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YOUR FREE GUIDE To our Islands’ Happenings

Old StOry time

at HlSCC Friday, Saturday & Sunday ALSO THIS WEEK: Life in the Spirit Crusade @ New Life Baptist Church • Go Green Launch Party • Sugarcane Opening @ Nail Bay


This Week’s Feature Story

Old Story Time – Jamaican Drama Plays Out at HLSCC Don’t miss this weekend’s theatrical treat at HLSCC, the University of the Virgin Islands’ production of Old Story Time, a play written by Trevor D. Rhone and directed by David Edgecombe. Showtimes are Friday and Saturday at 8pm and Sunday at 4pm and the production is a tribute to the author’s outstanding contribution to Caribbean theatre. The play is a Jamaican tale about Len Tomlinson (Noel Charles), his mother Miss Aggie (Heather Hogarth Smith), his wife Lois (Jamilya Christopher), and his adversary George (Joshua Jno-Pierre). Pa Ben (George Silcott, Jr.) is the skilful storyteller who works hard to broker peace and advocates love and understand above all else. Miss Aggie is a salt-of-the-earth Caribbean woman “from country” who has nothing but the highest of ambitions for her son Len. She pushes him to study hard and encourages him to marry Margaret (Asheda Maccow). However, when she catches Len frolicking at the river with his childhood playmate, Pearle (Carlla Morris), she gives him a good beating. Later, as an Economics student in England, Len marries Lois, the pretty black woman he fell in love

with before leaving Jamaica, which does not please his “mama.” On his return to Jamaica with Lois, Len must confront his old enemy George, who brutally ill-treated him Scene from Old Story Time throughout high school with the help of Margaret, who is now married to George. Len discovers that George amassed a fortune through unscrupulous development schemes, and soon learns that the crooked banker also robbed his “mama” of her life savings. He assembles the evidence that could see George, and perhaps even Margaret in jail. However, Len learns quickly that he will have to fight “mama” before he can carry out his “moral right to rid society” of “a scum” like George. And “mama’s” weapon of choice is “Obeah!” Tickets are $20 each. For ticketing and other information call Linette Baa on 852-7223. – Jan Critchley

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Ask Koren Daughter not meeting expectations

Your personal E-therapist is in the house!

Ask Koren

Dear Koren, I am having two issues with my 16 year old daughter. First of all, we are already in January and she does not seem to be taking her CXC studying seriously and she is taking eight subjects. Secondly, she is saying she wants to follow in my footsteps and be a nurse, but I know that nursing is really hard work with not much pay. How do I motivate her with the first issue and discourage her with the second?

notes and textbooks – this way, she does not feel intense pressure and information will stick in her mind. While you want the best for her, it is early and she can build up momentum slowly, rather than cramming and then she crashes and burns. Try to be supportive, rather than nagging and help her to utilize her strengths to achieve success. As it relates to her choice of career, nursing is an essential service. The benefits might not be all monetary, but your daughter might get a sense of satisfaction from knowing that she is making a difference in people’s lives. Also, if she chooses to go overseas, nurses are paid a lot more and their services are quite valuable. Obviously, you have represented the career well, which would have had some influence on her. Instead of discouraging her against choosing nursing, it would be a better idea to explain to her the pros and cons of being in the profession and help her to make a good decision.

–Concerned and Distressed Mother Dear Concerned and Distressed Mother, I can understand your concerns, but do not be distressed. Look at the positives here: Your daughter has made it to her final year of school when many students have dropped out or became pregnant, she is ambitious, she talks to you about her goals, and she admires you enough to want to follow in your footsteps. All in all, I would say that you have a lot to be thankful for. Sometimes we start our kids off in school early and they go from day care right up to high school so by the time they get to 5th form they might be tired. If she has just finished preparing her SBA’s, her brain must really need a break. So try to see things from her viewpoint. Try motivating her and encourage her to read her

