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Royal Triumph

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illiam and Kate h a v e ended their Diamond Jubilee tour of the Far East and South Pacific, under the shadow of the controversial pictures of a topless Kate printed around the world.

The royal tour has been a huge success, not just for the royals, but for Malaysian tourism. Lastminute.com have said that sales of hotel stays and flights to Malaysia had risen by 34 per cent compared with the same period last year, while bookings to Singapore have soared by 51 per cent. The increases were for

bookings made through the agent’s website since September 11, the day the Duke and Duchess began their royal tour. Their Diamond Jubilee Tour started with a twonight stay at Singapore’s Raffles hotel. They also visited the city-state’s Botanical Gardens, the Kranji Memorial Cemetery, and the Gardens by the Bay.

Last Friday and Saturday was spent in Malaysia. The royal couple visited Kuala Lumpur, before heading to the jungles of Borneo, home to orangutans, clouded leopards, Macaque monkeys and the pygmy elephant. They stayed at the Borneo Rainforest Lodge, an exclusive retreat in the rainforest. Page 3

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Editorial

another hectic week developing the paper, i haven’t worked this hard since the day of diana’s funeral when i was working with the press association don’t get me wrong, i am loving every minute of it, but when i came here for a more relaxed lifestyle, i had no idea what i was letting myself in for when i started working for the vivo Group i have now finished the Tenebay

Website, i really hope that you like the end results; it is an easy way for the local people of Tenerife to sell their unwanted items and for anyone looking for a bargain, this is the place to start Working in conjunction with the website we have now launched the Tenebay Classified section in our paper any item that you want to sell can be put into this section for only 10,00 euros businesses can also have a custom made advert in this section for the same price

Call the Tenerife Weekly Office on 922 790 388 or email design@ tenerife-weeklycom also i would like to remind readers that you can pick up the Tenerife Weekly from vivo Treasure island on a Friday between 930am am 11am and enjoy a free cup of tea or coffee with the best read on the island! i look forward to seeing you See you all next week,

Lorna Eade

Continued from page 1 On Sunday, they travelled to the Solomon Islands, where they were greeted by warriors in traditional dress. They also visited the tiny South Pacific island of Tuvalu for the final leg of their tour. The Duke and Duchess were carried from their aircraft by islanders and treated to a raucous welcoming ceremony. They are the first members of the Royal family to visit the smallest of the Commonwealth realms since the Queen in 1982, and will be the first to stay overnight on the island. On Tuesday the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge won an injunction preventing Closer magazine showing any more photos of her sunbathing topless. The Tribunal de Grande Instance in Nanterre, Paris also ordered the magazine to hand over all files of the pictures to the royal couple within 24 hours. Closer, was warned it would be fined 10,000 euros (£8,070) a day for each day the injunction was not respected. The civil case ruling prevents Closer, which published the pictures last Friday, from reusing them in print or on its website, as well as from selling them to markets where they have not been published. The pictures are already widely available on the Internet and have already been printed in Ireland’s Daily Star newspaper and Italy’s Chi magazine which is also part of Montedori, itself owned by former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi. William and Kate also initiated criminal proceedings over the images with the aim of getting Closer’s editor and the photographer or photographers who took them prosecuted. A French prosecutor has begun a preliminary investigation into the criminal complaint. The Irish Daily Star suspended its editor, Michael O’Kane, pending an investigation into the newspaper’s decision to use

the pictures on Saturday. The decision infuriated media mogul Richard Desmond, who jointly owns the Star with INM. He said he wants it shut down, with insiders at his company warning: “He says what he means, and means what he says”. Alan Shatter, the Irish Minister for Justice, Equality and Defence, has said the Republic will introduce privacy laws on the back of the scandal. The scandal first erupted last week when Closer ran the images of the royal couple enjoying a private holiday at Chateau d’Autet, near Aix-en-Provence. In an angry response St James’s Palace said in a statement that a red line had been crossed, and that it had taken a step back to fifteen years ago, a direct reference to the harassment that Princess Diana suffered prior to her death. Closer’s publisher, Mondadori media group, also produces Italian gossip magazine Chi, which had promised a 26-page special edition featuring images of the royal couple on holiday. In 2006, Chi published the socalled ‘last photo’ of Princess Diana as she was being given oxygen by a paramedic moments after the car crash that killed her. The palace said no decision has been taken on separate legal proceedings in Italy. French Closer, which is run by a different company to the British edition, caused outrage when it printed several pages of explicit images taken of the couple at a private hotel this month. The move was condemned but did not stop the Irish Daily Star carrying the images on Saturday. The tabloid’s future is in question after Northern and Shell, which publishes the Daily Star and the Daily Express in the UK and jointly owns the Irish title with Independent News and Media, indicated it was taking steps to have it shut down.

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French Closer defended the decision to publish the pictures, saying the images “are by no means degrading”. They argued that William and Kate were visible from a public road, and that the pictures - taken with a long lens - did not breach their privacy. Chi, which has the same owners as French Closer, the first magazine to publish the images, featured the grainy photos along with a series of articles on topics such as, “Kate’s breasts, natural or fake?” The publication also complimented Kate’s “practically perfect” physique. The magazine’s editor Alfonso Signorini argued that the pictures represented “extraordinary reportage”. For the first time, the future Queen of England was appearing in a natural way, without the constraints of etiquette,” he wrote. “The fact that these are the future rulers of England makes the article more interesting and topical. This is a deserving topic because it shows in a completely natural

way the daily life of a very famous, young and modern couple in love.” He said: “As a journalistic scoop it satisfies the curiosity of the readers. It’s the first time that the future Queen of England has been pictured in such a way, they are natural pictures, and there is no morbidity about them. There is nothing that could affect the dignity of the person involved, the Duchess of Cambridge. And lastly they were taken on a public road by photographers on public land.” Chi and Closer are part of the Mondadori group, owned by Italian former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi and chaired by the politician’s daughter Marina. Mr Berlusconi is believed to be trying to make a comeback to frontline politics, but an article in the Rome daily newspaper La Republica, which has been one of his fiercest critics, said the pictures would damage relations between England and Italy. Columnist Francesco Merlo accused the former prime minister of betraying an allied country by permitting the publication of the photos, despite requests from Buckingham Palace not to do so. He wrote: “This is the triumphant outcome of the famous conflict of interests. Berlusconi does not understand that a gossipmonger is not compatible with a statesman.” He added that the publication of the photographs would permit the Queen to permanently eliminate Mr Berlusconi from her list of “accredited statesmen and gentlemen”. A Swedish magazine has published topless pictures of the Duchess of Cambridge. Its sister publication in Denmark will do the same in the coming days. Sweden’s Se och Hoer published the pictures in a three-page spread that went on sale on Wednesday while Se og Hoer in Denmark will put a 16-page supplement on sale later. The Swedish publication includes 11 of the pictures taken during Kate and William’s vacation, five of which show the princess’s bare breasts and one which shows her adjusting her bikini bottoms.


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NEWS ON THE ROCK

Police in Granadilla have arrested a 20-year-old man from San Miguel de Abona, on suspicion of receiving stolen goods. The man is alleged to have sold jewellery valued at 1,000 euros that had been stolen from a home in San Miguel. The police have failed to recover any of the items. A 70 year old man is in critical condition after suffering a near drowning when he fell into the water from the dock of the Port of Los Cristianos, in Arona. Upon arrival, the emergency crew (SUC) found that the man showed signs of drowning and was in a serious condition, and he was taken by ambulance to the SUC Hospitén hospital. Santa Cruz port is amongst the ten port authorities shortlisted for the 4th ESPO Award. Other ports were named as Antwerp, Bremenports, Cartagena, Dover, Genoa, Marseilles, Piraeus, Rotterdam and Venice The jury selected these applications from a total of 23 submissions. The theme of this year’s competition is ‘youth’, aiming to promote projects that make future generations of employees, neighbours and other stakeholders aware of what the port sector has to offer. The winner of the Award will be announced on 7 November, during the traditional ceremony that will be held at the Brussels Town Hall. Greenpeace Spain has withdrawn its appeal against oil exploration authorized by the Government within 60 kilometres of the coast of Fuerteventura and Lanzarote. The organization has applied to the Third Chamber of the Supreme Court, and in its request, the legal representative of Greenpeace Spain says it has taken this decision “for reasons unrelated” to the proceedings. POSSIBLE WEATHER ALERT: Canary Islands government are watching the progress of Tropical Storm Nadine, currently southwest of the Azores, with gusts of 111 kilometres per hour. Authorities are concerned by its proximity to the Canary Islands. The Government may take preventive measures shortly because of its closeness. The Tropical Storm will affect parts of the Portuguese archipelago of the Azores, said the National Hurricane Centre, but the Canarias could be affected if the winds change direction.

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Tenerife Trials Mars Robot

NOTHING resembles Mars quite like the terrain of Tenerife, and with this in mind Spanish robotics specialist, Alberto Medina Andrew chose the spectacular landscape of Las Canadas to display two prototypes created in mind for the future exploration of Mars scheduled for 2018. Spanish company GMV, have built two: the largest is Idris, weighing about 300 kilograms, smaller than the Curiosity, the robot currently exploring Mars, the second of the robots has been christened Indie. The Idris, has five cameras and is capable of creating threedimensional maps, as well as detect obstacles, navigate autonomously and recognize rocks of scientific interest, with a range of up to 400 meters. It is equipped with cameras for stereovision, high degree of zoom and high resolution. For Alberto Medina using Tenerife is an obvious move: “It is similar to what we find on Mars, both because of the undulations of the ground and its composition”. Tenerife is well known as an ideal film location, and is now it is reaching the next level and representing other planets.

Mickey Comes To Tenerife

Three fishermen who were in distress off the coast of Tenerife have been rescued unharmed, say the Emergency Services. The rescue took place at around 4pm on Tuesday at the Tachero beach in Anaga in Tenerife’s capital, Santa Cruz, after the fishermen were left isolated at high tide on a cliff close to the area. Fire Services and Marine Rescue sent a helicopter. One of the fishermen was rescued by air, while the others were rescued on foot. More problems for Ryanair. A plane bound for Tenerife has landed on Sunday at Madrid airport due to technical problems. As confirmed by AENA, the aircraft was travelling the route between Paris Beauvais Airport and Tenerife South, but requested landing at Barajas Madrid due to technical problems that are still undisclosed. The landing occurred without incident. AENA Sources later indicated that the plane had been repaired at the airport of Barajas, and then resumed its flight after a stop of about three hours. Another Ryanair aircraft, flying between Bristol (UK) and Reus (Tarragona), had to make and emergency landing on Saturday afternoon at Barcelona’s “El Prat” airport due to engine problems.

“DISNEY Live. The Magic of Mickey” will be on at the Tenerife Insular Santiago Martin Hall, La Laguna from 26th to 30th September 2012 for six unique

shows. All the star characters of Disney will be there to represent the magic of the legendary Disney films.

Mickey Mouse with Cinderella’s Fairy Godmother

and characters from Alice in Wonderland will present a show full of magic; including Princess Jasmine, from Aladdin, flying and the charming fantasy dancing brooms help Minnie with her housework. Have fun and enjoy with

your family the company of Donald Duck, Goofy, Mad Hatter, Princess Beauty, Snow White and all their Disney friends in an unforgettable show! For Information and booking visit: www. disneylive.es


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NOW that the new academic year has started and children are returning to their lessons, parents may wonder what is the appropriate age for children to start learning a new language. The answer may surprise you; scientific studies indicate that a high capacity to absorb new languages is in the first months of life. This fact was discovered in 2007 by researchers at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver (Canada). The researcher followed 36 babies, who were shown a picture of a person uttering phrases in English or French, hiding the sound. This helped to confirm that children have the ability to distinguish between different languages by the gestures

of the person’s face while uttering them. Another study conducted by Cornell University in New York (USA) showed that when people learned two languages in childhood,

they were stored in a specific brain area. By contrast, if individuals learned it at different times (one in childhood and another in adulthood) they were stored in a

different area, which entails greater effort when speaking the second language. Clearly, it is best to introduce children in learning a new language

as soon as possible, but the question is where? In London School of English in Tenerife, has begun a new pilot program aimed at children aged two to three years with their parents, so that, together they can learn to communicate in English, practicing different everyday situations and exchanging ideas. It is an interesting and novel way of introducing children to a new language, whilst at the same time their parents reinforce their knowledge. But what if your child is a little older? Is there a chance to learn successfully if you start later? Leslie W. Wintsch, director of the London School of English, says that you can “always” learn to express yourself in another language. He is a prime example, learned Spanish as an

adult but, as he admits, “my pronunciation is not brilliant.” His advice to make learning a new language, whether as a child or adult is simple consistency. What is clear is that if it has always been important to have a second language, at present, the current economic crisis and the difficult and competitive job market, it is increasingly essential to be able to communicate in English or French or German, it is what makes the difference between keeping a job or not, or just opening up new job opportunities. In fact, the director notes that many of his adult students have started the challenge of learning a new language motivated by the desire to seek work outside their own country or to keep their jobs.

It isn’t all bad news for the people of Tenerife! Wine has become a very important product of the island over the years and has won many prizes. The 2012 grape harvest is the best in recent years despite the drought, which is affecting almost all other Canarian crops. After two years when leading growers have experienced bad weather and pests, this season is amazing by its sheer quantity and quality of grapes. Although there is still approximately a month to go until the end of the harvest, experts predict yields of 7,000 kilos of grapes per hectare,

one of the prerequisites for a production to be considered remarkable. The Regulatory Council of Tacoronte-Acentejo is expected to harvest nearly a million and a half kilos in the region. José Manuel González, a member of the board committee says; “These

numbers only represent 30% of the grape harvest that is grown in the northern region, which include municipalities of Tacoronte, El Sauzal, La Matanza, La Victoria and Santa Ursula and it is estimated that the overall total will be around six million kilos”.

Oktoberfest Have A Drink in Tenerife On Us

It’s one of the things that Munich is most renowned for, but an Oktoberfest is coming to Tenerife. The traditional German beer festival will take place over twelve days between 12 and 22 October with Canarian and German food, Canarian wines and, of course, German beers, as well as typical Bavarian music. The archetypal beer tent will be set up in front of Miraverde in the Costa Adeje, and will have an attraction park alongside for all the family. The Oktoberfest will be open between 5pm and midnight between Monday and Thursday, and 11am to 2am on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Entrance is free, and prices inside the tent will be “popular”. The Oktoberfest will coincide with Adeje’s Fiestas Patronales de Nuestra Señora de la Encarnación.


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Shooting Club in Adeje

THE local council in Adeje has announced that the upgrading of the shooting facilities at Taucho, will result in a venue of Olympic standards and that the work is expected to be finalised in November. Sports Councillor for Adeje, Adolfo Alonso Ferrera has expressed his delight at the fact that the new upgrade has progressed so quickly. Once it is finished, it will be the Islands only official shooting range. Ferrera said that shooting was extremely popular with Islanders and that it is hoped it will attract a number of tourists to the area. Currently there are 2,800 gun licence holders on the island, classed as shooting enthusiasts, but it is hoped that the new club will attract tourists to the venue and, as part of the Islands tourist plan, it will increase jobs and help to boost the economy. The club will have, alongside the range, a warehouse to store ammunition, a classroom for lectures and a café bar. The shooting range covers an area of over 45,000 square metres and the landscape and vegetation will be taken into consideration to enable the full exploitation of the local scenery. The next Canary Championships which starts on November 23rd is expected to be held at the range.

Lego Challenge

LEGO is making its way back into fashion amongst young people. However, this time it goes way beyond a toy. Children aged between 10 and 16 have the possibility of creating robots with these plastic blocks recognized worldwide. On Monday, the Cabildo of Tenerife announced that it will be taking part in the International Lego League Tournament involving more than 200,000 young people in 60 countries and Tenerife will be hosting a regional heat. The contest, which celebrates its eighth edition next year internationally, aims to promote creativity, coordination and teamwork of the young The heat will be on 23 February 2013

at the Auditorio Infanta Leonor, in Arona, and the winning team will take part in the final in Spain in March and then onto the international final, to be held in April in St. Louis, United States. Young people between 10 and 16 must be in their school teams of three to ten participants and, with the help of a coach, achieve two challenges: developing a robot built of Lego and program it to through a computer to perform tasks on a game board; conduct a scientific project to propose innovative solutions to real problems on a particular theme, which this year focuses on providing solutions for improving the quality of life of the elderly. To do this, children will have to find out about the lives of the elderly, their history, their daily challenges and which activities are more difficult to perform

for them, either recovering from an injury, keeping up with new technologies, or trying to remember certain things or manage their finances. For Pablo Lopez, 11, the challenge of the contest will be easier, he has been a student at the academy Robotechnic’s in La Laguna, a centre where children can learn mechanics, programming or technology

robotics while playing. Lopez and four of his friends showed the robot they have created over the past few months and it is able to sort out the rubbish and put plates on a table in a house in a mock-up of a city made with Lego. “I’ve always liked Lego and when I found this centre where I can learn how to make robots, I was very happy,” he said. Lopez is clear: “I really want to be a

robotic engineer. I hope that my school is watching as I really want to take part.” The City Council, through the Science and Technology Park of Tenerife, has organized this tournament in order to promote science and technology as something exciting and fun. The application period will remain open until October 18 through www.firstlegoleague.es web.


