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BRIGHTON FREE | 9 – 15 January 2018 | Issue 861

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FATBOY SLIM Live extended set at The Arch THE MAGIC FLUTE Mozart’s magic comes to The Hawth

KING COLE

Christmas Strictly Come Dancing winner Brendan Cole brings his dancing spectacular to Brighton Page 5


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from the

Tom Gabb

@latestvicky

EDITOR

COCKTALES

Lighting the way

Aperitifs and Digestifs

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n the way to work this morning I heard that this year marks the 150th birthday of the traffic light. Apparently it arrived outside the Houses Of Parliament in response to a number of pedestrian accidents involving horses and carts. That’ll date it for you. The coloured lights were gas­fuelled and ran in the evenings operated by a policeman. Operated, that is, until a gas leak blew up said policeman (he survived, don’t worry) and the bright idea of changing colours to direct the traffic was put in hold for a bit. I’d just like that to sink in – traffic lights were put on hold. An international road aid, a contraption that stops accidents on a global scale and is a part of the modern landscape started with a bang and a massive fail. Just bear that in mind, as we find ourselves in the middle of January and the first wave of good intentions and resolutions may have lost their new shininess. Just because something might not start so well, it doesn’t mean it’s time to give up. It’s all a matter of perspective. Last year I pretty much stopped drinking alcohol – I just didn’t feel like it most of the time. Which is fine and dandy on my bank balance and liver, but towards the end of the year I realised I’d got out of the habit of simply ‘hanging out’ in a large group with my pub visits in decline. My social life had morphed into one­on­one outings to see shows or films together, having a friend of two round for dinner, and deeply connecting conversations on the beach with a walk. I’ve forgotten how to ‘hang out’! Well, maybe not forgotten, but definitely gotten a bit rusty. And so my resolution is to reconnect to the chilled and frivolous ‘hang out’. This is my traffic light idea, a return that’s new and improved.

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ike many of you I have spent the last couple of weeks putting my body through the gastronomical assault course that is Christmas. The haze of sherry may now have been lifted, but I have been left thinking that the best drinks for this digestively challenging season are Aperitifs and Digestifs. They are somewhat mandatory in my household thanks to my Italian heritage, but I do wonder how much people know about the most important drinks of the day, and how useful they are. To be very basic about it, Aperitifs are the drinks that are imbibed before a meal to make you hungry and digestifs are what is drank after a meal to help ease the pain of a second helping. Though effective aperitifs range from sherry to anise flavoured spirits, I would say that they must always be dry and preferably bitter. Aperitif is a French word derived from the Latin verb aperire, which means “to open” and as disgusting as it sounds, they open your appetite. When I say this, I mean that a drink like this allows you to digest more effectively. This is because in nature most poisons have a dry and bitter flavour, so upon tasting something sufficiently bitter your stomach naturally defends itself by producing more stomach acid. Digestives on the other hand are a little simpler. Mostly they are sweet and can be very alcoholic, this is because sugar or hard spirit tend to slake hunger and notify your body to put the spoon down. This functional approach to drinking is so helpful in fact that it is mentioned in writing as early as 450 AD. If you want a personal selection I would say, for an aperitif I’m quite partial to Campari’s French counterpart Suze. For a digestif I am very partial to Grappa, an Italian brandy made from grape pomace, but be warned it is not for the faint­hearted. More than all the practical applications of these libations though, the best thing is that it encourages togetherness, lets you linger a little longer at the table and encourages a lot more laughter.

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BRENDAN COLE After a Christmas of Strictly Come Dancing highs and lows, treat your withdrawal with dancer Brendan Cole’s spectacular production All Night Long. Brendan took time out from Christmas Strictly rehearsals to speak with Victoria Nangle about it. Hi Brendan, how are you doing today? Busy. Filming the Christmas Special… it’s going to be a long one.

The choreography is always impressive. How far in advance do you choreograph dances for the show, and how much do you need to change and tailor them to the abilities of the partner you're given? I do them on Monday mornings on the way to rehearsal. They get tweaked throughout the first few days but not too much. Most of the time I get it right.

Are you looking forward to your tour? I cannot wait, although there is a lot to be done before then. We have a ball on tour. Always very sad when it’s over. 21 musicians and dancers on the road for three months. What could be better?

Close relationships between the dancers and celebrities don't seem to help but develop over the run. Do you stay in touch at all after the show has ended though? It must be a wrench. Any surprise long­lasting pals? I have developed some great friendships over the years. I would say I’m still good friends with half of them. The others… not so much lol.

It sounds an incredible feat, with so many dancers and musicians, all directed by you. What do you most enjoy getting involved with? Every task is tricky and very involved. The overall satisfaction when you see the whole thing come together is incredible. Ultimately being on stage and performing is the best but it is the icing on a very tricky cake. The show also includes a guitar spot from you. How long have been playing the guitar, and how did that passion develop? I love a challenge and I love live music. I am in awe of my band and the talent that they have. It’s a lovely opportunity to play one song with them. The song is an Ed Sheeran song and who wouldn’t want to feel like Ed Sheeran for a few minutes? What is your favourite dance number in the show? It’s the Waltz. It’s a very powerful piece of theatre with loads of emotion. It’s a Michael Bublé song that tells the story of an affair. It’s sad but beautiful. When Strictly is on the television, is there a first bad habit you always have to address with your celebrity

partners (i.e. core work, hip movement) or do they each surprise you with something new? Every person is different and they all learn in different ways. The hardest thing is the

You were beautifully fierce defending Charlotte's dancing to the judges this year. How difficult is it to stay quiet when the judges 'perform' with their comments?

“ I believe in saying what I believe

in rather than kicking off behind closed doors ” mental strength and emotional support that they need during the show. It’s a massive ask for all involved.

Thank you. Clearly I find it very difficult – lol. I believe in saying what I believe in rather than kicking off behind closed doors.

Choreographing seems so nuanced, sometimes incorporating drama, other times comedy, taking an audience on a roller coaster of emotions and communicating straight to the heart without words. How do you learn to conduct and create such a wide breadth of performance? It’s tricky but like anything, it takes a lifetime to understand how to do something well. I’m still learning. I think this is what makes Strictly so special. People see so many different emotions, all on screen for all to see. It’s brilliant. Which ballroom step should everyone learn to dance in their life? Not sure. Anything that makes you excited. Brendan Cole: All Night Long, Brighton Dome, Sunday 18 February 2018, 7.30pm, £41/31 brightondome.org


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ANDREW KAY Dines Out Chard

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elcome to 2018 and what promises to be yet another year of gastronomic delights. 2017 certainly hit a new high that saw multiple awards and accolades for the city, not only for the finer end of the business but also for the fast and furious where some new kids on the block really made their mark. At the end of the year I was delighted to be invited to dine at a new venture, in a way a pop­up but a pop­up with more than a fleeting existence. I have been wary of reviewing pop­ups that will have popped off by the time that the magazine is out, and that I know can be very frustrating. So when I heard of Chard at Rust I was delighted that it was a restaurant that popped up regularly in a very strikingly stylish cafe on the road to Preston Park. Now I know that here in Brighton & Hove we can be rather lazy about travelling to restaurants that are outside the city centre, but really? Get real, this is no distance and it really is worth the effort.

“ Turbot is a pricey delight that

deserves all of the praise it receives ”

The venue has that trendy post apocalyptic look, so very Hoxton, but actually rather warm and welcoming (and much closer). The first good sign was a huge jug of water, filled with fresh fruits that looked very pretty and negated the need to ask if we wanted ecologically unsound bottled water. We both liked that. Then came a delicious squash purée with incredibly good homemade flat breads, just a teaser for what was to come and a very good teaser too. The addition of parmesan shavings, walnuts and pumpkin crisps made it far better than your average starter, that is for sure.

