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FREE 10 – 16 July 2018 Issue 887

THE CITY’S WEEKLY LIFESTYLE AND BUSINESS MAGAZINE

GORDON’S ALIVE! Brian Blessed exclusive interview MAKE A SPLASH What’s happening at the Saltdean Lido

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5 | BRIAN BLESSED INTERVIEW

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Blackadder king, animal rights advocate, adventurer, Brian Blessed speaks to Victoria Nangle ahead of his Theatre Royal Brighton show

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Blessed life

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t’s only a couple of weeks until Brian Blessed is in town, booming “GORDON’S ALIVE!” and sharing tales of theatrical and exploratory adventures. When we called to speak with him for this week’s interview (p5) he was in the middle of helping an injured neighbour get a car to the hospital. No life­pedestrian here, he also declared he would swim for an hour in the Brighton sea before his forthcoming show, and that he was also looking forward to guesting again on BBC Radio 4’s Infinite Monkey Cage for their special 100th episode edition. “It’s the two Brians!”, he extorted, referencing the show’s co­host Brian Cox. As an adventurer in every sense you could possibly think of, with an Agatha Christie play he has directed just outside Leeds currently picking up great crowds (“it’s very romantic, she wrote it with her husband in mind”), and a hungry interest in the colonisation of Mars – he’s a bit of an inspiration as to how to live now, let alone at the grand age of 81. We’re also really chuffed to be featuring the history of the Saltdean Lido (p11) in our pages. Looking back at where it’s come from, and forward to where it will be, gathering together communities tirelessly campaigning for this beautiful Art Deco space to be available to all for its original purpose – and much more too. Who would think you’d find a library at the Lido? Plus there’s all of our regular tips on where to eat, what to see going out, and the highlights of what shows are making their way onto your television set.

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Julia Donaldson's Tidddler & Other Terrific Tales entertain the family, Elf Lyons headlines laughs in a faraway land at Goat Comedy, author Matt Haig discusses anxiety, close up magic, and more

7 | DINES OUT Andrew Kay says viva Mexican food – at La Choza

11 | STYLES FIELD LAUNCH Amazing new development in Lewes with Oakley New Homes

12 | NOW & THEN Andy Garth: Here comes Summer

12 | PUBLIC NOTICES Announcements from businesses across the city

13 | PROJECT BRIGHTON Saltdean Lido has had a remarkable life, from war efforts to church rooms, and battles of its own to get heritage status.

14 | HOMES ACROSS OUR REGION A wide range of homes to rent or buy from page 14

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BRIAN BLESSED

Blackadder king, animal rights advocate, adventurer, Grampy Rabbit – Brian Blessed has many hats – even potential space man! He speaks to Victoria Nangle about his Flash Gordon catchphrase legacy and proper love of Brighton ahead of his show at the end of July. You seem to have quite a lot of adventures going on around you. No, no, no – it’s fairly placid. I’ve got about five acres, I’ve got chooks, I’ve got hens, ponies that I save etcetera – it’s idyllic. I love gardening so I’ve got an acre of garden that I garden mostly myself, and one’s got a Buddhist garden, a South American garden – all reflecting my adventures – and an English garden etcetera. It all looks lovely. And there I am sitting now with my two Jack Russells wrapped around my ankle. That does sound idyllic. It sounds like it’s very much like the atmosphere you get in Brighton. Yes, I suppose it is. Are you looking forward to your show in Brighton? Well I am because I love Brighton. But I’ve always found being by the sea and sunning there… and nearby in Kemp Town – it’s Kemp Town isn’t it? Yes. One of my great judo teachers, called Joe Robinson – undefeated world champion – used to teach me judo. And I’d go down to Kemp Town, I’d do some judo with him, and then we’d go running along the beach. I’ve always found Brighton & Hove to be just

one of the best places on Earth. Does that mean that you’re likely to bring your own particular stories to the show about Brighton? Oh yes indeed. The stories about me – and people talking about me. Everywhere I go

inside.” And I went inside and I addressed the whole of the cabinet. “Please say it.” “GORDON’S ALIVE!” He said: “That’ll wake the cludbuckers up, Mr Blessed.” So, prime ministers, taxi drivers, grocers, everywhere I go. Tomorrow I’m going to

“ I’d go down to Kemp Town, I’d do

some judo with him, and then we’d go running along the beach. ” everybody shouts: “Gordon’s alive”. You know what I’m talking about? I do. I very much do. I mean I cannot go into the street, I can’t go to the West End (without being asked)… I went to Number Ten a little while ago. Well, it wasn’t that long ago, it was David Cameron – he was the prime minister. I walked in there, just outside Number Ten, in the summer, to go in with lots of other adventurers and climbers, we were going in there to save elephants. And he met me outside: “Ohhh! What are you doing here?” I said: “We’re going upstairs to the fourth floor.” “Oh are you? Please come