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El Hierro’s Earthquake Continues

VOLCANIC activity on Spain’s El Hierro Island has resumed far below the Earth’s surface similar to last July, albeit slightly stronger, according to Maria Jose Blanco, director of the National G e o g r a p h i c Institute, or IGN, in the Canary Islands. Blanco said that a peak of seismic activity is under way, a continuation of the volcanic process - a shifting of magma many kilometres under-ground - that began in July 2011 which, although the main activity ended at the time with an undersea eruption, did not mean that the overall activity had come to an end. The IGN official said that at present it is

not expected that the seismic movements that have been registered - which have occurred at depths of some 20 kilometres (about 12.5 miles) - exceed 3.2 on the Richter scale, a fairly low level. Blanco could not specify how long this new round of activity would last. Officials with the regional government of the Canaries told that experts had verified “an acceleration of released seismic energy accompanied by deformations” in underground structures. At the moment, the largest movement registered so far was the one measured at 3.2 on the Richter scale, which was felt on Saturday for some 13 hours and 15 minutes by the residents of the municipality of El Pinar.


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Russian Training Yacht Visits Sta Cruz

IT is the second largest yacht in the world, it is used as a training ship for the Russian Navy and it just happened to stop in Santa Cruz on its way to Quebec in Canada.

The Kruzenshtern, is 114.51 metres long, her masts reach 56 metres and she has a crew of 172 all dressed in pristine white and dark blue uniforms. She is pretty hard to miss. After her launch from German shipyards under the name Padua in 1926,

she was used during her early years as a cargo vessel linking South America and Australia. But two decades later, the ship was sold by its owners to the Soviet fleet. Since then, it has been home to several generations of sailors, as it is one of

the major vessels of the Russian Navy schools. In fact, its current name is a tribute to Admiral Adam Johann von Krusenstern, the first Russian to circumnavigate the earth. She also passed through Santa Cruz In November last year.

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Degusta Me

UNTIL next Wednesday Gran Sur, Costa Adeje, are holding tastings of artisanal cheese and honey from Tijoco Montesdeoca of Cumbres de Adeje, local to the area. This has been sponsored by the Department of Economic Development Area and Employment Policy,as part of the Degusta.Me exhibition, which presents the products to promote and boost local consumption as gastronomic value for tourism. The sampling of cheese and honey will take place from ten in the morning until nine in the evening Gran Sur was chosen because of the large number of visitors and the diversity of services offered. The company

Montesdeoca is located in Tijoco Adejero, and recently achieved a bronze medal in the category of semi-hard smoked goats at the International Cheese Awards. Honey Cumbres de Adeje contributes significantly to increase the quality of the honeys of Tenerife; it is very rich because of its combination of heather, fruit, herbs and countless plant species that the bees have collected in the

making of the honey. Besides tasting cheese and honey, customers receive a copy of Degusta. me, which is in its third edition and promotes better understanding to tourists and visitors about the products of the municipality, the island and the region. The Adeje Food Fair is open until 28th September. There will also be wine tastings, courses for children, baking and cooking.

Federation of Cycling Tinerfe単a and Ballester Cycling Club, there will be a gymkhana 17.00 to 19.00 in the promenade, which is

open to all residents who wish to attend. The Figure Skating Club will offer an exhibition of figure skating between 19.00 and 20.30.

Car Free Day ON Saturday 22nd of September, to help promote European Mobility Week 2012, under the motto Participate in mobility plans in your town: Moving in the right direction, Candelaria will be banning the use of cars for one day.

The departments of Environment and Sports have organized several initiatives among which include an extensive programmes of activities on the promenade (between Residential and Residential Naiguata Caletillas Beach)which will be closed to traffic between 10.00 and 22.00. Candelarieros are encouraged to walk through or use their bikes, skates or scooters to celebrate Car Free Day on the promenade. Along this stretch there will be information on sustainable mobility and Sustainable Homes Thanks to the collaboration of the


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T H L E T E D a r i u s Dorta has fulfilled his dream. After three days climbingthe trails and roads of our island, he finally reached the peak of Teide completing the Runspiral 2012 challenge. This long distance runner found last Sunday to be the most trying but backed by his support team (the team VidaTrail) and always accompanied by his family, including his brother Cesare. Dario left Guía de Isora at dawn on Friday to walk the trails of the Natural Park of Teno down to the Plaza de los Remedios Buenavista del Norte. He met the mayor of Buenavista and

then made his way down to Garachico. He had completed 150 kilometres of the challenge, but the next

30 proved to be the most punishing as he had to overcome heat, fatigue and a terrifying vertical climb hugely

punishing for his legs, who suffered as he had never done to reach Viera y Clavijo Square Los Realejos. However, his determination allowed him to overcome the 180 kilometre mark. From there he began

to recover slightly from the punishing pace, and he entered the Realejos smiling as he realised he had passed the hardest stage of the challenge. Darius was granted a short break taking a moment to regain

strength surrounded by his wife and children. It was the end of the trial: the rise of Teide. He left Los Realejos around eleven at night, in an effort to complete the journey. He knew the land well as part of his preparation was spent on the slopes of the huge volcano Tenerife. He had a panel of support runners chosen to accompany him on the last leg. Darius Dorta took on Mount Teide… and won. He had left Santa Cruz on Friday and on Monday had run 280 kilometres up to the peak of Mount Teide. It has been praised as one of the greatest feats of sporting history in Tenerife. He was running in aid of a Cancer charity and won praise from the charity, his family and various national and international newspapers following his progress.

Letters To The Editor

Pork ribs in diet Coke…�� not a joke This recipe was given me by a friend in Tenerife� Get a couple racks pork ribs, lower ribs with plenty of meat, cut into 3 or 4 rib sections Cover in water and simmer for 15 minutes. Discard the water and rinse of the ribs and clean the pan. Cover ribs in diet Cok, .not ordinary coke as it is too sweet and simmer with lid on for approximately 60 to 90 mins

or until ribs are tender. Don’t go too far or the ribs will fall apart. Remove from coke and cool until very firm, smear ribs all over with your hands with your favourite BBQ sauce. Place on tray in very hot oven for approximately 15 minutes or until sizzling. Eat and enjoy Andy Kmicic Resident of the Galeon, Adeje Pro chef in UK and Spain, Africa now renting holiday lets in Island Village - By Email


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Princess Letizia turns 40

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ETIZIA Ortiz, wife of Spain’s Crown Prince Felipe, turned 40 this week and celebrated quietly at home with her family. She is becoming especially known in her own right in her role as Princess Asturias for helping children and young people. She has promoted education for all and raised the profiles of associations fighting against painful illnesses. Scientific research, aid for entrepreneurs and support for the disabled are among the many other causes she supports. Even so, Princess Letizia has made it clear that her priorities are her family and supporting the institutional duties of her husband. On a daily basis she looks after her daughters, the Princesses Leonor, 6, and Sofia, 5, combining her tasks as a mother with her presence beside Prince Felipe at official events. Besides the numerous official trips and public events she has shared with the Crown Prince since their wedding on May 22, 2004, the Princess has had her own working agenda that has now totalled more than 210 official engagements. In November 2004 she presided over her first solo official act, the inauguration of the 9th Congress of Ibero-American History Academies. In June 2005 she

Photo Hello Magazine gave her first public address. Since then, the Princess has given 60 speeches, in which she has expressed her concerns and priorities. Most notable are her efforts to promote well-being, progress and equality among Spaniards, and her work dedicated to helping children and adolescents. From her post as honorary president

of the Spanish Anti-Cancer Association, Princess Letizia has constantly taken part in meetings and activities on behalf of cancer prevention and care for patients and their families. Long gone are the days of her career as a journalist, which began with the daily La Nueva EspaĂąa and continued with the Madrid newspaper ABC and in the Agencia Efe, before

joining U.S.-based Bloomberg Television. In 1999 she became a CNN+ reporter, writer and anchor, and the following year began an intense four years with Television EspaĂąola, during which time she was honoured with the Larra Award for Journalism, and which concluded in November 2003 with the announcement of her engagement to Prince Felipe.


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British couple survive 300ft fall

BRITISH couple, Matt Woods and his girlfriend Chelsea Eastwood, s t u n n e d onlookers when they survived, uninjured after their car shot 120ft down a cliff.

Woods, 24, and girlfriend Chelsea, 22, crashed through safety barriers in their Mitsubishi after swerving to avoid a cat. Their vehicle rolled down the rocky cliff face before smashing into a tree, and landing on its roof by a walkway — below which there was a 300ft fall to the sea. Seconds later, the pair amazed onlookers by emerging from the windows with only minor cuts. Matt and Chelsea, who set up home in Benidorm, Spain, only five months ago, had

been heading back from a shopping trip on Friday. Barman Matt, originally from Oldham, Greater Manchester, said: “The back end of the car just went. The next thing I was rolling down the cliff. I don’t think anybody could believe we survived.” A shaken Chelsea said: “It was a very lucky escape.”

Spanish March Against Austerity

TENS of thousands of people staged rallies in Spain and Portugal to protest against punishing austerity measures. Demonstrators threw tomatoes and fireworks at the Portuguese headquarters of the International Monetary Fund in Lisbon and two people were arrested. In Madrid, buses transporting protesters blocked several major roads on Saturday before a march began in the Spanish capital. The Spanish and

Prostitution School

A SCHOOL in Spain that runs a one week professional course in prostitution has won a court battle against the Spanish government after it was accused of encouraging prostitution. For 100 euros, students are taught the history of the world’s oldest profession, how to use erotic toys and the most popular positions contained within the Kama Sutra. The school began advertising the course in May, but within weeks the Valencian regional government filed a case with prosecutors, alleging that the school promoted prostitution, which is illegal in Spain, just after it advertised courses that were on offer to the public. But the court heard that there was no evidence that a criminal offence had been committed; advertisements for students did not promote prostitution, constitute fraud, and were not aimed at minors. The venture has attracted much criticism in the predominantly Catholic

Tornado Hits Mallorca

THREE People were slightly injured and a hundred and fifty had to be evacuated when a tornado hit the Lluc Monastery and its surrounding area of Escorca.

Portuguese governments implemented austerity measures to prevent their countries from financial collapse. Spain is stuck in a double-dip recession with unemployment close to 25%. The conservative government under Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has introduced stinging cuts and raised taxes to reduce

the deficit and reassure investors. That situation could get worse in coming weeks. At a meeting of Eurozone finance ministers in Cyprus on Friday, Spain revealed it will present a new set of economic reforms by the end of September - raising concerns it might ask for financial help from the ECB.

country, with many saying it is the wrong way to tempt cash-strapped Spaniards back into work. But the Valencian firm, which flooded the city’s university campus with promotional flyers, said that it will make the trade safer. It will also ensure future sex-workers will not fall foul of the law, with courses of the industry’s laws and how to work around them. “They will know what they are getting in to,” Brandon, who has run the one-week course for eight years, said. Prostitution is a career that many people live off from day to day, whether they are single or have a partner,” he said. He added that 95 people, from the age of 19 to 45, had signed up to the diploma - which takes up two hours each day. And, once they graduate, they receive their first job offer - to become a teacher in the “school” where they can help in practical classes. In many countries around the world, prostitution is legal and regarded as a profession, but in countries such as Spain the profession is still regarded as a crime and punishable by death.

The tornado happened around midnight on Wednesday, and caused part of the roof of the monastery to fall in and caused further damage to the front of the building. Various trees also fell during the storm. Three of the occupants of the monastery were injured, and taken by ambulance to hospital at Inca. Another ambulance attended to the slightly injured people at the scene. The tornado reached around 148 kilometres an hour, and was classed as level 1, on a scale of one to six.


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Two Female Police Officers Shot Dead WOrld neWS

TWO men are being held in connection with the murder of two female police officers who died after being shot during an incident involving one of the country’s most wanted men, Dale Cregan, in Manchester. Fiona Bone, 32 and 23-year old Nicola Hughes were killed in a hail of bullets and a grenade attack while answering “a routine call out” about a suspected burglary in Hattersley, Greater Manchester.

One officer died at the scene and the other died later in hospital. They died after walking into the apparently empty council house, where the windows had recently been whitewashed. Police are attempting to establish who called in the burglary report. Assistant chief constable of Greater Manchester Police, Garry Shewan, said: “A long and dark shadow has been cast across Greater Manchester and my thoughts are with the officers’ family, friends and colleagues. We will be doing everything we can to support them over the coming days and weeks.” Cregan, 29, was being sought in connection with separate gun and grenade attacks that killed a father and son. Shortly after the policewomen were shot, he walked into a police station and gave himself up. He was arrested on suspicion of murdering the police officers - as well as the original two counts. Cregan was arrested in June in connection with the murder of Mark Short but was released on bail. Sir Peter Fahy of Greater Manchester Police Chief Constable said it was “absolutely normal” for police to release people where there is insufficient evidence available for them to be charged. Witnesses say up to 13 shots were fired during the incident. There are also reports of an explosion and of police officers running away from the scene in tears. An army bomb disposal vehicle was also at the scene. A neighbour, who wanted to remain anonymous, said that there had been suspicious activity in the area recently. Assistant chief constable Shewan said: “This is a tragic day for the

whole force and we are currently piecing together exactly what happened. “I understand that the community will be fearful as they hear news of what has happened. We have armed officers patrolling the area and we will aim to keep people updated as much as we can.” Home Secretary Theresa May said: “This is a deeply shocking incident and a terrible reminder of the risks that police officers face every day to keep our communities safe. “A £50,000 reward had been offered for information leading to the arrest of Cregan who police wanted to speak to about the murders of David Short, 46, and his son Mark, 23. David Short was killed at his home in Folkestone Road East, Clayton, on August 10, while Mark was gunned down at the Cotton Tree pub in Droylsden

on May 25. A gunman walked into the pub and fired shots which injured three other men. A postmortem examination showed Mark Short died from a gunshot wound to the neck. This latest incident has again raise the argument for police to be armed. Ash Rathband, whose police officer father David was shot and blinded by gun maniac Raoul Moat, called for police to be armed after the two policewomen died. PC Rathband was found hanging at his home in Blyth, Northumberland, in February, having been blasted in July 2010 while on duty, sitting unarmed in a traffic patrol car. His son tweeted: “It’s time for police to be armed in my opinion. Yet again another awful incident” Window cleaner Warren Shepherd was working nearby when the

attack happened. He said: “All of a sudden I heard gunshots, quite loud, about ten in a row, then a pause and then a big explosion. I thought, that doesn’t sound right. I walked round, saw a police car, the engine was still running and the lights were going. It was unreal, it was quiet. After about a minute or two police cars and ambulances started to arrive.” Speaking on Tuesday, Chief Constable Sir Peter Fahy said: “Clearly we are devastated today by the loss of two of our officers. This is one of the darkest days in the history of the Greater Manchester Police if not for the police service overall, because we have lost two deeply loved and valued colleagues, because they are part of our team. Policing is very much a family.” He paid tribute to Miss Hughes, describing her as a “chatterbox” and a “great bobby” who was “always smiling”. He said Miss Bone was a “calm, gentle woman”, an “excellent bobby” and had been in the middle of planning her civil partnership. The police flag at GMP headquarters was been lowered to half-mast. Prime Minister David Cameron

said the killings were an “absolutely despicable act of pure evil”. The cold-blooded murder of two female police officers doing their job out there protecting the public, another reminder of the incredible risks and great work our police service does.” Nicola Hughes, 23, who lived in Oldham with her mother Susan, had “always wanted to make a difference”, her relatives said. Her mother, father Bryn and younger brother Sam issued a statement saying: “Nicola was our only daughter and a beautiful child. She was always happy with life and lived for her family. Nicola was only 23-years-old and had the whole of her life in front of her. We cannot express how we feel today except to say we have always been exceedingly proud of Nicola and always will be. She knew she was loved by us all and we shall all miss her dreadfully.” Flowers have been laid in tribute at the police cordon. One note attached read: “RIP For Our Two Brave Fighters Fiona and Nicola. Sadly Missed By All. Our Thoughts Are With Your Families.” A similar tribute said: “Forever in my thoughts and hearts. You will be missed so much. Lots of hugs, Paula, RIP xxx.” A further card read: “Nik and Fi, You swore to protect and serve. I hope you can still do that from heaven with all the other police guardian angels. The family of PC Fiona Bone paid tribute to a “wonderful daughter, sister, partner and parent”. PC Bone, was soon to be married and leaves behind her partner Clare and daughter Jessie. “Fiona enjoyed life to the full from her days with the Air Training Corps, rugby at university, to her service with the police,” the family said in a statement. “She was planning her marriage to Clare and this joy has been taken from us.


