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FREE 7 – 13 August 2018 Issue 891

THE CITY’S WEEKLY LIFESTYLE AND BUSINESS MAGAZINE

BACKSTAGE PASSES Summer’s tours and workshops at Theatre Royal Brighton PROJECT BRIGHTON Worthing’s first ever community supported beehives

HIDEAWAY HOME Find your next sanctuary with Parsons Son & Basley Page 12 on

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Web and Content Administrator – Pavilion Publishing and Media Ltd (Brighton and Hove) Customer Support Analyst – Virtusales Publishing Solutions (Brighton and Hove) Senior Learning Designer – Lumesse Learning Ltd (Brighton and Hove) Visual Content Producer – Digital Team on Demand (Chichester) Senior DevOps Engineer – Legal & General (Brighton & Hove) Senior Project Manager – Lumesse Learning Ltd (Brighton & Hove) UI/UX Designer – Simpplr (Brighton & Hove) Back-End Developer – Alternative Airlines (Gatwick)  Digital Marketing Manager – Fuse Three Finance (Brighton & Hove)

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The beer's on us: Brighton self-employed meetup – 9th August at BrewDog, Brighton. WordCamp Brighton – 17th – 19th August at The Clarendon Centre, Brighton. FuseBox Monthly Tours – 24st August at The FuseBox, Brighton.


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from the

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5 | NOW & THEN

EDITOR

Andy Garth: Postcodes and Boundaries

6 | PROJECT BRIGHTON

Worthing’s first ever community supported beehives hosted by South Downs Leisure and We Are FoodPioneers CIC

Going on a Summer holiday

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hat makes a holiday good? I’ve been giving this some thought of late as conversations have turned to weekends away, belated honeymoons, and staycations. First and foremost, it seems to be who you’re there with. Which can be many people or simply your own sweet lonesome. It all depends what you want from this trip. I’m heading up for a whistle­stop “heelllllooooo” at the Edinburgh Fringe for a few days, and although I will be staying with friends and have lots of pals and good fun acquaintances up for the whole month I’m also likely to have times of solitude. They’re all working, embracing the vibe for the long hall – it’s their marathon that I’ll be simply doing a quick jog alongside for a weekend. I’ve spoken with couples going on holiday too, and we agree that even if your interests don’t seem to mesh entirely it’s worth doing that bit of digging for a destination that fits the budget and allows each party to do their thing during the day and come back and compare notes for supper. Plenty of places offer stunning nature hikes as well as contemplative museums in the same postcode. It doesn’t have to be a battleground. And then there’s the staycation. With the current heatwave not looking to abate, our beaches, country walks, bars, restaurants and – dare I say it – boutique shops, all the trappings of time away can be had on your doorstep if you just turn off your phone and grab that book that’s been nagging you for ages. Saves on flights, and your Out Of Office notification won’t care if you’re in Rome or Rottingdean.

7 | DINES IN Andrew Kay’s top tips for staying home and feasting on BBQ and more

7 | HOT LIST

Some of the tastiest eateries in the city

9 | STAGE

Summer’s tours and workshops at Theatre Royal Brighton

9 | BRIGHTON LIGHTS

Be a winner at Musical Bingo, celebrate at the Prosecco Festival, revisit a classic with a remastered screening of Heathers, and then find your own soundtrack at the Record Fair

11 | HOMES ACROSS OUR REGION A wide range of homes to rent or buy from page 11

14 | LATEST TV

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NOW & THEN Andy Garth: Postcodes and Boundaries

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y topic this week is random this week, as as usual I’m rushing around like a headless chicken having been part of the Live and Let Live (Heritage Lottery) team working to deadlines – which is so not me, as the Editor of this fine publication will confirm!