Leeds, because I’m a Yorkshireman, it’s my one man show there. But I was somewhere a short while ago, and I got a bigger applause by saying that I was Grampy Rabbit in Peppa Pig. I was going to ask you about that. have you got a whole new generation of people asking for different phrases? Everywhere I go, because of Peppa Pig. Grampy Rabbit shouts – because he runs a lighthouse, and so the boats don’t crash into the rocks he then shouts “HALT!”. And that stops the boats from crashing onto the rocks. So I shall be talking about Grampy Rabbit of course. I shall be talking about all of my

action, and my film career, and I shall talk about my adventures, and Mount Everest, and being the oldest man to go up without oxygen etcetera. And when I went up the North Pole, the oldest man to reach the North Pole, and all my different adventures – and I’ll be giving a touch of theatricality as well. I look forward to it in Brighton as I’ll be very happy and cheerful – it’ll go down a storm! The Brighton people are always cheerful and lovely in the whole area. So I’m looking forward to it. We’re in a bit of a dark age at the moment, despite the wonderful weather – so it’ll be an evening of hope, and cheerfulness, and laughter, and gravity. And I shall be talking about space – one of my biggest loves in life is space. And that you’ll know I’m working with Skylog. I’ve flown 900 hours in the last two years, now fully witnessed on Union Island in the pacific, and now I’m a fully trained cosmonaut. Crikey. So I’ll be talking about all that! I’ll be telling stories about that and about all the risks and so forth. An Evening With Brian Blessed, Theatre Royal Brighton, Sunday 29 July, 7pm, £29.15, www.atgtickets.com

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BRIGHTON LIGHTS W H AT TO D O I N T H E C I T Y

STAGE Tidddler & Other Terrific Tales

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n a world dominated by computers, tablets and smart phones, where entertainment is of the stop start and rewind variety, surely we must introduce our younger generations to the delights of live theatre – and what could be better than this? After enchanting audiences in the West End and all over the world, Tiddler will be swimming to Brighton next month. Prepare to go under the sea, out on the farm and into the jungle, as four terrific tales are brought to life on stage with live music, puppetry and a whole host of colourful characters from the best loved titles: Tiddler, Monkey Puzzle, The Smartest Giant in Town and A Squash and a Squeeze. Funky moves, toe tapping tunes and giggles are guaranteed. Tiddler and other Terrific Tales weaves together four stories by Julia Donaldson, the multi award­winning author of some of the world's best loved children's books, most notably the modern classic The Gruffalo which has sold over 13 million copies worldwide. Julia is best known for her popular rhyming stories for children, especially

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those illustrated by Axel Scheffler, which include Zog, Stick Man and Room on the Broom. Tiddler and other Terrific Tales

“ Funky moves, toe tapping tunes and giggles!!! ” is directed by Sally Cookson, with music and lyrics by Benji Bower, design by Katie Sykes, lighting design by Elanor Higgins and musical direction by Brian Hargreaves. The Puppetry and Associate Director is Chris Pirie and the Associate Director is Georgia Green. The cast features Maryam Grace, Anna Larkin and Alex Tosh. Tiddler & Other Terrific Tales is produced by Freckle Productions, who fire the hearts and minds as well as the imaginations of the young experiencing theatre for the very first time, but also changing the awareness of what performance can be for regular followers. For ages 3+ Running time: 1 hour Mon 20 Aug, 1.30 & 4.30pm Tues 21 Aug, 10.30am, 1.30 & 4.30 pm www.atgtickets.com/brighton 0844 8717650

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Edinburgh Award Best Show nominee Elf Lyons headlines the Chortle Awards 2018 Best Club Night in the South winner – Goat Comedy. A meeting of the acclaimed! Goat Comedy takes you away to a distant land (this season we are in the jungle) with skits between sets, and support from excellent rising comics. Book ahead. The Southern Belle, Friday 13 July, 7.30pm, £5

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Robin Ince and John­Luke Roberts sharing a double bill can’t get lost in the crowd of previews this season. Ince is a veteran of comedy and a constant mind explorer (as heard on Infinite Monkey Cage). Roberts is co­founder of the Alternative Comedy Memorial Society, pushing boundaries. Magic. Caroline Of Brunswick, Wednesday 11 July, 7.30pm, £10/7

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Rates of anxiety are rising – hardly surprising with the world going mad and throwing shocking news at us with all the care of a kid in a food fight. Bestselling author Matt Haig, after years of anxiety and panic attacks, presents Notes On A Nervous Planet – a personal look at how to feel happy, human and whole in the 21st century. Ropetackle, Tuesday 10 July, 7pm, £8

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Summer is here! And for our next amazing feat – an intimate evening of close­up magic, trickery and sleight of hand featuring a world class magician from The Magic Circle. Chris Wood: The Close Up Show is suitable for all the family, although it is advised that 80 minutes of concentration is a big ask for those aged 10 and under. The Hawth, Saturday 14 July, 7pm, £18.50

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ANDREW KAY

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La Choza

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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

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orget chilli con carne, Mexican food as we know it in this country is changing, and for the better. Much as we might love a bowl of rice, mince and beans, the team at La Choza know that the city is ready for something else and they proved it last week with a gastronomic tour of the country cooked by their very young and very talented chef. I started the evening with a margarita, a hefty one too. It was the way to go and certainly a good foils to octopus and fresh mango ceviche. I love ceviche and this was exemplary, sharp, clean and gently fiery, the octopus as tender as chicken breast and the whole simply delicious. Next a jalapeño stuffed with smokey pork and fried in an egg white coating before being topped with cheese and a rustic tomato sauce. Complicated maybe but certainly worth every process. It was big in every sense, size and flavour, and I could eat it again and again. Mole sauce is one of the most feted of Mexican dishes and incredibly complicated when made from scratch, which is what this was. And served with duck leg it was a fascinating combination of flavours balanced with a traditional rice dish. The leg was complex to navigate with knife and fork but once done it was succulent and very tasty indeed, and there was plenty of it too. So much so that the promise of a steak course to follow was perhaps a little daunting. This dish came with a Montelobos Mezcal lime margarita with a chilli rim, truly delicious. The steak was beef skirt as I know, or hanger or onglet as it is often called, and it is a tasty cut, but as with all the tastier cuts less tender. But for the full flavour it is definitely worth it and the marinade of beer, lime and garlic was a vibrant addition. So too was the freshly made corn tortilla, radish and chimichirri salsa additions. We finished with a tres leche cake which we all sat and raved about. If Mexican make trifle this must be it, a comforting mountain of sweet deliciousness that put smiles on all of our faces. This came with a shot (or two) of El Jimador reposado tequila, a stunning, in many senses, end to a fascinating and fun evening in great company.

