of all time: the 4000-mile journey of Captain Bligh after the mutiny on the Bounty. Anthony Middleton steps into Captain Bligh's shoes as leader of the expedition, joined by a carpenter, a doctor, and several specialist sailors. The remaining crew members face their biggest challenge yet: finding a way through the Great Barrier Reef. 10.00 Catastrophe See highlights. 10.35 This Is Us Memphis. US drama series following the lives of a variety of individuals as their paths cross and life stories intertwine in curious ways. Randall and William take a road trip to Memphis. 11.30 Gogglebox Comedy TV review series. 12.30am Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares USA 1.20 KOTV Boxing Weekly 1.45 Gillette World Sport 2.15 Derren Brown: Pushed To The Edge 3.30 TBA 4.10 Phil Spencer: Secret Agent 5.05 Fifteen To One Victoria Nangle

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his coming week Frank le Duc from The Vote welcomes figures from the taxi trade in Brighton. John Streeter, the boss of Streamline Taxis and Tony Turner, the boss of Radio Cabs, two large taxi firms in the city who are concerned about the way Uber is operating their licence in the Brighton area by not solely using Brighton and Hove licensed drivers. The key concern is with

“ As Streamline Taxis boss John Streeter says: it needs to be a level playing field ” Transport for London and drivers from other areas being allowed to pick up and drop off in the city despite not having to abide by the stringent rules that all Brighton licensed drivers do adhere to. We also interview two London cabbies who sympathise with the challenges facing Brighton cab drivers as many London taxi

John Streeter and Tony Turner

drivers fear for their livelihoods as the app­based digital company are able to operate despite council rules and agreements. But this is not just a fight regarding traditional firms and a modern global alternative. All the city's taxi firms have their own apps. The City Cabs app for example has a great new modern app. We believe the city's residents need to support the Brighton taxi trade, with their enhanced safety standards and superior knowledge of the city. As John Streeter says about other operators like Uber in the city: "It needs to be a level playing field". Tune in to The Vote this week, Wednesday and Friday at 6.30pm on Latest TV via Freeview 7, Virgin Media 159 or thelatest.co.uk


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WEDNESDAY 22 The Royal House Of Windsor Channel 4, 9pm The fifth installment of the history of the British royal family over the last 100 years turns its attention to the still sensitive figure of Diana. From naive 19year-old to global icon for her humanitarian work and personal life, via that notorious 1995 Panorama interview. ‘S all here.

Making It Big Latest TV, 9pm This new reality series proves pretty topical, as it follows seven 20-something Irish and English people who identify as LGBT as they live in Barcelona – and of course all of them want to work in various forms of the arts. Is this something we could do postBrexit? Seize the day!

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6.00 Latest News 6.30 The Vote Frank Le Duc is joined by guests from the world of politics to discuss local and national issues. 7.00 Bestfit TV Weekly health and lifestyle advice, based on the popular Bestfit magazine. Includes the latest fitness methods and gear, healthy food and drink, and much more. 7.30 Albion Women Spring Series Highlights from all the matches in the Albion Women's 2017 Spring Series campaign. 8.00 Latest News 8.30 Digital Nation The best of Local TV from across the UK. 9.00 Making It Big See highlights. 9.30 Queer Say Sophie Cook and Andrew Kay look at LGBT news and media from around the world with the help of their studio guest. 10.00 Glimpses 10.15 FILM: The Planters Wife (1952) Drama. Directed by Ken Annakin and starring Jack Hawkins and Claudette Colbert. The marriage of rubberplantation owner and his wife has survived many disasters, but is now at breaking point. 12.00am Amp'd With Johnny Doom 12.30 Health Watch 1.00 Making It Big 1.30 Queer Say 2.00 Latest News 2.30 Bestfit TV 3.00 Albion Women Spring Series 3.30 Digital Nation 4.00 Amp'd With Johnny Doom 4.30 Health Watch 5.00 The Vote (x2)

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6.00am Breakfast 9.15 The Housing Enforcers 10.00 Homes Under The Hammer 11.00 Fugitives 11.45 Fake Britain 12.15pm Bargain Hunt 1.00 BBC News At One 1.30 South East Today 1.45 Doctors 2.15 The Code 3.00 Escape To The Country 3.45 Money For Nothing 4.30 Flog It! 5.15 Pointless

6.00 BBC News At Six The latest national and international news stories from the BBC News team, followed by weather. 6.30 South East Today The latest news, sport, weather and features from the South East of England. 7.00 The One Show Matt Baker and the team with stories and reports from around the country. 7.57 BBC News And Regional News The latest national and international news stories from the BBC News team, followed by Weather. 8.00 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. 9.00 DIY SOS: The Big Build Nick Knowles and the team issue a call to arms and recruit friends, family and local trades to help transform the homes of families across Britain. 10.00 BBC News At Ten The latest national and international news, with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide. 10.30 South East Today The latest news, sport, weather and features from the South East of England. 10.45 Peter Kay's Car Share 11.15 A Question Of Sport Light-hearted sports quiz. 11.45 The Big Painting Challenge 12.45am Weather For The Week Ahead 12.50 BBC News

The Red Nose African Road Trip BBC1, 9pm Getting to the root of why Red Nose Day is still a necessary stalwart of the fundraiser calendar, David Baddiel, Russell Kane, Hugh Dennis, Michaela Coel, Katy Brand and Reggie Yates head off to Africa to deliver supplies. Last time Dara O’Briain had a hair-raising time with a boat... this time life jackets for all.

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6.00am Flog It! Trade Secrets 6.30 Fugitives 7.15 Money For Nothing 8.00 Mary Berry Everyday 8.30 Great British Railway Journeys 9.00 Victoria Derbyshire 11.00 BBC Newsroom Live 11.30 Daily Politics 1.00pm Lifeline 1.10 Coast 1.30 Beat The Brain 2.00 The TV That Made Me 2.45 Who Do You Think You Are? 3.45 More Creatures Great And Small 4.15 Great Barrier Reef With David Attenborough 5.15 Bargain Hunt 6.00 Eggheads Quiz show. 6.30 The Hairy Bikers' Comfort Food Posh-ish Nosh. The Bikers are pushing the boat out, using top notch ingredients in special recipes to create showstopping dishes. They have updated an old favourite - the rum baba and are making the most of a great cut of beef in a traditional Greek stifado. 7.00 Great Continental Railway Journeys Transylvania to the Black Sea. With Bradshaw's 1913 Continental Railway Guide in hand, Michael Portillo ventures east through Romania. He encounters a bloodsucking vampire in Transylvania and brown bears in the Carpathian forest before visiting a fairy-tale castle with modern conveniences in Sinaia. 8.00 The House That £100k Built 9.00 Incredible Medicine: Dr Weston's Casebook Surgeon Gabriel Weston introduces individuals with the world's most unique bodies. 10.00 Live At The Apollo Stand-up comedy from the Hammersmith Apollo. Alan Carr introduces performances from Francesca Martinez and rising comedy star Nish Kumar. 10.30 Newsnight In-depth investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day's headlines. 11.15 American Justice 12.15am The Secrets Of Your Food 1.15 The Sheriffs Are Coming

