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FREE 17 – 23 July 2018 Issue 888

THE CITY’S WEEKLY LIFESTYLE AND BUSINESS MAGAZINE

STEVE NORMAN EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW Spandau Ballet music man’s solo show A VIEW FROM THE ROSTRUM Parson Son & Basley celebrate auction victory

LAMBETH WALK Me & My Girl comes to Chichester Festival Theatre

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5 | A MUSICAL SUMMER AT CHICHESTER FESTIVAL THEATRE

EDITOR

Fantastic shows on the horizon at the trailblazing theatre

7 | GROWING UP GOURMET

Let it shine

We send out the kids to look at the city’s culinary scene

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e’re living large! Isn’t it great to live on the coast? We’ve just enjoyed Brighton Cocktail Week (p9), a new season of excellent musicals has been announced at Chichester Festival Theatre (p5) – no doubt destined to West End success as so many of CFT’s productions have proven – and we can picnic and fundraise at the same time (p14)! Even the next generation are enjoying all the pleasures on our doorstep, as a couple of younger writers went out to sample the delicious tastes of some of Brighton’s delicious eateries (p7). We live in such a rich part of the country, and we’re not the only ones who realise it if Parson Son & Basley Auction’s recent victorious sales results are anything to go by (p11). It’s a desirable location, and you don’t even have to open your wallet to step outside your front door and sample the benefits of the fresh sea air, fine Downs views, and a community feelgood factor. Even our celebrity residents favour a home show for that special performance – thank you so much to Steve Norman of Spandau Ballet for his exclusive solo gig coming to the Old Market in September, including a Q&A. We are the lucky benefactors of his dry run to gauge his nerves on that score, in Ibiza – in Spanish! (p15). All I’m saying is that we can count our blessings. This is home. Our population goes up when the sun comes out, and the delights are all year round. Now, I’m heading for the beach!

9 | DINES OUT

Andrew Kay celebrates Brighton Cocktail Week

11 | A VIEW FROM THE ROSTRUM Parson Son & Basley mark another successful auction

12 | PUBLIC NOTICES

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13 |STAGE & BRIGHTON LIGHTS

Laugh with Miss Hope Springs, shake a leg at the Community ceilidh, celebrate the one­day festival JAZZ RE:FEST, and so much more

14 | PROJECT BRIGHTON

Local charity launches the Big Chailey Picnic fundraising activity

15 | STEVE NORMAN EXCLUSIVE

From Spandau Ballet to Iggy Pop – Steve chats with Victoria Nangle

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A MUSICAL SUMMER AT CHICHESTER FESTIVAL THEATRE F

rom the Cockney streets of London to the world of Parisian haute couture might seem a stretch – but for Chichester Festival Theatre’s Artistic Director, Daniel Evans, it’s all in a day’s work this summer as he directs two musicals: the 1930s classic, Me And My Girl, which is playing until 25 August with a cast headed by Matt Lucas and Caroline Quentin; and a new work, Flowers For Mrs Harris, which runs from 8 – 29 September. Last year’s productions of Fidder On The Roof (also directed by Daniel) and Caroline, Or Change continued Chichester’s outstanding reputation for hit musicals, both classic and contemporary. While staging musicals on Chichester’s thrust stages necessarily calls for imaginative choreography and design, Daniel also attributes this remarkable success to the audience. “They clearly love their musicals; they make them special”, he says. “Different kinds of audiences come from all over the world

“ Both musicals contain immense amounts of joy ” and all spheres of life, and that’s something we’re very proud of and I hope will continue.” It’s hard to think of a greater contrast than the uproarious chorus numbers and high­tapping dances of Me And My Girl, and the emotional delicacy of Flowers For Mrs Harris. Based on a much­ loved novella by Paul Gallico, it’s the story of a charlady in post­war London who glimpses a Christian Dior dress in one of her client’s wardrobes and scrimps and saves to go to Paris and buy one for herself. “There are just ten actors in Flowers and it’s incredibly intimate”, Daniel agrees. “It’s about this ordinary cleaning lady, Ada Harris – LATEST TV | VIRGIN MEDIA 159 | FREEVIEW CHANNEL 7

at least, she thinks she’s ordinary – whose life is transformed by this major event. So it’s much more like a play, it just so happens that some of it is sung. Richard Taylor’s music is exquisite.” Nevertheless, Daniel see parallels between the two shows: “Both Ada and Bill Snibson in Me And My Girl are from lowly backgrounds, and find themselves in more sophisticated surroundings. They turn their own worlds and the worlds of those people they encounter on the journey, upside down. “And both musicals contain immense amounts of joy. In Me And My Girl the joy is readily expressed through amazing tap dancing and upbeat numbers. Mrs Harris is a different kind of joy because it’s the joy of seeing someone who’s intrinsically kind and good, achieving her heart’s desire. It’s quite rare because while she has to overcome many obstacles, the effect she has on the people around her is very moving because she isn’t aware that she does it.” Flowers For Mrs Harris began life in Sheffield, where despite having only ten performances, it won three UK Theatre Awards including Best Musical. At Chichester, Clare Burt recreates her award­winning performance as Mrs Harris, and is joined in the company by musical theatre stars Joanna Riding and Gary Wilmot. “There’s a famous Stephen Sondheim quote: ‘musicals aren’t written, they’re rewritten’”, Daniel laughs. “While that’s true of any musical, it’s truer when you’re birthing a musical. With Flowers, we’ve undergone many stages of development. Since the initial try­out of the production in Sheffield, the writers have gone back to amend sections in order to include the things that they learnt from those original ten performances.” However, Daniel is trusting that the effect on audiences will be the same. “You could hear people weeping for joy at the end. Ada has done something with her life; she’s followed her dream. It’s such a universal theme that everyone can probably connect with, wherever you’re from.” To book, visit cft.org.uk or ring 01243 781312.