Lime ... “to hang around idly” or “to go out on the town.” Source: The Dictionary of Virgin Islands English Creole by the late educator and historian Lito Valls. The Limin’ Times brings you all the news about when and where to “lime” in the British Virgin Islands. Limin’ Times Entertainment Guide

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By Winifred Johnson

Education on the Go! Recently, I was over on Anegada with friends to spend a few days visiting and just limin’ in general. On day two, we spent some time at Loblolly at the Big Bamboo – a favorite watering hole (both for the swimming and the libations). Whilst we were there, we encountered a blaze of brightly colored tee-shirts and a cacophony of voices to rival the sound of the waves. We discovered that this was a group of ninety-one, Class Four (Grade Five) students from Althea Scatliffe

ing from the ferry, the group toured the island check-

Primary School on Tortola who were on a field trip.

ing out the numerous salt ponds, flamingos, wild don-

Ninety-one young voices unleashed – the sheer ener-

keys and cows.

gy alone could have raised the roof.

At lunch at the Big Bamboo, where we met the

Teachers and chaperons engaged, corralled,

group, the children marveled at the lobster car being

guided, joked and hung out with their charges. And as

pulled from the ocean teeming with the live crus-

we got talking to the teachers, we learned that

taceans. They scattered about to pick sea grapes from

Natasha Marshall, Head of Grade Five, had organized

the abundant trees throughout the property and

this field trip to complete the class work she and fel-

climbed from the trees to the shaded hammocks.

low teachers had taught in Social Studies. They had

One student, Shekinah Stoutt, had never been to

just finished studying the islands of the BVI and had

Anegada before. She said the island was very long

decided that the best way to conclude the studies was

and flat with sandy, bumpy roads with pretty flamin-

to take the class on the road – and on the water to see

gos and friendly people. She would like to go back.

the islands for themselves.

The trip concluded with a swim at Cow Wreck Beach

The teachers had contacted Carnel Clyne, Senior

on the north side of the island.

Product Officer for the BVI Tourist Board & Film

It was very encouraging to see these young peo-

Commission who was asked to narrate the trip. Their

ple enjoying their land and sea and also to note that

first stop was to Norman and Salt Islands where he

the adults with them recognize how important it is for

delighted the children by reminding them that Pirates

these leaders of tomorrow to be informed and enthu-

of the Caribbean was partially filmed on Norman

siastic about their home. Carnel Clyne agreed and

Island. Their next stop was Anegada and as they made

said “Expose, appreciate and maintain – that’s what

their approach, the reef in all its glory became the

this is about.” I say “right on” and add – don’t forget

topic of conversation and education. After disembark-

to celebrate and enjoy!

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tv specials & highlights THURSDAY JANUARY 19, 2012 7:00 0 24 Hour Catwalk 1 Miami Animal Police 4 NCIS 7:30N Pimp My Ride 8:00 0 Project Runway All Stars 4 NCIS P Psychic Gold Hunt A trio of psychics use extrasensory means for treasure hunt. 9:00 _ ( Wipeout ) The Vampire Diaries * The Big Bang Theory D Bill Gates: How a Geek   9:30 * Rob 10:00 _ ( Grey’s Anatomy ) The Secret Circle D Best Buy: The Big Box Fights Back Inside the Kentucky warehouse that calls itself Geek Squad City; employees prepare for Black Friday. (N) P Drain the Great Lakes Computergenerated imagery is used to reveal hidden secrets of North America’s Great Lakes. Z Pink Floyd: Pulse Recording of a Pink Floyd concert. 10:30 ` Up All Night 11:00 * The Mentalist 1 Dog Whisperer P Gold Rush Ghost Ships Archaeologists explore the traces of a sunken fleet in the Yukon River.