Chaula’s, Lewes

“ A fascinating and fun evening – delicious ”

La Choza, 36 Gloucester Rd, Brighton, BN1 4AQ. 01273 945926, lachoza.co.uk

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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

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STYLES FIELD BROCHURE LAUNCH Amazing new development in Lewes with Oakley New Homes

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fter much anticipation Oakley Property are thrilled to be able to announce that on Tuesday 17 July the brochure for Styles Field will be released at an open event at The Depot, Lewes, between 4pm – 8pm. Styles Field is a unique development of a total of 25 homes which contain sixteen contemporary 2, 3 and 4 bedroom houses, seven 2 bedroom apartments and two 3 bedroom duplexes. All of the homes come with a selection of either a garden, terrace and or a balcony. All properties benefit from secured underground parking with a gated entrance. David Beaken, director of Oakley Property, commented: “In all the years I

“ I have been lucky enough to visit Styles Field on several occasions and it is truly impressive. ”

have worked in the business I don’t think I have witnessed such a buzz around a new development. We have had people registering interest since the first spade went in the ground, and we now have over 300 people waiting for a brochure and details on pricing. With this in mind we have decided to hold a brochure event. This is an opportunity for people to pick up a brochure, discuss pricing and talk about Styles Field in more detail. We will have a large display stand and samples available, which should help people get a real feel for how the development is going to look and what it will offer.” Styles Field is perfectly positioned in the centre of Lewes, just off Friars Walk. Lewes mainline train station is less than 500

meters away with regular trains going to Brighton – 16 minutes, London Victoria – 65 minutes, Gatwick – 31 minutes and Haywards Heath – 16 minutes. The Bus Station is less than 200 meters away with services to Brighton, Ringmer, Uckfield, Seaford, Royal Tunbridge Wells and beyond. Styles Field is minutes away from the historic Lewes High Street which offers a fine selection of independent shops, restaurants and bars, as well as a plethora of antique stores for which Lewes is famous for! Other local points of interest are Pells Pool, Southover Grange with its beautiful gardens, The South Downs Way, and of course Lewes Castle sitting proudly in the middle of town. David Beaken continued, “I have been lucky enough to visit Styles Field on several occasions and it is truly impressive. I think what hits you first is the views. The elevated nature of Styles Field means you have the most wonderful views across Lewes, towards The South Downs and Lewes Golf Club. Styles Field homes are superbly laid out and even at the earliest stage of construction it was great to see how much open space there will be. In the South Court homes they feature open ceiling spaces in certain rooms which are really impressive and will make for superb living areas.” The internal specification of Styles Field is lovely. The kitchens are from Keller with solid World Of Stone worktops. There are integrated Neff appliances including induction hob, double ovens in the houses and single ovens in the apartments, microwaves, extractor hoods, dishwashers and fridge/freezers. The bathroom fittings are Duravit and Vado and offer a contemporary bath and shower with

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Durastone trays and Merlin shower screens. All of the houses come with a 10 year BLP new home warranty and fitted security system.

The team from Oakley Property would like to invite you to The Depot, Pinwell Road, Lewes, BN7 2JS between 4pm – 8pm on Tuesday July 17. This is your opportunity to receive a brochure and discuss Styles Field in more detail. For further information please contact Oakley on 01273 487444, email lewes@oakleyproperty.com or visit www.stylesfield.co.uk.

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NOW & THEN Andy Garth: Here comes Summer

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o, it’s hot, sticky and the beaches are packed. Every time the heat becomes unbearable, all the newspapers, local and nationally seem to show a picture of Brighton’s beaches and how full they are. Now I wouldn’t mind but I’m sure if you look carefully the photos they use are stock pictures which may well have been

“ An old style tourist

activity commonly known as Goat Carts ”

taken some years ago! Which is why I am this week showing pictures of years ago on the beach and an old style tourist activity commonly known as Goat Carts, which were part of the

seafront scene in the early part of the 20th century and catered for children to have a trot along the prom pulled by a goat. Not sure about it for myself but was probably quite good fun. The second photo is a picked beach close to the Hove Brighton border around 1911 with not only the beach huts, but tent­like bathing chalets that could be hired for a fee and erected by an attendant to keep one’s modesty when changing for a dip. In the background you can see the magnificent old 2 Bedford Hotel, which unfortunately burned down in the 1960s. Finally our next Auction is to be held on Tuesday 31 July at Aldrington Church Hall Glebe Villas Hove, starting at 8pm with viewing either from 6.30pm at the venue or at Robert (Mr Postcard) Jeeves’ shop

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PROJECT BRIGHTON Saltdean Lido has had a remarkable life, from war efforts to church rooms, and battles of its own to get heritage status. A fantastic history, with more in store as the future looks bright

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esigned by the architect RWJ Jones, Saltdean Lido is the only Grade II listed coastal lido in the country. Built between 1937 and 1938, the lido has a unique and distinctive streamlined 30’s style. Named by English Heritage as one of the Seven Wonders of The English Seaside it is also listed on the organisation's ‘Buildings at Risk’ Register. Along with its sister modernist building, the Ocean Hotel at the top of Longridge Avenue, the lido was designed to be the centrepiece of Saltdean’s seafront and elevate Saltdean’s status in the competitive 1930s British holiday industry. After its May 1938 opening, Saltdean Lido enjoyed just three summer seasons before ‘The Battle of Britain’ forced the lido to close its doors. The building went on to play a vital role in the Second World War; in 1941, it was requisitioned by the National Fire Service – who also requisitioned the lido’s sister building, the Ocean Hotel. The lido was used as a water tank, and the grounds were used by instructors and fire officers for training exercises. It was during this period that the lido’s iconic neon­lit Art Deco sign was taken down and lost.