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GROWING UP GOURMET We send out the kids to look at the city’s culinary scene

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rowing up in the late fifties and sixties my experience of the exotic was to say the least limited. I can remember clearly my first taste of Chinese food, egg foo yung (omelette basically) and Indian (mushroom curry). It was hardly challenging stuff but it sowed the seed of greed, greed for international flavours. Flavours that at the age of 18 upon moving to London, I totally immersed myself in. In saying this I was not deprived of great food and in those modest times, mum was working with a small budget, but applying a wealth of knowledge gained at her mother and father’s side. Cheap cuts and lots of hearty veg and pulses made for a great diet, a tasty diet that for many years has been neglected and perhaps forgotten. Not any more, with the best chefs loving seasonal and local produce many of those dishes are returning – which is interesting not only for grown ups, but for

grown downs too. These days we are more likely to be feeding our kids with dished that are foreign in origin than traditionally British. There’s nothing wrong with that, international influences and flavours are a fabulous way of opening minds to cultures and to travel. To acceptance too of global differences. Every year at Latest we have invited youngsters from seven to seventeen to go out and report back on what this city has become famous for, great restaurants. This year two boys have been out to sample two sharply contrasting styles of food, one form the Far East and one from much closer to home. From spicy to traditional British, but traditional with international influences from both Europe and from America and Latin America. These are two places that I love to go to – but let’s see what the boys have to say about some of the jewels in the city’s culinary crown.

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n two floors, with a large outdoor balcony overlooking Brighton Square, everything looked good on the menu. There are stir­fry and stir­fry noodle dishes, noodle soup dishes, curry dishes, soups, salads, starters and side dishes to choose from. I ordered the Chicken Satay as a starter, and the Guai Teaw Namsai Moo (try saying that right!), a clear noodle soup with pork (or tofu for the veggies), both delicious and filling. My Dad went for the Tom Yum Goong, their famous Thai spicy soup with tiger prawns and mushrooms, followed by Pad Med Mamung Himaphan Gai, a chicken stir fry dish, with cashews, chilli peppers, mushrooms, and onions. Really nice. I asked my Dad what fritters were, liked the sound of it, and ordered Fritter Lover for desert, a banana fritter with coconut flakes, honey and chocolate sauce, and a big dollop of vanilla ice cream. Delicious! Dad had the Green Tea Cheesecake with ice cream. I liked that, too! Street food in Thailand is big thing, and it’s getting popular here. I loved the food, the setting, and the staff were very friendly.

n Saturday morning my dad and I went for breakfast at Moksha, we managed to get a table even though it was very busy. For drinks, I had a Pash ‘n’ Shoot (passion fruit, pineapple, mango and orange) smoothie, which I really liked because it tasted really fresh. The flavors weren’t too bold but you could taste every fruit that was in there. Dad had an iced lime crush that was very thirst­ quenching. It was nice to see paper straws being used as well! On to breakfast and I had poached eggs on sourdough toast with homemade hash browns, chorizo and avocado. I really liked the hash browns because they were crispy and soft on the inside. My Dad had a half breakfast with bacon, Cumberland sausage, a generous portion of black pudding and he loved the scrambled eggs because they were light and creamy – also a special mention to the homemade baked beans (which included butter beans). After the meal I felt very full and would recommend Moksha to anyone because it was so welcoming and such a nice place to eat. Thank you Moksha.

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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

Building on the success of last year and the definite prominence of the city as a hot spot for cocktails, the internationally acclaimed Brighton and Hove Food & Drink Festival, working with Mixology Group, has recently staged their second celebration of all things cocktail. With over 50 bars and restaurants taking part, food and mixed drink related special events and a city wide

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offer of brilliant new drinks and classics mainly at the bargain price of only £5, what was not to love? At La Choza there was a competition to find the best fusion of food and cocktails with five top mixologists teamed with five equally impressive chefs, and at Drakes the team worked with Arbike spirits to create a wonderful drop in event on the seafront. In the midst off all this, Merkaba played host to another world record event where Francois Monin, barman at Lucky Voice beat the existing record by opening 107 and seven crown capped beer bottles in just one minute, 11 more than the existing record and securing him his second entry in the Guinness Book Of Records. At the same time the beers, kindly sponsored by Lazy Lizard, were sold of for charity raising a decent sum for the Rockinghorse Appeal. Whilst championing all things booze and fun the festival is also keen to remind participants to drink responsibly – but always to have fun! Photographs: Julia Claxton / BHFDF

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Representatives from ODT solicitors, St. Wilfrid’s Hospice and Karen Challis, Helen Walden and Auctioneer Simon Caplin from Parsons Son and Basley

A VIEW FROM THE ROSTRUM Records tumble again at Parsons Son & Basley’s Summer Auction

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n a very warm morning at The Old Ship Hotel with standing room only, almost 200 people attended Parsons Son & Basley’s 997th auction to witness just under £4.2m worth of properties go under the hammer. Brexit, the hot weather and the World Cup could not get in the way of what was, to say the least, an extremely successful day says auctioneer Simon Caplin. “From

“ ... Which provided for a success rate of just over 93 per cent ” the properties offered only one did not sell, which provided for a success rate of just over 93 per cent. With this figure added to the value of the properties sold, a truly outstanding achievement was recorded.” Simon continues; “3 Gardner Street, a freehold commercial investment, sold for in excess of 30 per cent above its guide amount. Whilst another freehold commercial investment in LATEST TV | VIRGIN MEDIA 159 | FREEVIEW CHANNEL 7