My date for the night was Ms G de V, a hard and fast vegetarian so she was thrilled and she was equally impressed by her starter of a goat curd with cranberries, hazelnuts and watercress. It was a regal looking dish, bejewelled and generous, a fact that turned out to be a key factor in all of our dishes. My starter of scallops with black pudding and cauliflower purée was equally impressive in both execution and scale. I liked the generosity of a classic that is so often served in parsimonious portions that ultimately disappoint – no matter how well they are cooked. Ms G de V moved on to an amazing gnocchi dish that once again had me looking on with envy. This is well thought out food, pleasingly rustic in its appearance and a joy to eat as was proved by Ms G de V who wolfed down the lot with gusto. I chose from a small selection of specials on the wall and could not resist the temptations of turbot. Turbot is a pricey delight that deserves all of the praise it receives, it truly is the king of the sea and this was a mighty tranche of the beautiful beast. It came with a good celeriac purée and the most divine confit leeks and greens. It was stunning, only let down by not being as tidily trimmed as I would have liked, clearly a chef who hates waste, but that skirt of fine bones really does need to go into a fish stockpot. It’s a tiny quibble though as this was a first class dish that I would certainly order again and again. We should have been too full for pud as all of our dishes were generous in size, but this is a job that has to be done. Ms G de V chose a classic ginger pudding with poached pear and clotted cream. It was very good indeed judging by the speed at which it disappeared. I went for a pavlova in the silly belief that it was the lighter choice. Of course it was far from light, it was a stunning explosion of meringue, fresh fruits and cream that looked as good as it tasted. The wine list is small but well formed and not overpriced and all in all Chard is a very welcome addition to our brilliant restaurant scene. Chard, 50 Preston Road, Brighton, BN1 4QF 01273 027147 chard.business.site


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Chaula’s, Lewes

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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 at The Restaurant at Drakes has again won them the top score in Brighton in The Good Food Guide ‘18. Known for their imaginative, well executed dishes and created by an established team ensures every dining experience at Drakes is a memorable one. The Private Dining Room adds intimacy and an extra special touch to any occasion and includes the service of a dedicated waiter. Dine for Less in January NEW! Set 3 course Dinner Menu ­ just £34 To redeem, quote “The Latest” (available Sun to Thurs)

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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

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STAGE Our Lady of Sligo

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he great canon of Irish drama seems to be without end, from Oscar Wild and George Bernard Shaw to the present day where plays like Stones In Their Pockets takes the West End and Broadway by storm and Jen Butterworth’s The Ferryman becomes the fastest selling ticket ever for London’s Royal Court theatre. There is little doubt that Irish life offers a fascinating view not only of a nation but of the human psyche. Now New Venture Theatre is embracing yet another acclaimed Irish writer. Sebastian Barry is a playwright, novelist and poet and is considered one of Ireland's finest. His literary career began in poetry before he began writing plays and novels. He has twice been shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize for his novels A Long Long Way (2005) and The Secret Scripture (2008), the latter of which won the 2008 Costa Book of the Year and the James Tait Black Memorial Prize. His 2011 novel On Canaan's Side was longlisted

for the Booker. In January 2017, Barry was awarded the Costa Book of the Year prize for Days Without End, hence becoming the first novelist to win the prestigious prize twice.

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the central figure of Mai as like a modern­day Lear ” Mark Wilson has directed a number of plays at NVT including The Crucible, A View From the Bridge and Macbeth. He is also a writer, his play You winning the Brighton Festival Award For Theatre and the Fringe Review Outstanding Theatre Award in 2015. The play was published by Samuel French earlier this year. “Sligo has been a play I’ve wanted to direct for some time now for the richness of its characters and the lyricism of their language. I’ve come to

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see the central figure of Mai as like a modern­day Lear, raging ‘against the dying of the light’. So it would be worth it just for her story and the way she tells it. However, so strong is the writing that each of the characters becomes the teller of their own story in a way that will lead the audience to be touched by all of the lives they see unfold before them. By staging the production in ‘the round’ it is our intention to enhance that sense of intimacy for the audience. “From her room in a Dublin cancer ward, Mai looks back across her tempestuous life ­ her disastrous marriage, the loss of her child, the alcoholism and the hoped­for Ireland that lost its way in all the politics of division. She does so, however, without the least self­pity but rather with a savage quick humour, sparing no­one but the idolised Dada and the motherly Maria, both long­dead, whom she conjures from within her morphine­ troubled mind. “The setting of a cancer ward with its sole occupant facing her final days might suggest an evening of bleakness and depression; far from it. What has already become clear over the course of our first rehearsals is the play’s rich and under­stated humour. Its emotional range is as wide and as deep as ‘the dark waters of the Irish story’. Its power is at once both gentle and compelling.” New Venture Theatre Our Lady of Sligo 6 – 24 February 2018. Evening performances: 7.45pm. Matinee: Sunday 18 February at 2.30pm www.ticketsource.co.uk/newventure theatre Box Office 01273 746118

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nce upon a time Cinderella, Prince Charming, a northern Fairy Godmother, The Ugly Sisters, Jack and the Beanstalk, Jack's cow, Rumpelstiltskin and a whole host of other characters performed a play. Three actors majestically performed these numerous roles. The running joke was that they forgot to hire a bigger cast. Tom Gordon was hilarious as he switched between being the Wicked Stepsisters and Prince Charming. The show was ridiculously funny and well acted. There were lots of boos, oohs and he’s behind you’s. Young and old were fully on board ­ dancing, singing silly songs and then initiating a happy ending when the cast of three received a standing ovation. The Old Market, 14 December 2017 ★★★★★ Abby Kwantes

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B R I G H TO N L I G H T S W H AT TO D O I N T H E C I T Y

MUSIC, ENTERTAINMENT & COMEDY WITH VICTORIA NANGLE

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Fatboy Slim is back under .the city streets at his home town club The Arch for a very special 3­hour extended set In The Round. In The Round is an immersive experience for both DJ and raver where the DJ booth is brought into the centre of the dancefloor for a 360 degree experience. Tickets are sold out but pop your name on the waiting list and cross your fingers. The Arch, Saturday 13 January, 10pm, SOLD OUT

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The seventh album by The .Cribs is a bit of a paradox. It’s the quickest thing they’ve ever recorded, done and dusted in five days compared to a relatively leisurely seven for 2004’s self­titled debut, yet it’s also been six years in the making. It’s a release that’s going to surprise fans and it’s called 24­7 Rock Star Shit. Catch them live at this intimate gig.

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Start the year with a double headliner .show, sporting two uncompromising and respected comedians. Dave Fulton is the tough talking and risk­taking American outsider, whilst Andrew Lawrence has courted controversy in recent years with his dark mischievous humour. Lawrence will be familiar to BBC Radio 4 listeners of his show, and recent sitcom – There Is No Escape. Add to these mighty voices two up and coming comics, plus the skills of MC Dave Mounfield. The Con Club, Lewes, Thursday 11 January 2018, 8pm, £10/12/8

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A peculiar evening of comedy formatted as .a local community event under the title Community Matters. Hosted by Dave Edwards and Andy Bridge, and offering a space for new material and other community related fun – which include such treats as ‘Truth Darts’ and ‘Torch Quest’. Regular speakers include such comedy luminaries as Louise Reay and Phil Jerrod, piquing interest and making this just the kind of thing to answer that ‘do something new’ resolution.

