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TENERIFE’S ONLY QUALITY FREE WEEKLY NEWSPAPER 23rd December - 12th January 2012

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Illegal Lettings Exclusive Tenerife Weekly contributor Janet Anscombe attended a closed “strategy meeting” Wednesday morning (21 December) organized by Tenerife Litigation, a co-operative arrangement between two highly-respected lawyers in south Tenerife, José Escobedo and Santiago Saenz. Joining them was Marcus Cabrera. The meeting, with some 20 or so very involved or interested parties, was called to clarify the situation to date and discuss strategy for the future. What follows below is an update to the present situation, themes for further defence against the punitive and ferocious fines that are being levied, and ideas for strategies to lobby the Government to amend the 1995 law. ‘First, I can confirm that the first responses to appeals were received Wednesday; this is just the start of the replies so those who are still waiting a response will no doubt receive theirs shortly. The fine has been reduced on first appeal by €3,000; from €18,000 to €15,000. As part of the defence, the lawyers had presented the T&Cs of the websites which were provided by Turismo as evidence of illegal touristic offer; these T&Cs said that the websites were not responsible for the content or able to confirm that personal details were correct. Turismo’s response was that this defence was inadmissible because they did not accept websites as evidence. This first appeal-response stage is still open, so it is not yet time to appeal to the Courts. The lawyers are still arguing with Turismo

and there is a further 15 days in which to submit additional argument to see if the fine can be reduced again. Whatever the result of this process over the next couple of weeks, it will then be time to take appeals to the Courts. As I understand it, the lawyers will now need Power of Attorney from their clients to continue with this stage, so anyone who is implicated needs to confirm what their lawyer specifically needs. Power of Attorney does not require clients to travel to Tenerife: it can be arranged through Embassies in Britain and Ireland.’

Before moving on to themes for defence and future strategy to lobby for legal changes, I want to clarify the following points that have come up several times previously as questions from concerned owners: • This is not a time-limited operation. It is a “Plan Especial” and is not envisaged as being confined to 2011 alone. • It is not just foreigners who have been fined: there are Spanish, and specifically Canarian, victims too. • The fine size of €18,000, from a possible range of €1,500 to €30,000, is based on the Govern-

ment’s opinion that illegal letting is “competencia desleal”, i.e. unfair competition. • It is unlikely in the extreme, to the point almost of impossibility, that there will be any co-ordination between the Canarian Regional Government’s Tourism Department and the National Government’s Revenue Department. This would not help Turismo even if there were such cooperation because the Hacienda does not know the nature of the income declared as taxable.’ Continued on Page 3

Expansion Plans for Los Cristianos Los Cristianos looks set to become the economic hub of the south in major new plans unveiled by Arona Ayuntamiento. Officials have finally approved the areas PGO (Plan General de Ordenación) which defines the plots within the municipality and expansion plans for El Mojón in Los Cristianos is top of the agenda. More on Page 4

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Directors Simon Whittle Andrew Mills Production Colin Taylor Ernesto Álvarez

LOCAL NEWS WORLD NEWS IRISH NEWS NATIONAL NEWS BUSINESS NEWS COMMUNITY MATTERS HEALTH, BEAUTY & FASHION TV GUIDE Showbiz OUT ON THE TOWN WHO RATTLED YOUR CAGE? WILDE’S WORLD TIME OUT THE END OF YEAR QUIZ

HOROSCOPES / GARDENING PETS’ PAGE WEATHER / USEFUL NUMBERS

Spanish

Phonetically

English

¡Feliz navidad!

Fell eese nabi dad

Merry Christmas!

Papá Noel

Papa Noël

Father Christmas

Reno

Re noh

Reindeer

Regalo

Re gal oh

Gift

¡Feliz año nuevo!

Fell eese an yo nu eboh

Happy new year!

Trineo de Santa

Trin ayo de Santa

Santa’s sleigh

¡Fiesta!

Fiesta

Party!

Árbol de Navidad

Arb ol de nabi dad

Christmas tree

Resaca

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Hangover

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TECHNOPHILE MOTORING SPORT Editor in Chief Leah Farrell Editor Isabella Young

Phone: 922 738 418

Advertising Sylvia Wilkinson Tel: 693 755 735 or 652 687 655 Simon West Tel: 638 916 947 sales@tenerifeweekly.es

Contributors Carlos Hernández Ken Cumming John Hatrick Liana Mẽ aly ah Dave Michaels Pete Quilty Emma Swain Phil West Janet Anscombe Ray Wilde Karen Clack Steph Tufft

-Editor-in-Chief, Leah

Welcome to our next issue of the Spanish corner. I hope you found last week’s words useful. Let’s continue with our progress.

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Touching on our contributors, I would like to thank every single one of you for your hard work and dedication during 2011 and to all those ‘behind the scenes’, who without, none of this would be possible. We truly are a close team here at the Tenerife Weekly and I am excited at what 2012 holds for us. Despite the vacancy on next week’s newsstands the Tenerife Weekly promises to be back on 13 January and I assure you it will be bigger and better than ever and without giving too much away, will most certainly have some tricks up its papery sleeves! For now though, I hope you’ll join me in celebrating what is left of and the passing of 2011 in good spirits and allow yourself to enjoy the exhilaration of a new year, as for all we know, it could be the last. Do I really think the world will really come to an abrupt end in 2012? I could give you my answer in a split second but then, I guess we’ll just have to wait and see won’t we? Either way, I hope you enjoy our Christmas bumper issue and on behalf of the entire Tenerife Weekly team I would like to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year.

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It is truly unbelievable that yet another year has almost passed, I would love to quote the saying ‘Doesn’t time fly when you are having fun?’ although to swap the finishing word to ‘busy’ would be more accurate! And oh, what a year it has been, it’s witnessed the birth of the Tenerife Weekly for starters! Once again, I would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our loyal advertisers and look forward to continue working with you in the New Year. A year, that many predicted we would enter with an eighth Canary Islands but it looks as though we’ll be sticking to seven as it appears that, for now, all is calming down across the waters and fingers crossed, the people of El Hierro can enjoy a peaceful Christmas and New Year. And that is exactly what I am planning to have myself this year. As you will notice the paper is a special Christmas bumper issue, allowing all of our hard working staff and contributors some well deserved time off over the festive season. You will find extra content from your favourite columnists, a comprehensive TV guide spanning the entire festive season, manoeuvring you through the best programs this Christmas has to offer and if that wasn’t enough, we’re going to give your brain cells as thorough testing too with not one but four quizzes, just for fun.

See you next year! While The SW1 Tenerife Weekly makes every realistic effort to inspect the contents of all of our advertising, it cannot be held responsible for any assertions or declarations they may make. The opinion of the owners or staff of SW1 Tenerife Weekly is not necessarily mirrored in the opinions or assertions made by any of our contributors. The material contained within SW1 Tenerife Weekly may not to be reproduced unless permission has been received from the Editor. Disclaimer While we strive to bring you a quality news-

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Mother and partner imputed for murder of two children found dead in Santa Cruz apartment

AFTER taking statements t from the couple, the Court has imputed (formally named as suspects) the children’s mother, Sonia Aurelia P. B., on two counts of aggravated murder, and her partner and father to the little boy, Jesús Cristo P. L., on two counts of murder for being the instigator and accomplice of the killing. The Court remanded both in custody without bail, and lifted reporting restrictions. Sonia P.B. is now in Tenerife II prison, while her partner is still under police

guard in a secure part of Candelaria Hospital. His wounds are said to be selfinflicted. Meanwhile, the two poor children have been cremated, a service that was attended by the distraught father of the little girl. The bodies of two children, a little girl of 11 and her 5-year-old brother, were found on 13 December in an apartment in the Vistabella area of Santa Cruz. A friend of the couple said that they had psychological problems, and that the children may have been dead for a couple of days before they were discovered.

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Turning now to themes for defence against these fines, the lawyers intend to pursue three main avenues. It is important not to give away too much at present, but the themes will be political, economic and procedural. There is still plenty of scope for legal argument, though the Government’s own intractability is suggested by the puny reduction of the fine by just €3,000. There is still some way to go, however, before the final stage of appeal to the Courts is reached. Turning finally to the wider issue of strategies to lobby the Government to amend the 1995 law, there is to be a public meeting (as presently planned, anyway) in the last fortnight of January. A local lobby is being organized by some concerned individuals in Santiago del Teide and they hope to bus in representatives from Canarian businesses (taxis, restaurants, etc). It is also hoped that even the southern Mayors (particularly of Arona, Adeje and Santiago del Teide) might attend now that they are beginning to realize the ef-

fects this enforcement will almost certainly have on local tourism. One argument will be that the Government is itself damaging the economy and acting in an unfairly competitive way in terms of all-inclusive hotels. Another claim will be that even within the constraints of the existing law, the Government does not have the right to insist on the type of tourism the islands offer – that there is an implicit right for, say, groups of naturists, gay tourists, “eco” tourists, to holiday in a way that is not offered either by touristic apartments or hotels, of whatever star category. To end, the lawyers had clear advice for owners who feel they have no choice but to continue to advertise while this lobbying is going on. That advice is firstly to remove any suggestion from adverts of a touristic offer: not just “holidays”, but “touristic services”, including cleaning, safe storage boxes, airport transfers etc. Secondly, for those with clearly touristic adverts, to write to the administrators of

El Hierro eruption coming to an end?

THE harmonic tremor has been up and down quite a bit during the week (commencing 19 December) but at the time of press it is now going down very quickly. Scientists think this is now subsiding to a stop over the next few days.

The deformation in the south is also going down, in line with the harmonic tremor. This is a highly volcanic area so there will be future eruptions, but it really does look like this particular one is coming to an end. The week has witnessed a few small earthquakes but of any change is that scientists think the main vent has probably stopped erupting with magma coming from the side vents. Last week witnessed El Heirro being taken off 24 hour watch and experts now say that it does seem to be dying down overall. any websites hosting their adverts and say that you do not agree with what is reproduced in your name and that all your letting conforms to the Urban Letting Law – i.e. that you are only offering residential lets. It will be essential to keep a copy, and to send the original by registered mail for proof of delivery: here, there is also the facility of Burofaxes which prove what was actually in the letter sent. ’ It was announced on15 December that the rescheduled public meeting is planned for the second half of January in the south of Tenerife. Attending will be the Government tourism department, the chief of the inspection team, and other senior officials of the department.

The Card and Candy Store in Costa del Silencio would like to wish all their customers a very Happy Christmas and would like to remind you they are open for all your last minute cards, gifts and chocolates till Christmas eve

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Tourist killed in suspected ‘balconing’ due to fly home following day

LOCAL press has identified the tourist as 20 year old T.P.T from Finland who was due to fly home the very next day The man, who died in what’s thought to have been a balconing accident in Las Americas At 10:30pm Monday night (19 December), arrived on the island for a holiday with his girlfriend and eight friends. He fell from the fourth floor of a a hotel in Avda Rafael Puig, which runs from the Villa Cortés Hotel past the Parque Santiagos 1 and II,

and up past Las Palmeras and landed in an interior patio. He died instantly upon breaking his neck in the fall.

It’s understood that he was due to fly home from Tenerife the day after the tragic accident.


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LOCAL NEWS

Great plans for huge expansion of Los Cristianos as Arona at last approves PGO Arona Ayuntamiento has at last approved its PGO (Plan General de Ordenación) which defines the plots within the municipality. One area that now has the go-ahead for development

is El Mojón, a name usually associated with the new southern hospital just below Chayofa, but which in fact is the whole area between the present town of Los Cristianos and the TF1. This area, of some 500,000 square metres, has been

OSTEOPOROSIS SCREENING

The English Charity T.E.I.D.E (Tenerife Excursions for Infirm and Disadvantaged Children Exchange ) are pleased to announce that Osteoporosis Screening sessions areto be held. These are generously carried out by Mr. Rex Mallett M.Sc C Eng. MIMechE, who is fully qualified in the use of the “Sahara Ultra Sound” machine. The following are the dates when the screenings will take place:-Venue: Equipo Hire, La Camella (opposite Rest. Biblioteca) Tuesday 3rd January, Wednesday 4th January and Friday 5th January To make an appointment for this test, contact Jim Hunter on 669444617 or on 922720920. The test in England costs up to € 300 but through Rex´s kind auspices “T.E.I.D.E” can offer the test for only €20 per person; all proceeds will go to T.E.I.D.E ´s Holiday Project. This Project hosts holidays for underprivileged Canarian children in England.

marked out with streets and paving for some time, and is now intended to become the “economic motor” not just of Los Cristianos, but of south Tenerife generally, according to the Ayuntamiento in a press conference yesterday.

The area will contain residential, touristic and commercial properties, and talks will start with businesses after Christmas to see how to get the maximum potential from the area.

Arona’s Urbanismo councillor said he recognized that given the crisis in the construction sector, realizing this potential might take

years, but all possibilities and strategies would be examined to fuel touristic and commercial activity.

Second woman seriously burnt at Spanish fiesta dies from her injuries She was injured in an accident at Valsequillo’s ‘Release of the cursed dog’ in September

A tragic accident at a local fiesta in Valsequillo, Gran Canaria, at the end of September has claimed its second victim, Lucía Díaz Bravo, who has died from the serious burns she suffered in the ‘Suelta del perro maldito’ – ‘The release of the cursed dog’. The accident happened when fire which is used in the street performance set light to an actor’s costume and spread to the spectators. Valsequillo’s flag was flown at half mast and a minute’s silence was held in her memory. Two days of official mourning have also been called. The first victim was María Dolores Cano from Telde, who died from her burns a week after she was admitted to Intensive Care.

Tower Heist

Ben Stiller and Eddie Murphy lead an all-star cast in Tower Heist, a comedy caper about working stiffs who seek revenge on the Wall Street swindler who stiffed them.

Cast

Daniel Craig........................Ben Stiller Jamie Bell.....................Eddie Murphy Simon Pegg...........Matthew Broderick Andy Serkis.........................Téa Leoni Nick Frost.....................Casey Affleck Rating....................................PG13 Genre.................................Comedy Runtime........................104 minutes

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Mariano Rajoy Announces His Ministers

Soraya de Santamaría extends her influence as she becomes Deputy Prime Minister

The new Mariano Rajoy government will have a total of 13 ministries and, as most observers expected, the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for the Presidency will be Soraya Sáenz de Santamaría. She represented the renovation and opening of the party just four years ago and has seen a rapid rise to become Rajoy’s ‘right hand woman’. She is known for her fierce loyalty, efficiency, and has a large capacity for work. The current Mayor of Madrid, Alberto Ruiz Gallardón will become Minister for Justice, and finally returns from the events on January 15 2008 when Mariano Rajoy told him that he would

not even be on the PP candidate list for Congress at the forthcoming General Election, despite his repeated requests to be so. The villain here was the woman who is the President of the Regional Government in Madrid, Esperanza Aguirre offered fierce objection and some reports say threatened resignation should Gallardón be accepted. Since then the Mayor has become a quiet faithful servant to Rajoy, and today he has obtained his reward. Many observers, including the editor of this website, think he will be the next leader of the Partido Popular. Cristóbal Montoro who has been the PP spokesperson for economic affairs for some time becomes Minister for Hacienda. He’s known as being loyal to Rodrigo Rato in the previous José María

LOCAL NEWS

Aznar government when he was Secretary of State and Minister for Hacienda. Rato and Montoro were both affected by the Gescartera scandal when several thousand million of pesetas of client’s money disappeared. Both men got Government support but Montoro’s suc-

cessor as Secretary of State for Hacienda, Giménez Reyna, was forced to resign. During the Zapatero years he coordinated the PP opposition policies on the Economy, and now he faces cuts and the challenge of creating employment. On Wednesday night Ra-

joy first returned to the Zarzuela Palace to inform the King about the structure of his new cabinet, a month and a day after he won the election. Culture has disappeared as a separate ministry. The choice of Luis de Guindos as Economy Min-

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ister has surprised many. He was the Spanish face working for Lehman Brothers in Spain and Portugal when the bank went bankrupt in 2008. He was also one of the economic advisors to José María Aznar who named him Secretary of State for the Economy in 2002-2004.

The complete list of Ministers is as follows: Deputy Prime Minister, Minister for Presidency and Spokesperson Foreign Affairs and Cooperation Justice Defence Hacienda and Public Administration Interior Development Education Employment and Social Security Energy and Tourism Agriculture, Foodtuffs and the Environment Economy and Competitiveness Health, Social Services and Equality

Soraya Sáenz de Santamaría José Manuel García Margallo Alberto Ruiz-Gallardón Pedro Morenés Cristóbal Montoro Jorge Fernández Díaz Ana Pastor Culture and Sports, José Ignacio Wert Fátima Báñez José Manuel Soria Miguel Ángel Arias Cañete Economy and Competitiveness, Luis de Guindos Ana Mato


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LOCAL NEWS

The dangers of bad debtor lists in Spain MOBILE phone companies have been quick to blacklist clients who are late payers.

Despite several large fines being imposed on the main mobile phone companies, Orange, Movistar and Vodafone have seen 139 sanctions over the past year totalling 7.7 million € from the Data Protecting Agency AEPD, irregularities continue to exist. Some clients claim that the operators have inscribed some citizens on credit black lists when in fact there

is no debt outstanding. In such cases a fine of between 60,000 € and 300,000 € can be imposed, and the three main operators have paid 3.4 million € in fines in 2009, and 4.3 million last year. It’s not just the phone companies who can add your name to a blacklist. El País reports that there were 15 sanctions against ONO, four against Endesa, five against Jazz Telecom, eight against BBVA and eight against the Banco Santander last year. It leaves the client in a situation where it is impossible to obtain credit or to sign up

The bar is expertly run by Tony and Eileen, who came to Tenerife three years ago from Ireland after taking early retiring from their successful businesses. Eileen had a store in Dublin that manufactured and sold all types of dance costumes and

accessories and now her experience in both dealing with the public and her knowledge of manufacturing has led to her not only, running a bar but also giving her an insight as to what is needed for comfort and style in bars today. She has also helped

for numerous services. The largest list of debtors is held by Asnef-Equinox and is reported as currently containing 3,729,524. In 2009 and 2010 1,550 people turned to the Data Protection agency to ask for protection. Meanwhile the Supreme Court in Spain has ruled in favour of a client of the BBVA bank after the client’s name was mistakenly added to the bad debtor lists. The court heard that the client had suffered ‘continued damage to his honour’ for the past six years his name appeared on the debt registry. BBVA had claimed that

the four year limit for the client to make a complaint had expired but this was dismissed. The Spanish Data Protection Agency, AEPD, has meanwhile, according to El País, drawn attention to a company which was called ‘Saberlotodo’ which has now been renamed Trumbic. The paper says it has been selling private data to third parties, and has the data of 36,812,617 residents of Spain in its archives. All the data was obtained without the consent of 75% of the population, and the company now faces large fines. It’s clients are mostly companies

which offer a bad debt recovery service. The owner of Trumbic, José Vicente Lucas, from Alicante, is reported as saying that income has increased by 25% over the past year, but the company’s website has responded with a statement from their lawyers against El País, describing the report as ‘completely sectarian, untrue and false in a large part of its contents’. They have demanded a rectification from the newspaper and say they will take the corresponding civil action in defence of their rights and their clients if an apology is not forthcoming.

from the era, with quizzes to test your knowledge , you’ll have to see if you can name that tune and win a prize! On Monday’s The Randy Leprechaun is closed, giving everyone a well earned rest. But why not join them for a real Irish breakfast with real Irish black and white pudding served every day, and if you fancy, some bar snacks in the evenings, all their food is freshly cooked with real homemade chips You can also sample their vast range of

cocktails, shots and shooters and as an added bonus, all of their beers and spirits are sold at local prises, and don’t forget to come and claim your free drink with our advert on the Irish page (P15). You can meet with the guys on face book to watch videos and photos and get an insight into what the bar is all about (face book Randy Leprechaun), email us at randyleprechaun@gmail. com or call Tony or Eileen on 922789497 – mobile 660263638 to book your special events. They supply birthday cakes balloons and all banners for the occasion. They can also supply food and snacks at a very reasonable rate, so all you have to do is turn up and have a ball! You are guaranteed a very warm and friendly welcome.

A Good Old Irish Knee’s up at the Randy Leprechaun

A firm favourite with locals and visitors alike to this lovely island of Tenerife is the Randy Leprechaun Irish bar situated downstairs under Playazul apartments near the Viking bar and just up the road from veronicas in Las Americas.

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other bars in the area to upgrade their soft furnishing, giving more comfort to their customers Tony ran a busy taxi firm in Dublin, before coming to Tenerife to run the Randy leprechaun bar, so he is also experienced in dealing with and entertaining the public. The Bar offers live music, karaoke and craic every night, with Matt Williams on Tuesdays, singing all your favourite hits from down the ages. Wednesdays you can sing along with Rebecca Ryan as she sings country music by Patsy Cline, Tammy Wynette and many more well known country artists. Thursday, Fridays, Saturday and Sundays you can join resident singer Tony B for lots of great music and craic especially on Fridays which is their Irish night, which guarantees to liven up your weekend and give you a chance to enjoy our very tasty and free Irish stew. Coming soon they will have a special sixty’s night ,taking you down memory lane with all the top hits


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British Embassy in Madrid denies expat evacuation plan LOCAL NEWS

Following our coverage of stories in the Sunday Times and the Daily Telegraph of their reports of British Foreign Office contingency plans to evacuate British ex-pats from Spain and Portgual,a British Embassy spokesman in Madrid has given Typically Spanish this comment...

“All British Embassies regularly update contingency planning for all sorts of scenarios, including natural disasters and internal political unrest. “There is no Spain (or Portugal) contingency plan for a euro-based evacuation, nor do we have any intention of preparing one. It is fanciful to imagine that a major evacuation of British nationals would either be necessary or

feasible.” The Sunday Times recently reported that the British Foreign Office was planning to evacuate expats from Spain and that the Foreign Office is preparing for the worst case scenario and a collapse of banks in the Eurozone The Sunday Times claimed that Whitehall has plans for a euro-evacuation. The paper claims that the Foreign and Commonwealth Office is drawing up plans to ‘rescue’ thousands of British expats from Spain and Portugal in the event of a banking collapse. The article says it comes as credit rating agencies warn that the deal struck by EU leaders this month may not save the single currency from further turbulence and possible collapse. It continues,

‘Officials from the For- ing at airports and no means egraph some two weeks ago eign Office and the Treasury of getting home. They are saying British embassies are preparing contingency reported to be discussing in the Eurozone have been plans to help thousands of chartering planes, ships and told to draw up plans to help Britons get home if banks in coaches to evacuate expats. British expats through a colSpain and Portugal — two It follows reports in the lapse of the Euro currency, of the most vulnerable euro- Daily Telamid new fears for Italy zone economies — fail and and Spain. people are unable to get at Take a fresh look at their money.” The Sunday Times the World of Jewellery said the treasury confirmed that Torviscas Night Jewellery Market opposite the Hotel plans to give Esmeralda on the old site of the Torviscas market beemergency tween 7 11 pm every Monday evening. aid to Britons The Grand opening of this specialist jewellery market is if eurozone on Boxing Day evening. banks colThis fantastic new market will provide the perfect showlapse were being prepared, case to exhibit, purchase, swap or sell at Tenerife’s first but refused to jewellery market. give details. The A different market to buy a gift or treat someone! Foreign Office See you at our Grand opening on Boxing Day. admitted it was preFor all enquiries please call 922 713246 or paring for a ‘nightmare 610464841 scenario’ of thousands of penniless Britons sleep-


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Des Mitchell – a DJ Legend LOCAL INTEREST

Well, what can you say about a DJ that has been playing music since house music began? (Literally!)

Des Mitchell has been a DJ since 1976, became a pro in 1982 after joining BBC Radio in Birmingham his home City. Des took charge of a then one hour Reggae show and changed things up a little by adding one or two funk and soul tracks. Soon he was given two hours and split the show into two sides. Eventually it became a three hour show and the funk soul selection was on the rise and by 1985 the hints of house music started coming through. 1986 Des left the UK for a holiday in Tenerife and was offered another change of direction by Daniel Gonzalez who owned a couple of clubs and a restaurant. Fast forward, after four years of working Tenerife

& employing DJ’s for other clubs and spreading his charm and musical knowledge he was asked to become resident of BCM Music Empire in Mallorca. You could say the rest is history and boy, what a history.... Working at BCM from the early 90’s with DJ Gods such as Tony Humphreys, Frankie Knuckles, David Morales, Erick Morillo, Harry Choo

Choo and Roger Sanchez and it doesn’t end there Des also worked with the UK DJ’s Darren Emerson, Fabio / Grooverider, Mathew B (Bushwacker) Sasha, Paul Oakenfold, Mike Pickering, Graeme Park Jack Frost, Jon the pleased, Tony di Vt (rip) Mr C, CJ Mackintosh..the list goes on and on! Des also branched out working with European DJ’s like Laurent Garnier, Stone-

www.tenerifeweekly.es bridge, CJ Bolland, Deep Dish, Westbam, Tiesto, Paul Van Dyk and worked parties like Moneypenny’s, Cream and Mayday. Des’ career took him around the globe with winter tours to Canada, Japan, India, Korea, Singapore, South Africa and even Bangladesh has had the Mitchell touch! Des has toured Europe playing months at a time in Austria, Sweden, Italy, Germany east and west, Switzerland, Finland and not to forget places like Northern Ireland & east Germany (when most wouldn’t go), Des opened the doors for the superstar DJ’s of today to walk through. So Des has well and truly earned the respect he has worldwide. The year 2000 was a bit special as Des entered the pop world with a UK chart number five

hit record and it was a number one club record for three months. ‘Welcome To The Dance’ was something he just wanted to make to play in his main residency.... who knew. He also had a number 3 hit remix with ‘Heart of Asia’ by Watergate for Polydor.

So when Des says ‘I think I’ve been there and done that, he usually has! You can catch Des Mitchell Saturdays from 8pm on Energy FM 106.6 with The Mitchell Project and Sundays from 7pm on Coast FM 89.2 – 97.3 – 103.7 with The Soul Kitchen. Enjoy!

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CHRISTMAS MESSAGES

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The Municipality of

La Guancha An Insightful Guide

Town of the roses Dear readers, as we follow on along the North Coast of Tenerife and leaving behind the fascinating municipality of Icod, we encounter what we could define as the “proper North of Tenerife”, the side of the island many tourist don´t get to know , so full of potential, wild and beauty. I always think of La Guancha in Tenerife as the town where all the roses grow. There is a wonderful display in borders all along the main street of red roses, pink roses, yellow roses and white roses. The road into and out of La Guancha takes in some of the prettiest countryside in the north of the island, and in one stretch past Icod el Alto it is almost like looking down from a plane, so steep is the drop and so sweeping the view over

the valley below down to the coast and over and along to Puerto de la Cruz. La Guancha is a town and municipality in the mountains and forests that overlook San Juan de la Rambla on the coast below. The main road through it goes to Icod de los Vinos on the one side and through Los Realejos down to Puerto de la Cruz on the other. There are plenty of farms outside La Guancha growing cereal crops, grapes and vegetables such as potatoes. The area has a very rural feel to it that adds to its charm. It is possible to buy locally made wines and other agricultural produce too. Because it is high in the mountains it is often cooler than down in the coastal regions and sometimes it is covered in misty cloud but this makes it all that

much better for the plants and trees that grow there. There are many spectacular palms with their own selection of epiphytes circling the upper part of the trunk. The forests around La Guancha are mainly Canary Island pines and behind them there is the majestic view of Mt Teide towering with its peak high above the rest of the island as the highest mountain in Spain. As a town, La Guancha has just about everything you could want apart from a beach but it does have easy access to the coast below, which is about 20 minutes drive, if that. La Guancha has a wide range of shops and businesses, a Red Cross centre, churches, squares, a gymnasium, post office, school, police station, restaurants, bars, bank, and a regular bus service from Icod de los Vinos to Puerto de la Cruz. The coat of arms of La G u a n c h a shows two G u a n c h e women - original people who lived on the island before the Spanish conquest - Mt Teide, a stream, a pine

tree and bunches of grapes and ears of corn, to symbolize the area’s farming tradition and produce. There is a legend that a Spanish captain fell in love with a Guanche maiden he saw drawing water at a fountain but she ran away and he never saw her again. The place where this was said to have happened is Fuente de la Guancha and this was the previous full name of the town, which has been shortened to La Guancha.

Several families, mainly from Gran Canaria and of Portuguese origin, settled in Santa Catalina and then they built a temple to this saint in 1510. This settlement expanded reaching the place, before mentioned, where the Spanish soldier found the Guanche girl next to the fountain of La Guancha. A small temple was built dedicated to the Good Jesus and was later declared a parochial church on the 20th of June of 1630 by the Bishop Muga. The place adopted the new name of Dulce Nombre de Jesus and became independent from the Benefice of San Marcos in Icod de los Vinos. Once La Guancha became a municipality, The Town Hall was built, named la Alhondiga, a house that burned down in 1888, losing valuable documents. The municipality was pretty much isolated until 1931,

when the Icod road reached the urban area of the town. Just outside La Guancha is the very beautiful and popular tiny village of El Pinalete, which is surrounded by pine forest. There is a chapel, a stream, a bar on one side of the road and a bar and restaurant on the other, there is also a square where fiestas are held and a bus stop. La Guancha is the side of Tenerife that many tourists miss out on but it is well worth seeking out. This is the Tenerife that combines the old with the new but remains unspoiled by modern ways of life. Not only that but it has the best collection of roses in the entire island!

Festivals

Virgen de la Esperanza, Patron of the Municipality. Second week in August, the main day being the thrid Sunday of the month. Festival of Santa Catalina de Alejandría. 25th of November in the borough of Santa Catalina Festival of Santo Domingo de Guzmán. Celebrated in the coastal borough of Santo Domingo during August. Festival of Virgen del Carmen. Also in Santo Domingo in the month of July. Festival of San Antonio de Padua. Borough of El Pinalete during June. Festival of San Lucas Evangelista y Santa Dorotea in the borough of Las Cucharas. Second week in October. Festival of Nuestra Señora de Coromoto (Lowes La Guancha). Celebrated in May Festival of Virgen del Rosario. La Guancha Town on the 7th of October. Procession of Virgen de la Esperanza. In mid-November. The patrón of the municipality is taken in procession from her temple to the small Borough of Santa Catalina, where the image spends a week and then it is returned back to La Guancha Village.


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Ex-Mirror Reporter: Morgan Knew About Hacking

A former Daily Mirror journalist has told the Leveson Inquiry it was “unlikely” Piers Morgan did not know about hacking when he was the paper’s editor. James Hipwell was a financial reporter who was jailed in 2006 for purchasing low priced stocks and then recommending them to readers. He has told the panel at the Royal Courts of Justice that phone hacking “seemed to be a perfectly acceptable way to get stories”. Mr Morgan told the inquiry on Tuesday (20 Dec) he was unaware of any phone hacking at the Daily Mirror under his leadership and had “no reason” to believe that hacking was going on. He refused to discuss who played him an audio recording of a voicemail message left on Heather Mills’ mobile

phone by her then-husband Sir Paul McCartney. Mr Hipwell said: “Looking at his style of editorship, I would say it was very unlikely that he didn’t know what was going on because, as I have said, there wasn’t very much he didn’t know about. “As I think he said in his testimony, he took a very keen interest in the work of his journalists. Showbusiness is very close to his heart.” He explained that he was aware showbiz reporters were hacking phones to get stories but did not mention it to anyone as he thought it “entirely accepted by the

No Cancer Link To Implants Says UK Watchdog

Health experts insist there is no evidence that British women with silicone breast implants made by a French company need to have them removed.

Medical authorities in France are expected to tell 30,000 women with a certain type of breast implant to have them taken out. They are filled with an unapproved gel and have been linked to the death of a French woman who died from a rare form of cancer called anaplastic large cell lymphoma (ALCL). Some 50,000 British women are believed to have the implants. But the UK’s Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) said there is no evidence to support removal of the implants, manufactured by Poly Implant Prosthese (PIP). “Additionally, the MHRA worked with the cancer registry and could find no evidence for any association,” it added. Women who have implants and are concerned about their breasts, or think their implants may have ruptured, are advised to seek clinical advice from their implant surgeon. The British Association

for Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS) said: “We currently believe that the expected announcement from French medical authorities will be a precautionary measure. “Surgeons will be in contact with any patient who has received this type of implant if any action is required.” Douglas McGeorge, consultant plastic surgeon and former president of the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS), said patients with breast implants should check whether they have an implant made by PIP. “The message here is not to panic,” he said.”The advice is unchanged. Women with PIP implants should be checked by the clinic where they had their surgery and can then be monitored afterwards. These implants have a higher failure rate so there will be women who might choose to have their implants removed before that happens, whereas others will be happy to be monitored.” According to BAAPS, PIP used non-medical grade silicone believed to be made for mattresses. This meant the low-cost devices were more likely to split - 10% of them within the first year.

senior editors on the newspaper”. Mr Hipwell said he did not think “the illegality of it was ever considered and that it just seemed fair game, fair play, any means to get a story”. “It became, I think, a daily part of their news-gathering operation,” he added. Publisher Trinity Mirror insists that its journalists work within the criminal law and the Press Complaints Commission (PCC) code of conduct. Mr Hipwell was given a six-month prison sentence in February 2006 for pocketing nearly £41,000. He mentioned the stocks in the Daily Mirror’s City Slickers column and then quickly sold them as values soared.

Piers Morgan

B on Jovi: Fear As Scientists ‘Heaven

Create Killer Flu

A Dutch laboratory claiming to have developed a deadly strain of bird flu wants to publish its research, sparking fears that terrorists could use the information. Scientists at the Erasmus Medical Centre in Rotterdam say they have been able to mutate the H5N1 virus so that it can be transmitted through the air. Until now it was thought it could be transmitted between humans only via close physical contact. The Netherlands team, led by virologist Ron Fouchier, carried out the research to find out how easy it is to genetically mutate the virus into a highly-infectious air-

borne human flu. Mr Fouchier said in a statement they discovered that transmission of the virus was possible between humans “and can be carried out more easily than we thought”. “In a laboratory, it was possible to change the H5N1 into a virus... that can easily be spread through the air. This process could also happen naturally,” he said. Mr Fouchier argues that any knowledge gained could be

vital in the development of new vaccines. But critics fear it could escape from the laboratory and spread, or that terrorists could use the research to replicate it. Others have questioned the appropriateness of the work being carried out in a university instead of a secure military facility. The findings of the study had been due to be published in the American Journal of Science, but the US National Science Advisory Board for Biosecurity is now deciding whether to block it.

Five Killed In Plane Crash Two investment bankers were among five people killed when a small plane crashed on a major road in the US.

A truck narrowly missed the single-engine Socata TMB-70 after it went down on Interstate 287 in Harding, New Jersey. The pilot and owner of the plane, Jeffrey Buckalew, 45, and Rakesh Chawla, 36, who worked in the New York offices of Greenhill and Company, were both killed. The other victims were believed to be Mr Buckalew’s wife, Corinne, and their two children, Jackson and Meriwether, according a state-

ment from the firm. National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) spokesman Bob Gretz said the aircraft had taken off from an airport about 33 miles east of Harding and had been flying at 17,500ft before the accident. He said it was not known what caused the crash, which sparked a fire and scattered debris across a half-mile radius from the site of impact. No-one was injured on the ground. A neighbour told the New York Post the

Buckalews were “a beautiful family” with “gorgeous children” who were headed to Atlanta for a family trip. Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Jim Peters confirmed three adults and two children died in the crash, but officials have not confirmed the identities of any of the victims. A dog was also killed, he added.

looks a lot like New Jersey’

Jon Bon Jovi wants duped fans to know he’s not dead, and he has posted a photo proving it.

False reports of the New Jersey-born musician’s death spread online after a fake news release surfaced on social media sites. Bon Jovi is shown in a picture on his Facebook page holding a sign that reads, “Heaven looks a lot like New Jersey.” Below that is scrawled Monday’s date. Bon Jovi was performing at a charity concert that night at the Count Basie Theatre in Red Bank. His publicist confirmed Bon Jovi was alive and well and playing the show.


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Model commits suicide after date cancellation

Aspiring model Gabrielle Joseph threw herself under a train after a cinema date was cancelled, an inquest jury heard.

Gabrielle, 16, posted a three page message to friends on Facebook hours before taking her own life. The teenager, from Briton Ferry, near Neath, south Wales, went on to post a message to a friend saying: ‘I am going to kill myself tonight.’ An inquest jury was given copies of her tragic final words which also made it clear that s h e i n -

tended to kill herself. Her heartfelt words were written after a teenage boy she had planned to go to the cinema with that evening called off their date. Little more than an hour later the teenager, known to friends as Gabby, jumped in front of a train as it sped through Briton Ferry train station. She died soon after of multiple injuries. Her grieving family have urged teenagers to share any problems they have by talking to someone they trust. Roger Phillips, coroner for Neath Port Talbot, told the inquest jury the teenager’s final message was a clear indication she was going to take her own life. The jury, sitting at the Guildhall, Swansea, went on to record a verdict of suicide. Earlier it had heard that Gabby usually had a bubbly out-going personality. After the verdict the teenager’s family issued a statement speaking of their continued ‘devastation’ at the loss of their daughter.

Homeless Die 30 Years Before National Average

Homeless people can expect to die 30 years before the average person, new research has found.

A study showed that homeless men are dying at an average of 47 years old and homeless women at 43 years old. This is in stark contrast to the average age of death for the general population which is 77. The research, carried out by Sheffield University on behalf of homelessness charity Crisis, found that drug and alcohol abuse counts for just over a third of all deaths among homeless people. Suicide is also nine times more likely among people living rough than the general population. Meanwhile, it found that deaths as a result of traffic

accidents are three times as likely, infections twice as common and that falls are more than three times as likely to result in death. Leslie Morphy, chief executive of Crisis, said: “It is shocking, but not surprising, that homeless people are dying much younger than the general population. “Life on the streets is harsh and the stress of being homeless is clearly taking its toll. Ultimately, it shows that homelessness is killing people.” The research, by Dr Bethan Thomas at the University of Sheffield, estimates the average age of death not just for rough sleepers, but for the wider homeless population including those who use night shelters, homeless hostels and day centres.