Terminus Road opposite Brighton Station, sold for almost 37 per cent above its own guide amount which really does reinforce the ever growing benefits of selling by auction – Brexit or no Brexit!” Not to be outdone were two single garages in Kemptown that sold for £79,000 and £48,000 respectively, whilst in Church Road Hove, an iconic unbroken mixed residential/commercial freehold sold for just under £1million. Continuing with their initiative to support local charities, £250 was raised in addition to a further amount of £877 fundraised during the past year by the staff at Parsons Son & Basley’s Bognor office, for St Wilfrid's Hospice who are based in Chichester. The charity lot was courtesy of ODT Solicitors in Brighton who very kindly donated the prize for the auction. “As we approach the milestone of our 1,000th auction next year we have just had one of our most successful auctions in the history of the firm. Quite an achievement bearing in mind we have been auctioning properties for 192 years,” alluded Simon. If you would like your property to be included within Parsons Son & Basley’s 998th auction please contact Simon Caplin or Jennifer Holmes on 01273 326171. advertising feature

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We The Brighton Pier Group PLC do hereby give notice that it is our intention to apply to Brighton & Hove City Council in the county of East Sussex for the variation of a premises licence to use or permit the use of premises known as Horatio’s Bar and the Glitterball Bar Brighton Palace Pier, Brighton, BN2 1TW for the following variation which it is proposed will be carried on, on or from the premises: To approve changes to the layout of the premises inside as shown on the drawing submitted and will add in additional area of decking for on sales and two additional service points to the outside decking area. There is no alteration to the hours or Licensable Activities permitted the current conditions will be updated and some additional conditions will be applied. Any person who desires to make a representation to the application should send to Assistant Director, Public Safety, Health & Safety and Licensing, Bartholomew House, Bartholomew Square, Brighton, BN1 1JP no later than the 8th of August 2018 a statement of the grounds of his/her objection. Copies of the register and applications may be viewed at the above council office during normal office hours; summaries are available via www.brightonhove.gov.uk/licensing. It is an offence knowingly or recklessly to make a false statement in connection with an application and the maximum fine for which a person is liable on summary conviction for the offence is currently £5000 [level 5]. Dated this: 11th day of July 2018 Signed: Doug Simmonds FBII, tp. Licensing consultant to the applicants www.dougsimmonds.co.uk

We The Brighton Pier Group PLC do hereby give notice that it is our intention to apply to Brighton & Hove City Council in the county of East Sussex for the variation of a premises licence to use or permit the use of premises known as Palm Court and Victoria’s, Brighton Palace Pier, Brighton, BN2 1TW for the following variation which it is proposed will be carried on, on or from the premises: To approve changes to the layout of the premises as shown on the drawing submitted which will add in a small additional area of decking for on sales and a kiosk for use as a service point to the south of the main building. There is no alteration to the hours or Licensable Activities permitted and some additional conditions will be applied. Any person who desires to make a representation to the application should send to Assistant Director, Public Safety, Health & Safety and Licensing, Bartholomew House, Bartholomew Square, Brighton, BN1 1JP no later than the 8th of August 2018 a statement of the grounds of his/her objection. Copies of the register and applications may be viewed at the above council office during normal office hours; summaries are available via www.brightonhove.gov.uk/licensing. It is an offence knowingly or recklessly to make a false statement in connection with an application and the maximum fine for which a person is liable on summary conviction for the offence is currently £5000 [level 5]. Dated this: 11th day of July 2018 Signed: Doug Simmonds FBII, tp. Licensing consultant to the applicants www.dougsimmonds.co.uk

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ever a company to shy away from the controversial, Chichester Festival Theatre have engaged three of the UK’s most exciting young actors – Luke Thallon, Matthew Needham and Isabella Laughland – to appear in Kate Hewitt’s new production of Mike Bartlett’s Cock, which will play in the round at Chichester’s Minerva Theatre. This timely production will be the first revival of Bartlett’s Olivier Award­winning play since its 2009 premiere. Sexual fluidity has never been more openly talked about than now with a new generation discussing frankly the idea of being non­binary in terms of both gender and sexuality. Has John straightened out? After years glued to his boyfriend, the couple have been through a sticky patch, and now John’s attached to someone else. Someone who is different in every single way. But can John give her what she wants, when he’s never been with a woman before? Funny and eye­openingly fresh and frank, Cock is a

provocative peep into relationships in these days of oscillating identities. It tussles with knotty twenty­first century questions: can we – and should we be allowed to – change if we want to? Mike Bartlett is one of this generation’s leading writers for stage and screen. His award­winning work includes King Charles III and the hit television series Doctor Foster. The Olivier Award­winning Cock premiered at the Royal Court and off­Broadway in 2009. Luke Thallon, who plays John, was nominated for the Evening Standard’s Emerging Talent Award for his role in Mike Bartlett’s Albion at the Almeida Theatre. Matthew Needhams theatre work includes The Twilight Zone and The Treatment, and Benedick in Much Ado About Nothing; he previously appeared at Chichester in Bingo and The Grapes of Wrath. Isabella Laughland’s theatre work includes Cordelia in Chichester’s 2013 production of King Lear.

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

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Comedy meets cabaret in the studio bar to kick off the weekend with Miss Hope Springs in this self­ titled show. A chanteuse down on her luck, the ‘recovering show girl’ plays the piano accompanying herself singing lurid tales from her delightfully tarnished career. A splendid way to put your own working week to bed.