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Concorde 2, Saturday 13 January, 7pm, £20

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This new English version .re­invents The Magic Flute in fabulous new robes for the era of Trump and recessions, casting rays of light and love into the darkness through Glyn Maxwell’s mischievous poetry, Alex Beetschen’s lively orchestration and Valentina Ceschi’s theatrical creativity. The Hawth, Saturday 13 January, 7.30pm, £25

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Indulge in a spot of vinyl­ .diving with this chance to browse through thousands of great bargain records, and even a few collectors’ items. Specialists sellers at the Record Fair deal in reggae, rock, punk, soul, jazz and blues. The whole event is in aid of Marlets Hospice. Komedia, Sun 14 Jan, 10–4pm, free entry

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MOVIES ON LATEST TV All day & late night

Tuesday 9 January

Friday 12 January

6.00am There Was A Young Lady 1953. Comedy. Director: Lawrence Huntington. Stars Michael Denison, Dulcie Gray & Sydney Tafler. A diamond merchants' secretary gets fired by her new boss for being too efficient.

6.00am Men Against the Sun 1952. Adventure. Stars John Bentley, Zena Marshall & Liam O'Leary. An engineer undertakes to oversee the building of a railway from Mombasa to Uganda. A Kenya- Britain coproduction, the first in fact.

8.15 There is Another Sun 1951. Laurence Harvey is 'Mag Maguire' a likeable fairground boxer and Maxwell Reed, 'Eddie Racer' a motorbike daredevil rider. The mutual love interest is the lovely Susan Shaw.

7.40 Buffalo Bill 1944. Western. Director: William A Wellman. Stars Joel McCrea, Maureen O'Hara, Anthony Quinn & Linda Darnell. The story of William 'Buffalo Bill' Cody, legendary westerner.

11.10 Gaolbreak 1962. Directed by Francis Searle and starring Peter Reynolds, Avice Landon and David Kernan. A mother and her two sons run a newsagents as a front for their criminal activity. 12.25pm Unpublished Story 1942. War. Director: Harold French. Stars Richard Greene, Valerie Hobson & Basil Radford. A war correspondent during WW2 returns to London and becomes suspicious of a peace organisation. FILM OF THE DAY 2.05 Blanche Fury 1958. Crime. Director: Marc Allegret. Stars Valerie Hobson, Stewart Granger & Michael Gough. Penniless governess Blanche Fullerton takes a job at the estate of her rich relations, the Fury family. 4.05 Here Come The Huggetts 1948. Comedy. Director Ken Annakin. Stars Jack Warner, Kathleen Harrison, Petula Clark. The Huggetts have a telephone installed, along with a niece who causes disruption when she turns up. 10.00 Damnation Alley 1977. Sci-Fi. Director Jack Smight. Stars Jan-Michael Vincent, George Peppard and Dominique Sanda. A group who survived World War 3 attempt to drive across the wasteland hoping to find survivors.

Wednesday 10 January 6.00am Recoil 1953. Directed by John Gilling. Filmed at Alliance Studios, Twickenham. Stars Elizabeth Sellars, Kieron Moore. A jeweller's daughter seeks revenge on a gang that robbed and killed her father.

9.30 The Hi-jackers 1963. Drama. Directed by Jim O'Connolly. Starring Anthony Booth & Jacqueline Ellis. A lorry driver meets Shirley at a cafe and offers her a lift. His truck carrying valuable whiskey is later hijacked. 11.50 Landfall 1949. War. Stars Michael Denison, Patricia Plunkett & Kathleen Harrison. At Coastal Command in Southern England, an RAF pilot is suspended after possibly sinking a British sub. 1.35pm King Solomon's Mines 1937. Adventure. Stars Paul Robeson, Cedric Hardwicke & Anna Lee. Kathy's father is intrigued by the stories about Solomon's diamond mines. So he steals away in the night. 4.15 Tawny Pipit 1944. Drama. Directed by Bernard Miles and Charles Saunders. Starring Bernard Miles, Rosamund John and Niall MacGinnis. A village bands together to save its wildlife from road development. 9.30 The Cassandra Crossing FILM OF THE DAY 1976. Drama. Director: George P Cosmatos. Stars Sophia Loren, Richard Harris, Ava Gardner, Burt Lancaster & Martin Sheen. Passengers of a European train can't escape after a deadly virus is planted.

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Sunday 14 January 6.00am London Entertains 1951. Musical Comedy. Director E J Fancey. Starring Eamonn Andrews and the Goons. A Tour conducted by Eamonn Andrews around the Battersea Festival to a BBC Studio to hear The Goons of radio fame. 7.00 King Solomon's Mines FILM OF THE DAY 1937. Adventure. Stars Paul Robeson, Cedric Hardwicke & Anna Lee. Kathy's father is intrigued by the stories about Solomon's diamond mines. So he steals away in the night. 8.45 Blackout 1950. Crime Noir with Maxwell Reed and Dinah Sheridan. An ambulance drops a blind patient to the wrong address, where he stumbles over a dead body.

8.15 Tiger By The Tail 1955. Drama. Directed by John Gilling. John Desmond, (Larry Parks) meets a mysterious woman (Lisa Daniely) who turns out to be part of a counterfeit ring and Desmond is caught up in the whole affair.

10.10 A Cry From The Streets 1958. Drama starring Max Bygraves, Barbara Murray and Colin Petersen. A welfare worker becomes emotionally involved with a group of homeless children. Music by Larry Adler.

9.55 Angel Who Pawned Her Harp 1954. Drama starring Felix Aylmer, Diane Cilento and Jerry Desmond. A beautiful angel is sent to The Angel, London, to help people with problems, but she has no money to support herself. 12.30pm They Can't Hang Me 1955. Drama. Director: Val Guest. Stars Terence Morgan, Yolande Donlan & Anthony Oliver. A senior civil servant is condemned to hang for murder but he claims to have top secret security information.

12.20pm The Black Tent 1956. Romance. Directed by Brian Desmond Hurst. Starring Donald Sinden, Anna-Maria Sandri and Donald Pleasence. After the war, a young man sets out in search of his missing older brother.

FILM OF THE DAY 2.05 The Stranger 1946. Drama nominated for an Oscar. Directed by Orson Welles. A war crimes investigator is on the trail of an infamous Nazi. Stars Orson Welles, Edward G. Robinson & Loretta Young.

2.10 Blanche Fury 1958. Crime. Director: Marc Allegret. Stars Valerie Hobson, Stewart Granger & Michael Gough. Penniless governess Blanche Fullerton takes a job at the estate of her rich relations, the Fury family.

4.00 Freedom Radio 1940. War. Director: Anthony Asquith. Stars Clive Brook, Diana Wynyard & Raymond Huntley. A German doctor, disillusioned with Nazi propaganda, creates a secret radio-feed condemning the movement. 10.00 Sea Fury 1958. Drama. Stars Stanley Baker, Victor McLaglen, Robert Shaw & Roger Delgado. Two tug-boat captains must salvage a sinking freighter carrying explosives and tow it to port.

Thursday 11 January 6.00am Tread Softly 1952. Crime. Stars Frances Day, Patricia Dainton & John Bentley. The star of a London Musical walks out before curtain up, but the show must go on, in a 'Haunted Theatre'. 8.00 I'll Get You For This 1951. Drama. Director Joseph M. Newman. Stars George Raft, Coleen Gray & Enzo Staiola. A gambler discovers he has been framed for the murder of a Treasury Agent and goes on a journey to clear his name. 9.40 Child in the House 1956. Drama. Director: Cy Endfield. Stars Phyllis Calvert, Eric Portman & Stanley Baker. A young girl is left with her relatives while her mother is in hospital. Her father, a crook, pays her a visit. 12.20pm Dry Rot FILM OF THE DAY 1956. Comedy. Director: Maurice Elvey. Stars Ronald Shiner, Brian Rix, Peggy Mount & Sid James. Three bookies attempt to recoup their losses by attempting to rig a horse race. 2.00 Floodtide 1949. Drama. Directed by Frederick Wilson. Starring Gordon Jackson, Rona Anderson, John Laurie and Elizabeth Sellars. David becomes a ship designer and falls in love with his boss's daughter. 3.50 The Young Ones 1961. Musical. Director: Sidney J. Furie. Stars Cliff Richard, Robert Morley, Carole Gray & The Shadows. Cliff and his friends raise money to buy their youth club before Cliff's dad can get it. 9.30 Truth About Women 1957. Comedy. Director: Muriel Box. Stars Laurence Harvey, Diane Cilento, Julie Harris, Eva Gabor & Mai Zetterling. A father-in-law offers reassurance by recounting some rather stick moments.

