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BRIGHTON FREE | 13 – 19 March 2018 | Issue 870
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online at thelatest.co.uk
HIP HOP TO THE TOP Andrew Kay talks exclusively to Brightonian Liam Francis about his career – from Little Mix to Rambert Page 4
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
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VEGFEST 10 (or more) Great Reasons to go to Brighton Vegfest 2018
ere are 10 great reasons to visit VegfestUK Brighton on March 24–25 2018 at the Brighton Centre, courtesy of vegan comedian Adele Cliﬀ, who will be performing at the Vegan Comedy Festival part of the show: • Cooking demos: Brilliant vegan chefs turn up the heat (or don’t turn it on at all if you stumble on a raw demo) and show you the world of wonder beyond the Linda McCartney sausage. • It’s not just for vegans: Nonvegans come and find out all our vegan secrets. Have you ever wanted to steal the salad Susan from HR leaves in the work fridge or push a child oﬀ a bicycle? Let us vegans explain how many days you have to drink almond milk to balance your karma after such an act. • Meet the love of your life*: This could be a beautiful likeminded human or, as I found at London Vegfest, it might be a chocolate covered vegan marshmallow on a stick. • A day without responsibilities: Dump unwanted relatives young and old in the Kids Area or Mature Zone and romp oﬀ without a care. (VegfestUK cannot accept responsibility for loss of family members)
“ Brilliant vegan chefs turn up the heat ” • Everything is vegan: Go wild without checking the ingredients every 5 minutes. Last time I had curry, stir fry, fakesteak and a cupcake (and a colouring in sheet and some felt tips when I got lost in the Kids Area). • Location, Location, Location: Just the one of them, but Brighton is delightful for a walk, if you want some fresh air whilst you digest the delicious combo of plant proteins you’ve scoﬀed. • Talent contest: Vegan musicians compete for fame, glory and enough cash to cover their train fare home. Like the X Factor but less morally corrupt. • Stock up on crueltyfree beauty products: Beauty may only be skin deep but in general vegans are less likely than average to cut you open and have a look; so you’re best oﬀ keeping your face looking top notch. • Comedy festival: If everything is getting tofuking serious come and have a giggle at awesome comedians including Dave Chawner, Chris Stokes, Cheekykita and me (the hilarious and humble Adele Cliﬀ). • It’s super aﬀordable: You might expect all this excitement to be rather dear but it isn’t at all (deer is a touchy subject, don’t mention venison to a vegan unless you want to miss your bus and the one after it). Tickets on the door are just £10, and it’s even less in advance (you can buy advance tickets at www.brighton.vegfest.co.uk/tickets). *Meat the love of your life: Vegfest is probably not for you. Adele Cliﬀ is a standup comedian and writer, follow her on Twitter @Adelecliﬀ
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Mini adventures (not that kind!)
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his year I have determined to collect mini adventures. As much as that phrase immediately conjures up images of a small snappy car zipping into the driveway of some stately home spa, or a Bridget Jones style getaway, neither of these things are what I have in mind. What I’d really like to do is paw my way through the undergrowth of events and invitations on oﬀer, like a latter day David Bellamy armed with the Brighton Festival and Brighton Fringe brochures, and a bit of initiative. Adventures don’t have to wait until May though. As much as one of my regular learningandgrowingandhavinganicewalk annual events takes place then (when I pick a Brighton historical walk I haven’t been on yet and pin my ears back to take it all in) there’s exploring waiting right now. Last week I had a go at storytelling to an audience for the first time, as a part of one of the International Women’s Day events. Now that was fun and new, and a night out. Lovely people, and raising money for local charity Rise, plus releasing lots of those happy enzymes. Now that the weather is picking up again it might be time to dig out those rambling club details again. One way to get around my impressive lack of direction and yet still get to appreciate the countryside is to join a group that’ll ringfence me on a walk, like a rogue sheep in sheepdog trials. That person wandering oﬀ with a good natured look of curiosity on their face to be lost forever on the moors? Yeah, that would so be me if I was born 200 years ago. Routine has its uses, it helps us pay the bills and keep a roof over our heads. But little adventures keep the grey cells sparking and present a world of possibilities. Which is really what the world is all about.
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have a problem with getting myself to do things. It’s incredibly frustrating and I think it’s starting to drive me crazy. What’s even more frustrating is that I’m excellent at knowing exactly what I have to do, which makes the fact that I don’t then go and do those things all the more annoying. Say I have to wash my clothes, tidy my room, do my food shop, and meet my friend for dinner. I’ll whack all that into a list in under a minute and I’ll be feeling like an organisational guru, from all over the place to bulletpoint eﬃciency in the drop of a hat. But then instead of jumping up and diving right in, instead I stupidly trick myself into treating myself for simply writing the list itself. Fast forward two hours and I’ve watched three episodes of Friends, I’ve eaten four slices of toast, and I still haven’t done anything. It wasn’t much of an issue when I was young. I’d be able to crawl out of bed, coast through school on the bare minimum engagement, and then plonk myself on the sofa as soon as I got home and switch from 90 per cent oﬀ to a full 100 per cent zoned out. (Perhaps not the most active childhood, but I read a lot so let’s say that balances it out). Now however, its a diﬀerent story. I’m older now, and I need to start providing for myself and my future. And what’s more, I actually want to do things now. I’m so lucky to be in a position where my studies are my passion, and it’s filling me with ideas and concepts and plans that I want to bring to life. I can’t keep wasting time relaxing when I haven’t done anything to earn my relaxation. It’s starting to become blindingly clear that the only person I’m hurting is myself. One of the best pieces of advice I’ve ever been given is this: “don’t rely on motivation, because motivation is fickle and unreliable. Use the time you look for motivation to develop discipline instead. Discipline is steady and reliable, and won’t disappear whenever you need it.” Guess its time to start learning how to delay gratification.
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HIP HOP TO THE TOP Andrew Kay talks exclusively to Brighton boy Liam Francis about his career from dancing with Little Mix to performing with Rambert How long have you been with Rambert? Since 2014. I trained at London Studio Centre from 18 to 21. So did you dance from a young age? I did Hip Hop at my local dance school in Peacehaven from 14. Was there a moment when you thought ‘this is my career’? I saw Into The Hoods, which was a ZooNation production, when I was 14 and I decided I wanted to be a dance superhero. That’s the only way I can explain it, because these guys were like superheroes to me. I joined ZooNation when I was 15, and at 16 I performed in Into The Hoods at the Queen Elizabeth Hall. That’s quite young to be performing in a major London venue. Yeah, it was absolutely wonderful. It was definitely the beginning of me wanting to do this as a career. Then I went to BHASVIC College because I wanted to go to university to be a political journalist. A political journalist? That’s very diﬀerent from the arts. I know it is... then while I was at BHASVIC I started to work as a commercial dancer performing on the X Factor, so when Joe McElderry won the X Factor I did his UK tour. I performed with groups like LMFAO and JLS. I was like: “this is wonderful, I really enjoy this”, at that point I decided I wanted to be a professional dancer. I took my ALevels then thought I’ll go to dance college instead.