Z Baadasssss Cinema Filmmaker Isaac Julien uses archival footage, film clips and interviews to tell the story of “Blaxploitation.”

tv specials & highlights

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7:00 1 Miami Animal Police 4 NCIS P America’s Most Hated Family Louis Theroux moves in with a difficult family. 8:00 0 America’s Most Wanted P Hooked 9:00 _ ( Shark Tank ) Remodeled * A Gifted Man ` Chuck 9:30 1 The Planet’s Funniest Animals 10:00 _ ( Primetime: What Would You Do? ) Supernatural P Tijuana Drug Lords The ArellanoFelix Organization recruits an army of American gang members. 10:30 1 Beauty and the Beasts People may react to an animal’s appearance. 6 Twist of Fate 11:00 _ ( 20/20 * Blue Bloods 0 America’s Most Wanted 1 Dog Whisperer P The Aryan Brotherhood In the 1960s a secretive criminal gang begins recruiting

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in California’s maximum-security penitentiaries.

SATURDAY JANUARY 21, 2012 7:00 4 NCIS 7:30 B Shipping Wars 8:00 , NOVA 9:00 ` Harry’s Law 1 Animal Planet’s Most Outrageous 4 NCIS 9:30 [ African Voices Some of Africa’s most intriguing talent. 10:00 ` The Firm P Alaska State Troopers 11:00 _ ( Castle ` Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 0 America’s Most Wanted 1 The Dinosaur Hunters Dinosaur and fossil digging of the Saskatchewan T-Rex. P Alaska State Troopers

SUNDAY JANUARY 22, 2012 7:00 4 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit > Kourtney & Kim Take New York L Gold Rush P Taboo


Your Guide to British Virgin Islands Events

Sugarcane Grand Opening Week Drop in at the newly renovated Sugarcane Restaurant in Nail Bay on Virgin Gorda for their Grand Opening Celebration Week. The restaurant has expanded around the pool with cantilevered umbrellas providing a shady yet expansive view over the Sir Francis Drake Channel. Stop by for lunch or dinner any day from Friday, 20 January to Friday, 27 January and receive one free drink for every lunch entrée purchased, and one free appetizer for every dinner entrée ordered. How sweet is that!

Friday and Saturday at the JR and get ready to dance till late to their New Orleans Rock, Funk and Soul sounds.

Life in the Spirit

Strictly The Best

Get enlightened and head to the New Life Baptist Church this Thursday and Friday night for 7pm for the Life in the Spirit Crusade where visiting Bishop Noel Jones from City of Refuge, California will be preaching to the congregation.

Don’t miss the Strictly the Best party at UP’s this Saturday. There will be a live performance by TINO plus music by DJ Commodore – the ultimate DJ playing the best Hip-Hop, Dancehall, Electro House and Soca in town. A door prize is up for grabs and ladies pay only $5 before 11pm. So for a great night of music and dancing, you know where to go!

Go Green With A Greenie It’s Friday, and that means it’s time to party. After the Heineken Happy Hour at Le Grand Café, or $1 beer specials at Drake’s Point, head off to Captain Mulligan’s for the Go Green Launch Party. Live music is by Showtime Band and then DJs Dre and Bertrum will be playing your favorite tunes. Heineken is the drink of the night and there will be lots of giveaways. So end your week with a great party for a good cause!

Coming Up Warm Water – Hot Racing – Guaranteed! The 2012 sailing event of the year, the 41st BVI Spring Regatta and Sailing Festival, (March 26th to April 1st) is almost upon us. In the meantime, you can win $100 of drinks vouchers. Simply go onto their Facebook page and click “Like.” Then post a photo or story about a previous BVI Spring Regatta that you would like to share, and you could be a lucky winner!