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Protests See Olympic Stadium Sponsor’s Logo Axed Dow Chemical has agreed to remove its branding from the £7m wrap around the Olympic Stadium in east London after protests in India. The move has been welcomed by the Indian Olympic Association, which had threatened to pull out of the 2012 Games over the issue. However, campaigners in India say Dow, which took over the firm behind the Bhopal disaster, has not gone far enough. They say Dow should never have been allowed to sponsor the wrap as it will damage the London Olympics’ green image. Thousands of people were killed when toxic gases leaked from Union Carbide’s

chemical plan in Bhopal in 1984, in the world’s worst industrial accident. In 1989 the US firm paid the Indian government $470m (£310m) in full settlement of its liabilities. But many families said the compensation deal was inadequate and are pressing Dow, which bought Union Carbide in 1994 - 10 years after the disaster - for additional payments. Dow, which is one of 11 worldwide Olympic partners, says it has agreed to for its logo to be taken off the

Olympic Stadium, London

wrap in the run-up to next summer’s Games following talks with the organisers. “The agreement between Dow and London 2012 was limited to branding of five ‘test panels’ that were to be removed in the months before the Games and were not part of the final design,” said

a spokesman for Dow. “Dow agreed to this to support London 2012 and their vision for the stadium wrap.” But groups including the Bhopal Medical Appeal say Dow should go further and withdraw its sponsorship altogether.

In the ‘what is’ search category, the most popular search term was ‘what is AV’, as potential voters sought information ahead of the referendum on the alternative vote system in May. A spokeswoman for Google said: ‘As usual, search is helping people satisfy their appetite for celebrity pic-

tures and salacious gossip – and this year is no different. But what we’re also seeing is that people are turning to Google to understand complex subjects like the alternative vote system and searching for tips and tricks on how best to revise for exams.’

of Dutch girls who would love to be recognised for their contributions to your country, you could have given them an article. “Instead,

ter, in which I indicated that it was a joke, has been an incomplete misrepresentation of what me, and also the author of the article, meant. “I should have counted to 10 before taking unsubtle stands through social media channels. “Through this my credibility has been hurt, and that neither fits the role of an editor-in-chief, nor Jackie Magazine. “ Before the announcement of Hoeke’s departure she had described the article as a “bad joke” on Twitter, and had defended the article saying there was “no racist motive”. The magazine’s publisher said they will invite Rihanna to share her opinions on the article in their next issue.

Google’s most popular searches of 2011 Google has revealed the most popular searches in Britain in 2011. But beneath the scramble for info on celebs, snogging and scampi, what does its list say about us as a nation?

The fifth most popular search on Google this year? Why, it was ‘Google’, of course. Sometimes we just want to find what is sitting right in front of us. Yet, this is far from the most bizarre search term to make the company’s annual Zeitgeist list, which comprises the most popular searches made by users in Britain in the past 12 months. Among the big winners on the search engine in 2011 were singer Adele, the Duchess of Cambridge and X Factor. But amid the typical trawls – reality TV star Kim Kardashian was the most Googled celebrity, for instance – were some strange gems, including ‘how to snog’, ‘what is scampi’ and ‘Thundercats’. The most popular search was for Google rival Facebook, while ‘royal wedding’ was the fastest rising search term. The fastest rising person to be searched was Jackass star Ryan Dunn, who died in a car crash in June. Singer Amy Winehouse and Apple

guru Steve Jobs were others whose deaths propelled them on to the list, alongside teenage singer Rebecca Black, whose single Friday went viral in 2011.

Magazine editor resigns over ‘racist’ Rihanna article The editor of a Dutch fashion magazine criticised by US singer Rihanna for using a racist slur to describe her, has resigned.

Eva Hoeke, editor-inchief at Jackie, will leave with immediate effect after the pop star reacted angrily on Twitter to the article. The singer labelled the publication “disrespectful” and “rather desperate”. A statement from Jackie apologised with Hoeke saying she has reacted “too quickly” to criticism of the article. The feature used language to describe Rihanna that the star found offensive. Directing her anger at Hoeke on Twitter Rihanna wrote: “There are thousands

you paid to print one degrading an entire race.” Rihanna also accused the magazine’s article of being “a poor representation of the evolution of human rights.” The magazine has apologised in a statement posted on their Facebook page. In the post Hoeke is quoted as saying: “I realise that my first reaction through Twit-


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THE Oxegen music festival will not take place next year.

MCD promoters confirmed the festival will be suspended in 2012 in a move similar to what is happening to the Glastonbury festival in the UK. Confirmation came late Tuesday night (20 Dec) in a text from MCD spokesman Justin Green which said: “Oxegen, like Glastonbury, is taking a year off in 2012 and will be back July 2013. Wishing everyone a very

Happy Christmas & peaceful New Year. Keep rockin’ in 2012 and we will see you in 2013. Your Oxegen team.” Suspicions the festival would not take place next year were increased when no pre-Christmas announcement was made about early bird tickets, as had been announced for its sister festival T-in-the-Park, which takes place in Scotland on the same weekend. Along with news that the reformed Stone Roses would be playing an outdoor con-

cert in the Phoenix Park on July 5th, the day before Oxegen was due to start also fuelled rumours. Oxegen has been running from 2004 and is by far the biggest music event in Ireland every year, attracting almost every major act in contemporary music. Prior to Oxegen, it was known as Witnness. It has taken place every year at Punchestown Racecourse and at its peak was selling 80,000 weekend tickets. However, the reces-

sion has taken its toll on people aged between 18 and 30, who make up the festi-

WESTLIFE star Kian Egan and wife Jodi Albert were celebrating

amazing, so proud. X” Egan had been on red alert for the arrival in recent weeks, and had a private jet waiting in London after Westlife’s X Factor perfor-

val’s main audience. Many are unemployed and a huge number have emigrated.

THERE are renewed calls for legislation to enforce the use of car lights in daytime.

Christmas comes ‘Lazy’ postman early for Kian and Jodi escapes jail time A POSTMAN who failed to deliver thousands of letters out of “pure laziness”, has been given a suspended sentence at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court. Judge Martin Nolan said he did not even know the offence existed until the case of Oliver Ennis (27) came before him. Over the course of nearly two years, Ennis stashed undelivered letters in his car boot so he could finish his shifts early. Ennis, of Pearse House, Pearse Street, pleaded guilty to “detaining and delaying” over 2,500 pieces of post at the Shelbourne Road sorting office between December 1st, 2008 and July 8th, 2010. He faced a maximum sentence of five years or a €50,000 fine. The judge said: “It would never have struck me that this was a criminal offence until it was brought to my attention. And thanks be to God it doesn’t apply to barristers when they’re supposed to send letters,” he said, to laughter from the court. The judge said Ennis had embarrassed his employer “to a great degree” but noted he made no financial gain from the offence.

He sentenced him to 18 months, which he suspended for two years. Garda Karen Fitzsimmons told prosecuting counsel Melanie Greally that, in April 2010, An Post received a complaint about undelivered post in the Beggars Bush area and started an investigation. Ennis was observed doing his postal route but not delivering the letters. He was seen finishing his shift and going home early. Gardaí later called to his home and asked him about the undelivered post. He said his only excuse was “pure laziness” and if he was delivering a package and the recipient was not there to sign for it, he would stash it in his car instead of putting it back in the system. He had been working for An Post for two years but has now been dismissed. Defence counsel, Luigi Rea said Ennis made no financial gain from the crime and none of the post had been opened.

Tuesday night (20 Dec) after Albert gave birth two weeks early to a son in Sligo General Hospital. Egan announced the news on Twitter Tuesday night: “Out little baby boy “Koa” was born today at 6.10 pm. Jodi Albert is an amazing woman. Love them both so much. Both doing

Christmas traffic up 10% at Dublin Airport

DUBLIN Airport will see a 10% increase on passenger numbers this Christmas, compared to the same period last year.

More than 620,000 passengers will pass through the airport from today until Tuesday, January 3. However, spokesperson for the Dublin Airport Authority Siobhán Moore said the increase is partially due to the better weather conditions this year.

Group calls for daytime use of car lights

Kian Egan & Jodi Albert

mance to whisk him back to Sligo that night. Egan recently spoke of his excitement about becoming a first time dad on the Late Late Show. “I honestly can’t wait for Jodi to give birth. I want to do everything – nappies, feeds, whatever Jodi needs.” The couple wed in Barbados in 2009 after a four year romance. Egan revealed the name Koa is a traditional Hawaiian name, and means brave and fearless.

Aviva price hike to hit 350,000 customers

AVIVA Health Insurance is to increase the price of its plans by 15% from 15 February next year.

This is expected to affect 350,000 customers. The company says the step is necessary due to increased medical inflation and use of health services. Aviva says the change also reflects the increase in the

cost of private beds in public hospitals from the start of January. The company says the premium increase does not factor in new plans by the Government to re-designate and charge for public beds in public hospitals which it says, if implemented, would have a “significant” impact on health insurance premiums.

The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport has said the lack of light during the winter months - particularly today, the shortest day of the year - highlights the need for cars to have their lights on all the time. EU research shows the use of daytime car lights reduces multi-vehicle collisions by as much as 15%. Institute President Aidan Murphy has even said car lights should also be used automatically during the summer.

Irish exports reach record levels in 2011

ENTERPRISE Ireland has said that record levels of exports were achieved in 2011 despite the challenging economic environment.

However, in its end of year statement, the agency also warned that 2012 will be a year of continuing challenges. Enterprise Ireland estimates that final export figures will exceed pre-recession record levels from 2008. The agency also said that over €1bn worth of exports this year will be what it describes as “new export sales”. However, despite the strong performance employment in export-driven companies increased only slightly last year. Enterprise Ireland Chief Executive Frank Ryan said that Irish companies have proved resilient and relentless in their pursuit of new market opportunities. But he warned that 2012 will continue to present a challenging environment.


Fans face football bans

In January football fans could be banned from attending matches for bad behaviour. Northern Ireland’s Justice Minister has revealed Football Banning Orders will come in to effect at the beginning of the New Year. David Ford has signed a Commencement Order that places a series of new criminal justice powers on the statute book from 1 January 2012. Other powers to improve community safety, provide better services to victims and witnesses in court and reduce the numbers of people going to prison for fine default are also being introduced. Mr. Ford said: “The Justice Act which I took through the last Assembly addressed issues to improve the justice system and build a safer, shared society for all the people of Northern Ireland”. “The measures I am now bringing into effect will make football grounds safer;

will improve support for victims and witnesses in a court setting; and will reduce the number of people going to jail for not paying a fine”. The powers coming into effect are: Football banning orders allowing the courts to ban a person from attending certain matches in Northern Ireland. Special measures to enable witnesses to give their best possible evidence in court along with new arrangements for the service of witness summonses. The Supervised Activity Order as a community based alternative to imprisonment for defaulting on a fine. This is being launched as a pilot scheme in the Newry Petty Sessions District providing unpaid work placements as an alternative to custody if an individual defaults on a court imposed fine.

Ireland/UK to crack down on illegal immigrants

Ireland and the UK have signed an agreement designed to crack down on the number of illegal immigrants crossing over their borders.

The deal was signed in Dublin by government representatives of both countries. This initiative is aimed at putting in place standard entry requirements and enhanced electronic border systems; tightening up on the issuing of visas, and greater exchange of information, such as fingerprint biometrics and biographical details. It is billed as a reinforcement of the commitment by both governments to preserving the Common Travel Area, which came into being in the 1920s to allow for the free movement for nationals of both countries. In a statement the governments said the deal would prevent abuses of the Common Travel Area arrangement while protecting its benefits to trade and tour-

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ism, and will target what are termed ‘’high-risk’’ countries for bogus asylum claims. It adds that the move could create considerable savings by removing foreign nationals who have no right to stay. Co-operation in recent months involved checking data provided in 1,700 Irish visa applications, and identified over 200 people applying to come to the Republic who have previously been refused entry to the UK.

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Irish animation studio ‘Brown Bag films’ has been commissioned to make a new series for Disney Junior, creating 40 jobs. The Happy Hugglemonsters is based on an Irish book series and will air on the children’s channel in more than 150 countries from next autumn. Twice Oscar-nominated Brown Bag films will produce the series in its Dublin animation studio. It is to be directed by Emmy-winning Norton Virgien, best known for directing Rugrats . The 52 episodes of 11 minutes each are aimed at preschool children and will follow the adventures of five-year-old Henry Hugglemonster, the middle child

in a monster family. The I’m a Happy Hugglewug books were written by Irish author and illustrator Niamh Sharkey. She is working with the studio to ensure her two dimensional illustrations are authentically replicated. She described the development as a “dream come true”. Brown Bag will employ 40 additional full-time staff over the next 18 months, many of whom it hopes can be retained for future productions. The jobs created by the series show “how the creative economy has such

The Happy Hugglemonsters

an important role to play for Ireland”, Brown Bag cofounder and chief executive Cathal Gaffney said.

He said Ireland was now considered “one of the best territories in the world” for animation.

on houses valued at up to €600,000; €1,699 on houses up to €750,000; €2,188 on houses valued at up to €1 million; €3,125 on houses up to €1.5 million and 0.25 per cent of the valuation on houses over that. The commission’s calculations were based on 1.9 million houses paying the tax at a rate of 0.25 per cent to the midpoint of the valuation band. Under the scheme, the current second home charge of €200 a year would be ab-

sorbed into the new property tax system. It is unlikely that the scheme to be adopted by the Government will be as onerous as that proposed by the commission, particularly given that there are local and European elections in 2014, the year after the charges are likely to come into effect. Water charges are due to come into operation later in 2014 once the country has been fully metered as part of the programme to widen the tax base.

Ministers Decide To Bring Forward Property Tax The €100 a year household charge is likely to be replaced in a little more than a year by a comprehensive property tax, local media reports.

The property tax will be on a graduated scale based on the size or value of a house and the details are due to be worked out over the next few months. Under the terms of the EUIMF programme a graduated system of property tax was not due to be put in place until 2014 but Ministers have taken a decision to speed up the process. The Government has approved a decision to establish an expert group to recommend an appropriate system of property tax which would be established on a graduated basis rather than a flat charge. The expert group, which will be chaired by a representative of the Revenue Commissioners, is due to report back to Minister for the Environment and Local Government Phil Hogan by next April. The Cabinet agreed to proceed to a quick decision on

the basis of the report from the expert group with a view to having a comprehensive property tax system in place by 2013. Whatever system is agreed by the Government, most householders will have to pay considerably more than the €100 flat charge for 2012 which is due to be paid by the end of next March. The absence of a property tax is widely regarded by economists and policymakers as one of the weaknesses of the Irish tax system. One of the key ambitions of the EU-IMF programme is to widen the tax base so that extra taxes do not fall on work as the Government tries to raise extra revenue. Under the commission’s proposed scheme a charge of €188 would be paid on houses valued at up to €150,000; €563 on houses between €150,000 and €300,000; €938 on houses up to €450,000; €1,313


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MARIANO Rajoy said in his investiture speech that the economic outlook for Spain couldn’t be darker. Spain’s next Prime Minister, the Partido Popular leader Mariano Rajoy, has promised heavy cuts in public spending for 2012 in his investiture speech to parliament, and said that he aimed to cut the budget deficit by 16.5 billion € to bring it down to 4.4% of the Gross Domestic Product in 2012. The Prime Minister-elect said the corner stone of his policies will be to stem un-

employment and stimulate economic growth, with structural reforms to make the economy more flexible and more competitive. 23% of the active population is currently unemployed in Spain and Rajoy said the country’s economic outlook ‘couldn’t be darker’, with an economy which does not grow and 5.4 million people out of work. He said his government will concentrate

on stimulating growth and boosting the creation of employment. Pensions, which were frozen by the outgoing Socialist government, will however increase in line with the Consumer Price Index from January 1, 2012, which Rajoy said is needed to allow pensioners to recover their purchasing power. He said it will be the ‘only and exclusive’ area where spending will be increased. There will be no more early retirement, ‘except in exceptional situations’, the IVA reduction on property purchases is to remain in place, and most public holidays which fall during the middle of the week are to be moved to Mondays to stop the practice of businesses closing for extra days, known as ‘puentes’. A hiring freeze in the public

sector was also announced and a labour market reform is to be presented in the first quarter of next year. Measures to boost growth come in the form of IVA/ VAT tax breaks for small businesses and the self-employed and breaks on social security payments for businesses which employ new staff. In his response the Socialist leader, Alfredo Pérez Rubalcaba, call on Rajoy to say whether he would be increasing IVA/VAT and if so by how much, and he asked too whether the retirement age would be delayed. Other opposition parties complained about the ambiguity in the speech, and the ERC Catalan Republican Spokesman went as far as to say ‘It’s Spain that is going backwards, and we don’t fit, and want to leave her’.

Work to build 18 arrests in Spain in Spain’s first European child seven-star pornography swoop than 100 arrests child pornography images. hotel to start MORE A number of those arresthave been made in total. ed are communications and A Europe wide operation in early 2012 against child pornography computer technicians. THE site is in Peñón del Lobo in Almuñécar.

Work to build Spain’s first seven-star hotel, in Peñón del Lobo, Almuñécar, is set to commence towards the beginning of February next year, after problems with the building licence have now been resolved. The Junta de Andalucía had informed the local Town Hall in July this year that it should rescind the licence as it had been granted by the previous local government without the proper authorisation. Europa Press indicates that geotechnical studies of the site have already been undertaken, and those re-

sults are expected in soon. The site covers an area of more than 13,000 square metres, and is to be developed as a luxury Banyan Tree Resort. Phase I of the Bahía Fenicia resort, for the hotel itself and 55 residential villas, has a project deadline of 36 months. The hotel will include standard rooms of 40 square metres and will offer limousine, butler and helicopter services to its guests. Phases II and III are to due to get underway in 2014 and 2015.

Miguel Montes Neiro

has resulted in more than 100 arrests, 18 of them in Spain. Codenamed ‘Icarus’ it saw the Europol and police from different countries arrest people accused of possessing and distributing

Now the job for the investigators is to try and identify the children who appear in the images found, and so see who has been the victim of any aggression.

MIGUEL Montes Neiro has accumulated more than 30 sentences since 1976.

pardon to the 61 year old. He first entered prison in 1976 for deserting the Army and since then has been sentenced more than 30 times for various offences. Now aged 61, Montes Neiro was not due for release until 2021. The prisoner said that he is ‘happy’ as years of fighting were now over. It’s of note that none of his crimes was ever violent.

Man rescued by keepers after jumping into lion’s compound HE escaped unhurt after he was rescued with the help of a rope.

There was panic for a few moments at Madrid Zoo when one of the visitors to the zoo managed to get into the lions compound and had to be rescued by keepers. They were alerted by other visitors on site, and

reached the scene in less than two minutes to rescue the man with the help of a rope. He escaped unhurt, but El País reports that the three lions which were there at the time were on alert throughout, and did not take their eyes off the intruder for a moment. The intruder was a 40 year old Spaniard who is believed to have some sort of mental disorder. It’s understood that the zoo now plans to lodge an official complaint against him.

POLISARIO ARRESTS SUSPECTS OVER KIDNAP OF SPANISH AID WORKERS

THE news comes just days after the Spanish government announced it had received a video showing proof of life.

A group of people who were involved in the kidnapping of three aid workers in Algeria this October, two Spaniards and an Italian, have been arrested by the Polisario security agency. Khatri Addouh, head of the Polisario’s parliament, gave the news to journalists on Wednesday night and said the detainees belong to a previously unknown organi-

sation and that their nationalities are not yet known. He also indicated that they could have links to organised crime, but gave no further details. The three hostages, Ainoa Fernández and Enrique Gonyalons from Spain and the Italian Rossella Urru, were snatched from the refugee camps in Tindouf on the night of October 22. There was news earlier this week that the Spanish government has seen a video which shows proof of life for the hostages.

Pardon granted for Spain’s longest serving common prisoner RENFE train strike in

The outgoing Socialist government held its last Cabinet meeting on Friday and one of the matters on the agenda is the pardon application from Spain’s longestserving common prisoner, Miguel Montes Neiro. The cabinet decided to grant the

Spain over Christmas

THE main discruption will be on December 30

Rail union CGT has called strike action in Renfe Spanish Railways over the Christmas break. It will be 24 hours on Friday 30, and in addition personnel who sell tickets and work giving information to the public at the stations will also take Christmas Day and New Year’s Day from 5am to 00.45am. CGT says that with these

measures they want to show their rejection of the ‘segregation of the workers and the privatisations in the public railway service’. Union General Secretary, José Manuel Muñoz, said that one key demand is for Renfe to sign an agreement with the Catalan Government which would guarantee that RENFE will continue to be the local Cercanías line operator in the region.


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Elizabeth Tayor’s Immigrants march in jewellery links to three Spanish cities King Felipe II of Spain Migrants Day saw hundreds on the streets in demonstration.

The necklace has just fetched 11.8 million dollars.

Elizabeth Taylor’s jewellery was recently auctioned by Christie’s of New York, setting new world auction records with all the pieces on sale going for far in excess of their estimated value. One of the highlights was a pearl, diamond and ruby necklace designed by Cartier as a setting for ‘La Peregrina’, one of the most famous pearls in the world, which Richard Burton bought for Elizabeth Taylor for the sum of 37,000 dollars in 1969. The necklace sold for 11.8 million dollars. La Peregrina weighs the equivalent of 50 carats and is one of the largest natural pearls in the world. It was first discovered in the Gulf of Panama in the mid-1500s by a slave who was given his freedom in return. It then began its journey across the world, giving it its name of ‘The Pilgrim’ or ‘The Wanderer’. The pear-shaped pearl first went to King Felipe II of Spain, who gave it as a gift to his wife, the Tudor queen, Mary I of England. Mary is seen wearing the pearl as a pendant in her portrait by the Dutch artist Hans Eworth which hangs in the National Portrait Gallery. After her

death, it returned to Spain and remained in the hands of the Spanish crown for more than 200 years. The pearl was worn by a number of Spanish queen consorts over the years, including Margarita de Austria, wife to Felipe III, Isabel de Borbón, who married his son Felipe IV, and María Luisa de Orleans, queen consort to Carlos II of Spain. Portraits of royal figures wearing the pearl were painted by Velázquez and other noted artists, and there is also one of Felipe III wearing it as an ornament in his hat. The jewel remained in Spain until the early 19th Century when José I of Spain, the brother of Napoleon Bonaparte who governed Spain during the French occupation, sacked the Spanish crown’s jewels from the Palacio de Madrid on taking over the throne in 1808 and had them sent to his consort, Julia Clary, in Paris. When Joseph Bonaparte fled Spain in 1814, he took the famous pearl with him to the United States, but brought it back to Europe when he returned. It was still amongst his possessions when he died in 1844. La Peregrina went to

Joseph’s nephew, Charles Louis Bonaparte, the future Napoleon III, who in financial straits during his exile in England, sold the pearl to Lord James Hamilton, the 2nd Marquis of Abercorn, shortly before he was created a duke. Hamilton had the pearl set on a necklace and gave it to his wife. Despite being temporarily lost from its setting on two occasions, once in a sofa in Windsor Castle, the pearl remained in the hands of the Hamiltons until 1914 when it was sold to a London jeweller. The firm offered the piece to Alfonso XIII of Spain who, unable to make such a heavy investment, declined the offer and La Peregrina was sold at auction to an American multi-millionaire in 1914. It crossed the Atlantic yet again. Described by Elizabeth Taylor as, ‘the most perfect pearl in the world’, the jewel eventually became the actress’s property when Richard Burton bought it for her as a gift during their first marriage, outbidding a member of the Spanish royal family, Alfonso de Borbón y Dampierre, in the 1969 auction.

Hundreds of people marched in Barcelona, Valencia and Almería on Sunday 18 December in defence of immigrants on what was Migrants Day. The marches were organised by the 15-M indignant protestors and several other organisations, and saw some 150 attend in Barcelona and 200 in Valencia. Calls were made for the closure of the immigrant internments centres in Spain and

in Almería they accused for Foreigners Office of ‘massive refusals and of not renewing permissions’. The slogan which opened

Villagers voted to keep their houses blue after the Smurfs 3D film

now decided they want their houses to remain their current blue Smurf colour. The villagers were called out to vote on Sunday and the final result is Staying blue, 141, returning to white 33, and there were four null and six blank votes. The Town Hall

the demonstration in Barcelona said that ‘Immigrants are not merchandise to use and throw way’, while in Almería the main demand was to be treated with dignity by the Foreigners’ Office.

Júzcar votes to stay blue It’s now six months since the small village of Júzcar, in inland Málaga province, turned blue when it became the world’s first Smurf Village after it was chosen by Sony for the world premiere of the film The Smurfs 3D. An estimated 80,000 tourists have visited Júzcar since then, and the locals have

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Annual Tax with Michael Rhodes Legal Services

THIS week we are going to discuss a subject which many people have come to me about, the question of the annual tax on properties. This is not the annual council tax that everyone pays on their property generally about May to July, but a tax on the property paid by those people who are not deemed to be resident here. Before we get on to discussing the two ways that you are liable for the tax, perhaps we should firstly differentiate between two types of property. The first is Residential, and the second Touristic. With residential property, you cannot rent out on a weekly basis, only to family and friends and this is getting tighter enforced. It s no good saying that you are letting out each week to different “acquaintances”; the tax office may want to know who you are letting out each week to and their relationship to you. You may be asked to prove the closeness of the relationship. Long term rentals, of say six months are acceptable. On those complexes designated as “Touristic” you can let out weekly. But before you decide to do so, you must register with the Department of Tourism and pay the relevant fee. Many people just let out without getting the relevant consent and this also is illegal. If you are

going to let out on short time basis you must get permission beforehand. Turning to the question of the tax, there are two types of tax. If you are not letting out you will be liable to an imputed tax which is based on those properties which were assessed after 1993 of 1.1% of the rateable value “valor catastral”. If it was before that date it is 2% of the rateable value. You then pay 24% tax on the imputed value. So if the post 1994 value for rateable value was 80,000€ the imputed tax is calculated at 80,000 x 1.1% x 24% = 211.20. On the other hand, if the property is legally let out, there are two taxes to pay. For the period that the property is not let out you have to pay the imputed tax calculated as above. But for those weeks where the property is let out it is now possible to offset various expenses against the taxes. It will be necessary to make returns quarterly and pay tax if necessary. You can now offset the following against income received: Insurance Premium Local rates Rubbish Collection Electricity Water Community Fees Cleaning and Laundry Letting Commission Mortgage Payments (interest only) Your income should also be

declared in your home country, but it is in Spain where the primary liability to pay the tax arises. So if you are liable in the UK for 40% tax, you will declare the income and show that you have paid 24% tax in Spain. You will therefore be liable to tax in the UK of 16%. It is important to know the National Spanish Tax Authority (AgenciaTributaria) is reviewing the cases where the Non Tax Residents in Spain are not paying this IRNR. They are asking for the taxes due to be paid plus an interest for delay. We recommend you to pay your taxes and avoid any future unpleasant surprise from the Spanish Tax Authorities. Please contact our offices for further advice and please remember that EVERY PERSON, NON TAX RESIDENT WHO OWNS A HOUSE OR APARTMENT (OR A SHARE OF ONE IN SPAIN) must pay Non Resident Income Tax. Don’t wait for the Taxman to knock on your door with a penalty proceeding against you. Michael Rhodes has been practising in Tenerife for 11 years and will be pleased to answer any questions you may have on property related matters or wills and probate, either through these pages or by personal consultation. He can be contacted on 922 796744 or by email at info@tenerifelawyer.com

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Ten million Spaniards live on less than 500€ a month

SOME ten million people in Spain (22.5% of the population) are living in a situation of ‘relative poverty’, with an income of less than 500 euros a month, and two million of these people are experiencing ‘severe poverty’, with income belowe 300 euros a month. ‘Relative poverty’ is defined as having an income which is 60% less than the average income in a country, and ‘severe’ when it is below 25% of the average income, according to the president of the European Network of the Fight against Poverty and Social Exclusion in Spain

(EAPN-ES), Carlos Susías. The situation we face going into 2012 is “tremendous” warned Susías, who has called on local, regional and national authorities to invest and not just make cuts. The president of EAPNES has also warned of the difficult situation being

faced by charitable and social organisations who work with Spain’s most vulnerable people. Social organisations have “serious problems” he said, because they have been receiving fewer and fewer resources over the last three years and their “any reserves they had have been eaten away”. Susías says that rather than people who can’t make it to the end of the month, “we’re talking about lots of people who can’t make it to the end of the day”.

Business Briefs

The average cost per worker in Spain has increased to 2,456 €, 1.5% more than last year. Payments to Social Security are up 1% and amount to 573.60 € on a wage of 1,800 €. More than half of Spaniards consider immigrants to be a burden on the country. 55% think their presence means a problem for social services and has caused lower wages. The number comes from a survey, ‘Transatlantic Trends: immigration’ carried out by the German Marshall Foundation with collaboration of the Spanish BBVA Foundation. 65% criticised the immigration policy of the Socialist government. The debt of the regional governments in Spain has increased by 22% in a year, and public debt is up 14.89% to reach 66% of GDP. The number is 6 points higher than the 60% of GDP limit established in the European Union Growth and Stability Pact. Only local Town Halls have been able to actually reduce their debts this year in Spain. Rail union CGT has called strike action in Renfe Spanish Railways over the Christmas break. It will be 24 hours on Friday 30, and in addition personnel who sell tickets and work giving information to the public at the stations will also take Christmas Day and New Year’s Day from 5am to 00.45am. CGT says that with these measures they want to show their rejection of the ‘segregation of the workers and the privatisations in the public railway service’.

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A merger has been approved between broadcasters Antena 3 and La Sexta. For the merger to proceed, it only needs approval from the National Competition Commission. Plans are for La Sexta to maintain its image although now without football, and La Sexta 2 will see programme changes and La Sexta 3 will be strengthened. It’s likely that Formula One will end up on Antena 3. Small shopkeepers in Spain are fighting to survive as the crisis continues. Sales have fallen 5.4% in the first ten months of this year compared to last, and October alone saw a 6.9% fall. The owners are also suffering delays in payments. House prices are set to continue falling in Spain for the next three years, according to Ernst & Young. They considers that property remains over-valued. Bankinter has meanwhile forecast that prices will fall between another 5% and 6%. The excess offer of property for sale is not being reduced because of the lack of credit and the high unemployment levels. Only property being sold with a 15% to 25% discount is currently selling. Chairman of Santander, Emilio Botín, has said that he does not like the idea, put forward by Mariano Rajoy, for the creation of a ‘bad bank’. He has said that it will end up costing the tax payer money and bringing together all the toxic assets is ‘not the solution’ to the problem. Botín said what Rajoy really has to do is bring in a very demanding labour reform because that will help to create employment. The President of the European Council, Herman Van Rompuy has announced another EU summit to be held at the end of January, and the United Kingdom has been invited. He has accepted a request from France and Germany that the European leaders meet to discuss unemployment and economic growth. The two largest Caja Rurales savings banks in the country have announced their merger to create a bank with assets of more than 38 billion €. Cajamar which is based in Almería and Ruralcaja from Valencia have approved plans for a merger, and will be known as ‘Cajas Rurales Unidas’. The new bank will have nearly a million members and 3.3 million clients. The National Statistics Institute has said that house prices are still falling and fell by 7.4% in the third quarter. It’s the largest fall since the second quarter in 2009, and is the 14th consecutive quarter to see a price fall. So far this year house prices have fallen by 7.3%. Falls were seen in all regions and were more pronounced in resale properties. Data for October shows that the use of the plane fell by 6.3% while 1.3% more used the AVE high speed train network compared to the same month a year ago. Public transport use in general was down 0.4% on last year.


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COMMUNITY MATTERS

Christmas Community does matter Written by Ken Cumming isn’t Christmas Pastor of Callao Salvaje Community Church

It’s almost Christmas

Are you ready? Presents bought, wrapped and labelled? Food and drink all purchased? Kids been to see Santa? Trees and decorations up? Cards and letters sent? Already spent too much? Or are you a “bah humbug” Scrooge type, who would prefer to miss out the festive season altogether? Whatever your thoughts about Christmas please take time to think about this. You can’t really have a birthday celebration without the guest of honour. Last week we looked at Advent and looking forward to the birth of Jesus and, of course, it is his birthday we are celebrating. What has the baby Jesus got to do with our holiday celebrations? First of all, the season has been called Christ-mas so it’s about the birth of Jesus Christ. Secondly it is sometimes called Xmas; x is often used to express the unknown, although more recently (as in the X-factor) it has been used to celebrate people with special qualities. Thirdly, it now is often just called “Winter Holiday”, but even the word “holiday” comes from “holy day” which takes us round in a circle back to God! Last year the children were singing this song which sums up that thought:

Christmas isn’t Christmas ‘til it happens in your heart Somewhere deep inside you is where Christmas really starts So give your heart to Jesus; you’ll discover when you do That it’s Christmas, really Christmas for you! Jesus brings warmth like a winter fire, a light like a candle’s glow He’s waiting now to come inside, as He did so long ago Jesus brings gifts of truth and life and makes them bloom and grow So welcome Him with a song of joy, and when He comes you’ll know…. That Christmas isn’t Christmas ‘til it happens in your heart Somewhere deep inside you is where Christmas really starts So give your heart to Jesus; you’ll discover when you do That it’s Christmas, really Christmas Christmas, really Christmas Christmas, really Christmas for you

We wish you a happy, peaceful and blessed Christmas Luke Chapter 1 verses 30 - 33 (NIV)

30 But the angel said to her, “Do not be afraid, Mary, you have found favour with God. 31You will be with child and give birth to a son, and you are to give him the name Jesus. 32He will be great and will be called the Son of the Most High. The Lord God will give him the throne of his father David, 33 and he will reign over the house of Jacob forever; his kingdom will never end.”

Some of the Local Church Christmas Day Services Las Americas Los Cristianos Los Cristianos Costa del Silencio Callao Salvaje Valle San Lorenzo

Anglican Church South Tenerife Christian Fellowship International Church Silencio Church Community Church Calvary Assembly

Pueblo Canario Apolo Centre Princesa Dácil Hotel Coral Mar Square Sueño Azul Bi Lingual

10.15am 11am 11am 11am 11am 11am

Some Other Church activities

During this week most of the additional activities are cancelled SHE Europe

(Confidential HELPLINE for women in crisis)

Also if visiting the North of the Island Puerto del la Cruz Anglican Church Puerto del la Cruz North Tenerife Christian Fellowship, next to Post Office More details on all the above can be found on the following websites www.christiansintenerife.co.uk covering most of the churches www.silenciochurch.org 922 78 40 17 / 609 565 528 www.tenerifechurch.com 922 74 20 45 / 679 660 277 www.callaosalvajecommunitychurch.com 922 78 48 77 / 654 932 541 www.stcf.org 922 79 00 07 / 660 183 760 www.caictenerife.com 922 73 16 91 / 628 107 316 www.ntcf.org 922 35 10 11 / 677 349 088

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End of year review. 2011 another year over: For some it has been a great year, I can think of friends who got married, who had babies, who started new jobs and businesses, on the other hand more friends have lost jobs, friends and family members and others with broken relationships. Dreams and promises sometimes to self and sometimes to others fulfilled or shattered. When we look back (and it’s amazing how hindsight can be 20/20 vision) we can choose to learn by our experiences, we can build on the good and we can decide not to repeat the mistakes. That all sounds a good idea but how often do we find ourselves failing to manage what we want to do by ourselves. Sometimes we can manage on our own, other times we need help or support from friends, family, specialist organisations or community and neighbours. When all of the above fail then so often people turn to prayer as a last result. From my experience when people turn to God earlier in a situation, they can often look back in review and see where God stepped in.

New Beginnings - Let’s Start Again

Footprints in the Sand One night I dreamed I was walking along the beach with the Lord. Many scenes from my life flashed across the sky. In each scene I noticed footprints in the sand. Sometimes there were two sets of footprints, other times there was one only. This bothered me because I noticed that during the low periods of my life, when I was suffering from anguish, sorrow or defeat, I could see only one set of footprints, so I said to the Lord, “You promised me Lord, that if I followed you, you would walk with me always. But I have noticed that during the most trying periods of my life there has only been one set of footprints in the sand. Why, when I needed you most, have you not been there for me?” The Lord replied, “The years when you have seen only one set of footprints, my child, is when I carried you.” Mary Stevenson, 1936

It’s a new year so let’s wipe the slate clean and start again. Did you make any new year resolutions? Are you still keeping them or have they been broken already? We’ll look at that in a future edition. Just let me wish you a HAPPY NEW YEAR and may you experience God’ love in your life this new year.

Kings Day I always feel sorry for children who have a birthday on or very close to Christmas Day, do they get one or two presents? Well with

British and Spanish culture overlapping in some areas it has now created two days to receive presents. Some Spanish children now look forward to receiving gifts on Christmas day as well as Kings Day and British children don’t want to miss out on King’s Day. Why not join in the excitement of the processions in Los Cristianos or Adeje on the evening of the 5th? While the day is full of joy, let’s not forget the origin which is taken from the Bible record of the wise men who came from the east to present their gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh to the child Jesus whose birth we remember on Christmas Day.

New Year’s Day Services Las Americas Los Cristianos Los Cristianos Costa del Silencio Callao Salvaje Valle San Lorenzo

Anglican Church South Tenerife Christian Fellowship International Church Silencio Church Community Church Calvary Assembl

Pueblo Canario Apolo Centre Princesa Dácil Hotel Coral Mar Square Sueño Azul Bi Lingual

10.15am 11am 11am 11am 11am 11am

Week commencing 8th January 2012 Some of the Local Church Sunday Services Las Americas Anglican Church Pueblo Canario Los Cristianos South Tenerife Christian Fellowship Apolo Centre Los Cristianos International Church Princesa Dácil Hotel Costa del Silencio Silencio Church Coral Mar Square Callao Salvaje Community Church Sueño Azul Valle San Lorenzo Calvary Assembly Bi Lingual

10.15am 11am & 6pm 11am 1am & 6.30pm 11am 11am

Some Other Church activities Songs of Praise Every Tuesday evening in the Scandinavian Church at Puerto Colon (First Floor Overlooking the marina) Starting again on Tuesday 10th Jan at

7.30pm

Tuesday Little Angels Tuesday Play Zone Wednesday Stay n Play Friday Stay n Play

10.30am 11.00am 11.00am 11.00am

Mums & Tots Mums & Tots Mums & Tots Mums & Tots

Silencio Church STCF Callao Salvaje Callao Salvaje

The Living Room (Christian drop-in centre) Veronicas Las Americas (above Burger King) Starting again on Tuesday 10th Jan (Tue – Fri Saturday Market

Free Literature stall at the Las Américas market.