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TOTALLY bonkers Lady Gaga marked the launch of her new perfume ”Fame”, by getting a tattoo done inside a giant bottle in front of onlookers at a lavish New York party. The eccentric pop star appeared in a giant scent bottle - a replica of her fragrance bottle for the launch at the Guggenheim Museum in Manhattan, wearing a sparkly top, skirt and red wig. The Bad Romance singer, real name Stefani Germanotta, then stripped down to her lingerie and posed while having the tattoo of a winged cherub done on her scalp. Lady Gaga applied makeup and played on an iPad inside the bottle, where she was joined by four others. Edith Piaf and David Bowie music and various songs featuring Kanye West played in the backg round. She later made an appearance at Macy’s f l a g s h i p

store in New York for a closed meet-and-greet with fans, arriving in a horse-drawn carriage shaped like a bottle of Fame. Explaining her fragrance, the star said: “Fame is the first ever black eau de parfum. So it’s

black inside the bottle and then, once you spray it, it’s clear and it’s beautiful and it’s exciting to be a part of innovative project with some great people.” When asked about the actual scent, Gaga said: “It’s a quite delicious, succulent, slutty,

seductive fragrance.” The singer made headlines last year for saying she wanted her perfume to have notes of blood and semen and that it would be suited to “an expensive hooker”. The masquerade black tie museum event featured

a few hundred people, mostly dressed with eye masks and headgear. Celebrities who felt the need to be part of this event included Yoko Ono, Marc Jacobs, Paris Hilton, Jason Wu and Lindsay Lohan, who arrived late for the event.

said he turned to prayer as it gave him strength. But Mr Falaile’s health began failing and he died on July 4. “I left him there overnight and slept next to him like at a funeral,” Mr Teitoi said. He

buried his brother-in-law at sea the next morning. Only a day after Mr Falaile had died a storm blew into the area and rained for several days allowing Mr Teitoi to fill two five-gallon containers with water. “There were two choices in my mind at the time. Either someone would find me or I would follow my brotherin-law. It was out of my control.” He continued to pray regularly and on the morning of September 11 caught sight of a fishing boat in the distance but the crew were unable to see him. Dejected, he did what he had done most days, curling up under a small covered area in the bow to stay out of the sun. Mr Teitoi said he woke in the afternoon

to the sound of scratching and looked overboard to see a six-foot shark circling the boat and bumping the hull. When the shark had his attention it swam off. “He was guiding me to a fishing boat. I looked up and there was the stern of a ship and I could see crew with binoculars looking at me.” When the vessel pulled Mr Teitoi on board the first thing he asked for was a cigarette. “They told me to wait. They took me to meet the captain, and they gave me juice and some food.” With Mr Teitoi in no physical danger, the Marshalls 203 continued fishing for several days before returning to Majuro. “I’ll never go by boat again. I’m taking a plane,” Mr Teitoi said.

Saved….. By A Shark

A LOST fisherman, who drifted at sea for 15 weeks, sleeping next to his dead brotherin-law, was eventually helped to safety - by a shark. Toakai Teitoi was stuck on a 15ft wooden boat for more than 100 days after he ran out of fuel and the vessel drifted deep into the Pacific. The 41-yearold Kiribati policeman relived his harrowing voyage after a fishing boat eventually picked him up and took him to Majuro in the Marshall Islands, in the northern Pacific Ocean.

The father-of-six told how he had to sleep with the body of his brotherin-law who died during the ordeal, suffering severe dehydration. He said it was only after the intervention of a circling shark that he was eventually rescued. Mr Teitoi’s ordeal began on May 27 after he had flown from his home island of Maiana to the Kiribati capital of Tarawa to be sworn in as a policeman. Instead of flying home he decided to join his brother-in-law Lelu Falaile, 52, on what was supposed to be a twohour sea journey back to Maiana. But after stopping to fish along the way and sleeping overnight, they woke the following day to

find they had drifted out of sight of Maiana and run out of fuel. “We had food, but the problem was we had nothing to drink,” he said. As dehydration took hold, Mr Teitoi, a Catholic,


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Liz Hurley Swimwear Outrage

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LIZABETH Hurley’s fashion range has been accused of sexualising girls by offering adultthemed swimwear to children aged eight and younger. The 47 - ye a r - o l d model and actress sells swim and beachwear under her Elizabeth H u r l e y B e a c h label.

The collection features swimwear for two groups of children - under eights and eight to 13 - both of which feature bikinis as well as one-piece outfits. One of the designs in the under eight section is the cheetah-print Gemini Bikini, which features “cute candy coloured ring detail”. The website points out that this is similar to the adult June Bikini. Another is the Mini Cha Cha Bikini - also an animal print design - with “sweet frill detail” on the top and adjustable tie sides on the bottoms. Hurley’s website declares: “Teenagers love this, as well as younger girls. This is the mini version of a similar adult’s bikini.” One charity which criticised clothing such as these was Kidscape. The charity’s aim is to keep children safe from abuse, specifically bullying and child sexual abuse. Director Claude Knight said the inclusion of the more risqué swimwear items was part of a worrying trend

to turn children into “kidults”. She said Hurley’s swimwear range was a quality line that included some “excellent pieces” - but pointed out some of the garments featured more of an “adult take” which was not appropriate for children. Ms Knight stated she did not want to single out Hurley for individual blame, but the entire fashion industry should avoid making clothing for children of an adult nature, such as the animalprint designs. In the United States, Jessica Simpson has been condemned for dressing her baby daughter in a bikini. The model, designer and Dukes of Hazzard star was being interviewed by Katie Couric on her Katie talk show when she showed a snap of four-month-old Maxwell in a yellow crochet bikini. Internet bulletin boards were awash with comments both criticising - and defending the 32-year-old. One person posted: “Jessica Simpson put her 4 month old in a bikini, so wrong! She’ll be wearing a bra next.” Another said: “Does Jessica Simpson not have a PR person to tell her that releasing a pic of her 4 month old baby in a bikini would not be considered cute?” But another insisted: “I thought it was the cutest picture ever. Anyone who is thinking otherwise is just sick.”


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Low Flying Car WOrld neWS

A COUPLE had a miraculous escape after an out-of-control car crashed into their upstairs bedroom whilst they were sleeping. The couple were in bed at their home in Epsom, Surrey, when the Lexus rounded a bend, mounted a parked Audi, and smashed into the building. The silver car punched a gaping hole in the first floor of the house, blasting debris across the bedroom and en-suite bathroom. But incredibly the couple were unhurt - and police say the three men who were travelling in the Lexus were taken to Epsom Hospital where they were treated for only minor injuries. A number of other cars were also damaged in the incident, and a post-box, road sign and fence were destroyed. A structural engineer was called to check the property as police investigated the cause of the accident, which happened at around 3am last Sunday. One neighbour has described how she heard the early-hours crash. She said: “It sounded like a plane coming out the sky. I think the car flew about 80ft before it came to rest in the side of the house.”

Tennis Hero Returns

ANDY Murray is not usually known for his warm smile and cheer, but he couldn’t stop grinning as he went on a walkabout in his home town of Dunblane. Thousands of fans lined the streets to welcome their local hero back home as the US Open and Olympic champion shook hands and signed autographs, looking more relaxed than ever. Murray’s grandmother, Shirley Erskine, described her grandson’s US Open victory as a milestone in his professional career, getting “the monkey off his back” in his desperation to win a grand slam. Judging by the laughter and warmth at Murray’s homecoming she was right - the transformation in his demeanour was clear for all to see. He was in no rush, this was his homecoming and he took hours to sign autographs and thanked so many fans for their loyal support.

Eileen McGlynn from Stirling, who met Andy on the parade and got his autograph said: “He was just full of smiles and looked so happy. I think the combination of finally getting a Grand Slam title under his belt and then this, the support he’s got from his home town, must be just so emotional for him.” Along the narrow, High Street, decorated with bunting and Union Jack flags, thousands of Murray fans chanted: “Let’s go Andy, let’s go,” as he walked by laughing and joking with the crowds. An hour before Murray arrived the heavens opened, soaking the crowds, but even the Dunblane rain failed to dampen spirits. The crowd’s support and enthusiasm was unrelenting - rather like the downpour. He posed for photographs at the golden post box, specially painted after his Olympic gold medal win, before heading to the tennis courts at Dunblane Sports Club where his tennis journey began as a child all those years ago. Andy and his younger brother Jamie used to play tennis at the club as small children, taught by their mother

and former Scotland tennis coach, Judy Murray. Andy and Judy took time out to put some young Murray hopefuls through their paces with a spot of mini tennis. While chatting to local children at Dunblane Sports Club and signing yet more autographs, Andy described the homecoming as an emotional

experience: “Everyone has been just so amazing; it’s been such an incredible day.” Before saying goodbye to his home town Andy was told he is likely to be honoured with the freedom of the city of Stirling, an accolade he will treasure no doubt alongside his Grand Slam trophy and double Olympic medals.


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B R I T I S H s e r v i c e wo m a n has given birth while serving in Afghanistan, the Ministry of Defence (MoD) has reported. The woman - who is understood to have been unaware of her pregnancy - had a son at Camp Bastion on Tuesday, just days after a Taliban attack. Both mother and baby are reported to be in a stable condition and are due to be flown home within days after being treated by a specialist medical team from the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford. An MoD spokesman said: “We can confirm that on September 18th a UK servicewoman serving in Afghanistan gave birth in the Camp Bastion Field Hospital to a baby boy.

Mother and baby are both in a stable condition in the hospital and are receiving the best possible care. A specialist Paediatric Retrieval Team is being prepared and will fly out in the next few days in order

to provide appropriate care for mother and baby on the flight home.” The spokesman added: “It is not military policy to allow servicewomen to deploy on operations if they are

pregnant. In this instance the MoD was unaware of her pregnancy. As with all medical cases, when the need arises, individuals are returned to the UK for appropriate treatment/ care.”

According to unconfirmed reports, the woman served as a gunner with the Royal Artillery, and had been deployed with the 17th Mechanised Brigade since March. She only discovered she was pregnant after she went to medics complaining of stomach pains, and the baby was born five weeks premature. She was in the 34th week of her pregnancy, meaning she conceived before flying to Afghanistan for her six-month tour of duty. The birth has stunned military chiefs and led to calls for extra medical checks on women who are sent to the warzone. Almost 200 troops have discovered they were pregnant at war since 2003 – forcing commanders to send them straight back to Britain. But this is the first time a UK soldier has given birth to a baby in Afghanistan.

an ambassador for peace and justice worldwide; and a tireless humanitarian and philanthropist”. Ali, who was diagnosed with Parkinson’s in 1984, did not make any remarks after receiving the award. He did manage to wave at the crowds and appeared to examine the medal around his neck. His wife, Lonnie Ali, spoke to the audience on his behalf. She said: “On behalf of Muhammad, let me sincerely state how incredibly honoured he is to be here this evening, as the recipient of the Liberty Medal. It is, to be honest, overwhelming, especially given the remarkable group of people who have previously been the recipient of the prestigious award. It is especially humbling for Muhammad, who has said on many occasions, ‘All I did was stand up for what I believe’.” The Olympic gold medallist and boxing legend developed a reputation for being an outspoken fighter for religious and civil rights. In

1967, Ali refused induction into the US Armed Forces due to his religious beliefs that denounced violence. He was arrested, fined, stripped of his boxing licence and title and found guilty of draft evasion. He took his battle all the way to the Supreme Court, which reversed the decision in 1971, ruling that his refusal stemmed from constitutionally protected rights. Ali regained his title in 1974 and retired in 1981. Laila Ali told the audience: “My father loves people and people love my father, and I learnt that at a very young age, as people would always come up to him no matter where we went. He has always lived his life to make this world better for others. He’s strong, he’s courageous, such a powerful man.” The 2012 Liberty Medal award ceremony was part of the 225th Anniversary of the centre. An annual award, it was established in 1988 to commemorate the bicentennial of the US Constitution.

Mohammad Ali Honoured

WELL-LOVED boxing legend Muhammad Ali has been rewarded for his humanitarian efforts and his work for civil rights at a ceremony in Philadelphia.

The 70-year-old former world heavyweight title holder received the Liberty Medal from his daughter, former professional boxer Laila Ali. The 76,000 Euros award is sponsored by the National Constitution Centre, a nonprofit organisation devoted to the US Constitution. Ali, who once proclaimed himself “the double greatest” but who has been silenced by a long battle with Parkinson’s disease, was honoured as an icon of constitutional ideals and the American dream. The centre described him as “an outspoken fighter for religious and civil rights; a conscientious objector who took his battle to the Supreme Court and won;


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Baggage Channel 4 - 8:00 - 9:00 pm Gok Wan hosts this brand-new dating game show with a difference, in which contestants must choose and reject potential partners on the basis of their ‘baggage’. daters must choose from three contestants who gradually reveal the hidden secrets and crazy flaws that they’d normally keep firmly under wraps on a first date This first show sees the very confident Gary fighting his way through the

barrage of baggage from Steph, Hayley and lauren - one of whom claims she’s a celebrity stalker, while another thinks she was a passenger on history’s most famous sinking ship Who will Gary choose, and when the tables are turned will the lucky lady be able to decide what’s inside Gary big red bag? and then there’s sassy Sophie who chooses from three lovely male suitors, one of which loves hanging out in girls’ pyjamas


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7:00am����������������������������������������������Arthur 7:13am����������������������������������������������Arthur 7:25am��������� The Story of Tracy Beaker 7:45am���������������������������� School for Stars 8:20am����������������������������������������Wingin’ It 8:45am������������������� Bear Behaving Badly 9:05am���������������������������������� Dani’s House 9:35am������������������� Dick ‘N’ Dom Go Wild 10:05am��������������������������� Ed and Oucho’s Excellent Inventions 10:30am�����������������Me and My Monsters 10:55am������������������������������ Hotel Trubble 11:25am������������������������������������������Ooglies 11:40am���������������������������������������� Trapped 12:10pm��������������������������� Little Howard’s Big Question 12:35pm�������My Almost Famous Family 1:05pm������������������������������ The Legend of Dick and Dom 1:35pm���������������������������������������� Copycats

2:05pm������������������� Bear Behaving Badly 2:25pm������������������� Dick ‘N’ Dom Go Wild 3:00pm���������������������������������������������Arthur 3:10pm�������������������������������������������������Léon 3:20pm�������������������������������������� Pet Squad 3:25pm��������������������������Shaun the Sheep Championsheeps 3:35pm�������������������� Dennis and Gnasher 3:45pm�����������The League of Super Evil 4:00pm���������������� The Scooby-Doo Show 4:30pm��������������������������� School for Stars 5:00pm����������������������������������������� 12 Again 5:30pm��������������������The Revolting World of Stanley Brown 6:00pm��������������� Dick and Dom’s Hoopla

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6:00am������������������������������������ Emmerdale 6:25am������������������������������������ Emmerdale 6:50am������������Life’s Funniest Moments 7:15am�����������The Jeremy Kyle Show US 8:05am������������������������������������ Judge Judy 8:30am������������������������������������ Judge Judy 9:00am������������������������������������ Judge Judy 9:25am������������� The Real Housewives of Orange County 10:30am���������������� Beauty and the Geek 11:30am���������������������������������� Judge Judy 12:00pm���������������������������������� Emmerdale 12:30pm���������������������������������� Emmerdale 1:00pm������������������������������������ Judge Judy 1:30pm��������������� The Jeremy Kyle Show 2:35pm��������������� The Jeremy Kyle Show 3:40pm������������� The Real Housewives of Orange County 4:40pm������������������ Beauty and the Geek 5:30pm������������������������������������ Judge Judy 6:00pm������� The Jeremy Kyle Show US 7:00pm���������������������������� Top Dog Model The competition really hots up for the six furry finalists chosen at Pawcamp. After a mutterly gorgeous makeover at a top doggy beauty salon they meet up with Ashleigh and Pudsey to train for their first tough modelling assignment. 8:00pm����������������� You’ve Been Framed Rides Again! 9:00pm�����������������������������Happy Gilmore Zany comedy about a violent underachiever who discovers that he has a talent for playing golf. Thrown out of his ice hockey team for aggressive behaviour, he polishes up his short-distance game under the backing and guidance of a veteran. 10:55pm������������������������ Eyes Wide Shut The final film from Stanley Kubrick tells the story of Bill Harford, a doctor who longs for extra-marital action after he discusses fantasies with his wife. 2:00am��������������������� Coronation Street

7:00pm��������������� Great Movie Mistakes 7:15pm����������������������������������Doctor Who 8:00pm���������������������� Be Your Own Boss 9:00pm����������������������������������� Surrogates 10:25pm��������Great Movie Mistakes 2: The Sequel 10:30pm�������������������������������� EastEnders 11:00pm���������������������������Bad Education 11:30pm�������������������������� Chris Ramsey’s Comedy Fringe 12:00am����������������������������������Family Guy 12:25am����������������������������������Family Guy 12:45am���������������������������American Dad! 1:10am�����������������������������American Dad! 1:30am������������� The Revolution Will be Televised 2:00am���������������������� Be Your Own Boss 3:00am���������������������������� Chris Ramsey’s Comedy Fringe

6:55am��������������������������������������� The Royal 8:00am�������Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman 9:00am��������������������������������������� The Store 10:00am�������������������The Father Dowling Mysteries 11:00am������������������������ A Touch of Frost 1:05pm�������������������������������������� Heartbeat 2:05pm��������������������������������������� The Royal 3:10pm���������������������� Murder, She Wrote 4:15pm������������������������������������Rising Damp 4:50pm����������������������������� Home to Roost 5:20pm�����������������������Only When I Laugh 5:50pm�������������������������������������� Heartbeat 6:55pm���������������������Murder, She Wrote 8:00pm�����������Agatha Christie’s Poirot 9:00pm�������������������� Crime Connections 10:00pm�������������������� Wire in the Blood 11:00pm������������������� Law and Order: UK 12:05am�������������������������������������������� Monk 1:00am��������������������������������������� NUMB3RS 1:45am���������������������Murder, She Wrote