So you had a successful career as a commercial professional dancer. Yes, from when I started at London Studio Centre. I worked as a commercial dancer until I was 21. Then when I was at London Studio Centre I started to experience contemporary dance and I joined INTOTO the contemporary company that I thought was more fitting for me. But I really enjoyed the those moments on TV. Were you the envy of other students. Was it your guilty secret? I didn’t tell them. I was quiet about. I remember performing on X Factor and there was one year that I was performing with Little Mix. The choreographer said, “we need someone to dress up as an ice cream.” I was the youngest so I said “I’ll do it”. So I remember getting dressed up as an ice cream and having these pink neon tights on walking to the X Factor stage and realising that somehow a lot of my school colleagues had tickets. I could see them all slowly pointing ‘that’s Liam dressed up as an ice cream!’. Are you known as Mr Whippy now? Yeah amongst my school friends. That could be taken very wrongly. I’ll edit that out. *laughs* You can leave that in.
Were your family happy about that? My Mum was over the moon, she was like, “Do it!”
Was contemporary dance a more diﬃcult discipline? A diﬀerent discipline. Diﬀerent things are important and working as a contemporary dancer helped me develop as an artist. I enjoyed that element of personal development of artistry, character & creativity.
Is she a stage Mum? No she’s definitely not.
Has it given you a voice as a creative person? Yeah, it’s wonderful. I did a show at the Arts Depot in north London
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hosting my own evening which was called Liam Francis and Friends and sold all the tickets which is wonderful. Were you performing pieces that you choreographed yourself? The second half of the show was all choreography that I made over the past year and a bit, so there were a few things that I made in New York last summer. There’s a piece I’m working on at the moment in Rambert that I showed. Are Rambert supportive of this? They were so supportive, they did a whole blog, they interviewed me on my inspiration and helped with my crowdfunder. It’s a great privilege and I’m very lucky to have that support and opportunity.
Rambert tour with live musicians, how much diﬀerence do you think it makes, does it change the nature of the way you dance? You have to invest all your senses, not only are you listening to each other and feeling each other and sensing each other, you’re then reacting with the group to the music so there’s this kind of secondary sense, you’re part of a diﬀerent organism that’s responding to another organism. There’s wonderful teamwork and as the music isn’t the same every night, you have to talk to the conductor, you come oﬀ stage from a solo but it’s really a duet because you’re dancing with the conductor, and then the orchestra, so the duet becomes a trio – it’s tremendous it does something to your soul. What other arts inspire you? As I develop as choreographer I tend to ignore what inspires me – which doesn’t seem to make sense. Music has always been a massive inspiration, you dance because you love music. Often the music you dance to as a contemporary dancer isn’t music that immediately makes you want to dance, there’s a diﬀerent relationship. I’ve taken my relationship with hip hop and applied it to the music I have now.
“ Music has always been a
You’re 24, how long do you foresee being able to dance? There comes a point that your mind and will continues to progress but your body says ‘we need to stop’. But I love choreographing, I love bringing diﬀerent minds together to create something that couldn’t have happened if only one person tried to do it.
massive inspiration – you dance because you love music ”
Contemporary dance as an art form so inclusive, the bringing together of choreographer, designer, lighting, composer, director… And add to those the dancers who donate so much of their creativity, of their material, their ideas to these choreographers. Often we work collaboration, choreographers will set us tasks where they’ll be like ‘we need something like this that portrays this’ then you’ll make something, they’ll give you feedback; you welcome this kind of gifting process where each gift requires a counter gift which is then an initial gift which gets a counter gift. So there’s this tennis idea between choreographers and dancers, which is wonderful because you go out on stage feeling like you have some sort of authorship of what it is you’re performing and not just replicating a set you’ve been shown. This has your part of your soul in it so that’s nice.
So you’re finding joy through music you’re not comfortable with? Less familiar with – but quite interestingly now I put the pressure on myself to choreograph with my response to that music and I need to bring that with me into my creative period and not ignore it. Are there pieces you would like to dance in Rambert’s repertoire? Ghosts Dances was a dream, I remember in my interview in 2014 the first question I asked was, “Is Ghost Dances coming back?” and they said we’re not allowed to tell you, but it did and I was cast as the ghost and it was the most wonderful thing. Theatre Royal Brighton, Wednesday 21 – Saturday 24 March, 0844 871 7650* atgtickets.com/brighton* *Booking fees apply. Calls cost up to 7p per minute, plus your phone company’s access charge
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MOVIES ON LATEST TV All day & late night
Tuesday 13 March
Friday 16 March
6.00am The Red House 1947. Drama. Directed by Delmer Daves and starring Edward G Robinson, Lon McCallister, Judith Anderson.. Two girls, when told not to, explore mysterious woodland and discover secrets.
6.00am Magic Town 1947. Comedy. An opinion pollster finds a town which is a perfect mirror of U.S. opinions. Starring James Stewart, Jane Wyman and Kent Smith.
8.05 The Delavine Affair 1955. Crime drama starring Peter Reynolds, Honor Blackman and Gordon Jackson. The death of a local man leads a local reporter, and the dead man's wife (Honor Blackman), to seek his killer.
FILM OF THE DAY 8.00 Blood of The Vampire 1958. Horror directed by Henry Cass and starring Sir Donald Wolfit. In the late 19th Century, the anaemic Dr Callistratus is the governor of a brutal penal institution in a remote castle.
9.20 Port of Escape 1956. Crime drama directed by Anthony Young. Two men on the run hide out in a Thames boat and take the woman owner hostage. Starring Bill Kerr, Googie Withers and Joan Hickson. 10.55 Tarka The Otter 1979. Family. Director: David Cobham. Stars Peter Ustinov, Peter Bennett & Edward Underdown. A family film which follows the life of an otter and its adventures in the wild. 12.45pm Girdle of Gold 1957. Musical comedy. Directed by J Lee Thompson. Stars Eric Portman, Celia Johnson, Thora Hird and Joyce Grenfell. A touring troupe, the 'Dinky Doos' are in financial trouble, can anyone help? 3.00 Desk Set FILM OF THE DAY 1957. Comedy. Director: Walter Lang. Stars Spencer Tracy, Katharine Hepburn & Gig Young. Bunny is stuck in a dead-end relationship. Her life is thrown into turmoil when a Computer expert enters it. 11.25 Lulu Belle 1948. Musical Drama. Lulu Belle (Dorothy Lamour), a small-time singer and voracious man-eater with a sordid past, sings in a cheap dive in Natchez, Mississippi, in the early 1900s.
Wednesday 14 March 6.00am The Sword of Monte Cristo 1951. Adventure. Stars George Montgomery, Rita Corday & Berry Kroeger. Set in 19th Century France, The country's conniving chief minister will stop at nothing to gain possession of the sword. 7.35 Inquest 1940. Drama directed by Roy Boulting. A young widow accused of murder is defended by a distinguished QC. Stars Elizabeth Allan.