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10 types of men to avoid this festive season HEALTH, BEAUTY & FASHION

The party season is a great opportunity to meet new people if you’re looking for love – but how can you ensure you end up under the mistletoe with Mr Right? That depends on whether you manage to spot - and avoid - Mr Wrong. Thankfully, the dating and relationship experts these days have some good advice on the 10 types of men to avoid... easy to spot - in fact, you’re likely to hear 1. Scrooge him (he’s the one talking loudly over people) before you even enter the room.

Very few of us have cash to splash these days, but if he’s tight with his money - and yet accepts drinks from others - you could have a Scrooge on your hands. It’s not just about getting a round in though. Someone who is tight with their cash may also be mean with their time and affection. How to deal with him: “He may be nice, even Mr Perfect, but if he’s a Scrooge you’ll have a hard task ahead. If you like him, tease or shame him into paying his way - but don’t ridicule or humiliate him if you fancy him,” warns Corinne. “Try being direct and say ‘I’d like a G & T please’ with a smile. He may just be shy.”

2. The kitchen dweller

We might gravitate to the kitchen at parties - after all, that’s where the drinks and nibbles are - but hang about there too much, and you’re likely to come across the kitchen dweller. Hovering nervously, he’s not one for parties, and would rather be at home reading a book. Unless shy and/or anti-social men are your type, get back out there and mingle!

How to deal with him: “Don’t talk to him, or if he makes a beeline for you, listen for a minute, and then say ‘Oh, I must go and catch Davina over there...’ and beetle off,” suggests Corinne. “If he’s your boss, listen politely for five minutes, and tell him he is a terrific employer (he’ll love the ego stroking), and then make a plausible excuse and move on.”

4. Mr. Damaged Goods

6. The fighter

There’s one at every party - the man (or woman) who likes to be controversial, especially after a few drinks. Every conversation is an opportunity for contention and they’ll argue ‘black is white and white is black,’ if it gets a reaction. A bit of banter has a tendency to turn tiresome with the fighter - so keep your cool and walk away before he ruins your night.

he refuses drinks and is so uptight it makes you feel uncomfortable, move on as quickly as you politely can. How to deal with him: “Don’t bother arguing for a more hedonistic lifestyle - this man’s values are likely to be so far removed from yours that there’s no way to create any compatibility,” says Susan. “Instead help him relax by getting him talking about what he does enjoy. Carry on eating, drinking and making merry - he’ll soon slope off and find someone more abstemious.”

9. Mr. Know-it-all

How to deal with him: “Don’t let him sucker you into a debate,” warns James. “Whatever he says, just keep smiling. Your happy attitude will throw him off guard and he won’t know what to do.”

7. Mr. Needy We all have baggage but Mr Damaged Goods refuses to go anywhere without his - and that includes parties. He lives in the past, and the festive season is a particularly bad time of year from him. At first glance, he might seem the brooding, ‘strong but silent’ type but give him a few drinks and it all comes pouring out. How to deal with him: “It’s very tempting to fall back on good old ‘active listening’ - but he’ll simply selfindulge if you give him that much space,” says Susan. “If you can’t escape, try relentless optimism, parrying every sign of angst with jollity and encouragement. He’ll either get the message and change the subject or start avoiding you because you aren’t sympathetic enough.”

5. The Misogynist

How to deal with him: “If you get stuck then introduce him to the next person who walks in the room,” suggests James. “That way you can walk off and leave them to it.”

There’s something appealing about a ‘lost cause’ for some women. Perhaps because it brings out our mothering instincts and we can be the strong one for once. If that sounds like you, make a resolution to leave the bleeding hearts for someone else to mop up this year. Be brave, and find someone who wants you for you - and doesn’t just need a prop. How to deal with him: “Resist the big brown eyes (if you can) and ask yourself - have I fallen for this before? If you know you have a soft spot for social work cases, take a sip of your drink and move on. Look for someone with a sparkle, or even risk being alone for a while, rather than getting sucked into a black hole of ‘you don’t know how hard it is for me,’” adds Corinne.

Plenty of men enjoy giving others the benefit of their knowledge and experience - but some don’t know when to stop. While Mr Know-it-all may have the best of intentions, his uncanny ability to have been there, done that and know more than everyone else on just about every subject is irritating to say the least. How to deal with him: “Cut in with a simple phrases like, ‘You obviously know so much about that - but my experience is....’ Say it assertively so he doesn’t interrupt you,” advises Dr Pam. “As he’s keen to show you how much he knows by all means take advantage and invite him to sort out the squeaking noise in your car engine or research that new laptop you need.”

10. Mr. ‘fancy coming back to my place?’

8. Mr. Self-Righteous

3. The party show off It’s New Year’s Eve and ‘Mr Come Back to Mine’ has tried to snog you three times already - and it’s not even 10pm. If he tries to get you under the mistletoe after just one drink, or tries to get into your taxi without asking at the end of the night, tell him where to go. Don’t feel you need to be polite - be firm or you might wake up very regretful.

Christmas is a time for goodwill to all men - but that doesn’t include women as far as Mr Misogynist is concerned. Stung one too many times, he’s convinced that every woman will let him down in the end, no matter how sincere they first appear. As great as he might be otherwise, this man’s negativity is poison. Avoid, avoid, avoid. The ‘party show off’ has no problem with being the centre of attention and is never short of conversation - as long as it’s all about him, of course. Thankfully, the party show off is

How to deal with him: “Definitely give as good as you get if you’re stuck talking to him and can’t get away,” says Dr Pam. “Dismiss what he has to say and be strongly opinionated about what you want to talk about.”

Christmas is a time to be merry and if he can’t relax and enjoy himself over the festive season you have to wonder when he does, and more importantly, if he even can. Lots of teetotal people are fun to be around - but if

How to deal with him: “If he gets too friendly, then forcefully remove his hands and make it clear you aren’t interested. He’ll soon get the message and move on.”


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Beauty tricks to hide Christmas weight gain 4.

With the festive season in full swing, piling on the pounds is inevitable, our experts show you how to still look glam at your next December soiree even if you dress is feeling a little snug and your face is looking a little bloated from ‘A straight too many Christmas tipples.

1.

‘Add volume to your hair around the crown area by teasing the roots and spraying with hairspray. This extra height will give you the illusion of a longer and more narrow face,’ says hairstylist André Rodman. Jennifer Morrison’s volume-boosting braid is a great example.

2.

’Stick to neutral tones of blush. No s t r o n g pinks! Instead of swirling blush on the apples of your cheeks, do the entire cheekbone,

blended softly into the hairline. This will emphasise your bone structure,’ advises make-up artist Sandy Linter. Round circles of pink blush could pronounce rounded features, while a more blended application like Taylor Swift’s blush effect, creates more depth. Also, apply a light dusting of powder to cut down on shine and avoid using shimmer on the face. The more light that is reflected from your skin, the bigger your face will appear.

3.

‘Get a haircut with a long side swept fringe and jagged pieces around the cheekbones,’ suggests Rodman. A fringe that cut across your face diagonally, like Jayma Mays’ hairstyle, will reduce the appearance of a full face while long cheek-level pieces can break up the span of wide cheeks.

hairstyle will flatter your face without adding unnecessary volume at cheekbone areas,’ says Rodman. Just like clothing, the sleeker and more streamlined the style, the more slimming the end result. You can’t beat Jennifer’s blowdry.

5.

‘Learn how to contour u n d e r neath your c h e e k bones using a deep taupe coloured shading powder,’ suggests Linter. First sweep translucent powder all over your face - then blend the contour powder right under your cheekbones similar to Reese Witherspoon’s look. This creates the appearance of a shadow cast by your cheekbones, making them look more defined. Also, sweep a little contour powder under your chin to reduce the appearance of a double chin.

A Christmas Glitter not for you? Try the Miracle Jewel Coloured Party Dress

When getting dressed up for that company party, New Years Eve or cocktail party the classic choice is the little black dress.

However, if making a statem e n t a n d really standing out is on your agenda, it’s good to look for the hot trend of the moment and make it your

Jaeger’s fold-front dress

own.

This holiday season the timeless LBD is being left in the closet by the fashionably minded for something a little brighter. One of the best choices of the trend this winter is jewel toned dresses. Fashion editors and Hollywood stars alike are looking to gem stones as their inspiration for their go to party dress this year. Red is a gor- Karen Millen geous colour that always stands out and looks beautiful. A deep sapphire blue is flattering on eve-

ryone and a super hot choice for winter. Purple looks great on blondes and brunettes but if you have red hair, opt for the darker colour purple and choose carefully, or better still go for emerald green. Yellow is a bright and happy colour but don’t mistake it for suiting a blonde it looks far better on brunette’s. The key to this trend is to look for fabrics with that jewel tone shine or sparkle.

Vivienne Westwood’s - Anglomania Metallic Rust Fulfillment

A Cancer patient who had both her ovaries removed has become the first in the world to become pregnant.

The 31-year-old woman had a tumour on each ovary, but surgeons at Barcelona’s Sant Joan de Déu hospital managed to rescue a tiny piece of one of the ovaries which was still healthy, and freeze it. They say frozen ovarian tissue belonging to 173 girls and women between the ages of six and 38 suffering from breast cancer, bone cancer, leukaemia and Hodgkin’s lymphoma is currently preserved at the hospital to allow the patients to have children if they wish when they are cured. Although many cancer patients who have just one badly-damaged ovary left after surgery, radiotherapy and chemotherapy do manage to conceive a child, the woman in question is unique insofar as her pregnancy has been made possible by reimplanting a small section of ovarian tissue, rather than a complete organ, combined with growth factors extracted from her blood to enable it to function and produce eggs. She is said to be the first in the world to have conceived under these conditions.


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Subtitled The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe, this year’s seasonal special owes more than a little to CS Lewis’s Narnia-based masterpiece. When the Doctor crash-lands in wartime Britain, and learns that Madge Arwell (Outnumbered’s Claire Skinner) is having a tough time since being evacuated from Blitz-hit London, he vows to help her children Lily and Cyril to have, in Doctor Who-speak, the ‘Best. Christmas. Ever!’ But as soon as pyjama-clad Cyril (Maurice Cole) crawls through a giant Christmas present and enters a strange, snowy forest, it’s clear that there’s something far more monstrous on the Doctor’s plate than a slice of figgy pudding. Another mesmerising, magical story to transfix the entire family...

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One of the most anticipated shows of the festive schedule, this special episode of Downton Abbey has the drama we have come to expect, plus all the trappings of a traditional Christmas in the country. It’s December 1919, and Lord Grantham is leading the celebrations as his family and their servants prepare for the Roaring Twenties. We witness the Crawley clan opening presents, tucking into the dinner that Mrs Patmore has lovingly prepared, on the Boxing Day hunt and at the servants ball - where pouting Thomas dances with the Dowager Countess (Maggie Smith)! But amid the joy, Mr Bates is in the dock for his ex-wife’s murder and there’s the denouement of the Matthew-Mary-Sir Richard Carlisle love triangle. A festive treat...

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Our pick of the Festive Season

The Jonathan Ross Show Christmas Special ITV1, 9pm, Friday, December 23 Guests include Tom Cruise, the lads from The Inbetweeners and Downton Abbey actresses Jessica Brown Finlay, Laura Carmichael and Michelle Dockery. Text Santa ITV1, 7.30pm Christmas Eve Lapland BBC1 10pm Christmas Eve Piers Morgan’s Life Stories ITV1, 10pm Christmas Eve Strictly Come Dancing BBC1, 8pm Christmas Day Alan Carr’s Chatty Man Channel 4, 9pm Christmas Day Festive edition of the chat show, with guests David Walliams, Jedward & Steps. Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow BBC1, 10.30pm Christmas Day Christmas edition of the standup show, with guests Jack Dee, Miranda Hart, James Corden, Rhod Gilbert, David Mitchell, Rob Brydon & Kylie Minogue. The Royal Bodyguard BBC1 Boxing Day 9:50pm Great Expectations BBC1 9pm Tues 27th Dec

Notting Hill ITV1 - Thurs 29th Dec, 10:15pm

Confessions of a Shopaholic BBC2 - Thurs 29th Dec, 6:20pm

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe - BBC - Christmas Eve, 5:50pm

Kung FU Panda BB1 - Christmas Day, 12.35pm

Happy Feet ITV1 - Christmas Day, 3.10pm

Shrek 2 BBC 1 - Boxing Day, 4pm

Gladiator ITV1 - Boxing Day, 11:15pm

Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ITV1 - Boxing Day, 3:30pm

ET: The Extra-Terrestrial ITV1 - Christmas Eve, 3:35pm

King Kong ITV1 -Tues 27th Dec ,10:30pm


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6:00am 6:25am

4:00pm 5:00pm 5:30pm 6:00pm

. 9:00pm

1:35am 3:30am 5:05am 5:30am

The Zone The Fog ITV Nightscreen ITV Morning News

Thomas and Friends The Wotwots! City of Friends Elmo’s World Peppa Pig Castle Farm Little Princess The Mr. Men Show Thomas and Friends Noddy in Toyland Fifi and the Flowertots Peppa Pig Peppa Pig Roary the Racing Car Bananas in Pyjamas Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom

12:10am The Inbetweeners 12:45am The Inbetweeners 1:20am The Inbetweeners 1:45am The Inbetweeners 2:15am The Inbetweeners 2:40am The Inbetweeners 3:10am Random Acts 3:15am Happy Endings 3:40am Happy Endings 4:00am Mesh 4:05am St. Elsewhere 4:55am Brothers and Sisters 5:45am Hoot

Bert and Ernie’s Great Adventures 9:15am The Mr. Men Show 9:25am Hana’s Helpline 9:40am Mist: Sheepdog Tales 9:50am Disney’s 12 Days of Christmas 10:00am ThunderCats 10:35am Meerkat Manor 11:05am World’s Strongest Man 2011 12:05pm Ice Road Truckers 1:05pm 5 News Lunchtime 1:10pm Animal Rescue Squad 1:30pm Eloise at Christmastime 3:15pm I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus 5:00pm 5 News at 5 5:30pm Top 20 Soap Moments 6:00pm Eddie Stobart: Trucks and Trailers Documentary series lifting the lid on the fascinating world of the legendary Eddie Stobart haulage company 6:55pm The Whalers Animated fun. While Captain Mickey struggles to empty a pail of water, Donald gets his head stuck 7:00pm World’s Strongest Man 2011 8:00pm Ice Road Truckers: Deadliest Roads Documentary series. As their Indian adventures come to a close 9:00pm Morecambe and Wise Christmas Special Magic from one of television’s best-loved double-acts, still hilarious after all these years. 10:05pm The Tommy Cooper Hour Classic comedy with Tommy Cooper. 11:10pm Up the Chastity Belt Saucy comedy vehicle for Frankie Howerd in which the noble Lurkalot joins the Crusades

EVENING

12:15am The Rob Brydon Show 12:45am Merry Christmas 2:30am BBC News 3:25am Pages from Ceefax

The Jonathan Ross Show Jonathan Ross presents an extra-large Christmas spectacular with guest Tom Cruise 10:15pm ITV News at Ten and Weather The latest headlines from around the world. Followed by a national weather forecast 10:50pm Eyes Wide Shut The final film from Stanley Kubrick tells the story of Bill Harford

EVENING

10:00pm QI VG Part 2. More of the best bits from the I series of QI. 10:30pm Tamara Drewe Comedy drama based on a graphic novel by Posy Simmonds.

EVENING

EVENING

10:00pm BBC News at Ten The latest national and international news, with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide. 10:25pm BBC London News The latest news, sport and weather from London. 10:35pm The Graham Norton Show The award-winning host continues his unique talk show. 11:35pm The National Lottery OJ Borg and Myleene Klass present a special programme featuring EuroMillions 11:50pm The Impressions Show More amazing impressions as Jon Culshaw and Debra Stephenson present their unique take on the world 12:20am EastEnders Omnibus 2:20am Weatherview 2:25am Lorraine’s Last Minute Christmas 3:25am BBC News

Deal or No Deal Coach Trip Come Dine with Me The Simpsons Animated comedy series following the hilarious adventures of a working class, semi-dysfunctional family 6:30pm Hollyoaks Events reach a dramatic climax on Christmas Eve 7:00pm Channel 4 News Includes sport and weather. 7:40pm 4thought.tv Christmas is one of the most important dates in the Christian calendar but what does it mean to non-christians? 7:45pm Gordon’s Christmas Cookalong Ahead of his Christmas Day Cookalong Live, Gordon shows viewers where to buy the best turkey 8:00pm Come Dine with Me Four comedians do culinary battle in a bid to win £1000 for charity. 9:00pm 8 Out of 10 Cats Stand up comic and presenter Jimmy Carr hosts a cracking Christmas special 10:00pm Home for the Holidays 11:10pm The Inbetweeners Top Ten Moments This one-hour special counts down the top ten moments taken from all three series

PRIMETIME

Raymond Blanc’s Christmas Feast From his Oxfordshire kitchen, Raymond Blanc prepares his recipes for the biggest meal of the year. 9:00pm The Many Lovers of Miss Jane Austen As a historian and unashamed fan, Professor Amanda Vickery is fascinated by Jane Austen

PRIMETIME

8:00pm

PRIMETIME

PRIMETIME

Have I Got News for You Christmas Special Popular news quiz with team captains Paul Merton and Ian Hislop, guest host Martin Clunes 9:30pm Miranda It is Christmas and Miranda, for once, would like a relaxing and fun time without her parents.

7:45am Perfect Couples 8:10am Everybody Loves Raymond 8:35am Everybody Loves Raymond 9:05am Frasier 9:40am Frasier 10:10am The Big Bang Theory 10:40am The Big Bang Theory 11:10am The Simpsons 11:40am The Simpsons 12:10pm 3 Men and a Baby 2:05pm Hocus Pocus

6:00am 6:10am 6:20am 6:30am 6:50am 6:55am 7:00am 7:10am 7:25am 7:45am 8:00am 8:15am 8:20am 8:30am 8:40am 8:55am

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6:00am Teleshopping 9:00am Magma: Volcanic Disaster 11:00am Star Trek: The Next Generation 12:00pm Mission: Impossible: 1:00pm Kung Fu: 2:00pm Walker, Texas Ranger 3:00pm The Sentinel 4:00pm Mission: Impossible: 5:00pm Star Trek: The Next Generation 6:00pm The District 7:00pm Walker, Texas Ranger 8:00pm Star Trek: The Next Generation 9:00pm NCIS 10:00pm Walker, Texas Ranger 11:00pm Kung Fu: The Legend Continues 12:00am NCIS 1:00am Puerto Vallarta Squeeze 3:10am A Killer Within 4:55am F/X

9:10am

7:30pm 9:00pm

Coronation Street Katy saves the day at the nativity play but will she be left holding the baby? 8:00pm The Lakes at Christmas In the second of two Christmas specials, the show catches up with micropig breeder Rob Rose 8:30pm Coronation Street It is a race against time for Katy and Chesney. Tracy’s lie spirals out of control

Brothers and Sisters The Treacle People The Hoobs The Hoobs Freshly Squeezed

DAYTIME

5:00pm Best Dish: The Chefs 6:00pm London Tonight Charlene White presents a round-up of all the latest news in London and the South East 6:30pm ITV News and Weather The latest headlines from around the world. Followed by a national weather forecast. 7:00pm Emmerdale Charity is desperate to find a way to help Jai. Amy makes a big decision about Kyle.

DAYTIME

DAYTIME

DAYTIME

Mike the Knight Who Let the Dogs Out? 7:30am Sam and Mark’s Big Wind Up 8:00am Junior Bake Off 8:30am Deadly 60 8:55am What’s New Scooby-Doo? 9:20am Pinocchio 11:00am Lorraine’s Last Minute Christmas 12:00pm Restoration Home 1:00pm The Weakest Link 1:45pm To Buy or Not to Buy 2:30pm The Heroes of Telemark 4:35pm Coast 5:05pm Antiques Road Trip 5:50pm Celebrity Eggheads 6:20pm Nativity! A teacher is put in charge of his primary school’s musical version of the Nativity.

5:25am 6:15am 6:25am 6:50am 7:15am

MORNING

6:45am 7:00am

6:00am Daybreak 8:30am Lorraine 9:25am The Jeremy Kyle Show 10:30am This Morning 11:25am ITV News 11:30am This Morning 12:30pm Loose Women 1:30pm ITV News and Weather 2:00pm May the Best House Win 3:00pm Midsomer Murders

MORNING

Postman Pat Special Gigglebiz A Christmas Special

MORNING

MORNING

6:00am Breakfast 9:15am Rip Off Britain 10:00am Homes Under the Hammer 11:00am Real Rescues 11:30am Cash in the Attic 12:15pm Bargain Hunt 1:00pm BBC News at One 1:30pm BBC London News 1:40pm Only Fools and Horses 2:30pm Keeping Up Appearances 3:00pm Escape to the Country 3:45pm Hairy Bikers’ Best of British 4:30pm Flog It! 5:15pm Pointless 6:00pm BBC News at Six The latest national and international news stories from the BBC News team, followed by Weather. 6:30pm BBC London News The latest news, sport and weather from London. 7:00pm The One Show If it has Britain talking then it will be talked about on the One Show. 8:00pm EastEnders Just when Zainab thinks she is going to be reunited with her son, Yusef wickedly tells her otherwise 8:30pm The Two Ronnies Sketchbook Filmed before Ronnie Barker’s death in 2005, the Two Ronnies reunite

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1:00am 4:05am 4:30am 4:55am 5:10am 5:35am

Super Casino Motorsport Mundial Fifth Gear County Secrets House Doctor House Doctor

5:00am Teleshopping 8:00am Dallas 9:00am Dynasty 10:00am Dr. Quinn 11:00am JAG 12:00pm Boston Legal 1:00pm Dallas 2:00pm Dr. Quinn 3:00pm Touched by an Angel 4:00pm Judge Judy 5:00pm JAG 6:00pm Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman 7:00pm Touched by an Angel 8:00pm Boston Legal 9:00pm CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 10:00pm Bad Girls 11:00pm Dallas 12:00am CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 1:00am Bad Girls 2:00am Judge Judy 2:50am Falcon Crest 3:50am Melrose Place 5:00am Teleshopping

6:00am Teleshopping 9:00am The Zoo 9:30am Judge Judy 10:30am Crossing Over with John Edward 11:00am Missing Persons Unit 12:00pm The Doctors 1:00pm Judge Judy 3:00pm Missing Persons Unit 4:00pm The Extraordinary 5:00pm The Doctors 6:00pm Bondi Rescue 6:30pm 5 Terrifying Rescues 7:00pm Cops 7:30pm Cops 8:00pm 48 Hrs 9:00pm Jail 10:00pm Breaking News 10:30pm 5 Who Cheated Death 11:00pm Jerry Springer 12:40am Breaking News 1:10am 5 Who Cheated Death 1:40am Cops 2:10am Cops 2:40am Jail 3:35am Boy in a Bubble 4:25am America’s Dumbest Criminals 5:15am Beyond Chance


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SATURDAY 24th December Christmas Eve

Santa Claus

11:30am

Jamie’s Christmas with Bells On 4:00pm Deal or No Deal 5:00pm Come Dine with Me Extra Portions 5:30pm Come Dine with Me Extra Portions 6:00pm Come Dine with Me Extra Portions The battle of the sexes rages on in Wolverhampton 6:30pm Come Dine with Me Extra Portions It’s the final day of the competition in Wolverhampton 7:00pm Channel 4 News Includes sport and weather. 7:10pm 4thought.tv Christmas is one of the most important dates in the Christian calendar 7:15pm Hairspray Adam Shankman’s adaptation of the 2005 musical stars John Travolta, Queen Latifah and Nikki Blonsky

6:40am 6:50am 7:00am 8:05am 8:20am

Home for the Holidays Concluding the live entertainment event 10:55pm Bill Bailey: Dandelion Mind Captured in performance live, and featuring his trademark musical interludes, observations and stories

Rupert Bear Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom 9:25am The Mr. Men Show 9:40am Roary the Racing Car 10:00am Mist: Sheepdog Tales 10:15am Chef Donald 10:20am ThunderCats 10:55am Meerkat Manor 11:25am Ice Road Truckers: Deadliest Roads

1:30pm 1:35pm 3:25pm

Charley Boorman’s Extreme Frontiers Disney’s 12 Days of Christmas Mrs. Miracle Meet the Santas

9:20pm

5:45pm 6:00pm

ITV News and Weather You’ve Been Framed! Harry Hill presents a Christmas special featuring some of the best festive fare 6:30pm The Cube Phillip Schofield hosts a celebrity edition of the tense game show. 7:30pm Text Santa 10:00pm Piers Morgan’s Life Stories Piers Morgan joins Donny Osmond in Chicago for a special Life Stories interview.

5:05pm Scrooge

7:00pm 11:55pm Father Ted It’s a nightmare Christmas when Father Ted and Father Dougal get lost in a department store 1:05am Inputoutput 1:15am Comedy Lab 1:45am Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows T4 Movie Special 2:00am Cee Lo Takes the UK: Christmas with All the Goodies 2:10am Ashes of Time 3:45am Southland 4:30am World War II: The Last Heroes 5:25am Brothers and Sisters

EVENING

11:00pm ITV News and Weather The latest headlines from around the world. Followed by national and local weather forecasts. 11:15pm Carols From Bucklebury A traditional candle-lit carol service from rural Berkshire 12:15am Connie and Carla 2:10am Spartacus 5:20am ITV Nightscreen 5:55am ITV Morning News

Peppa Pig Fifi and the Flowertots Fireman Sam Harry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs Castle Farm Igam Ogam Thomas and Friends Little Princess The Adventures of Bottle Top Bill and His Best Friend Corky Angelina Ballerina

8:55am 9:05am

12:25pm

PRIMETIME

Coronation Street Omnibus 1:25pm ITV News and Weather 1:45pm The Polar Express 3:35pm E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial

2:55pm

6:00am 6:05am 6:15am 6:25am

8:40am

DAYTIME

9:25am

5:45am Hoot 7:15am Garfield 8:45am Olive the Other Reindeer 9:40am Prep and Landing 10:10am Charlotte’s Web 12:00pm The Muppet Christmas Carol 1:40pm Gordon’s Christmas Cookalong 1:50pm Jamie’s Christmas with Bells On

MORNING

8:15am

EVENING

1:25am 2:50am

Never Mind the Buzzcocks Holiday in Handcuffs Pages from Ceefax

7:50am

Handy Manny Tati’s Hotel Tati’s Hotel The Super Hero Squad Show The Cool Stuff Collective Tom and Jerry: The Magic Ring

PRIMETIME

EVENING

12:55am

6:50am 7:00am 7:15am 7:25am

DAYTIME

PRIMETIME

8:00pm Morecambe and Wise Choice moments and festive fun from a decade of Britain’s beloved comic duo 9:00pm The Many Faces of Les Dawson Les Dawson was one of Britain’s all time great comedy talents 10:00pm The Best of Les Dawson Classic clips from comedy performances and sketches by the late Les Dawson. 10:25pm Top of the Pops 2 Mark Radcliffe digs deep into the Top of the Pops archives to deliver 90 minutes of familiar tunes 11:55pm Blackadder Rides Again Documentary looking at the much-loved sitcom from its first transmission in 1983.

6:00am Signed Stories 6:10am Boblins 6:20am The Hive 6:30am The Hive 6:35am Handy Manny

MORNING

DAYTIME

11:15pm

12:55am At First Sight 2:55am Weatherview 3:00am BBC News

MORNING

8:15am Horrible Histories 8:50am Jump in! 10:10am Bicentennial Man 12:10pm Homeward Bound II: Lost in San Francisco

EVENING

The National Lottery Saturday Night Draws The National Lottery Saturday night draws presented by OJ Borg. Includes Thunderball and Lotto draws 11:25pm BBC News The latest national and international news from the BBC. 11:45pm Midnight Mass From St George’s Cathedral Southwark The first Mass of Christmas comes live from St George’s Roman Catholic Cathedral in Southwark

6:00am The Pingu Show 6:10am Timmy’s Christmas Surprise 6:35am Justin’s House 7:05am Little Howard’s Big Christmas Question 7:25am Bear Behaving Badly 7:50am The Story of Tracy Beaker 8:05am The League of Super Evil

1:35pm Pappano’s Essential Tosca 2:35pm Tosca from the Royal Opera House 4:45pm University Challenge 5:15pm Dad’s Army 5:45pm Carols from King’s 7:00pm The John Craven Years Celebrating 40 years of John Craven on the BBC. Generations have grown up with John Craven

PRIMETIME

8:00pm Merlin Fantasy drama series. Morgana and Helios have successfully captured Camelot 8:45pm EastEnders Masood and Zainab try to foil Yusef’s plan to go to Pakistan, but it seems he may have cottoned on 9:20pm Outnumbered Christmas edition of the family-based comedy. The Brockmans want to go away for Christmas 10:00pm Lapland Festive comedy drama. The Lewis family are determined to leave their troubles at home in Birkenhead

DAYTIME

3:05pm G-Force 4:30pm BBC News 4:40pm BBC London News 4:50pm Winter Wipeout 5:50pm The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe

MORNING

6:00am Breakfast 9:00am The Nativity 10:00am Saturday Kitchen 11:15am Nigel Slater’s Simple Christmas 12:15pm BBC News 12:25pm BBC London News 12:30pm Keeping Up Appearances 1:30pm The Santa Clause 2

Eddie Stobart: Christmas Delivery The observational documentary about the iconic Eddie Stobart trucking company 8:00pm The Gadget Show This week’s consumer technology show looks into the future of tech. 9:00pm Greatest Christmas TV Moments 12:00am Super Casino 4:00am The Great Artists 4:25am Divine Designs 4:50am Rough Guide to Beaches 5:00am Hana’s Helpline 5:10am The Milkshake! Show 5:35am Thomas and Friends 5:45am Roary the Racing Car

6:00am Teleshopping 9:00am Walker, Texas Ranger 10:00am Walker, Texas Ranger 11:00am Walker, Texas Ranger 12:00pm Walker, Texas Ranger 1:00pm Walker, Texas Ranger 2:00pm The Dirty Dozen: Next Mission 4:00pm The Sentinel 5:00pm The Sentinel 6:00pm The Dirty Dozen: Next Mission Action packed war-time adventure starring Lee Marvin. 8:00pm La Femme Nikita Action-packed drama 9:00pm NCIS 10:00pm NCIS 11:00pm NCIS 12:00am NCIS 1:00am NCIS 2:00am La Femme Nikita 3:00am La Femme Nikita 4:00am Storm

5:00am Teleshopping 8:00am Charmed 9:00am Charmed 10:00am Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman 11:00am Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman 12:00pm Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman 1:00pm Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman 2:00pm Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman 3:00pm A Diva’s Christmas Carol 5:00pm Once Upon a Christmas 7:00pm Twice Upon a Christmas 9:00pm Bad Girls 10:00pm Bad Girls 11:00pm Bad Girls 12:00am Bad Girls 2:00am Models, Inc. 3:00am Ed 4:00am Ed 5:00am Teleshopping

6:00am Teleshopping 9:00am Judge Judy 9:30am Judge Judy 10:00am Judge Judy 10:30am Judge Judy 11:00am Judge Judy 11:30am Judge Judy 3:00pm Bondi Rescue 3:30pm Bondi Rescue 4:00pm Bondi Rescue 4:30pm Bondi Rescue 5:00pm Cops 5:30pm Cops 6:00pm Cops 6:30pm Cops 7:00pm Unsolved Mysteries 8:00pm Unsolved Mysteries 9:00pm Unsolved Mysteries 1:00am Smash Cuts 1:30am Smash Cuts 2:00am Smash Cuts 2:30am Smash Cuts 3:00am Cops 3:25am Cops 3:50am Cops 4:15am Cops 4:40am Judge Judy 5:00am Judge Judy 5:20am Judge Judy 5:40am Judge Judy


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SUNDAY 25th December Christmas Day

The Simpsons The Simpsons James and the Giant Peach

Gordon’s Christmas Cookalong Live 2:00pm Ice Age: A Mammoth Christmas

7:45am 8:05am 8:10am 8:25am 8:45am 9:00am

10:30am 10:35am 10:55am 11:55am 12:55pm 1:55pm

PRIMETIME

The Snowman Celebrity Come Dine with Me 4:05pm Channel 4 News 4:15pm Alternative Christmas Message 4:20pm Deal or No Deal 5:20pm Big 7:15pm Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs Carlos Saldanha and Mike Thurmeier’s third helping of the family-friendly prehistoric animated adventure

6:35am 6:45am 6:55am

7:00am 7:25am 7:35am

DAYTIME

10:00am

6:00am 6:05am 6:15am

Peppa Pig Fifi and the Flowertots Fireman Sam Christmas Special Castle Farm Igam Ogam Roobarb and Custard Too

The Milkshake! Show Make Way for Noddy Bert and Ernie’s Great Adventures Little Princess Milkshake Monkey Angelina Ballerina Rupert Bear Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom Mist: The Tale of a Sheepdog Puppy

2:30pm 3:00pm

1:05pm

9:00pm Alan Carr: Chatty Man Settle in for a treat of festive frolics plus the odd song or two 10:00pm Rude Tube For the first time, Rude Tube is celebrating Christmas, and Alex Zane has a bulging sack 11:05pm So This is Christmas So This Is Christmas is a festive comedy offering brimming with the UK’s freshest comedians

8:00pm Coronation Street As the Street prepares for Christmas Day, tragedy hits and Becky is left fighting for her life.

12:05am

8 Out of 10 Cats

EVENING

EVENING

9:00pm Downton Abbey Christmas 1919. Downton Abbey is hosting a lavish Christmas party 11:05pm ITV News and Weather The latest headlines from around the world. Followed by national and local weather forecasts. 11:20pm Benidorm It is Christmas on the Costa Blanca and the Garveys are staying with Mel and Madge 12:35am The Comedy Annual 1:35am The Towering Inferno 4:20am Kojak 5:15am ITV Nightscreen 5:55am ITV Morning News

Brothers and Sisters The Ugly Duckling and Me

MORNING

ITV News and Weather 1:15pm Aladdin 3:00pm HM the Queen 3:10pm Happy Feet 5:10pm ITV News and Weather 5:30pm New You’ve Been Framed! 6:00pm Emmerdale Amy worries that she will not be a good enough mum to keep Kyle. 7:00pm All Star Family Fortunes Vernon Kay presents a festive episode of the celebrity game show.

7:40am 8:00am 8:30am

PRIMETIME

1:25am QI 1:55am Beyond a Reasonable Doubt 3:15am Pages from Ceefax

11:00am Miracle on 34th Street

5:25am 6:10am

DAYTIME

10:30pm James May’s Man Lab In this Christmas special, James and the team try to create their own Christmas miracle 11:30pm Victoria Wood with All the Trimmings Victoria Wood serves up a large helping of Christmas comedy, with an impressive list of celebrities 12:25am The Many Faces of Les Dawson

6:00am Signed Stories 6:10am Boblins 6:20am Boblins 6:35am Special Agent Oso 6:45am Special Agent Oso 6:55am Sooty 7:10am Olly the Little White Van 7:15am Annabel’s Kitchen 7:25am Monk 7:30am Horrid Henry 7:45am The Borrowers 9:25am March of the Penguins

MORNING

8:30pm Blackadder the Third Classic sitcom about Edmund Blackadder Esq, butler to the Prince Regent in the late 18th century. 9:00pm The Toys That Made Christmas Spirograph, Fuzzy Felt, Barbie, Meccano - Robert Webb tells the story of our Christmases

EVENING

EVENING

11:50pm Have I Got a Bit More News for You Christmas Special Extended version of the popular news quiz, with team captains Paul Merton and Ian Hislop 12:30am The Graham Norton Show 1:35am The Hot Chick 3:10am Weatherview 3:15am BBC News

PRIMETIME

Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow Michael McIntyre presents a special Christmas edition of his Comedy Roadshow 11:30pm BBC News The latest national and international news, with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide. 11:45pm On Christmas Night Actor Julian Rhind-Tutt reads the account of the birth of Jesus from the gospel of Luke

DAYTIME

10:30pm

What’s New Scooby-Doo? 8:40am Blue Peter 9:05am The Slammer 9:35am The Magic Roundabout 10:50am The Sword in the Stone 12:10pm Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland 2:10pm A Musical Nativity with John Rutter 3:10pm The Prince and the Composer: A Film About Hubert Parry by HRH the Prince of Wales 4:40pm Dad’s Army 5:10pm Porridge 5:50pm The Queen 6:00pm University Challenge A series of matches featuring teams of distinguished graduates from ten universities. 6:30pm Darcey Bussell Dances Hollywood Darcey Bussell steps into the shoes of her Hollywood heroes 8:00pm Blackadder the Third Sitcom about Edmund Blackadder Esq, butler to the Prince Regent in the late 18th century.