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S aT u r d aY 6:00am breakfast 10:00am Saturday Kitchen live 11:30am  lorraine’s Fast, Fresh and easy Food 12:00pm  bbC news 12:10pm  bbC london news 12:15pm  Football Focus 1:00pm  F1: Grand prix Qualifying Jake Humphey is joined by david Coulthard and eddie Jordan for the qualifying session in Singapore 3:30pm  Cycling Jill douglas presents highlights of the men’s and women’s time trials from limburg, in the netherlands 4:30pm  Final Score 5:30pm  bbC news 5:40pm  bbC london news 5:50pm a Question of Sport 6:30pm ����������������������������� Total Wipeout 7:30pm ����������������������������������Doctor Who The doctor and the ponds puzzle over an unlikely invasion of earth, as millions of sinister black cubes arrive overnight, almost like presents falling from the sky 8:15pm ��������������� The National Lottery: Secret Fortune 9:10pm ���������������������������������������� Casualty The team is put to the test when Holby is hit by severe weather, and the stress of work and dealing with a face from the past leads big Mac’s health to take a dangerous turn 10:00pm ����������������������������������� BBC News 10:20pm �������������������� Match of the Day Chelsea host Stoke at Stamford bridge, as the potters go in search of their first-ever premier league victory over the Champions league winners 11:40pm�������������������������������The Football League Show 12:55am �����������������������������Weatherview 1:00am �������������������������������������� BBC News

6:00am Children’s Tv 6:40amdipdap 6:45amrastamouse 7:00am roar 7:30am project parent 8:00am The Scooby-doo Show 8:20am dennis and Gnasher 8:30amThe Slammer 9:00am 12 again 9:30amSorry, i’ve Got no Head 10:00am Cop School 10:30am Splatalot 10:55am deadly 60 bites 11:05am  prank patrol 11:30am diddy Movies 11:45am MOTd Kickabout 12:00pm  First daughter 1:40pm The ipcress File 3:25pm  escape to the Country 4:10pm put Your Money Where Your Mouth is 4:55pm Wartime Farm 5:55pm  antiques road Trip 6:55pm �������������������������������������������� Flog It! 7:40pm ����������������������������������� Dad’s Army after years at war, the british government decides to instil the Home Guard with more youthful members and existing, long-serving members could be moved into the air raid patrol 8:10pm �������������������������������������This World documentary which captures the moment when the nobel prize winning dissident aung San Suu Kyi took the huge, risky step into everyday politics in burma 9:10pm ������������������������������������������������ QI XL 9:55pm �����������������������������The Thick of It 10:25pm ������������������������������The Clintons 11:25pm������������������������Primary Colours 1:35am ���������������������������������Curse of the Crimson Altar

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6:30am Mobil 1 The Grid 7:00am  Sandman Triathlon 7:55am  The Morning line 8:55am Clement Marfo and the Frontline 9:10am itunes Festival 2012 9:45ambourjois Style Studio 10:15am new Girl 10:50am  revenge 11:50am Suburgatory 12:20pm  The big bang Theory 1:25pm The Simpsons 1:55pm Channel 4 racing 4:10pm  Come dine with Me 4:40pm  Come dine with Me 5:10pm  Come dine with Me 5:45pm  Come dine with Me 6:10pm ������������������� Come Dine with Me 6:40pm �������������������������� Channel 4 News 7:10pm ��������������������������������� 4thought�tv 7:15pm ���������������������������������������� Baggage Gok Wan hosts this brand-new dating game show with a difference, in which contestants must choose and reject potential partners on the basis of their ‘baggage’ 8:15pm �������������������� Comedy World Cup Hosted by david Tennant, and featuring the pick of britain’s finest comedy talent, Comedy World Cup is a new seven-part panel show in which Tennant referees two teams of comedians as they compete against each other in a hilarious knockout competition 9:15pm ���������������������� The Million Pound Drop Live 10:50pm �������������������������������������Predator John McTiernan’s cult sci-fi actioner stars arnold Schwarzenegger as Major dutch Schaefer, leader of an elite commando unit sent into the jungles of South america 12:55am ��������������������������������������Kaminey: The Scoundrels

The X Factor - Boot Camp BBC 1 - 6:30 - 7:35 pm After an auditions tour packed with more talent, tears, tantrums, strops, divas and excitement than ever before, the next stop for the Judges and contestants is Bootcamp - and this year it’s in Liverpool! it’s the first time that bootcamp has been held outside of london and it’s set to be the toughest one yet with a series of new and exciting challenges for the contestants Judges Gary barlow, nicole Scherzinger,

Tulisa and louis Walsh head to liverpool with high hopes for the talent they have found, but things don’t go entirely to plan With some stars from the auditions not performing as well as expected, contestants forgetting lyrics and squabbles this bootcamp is like no other and the Judges are not impressed On the final performance day, the Judges wait to see who will pull the performance of a lifetime out of the bag


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7:00pm��������������� Great Movie Mistakes 8:00pm����������������������������������������Top Gear Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May embark on an ambitious project to build mobility scooters that can tackle the wilds of the British countryside. 9:00pm�����������������������Live at the Apollo 9:30pm�����������������������Live at the Apollo 10:00pm������������������������ Russell Howard 11:00pm����������������������������������Family Guy 11:20pm����������������������������������Family Guy 11:45pm���������������������������American Dad! 12:05am���������������������������American Dad! 12:30am��������������������������The Revolution Will be Televised 1:00am���������������������� Be Your Own Boss 2:00am�����������������������Live at the Apollo 2:30am�����������������������Live at the Apollo 3:00am�����������������������������Bad Education

6:00am��������������������������Agatha Christie’s Partners in Crime 6:55am����������������Life with Judy Garland Me and My Shadows 8:55am��������������������Bertie and Elizabeth 10:55am�������������������������������On the Buses 12:40pm��������������������������The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes 1:45pm���������������������������Inspector Morse 3:55pm������������� Agatha Christie’s Poirot 5:55pm���������������������� Murder, She Wrote 6:55pm����������������������������������� Foyle’s War 9:00pm������������������������������������������������ Vera After two young people are killed in the same way - placed in water and surrounded by flowers - DCI Vera Stanhope knows that she must catch the murderer before they strike again. 11:00pm������������������ Crime Connections 12:00am��������������������������������������Rain Man


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S u n d aY 6:00am breakfast 7:35am Match of the day Gary lineker presents highlights from the premier league Chelsea host Stoke at Stamford bridge, as the potters go in search of their first-ever premier league victory over the Champions league winners 9:00am The andrew Marr Show 10:00am Sunday Morning live 11:00am  Sunday politics 12:10pm  F1: Grand prix Singapore Jake Humphrey presents coverage from the Marina bay Street Circuit, as the drivers compete in the 14th race of the 2012 season 3:20pm a Question of Sport 4:00pm  points of view 4:15pmSongs of praise 4:50pm The indian doctor 5:35pm  planet earth live 6:35pm �������������������������������������� BBC News 6:50pm �����������������������BBC London News 7:00pm ������������������������Fake or Fortune? Fiona bruce and philip Mould investigate three landscapes once thought to be by JMW Turner, which were bequeathed to the national Museum of Wales 8:00pm �����������������������������������Countryfile The team are in lochaber in the west of the Scottish Highlands Matt baker goes on a steam train ride, described as the greatest railway journey in the world 9:00pm �����������������������������Andrew Marr’s History of the World 10:00pm ����������������������������������� BBC News 10:15pm ���������������������BBC London News 10:25pm �����������������Match of the Day 2 11:55pm��������������������In with the Flynns 12:25am ���������������������Charlie and Boots 2:00am �������������������������������Weatherview 2:05am ������������������������������������� Holby City

6:00am Zigby 6:10am louie 6:20am little robots 6:30am64 Zoo lane 6:40amdipdap 6:45amrastamouse 7:00am roar 7:30am  deadly art 7:45am  Copycats 8:15am paradise Cafe 8:40amWingin’ it 9:00am 12 again 9:30am Junior bake Off 10:00am Saturday Kitchen best bites 11:30am The Great british bake Off 12:35pm Seven Years in Tibet 2:45pm  escape to the Country 3:15pm Cycling 5:00pm  rugby league 6:00pm ��������������������� Great Barrier Reef Monty Halls explores australia’s Great barrier reef, one of the natural wonders of the world and the largest living structure on our planet 7:00pm ���������������������������������������� Top Gear Jeremy Clarkson and richard Hammond are on location with the forthcoming Sweeney movie as they take charge of shooting the film’s climactic car chase 8:00pm ������������������������������������������� Vikings neil Oliver reveals the truth behind the legend of the vikings He heads out from the Scandinavian homelands to russia, Turkey and ireland to trace the beginnings of a vast trading empire that handled Chinese silks as adeptly as pictish slaves 9:00pm ��������������������������������Dragons’ Den 10:00pm ������������������������Mock the Week 10:30pm �������������������������������������������� Good 12:00am �������������������The Night Listener

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6:05amSali Mali 6:10am The Hoobs 6:35amironman 2012 7:05am Freesports on 4 7:30am The Jenson button Trust Triathlon 8:00am Will and Grace 8:55amFrasier 9:30amFrasier 10:00am  Sunday brunch 12:30pm  The big bang Theory 1:00pm  The big bang Theory 1:30pm The Simpsons 2:00pm The Simpsons 2:30pm  deal or no deal 3:30pm  Come dine with Me 4:30pm  Journey to the Center of the earth 6:20pm �������������������������� Channel 4 News 6:50pm ��������������������������������� 4thought�tv 6:55pm ������������������������ The Political Slot 7:00pm ���������������������������� Jimmy and the Whale Whisperer Farmer and wildlife enthusiast Jimmy doherty travels to the beautiful Caribbean island of dominica to meet an amazing man, who calls himself the Whale Whisperer 8:00pm �������������������������� Kevin Mccloud’s Man Made Home Kevin McCloud has always had a dream - to buy himself a beautiful piece of woodland, roll up his sleeves and build himself a cabin in the woods 9:00pm �������������Big Fat Quiz of the 90s 10:35pm ���������������������������������������� Hitman Xavier Gens’ action-thriller stars Timothy Olyphant as agent 47, a nameless assassin belonging to an amoral worldwide organisation that’s happy to carry out the dirty work for many major powers 12:25am �����������������������������������������Stalked 12:55am ���������� American Football Live

William & Kate: The South Seas Tour ITV 1 - 10:20 - 11:15 pm Mary Nightingale travels with The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge as they represent The Queen on the Asia Pacific leg of the Diamond Jubilee tour. From the bustling cities of Singapore and Kuala lumpur, to the beaches of the Solomon islands and the jungles of Sabah, William and Kate will travel 23,000 miles and cross 11

time zones as the next generation of the monarchy is introduced to the Commonwealth’s most remote outposts as William and Kate fever grips these colourful lands, Mary will be asking people what the british Monarchy means to them and looking at the Cambridge’s very modern way of doing The royal Tour


Mini Golf 6:00am��������������������������������������� Peppa Pig 6:05am������������������ Roary the Racing Car 6:15am��������������� Fifi and the Flowertots 6:25am������������������������������City of Friends 6:40am������������������������ The Mr Men Show 6:50am����������������������������������� Castle Farm 6:55am��������� Abby’s Flying Fairy School 7:05am�����������Roobarb and Custard Too 7:10am����������������������Bananas in Pyjamas 7:25am��������������������������������������������������Play! 7:35am�������������������������� Noddy in Toyland 7:45am����������������� Bert and Ernie’s Great Adventures 7:55am������������������������������������Funky Town 8:00am������������������������������� Little Princess 8:10am���������� The Adventures of Bottle Top Bill and His Best Friend Corky 8:25am������������������������Angelina Ballerina 8:45am�����������������������������������Rupert Bear 9:00am����������������������������� Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom 9:10am��������������� Toby’s Travelling Circus 9:25am������������������ Roary the Racing Car 9:40am�������������������������������������Jelly Jamm 10:00am���������� Power Rangers: Samurai 10:35am��������������������Batman: The Brave and the Bold 11:10am������������������������� Cowboy Builders 12:05pm����������������������Emergency Bikers 1:05pm���������������������������Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory 3:05pm���������������������������� Groundhog Day 5:10pm������������������������������� Monsters, Inc. 7:05pm�����������������������������Wills and Kate: Baby Fever 8:05pm������������������������ 5 News Weekend 8:10pm�������������������������������� Judge Dredd 9:55pm�������������������������Tears of the Sun 12:00am��������������������������The True Story 12:55am������������������������������ Super Casino

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7:00am����������������������������������������������Arthur 7:10am������������The League of Super Evil 7:25am��������������������������������������� Pet Squad 7:35am�������������������Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated 7:55am������������������������������������������Splatalot 8:20am������������������� Bear Behaving Badly 8:45am��������������������������Shaun the Sheep 8:55am������������������������������������ Newsround 9:00am������������������������� Horrible Histories 9:30am����������������� Tracy Beaker Returns 9:55am������������������������������������ Newsround 10:00am��������������������������������������Leonardo 10:55am���������������������������������� Newsround 11:00am��������������������������������������� 12 Again

11:30am�������������������������������� Dani’s House 11:55am���������������������������������� Newsround 12:00pm�������������������������������Diddy Movies 12:30pm��������������������������� Little Howard’s Big Question 1:00pm��������������Marrying Mum and Dad 1:20pm������������������� Bear Behaving Badly 1:45pm��������������������������������������������Ooglies 1:55pm������������������������������������ Newsround 2:00pm���������������������������������������������Sadie J 2:30pm���������������������������������������������Sadie J 3:05pm�������������������������� Dance Download 3:10pm���������������������������������� Hacker Time 3:30pm������The Sarah Jane Adventures 4:00pm������������������������������������������M.I. High 4:30pm����������������������������������������������Merlin 5:15pm��������� The Story of Tracy Beaker 5:30pm�������Trade Your Way to the USA 6:00pm������������������������������Show Me What You’re Made of 6:30pm�����������������������������������Stepping Up

Andrew Marr’s History Of The World BBC 1 - 9:00 - 11:00 pm In the opening episode of a major new eight-part series, Andrew Marr sets off on an epic journey through the explosive events, changes, conflicts and triumphs that shaped 70,000 years of human history. From our earliest beginnings in Africa, Marr traces the story of our nomadic ancestors as they spread out around the world and settled down to become the first farmers and townspeople.

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He uncovers extraordinary handprints left in European caves nearly 30,000 years ago and shows how human ingenuity led to brilliant inventions that are still with us today. Marr discovers how the first civilisations were driven to extremes to try to overcome the forces of nature. And he reveals how day-to-day life in ancient Egypt had more in common with today’s soap operas than might be imagined. It’s all part of an incredible human story about adapting and surviving – against the odds

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6:25am�������������������Emmerdale Omnibus 9:00am������Coronation Street Omnibus 11:30am�������������������Winners and Losers 12:30pm����������������������Peter Andre’s Bad Boyfriend Club Two brothers compete for the holiday, but it looks like they need to improve their DIY skills along with their dating skills. 1:30pm������������������������������Top Dog Model After a mutterly gorgeous makeover at a top doggy beauty salon they meet up with Ashleigh and Pudsey to train for their first tough modelling assignment - a TV advert. 2:30pm��������������������������������������King Ralph Comedy in which a slobbish Las Vegas lounge singer is discovered to be the heir to the British throne when the entire royal family is wiped out in a freak accident. After crossing the Atlantic to ascend the throne, King Ralph finds himself taking lessons in etiquette from an exceedingly straitlaced courtier. 4:30pm��������������������������������� The X Factor 6:00pm�������������������������� The Xtra Factor 7:00pm������������������������������������Uncle Buck Domestic comedy in which a bungling bachelor becomes a last-minute babysitter for his brother’s three children when their parents are called away from home indefinitely. 9:00pm�������������������������� The Xtra Factor 10:00pm����������� The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor The third instalment of the Mummy films. In this action sequel, in the Far East, adventurer Rick O’Connell and his son, Alex, fights to prevent a resurrected Chinese emperor taking over the world after he was cursed by a wizard years ago. 12:05am������������������������������ The X Factor 1:40am�������������������������� The Xtra Factor 2:30am��������������������� Coronation Street

7:00pm������������������������������F1: Grand Prix 8:00pm���������������������� National Treasure Family adventure following historian Benjamin Franklin Gates, who is descended from a long line of treasure hunters seeking the lost treasure of the Founding Fathers. 10:00pm���������������������������������Family Guy 10:20pm���������������������������������Family Guy 10:45pm��������������������������Bad Education The Abbey Grove school election is underway and each class must put forward a candidate. Gulliver’s candidate is school brainbox David Millbank. 11:15pm��������������������������������� Surrogates 12:40am��������������Let Me Entertain You 1:35am����������������������������The Revolution Will be Televised 2:05am�����������������������������Bad Education 2:35am���������������������� Be Your Own Boss