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6.00am Good Morning Britain 8.30 Lorraine 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show 10.30 This Morning 12.30pm Loose Women 1.30 ITV Lunchtime News 1.55 ITV News Meridian 2.00 Judge Rinder 3.00 Chopping Block 4.00 Tipping Point 5.00 The Chase

6.00 ITV News Meridian All the latest news, sport and breaking stories from across the region with Fred Dinenage and Sangeeta Bhabra. Including Meridian weather. 6.15 ITV Evening News Mary Nightingale presents the latest headlines from around the world. Followed by a national weather forecast. 6.45 Emmerdale Ashley returns to the village. Bernice confronts Carly. Faith becomes a fundraiser. 7.15 International Football: Germany V England 10.00 The Nightly Show With Dermot O'Leary 10.30 ITV News Julie Etchingham presents the latest headlines from around the world. Followed by a national weather forecast. 11.00 ITV News Meridian A round-up of all the latest news from across the region. Includes Meridian weather. 11.15 International Football Highlights 12.15am The Nightly Show With Dermot O'Leary 12.40 Jackpot247 Join the presenters live and play roulette on your telly. Join in now at Jackpot247.com. 3.00 1000 Heartbeats Tension-packed quiz show hosted by Vernon Kay in which contestants have their heart rate constantly monitored. 3.50 ITV Nightscreen 5.05 The Jeremy Kyle Show

Channel 4

6.00am Countdown 6.45 The King Of Queens 7.10 The King Of Queens 7.35 The King Of Queens 8.00 Everybody Loves Raymond 8.35 Everybody Loves Raymond 9.05 Frasier 9.35 Frasier 10.05 Undercover Boss USA 11.05 Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares USA 12.00pm Channel 4 News Summary 12.05 Vet On The Hill 1.05 Posh Pawn 2.10 Countdown 3.00 Fifteen To One 4.00 Sun, Sea And Selling Houses 5.00 Couples Come Dine With Me 6.00 The Simpsons The Saga of Carl. Friendships are tested when Carl skips town with $200,000, the winnings from a lottery ticket he bought with Homer, Moe and Lenny. Featuring original music from Sigur Ros. 6.30 Hollyoaks 7.00 Channel 4 News 8.00 Hidden Restaurants With Michel Roux Jr Chef Michel Roux Jr takes to the road in search of secret eateries and food mavericks. This time he heads to the West Country and Wales, where he discovers feasts in a garden shed, a staff canteen, and a Victorian walled kitchen garden. Helping Michel on his adventure is chef Freddy Bird, who travels to London to meet a couple who want to turn a barge into a fine dining fish restaurant. 9.00 The Royal House Of Windsor See highlights. 10.00 999: What's Your Emergency? Documentary series showing how Britain is changing through the eyes of the emergency services on the front line. 11.00 Lee Mack: Hit The Road Mack Stand-up comedy from the star of Not Going Out, filmed at London's Hammersmith Apollo, with plenty of Lee's trademark sharp one-liners. 12.00am Mutiny 1.00 FILM: Love And Other Drugs (2010) 2.50 Dispatches 3.20 Unreported World 3.50 Building The Dream 4.40 TBA 5.05 Fifteen To One

6.00am Rubber Racketeers (1942) 7.15 The Detectives 8.15 Journey To The Centre Of The Earth (1977) 10.00 Behind the Mask (1958) 12.00pm The Way to the Stars (1945) 2.00 The Browning Version (1951) 3.50 Glimpses 4.00 I'll Walk Beside You (1943) 5.40 Glimpses

6.00 Latest News The latest news where we are, the latest sports news, plus national and international updates, and the up-to-date forecast for your area and beyond. 6.30 Albion Night The Seagulls weekly show with Latest Sport. Catch up with the latest news from the club and the complete first half of a match. 7.45 Albion Night Welcome back to the Seagulls weekly show, with the concluding half of a match and more. 9.00 Beyond The Rainbow Buckle your seatbelts as Sophie Cook presents conversation, music and guests galore. There's also LGBT politics from the US and beyond, and Sophie's Browser History. 10.00 FILM: Saturday Night, Sunday Morning (1960) Drama. Director: Karel Reisz. Stars Albert Finney, Rachel Roberts, Shirley Anne Field & Hylda Baker. In Nottingham, Arthur works in a mindless haze, but his love affairs cause him complications. 11.45 Glimpses 12.00am Elements 12.30 Globetrotting 1.00 Beyond The Rainbow 2.00 Latest News 2.30 Albion Night 3.45 Albion Night 5.00 Latest News 5.30 Globetrotting

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6.00am Breakfast 9.15 The Housing Enforcers 10.00 Homes Under The Hammer 11.00 Fugitives 11.45 Fake Britain 12.15pm Bargain Hunt 1.00 BBC News At One 1.30 South East Today 1.45 Doctors 2.15 The Code 3.00 Escape To The Country 3.45 Money For Nothing 4.30 Flog It! 5.15 Pointless

6.00 BBC News At Six The latest national and international news stories from the BBC News team, followed by weather. 6.30 South East Today The latest news, sport, weather and features from the South East of England. 7.00 The One Show If it's got Britain talking then it will get talked about on The One Show. Presented by Matt Baker and Angela Scanlon. 7.30 EastEnders Michelle struggles with the rising pressure. Whitney does her best to get through to Lauren. 7.57 BBC News And Regional News The latest national and international news stories from the BBC News team. 8.00 Shop Well For Less Shop well for less. You get the picture. 9.00 The Red Nose African Road Trip See highlights. 10.00 BBC News At Ten The latest national and international news, with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide. 10.30 South East Today The latest news, sport, weather and features from the South East of England. 10.45 Question Time Topical debate with a panel of prominent public figures and an invited audience, chaired by David Dimbleby. 11.45 This Week A political review of the week presented by Andrew Neil, with Michael Portillo and guests. 12.30am Weather For The Week Ahead 12.35 BBC News

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FRIDAY 24 Three Wives, One Husband Channel 4, 9pm Rockland Ranch is a bit different. In the middle of a Utah desert 14 fundamentalist Mormon families have made it their home. With unprecedented access, attention turns to the Foster family, who are apparently the poster family for making polygamy look easy. But change is afoot with a third wife being courted and baby 17 en route.