MORNING

PRIMETIME

3:10pm Monsters vs Aliens 4:35pm BBC News 4:50pm Ratatouille 6:30pm The Gruffalo’s Child A half-hour animated film, based on the best-selling children’s picture book by author Julia Donalds 7:00pm Doctor Who Festive edition of the sci-fi drama. A madcap caretaker greets evacuee Madge Arwell 8:00pm Strictly Come Dancing Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly present a very special Christmas spectacular, with five brand new celebrities 9:00pm EastEnders As Masood frantically searches for Kamil, Zainab finally stands up to Yusef 10:00pm Absolutely Fabulous The award-winning sitcom returns for a brand-new episode

Charlie and Lola Octonauts and the Great Christmas Rescue 6:45am Mister Maker Comes to Town 7:10am Arthur 8:05am Shaun the Sheep

8:15am

DAYTIME

11:00am Songs of Praise 11:40am Morecambe and Wise - Christmas Show 1971 12:25pm BBC News 12:35pm Kung Fu Panda 2:00pm Top of the Pops 3:00pm The Queen

6:00am 6:20am

MORNING

6:00am Breakfast 9:00am The Nativity 10:00am Christmas Day Eucharist from Lichfield Cathedral

1:05am 4thought.tv 1:10am American Football Live 4:45am Brief Encounters of the Sporting Mind 4:50am Post Modern Pastimes 5:00am That Paralympic Show 5:25am Scrapheap Challenge

2:00pm

3:45pm 5:30pm

Disney’s 12 Days of Christmas Animal Rescue Squad Andre Rieu’s Christmas Spectacular Ice Road Truckers Ice Road Truckers Disney’s 12 Days of Christmas Mrs Miracle 2: Miracle in Manhattan

Mrs Santa Claus The Santa Suit

7:25pm Christmas Card Uplifting drama. A soldier serving in Afghanistan is deeply touched by an anonymous Christmas card 9:05pm Eddie Stobart: Trucks, Trailers and Tinsel The observational documentary about the iconic Eddie Stobart trucking company returns 10:00pm Britain’s Favourite Christmas Songs A countdown of the nation’s favourite Christmas songs. 1:00am Super Casino 3:55am Meals in Moments 4:05am Nick’s Quest 4:30am Divine Designs 5:00am Hana’s Helpline 5:10am The Milkshake! Show 5:35am Thomas and Friends 5:45am Roary the Racing Car

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6:00am Teleshopping 9:00am Star Trek: The Next Generation 10:00am Star Trek: The Next Generation 11:00am Star Trek: 12:00pm Star Trek: 1:00pm Star Trek: 2:00pm Great Escape 3:00pm Great Escape 2 4:00pm Jake 2.0 5:00pm Jake 2.0 6:00pm Great Escape 2 7:00pm Great Escape 2 8:00pm La Femme Nikita 9:00pm Mission: Impossible: 10:00pm Mission: Impossible: 11:00pm Mission: Impossible: 12:00am Mission: Impossible: 1:00am Jake 2.0 2:00am La Femme Nikita 3:00am La Femme Nikita 4:00am Magma: Volcanic Disaster

5:00am Teleshopping 8:00am Charmed 9:00am Charmed 10:00am Dallas 11:00am Dallas 12:00pm Dallas 1:00pm Dallas 2:00pm Dallas 3:00pm A Town Without Christmas 5:00pm When Angels Come to Town 7:00pm Finding John Christmas 9:00pm CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 10:00pm CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 11:00pm CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 12:00am CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 1:00am CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 2:00am Models, Inc. 3:00am Ed 5:00am Teleshopping

6:00am Teleshopping 8:30am The Lord’s Challenge 9:00am Judge Judy 9:30am Judge Judy 10:00am Judge Judy 10:30am Judge Judy 3:00pm Bondi Rescue 3:30pm Bondi Rescue 4:00pm Bondi Rescue 4:30pm Bondi Rescue 5:00pm Cops 5:30pm Cops 6:00pm Cops 6:30pm Cops 7:00pm Haunted 8:00pm A Paranormal Encounter 9:45pm World’s Scariest Ghosts 10:40pm Haunted Places 11:40pm A Paranormal Encounter 1:25am Smash Cuts 1:55am Smash Cuts 2:25am Smash Cuts 2:55am Smash Cuts 3:20am Smash Cuts 3:50am Judge Judy 4:15am Judge Judy 4:40am Judge Judy 5:30am Judge Judy


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MONDAY 26th December Boxing Day

2:00pm 3:00pm 4:00pm 5:25pm 5:35pm 5:40pm

Strictly Come Dancing Winter Wipeout Shrek 2 BBC News BBC London News Jim’ll Fix it with Shane Richie 6:10pm Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa Animated adventure sequel to Madagascar continuing the adventures of the animals from a New York zoo 7:30pm The Borrowers Family adventure based on Mary Norton’s classic children’s books.

11:30am The Crimson Wing: Mystery of the Flamingos 12:45pm Mansfield Park 2:35pm Emma 4:30pm Final Score 5:10pm Becoming Jane

9:00pm

9:30pm

2:05am Vertigo 4:10am ITV Nightscreen 5:55am ITV Morning News

9:00pm

5:00am 5:55am

Father Ted Random Acts The Godfather The Lost Army of King Cambyses World War II: The Last Heroes Brothers and Sisters

Thomas and Friends The Wotwots! City of Friends Peppa Pig Castle Farm Little Princess

7:15am 7:30am 7:40am 7:50am 8:00am 8:05am 8:20am 8:35am

The Mr. Men Show Thomas and Friends Noddy in Toyland Fifi and the Flowertots Peppa Pig Peppa Pig Roary the Racing Car Bananas in Pyjamas

Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom 9:05am Bert and Ernie’s Great Adventures 9:10am The Mr. Men Show 9:25am Hana’s Helpline 9:40am Mist: Sheepdog Tales 10:00am ThunderCats 10:35am Meerkat Manor 11:05am Meerkat Manor 11:35am Ice Road Truckers 12:45pm The Producers

Bear’s Wild Weekend with Miranda Bear Grylls takes comedy writer and actress Miranda Hart on a once-in-a-lifetime expedition 10:00pm Chris Moyles’ Christmas Quiz Night Chris Moyles’ Quiz Night loves Christmas like no other quiz show 10:50pm Unintelligent Design A rare opportunity to poke around inside the head of Father Ted creators Graham Linehan 11:20pm Small, Far Away: The World of Father Ted This documentary follows Father Ted creators Graham Linehan and Arthur Mathews

12:25am 12:55am 1:00am 4:05am

6:00am 6:10am 6:20am 6:50am 7:00am 7:05am

8:50am

EVENING

Ruth Jones’ Christmas Cracker James Corden, singing legend Lulu and comedy sensation Micky Flanagan join Ruth 12:10am QI 12:40am Grumpy Guide To... 1:10am Cat People 2:20am BBC News 3:35am Pages from Ceefax

EVENING

11:30pm

11:00pm ITV News and Weather The latest headlines from around the world. Followed by national and local weather forecasts. 11:15pm Gladiator Multi-Oscar winning film about Maximus, a powerful Roman general, loved by the people

EVENING

EVENING

The Royal Bodyguard Comedy series about an ex-guardsman who, thanks to a terrible misunderstanding, is pu in charge of royal security 10:00pm Mrs. Brown’s Boys Mammy’s Ass. Comedy series about a loudmouthed Irish matriarch and her family. 10:30pm BBC News The latest national and international news, with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide. 10:45pm Match of the Day Gary Lineker is joined by guests Alan Shearer and Mark Lawrenson for highlights and analysis 12:15am The Guardian 2:30am Weatherview 2:35am Holby City 3:35am BBC News

Jane Austen: The Unseen Portrait? Jane Austen is one of the most celebrated writers of all time 10:00pm Victoria Wood: Seen on TV Victoria Wood looks back at her hugely successful television career.

1:15pm Channel 4 Racing 3:40pm The Simpsons 4:10pm Deal or No Deal 5:10pm Coach Trip 5:45pm Channel 4 News 6:00pm 4thought.tv The Christmas holidays mark the time of year when many of us can relax and spend time with family 6:05pm Hollyoaks At his lowest ebb, Doug can see no way out and decides to end it all. 6:35pm Come Dine with Me It’s high camp at Christmas this year on Come Dine with Me as five plucky celebrities take to the streets 7:05pm Home Alone Macaulay Culkin stars as an eight-year-old accidentally left at home

PRIMETIME

9:00pm EastEnders When Yusef seeks his revenge on Zainab and Masood, his actions have explosive consequences

6:20pm ITV News and Weather The latest headlines from around the world. Followed by a national weather forecast. 6:30pm Emmerdale Debbie has a controversial proposition for Andy. Moira is determined to fight for her family. 7:00pm The Unforgettable A tribute to one half of one of Britain’s greatest double acts: Ernie Wise 8:00pm Coronation Street Becky takes drastic steps to clear her name. Sophie gets caught out as Amber makes a move. 9:00pm Poirot Poirot arrives in Dover to help Lieutenant Colin Race

PRIMETIME

PRIMETIME

PRIMETIME

7:00pm Springwatch Chris Packham, Kate Humble, Martin Hughes-Games and Michaela Strachan reunite and return to Springwatch 8:30pm University Challenge A series of matches featuring teams of distinguished graduates from ten universities.

3:30pm

50 Greatest Harry Potter Moments Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

Scrapheap Challenge The Treacle People Benji: The Hunted The Bear The Morning Line The Big Bang Theory The Big Bang Theory The Simpsons The Simpsons Bugsy Malone

DAYTIME

2:00pm

5:25am 6:20am 6:30am 8:00am 8:30am 9:25am 9:55am 10:25am 10:55am 11:25am

MORNING

DAYTIME

Junior Bake Off CBeebies Panto Pixar: 25 Magic Moments 9:55am Heidi

DAYTIME

7:55am 8:25am 8:55am

6:00am Supernormal 6:10am SpongeBob Squarepants 6:20am Horrid Henry 6:35am Almost Naked Animals 6:50am Almost Naked Animals 7:05am Fleabag Monkeyface 7:20am Fleabag Monkeyface 7:35am Monk 7:40am The Adventures of Pinocchio 9:25am Best Ever Christmas Films 10:25am Goodnight Mister Tom 12:20pm ITV News and Weather 12:30pm Garfield 2: A Tail of Two Kitties

MORNING

MORNING

Show Me Show Me Something Special A Christmas Special 6:45am Rastamouse 7:00am Who Let the Dogs Out? 7:25am Sam and Mark’s Big Wind Up

11:10am

DAYTIME

Beverly Hills Chihuahua 12:35pm BBC News 12:45pm BBC London News 12:55pm Morecambe and Wise Christmas Show 1976

6:00am 6:25am

MORNING

6:00am Breakfast 9:00am Shaun the Sheep 9:10am The Gruffalo 9:35am The Gruffalo’s Child 10:00am The Jungle Book 2

3:10pm

Seven Brides for Seven Brothers

5:10pm 7:05pm

The Wizard of Oz Britain’s Favourite Christmas Songs Entertainment show featuring a rundown of the nation’s all-time favourite Christmas pop songs. 10:00pm Dirty Dancing Coming-of-age drama about a sheltered 17-year-old girl who learns a lot about life from the hotel dancer

12:05am Fragile 2:00am Super Casino 4:00am Meals in Moments 4:10am Grey’s Anatomy 4:55am County Secrets 5:10am House Doctor 5:35am House Doctor

6:00am Teleshopping 9:00am V 10:00am V 11:00am Star Trek: The Next Generation 12:00pm Mission: Impossible: Ghost Protocol Special 1:00pm Kung Fu: 2:00pm Walker, Texas Ranger 3:00pm The Sentinel 4:00pm Mission: Impossible: 5:00pm Star Trek: The Next Generation 6:00pm The District 7:00pm Walker, Texas Ranger 8:00pm Star Trek: The Next Generation 9:00pm NCIS 10:00pm Walker, Texas Ranger 11:00pm Kung Fu: 12:00am NCIS 1:00am Rapid Fire 2:55am Long Distance 4:40am F/X

5:00am Teleshopping 8:00am Dallas 9:00am Dynasty 10:00am Dr. Quinn, 11:00am JAG 12:00pm Boston Legal 1:00pm Dallas 2:00pm Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman 3:00pm Touched by an Angel 4:00pm Judge Judy 5:00pm JAG 6:00pm Dr. Quinn, 7:00pm Touched by an Angel 8:00pm Boston Legal 9:00pm CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 10:00pm Bad Girls 10:50pm Dallas 11:50pm CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 12:50am Bad Girls 1:40am Judge Judy 2:40am Falcon Crest 3:40am Melrose Place 5:00am Teleshopping

6:00am Teleshopping 9:00am The Extraordinary 10:00am The Extraordinary 11:00am Judge Judy 11:30am Judge Judy 12:00pm Judge Judy 12:30pm Judge Judy 1:00pm Judge Judy 3:00pm Bondi Rescue 3:30pm Bondi Rescue 4:00pm Bondi Rescue 4:30pm Bondi Rescue 5:00pm Unsolved Mysteries 6:00pm Unsolved Mysteries 7:00pm Unsolved Mysteries 8:00pm Rapid Response 8:30pm Rapid Response 9:00pm Rapid Response 9:30pm Rapid Response 10:00pm Rapid Response 1:00am Smash Cuts 1:30am Smash Cuts 2:00am Smash Cuts 2:30am Smash Cuts 3:00am Unsolved Mysteries 3:50am Judge Judy 4:15am America’s Dumbest Criminals 4:40am Scary but True 5:05am Beyond Chance


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TUESDAY 27th December

DAYTIME PRIMETIME

6:00am Thomas and Friends 6:10am The Wotwots! 6:20am City of Friends 6:35am Jelly Jamm 6:45am Peppa Pig 6:50am Castle Farm 6:55am Little Princess 7:10am The Mr. Men Show 7:20am Milkshake! Music Box

7:30am Thomas and Friends 7:40am Milkshake! Christmas Songs 7:45am Noddy in Toyland 7:55am Fifi and the Flowertots 8:05am Peppa Pig 8:10am Peppa Pig 8:20am Roary the Racing Car 8:35am Bananas in Pyjamas 8:50am Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom 9:05am Bert and Ernie’s Great Adventures

9:10am The Mr. Men Show 9:25am Hana’s Helpline 9:45am Mist: Sheepdog Tales 10:00am ThunderCats 10:35am Meerkat Manor 11:05am Animal Rescue Squad 11:20am World’s Strongest Man 2011 12:35pm Crazy for Christmas 2:25pm I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus

My Big Fat Gypsy Christmas Christmas is a time for family, a time for peace and for harmony 9:00pm Big Fat Quiz of the Year 2011 Jimmy Carr puts a panel of A-list celebrities to the test as they battle it out 11:05pm Alan Carr: Chatty Man Settle in for a treat of festive frolics plus the odd song or two

4:10pm 5:50pm 8:00pm

12:10am 12:40am 12:45am

10:05pm

Comedy Lab Random Acts Pokerstars.Co.UK UK and Ireland Poker Tour 1:40am Extreme Sailing Series 2:05am Sailing 2:35am Freesports on 4 3:00am FIVB World Beach Volleyball Tour 4:00am KOTV Boxing Weekly 4:25am World War II: The Last Heroes 5:20am Brothers and Sisters

EVENING

ITV News and Weather The latest headlines from around the world. Followed by national and local weather forecasts. 11:45pm King Kong Oscar-winning remake of the classic Depression-era monster movie. 2:10am Rugby Highlights 3:05am Kojak 3:55am ITV Nightscreen 5:55am ITV Morning News

7:00pm Channel 4 News Includes sport and weather. 7:25pm 4thought.tv The Christmas holidays mark the time of year when many of us can relax and spend time with family 7:30pm Come Dine with Me The second day of the Christmas special sees Big Brother villain ‘Nasty Nick’ Bateman play host

MORNING

11:30pm

5:55am Brothers and Sisters 6:40am Sali Mali 6:45am The Treacle People 6:55am The Hoobs 7:20am Famous Fred 7:50am Little Wolf 8:15am Perfect Couples 8:40am Everybody Loves Raymond 9:10am Everybody Loves Raymond 9:40am Frasier 10:10am Frasier 10:40am The Big Bang Theory 11:05am The Big Bang Theory 11:30am The Simpsons 12:00pm The Simpsons 12:30pm Five Children and It 2:15pm Penelope 4:00pm Deal or No Deal 5:00pm Coach Trip 5:30pm Celebrity Come Dine with Me Extra Portions 6:00pm The Simpsons Animated comedy series 6:30pm Hollyoaks Texas and Jodie deal with the fallout from the previous day’s events.

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6:00am Teleshopping 9:00am V 10:00am V 11:00am Star Trek: The Next Generation 12:00pm Mission: Impossible: 1:00pm Kung Fu: The Legend Continues 2:00pm Walker, Texas Ranger 3:00pm The Sentinel 4:00pm Mission: Impossible: 5:00pm Star Trek: The Next Generation 6:00pm The District 7:00pm Walker, Texas Ranger 8:00pm Star Trek: The Next Generation 9:00pm NCIS 10:00pm Walker, Texas Ranger 11:00pm Kung Fu: 12:00am NCIS 1:00am Push 3:15am Dallas 362 5:00am F/X

5:00am Teleshopping 8:00am Dallas 9:00am Dynasty 10:00am Dr. Quinn, 11:00am JAG 12:00pm Boston Legal 1:00pm Dallas 2:00pm Dr. Quinn, 3:00pm Touched by an Angel 4:00pm Judge Judy 5:00pm JAG 6:00pm Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman 7:00pm Touched by an Angel 8:00pm Boston Legal 9:00pm CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 10:00pm Bad Girls 10:50pm Dallas 11:50pm CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 12:50am Bad Girls 1:40am Judge Judy 2:40am Falcon Crest 3:40am Melrose Place 5:00am Teleshopping

8:00pm

EVENING

EVENING

EVENING 12:25am The Heartbreak Kid 2:15am Weatherview 2:20am Frozen Planet 3:20am Raymond Blanc’s Christmas Feast 4:20am BBC News

11:00pm Mock the Week Dara O Briain and the regulars present the now traditional heartwarming festive special 11:30pm The Toys That Made Christmas Spirograph, Fuzzy Felt, Barbie, Meccano - Robert Webb tells the story of our Christmases 1:00am Grumpy Guide To... 1:30am I Walked with a Zombie 2:35am BBC News 4:20am Pages from Ceefax

6:30pm London Tonight A round-up of all the latest news in London and the South East 6:45pm ITV News and Weather The latest headlines from around the world. Followed by a national weather forecast. 7:00pm Emmerdale Andy and Debbie feel the consequences of their decision. A furious Zak threatens Sean 7:30pm The Adventurer’s Guide to Britain Gethin Jones and Charlotte Uhlenbroek present the series in which they travel all over Britain 8:00pm Susan Boyle: An Unlikely Superstar Award-winning film-maker Osca Humphreys follows the daily life of the woman whose success has become legendary 9:00pm Fast Freddie, the Widow and Me Funny and touching drama. After being caught drunk-driving, car dealer Jonathan is sentenced to community service 10:30pm King Kong Oscar-winning remake of the classic Depression-era monster movie.

PRIMETIME

10:45pm Tropic Thunder Action comedy. A troupe of pampered Hollywood actors are shooting a Vietnam war epic when they are ambushed by a gang of local drug dealers

Horrid Henry Almost Naked Animals 6:50am Almost Naked Animals 7:05am The Prince and the Pauper 9:25am King Ralph 11:15am ITV News and Weather 11:30am From Time to Time 1:20pm Cats and Dogs 3:00pm All Star Family Fortunes 4:00pm You’ve Been Framed! 4:30pm The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor

DAYTIME

7:30pm Dad’s Army Classic comedy. The Walmingtonon-Sea Home Guard go to great lengths to equip themselves as a fighting fource 8:00pm You Have Been Watching... David Croft From Dad’s Army to ‘Allo ‘Allo!, Are You Being Served? to It Ain’t Half Hot, Mum 9:00pm Three Men Go to New England Rory McGrath, Griff Rhys Jones and Dara O Briain head to America to join a birthday party flotilla 10:00pm Have I Got Old News for You Popular news quiz with team captains Paul Merton and Ian Hislop, guest host Alexander Armstrong 10:30pm I’ve Never Seen Star Wars A Christmas comedy treat with Stephen Fry

PRIMETIME

PRIMETIME

7:30pm EastEnders It’s the morning after the night before 8:00pm Holby City Elliot’s Ukrainian Christmas trip takes an unexpected turn 9:00pm Great Expectations Lavish adaptation of the classic Charles Dickens novel. 10:00pm BBC News at Ten The latest national and international news, with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide. 10:10pm BBC London News The latest news, sport and weather from London. 10:15pm John Bishop’s Britain John Bishop hosts a festive edition of the comedy and entertainment show.

6:20am 6:35am

DAYTIME

DAYTIME 3:50pm Bedtime Stories 5:20pm BBC News 5:30pm BBC London News 5:35pm Celebrity Mastermind 6:05pm Shrek The Third Second sequel in the popular animated fantasy franchise.

6:00am Supernormal 6:10am SpongeBob Squarepants

MORNING

Hotel for Dogs BBC News BBC London News EastEnders Omnibus Doctor Who

Little Charley Bear The Adventures of Abney and Teal 6:20am Raa Raa the Noisy Lion 6:30am Octonauts 6:45am Mike the Knight 7:00am Who Let the Dogs Out? 7:30am Sam and Mark’s Big Wind Up 8:00am Junior Bake Off 8:30am Ooglies 8:45am Deadly 60 9:15am Camp Rock 10:45am Madagascar 11:45am Yellowstone 12:45pm Racing From Chepstow 3:05pm Wild 3:15pm Coast 4:15pm Flog It! 5:00pm Escape to the Country 5:45pm Antiques Road Trip 6:30pm University Challenge A series of matches featuring teams of distinguished graduates from ten universities. 7:00pm Hi-De-Hi! The classic comedy series set at Maplin’s Holiday Camp in the late 50s.

MORNING

11:00am 12:35pm 12:45pm 12:50pm 2:50pm

6:00am 6:05am

MORNING

6:00am Breakfast 8:05am Match of the Day 9:40am The Road to El Dorado

TV GUIDE

Twice Upon a Time Little Women World’s Strongest Man 2011 9:00pm Carry on Christmas Comedy remake of Dickens’s A Christmas Carol from the Carry On team.

The Greatest Carry on Films 11:05pm Cor, Blimey! Drama based on Terry Johnson’s award-winning play, Cleo, Camping, Emmanuelle and Dick 1:10am Super Casino 3:55am Meals in Moments 4:05am The Gadget Show 4:55am County Secrets 5:10am House Doctor 5:35am House Doctor

6:00am Teleshopping 9:00am The Extraordinary 10:00am The Extraordinary 11:00am Judge Judy 11:30am Judge Judy 12:00pm Judge Judy 12:30pm Judge Judy 1:00pm Judge Judy 1:30pm Judge Judy 2:00pm Judge Judy 2:30pm Judge Judy 3:00pm Bondi Rescue 3:30pm Bondi Rescue 4:00pm Bondi Rescue 4:30pm Bondi Rescue 5:00pm Unsolved Mysteries 6:00pm Unsolved Mysteries 7:00pm Unsolved Mysteries 8:00pm Jerry Springer 8:55pm Jerry Springer 9:45pm Jerry Springer 11:10am Smash Cuts 1:40am Smash Cuts 2:10am Smash Cuts 2:40am Smash Cuts 3:10am Unsolved Mysteries 4:00am Judge Judy 4:25am Scary but True 4:50am Scary but True 5:15am Beyond Chance


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The Zone Village of the Damned ITV Nightscreen ITV Morning News

10:35pm Felix and Murdo Comedy duo Ben Miller and Alexander Armstrong star in their brand new sitcom Felix and Murdo. 11:10pm The Armstrong and Miller Show A look at some of the best bits from Alexander Armstrong and Ben Miller’s Channel 4 sketch show. 11:40pm Ben Elton: Laughing at the 80s Ben Elton: Laughing at the 80s is a two-hour romp through the very best comedy of the 1980s. 1:35am Random Acts 1:40am Live From Abbey Road 2:25am Taio Cruz: Life of a Rockstar 2:50am The Album Chart Show Spotlight 3:05am Happy Endings 3:30am Happy Endings 3:55am Bugles in the Afternoon 5:20am Brothers and Sisters

EVENING

12:30am 2:30am 4:10am 5:55am

The Untold Tommy Cooper This one-off special looks at the untold life of British national treasure, comedian and magician Tommy Cooper

PRIMETIME

EVENING

EVENING 12:00am QI 12:30am Being Ronnie Corbett 1:30am The Leopard Man 2:35am BBC News 4:10am Pages from Ceefax

9:00pm

DAYTIME

Dara O Briain This is the Show 11:30pm Sir Jimmy Savile: As it Happened A special tribute to Sir Jimmy Savile, the eccentric DJ who hosted the legendary Top of the Pops

7:30pm Countrywise Kitchen Paul Heiney and Mike Robinson look at the best ingredients to warm you up on a cold night 8:00pm Ad of the Year 9:00pm It’ll be Alright on the Night 10:00pm ITV News at Ten and Weather The latest headlines from around the world. Followed by a national weather forecast 10:15pm Benidorm One-off special of the sitcom set in the titular Spanish resort. 11:20pm The Jonathan Ross Show Jonathan Ross presents an extra-large Christmas spectacular

Brothers and Sisters Treacle People Christmas Special 6:30am The Hoobs 6:55am The Hoobs 7:20am Wilde Stories 7:50am Perfect Couples 8:15am Everybody Loves Raymond 8:45am Everybody Loves Raymond 9:15am Frasier 9:45am The Big Bang Theory 10:15am The Big Bang Theory 10:45am The Simpsons 11:15am The Simpsons 11:45am Firehouse Dog 1:50pm Star Trek: First Contact 4:00pm Deal or No Deal 5:00pm Coach Trip 5:30pm Celebrity Come Dine with Me Extra Portions 6:00pm The Simpsons Animated comedy series 6:30pm Hollyoaks The students prepare to travel up to Barney’s 7:00pm Channel 4 News Includes sport and weather. 7:25pm 4thought.tv The Christmas holidays mark the time of year when many of us can relax and spend time with family 7:30pm Come Dine with Me Day three’s pantomime is Snow White, casting model Bianca Gascoigne in the lead role as host. 8:00pm Jon Snow’s 2011 Jon Snow turns his eye and mind back on an extraordinary 12 months of news in Britain and abroad

MORNING

10:30pm

All Star Family Fortunes 1:05pm ITV News and Weather 1:30pm After They Were Famous 2:35pm Midsomer Murders 4:30pm Lewis 6:30pm London Tonight A round-up of all the latest news in London and the South East 6:45pm ITV News and Weather The latest headlines from around the world. Followed by a national weather forecast. 7:00pm Emmerdale Cain’s return to the village spells disaster for Jai - but is he guilty?

PRIMETIME

3:30pm Flog It! 4:30pm Escape to the Country 5:30pm Antiques Road Trip 6:15pm Porridge Seasonal special of the Clement/Frenais sitcom a masterclass in comedy writing. 7:00pm Sir Jimmy Savile at the BBC: How’s About That Then? An affectionate tribute to Jimmy Savile via the BBC archive 8:00pm Top Gear In the 2011 Top Gear special, Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May set out to boost the British economy 9:30pm Three Men Go to New England Rory McGrath, Griff Rhys Jones and Dara O Briain head to America to join a birthday party flotilla

PRIMETIME

EVENING

1:25am Weatherview 1:30am Great Expectations 2:30am Nativity! 4:10am BBC News

The Man Who Would be King

12:05pm

PRIMETIME 8:00pm Countryfile Ellie Harrison explores some of Britain’s finest country estates. She visits the Ernest Cook estate 9:00pm Great Expectations Lavish adaptation of the classic Charles Dickens novel. Pip starts his new life as a gentleman 10:00pm BBC News at Ten The latest national and international news, with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide. 10:10pm BBC London News The latest news, sport and weather from London. 10:20pm The National Lottery Wednesday Night Draws The National Lottery Wednesday night draws presented by Scott Mills. Includes Lotto and Thunderball 10:30pm Comic Relief 2011 12:00am It’s a Boy Girl Thing

9:25am Countrywise 10:25am The Great St. Trinian’s Train Robbery

DAYTIME

6:00pm BBC News at Six The latest national and international news stories from the BBC News team, followed by weather. 6:20pm BBC London News The latest news, sport and weather from London. 6:30pm Celebrity Mastermind Reality TV star Stacey Solomon, chef Sophie Grigson, The Fast Show’s Simon Day 7:00pm Frozen Planet This Frozen Planet Christmas Special brings together the very best highlights of the series

5:20am 6:10am

MORNING

1:25pm

6:00am Supernormal 6:10am SpongeBob Squarepants 6:20am Horrid Henry 6:35am Almost Naked Animals 6:50am Almost Naked Animals 7:05am Fleabag Monkeyface

7:20am Fleabag Monkeyface 7:35am K-9

DAYTIME

Little Charley Bear The Adventures of Abney and Teal 6:20am Raa Raa the Noisy Lion 6:30am Octonauts 6:45am Mike the Knight 7:00am Who Let the Dogs Out? 7:30am Sam and Mark’s Big Wind Up 8:00am Junior Bake Off 8:30am Deadly 60 9:00am The Country Bears 10:25am Madagascar 11:25am Yellowstone 12:25pm The Many Faces of Michael Caine

MORNING

2:30pm 4:05pm

High School Musical 2 BBC News BBC London News Only Fools and Horses The Two Ronnies Christmas Sketchbook Shall We Dance? Bedknobs and Broomsticks

DAYTIME

10:35am 12:20pm 12:30pm 12:35pm 1:25pm

WEDNESDAY 28th December 6:00am 6:05am

MORNING

6:00am Breakfast 9:00am Spy Kids 2: The Island of Lost Dreams

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6:00am 6:10am 6:20am 6:35am 6:45am 6:50am 6:55am 7:00am 7:10am 7:25am 7:35am 7:55am

Thomas and Friends The Wotwots! City of Friends Jelly Jamm Peppa Pig Castle Farm Milkshake Monkey Little Princess The Mr. Men Show Thomas and Friends Noddy in Toyland Fifi and the Flowertots

8:10am Peppa Pig 8:15am Peppa Pig 8:35am Milkshake! Christmas Songs 8:40am Bananas in Pyjamas 8:50am Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom 9:05am Bert and Ernie’s Great Adventures 9:10am The Mr. Men Show 9:25am Hana’s Helpline 9:40am Mist: Sheepdog Tales 10:00am ThunderCats 10:35am Mickey’s Delayed Date

10:40am 11:10am 12:10pm 12:15pm

Meerkat Manor World’s Strongest Man 2011 5 News Lunchtime Apache Drums

1:50pm

Six Black Horses

3:25pm 6:10pm

Custer of the West The Witches of Oz Paulie Rojas, Eliza Swenson, Lance Henriksen, Christopher Lloyd, Billy Boyd. 8:00pm World’s Strongest Man 2011 9:00pm Ben-Hur Lavish biblical adventure of betrayal and revenge. Two former friends are pitted against each other 12:30am The Big Game 1:30am Super Casino 4:00am Meals in Moments 4:10am Wildlife SOS 4:35am Wildlife SOS 4:55am County Secrets 5:10am House Doctor 5:35am House Doctor

6:00am Teleshopping 9:00am V: The Final Battle 10:00am V: The Final Battle 11:00am Star Trek: The Next Generation 12:00pm Mission: Impossible: 1:00pm Kung Fu: The Legend Continues 2:00pm Walker, Texas Ranger 3:00pm The Sentinel 4:00pm Mission: Impossible: 5:00pm Star Trek: The Next Generation 6:00pm The District 7:00pm Walker, Texas Ranger 8:00pm Star Trek: The Next Generation 9:00pm NCIS 10:00pm Walker, Texas Ranger 11:00pm Kung Fu: 12:00am NCIS 1:00am The Face of Fear 2:50am Patient 14 4:35am F/X

5:00am Teleshopping 8:00am Dallas 9:00am Dynasty 10:00am Dr. Quinn, 11:00am JAG 12:00pm Boston Legal 1:00pm Dallas 2:00pm Dr. Quinn, 3:00pm Touched by an Angel 4:00pm Judge Judy 5:00pm JAG 6:00pm Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman 7:00pm Touched by an Angel 8:00pm Boston Legal 9:00pm CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 10:00pm Bad Girls 10:50pm Dallas 11:50pm CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 12:50am Bad Girls 1:40am Judge Judy 2:40am Falcon Crest 3:40am Melrose Place 5:00am Teleshopping

6:00am Teleshopping 9:00am The Extraordinary 10:00am The Extraordinary 11:00am Judge Judy 11:30am Judge Judy 12:00pm Judge Judy 12:30pm Judge Judy 1:00pm Judge Judy 1:30pm Judge Judy 2:00pm Judge Judy 2:30pm Judge Judy 3:00pm Bondi Rescue 3:30pm Bondi Rescue 4:00pm Bondi Rescue 4:30pm Bondi Rescue 5:00pm Unsolved Mysteries 6:00pm Unsolved Mysteries 7:00pm Unsolved Mysteries 8:00pm Medical Detectives 8:30pm Medical Detectives 9:00pm Medical Detectives 9:30pm Medical Detectives 1:00am Smash Cuts 1:30am Smash Cuts 2:00am Smash Cuts 3:00am Unsolved Mysteries 3:50am Judge Judy 4:15am Scary but True 4:40am Scary but True 5:05am Beyond Chance


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THURSDAY 29th December

11:00pm

11:10pm

The Comic Strip Presents The Comic Strip’s 50s-style ‘fugitive’ film noir spoof. Prime Minister Tony Blair is wanted for murder

12:15am 12:20am 3:50am 4:45am 5:35am 5:40am 5:50am

EVENING

12:30am The Zone 2:35am Scarface 5:25am ITV Nightscreen 5:55am ITV Morning News

6:00am 6:10am 6:20am 6:30am 6:45am 6:50am 6:55am 7:05am 7:20am 7:40am 7:55am 8:10am 8:20am 8:25am 8:40am 8:55am

Thomas and Friends The Wotwots! City of Friends Jelly Jamm Peppa Pig Castle Farm Little Princess The Mr. Men Show Thomas and Friends Noddy in Toyland Fifi and the Flowertots Peppa Pig Peppa Pig Roary the Racing Car Bananas in Pyjamas Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom 9:05am Bert and Ernie’s Great Adventures 9:10am The Mr. Men Show 9:25am Hana’s Helpline 9:40am Mist: Sheepdog Tales 10:00am ThunderCats 10:35am Zoo Days 10:50am World’s Strongest Man 2011 11:50am 5 News Lunchtime 11:55am Ice Road Truckers 12:55pm Back to the Secret Garden

2:55pm

David Copperfield

4:20pm

The Witches of Oz

Random Acts The Godfather Part II Brave New World with Stephen Hawking Brothers and Sisters Sali Mali The Treacle People The Hoobs

World’s Strongest Man 2011 9:00pm The Mentalist Crime drama series. The crime-solving team are called to investigate 10:00pm It’s All About Amy Documentary series. Amy’s media commitments come thick and fast 11:00pm The Truth About Cheryl Cole Documentary looking at the rags-to-riches story of Cheryl Cole

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6:00am Teleshopping 9:00am V: The Final Battle 10:00am V: The Final Battle 11:00am Star Trek: The Next Generation 12:00pm Mission: Impossible: 1:00pm Kung Fu: 2:00pm Walker, Texas Ranger 3:00pm The Sentinel 4:00pm Mission: Impossible: 5:00pm Star Trek: The Next Generation 6:00pm The District 7:00pm Walker, Texas Ranger 8:00pm Star Trek: The Next Generation 9:00pm NCIS 10:00pm Walker, Texas Ranger 11:00pm Kung Fu: The Legend Continues 12:00am NCIS 1:00am Dead on the Money 2:50am Dismal 4:30am F/X

5:00am Teleshopping 8:00am Dallas 9:00am Dynasty 10:00am Dr. Quinn, 11:00am JAG 12:00pm Boston Legal 1:00pm Dallas 2:00pm Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman 3:00pm Touched by an Angel 4:00pm Judge Judy 5:00pm JAG 6:00pm Dr. Quinn, 7:00pm Touched by an Angel 8:00pm Boston Legal 9:00pm CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 10:00pm Bad Girls 10:50pm Dallas 11:50pm CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 12:50am Bad Girls 1:40am Judge Judy 2:40am Falcon Crest 3:40am Melrose Place 5:00am Teleshopping

8:00pm

EVENING

EVENING

Have I Got Old 2010 News for You A compilation of the popular news quiz that looks back at the big news of 2010. 11:30pm QI Quiz show. Stephen Fry comes over all infantile with Ronni Ancona, Dave Gorman, Lee Mack and Alan Davies 12:00am I’ve Never Seen Star Wars 12:30am The John Craven Years 1:30am The Body Snatcher 2:50am BBC News 3:50am Pages from Ceefax

PRIMETIME

Dragons’ Den Insightful documentary charting the business career of Hilary Devey, the newest star of Dragons’ Den 9:00pm QI In a special Christmas edition, Stephen Fry looks at ice. 9:30pm Never Mind the Buzzcocks Anarchic, award-winning pop quiz. The best from the latest series featuring, Alice Cooper 10:00pm The Bleak Old Shop of Stuff A Victorian comedy adventure in the style of Charles Dickens.