9.45 Death At Broadcasting House 1934. Drama. Director: Reginald Denham. Stars Jack Hawkins, Donald Wolfit & Ian Hunter. When an actor is murdered, Detective Inspector Gregory quickly discovers that the victim had many enemies. 11.15 Inn For Trouble 1960. Comedy. Based on the hit TV series, The Larkins. Peggy Mount and David Kossoff are given a pub to run but face many problems. 1.00pm Born Of The Sea 1949. A mysterious baby is found in a boat at sea. Where is he from? A charming portrait of a small coastal community in Coverack. Stars Dorothea Paul. Directed by Anthony Mavrogordato. 3.00 The Smallest Show On Earth 1957. Comedy. Director: Basil Dearden. Stars Margaret Rutherford, Peter Sellers, Virginia McKenna & Bill Travers. A couple inherit a small cinema are shocked to find a decrepit building. 4.45 Murder At 3am 1953. Crime drama directed by Francis Searle and starring Dennis Price, Philip Saville and Peggy Evans. A police detective begins suspecting that his sister's newest boyfriend is a murderer. 11.30 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.
6.00am The Fast Lady 1963. Comedy. Director: Ken Annakin. Stars Stanley Baxter, James Robertson Justice, Leslie Phillips & Julie Christie. Mr. Troon invests in a vintage Bentley to impress the daughter of a wealthy tycoon. 8.00 Lena Rivers 1932. Drama starring Charlotte Henry, Morgan Galloway and Beryl Mercer. Young Lena, born out of wedlock, goes to live with a rich uncle, but his wife and daughter don't like her one bit. 9.15 Two Thousand Women 1944. War. Director: Frank Launder. Stars Phyllis Calvert, Flora Robson & Patricia Roc. Female prisoners arrive at a German camp. Among them is Freda, a strong-minded journalist. 11.15 Where There's A Will 1955. Comedy. A cockney family inherit a ramshackle farm. Alfie (Leslie Dwyer) wants to make a go of it. Starring George Cole. FILM OF THE DAY 12.50pm The Balloon Goes Up 1942. Musical. Comedy duo Ethel Revnell and Gracie West star in this comedy musical. The double act masquerade as WAAFs on a balloon site to help the authorities capture a group of fifth columnists. 3.00 Nine Men 1943. War. Director: Harry Watt. Stars Gordon Jackson, Jack Lambert & Frederick Piper. British soldiers are attacked while traveling across the wastes of WW2 Libya in this Ealing Studios film. 4.20 Desert Mice 1959. Comedy. Set in WW2, this is the story of an ENSA troupe of entertainers. Starring Sid James, Dora Bryan, Alfred Marks. 11.15 Mine Own Executioner 1947. Drama. Directed by Anthony Kimmins. Stars Burgess Meredith, Kieron Moore, Dulcie Gray and John Laurie. A psychiatrist is tested when treating a former POW in post-war London.
7.30 Shadow of A Man 1954. Crime drama. A town drunk is found dead and the police suspect murder. Starring Paul Carpenter.
2.05 The Fast Lady 1963. Comedy. Director: Ken Annakin. Stars Stanley Baxter, James Robertson Justice, Leslie Phillips & Julie Christie. Mr. Troon invests in a vintage Bentley to impress the daughter of a wealthy tycoon.
12.00pm The Good Die Young 1954. Thriller. Director: Lewis Gilbert. Stars Robert Morley, Joan Collins, Laurence Harvey & Margaret Leighton. A group of down-andouts are holding up a post office van when things start to go wrong.
Thursday 15 March
6.00am Raffles 1939. Adventure. Director: Sam Wood. Stars David Niven, Olivia de Havilland & Dame May Whitty. A Scotland Yard inspector matches his wits with a gentleman cat burglar.
12.15pm Where There's A Will 1955. Comedy. A cockney family inherit a ramshackle farm. Alfie (Leslie Dwyer) wants to make a go of it. Starring George Cole and Kathleen Harrison.
FILM OF THE DAY 10.15 The Wrong Arm Of the Law 1962. Comedy. Director: Cliff Owen. Stars Peter Sellers, Lionel Jeffries, Bernard Cribbens, Michael Caine. A gangster learns of a traitor in his midst and makes a deal with the police.
4.45 You Pay Your Money 1957. Crime Drama. A rogue smuggler enters a murky world when his wife is kidnapped. Directed by Maclean Rogers. Starring Hugh McDermott, Jane Hylton and Honor Blackman.
Sunday 18 March
8.50 Up With the Lark 1943. Musical. Directed by Phil Brandon. Starring Ethel Revnell, Gracie West & Adrienne Fancey. Ethel and Gracie pursue a gang of robbers to their secret headquarters in the countryside.
8.45 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.
3.00 The Night We Dropped a Clanger 1959. A Wing Commander (Brian Rix) is on a mission to find out about the flying bomb. Stars William Hartnell, Leslie Phillips, Leo Franklyn & Liz Fraser.
Blood Of The Vampire
4.05 Man of the Moment FILM OF THE DAY 1955. Comedy. Stars Norman Wisdom, Belinda Lee, Lana Morris & Jerry Desmonde. A Civil Servant, becomes a British delegate to a diplomatic conference in Geneva.
The Wrong Arm Of The Law
10.00 Conspiracy of Hearts 1960. Drama. Stars Lilli Palmer, Sylvia Syms, Yvonne Mitchell & Ronald Lewis. During WW2, a Mother Superior wishes to smuggle out Jewish children from a concentration camp.
Saturday 17 March 6.00am Captain Scarlett 1953. Adventure. Stars Richard Greene, Leonora Amar & Manolo Fabregas. Scarlett returns to France to find the Duke of Corlaine seizing property and terrorizing those who resist. 7.50 20 Questions Murder Mystery 1950. Crime. Director: Paul L. Stein. Stars Robert Beatty, Rona Anderson & Clifford Evans. Someone sends in a question to the B.B.C.'s 20 Questions" programme prior to committing a crime" 12.05pm Millions Like Us 1943. War Drama. Directed by Sidney Gilliat & Frank Launder. Stars Patricia Roc, Gordon Jackson, Basil Radford & Eric Portman. Celia marries a Pilot before he is deployed into wartime battle. 2.20 King Solomon's Mines FILM OF THE DAY 1937. Adventure. Director Robert Stevenson. 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. 4.00 Sea of Sand 1958. War. Guy Green. Stars Richard Attenborough, Michael Craig & John Gregson. The Long Range Desert Group go on an expedition through North Africa to destroy a huge Nazi fuel dump. 10.05 Sapphire 1959. Murder mystery. Directed by Basil Dearden and stars Nigel Patrick, Yvonne Mitchell and Michael Craig. Superintendent Robert Hazard investigates a murder, which could be racially motivated. 11.55 Peyton Place 1957. Drama. Director: Mark Robson. Stars Lana Turner, Hope Lange, Lee Philips, Diane Varsi & Lloyd Nolan. An adaptation of Grace Metalious' popular novel. A New England town hides secrets & scandals.