Red Nose Day 2017 BBC1, 7pm With the special star-studded ‘Love Actually’ reboot promised, as well as a Jeremy Kyle and David Walliams ‘thang’, the top notch selection of hosts ranging from Russell Brand to Romesh Ranganathan, and of couse Jonathan Ross (they don’t all need ‘r’s in their names), tonight is packed with laughs ‘n’ tings.

Unreported World Channel 4, 9pm Mark Theroux and Jessica Kelly travel to Russia to meet some of the country’s most prolific parents, and to see how the rise in Putin’s values of family, God and country is supporting a rise in religion and nationalism, which in turn ushers in a wave of intolerance.

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6.00am Flog It! Trade Secrets 6.30 Fugitives 7.15 Money For Nothing 8.00 Gardeners' World 8.30 Great British Railway Journeys 9.00 Victoria Derbyshire 11.00 BBC Newsroom Live 12.00pm Daily Politics 1.00 Two Tribes 1.30 Building Dream Homes 2.00 TV That Made Me 2.45 Who Do You Think You Are? 3.45 More Creatures Great And Small 4.15 Attenborough And The Giant Egg 5.15 Bargain Hunt 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. Can the challengers triumph or will the cash prize roll over to the next show? 6.30 The Hairy Bikers' Comfort Food The Hairy Bikers cook some of their favourite comfort food. 7.00 Great Continental Railway Journeys Michael Portillo retraces the journeys featured in George Bradshaw's 1913 publication Continental Guide. 8.00 The Great Pottery Throw Down Ten home potters from around the country head to Stoke-onTrent, the home of pottery, in their quest to become Top Potter. 9.00 The Last Kingdom Historical drama. 10.00 Mock The Week 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 In-depth investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day's headlines. 11.15 Top Gear Motoring magazine. 12.20am Top Gear Extra Gear 12.45 The Real Marigold Hotel 1.40 Beti And David: Lost For Words

ITV1

6.00am Good Morning Britain 8.30 Lorraine 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show 10.30 This Morning 12.30pm Loose Women 1.30 ITV Lunchtime News 1.55 ITV News Meridian 2.00 Judge Rinder 3.00 Chopping Block 4.00 Tipping Point 5.00 The Chase

6.00 ITV News Meridian All the latest news, sport and breaking stories from across the region with Fred Dinenage and Sangeeta Bhabra. Including Meridian weather. 6.30 ITV News 7.00 Emmerdale Emma seeks forgiveness. Faith's actions cause a stir. The pressure mounts for Cain. 7.30 Tonight 8.00 Emmerdale Emma is ushered out the Woolpack. Harriet has had enough. Liv is worried. 8.30 Harry Hill's Alien Fun Capsule 9.00 Prime Suspect 1973 Prequel to the original Prime Suspect series, following the early career of WPC Jane Tennison in 1970s London. Following the arrest of the mysterious 'Oz', the investigation takes an unexpected twist. The Bentleys' plans are nearly blown out of the water by a visit from the police. As Jane's relationship with DCI Bradfield develops, her integrity is tested and he asks her to make a decision with huge consequences for her future career. 10.00 The Nightly Show With Dermot O'Leary 10.30 ITV News 11.00 ITV News 11.15 Tipping Point Ben Shephard hosts a quiz show. 12.15am The Nightly Show With Dermot O'Leary 12.40 Jackpot247 3.00 Tonight 3.25 ITV Nightscreen 5.05 The Jeremy Kyle Show

Channel 4

6.00am Countdown 6.45 The King Of Queens 7.10 The King Of Queens 7.35 The King Of Queens 8.00 Everybody Loves Raymond 8.35 Everybody Loves Raymond 9.05 Frasier 9.35 Frasier 10.05 Undercover Boss USA 11.00 Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares USA 12.00pm Channel 4 News Summary 12.05 Vet On The Hill 1.05 Posh Pawn 2.10 Countdown 3.00 Fifteen To One 4.00 Sun, Sea And Selling Houses 5.00 Couples Come Dine With Me 6.00 The Simpsons Dangers on a Train. While trying to buy Homer a gift for their tenth wedding anniversary, Marge accidentally stumbles upon a website for swingers. Seth MacFarlane guest stars. 6.30 Hollyoaks Teen drama. Alfie returns home to a heated row between Ellie and Freddie. 7.00 Channel 4 News Including sport and weather. 7.55 The Political Slot: Plaid Cymru 8.00 Great British Buildings: Restoration Of The Year Kevin McCloud and Dr Anna Keay look at the UK's most incredible restorations of historic buildings. 9.00 Three Wives, One Husband See highlights. 10.00 Syria’s Disapeared: The Case Against Assad This hardhitting documentary tells the hidden story of the Syrian war: the story of the tens of thousands of men, women and children who've been disappeared by the Assad regime into a network of clandestine detention centres. 11.00 24 Hours In A&E Documentary series following patients at the A&E department of King's College Hospital over a 24-hour period. 12.00am A Very British Brothel 1.00 Secrets Of The Sauna 1.55 The Supervet 2.50 TBA 3.45 The King Of Queens 4.10 Phil Spencer: Secret Agent 5.05 Fifteen To One

6.00am Boys Will Be Girls (1937) 7.20 The Detectives 8.20 Liz Fraser Presents... 8.25 The Night We Dropped a Clanger (1959) 10.10 The Southerner (1945) 12.00pm I'm All Right Jack (1959) 2.00 Time, Gentlemen, Please! (1952) 3.35 Glimpses 4.00 Lady Of Deceit (1947) 5.50 Glimpses