4:00pm 5:00pm 5:30pm

PRIMETIME

PRIMETIME

8:00pm

Deal or No Deal Coach Trip Celebrity Come Dine with Me Extra Portions 6:00pm The Simpsons Animated comedy series 6:30pm Hollyoaks The students are in high spirits, intending to make the most of their impressive surroundings 7:00pm Channel 4 News Includes sport and weather. 7:25pm 4thought.tv The Christmas holidays mark the time of year when many of us can relax and spend time with family 7:30pm Come Dine with Me It’s day four of the pantomime inspired Christmas special 8:00pm Living with the Amish The notoriously private Amish community opens its doors to six British teenagers who head to Ohio 9:00pm Dorian Gray Ben Barnes, Colin Firth and Ben Chaplin star in this Gothic horror directed by Oliver Parker

DAYTIME

DAYTIME

Flog It! Escape to the Country Antiques Road Trip Confessions of a Shopaholic Romantic comedy. A college graduate with a shopping addiction unintentionally lands a job writing for a financial magazine

ITV News and Weather 1:30pm After They Were Famous 2:30pm Agatha Christie’s Marple 4:30pm Inspector Morse 6:30pm London Tonight A round-up of all the latest news in London and the South East 6:45pm ITV News and Weather The latest headlines from around the world. Followed by a national weather forecast. 7:00pm Emmerdale Ashley struggles with his emotions. Charity goes to desperate measures to clear Jai’s name. 7:30pm That Was 2011: The ITV News Review of the Year Mark Austin presents the first of two programmes looking back on what has been an extraordinary 12 months 8:00pm Emmerdale Charity fears she has lost her family for good. Ashley is left humiliated. 8:30pm Coronation Street Will Kevin keep schtum as Sophie and Sian head down the aisle? Karl gives into temptation. 9:00pm Paddy’s 2011 Show and Telly Paddy McGuiness presents a brand new quiz show which pits three celebrity pairs against each other 10:00pm ITV News at Ten and Weather The latest headlines from around the world. Followed by a national weather forecast 10:15pm Notting Hill Romantic comedy about the relationship between a famous American movie actress and an unassuming British man

5:20am Brothers and Sisters 6:15am Sali Mali 6:20am The Hoobs 6:45am The Hoobs 7:10am Wilde Stories 7:40am Perfect Couples 8:05am Everybody Loves Raymond 8:35am Everybody Loves Raymond 9:05am Frasier 9:35am Frasier 10:05am The Big Bang Theory 10:35am The Big Bang Theory 11:05am The Simpsons 11:35am The Simpsons 12:05pm See Spot Run 1:55pm Never Been Kissed

MORNING

MORNING

6:00am Monk 6:05am SpongeBob Squarepants 6:15am Horrid Henry 6:30am Almost Naked Animals 6:45am Almost Naked Animals 6:55am Fleabag Monkeyface 7:10am Fleabag Monkeyface 7:25am Share a Story Special 7:40am New York Minute 9:25am Countrywise Winter Special 9:55am All Star Family Fortunes 10:55am The Railway Children

DAYTIME

3:35pm 4:35pm 5:35pm 6:20pm

EVENING 12:30am Skiing Weatherview 12:35am James May’s Man Lab 1:35am Great Expectations 2:35am Lapland 3:50am BBC News

MORNING

8:00pm Earthflight Documentary series giving a bird’s-eye view of some of the world’s greatest natural spectacles. 9:00pm Great Expectations Lavish adaptation of the classic Charles Dickens novel. Pip wants nothing to do with Magwitch 10:00pm BBC News at Ten The latest national and international news, with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide. 10:10pm BBC London News The latest news, sport and weather from London. 10:20pm Absolutely Fabulous The award-winning sitcom returns for a brand-new episode 10:50pm I Love You, Man Comedy about an estate agent who realises just before his wedding that he doesn’t have any real friends

Little Charley Bear The Adventures of Abney and Teal 6:20am Raa Raa the Noisy Lion 6:30am Octonauts 6:45am Mike the Knight 7:00am Who Let the Dogs Out? 7:30am Sam and Mark’s Big Wind Up 8:00am Junior Bake Off 8:25am Deadly Art 8:45am Tarzan’s Greatest Adventure 10:05am Madagascar 11:05am Yellowstone 12:05pm The Ipcress File 1:50pm Dirty Rotten Scoundrels

1:00pm

PRIMETIME

7:30pm EastEnders Buckling under his guilt, Patrick comes clean to Denise and Kim, but how will they react

DAYTIME

10:25am Sharpay’s Fabulous Adventure 11:55am George of the Jungle 1:20pm BBC News 1:35pm BBC London News 1:40pm Only Fools and Horses 2:35pm The Two Ronnies Sketchbook 3:35pm Superman Returns 6:00pm BBC News at Six The latest national and international news stories from the BBC News team, followed by weather. 6:20pm BBC London News The latest news, sport and weather from London. 6:30pm Celebrity Mastermind Wildlife expert Chris Packham, athlete Jenny Meadows, children’s TV presenter Alex Winters 7:00pm Wallace and Gromit: A Matter of Loaf and Death Wallace and Gromit have opened a new bakery business, Top Bun

6:00am 6:05am

MORNING

6:00am Breakfast 9:00am Shaun the Sheep 9:10am Spy Kids 3: Game Over

TV GUIDE

12:00am 3:55am 4:05am 4:30am 4:55am 5:10am 5:35am

Super Casino Meals in Moments Wildlife SOS Wildlife SOS County Secrets House Doctor House Doctor

6:00am Teleshopping 9:00am The Extraordinary 10:00am The Extraordinary 11:00am Judge Judy 11:30am Judge Judy 12:00pm Judge Judy 12:30pm Judge Judy 1:00pm Judge Judy 1:30pm Judge Judy 2:00pm Judge Judy 3:00pm Bondi Rescue 3:30pm Bondi Rescue 4:00pm Bondi Rescue 4:30pm Bondi Rescue 5:00pm Unsolved Mysteries 6:00pm Unsolved Mysteries 7:00pm Unsolved Mysteries 8:00pm Breaking News 8:30pm Breaking News 9:00pm Breaking News 9:30pm Breaking News 1:00am Smash Cuts 1:30am Smash Cuts 2:00am Smash Cuts 2:30am Smash Cuts 3:00am Unsolved Mysteries 3:50am Judge Judy 4:15am Scary but True 4:40am Scary but True 5:05am Beyond Chance


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6:30pm Hollyoaks Mercedes finally prepares to let go of Riley, but then she realises just how much this will cost her 7:00pm Channel 4 News Includes sport and weather. 7:25pm 4thought.tv The Christmas holidays mark the time of year when many of us can relax and spend time with family 7:30pm Come Dine with Me The final pantomime curtain call is provided by former Doctor Who actor Colin Baker 8:00pm Bear’s Wild Weekend with Miranda Bear Grylls takes comedy writer and actress Miranda Hart on a once-in-a-lifetime expedition 9:00pm The Angelos Neil Epithemiou Show 9:30pm Lee Evans: Access All Arenas Lee Evans introduces a special night showcasing his incredible stand up shows and TV series. 10:35pm An Evening with Lee Evans 1993 Perrier Award-winner, Lee Evans Christmas special recorded at the Duke of York’s Theatre. 11:05pm The World of Lee Evans A short drama from the 1996 BAFTA nominated series, featuring Lee getting stuck in tight situations 11:40pm The World of Lee Evans Another short drama from the 1996 BAFTA nominated series 12:10am Random Acts 12:15am The Godfather Part III

It’ll be Alright on the Night 1:45am The Zone 3:30am Kojak 4:25am ITV Nightscreen 5:55am ITV Morning News

EVENING

EVENING

12:45am

Thomas and Friends The Wotwots! City of Friends Jelly Jamm

6:45am 6:50am 6:55am 7:10am 7:25am 7:40am

Peppa Pig Castle Farm Little Princess The Mr. Men Show Thomas and Friends Noddy in Toyland

Fifi and the Flowertots Peppa Pig Peppa Pig Roary the Racing Car Bananas in Pyjamas Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom 9:10am The Mr. Men Show 9:25am Hana’s Helpline 9:40am Mist: Sheepdog Tales 10:00am ThunderCats

PRIMETIME

ITV News at Ten and Weather The latest headlines from around the world. Followed by a national weather forecast 10:15pm The Holiday Seasonal romantic comedy about two single women on opposite sides of the Atlantic

EVENING

EVENING

Mrs Dickens’ Family Christmas Looking at the marriage of Charles Dickens through the eyes of his wife Catherine 10:00pm QI XL In a special Christmas edition, Stephen Fry looks at ice. 10:45pm Transsiberian Thriller. A pair of Christian missionaries befriend a mysterious couple on board a Moscow-bound Train 12:25am Never Mind the Buzzcocks 12:55am Grumpy Guide To... 1:25am The Curse of The Cat People 2:35am BBC News 3:55am Pages from Ceefax

6:00am 6:10am 6:20am 6:35am

DAYTIME

10:00pm 9:00pm

MORNING

New You’ve Been Framed! Harry Hill presents hilarious festive footage filmed by viewers on their camcorders and mobile phones 9:00pm A Royal Year to Remember Alan Titchmarsh presents a documentary looking back at a year in the life of the royal family

5:50am The Hoobs 6:15am The Hoobs 6:40am Wilde Stories 7:10am Perfect Couples 7:35am Everybody Loves Raymond 8:05am Everybody Loves Raymond 8:35am Frasier 9:05am Frasier 9:35am The Big Bang Theory 10:05am The Big Bang Theory 10:35am The Simpsons 11:10am The Simpsons 11:40am Clueless 1:40pm Cutthroat Island 4:00pm Deal or No Deal 5:00pm Coach Trip 5:30pm Celebrity Come Dine with Me Extra Portions 6:00pm The Simpsons Animated comedy series

8:00am 8:15am 8:25am 8:35am 8:45am 9:00am

PRIMETIME

As Time Goes By One-hour special of the romantic sitcom. 8:00pm The Many Faces of Dame Judi Dench Documentary tracing the career of Dame Judi Dench using excerpts from performances and interviews

8:30pm

DAYTIME

PRIMETIME

7:00pm

6:00am Monk 6:05am SpongeBob Squarepants 6:15am Horrid Henry 6:30am Almost Naked Animals 6:45am Almost Naked Animals 7:00am Fleabag Monkeyface 7:15am Fleabag Monkeyface 7:35am Clockwise 9:25am The Lakes at Christmas 9:55am All Star Family Fortunes 10:55am Pollyanna 12:55pm ITV News and Weather 1:30pm After They Were Famous 2:30pm Poirot 4:30pm Inspector Morse 6:30pm London Tonight A round-up of all the latest news in London and the South East 6:45pm ITV News and Weather The latest headlines from around the world. Followed by a national weather forecast. 7:00pm Emmerdale Jai is adamant that Charity should stay away from Cain. Laurel thinks some time away might help. 7:30pm Coronation Street Will Sophie lose Sian forever when the truth comes out? Peter comforts Carla 8:00pm That Was 2011: The ITV News Review of the Year Mark Austin presents the second of two programmes looking back what has been an extraordinary 12 months

MORNING

A Tale of Two Cities

2:45pm Coast 3:45pm Flog It! 4:45pm Escape to the Country 5:45pm Antiques Road Trip 6:30pm The Good Life Seasonal special of the suburban sitcom. The Goods and the Leadbetters plan their respective Christmases

7:00pm

1:50am Weatherview 1:55am Great Expectations 2:55am Fry’s Planet Word 3:55am BBC News

DAYTIME

12:50pm

PRIMETIME

The One Show Alex Jones and Matt Baker count down the best moments of The One Show year. 8:00pm EastEnders Kat and Alfie throw a 1st birthday party for Tommy 8:30pm Have I Got News for You A compilation of the popular news quiz, looking back at the big news of 2011. 9:00pm New Tricks Drama featuring an eccentric group of ex-police officers brought out of retirement 10:00pm BBC News at Ten The latest national and international news, with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide. 10:10pm BBC London News The latest news, sport and weather from London. 10:20pm The Graham Norton Show Graham Norton presents a compilation of the best guests and moments from recent series 11:05pm John Bishop’s Britain John Bishop hosts a festive edition of the comedy and entertainment show. 11:50pm The National Lottery Friday Night Draws 11:55pm Cold Creek Manor Tense thriller. A family relocates from the city to a dilapidated house in the country

MORNING

1:20pm 1:35pm 1:44pm

Little Charley Bear The Adventures of Abney and Teal 6:20am Raa Raa the Noisy Lion 6:30am Octonauts 6:45am Mike the Knight 7:00am Who Let the Dogs Out? 7:30am Sam and Mark’s Big Wind Up 8:00am Junior Bake Off 8:30am Deadly 60 9:00am David Copperfield 11:05am The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby

DAYTIME

BBC News BBC London News Regional News and Weather 1:45pm Only Fools and Horses 2:40pm Only Fools and Horses 3:30pm National Treasure 5:30pm Wallace and Gromit: A Close Shave 6:00pm BBC News at Six The latest national and international news stories from the BBC News team, followed by Weather. 6:20pm BBC London News The latest news, sport and weather from London. 6:30pm Celebrity Mastermind England cricketer Matthew Hoggard, TV presenter Jules Hudson, Comedian Justin Moorhouse

FRIDAY 30th December 6:00am 6:05am

MORNING

6:00am Breakfast 9:00am The Cat in the Hat 10:20am Sky High 11:55am Paulie

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3:15am 4:10am 5:05am

Steve Jobs: ichanged the World Brave New World with Stephen Hawking Brothers and Sisters

10:35am Animal Rescue Squad 10:50am Meerkat Manor

World’s Strongest Man 2011 12:25pm 5 News Lunchtime 12:35pm Ice Road Truckers 1:30pm Showdown at Abilene 3:15pm Alice in Wonderland 5:45pm Snow White 7:30pm Fifth Gear In the final episode of this series of Fifth Gear, Jonny Smith reveals the most exciting cars at the moment

6:00am Teleshopping 9:00am V: The Final Battle 11:00am Star Trek: The Next Generation 12:00pm Mission: Impossible: Ghost Protocol Special 1:00pm Kung Fu: The Legend Continues 2:00pm Walker, Texas Ranger 3:00pm The Sentinel 4:00pm Mission: Impossible: 5:00pm Star Trek: The Next Generation 6:00pm The District 7:00pm Walker, Texas Ranger 8:00pm Star Trek: The Next Generation 9:00pm NCIS 10:00pm Walker, Texas Ranger 11:00pm Kung Fu: 12:00am NCIS 1:00am A Perfect Fit 2:35am Chopper 4:15am F/X

5:00am Teleshopping 8:00am Dallas 9:00am Dynasty 10:00am Dr. Quinn, 11:00am JAG 12:00pm Boston Legal 1:00pm Dallas 2:00pm Dr. Quinn, 3:00pm Touched by an Angel 4:00pm Judge Judy 5:00pm JAG 6:00pm Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman 7:00pm Touched by an Angel 8:00pm Boston Legal 9:00pm CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 10:00pm Bad Girls 10:50pm Dallas 11:50pm CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 12:50am Bad Girls 1:40am Judge Judy 2:40am Falcon Crest 3:40am Melrose Place 5:00am Teleshopping

11:20am

8:00pm

World’s Strongest Man 2011 9:00pm Most Shocking Celebrity Moments 2011 12:50am Super Casino 4:05am Motorsport Mundial 4:30am Great Scientists 4:55am County Secrets 5:10am House Doctor 5:35am House Doctor

6:00am Teleshopping 9:00am The Extraordinary 10:00am The Extraordinary 11:00am Judge Judy 11:30am Judge Judy 12:00pm Judge Judy 12:30pm Judge Judy 1:00pm Judge Judy 1:30pm Judge Judy 2:00pm Judge Judy 2:30pm Judge Judy 3:00pm Bondi Rescue 3:30pm Bondi Rescue 4:00pm Bondi Rescue 4:30pm Bondi Rescue 5:00pm Unsolved Mysteries 6:00pm Unsolved Mysteries 7:00pm Unsolved Mysteries 8:00pm I’m Still Alive 9:00pm I’m Still Alive 10:00pm I’m Still Alive 1:00am Smash Cuts 1:30am Smash Cuts 2:00am Smash Cuts 2:30am Smash Cuts 3:00am Unsolved Mysteries 3:50am Judge Judy 4:15am Scary but True 4:40am Scary but True 5:05am Beyond Chance


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SATURDAY 31st December New Year’s Eve MORNING

6:00am The Treacle People 6:10am The Hoobs 6:35am The Hoobs 7:00am GT Academy 7:30am Extreme Sailing Series 8:00am The Morning Line 8:55am The Big Bang Theory 9:25am The Big Bang Theory 9:50am Shipwrecked: The Island 10:50am Beyoncé Live at Roseland

6:00am 6:05am 6:15am 6:25am 6:40am 6:50am

6:55am 7:00am

11:55am

3 Men and a Baby

DAYTIME

DAYTIME

DAYTIME

Mike the Knight Who Let the Dogs Out? 7:35am Sam and Mark’s Big Wind Up 8:00am Junior Bake Off 8:30am Deadly 60 9:00am The Horrible Histories Big Prom Party 10:05am Home on the Range 11:15am First Daughter 12:55pm Escape to the Country 1:35pm Viva Knievel!

6:00am Signed Stories 6:05am Signed Stories 6:10am Boblins 6:20am The Hive 6:30am Handy Manny 6:45am Handy Manny 7:00am Tati’s Hotel 7:15am Tati’s Hotel 7:25am The Super Hero Squad Show 7:55am Scooby-Doo and the Alien Invaders 9:25am Monk 9:30am Horrid Henry 9:45am Funniest Ever You’ve Been Framed! 10:45am Coronation Street Omnibus 1:30pm ITV News and Weather 1:45pm Pride and Prejudice

MORNING

MORNING

A Question of Sport Final Score BBC News BBC London News Comic Relief 2011

Postman Pat Special Postman Pat Special

6:50am 7:05am

DAYTIME

3:30pm 4:00pm 5:10pm 5:20pm 5:30pm

6:00am 6:25am

MORNING

6:00am Breakfast 10:00am Saturday Kitchen 11:30am Nigel Slater’s Simple Suppers 12:00pm BBC News 12:10pm BBC London News 12:15pm Football Focus 1:00pm F1 2011 Season Review 2:00pm The Pacifier

7:05am 7:35am 7:50am 8:00am 8:15am 8:35am 8:55am

4:05pm 6:25pm Winter Wipeout Richard Hammond and Amanda Byram present another episode of Winter Wipeout 7:25pm Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End Action adventure sequel. The final instalment of the buccaneering trilogy

3:35am

Best of Glastonbury 2011 Pages from Ceefax

Alan Carr’s New Year Specstacular 11:35pm Rude Tube For the first time, Rude Tube is celebrating Christmas, and Alex Zane has a bulging sack 12:40am The Simpsons 1:10am Invasion of the Body Snatchers

EVENING

1:30am

ITV News and Weather The latest headlines from around the world. Followed by a national weather forecast 12:05am That Was 2011: The ITV News Review of the Year 1:05am The Blues Brothers 3:20am In Plain Sight 4:50am ITV Nightscreen 5:55am ITV Morning News

Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom 9:20am The Mr. Men Show 9:30am Roary the Racing Car 9:40am Mist: Sheepdog Tales 10:00am Impossible 11:00am World’s Strongest Man 2011 12:00pm Ice Road Truckers 12:55pm Ben-Hur

9:00pm

EVENING

Lee Mack Going Out Live 1:15am Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow 2:15am Weatherview 2:20am BBC News

EVENING

EVENING

12:15am

11:45pm

6:55pm Channel 4 News Includes sport and weather. 7:05pm 4thought.tv The Christmas holidays mark the time of year when many of us can relax and spend time with family 7:10pm Porridge Ronnie Barker, Richard Beckinsale and Fulton Mackay star in this spin-off feature

9:05am

PRIMETIME

9:00pm Eric and Ernie Single drama telling the story of Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise’s formative years 10:30pm Parkinson, Morecambe and Wise Michael Parkinson looks back at his 1972 interview with comedy duo Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise 11:15pm Jools’ Annual Hootenanny Jools Holland sees in the New Year with a star-filled line up featuring Cyndi Lauper & Jessie J

6:05pm London Tonight Regional news update for the capital and the South East 6:15pm ITV News and Weather The latest headlines from around the world. Followed by a national weather forecast. 6:30pm Harry Hill’s Best of Christmas TV Burp Brace yourself for a seasonal compilation of previous TV Burp Christmas specials. 7:00pm Westlife: For the Last Time After 13 years together, top Irish boy band Westlife appear in their last-ever TV special 8:00pm The Cube Phillip Schofield presents the nerve-wracking game show. 9:00pm It’ll be Alright on the Night 10:00pm ITV News and Weather The latest headlines from around the world. Followed by a national weather forecast 10:15pm The Nation’s Favourite Bee Gees Song Amanda Holden narrates a special programme celebrating the amazing catalogue of Bee Gees hits

1:55pm Channel 4 Racing 3:55pm The Simpsons 4:25pm Come Dine with Me 4:55pm Come Dine with Me 5:25pm Come Dine with Me 5:55pm Come Dine with Me 6:25pm Come Dine with Me Italian-born food snob Toni Giugliano thinks that he has been served up poor food all week

PRIMETIME

PRIMETIME

BBC News The latest national and international news from the BBC. 10:20pm Match of the Day Gary Lineker is joined by guests Alan Shearer and Mark Lawrenson for highlights and analysis 11:40pm The National Lottery Saturday Night Draws The National Lottery Saturday night draws presented by OJ Borg. Includes Thunderball and Lotto draws 11:50pm New Year Live 2011. Live from London, Jake Humphrey sees out the old year and rings in 2012 with the chimes of Big Ben

PRIMETIME

10:00pm

Igam Ogam Roobarb and Custard Too The Milkshake! Show Make Way for Noddy Bert and Ernie’s Great Adventures Little Princess The Adventures of Bottle Top Bill and His Best Friend Corky Angelina Ballerina Rupert Bear

The Queen

3:15pm Springwatch 4:45pm The Guns of Navarone

7:15pm Flog It! The Flog It! team visit Stokeon-Trent to value the public’s antiques with help from experts 8:00pm Morecambe and Wise: the Show What Paul Merton Did

Peppa Pig Roary the Racing Car Fifi and the Flowertots Fireman Sam Harry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs Castle Farm

2:30am Southland 3:15am St. Elsewhere 4:05am Brave New World with Stephen Hawking 5:00am Brothers and Sisters 5:50am Sali Mali 5:55am The Hoobs

4:35pm 21

6:55pm 5 News Weekend National and international news. 7:00pm World’s Strongest Man 2011 8:00pm TV’s 50 Greatest Magic Tricks 10:40pm Up the Front The comic misadventures of a cowardly youth, employed as a boot-boy at Twithampton House

12:25am 12:50am 4:00am 4:25am 4:50am 5:00am 5:10am 5:35am 5:45am

Comedy Kings Super Casino The Great Artists Divine Designs County Secrets Hana’s Helpline The Milkshake! Show Thomas and Friends Roary the Racing Car

6:00am Teleshopping 9:00am Walker, Texas Ranger 10:00am Walker, Texas Ranger 11:00am Walker, Texas Ranger 12:00pm Walker, Texas Ranger 1:00pm Walker, Texas Ranger 2:00pm Fail Safe 4:00pm The Sentinel 5:00pm The Sentinel 6:00pm Blood River 8:00pm La Femme Nikita Action-packed drama starring the stunning Peta Wilson. 9:00pm NCIS A team of special agents, operating outside the military chain of command 10:00pm NCIS 11:00pm NCIS 12:00am NCIS 1:00am NCIS 2:00am La Femme Nikita 3:00am La Femme Nikita 4:00am Blood River

5:00am Teleshopping 8:00am Charmed 9:00am Charmed 10:00am Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman 11:00am Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman 12:00pm Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman 1:00pm Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman 2:00pm Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman 3:00pm Comfort and Joy 5:00pm Silver Bells 7:00pm Secret of Giving 9:00pm Bad Girls 9:50pm Bad Girls 10:40pm Bad Girls 11:30pm Bad Girls 1:10am Models, Inc. 2:05am Models, Inc. 3:00am Ed 4:00am Ed 5:00am Teleshopping 5:30am Teleshopping

6:00am Teleshopping 9:00am Judge Judy 9:30am Judge Judy 10:00am Judge Judy 10:30am Judge Judy 11:00am Judge Judy 11:30am Judge Judy 12:00pm Judge Judy 12:30pm Judge Judy 1:00pm Judge Judy 3:00pm Bondi Rescue 3:30pm Bondi Rescue 4:00pm Bondi Rescue 4:30pm Bondi Rescue 5:00pm Cops 5:30pm Cops 6:00pm Cops 6:30pm Cops 7:00pm Caught on Camera 8:00pm Caught on Camera 9:00pm Caught on Camera 1:00am Smash Cuts 1:30am Smash Cuts 2:00am Smash Cuts 2:30am Smash Cuts 3:00am Cops 3:25am Cops 4:40am Danger Coast 5:05am Danger Coast 5:30am Danger Coast


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SUNDAY 1st JANUARY New Year’s Day 6:00am

8:00am 9:45am

Rugby Highlights The Whole Ten Yards ITV Nightscreen ITV Morning News

Bear’s Wild Weekend with Jonathan Ross Bear Grylls is helping presenter and chatshow host Jonathan Ross to discover his inner Tarzan 10:00pm Hacks Channel 4’s first phone hacking comedy. Written by Drop the Dead Donkey and Outnumbered writer Guy Jenkins

11:05pm

Big Fat Quiz of the Year 2011 Another chance to see Jimmy Carr put a panel of A-list celebrities to the test

EVENING

BBC News Pages from Ceefax

12:55am 1:50am 3:25am 5:55am

9:00pm

PRIMETIME

1:25am 2:30am

9:45pm The Unforgettable Programme paying tribute to the legendary actor John Thaw 10:45pm ITV News and Weather The latest headlines from around the world. Followed by a national weather forecast. 11:00pm Analyze This Comedy about a Mafia don whose anxiety attacks force him to visit a psychiatrist.

EVENING

EVENING

10:00pm Match of the Day 2 Colin Murray is joined by Dion Dublin and John Hartson for highlights and analysis 11:00pm QI XL Stephen Fry asks unanswerable questions about a hodge-podge of topics beginning with the letter H 11:45pm Broken Flowers Comic drama about an ageing single man who receives an anonymous letter claiming that he has a child

Licence to Kill

1:30pm ITV News and Weather 1:40pm Inspector Morse 3:45pm Downton Abbey 5:45pm ITV News and Weather 6:00pm You’ve Been Framed! Harry Hill presents a special episode featuring the top 100 animal clips from You’ve Been Framed 7:00pm Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince Sixth film in the fantasy series. Harry and the gang confront the terrifying truth that Lord Voldemort is still alive

DAYTIME

8:00pm Great Barrier Reef Monty Halls explores Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, one of the natural wonders of the world 9:00pm A History of Ancient Britain Special: Orkney’s Stone Age Temple Neil Oliver explores a newly-discovered 5,000-year-old temple on Orkney.

11:00am

Arctic Tale The Bridge on the River Kwai

12:50pm Channel 4 Racing 3:20pm True Grit 5:45pm Channel 4 News 5:55pm 4thought.tv 6:00pm Deal or No Deal Noel Edmonds asks the allimportant question as contestants do battle with the Banker 7:00pm Come Dine with Me This brand new episode comes from Northern Ireland and the city of Londonderry/Derry. 8:00pm The Hotel Smash hit comedy-documentary series The Hotel returns with a new seaside location

PRIMETIME

PRIMETIME

EVENING

2:00am Weatherview 2:05am BBC News

MORNING

You Have Been Watching... David Croft From Dad’s Army to ‘Allo ‘Allo!, Are You Being Served? to It Ain’t Half Hot, Mum 7:30pm Dad’s Army Classic comedy about the Home Guard unit of Walmington-on-Sea.

PRIMETIME

Cold Mountain Drama adaptation of Charles Frazier’s epic novel. Set during the American Civil War

6:30pm

11:35pm

The Hoobs The Hoobs The Land Before Time

DAYTIME

7:10am Annabel’s Kitchen 7:25am Monk 7:30am My Phone Genie 7:50am Fort Boyard Ultimate Challenge 8:05am Scooby-Doo and the Cyber Chase 9:25am Beethoven

2:50pm

9:40pm Absolutely Fabulous In this special episode of the award-winning sitcom, Edina tries to prove that she has still got it 10:10pm BBC News The latest national and international news, with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide. 10:25pm BBC London News The latest news, sport and weather from London. 10:35pm Adele Live at the Royal Albert Hall Highlights from Adele’s live performance at the Royal Albert Hall on 21 September 2011

5:55am 6:20am 6:45am

6:00am 6:05am 6:15am 6:25am

Peppa Pig Roary the Racing Car Fifi and the Flowertots Fireman Sam

6:40am

DAYTIME

DAYTIME The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian 5:05pm BBC News 5:20pm BBC London News 5:30pm Bolt 7:00pm EastEnders Residents of the Square gather round a bedridden Pat 8:10pm Sherlock Contemporary crime drama, based on the stories by Arthur Conan Doyle.

6:00am Signed Stories 6:10am Fireman Sam 6:20am Boblins 6:35am Special Agent Oso 6:45am Special Agent Oso 7:00am Sooty

MORNING

12:50pm Songs of Praise 1:30pm Wallace and Gromit in the Curse of the Were-Rabbit

Bob The Builder Snowed Under: The Bobblesberg Winter Games 6:50am Mike the Knight 7:05am Who Let the Dogs Out? 7:35am Sam and Mark’s Big Wind Up 8:05am Junior Bake Off 8:35am Deadly 60 9:00am The Sarah Jane Adventures 9:55am Gun Fury 11:15am New Year’s Day Concert Live From Vienna 2012 12:40pm Dean Spanley 2:15pm Force 10 from Navarone 4:15pm The Archbishop of Canterbury’s New Year Message 4:20pm The Eagle Has Landed

MORNING

MORNING

6:00am Breakfast 8:40am Match of the Day 10:00am Winter Wipeout 11:00am Mousehunt 12:35pm BBC News 12:45pm The Archbishop of Canterbury’s New Year Message

1:10am American Football Live 4:45am That Paralympic Show 5:10am Post Modern Pastimes 5:25am Brothers and Sisters

Harry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs 6:50am Castle Farm 6:55am Igam Ogam 7:05am Roobarb and Custard Too 7:15am The Milkshake! Show 7:35am Make Way for Noddy 7:45am Bert and Ernie’s Great Adventures 7:50am Little Princess 8:05am Mio Mao 8:10am Olivia 8:25am Milkshake Monkey 8:30am The Adventures of Bottle Top Bill and His Best Friend Corky 8:40am Angelina Ballerina 8:45am Rupert Bear 9:05am Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom 9:15am The Mr. Men Show 9:30am Roary the Racing Car 9:40am Mist: Sheepdog Tales 10:00am Meals in Moments 10:20am Meerkat Manor 10:45am The Top 10 Aussie Soap Moments 2011 11:45am World’s Strongest Man 2011

12:45pm 2:50pm

Seven Brides for Seven Brothers The Wizard of Oz

4:55pm Return to Oz 6:55pm 5 News National and international news. 7:00pm World’s Strongest Man 2011 8:00pm An Audience with Dame Edna

9:15pm 1:10am 4:00am 4:10am 4:35am 5:00am 5:10am 5:35am 5:45am

Most Shocking Celebrity Moments 2011 Super Casino Meals in Moments Nick’s Quest Divine Designs Hana’s Helpline The Milkshake! Show Thomas and Friends Roary the Racing Car

6:00am Teleshopping 9:00am Star Trek: The Next Generation 10:00am Star Trek: The Next Generation 11:00am Star Trek: The Next Generation 12:00pm Star Trek: The Next Generation 1:00pm Star Trek: The Next Generation 2:00pm Kung Fu 4:00pm Jake 2.0 6:00pm Kung Fu: The Legend Continues 8:00pm La Femme Nikita 9:00pm Mission: Impossible: Ghost Protocol Special 10:00pm Mission: Impossible: Ghost Protocol Special 11:00pm Mission: Impossible: Ghost Protocol Special 2:00am To Serve and Protect 3:50am Kung Fu

5:30am Teleshopping 8:00am Charmed 9:00am Charmed 10:00am Dallas 11:00am Dallas 12:00pm Dallas 1:00pm Dallas 2:00pm Dallas 3:00pm Three Days 5:00pm A Very Married Christmas 7:00pm A Diva’s Christmas Carol 9:00pm CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 10:00pm CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 11:00pm CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 12:00am CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 1:00am CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 2:00am Models, Inc. 3:00am Ed 5:00am Teleshopping

6:00am Teleshopping 8:30am The Lord’s Challenge 9:00am Judge Judy 9:30am Judge Judy 10:00am Judge Judy 10:30am Judge Judy 11:00am Judge Judy 11:30am Judge Judy 12:00pm Judge Judy 12:30pm Judge Judy 1:00pm Judge Judy 1:30pm Judge Judy 3:00pm Bondi Rescue 3:30pm Bondi Rescue 4:00pm Bondi Rescue 4:30pm Bondi Rescue 5:00pm Cops 5:30pm Cops 6:00pm Cops 6:30pm Cops 7:00pm Forensic Investigators 8:00pm Forensic Investigators 9:00pm Forensic Investigators 1:00am Smash Cuts 1:30am Smash Cuts 2:00am Smash Cuts 2:30am Smash Cuts 3:00am Cops 4:40am Danger Coast 5:30am Danger Coast


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MONDAY 2nd JANUARY 6:00am 6:05am

6:00am 6:10am 6:20am 6:30am 6:45am 6:50am 6:55am 7:10am

Thomas and Friends The Wotwots! City of Friends Jelly Jamm Peppa Pig Castle Farm Little Princess The Mr. Men Show

7:20am 7:35am 7:40am 7:55am 8:10am 8:20am 8:30am 8:40am 8:55am

Thomas and Friends Milkshake Monkey Noddy in Toyland Fifi and the Flowertots Peppa Pig Peppa Pig Roary the Racing Car Bananas in Pyjamas Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom 9:05am Bert and Ernie’s Great Adventures 9:10am The Mr. Men Show 9:20am Milkshake! Christmas Songs 9:25am Hana’s Helpline 9:40am Mist: Sheepdog Tales 10:00am Inside Hollywood 10:05am Meerkat Manor 10:40am World’s Strongest Man 2011 11:40am 5 News Lunchtime 11:50am Custer of the West 2:35pm Magic Beyond Words: The JK Rowling Story

4:20pm

The Slipper and the Rose 7:00pm The Hotel Inspector Alex Polizzi transforms failing hotels across the UK. 8:00pm The Greatest Carry on Films 9:00pm Hitch Will Smith plays a professional “date doctor” - an emotional adviser who tries to help clients

11:25pm I Still Know What you Did Last Summer Chiller starring Jennifer Love Hewitt and Freddie Prinze Jr about a girl on holiday in the Bahamas

EVENING

5:55am

The Zone ITV Nightscreen The Jeremy Kyle Show ITV Morning News

PRIMETIME

1:40am 3:35am 4:55am

DAYTIME

EVENING

Revolutionary Road Drama based on Richard Yates’s acclaimed novel 11:50pm Hideous Kinky In the early 70s a young English mother of two arrives in Morocco in search of meaning and adventure 1:25am BBC News 4:20am Pages from Ceefax

5:25am Brothers and Sisters 6:10am The Treacle People 6:20am The Hoobs 6:45am The Hoobs 7:10am Freshly Squeezed 7:35am According to Jim 8:00am Everybody Loves Raymond 8:35am Everybody Loves Raymond 9:05am Frasier 9:35am Frasier 10:10am The Big Bang Theory 10:40am The Big Bang Theory 11:05am The Simpsons 11:40am The Simpsons 12:10pm Baby’s Day Out 2:00pm Von Ryan’s Express 4:15pm Deal or No Deal 5:15pm Channel 4 News 5:25pm 4thought.tv 5:30pm The Simpsons 6:00pm Hollyoaks Will Sam, Matt, Danny, Laurence and Louis actually move to London when a hot offer comes their way? 6:30pm The Channel 4 Mash Up 6:35pm The Million Pound Drop She’s an amazing host but how will Davina fare when she has to play the game itself? 6:55pm Come Dine with Me Without the benefit of caterers, event organisers and hired help... who will cook up a storm? 7:30pm Location, Location, Location Kirstie Allsopp teaches Alan Carr some of the tricks of the property trade. 7:55pm The Million Pound Drop Davina continues to face the drop, hosted by Phil Spencer. 8:15pm Come Dine with Me The Chelsea set continue without the benefit of caterers, event organisers and hired help. 8:45pm River Cottage Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall is joined at River Cottage by Channel 4 News presenter Jon Snow 9:05pm Countdown Jimmy Carr hosts the show while Sean Lock and Jon Richardson compete. 9:35pm The Million Pound Drop The Channel 4 Mash Up ends the special evening by returning to Davina 10:00pm The Bank Job Hosted by George Lamb, The Bank Job is a week-long, live game show 11:05pm The Angelos Neil Epithemiou Show 11:35pm Random Acts Channel 4’s nightly short-form arts strand, showcasing specially commissioned three-minute films 11:40pm Hacks Channel 4’s first phone hacking comedy. 12:45am Inputoutput 1:00am No, No, No 1:05am Coming Up 1:30am Jon Snow’s 2011 2:25am The Year the Earth Went Wild 3:20am Ozone 3:40am Brave New World with Stephen Hawking 4:35am St. Elsewhere 5:25am Brothers and Sisters

MORNING

6:35pm London Tonight A round-up of all the latest news in London and the South East, plus features, sport and local weath... (read more) 6:45pm ITV News and Weather The latest headlines from around the world. Followed by a national weather forecast. 7:00pm Emmerdale Charity is alarmed to be questioned by the police. Ashley considers a fresh start. 7:30pm Coronation Street Will Carla’s hatred of Frank cloud her judgement? Amber’s visit upsets a dejected Sophie. 8:00pm Cornwall with Caroline Quentin Caroline Quentin presents a new series which sees her travelling the length and breadth of Cornwall 8:30pm Coronation Street Will Sally respond to Frank’s advances? Eileen’s attempt at speed dating takes a disastrous turn. 9:00pm Endeavour New. In 1965, young Detective Constable Endeavour Morse has become disillusioned with the job 11:00pm ITV News at Ten and Weather The latest headlines from around the world. Followed by a national weather forecast 11:15pm Die Another Day While on assignment in North Korea, James Bond is captured by government agents and imprisoned

EVENING

EVENING

10:00pm

ITV News and Weather 2:00pm Poirot 3:55pm Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone

PRIMETIME

PRIMETIME

PRIMETIME

Dennis and Gnasher Two Brothers Win a Date with Tad Hamilton 12:25pm EastEnders Omnibus 3:00pm Real Rescues 3:45pm Flog It! 4:30pm Perfection 5:15pm Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is 6:00pm Eggheads Jeremy Vine hosts 6:30pm Great British Railway Journeys Michael Portillo takes to the tracks with a copy of George Bradshaw’s Victorian Railway Guidebook. 7:00pm Baking Made Easy Chef, baker and patissier Lorraine Pascale shares her secrets, passion and knowledge on baking 7:30pm A Question of Taste Kirsty Wark hosts the food quiz for foodies that don’t just know their onions, but grow and pickle them 8:00pm University Challenge In the first of their quarter-final matches Balliol College & Oxford plays Pembroke College, Cambridge 8:30pm An Island Parish Series following a year in the life of the most southerly islands of the Outer Hebrides 9:00pm Armando’s Tale of Charles Dickens Armando Iannucci examines the work of Charles Dickens.