Get Your Groove On Check out Chris Klein and the Boulevards this

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live music • events • concerts •

THURSDAY - JAN. 19

ELM’S — Beach BBQ & Live Entertainment; Happy

Hour 4-6:30pm

ROAD TOWN PUSSER’S — Daily Happy Hour from 5-7pm LE GRAND CAFÉ — Heineken Happy Hour 5-7pm DRAKES POINT — Happy Hour $1 Beers THE PUB — Heineken Happy Hour 5-7pm NEW LIFE BAPTIST CHURCH — Life in the Spirit Crusade from 7pm

NANNY CAY CPT. MULLIGANS — Go Green Launch Party with

music by Showtime Band, DJ Dre & Bertrum at 9pm

VG & OUTER ISLANDS SCRUB ISLAND — Cheeseburgers in Paradise with

live music

CANE GARDEN BAY MYETT’S — Tapas Night & Live music by Cave Stout QUITO’S — Quito plays solo ELM’S — Carib & Mackeson 2 for $5 all day

NAIL BAY (VG) — Sugarcane Restaurant Opening

SATURDAY - JAN. 21 ROAD TOWN

VG & OUTER ISLANDS

PUSSER’S — Daily Happy Hour from 5-7pm

MARINA CAY — Eric Stone plays Happy Hour 5-8pm

LE GRAND CAFÉ — Heineken Happy Hour 5-7pm DRAKES POINT — Happy Hour $1 Beers

FRIDAY - JAN. 20

THE PUB — Heineken Happy Hour 5-7pm

ROAD TOWN

UPS CINEMA — Strictly the Best party with DJ

PUSSER’S — Daily Happy Hour from 5-7pm

Commodore

LE GRAND CAFÉ — Heineken Happy Hour 5-7pm DRAKES POINT — Happy Hour $1 Beers THE PUB — Heineken Happy Hour 5-7pm UPS CINEMA — TGIF party music by DJ Millennium NEW LIFE BAPTIST CHURCH — Life in the Spirit

Crusade from 7pm

HLSCC — Old Story Time play starts at 8pm

WEST END JOLLY ROGER — Chris Klein & The Boulevards

CANE GARDEN BAY

EAST END HLSCC — Old Story Time play starts at 8pm

MYETT’S — KapEye Plays 5-7pm sunset happy hour

& WII Bowiling Games QUITO’S — Guest Artist

WEST END JOLLY ROGER — Chris Klein & The Boulevards

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ELM’S — Carib & Mackeson 2 for $5 all day

CANE GARDEN BAY

SUNDAY - JAN. 22

MYETT’S — Speciality Pizza Night

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ts • parties • sports • movies and more

PUSSER’S — Daily Happy Hour from 5-7pm

SCRUB ISLAND — Caribbean Night & Tropical Buffet

LE GRAND CAFÉ — Heineken Happy Hour 5-7pm

with live music from 6-10pm

DRAKES POINT — Happy Hour $1 Beers THE PUB — Heineken Happy Hour 5-7pm

TUESDAY - JAN. 24

UPS CINEMA — Latin Party w/ DJ Foggie

ROAD TOWN

EAST END

PUSSER’S — Daily Happy Hour from 5-7pm

HLSCC — Old Story Time play starts at 4pm

LE GRAND CAFÉ — Heineken Happy Hour 5-7pm

UPCOMING EVENTS

DRAKES POINT — Happy Hour $1 Beers

CANE GARDEN BAY

THE PUB — Heineken Happy Hour 5-7pm

MYETT’S — Clem on steel pans & WII Bowling QUITO’S — Guest Artist

CANE GARDEN BAY

ELM’S — Beach BBQ & Live Entertainment; Happy

MYETT’S — Special Pizza Night & KapEye plays

Hour 4-6:30pm

Happy Hour QUITO’S — Quito plays solo

CAPOON’S BAY

ELM’S — Happy Hour 4-6:30pm

BOMBA SHACK — Miri & the Final Faze Band 9pm

VG & OUTER ISLANDS MARINA CAY — Eric Stone plays Happy Hour 5-8pm

MONDAY - JAN. 23 ROAD TOWN PUSSER’S — Daily Happy Hour from 5-7pm LE GRAND CAFÉ — Heineken Happy Hour 5-7pm THE PUB — Heineken Happy Hour 5-7pm DRAKES POINT — Happy Hour $1 Beers