6.00 Latest News 6.30 The Vote Frank Le Duc is joined by guests from the world of politics to discuss local and national issues. 7.00 The Non-League Football Show All the latest non-league football news and action from around the region. 8.00 Latest News The latest news where we are, the latest sports news, plus national and international updates. 8.30 Brighton Album Chart Show Probably the coolest music video chart on telly. Juice FM's James Fox introduces March's top 10 based on physical album sales at Brighton's cult independent record store, Resident Music. 9.00 Tales From The Margins Professor Rainer Schulze introduces two Ugandan documentaries: 'We Gonna Get A Future' and 'Police Raid On Pride Uganda 2016'. 10.00 FILM: It's a Wonderful World (1956) Comedy directed by Val Guest and starring Terence Morgan, George Cole, Kathleen Harrison. Two struggling composers hit on a novel way of producing music backwards! 11.45 Glimpses 12.00am Under The Radar 12.30 Amp'd With Johnny Doom 1.00 Tales From The Margins 2.00 Latest News 2.30 The NonLeague Football Show 3.30 Brighton Album Chart Show 4.00 Under The Radar 4.30 Amp'd With Johnny Doom 5.00 The Vote (x2)

BBC1

6.00am Breakfast 9.15 The Housing Enforcers 10.00 Homes Under The Hammer 11.00 Fugitives 11.45 Fake Britain 12.15pm Bargain Hunt 1.00 BBC News At One 1.30 South East Today 1.45 Doctors 2.15 The Code 3.00 Escape To The Country 3.45 Money For Nothing 4.30 Flog It! 5.15 Pointless

6.00 BBC News At Six The latest national and international news stories from the BBC News team, followed by weather. 6.30 South East Today The latest news, sport, weather and features from the South East of England. 7.00 Red Nose Day 2017 See highlights. 10.00 BBC News At Ten The latest national and international news, with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide. 10.25 South East Today The latest news, sport, weather and features from the South East of England. 10.35 Red Nose Day: Graham Norton's Big Chat Live 12.00am Red Nose Day: Russell Brand's Stand Off 1.00 Red Nose Day: Fantastic Beats &Where To Find Them 2.30 Weather For The Week Ahead Detailed weather forecast. 2.35 BBC News BBC One joins the BBC's rolling news channel for a night of news, with bulletins on the hour and the headlines every 15 minutes.

BBC2

6.00am Flog It! Trade Secrets 6.30 Fugitives 7.15 Money For Nothing 8.00 Kate Humble - Back To The Land 9.00 Victoria Derbyshire 11.00 BBC Newsroom Live 12.00pm Daily Politics 1.00 Two Tribes 1.30 Building Dream Homes 2.00 TV That Made Me 2.45 Who Do You Think You Are? 3.45 More Creatures Great And Small 4.15 Attenborough's Big Birds - Natural World 5.15 Bargain Hunt 6.00 Eggheads Jeremy Vine hosts the quiz show. 6.30 The Hairy Bikers' Comfort Food 7.00 Great Continental Railway Journeys Michael Portillo retraces the journeys featured in George Bradshaw's 1913 publication Continental Guide. 8.00 Gardeners' World Monty starts his plans for his revamped courtyard garden when he plants bare root trees and gives advice on climbers which will thrive on east facing walls. Nick Bailey explores the strange world of lichens and finds out how these plants grow and thrive on trees, wood and stone. 8.30 Only Connect SemiFinal 1. Two teams compete to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random in this semi-final game. Hosted by oin Victoria Coren Mitchell. 9.00 Wild Ireland: The Edge Of The World 10.00 Red Nose Day: Greg Davies' Hot Tub Half Hour 10.40 Newsnight In-depth investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day's headlines. 11.10 Robot Wars The iconic man and machine battle series returns. 12.10am Britain At War: Imperial War Museum 1.10 FILM: Puppet On A Chain (1970) 2.45 Panorama 3.15 Meet The Lords 4.15 Britain On The Fiddle

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Channel 4

6.00am Good Morning Britain 8.30 Lorraine 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show 10.30 This Morning 12.30pm Loose Women 1.30 ITV Lunchtime News 1.55 ITV News Meridian 2.00 Judge Rinder 3.00 Chopping Block 4.00 Tipping Point 5.00 The Chase

6.00am Countdown 6.45 The King Of Queens 7.10 The King Of Queens 7.35 The King Of Queens 8.00 Everybody Loves Raymond 8.35 Everybody Loves Raymond 9.05 Frasier 9.35 Frasier 10.05 Undercover Boss USA 11.00 Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares USA 12.00pm Channel 4 News Summary 12.05 Vet On The Hill 1.05 Posh Pawn 2.10 Countdown 3.00 Fifteen To One 4.00 Sun, Sea And Selling Houses 5.00 Couples Come Dine With Me

6.00 ITV News Meridian All the latest news, sport and breaking stories from across the region with Fred Dinenage and Sangeeta Bhabra. Including Meridian weather. 6.30 ITV News Charlene White presents the latest headlines from around the world. 7.00 Emmerdale Laurel is furious with Doug. Harriet is questioned by the police. Marlon is caught off guard. 7.30 Coronation Street 8.00 Judge Rinder's Crime Stories Judge Robert Rinder steps out from behind the bench to examine real-life cases. 8.30 Coronation Street 9.00 Lethal Weapon There Goes the Neighborhood. US drama series based on the film franchise. A string of burglaries hits close to home for Murtaugh when one of them occurs in his own patch, and it gets just as personal for Riggs when another break-in ends in a casualty. Meanwhile, Roger Junior connects with an old friend who might be twisted up in some criminal action of his own. 10.00 The Nightly Show With Dermot O'Leary 10.30 ITV News Tom Bradby presents the latest headlines from around the world. 11.00 ITV News Meridian 11.15 Play To The Whistle 12.15am The Nightly Show With Dermot O'Leary 12.40 Jackpot247 3.00 Freeze Out 3.50 ITV Nightscreen

6.00 The Simpsons Lard of the Dance. Homer thinks he can make a fortune by recycling grease, and Lisa helps to organise a school dance. 6.30 Hollyoaks 7.00 Channel 4 News Including sport and weather. 7.30 Unreported World See highlights. 8.00 Amazing Spaces: WWII Special In this World War II special, George and Will Hardie meet Jan Fursier, daughter of a survivor of a Japanese prisoner of war camp who discovered an immaculately illustrated guide to building a 1930s caravan in his old wartime diaries. 9.00 Gogglebox Comedy TV review series in which viewers share commentaries from the comfort of their sofas. 10.00 The Last Leg The satirical comedy show hosted by Adam Hills, Alex Brooker and Josh Widdicombe. 11.00 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 as they meet up in the First Dates restaurant. 12.00am How'd You Get So Rich? 12.45 Rude Tube 1.45 FILM: Damien: Omen II (1978) 3.30 Catastrophe 4.00 TBA 4.20 Building The Dream 5.15 Fifteen To One Victoria Nangle

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SATURDAY 25 FILM: The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel Channel 4, 9pm If you’ve been enjoying BBC1’s recent journeying into India’s accommodation for elderly British celebrities, you might be interested to see where the idea originally came from – this delightful and charming (and star-studded) film. Culture shock to culture love.