Monday 19 March 6.00am Vengeance Is Mine 1949. Drama. Director: Alan Cullimore. Stars Valentine Dyall, Anne Firth, Richard Goolden & Sam Kydd. A dying man hires an assassin to kill so he can frame his death on an enemy. 7.15 She Knows Y'know 1962. Comedy. Director: Montgomery Tully. Stars Hylda Baker, Cyril Smith, Joan Sanderson & Alfred Burke. A young girl's sudden pregnancy unfolds dramas between two families. 8.45 Operation Amsterdam 1958. War. Director: Michael McCarthy. Stars Peter Finch, Tony Britton & Eva Bartok. An English Major and two diamond experts plan to take diamonds from Amsterdam before the Nazis invade. 10.50 Bloodhounds of Broadway 1952. Musical. Director: Harmon Jones. Stars Mitzi Gaynor, Scott Brady, Marguerite Chapman and Mitzi Green. Emily, a country girl, longs to be in show business then she meets a New York bookmaker. 12.40pm Flying Deuces 1939. Comedy. Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy join the foreign legion to get over Ollie's broken heart. FILM OF THE DAY 3.00 The Strange World Of Planet X 1958. Sci-fi. A British laboratory studying magnetic fields is warned by a cosmic visitor of the dangers in their experiments. Starring Forrest Tucker and Martin Benson. 4.30 No Way Back 1949. Drama. A boxer (Terence de Marney) begins on a downward slide losing his wife and money. A childhood sweetheart helps him but complications set in.
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100 Years Younger In 21 Days ITV1, 9pm Celebrities want to lose those wrinkles and they don’t have the patience to wait around for it, honey (wags sassy finger). They’re prepared to help each other out though, with the mindfulness and meditation exercises led by Corrie star Bill Roache, helping Sherrie to an emotional breakthrough.
The Great Celebrity Bake Off For Stand Up To Cancer Channel 4, 8pm Ooh – more celebrity Bake Off! Why C4, with all of these tasty morsels and celebrity have-a-go-bakers showing their true colours under the stress you are spoiling us! This week Stacey Solomon, Kaiser Chief Ricky Wilson, The Apprentice’s Nick Hewer and Diversity’s Perri Kiely try to make scones. Easy!
Tuesday 13 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 their studio guest. 10.00 TerraPura Non-League Show All the latest non-league football news and action from the region. 11.00 The Arun Valley Postcard Trail 11.15 Glimpses of 1967 11.25 FILM: Lulu Belle (1948) Musical Drama. Lulu Belle (Dorothy Lamour), a small-time singer and voracious maneater with a sordid past, sings in a cheap dive in Natchez, Mississippi, in the early 1900s. 1.10am FILM: The Killer Shrews (1959)
6.00pm 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 Angellica Bell. 7.30 EastEnders The Taylors are tense after Mitch's sudden arrival. Ian tries to blag a date with Mel. Patrick's fortunes take a turn for the better. 7.57 BBC News And Regional News 8.00 Holby City The L Word. Roxanna tries to cure Oliver, but in the process opens old wounds. Dom and Lofty find themselves at odds over Sheilagh's care. Donna and Fletch race to save Ric, when they discover a possible clue to his case. 9.00 Shetland Crime drama set on the remote Scottish islands. Perez must re-assess the investigation in the aftermath of the attack. The MIT arrives on Shetland and sets its sights on Malone. Meanwhile, Tosh begins to have doubts about Lars. 10.00 BBC News At Ten 10.30 South East Today 10.45 This Country Threatening Letters. Mockumentary exploring the lives of young people in modern rural Britain. Kerry starts to receive some threatening letters that cause her to feel unsettled within the village. 11.15 Rehab: Addicted Lives Documentary. 12.35am Weather For The Week Ahead
6.00pm Eggheads Jeremy Vine hosts the quiz show. 6.30 The Repair Shop 7.00 Saving Lives At Sea Documentary series following the men and women of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI). 8.00 Back In Time For Tea In this final episode, the family reflects on their time-travel adventure, and explores how the legacy of 100 years of tumultuous history lives on in the northern diet today. 9.00 Amazing Hotels: Life Beyond The Lobby Monica Galetti and Giles Coren head to the foothills of the Swiss Alps to experience a very different type of travel - health and wellness tourism. 10.00 Mum Subtle family sitcom seen through the eyes of Cathy, following a year in her life as she moves on from the death of her husband. 10.25 The Archiveologists The Yorkshire Television Disco Dancing Championships. Diane Morgan and Joe Wilkinson affectionately parody a television disco dance championship. 10.30 Newsnight In-depth investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day's headlines with Evan Davis. 11.15 World's Most Extraordinary Homes Piers Taylor and Caroline Quentin travel to Switzerland. 12.15am MasterChef
AK SOUFFLE Andrew Kay
6.00pm ITV News Meridian 6.30 ITV Evening News 7.00 Emmerdale Things get out of hand for Gabby and Liv, Joe wants answers, and Belle and Lachlan prepare for their big launch. 8.00 What Would Your Kid Do? Jason Manford hosts the final episode of the series which asks how well we really know our kids by challenging parents to guess what their children will do in a variety of entertaining situations. Each show sees children filmed in a school specially rigged with hidden cameras; the kids think that they're taking part in a variety of classroom activities and games, but they're unaware that they're being tested. 9.00 100 Years Younger in 21 Days See highlights. 10.00 ITV News at Ten 10.30 ITV News Meridian 10.45 The Cruise: Voyage to Alaska It's Destination Alaska as the crew of Star Princess voyage to one of the world's last frontiers. This episode sees Captain Tuvo and his crew navigating the Star Princess to a World Heritage site: Glacier Bay National Park. 11.15 Piers Morgan's Life Stories Controversial comedian and former The Generation Game and Big Break host Jim Davidson looks back over his life. 12.15am Jackpot247
6.00pm The Simpsons After surviving a tornado, Marge and Homer seek out guardians for the children, in case the worst should ever happen to them. 6.30 Hollyoaks Sienna ends up in a dangerous situation, but will anyone be there to help? 7.00 Channel 4 News Including sport and weather. 7.30 Winter Paralympics Today Join Clare Balding, Jonnie Peacock and some very special guests live every evening. 8.00 The Great Celebrity Bake Off For Stand Up To Cancer See highlights. 9.15 Seven Year Switch Every year, thousands of people fall in love and get married. However, after years of being together, even the strongest couples can find themselves at a crossroads, forcing them to make the toughest of decisions - whether to stay or go. In a life changing, highstakes experiment, four brave couples take the radical step to try to save their failing relationships by switching partners. 10.25 Gogglebox Another chance to see Friday's new episode as the biggest and best TV moments of the week get a grilling from Britain's sharpest armchair critics. 11.25 Winter Paralympics Highlights Join Clare Balding and Jonnie Peacock for unique insight and demonstrations from The Snow Centre, Hemel Hempstead. 12.15am Winter Paralympics Live Victoria Nangle
The tyranny of the changing room
few weeks back I was lucky enough to meet and interview Kit Redstone on the show. Kit is a remarkable young man and a theatre maker. We talked about his show Testosterone and his life and we dwelled on the dynamics found in changing rooms. Not changing rooms in clothes retailers, hideous in their very own way, but those that you had to endure at school and for some of you masochists out there in later years at sports centres and gymnasiums. I hated sports at school, inventing innumerable excuses to be excused – so it was a horror that for the most part I managed to avoid.