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M O n d aY 6:00am breakfast 9:15am rip Off britain 10:00am  Homes under the Hammer 11:00am britain’s empty Homes 11:30am  Cash in the attic 12:15pm bargain Hunt 1:00pm bbC news at One 1:30pm  bbC london news 1:40pm doctors 2:10pm  Only Fools and Horses 2:38pm  Only Fools and Horses 3:05pm  Horrible Histories 3:35pm  lockie leonard 3:55pm léon 4:00pm  alesha’s Street dance Stars 4:30pm  Sam and Mark’s big Wind up 5:00pm  newsround 5:15pmpointless 6:00pm �������������������������� BBC News at Six 6:30pm �����������������������BBC London News 7:00pm ����������������������������� The One Show 7:30pm ����������������������������������Fake Britain This episode features the scandal of the fake charity collections taking advantage of people’s generositydominic takes a look at how it is done, and how it is costing legitimate charities millions 8:00pm ����������������������������������� EastEnders 8:30pm ������������������������������������� Panorama 9:00pm ������������������������������������New Tricks 10:00pm ����������������������BBC News at Ten 10:25pm ��������������������BBC London News 10:35pm ������������������������������Citizen Khan 11:05pm����������������������Gavin and Stacey 11:35pm������������������������������� The Lock Up 12:15am ������������������ Mississippi Burning 2:15am �������������������������������Weatherview 2:20am ��������� Dig WW2 with Dan Snow

6:00am Children’s Tv 8:45am i Can Cook 9:00am The adventures of abney and Teal 9:15am  raa raa the noisy lion 9:25amThe large Family 9:40amThe Koala brothers 9:50amdirtgirlworld 10:00am  Chuggington 10:05am nuzzle and Scratch: Frock and roll 10:25am  driver dan’s Story Train 10:40am  Waybuloo 11:00am in the night Garden 11:30am  bbC World news 12:00pm  daily politics Conference Special 1:00pm  My life in books 1:30pm  To buy or not to buy 2:10pm The Weakest link 2:55pm Wanted down under 3:40pm Helicopter Heroes 4:25pm Flog it! 5:10pm put Your Money Where Your Mouth is 5:55pm  party political broadcast by the liberal democrats 6:00pm �������������������������������������� Eggheads 6:30pm ���������������How We Won the War 7:00pm ��������������������Antiques Road Trip 8:00pm �����������������University Challenge 8:30pm ���������������������������������� Nigellissima 9:00pm ���������������������� Masters of Money 10:00pm ������������������������ Never Mind the Buzzcocks 10:30pm ��������������������������������� Newsnight 11:20pm�������������� Today at Conference 11:50pm������������������������������Dragons’ Den 12:50am ���������������� Richard Hammond’s Crash Course 1:35am �������������������������������������� BBC News

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6:05amSali Mali 6:10am The Treacle people 6:20amThe Hoobs 6:45amThe Hoobs 7:10am Freshly Squeezed 7:40am according to Jim 8:05ameverybody loves raymond 8:35ameverybody loves raymond 9:05amFrasier 9:30amFrasier 10:00am  undercover boss uSa 11:00am  The renovation Game 12:00pm Channel 4 news 12:05pm Simply italian 12:35pm  Come dine with Me 1:05pm  Come dine with Me 1:35pm  Come dine with Me 2:05pm  Come dine with Me 2:40pm  Come dine with Me 3:10pm Countdown 4:00pm  deal or no deal 5:00pm Gordon ramsay’s ultimate Cookery Course 5:30pm  Come dine with Me 6:00pm ������������������������������ The Simpsons 6:30pm ���������������������������������������Hollyoaks 7:00pm �������������������������� Channel 4 News 7:50pm ��������������������������������� 4thought�tv 8:00pm ������������������������������������Dispatches 8:30pm ������������������������Food Unwrapped 9:00pm ������������������������ 999: What’s Your Emergency? 10:00pm ����������������������������������Rude Tube 11:05pm������������ Alan Carr: Chatty Man 12:10am ����������������������������� Random Acts 12:15am �����������������������������������Shameless 1:10am �����������������������������The Good Wife 1:50am ���������������������������Charlie’s Angels 2:35am ������������������������������� The Hot Rock 5:25am ���������������������������������� Countdown

999: WHAT’S YOUR EMERGENCY? Channel 4 - 9:00 - 10:00 pm This powerful new 10-part documentary series reveals how Britain is changing through the eyes of police, fire and ambulance teams on the front line responding to 999 calls. This week’s programme focuses on relationships When things go wrong, more of us than ever are dialling 999, asking the emergency services to pick up the pieces and protect us from those we used to trust an increasing number of 999 calls involve

relationship disputes, but they’re never easy to resolve The emergency operators are inundated with petty, non-emergency calls, ranging from people falling out over what they’re watching on telly, to others arguing about computer games and who gets to keep the kitten when they split up but domestic arguments often erupt into violence - last year cases of domestic violence increased by an astonishing 35% within a single year


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Mini Golf 6:00am��������������������Thomas and Friends 6:10am�������������������������������� The Wotwots! 6:20am������������������������������City of Friends 6:30am�������������������������������������Jelly Jamm 6:45am��������������������������������������� Peppa Pig 6:50am�������������������������������������� Big School 7:00am�������������������������������� Little Princess 7:10am��Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom 7:20am������������������������ The Mr. Men Show 7:35am���������������������Thomas and Friends 7:45am������������������� Make Way for Noddy 8:00am�������������� Fifi and the Flowertots 8:15am���������������������������������������� Peppa Pig 8:25am��������������������������������������� Peppa Pig 8:30am������������������ Roary the Racing Car 8:40am���������������� Bert and Ernie’s Great Adventures 8:45am���������������������Bananas in Pyjamas 8:55am������������������������Milkshake Monkey 9:00am��������� Abby’s Flying Fairy School 9:15am�������������������������� The Wright Stuff 11:10am��������������������������� Big Body Squad 12:10pm��������������������� 5 News Lunchtime 12:15pm��������World’s Toughest Trucker 1:15pm���������������������������� Home and Away 1:45pm������������������������������������Neighbours 2:20pm�����������������������������������Monkey Life 2:50pm��������������������������������Looney Tunes 2:55pm��������������������������������Looney Tunes 3:05pm���������������������������������������Lucky Day 5:00pm����������������������������������� 5 News at 5 5:30pm������������������������������������Neighbours 6:00pm��������������������������Home and Away 6:30pm������������������������������������������� 5 News 7:00pm��������������������������� Being Liverpool 8:00pm���������������������� Classic Car Rescue 9:00pm�������������������������Cowboy Builders 10:00pm������������������� Heartbreak Ridge 12:35am��� Lost Heroes of World War I 1:00am�������������������������������� Super Casino

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ITV 1 - 9:00 - 10:00 pm Julie returns home and tries to apologise to her family, but they won’t listen and it’s clear she’s not welcome any more. Similarly, Aaron rows with his father, who is furious he has thrown his job away, and Aaron also leaves home. Angela (Sandra Huggett) lets them stay in her spare bedroom. Despite Julie’s pain at leaving her family, she takes refuge with Aaron, and for the first time they can do the things that couples do – eat together, and go to bed at night. They each get temporary work, and for a while they are relatively happy.

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Leaving

Everyone is reeling from the confrontation in the breakfast room. Aaron (Callum Turner) tells his manager, Hugh (Celyn Jones), he wants to leave the managementtraining programme so he can stay with Julie (Helen McCrory). Hugh says there can be no place for him here any more. Julie is also summoned to see Hugh, who explains her position is also untenable. He backs her into a corner and Julie knows she has no option but to resign.

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T u e S d aY 6:00am breakfast 9:15am rip Off britain 10:00am  Homes under the Hammer 11:00am britain’s empty Homes 11:30am  Cash in the attic 12:15pm bargain Hunt 1:00pm bbC news at One 1:30pm  bbC london news 1:40pm doctors 2:10pm  Only Fools and Horses 2:38pm  Only Fools and Horses 3:05pm  Horrible Histories 3:35pm  lockie leonard 3:55pm léon 4:00pm  alesha’s Street dance Stars 4:30pm  Trade Your Way to the uSa 5:00pm  newsround 5:15pmpointless 6:00pm �������������������������� BBC News at Six 6:30pm �����������������������BBC London News 7:00pm ����������������������������� The One Show 7:30pm ����������������������������������� EastEnders Masood, convinced that Syed is hiding something, decides to play detective Michael, struggling on without Janine, discovers that he is not as alone as he thought lola ploughs ahead with her latest money-spinner 8:00pm ������������������������������������� Holby City 9:00pm �������������������������������� The Paradise 10:00pm ����������������������BBC News at Ten 10:25pm ��������������������BBC London News 10:35pm ������������������������������ The Lock Up 11:15pm �������������������������������Citizen Khan 11:45pm���������������������������������������Confetti 1:20am �������������������������������Weatherview 1:25am ������������������������������������� Watchdog 2:25am ������������������������� The New Forest: A Year in the Wild

6:00am Children’s Tv 8:00am What’s new Scooby-doo? 8:20amléon 8:25am buzz and Tell 8:30amnina and the neurons: in the lab 8:45am i Can Cook 9:00am The adventures of abney and Teal 9:15am  raa raa the noisy lion 9:25amThe large Family 9:40amThe Koala brothers 9:50amdirtgirlworld 10:00am  Chuggington 10:05am nuzzle and Scratch: Frock and roll 10:25am  driver dan’s Story Train 10:40am  Waybuloo 11:00am in the night Garden 11:30am  bbC World news 12:00pm  daily politics Conference Special 1:00pm  My life in books 1:30pm  To buy or not to buy 2:15pmThe Weakest link 3:00pm Wanted down under 3:45pm Helicopter Heroes 4:30pm Flog it! 5:15pmput Your Money Where Your Mouth is 6:00pm �������������������������������������� Eggheads 6:30pm ���������������How We Won the War 7:00pm ��������������������Antiques Road Trip 8:00pm ������The Great British Bake Off 9:00pm ������������������������������������������� Vikings 10:00pm �������������������������������� Later Live��� with Jools Holland 10:30pm ��������������������������������� Newsnight 11:20pm�������������� Today at Conference 11:50pm�������������������������������������The Choir 12:50am ������������������������������������ BBC News

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The Paradise BBC 1 - 9:00 - 10:00 pm In the first episode of Bill Gallagher’s new drama, Denise Lovett, a young and ambitious country girl with only her wits to live on, arrives in a booming Northern city to take up a long-held promise of work in her uncle’s drapery shop. but she soon discovers that her uncle cannot afford to employ her as most of his customers have been seduced away by the The paradise, england’s first department store, right across the street in order to survive denise is forced to take a job at The paradise and soon falls in

love with its intoxicating surroundings; as well as its dashing and reckless owner, John Moray Moray’s head is immediately turned by denise’s beauty and talent Moray is already courting the dazzling and wealthy lady Katherine Glendenning, whose father Moray needs to charm to secure a loan for his store’s expansion He sets out to impress him with a huge sale to draw people in from far and wide Katherine is desperate for Moray to propose but, much to her frustration, Moray is committed to his first love – his store


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W e d n e S daY 6:00am breakfast 9:15am rip Off britain 10:00am  Homes under the Hammer 11:00am britain’s empty Homes 11:30am  Cash in the attic 12:15pm bargain Hunt 1:00pm bbC news at One 1:40pm doctors 2:10pm  Only Fools and Horses 2:45pm  nigel Slater’s Simple Suppers 3:05pm  Horrible Histories 3:35pm  lockie leonard 3:55pm léon 4:00pm  alesha’s Street dance Stars 4:30pm Stepping up 5:00pm  newsround 5:15pmpointless 6:00pm �������������������������� BBC News at Six 6:30pm �����������������������BBC London News 7:00pm ����������������������������� The One Show 8:00pm ������������������������������������� Watchdog anne robinson, Matt allright and Chris Hollins look at why you could be landed with a bill for thousands of pounds if your mobile phone is stolen 9:00pm ����������������������������������Who Do You Think You Are? Celebrity genealogy series actor William roache has always known that his grandmother, Zillah Waddicor, ran a cafe in alton Towers in the 1920s and 1930s, long before it became a theme park 10:00pm ����������������������BBC News at Ten 10:25pm ��������������������BBC London News 10:35pm ������������� The National Lottery Wednesday Night Draws 10:45pm ���������������������������Not Going Out 11:15pm ������������ The League Cup Show 12:15am ������������The Name of the Rose

6:00am Children’s Tv 7:55am  newsround 8:00am What’s new Scooby-doo? 8:20amléon 8:25am buzz and Tell 8:30amnina and the neurons: in the lab 8:45am i Can Cook 9:00am The adventures of abney and Teal 9:15am  raa raa the noisy lion 9:25amThe large Family 9:40amThe Koala brothers 9:50amdirtgirlworld 10:00am  Chuggington 10:05am nuzzle and Scratch: Frock and roll 10:25am  driver dan’s Story Train 10:40am  Waybuloo 11:00am in the night Garden 11:30am  bbC World news 12:00pm daily politics Conference Special 1:00pm  See Hear 1:30pm  My life in books 2:00pm  To buy or not to buy 2:30pm daily politics Conference Special 4:30pm Flog it! 5:15pmput Your Money Where Your Mouth is 6:00pm �������������������������������������� Eggheads 6:30pm ���������������How We Won the War 7:00pm ��������������������Antiques Road Trip 8:00pm ����������� Antiques to the Rescue 9:00pm ���������������������������� Dead Good Job 10:00pm ��������� A Culture Show Special 10:30pm ��������������������������������� Newsnight 11:20pm�������������� Today at Conference 11:50pm������������������������������������ Storyville 12:50am ������������������������������������ BBC News

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this compelling and emotional drama Tasha raveley’s (antonia Thomas) world comes crashing down when her husband, Matt, is killed in action in afghanistan His parents, paula (Clare Higgins) and Howard (George Costigan) are with her to hear the tragic and ever dreaded news Mother-in-law paula, a veteran army wife goes into autopilot vowing to give her son a military send off to remember but Tasha struggles to accept her newfound status Too young to be a widow, a single mum and alone; the only thing worth living for is beloved son alfie


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THROUGH THE KEYHOLE By Lynne Leadbetter

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enerife Properties have been trading on the island for over 30 years. Their offices are located in San Eugenio, in between the Santander and BBVA banks, opposite the car park entrance to the San Eugenio Shopping Centre. Partners are Lynne Leadbetter and Mike Woodhouse, along with Sales Director Rachel Rogers and Secretary Delia Rodríguez Boue. Mike is a member of The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, a member of the National Association of Estate Agents (Overseas) and a member of the Spanish College, known as the Associación Profesional de Gestores Intermediarias en Promociones de Edificaciones. His college number being GIPE 2676 and he has been practicing in Tenerife since 1988. He is also the Appointed Valuer for the Abbey National International in the Canary Islands. Property purchase can be very stressful, particularly if you are situated 2,000 miles away. Tenerife Properties aims to take that stress away for you. They assist in arranging mortgages, valuations, Spanish bank accounts, NIE numbers, contents and buildings insurance, Spanish wills and even assist in obtaining discounted rates when transferring money. In short, they assist in every aspect of the purchasing and selling process, right through to and beyond the day of completion at the Notary. They also offer an excellent after sales service. This large family property is on the market for 252,000 Euros and is open to reasonable offers! This property can be viewed at www.tenerifeproperties.net Contact numbers – 922 724 110 / 608 573 443 / 699 250 870 info@tenerifeproperties.net

This week, for Through the Keyhole we travel to the busy town of Adeje in the South West of the island� Los Olivos is situated just to the west of the town center, in a more recently developed area of housing, villas, and commercial premises�

This property is within easy walking distance of some great shops including Mercadona and several big furniture and hardware stores. Over in Adeje you find a more traditional town center with many buildings dating over 100 years old including the Ayuntamiento of Adeje

(the town hall), set against the dramatic backdrop of the Barranco del Inferno in the Adeje mountains. There are also many restaurants to enjoy including the famous Chicken Shack where you can get a huge plate of Garlic Chicken, Canarian potatoes and salad at a bargain price! The property we are focusing on today is in the Jardin Botanico complex, a large complex of townhouses and apartments set around a central communal pool area with many cascading swimming pools and waterfalls. This stunning 4 bedroom corner townhouse is split into 4 levels with large spacious rooms. The ground level comprises 1 bedroom self-contained apartment with full bathroom suite, leading onto a private parking space. On the first floor there is a large open plan kitchen / diner with fully fitted units and integrated appliances leading onto a patio/terrace area with pool and mountain views, a guest

bathroom and an open plan lounge. The second floor consists of 3 bedrooms, 2 of which are double rooms, 1 with ensuite full bathroom suite and walk in wardrobe and 2 balconies, 1 double room with fitted wardrobes and balcony, full family bathroom, and a single bedroom. The third and final floor of this spacious property comprises a double bedroom come office with large storage cupboards and roof terrace with pool and mountain views ideal for catching some rays in private!