The Voice UK ITV1, 8.30pm Semi final time, and you can see the judges getting uber protective of their own singers. It’s all well and good being generous to all when every judge has lots of voices in their talent team, but the whittling has got them on the hop as the tensions rise. Oh, and there’s some songs too.

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Robot Wars BBC2, 7pm Metal things hitting metal things! Dara O’Briain and Angela Scanlon host this series, with Jonathan Pearce commentating. Competing in this round are Supernova, Frostbite, Wyrm, High 5, Crustacean, Ironside 3, Pulsar and Apex – all names you would be forgiven for thinking was the new force The Avengers are about to battle. Let battle commence!

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6.00am Confidential (1935) 7.20 Fire Maidens From Outerspace (1956) 8.55 Target Earth (1954) 10.30 Police Dog (1955) 12.00pm Vicious Circle (1957) 1.40 The Wrong Arm Of the Law (1962) 3.30 Miss MacTaggart Won't Lie Down (1966) 4.00 Broken Journey (1948) 5.50 Glimpses

BBC1

6.00am Breakfast 10.00 Saturday Kitchen 11.30 Mary Berry Everyday 12.00pm Football Focus 12.30 TBA 1.00 BBC News 1.15 Bargain Hunt 2.15 TBA 3.00 TBA 3.40 FILM: Brave (2012) 5.05 Who Dares Wins 5.45 BBC News 5.55 South East Today

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6.00 Latest News 6.30 Walks Around Britain Series featuring inspirational walks between 2-8 miles from around Britain. Andrew White walks around the Muirtown Basin in Inverness and through Hugh Town on the Isles of Scilly. 7.00 British Wrestling Weekly All the latest happenings from the British Wrestling Coalition, keeping you up to date with all the high impact action from the UK's premier wrestling brand, New Generation Wrestling. 8.00 Latest News 8.30 Noise Reel Brighton's first and foremost local music entertainment show keeping you plugged into the news, gossip and live scene on the south coast. 9.00 Beyond The Rainbow Buckle your seatbelts as Sophie Cook presents conversation, music and guests galore. There's also LGBT politics from the US and beyond, and Sophie's Browser History. 10.00 FILM: Women of Twilight (1952) Drama. Director: Gordon Parry. Stars Rene Ray, Lois Maxwell, Laurence Harvey & Freda Jackson. Vivianne's lover is arrested after she finds she is carrying his child. 11.50 Glimpses 12.00am Banterflix 12.30 Digital Nation 2.00 Latest News 2.30 British Wrestling Weekly 3.30 Noise Reel 4.00 Banterflix 4.30 Digital Nation

6.05 Pointless Celebrities Celebrity edition of the quiz in which contestants try to score as few points as possible by plumbing the depths of their general knowledge to come up with the answers no-one else can think of. Presented by Alexander Armstrong and Richard Osman. 6.55 Let's Sing & Dance For Comic Relief 8.25 Casualty Medical drama series about the staff at Holby General's emergency department. 9.15 All Round To Mrs Brown's 10.15 BBC News The latest national and international news from the BBC. 10.35 FILM: Pirates Of The Caribbean: At World's End (2007) Starring Johnny Depp, Orlando Bloom, Keira Knightley, Jack Davenport, Geoffrey Rush and Bill Nighy. Action adventure sequel. In the final instalment of the buccaneering trilogy, Jack Sparrow is trapped in Davy Jones's Locker, and in his absence the East India Trading Company is taking over the seas. Jack's former crew and his friends Elizabeth and Will must join forces with Captain Barbossa to save Captain Sparrow and bring the entire pirate community together against their common enemy. The scene is set for a battle of epic proportions. 2.10am Weather For The Week Ahead 2.15 BBC News

6.30 Wild Ireland: The Edge Of The World Documentary. The odyssey continues as Colin Stafford-Johnson completes his journey along Ireland's Atlantic rim. 7.30 When Lynne Barber Met Phyllida Barlow Journalist Lynn Barber meets sculpture artist Phyllida Barlow. 8.00 Grand Tours Of The Scottish Islands From Flottay to Sanday: War and Peace in the North. Paul Murton visits the islands lying off the Scottish coast. 8.30 Dad's Army The Lion Has Phones. Classic wartime sitcom. An enemy aircraft crash-lands in the local reservoir, severely testing the efficiency of Captain Mainwaring's communication system. 9.00 Paula Rego: Secrets And Stories A unique insight into the life and work of celebrated painter Paula Rego, directed by her son, Nick Willing. 10.30 QI XL Mix and Match. Quiz show in which the aim is to be interesting. Stephen Fry mixes and matches a melange of Mthemed subjects with Jo Brand, James Acaster, Bill Bailey and Alan Davies. 11.15 FILM: The Reluctant Fundamentalist (2012) Starring Riz Ahmed, Kate Hudson, Liev Schreiber, Kiefer Sutherland, Om Puri. Tension and alienation are fed by fear and mistrust in this adaptation of the bestselling novel by Mohsin Hamid. 2.15am FILM: Albatross (2011)

7.00am TBA 8.30 TBA 10.00 Natural World 11.00 Homes Under The Hammer 12.00pm Two Greedy Italians: Still Hungry 1.00 FILM: The Wooden Horse (1950) 2.40 TBA 3.10 Flog It! 4.00 University Challenge 4.30 Only Connect 5.00 Gardeners' World 5.30 Puerto Rico: Island Of Enchantment - Natural World