“ You can literally have

one foot in one place and one in another ”

So the first snapshot is something that thousands of us drive past on a daily basis, situated on Marine Drive Saltdean, and is the boundary marker as defined in 1928 between Brighton Corporation and East Sussex County Council. So as with the Brighton and Hove border, you can literally

have one foot in one place and one in another. The second photo is of an original poster from around 1970, printed by the GPO (General Post Office) who were slowly introducing the postcode system around the country and Brighton was one of the early trialists. This is an example of the advertising campaign that was in operation. The original lithograph is by Bernard Brett, who it seems liked his Brighton as there are several other local images online by him. The poster is in the window of my shop in Western Road Hove if you are interested. Next time I will try to be prepared like a scout but if you have any suggestions of content please email me at Brightonandhovestuff@gmail.com

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Exciting opportunities at Oakley Lewes Full time & Saturday positions available Due to continued success & growth at Oakley the Lewes Office is looking for a new team member. Predominantly an admin-based role mixed with marketing and supporting the sales team. The Lewes office covers a diverse property sector including traditional homes, new homes, lettings and commercial. The successful candidate must have strong IT skills, the ability to perform in a busy environment and high standards of integrity and professionalism. Agency experience is preferred but not essential. This is a full-time position, however we are prepared to be flexible for the right person. We are also hiring a Saturday Assistant. This roll involves managing enquiries and carrying out property viewings in a busy High Street office. No experienced necessary however the successful candidate must be organised, outgoing, approachable and knowledgeable on the local area.

Salary and package dependent on experience. In the first instance please forward your CV in strictest confidence to David Beaken david@oakleyproperty.com LATEST TV | VIRGIN MEDIA 159 | FREEVIEW CHANNEL 7

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PROJECT BRIGHTON Worthing’s first ever community supported beehives hosted by South Downs Leisure and We Are FoodPioneers CIC

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outh Downs Leisure and local social enterprise We Are FoodPioneers CIC have teamed up to host Worthing's first ever

“ The first honey harvest expected

in 2019 once the hive has grown to full size ”

community supported beehives as part of the Worthing Honey Collective. Two hives were placed on the roof at Splashpoint Leisure Centre in July to house native honeybees that are looked

after by a resident beekeeper, with the first honey harvest expected in 2019 once the hive has grown to full size. The Worthing Honey Collective will involve local schools and businesses to find out more about beekeeping, pollination and honey. They are also looking to involve interested volunteers from the surrounding areas to be introduced to beekeeping in order to support them with this project and eventually keep their own bees. Get involved in the Worthing Honey Collective and support this innovative project that will make Worthing the most bee­friendly coastal town in West Sussex. Funded by UnLtd, the crowd @ Crowdfunder UK, Santander Changemaker Fund, Worthing Community Chest, Worthing TCI and the Proto Restaurant Group. www.southdownsleisure.co.uk

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threat to health. That’s why the Housing Health and Safety Rating System (HHSRS) has classified mould as a Category 1 health hazard. Living with mould can have a detrimental effect on one’s health which is why mould problems should be dealt with quickly and

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Mould is a Category 1 Health Hazard If left untreated MOULD can:

Paint isn’t your solution As tempting as it may be, heading for

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the mouldy wall with a bucket of paint and a brush in hand isn’t going to solve the problem. In actual fact, painting over existing mould won’t kill

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it. Painting over the mould is simply a waste of time and money, as mould will continue to grow, resulting in the continuous dispersion of mould spores. Even the thickest coats of paint won’t mask your mould trouble. Unless you invest in a proper and professional mould removal procedure, the mould will only just continue to grow! Out with the mould! MOULD SOLUTIONS specialise in mould removal, prevention and ventilation solutions. They can identify the cause, treat the mould and give you advice on how to keep you homes healthy and mould free.