Komedia, Friday 20 July, 8pm, £15/12.50

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Shake a leg at the Community ceilidh, raising funds for Thousand 4 £1000 – a local charity providing housing to refugees and migrants. Renowned local band the Brighton Ceilidh Collective are playing the tunes and calling the dances, plus there’s a bar and vegan­friendly cuisine. Magic. BHASVIC, Friday 20 July, 7.30pm, £10 www.facebook.com/thousand41000/

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JAZZ RE:FEST is an annual one­day festival celebrating jazz and jazz­ inspired music and culture, featuring live performances from over 60 musicians, artists & DJs including Vels Trio, Daniel Casimir, SEED, Yussef Dayes, Noya Rao, Blue Lab Beats, Ruby Rushton and many more. Affordable and spectacular. Brighton Dome, Sunday 22 July, 12–7pm, £7.50/free for under 16s

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School holidays are here, and as if by well­timed magic acclaimed theatre company Long Nosed Puppets appear with their critically lauded show Penguin, based on the award­winning book by Polly Dunbar. Aimed at ages 2–7 years, with songs to have everyone joining in. Ropetackle, Saturday 21 July, 11am & 2pm, £7 (£26 for family of four)

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BRIGHTON Local charity launches the Big Chailey Picnic with a VIP flight on the i360

A nice welcome from i360’s Beth and Charlotte Chailey Heritage mum Vicky Harper with Sam

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ocal children and young adults’ charity, Chailey Heritage Foundation, is encouraging picnic lovers nationwide to share a sandwich, flask of tea, or a cupcake or two whilst raising money for the charity with the launch of its Big Chailey Picnic fundraising campaign. The charity unveiled its Big Chailey Picnic initiative, at a launch event with a VIP flight on the i360 on evening of 7 June. The event, kindly sponsored by i360, was attended by supporters of the charity, local dignitaries and friends and some of the young people from Chailey Heritage Foundation. The Big Chailey Picnic’s start coincided with National Picnic Week (15­24 June), and is a brand new annual initiative that encourages ‘picnickers’ far and wide to come together, share their fayre and raise money for the charity. From builders to office colleagues, playgroups to politicians and mums to nuns, the charity is asking groups to take at least 30 minutes out of their day to break for a picnic, anywhere, anytime, and raise money for a great cause. Promotional Big Chailey Picnic packs are downloadable free from www.thebigchaileypicnic.corg.uk and include bunting, printable stickers for jam­jars, ideas of how to fundraise and tips on how to organise your own picnic. All donations will go directly to the Sussex charity that educates and cares for over 220 children and young people with complex disabilities and high health needs.

“ From builders to office colleagues, playgroups to politicians and mums to nuns... ”

Sally­Anne Murray, Development Director at Chailey Heritage Foundation comments, “We are so excited about the launch of The Big Chailey Picnic. As well as having fun and stopping for a break to have a picnic with a friend, family member or colleagues, articipants will be raising much needed monies for the amazing children and young people at Chailey Heritage. What a way to launch with a flight on the i360. We are particularly thankful to British Airways i360 as without the support from our kind sponsors we would never be able to launch initiatives such as these.” Steve Bax, Chief Executive of British Airways i360 continues, “We are delighted to be working with Chailey Heritage Foundation on the start of their journey for the Big Chailey Picnic. We are looking forward to hosting our own special ‘in­flight’ picnic to raise funds with views that will stretch across Brighton and Hove and beyond.”

Chailey Heritage Development Manager Sally­Anne Murray with Richard Green Deputy Head and Helen Hewitt CEO of Chailey Heritage Looking forward to their flight on the i360 Daniel, Evie and Sam

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STEVE NORMAN Being a member of Spandau Ballet propelled Steve Norman into the spotlight for 30 years, performing internationally with great artists around the globe. Steve speaks exclusively with Victoria Nangle about of his forthcoming solo show, Iggy Pop, and Spandau’s new frontman Hi Steve, how are you doing today? I am very well, thank you. Especially as the sun is shining with a vengeance in Brighton. What made you decide to embark on your solo shows after playing with such iconic music figures and in Spandau Ballet for years? I’d had various music industry friends pushing me to do it for some time; telling my story through music and dialogue. But to be honest I didn’t always feel confident enough. The music side I knew I could handle but the baring of heart and soul during the QnA section kinda scared me. However, last summer I jumped in at the deep end and performed in Madrid with my band, the QnA being in Spanish (I lived in Ibiza for many years and am fairly fluent). I then realised that you’re just talking to people. And I’m quite good at that. The show set also promises tracks from acts that have influenced you – how big an influence have your peers been on your own material? A pal of mine, who is also Spandau’s sound engineer, recently told me that he can hear almost every artist or musician that I have ever listened to in my sax, vocals and guitar work. I thought this a massive compliment. One of the biggest influences on my songwriting has to be the Tamla Motown soul sound. It permeates almost everything I do. I also love electronica and often mix the two styles on my demos. It's impressive that you have worked with the likes of Glen Matlock, Kim Wilde, Steve Harley and Iggy Pop. Are there any tracks of yours – or theirs – that you would love to tinker with – or jam together –

and in what way? I am so fortunate and grateful to have worked with so many artists that I admire. Not all of them jam, although I personally love the spontaneity of improvisation; most recently with master blues guitarman Earl Slick and

up so for them to be performing on a song of mine was very special. Another highlight for me was the time I performed improvised sax with Iggy. He brought me on stage with these words... “Introducing Steve Norman

“ I idolised the Bowie musicians

whilst I was growing up so for them to be performing on a song of mine was very special. ” other Bowie sidekick, pianist Mike Garson. To be asked by Mike Garson to take a sax solo on ‘Aladdin Sane’ performed in his avantgarde style was an honour. I wrote and produced a song ‘We Are King’ for supergroup, Holy Holy (feat. Woody Woodmansey, Glenn Gregory and Bowie/T.Rex producer, Tony Visconti who played bass on it). I idolised the Bowie musicians whilst I was growing

from Spandau Ballet… Where are ya mother ******!” I was so proud. As a writer, is there anyone currently breaking through or riding high in the current charts you would love to perform one of your tracks? Which one, and why this person? I’m really into ‘Girlfriend’ by Christine & The Queens right now. C&TQ is the stage name of Héloïse Letissier. I love the

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ou should ‘live better’, we are told. Look after yourself, keep an eye on your finances, your chi, your diet, all that – and it’ll be alright. But perhaps one of the reasons we’re feeling the need to check in so frequently and perhaps ask for help with finances, chi etcetera is that for many every belt has been tightened, every corner cut, and still what is left doesn’t stretch far enough.