1:45pm

DAYTIME

9:00am 9:15am 10:55am

10:00pm BBC News at Ten The latest national and international news, with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide. 10:10pm BBC London News The latest news, sport and weather from London. 10:20pm Match of the Day Gabby Logan is joined by guests Alan Hansen and Alan Shearer for highlights and analysis 11:30pm Point Break Action adventure. Undercover cop Johnny Utah pursues of a gang of bank robbers

1:25am Weatherview 1:30am Who Do You Think You Are? 2:30am Holby City 3:30am MasterChef: The Professionals 4:00am You’ve Been Scammed 4:45am BBC News

8:00am 8:30am

DAYTIME

DAYTIME

Mrs. Brown’s Boys Comedy series about a loudmouthed Irish matriarch and her family.

7:30am

Who Let the Dogs Out? Sam and Mark’s Big Wind Up Junior Bake Off Deadly 60

6:00am Supernormal 6:10am SpongeBob Squarepants 6:25am Generator Rex 6:55am Generator Rex 7:25am Generator Rex 7:55am Clifford’s Really Big Movie 9:25am Beethoven’s 2nd 11:00am You’ve Been Framed! 11:30am You’ve Got Mail

MORNING

7:00am

8:00pm EastEnders It is a dark day in Walford, and the whole Square is in shock as they come to terms with the loss of one of their own 8:30pm EastEnders After 25 years on the Square, Walford bids an emotional farewell to one of TV’s most iconic characters 9:00pm The Royal Bodyguard Comedy series. A routine shopping trip in London turns into a dangerous situation

9:30pm

Little Charley Bear The Adventures of Abney and Teal 6:20am Raa Raa the Noisy Lion 6:30am Octonauts 6:45am Mike the Knight

MORNING

MORNING

6:00am Breakfast 9:00am Wanted Down Under 9:45am Homes Under the Hammer 10:45am Saints and Scroungers 11:30am Britain’s Empty Homes 12:00pm Bargain Hunt 12:45pm BBC News 1:00pm BBC London News 1:10pm Race to Witch Mountain 2:45pm Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit 4:30pm Final Score 5:10pm BBC News 5:25pm BBC London News 5:35pm Celebrity Mastermind 6:05pm Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull Action adventure.

1:20am 4:00am 4:10am 4:55am 5:10am 5:35am

Super Casino Meals in Moments Grey’s Anatomy County Secrets Wildlife SOS Wildlife SOS

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6:00am Teleshopping 9:00am Gunsmoke 11:00am Star Trek: The Next Generation 12:00pm Mission: Impossible: Ghost Protocol Special 1:00pm Kung Fu: 2:00pm Walker, Texas Ranger 3:00pm The Sentinel 4:00pm Mission: Impossible: Ghost Protocol Special 5:00pm Star Trek: The Next Generation 6:00pm The District 7:00pm Walker, Texas Ranger 8:00pm Star Trek: 9:00pm NCIS 10:00pm Walker, Texas Ranger 11:00pm Kung Fu: 12:00am NCIS 1:00am Gunsmoke 2:00am Gunsmoke 3:00am D.I.C.E. 4:55am F/X

5:00am Teleshopping 8:00am Dallas 9:00am Dynasty 10:00am Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman 11:00am JAG 12:00pm Boston Legal 1:00pm Dallas 2:00pm Dr. Quinn, 3:00pm Jake and the Fatman 4:00pm Judge Judy 5:00pm JAG 6:00pm Judging Amy 7:00pm Touched by an Angel 8:00pm Boston Legal 9:00pm CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 10:00pm Bad Girls 10:50pm Dallas 11:50pm CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 12:50am Bad Girls 1:40am Judge Judy 2:40am Falcon Crest 3:40am Melrose Place 5:00am Teleshopping

6:00am Teleshopping 9:00am Obese at 16: A Life in the Balance 10:00am Boy in a Bubble 11:00am Judge Judy 11:30am Judge Judy 12:00pm Judge Judy 12:30pm Judge Judy 1:00pm Judge Judy 1:30pm Judge Judy 3:00pm Bondi Rescue 3:30pm Bondi Rescue 4:00pm Bondi Rescue 4:30pm Bondi Rescue 5:00pm 48 Hrs 6:00pm 48 Hrs 7:00pm 48 Hrs 8:00pm Jail 8:30pm Jail 9:00pm Jail 9:30pm Jail 10:00pm Jail 1:00am Smash Cuts 1:30am Smash Cuts 2:00am Smash Cuts 2:30am Smash Cuts 3:00am 48 Hrs 3:50am 48 Hrs 4:40am 48 Hrs 5:30am Judge Judy


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The Biggest Loser Davina McCall presents a brand new series of the weight-loss competition

10:00pm The Bank Job Hosted by George Lamb, The Bank Job is a week-long, live game show 11:05pm Felix and Murdo Ben Miller and Alexander Armstrong star in this one-off comedy, written by Simon Nye 11:40pm The Armstrong and Miller Show A look at some of the best bits from Alexander Armstrong and Ben Miller’s Channel 4 sketch show.

6:00am Thomas and Friends 6:10am The Wotwots! 6:20am City of Friends 6:30am Jelly Jamm 6:45am Peppa Pig 6:50am Castle Farm 6:55am Little Princess 7:10am The Mr. Men Show 7:20am Thomas and Friends 7:35am Olivia 7:45am Noddy in Toyland 7:55am Fifi and the Flowertots 8:10am Mio Mao 8:15am Peppa Pig 8:20am Peppa Pig 8:25am Milkshake Monkey 8:30am Roary the Racing Car 8:40am Bananas in Pyjamas 8:55am Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom 9:05am Bert and Ernie’s Great Adventures

9:10am 9:25am 9:45am 10:00am 10:30am 11:00am 12:00pm 12:10pm 1:40pm 3:20pm

The Mr. Men Show Hana’s Helpline Mist: Sheepdog Tales Meerkat Manor Monkey Life Ice Road Truckers 5 News Lunchtime Apache Drums Avenging Angel Mystery Woman: Redemption 5:00pm 5 News at 5 5:30pm Chinese Food in Minutes 6:00pm Eddie Stobart: Trucks, Trailers and Tinsel The observational documentary about the iconic Eddie Stobart trucking company returns 6:55pm 5 News National and international news. 7:00pm Charley Boorman’s Extreme Frontiers Travel show. Charley’s Canadian odyssey starts in the most easterly point of Newfoundland 8:00pm Cowboy Builders Dom Littlewood and Melinda Messenger track down the UK’s most terrible tradesmen 9:00pm XIII: The Conspiracy Tense thriller charting the fallout from the assassination of the USA’s first female president.

10:00pm

The Zone Crossing Jordan ITV Nightscreen ITV Morning News

12:15am 12:20am 2:00am

Random Acts Kung Fu Hustle Brief Encounters of the Sporting Mind 2:05am KOTV Boxing Weekly 2:30am FIVB World Beach Volleyball Tour 3:25am Extreme Sailing Series 3:50am Mobil 1 The Grid 4:15am GT Academy 4:40am Brave New World with Stephen Hawking 5:35am Scrapheap Challenge

EVENING

12:15am 2:50am 3:35am 5:30am

EVENING

EVENING

ITV News at Ten and Weather The latest headlines from around the world. Followed by a national weather forecast 10:35pm American Pie Presents Band Camp Teen comedy sequel. A college student takes a graduation day prank too far

Deal or No Deal Celebrity Come Dine with Me 6:00pm The Simpsons Animated comedy series 6:30pm Hollyoaks Cindy gets her comeuppances when the bailiffs show up to seize her assets 7:00pm Channel 4 News Includes sport and weather. 7:55pm 4thought.tv ‘Tis the season to be sinful. 8:00pm The Fat Fighters Overindulged this Christmas? Want to get fit once and for all? 9:00pm Accused: The 74 Stone Babysitter The story of one of the most incredible murder trials America has witnessed.

PRIMETIME

9:00pm

4:00pm 5:00pm

DAYTIME

River Monsters New series of the show 8:00pm Celebrity Who Wants to be a Millionaire? Chris Tarrant presents a special New Year edition of the game show.

PRIMETIME

PRIMETIME

EVENING

9:00pm King George and Queen Mary: The Royals Who Rescued The Monarchy A two-part portrait of Elizabeth II’s grandparents, King George V and Queen Mary 10:00pm Have I Got Old News for You Another chance to see the prizewinning comedy quiz show that grills celebrity contestants 10:30pm Newsnight In-depth investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day’s headlines with Jeremy Paxman. 11:20pm Charlie Brooker’s 2011 Wipe Charlie Brooker takes a comedic look back at the hectic events of 2011 12:20am BBC News 4:15am Pages from Ceefax

7:30pm

5:25am Brothers and Sisters 6:10am The Hoobs 6:35am The Hoobs 7:00am Freshly Squeezed 7:30am Perfect Couples 7:50am According to Jim 8:20am Everybody Loves Raymond 8:50am Everybody Loves Raymond 9:20am Frasier 9:55am Frasier 10:25am The Big Bang Theory 10:55am Undercover Boss Australia 11:55am Dreamer 1:55pm Casablanca

MORNING

DAYTIME

1:30pm ITV News and Weather 2:00pm Dickinson’s Real Deal 3:00pm Lewis 5:00pm The Chase 6:00pm London Tonight Nina Hossain with a round-up of all the latest news in London and the South East 6:30pm ITV News and Weather The latest headlines from around the world. Followed by a national weather forecast. 7:00pm Emmerdale Ashley is prepared to go to great lengths to save his marriage. Jai starts to worry about Nikhil

MORNING

DAYTIME

PRIMETIME

The Graham Norton Show Graham Norton presents a compilation of the best guests and moments from recent series 12:20am Weatherview 12:25am Frozen Planet 1:25am James May’s Man Lab 2:25am MasterChef: The Professionals 3:25am You’ve Been Scammed 4:10am BBC News

One Man and his Campervan 1:30pm To Buy or Not to Buy 2:15pm The Weakest Link 3:00pm Real Rescues 3:45pm Flog It! 4:30pm Perfection 5:15pm Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is 6:00pm Eggheads Jeremy Vine hosts 6:30pm Great British Railway Journeys Michael Portillo takes to the tracks with a copy of George Bradshaw’s Victorian Railway Guidebook. 7:00pm Hairy Bikers’ Best of British The bikers continue their culinary journey through time as they celebrate British food. 8:00pm Nature’s Weirdest Events In the first programme of this two-part series, Chris Packham takes us around the world

6:00am Daybreak 8:30am Lorraine 9:25am The Jeremy Kyle Show 10:30am This Morning 11:25am ITV News 11:30am This Morning 12:30pm Loose Women

1:00pm

9:00pm Public Enemies Drama exploring the relationship between a convicted murderer and his probation officer. 10:00pm BBC News at Ten The latest national and international news, with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide. 10:25pm BBC Weather The latest weather forecast. 10:35pm Lee Mack Going Out Live Stand-up comedy from comedian Lee Mack, writer and star of Not Going Out.

11:35pm

Little Charley Bear The Adventures of Abney and Teal 6:20am Raa Raa the Noisy Lion 6:30am Octonauts 6:45am Dipdap 6:50am Mike the Knight 7:00am Roar 7:30am Trust Me I’m a Genie 7:40am Eliot Kid 7:55am Newsround 8:00am Copycats 8:25am Iconicles 8:50am Lulu Zipadoo 9:05am Tinga Tinga Tales 9:20am The Large Family 9:35am Guess with Jess 9:45am Charlie and Lola 9:55am Louie 10:05am Hoof and Safety with Nuzzle and Scratch 10:25am 64 Zoo Lane 10:40am Wibbly Pig 10:50am Pingu 10:55am Waybuloo 11:20am In the Night Garden 11:50am A Goofy Movie

MORNING

DAYTIME

6:00pm BBC News at Six The latest national and international news stories from the BBC News team, followed by weather. 6:30pm BBC London News The latest news, sport and weather from London. 7:00pm Celebrity Mastermind Chef Michel Roux Jr, actress Jessica Hynes, Politics Show presenter Jon Sopel 7:30pm EastEnders Denise takes a stand against Phil with a very public campaign, but what will Phil say? 8:00pm Holby City Eddi is fragile after a heavy New Year’s celebration, but Luc is not amused by her attitude

TUESDAY 3rd JANUARY 6:00am 6:05am

MORNING

6:00am Breakfast 9:15am Wanted Down Under 10:00am Homes Under the Hammer 11:00am Saints and Scroungers 11:45am Britain’s Empty Homes 12:15pm Bargain Hunt 1:00pm BBC News at One 1:30pm BBC London News 1:45pm Doctors 2:15pm Escape to the Country 3:00pm BBC News 3:05pm Deadly 360 3:35pm Splatalot 4:00pm Roy 4:30pm Pixelface 5:00pm Newsround 5:15pm Pointless

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11:50pm The True Story Documentary exploring the real-life CIA history that inspired the Jason Bourne movies. 12:35am Comedy Kings 1:05am Super Casino 4:00am Meals in Moments 4:10am Michaela’s Wild Challenge 4:35am Michaela’s Wild Challenge 5:00am County Secrets 5:10am Wildlife SOS 5:35am Wildlife SOS

6:00am Teleshopping 9:00am Gunsmoke 11:00am Star Trek: The Next Generation 12:00pm Mission: Impossible: 1:00pm Kung Fu: The Legend Continues 2:00pm Walker, Texas Ranger 3:00pm The Sentinel 4:00pm Mission: Impossible: 5:00pm Star Trek: The Next Generation 6:00pm The District 7:00pm Walker, Texas Ranger 8:00pm Star Trek: The Next Generation 9:00pm NCIS 10:00pm Walker, Texas Ranger 11:00pm Kung Fu: 12:00am NCIS 1:00am Gunsmoke 2:00am Gunsmoke 3:00am D.I.C.E. 4:55am F/X

5:00am Teleshopping 8:00am Dallas 9:00am Dynasty 10:00am Touched by an Angel 11:00am JAG 12:00pm Boston Legal 1:00pm Dallas 2:00pm Touched by an Angel 3:00pm Jake and the Fatman 4:00pm Judge Judy 5:00pm JAG 6:00pm Judging Amy 7:00pm Touched by an Angel 8:00pm Boston Legal 9:00pm CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 10:00pm Bad Girls 10:50pm Dallas 11:50pm CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 12:50am Bad Girls 1:40am Judge Judy 2:10am Judge Judy 2:40am Falcon Crest 3:40am Melrose Place 5:00am Teleshopping

6:00am Teleshopping 9:00am Surf Patrol 9:30am Judge Judy 10:30am Beach Patrol 11:00am Missing Persons Unit 12:00pm Real Rescues 1:00pm Judge Judy 1:30pm Judge Judy 3:00pm The Doctors 4:00pm Final Justice with Erin Brockovich 5:00pm Missing Persons Unit 6:00pm Real Rescues 7:00pm Cops 7:30pm Cops 8:00pm 48 Hrs 9:00pm Unsolved Mysteries 10:00pm Crime Stories 11:00pm Jerry Springer 11:50pm Jerry Springer 12:40am Unsolved Mysteries 1:40am 48 Hrs 2:40am Crime Stories 3:35am Cops 4:00am Cops 4:25am Scary but True 5:15am Crossing Over with John Edward 5:35am Crossing Over with John Edward


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WEDNESDAY 4th JANUARY

8:30pm

10:10pm

ITV News at Ten and Weather The latest headlines from around the world. Followed by a national weather forecast 10:45pm Practical Magic Supernatural romantic comedy about two sisters from a long line of witches

4:00am 5:30am

The Zone Balto III: Wings of Change ITV Nightscreen ITV Morning News

12:15am

Launched at Red Bull Studios 12:30am The Album Chart Show Introduces... 12:45am Night Walking 12:50am Coming Up 1:15am Strange Little Girls 1:30am Highwaymen 2:50am The Guides 3:05am Mummifying Alan: Egypt’s Last Secret 4:35am Hugh’s Big Fish Fight 5:30am Brothers and Sisters

EVENING

EVENING

12:35am 2:40am

The Fabulous Baker Brothers Viewers can beat the January gloom by immersing themselves in a delicious world of flour, fire and food 9:00pm One Born Every Minute With new lives beginning and others changing forever: the most emotionally charged documentary series 10:00pm The Bank Job Hosted by George Lamb, The Bank Job is a week-long, live game show 11:05pm Random Acts Channel 4’s nightly short-form arts strand, showcasing specially commissioned three-minute films 11:10pm Bear’s Wild Weekend with Jonathan Ross Bear Grylls is helping presenter and chatshow host Jonathan Ross to discover his inner Tarzan

PRIMETIME

PRIMETIME

ITV News This Morning Loose Women ITV News and Weather 2:00pm Dickinson’s Real Deal 3:00pm Lewis 5:00pm The Chase 6:00pm London Tonight Nina Hossain with a round-up of all the latest news in London and the South East 6:30pm ITV News and Weather The latest headlines from around the world. Followed by a national weather forecast. 7:00pm Emmerdale Buoyed up by Charity’s support, Jai gives Cain a warning. Jimmy is suspicious about Carl 7:30pm Harry Hill’s TV Burp Strap in for another rollicking, rip-roaring ride through past TV Burps 8:00pm Mamma Mia! Exuberant musical based on the hit stage show featuring the music of ABBA.

Scrapheap Challenge The Hoobs The Hoobs Freshly Squeezed Perfect Couples According to Jim Everybody Loves Raymond 9:10am Everybody Loves Raymond 9:40am Frasier 10:15am The Big Bang Theory 10:40am Undercover Boss Australia 11:40am The Love Bug 1:50pm Tobruk 4:00pm Deal or No Deal 5:00pm Celebrity Come Dine with Me 6:00pm The Simpsons Animated comedy series 6:30pm Hollyoaks Banged up together in a cell, Jacqui, Carmel, Myra, Lynsey, Cheryl and Nancy blame Cindy. 7:00pm Channel 4 News Includes sport and weather. 7:55pm 4thought.tv ‘Tis the season to be sinful. For most of us the last few weeks have meant stuffing ourselves silly 8:00pm How to Cook Like Heston Heston Blumenthal takes off his chef whites and steps into a domestic kitchen

DAYTIME

11:25am 11:30am 12:30pm 1:30pm

5:35am 6:30am 6:55am 7:20am 7:50am 8:15am 8:40am

MORNING

DAYTIME

3:00pm Real Rescues 3:45pm Flog It! 4:30pm Perfection 5:15pm Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is 6:00pm Eggheads Jeremy Vine hosts 6:30pm Great British Railway Journeys Michael Portillo takes to the tracks with a copy of George Bradshaw’s Victorian Railway Guidebook. 7:00pm Hairy Bikers’ Best of British The bikers continue their culinary journey through time as they celebrate British food. 8:00pm Nature’s Weirdest Events The second in this two-part series about the weirdest natural events on the planet 9:00pm King George and Queen Mary: The Royals Who Rescued The Monarchy A two-part portrait of Elizabeth II’s grandparents, King George V and Queen Mary

10:00pm Mock the Week Topical comedy combining the best elements of panel show, stand-up and improvised games. 10:30pm Newsnight In-depth investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day’s headlines with Jeremy Paxman. 11:20pm Three Men Go to New England Rory McGrath, Griff Rhys Jones and Dara Ó Briain head to America 12:20am An Island Parish 12:50am BBC News 4:10am Pages from Ceefax

MORNING

10:30am

The Jeremy Kyle Show This Morning

EVENING

Weatherview World’s Most Dangerous Roads 2:50am Bible’s Buried Secrets 3:50am MasterChef: The Professionals 4:50am BBC News

9:25am

PRIMETIME

EVENING

1:45am 1:50am

6:00am Daybreak 8:30am Lorraine

DAYTIME

PRIMETIME

11:45pm Tombstone Gripping, action-packed account of the battle for law and order in the Old West.

Little Charley Bear The Adventures of Abney and Teal 6:20am Raa Raa the Noisy Lion 6:30am Octonauts 6:45am Dipdap 6:50am Mike the Knight 7:00am Roar 7:30am Trust Me I’m a Genie 7:40am Eliot Kid 7:55am Newsround 8:00am Copycats 8:25am LazyTown 8:50am Lulu Zipadoo 9:05am Tinga Tinga Tales 9:20am The Large Family 9:35am Guess with Jess 9:45am Charlie and Lola 10:00am Hoof and Safety with Nuzzle and Scratch 10:20am 64 Zoo Lane 10:30am Wibbly Pig 10:40am Waybuloo 11:00am In the Night Garden 11:30am McCinsey’s Island 1:00pm One Man and his Campervan 1:30pm To Buy or Not to Buy 2:15pm The Weakest Link

MORNING

DAYTIME

8:00pm Countryfile Adam Henson takes a look back through the Countryfile archives from his farm in the Cotswolds 9:00pm Public Enemies Drama series. Convicted murderer Eddie Mottram claims he is an innocent man 10:00pm BBC News at Ten The latest national and international news, with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide. 10:25pm BBC London News The latest news, sport and weather from London. 10:35pm The National Lottery Wednesday Night Draws Jenni Falconer presents the National Lottery Wednesday night draws, including Thunderball and Lotto. 10:45pm Match of the Day Gabby Logan is joined by Alan Hansen and Mark Lawrenson for highlights

6:00am 6:05am

MORNING

6:00am Breakfast 9:15am Wanted Down Under 10:00am Homes Under the Hammer 11:00am Saints and Scroungers 11:45am Britain’s Empty Homes 12:15pm Bargain Hunt 1:00pm BBC News at One 1:30pm BBC London News 1:45pm Doctors 2:15pm Escape to the Country 3:00pm BBC News 3:05pm Deadly 360 3:35pm Splatalot 4:00pm Roy 4:30pm My Life 5:00pm Newsround 5:15pm Pointless 6:00pm BBC News at Six The latest national and international news stories from the BBC News team, followed by weather. 6:30pm BBC London News The latest news, sport and weather from London. 7:00pm Celebrity Mastermind Countdown’s Rachel Riley, designer Wayne Hemingway, comedian Miles Jupp 7:30pm Fake Britain Dominic Littlewood investigates scams and counterfeit goods.

6:00am 6:10am 6:20am 6:30am 6:45am 6:50am 6:55am 7:10am 7:20am 7:35am 7:45am 7:55am 8:05am 8:15am 8:20am 8:25am 8:30am 8:40am 8:55am

Thomas and Friends The Wotwots! City of Friends Jelly Jamm Peppa Pig Castle Farm Little Princess The Mr. Men Show Thomas and Friends Olivia Noddy in Toyland Fifi and the Flowertots Mio Mao Peppa Pig Peppa Pig Peppa Pig Roary the Racing Car Bananas in Pyjamas Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom 9:05am Bert and Ernie’s Great Adventures 9:10am The Mr. Men Show 9:25am Hana’s Helpline 9:45am Mist: Sheepdog Tales 10:00am Animal Rescue Squad 10:20am Meerkat Manor 10:50am Ice Road Truckers 11:50am 5 News Lunchtime 11:55am Six Black Horses 1:35pm The Witches of Oz 3:15pm A Girl Like Me: The Gwen Araujo Story 5:30pm Chinese Food in Minutes 6:00pm Eddie Stobart: Trucks and Trailers Documentary series lifting the lid on the fascinating world of the legendary Eddie Stobart haulage company 6:55pm 5 News National and international news. 7:00pm Charley Boorman’s Extreme Frontiers Travel show. Charley gets on his bike and heads for the Big Muddy Badlands 8:00pm The True Story Documentary examining the shark attacks in New Jersey in 1916, believed to have influenced Jaws. 9:00pm Beowulf Digitally rendered epic based on the Old English poem of the same name.

11:15pm

Hollow Man II Science fiction thriller. A Seattle detective attempts to protect the life of a scientist

1:05am The Big Game 2:00am Super Casino 3:55am Animal Rescue Squad 4:10am Michaela’s Wild Challenge 4:35am Michaela’s Wild Challenge 5:00am County Secrets 5:10am Wildlife SOS 5:35am Wildlife SOS

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6:00am Teleshopping 9:00am Gunsmoke 11:00am Star Trek: The Next Generation 12:00pm Mission: Impossible: 1:00pm Kung Fu: The Legend Continues 2:00pm Walker, Texas Ranger 3:00pm The Sentinel 4:00pm Mission: Impossible: 5:00pm Star Trek: The Next Generation 6:00pm The District 7:00pm Walker, Texas Ranger 8:00pm Star Trek: The Next Generation 9:00pm NCIS 10:00pm Walker, Texas Ranger 11:00pm Kung Fu: 12:00am NCIS 1:00am Gunsmoke 2:00am Gunsmoke 3:00am Without Warning 4:40am F/X

5:00am Teleshopping 8:00am Dallas 9:00am Dynasty 10:00am Touched by an Angel 11:00am JAG 12:00pm Boston Legal 1:00pm Dallas 2:00pm Touched by an Angel 3:00pm Jake and the Fatman 4:00pm Judge Judy 4:30pm Judge Judy 5:00pm JAG 6:00pm Judging Amy 7:00pm Touched by an Angel 8:00pm Boston Legal 9:00pm CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 10:00pm Bad Girls 10:50pm Dallas 11:50pm CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 12:50am Bad Girls 1:40am Judge Judy 2:40am Falcon Crest 3:40am Melrose Place 5:00am Teleshopping

6:00am Teleshopping 9:00am Surf Patrol 9:30am Judge Judy 10:00am Judge Judy 10:30am Beach Patrol 11:00am Missing Persons Unit 12:00pm Real Rescues 1:00pm Judge Judy 1:30pm Judge Judy 3:00pm The Doctors 4:00pm Final Justice with Erin Brockovich 5:00pm Missing Persons Unit 6:00pm Real Rescues 7:00pm Cops 7:30pm Cops 8:00pm 48 Hrs 9:00pm Unsolved Mysteries 10:00pm Crime Stories 11:00pm Jerry Springer 12:40am Unsolved Mysteries 1:40am 48 Hrs 2:40am Crime Stories 3:35am Cops 4:00am Cops 4:25am Scary but True 5:15am Crossing Over with John Edward 5:35am Crossing Over with John Edward


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DAYTIME PRIMETIME

12:40am The Zone 2:45am Tonight 3:10am ITV Nightscreen 4:30am The Jeremy Kyle Show 5:30am ITV Morning News

11:05pm Random Acts Channel 4’s nightly short-form arts strand, showcasing specially commissioned three-minute films 11:10pm Accused: The 74 Stone Babysitter The story of one of the most incredible murder trials America has witnessed. 12:15am Launched at Red Bull Studios 12:30am Alex Zane Pops Out 1:00am A Man Apart 2:50am Whatever Turns You On 2:55am The Shooting Gallery 3:05am Soft 3:20am Attack of the Trip Advisors 4:15am Hugh’s Big Fish Fight 5:10am Brothers and Sisters 5:55am Sali Mali

EVENING

EVENING

Meet Britain’s Chinese Tiger Mums: A Wonderland Film In terms of academic achievement, British Chinese children are the most successful ethnic group in the world 10:00pm Never Mind the Buzzcocks Anarchic, award-winning pop quiz. Team captains Noel Fielding and Phill Jupitus 10:30pm Newsnight In-depth investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day’s headlines with Emily Maitlis. 11:20pm Three Men Go to New England Rory McGrath, Griff Rhys Jones and Dara O Briain head to America to join a birthday party flotilla 12:20am BBC News 4:10am Pages from Ceefax

Thomas and Friends The Wotwots!

6:20am 6:30am 6:45am 6:50am 6:55am 7:10am 7:20am 7:35am 7:55am 8:10am 8:20am 8:30am

City of Friends Jelly Jamm Peppa Pig Castle Farm Little Princess The Mr. Men Show Thomas and Friends Noddy in Toyland Fifi and the Flowertots Peppa Pig Peppa Pig Roary the Racing Car

8:40am 8:55am

10:00pm

9:00pm

ITV News at Ten and Weather The latest headlines from around the world. Followed by a national weather forecast 10:35pm Tightrope Tense thriller in which a New Orleans detective is forced to confront the dark side of his own personality

Deal or No Deal Celebrity Come Dine with Me 6:00pm The Simpsons Animated comedy series 6:30pm Hollyoaks As Ruby eagerly anticipates her 16th birthday, Cheryl makes an announcement about her new direction. 7:00pm Channel 4 News Includes sport and weather. 7:55pm 4thought.tv ‘Tis the season to be sinful. For most of us the last few weeks have meant stuffing ourselves silly 8:00pm Location, Location, Location Kirstie and Phil return for a brand new series, tackling more property problems 9:00pm Restoration Man Architect George Clarke returns for a second series of Restoration Man 10:00pm The Bank Job Hosted by George Lamb, The Bank Job is a week-long, live game show

6:00am 6:10am

MORNING

5:30am Brothers and Sisters 6:15am Sali Mali 6:20am The Treacle People 6:30am The Hoobs 6:55am The Hoobs 7:20am Freshly Squeezed 7:45am Perfect Couples 8:10am According to Jim 8:40am Everybody Loves Raymond 9:05am Everybody Loves Raymond 9:35am Frasier 10:05am The Big Bang Theory 10:35am Undercover Boss Australia 11:40am A Challenge for Robin Hood 1:35pm The Cruel Sea

4:00pm 5:00pm

PRIMETIME

7:30pm Tonight A time when many people are embarking on a post-Christmas diet or renewing their gym membership 8:00pm Emmerdale Cain’s attacker is revealed. Aaron’s urge for revenge has not cooled. 8:30pm Coronation Street Sally’s loyalty takes Frank by surprise. Eileen puts her heart on the line - but will Paul respond? 9:00pm Eternal Law New six-part drama series from Ashley Pharoah and Matthew Graham about two angels

DAYTIME

3:55am

Skiing Weatherview Countryfile Antiques Roadshow Britain’s Hidden Heritage BBC News

10:30am This Morning 11:25am ITV News 11:30am This Morning 12:30pm Loose Women 1:30pm ITV News and Weather 2:00pm Dickinson’s Real Deal 3:00pm Lewis 5:00pm The Chase 6:00pm London Tonight Nina Hossain with a round-up of all the latest news in London and the South East 6:30pm ITV News and Weather The latest headlines from around the world. Followed by a national weather forecast. 7:00pm Emmerdale Aaron’s rage boils over as he attempts to take revenge on Jai.

MORNING

12:50am 12:55am 1:55am 2:55am

6:00am Daybreak 8:30am Lorraine 9:25am The Jeremy Kyle Show

EVENING

EVENING

Under the Tuscan Sun Bittersweet romance about a thirtysomething San Francisco divorcee who finds a new lease of life

PRIMETIME

11:05pm

DAYTIME

PRIMETIME

10:00pm BBC News at Ten The latest national and international news, with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide. 10:25pm BBC London News The latest news, sport and weather from London. 10:35pm Absolutely Fabulous In this special episode of the award-winning sitcom, Edina tries to prove that she has still got it

Little Charley Bear The Adventures of Abney and Teal 6:20am Raa Raa the Noisy Lion 6:30am Octonauts 6:45am Dipdap 6:50am Mike the Knight 7:00am Roar 7:30am Trust Me I’m a Genie 7:40am Eliot Kid 7:55am Newsround 8:00am Copycats 8:25am LazyTown 8:50am Lulu Zipadoo 9:05am Tinga Tinga Tales 9:20am The Large Family 9:35am Guess with Jess 9:45am Charlie and Lola 10:00am Hoof and Safety with Nuzzle and Scratch 10:20am 64 Zoo Lane 10:30am Wibbly Pig 10:40am Waybuloo 11:00am In the Night Garden 11:30am Darby O’Gill and the Little People 1:00pm One Man and his Campervan 1:30pm To Buy or Not to Buy 2:15pm The Weakest Link 3:00pm Real Rescues 3:45pm Flog It! 4:30pm Perfection 5:15pm Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is 6:00pm Eggheads Jeremy Vine hosts 6:30pm Great British Railway Journeys Michael Portillo takes to the tracks with a copy of George Bradshaw’s Victorian Railway Guidebook. 7:00pm Great British Food Revival A series in which ten of the BBC’s best-known chefs and cooks are on a mission 7:30pm Top Gear In the 2011 Top Gear special, Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May set out to boost the British economy

MORNING

DAYTIME

8:00pm Earthflight Documentary series giving a bird’s-eye view of some of the world’s greatest natural spectacles. 9:00pm Public Enemies Drama series. Eddie wants to fight his miscarriage of justice

THURSDAY 5th JANUARY 6:00am 6:05am

MORNING

6:00am Breakfast 9:15am Wanted Down Under 10:00am Homes Under the Hammer 11:00am Saints and Scroungers 11:45am Britain’s Empty Homes 12:15pm Bargain Hunt 1:00pm BBC News at One 1:30pm BBC London News 1:45pm Doctors 2:15pm Escape to the Country 3:00pm BBC News 3:05pm Deadly 360 3:35pm Splatalot 4:00pm Roy 4:30pm Leonardo 5:00pm Newsround 5:15pm Pointless 6:00pm BBC News at Six The latest national and international news stories from the BBC News team, followed by weather. 6:30pm BBC London News The latest news, sport and weather from London. 7:00pm Celebrity Mastermind Singer and 60s icon Sandie Shaw, actor Neil Dudgeon, comedian Stewart Francis 7:30pm EastEnders Denise takes matters into her own hands, but how far is she prepared to go?

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Bananas in Pyjamas Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom 9:05am Bert and Ernie’s Great Adventures 9:10am The Mr. Men Show 9:25am Hana’s Helpline 9:45am Mist: Sheepdog Tales 10:00am Animal Rescue Squad 10:15am Meerkat Manor 10:45am Ice Road Truckers 11:45am 5 News Lunchtime 11:55am Showdown at Abilene 1:35pm The Witches of Oz 3:15pm Devil Winds 5:00pm Five News 5:30pm Chinese Food in Minutes 6:00pm Eddie Stobart: Trucks and Trailers Documentary series lifting the lid on the fascinating world of the legendary Eddie Stobart 7:00pm Charley Boorman’s Extreme Frontiers Travel show. Continuing his journey west, Charley crosses into Alberta 8:00pm Building the Ice Hotel This film follows artistic director Ake Larson and architect Arne Bergh

9:00pm Celebrity Big Brother The launch of another exciting series of Celebrity Big Brother. 10:00pm Celebrity Big Brother’s Bit on the Side Emma Willis hosts a round-up of Big Brother-related news and debate 12:00am Super Casino 4:00am Animal Rescue Squad 4:10am Michaela’s Wild Challenge 4:35am Michaela’s Wild Challenge 4:55am County Secrets 5:10am Wildlife SOS 5:35am Wildlife SOS

6:00am Teleshopping 9:00am Gunsmoke 11:00am Star Trek: The Next Generation 12:00pm Mission: Impossible: 1:00pm Kung Fu: The Legend Continues 2:00pm Walker, Texas Ranger 3:00pm The Sentinel 4:00pm Mission: Impossible: 5:00pm Star Trek: The Next Generation 6:00pm The District 7:00pm Walker, Texas Ranger 8:00pm Star Trek: The Next Generation 9:00pm NCIS 10:00pm Walker, Texas Ranger 11:00pm Kung Fu: 12:00am NCIS 1:00am Gunsmoke 2:00am Gunsmoke 3:00am Knights 4:35am F/X

5:00am Teleshopping 8:00am Dallas 9:00am Dynasty 10:00am Touched by an Angel 11:00am JAG 12:00pm Boston Legal 1:00pm Dallas 2:00pm Touched by an Angel 3:00pm Jake and the Fatman 4:00pm Judge Judy 4:30pm Judge Judy 5:00pm JAG 6:00pm Judging Amy 7:00pm Touched by an Angel 8:00pm Boston Legal 9:00pm CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 10:00pm Bad Girls 10:50pm Dallas 11:50pm CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 12:50am Bad Girls 1:40am Judge Judy 2:40am Falcon Crest 3:40am Melrose Place 5:00am Teleshopping

6:00am Teleshopping 9:00am Surf Patrol 9:30am Judge Judy 10:00am Judge Judy 10:30am Beach Patrol 11:00am Missing Persons Unit 12:00pm Real Rescues 1:00pm Judge Judy 1:30pm Judge Judy 3:00pm The Doctors 4:00pm Final Justice with Erin Brockovich 5:00pm Missing Persons Unit 6:00pm Real Rescues 7:00pm Cops 7:30pm Cops 8:00pm 48 Hrs 9:00pm Unsolved Mysteries 10:00pm Crime Stories 11:00pm Jerry Springer 12:40am Unsolved Mysteries 1:40am 48 Hrs 2:40am Crime Stories 3:35am Cops 4:25am America’s Dumbest Criminals 5:15am Crossing Over with John Edward 5:35am Crossing Over with John Edward


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FRIDAY 6th JANUARY Three Kings Day

Tora! Tora! Tora! Deal or No Deal Celebrity Come Dine with Me 6:00pm The Simpsons Animated comedy series 6:30pm Hollyoaks Ruby is desperate to interest the cool sixth form gang in coming to her 16th birthday party.

7:00pm Channel 4 News Includes sport and weather. 7:25pm 4thought.tv ‘Tis the season to be sinful. For most of us the last few weeks have meant stuffing ourselves silly 7:30pm Come Dine with Me In this all new celebrity show four famous faces known for causing trouble fight it out 8:30pm New Girl This critically acclaimed US comedy starring Zooey Deschanel makes its UK premiere on Channel 4.