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Saturday 13 January 6.00am Tons of Trouble 1956. Comedy. Directed by Leslie S. Hiscott. Starring Richard Hearne & William Hartnell. Mr Pastry names the apartment boilers he maintains 'Mavis and Ethel'. Trouble begins when he faces the sack. 7.35 Keep It Clean 1956. Comedy. Stars Ronald Shiner, James Hayter & Joan Sims. To fund his brother-in-law's miracle cleaner, Bert tries to get a latter day Mary Whitehouse to fund the project.

4.15 Ballad In Blue 1964. Drama. Stars Ray Charles, Tom Bell, Dawn Addams & Mary Peach. During a performance for blind children, star Ray Charles befriends a young boy who has lost his sight. 10.00 The Sandwich Man 1966. Comedy. Stars Michael Bentine, Harry H Corbett & Norman Wisdom. A man with a sandwich-board goes around London meeting people from all walks of life.

Monday 15 January

9.10 Della FILM OF THE DAY 1964. Directed by Robert Gist and starring Joan Crawford. Della (Crawford), a reclusive, wealthy matriarch of Royal Bay, watches over the affluent coastal town. Possession, for her, is everything.

6.00am The Limping Man 1953. Crime. Frank (Lloyd Bridges), an American, returns to England to see his war-time sweetheart (Moira Lister) but witnesses a shooting whilst leaving the plane.

10.40 Smokescreen 1964. Drama. Directed by Jim O'Connolly. Starring Peter Vaughan, John Carson & Yvonne Romain. A blazing car goes over the cliff to the east of Brighton. Suspicions mount when no body can be found.

8.00 My Brother's Keeper 1948. Thriller. Directed by Alfred Roome and starring Jack Warner, George Cole, David Tomlinson and Bill Owen. Two convicts escape, handcuffed to each other, and things get worse when they're seen.

12.10pm Panic In The Streets 1950. Drama. Stars Richard Widmark, Jack Palance, Barbara Bel Geddes & Paul Douglas. A Doctor and Policeman have 48 hours to locate a killer infected with pneumonic plague.

10.00 Shepherd On The Rock 1993. Drama. Directed by Bob Keen. Starring Bernard Hill, John Bowles and Betsy Brantley. A sheep farmer and his family fight for their land against the persistent efforts of a land developer.

2.10 The Day Will Dawn 1942. War. Director: Harold French. Stars Deborah Kerr, Ralph Richardson & Hugh Williams. A British foreign correspondent, forced out of Norway, returns to the occupied Scandinavian country.

FILM OF THE DAY 1.15pm The First Travelling Saleslady 1956. Comedy Western. A corset store owner goes broke and becomes a traveling sales lady in Texas 1897. Starring Ginger Rogers, Barry Nelson and a young Clint Eastwood.

4.10 Floodtide 1949. Drama. Directed by Frederick Wilson. Starring Gordon Jackson, Rona Anderson, John Laurie and Elizabeth Sellars. David becomes a ship designer and falls in love with his boss's daughter.

3.15 Esther Waters 1948. Drama. Director: Ian Dalrymple & Peter Proud. Stars Dirk Bogarde, Kathleen Ryan & Cyril Cusack & Ivor Barnard. Esther goes into service in Victorian England, only to be seduced by a footman.

10.00 A Taste Of Honey 1961. Drama. Director: Tony Richardson. Stars Rita Tushingham, Dora Bryan & Murray Melvin. A teen, whose life is dominated by her alcoholic mother, seeks support after discovering she is pregnant.

9.50 The Man In The Sky 1957. Drama. Director: Charles Crichton. Starring Jack Hawkins, Elizabeth Sellars & Walter Fitzgerald. John Mitchell is on a flight fraught with disaster but Mitchell is determined to land the plane.


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TV LISTINGS Silent Witness BBC1, 9pm Part two already! Well, you can always catch part one on iPlayer ahead of this gripping conclusion. Nikki and Jack are steal reeling after their ordeal in Mexico (you remember, Nikki was kidnapped and thought she was buried alive), but there’s a new death to deal with when a body is found in a reservoir.

Inside No. 9 BBC2, 10pm More one-off dark comedies from Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith. 30 years ago northern double act Len and Tommy appeared on stage together – and then it was curtains for Cheese & Crackers. Tommy walked out on Len all those years ago... Now they’re reunited for last gig.

Tuesday 9 6.00pm Latest News 6.30 The Vote Guests from the world of politics discuss local and national issues. 7.00 Football Weekly Darren 'The Hartman' Hart looks back at the week's football with the help of his studio guests. 7.30 Football Fanatics More nostalgic football stories looking at the absolute legends of the game. 8.00 Latest News 8.30 Live From the Roadee Live music from the Roadee – a mobile recording studio. 9.00 AK Soufflé Andrew Kay introduces special guests in this LGBT-focused chat show. 9.30 Queer Say Andrew Kay's look at LGBT news and media from around the world with the help of his studio guest. 10.00 FILM: Damnation Alley (1977) Sci-Fi. Director Jack Smight. Stars Jan-Michael Vincent, George Peppard and Dominique Sanda. A group who survived World War 3 attempt to drive across the wasteland hoping to find survivors. 11.50 Guy Lloyd's 2-Minute Telly Show 11.55 Guy Lloyd's 2-Minute Telly Show 12.00am Noise Reel 12.30 Noise Floor 1.00 AK Soufflé 1.30 Queer Say

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6.00pm BBC News At Six 6.30 South East Today 7.00 The One Show 7.30 EastEnders Tiffany's back and immediately causes mischief. Masood's day goes from bad to worse. Karen tries to secure her future for the sake of her family. 8.00 Holby City Ready or Not. Sacha finds his allegiances tested as he struggles to judge whether his patient can be trusted or not. Jac is keen to prove she is back on form, but can she step up when she faces competition from a visiting surgeon? Essie finds emotional support in Meena, and impresses Gaskell with an unexpected choice. 9.00 Silent Witness See highlights. 10.00 BBC News At Ten 10.30 South East Today 10.45 Canvey: The Promised Island Europe's largest ultra-Orthodox Jewish community has lived in Stamford Hill, London, since the late 1800s. But with rents soaring, they are on the move. This film follows the Hasidic community as some of them look to relocate to Canvey Island, on the River Thames estuary. 11.25 Boots: Pharmacists Under Pressure? An Inside Out Special Marie Ashby presents an Inside Out special investigation. 11.55 Booze, Bar Crawls & Bulgaria: Stacey Dooley Investigates 12.55am Weather For The Week Ahead

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6.00pm Eggheads Jeremy Vine hosts the quiz show. 6.30 Great British Railway Journeys Pontyclun to Ebbw Vale Town. 7.00 Rick Stein's Road To Mexico Rick Stein journeys from northern California to Mexico, enjoying unique dishes and the enduring legacy of Mexico. 8.00 Inside The Factory Sauces. Documentary series. Gregg Wallace is in the Netherlands at one of the world's biggest sauce factories. 9.00 House Of Saud: A Family At War Documentary series looking at the challenges facing the new Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, 32-year-old Mohammed bin Salman, who has pledged to transform the country. The first episode examines the new leader's dramatic commitment to end extremism and to return to moderate Islam. Travelling from Eastern Europe to India, and across the bloody battlefields of Syria and Yemen, the programme traces the impact that huge amounts of Saudi cash and weapons have had around the world. 10.00 Inside No 9 See highlights. 10.30 Newsnight In-depth investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day's headlines with Evan Davis. 11.15 NFL This Week A weekly dose of American football action from the NFL. 12.05am Surgeons: At The Edge Of Life