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ANDREW KAY

HOT LIST

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Dines In

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Hot tips

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n the recent heatwave the idea of going out to dine could not be further from my mind. Much as I love restaurants I am equally in love with cooking at home. So this week I am going to share a few new found delights. Just a quick ray of sunshine brings out BBQ man. I’m no great fan of burnt meat that is still raw in the middle, but in good hands a BBQ can be fun. A recent package to my home contained a collection of Texan inspired Sweet Beet products, and before we talk air miles, these are produced in the UK. I opened jar after jar, wondering exactly how I might make use of them, but I soon found myself dipping, spreading and marinading like a cowboy – well perhaps not a cowboy but with true relish – in every sense. The predominant flavour is of course chilli, but not that fierce burn that so appeals to macho man. Not here, the spice is balanced and easy to moderate. I love the Habanero Lime Jelly’s citrus zing and the darker profile of the Beer Jelly. The Oak Smoked Apple Butter is intriguing and when coupled with good grilled cheese really hit the spot. And I cannot wait to experiment with the Maple Bacon Jam, as yet un­opened but crying out for a well made burger I guess. But above all I am in love with the Strawberry Chipotle, which I have to admit sounded very odd indeed but turns out to be a triumph of sweet and spiky. So far I have basted pork ribs, chicken thighs and lamb cutlets with this clever concoction, and yes, I’ve eaten it off the spoon! I am about to try using them in cocktails too! To find out more go to the sweet beet.co.uk So there is my hot tip for the week, now for a cool tip. With the world gone gin crazy it was inevitable that the industry would soon follow with tonic water. It’s no longer enough to say gin and tonic, you now have to specify which tonic – and my word, how many are there? I actually prefer a straightforward tonic, I like to taste the gin to be honest. But there are times, especially when it’s too hot to drink booze, that I want a cooling but grown up soft drink. No slouches, Schweppes have released a range of alcohol free G&T drinks. They say ultra­low alcohol not alcohol free so there is a tiny percentage, 0.5%, of the good stuff in there, but I guess you would need to drink an awful lot to get squiffy. Anyway, what are they like? Well they are very nice, very drinkable, one with grapefruit and one with lime, and if I was in a bar and not wanting to drink I would certainly give them a go. The overriding hit of course is juniper, the dominant and essential ingredient of any spirit daring to call itself gin. It’s an interesting product, and for the designated driver a safer option.

“ I cannot wait to

experiment with the maple bacon jam ”

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Chaula’s, Brighton

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

Chaula’s, Lewes

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

Boho Gelato, Brighton

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

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Newly refurbished unique venue available for Private Hire

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STAGE Summer on Stage

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nce again, the Creative Learning programme at the Theatre Royal Brighton is offering a host of exciting, workshops, courses and events off stage for people of all ages.

TRB OUT AND ABOUT! Join them at The Barge at Brighton Marina and on the terrace at the i360, to find out more about their theatre and enjoy family activities at these free summer special events. See items from the archive and enjoy free family arts and crafts sessions. The Barge: Tue 14 Aug, 2­4pm i360: Tue 21 Aug, 2­4pm FREE

OPEN DOORS Take a look around, under and on the stage in a special tour for families, which includes a meet and greet with their children’s club mascot Skip the mouse! Thu 2 Aug & Thu 23 Aug, 2pm FREE

OPEN DAY Craft activities, archive information, demos from the tech team and a chance to take a peek into the dressing rooms, under the stage and on the stage of the historic 211 year old building. Wed 15 Aug 11am – 3pm FREE

PERFORMANCES, COURSES AND WORKSHOPS THE SECRET LIFE OF FAIRIES Not all fairies live in the woods, some have other ideas! Join The Fairy Preservation Society on a secret journey around the theatre – make a magic potion

and cast a spell in this magical experience for 4–8 yr olds and their grown ups.

Sun 12 Aug 1.30pm 3pm 4.30pm Mon 13 Aug 10.30am 12pm 1.30pm 3pm 4.30pm – £12.50

TWILIGHT PICNIC From the Stage Door journey through hidden parts of the theatre on your way to the secret twilight picnic spot. Things to see, songs to sing and stories to share in this magical event for families with children. 5yrs+. price includes a picnic bag. Fri 17 & Sat 18 Aug 5pm £8.50

TORCHLIGHT TOURS Follow your guide on a night time backstage tour and hear the stories of people from its 200 year history. Torches provided! Suitable for adults and 12yrs+ Fri 17 & Sat 18 Aug 7.15pm & 8.30pm £8.50