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job pay cheque are a tightrope balancing act ”

BBC3’s striking factual drama Killed By My Debt airs on full terrestrial channel BBC1 this week, following the true story of Jerome Rogers, a 19 year­old courier from Croydon, whose two unpaid £65 traffic fines escalate to over a thousand pounds. Crippled by the pressure of debt, and with no way of earning the money to pay it back with his bike clamped, Jermone took his own life. The hard hitting film was made in close consultation with Jerome’s family, chronicling his transformation from a happy and hopeful young man to genuine despair in the face of the gig economy so many live in currently. Zero hours contracts and a job­to­job pay cheque are a tightrope balancing act vulnerable to fair weather employment. With so much at risk, hopefully Killed By My Debt will be a contributing factor to some employment law re­evaluation. Live Well For Longer also casts an eye over changing the way in which we exist, with the new series hoping for change on a more individual level. Presenters Kate Quilton and Tamal Ray are joined by reporter Morland Sanders to take a look at contemporary health topics affecting many. The series kicks off examining sex, drugs and alcohol, with an investigation into a male contraception at the University of Wolverhampton and a supposed hangover­free version of alcohol called alcosynth. It also questions whether the time has come to lift the ban on medical marijuana. Looking for solutions – that’s what we like to hear! Right alongside not ignoring the problems. Live Well For Longer; Wednesday, Channel 4, 8pm Killed By My Debt; Wednesday, BBC1, 9pm

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renfell Justified Anger illustrates the desire amongst survivors, relatives and activists to seek answers for the deaths of 72 innocent men, women and children. My name is Omar Khan, and I have spent the last year or so following the events of the tragic Grenfell Tower inferno. The film is made up into three parts: the aftermath, the Tories Out demonstration, and the anniversary. As the director, I felt it was imperative to show how the anger amongst the masses will not just evaporate as time passes, but rather more questions will be asked. Narrowing the film down to an eleven­minute piece was quite the task, seeing as myself and Poli, the editor on this project, had to go through hours and hours of footage – but we believe the

“ The anger amongst the masses will not just evaporate as time passes ” selected shots sum up what the film is about and really magnify the ethos amongst the masses. When we edited this film, I realised what it was about more than anything... Grenfell – Justified Anger. I believe, as a journalist it is my duty to reveal the truth; but as a person, I wanted to help those in need so I decided to travel to Grenfell the day after the fire had destroyed the lives of so many innocent people. I will always remember how beautiful it was to see people of all nations and creeds coming together to try to bring about some community spirit amidst sadness such as I had never seen before. People are angry and so they should be! This should not have happened especially in Britain, the same Britain which is seen as a beacon of hope to the rest of the world. We hope survivors will one day be able to find some solace. One will never truly know the suffering many of them experienced on that fateful evening.


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6.00am Scotland Yard The police are summoned when a dead body is stolen from. 6.35 FILM: Three Silent Men 1940. Crime. 8.00 FILM: The Flemish Farm 1943. War drama. 9.40 FILM: Flood Tide 1934. Drama. 10.55 FILM: Meet Mr Callaghan 1954. Crime drama. 12.40pm FILM: The Magnificent Two 1967. Comedy. 2.35 FILM: Androcles and The Lion 1953. Drama. 4.30 Burke's Law A notorious husband stealer, is found murdered in the mud bath. 5.30 Under The Radar Paul and Jeff present music by Jimi Hendrix, The Nice, Hawkwind, and others. 6.00 Latest News The latest news where we are, the latest sports news, plus national and international updates, and the up-to-date forecast for your area and beyond. 6.30 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 8.30 Digital Nation The best of Local TV from across the UK. Featuring the stories you may not normally see, whether quirky, comic or hard-hitting, prepare to learn more from our local TV channels. 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 FILM: Walk on the Wild Side 1962. Drama. 12.20am FILM: Death Drums Along the River 1963. Adventure.

6.00 Scotland Yard A body at a London airport, and a flask of poison leads Scotland Yard to Lisbon. 6.35 FILM: Three Steps to the Gallows 1953. Drama. 8.15 FILM: Mark of The Phoenix 1957. Crime drama. 9.30 FILM: Send For Paul Temple 1946. Crime drama. 11.15 FILM: Echo Of Diana 1963. 12.30pm FILM: Vendetta For The Saint 1969. Action. 2.30 FILM: Panic In The Streets 1950. Drama. 4.30 Burke's Law A waxwork in a museum turns out not to be a waxwork at all... 5.30 Under The Radar Paul and Jeff present music by Wendy James, Paul Weller, Hugh Cornwall, and Colin Blunstone. 6.00 Latest News 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 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 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 FILM: The Snorkel 1958. Drama. 11.40 Diana Dors: Yield To The Night Diana Dors talks to Dick Hills in 1976 and discusses her time in the film Yield to The Night - a film she was immensely proud of. 11.45 FILM: Yield to the Night 1956. Drama. 1.45am FILM: The Arun Valley Postcard Trail