“ The building went on to play a vital role in the Second World War ” Although the pool was closed to the public at this time, an alternative role was found for its changing rooms. Sister McLaughlin, from Kemp Town, Brighton, petitioned the council to have the Lido’s wings sanctified for religious use. Its male changing rooms were used for church services and the female changing rooms became a Sunday School. After church services ceased, the once iconic ‘beacon of modernism’, lay derelict for decades. In July 1964, due to mounting pressure from the community, the LATEST TV | VIRGIN MEDIA 159 | FREEVIEW CHANNEL 7

Lido was re­opened. This time benefiting from a complete restoration by Brighton Council, who also extended the building with a new community centre and library. After 30 years, the pool closed again, due to mounting maintenance costs. In 1997 it was believed an answer had been found when a group of businessmen took on the site and made remedial repairs. However, the leaseholder then revealed plans to close the pool forever. The Save Saltdean Lido Campaign was set up in March 2010 by residents after plans were announced to develop the site to create 125 apartments. In March 2011 an application from the Save Saltdean Lido Campaign to English Heritage to upgrade the building’s status to Grade II* was successful. Later the same year the lido was added to the English Heritage ‘Buildings at Risk’ Register. The lido lease was returned to Brighton & Hove City Council (BHCC) in May 2012. In October 2012, with the lido safe from residential development, the Saltdean Lido CIC (the CIC) was set up with the core objective to provide a sustainable future for Saltdean Lido, and in December 2013 BHCC announced that the CIC had won the tender to take on a 63­year lease of the site. The renovation of the Lido has been split into two phases. Phase 1 completed in 2017 saw the main swimming pool and children's pool re­open to the public. Phase 2 (subject to funding) will see the main building restored back to its former glory with a cafe/restaurant/events space, community spaces and library (subject to funding from the council). The lido wouldn’t be open at all, however, if it wasn’t due the army of volunteers who help fundraise, work the events and sit on the CIC Board. The most recent fundraising phase smashed expectations, hitting it’s target with a couple of weeks to spare. However, there is still a long way to go to secure the future of the lido, but it is anticipated that if all the funding needed is secured during 2018 that the building will re­open by 2021. https://saltdeanlido.org/

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Walnut Tree Cottage, The Street, East Preston

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SNEAK PEEKS

The game of the name

LTV news man Guy Lloyd switches it up

The Great British Germ Hunt

W

hat’s in a title? Some telly programme titles went through a period of shouting exactly which channel they had been pitching for. Everyone remembers the time of The Boy Whose Face Looks Like Porridge and The Girl With Twelve Legs. Yes I’ve just made them up, but we all know there was a time when titles like that would either signify they were on Channel 5 or the latest David Walliams book cover.

“ ITV programme titles tend to

sound as if they really just want to be headlines in the Daily Mail ”

The BBC’s shows tend to be a bit more “jolly hockey sticks”, saying exactly what they are in the case of stalwarts like The Antiques Roadshow. Or more often simply taking their naming habits from publishing – usually the drama they’ve most recently adapted like last week’s launch of Picnic At Hanging Rock, the original of which is still the most unsettling thing I’ve ever seen on a small screen. ITV programme titles tend to sound as if they really just want to be headlines in the Daily Mail weekend supplement. Long Lost Family: What Happened Next, Paul O’Grady: For The Love Of Dogs, Violent Britain: Drugs, Knives and Gangs... Mystique, your home is not here. And Channel 4. I like that you shouldn’t ever jump to conclusions with the hints of these titles. The Great British Germ Hunt starts this week and could be anything from a nationwide manhunt reality show to a pastiche on the Bake Off explaining how healthy bacterias are in many things that we eat. It’s neither – Kate Quilton explores the invisible world of a very specific germ, involving a nationwide swabathon, testing music festival goers’ resilience, and two ordinary Brits are given the Everyman treatment. Also starting this week on C4 are Inside Alton Towers and Anti­Social Media. It’s something of a delight that there are no further clues about either of these shows, mixing the channel’s propensity to simply hint with its titles with the knowledge that it likes a bit of zeitgeist. Simplify your viewing habits, judge a book by its cover, try a different channel. Even if it’s only from time to time. The Great British Germ Hunt; Wednesday, Channel 4, 8pm Inside Alton Towers; Thursday, Channel 4, 9pm Anti­Social Media; Thursday, Channel 4, 11.05pm

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t’s been a strange week for me in the glamourous world of television. You’re probably used to seeing me on Latest TV news as the main presenter and anchor man (other rhyming names are available) but this week, hop over to the other channel and you may see me displaying my cooking skills to the nation. That’s right, you can see me every weekday night this week on Channel 4’s, Come Dine With Me. Now I’ve done reality TV before (Google ‘Vince Venus on BGT’ if you want to laugh out loud) and I’ve been on the books of this cooking show for years. A work colleague first put me forward, unbeknownst to me, around 10 years ago. I warily said yes, agreed for them to pop down for an interview and before you know it, I had a camera crew from Channel 4 asking me questions like, ‘who do you not get on with?’ (Tories and Arsenal fans) and, ‘what would you cook?’ (beans?).