BACKSTAGE WORLD 8–12 year olds and accompanying adults spend the morning behind the scenes in this exciting workshop with the theatre’s technical team. Discover the basics of theatre lighting and sound, what happens backstage before and during a show and how the flying system works. Wed 22 Aug 10.30am – 12.30pm £8.50, family ticket (1 adult, 2 children) £22.50 This is a taster of the programme, for more courses and full details go to www.atgtickets.com/brighton 0844 871 7650*

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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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Treat yourself and your pals to a .night out bingo with a difference – Musical Bingo. It’s just like regular bingo but instead of numbers shouted out, songs are played. There are prizes for one line, two lines, three lines, and a full house – as well as plenty of earworms to drop into your head for the week ahead. Komedia, Thursday 9 August, 7pm, £10

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More than 40 combinations of .Prosecco, Cava, Spumante, Pink fizz, Brut and Prosecco based cocktails are ready for you to savour at the Prosecco Festival. All bars work on a token (no cash) system. And to soak up those bubbles, there’s Italian street food.

Hilton Metropole, Friday 10 (6.30pm–11pm) – Saturday 11 (12.30pm–5pm & 6.30pm–11pm) August, £12.50 – £35

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Before Mean Girls, there was .Heathers. A generation’s cinematic dark comedy encompassing the perils of high school in a delightfully twisted manner, starring Christian Slater and Winona Ryder, celebrates its 30th anniversary with another chance to catch it on the big screen. Cult classic. Duke of York’s Picturehouse, Monday 13 August, 9pm, £7.50

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What do you need for the perfect .Summer’s Day? The perfect Summer’s Day soundtrack, of course! Pop along to this regular Record Fair, with thousands of vinyl bargains and collectors’ items for you to browse through, with the event itself raising funds for local charity Martlets. Komedia, Sunday 12 August, 10am–4pm, free

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TV LISTINGS

FILM: His Girl Friday Under The Radar

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Tuesday 7

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Thursday 9

6.00am Scotland Yard A Hungarian girl is found murdered; stabbed by knitting needles. 6.35 FILM: Tons of Trouble 1956. Comedy. 8.10 FILM: The Six Men 1951. Drama. 9.30 FILM: Hyde Park Corner 1935. Drama. 11.15 FILM: The Plough & The Stars 1936. Drama. 12.40pm FILM: The Iron Maiden 1962. Comedy. 2.40 FILM: His Girl Friday 1940. Drama. 4.30 Burke's Law 1967. Who Killed Mother Goose? 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 Music from Jefferson Airplane, Love, Country Joe and the Fish, Buffalo Springfield, and Neil Young.

6.00am Scotland Yard A stolen car used in a bank robbery proves too fast for the squad car. 6.35 The Screening Room Neil Jones discusses the premier of The Innocent Sinners (1958) 6.45 FILM: Time Of His Life 1956. Comedy. 8.10 FILM: Innocent Sinners 1958. Drama. 10.00 FILM: The Big Trail 1930. Western. 12.20pm FILM: Outcast of the Islands 1951. Drama. 2.20 FILM: Make Mine Mink 1960. Comedy. 4.20 Glimpses: The Finale 1968 1968 Documentary by Wilf Watters. 4.30 Burke's Law 1967. The crime-solving adventures of dashing, debonair Amos Burke. 5.30 Under The Radar Music from Vodun, Black Moth, Red Fang, and Turbowolf. 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 John-Jules and the gang make a poignant visit to an abandoned French village, before heading off for some fun on more alternative forms of horsepower. 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 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 The Arun Valley Postcard Trail Burpham. 11.20 FILM: The Night Strangler 1972. Horror. 1.10am FILM: The Black Tent 1956. Romance.