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CALDERS CONFESSIONS By Calder Jon

Calder spent twelve years working as PA and Co-presenter with Jeremy Kyle on various radio stations, he is now a Freelance Radio Presenter where he answers listeners´dilemmas each Sunday night on the airwaves� We are also very grateful to have him here, answering your questions and queries as part of the Tenerife Weekly team�

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I’m so worried about my brother. He’s had a troubled life and recently lost his flat and has started living on the streets. I live in a 2 bed flat with my husband and 3 kids and I’ve offered him the sofa but he refuses to stay because we have no space. The rest of my family isn’t close so he can’t rely on them. What can I do to help him? Mandy

The fact your brother is either too proud or even too stubborn to accept your hospitality tells me that he really isn’t ready to be helped at all. Why not sit him down and convince him that staying on your sofa is just a stop gap until he can get his own place again? Right now, he’s obviously sinking into the depths of despair and the last thing he needs is to be sleeping in a cardboard box all

I’ve been trying to get into beauty therapy since I was a teenager and it’s all I’ve ever wanted to do with my life. I did a course at an adult college but failed the exam because I hadn’t progressed enough to pass and haven’t even been given interviews because of my lack of qualifications. It’s knocked my confidence and I’m wondering if I’m not good enough to do this? It would break my heart if that was the case. Leanne on his own. Addressing the root cause of his problems may be the only way to help him but again, until he’s ready to accept help, sadly there is little or nothing you can do! Keep trying to talk some sense into him and hope for the best Mandy. Above all, just make sure he knows how much you love him.

Sometimes in life, we all have to accept defeat Leanne. As hard as it may be for you to swallow, maybe you’re just not cut out to be exactly what you want to be. It might be a good idea to speak to the college again and review your options in terms of taking more courses or perhaps fine tuning your expectations. What would you rather do? Spend a lifetime chasing an impossible dream or find something that IS within your capabilities. Don’t be too disheartened by this, the perfect job for you may not be a million miles away from the one you’re dreaming about.

Beauty therapy is a wide ranging field, so give the college a call today and ask them what they have to offer. With the right teacher and the right mind frame, I’m absolutely certain that you should be able to discover where you’re true talents lie and from that point on things should be plain sailing.

Never Had a Proper Relationship Young Son has Leukaemia

I’m 34 years old and I’ve never had a proper relationship. I’ve got lots of friends and many of them are male but I just can’t find someone who I can see myself spending the rest of my life with. I was physically abused by a male family friend when I was younger and I never thought that it’d affected me but now I think perhaps that’s the reason for my problem. Is it too late to solve the harm that it’s caused me? Nicky

I’ve met plenty of people in their forties, fifties and even beyond who have spent their entire lives in turmoil over being abused. Have you ever considered speaking to a counsellor about this Nicky? I know it was a long time ago but you would be amazed at just how much talking about things can help. Take a look at www.abusesurvivors.org.uk which is a website

I divorced my husband two years ago after many years of being in a violent relationship with him. In the last three months our son who is 4 has been diagnosed with leukaemia. I am devastated and the last thing I want to do is let that evil man back into my life. I can’t help thinking though that he is the father and should be told what is going on. What on earth should I do? Jeannie

specifically for people who have been exactly where you are now. This is obviously a huge stumbling block in your life but it’s never too late to change things. You say that you have a number of male friends so I see this as a very positive sign. I’m sure in time things will pan out for you Nicky, you’ve just got to work hard at getting past what’s going on in your mind right now.

It’s difficult when parents go their separate ways, even in a situation like yours, both your ex and your child should be encouraged to have regular contact. Maybe this would need to be arranged under the supervision of social services but ultimately, your son deserves to know his father. As far as this illness goes, I think it just underlines the importance of keeping the contact going. Don’t get me wrong Jeannie, I’m not telling you that you have to kiss and make up with the ex or anything like that. What you do have

to do though is the very best you can for your son. Children need both parents around, especially during the early years and especially when they have something as immense a leukaemia to tackle. Pick up the phone and tell your ex you need him to be adult about things for the sake of your son. Good luck.


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PUGH´S PANTRY By Barry Pugh

CRUMPETS........

Well if you fancy ‘a bit of crumpet’ then look no further These little puppies are easy, fun, cheap and take minutes to make! The amount of us expats that simply adore these babies yet we can pay through the earth to have them as one of our favourite breakfast dishes or tasty little treats! living abroad you will never usually find them on the shelf in the local supermarket so you would have to venture to an importer, and hope that they had them on the last shipment from the uK Well, here’s how to make them!

Ingredients 225g plain flour

1 level teaspoon salt 1 level tablespoon dried yeast or 10g fresh yeast crumbled 1 level teaspoon sugar 275ml milk 55ml Water

Method

Heat the milk and water together in a small saucepan till they are ‘hand hot’. Then pour into a jug, stir in the sugar and yeast and leave it in a warm place for 10-15 minutes till there is a good frothy head on it. Meanwhile, sift the flour and salt into a mixing bowl, when the yeast mixture is frothy, pour it all in. Next use a wooden spoon to work the flour into the liquid gradually and beat well at the end to make a perfectly smooth batter. Cover the basin with a tea-towel and leave to stand in a warm place for about 45 minutes it should double in size and be frothy!

To cook the crumpets: Grease the insides of a couple of egg rings, and place them in a non-stick frying pan or on a flat electric plancha on a medium heat Spoon 1 tablespoon of the crumpet batter into each ring let them cook for 4 or 5 minutes: first tiny bubbles will appear on the surface and then, suddenly, they will burst, leaving the traditional holes now take a large spoon and fork, lift off the rings and turn the crumpets over Cook the crumpets on the second side for about 1 minute only re-grease and reheat the rings before cooking the next batch of crumpets

‘DISHWASHER or FISHWASHER’

i’ve heard the idea mentioned lots of times, but it doesn’t sound right! - Cooking fish in the dishwasher amongst your dirty pots, pans and plates? Well i decided to try it! i placed a Salmon fillet in an oven bag, squeezed in some lemon juice along with some fresh Tarragon, dill, and knob of butter, pinch of salt and cracked black pepper i then made sure that it was securely fastened and then placed it in a plastic container with a sealed lid Ok - now time for the wash! The machine was fully loaded with everything from yesterdays dirty cutlery to used coffee cups but a question to myself - ‘do i really put the dishwasher tablet in?’ Surely it isn’t right? Just looking at the

Spread them with your favourite topping straight away, or leave them in the fridge until you fancy a snack- pop them in the toaster or under the grill when you feel the urge!

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chemicals that the tablet contains is pretty nasty Well YouTube videos and other blogs i found on the net said to run your dishwasher as normal, so here goes! 1 all in one dishwasher tablet (complete with salt!) i set the machine to a normal 60° wash and waited the 1 1/2 hours for it to complete it cycle When i heard the audible bleep to let me know the wash was over; it somehow made me think the microwave had finished! and there, perfectly cooked was the Salmon no water had managed to get into the fish - which was my biggest worry Fillet of Salmon a la soap was not what i was trying to cook!

HAPPY COOKING!

CONCLUSION:

although i would probably never do it again, it did work! but the hour and a half that it took to cook would probably only have taken 5 minutes to poach on the stove! My advice - have a go if you are reallY bored and really have the time to sit and wait for it, but make sure it is properly sealed i take no responsibility if it goes wrong for you, and you contaminate it with any of the chemicals ie Caustic Soda from your dishwasher tablet! after all, the detergent box had irriTanT on it!

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SHARPLES IN SESSION By John Sharples

You Can’t Park Here Lad Orf With Their Clothes! I’m dreading the news next week. First of all we had Prince Harry jumping around totally naked in public, then Kate Middleton is photographed in France with her nellies swinging freely in the breeze. If Prince Philip decides to show us his dangly bits, I am going into early hibernation in the airing cupboard. Even worse, the thought of Camilla in the altogether is terrifying; I mean she looks like Audrey Roberts from Coronation Street! The only Crown Jewels that I want to see in future are locked away in the Tower.. It is rumoured (not) that Prince Edward is planning a Naked “It’s a Knockout”. As Eddie Waring used to say ..... “It’s an up and under” I have to say that although Kate and William were in a private place, they can hardly expect anything else of the French press. Surely they learned some lessons from what happened to Princess Diana. Also, it comes as no surprise to me, that the Princess has boobs. She is a woman after all. A quick walk down the prom in Las Americas is an eye-popping sight on a daily basis!

Richard the third has supposedly been found buried under a car park in Leicester. He was in the remains of a church which had been knocked down years ago. This will be one of the most significant archaeological finds in decades if it proves to be him. He was the last king to have died in battle. An author called Richard Skidmore wants Richard to be given a state funeral. That is a funeral paid for by the state. In my family, all those who have died in the past have paid for their own funerals.

Poor Harry

There has been a lot of talk and controversy about Prince Harry and whether he should be in Afghanistan.

I admire the guy. He is certainly no coward. He wants to be there on the frontline to do the job he has trained to do. The problem is, he could very well be putting his comrades at risk, just by being there. In a recent poll of almost 30,000 people 77 per-cent of those polled felt that he was a liability to the other men around him, simply because the Taliban would make him a target. It is very sad. The royals have so many critics and this young man is trying to do something for the people and for his country. He has worked hard and it now looks as though he will be consigned to the handshaking bin of life. I think that Harry should have been deployed in total secrecy. The press should have had a total block on reporting his orders and job and the guy would have been able to get on with supporting his country. I fear that they will have to bring him back to the UK soon.

Oh, My Word

What happened to Crikey, Cripes or Jeepers� Does anyone still use Gosh or Golly or Gadzooks� They all seem to have been consigned to the dustbin and replaced by one word. A word that I couldn’t possibly print here. A word that sadly we hear all the time, in the street or on the bus. No more Flipping Heck, By Jove or Gee Whiz, just ****. How sad.

They will most likely bury him next to his queen, who he has been accused of killing. She was resting in peace, but if this fella gets his way, the peace will soon be broken. He is supposed to have killed 2 child princes and was believed to have been sleeping with his own niece to try and have a child with her because his wife was too ill to conceive, State funeral? Hmmph. He should go on the sex offenders register and be done with it! Another thought that occurs to me. He is underneath a car park. I bet he has one hell of a fee to pay after being there all these years.

Seek, Locate, Destroy

Why, oh why, do we keep looking for life on other planets when we haven’t finished discovering and killing everything that lives on earth� Surely we can’t wait a few years until we have managed to make every creature on earth extinct before we move to other planets to kill everything that lives there too� Having said that, what if there is a

being on another planet, one that is greedier and more selfish than we are. If man is anything to go by, we would be finished in no time at all. As the Rover trolls across the surface of Mars, I can’t help hoping that there is no pocket of life wrapped up in ice. If there is any sign of ancient life on mars, once we have found it, it would be prodded, tested and killed in the blink of an eye..

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STOOIE GREENHALGH In The Spotlight By Barry Sparkle

Stooie ‘Shabba’ Greenhalgh, Co-founder and Co-owner of Gecko Excursions with Kelly ‘Mojito’ Messent� I have been working in the Holiday Industry for over 10 years, and we started our own Business in December 2010� We specialize in all things to do with Day’s Out for Residents and Holiday-makers alike� We work directly with the service providers to ensure that everyone gets the very best experience�����from boat trips, days out and nights out�����our motto is ‘WHY PAY MORE’ We strive to ensure that we offer the very best service to everyone����it’s the little things that make a difference� We are located in Puerto de Santiago, 50 mtrs from Tamaimo Tropical and next door but one to the Tabacco Shop on Balcon de Los Gigantes� If you’re passing, pop in and say hello����I might even put the Kettle on!!! SHABBA!!

WHERE ARE YOU FROM? Darwen, Lancashire WHEN AND WHY DID YOU MOVE TO TENERIFE? Moved here on Christmas Eve 2007, was only supposed to be here until mid-February 2008, I accidently on purpose missed my flight back to Mainland Spain…..whoops WHEN’S YOUR BIRTHDAY? St Valentine’s Day….I get soooo many ‘Get Well Soon Cards’ DO YOU CONSIDER YOURSELF TO BE FAMOUS? Absolutely…I have a sandwich named after me ‘THE SHABBA’ ALTHOUGH YOU ARE IN THE LIMELIGHT, DO YOU CONSIDER YOURSELF TO BE SHY? I’m not a Shy person at all….ask Marc Craig when he’s singing ‘Party Rocker’s…I try to get everyone to shake dur booty’s IF YOU HAD A DIFFERENT JOB, WHAT WOULD IT BE? It would be a Bitter and Twisted Tribute Show called ‘Twisted and a Pint of Bitter’….. it’ll be massive at the Labour Club in Darwen!! WHO AND WHY IS YOUR IDOL? Don’t have an Idol.. but I have a lot of respect for a lot of people WHAT IS THE BIGGEST DISASTER YOU HAVE EVER HAD IN THE OFFICE? This happened recently….a Welsh Couple were asking about the area, so I quite happily obliged by giving them information….then the Boyo started asking really personal questions about rent, work, wages etc…..I swerved these questions only for him to

partake in a 10 minute handshake with me… like the Japanese telly program when the fella shakes a celebrities hand for a long as possible……that was a disaster…Kelly couldn’t help…She was on Level 78 of Bubble Witch Saga!! WHAT IS YOUR TIPPLE? Beer….did you know I’m better off now than I was 4 Beers ago….SHABBA!!!! WHAT’S YOUR FAVOURITE SPORT? Football…but I really enjoyed the Olympics and the Paralympics this summer….Proud to be British, delighted to live here though. HOW MANY LANGUAGES DO YOU SPEAK? English, Wookie , Spanglish HOW MANY HOUSES DO YOU HAVE? Castillo Shabba….. But I would love to live on a nice big Yacht WHAT TIME DO YOU GET UP IN THE MORNING? Depends sometimes Stupid O’Clock…. sometimes a swift boot from Kelly does the trick…but nothing worse than waking up head to toe with a flatulent Staffie….. HOW MUCH MONEY DO YOU EARN IN A MONTH? Dunno, we are always putting money back into the shop…new shirts for work etc. HOW MUCH MONEY WOULD YOU LIKE TO EARN IN A MONTH? More obviously.. If I earned a Euro for every visit to the Decades Dinner Show…I would have earned 15 euro!!! WHAT DO YOU SPEND YOUR MONEY ON? Kelly & Busta.. We tend to jolly it up on Fridays then drink like prohibition is making a comeback!!

WHAT WAS YOUR FIRST JOB? Paper rounds…first proper job was Guardsman, 2nd Battalion Scot’s Guards….I met Diana!!! DO YOU DO CHARITY WORK? Not so much work, but always donate Excursions to a worthy cause…Help for Heroes and Live Arico are a couple of personal favourites of mine…..we always donate trips….Help for Heroes at Vivo we donated Siam Park Tickets WHY DID YOU BECOME AN EXCURSIONS EXPERT? It was Written…left one Job had a couple of weeks chillin with Kelly and we got offered to run an Excursion Shop in Fanabe….after a few highs and a lot of lows, we decided to become Gecko Excursions and rest is history. DO YOU HAVE A PRIVATE PLANE? I have a hammer, and a drill, a socket set too….never had a use for a plane….can I borrow yours.. if I ever need it? DO YOU HAVE ANY PETS? BUSTA…..the most famous, spoilt little Oik of a Staffie!!! WHAT DO YOU DO IN YOUR FREE TIME? Free time…..I heard a nasty little rumour about this….tell me more WHAT IS YOUR FAVOURITE FOOD? Anything apart from cucumber and celery WOULD YOU EVER GO “BACK HOME” I’m home Kelly, Busta and Me WHERE WAS YOUR LAST HOLIDAY? A brief trip to KFC….erm Lanzarote.. it’s got a KFC you know….back in January this year……. did you know Kelly and I won a CRUISE!!!! We

are going in November and then off to the UK to visit the new Baby Messent!! TELL US A SECRET ABOUT YOU! I’m a Moon-Cat DO YOU ENJOY YOUR CELEBRITY STATUS? Yes I do….. No more questions you paparazzi person you!!! DO YOU WEAR BOXERS OR BRIEFS? Boxer’s, my Union Jack ones and my Animal from the Muppet’s are two of my favourites IF YOU WERE A BISCUIT, WHICH WOULD YOU BE? Rocky Road WHAT’S YOUR FAVOURITE PLACE TO EAT? Lunch has to be ‘Deli on the Hill’ home of ‘The Shabba Sandwich’….Love eating at Bianco’s and Tony Roma’s Fanabe…cannot resist chicken and ribs!!! Restaurante Margarita… awesome steaks and ace entertainment to boot!! NAME ONE ACTOR/ACTRESS YOU WOULD LOVE TO GET NAUGHTY WITH? Can I pick a personality?....Victoria Pendleton….SHABBA!! WERE YOU BULLIED AS A KID? Yeah….I took up Karate as a teenager…didn’t help at all…but I could deffo do serious damage to plywood!! IF YOU WERE GIVEN A CHANCE, WOULD YOU ENTER BIG BROTHER? Not a chance….I’d have my own telly show called SHABBA-Time!! WOMEN OR CARS? Getting Kelly to Drive a car over here….now we’re talking HOW DOES IT FEEL TO BE THE MOST DESIRABLE MAN/WOMAN ON THE EARTH? It feels Epic……I’m sooo Money Supermarket, I don’t even know it!!! IF I CAME TO YOUR HOME AND LOOKED INSIDE THE FRIDGE, WHAT WOULD I FIND? Jack Daniels BBQ Sauce, Budweiser BBQ Sauce, Mayo, dipping sauces…Cheese, cold meats…soft drinks, bananas for smoothies and Milkshakes……notice no mention of BEER…. That’s coz we have a Beer fridge on the Terrace…Whooo hoo WHAT’S YOUR BAD QUALITY? Speaking my mind HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE YOURSELF IN THREE WORDS? Funny, committed & SHABBA WHAT MAKES YOU ANGRY? A/holes….and people who cannot deliver when they claim they can!!! WHAT KIND OF PEOPLE DO YOU DISLIKE? Two-faced assassins!!.....they really rub my rhubarb the wrong way!!! IF I GIVE YOU ONE MILLION EUROS HOW WOULD YOU SPEND IT? Gimme the CASH NOW and keep an eye out on my Facebook page WHAT´S THE MOST EMBARRASSING SITUATION YOU HAVE BEEN IN? Busta knocking out my front tooth the night before the Jubilee Street Party and still not getting it sorted!!