9:00pm

Celebrity Who Wants to be a Millionaire? Chris Tarrant presents a special New Year edition of the game show. 12:30am The Zone 2:30am Deliverance

4:20am 5:30am

ITV Nightscreen ITV Morning News

EVENING

EVENING

12:55am Beaufort 2:55am BBC News 3:35am Pages from Ceefax

The Bank Job The penultimate show hosted by George Lamb. 10:00pm Rude Tube Rude Tube welcomes the New Year with Rude Tube 2012 12:05am Big Trouble in Little China

11:35pm

EVENING

EVENING

10:30pm Newsnight In-depth investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day’s headlines with Kirsty Wark. 11:05pm Fifty Dead Men Walking Tense thriller loosely based on Martin McGartland’s account of his time as an informer

1:55am Random Acts 2:00am Lucky Escape 2:05am My Name is Earl 2:25am My Name is Earl 2:45am Hung 3:35am St. Elsewhere 4:20am Hugh’s Big Fish Fight 5:15am Brothers and Sisters

6:00am 6:10am 6:20am 6:30am 6:45am 6:50am 6:55am 7:10am 7:20am 7:35am

Thomas and Friends The Wotwots! City of Friends Jelly Jamm Peppa Pig Castle Farm Little Princess The Mr. Men Show Thomas and Friends Mio Mao

7:40am 7:55am 8:10am 8:20am 8:30am 8:40am

Noddy in Toyland Fifi and the Flowertots Peppa Pig Peppa Pig Roary the Racing Car Bananas in Pyjamas

8:55am

PRIMETIME

PRIMETIME

PRIMETIME

8:00pm Safari Vet School New series in which TV vet Steve Leonard acts as guide and mentor to students from the UK 8:30pm Coronation Street Rosie pleads with Sally - but will she listen? Stella grows suspicious of Peter and Carla. 9:00pm Law and Order: UK A drive-by shooting outside the Old Bailey leaves one police officer dead and another wounded 10:00pm ITV News at Ten and Weather The latest headlines from around the world. Followed by a national weather forecast 10:35pm It’ll be Alright on the Night

1:10pm 4:00pm 5:00pm

DAYTIME

7:30pm Coronation Street Kevin is left stunned by the news about Sally and Frank.

6:00am The Treacle People 6:10am The Hoobs 6:35am The Hoobs 7:00am Freshly Squeezed 7:30am Perfect Couples 7:55am According to Jim 8:20am Everybody Loves Raymond 8:50am Everybody Loves Raymond 9:20am Frasier 9:55am The Big Bang Theory 10:25am Hello, Dolly!

MORNING

DAYTIME

6:00am Daybreak 8:30am Lorraine 9:25am The Jeremy Kyle Show 10:30am This Morning 11:25am ITV News 11:30am This Morning 12:30pm Loose Women 1:30pm ITV News and Weather 2:00pm Dickinson’s Real Deal 3:00pm Lewis 5:00pm The Chase 6:00pm London Tonight Charlene White presents a round-up of all the latest news in London and the South East 6:30pm ITV News and Weather The latest headlines from around the world. Followed by a national weather forecast. 7:00pm Emmerdale Debbie’s fight to save Sarah influences Cain’s decision.

MORNING

DAYTIME

Little Charley Bear The Adventures of Abney and Teal 6:20am Raa Raa the Noisy Lion 6:30am Octonauts 6:45am Dipdap 6:50am Mike the Knight 7:00am Roar 7:30am Trust Me I’m a Genie 7:40am Eliot Kid 7:55am Newsround 8:00am Copycats 8:25am LazyTown 8:50am Lulu Zipadoo 9:05am Tinga Tinga Tales 9:20am The Large Family 9:35am Guess with Jess 9:45am Charlie and Lola 10:00am Hoof and Safety with Nuzzle and Scratch 10:20am 64 Zoo Lane 10:30am Wibbly Pig 10:40am Waybuloo 11:00am In the Night Garden 11:30am Stolen Summer 1:00pm One Man and his Campervan 1:30pm To Buy or Not to Buy 2:15pm The Weakest Link 3:00pm Real Rescues 3:45pm Flog It! 4:30pm Perfection 5:15pm Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is 6:00pm Eggheads Jeremy Vine hosts 6:30pm Great British Railway Journeys Michael Portillo takes to the tracks with a copy of George Bradshaw’s Victorian Railway Guidebook. 7:00pm Great Barrier Reef Monty Halls explores Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, one of the natural wonders of the world 8:00pm Mastermind Host John Humphrys invites four more contenders to answer questions in the black chair. 8:30pm Mastermind John Humphrys puts the questions to four more contenders. 9:00pm Sicily Unpacked In the first episode, Andrew Graham-Dixon and Giorgio Locatelli take viewers on a journey 10:00pm QI Stephen Fry addresses inequality and injustice with Sandi Toksvig, Clive Anderson, Henning Wehn and Alan Davies

MORNING

PRIMETIME

10:00pm BBC News at Ten The latest national and international news, with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide. 10:25pm BBC London News The latest news, sport and weather from London. 10:35pm The Graham Norton Show The award-winning host continues his unique talk show, featuring a mixture of celebrity guests 11:20pm The National Lottery Friday Night Draws 11:30pm The Infidel When north London Muslim Mahmud’s mother dies he discovers from his birth certificate that he is adopted 1:10am Weatherview 1:15am Natural World 2:15am James May’s Man Lab 3:15am MasterChef: The Professionals 4:15am BBC News

DAYTIME

8:00pm EastEnders A new conflict begins in Walford, with David and Derek squaring up to each other. 8:30pm The One Lenny Henry Lenny Henry showcases brand new stand-up combined with characters reprised from his early career 9:00pm Hustle Drama series about a group of con artists. The grifters take on Dexter Gold

6:00am 6:05am

MORNING

6:00am Breakfast 9:15am Wanted Down Under 10:00am Homes Under the Hammer 11:00am Saints and Scroungers 11:45am Britain’s Empty Homes 12:15pm Bargain Hunt 1:00pm BBC News at One 1:30pm BBC London News 1:45pm Doctors 2:15pm Escape to the Country 3:00pm BBC News 3:05pm Deadly 360 3:35pm Splatalot 4:00pm Roy 4:30pm Horrible Histories 5:00pm Newsround 5:15pm Pointless 6:00pm BBC News at Six The latest national and international news stories from the BBC News team, followed by weather. 6:30pm BBC London News The latest news, sport and weather from London. 7:00pm Celebrity Mastermind Former home secretary Jacqui Smith, actor Nathaniel Parker, Strictly Come Dancing’s Erin Boag 7:30pm A Question of Sport Sue Barker hosts the light-hearted sports quiz with team captains Matt Dawson and Phil Tufnell.

Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom 9:05am Bert and Ernie’s Great Adventures 9:10am The Mr. Men Show 9:25am Hana’s Helpline 9:45am Mist: Sheepdog Tales 10:00am Animal Rescue Squad 10:15am Meerkat Manor 10:45am Monkey Life 11:15am 5 News Lunchtime 11:25am Celebrity Big Brother 1:25pm Magic Beyond Words: The JK Rowling Story 3:15pm Relative Stranger 5:00pm 5 News 5:30pm Chinese Food in Minutes 6:00pm Eddie Stobart: Trucks and Trailers Documentary series lifting the lid on the fascinating world of the legendary Eddie Stobart 7:00pm Charley Boorman’s Extreme Frontiers Travel show. The concluding chapter of Charley’s Canadian campaign sees him head for the Pacific coast 8:00pm World’s Toughest Trucker Eight experienced truck drivers compete to win a £100,000 9:00pm Celebrity Big Brother Action from the BB house.

10:00pm Celebrity Wedding Planner Documentary series in which a soon-to-be wed couple hand over the complete organisation of their big day 11:00pm Celebrity Big Brother’s Bit on the Side More news and reviews on the Big Brother house. 12:00am Super Casino 4:00am Motorsport Mundial 4:30am Michaela’s Wild Challenge 4:55am County Secrets 5:10am Wildlife SOS 5:35am Wildlife SOS

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6:00am Teleshopping 9:00am Gunsmoke 11:00am Star Trek: The Next Generation 12:00pm Mission: Impossible: 1:00pm Kung Fu: The Legend Continues 2:00pm Walker, Texas Ranger 3:00pm The Sentinel 4:00pm Mission: Impossible: 5:00pm Star Trek: The Next Generation 6:00pm The District 7:00pm Walker, Texas Ranger 8:00pm Star Trek: The Next Generation 9:00pm NCIS 10:00pm Walker, Texas Ranger 11:00pm Kung Fu: 12:00am NCIS 1:00am Gunsmoke 2:00am Gunsmoke 3:00am Return to Savage Beach 4:45am F/X

5:00am Teleshopping 8:00am Dallas 9:00am Dynasty 10:00am Touched by an Angel 11:00am JAG 12:00pm Boston Legal 1:00pm Dallas 2:00pm Touched by an Angel 3:00pm Jake and the Fatman 4:00pm Judge Judy 4:30pm Judge Judy 5:00pm JAG 6:00pm Judging Amy 7:00pm Touched by an Angel 8:00pm Boston Legal 9:00pm CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 10:00pm Bad Girls 10:50pm Dallas 11:50pm CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 12:50am Bad Girls 1:40am Judge Judy 2:40am Falcon Crest 3:40am Melrose Place 5:00am Teleshopping

6:00am Teleshopping 9:00am Surf Patrol 9:30am Judge Judy 10:30am Beach Patrol 11:00am Missing Persons Unit 12:00pm Real Rescues 1:00pm Judge Judy 3:00pm The Doctors 4:00pm Final Justice with Erin Brockovich 5:00pm Missing Persons Unit 5:30pm Missing Persons Unit 6:00pm Real Rescues 7:00pm Cops 7:30pm Cops 8:00pm 48 Hrs 9:00pm Unsolved Mysteries 10:00pm Crime Stories 11:00pm Jerry Springer 12:40am Unsolved Mysteries 1:40am 48 Hrs 2:40am Crime Stories 3:35am Cops 4:00am Cops 4:25am America’s Dumbest Criminals 5:15am Crossing Over with John Edward 5:35am Crossing Over with John Edward


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The Treacle People The Hoobs The Hoobs Mobil 1 The Grid GT Academy The Morning Line Hollyoaks Best Bits 2011 10:00am The Big Bang Theory

10:25am 10:55am 11:30am 12:10pm 1:55pm 4:00pm

The Big Bang Theory The Simpsons New Girl California Man Channel 4 Racing Come Dine with Me Extra Portions

DAYTIME

DAYTIME

9:25am ITV News and Weather 9:30am The Perfect Man 11:25am This Morning 12:25pm Murder, She Wrote 1:25pm ITV News and Weather 1:45pm Catwoman 3:40pm Jurassic Park

6:00am 6:10am 6:35am 7:00am 7:25am 7:55am 8:55am

MORNING

MORNING

6:00pm

11:30pm 1:00am 3:00am 3:50am 5:30am

The FA Cup Highlights The Zone In Plain Sight ITV Nightscreen ITV Morning News

6:50am 6:55am 7:05am

Castle Farm Igam Ogam Roobarb and Custard Too The Milkshake! Show Make Way for Noddy

7:15am 7:35am

8:30am 8:50am 9:00am 9:15am 9:30am 9:40am 10:00am 10:30am 11:30am 12:30pm 3:10pm

Bert and Ernie’s Great Adventures Little Princess The Adventures of Bottle Top Bill and His Best Friend Corky Angelina Ballerina Rupert Bear Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom The Mr. Men Show Roary the Racing Car Mist: Sheepdog Tales Meerkat Manor The Hotel Inspector Celebrity Big Brother The Slipper and the Rose From Here to Eternity

8:30pm

The Bank Job It’s the grand finale hosted by George Lamb. 10:00pm Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story Unless he comes up with $50,000, Peter and his Average Joe’s Gym will be swallowed up

11:50pm L.A. Confidential Oscar winning dark, fast doublecross thriller about two very different cops drawn together 2:15am A Ninja is for Life, Not Just for Christmas 2:25am Emily’s Song 2:40am St. Elsewhere 3:25am Britain B.C. 4:25am Hugh’s Big Fish Fight 5:20am Brothers and Sisters

While You Were Sleeping 7:30pm 5 News Weekend National and international news. 7:35pm NCIS A team of special agents, operating outside the military chain of command 8:30pm Celebrity Big Brother Action from the BB house. 9:45pm Philadelphia Oscar-winning drama about a gay lawyer’s fight against unlawful dismissal by his homophobic employer

6:00am Teleshopping 9:00am Walker, Texas Ranger 10:00am Walker, Texas Ranger 11:00am Walker, Texas Ranger 12:00pm Walker, Texas Ranger 1:00pm Walker, Texas Ranger 2:00pm Gunsmoke: Return to Dodge 4:00pm The Sentinel 5:00pm The Sentinel 6:00pm Gunsmoke: Return to Dodge 8:00pm La Femme Nikita 9:00pm NCIS 10:00pm NCIS 11:00pm NCIS 12:00am NCIS 1:00am NCIS 2:00am The Crow: Stairway to Heaven 3:00am The Crow: Stairway to Heaven 3:45am Gunsmoke: Return to Dodge

5:00am Teleshopping 8:00am Charmed 9:00am Charmed 10:00am Touched by an Angel 11:00am Touched by an Angel 12:00pm Touched by an Angel 1:00pm Touched by an Angel 2:00pm Touched by an Angel 3:00pm Scruples 4:00pm Judge Judy 4:30pm Judge Judy 5:00pm Judge Judy 5:30pm Judge Judy 6:00pm Judge Judy 6:30pm Judge Judy 7:00pm Judge Judy 9:00pm Bad Girls 9:50pm Bad Girls 10:35pm Bad Girls 11:20pm Bad Girls 12:10am Bad Girls 1:00am Models, Inc. 2:00am Ed 3:00am Ed 4:00am Models, Inc. 5:00am Teleshopping

5:30pm

EVENING

Regional News and Weather Up to the minute regional news and weather updates. 6:15pm ITV News and Weather A round-up of the latest news headlines and a national weather forecast. 6:30pm New You’ve Been Framed! Harry Hill presides over another batch of viewers’ camcorder catastrophes. 7:00pm Harry Hill’s TV Burp Harry Hill casts his comic eye over the week’s TV, from reality shows to soaps, and dramas 7:30pm Take Me Out Matchmaker Paddy McGuinness continues his romantic quest to find a date for each of our 30 single girls 8:30pm Talent Show Story 9:30pm The Jonathan Ross Show Jonathan Ross presents a chat show in which he will be meeting top guests from around the world 10:30pm ITV News and Weather A round-up of the latest news headlines and a national weather forecast. 10:45pm Celebrity Juice Topical panel show hosted by Keith Lemon with team captains Holly Willoughby and Fearne Cotton.

Come Dine with Me Extra Portions 5:00pm Come Dine with Me Extra Portions 5:35pm Come Dine with Me Extra Portions 6:05pm Channel 4 News Includes sport and weather. 6:35pm 4thought.tv ‘Tis the season to be sinful. 6:40pm Big Momma’s House 2 Martin Lawrence hits the dressing-up box again as FBI agent and master of disguise Malcolm Turner

PRIMETIME

Comedy Connections Series charting the history of some of the best British comedy shows 10:00pm Big Hits: TOTP 1964 to 1975 The biggest musical hits from the years 1964 to 1975. 11:30pm Darts Coverage of all the latest action from the world of Darts. 12:20am Darts 2:20am Devils of Darkness

Peppa Pig Roary the Racing Car Fifi and the Flowertots Fireman Sam Harry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs

8:00am 8:15am

EVENING

9:30pm

6:00am 6:05am 6:15am 6:25am 6:40am

7:50am

PRIMETIME

9:00pm Fawlty Towers One of the finest sitcoms ever made showing as part of UKTV Gold’s Comedy Super Heroes

EVENING

12:20am A.W.O.L. 2:00am Weatherview 2:05am BBC News

1:40pm Duel in the Sunday 3:45pm Escape to the Country 4:30pm Darts 5:35pm Jason and the Argonauts 7:15pm Flog It! Antiques show which helps amateur auctioneers, collectors and bargain-hunters make a saving. 7:45pm John Howard Davies: A Life in Comedy 8:00pm The Good Life More laughs from Surbiton’s finest. 8:30pm Steptoe and Son One of the best remembered episodes of the classic comedy about the rag-and-bone men.

PRIMETIME

10:00pm

EVENING

BBC News The latest national and international news stories, followed by Weather. 10:15pm Weather The latest weather information. 10:20pm Die Hard with a Vengeance Freshly expelled from the NYPD, John McClane encounters a number of threatening phone calls

6:00am Signed Stories 6:10am Engie Benjy 6:20am Pocoyo 6:30am Fluffy Gardens 6:40am Fluffy Gardens 6:50am The Hive 6:55am The Hive 7:05am Soli and Mo’s Nature Show 7:10am Sooty 7:25am Monk 7:30am Spider-Man 7:50am Fleabag Monkeyface 8:05am Almost Naked Animals 8:15am Almost Naked Animals 8:30am Hannah Montana 9:00am Fort Boyard Ultimate Challenge

4:30pm

PRIMETIME

8:40pm Casualty More realistic medical drama with love, life and emergency operations from the Bristol based A and E

8:05am Pixelface 8:35am Prank Patrol Down Under 9:00am Deadly 60 9:30am Serious Explorers: Sir Walter Raleigh 10:00am Animals at Work 10:30am Trapped: Ever After 10:55am Hacker Time 11:25am Ooglies 11:40am MOTD Kickabout 12:00pm Nobody Runs Forever

DAYTIME

DAYTIME 2:30pm Darts

Little Robots The Adventures of Abney and Teal 6:25am Raa Raa the Noisy Lion 6:35am Octonauts 6:45am Mike the Knight 7:00am Richard Hammond’s Blast Lab 7:30am Dennis and Gnasher 7:40am The New Scooby-Doo Show

MORNING

12:00pm BBC News 12:05pm Regional News 12:10pm Weather 12:15pm Football Focus 1:00pm Athletics

4:30pm Final Score 5:15pm BBC News 5:25pm Regional News 5:30pm Weather 5:35pm Winter Wipeout 6:35pm The Magicians 7:50pm The National Lottery: Who Dares Wins The National Lottery quiz where two teams of complete strangers compete to win 50,000 pounds

SATURDAY 7th JANUARY 6:00am 6:10am

MORNING

6:00am Breakfast 10:00am Saturday Kitchen 11:30am Nigel Slater’s Simple Suppers

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Super Casino The Great Artists Divine Designs County Secrets Hana’s Helpline The Milkshake! Show Thomas and Friends Roary the Racing Car

6:00am Teleshopping 9:00am The Doctors 10:00am Judge Judy 10:30am Judge Judy 11:00am Judge Judy 11:30am Judge Judy 3:00pm Bondi Rescue 3:30pm Bondi Rescue 4:00pm Bondi Rescue 4:30pm Bondi Rescue 5:00pm Bondi Rescue 5:30pm Bondi Rescue 6:00pm Breaking News 6:30pm Breaking News 7:00pm Breaking News 7:30pm Breaking News 8:00pm Forensic Investigators 9:00pm Forensic Investigators 10:00pm Forensic Investigators 11:00pm Forensic Investigators 12:00am Jerry Springer 12:50am Jerry Springer 1:40am Smash Cuts 2:10am Smash Cuts 2:40am Smash Cuts 3:10am Smash Cuts 3:35am Smash Cuts 4:00am Smash Cuts 4:25am American Greed 5:10am American Greed


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SUNDAY 8th JANUARY 6:00am 6:10am

11:30am

The Sky at Night

Employee of the Month Greg Coolidge’s comedy is set in a department store and stars Dane Cook as Zack

12:50am 1:45am 2:00am 2:30am 3:25am 4:25am 4:30am 5:20am

EVENING

11:40pm Darts Coverage of all the latest action from the world of Darts. 12:30am Darts 2:30am BBC News

8:00pm The Hotel It’s manager Mark’s first summer season at The Grosvenor Hotel. 9:00pm (500) Days of Summer Director Marc Webbs’s feature debut is a romantic comedy, starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt

10:50pm

EVENING

EVENING

EVENING 1:05am Weatherview 1:10am Countryfile 2:10am Holby City 3:10am Hairy Bikers’ Best of British 3:55am BBC News

8:30pm Wild at Heart Drama about a British vet and his family relocating to start a game park in the wild 9:30pm Dancing on Ice The two couples with the lowest combined panel and public votes perform again 10:00pm That Sunday Night Show 10:30pm ITV News and Weather A round-up of the latest news headlines and a national weather forecast. 10:45pm The FA Cup Highlights 11:45pm Rugby Highlights 12:45am The Zone 2:05am Ladette to Lady 3:00am ITV Nightscreen 5:30am ITV Morning News

Hollyoaks Omnibus The Big Bang Theory Shipwrecked: The Island

12:50pm Ever After 3:10pm The Simpsons 3:40pm The Simpsons 4:15pm Deal or No Deal 5:15pm Channel 4 News 5:45pm 4thought.tv 5:50pm The Devil Wears Prada

Grumpy Old Men 7:00pm Top Gear Motoring magazine programme that tests and reviews the latest models of cars on the market 8:00pm Great Barrier Reef Episode to be Announced. 9:00pm To Boldly Go Down. 10:00pm Adventureland

8:40am 11:10am 11:45am

PRIMETIME

1:00pm Darts 4:45pm Ski Sunday 5:30pm Flog It! 6:00pm How to Build... Fourteen years in the making and costing over a billion pounds, the Astute nuclear submarine

8:20am 8:30am 9:00am 9:25am

PRIMETIME

12:45am

PRIMETIME

11:05pm

PRIMETIME

8:30pm Sherlock Contemporary crime drama, based on the novels by Arthur Conan Doyle. 10:00pm BBC News The latest national and international news stories, followed by Weather. 10:15pm Regional News All the latest local news. 10:20pm Weather The latest weather information. 10:25pm The One Lenny Henry

Friday Download Something for the Weekend One of Our Dinosaurs is Missing

Horrid Henry Big Time Rush My Phone Genie ITV News and Weather 9:30am The FA Cup Highlights 11:00am Dancing on Ice Tour 2011 12:00pm ITV News and Weather 12:05pm New You’ve Been Framed! 12:30pm The Fa Cup 3rd Round Live 6:00pm Regional News and Weather Up to the minute regional news and weather updates. 6:15pm ITV News and Weather A round-up of the latest news headlines and a national weather forecast. 6:30pm Dancing on Ice Celebrity ice-skating contest, in which ten famous faces - all novices in the sport - take to the ice

6:50am 6:55am 7:05am 7:15am 7:30am 7:35am 7:50am

DAYTIME

7:30pm Antiques Roadshow Antique experts travel the country to appraise people’s wares. 9:00am 10:00am

The Hoobs Freesports on 4 That Paralympic Show One Tree Hill

6:00am 6:05am 6:15am 6:25am 6:40am

8:00am 8:20am

DAYTIME

7:52am 8:05am 8:30am 8:45am

Dennis and Gnasher The New Scooby-Doo Show The Owl Paradise Cafe Wingin’ It Diddy Dick and Dom

6:30am 6:55am 7:20am 7:45am

Brothers and Sisters The Hoobs

6:45am 7:00am

DAYTIME

DAYTIME

7:30am 7:40am

Special Agent Oso Soli and Mo’s Nature Show 7:10am Tati’s Hotel 7:25am Monk 7:30am Generator Rex 7:50am Fleabag Monkeyface 8:05am Horrid Henry

5:20am 6:05am

MORNING

6:35am Octonauts 6:45am Mike the Knight 7:00am Richard Hammond’s Blast Lab

6:00am Boblins 6:10am Fireman Sam 6:20am Babar and the Adventures of Badou 6:35am Special Agent Oso

MORNING

6:25am

Little Robots The Adventures of Abney and Teal Raa Raa the Noisy Lion

MORNING

MORNING

6:00am Breakfast 9:00am The Andrew Marr Show 10:00am Big Questions 11:00am Country Tracks 12:00pm BBC News 12:05pm EastEnders Omnibus 2:00pm Bargain Hunt 3:00pm Escape to the Country 4:00pm The Royal Bodyguard 4:30pm The Royal Bodyguard 5:00pm Songs of Praise 5:35pm Celebrity Mastermind 6:05pm BBC News The latest national and international news stories, followed by Weather. 6:20pm Regional News All the latest local news. 6:25pm Weather The latest weather information. 6:30pm Countryfile News and stories concerning the heart of the British countryside.

Comic’s Choice Hallo Friend The Pawn King Secret History Monte Casino: The Soldier’s Story This is Me St. Elsewhere Brothers and Sisters

8:35am 8:50am 9:00am 9:15am 9:25am 9:30am 9:40am 10:00am 10:15am 10:45am 11:45am 12:55pm

Peppa Pig Roary the Racing Car Fifi and the Flowertots Fireman Sam Harry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs Castle Farm Igam Ogam Roobarb and Custard Too The Milkshake! Show Mio Mao Make Way for Noddy Bert and Ernie’s Great Adventures Little Princess The Adventes of Bottle Top Bill and His Best Friend Corky Angelina Ballerina Rupert Bear Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom The Mr. Men Show Milkshake Monkey Roary the Racing Car Mist: Sheepdog Tales Animal Rescue Squad Meerkat Manor Grey’s Anatomy Celebrity Big Brother Return to Oz

3:00pm Candleshoe 5:00pm 5 News at 5 5:05pm Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes

7:40pm

S.W.A.T. Action thriller. An elite policeman is demoted after refusing to betray his partner

10:00pm Celebrity Big Brother Action from the BB house. 11:00pm Reservoir Dogs A group of perfect strangers have been assembled to pull off the perfect heist.

1:00am 4:00am 4:15am 4:35am 5:00am 5:10am 5:35am 5:45am

Super Casino Animal Rescue Squad Great Scientists Divine Designs Hana’s Helpline The Milkshake! Show Thomas and Friends Roary the Racing Car

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6:00am Teleshopping 9:00am Star Trek: The Next Generation 10:00am Star Trek: The Next Generation 11:00am Star Trek: The Next Generation 12:00pm Star Trek: The Next Generation 1:00pm Star Trek: The Next Generation 2:00pm Gunsmoke: The Last Apache 4:00pm Jake 2.0 5:00pm Jake 2.0 6:00pm Gunsmoke: The Last Apache 8:00pm La Femme Nikita 9:00pm Mission: Impossible: Ghost Protocol Special 2:00am To Serve and Protect 3:00am To Serve and Protect 4:00am Gunsmoke: The Last Apache

5:00am Teleshopping 8:00am Charmed 9:00am Charmed 10:00am Dallas 11:00am Dallas 12:00pm Dallas 1:00pm Dallas 2:00pm Dallas 3:00pm Diana: A Tribute to the People’s Princess 5:00pm A Champion’s Fight 6:45pm Damaged Care 9:00pm CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 10:00pm CSI: Crime Scene Investigation more) 11:00pm CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 12:00am CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 1:00am CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 2:00am Models, Inc. 3:00am Ed 5:00am Teleshopping

6:00am Teleshopping 8:30am The Lord’s Challenge 9:00am The Doctors 10:00am Judge Judy 10:30am Judge Judy 11:00am Judge Judy 11:30am Judge Judy 12:00pm Judge Judy 12:30pm Judge Judy 3:00pm Cops 3:30pm Cops 4:00pm Cops 4:30pm Cops 5:00pm Cops 5:30pm Cops 6:00pm Born Against the Odds 7:00pm Born Against the Odds 8:00pm Jail 8:30pm Jail 9:00pm Jail 9:30pm Jail 10:00pm Jail 12:00am Jerry Springer 12:50am Jerry Springer 1:40am 48 Hours: Hard Evidence 2:40am 48 Hours: Hard Evidence 4:25am American Greed 5:10am American Greed


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MORNING DAYTIME PRIMETIME

EVENING

EVENING

11:10pm Random Acts Channel 4’s nightly short-form arts strand, showcasing specially commissioned three-minute films 11:15pm Obsessive Compulsive Hoarder In a pretty English village in the Surrey stockbroker belt lives the infamous Mr Wallace 12:15am The Joy of Teen Sex 1:15am Coming Up 1:40am Carthage The Roman Holocaust 3:25am Witchfinder General 4:20am St. Elsewhere 5:10am Brothers and Sisters

6:00am 6:10am 6:20am 6:30am 6:45am

Thomas and Friends The Wotwots! City of Friends Jelly Jamm Peppa Pig

6:50am 7:00am 7:10am 7:25am

Castle Farm Little Princess The Mr. Men Show Bert and Ernie’s Great Adventures Thomas and Friends

7:35am

7:45am 7:55am 8:00am 8:15am 8:20am 8:25am 8:35am 8:40am 8:55am 9:00am

9:00pm Coppers Channel 4’s acclaimed documentary series returns with a first programme featuring the plain-clothes cops 10:00pm Shameless New and rebooted Shameless returns with a new series, kicking off with an extended two-part story

8:30pm Coronation Street More drama and turmoil from the residents of Coronation Street in the longest running TV Soap. 9:00pm Above Suspicion 10:00pm ITV News at Ten and Weather Round-up of the day’s news. Followed by a national weather forecast and the latest news and weather 10:35pm The FA Cup Highlights 11:05pm That Sunday Night Show 11:35pm Law and Order: UK A drive-by shooting outside the Old Bailey leaves one police officer dead and another wounded

12:30am River Monsters 12:55am The Zone 3:05am The Jeremy Kyle Show 4:00am ITV Nightscreen 4:35am The Jeremy Kyle Show 5:30am ITV Morning News

5:20am Brothers and Sisters 6:05am Sali Mali 6:10am The Hoobs 6:35am The Hoobs 7:00am Freshly Squeezed 7:30am According to Jim 7:55am According to Jim 8:25am Everybody Loves Raymond 8:55am Frasier 9:25am Undercover Boss Australia 10:25am Vacation, Vacation, Vacation 11:00am A Place in the Sun: Home or Away 12:00pm Channel 4 News Summary 12:05pm Celebrity Five Go to... 1:05pm Superscrimpers: Waste Not, Want Not 1:30pm The Man Behind the Gun 3:10pm Countdown 4:00pm Deal or No Deal 5:00pm Celebrity Come Dine with Me 6:00pm The Simpsons Animated comedy series 6:30pm Hollyoaks Declan’s arrival in the village poses some questions for all concerned. 7:00pm Channel 4 News Includes sport and weather. 7:55pm 4thought.tv Highly personal short films, reflecting on a broad range of religious and ethical issues 8:00pm The Truth About the Great Train Robbery The Great Train Robbery of 8 August 1963 has passed into legend as the greatest heist of the 20th century

PRIMETIME

7:30pm Coronation Street More drama and turmoil from the residents of Coronation Street in the longest running TV Soap. 8:00pm Cornwall with Caroline Quentin

EVENING

EVENING

Great British Railway Journeys Michael Portillo takes to the tracks with a copy of George Bradshaw’s Victorian Railway Guidebook. 7:00pm Baking Made Easy Want stress-free ideas for entertaining? How about Lorraine Pascale’s whiskey and chilli tiger prawns? 7:30pm A Question of Taste 8:00pm University Challenge Cult student quiz show where two rival university teams battle it out 8:30pm An Island Parish Documentary series which chronicles life in the parish of the Isles of Scilly. 9:00pm The Hunt for Higgs: A Horizon Special 10:00pm Rhod Gilbert’s Work Experience Wales’s leading stand up comic, Thod Gilbert, tries out some proper jobs. 10:30pm Newsnight Comprehensive coverage of the day’s important national and international news stories. 11:20pm Darts Coverage of all the latest action from the world of Darts. 12:10am American Football 1:10am Darts 3:10am BBC News 4:00am To be Announced 4:30am To be Announced 5:00am L8r Youngers 2

3:00pm Lewis 5:00pm The Chase 6:00pm Regional News and Weather Up to the minute regional news and weather updates. 6:30pm ITV News and Weather A round-up of the latest news headlines and a national weather forecast. 7:00pm Emmerdale Popular long-running soap opera, set in a Yorkshire village.

DAYTIME

PRIMETIME

6:30pm

6:00am Daybreak 8:30am Lorraine 9:25am The Jeremy Kyle Show 10:30am This Morning 11:25am ITV News 11:30am This Morning 12:30pm Loose Women 1:30pm ITV News and Weather 2:00pm Dickinson’s Real Deal

MORNING

DAYTIME

PRIMETIME

11:50pm

Little Robots The Adventures of Abney and Teal 6:25am Raa Raa the Noisy Lion 6:35am Octonauts 6:45am Dipdap 6:50am Mike the Knight 7:00am Roar 7:30am The League of Super Evil 7:40am Eliot Kid 7:55am Newsround 8:00am Copycats 8:25am LazyTown 8:50am Lulu Zipadoo 9:05am Tinga Tinga Tales 9:20am The Large Family 9:35am Guess with Jess 9:45am Bob’s Mini Projects 9:50am Louie 9:55am Hoof and Safety with Nuzzle and Scratch 10:03am Wibbly Pig 10:15am 64 Zoo Lane 10:40am Waybuloo 11:00am In the Night Garden 11:30am BBC World News 12:00pm The Daily Politics 12:30pm Darts 3:00pm Real Rescues 3:45pm Flog It! 4:30pm Perfection 5:15pm Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is 6:00pm Eggheads General knowledge quiz in which teams from all over the UK battle to beat the formidable ‘Eggheads’

MORNING

DAYTIME

The Graham Norton Show Graham Norton presents a show focusing on people, trends, stories and the aspects of celebrity culture 12:35am Weatherview 12:40am Who Do You Think You Are? 1:40am Hairy Bikers’ Best of British 2:25am MasterChef: The Professionals 2:55am Natural World 3:55am You’ve Been Scammed 4:40am BBC News

MONDAY 9th JANUARY 6:00am 6:10am

MORNING

6:00am Breakfast 9:15am Wanted Down Under 10:00am Homes Under the Hammer 10:58am BBC News and Weather 11:00am Saints and Scroungers 11:45am Britain’s Empty Homes 12:13pm BBC News and Weather 12:15pm Bargain Hunt 1:00pm BBC News 1:30pm Regional News 1:45pm Doctors 2:15pm Escape to the Country 3:00pm BBC News and Weather 3:01pm Regional News 3:05pm Deadly 360 3:35pm Splatalot 4:00pm Roy 4:30pm Dani’s House 4:45pm The Owl 5:00pm Newsround 5:15pm Pointless 6:00pm BBC News The latest national and international news stories, followed by Weather. 6:30pm Regional News All the latest local news. 7:00pm The One Show Magazine series featuring a mix of interviews, topical reports and features from around the UK. 7:30pm Inside Out Documentary series which features surprising real life stories from where you live. 8:00pm EastEnders Another visit to the residents of Albert Square, for a regular dose of drama, excitement and tears. 8:30pm The One Jasper Carrott 9:00pm The Royal Bodyguard 9:30pm Mrs. Brown’s Boys Sitcom which follows the exploits of the working class Brown family. 10:00pm BBC News The latest national and international news stories, followed by Weather. 10:25pm Regional News All the latest local news. 10:30pm Weather The latest weather information. 10:35pm Have I Got a Bit More News for You Paul Merton and Ian Hislop continue to entertain in the extended version of the classic news quiz. 11:20pm Would I Lie to You? Comedy panel show in which team mates must remain poker-faced while revealing personal stories

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Noddy in Toyland Mio Mao Fifi and the Flowertots Peppa Pig Peppa Pig Roary the Racing Car Milkshake Monkey Bananas in Pyjamas Funky Valley Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom 9:15am The Wright Stuff 11:10am LIVE with Gabby 12:10pm 5 News Lunchtime 12:15pm Celebrity Big Brother 1:15pm The Hotel Inspector 2:15pm Law and Order 3:15pm The Hollywood Mom’s Mystery 5:00pm 5 News at 5 5:30pm CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 6:30pm 5 News National and international news. 7:00pm World’s Toughest Trucker Eight experienced truck drivers compete to win a £100,000 prize 8:00pm The Gadget Show Consumer technology show. The show that takes the geek out of gadgets

9:00pm Celebrity Big Brother Catch up on the action from the Celebrity Big Brother house. 10:00pm When Paddy Met Sally Sally Bercow, wife of the Speaker of the House of Commons, experiences life in close proximity with Paddy 11:00pm Celebrity Big Brother’s Bit on the Side Emma Willis hosts a round up of Big Brother related news and debate 12:00am Celebrity Big Brother 1:05am Super Casino 4:00am Animal Rescue Squad 4:15am Grey’s Anatomy 5:00am County Secrets 5:10am Wildlife SOS 5:35am Wildlife SOS

6:00am Teleshopping 9:00am Gunsmoke 11:00am Star Trek: The Next Generation 12:00pm Mission: Impossible: 1:00pm Kung Fu: The Legend Continues 2:00pm Walker, Texas Ranger 3:00pm The Sentinel 4:00pm Mission: Impossible: 5:00pm Star Trek: The Next Generation 6:00pm The District 7:00pm Walker, Texas Ranger 8:00pm Star Trek: The Next Generation 9:00pm NCIS 10:00pm Walker, Texas Ranger 11:00pm Kung Fu: The Legend Continues 12:00am NCIS 1:00am Gunsmoke 3:00am Without Warning 4:40am F/X

5:00am Teleshopping 8:00am Dallas 9:00am Dynasty 10:00am Touched by an Angel 11:00am JAG 12:00pm Boston Legal 1:00pm Dallas 2:00pm Touched by an Angel 3:00pm Jake and the Fatman 4:00pm Judge Judy 5:00pm JAG 6:00pm Judging Amy 7:00pm Touched by an Angel 8:00pm Boston Legal 9:00pm CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 10:00pm Bad Girls 11:00pm Dallas 12:00am CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 1:00am Bad Girls 2:00am Judge Judy 2:30am Judge Judy 3:00am Falcon Crest 4:00am Melrose Place 5:00am Teleshopping

6:00am Teleshopping 9:00am Surf Patrol 9:30am Judge Judy 10:00am Judge Judy 10:30am Beach Patrol 11:00am Missing Persons Unit 11:30am Missing Persons Unit 12:00pm Real Rescues 1:00pm Judge Judy 1:30pm Judge Judy 3:00pm The Doctors 4:00pm Final Justice with Erin Brockovich 5:00pm Missing Persons Unit 6:00pm Real Rescues 7:00pm Cops 8:00pm 48 Hrs 9:00pm Unsolved Mysteries 10:00pm Crime Stories 11:00pm Jerry Springer 12:40am Unsolved Mysteries 1:40am 48 Hrs 2:40am Crime Stories 3:35am Cops 4:25am America’s Dumbest Criminals 5:15am Crossing Over with John Edward 5:35am Crossing Over with John Edward


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TUESDAY 10th JANUARY

ITV News at Ten and Weather Round-up of the day’s news. Followed by a national weather forecast and the latest news and weather 10:35pm The Grudge When Karen agrees to cover for a nurse, she enters a Tokyo house that has a dark secret within it.