6.00am Scotland Yard Duggan investigates a murder in the London Underground. 6.35 DILM: Flight From Vienna 1956. Drama. 7.45 FILM: Paper Tiger 1975. Drama. 9.45 FILM: The Sandwich Man 1966. Comedy. 11.45 FILM: Junior Bonner 1972. Western. 1.50pm FILM: Krakatoa East Of Java 1968. Drama. 4.30 Burke's Law 1967. Who Killed Rosie Sunset? 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 host a post-punk special with Wire, Magazine, The Fall, Gang of Four, and Swell Maps.

Monday 13

6.00 Latest News 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 Miss Jason's House Party An entertaining game show hosted by the talented Miss Jason where the star-studded panellists, studio audience and TV viewers have to guess a well-known celebrity’s home from a set of video clues. 11.00 FILM: What Ever Happened To Aunt Alice 1969. Drama. 1.00am FILM: During One Night 1961. Drama.

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6.00am Scotland Yard A young girl’s body found near a busy motorway tells of something sinister. 6.35 FILM: Minesweeper 1943. War drama. 7.55 FILM: House Across the Lake 1954. Crime drama. 9.25 June Allyson Stars June Allyson as the regular hostess and occasional star of this dramatic anthology series, from light comedy to melodrama with support from other stars. 9.55 FILM: Reach For The Sky 1956. War drama. 12.25pm FILM: Malta Story 1953. War. 2.30 FILM: Notorious 1946. Drama. 4.30 Burke's Law Who Killed Wimbledon Hastings? 5.30 Under The Radar Paul and Jeff host a post-punk special. 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 show videos from Babymetal, Band-Maid, Ladybaby, and Doll$Boxx. 7.30 Brighton Album Chart Show Probably the coolest music video chart on telly. Nelson Navarro introduces a top 10 countdown of the best selling albums in Brighton. 20.00 Latest NewsThe 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 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: Villain 1971. Drama. 1.00am FILM: The Trap 1966. Drama.

6.00am Take Two Valerie Leon interview. 6.30 FILM: Passenger to London 1937. Thriller. 7.35 Hawkeye & the Last of the Mohicans Freedom of the press is threatened when the editor is framed for murder. 8.05 FILM: Live It Up 1963. 9.30 FILM: Night Prowl 1958. 10.00 The Big Valley Heath joins a posse lead by his old boss, a U.S. Marshall. 11.00 FILM: Invasion 1966. Fantasy. 12.40pm FILM: The Night My Number Came Up 1955. Mystery. 2.40 FILM: Don't Panic Chaps 1959. Comedy. 4.25 Guy Lloyd's 2-Minute Telly Show 4.30 Under The Radar Paul and Jeff look at who sampled whom. 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. 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 introduce music by AC/DC, Geordie, Sedulus, and Cats in Space. 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 look at who sampled whom. 10.30 Under The Radar 11.00 Under The Radar 11.30 The Arun Valley Postcard Trail Houghton. 11.45 Guy Lloyd's 2-Minute Telly Show 11.50 FILM: Shampoo 1975. Comedy. 2.00am FILM: The Night Strangler 1972.

6.00am FILM: Landslide 1936. Crime. 7.15 Glimpses: The Indian Raiders 7.30 Hawkeye & the Last of the Mohicans Little Snowbird falls into a deep trance after Hawkeye presents her with a doll. 8.00 FILM: Casbah 1948. Musical. 9.45 Glimpses: The History of Rover A short look at the history of Rover. 10.00 The Big Valley A daughter comes to the Barkle's and blames her father for ruining her life. 11.00 FILM: Albert R.N. 1953. 12.45pm FILM: The Black Tent 1956. Romance. 2.30 FILM: The Bargee 1964. Comedy. 4.40 Guy Lloyd's 2-Minute Telly Show 4.45 Nostalgia 77 Short film. 5.00 Under The Radar 5.30 Under The Radar 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 The latest news where we are, the latest sports news, plus national and international updates, and the up-to-date forecast for your area and beyond. 8.30 Brighton Album Chart Show Probably the coolest music video chart on telly. Nelson Navarro 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 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: The Chase 1966. Drama. 12.50am FILM: D.O.A. 1988. Thriller.