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By Marc Craig

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fter all...... I’m just a girl standing in front of a boy asking him to love her.

Dearly beloved, with my own blessing literally days away (we were married in Thailand in April) and a couple of “Hangover” style comedies out in cinemas, I thought this would be a great opportunity to celebrate the wedding comedy!! Out in cinemas now is “The Wedding Video” an English comedy which sees best man Raif (Celebrity Juice’s Rufus Hound) decide that his gift to his brother, the groom Tim (Robert Webb of “Peep Show” fame), will be a wedding video chronicling the entire run-up to the day and the wedding itself, the resulting hilarious video is the film as we see it. Just released on DVD is AustralianBritish production, “A Few Best Men” about a groom on a road trip with his 3 best men, to the Australian outback for his wedding with disastrous results including a sheep in a compromising position and a coked up Olivia NewtonJohn.....what would Sandra-Dee say!! Finally, for some classics well worth renting for a night in, my all-time favourite Adam Sandler movie, “The Wedding

Singer” is both very funny and leaves you feeling all warm and fuzzy inside!! The ultimate “stag-do goes horribly wrong” movie is of course “The Hangover” and it’s Thailand located sequel, they feature mishaps such as hotel bathroom tigers, smoking monkeys, missing teeth, facial

tattoos and much, much more. A third and final sequel is released next summer and sees the Wolfpack attempt to breakout nutjob Alan (Zach Galifianakis) from a mental institution!! Finally proving that girls do wedding comedies just as well, maybe better

With what seems like the entire world talking about the topless pics of Kate Middleton, I thought I would give you an alternative published photograph of a member of the royal family showing a little more than intended! Publishers “Vanity Fair” printed the pictures of the Duchess of Cambridge sunbathing topless on a private estate, on the front cover of the French “Closer” magazine and now the Irish “Daily Star” and Italian “She” magazine have followed suit. However, my wife has spotted (with

a magnifying glass-why oh why Becky!!) a photo exclusive. Prince Philip, Duke Of Edinburgh, the 91 year old husband of The Queen was photographed at the Braemar gathering in Aberdeenshire and is pictured in 17th September edition of UK “Hello” magazine wearing a kilt and let’s just say he’s not a big fan of underwear, in fact if you peer closely there is definitely something winking back at you!! I wonder if he’s a little disappointed that his exposure hasn’t made any headlines...until now Phil!!!

In these days of recession, filmmakers are finding it harder and harder to get financing for untested (translation: original) material.

than boys is last year’s smash hit “Bridesmaids”. It’s fantastic and my wife and her bridesmaids will be having a night in with this film before our big day!! Enjoy girls!! Last week’s quote came from ZomRomCom “Shaun of the Dead”!!

Crown Jewels!!! Total Remake

Brave (PG) Showing daily at 15:30 hr - 100 min Animation | Adventure | Action Starring Kelly Macdonald, Merida (voice) billy Connolly, Fergus (voice) emma Thompson, elinor (voice) Julie Walters, The Witch (voice) robbie Coltrane, lord dingwall (voice)

Because of this more and more studios are turning to remakes and reboots of titles that were big hits the first time around. “Total Recall” was originally a vehicle for Arnold Schwarzenegger in the 80s. It was based on the short story “We Can Remember It For You Wholesale” by Philip K Dick whose writing also has been the source material for many films including “Blade Runner” and “Minority Report”. Now “Total Recall” is back, this time

with Colin Farrell as Douglas Quaid, a blue-collar worker who discovers that his mundane life is a lie of implanted memories and that he’s actually a secret agent! Unlike the original which saw much of the action take place on Mars, Quaid remains earthbound, however fans of the 80s movie will be pleased to know the three-breasted hooker makes an appearance!! Other notable remakes to look out for include “Robocop”, “Carrie” and “Dirty Dancing”- I could go on forever as more than 50, yes 50 remakes are planned for the next year!! How long before they consecrate your childhood favourite??


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This is a first, a review of a postponed game, but this is how I saw the game going� The writer and captain, Jim, was on first to show the way and completely had Bungalow mesmerised, and 7 balled him for his first ever loss� Then on went Tommo and had Grandad tied up like a Buxted chicken� 2-0 to the Bandits� Unluckily for the Tascas John our ex captain was on fire,and another 7 baller for the bandits� Never in the field of human conflict had one team so embarrassed the other and the Bandits won 10-0� Then I woke up� Trap Door 6 V 4 Bar 180 Titans Trappers V Titans, it sounds like the next hollywood blockbuster movie, but there were no swamps, no crocodiles and no chewing tobacco, nor were there krakens, or people with snakes growing out of their heads, it could have been the hare vs the tortoise, but the tortoise had his skates on, what really happened was a great game of pool, oh, and the lady factor, Jamie with his foot injury, could not oblige so up steps Micky, but Terese, the potting princess, just took out the frenchman. Cracking night. Oasis 5 V 5 Nauta B What a cracking night this was, really close frames all the way through, a lot going to black ball game, was an absolute pleasure to welcome the team from Nauta B, this is how the all the games should be played, obviously play to win but have a good time in the process, the lads from Nauta certainly played their part in making the atmosphere so enjoyable, thanks again, looking forward to the return fixture also again thanks to Lesley for the excellent chilli and to Nobby and Jane for keeping the drinks flowing, a good night had by all, cheers. Red Pride 3 V 7 Lupain Cannot believe that this team has not won a game before! Great players and a bunch of fantastic people.... And it could have been a lot worse if it wasn’t for Spike (our captain). Let’s see what happens next time... At last! Lupain gain their first points

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Blue Division Results - 11.9.12

of the season with a well-earned 7 x 3 victory, things started with a defeat, Suresh losing to Ian first 4 singles shared, but Lupain took control winning both pairs, carried on by taking the next three singles losing the last game .thanks to the Red Lion for their hospitality and good humour. Bar 180 A 7 V 3 Lowrys After Glyn and Danny Irish missed the black ball in the singles a two two score line should have meant a close game but the home team went into overdrive and picked off the next 5 frames to win a convincing 7-3 . Hoops 8 V 2 Clouseaus Emeralds Hoops Bar made their normal strong start and raced into a 3 frame lead with John completing a 7 ball clearance in the first frame...George who was best player for Emeralds made Carl pay for some sloppy play to take fourth but normal service was resumed and Hoops took next four before George again beat Carl before it was left to Bernie to wrap up a convincing 8-2 victory against a team that although newcomers to the league, will cause teams problems and certainly are a welcome addition to this great league with their friendly attitude and good humour.....

Bar Tasca B 6 V 4 Vivos A thoroughly enjoyable evening with great opposition! Tasca B got off to a tremendous start winning their first four singles, with great clearances from everyone! Paulines losing record of 100% finally came to an end with a spectacular pot on the black in the doubles with Les! Vivo’s fought back valiantly and it was looking especially tight! Thankfully for Tasca, Martin, (who also has a 100% losing record at singles) saved the day and won the last game! Looking forward to the re-match at Vivo’s (please get in dorada bottles)! Most amusing part of the evening was Vicki Maknia who was a bag of nerves and couldn’t actually bring herself to watch a single game! Thank you once again for an entertaining evening! Sloop Bar 5 V 5 O Donnels Great game with the O,Donnells boys, 4 one up to them after the first 5 games, by luck Sloop pulled it back to a draw, with Adam and Andrew playing a great doubles, and Barney, Nobby, Adam, finished with a great good to the evening, by the grace of god we didn’t use our wild card stumpy as he was otherwise pre-occupied with vodka......thanks boys we enjoyed the night....see you soon.. ps we can sort out free parking for all teams at home...let us know.

No Charges Over Homophobic Tom Daley Tweet

A footballer will not face charges over a homophobic tweet he posted about Olympic divers Tom Daley and Peter Waterfield. Director of Public Prosecutions Keir Starmer said Daniel Thomas’s message was “not so grossly offensive that criminal charges need to be brought” - and said the divers both agreed with the decision. He added that new guidelines for prosecutors on social media cases would also be issued, given the growing number

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of complaints. Daley, 18, and diving partner Pete Waterfield finished fourth in the 10m synchronised dive at this

Summer’s Olympics. Thomas, a midfielder at Welsh Premier League side Port Talbot Town FC, posted a homophobic

message on Twitter, which was quickly deleted but later distributed more widely - leading to his arrest. Mr Starmer said: “This was, in essence, a oneoff offensive Twitter message, intended for family and friends, which made its way into the public domain. “It was not intended to reach Mr Daley or Mr Waterfield, it was not part of a campaign, it was not intended to incite others and Mr Thomas removed it reasonably swiftly and has expressed remorse.

Grandee O’Donnels

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Atlantis Crew

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Leones

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Chipeque

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Position 1 Bar Tasca A 2 Trap Door 3 Hoops 4 Summerland Elite 5 Treasure Island 6 Target Bar 7 Clouseaus Diamonds 8 Legends A 9 Bar 180 Titans 10 Barracuda Bandits 11 Target Rangers 12 Britannia Inn 13 Oasis 14 Bar 180 B 15 Legends C 16 Nauta B 17 Barracuda Hunters 18 Nauta A 19 Clouseaus Emeralds 20 JDs Sports Bar

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Laura Is Loving The Spanish Ladies Open At Golf Las Americas

status of the ladies game, the Spanish Ladies Open has a prize pot of 350,000 euros, the field of 126 players was cut on Thursday night to 60 with even the last placed of those guaranteed at least 1,470 euros. On Thursday all players were competing for the chance to win a Mini Cooper S for getting a hole in one on the par 3 hole 11. The reduced field will compete in the second round on Friday 21st and the third round on Saturday, and then the championship is decided on Sunday from the usual 8am start up to an expected 4pm presentation at the 18th green. The winner will lift the trophy and pick up a cheque for 52,500 euros but they will have to earn it the hard way. Laura can draw on many years’ experience of high pressure golf but faces tough opposition from players like Carlota Ciganda of Spain and Becky Brewerton of Wales. For spectators it will be a feast of golf in beautiful surroundings - and it´s free!

The stirring sight of the Golf Las Americas course bathed in sunshine is enough to inspire any golfer and at Wednesdays Pro Am curtain raiser for this weekend’s Spanish Ladies Open, Britain’s Laura Davies was already savouring the prospect of competing against 125 top players from around the globe. Even a forgettable British Open disaster couldn´t dampen her enthusiasm “I have played this course many times and love it,

there´s a strong field this year but it´s a long hitters course that suits my game and after coming second in the Austrian Open I feel confident with my form”. The Ladies European Tour grows stronger by the year; Laura currently sits in the 12 spot on the Order Of Merit but is well placed to mount a challenge. The Brits have a strong presence at Golf Las Americas including Scotland´s Carly Booth, third in the merit table with earnings of 148,169 euros this year. Prize money is starting to reflect the growing


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1. Close loudly 5. Go-getter 9. Highway exits 14. Marco ____ 15. Jealousy 16. Make jubilant 17. Spoken of earlier 19. Family car 20. Emits vapor 21. Fasting season 23. Boston time zone (abbr.) 24. Debtor’s burden 26. Chamber

28. Coniferous evergreen (2 wds.) 32. Serious plays 36. Keats’ “before” 37. Wild attempt 38. Madrid matron 39. Chore 41. Batter’s stat 43. Placard 44. Storage spots 47. Actor ____ Idle 50. Bring to court 51. School assignment 52. Calamity

1. Health clubs 2. Hay place 3. Sunburn soother 4. Group’s mood 5. Sweet course 6. “____ Clear Day...” (2 wds.) 7. Satan’s specialty 8. Actress Winona ____ 9. Renovate 10. Pub drink 11. Concocted 12. Sch. groups 13. Dispatched 18. Gives forth

22. Head gestures 25. At hand 27. Supplies workers 28. Flower part 29. Wrathful 30. Robins’ homes 31. Receded 33. Slightly wet 34. Debate 35. More rational 40. Smooch 42. Purple flower 45. Fragrant liquid 46. Uppity person

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ASTRO-BARILINA’S TWISTED HOROSCOPES Aquarius 20 January - 18 February

Parrots can be annoying as well as beautifully coloured. Rawwr! Parrots can be annoying as well as beautifully coloured. Rawwr! Rawwr! Parrots can be annoying as well as beautifully coloured. Rawwr! Tip for this week- avoid Loro Parque!

Pisces 19 February - 20 March

Left to your own devices, you are probably heading for a fall. “Shout, shout, let it all out.” A rhyming message, which can really help you out this week. You will be provoked by a spotty teenager. Don’t rise to him.

Aries 21 March - 19 April

A report of startling significance will land on a desk near you over the coming week. This report will tell you everything you need to know about the feelings of another and will help you understand how to begin living the rest of your life.

Taurus 20 April - 20 May

Love is like a big joke where the punch line doesn’t make any sense. Because, even after your friends explain it to you, it still won’t make any sense. But it’ll happen and it’ll make you feel pretty good about yourself.

Gemini 21 May - 21 June

Your desire for more money will never come true unless you get off your bum and do something. If some things start to appear impossible, it may be time to invent robots.

Cancer 22 June - 22 July

All the colours in the rainbow will come out to play on other people’s faces. You may be diagnosed with flu at some point this week. Sleep deprivation can affect you negatively, so ensure you wear ear muffs for a guaranteed good night’s kip.

Leo 23 July - 22 August

When in danger, you have a tendency to run away quickly. Harness that ability; as you’ll need it sometime around 4pm on a weekday beginning with ‘W’. Wood may be lucky for you this week, although you’d probably prefer meaty planks to irritating splinters.

Virgo 23 August - 22 September

Peaches and cream are a cheap and enjoyable dessert menu for any supper guests. You think you’re so advanced, but when was the last time monkeys had to worry about their finances?

Libra 23 September - 23 October It’s one thing to pick your nose, but did you notice that your colleague always wipes it in the same place under his desk? Check there when he’s not looking - there’s a rotting mound of snot just waiting to fall off onto his foot. Your lucky name is: Penelope. Scorpio 24 October - 21 November Why not test yourself by not eating or drinking anything. Headaches and random convulsions may become a regular part of your life. Whilst bad things can happen in quick succession, it takes an absolute genius to screw up an entire life within 30 minutes. Sagittarius 22 November - 21 December “For Topical Application Only” - words which might cause you grave concern over the coming days. Whenever you feel unhappy, smile and go to the toilet. This action should soon turns things around for you. Capricorn 22 December - 19 January Bits and pieces of the days will flash before your eyes before you’ve seen them. This is all due to the excitement and pleasure at a new found love - your love of drinking methanol.


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Books More than 200 books by popular authors such as Martina Cole, Dick Francis, Maeve Binchy, Penny Vincenzi, Lynda La Plante, Clare Francis, Cathy Kelly and many more. Ideal for car boot sale or bookshop. ...

602 515 565 200 €

Golf Clubs

602 515 565 15 €

Mitsubishi l200 2.5 td

922 764 145 5,500 €

922 753 286 8€

Black with white numerals and hands, 36.5cm in diameter....

Internet Machine Internet machine with webcam and headphones. Programmed 50c 5 mins, 1€ 10 mins and 2€ 20 mins. With a base with wheels for easy movement. A bit bashed on the edges. Buyer collects.... 639 481 064 500 €

White & green shoes 36 White shoes with nice green & white embellishment, hardly worn, small heel, elastic strap which can be worn behind or in front of ankle. size 36 (but i'm a 37 & they fit me). collection from san miguel or can deliver locally in tenerife south. 10 euros. ...

Nails

Baby buggy (GRACO) with adjustable car seat. FULL EXTRA! - 0 to 5 years thermometer - lock - good condition - black & blue one hand tray release easy to transport. ...

Red & black skirt uk14 Nice quality silky feel red & black print slightly flared skirt, unlined, size 14 uk. new, not worn. collection from san miguel or local delivery within south. 10€ ... 654 873 853 10 €

Accounts, tax returns

Nails with zoe, who is available on monday,thursday and friday morning or all day saturday. zoe is cloud nines junior technician and is now doing some beautiful nails.... 922 753 286 15 €

Mitsubishi l200 pick up 2.5 td 1999 double cab. Green over silver just been fully resprayed. Alloy wheels, air con and 10 disc c d player. Sold with new itv. new oil filter,oil and air filter. This 4x4 drives without fault and looks great. ...

Ikea clock

Zoe who is cloud nines junior hairdresser is now doing wash and blow drys, full head colours or root re touch for a discounted price. for prices on colours and times available with zoe please call the salon....

654 873 853 10 €

Occupying a prime position in los cristianos this business has stood the test of time and continues to pack both tourists and locals in, night after night. built over 3 levels including a rooftop sun terrace, this popular bar provides everything one would w...

602 515 565 5€

Hair Care

Buggy with car seat

634 335 755 129 €

Cafe bar in Los Cristian

Sogo infra red heater, nearly new. 3x400w sections, rotates....