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together and I would be hosting the first dinner party ” I didn’t get the gig but the production team keep your details and keep encouraging you to come on the show. I tried one more time and then on the third and final ‘application’ they let me in. Then they told me I had a week to get a recipe together and that I would be hosting the first dinner party with four other random Brighton folk (one turned out to be from Horsham). PANIC. SHEER PANIC. My wife and I drafted up a Mexican three­course meal and then we got to work on making the house look presentable. I quite like the squat look but my wife takes more pride in these things. For me, the panic really set in, when the taxis pulled up outside my house and I was about to spend five dinner parties in a row, with four strangers. Who will they be? Will they be a good bunch or really annoying? Will I know any of them? Will they like my cooking? I didn’t really care about that last one but it was daunting thinking about spending 10­14 hours a day with four random folk, all signed up for this bizarre experience. Anyway, I’m not allowed to say much about the show. You’ll have to watch it. But I’m glad I signed up. And I haven’t moved in to the world of chefing.


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6.00am Scotland Yard The case of a murder which baffled the police of two countries. 6.35 FILM: Down Among The Z Men 1952. Comedy. 8.00 FILM: Those People Next Door 1953. Drama. 9.35 FILM: Gasbags 1941. Comedy. 11.10 FILM: Sky West & Crooked 1966. Drama. 1.15pm FILM: The Limping Man 1953. Crime. 2.45 FILM: Rooney 1958. Comedy. 4.30 Burke's Law During Chinese New Year celebrations, a body is found concealed in a car. 5.30 Under The Radar Paul and Jeff present music by Darwin Deez, The Doors, Killing Joke and Bushman Brothers.

6.00am Scotland Yard A crime in London's dockland baffles the police. 6.35 FILM: Our Girl Friday 1953. Comedy. 8.05 FILM: The Delavine Affair 1955. Crime drama. 9.20 FILM: Three Men In A Boat 1956. Comedy. 11.10 FILM: Master Spy 1964. Drama. 12.35pm FILM: Ferry to Hong Kong 1958. Adventure. 2.50 FILM: The Square Ring 1953. Drama. 4.30 Burke's Law When investigating a murder case, autopsy reveal the first indications of the victim's busy secret life. 5.30 Under The Radar Paul and Jeff present a covers special with music by Rev-Co, Take That, Limp Bizkit, Olivia Newton John and Sex Pistols. 6.00 Latest News 6.25 World Cup Latest 6.30 Democracy Now! Politics and discussion from the USA. 7.00 Best of Brighton Lights Richard Shayler takes a cheeky look back at Latest TV's magazine programme Brighton Lights. 7.30 Best of Brighton Lights 8.00 Latest News 8.25 World Cup Latest 8.30 The Easy Riders As their road trip reaches its final leg, Danny John-Jules and the boys limber up with a bit of yoga before heading to their final destination in Valencia. 9.00 AK Souffle 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 Under The Radar Paul and Jeff present a covers special with music by Rev-Co, Take That, Limp Bizkit, and Sex Pistols. 10.30 Four Men and a Dog... ...The Finnish Line. A family take their Finnish Lapphund on a 3,000 mile round road trip. 11.15 FILM: House on Haunted Hill 1959. Horror. 12.50am FILM: The League of Gentlemen 1960. Crime drama.

6.00am Scotland Yard A ballistics expert tracks down the killer of a widow's fiance. 6.35 FILM: Greed of William Hart 1950. Horror. 8.05 FILM: Freedom To Die 1961. Crime drama. 9.20 FILM: Love Me Tender 1956. Drama. 11.05 FILM: Esther Waters 1948. Drama. 1.15pm FILM: 13 East Street 1952. Drama. 2.25 FILM: The Glass Mountain 1949. Drama. 4.30 Burke's Law Burke's old flame is a suspect for the murder of Socialite equestrian William Henry Otis IV. 5.30 Under The Radar Paul and Jeff present music by Jah Wobble, Charles Mingus Quintet, Porcupine Tree and The Stranglers.

Monday 16

6.00 Latest News 6.25 World Cup Latest Steve Hopper reports from Russia with all the latest news and views from the World Cup. 6.30 The Vote Guests from the world of politics discuss local and national issues. 7.00 Millionaires' Row From penthouse to pool, take an exclusive tour of exceptional, outstanding, and unique dream houses. 7.30 Live From The Roadee Showcasing the best in local Brighton music, all recorded in the Roadee - a mobile recording studio. 8.00 Latest News 8.25 World Cup Latest 8.30 Digital Nation The best of Local TV from across the UK. 9.00 AK Souffle 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 The Loft Sessions Music and arts show featuring live performances and chat in front of a live studio audience. 11.00 FILM: Port of New York 1949. Film noir. 12.40am FILM: Esther Waters 1948. Drama.