6.00 Latest News 6.30 The Vote The People's Republic of Brighton and Hove Takeover. An isle of sanity in a sea of blue. 7.00 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 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 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 Miss Jason's House Party An entertaining game show hosted by the talented Miss Jason where the star-studded panellists, studio audience and TV viewers have to guess a well-known celebrity’s home from a set of video clues. 11.00 FILM: Only Two Can Play 1962. Comedy. 1.10am FILM: Innocent Sinners 1958. Drama.

6.00am Scotland Yard A horse rider is found dead in suspicious circumstances. 6.35 FILM: Operation Diplomat 1953. Crime. 8.00 BFI: The Hospital Nurse 1941. Factual. Recruitment film presenting an ideal view of the nursing profession. 8.10 FILM: The Riverside Murder 1935. Crime. 9.25 FILM: The Old Curiosity Shop 1934. Drama. 11.25 Glimpses: A Day in the Life 1936. Directed by Hubert Schonger. We follow a fishing village family as they go about their daily duties. 11.40 FILM: The Intruder 1953. Drama. 1.20pm FILM: Clash By Night 1963. Drama. 2.50 FILM: The Adventurers 1951. Adventure. 4.30 Burke's Law Who Killed the Fat Cat? 5.30 Under The Radar Birth Of Hip-Hop. 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 8.30 The Easy Riders The Easy Riders continue to battle the elements as Danny John-Jules decides there's only one way to keep warm, but will the locals approve? 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 Nostalgia 77 Short film in which Tru Thoughts recording artist Nostalgia 77, aka Ben Lamdin, looks back on 15 years of making music. 11.15 FILM: Villain 1971. Drama. 1.15am FILM: Only Two Can Play 1962. Comedy.


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Tuesday 7 August

6.35am Tons of Trouble 1956. Comedy. Directed by Leslie S. Hiscott. Starring Richard Hearne & William Hartnell. Mr Pastry names the apartment boilers he maintains 'Mavis and Ethel'. Trouble begins when he faces the sack. 8.10 The Six Men 1951. Drama. Directed by Michael Law. A story tracing the activities of a gang of crooks whose long run of successful coups has the police in a panic. Starring Harold Warrender & Olga Edwardes. 9.30 Hyde Park Corner FILM OF THE DAY 1935. Drama. Directed by Sinclair Hill and starring Gordon Harker, Binnie Hale and Eric Portman. A duel is destined to be repeated when the two descendants of the original duel meet. 11.15 The Plough & The Stars 1936. Drama. Starring Barbara Stanwyck. Nora attempts to lead a quiet life away from the political chaos of the Easter Rebellion that has engulfed Ireland and her home city. Directed by John Ford. 12.40pm The Iron Maiden 1962. Comedy. Directed by Gerald Thomas. Starring Michael Craig & Joan Sims. An aircraft designer with a passion for traction engines, designs a new supersonic jet plane to sell to America. 2.40 His Girl Friday 1940. Drama. Director: Howard Hawks. Stars Cary Grant, Rosalind Russell & Ralph Bellamy. A newspaper editor tries everything to keep his ace reporter ex-wife from remarrying. 11.10 What Ever Happened To Aunt Alice 1969. Drama. Directed by Lee H. Katzin. Stars Ruth Gordon, Geraldine Page & Robert Fuller. Alice applies for the job of housekeeper in order to find out what happened to a missing widowed friend.

Friday 10 August

6.35am Minesweeper 1943. War drama starring Richard Arlen, Jean Parker & Russell Hayden. A former naval deserter is drawn back to the services after the attack on Pearl Harbour. 7.55 House Across the Lake 1954. Crime drama. Directed & written by Ken Hughes. Stars Alex Nicol, Hillary Brooke & Sidney James. An American living in England is enticed into a scheme by a beautiful blonde to murder her husband 9.55 Reach For The Sky 1956. War drama. Directed by Lewis Gilbert and stars Kenneth More, Muriel Pavlow and Lyndon Brook. This is the true story of Douglas Bader, who loses his legs but returns to flight during WW2. 12.25pm Malta Story 1953. War. Director: Brian Desmond Hurst. Stars Alec Guinness, Jack Hawkins, Muriel Pavlow, Anthony Steel & Flora Robson. British RAF face invasion on the strategic island of Malta during WW2.