“ He tells the story with hardly a
glimmer of anger. In fact he tells it with more than a little humour and calm ” Kit, working with Rhum and Clay Theatre Company, has created a play that I was anxious to see. Interviewing him before seeing the show made it in some ways rather diﬃcult – but in many ways much better. I was not bringing to the table my personal response to the work and was able to talk about Kit’s work in a more general sense – ‘work and life’ I should say, Kit was very forthcoming about how he lives and the road he has taken. I’ve seen the play now and I was blown away by it. There’s a
review on our website if you’re interested but it’s not what I want to write about here. Here I want to talk about this from a very diﬀerent angle. Testosterone is a play about masculinity and how it manifests itself, but in its creation it also became a play about Kit’s transition – oh, did I mention that Kit is a trans man? Well he is and he is wonderfully together about what must be a massive part of his life. Maybe Kit has been lucky, I would not assume that, but what I can say is that he tells the story with hardly a glimmer of anger. In fact he tells it with more than a little humour and calm. It’s quite extraordinary how ordinary he makes it, and perhaps by cushioning it in a world of hilarious machismo he is helping us to see what he has done and the person that he now is, which is rather endearingly ordinary. Now by ‘ordinary’ I really mean that he is just another human living just another life. In doing it in this way, in such a public way and without aggression, he makes a beautiful case for acceptance, for diversity and for equality. Hats of to you Mr Redstone, you are a star.
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TV LISTINGS Four Days That Shook Britain Thursday, ITV1, 9pm For four months of 2017 there seemed to be a wave of terror attacks in Britain. Made us all a bit shaky. This documentary remembers those who lost their lives and speaks to those who survived, as well as witnesses and the emergency services.
Civilisations Thursday, BBC2, 9pm Professor Mary Beard looks at the relationship between art and religion – it’s a long and tricky one. Can depiction of religious ideas and icons be blasphemy? Who can show the divine to the human world? It’s full of sticky questions. And she’s got answers of her own.
Wednesday 14 6.00pm Latest News 6.30 Democracy Now! 7.00 Extra Time An interesting, insightful and humourous look at the latest news in the world of football. 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 Chris Todd from Friends of the Earth, a local volunteer groups that works to improve the environment locally, nationally and internationally. 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 Because We Did Not Choose Documentary looking at the journey made by the labourers from North East India to the front during the first World War. 12.00am Guy Lloyd's 2Minute Telly Show
6.00pm BBC News At Six 6.30 South East Today 7.00 The One Show 7.30 Panorama Vigorous investigation of a topical issue. 7.57 BBC News And Regional News 8.00 DIY SOS: The Big Build West Bromich. This may be one of the smallest houses DIY SOS has taken on, but this small house offers up big challenges to the team. 9.00 Saving The British Bulldog Documentary. Britain's most iconic dog is in crisis. Comedian, actress and dog lover Catherine Tate investigates the serious health problems affecting the British bulldog and what can be done to save it. 10.00 BBC News At Ten 10.30 South East Today 10.45 A Question Of Sport Sue Barker hosts the sports quiz. 11.15 Film 2018 The latest film reviews, news and interviews. 11.45 FILM: The Artist (2011) Comedy drama. Starring Jean Dujardin, Berenice Bejo. 1.20am Weather For The Week Ahead
6.00pm Eggheads Quiz show. 6.30 The Repair Shop 7.00 Saving Lives At Sea Documentary series following the men and women of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI). 8.00 World's Most Extraordinary Homes 9.00 The Assassination Of Gianni Versace American Crime Story Drama about the shocking true story of a manipulative, narcissistic fantasist with a fatal charm. 9.50 Live At The Apollo Series of cutting-edge stand-up comedy recorded at the Hammersmith Apollo. 10.30 Newsnight Indepth investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day's headlines with Evan Davis. 11.15 Amazing Hotels: Life Beyond The Lobby Monica Galetti and Giles Coren head to the foothills of the Swiss Alps to experience a very different type of travel - health and wellness tourism. 12.15am David Attenborough's Natural Curiosities
6.00pm ITV News Meridian 6.30 ITV Evening News 7.00 Emmerdale The Dingles face the fallout, Ross looks for support. 7.30 Coronation Street Summer's search for Billy leads her into danger. 8.00 Britain's Brightest Family Having made it through to the quarterfinals, two bright families go head to head for a place in the semifinals of the knockout quiz tournament. 8.30 Coronation Street Adam admits to plotting Billy's downfall, Tyrone's shame becomes public knowledge. 9.00 Benidorm A new Entertainments Manager position is up for grabs at the Solana and Monty needs to beat off the competition to secure the role. 10.00 ITV News at Ten 10.30 ITV News Meridian 10.45 UEFA Champions League Highlights Places in the quarterfinals of the 2018 Champions League are up for grabs! 11.45 Play To The Whistle 12.40 Jackpot247
6.00pm The Simpsons 6.30 Hollyoaks Sienna tells one of her biggest lies. 7.00 Channel 4 News 7.30 Winter Paralympics Today 8.00 The Supervet A tortoiseshell cat called Betsy has been diagnosed with a cancerous tumour on her back leg. 9.00 One Born Every Minute The awardwinning documentary series highlights the extraordinary highs and lows at Birmingham Women's Hospital maternity ward as parents' lives change forever when they welcome new babies into the world. 10.00 Damned The fearless topical comedy from Jo Brand, Morwenna Banks and Will Smith set at Elm Heath Social Services continues. 10.30 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown Jimmy Carr hosts the comedy panel show with team captains Rob Beckett and Aisling Bea. 11.35 Winter Paralympics Highlights 12.15am Winter Paralympics Live
4.30pm Six Nations: Wales V France John Inverdale presents live coverage of the conclusion to the 2018 Six Nations as Wales take on France. 7.00 BBC News 7.10 South East Today 7.20 Pointless Celebrities A special celebrity edition of the general knowledge quiz. 8.10 Casualty Rash's new-found confidence is tested by a prisoner, who also leads Gem into danger. Bea goes up against confident F1 Eddie for a coveted training course. 9.00 Troy: Fall Of A City Eight-part adaptation of Homer's classic tale. Paris is hunted by the Greeks and returns to his former life, leaving Helen without an ally in Troy just as Pandarus' investigation gathers momentum. 10.00 BBC News 10.20 Match Of The Day Highlights of the day's four Premier League games. 11.20 MOTD: FA Cup Highlights 11.50 FILM: Gambit (2012) Crime comedy. Starring Colin Firth. 1.10am Weather For The Week Ahead
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 AK Souffle Andrew Kay introduces special guests in this LGBTfocused chat show. 9.30 QTube Brighton Pride 2017: Exclusive highlights of this summer's Pride from the parade to Preston Park. 10.00 TerraPura NonLeague Show All the latest non-league football news and action from the region. 11.00 The Arun Valley Postcard Trail 11.15 FILM: Mine Own Executioner (1947) Drama. Stars Burgess Meredith, Kieron Moore, Dulcie Gray and John Laurie. A psychiatrist is tested when treating a former POW in post-war London. 1.25am FILM: The Good Die Young (1954)
6.00pm BBC News At Six 6.30 South East Today 7.00 The One Show 7.30 EastEnders Mitch continues to try and worm his way in with the Taylors. 7.57 BBC News And Regional News 8.00 MasterChef Restaurateur John Torode and fruit and veg man Gregg Wallace look for Britain's next masterchef. 9.00 Not Going Out Sitcom. Unburdened by ambition or drive, Lee drifts from one illadvised job to another, living off the goodwill and generosity of his landlady, Kate, a cleanliving Californian. 9.30 Still Game Grim Up North. Comedy series in which lifelong friends cope with everything modern life has to throw at them. 10.00 BBC News At Ten 10.30 South East Today 10.45 Question Time 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 17 6.00pm Latest News 6.30 DJ Box Get to know the world of DJing and dance music. 7.00 Football Heroes A chance to relive the careers of some of the biggest icons of football from the last 15 years. 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 Guy Lloyd's 2Minute Telly Show 10.05 FILM: Sapphire (1959) Murder mystery. Directed by Basil Dearden and stars Nigel Patrick, Yvonne Mitchell and Michael Craig. Superintendent Robert Hazard investigates a murder, which could be racially motivated. 11.55 FILM: Peyton Place (1957) Drama.