Donnay no 1 iron, hawk eye putter + s iron plus irons, 10 clubs in all plus daiwa bag ...

922 703 709 80 €

634 376 373 8€

Infra red room heater

Elliptical cross trainer Care futura elliptical cross trainer. 12 programs, displays time, rpm, calories, distance, pulse and watts. programmable for more than one user, manually adjustable resistance. purchased in 2009 for €399. ...

Kettler body shaper with leg and bench press, butterfly, lat pully, chest fly, biceps curl, triceps extension. for; flexion, extension, abduction, adduction and rotation. with separate dumbbells and a lot of weights...

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LED spot with very high light output. The light outpu is higher then 800 Lumen in total. Connector: E27 fitting...

REF: 1626 60,000 €

Ketller fitness

Built from scratch to an exceptionally high standard, this high profile business situated opposite the ever popular sunday market in los cristianos is a must view business.... REF: 1625 30,000 €

LED E27 9W spot

James Patterson - worst case...

634574095 2€

Cafe bar quick sale need

602 515 565 60 €

2 very large, 3 bedroom apartments for sale, large sun roof & gazibo, bbq etc. with sun all day plus 5 car garage situated in small spanish village nr tajao, close to the motorway so easy access to the south and the north, just 5 minutes from the south air...

James Patterson

Gents raleigh dyna tech mountain bike. 21 speed suntour xc pro gearing. suntour xc brakes. reynolds 2070 manganese alloy frame and forks. ...

600 700 521 160 €

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Apartment block 400 m2

Mobile nail technician available in south tenerife. Acrylic nails and shellac available. Call for appointments....

648 903 961 20 €

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Accounts, tax returns (resident and non resident) payroll, setting up of companies, wills , car transfers, and all types of insurance ...

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Punching bag

REF: 1568 90 €

Punching bag, almost new! very good quality! length 180cm, weight +/-30kg. with chains. price new at decathlon 185,- euro, now 90,-euro. call (if you want i can bring the bag and install it for you for an extra price)...

Patio Tables (metal)

Ford Fiesta Sport

647039656 4,795 €

693717587 200 €

654 873 853 15 €

Villa with 42,000sm land Private villa with 42,000 sq.m. in south tenerife. elevated position with wonderful views in all directions. walking distance to beach of el medano. 2 beds, 2 en-suite bathrooms. additional wc. new kitchen with all appliances included. dining room wi...

605 236 286 10 €

Slinky white dress with ruched top & straps from cleavage (best way to describe it!). side split on one side (not all the way up the leg). great with a tan! size uk 12 approx. new, never worn. collection from san miguel or local delivery tenerife south. 15 ...

Ladies Mountain Bike

Love at first sight, that is the best way to describe this property, wonderfully secluded, yet only 5 min away from the shops and the business, house of 120m2, 80m2 pergola attached, separate double garage space, inside of the house are 3 bedrooms, living r...

Citroen jumpy For sale citroen jumpy 9 seater 2.0 hdi engine. with 117,000 km, central locking and electric windows, white itv (mot) untill january 2013. 6,000 euros... 633 882 937 6,000 €

Electronic scale 0,001 g

Ladies typhoon mountain bike. 21 speed gears. good condition....

600 700 521 75 €

We offer a range of scented products for men, such as Cologne, aftershave lotions, shower gels and deodorant roll-on. With high quality and low price, FM makes our offer appealing to every customer. The high quality of the components used to make our cosme...

Villa sale 10,000m2 land

666600288 450,000 €

White strappy dress uk12

Beautiful bengals cats avaible in brown and snow spotted best pedigre , u s a lines of champions contact chris...

650 816 074 800 €

FM Perfumes

Chest freezer polaris **** 468 ltr. w 160 - d 62 - h 85 cm. ...

693717587 100 €

Bengal cats

922 177 209 460,000 €

Ford Fiesta Sport. 1.6, 2007. itv 18 months. 100,000km. half leather, voice activation controls, climate control, auto folding mirrors, alarm immobilisor, built in hands free kit. auto lights, stunning car owned by a lady. recent service. only 4395€...

Chest freezer polaris **

Patio tables 4 pcs and chairs 9 pcs (metal) ...

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Electronic kitchen scale, professional with precision of 0.001 grams. ...

693717587 75 €


Facebookcom/Tenebay Red Patent Sandals 36

654 873 853 10 €

Bright red patent peep toe sandals with small platform, never worn. Heel not too high. Size 36 (on the large side, i'm a 37 & they fit me). Collection from san miguel or local delivery in south tenerife. 10 euros. ...

Yamaha powered sub

922748108 70 €

Yamaha. powered sub. model no, yst-sw030. lovely sound with volume control & off button for when you just don't need bass. i'll throw in a quality pro sound centre in piano black in with it. in palm mar....

Apartment Los Cristianos

662 318 990 155,000 €

Apartment in los cristianos, just refurbished,fully furnished 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, kitchen, living room, balcony facing the street, swimming pool,reception. approx 60 square meter,near to shops,taxi ,buses, bars and restaurants... apartment funchal los...

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Black & White dress size

654 873 853 20 €

Zara beautiful quality black & white geometric print button through (hidden) sleeveless dress with wide black plaited effect buckle belt. mid calf length. brand new with label on. never worn. size l - waist is more like a m though. collection from san migue...

Thermor boiler

922748108 30 €

Harry Potter books

Split Airco Instalation Do you want to buy a split airco but you do not have the skills and/or more important a special vacuum pump to install this, if you need a trustful handy man who works secure and with the right tools to install a split air-conditioner....?call me! price fo...

REF: 1570 125 €

Yamaha yss 475 soprano s

Town House Golf del Sur Nice flat town hose in golf del sur first line of golf courses, with seperate studio for office, employees or visits. 80 meters garden. full new electricity. beautiful wood guardarops and window frames and screens. well care. 200 meter of land. 3 communit...

Gastronorm containers

Sony mds je 480 mini disc player only used once, kept in the box so like new. ...

Childrens clothes

White embellished tunic

654 873 853 15 €

Zara short white tunic dress with batwing sleeves and tie waist. nice black embellishment with small black studs around neckline, sleeves and hem all way round. size m. new, never worn. lovely fabric. collection from san miguel or local delivery within sout...

3–in-1 rooms letting 3 – in - 1 rooms available to rent in los gigantes tenerife would you like to learn a language whilst you are on holiday? i have the ideal place! you’ll enjoy your holidays in a cozy, big and bright villa where i you can find: room acco...

Mans 3 piece suit Mans 3 piece linen suit, jacket 38 chest, trousers 34 waist 32 length & waistcoat, new with tags,...

620 697 885 25 €

Citroen berlingo

Gastronorm en631 stainless steel containers. 11 pieces: l 26,5 - w 32,5 cm with lids and 12 pieces: l 53 - w 32,5 cm with 9 lids. in one buy € 250,- or separate € 15 each ... 693717587 250 €

620 697 885 130 €

Superb fully refurbished 1 bed poolside apt on parque santiago 1, large terrace with sun all day, sunbeds, overlooking the pool. The apt is on the ground floor ....

922 860 957 25 €

639643651 230,000 €

Mini Disc Player

Refrigerated salad/pizza counter. brand: fagor. worktop in stainless steel, satin finish with curved front edge. inner body of stainless steel, doors with integral handle in stainless steel. clamping height adjustable shelves, stainless steel feet adjust...

Parque Santiago 1 poolsi

Yamaha yss 475 soprano sax, hardly played excellent condition for year. comes with a selection of beginner to intermediate mouthpieces. ...

3 Harry Potter books 1 hard back & 2 paper backs, price is for all 3...

620 697 885 7€

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922176181 750 €

922176181 350 €

Refrigerated salad count

Thermor 50l boiler. like new. taken out of new apartment. works perfectly. palm mar...

Artimis curved soprano sax. very good condition, one smallish ding on the bell. plays well. sweet tone....

Very good condition, itv 2013, a/c, cd radio 1.6i petrol 5 speed manual 65,000 km only....

660 358 822 5,900 €

Set 2 tshirts

Girls vest size 5-6 years new 2€ postage...

922 815 054 2€

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Set 2 tshirts new size 6-12 months 2€ postage...

922 815 054 3€

Girls jeans size 3 -4 years new 2€ postage...

922 815 054 5€


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Nikon d80 digital slr

922 723392 420 €

Finca 12000m2

D80 nikon digital slr with nikon 18-70mm zoom lens. as new. sold with electronic remote cable release and is complete with memory card, software, battery charger and all manuals. main manual in english, cd has the catalogue in many other languages as well a...

Car seat/carrier

922 708 204 30 €

690 644 322 120,000 €

922 729 965 25 €

Green leather sofa

646 269 362 30 €

Motocrass jacket

Yacht 47' sailing ketch Recently refitted with many extras and crossed the atlantic presently berthed in south of tenerife must be seen contact seller for further information by phone or email ...

Hot dog machine Hot dog machine in stainless steel, as new hardly used. & rollers and spikes to warm the buns...

602 447 570 600 €

Elvis presley

Put me up bed

Picture of elvis presley in 73cmx53cm frame with gold ingot insert and much more memorbillia ...

jacket.

922700014 500 €

Washing machine

650 813 476 90 €

Parker

Washing machine very clean and in full working order, very low price. 80.00 euro’s the item can be viewed in my store in adeje, 10% of my sales always goes to the little dogs home ... 650 813 476 80 €

Approximately 10 tables with stools for sale at malibu park hotel, san eugenio, 200 euros for quick sale, can split. call to make a viewing appointment ...

one bed apartment in las galletas, top floor with lift access. easy reach of all amenities, banks, post office, shops and bar restuarants....

922 784 676 380 €

695 300 762 30 €

Wooden table & stools

603 347 571 150,000 €

Nice 1 Bedroom long let

Citroen c3 1.1 magic. year 2003. 100,000kms. itv until oct 2012. excellent running little car very good for a first car!!...

Wulfsport enduro/motocross as new. size l...

1998 model t spark has 194,000 km on the clock ,starts and runs well,colour champagne gold,bodywork in good condition for age. cash offers only accepted....

Anne geddes, beanie babies collection. brand new in box....

922 815 054 15 €

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Alfa Romeo 145

646 269 362 200 €

Anne geddes dolls

Citroen c3 magic

922 815 054 5€

100 litre black waste bin with lid, ideal for kitchen use for bar or restaurant, very useful for party time at home to store can & bottles under ice water for your party. Call cat on to view...

2 metre long green leather sofas, one in good condition, one damaged leather by wear & tear....

646 269 362 100 €

Barbie trousers new size 2 years 2€ postage...

618 916 363 600 €

Waste bin

Lovely bookcase / display shelves unit for sale, all wood, approximately 2 metres x 1.4metres. Call to arrange a viewing at malibu park hotel in next door bar. Selling for one of our clients euros (2 available - price is each)...

Children's clothes

Beautiful rug in excellent condition 230cm/150cm, selling for a friend who is de-cluttering. call kath ...

Wooden bookcase

646 269 362 50 €

12.000 m2 finca with large house 400 m2 pool sauna 6 bed 4 bath, 2 garages and place for stables for horses 4 rooms for small appartments huge gardens for fruit trees own water supply 4000m3. on the way from san isidro to chimichi, 240 meters high ...

Beautiful rug

Chicco car seat with auto-fix base, fixes with adult diagonal and lap strap, suitable for baby from birth to 13kg., includes the new born insert and detachable hood and lap cover. 30 euro phone: ...

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Cartier

Pen and pencil set from the snap on collection gold and silver in colour in original presentation box...

922700014 150 €

Put me up single bed, very unusual design as item looks like a television cabinet till it is open mattress very clean like new, price 90.00 euro’s. The item can be viewed in my store in adeje 10% of my sales always goes to the little dogs home ...

Les must de cartier, rollerball pen gold in original presantation box...

922700014 250 €


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Beretta coffee machine suit bar or restaurant €450.00ono, fully working in good condition heats water via electric or gas but i have never used with gas no pump required fills via osmosis used with bottled water fully serviced last month costing €20...

680859315 450 €

Motorised Treadmill

Disco light

Motorised tread mill / running machine, no longer required and dont have the room, very good condition....

680859315 225 €

696 990 058 90 €

Moving light sound activated. ideal for walls or ceiling, fitted with dimmer(extends lamp life) Very bright , very colourful. good backdrop for kareoke. (lamps 120 volt 250 watt CP96 approx 10 euros each last 300 hours)...

610988199 100 €

LG portable dvd player LG portable dvd player dp281b hardly used with carry case, manual, remote control. compatible with dvd, cds, divx, digital dolby. see link for full specs http://www.lg.com/in/suppo rt-product/lg-dp281b#. hardly used and in excellent condition. arona area....

Brand new duvet sets

Children's clothes

922 815 054 6€

Brand new duvet set

670612395 90 €

Moringa Palmtrees Aloes

922 868 496 10 €

Moringa oleifera is the healthiest plant http://www. fit.moringagarden.eu/ different type of palmtrees, 2 different type of aloes red and yellow flower and various cactus reasonable price depending on seize and transport ...

Ink cartridge hp57 3 x ink cartridge hp 57 tri-colour will sell all 3 for 75.00€. price normally 117€....

AMD x2 desktop computer AMD x2, 80gb hdd, 1 gb ram, onboard graphics and sound card, keyboard + mouse included...

Children's clothes

Twin deep fat fryer in stainless steel. condition is like new and works perfectly....

602 447 570 300 €

GENUINE prada sunglasses. Aviator Style. They are brilliant and exceptionally stylish with sophisticated decoration. The sides are a camouflage colour theme which i find pretty cool and unique. The lenses are graded.. They have seen minimal use and the lens...

646 269 362 249,940 €

My little pony top 6-9 monts new 2€ postage...

922 815 054 3€

Marina boat berth.

615302177 40,000 €

12 meter by 4 meter boat berth for sale. over 10 per-cent nett yield. offered at a significant discount -one only. payment in euros or sterling here or in uk. private funding may be available by owner. paperwork in place ready for transfer. if you are think...

Berg Mountainbike Almost new, only the bearing wobble in the middle, need to change. ...

638553030 60 €

Table with bar and chess

Sun blind

Table with an inside bar and chess nowadays not on market, from the 1950 years, has to be restaurated high 63cm length 125cm bride 64cm ... 922 868 496 130 €

Apartment for sale on las brisas, san eugenio alto. 2 bedroom 2 bathroom on escitura. additional 2 small rooms suitable for childrens rooms or office. completely refurbished with new tiled flooring throughout. large patio with private swimming pool. c...

922176592 100 €

Double fryer

Office desk with swivel chair and two armchairs, stainless steel and leather, well maintained....

Behringer ddm 400 new in box.... €325.00, open to offers or part ex... on other studio gear only used and tested in studio for a short while no longer required. Great mixer so i purchased 2 and i am selling my spare.. 32-bit digital dj mixer with beat-syn...

2 plus bedroom apartment

Brand new duvet set, duvet cover and pillow slips,pollycotton, reduced to 25 euro a set...

Office desk and chairs

Genuine Prada Sunglasses

680859315 325 €

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922 729 456 25 €

679400193 600 €

Behringer ddm 4000 mixer

Baby suit new, 12-18 months 2€ postage...

Brand new duvet sets, double size polycotton, 3 sets available....

922 729 456 29 €

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Beretta coffee machine

Stainless steel work tables. Different sizes and styles. 160x60x85 cm, 150x70x85 cm, 120x70x85 cm.heavy duty.€ 120 each....

693717587 120 €

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Roll out sun blind 4.5 mtrs long and rolls out 2.5 mtrs, multi striped brown ...

922700014 250 €


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Experienced dog-carer offers large enclosed garden and happy home environment for 2-3 dogs only. Prior viewing of facilities welcome. Short and long stays, possible to prepare and ship to UK. Collection and return available. Call 634 914 534 or email propertymarket@terra.es

Property to Rent

PART EXCHANGE MODERN 2 BED APARTMENT Located in Torvicas Alto and we are wanting to part exchange for a Detached 3 Bed, 2 Bath Modern Villa with pool, adjacent to Golf/Sports is essential. No Chancers. Cash Balance. Tel: 922 724 680 or Email: derek.deye@ntlworld.com

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9:00 am to 4:00 pm 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm

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Playa San Juan Fañabé Golf del Sur San Isidro Fañabé El Médano Los Cristianos

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Transport Buses TITSA 922 531 300 The “Bono-Bus” discount card can be purchased from all TITSA stations and terminals and reduces the cost of transport by up to 30% TFS - Tenerife Sur Airport Flight info 902 404 704 Airport info 922 759 000 TFN - Tenerife North Airport Flight info 902 404 704 General info 922 635 800 National Ferry Services Armas 902 456 500 Fred Olsen 922 628 252 Tourist offices Costa Adeje 922 750 633

Los Cristianos 922 757 137 Las Américas 922 796 668 Multi-lingual police Central office 902 102 112 Call this number and ask for an English operator to make an official report or complaint. Local police 922 757 006 Hospitals 094 Hospital Las Américas, 922 750 022 Centro Médicos Del Sur 922 791 000 Candelaria Hospital 922 602 000 British Consulate 922 286 863 Mon-Fri: 8:30am - 1:30pm

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