Make Mine Mink

Sunday 12 August

6.00am Landslide 1936. Crime. A landslide traps a group of actors in a small theatre in Wales. The cashier is killed, who will be next? Starring Jimmy Handley and Dinah Sheridan.

FILM OF THE DAY 2.30 Notorious 1946. Drama. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. Stars Cary Grant, Ingrid Bergman & Claude Rains. A woman is asked to spy on a group of Nazi friends in South America, but how far will she have to go?

8.00 Casbah FILM OF THE DAY 1948. Musical. John Berry. Stars Yvonne De Carlo, Tony Martin & Peter Lorre. Pepe Le Moko leads a gang of jewel thieves in the Casbah of Algiers, where he has exiled himself to escape imprisonment.

11.00 Villain 1971. Drama. Director: Michael Tuchner. Stars Richard Burton, Ian McShane & Nigel Davenport. Your everyday London businessman and sadistic gang leader. Once you've met, you'll wish you hadn't.

11.00 Albert R.N. 1953. Directed by Lewis Gilbert. Starring Jack Warner, Robert Beatty and Anthony Steel. With the help of a life-like dummy, Allied forces are escaping a POW camp. Based on a true story. 12.45pm The Black Tent 1956. Romance. Directed by Brian Desmond Hurst. Starring Donald Sinden, Anna-Maria Sandri and Donald Pleasence. After the war, a young man sets out in search of his missing older brother.

Wednesday 8 August

6.45am Time Of His Life 1956. Comedy. A released prisoner (Richard Hearne) goes home to embarrass his social climbing daughter. Starring Richard Wattis.

2.30 The Bargee 1964. Comedy. Directed by Duncan Wood. Stars Harry H. Corbett, Hugh Griffith & Ronnie Barker. The film charts the course of love of a Casanova who lives and works on the canals, breaking hearts.

8.10 Innocent Sinners 1958. Drama. Directed by Philip Leacock. Stars Flora Robson, June Archer, David Kossoff & Christopher Hey. A girl finds expression of her sensitive side by creating a garden.

10.10 The Chase 1966. Drama. Directed by Arthur Penn. Stars Marlon Brando, Jane Fonda, Robert Redford & Angie Dickinson. Bubber Reeves' escape from prison affects the inhabitants of a small Southern town.

10.00 The Big Trail 1930. Western. Director: Raoul Walsh. Stars John Wayne, Marguerite Churchill & Tyrone Power Sr. Breck Coleman agrees to lead and protect pioneers trying to make their way on the Oregon Trail.

Monday 13 August

6.35am Operation Diplomat 1953. Crime Directed By John Guillermin. Stars Guy Rolfe, Lisa Daniely, Patricia Dainton. A surgeon is forced to operate on an injured man by a gang of smugglers.

12.20pm Outcast of the Islands 1951. Drama. Directed by Carol Reed. Starring Ralph Richardson & Trevor Howard. A clerk in a south sea trading post gets involved in a smuggling plot, eventually betraying his employer in the process.

8.10 The Riverside Murder 1935. Crime. Stars Basil Sydney, Alastair Sim, Judy Gunn and Tom Helmore. Inspector Winton investigates a murder that has occurred shortly before a meeting of financiers.

2.20 Make Mine Mink FILM OF THE DAY 1960. Comedy. Director: Robert Asher. Stars Terry-Thomas, Billie Whitelaw, Athene Seyler & Hattie Jacques. Boarding house residents find new excitement in life by stealing mink coats.

9.25 The Old Curiosity Shop 1934. Drama. Stars Elaine Benson, Ben Webster & Hay Petrie. A kind shop owner whose overwhelming gambling debts allow a greedy landlord to seize his shop and evict him.