6.00pm ITV News Meridian 6.30 ITV Evening News 7.00 Emmerdale Robert smells a rat. Someone is acting smug. Bob's attempt at romance goes awry. 7.30 Save Money: Good Food Susanna Reid and Matt Tebbutt present the series aiming to cut the amount people spend on food without sacrificing taste or quality. 8.00 The Martin Lewis Money Show Live Britain's financial hero takes a look at the potential savings that can be made on everyday bills. With the festive season leaving many people with empty bank balances, every penny counts.. 9.00 School For Stammerers A documentary following six people as they join an intensive and emotionally draining course in the hope of controlling their stammering. The group includes 21-year-old teacher Emily who believes her stammer is stopping her from getting her dream job and 53-year-old lorry driver Tony who chose the solitary profession to avoid having to interact with other people. 10.30 ITV News At Ten 11.00 ITV News Meridian 11.10 Regional News And Weather 11.15 Girlfriends Drama series about a group of three female friends who pull together to support each other after a tragedy. 12.15am Tonight At The London Palladium

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6.00pm The Simpsons 6.30 Hollyoaks Tony brings Diane to her sisters. The Maaliks and Kim finish off their family cricket game and head home, but disaster strikes when Misbah crashes her car and spins out of control. 7.00 Channel 4 News 8.00 The Secret Life Of The Zoo Documentary series following the staff and animals at Chester Zoo. 9.00 24 Hours In A&E Documentary series following patients at St George's Hospital in south-west London. This episode displays the strength of parental love. Marie, who is 31, arrives in A&E by ambulance after collapsing at home with an unexplained headache. Marie is joined by her partner Cameron and her young child. 10.00 Working Class White Men Being Somebody. Documentary series. Musician Professor Green follows six working class white men in different parts of the country to understand what life in modern Britain is like for them. He examines the challenges and barriers they face in education, work, family life and in the way the rest of society regards them. In this episode, he follows the struggles of three very different young men who are each trying to work out who they are. 11.00 Naked Attraction Dating show. 12.05am How To Lose Weight Well

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istorically in magazines this is the column where we profess to be able to help you become a new you, yes it’s “New Year, New You!” time. Of course the whole idea is based on that simple lie that by exercising more and eating less you can re­invent yourself. Of course you cannot re­invent yourself. Okay you can make yourself thinner and fitter, that is true, but a new you? A totally new you? Well no of course not, and it is a lie that is at heart almost as evil as those who propose that they can cure people of being gay.

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homosexuality is up there as one of the great global crimes ” 2017 saw some great news in the LGBT+ world, the right to marry for gay men and women in Australia for one, a fact that for many came as a shock. Who amongst us had not realised that the great liberal sun sea and surf capital of the world was so far behind? It also saw horrors too, and none more so than the evil being perpetrated in Chechnya. There men were, and probably still are, being hunted down and put into internment camps and punished for their sexuality and their families being made to make the most

hideous judgements of their children and even forced to execute them. The mind boggles at such depths of evil. Evil and vile as that is, I still think that to promise a cure for homosexuality is up there as one of the great global crimes. Aversion therapies, chemical castration, psychological conditioning are not cures, they are cruel punishments and lies, lies that may well change the way people live their lives, but they are certainly not cured. They are instilled with fears, stripped of their natural emotions either by the use of medication or by mental manipulation. So it’s 2018 and we already see that the battle may in places have been won but the war is not over, the war against homophobia and prejudice is still on and we cannot rest or be complacent. Yes, we can rejoice in our own freedoms and do so with pride and joy, but to really feel a sense of pride we need to fight for those who do not enjoy our freedoms.


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TV LISTINGS Death In Paradise Thursday, BBC1, 9pm A Caribbean island is a long way from Craggy Island, as Ardal O’Hanlon continues with his takeover of detective duties and uses considerably more smarts than he was allowed as Father Dougal. He’s going to need them to solve this murder of a highstakes poker player.

Fighting For Air BBC2, 9pm Tickly cough? It may not be just holiday flu, as Dr Xand van Tukkeken investigates how it is that air pollution in the UK has been declared a “public health emergency”. Xand stages the first ever large scale experiment to try and bring levels down.

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Wednesday 10 6.00pm Latest News 6.30 Democracy Now! Politics and discussion from the USA. 7.00 Albion Women Following the Albion Women's team throughout the 2017/18 season. 7.30 Football Heroes A chance to relive the careers of some of the biggest icons of football from the last 15 years. 8.00 Latest News 8.30 Democracy Now! Politics and discussion from the USA. 9.00 The Rosies The Rosies have a chat with Ruthanne Garrett, about spirituality and growing up in a religious family. 9.30 Queer Say Andrew Kay's look at LGBT news and media from around the world with the help of their studio guest. 10.00 FILM: Sea Fury (1958) Drama. Director: Cy Endfield. Stars Stanley Baker, Victor McLaglen, Robert Shaw & Roger Delgado. Two tug-boat captains must salvage a sinking freighter carrying explosives and tow it to port. 12.00am Adrenalize

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6.00pm BBC News At Six 6.30 South East Today 7.00 The One Show 8.00 The Truth About Looking Good Documentary. In the UK over £9 billion a year are spent on beauty products that promise to improve and transform. But how much of what these products promise is based in scientific evidence, and how much is simply marketing manipulation? Cherry Healey teams up with independent scientists to investigate. 9.00 Miriam's Big American Adventure Miriam Margolyes continues her road trip through the heartlands of middle America, heading almost a thousand miles from Chicago to New Orleans to meet the people whose voices and votes are reshaping the nation. 10.00 BBC News At Ten 10.30 South East Today 10.45 A Question Of Sport Lighthearted sports quiz. 11.15 And They're Off... For Sport Relief 12.00am Weather For The Week Ahead

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6.00pm Eggheads Quiz show. 6.30 Great British Railway Journeys Newport to Clevedon/Yatton/Bristol Channel. 7.00 Rick Stein's Road To Mexico Rick Stein continues travelling down the Californian coastline immortalised by Steinbeck. 8.00 Tom Kerridge's Lose Weight For Good Quick and Easy. Tom Kerridge comes to the rescue of a group of local dieters to help them lose weight for good. 8.30 Trust Me, I'm A Doctor Michael Mosley runs an experiment to test the claim that coconut oil can cut cholesterol. 9.00 Fighting For Air See highlights. 10.00 Mock The Week Dara O Briain and Hugh Dennis look back on another eventful week, with guests James Acaster, Ed Gamble, Rhys James, Nish Kumar and Zoe Lyons. 10.30 Newsnight 11.15 Inside The Factory Sauces. Documentary series. 12.15am DIY SOS: The Big Build

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6.00pm ITV News Meridian 6.25 Party Political Broadcast By The Conservative Party 6.30 ITV Evening News 7.00 Emmerdale Chrissie is frank with Belle. 7.30 Coronation Street Seb tries to keep out of Phelan's way. 8.00 Britain's Brightest Family Anne Hegerty hosts this brand new quiz show in which 16 brilliantly bright families attempt to win the holiday of a lifetime. 8.30 Coronation Street Seb shocks Eileen with a warning about her husband. 9.00 Girlfriends Drama series. Tensions flare at Sue's birthday party. Linda faces an accusation over Micky's death, causing Sue and Gail to take matters into their own hands. 10.00 ITV News At Ten 10.30 ITV News Meridian 10.40 Heathrow: Britain's Busiest Airport Series following Heathrow Airport's army of 76,000 staff. 11.40 Holiday Horrors: Caught On Camera 12.35am Jackpot247