6.00am Scotland Yard A Polish spy changed places with a would-be assassin. 6.35 FILM: The Shipbuilders 1943. War drama. 8.10 FILM: Murder on Campus 1961. Crime. 9.25 FILM: A Tale of Five Cities 1951. Drama. 11.10 The Screening Room Neil Jones discusses the series 'The Servant' (1963) 11.20 FILM: The Flaw 1955. Crime. 12.35pm FILM: The Blue Parrot 1954. Crime. 1.55 FILM: The Boys 1962. Crime drama. 4.25 The Boys: Locations Now & Then A look at the locations from Sidney J Furie's, 'The Boys'. 4.30 Burke's Law Ben, who owns half of the Glory Lee fashion house, is found dead in an elevator after it crashes. 5.30 Under The Radar Paul and Jeff present music by Comsat Angels, and others. 6.00 Latest News The latest news where we are, the latest sports news, plus national and international updates, and the up-to-date forecast for your area and beyond. 6.30 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 Millionaires' Row From penthouse to pool, take an exclusive tour of exceptional, outstanding, and unique dream houses. 8.00 Latest News 8.30 Digital Nation The best of Local TV from across the UK. Featuring the stories you may not normally see, whether quirky, comic or hard-hitting, prepare to learn more from our local TV channels. 9.00 Shorts Out Deborah Espect introduces short films about the LGBT world. 10.00 FILM: The Man Inside 1958. Drama. 11.50 FILM: Bedazzled 1967. Comedy. 1.55am Guy Lloyd's 2-Minute Telly Show

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6.00am Scotland Yard A trap is laid for a couple running a murderous dating agency. 6.35 FILM: The Wedding Of Lilli Marlene 1953. Wartime drama. 8.20 FILM: Tiger By The Tail 1955. Drama. 10.05 FILM: Once A Sinner 1950. Drama. 11.45pm FILM: Dateline Diamonds 1965. 1.15pm FILM: Profile 1954. Drama. 2.35 FILM: Treasure Island 1972. Adventure. 4.30 Burke's Law The crime-solving adventures of dashing, debonair Amos Burke (Gene Barry), an L.A.P.D. homicide captain who is also a millionaire. 5.30 Under The Radar Paul and Jeff present music by David Bowie, Iggy Pop and Ian McCulloch.

6.00am FILM: Undercover Agent 1953. Crime. 7.20 Hawkeye & the Last of the Mohicans Hawkeye has tracked outlaw Simon Girty to Morristown. 7.50 FILM: Blind Date 1959. Thriller. 9.45 Glimpses: Wool To Clothing in 1947 Life on The Range in 1947. 10.00 The Big Valley A Barkley family friend travels to Stockton in fear of being assassinated. 11.00 FILM: Night Of The Prowler 1962. Crime. 12.15pm FILM: The Last Man To Hang 1956. 1.50 FILM: And The Same To You 1959. 3.15 FILM: Interlude 1968. Drama. 5.35 Guy Lloyd's 2-Minute Telly Show 5.40 Guy Lloyd's 2-Minute Telly Show 5.45 Messages from the Sea A song cycle for soprano, baritone, harp and piano. 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 Daddy Russell and DJ Stimpey. 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 Paul and Jeff host a post-punk special with Wire, Magazine, The Fall, Gang of Four, and Swell Maps. 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 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 The Gentle Good

6.00am FILM: The Balloon Goes Up 1942. Musical. 7.10 Hawkeye & the Last of the Mohicans A young lieutenant seeks blind vengeance for the brutal murders of his parents. 7.40 FILM: God's Little Acre 1958. Comedy. 9.50 Glimpses: A Ramble Around London Insightful film of 1940s London. 10.00 The Big Valley A boxer can't avoid one more fight, even though it endangers his life. 11.00 FILM: The Golden Disc 1958. Pop drama. 12.35pm FILM: Three Cases of Murder 1955. Crime. 2.35 FILM: The Wicked Lady 1945. Drama. 4.40 Guy Lloyd's 2-Minute Telly Show 4.45 Messages from the Sea A song cycle for soprano, baritone, harp and piano. 5.00 Under The Radar (x2) 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. Anthea Clarke introduces a top 10 countdown of the best selling albums in Brighton. 9.00 Shorts Out Deborah Espect introduces short films about the LGBT world. 10.00 Guy Lloyd's 2-Minute Telly Show Guy Lloyd explores the subjects that affect our everyday life by canvassing the views of the general public. 10.05 Guy Lloyd's 2-Minute Telly Show Guy Lloyd explores the subjects that affect our everyday life by canvassing the views of the general public. 10.10 FILM: These Are The Damned 1962. Horror. 12.00am FILM: The Boston Strangler 1968. Drama.

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6.00 Latest News The latest news where we are, the latest sports news, plus national and international updates, and the up-to-date forecast for your area and beyond. 6.30 Democracy Now! Politics and discussion from the USA. 7.00 Under The Radar Paul and Jeff present a covers edition with music by John Oates, Johnny Cash, Daughter, Lisa Kekaula with James Williamson, and Nouvelle Vague. 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 8.30 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 FILM: The Camp On Blood Island 1958. Drama. 11.45 FILM: The Golden Salamander 1950. Drama. 1.40am Guy Lloyd's 2-Minute Telly Show