CANE GARDEN BAY

VG & OUTER ISLANDS MARINA CAY — Eric Stone plays Happy Hour 5-8pm

WEDNESDAY - JAN. 25 ROAD TOWN

Farmer’s Week Feb 3 - 10 Sugarcane Restaurant Nail bay Grand Opening — Jan 20-27 Red Stripe Super Bowl Tail Gate Party @ Myetts — Feb 5

LE GRAND CAFÉ — Heineken Happy Hour 5-7pm DRAKES POINT — Happy Hour $1 Beers THE PUB — Heineken Happy Hour 5-7pm

CANE GARDEN BAY MYETT’S — Bushwacker Specials & KapEye at Happy

MYETT’S — Mexican night music by Candyman

Hour

QUITO’S — Guest Artist

ELM’S — Pizza & Shepherds Pie Night with live

ELM’S — Happy Hour 4-6:30pm

entertainment; Happy Hour 4-6:30pm

VG & OUTER ISLANDS

VG & OUTER ISLANDS

MARINA CAY — Eric Stone plays Happy Hour 5-8pm

MARINA CAY — Eric Stone plays Happy Hour 5-8pm

Jazz on the Hill — Feb 17, 18 Corky Chamber Blues @ HLSCC — Feb 25 Caribbean Arts & Crafts Festival — Mar 9-14 Ashu Classical Saxophonist @ HLSCC — Mar 10 Caribbean Super Yacht Regatta — Mar 14-17 Diana King Reggae Showcase @ HLSCC — Mar 24

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tv specials & highlights 7:30 < Solemn Vigil Mass for Life From Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C. 8:00 * 60 Minutes 1 The Planet’s Funniest Animals 4 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 8:30 1 The Planet’s Funniest Animals 9:00 _ ( Once Upon a Time ∂ Mildred Pierce In the wake of a tragedy, Mildred moves forward with preparations for her restaurant. 9:30 > Kourtney & Kim Take New York 10:00 _ ( Desperate Housewives , Masterpiece Classic 10:15 ∂ Mildred Pierce Mildred expands her Glendale eatery; Veda despairs when her piano teacher dies. (Part 4 of 5) 11:00 * CSI: Miami , Masterpiece Mystery! P Alaska State Troopers

8:30 ∫ North American International Auto Show 2011 9:00 _ ( The Bachelor

P On Board Air Force One Perhaps the tv specials & highlights most-secure aircraft in the world carries

MONDAY JANUARY 23, 2012 7:00 1 NYPD Animal Squad New York police officers have a one-on-one relationship with their canine and equine counterparts. 7:30 < Death as a Salesman: What’s Wrong With Assisted Suicide Euthanasia; the “right to die” in the Netherlands; hospice care. 8:00 4 NCIS

the president through Sept. 11, a flight to Baghdad, and a diplomatic mission through the Middle East. ∂ Game of Thrones 9:30 * 2 Broke Girls 10:00 ) Hart of Dixie 11:00 * Hawaii Five-0 ` Rock Center With Brian Williams 0 The Long Island Serial Killer Desperate families try to hunt down their daughters’ killers. P Alaska Wing Men

TUESDAY JANUARY 24, 2012 7:00 0 Wife Swap 1 NYPD Animal Squad New York police officers have a one-on-one relationship with their canine and equine counterparts. 9:00 _ ( Last Man Standing ) 90210 2 Let’s Stay Together 4 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 9:30 _ ( Work It 2 Let’s Stay Together 10:00 ) Remodeled

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10:30 1 At the End of My Leash 11:00 0 24 Hour Catwalk