Friday 13

Saturday 14

Sunday 15

6.00am Scotland Yard An inspector sets out to prove that a blind man murdered his wife's lover. 6.35 FILM: Carry On Admiral 1957. Comedy. 8.15 FILM: Blackout 1950. Crime noir. 9.40 FILM: The Southerner 1945. Drama. 11.30 FILM: Stranger In Town 1957. Drama. 1.00pm FILM: Man From Tangier 1957. Drama. 2.20 FILM: Hobson's Choice 1954. Drama. 4.30 Burke's Law 1964. Who Killed Annie Foran? Directed by Lewis Allen. Stars Gene Barry, Gary Conway & Regis Toomey. Party girl, Annie Foran, is found strangled in the back seat of a customer's car. 17.30 Under The Radar Paul and Jeff present music by Bunny Wailer, Lee Scratch Perry, Mad Professor and Marty Dread and Steel Pulse. 6.00 Latest News 6.25 World Cup Latest Steve Hopper reports from Russia with all the latest news and views from the World Cup. 6.30 Democracy Now! Politics and discussion from the USA. 7.00 Under The Radar Paul and Jeff delve into the archives for footage of Plaid, NZCA Lines, Beyond The Wizard's Sleeve, and Mind Enterprises. 7.30 Brighton Album Chart Show Probably the coolest music video chart on telly. Anthea Clarke introduces a top 10 countdown of the best selling albums in Brighton. 8.00 Latest News 8.25 World Cup Latest 8.30 Live From The Roadee Showcasing the best in local Brighton music, all recorded in the Roadee - a mobile recording studio. 9.00 Tales From The Margins Professor Rainer Schulze presents a series of films looking at issues affecting LGBT+ people around the world. 10.00 The Loft Sessions Music and arts show featuring live performances and chat in front of a live studio audience. 11.00 FILM: Damnation Alley 1977. Sci-Fi. 12.50am FILM: Sky West & Crooked 1966. Drama.

6.00am FILM: She knows Y'know 1962. 7.30 Our Weekends in 1949 Short film. 8.00 Hawkeye & the Last of the Mohicans Lt. Briggs breaks the treaty. 8.30 The Strange World Of Planet X 1958. 10.00 The Big Valley Jarrod and Nick launch a search to find Victoria in a grisly madhouse. 11.00 Settled at the Seaside 1915. Early Keystone comedy. 11.10 FILM:The Night We Dropped a Clanger 1959. 12.55pm FILM: It Always Rains On Sunday 1947. Drama. 2.45 FILM: Counter-Attack 1945. Drama. 4.35 Guy Lloyd's 2-Minute Telly Show (x2) 4.45 The Arun Valley Postcard Trail 5.00 Under The Radar 5.30 Under The Radar 6.00 Latest News 6.30 DJ Box Get to know the world of DJing and dance music, as DJ Box showcases upand-coming dance music talent from the UK and Europe. Featuring DJ Cookie and DJ Walker. 7.00 Players Biographical insights into the biggest names in sport, whether on two wheels or on four, with a ball or racquet. 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 Under The Radar Music from Vodun, Black Moth, Red Fang, Blood Command, and Turbowolf. 9.00 Queer Say Andrew Kay's look at LGBT news and media from around the world with the help of his studio guest. 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 Under The Radar Paul and Jeff present music by The Zombies, Argent and Colin Bluntstone. 10.30 Nostalgia 77 Short film. 11.45 FILM: The Return of Frank James 1940. Western. 12.35am FILM: Ferry to Hong Kong 1958. Adventure.

6.00am FILM: All In Good Fun 1956. Comedy. 6.50 Hawkeye & the Last of the Mohicans A series of thefts are falsely attributed to the innocent. 7.20 FILM: Monster From Green Hell 1957. Sci-fi. 8.45 FILM: Date With Disaster 1957. Crime. 10.00 The Big Valley Nick Attempts to round up a prize wild stallion single-handed. 11.00 FILM: Where There's A Will 1955. Comedy. 12.30 FILM: The Green Man 1956. Comedy. 2.05 FILM: The Devil & Daniel Webster 1941. Drama. 4.05 FILM: The Last Man To Hang 1956. Drama. 5.40 Guy Lloyd's 2-Minute Telly Show 5.45 The Arun Valley Postcard Trail 6.00 Latest News 6.30 Family, Faith And Fun Sarah Hopwood presents the happiness debate, a show looking at a different emotion every week and how it relates to family life, the Christian faith, and a sense of fun. 7.00 British Wrestling Weekly All the latest happenings from the British Wrestling Coalition, keeping you up to date with all the high impact action from the UK's premier wrestling brand, New Generation Wrestling. 8.00 Latest News 8.30 Brighton Album Chart Show Probably the coolest music video chart on telly. 9.00 Shorts Out Deborah Espect introduces short films about the LGBT world. 10.00 The Call Short film from Brighton-based filmmakers Gary Ward and Harry Peeks. A woman's night out ends in terror after she rebuffs a work colleague's advances. 10.10 FILM: Duffy 1968. Comedy. Directed by Robert Parrish. Stars James Coburn, James Mason & James Fox. An adventurer living in Tangiers is persuaded to help pirate a milliondollar cash shipment. 12.15am FILM: Love Me Tender 1956. Drama.

6.00 Latest News 6.25 World Cup Latest Steve Hopper reports from Russia with all the latest news and views from the World Cup. 6.30 The Vote The People's Republic of Brighton and Hove Takeover. An isle of sanity in a sea of blue. 7.00 Walks Around Britain Series following Andrew White, as he takes walks between 28 miles around every part of the UK. 7.30 Our Town Local history quiz testing contestants on their Brighton knowledge. 8.00 Latest News 8.25 World Cup Latest Steve Hopper reports from Russia with all the latest news and views from the World Cup. 8.30 Digital Nation The best of Local TV from across the UK. 9.00 Shorts Out Deborah Espect introduces short films about the LGBT world. 10.00 Henry Normal Staring Directly at the Eclipse A very personal film following poet and writer Henry Normal as he performs around the country and talks lovingly about his family, wife and son. 11.05 Nostalgia 77 Short film. 11.20 FILM: Jassy 1947. Drama. 1.20am FILM: Boy on A Dolphin 1957. Drama.