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6.00pm The Simpsons 6.30 Hollyoaks Tony and Diane are caught up in the tunnel devastation with the Maaliks. Fear hits them all as Misbah has to act fast to save her children. 7.00 Channel 4 News 8.00 Kirstie And Phil's Love It Or List It Property series in which Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer go head to head to persuade owners to sell their homes or give them a makeover. This time, they meet with the Tuck family in Long Eaton, Derbyshire. Andy and Jess have grown weary of their cramped three bedroom semi. 9.00 Kiri Compelling four-part drama about a young black girl due to be adopted by a white foster family, who is abducted and the trail of lies, blame, guilt and notoriety that follows. 10.00 999: What's Your Emergency? Documentary series following police and paramedics at work in Wiltshire. 11.05 24 Hours In A&E Documentary series. 12.05am PokerStars Championship

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6.00pm And They're Off... For Sport Relief 6.40 Pointless Celebrities Academia. A special celebrity academia edition of the general knowledge quiz in which four teams try to come up with the answers that no-one else could think of. 7.25 Wedding Day Winners 8.25 Casualty Max is confronted with his estranged wife Zoe, whilst he sees in an old friend what he could have had. Jacob needs to step up after his son Blake arrives in the ED with an injury. 9.15 BBC News The latest national and international news from the BBC. 9.35 Hard Sun Hard Sun is a pre-apocalyptic crime show set in contemporary London, written by internationallyacclaimed, BAFTA and Emmy-nominated Neil Cross, creator of Luther. 10.30 Match Of The Day Gary Lineker introduces Premier League highlights, including Leicester's trip to Stamford Bridge to face Chelsea. 12.00am The NFL Show

6.00pm Latest News 6.30 The Vote The People's Republic of Brighton and Hove Takeover. An isle of sanity in a sea of blue. 7.00 TerraPura NonLeague Show All the latest non-league football news and action from the region. 8.00 Latest News 8.30 Digital Nation The best of Local TV from across the UK. 9.00 Out With Allan Jay Your weekly guide to what's on and where with a behind-thescenes look at LGBTfriendly venues in and around Brighton. 9.30 FILM: Truth About Women (1957) Comedy. Director: Muriel Box. Stars Laurence Harvey, Diane Cilento, Julie Harris, Eva Gabor & Mai Zetterling. A father-inlaw offers reassurance by recounting some rather stick moments. 11.30 DJ Box Get to know the world of DJing and dance music. 12.00am British Wrestling Weekly

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6.00pm BBC News At Six 6.30 South East Today 7.00 The One Show 7.30 EastEnders Mel Owen makes her return to Walford, but why is she back? The Ahmed family is thrown into turmoil, leaving Masood feeling guilty. 8.00 Big Cats Documentary series uncovering the secret lives of cats. In Ruaha, Tanzania, lions form huge super prides in order to hunt giants. In Sri Lanka a tiny rustyspotted cat explores his forest home - 200 times smaller than a lion, the rusty-spotted is the smallest of all cats. 9.00 Death In Paradise 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 10.45 Question Time David Dimbleby presents topical debate. 11.45 This Week Andrew Neil reviews the political week with Michael Portillo and guests. 12.30am Weather For The Week Ahead

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Saturday 13 6.00pm Latest News 6.30 DJ Box Get to know the world of DJing and dance music. 7.00 Albion Women Following the Albion Women's team throughout the 2017/18 season - including game highlights and interviews. 7.30 Football Heroes A chance to relive the careers of some of the biggest icons of football from the last 15 years. 8.00 Latest News 8.30 Adrenalize Highpowered thrills and spills from the world of extreme sports. 9.00 Queer Say Andrew Kay's look at LGBT news and media from around the world with the help of their studio guest. 9.30 Queer Say Andrew Kay's look at LGBT news and media from around the world with the help of their studio guest. 10.00 FILM: A Taste Of Honey (1961) Drama. Stars Rita Tushingham, Dora Bryan & Murray Melvin. A teen, whose life is dominated by her alcoholic mother, seeks support after discovering she is pregnant. 12.00am Tramshed Sessions

QI Friday, BBC2, 10pm Sandi Toksvig continues chairing the ‘O’ series of QI with attention turning to objects and ornaments. Sounds simple enough, until you hear that the crew are discovering where you can find an actual UFO. Area 51 alert! Or maybe not. Sarah Millican, Cariad Lloyd, Alice Levine and Alan Davies provide the clever funnies.

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6.00pm Hugh's Wild West 7.00 A House Through Time The story of those who lived in one house, from the time it was built until now. Historian David Olusoga follows the residents of the house in Liverpool from the 1850s to the 1890s. 8.00 Dad's Army Classic sitcom. Corporal Jones loses the money that has been raised to provide a new canteen for the servicemen. The platoon tries to jog his memory. 8.30 Grand Tours Of Scotland's Lochs Taming the Wild. Series in which Paul Murton takes a tour of Scotland's lochs. In this edition, he begins with a chilly swim across Loch Ba high on Rannoch Moor, struggles against the elements. 9.00 Live At The Apollo Series of cutting-edge stand-up comedy recorded at the Hammersmith Apollo. 9.45 QI XL Stephen Fry hosts the hilarious, mind-expanding quiz in which the aim is to be interesting. 10.30 Madonna Rebel Heart Tour 12.30am FILM: Night Train To Lisbon (2013)

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5.45pm The Brits Are Coming Ahead of this year's BRIT Awards, this programme offers a chance to see performances by some of the nominated artists. 6.45 Take Me Out Paddy McGuinness returns for more match-making fun, but which of his 30 single ladies will be whisked away on a date to the Isle of Fernandos? The Love Lift delivers gymnast Dan from London, bird lover Sean from Manchester, vintage car restorer Karim from Worcester and young pig farmer Jimmy from Yorkshire. 8.00 The Voice UK See highlights. 9.30 Through The Keyhole Remake of the infamous panel show from the '90s hosted by Keith Lemon. 10.25 ITV News 10.45 FILM: Jaws 2 (1978) Starring Roy Scheider, Lorraine Gary, Murray Hamilton. Another great white shark arrives to terrorise the holiday resort of Amity Island. Having recovered from the grisly events of four years ago, the island is once again packed with tourists. 12.45am Jackpot247

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6.00pm A Place In The Sun Property series. 6.30 Channel 4 News 7.00 Spying On The Royals Documentary series. As well as British spies following the Edward VIII and Wallis Simpson's every move as they travelled across the Atlantic, the Americans were also on their trail. 8.00 Queen Victoria's Last Love: Abdul Karim Documentary on the shockwaves caused by Queen Victoria's relationship with her Indian servant Abdul Karim, who rose from being a humble waiter to become the Queen's most intimate confidant. 9.00 FILM: Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation (2015) Starring Tom Cruise, Jeremy Renner, Simon Pegg, Rebecca Ferguson. Latest instalment of the action-packed globetrotting spy series. 11.30 FILM: Transporter 2 (2005) Martial arts action sequel. Starring Jason Statham, Amber Valletta. Frank Martin, whose job is to move packages with no questions asked, returns. 1.10am Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares USA

6.00pm Latest News 6.30 Family, Faith And Fun Sarah Hopwood presents 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. 8.00 Latest News 8.30 Brighton Album Chart Show Probably the coolest music video chart on telly. 9.00 AK Soufflé Andrew Kay introduces special guests in this LGBTfocused chat show. 9.30 Out With Allan Jay Your weekly guide to what's on and where with a behind-thescenes look at LGBTfriendly venues in and around Brighton. 10.00 FILM: The Sandwich Man (1966) Comedy. Director: Robert Hartford-Davis. Stars Michael Bentine, Harry H Corbett & Norman Wisdom. A man with a sandwich-board goes around London meeting people from all walks of life. 12.00am Noise Reel