WEDNESDAY JANUARY 25, 2012 7:00 1 K-9 Cops B The First 48 L Untamed Alaska This exploration will showcase why Alaska has earned the name, America’s last frontier. 7:30 < Hearing God Catholic priest Christopher Klusman of Milwaukee. 8:00 0 Monster In-Laws 1 Iron Curtain: Ribbon of Life A strip of land was once devoted to death and division. L Alaska: Most Extreme Its large mountains, fierce wildlife and cruel winters make Alaska an unpredictable location. 9:00 _ ( The Middle L Raw Alaska Incredible stories in Alaska; a skier is caught in an avalanche; a man is run over by a buffalo. 9:30 _ ( Suburgatory N Dumbest Stuff on Wheels 10:00 _ ( Modern Family 10:30 N Pimp My Ride 11:00 _ ( Revenge * CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 1 Dog Whisperer P Drugs, Inc.

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By Paul Backshall

Midnight in Paris rather be back in California. Gil’s trip back in time to an era he loves, starts to colour his vision of the perfect life. He suggests to Inez they get married and move to Paris where he can get his creative juices flowing. She thinks he’s nuts. When Gil meets Pablo Picasso and falls for his beguiling mistress Adriana (Marion Cotillard), things start getting complicated. The film, acclaimed as one of Woody Allen’s Imagine being an aspiring novelist who loves jazz

best, demonstrates what happens when people

music and revels in the atmosphere of Paris (gosh,

believe a life different from their own is somehow

that sounds like me) who finds himself in a time

better.

warp and comes face to face with F. Scott Fitzgerald, Josephine Baker and Ernest Hemingway! Well that’s what happens to Gil, a successful Hollywood screenwriter, who accompanies his fiancée Inez and her parents on a business trip to Paris. Her father dislikes the French but can’t resist a deal. Things start off well, with the usual sightseeing trips, but the situation deteriorates when they bump into a know-it-all friend of Inez who’s an expert on everything and insists on showing them round. Inez (Rachel McAdams) is fascinated, while Gil prefers to wander the streets of Paris on his own, soaking up the atmosphere. Written and directed by Woody Allen, Midnight in Paris stars Owen Wilson as Gil and features some excellent footage of the world’s most romantic city in all its phases – bright and sunny or pouring with rain – it never loses its charm – except for Inez who’d Limin’ Times Entertainment Guide

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By Dean “The Sportsman” Greenaway

A Track Season of Great Promise When the 2012 Track and Field season opened on Saturday with the Gatorade Development Series, athletes showed that they were raring to go. It was the start of a season like we have never seen before — a season of great promise. Just 17 days earlier, athletes had collected awards during the 3rd BVI Athletics Association Athletes Awards Recognition Gala and it didn’t take long for them to set the tone for the season. First, joint Sol BVI Youth Female Athlete of the Year and 2011 Carifta Games 100m bronze medalist Nelda Huggins, blasted her speciality in under 12 seconds. Then her award counterpart, Tarika “Tinker Bell” Moses, flirted with the 800m National Youth Record with the fastest hand time ever recorded by an Under 18s athlete. Shortly there after, Lakeisha “Mimi” Warner, the BVI Athletics Association’s 2011 Most Improved Female Athlete of The Year, bested 800m Sr. National Record holder Samantha John during her first race back in the 400m, getting to the line in 58.30 seconds. While the girls have been shining since 2005, it was good to see the boys not being outdone. J’Maal Alexander sprinted under 10.8 seconds in the 100m and Shaquoy Stephens repelled the 2011 Colonial Comeback Athlete of The Year, Deshawn “Fast Man” Douglas in the 400m, with a 50.26 time. All of the above mentioned were at last year’s Carifta Games and they’ve again put their names to the selectors as candidates for this year’s trip to the games in Bermuda in early April. “Compared to previous years, I think today we started off with a big bang,” Meet Director Dag Samuels declared after Saturday’s meet.