ITV1

6.00 – 7.05am Children’s television 7.05 Thunderbirds Are Go 7.30 Scrambled! 7.35 Mr Bean 7.50 Horrid Henry 8.10 Teen Titans Go! 8.30 Bear Grylls Survival School 9.05 Adventure Time 9.25 ITV News 9.30 Alphabetical 10.30 FILM: Carry On Follow That Camel (1967) 12.15pm ITV News & Weather 12.25 FILM: Horrid Henry: The Movie (2011) 2.10 All Star Family Fortunes 3.00 Bargain Shop Wars 3.30 Tipping Point 4.30 The Chase 5.30 ITV News Meridian 5.45 ITV News & Weather 6.00 You've Been Framed! King of clips Harry Hill returns with a brand new episode full of home video howlers. This edition includes a drone being destroyed by a baseball, a seal refusing a selfie and a falling tree squashing Noel Edmonds on the bog. 7.00 Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway Expect a whole host of crazy pranks, mindboggling challenges and fantastic competitions! 8.30 The Voice UK See highlights. 10.20 ITV News & Weather The latest headlines from around the world. Followed by national and local weather forecasts. 10.40 Lethal Weapon There Goes the Neighborhood. US drama series based on the film franchise. A string of burglaries hits close to home for Murtaugh when one of them occurs in his own backyard, and it gets just as personal for Riggs when another break-in results in a casualty. Meanwhile, Roger Jr connects with an old friend who might be involved in some criminal activity of his own. 11.35 The Chase Quiz show hosted by Bradley Walsh. Four contestants must pit their wits against the Chaser, a ruthless quiz genius determined to stop them winning at all costs. 12.30am Jackpot247 3.00 Who's Doing The Dishes? 3.50 ITV Nightscreen

Channel 4

6.15am The King Of Queens 6.40 Mobil 1 The Grid 7.10 British Rally Championships 7.30 Everybody Loves Raymond 8.00 Everybody Loves Raymond 8.30 Frasier 9.00 Frasier 9.30 The Big Bang Theory 10.00 The Big Bang Theory 10.30 The Big Bang Theory 10.55 The Simpsons (x3) 12.30pm Extreme Food 1.00 Formula 1: Australia Qualifying Highlights 2.50 Couples Come Dine With Me 3.30 A Place In The Sun: Summer Sun 4.35 Location, Location, Location 5.35 Grand Designs 6.30 Channel 4 News Including sport and weather. 7.00 Escape To The Chateau Series following Dick Strawbridge and his partner Angel Adoree as they restore their French chateau. Dick and Angel are due to marry in just a few weeks' time but the chateau is nowhere near ready. 8.00 Penelope Keith At Her Majesty's Service Penelope Keith visits the Queen's various official royal residences around the UK. This time Penelope is in Northern Ireland, visiting the Queen's official Royal residence, Hillsborough Castle. Penelope meets the household staff responsible for raising the flag, buffing the brass and turning down the beds for Her Majesty's visits. She gets an exclusive look at a long lost scrap-book of royal menus and invitations, dating back to 1925, shedding light on the tastes of the day. 9.00 FILM: The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (2011) See highlights. 11.20 FILM: East Is East (1999) Starring Om Puri, Linda Bassett, Ian Aspinall, Raji James, Jimi Mistry and Archie Panjabi. Comedy drama set in Manchester in the early 70s focusing on the cultural tensions within an Anglo-Pakistani family and, in particular, between the traditionalist father and his children. 2.05am FILM: Grease 2 (1982) 4.00 Hollyoaks Omnibus

6.00am Somewhere in Camp (1942) 7.45 Inquest (1940) 9.00 Brandy for the Parson (1951) 10.35 Music Hall (1934) 12.00pm Richard III (1955) 3.00 Born Of The Sea (1949) 4.00 A Kid For Two Farthings (1955) 5.45 Reminiscence of Diana Dors

6.00 Latest News The latest news where we are, the latest sports news, plus national and international updates. 6.30 Family, Faith And Fun Sarah Hopwood presents the happiness debate, a show looking at a different emotion every week and how it relates to family life, the Christian faith, and a sense of fun. 7.00 Rugby AM Alex Simmons hosts a Rugby League Chat Show, offering expert analysis and witty banter on the comings and goings in the world of Rugby League in Yorkshire and the North. 8.00 Latest News 8.30 Under The Radar Paul and Jeff present music by Frazey Ford, Hurray for the Rif Raf, Karl Blau, and Shovels & Rope. 9.00 AK Soufflé Andrew Kay introduces special guests in this LGBT-focused chat show. 9.30 Making It Big Reality series following the lives of seven 20something Irish and English LGBT people, living in Barcelona, with aspirations in music, acting and writing. 10.00 FILM: Broken Journey (1948) Drama. Director: Ken Annakin & Michael C Chorlton. Stars Phyllis Calvert, James Donald, David Tomlinson & Margot Grahame. A Plane crash lands miles from civilisation. The passengers must prevail. 11.50 Glimpses 12.00am Bestfit TV 12.30 Fishing Saskatchewan 1.00 AK Soufflé

BBC1

6.00am Breakfast 9.00 The Andrew Marr Show 10.00 The Big Questions 11.00 Sunday Politics 12.15pm Bargain Hunt 1.00 BBC News 1.15 Flog It! 2.15 Countryfile Spring Diaries 3.00 Escape To The Country 4.00 Songs Of Praise 4.35 Shop Well For Less?

6.35 BBC News The latest national and international news stories from the BBC News team. 6.50 South East Today The latest news, sport, weather and features from the South East of England. 7.00 Countryfile The people and the stories at the heart of the British countryside. 8.00 Antiques Roadshow Burton Constable. Fiona Bruce and the Antiques Roadshow team head to Burton Constable Hall near Hull, a property filled with family legends and treasures, including a remarkable cabinet of curiosities. 9.00 Line Of Duty Police drama series. 10.00 BBC News The latest national and international news, with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide. 10.20 South East Today The latest news, sport, weather and features from the South East of England. 10.30 FILM: Iron Man 3 (2013) Robert Downey Jr returns as super industrialist Tony Stark and heavy metal crimefighter Iron Man - for a third time in the superhero series. Still tormented by his brush with death after aliens attacked New York City, Tony Stark has fallen far from the heroic Iron Man figure the public know and love. 12.30am The Celebrity Apprentice USA 12.50 Weather For The Week Ahead 12.55 BBC News

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MONDAY 27 Homeland Channel 4, 9pm Can you believe we’re already on season six? It was only yesterday a red-headed chap was strapping Semtex to his chest and saying goodbye to his grown up daughter. Somehow the world has not become any safer since then. Who’d’a thunk it? Maybe a little safer... Carrie catches a break this week and Keane makes a plan.

Question Time: Britain After Brexit BBC1, 8.30pm After this weekend’s scheduled demonstration against the UK leaving the European Union, with the government triggering Article 50, with the context of everything else going on in the world – it’s a good thing David Dimbleby is here to ask the questions we all need spoken.

Amazing Hotels: Life Beyond The Lobby BBC2, 9pm Giles Coren and Monica Galetti galavant around the world, eyes a-popping at some of the most extravagant and incredible hotels – and then have a peek behind the scenes to explain how tens of thousands of towels are laundered every day. Want.