6.05pm BBC News The latest national and international news stories from the BBC News team. 6.20 South East Today The latest news, sport, weather and features from the South East of England. 6.30 Countryfile Somerset Levels. The programme visits the Somerset Levels, where Matt Baker is on the hunt for the common crane, a bird that has been brought back from the brink. It now thrives in this area, thanks to an unlikely union. 7.30 Still Open All Hours Sitcom. 8.00 The Coronation The Queen talks with royal commentator Alastair Bruce about the ceremony in 1953. 9.00 McMafia Drama. 10.00 BBC News The latest national and international news, with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide. 10.20 South East Today 10.30 Match Of The Day 2 Highlights of the day's matches. 11.30 Man Like Mobeen 11.50 Man Like Mobeen 12.15am Weather For The Week Ahead

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Dancing On Ice Sunday, ITV1, 6pm It started last weekend, Torvill and Dean are our heroes again as leaders of the judging panel, and Jason Gardiner has switched his panto baddie guise for his barbed critiques of the hopeful celebs trying not to slice their fingers off with ice skates. Captivating and a bit dangerous.

The Voice UK Saturday, ITV1, 8pm This is the best bit – it started last weekend and this year’s judges with the fabulous chairs are Olly Murs, Jennifer Hudson, Sir Tom Jones and quirky favourite will.i.am. Hopefuls, already screened to be talented enough to not be embarrassing themselves, sing for their hopes and dreams and hope for a turning seat.

Next Of Kin Monday, ITV1, 9pm Keep out the January chills with this international thriller, mixing conspiracy with peril – a great combo. Mona travels to Lahore to identify Kareen’s body, and whilst she’s there she may as well make contact with Danny. Not the safest of moves, there.

Friday 12 BBC2

6.00pm Eggheads Quiz show. 6.30 Great British Railway Journeys Taunton to Newton Abbot. 7.00 Rick Stein's Road To Mexico Rick enjoys a hearty steak and eggs American diner special and bids a fond farewell to his trusty Ford Mustang as he heads across what is reputed to be the busiest border crossing in the world San Diego to Tijuana. 8.00 Hairy Bikers' Mediterranean Adventure The bikers begin their Sardinian adventure in the small town of Cagliari. 9.00 A House Through Time The story of those who lived in one house, from the time it was built until now. Historian David Olusoga follows the residents of the house in Liverpool from the 1850s to the 1890s. 10.00 Live At The Apollo Stand-up comedy. 10.30 Newsnight 11.15 Michael Palin: A Life On Screen Michael Palin tells the story behind his success. 12.15am Labour - The Summer That Changed Everything

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6.00pm ITV News Meridian 6.30 ITV Evening News 7.00 Emmerdale Lachlan feels betrayed. 7.30 Divorce Wars: Tonight Check in to the Divorce Hotel as a married couple, and check-out to a new single life in just one weekend. 8.00 Emmerdale Actions have consequences. Harriet confides. Ross makes a decision. 8.30 The Cruise: Return To The Mediterranean The series returns. 9.00 Transformation Street Documentary series focusing on people swapping gender. Cameras follow Lucas as he starts to transition from female to male and undergoes surgery to have his breasts removed. 10.00 ITV News At Ten 10.30 ITV News Meridian 10.40 Regional News And Weather 10.45 Great Art The Impressionists and the Man Who Made Them 11.45 Joanna Lumley's Postcards 12.10am Jackpot247

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6.00pm The Simpsons 6.30 Hollyoaks Teen soap set in Chester. 7.00 Channel 4 News 8.00 George Clarke's Amazing Spaces Architect George Clarke and master craftsman Will Hardie travel around the UK visiting ingenious and eccentric builds created by pioneering small space 9.00 Hunted Documentary series following British citizens who are given fugitive status and go on the run in the UK. The hunters have tracked Bob and Alex Ayling to a remote church in Cheshire. With the drone up and the ground hunters at their heels, things look bleak for the father and son fugitives. 10.00 Derry Girls Comedy from acclaimed writer Lisa McGee who mines her own experiences to create a candid comedy set against the spectre of The Troubles in Northern Ireland. 10.35 The Undateables Documentary series. 11.35 Working Class White Men 12.35am The Secret Life Of The Zoo

6.00pm Latest News 6.30 The Vote Guests from the world of politics discuss local and national issues. 7.00 Moments Of Truth: Sports First-hand stories from sporting events. 8.00 Latest News 8.30 Live From the Roadee Live music from the Roadee - a mobile recording studio. 9.00 DJ Box Get to know the world of DJing and dance music, as DJ Box showcases up-andcoming dance music talent from the UK and Europe. Featuring DJ Readie and Stefan Luke. 9.30 FILM: The Cassandra Crossing (1976) Drama. Director: George P Cosmatos. Stars Sophia Loren, Richard Harris, Ava Gardner, Burt Lancaster & Martin Sheen. Passengers of a European train can't escape after a deadly virus is planted. 12.05am The Arun Valley Postcard Trail

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6.00pm BBC News At Six 6.30 South East Today 7.00 The One Show 7.30 A Question Of Sport Sue Barker hosts the lighthearted sports quiz. 8.00 EastEnders Whitney tries to get to the bottom of what's going on with Tiffany. 8.30 Room 101 Charlie Brooker, Scarlett Moffatt and Pearl Mackie compete to have their pet hates and peeves consigned. 9.00 Would I Lie To You? Rob Brydon hosts the award-winning comedy panel show. 9.30 Mrs Brown's Boys Comedy series about a loudmouthed Irish matriarch. 10.00 BBC News At Ten 10.25 South East Today 10.35 The Graham Norton Show Graham's guests are the multiaward-winning Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks. 11.25 Witless Comedy series about two flatmates whose lives are thrown into disarray after witnessing a gangland shooting. 11.50 Sticky Animated sitcom. 12.15am Weather For The Week Ahead

BBC2

ITV1

Channel 4

BBC2

ITV1

Channel 4

6.00pm Eggheads Jeremy Vine hosts the quiz show. 6.30 Great British Railway Journeys Plymouth to The Lizard. 7.00 Rick Stein's Road To Mexico Leaving the Baja Peninsula, Rick explores the western mainland. 8.00 Mastermind John Humphrys presents another heat of the classic quiz. 8.30 A Vicar's Life A behind-the-scenes look at the lives of country vicars. 9.00 Rome Unpacked Andrew Graham-Dixon and Giorgio Locatelli continue their exploration of Rome off the beaten track. In search of its Papal, Renaissance and Baroque history, they discover that it is visible all around them. 10.00 QI See highlights. 10.30 Newsnight 11.05 Deep Water Australian crime drama series inspired by true events. 11.55 Deep Water 12.50am Millionaire Bankrupts Exposed Panorama

6.00pm ITV News Meridian 6.30 ITV Evening News 7.00 Emmerdale Cain is concerned. Laurel is worried. 7.30 Coronation Street Daniel casts a shadow over Chesney and Sinead's wedding. 8.00 River Monsters Coral Reef Killer. On the tropical island of Sulawesi, Indonesia, a tourist snorkeler and several local fishermen have been killed and injured by a mysterious sea creature that impales its victims. 8.30 Coronation Street Eileen's faith in Phelan is shaken. 9.00 Lethal Weapon El Gringo Loco. Actionpacked police drama. Murtaugh follows Riggs down to Mexico, where he is planning to avenge his wife's death and finish off Tito Flores once and for all. 10.00 ITV News At Ten 10.30 ITV News Meridian 10.40 Take Me Out Dating show. 11.40 Through The Keyhole Keith Lemon rifles through three celebrity homes. 12.35am Jackpot247