Tarika "Tinker Bell" Moses, takes of in the 800m

“We had several performances that we have to take note of although all the running events were hand timed. We had some really fast times in the 800m, where Tarika Moses ran 2 minutes and 19 seconds hand time; Nelda ran under 12 seconds and boys under 11 and we had a low 50 seconds in the 400m. All in all, I think we had a good beginning for our development series.” Samuels said that from what was seen in the season opener, by the fourth race in the Gatorade Development Series, there’ll be good things coming. “By that time, everybody will be into their own events and we should see some fantastic performances, both on the field and on the track,” he stated. As its an Olympic year, our eyes will be on Chantel Malone, Ashley Kelly and Karene King in particular, all of whom will try to join Tahesia HarriganScott in London, when the Games open on July 27. The Olympic hopefuls began their indoor season over the weekend, but it will not be until they get outdoors in their regular events, that they’ll be looking at qualifying marks. We’ll monitor as the season progresses, as they have until July 8th to hit the London qualifying standards. 17

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THURSDAY JANUARY 19, 2012 12:00 8 SportsCenter (N) 1:00 M Bill Dance Saltwater N NASCAR Sprint Cup Replay 1:30 M Fishing With Roland Martin 2:00 ; Snow Motion (N) 4:00 & 8 Outside the Lines First Report (N) ; Action Sports World Tour M Salty Dog Sportfishing Hawaii 4:30 & Numbers Never Lie (N) 8 College Football Live (N) M World of Adventure Sports 5:00 & 8 NFL Live (N) 6:30 M Tour Down Under Recap (N) 7:00 ; Volvo Ocean Race 7:30 & Pardon the Interruption ; Runnin’ With the PAC (N) 8:00 & ESPNSoccernet Press Pass 8 College Basketball Teams 8:30 & Dan Le Batard Is Highly Questionable (N) M Hunt for Big Fish 10:00 & 8 College Basketball M Charlie Moore: No Offense 11:00 ; XTERRA Adventures 11:30 ; College Basketball UCLA at Oregon State. (N) 11:45 9 Sport Today

FRIDAY JANUARY 20, 2012 12:30 PM M Babe Winkelman’s Outdoor Secrets 1:00 ; College Basketball UCLA at Oregon State. N Monterey Motorsports Reunion 1:30 M Hank Parker’s Outdoor Magazine 2:00 N Mercedes-Benz: 125 Years 3:30 M George Poveromo’s World of Saltwater Fishing 4:00 & 8 Outside the Lines First Report (N) 4:30 & Numbers Never Lie (N) M World of Adventure Sports 5:00 M Heads-Up Poker 2011 Championship: Match 1. 8:30 & Dan Le Batard Is Highly Questionable (N) M College Hockey Michigan at Notre Dame. (N) 9:00 & 8 NBA Basketball Los Angeles Lakers at Orlando Magic. (N) ; Boxing Toshiaki Nishioka vs. Rafael Marquez. 11:30 8 NBA Basketball Minnesota Timberwolves at Los Angeles Clippers. (

SATURDAY JANUARY 21, 2012 12:00 & 8 College GameDay N British Touring Car Championship Rockingham. (N) 12:30 PM M Saltwater Experience 1:00 & 8 College Basketball Purdue at Michigan State. (N) * College Basketball Alabama at Kentucky. (N) Limin’ Times Entertainment Guide

3:00 & Spanish Primera Division Soccer Teams TBA. (N) ; College Basketball Central Florida at Alabama-Birmingham. M CNBC Sports Biz: Game On! (N) 5:00 _ ESPN Sports Saturday 8 College Basketball Florida State at Duke. (N) ; College Basketball UCLA at Oregon. (N) 6:30 M Tour Down Under Recap 7:00 8 College Basketball Syracuse at Notre Dame. (N) 9:00 ; College Basketball Central Florida at Alabama-Birmingham. 10:00 8 College Basketball Louisville at Pittsburgh. (N) 11:00 ; College Basketball UCLA at Oregon.