6.00am Scotland Yard A murder at a fairground proves a puzzling case for the police. 6.35 FILM: Steel Key 1953. 8.00 FILM: Child in the House 1956. Drama. 9.40 FILM: The Gilded Cage 1955. 11.15 FILM: Pygmalion 1938. Drama. 1.15pm FILM: Lost Hours 1952. Crime drama. 2.45 FILM: Silver Fleet 1943. War. 4.30 Burke's Law Using a .38 revolver with a silencer, an assailant murders heiress Diana Mercer in her bedroom. 5.30 Under The Radar Paul and Jeff present music by The Zombies, Argent and Colin Bluntstone.

6.00 Latest News 6.30 World Cup Latest Steve Hopper looks back on all the excitment of the 2018 World Cup in Russia. 6.45 The Arun Valley Postcard Trail Burpham. Tony Pratt travels along the Arun Valley discovering the fascinating local history of the area. 7.00 Best of Brighton Lights Richard Shayler takes a cheeky look back at Latest TV's magazine programme Brighton Lights. 7.30 Our Town Local history quiz testing contestants on their Brighton knowledge. 8.00 Latest News 8.30 The Easy Riders Danny and Steve are joined by grand prix rider Danny Webb to find a complete motorbike novice to join them on their latest adventure.The candidates will have to prove their skills on a bike. 9.00 Tales From The Margins Professor Rainer Schulze presents a series of films looking at issues affecting LGBT+ people around the world. 10.00 FILM: The Whole Truth 1958. Drama. 11.45 FILM: The Prime Of Miss Jean Brodie 1969. Drama. 2.05am Guy Lloyd's 2-Minute Telly Show


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Tuesday 10 July

6.35am Down Among The Z Men 1952. Comedy directed by Maclean Rogers and starring Michael Bentine, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan and Peter Sellers. Prof. Heart loses a secret formula in the grocery shop. 8.00 Those People Next Door 1953. Drama. Directed by John Harlow and starring Jack Warner, Charles Victor, Jimmy James & Anthony Newley. A young man's titled parents object to his working-class fiancĂŠ. 9.35 Gasbags FILM OF THE DAY 1941. Comedy. Directed by Walter Forde and Marcel Varnel. Starring The Crazy Gang, Moore Marriott and Wally Patch. A mobile fish and chip shop is accidentally dragged to Nazi Germany. 11.10 Sky West & Crooked 1966. Drama. Directed by John Mills and starring Hayley Mills, Ian MacShane, Annette Crosbie and Geoffrey Bayldon. A young, lonely teenage girl is traumatised after the death of a childhood friend. 1.15pm 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. 2.45 Rooney 1958. Comedy. Stars John Gregson, Muriel Pavlow & Barry Fitzgerald. The life of Rooney, a Gaelic sportsman at the weekends and a Dublin rubbish collector during the week.

Friday 13 July

6.35am Carry On Admiral 1957. Comedy directed by Val Guest and starring David Tomlinson, Peggy Cummins & Alfie Bass. An MP is mistaken for his naval friend and put in charge of the fighting ship HMS Sherwood! FILM OF THE DAY 8.15 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. 9.40 The Southerner 1945. Drama. Director: Jean Renoir. Stars Zachary Scott, Betty Field and J. Carrol Naish. Nature decides to go against a family of cotton pickers after they decide to get their own ground. 11.30 Stranger In Town 1957. Drama. Directed George Pollock. Starring Alex Nicol, Anne Paige & Mary Laura Wood. In a sleepy village, a composer is shot dead and a woman is found gassed. Who killed them and why? 1.00pm Man From Tangier 1957. Drama. Directed by Lance Comfort. Starring Robert Hutton, Lisa Gastoni & Martin Benson. Chuck Collins finds himself involved in a passport and forgery racket, just through taking the wrong coat!

11.00 Port of New York 1949. Film noir. Customs agents (Scott Brady, Richard Rober) pound the pavement for clues to nab the head (Yul Brynner) of a yacht-club narcotics ring.

2.20 Hobson's Choice 1954. Drama. Director: David Lean. Stars: Charles Laughton, John Mills & Brenda de Banzie. Henry Hobson's three daughters want to marry, but he refuses as traditions require him to pay out settlements.

Wednesday 11 July

11.00 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.

6.35am Our Girl Friday FILM OF THE DAY 1953. Comedy. Directed by Noel Langley. A British cast lead this story about a shipwrecked group on a tropical island. Stars Joan Collins, George Cole, Kenneth More & Peter Sellers voices the parrot. 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.

7.20 Monster From Green Hell 1957. Sci-fi. Directed by Kenneth G. Crane. A scientific expedition in Africa investigates wasps that have been exposed to radiation and mutated into giant, killing monsters. 8.45 Date With Disaster 1957. Crime drama directed by Charles Saunders and starring Tom Drake, William Hartnell and Shirely Eaton. One of the two owners of a Car Business plans to embezzle the company's funds.

2.05 The Devil & Daniel Webster FILM OF THE DAY 1941. Drama. Starring James Craig as Jabez Stone. As a down-onhis-luck New England farmer, Stone makes a deal with the Devil to give up his soul for seven years of prosperity and good luck.

12.35pm Ferry to Hong Kong 1958. Adventure. Directed by and starring Orson Welles. An adventure at sea ensues when Captain Hart has to accept a Hong Kong deportee. Also stars Curt Jurgens, Sylvia Syms and Jeremy Spencer.