6.00pm The Simpsons 6.30 Hollyoaks Scott tries to explain to Damon about what he saw, but will his ideology cause bigger problems? 7.00 Channel 4 News 8.00 Jamie And Jimmy's Friday Night Feast Cookery series presented by Jamie Oliver and Jimmy Doherty from their cafe at the end of Southend pier. 9.00 The Big Fat Quiz Of Everything Celebrity quiz show in which host Jimmy Carr asks questions from the history of mankind. Contestants include Vic Reeves, Bob Mortimer, Claudia Winkleman, Miranda Hart Jonathan Ross and Nish Kumar. There are also cameos from Charles Dance, Jon Snow, the children of Mitchell Brook Primary School and a whole host of celebrity question setters. 11.05 First Dates Hotel Dating reality series following those looking for love at a luxury hotel. 12.10am FILM: Amy (2015)

Monday 15 BBC2

5.35pm Ski Sunday 6.20 FILM: Mr. Holmes (2015) Crime movie. Starring Ian McKellen, Laura Linney, Milo Parker, Hiroyuki Sanada. The 93 year old Sherlock Holmes leads a quite life, but in the autumn of his life he's still fascinated by an unsolved case. 8.00 Yellowstone: The Wildest Winter Threepart documentary exploring Yellowstone, one of the most remarkable places on the planet. 9.00 Dragons' Den Peter Jones, Deborah Meaden, Touker Suleyman, Jenny Campbell and Tej Lalvani take their seats to face the latest batch of entrepreneurs who dare to enter the Den. 10.00 FILM: The Water Diviner (2014) Russell Crowe directs and stars in the film as an Australian man who travels to Turkey after the Battle of Gallipoli to try and locate his three missing sons. While there, he discovers that one of his sons may actually still be alive. 11.40 Masters Snooker 12.30am Masters Snooker Extra

ITV1

6.00pm Dancing On Ice See highlights. 8.00 Vera Black Ice. Detective drama series set in the north east of England. When a popular and well-loved member of a coastal community is violently and deliberately run off the road, DCI Vera Stanhope is forced to trace back through the victim's past in the hope of finding the killer. 10.00 ITV News The latest news headlines. 10.15 Peston On Sunday Robert Peston interviews the key political figures, newsmakers and cultural figures, while Allegra Stratton keeps viewers up to date with the big issues on social media. 11.10 Next Of Kin Thriller about a London doctor who becomes embroiled in a web of conspiracy. Successful GP Mona Mirza receives word that her brother has been kidnapped in Pakistan while en route back to the UK. The family's shock is not made any easier as it emerges her brother's son Danny has aroused the interest of the police counter-terrorism unit. 12.05am Great Art

Channel 4

4.15pm Darts: BDO Lakeside World Professional Championships 8.00 The Biggest Little Railway In The World Engineer Dick Strawbridge leads a team of model railway enthusiasts as they attempt to build the longest model railway in the world. The line will stretch 71 miles across Scotland, from Fort William on the west coast to Inverness on the east coast. 9.00 SAS: Who Dares Wins Documentary series in which exSpecial Forces soldiers recreate the SAS selection process. 10.00 The Big Fat Quiz Of Everything The Big Fat Quiz of Everything is back. Quizmaster Jimmy Carr asks questions covering 100,000 years of human history, giving a unique Big Fat Quiz spin on History, Music, Film, TV and Science from every epoch. Contestants Vic Reeves, Bob Mortimer, Claudia Winkleman, Miranda Hart, Jonathan Ross and Nish Kumar join Jimmy to compete for crown. 12.00am FILM: Killing Them Softly (2012)

6.00pm 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 Brighton Lights Jamie Walker presents a roundup of the week's must-see events in Brighton, Hove and beyond. 7.00 TerraPura NonLeague Show All the latest non-league football news and action from the region. 8.00 Latest News 8.30 Tales From The Margins Extra Professor Rainer Schulze presents a series of films looking at issues affecting LGBT+ people around the world. 9.30 FILM: Deliver Us (2017) Short Horror Drama. 9.50 FILM: The Man In The Sky (1957) Drama. Starring Jack Hawkins, Elizabeth Sellars & Walter Fitzgerald. John Mitchell is on a flight fraught with disaster but Mitchell is determined to land the plane. 11.35 FILM: Mix Me A Person (1962) Drama. 1.40am The Arun Valley Postcard Trail

BBC1

6.00pm BBC News At Six 6.30 South East Today 7.00 The One Show 7.30 Inside Out The programme explores how this summer's terror attacks have affected attitudes and behaviour. Plus as the government doubles the amount of free childcare, a look at the pros and cons of mums returning to work. 8.00 EastEnders Max desperately searches for a way to keep his family together. Masood looks for a new venture. 8.30 Panorama Vigorous investigation of a topical issue. 9.00 Silent Witness Drama series about a team of forensic pathologists. 10.00 BBC News At Ten 10.30 South East Today 10.45 Have I Got Old News For You Another chance to see the comedy quiz show in which celebrity contestants are grilled on the week's news. With team captains Ian Hislop and Paul Merton. 11.15 Miriam's Big American Adventure 12.15am The Graham Norton Show

6.00pm Eggheads Jeremy Vine hosts the quiz show. 6.30 Great British Railway Journeys 7.00 Rick Stein's Road To Mexico Rick Stein journeys from northern California to Mexico, enjoying unique dishes and the enduring legacy of Mexico. 8.00 Only Connect Quiz show presented by Victoria Coren Mitchell. 8.30 University Challenge Quiz series for students. 9.00 Surgeons: At The Edge Of Life Documentary series going beyond the theatre doors of Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham, where surgeons push medical boundaries to the limits. 10.00 Insert Name Here Comedy panel show. Sue Perkins invites two teams, headed up by captains Richard Osman and Josh Widdicombe, to battle it out. 10.30 Newsnight Indepth investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day's headlines with Emily Maitlis. 11.15 Masters Snooker 12.05am Masters Snooker Extra

6.00pm ITV News Meridian 6.30 ITV Evening News 7.00 Emmerdale Robert struggles. Moira fears for the worst. 7.30 Coronation Street Anna fuels Eileen's doubts about Phelan. Craig and Bethany's two worlds collide. Leanne receives a bad report from Simon's school. 8.00 The Martin Lewis Money Show On tonight's programme, financial guru Martin Lewis and presenter Angellica Bell take a look at savings. 8.30 Coronation Street Bethany's new career dismays Craig. Eva makes a horrifying discovery. Toyah is upset to learn of Peter's deceit. 9.00 Next Of Kin See highlights. 10.00 ITV News At Ten 10.30 ITV News Meridian 10.40 Killer Women With Piers Morgan Piers travels to meet Ashley Humphrey who, as a 20year-old bride, followed home Sandee Rozzo - a woman she had never met - and pumped eight bullets into her at close range. 11.45 TBA 12.10am Jackpot247

6.00pm The Simpsons 6.30 Hollyoaks Grace makes a big mistake when she tries to take control of Glenn's job. Granny is pressuring Courtney again. 7.00 Channel 4 News 8.00 How To Lose Weight Well Dr Xand van Tulleken and dietician Hala El-Shafie help dieters as they attempt the most hyped and written about diets on the market today. 9.00 The Undateables Documentary series following people with a variety of disabilities as they look for love. Trainee accountant and Bollywood fanatic Nisar (22) from east London wants to be the hero in his own movie-style romance, but he is still searching for his costar. 10.00 First Dates Hotel Dating reality series following those looking for love at a luxury hotel. 11.00 Derry Girls Comedy. Everyone's really excited when Sister Michael announces the school trip this year is to Paris. 11.30 Hunted Documentary series. 12.30am SAS: Who Dares Wins

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