SUNDAY JANUARY 22, 2012 12:30 PM * Sunday Sports Blitz M North American Fisherman 1:00 * Motorcycle Racing Monster Energy AMA Supercross World Championship. (Taped) N NASCAR Hall of Fame Biography 1:30 ` NHL Hockey Washington Capitals at Pittsburgh Penguins. (N) 2:00 * NFL Championship Chase (N) 3:30 ; Women’s College Basketball Texas Tech at Iowa State. 4:00 & * NFL Football AFC Championship: Teams TBA. (N) ` Countdown to the Pantech Invitational (N) 8 PBA Bowling Bayer Viper Open. 6:00 ` International Auto Show (N) 7:30 ; Women’s College Basketball Washington State at California. (N) 9:30 ; Women’s College Basketball Memphis at Alabama-Birmingham. (N) 10:30 & World’s Strongest Man Competition 11:00 & NFL Films Presents

MONDAY JANUARY 23, 2012 12:00 8 SportsCenter (N) 12:30 PM M Huntin’ With the Judge 1:00 ; English Premier League Soccer Everton vs. Blackburn. N AMA Supercross Lites (N) 2:30 M Bob Redfern’s Outdoor Magazine 3:00 N Auto Racing FIA World Touring Car Championship. (N) 3:30 M Salty Dog Sportfishing Hawaii 4:00 & Outside the Lines First Report (N) M North American Fisherman 4:30 & Numbers Never Lie (N) 7:00 ; The After Party with Jay Glazer (N) 8:00 & 8 College Basketball Syracuse at Cincinnati. (N) 8:30 M NHL Hockey St. Louis Blues at Detroit Red Wings. (N) 9:00 ; English Premier League Soccer Everton vs. Blackburn.

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= NBA Basketball New Jersey Nets at Chicago Bulls. (N) 9:30 6 Epic Conditions 10:00 & 8 College Basketball Texas A&M at Kansas. (N) 11:30 M NBC Sports Talk

TUESDAY JANUARY 24, 2012 12:00 M The Bass Pros 12:30 PM M Fishing With Roland Martin 1:00 N Formula One Racing Canadian Grand Prix. 1:30 M Babe Winkelman’s Outdoor Secrets 3:00 M Americana Outdoors 3:30 M Birding Adventures 4:00 & 8 Outside the Lines First Report (N) 4:30 & Numbers Never Lie (N) 8 College Football Live (N) 5:00 & 8 NFL Live (N) M Tour Down Under Recap 7:00 N NASCAR Race Hub (N) 7:30 ; Countdown to Signing Day 8:00 & 8 College Basketball Michigan at Purdue. (N) 9:00 ; Boxing Toshiaki Nishioka vs. Rafael Marquez. M NHL Live (N) 10:00 & 8 College Basketball Kentucky at Georgia. (N) M NHL Hockey Minnesota Wild at Colorado Avalanche. (N)

WEDNESDAY JANUARY 25, 2012 12:30 PM M Babe Winkelman’s Outdoor Secrets 1:00 ; North American Fisherman 2:00 ; Chris Lafferty’s Motorsports TV 3:00 N Auto Racing FIA World Touring Car Championship: Japan. M Lunkerville 4:00 & 8 Outside the Lines First Report (N) ; Barclays Premier League Review Show 4:30 & Numbers Never Lie (N) M World of Adventure Sports 5:00 & 8 NFL Live (N) 7:00; The After Party with Jay Glazer 8:00 8 College Basketball Villanova at Louisville. (N) ; Action Sports World Tour 8:30 M NHL Hockey Detroit Red Wings at Montreal Canadiens. 9:30 & NFL Films Presents 10:00 8 College Basketball Duke at Maryland. (N) 11:00 ; The Dan Patrick Show < Saints Alive M NHL Live Postgame (N) 11:30 & NBA Basketball Los Angeles Clippers at Los Angeles Lakers. (N) 11:45 9 Sport Today < Saints Alive M NBC Sports Talk


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