QI Friday, BBC2, 10pm Sandi Toksvig hosts the panel show where points are awarded for both correct answers and for when additional information deemed ‘quite interesting’ is volunteered. And it makes us laugh like a hyena. This week Sandi is joined by Nish Kumar, Holly Walsh, Cariad Lloyd and Alan Davies, looking at organisms.
6.00pm Hugh's Wild West Wildlife enthusiast Hugh FearnleyWhittingstall meets the creatures and nature lovers that make the West Country so special. 7.00 Amazing Hotels: Life Beyond The Lobby Monica Galetti and Giles Coren head to the foothills of the Swiss Alps. 8.00 David Attenborough's Natural Curiosities David Attenborough looks at some of nature's most curious animals. 8.30 Dad's Army The Royal Train. Classic wartime sitcom. 9.00 FILM: Suite Francaise (2014) Starring Michelle Williams, Kristin Scott Thomas, Matthias Schoenaerts. France, 1940. In the first days of occupation, beautiful Lucile Angellier is trapped in a stifled existence. 10.40 Peformance Live: Winged Bull In The Elephant Case Series with a spectrum of some of the most exciting artists working in performance today. 11.10 FILM: Defiance (2008) Thriller. Starring Daniel Craig. 1.15am Civilisations
6.00pm ITV Evening News 6.15 ITV News Meridian 6.30 You've Been Framed! Harry Hill downloads digital disasters as recorded on phones, drones, helmetcams and selfie-sticks. 7.00 Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway Ant and Dec are back for another action-packed show! 8.30 The Voice UK It's the first of the knockout shows on The Voice UK and time for 12 acts to sing for a place in the semi-finals. Coaches Jennifer Hudson, will.i.am, Sir Tom Jones and Olly Murs can pick only one act from their teams to progress in the competition, so there are some tough decisions to make. 10.30 ITV News 10.45 FILM: Fast & Furious (2009) Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Jordana Brewster. Actionadventure reboot of the Fast & Furious film franchise. Notorious highway hijacker Dominic Toretto and his former friend and FBI agent Brian O'Conner return to the streets. 12.45am Play To The Whistle
5.30pm Winter Paralympics 6.30 Channel 4 News 7.00 Penelope Keith’s Coastal Villages Penelope Keith continues her seaside journey of discovery around the coast. 8.00 Britain At Low Tide Tori Herridge explores the extraordinary stories from Britain's maritime, industrial and natural history that are revealed when the tide goes out. 9.00 FILM: Fantastic Four (2015) Starring Miles Teller, Michael B Jordan, Kate Mara and Jamie Bell. After creating a revolutionary prototype teleportation device during their childhood, Reed Richards and his friend Ben Grimm are invited to join a research institute for budding prodigies. There, under the aegis of Professor Franklin Storm, they join his grown children Johnny and Sue to work on realising Victor von Doom's Quantum Gate. 10.55 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown Irreverent take on the classic letters-andnumbers quiz. 11.55 The Inbetweeners 12.30am Winter Paralympics
6.00pm Latest News 6.30 Family, Faith and Fun Sarah Hopwood presents the happiness debate. 7.00 British Wrestling Weekly All the latest happenings from the British Wrestling Coalition. 8.00 Latest News 8.30 Brighton Album Chart Show Anthea Clarke introduces February's top 10 based on physical album sales at Brighton's cult independent record store, Resident Music. 9.00 AK Souffle Andrew Kay introduces special guests in this LGBTfocused chat show. 9.30 QTube Brighton Pride 2016: Exclusive highlights of this summer's Pride from the parade to Preston Park. 10.00 FILM: Conspiracy of Hearts (1960) Drama. Directed by Ralph Thomas. Stars Lilli Palmer, Sylvia Syms, Yvonne Mitchell & Ronald Lewis. During WW2, a Mother Superior wishes to smuggle out Jewish children from a concentration camp. 12.15am FILM: Breaking Away (1979) Comedy.
4.05pm MOTD Live: Leicester City V Chelsea Gary Lineker presents live coverage of the FA Cup quarter-final between Leicester City and Chelsea. 6.35 BBC News 6.50 South East Today 7.00 Countryfile The people and the stories at the heart of the British countryside. 8.00 Hold The Sunset Comedy. 8.30 FILM: Brooklyn (2015) Starring Saoirse Ronan, Jim Broadbent, Julie Walters, Domhnall Gleeson, Emory Cohen. Drama about an Irish immigrant who lands in 1950s Brooklyn and finds romance, before her past catches up with her and she must choose between two countries and two men. 10.10 BBC News 10.30 South East Today 10.40 Sport Relief Mile 2018 11.40 FILM: The Sentinel (2006) Starring Kiefer Sutherland. Thriller about a secret service agent who must clear his name after being framed for an unsuccessful assassination attempt. 1.20am Weather For The Week Ahead
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on 13 Commandments Sunday, Channel 4, 10.05pm What happens if you mix the TV series The Killing with the film 7even? Ta da! In Flemish with English subtitles is this gripping crime drama as a murderer is inspired by the Ten Commandments, hoping to jolt society’s conscience. Whoa.