11.20 The Night Strangler 1972. Horror. Directed Dan Curtis and starring Darren McGavin, Jo Ann Pflug and Simon Oakland. A reporter hunts down a 144-year old alchemist who is killing women for their blood.

Shampoo

Thursday 9 August

6.35am Flight From Vienna 1956. Drama. Director: Denis Kavanagh. Stars John Bentley, Theodore Bikel & Donald Gray. When a Hungarian official asks for asylum in the west, he is forced to go back home to prove his sincerity.

Saturday 11 August

6.30am Passenger to London 1937. Thriller. Director: Lawrence Huntingdon. Stars John Warwick, Jenny Laird & Paul Neville.

7.45 Paper Tiger 1975. Drama. Directed by Ken Annakin and starring David Niven. An English man is hired as a tutor to the son of a Japanese ambassador. Life changes when the pair are kidnapped for political reasons.

8.05 Live It Up 1963. Featuring music from the likes of Kenny Ball, Gene Vincent and Heinz. A pop film classic from the golden era. Dave (David Hemmings) and his mates are GPO riders who dream of becoming stars.

9.45 The Sandwich Man 1966. Comedy. Director: Robert Hartford-Davis. Stars Michael Bentine, Harry H Corbett & Norman Wisdom. A man with a sandwich-board goes around London meeting people from all walks of life.

11.00 Invasion 1966. Fantasy. Director: Alan Bridges. Stars Edward Judd, Yoko Tani & Valerie Gearon. An English army unit come up against strange beings from another planet who have landed on earth.

11.45 Junior Bonner FILM OF THE DAY 1972. Western. Directed by Sam Peckinpah and starring Steve McQueen, Robert Peston and Ida Lupino. Ace Bonner returns to Arizona several years after he abandoned his family.

12.40pm The Night My Number Came Up 1955. Mystery. Directed by Leslie Norman and starring Michael Redgrave, Sheila Sim, Denholm Elliott and Alexander Knox. A military aircraft's fate may or may not depend on a prophetic nightmare.

1.50pm Krakatoa East Of Java 1968. Drama. Directed by Bernard L Kowalski. Stars Diane Baker, Maximilian Schell, Brian Keith, John Leyton & Sal Mineo. A ship captain Hanson plans a salvage mission in The Dutch East Indies.

2.40 Don't Panic Chaps 1959. Comedy. Directed by George Pollock. Stars Dennis Price, George Cole, Thorley Walters & Terence Alexande. British and German soldiers peacefully share a little island until Elsa is cast ashore.

11.00 Only Two Can Play 1962. Comedy. Director: Sidney Gilliat. Stars Peter Sellers, Mai Zetterling, Virginia Maskell & Kenneth Griffith. John spends his time daydreaming of illicit affairs with attractive women.

FILM OF THE DAY 11.50 Shampoo 1975. Comedy. Directed by Hal Ashby. Stars Warren Beatty, Lee Grant, Julie Christie, Goldie Hawn & Carrie Fisher. A Hairdresser runs into trouble when his habits begin to clash with his ambitions.

11.40 The Intruder FILM OF THE DAY 1953. Drama. Stars Jack Hawkins, Dennis Price, Michael Medwin, George Cole & Hugh Williams. An ex Colonel catches one of his former men robbing his house and investigates why. 1.20pm Clash By Night 1963. Drama. Directed by Montgomery Tully. Starring Terence Longdon , Jennifer Jayne & Harry Fowler. A prison bus enroute to jail is hijacked by a gang determined to free their leader. 2.50 The Adventurers 1951. Adventure. Director: David Macdonald. Stars Jack Hawkins, Dennis Price, Siobhan McKenna & Peter Hammond. During the Boer War, several men go into the South African veldt in search of diamonds. 11.15 Villain 1971. Drama. Director: Michael Tuchner. Stars Richard Burton, Ian McShane & Nigel Davenport. Your everyday London businessman and sadistic gang leader. Once you've met, you'll wish you hadn't.

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