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6.00am The A To Z Of TV Gardening 6.45 An Island Parish 7.15 Around The World In 80 Gardens 8.15 Gardeners' World 8.45 Countryfile 9.45 Saturday Kitchen Best Bites 11.15 Nigel Slater: Eating Together 11.45 Simply Nigella 12.15pm FILM: The Importance Of Being Earnest (1952) 1.45 Holiday Of My Lifetime With Len Goodman 2.15 Money For Nothing 3.00 The House That £100k Built 4.00 Back To The Land With Kate Humble 5.00 Athletics: World Cross Country Championships 6.00 Inside The Factory Bicycles. Documentary series. Gregg Wallace explores the largest bicycle factory in Britain, which produces 150 folding bicycles every 24 hours, and joins a multi-stage manual production line to make his very own bike. 7.00 Robot Wars See highlights. 8.00 Top Gear New season of the popular car magazine with Chris Evans, Matt LeBlanc and the Stig. 9.00 Turkey With Simon Reeve 10.00 FILM: Cold In July (2014)Starring Michael C Hall, Sam Shepard, Don Johnson, Vinessa Shaw. Twisting pulp thriller. When family man Richard Dane kills an intruder identified as Freddy Russell, he soon finds himself fearing for his family's safety when the man's ex-con father Ben targets him for revenge. But the men are thrown together under rather different circumstances, when Richard discovers that the man he shot may not have been Freddy after all. Suspecting a police cover-up, the pair seek to find out who Richard actually killed and what has really happened to Ben's son. 11.45 Live At The Apollo The famously quick-witted Dara O Briain introduces two of comedy's biggest stars - razor-sharp comic Zoe Lyons and the talented Paul Chowdhry. 12.15am FILM: Night Train To Lisbon (2013) 2.00 Question Time 3.00 Holby City

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Channel 4

6.00am TBA 6.15 The King Of Queens 6.40 Mountain Biking: The Pioneer 7.35 Everybody Loves Raymond 8.00 Everybody Loves Raymond 8.30 Frasier 9.00 Frasier 9.30 Sunday Brunch 12.30pm The Simpsons 1.00 The Simpsons 1.30 The Simpsons 2.00 Formula 1 4.40 Location, Location, Location 5.45 George Clarke's Old House, New Home

6.00am A Tale of Five Cities (1951) 7.45 The Detectives 8.45 End of the Line (1957) 10.05 Glimpses 10.20 The Galloping Major (1951) 12.00pm The Red House (1947) 1.40 Glimpses 2.00 The Princess & The Pirate (1944) 3.50 Glimpses 4.00 Our Girl Friday (1953) 5.30 June Allyson

7.30 You've Been Framed! Harry Hill narrates another selection of hilarious camcorder calamities and mobile phone mishaps. 8.00 Vera Dark Angel. Detective drama series based on the novels by Ann Cleeves. When the body of a drug addict is found face down in a river, DCI Vera Stanhope is forced to delve back into a case from the past in order to unmask the killer. 10.00 ITV News & Weather The latest headlines from around the world. Followed by national and local weather forecasts. 10.15 World Cup Qualifier Highlights Jacqui Oatley is joined by Paul Ince and Ally McCoist for a full round up of the weekend's World Cup qualifiers as England take on Lithuania at Wembley, looking to cement their position at the top of Group F. Elsewhere in the group, Scotland need to bounce back from defeat against England in November as they entertain Slovenia in Glasgow. Also highlights of Northern Ireland's Group C game against Norway. 11.30 The Nightly Show Best Bits Compilation of highlights from last week's shows presented by Dermot O'Leary. 12.00am Rugby: Aviva Premiership Highlights 12.55 Jackpot247 3.00 The Cube 3.50 ITV Nightscreen 5.05 The Jeremy Kyle Show

6.40 Channel 4 News Including sport and weather. 7.00 Our Guy In China Guy Martin reveals the unseen side of China's technological and manufacturing achievements. In this episode Guy explores Beijing, ignoring the tourist traps and following his own often eccentric passions. 8.00 Rivers With Jeremy Paxman Devoted fisherman Jeremy Paxman travels along four of the great rivers of Britain meeting the people who make the rivers what they are, unearthing their history and traditions and exploring their wildlife. Jeremy travels from the Thames's elusive source in Gloucestershire to its bleak but epic end in the Kent and Essex marshes. 9.00 Homeland See highlights. 10.00 Gogglebox Comedy TV review series in which viewers share commentaries from the comfort of their sofas. 11.00 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown Jimmy Carr hosts a comedy version of the quiz show. Claudia Winkleman and Johnny Vegas face Jon Richardson and Reginald D Hunter while Sara Pascoe is in Dictionary Corner. 12.00am FILM: Seven Psychopaths (2012) 1.55 The Last Leg 2.50 Great British Buildings: Restoration Of The Year 3.50 Building The Dream 4.45 TBA 5.05 Fifteen To One

6.00 Latest News The latest news where we are, the latest sports news, plus national and international updates. 6.30 The Vote 7.00 The Non-League Football Show All the latest non-league football news and action from around the region. 8.00 Latest News 8.30 Brighton Lights Joe Fuller presents a roundup of the week's must-see events in Brighton, Hove and beyond. 9.00 Tales From The Margins Umunthu. 2013. Directed by Mwiza Nyirenda. A first-person documentary on homosexuality in Malawi that investigates the complexities of tolerance, acceptance & culture in relationship to LGBTIQ rights. 10.00 FILM: The Beachcomber (1954) Comedy-drama. Directed by Muriel Box and starring Glynis Johns, Robert Newton and Donald Sinden. Drunken womaniser, Ted, is sent to a tropical island by his family where he meets new friends. 11.40 Glimpses 12.00am Noise Reel 12.30 Brighton Album Chart Show 1.00 Tales From The Margins 2.00 Latest News 2.30 The Non-League Football Show 3.30 Brighton Lights 4.00 Noise Reel 4.30 Brighton Album Chart Show 5.00 The Vote 5.30 The Vote

6.00 – 7.30am Children’s television 7.30 Scrambled! 7.35 Mr Bean 7.50 Ultimate Spider-Man: Web Warriors 8.20 Horrid Henry 8.45 Teen Titans Go! 9.05 Adventure Time 9.25 ITV News 9.30 Countrywise: Guide To Britain 10.00 Peston On Sunday 11.00 Wild Australia With Ray Mears 11.25 All Star Family Fortunes 12.10pm ITV News & Weather 12.15 The Voice UK 2.05 FILM: Dr No (1962) 4.15 ITV News & Weather 4.30 World Cup Qualifier Live: England V Lithuania