6.00am Scotland Yard An inspector investigates the shooting of a man connected to an old cold case. 6.35 Patricia Dainton Presents... Third Alibi. Exclusive interviews with Patricia Dainton. 6.40 FILM: Third Alibi 1961. Drama. 8.00 FILM: Clash By Night 1963. Drama. 9.30 FILM: Every Day's A Holiday 1964. Musical. 11.20 FILM: Sailor Beware! 1956. Comedy. 1.00pm FILM: The Cariboo Trail 1950. Western. 2.45 FILM: I'll Get You For This 1951. Drama. 4.30 Burke's Law The crime-solving adventures of dashing, debonair Amos Burke, an L.A.P.D. homicide captain who is also a millionaire. 5.30 Under The Radar 6.00 Latest News The latest news where we are, the latest sports news, plus national and international updates, and the up-to-date forecast for your area and beyond. 6.30 The Vote Guests from the world of politics discuss local and national issues. 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 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 The Easy Riders Steve get’s ready to set off on he first leg of Challenge 125 with Danny, but who will be the third rider? 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: All Night Long 1962. Drama. 11.50 FILM: Kill Me Tomorrow 1957. Crime drama. 1.30am Latest News


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Tuesday 17 July

6.35am Three Silent Men 1940. Crime. An inventor of a deadly weapon to be used against the allies is injured in a crash. Surgeon, Sir James (Sebastian Shaw) saves his life but learns of his plot. Stars Derrick De Marney. 8.00 The Flemish Farm 1943. War drama. Directed by Jeffery Dell and starring Jane Baxter, Clifford Evans and Philip Friend. An injured pilot and his nurse are separated when Belgium surrenders to the Nazis. 9.40 Flood Tide 1934. Drama directed by John Baxter and starring George Carney, Peggy Novak and Leslie Hatton. Set on the Thames estuary, romance blossoms for a young couple. Filmed at Twickenham Studios. 10.55 Meet Mr Callaghan 1954. Crime drama directed by Charles Saunders. Private detective Slim Callaghan (Derrick De Marney) is hired to find out why a rich uncle changed his will. 12.40pm The Magnificent Two FILM OF THE DAY 1967. Comedy. Director: Cliff Owen. Stars Eric Morecambe, Ernie Wise, Margit Saad & Isobel Black. Two salesmen travel to a small South American Country to peddle their wares.

Friday 20 July

6.35am The Wedding Of Lilli Marlene 1953. War Time Drama. Lilli will not marry her love, an American reporter, until she becomes a star. Starring Lisa Daniely, Hugh McDermott and Sid James. 8.20 Tiger By The Tail 1955. Drama. Directed by John Gilling. John Desmond, (Larry Parks) meets a mysterious woman (Lisa Daniely) who turns out to be part of a counterfeit ring and Desmond is caught up in the whole affair. 10.05 Once A Sinner 1950. Drama. A lowly bank clerk marries a good time girl but she twotimes him for her old crooked boyfriend (Sydney Tafler). Starring Jack Watling, Pat Kirkwood and Thora Hird. 11.45 Dateline Diamonds 1965. Directed By Jeremy Summers. Comedy musical stars The Small Faces, The Chantelles and Kiki Dee. Lester Benson (Kenneth Cope) the manager of top rock band The Small Faces, is hiding a secret.

Treasure Island

Sunday 22 July

6.00am 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.

1.15 Profile 1954. Drama directed by Francis Searle and starring John Bentley, Kathleen Byron and Thea Gregory. The editor of a magazine (John Bentley) is keen on the boss's daughter but her mother is keen on him.

7.40 God's Little Acre 1958. Comedy Drama. Directed by Anthony Mann. Starring Robert Ryan, Tina Louise & Aldo Ray. A poor farmer is obsessed with finding gold on his land supposedly buried by his grandfather.

10.00 Walk on the Wild Side 1962. Drama. Directed by Edward Dmytryk. Stars Laurence Harvey, Capucine & Jane Fonda. A young Texan leaves his depressionravaged town for New Orleans in search of his lost love.

FILM OF THE DAY 2.35 Treasure Island 1972. Adventure. Directors: John Hough, Andrea Bianchi & Antonio Margheriti. Stars Orson Welles, Lionel Stander & Kim Burfield. Young Jim Hawkins has a map to a pirate's buried treasure.

11.00 The Golden Disc 1958. Pop drama starring Lee Patterson, Mary Steele, Terry Dene & Linda Gray. A young pop composer and singer opens a coffee bar. They are joined by budding singer Terry Dene as himself.

Wednesday 18 July

10.00 The Camp On Blood Island 1958. Drama. Directed Val Guest. Stars Andre Morell, Carl Mohner & Walter Fitzgerald. Deep in Malaya, as WW2 comes to an end, men, women and children as still trapped by the Japanese invasion.

12.35pm Three Cases of Murder 1955. Crime. Three stories of murder and the supernatural. Starring Orson Welles, John Gregson & Elizabeth Sellars. Introduced by Eamonn Andrews. Directed by David Eady & George More O'Ferrall.

11.45 The Golden Salamander 1950. Drama. Directed by Ronald Neame. Stars Trevor Howard, Anouk Aimee & Herbert Lom. A British archaeologist is torn between tackling a sinister crime syndicate or turning a blind eye.

FILM OF THE DAY 2.35 The Wicked Lady 1945. Drama. Directed by Leslie Arliss. Stars Margaret Lockwood, Griffith Jones & James Mason. 17th Century beauty Barbara Worth leads a double life to relieve her boredom.

2.35 Androcles and The Lion 1953. Drama. Starring Alan Young as Androcles, a Christian who lives in ancient Rome. Upon seeing a lion in severe pain, he manages to remove a massive thorn from the beast's paw.

6.35am Three Steps to the Gallows FILM OF THE DAY 1953. Drama. Directed by John Gilling. American cargo ship Officer Stevens (Scott Brady), finds out that his brother is the frame-up victim of a smuggling gang and is due to be executed for murder. 8.15 Mark of The Phoenix 1957. Crime drama directed by Maclean Rogers and starring Anton Diffring. Crooks steal a secret metal formula and plan to smuggle it into East Germany.