Famously Unfit For Sports Relief Sunday, BBC2, 9pm Sometimes it’s easier for Sports Relief to pass us by a little more easily than Comic Relief, after all it’s easier to laugh from the sofa that run a Marathon. Natch. So lucky for us a few heartily unfit celebs try their hands at getting fit to inspire us! Bless their cotton socks.
The Funeral Murders Monday, BBC2, 9pm Acclaimed filmmaker Vanessa Engle turns her lens towards the dramatic and deadly series of events that took place in Belfast in March 1988. Speaking to witnesses, to those who lost family members, republicans and loyalists, and archive footage to tell the tale.
Friday 16 BBC2
6.00pm Eggheads Jeremy Vine hosts the quiz show. 6.30 The Repair Shop 7.00 Saving Lives At Sea Documentary series following the men and women of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI). 8.00 Great Continental Railway Journeys Michael Portillo retraces the journeys featured in George Bradshaw's 1913 publication Continental Guide. 9.00 Civilisations See highlights. 10.00 MOTD: The Premier League Show Gabby Logan hosts the weekly magazine programme, featuring indepth interviews with the biggest Premier League stars. 10.30 Newsnight Indepth investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day's headlines with Emily Maitlis. 11.15 Top Gear Motoring magazine featuring fast cars, banter, insane stunts, crazy challenges and serious speed. 12.15am MasterChef
6.00pm ITV News Meridian 6.30 ITV Evening News 7.00 Emmerdale Chas and Paddy face a difficult day ahead. 7.30 Undercover: Rough Sleeper - Tonight Adam Holloway goes undercover to investigate the rise of street homelessness in Britain, which is now in its seventh consecutive year of increase. 8.00 Emmerdale Debbie is backed into a corner. 8.30 The Cruise: Voyage to Alaska It's Destination Alaska as the crew of the Star Princess voyage to one of the world's last frontiers. 9.00 Four Days That Shook Britain See highlights. 10.30 ITV News at Ten 11.00 ITV News Meridian 11.15 The Last Word Current affairs series exploring issues affecting the South of England. 11.45 UEFA Europa League Highlights Highlights of the week's UEFA Europa League matches. 12.45 Lethal Weapon
6.00pm The Simpsons 6.30 Hollyoaks Adam makes a big change in his life, but may end up in hot water. Zack makes the wrong assumption. Sally and Myra admit their love for each other. 7.00 Channel 4 News 8.00 Crufts 2018 Clare Balding presents continued live coverage of Crufts 2018. The judging this evening includes the Working and Pastoral groups. There are also highlights from the Agility and Flyball competitions. 9.00 Married At First Sight Documentary series. The two couples who married at first sight enter the final four weeks of the experiment. 10.00 The Job Interview Documentary series. Good Housekeeping are looking for a junior product tester to work at their state-of-the-art Good Housekeeping Institute. 11.05 Gogglebox Comedy TV review series in which viewers share commentaries from the comfort of their sofas. 12.10am Seven Year Switch
6.00pm Latest News 6.30 The Vote Guests from the world of politics discuss local and national issues. 7.00 Under The Radar Paul and Jeff show videos. 7.30 Brighton Album Chart Show February's top 10 based on physical album sales at Resident Music. 8.00 Latest News 8.30 Live From the Roadee Live music from the Roadee - a mobile recording studio. 9.00 Tales From The Margins Extra Professor Rainer Schulze presents a special episode looking at the 32nd Teddy Award from the Berlin International Film Festival. 10.00 FILM: Charlie's Letters (2017) Drama based on the experiences of director Elliott Hasler's greatgrandfather during World War Two - and the family eagerly waiting for news back home. 11.30 FILM: Women of Twilight (1952) Drama. 1.15am FILM: Carnival of Souls (1962)
6.00pm BBC News At Six 6.30 South East Today 7.00 The One Show 7.30 MasterChef Restaurateur John Torode and fruit and veg man Gregg Wallace look for Britain's next masterchef. 7.57 BBC News And Regional News 8.00 EastEnders Keegan is stunned when he hears a shocking truth about the past. Patrick tries to get Ted to open up. 8.30 Room 101 Game show meets talk show sees Frank Skinner refereeing three celebrities each week as they compete to banish their top peeves. 9.00 Requiem Supernatural thriller. 10.00 BBC News At Ten 10.25 South East Today 10.35 The Young Offenders 11.05 FILM: Shanghai Knights (2003) Starring Jackie Chan, Owen Wilson. Anachronistic comedy sequel to Shanghai Noon. 12.55am Weather For The Week Ahead
6.00pm Eggheads Quiz show. 6.30 The Repair Shop 7.00 Saving Lives At Sea Documentary series following the men and women of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI). 8.00 Mastermind Four contestants are interrogated on a chosen subject, plus a general knowledge round. 8.30 Gardeners' World 9.00 Pilgrimage: The Road To Santiago Seven people living in the public eye say goodbye to their hectic lives, don backpacks and walking boots, and set out on the famous Camino de Santiago pilgrimage. In this episode, Neil Morrissey, Debbie McGee, Ed Byrne, Heather Small, Kate Bottley, Raphael Rowe and JJ Chalmers arrive in Biarritz. 10.00 QI See highlights. 10.30 Newsnight 11.05 The Assassination Of Gianni Versace American Crime Story Drama. 11.55 Hitchcock's Shower Scene: 78/52 1.20am Civilisations
6.00pm ITV News Meridian 6.30 ITV Evening News 7.00 Emmerdale Debbie is worried. 7.30 Coronation Street Josh and David hit the town together. 8.00 Love Your Garden Phillips, Woking. Alan Titchmarsh and his team come to the aid of a Falklands veteran and his wife who need help turning their barren back garden into a planting paradise. 8.30 Coronation Street Josh takes a drunken David back to his flat. 9.00 Lethal Weapon Wreck the Halls It's Christmas time and the Murtaugh family are headed to Hawaii! However, Murtaugh's vacation is put on hold when he and Riggs are called to a homicide and the victim is an old friend. 10.00 ITV News at Ten 10.30 ITV News Meridian 10.45 FILM: The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift (2006) Lucas Black, Nathalie Kelley, Bow Wow. Action sequel. 12.45 Jackpot247
6.00pm The Simpsons 6.30 Hollyoaks Darcy makes an announcement to the Osbornes, but they're not happy. 7.00 Channel 4 News 7.30 Winter Paralympics Today 8.00 Scrufts: Britain’s Favourite Dog Alan Carr follows the amazing stories of the six crossbreed dogs in the semi-finals of the Scruffts Family Crossbreed Dog of the Year competition. 9.00 Gogglebox The biggest and best TV moments of the week get their weekly grilling from Britain's sharpest armchair critics. 10.00 The Last Leg The live, joyous, topical comedy extravaganza hosted by Adam Hills, Alex Brooker and Josh Widdicombe. 11.05 Winter Paralympics Highlights Clare Balding and Jonnie Peacock review Day 7's action, including the performances of Owen Pick, Ben Moore and James BarnesMiller in the banked slalom snowboarding. 12.15am Winter Paralympics Live