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BBC2

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6.00 BBC News At Six The latest national and international news stories from the BBC News team, followed by weather. 6.30 South East Today The latest news, sport, weather and features from the South East of England. 7.00 The One Show If it's got Britain talking then it will get talked about on The One Show. Presented by Matt Baker and Michelle Ackerley. 7.30 Inside Out The police fighting criminal gangs from London who are targeting the south east. The campaign to save the Goodwin Sands from dredging. And the illicit trade in counterfeit tobacco. 8.00 EastEnders Another visit to the residents of Albert Square. 8.30 Question Time: Britain After Brexit See highlights. 10.00 BBC News At Ten The latest national and international news, with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide. 10.30 South East Today The latest news, sport, weather and features from the South East of England. 10.45 All Round To Mrs Brown's 11.45 Have I Got A Bit More Old News For You Classic news quiz with team captains Paul Merton and Ian Hislop. 12.30am Weather For The Week Ahead 12.35 BBC News

6.00 Eggheads Jeremy Vine hosts the quiz show. 6.30 The Repair Shop 7.00 Top Gear New season of the popular car magazine with Chris Evans, Matt LeBlanc and the Stig. 8.00 University Challenge It is the first of the semis and one team find out if they have made it to the grand final of the quiz for students. Jeremy Paxman asks the questions. 8.30 Mary Berry Everyday Mary shares some inspirational ideas to make everyday family meals exciting with fabulous no fuss dishes. She tries her hand at milking a goat and shows her granddaughter how to make her own goat's cheese for a family picnic. 9.00 Amazing Hotels: Life Beyond The Lobby See highlights. 10.00 Cradle To Grave Sitcom based on a book by Danny Baker. Double lives are being led by father and son as Spud embarks on his first day on the straight and narrow as a commissionaire and Danny poses as David Essex's brother. 10.30 Newsnight In-depth investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day's headlines. 11.15 Imagine... A Picture Of The Painter Howard Hodgkin Alan Yentob presents a profile of painter Howard Hodgkin. 12.10am Incredible Medicine: Dr Weston's Casebook 1.10 Countryfile 2.05 Shop Well For Less 3.05 The Great Pottery Throw Down

6.00 ITV News Meridian All the latest news, sport and breaking stories from across the region. 6.30 ITV Evening News 7.00 Emmerdale Bob receives devastating news. Laurel struggles to forgive. Harriet is conflicted. 7.30 Coronation Street Peter's world crumbles around him. Daniel is devastated by Sinead's news. Are Amy's nerves just performance anxiety? 8.00 The Kyle Files Britain's Homeless. 8.30 Coronation Street Will Ken push Peter off the wagon? Amy goes on a secret mission. Sinead insists Daniel should seize his opportunity. 9.00 Broadchurch The Bafta award-winning drama series set in a Dorset seaside resort continues. New information forces Hardy and Ellie to re-evaluate the case. 10.00 The Nightly Show With Gordon Ramsay Renowned chef Gordon Ramsay is in the hot seat for the fifth week of the show which promises a high-tempo mixture of topical monologue, studio games, celebrity guests and stand up. 10.30 ITV News 11.00 ITV News Meridian 11.15 Peston On Sunday 12.15am The Nightly Show With Gordon Ramsay 12.40 Jackpot247 3.00 The Jeremy Kyle Show 3.50 ITV Nightscreen 5.05 The Jeremy Kyle Show

6.00am Breakfast 9.15 Holding Back The Years 10.00 Homes Under The Hammer 11.00 Fugitives 11.45 Fake Britain 12.15pm Bargain Hunt 1.00 BBC News At One 1.30 South East Today 1.45 Doctors 2.15 The Code 3.00 Escape To The Country 3.45 Money For Nothing 4.30 Flog It! 5.15 Pointless

6.30am Fugitives 7.15 Money For Nothing 8.00 The Great Interior Design Challenge 9.00 Victoria Derbyshire 11.00 BBC Newsroom Live 12.00pm Daily Politics 1.00 Two Tribes 1.30 Building Dream Homes 2.00 The TV That Made Me 2.45 Who Do You Think You Are? 3.45 More Creatures Great And Small 4.15 Life Story 5.15 Antiques Road

6.00am Good Morning Britain 8.30 Lorraine 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show 10.30 This Morning 12.30pm Loose Women 1.30 ITV Lunchtime News 1.55 ITV News Meridian 2.00 Judge Rinder 3.00 Chopping Block 4.00 Tipping Point 5.00 The Chase

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6.00am Countdown 6.45 The King Of Queens 7.10 The King Of Queens 7.35 The King Of Queens 8.00 Everybody Loves Raymond 8.35 Everybody Loves Raymond 9.05 Frasier 9.35 Frasier 10.05 Undercover Boss USA 11.00 Ramsays Kitchen Nightmares USA 12.00pm Channel 4 News Summary 12.05 Vet On The Hill 1.05 Posh Pawn 2.10 Countdown 3.00 Fifteen To One 4.00 Sun, Sea And Selling Houses 5.00 Couples Come Dine With Me 6.00 The Simpsons The Wizard of Evergreen Terrace. Homer experiences a midlife crisis and is inspired to become an inventor. Featuring the guest voice of William Daniels. 6.30 Hollyoaks Teen drama. It's Amy and Ryan's wedding, but Ryan has also got their potential move to America playing on his mind - could this effect the big day? 7.00 Channel 4 News Including sport and weather. 8.00 Dispatches Behindthe-scenes investigation into a story yet to hit the headlines. 8.30 Travel Man Travel series. 9.00 24 Hours In A&E Documentary series following patients at St George's Hospital in south west London. This episode focuses on the highs and lows of relationships and the power of family ties to endure against the odds. 10.00 How'd You Get So Rich? Reality show in which comedian Katherine Ryan meets self-made millionaires and billionaires. 10.50 Tattoo Fixers Reality series in which tattoo artists join forces to fix the UK's shocking tattoo catastrophes. 11.50 Three Wives, One Husband Series looking at Mormon families in Utah. 12.50am Gap Year 1.40 Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares USA 2.30 TBA 3.30 TBA 4.10 Building The Dream 5.05 Phil Spencer: Secret Agent Victoria Nangle

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