10.10 These Are The Damned 1962. Horror. Director: Joseph Losey. Stars Macdonald Carey, Shirley Anne Field & Viveca Lindfors. The sister of a motorbike gang leader and her boyfriend discover a military base when on the run.

9.30 Send For Paul Templte 1946. Crime drama directed by John Argyle and starring Anthony Hulme and Joy Shelton. Scotland Yard calls in novelist and amateur detective Paul Temple to help track down a gang of diamond robbers.

Monday 23 July

11.15 Echo Of Diana 1963. Joan is distraught at the death of her husband in a plane crash but all is not what it seems. Stars: Vincent Ball & Betty McDowall.

6.40am Third Alibi 1961. Drama. Directed by Montgomery Tully. Starring Laurence Payne, Patricia Dainton. A married composer finds that his affair with his wife's half-sister has resulted in her death.

12.30 Vendetta For The Saint 1969. Action. Director: Jim O'Connolly. Stars Roger Moore, Aimi MacDonald, Ian Hendry & Rosemary Dexter. Set in Naples, an elegant thief is outraged after witnessing the murder of a British banker.

8.00 Clash By Night 1963. Drama. Directed by Montgomery Tully. Starring Terence Longdon, Jennifer Jayne & Harry Fowler. A prison bus en route to jail is hijacked by a gang determined to free their leader.

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

9.30 Every Day's A Holiday 1964. Musical starring John Leyton, Mike Sarne, Freddie & the Dreamers, Ron Moody, Liz Fraser, Nicholas Parsons and Danny La Rue. A group of high-spirited teens find friendship, love & music.

11.45 Yield to the Night 1956. Drama. Director: J Lee Thompson. Stars Diana Dors, Yvonne Mitchell, Michael Craig & Geoffrey Keen. A condemned murderess relives key events while waiting for the hangman's noose.

Thursday 19 July

6.35am The Shipbuilders 1943. War drama. Directed by John Baxter. Clive Brook, Finlay Currie, and Moira Lister. Set in a Clyde dockyard, a millionaire shipbuilder and his best riveter symbolize British unity in World War II. 8.10 Murder on Campus 1961. Crime drama directed by Michael Winner and starring Terence Longden, Donald Gray and Diane Clare. A reporter learns that his brother, a student at Cambridge, has killed himself or so it seems. 9.25 A Tale of Five Cities 1951. Drama. Stars Bonar Colleano, Barbara Kelly, Eva Bartok & Gina Lollobrigida. When an Englishman leaves America to enlist in the RAF, his gruelling combat experiences result in a loss of memory. 11.20 The Flaw 1955. Crime directed by Terence Fisher. A racing driver (John Bentley) plans to murder his heiress wife (Rona Anderson). The lawyer (Donald Houston) discovers the plot.

Bedazzled

Saturday 21 July

6.00am Undercover Agent 1953. Crime Drama. An auditor (Dermot Walsh) is caught up in a murder and espionage whilst visiting a company. Starring Hazel Court. 7.50 Blind Date 1959. Thriller. Directed by Joseph Losey. Starring Hardy KrĂźger & Micheline Presle. The Mistress of a struggling artist is killed and inspector Morgan (Stanley Baker) investigates a complex case. 11.00 Night Of The Prowler 1962. Crime Drama. Directed by Francis Searle. When the director of a successful racing company is shot dead, the other directors wonder who is next. Starring Bill Nagy & Patrick Holt.

12.35pm The Blue Parrot 1954. Crime Drama starring Dermot Walsh, Jacqueline Hill, Ferdy Mayne and John Le Mesurier. A Soho nightclub is the focus for an undercover investigation after the murder of a small time crook.

12.15pm 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.

1.55 The Boys 1962. Crime drama starring Richard Todd, Robert Morley and Jess Conrad OBE. When a nightwatchman is murdered, four young men are put on trial. Cleverly directed by Sidney J. Furie.

FILM OF THE DAY 1.50 And The Same To You 1959. Comedy starring Sid James, Brian Rix, Leo Franklyn, Tommy Cooper and Vera Day. The boxing-mad nephew of a pious clergyman embarks on an elaborate plan to keep his boxing career a secret.

11.50 Bedazzled FILM OF THE DAY 1967. Comedy. Director: Stanley Donen. Stars Peter Cook, Dudley Moore, Eleanor Bron & Raquel Welch. A hapless short order cook sells his soul to the Devil in exchange for seven wishes.

3.15 Interlude 1968. Drama. Directed by Kevin Billington. Stars Alan Webb, Oskar Werner & Barbara Ferris. A world famous Symphony conductor is attracted to a young journalist, despite the fact he is married.

11.20 Sailor Beware! 1956. Comedy. Director: Gordon Parry. Stars Gordon Jackson, Peggy Mount, Ronald Lewis & Shirley Eaton. A Seaman gets cold feet about his wedding when his mother-in-law to be takes control. 1.00pm The Cariboo Trail 1950. Western. Director: Edwin L. Marin. Stars Randolph Scott, George 'Gabby' Hayes, Bill Williams. Jim & Mike head into Canada via the Cariboo Trail to raise cattle and dig for gold but find trouble. 2.45 I'll Get You For This 1951. Drama. Director Joseph M. Newman. Stars George Raft, Coleen Gray & Enzo Staiola. A gambler discovers he has been framed for the murder of a Treasury Agent and goes on a journey to clear his name. FILM OF THE DAY 10.00 All Night Long 1962. Directed by Basil Dearden and stars Richard Attenborough, Patrick McGoohan and Keith Mitchell. An East End party is the scene where rival jazz musicians fight over a performer.

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