Monday 19 BBC2
5.45pm FILM: Catch Me If You Can (2002) Starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hanks, Christopher Walken. True crime story about a teenage con man. 8.00 Top Gear Matt LeBlanc tests the world's fastest accelerating car, with a little help from NASA. Chris Harris pens a heartfelt love letter to the Citroen 2CV. 9.00 Famously Unfit For Sports Relief See highlights. 10.00 The Mash Report With robust reporting and up-to-the-minute analysis, Nish Kumar and a team of hilarious correspondents keep you up to date with everything. 10.30 Top Gear: Extra Gear In this week's instalment, the team go behind the scenes of the Kia Stinger film. 10.55 Women's Six Nations Highlights A look back at the latest action from the Women's Six Nations. 11.25 Being Blacker Documentary telling the story of the renowned reggae record shop owner and music producer Blacker Dread. 12.55am Question Time
6.00pm Paul O'Grady: For the Love of Dogs Paul O'Grady meets Visu, an eight-year-old shih-tzu whose owner was too ill to look after him. 6.30 ITV Evening News 6.45 ITV News Meridian 7.00 Celebrity Catchphrase Host Stephen Mulhern and Mr Chips are on board for this very special celebrity edition of Catchphrase. 8.00 The Durrells Drama series based on Gerald Durrell's Corfu memoirs. When the family find out that Leslie has three different girlfriends, Louisa takes it upon herself to help him decide who to pick. 9.00 The Good Karma Hospital Hospital drama series set in southern India. Ruby encounters new challenges as a blistering heatwave hits Kerala and Lydia decides that Ruby is ready for her first solo night shift. 10.05 ITV News. 10.20 Peston on Sunday Political magazine show. 11.15 Six Nations Highlights Highlights from the final weekend's matches. 12.10am Marcella
5.15pm The Great Celebrity Bake Off For Stand Up To Cancer 6.30 Channel 4 News 7.00 Britain’s Polar Bear Cub With unprecedented access, this one-off special goes behind the scenes at the RZSS Highland Wildlife Park in Scotland to follow the extraordinary efforts that culminated in the birth of Britain's first polar bear cub for 25 years. 8.00 Escape To The Chateau Dick and Angel Strawbridge continue their adventures in France for a fourth series. It's three years since they swapped their flat in Southend for a dilapidated 19th century chateau in the Loire. 9.00 Homeland Carrie puts a plan in motion and Saul visits a source. Meanwhile, Keane makes a desperate plea. 10.05 13 Commandments See highlights. 11.00 FILM: Solace (2015) Anthony Hopkins, Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Colin Farrell star in a paranormal crime thriller from Brazilian director Afonso Poyart. 12.55am The Last Leg
6.00pm Latest News 6.30 The Vote Guests from the world of politics discuss local and national issues. 7.00 TerraPura NonLeague Show All the latest non-league football news and action from the region. 8.00 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. 8.30 Brighton Lights Jamie Walker presents a roundup of the week's must-see events in Brighton, Hove and beyond. 9.00 Tales From The Margins Extra This Little Father Obsession (2016) Directed by Selim Mourad. A man confronts his own sexuality while taking his father on a quest inside their family tree. 10.00 Because We Did Not Choose Documentary looking at the journey made by the labourers from North East India to the front during the first World War. 12.00am FILM: Deliver Us (2017) Short Horror.
6.00pm 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 Alex Jones. 7.30 Panorama 7.57 BBC News And Regional News 8.00 EastEnders Another visit to the residents of Albert Square. 8.30 Classic Mary Berry 9.00 MasterChef Restaurateur John Torode and fruit and veg man Gregg Wallace look for Britain's next masterchef. 10.00 BBC News At Ten 10.30 South East Today 10.45 Imagine... Andrew Lloyd Webber: Memories Andrew Lloyd Webber has reigned over musical theatre for nearly five decades and delighted millions worldwide with hit shows. To mark his 70th year, Lloyd Webber has written an autobiography. Alan Yentob talks to Andrew about the book, his bohemian childhood and the memories he's chosen to reveal. 12.15am Have I Got A Bit More Old News For You
6.00pm Eggheads Quiz show. 6.30 The Repair Shop 7.00 Top Gear Matt LeBlanc tests the world's fastest accelerating car, with a little help from NASA. 8.00 Only Connect Quiz show presented by Victoria Coren Mitchell. 8.30 University Challenge Quiz series for students. 9.00 The Funeral Murders See highlights. 10.00 QI Oceans. Sandi Toksvig looks at the oceans. Tune in to hear one publisher's suggestion for a radical improvement to Moby Dick. With Aisling Bea, Joe Lycett, David Mitchell and Alan Davies. 10.30 Newsnight Indepth investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day's headlines with Emily Maitlis. 11.15 Pilgrimage: The Road To Santiago Seven people living in the public eye say goodbye to their hectic lives, don backpacks and walking boots, and set out on the famous Camino de Santiago pilgrimage. 12.15am Taking On Putin - Panorama
6.00pm ITV News Meridian 6.30 ITV Evening News 7.00 Emmerdale Bernice vows to expose the truth, Pete struggles to contain his anger, and Bob is unsettled by Brenda's plans. 7.30 Coronation Street David is sickened by the events of last night, Steve advises Ali to swallow his pride, and Leanne feels left behind by Toyah and Eva. 8.00 The Kyle Files Jeremy Kyle investigates the UK's rising obsession with how we look. 8.30 Coronation Street Josh's lack of remorse astounds David, Robert and Steve tackle Ali together, and Leanne's presence thwarts Toyah and Eva. 9.00 Marcella Marcella learns the horrifying truth about the scale of the killer's crimes when she discovers the murderer's lair. 10.00 ITV News at Ten 10.35 ITV News Meridian 10.50 100 Years Younger in 21 Days 11.45 The Kyle Files 12.15am Jackpot247
6.00pm The Simpsons 6.30 Hollyoaks Luke and Mandy prepare for their trip to Florida but could Luke's past habits cause a problem? 7.00 Channel 4 News 8.00 The Truth About Your Pay: Dispatches Dispatches investigates how companies could artificially close their gender pay gap. Reporter Tazeen Ahmad reveals how the figures companies present to the government may not always be what they seem. 8.30 Food Unwrapped Food Unwrapped reveals more secrets about the food we eat. 9.00 24 Hours In Police Custody The Bafta Award-nominated series that follows Bedfordshire Police's detective work around the clock returns for a new run. 10.00 Electric Dreams: Kill All Others Mel Rodriguez (Last Man on Earth, Getting On) and Vera Farmiga (Bates Motel, The Departed) star in the final episode in the sci-fi anthology series. 11.05 One Killer Punch 12.05am Seven Year Switch
Hip Hop to the Top, Andrew Kay talks exclusively to Brightonian Liam Francis about his career - from Little Mix to Rambert.