4.05 The Last Man To Hang 1956. Drama. Directed by Terence Fisher. Stars Tom Conway, Hugh Latimer & Eunice Gayson. Conway is on trial for the murder of his neurotic wife, Sellars, by means of a sedative overdose.

2.50 The Square Ring 1953. Drama. Director: Basil Dearden. Stars Jack Warner, Robert Beatty, Bill Owen, Maxwell Reed & Joan Collins. Follow the lives of five boxers and their reasons for getting to where they are now.

6.35am Greed of William Hart 1950. Horror. Directed by Oswald Mitchell and screenplay by John Gilling. Set in Edinburgh in the 1800s and starring Tod Slaughter as William Hart the infamous grave robber.

6.00am All In Good Fun 1956. Comedy. Bob Monkhouse introduces the golden age of slapstick comedy. Mack Sennett, Chaplin, The Keystone Kops and many more.

12.30pm The Green Man 1956. Comedy. Stars Alastair Sim, Raymond Huntley, George Cole & Terry-Thomas. A watchmaker turns out to be an assassin whose target is a leading politician but his plans are stalled.

11.10 Master Spy 1964. Drama. Directed By Montgomery Tully. Starring Stephen Murray. A Russian scientist working for the British is suspected of being a 'plant', sent to monitor nuclear secrets for the Communists.

Thursday 12 July

Sunday 15 July

11.00 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.

9.20 Three Men In A Boat 1956. Comedy. Stars Laurence Harvey, Jimmy Edwards & David Tomlinson. Based on the Jerome K Jerome novel. The story follows three men who decide to go on holiday on the Thames.

11.15 House on Haunted Hill 1959. Horror. Directed by William Castle. Starring Vincent Price & Carol Ohmart. A millionaire invites five people to a 'haunted house' party, and whoever makes it through the night earns $10,000.

Gasbags

10.10 Duffy 1968. Comedy. Directed by Robert Parrish. Stars James Coburn, James Mason & James Fox. An adventurer living in Tangiers is persuaded to help pirate a million-dollar cash shipment.

Lost Hours

Saturday 14 July

Monday 16 July

6.35am Steel Key 1953. Directed By Robert S. Baker and starring Terence Morgan, Joan Rice and Raymond Lovell. A professor working on a steel formula is murdered. Those after the formula will stop at nothing.

6.00am 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.

8.00 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.

8.30 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.

9.40 The Gilded Cage 1955. Directed by John Gilling and starring Alex Nicol. Two brothers are embroiled in a racket to smuggle a valuable painting. When a murder is committed they must try and clear their names.

11.10 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.

11.15 Pygmalion 1938. Drama. Directed by Anthony Asquith. Starring Leslie Howard & Wendy Hiller. Higgins, an expert in the study of phonetics, bets that he can turn Eliza, a 'worthless guttersnipe', into a duchess.

1.15pm 13 East Street 1952. Drama. Directed by Robert Baker. Starring Patrick Holt, Dora Bryan & Michael Balfour. A detective poses as an escaped convict to catch a gang of warehouse robbers.

12.55pm It Always Rains On Sunday 1947. Drama. Director: Robert Hamer. Stars Googie Withers, John McCallum, Jack Warner & Susan Shaw. Rose wants to escape the drudgery of her daily life when an old lover escapes from prison.

FILM OF THE DAY 1.15pm Lost Hours 1952. Crime drama filmed at Denham Studios. Starring Mark Stevens, Jean Kent, John Bentley and Thora Hird. An American test pilot is framed for killing a wartime comrade.

2.25 The Glass Mountain 1949. Drama. The classic tale of a war romance featuring the smash hit music of The Legend of The Glass Mountain. Starring Michael Denison and Dulcie Gray, with vocals from Tito Gobbi.

2.45 Counter-Attack 1945. Drama. Directed by Zoltan Korda. Stars Paul Muni, Marguerite Chapman & Larry Parks. A Russian paratrooper and eight Nazi soldiers are trapped inside the basement of a bombed-out building.

2.45 Silver Fleet 1943. War. Directors: Vernon Sewell & Gordon Wellesley. Stars Ralph Richardson, Googie Withers & Esmond Knight. The Gestapo, anxious for operational submarines, meet with the owner of a Dutch port.

11.20 Jassy FILM OF THE DAY 1947. Drama. Director: Bernard Knowles. Stars Margaret Lockwood, Patricia Roc & Dennis Price. During the 17th century, Jassy is believed to be a witch after receiving visions of approaching disasters.

10.45 The Return of Frank James FILM OF THE DAY 1940. Western. Director: Fritz Lang. Stars Henry Fonda, Gene Tierney & Jackie Cooper. When Jesse James's murderers are set free, his brother Frank vows revenge.

11.45 The Prime Of Miss Jean Brodie 1969. Drama. Director: Ronald Neame. Stars Maggie Smith, Celia Johnson, Robert Stephens & Gordon Jackson. A teacher wants her pupils to embrace romantic ideals rather than hard facts.

8.05 Freedom To Die 1961. Crime drama directed by Francis Searle. Paul Maxwell plays Craig Owen, an incarcerated criminal whose cellmate holds the secret to the valuable contents within a safe deposit box. 9.20 Love Me Tender 1956. Drama. Director: Robert D Webb. Stars Richard Egan, Debra Paget & introducing Elvis Presley. At the end of the Civil War, a Confederate team is ordered to rob a Union payroll train. 11.05 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.

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Beach Front Robert Luff & Co offer stunning properties across the Worthing area

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