The Zone Crossing Jordan ITV Nightscreen ITV Morning News

EVENING

EVENING

12:20am 2:50am 3:40am 5:30am

12:05am Random Acts 12:10am Pokerstars: North American Poker Tour 1:05am KOTV Boxing Weekly 1:30am FIVB World Beach Volleyball Tour 2:25am Mobil 1 The Grid 2:50am GT Academy 3:20am Freesports on 4 3:45am Brief Encounters of the Sporting Mind 3:55am Scrapheap Challenge 4:50am Brief Encounters of the Sporting Mind 5:00am Ultra Running 5:10am Brothers and Sisters 5:55am Sali Mali

PRIMETIME

10:00pm

3:10pm Countdown 4:00pm Deal or No Deal 5:00pm Celebrity Come Dine with Me 6:00pm The Simpsons Animated comedy series 6:30pm Hollyoaks Cheryl and Lynsey worry about Declan. Jono struggles to avoid Ruby’s attentions 7:00pm Channel 4 News Includes sport and weather. 7:55pm 4thought.tv Highly personal short films, reflecting on a broad range of religious and ethical issues 8:00pm The Fat Fighters Overindulged this Christmas? Want to get fit once and for all 9:00pm Inside Nature’s Giants BAFTA Award-winning Inside Nature’s Giants returns, investigating natural history from the inside out 10:00pm Shameless Carl arrives back on the Chatsworth as a qualified policeman, but not everyone welcomes him back 11:05pm Desperate Housewives The eighth series of Desperate Housewives comes to Channel 4.

DAYTIME

PRIMETIME

7:30pm River Monsters Biologist and extreme angler Jeremy Wade goes to New Zealand 8:00pm The Exit List 9:00pm The Biggest Loser 14 overweight people embark on a life-changing journey, during which they will face relentless training

6:00am The Treacle People 6:10am The Hoobs 6:35am The Hoobs 7:00am Freshly Squeezed 7:30am According to Jim 7:55am According to Jim 8:25am Everybody Loves Raymond 8:55am Frasier 9:25am Undercover Boss Australia 10:25am Vacation, Vacation, Vacation 11:00am A Place in the Sun: Home or Away 12:00pm Channel 4 News Summary 12:05pm Celebrity Five Go to... 1:05pm BT and Channel 4 Present... 1:10pm River Cottage Bites 1:30pm The Badlanders

MORNING

ITV News and Weather 2:00pm Dickinson’s Real Deal 3:00pm Lewis 5:00pm The Chase 6:00pm Regional News and Weather Up to the minute regional news and weather updates. 6:30pm ITV News and Weather A round-up of the latest news headlines and a national weather forecast. 7:00pm Emmerdale Popular long-running soap opera, set in a Yorkshire village.

EVENING

EVENING

10:30pm Newsnight Comprehensive coverage of the day’s important national and international news stories. 11:20pm Darts Coverage of all the latest action from the world of Darts. 12:10am Darts 2:10am BBC News 4:00am Eon Straddler, Time Traveller 4:30am Dance Party 4:45am Places to Dance 5:00am Street Dance Masterclass

1:30pm

DAYTIME

PRIMETIME

10:40am Waybuloo 11:00am In the Night Garden 11:30am BBC World News 12:00pm The Daily Politics 12:30pm Darts 3:00pm Real Rescues 3:45pm Flog It! 4:30pm Perfection 5:15pm Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is 6:00pm Eggheads General knowledge quiz in which teams from all over the UK battle to beat the formidable ‘Eggheads’ 6:30pm Great British Railway Journeys Michael Portillo takes to the tracks with a copy of George Bradshaw’s Victorian Railway Guidebook. 7:00pm Hairy Bikers’ Best of British The bikers continue their culinary journey through time as they celebrate British food. 8:00pm The Great Sport Relief Bake Off 9:00pm The Mystery of Edwin Drood 10:00pm Have I Got Old News for You Award-winning comedy quiz show in which celebrity contestants are grilled on the week’s news.

6:00am Daybreak 8:30am Lorraine 9:25am The Jeremy Kyle Show 10:30am This Morning 11:25am ITV News 11:30am This Morning 12:30pm Loose Women

MORNING

DAYTIME

PRIMETIME

1:30am Weatherview 1:35am Frozen Planet 2:35am MasterChef: The Professionals 3:35am You’ve Been Scammed 4:20am BBC News

Little Robots The Adventures of Abney and Teal 6:25am Raa Raa the Noisy Lion 6:35am Octonauts 6:45am Dipdap 6:50am Mike the Knight 7:00am Roar 7:30am The League of Super Evil 7:40am Eliot Kid 7:55am Newsround 8:00am Copycats 8:25am LazyTown 8:50am Lulu Zipadoo 9:05am Tinga Tinga Tales 9:20am The Large Family 9:35am Guess with Jess 9:45am Bob’s Mini Projects 9:50am Louie 9:55am Hoof and Safety with Nuzzle and Scratch 10:15am 64 Zoo Lane 10:30am Wibbly Pig

MORNING

DAYTIME

1:00pm BBC News 1:30pm Regional News 1:45pm Doctors 2:15pm Escape to the Country 3:00pm BBC News and Weather 3:01pm Regional News 3:05pm Deadly 360 3:35pm Splatalot 4:00pm Roy 4:30pm Pixelface 4:45pm The Owl 5:00pm Newsround 5:15pm Pointless 6:00pm BBC News The latest national and international news stories, followed by Weather. 6:30pm Regional News All the latest local news. 7:00pm The One Show Magazine series featuring a mix of interviews, topical reports and features from around the UK. 7:30pm EastEnders Another visit to the residents of Albert Square, for a regular dose of drama, excitement and tears. 8:00pm Holby City Popular hospital drama centering on the busy working and social lives of the doctors, nurses and patients 9:00pm DIY SOS The Big Build Nick Knowles and the team work on another large scale building project. 10:00pm BBC News The latest national and international news stories, followed by Weather. 10:25pm Regional News All the latest local news. 10:30pm Weather The latest weather information. 10:35pm Burglar in the House 11:25pm The League Cup Show All the latest action from the the League Cup. 11:55pm Human Traffic Justin Kerrigan’s film is a roller coaster ride through Cardiff’s club scene

6:00am 6:10am

MORNING

6:00am Breakfast 9:15am Wanted Down Under 10:00am Homes Under the Hammer 10:58am BBC News and Weather 11:00am Saints and Scroungers 11:45am Britain’s Empty Homes 12:13pm BBC News and Weather 12:15pm Bargain Hunt

6:00am 6:10am 6:20am 6:30am 6:45am 6:50am 7:00am 7:10am 7:25am 7:35am 7:45am 7:55am 8:00am 8:15am 8:20am 8:25am 8:35am 8:40am 8:55am 9:00am 9:15am

Thomas and Friends The Wotwots! City of Friends Jelly Jamm Peppa Pig Castle Farm Little Princess The Mr. Men Show Bert and Ernie’s Great Adventures Thomas and Friends Noddy in Toyland Mio Mao Fifi and the Flowertots Peppa Pig Peppa Pig Roary the Racing Car Milkshake Monkey Bananas in Pyjamas Funky Valley Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom The Wright Stuff

11:10am LIVE with Gabby 12:10pm 5 News Lunchtime 12:15pm Celebrity Big Brother 1:15pm The Hotel Inspector 2:15pm Law and Order 3:15pm Meals in Moments 3:25pm Claire 5:00pm 5 News at 5 5:30pm CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 6:30pm 5 News National and international news. 7:00pm Celebrity Wedding Planner Documentary series in which a soon-to-be wed couple hand over the complete organisation of their big day

8:00pm Cowboy Builders Dom Littlewood and Melinda Messenger track down the UK’s most terrible tradesmen 9:00pm Body of Proof US medical mystery series. Meet Dr Megan Hunt, a former brain surgeon

10:00pm Celebrity Big Brother Get your daily fix of the action from the Big Brother house. 11:00pm Celebrity Big Brother’s Bit on the Side Emma Willis hosts the usual round-up of gossip and news from the Big Brother house. 12:00am When Paddy Met Sally 1:00am Super Casino 4:00am HouseBusters 4:25am Michaela’s Wild Challenge 4:50am Michaela’s Wild Challenge 5:10am Wildlife SOS 5:35am Wildlife SOS

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6:00am Teleshopping 9:00am Gunsmoke 11:00am Star Trek: The Next Generation 12:00pm Mission: Impossible: 1:00pm Kung Fu: The Legend Continues 2:00pm Walker, Texas Ranger 3:00pm The Sentinel 4:00pm Mission: Impossible: 5:00pm Star Trek: The Next Generation 6:00pm The District 7:00pm Walker, Texas Ranger 8:00pm Star Trek: The Next Generation 9:00pm NCIS 10:00pm Walker, Texas Ranger 11:00pm Kung Fu: The Legend Continues 12:00am NCIS 1:00am Gunsmoke 3:00am Chopper 4:40am F/X

5:00am Teleshopping 8:00am Dallas 9:00am Dynasty 10:00am Touched by an Angel 11:00am JAG 12:00pm Boston Legal 1:00pm Dallas 2:00pm Touched by an Angel 3:00pm Jake and the Fatman 4:00pm Judge Judy 4:30pm Judge Judy 5:00pm JAG 6:00pm Judging Amy 7:00pm Touched by an Angel 8:00pm Boston Legal 9:00pm CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 10:00pm Bad Girls 11:00pm Dallas 12:00am CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 1:00am Bad Girls 2:00am Judge Judy 3:00am Falcon Crest 4:00am Melrose Place 5:00am Teleshopping

6:00am Teleshopping 9:00am Surf Patrol 9:30am Judge Judy 10:00am Judge Judy 10:30am Beach Patrol 11:00am Missing Persons Unit 11:30am Missing Persons Unit 12:00pm Real Rescues 1:00pm Judge Judy 3:00pm The Doctors 4:00pm Final Justice with Erin Brockovich 5:00pm Missing Persons Unit 5:30pm Missing Persons Unit 6:00pm Real Rescues 7:00pm Cops 7:30pm Cops 8:00pm 48 Hrs 9:00pm Unsolved Mysteries 10:00pm Crime Stories 11:00pm Jerry Springer 11:50pm Jerry Springer 12:40am Unsolved Mysteries 1:40am 48 Hrs 2:40am Crime Stories 3:35am Cops 4:25am America’s Dumbest Criminals 5:35am Crossing Over with John Edward


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The Chase

6:00pm

8:00pm Midsomer Murders Detective drama which focuses around the life of Detective Chief Inspector Tom Barnaby 10:30pm Newsnight Comprehensive coverage of the day’s important national and international news stories.

9:15am 11:10am 12:10pm 12:15pm 1:15pm 2:15pm 3:15pm

4:30am 5:30am

ITV Nightscreen ITV Morning News

Thomas and Friends The Wotwots! City of Friends Jelly Jamm Peppa Pig Castle Farm Little Princess The Mr. Men Show Bert and Ernie’s Great Adventures Thomas and Friends Noddy in Toyland Mio Mao Fifi and the Flowertots Peppa Pig Peppa Pig Roary the Racing Car

Milkshake Monkey Bananas in Pyjamas Funky Valley Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom The Wright Stuff LIVE with Gabby 5 News Lunchtime Celebrity Big Brother The Hotel Inspector Law and Order McBride: Dogged

5:00pm 5:30pm

One Born Every Minute More midwifes, mums, dads and babies from Leeds. The second episode of the new series 10:00pm How to be a Good Mother with Sharon Horgan Being a mother nowadays is tough. Everyone’s got an opinion

5 News at 5 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 6:30pm 5 News National and international news. 7:00pm Cowboy Builders Dom Littlewood and Melinda Messenger track down the UK’s most terrible tradesmen 8:00pm Benidorm Documentary series. We meet Stuart from Ellesmere Port - he is in Benidorm on a stag weekend 9:00pm Celebrity Big Brother Action from the BB house. 10:00pm Kym Marsh Teen Mums and Me Former Hear’Say star and current Coronation Street cast member, Kym Marsh takes a candid look at the realities for teenage mothers in the UK today

11:05pm Random Acts Channel 4’s nightly short-form arts strand, showcasing specially commissioned three-minute films 11:10pm London’s Burning Set in Clapham Junction, London 12:15am Launched at Red Bull Studios 12:35am Launched at Red Bull Studios 12:50am The Maccabees 1:15am Coming Up 1:40am Breakfast on Pluto 3:50am The Great British Property Scandal 4:45am Brothers and Sisters 5:25am Countdown

11:00pm Celebrity Big Brother’s Bit on the Side Emma Willis hosts a round up of Big Brother related news and debate 12:00am The Big Game 1:05am Super Casino 4:00am HouseBusters 4:25am Michaela’s Wild Challenge 4:50am Michaela’s Wild Challenge 5:15am Wildlife SOS 5:35am Wildlife SOS

EVENING

11:20pm Darts Coverage of all the latest action from the world of Darts. 12:10am Darts 2:10am BBC News 4:00am Music, Mud and Making Money 4:30am Making Media 5:00am How to Write 5:30am Creative Arts

ITV News at Ten and Weather Round-up of the day’s news. Followed by a national weather forecast and the latest news 10:35pm Payback 12:30am The Zone 2:30am Outland

EVENING

EVENING

EVENING

Film 2012 with Claudia Winkleman 12:15am Their Eyes Were Watching God 2:05am Weatherview 2:10am Country Tracks 3:05am MasterChef: The Professionals 4:05am BBC News

8:35am 8:40am 8:55am 9:00am

9:00pm

10:00pm

11:35pm

7:35am 7:45am 7:55am 8:00am 8:15am 8:20am 8:25am

PRIMETIME

PRIMETIME

Regional News and Weather Up to the minute regional news and weather updates. 6:30pm ITV News and Weather A round-up of the latest news headlines and a national weather forecast. 7:00pm Emmerdale Popular long-running soap opera, set in a Yorkshire village. 7:30pm The Unforgettable Tribute to some of television’s most loved entertainers.

6:00am 6:10am 6:20am 6:30am 6:45am 6:50am 7:00am 7:10am 7:25am

DAYTIME

5:00pm

DAYTIME

10:30am This Morning 11:25am ITV News 11:30am This Morning 12:30pm Loose Women 1:30pm ITV News and Weather 2:00pm Dickinson’s Real Deal 3:00pm Lewis

6:00am The Treacle People 6:10am The Hoobs 6:35am The Hoobs 7:00am Freshly Squeezed 7:30am According to Jim 7:55am According to Jim 8:25am Everybody Loves Raymond 8:55am Frasier 9:25am Undercover Boss Australia 10:25am Vacation, Vacation, Vacation 11:00am A Place in the Sun: Home or Away 12:00pm Channel 4 News Summary 12:05pm Celebrity Five Go to... 1:05pm River Cottage Bites 1:10pm Merrill’s Marauders 3:10pm Countdown 4:00pm Deal or No Deal 5:00pm Celebrity Come Dine with Me 6:00pm The Simpsons Animated comedy series 6:30pm Hollyoaks Cheryl grows concerned when Declan begins portraying Brendan-like traits at the pub quiz. 7:00pm Channel 4 News Includes sport and weather. 7:55pm 4thought.tv Highly personal short films, reflecting on a broad range of religious and ethical issues 8:00pm How to Cook Like Heston Culinary wizard Heston Blumenthal reveals how to perform magic in the kitchen 8:30pm The Fabulous Baker Brothers Viewers can beat the January gloom by immersing themselves in a delicious world of flour, fire and food

MORNING

6:00am Daybreak 8:30am Lorraine 9:25am The Jeremy Kyle Show

MORNING

PRIMETIME

BBC News The latest national and international news stories, followed by Weather. 10:25pm Regional News All the latest local news. 10:30pm Weather The latest weather information. 10:35pm National Lottery Midweek Draws Coverage from the Lottery HQ with the Thunderball, Dream Number and Lotto draws. 10:45pm Freddie Flintoff: Hidden Side of Sport

DAYTIME

PRIMETIME

10:00pm

Little Robots The Adventures of Abney and Teal 6:25am Raa Raa the Noisy Lion 6:35am Octonauts 6:45am Dipdap 6:50am Mike the Knight 7:00am Roar 7:30am The League of Super Evil 7:40am Eliot Kid 7:55am Newsround 8:00am Copycats 8:25am LazyTown 8:50am Lulu Zipadoo 9:05am Tinga Tinga Tales 9:20am The Large Family 9:35am Guess with Jess 9:45am Bob’s Mini Projects 9:50am Louie 9:55am Hoof and Safety with Nuzzle and Scratch 10:15am 64 Zoo Lane 10:30am Wibbly Pig 10:40am Waybuloo 11:00am In the Night Garden 11:30am The Daily Politics 1:00pm See Hear 1:30pm Darts 3:00pm Real Rescues 3:45pm Flog It! 4:30pm Perfection 5:15pm Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is 6:00pm Eggheads General knowledge quiz in which teams from all over the UK battle to beat the formidable ‘Eggheads’ 6:30pm Great British Railway Journeys Michael Portillo takes to the tracks with a copy of George Bradshaw’s Victorian Railway Guidebook. 7:00pm Hairy Bikers’ Best of British 8:00pm The Great Sport Relief Bake Off 9:00pm The Mystery of Edwin Drood 10:00pm Mock the Week...Again Comedy show combining the best elements of panel show, stand-up and improvised games

MORNING

10:58am

DAYTIME

BBC News and Weather 11:00am Saints and Scroungers 11:45am Britain’s Empty Homes 12:13pm BBC News and Weather 12:15pm Bargain Hunt 1:00pm BBC News 1:30pm Regional News 1:45pm Doctors 2:15pm Escape to the Country 3:00pm BBC News and Weather 3:01pm Regional News 3:05pm Deadly 360 3:35pm Wingin’ It 3:47pm Deadly 60 Bites 4:00pm Roy 4:30pm My Life 4:45pm The Owl 5:00pm Newsround 5:15pm Pointless 6:00pm BBC News The latest national and international news stories, followed by Weather. 6:30pm Regional News All the latest local news. 7:00pm The One Show Magazine series featuring a mix of interviews, topical reports and features from around the UK. 7:30pm Match of the Day Live Live coverage of a key football fixture.

WEDNESDAY 11th JANUARY 6:00am 6:10am

MORNING

6:00am Breakfast 9:15am Wanted Down Under 10:00am Homes Under the Hammer

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6:00am Teleshopping 9:00am Gunsmoke 11:00am Star Trek: The Next Generation 12:00pm Mission: Impossible: 1:00pm Kung Fu: The Legend Continues 2:00pm Walker, Texas Ranger 3:00pm The Sentinel 4:00pm Mission: Impossible: 5:00pm Star Trek: The Next Generation 6:00pm The District 7:00pm Walker, Texas Ranger 8:00pm Star Trek: The Next Generation 9:00pm NCIS 10:00pm Walker, Texas Ranger 11:00pm Kung Fu: The Legend Continues 12:00am NCIS 1:00am Gunsmoke 3:00am Return to Savage Beach 4:45am F/X

5:00am Teleshopping 8:00am Dallas 9:00am Dynasty 10:00am Touched by an Angel 11:00am JAG 12:00pm Boston Legal 1:00pm Dallas 2:00pm Touched by an Angel 3:00pm Jake and the Fatman 4:00pm Judge Judy 4:30pm Judge Judy 5:00pm JAG 6:00pm Judging Amy 7:00pm Touched by an Angel 8:00pm Boston Legal 9:00pm CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 10:00pm Bad Girls 11:00pm Dallas 12:00am CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 1:00am Bad Girls 2:00am Judge Judy 3:00am Falcon Crest 4:00am Melrose Place 5:00am Teleshopping

6:00am Teleshopping 9:00am Surf Patrol 9:30am Judge Judy 10:00am Judge Judy 10:30am Beach Patrol 11:00am Missing Persons Unit 11:30am Missing Persons Unit 12:00pm Real Rescues 1:00pm Judge Judy 3:00pm The Doctors 4:00pm Final Justice with Erin Brockovich 5:00pm Missing Persons Unit 5:30pm Missing Persons Unit 6:00pm Real Rescues 7:00pm Cops 8:00pm 48 Hrs 9:00pm Unsolved Mysteries 10:00pm Crime Stories 11:00pm Jerry Springer 12:40am Unsolved Mysteries 1:40am 48 Hrs 2:40am Crime Stories 3:35am Cops 4:25am America’s Dumbest Criminals 5:15am Crossing Over with John Edward 5:35am Crossing Over with John Edward


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THURSDAY 12th JANUARY 6:00am Breakfast 9:15am Wanted Down Under

6:00am 6:10am

EVENING

12:30am The Zone 2:35am Tonight 3:00am ITV Nightscreen 4:35am The Jeremy Kyle Show 5:30am ITV Morning News

6:45am 6:50am 7:00am 7:10am 7:25am

Peppa Pig Castle Farm Little Princess The Mr. Men Show Bert and Ernie’s Great Adventures

Thomas and Friends Noddy in Toyland Mio Mao Fifi and the Flowertots Peppa Pig Peppa Pig Roary the Racing Car Bananas in Pyjamas Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom 9:15am The Wright Stuff 11:10am LIVE with Gabby

PRIMETIME

11:35pm Take Me Out Matchmaker Paddy McGuinness continues his romantic quest to find a date for each of our 30 single girls

My Daughter the Teenage Nudist Mollie and Alex are part of a growing group of teens and twentysomethings who are embracing the world of nature 11:05pm Random Acts Channel 4’s nightly short-form arts strand, showcasing specially commissioned three-minute films 11:10pm Coppers Channel 4’s acclaimed documentary series returns 12:15am Curated by Lyle and Scott 12:30am Embarrassing Bodies 1:25am Undressing My Mother 1:30am Britain’s Greatest Code Breaker 2:40am The Great British Property Scandal 3:35am Whatever Turns You On 3:40am St. Elsewhere 4:30am Brothers and Sisters 5:10am Countdown 5:55am Sali Mali

Thomas and Friends The Wotwots! City of Friends Jelly Jamm

7:35am 7:45am 7:55am 8:00am 8:10am 8:15am 8:25am 8:40am 9:00am

10:00pm

EVENING

12:10am Darts 2:10am BBC News 4:00am 1911 Review of the Year 5:00am Wonders of the Universe: Learning Zone Spinoff

6:30pm Hollyoaks Callum’s determination to help improve George’s self-confidence doesn’t have the desired effect 7:00pm Channel 4 News Includes sport and weather. 7:55pm 4thought.tv Highly personal short films, reflecting on a broad range of religious and ethical issues 8:00pm Location, Location, Location Kirstie and Phil hit the pavements of Windsor and Maidenhead in a bid to find homes 9:00pm Restoration Man Andy Critchlow surprised his girlfriend Ana Perkins when he bought a stunning, cylindrical Grade II listed building

6:00am 6:10am 6:20am 6:30am

DAYTIME

6:00pm

PRIMETIME

Regional News and Weather Up to the minute regional news and weather updates. 6:30pm ITV News and Weather A round-up of the latest news headlines and a national weather forecast. 7:00pm Emmerdale Popular long-running soap opera, set in a Yorkshire village. 7:30pm Tonight Current affairs news stories presented through interviews and discussions. 8:00pm Emmerdale Popular long-running soap opera, set in a Yorkshire village. 8:30pm Coronation Street More drama and turmoil from the residents of Coronation Street in the longest running TV Soap. 9:00pm Eternal Law 10:00pm ITV News at Ten and Weather Round-up of the day’s news. Followed by a national weather forecast and the latest news 10:35pm The Jonathan Ross Show Jonathan Ross presents a chat show in which he will be meeting top guests from around the world

DAYTIME

The Jeremy Kyle Show 10:30am This Morning 11:25am ITV News 11:30am This Morning 12:30pm Loose Women 1:30pm ITV News and Weather 2:00pm Dickinson’s Real Deal 3:00pm Lewis 5:00pm The Chase

5:25am Countdown 6:10am The Hoobs 6:35am The Hoobs 7:00am Freshly Squeezed 7:30am According to Jim 7:55am According to Jim 8:25am Everybody Loves Raymond 8:55am Frasier 9:25am Undercover Boss Australia 10:25am Vacation, Vacation, Vacation 11:00am A Place in the Sun: Home or Away 12:00pm Channel 4 News Summary 12:05pm Celebrity Five Go to... 1:05pm Sainsbury’s and Channel 4 Present... Stephen Miller 2012 1:10pm River Cottage Bites 1:20pm Went The Day Well? 3:10pm Countdown 4:00pm Deal or No Deal 5:00pm Celebrity Come Dine with Me 6:00pm The Simpsons Animated comedy series

MORNING

MORNING

10:30pm Newsnight Comprehensive coverage of the day’s important national and international news stories. 11:20pm Darts Coverage of all the latest action from the world of Darts.

9:25am

EVENING

EVENING

11:35pm This Week A political review of the week. 12:20am Skiing Weatherview 12:25am Countryfile 1:25am Britain’s Hidden Heritage 2:25am James May’s Man Lab 3:25am BBC News

PRIMETIME

PRIMETIME

8:00pm Earthflight 9:00pm New Tricks Drama series featuring an eccentric bunch of ex-policemen who are brought out of retirement 10:00pm BBC News The latest national and international news stories, followed by Weather. 10:25pm Regional News All the latest local news. 10:30pm Weather The latest weather information. 10:35pm Question Time Topical debate with prominent public figures and an invited audience, chaired by David Dimbleby.

DAYTIME

DAYTIME

Homes Under the Hammer 10:58am BBC News and Weather 11:00am Saints and Scroungers 11:45am Britain’s Empty Homes 12:13pm BBC News and Weather 12:15pm Bargain Hunt 1:00pm BBC News 1:30pm Regional News 1:45pm Doctors 2:15pm Escape to the Country 3:00pm BBC News and Weather 3:01pm Regional News 3:05pm Deadly 360 3:35pm Wingin’ It 3:47pm Deadly 60 Bites 4:00pm Roy 4:30pm Leonardo 4:45pm The Owl 5:00pm Newsround 5:15pm Pointless 6:00pm BBC News The latest national and international news stories, followed by Weather. 6:30pm Regional News All the latest local news. 7:00pm The One Show Magazine series featuring a mix of interviews, topical reports and features from around the UK. 7:30pm EastEnders Another visit to the residents of Albert Square, for a regular dose of drama, excitement and tears.

6:00am Daybreak 8:30am Lorraine

MORNING

MORNING

10:00am

Little Robots The Adventures of Abney and Teal 6:25am Raa Raa the Noisy Lion 6:35am Octonauts 6:45am Dipdap 6:50am Mike the Knight 7:00am Roar 7:30am The League of Super Evil 7:40am Eliot Kid 7:55am Newsround 8:00am Copycats 8:25am LazyTown 8:50am Lulu Zipadoo 9:05am Tinga Tinga Tales 9:20am The Large Family 9:35am Guess with Jess 9:45am Bob’s Mini Projects 9:50am Louie 9:55am Hoof and Safety with Nuzzle and Scratch 10:15am 64 Zoo Lane 10:30am Wibbly Pig 10:40am Waybuloo 11:00am In the Night Garden 11:30am BBC World News 12:00pm The Daily Politics 12:30pm Darts 3:00pm Real Rescues 3:45pm Flog It! 4:30pm Perfection 5:15pm Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is 6:00pm Eggheads General knowledge quiz in which teams from all over the UK battle to beat the formidable ‘Eggheads’ 6:30pm Great British Railway Journeys Michael Portillo takes to the tracks with a copy of George Bradshaw’s Victorian Railway Guidebook. 7:00pm Hairy Bikers’ Best of British 8:00pm The Great Sport Relief Bake Off 9:00pm Unfinished Masterpieces with Alistair Sooke 10:00pm Never Mind the Buzzcocks Irreverent pop quiz, with guest competitors from the worlds of music, TV and comedy.

12:10pm 12:15pm 1:15pm 2:15pm 3:15pm 5:00pm 5:30pm

5 News Lunchtime Celebrity Big Brother The Hotel Inspector Law and Order Surrender Dorothy Five News CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 6:30pm Five News National and international news. 7:00pm Police Interceptors Documentary series profiling the work of a high-speed police interception unit in South Yorkshire. 8:00pm World’s Scariest Plane Landings A documentary featuring startling footage of the world’s most petrifying landings. 9:00pm Celebrity Big Brother Action from the BB house.

10:00pm Celebrity Big Brother’s Bit on the Side Emma Willis hosts this finale special. All the celeb housemates are in the studio 11:00pm It’s All About Amy Documentary series following Amy Childs (The Only Way Is Essex, Celebrity Big Brother) 12:00am Super Casino 4:00am HouseBusters 4:25am Michaela’s Wild Challenge 4:50am Michaela’s Wild Challenge 5:10am Wildlife SOS 5:35am Wildlife SOS

TV GUIDE

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6:00am Teleshopping 9:00am Gunsmoke 11:00am Star Trek: The Next Generation 12:00pm Mission: Impossible: 1:00pm Kung Fu: The Legend Continues 2:00pm Walker, Texas Ranger 3:00pm The Sentinel 4:00pm Mission: Impossible: 5:00pm Star Trek: The Next Generation 6:00pm The District 7:00pm Walker, Texas Ranger 8:00pm Star Trek: The Next Generation 9:00pm NCIS 10:00pm Walker, Texas Ranger 11:00pm Kung Fu: The Legend Continues 12:00am NCIS 1:00am Gunsmoke 3:00am In a Dark Place 4:45am F/X

5:00am Teleshopping 8:00am Dallas 9:00am Dynasty 10:00am Touched by an Angel 11:00am JAG 12:00pm Boston Legal 1:00pm Dallas 2:00pm Touched by an Angel 3:00pm Jake and the Fatman 4:00pm Judge Judy 4:30pm Judge Judy 5:00pm JAG 6:00pm Judging Amy 7:00pm Touched by an Angel 8:00pm Boston Legal 9:00pm CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 10:00pm Bad Girls 11:00pm Dallas 12:00am CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 1:00am Bad Girls 2:00am Judge Judy 3:00am Falcon Crest 4:00am Melrose Place 5:00am Teleshopping

6:00am Teleshopping 9:00am Surf Patrol 9:30am Judge Judy 10:00am Judge Judy 10:30am Beach Patrol 11:00am Missing Persons Unit 11:30am Missing Persons Unit 12:00pm Real Rescues 1:00pm Judge Judy 3:00pm The Doctors 4:00pm Final Justice with Erin Brockovich 5:00pm Missing Persons Unit 5:30pm Missing Persons Unit 6:00pm Real Rescues 7:00pm Cops 8:00pm 48 Hrs 9:00pm Unsolved Mysteries 10:00pm Crime Stories 11:00pm Jerry Springer 12:40am Unsolved Mysteries 1:40am 48 Hrs 2:40am Crime Stories 3:35am Cops 4:25am America’s Dumbest Criminals 5:15am Crossing Over with John Edward 5:35am Crossing Over with John Edward


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SHOWBIZ

The 2011 Showbiz Quiz

Let’s see how much attention you’ve been paying to the land of Showbiz this year.... Gaga normally makes jaws drop whenever she arrives at an event but 1. Lady when she arrived at the Grammy Awards this year she really took things to a whole other level , what did she do?

2.

Who was married for a grand total of 72 days before filing for divorce?

announced their pregnancy in style at this year’s MTV Video Music 3. Who Awards?

4.

Which Latino singer split from her third husband this year?

5.

Who had a new album out this month called Lioness: Hidden Treasures?

Time for some multiple choice!

12. A) B) C)

Who beat Ronan Parke in the Britain's Got Talent final in June? Jai McDowell New Bounce Michael McIntyre

was the first celebrity 16. Who eliminated from this year’s

‘ Ok, so how are you with your lyrics?

A) B) C)

19. Rihanna We Found Love

Strictly Come Dancing? Lulu Edwina Currie Dan Lobb

Fill in the missing word from these songs...

‘Yellow BLANK in

6. Who is Jo Calderone? the light...’ Bieber released a movie Zayn and Harry are the two 13. Justin about his life in February. But 17. breakout heart-throbs from Harry Potter film franchise 20. Olly Murs - Heart Skips a Beat what was it called? 7. The boyband One Direction. What are the came to an end this year with The Deathly Hallows: Part 2. How many movies have been made in total?

replaced Cher8. Who yl Cole as a judge

9.

on the US version of The X Factor?

What did Victoria and David Beckham name their newborn daughter?

10. 11.

A) B) C)

Bieber Fever Never Say Never My World

names of the other three members?

‘So put another BLANK on...’

singer Adele had 14. Chart-topping surgery on which part of her A) B) C)

15.

21.

body in November? Her Throat Her Eyes Her Nose

Comedian David Walliams swam the River Thames to raise money Who hosted this year’s Oscars? for Sport Relief. How long did it take him to swim the 140 miles? Jedward represented Ireland at the 6 Days E u r o v i s i o n A) 8 Days Song Contest. B) 2 weeks But where C) did they fin- Much Rather ish in the fi- you than us David! nal?

A) B) C)

Mark, Shane and Nicky Jay, Michael, Ollie Louis, Liam, Niall

had a number one hit this 18. Who year with Party Rock Anthem? A) B) C)

PMSL LMFAO LOLcats

25.

What was the controversial EastEnders plot this year that attracted thousands of complaints from viewers?

26.

Corrie actress Michelle Keegan is dating a member of which boyband?

was the highest earning 27. Who young actor of the year? just missed out on place on 28. Who the judging panel of the BBCs ‘The Voice’?

29.

Which Girls Aloud star entered Rehab in a bid to win back her DJ boyfriend?

ctress 30. Aturned singer, Gwyneth Paltrow has confirmed that she is all set to reprise her roll in Glee but what is her character called?

Bruno Mars The Lazy Song

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‘Pink BLANK in the pool...’

23.

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‘Take me by the BLANK and I’ll Know You...’

24.

Jessie J - Price Tag

‘Why is everybody so BLANK?..’

You’re on the home stretch now!

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48 The Boys Are Back In Town

The SW1 Tenerife Weekly - 23rd December - 12th January 2012

OUT ON THE TOWN

After a well deserved rest, Loony Toons, the outrageously talented comedy duo are back home in Shenanigans Show Bar in The Patch, Las Americas. These guys are the yardstick to which all duos must measure themselves. The music is brilliant with Freddy Kay on keyboards and vocals and Dave Dean on guitar and vocals and unique brand of humour combined with harmonies and top notch renditions of all classic rock songs is guaranteed to keep you riveted to your seat for the entire evening. Freddy, who hails from Manchester is also a top notch comedian with a quick fire wit and a tongue so sharp his own throat is sometimes in danger, the one liners fly and pity on any poor wretch who tries to heckle, the put downs are harsh, brutal even, but very funny as Freddy likes to laugh with his punters, not just at them. Dave, from Newcastle makes his guitar sing, talk, caress you, then blast you back in your seat, with a gritty voice yet incredibly rangy he can cover Bon Jovi then slip comfortably into Adele (pun intended). Everything is live, Freddy even plays a drum pad while tinkling the ivories, so pop in and see them but don’t be surprised to see any amount of guest artists there as lots of resident entertainers love to parade their talents to non back tracked music. Requests are taken but don’t feed the guys as they both tend to bite! In a time when a lot of music is plastic, packed and sealed these lads are a real treat, enjoy.

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THE GOOD GIG GUIDE Bulls Head Live Band Vagabonds

Market Tavern Compere Stan Frasier All Football Shown

Shambles Compere Rick Gothard Cabaret Alexander MacRae

Gordon King In Grandee O’Donnells Golf Del Sur Then Shenanigans After Loony Toons

Ray Wilde Premier Bar Amarilla Golf

Dave Michaels Comedy Vocal Show Adeje Beach Hotel

Hereford Bull With Keith Kristy. All You Can Drink Every Night 20 euro

Tue

Coconut Joes Compere Gordon King Cabaret Stan Frasier

Bulls Head Live Band Vagabonds

Market Tavern Compere Carly Munro All Football Shown

Shambles Compere Paul Mac Cabaret Dions Big Bopper Rock N Roll Show

Phil West In Laguna Park 2 With Reptile Show

Ray Wilde Wild Geese Bar Golf Del Sur

Dave Michaels St Eugenes Bar With 3 Top Cabarets

Hereford Bull With Keith Kristy. Cash Bingo Every Night

Wed

Coconut Joes Compere John Ashford Cabaret Ged Bolton’s Rod Stewart

Bulls Head Live Band Vagabond

Market Tavern Compere Carly Munro

Shambles Bar Compere Paul Mac Cabaret Elaine Alexander

Gordon King Will Be In Inferno Bar With Gus Meyers

Ray Wilde Premier Bar Amarilla Golf

Phil West Laguna Park 2 With Johnny Circus

Hereford Bull With Keith Kristy. With Special Guest Artistes

Thu

Coconut Joes Compere Scott Bateman Cabaret Helena

Bulls Head Live Band Vagabonds

Market Tavern Compere Carly Munro All Football Shown

Shambles Bar Compere Rick Gothard Cabaret Bobby Pearson

Gordon King In The Inferno With His Tribute To Elvis Presley Then Shenanigans After Loony Toons

Phil West In Laguna Park 2 With Shanes’ Mister Sister Show

Dave Michaels In Volares Cabaret Show Bar With Top Cabaret

Hereford Bull With Keith Kristy. Texas Hold ‘Em Every Night

Fri

Coconut Joes Compere John Ashford Cabaret Michaela As Tina Turner

Bulls Head Live Band Vagabonds

Market Tavern Compere Stan Frasier All Football Shown

Shambles Bar Compere Paul Mac Cabaret Michael J Grant

Gordon King In Piazza Bar With Then Shenanigans After Loony Toons

If You Would Like To Advertise On The Good Gig Guide Call Gordon On 693 732 536

Dave Michaels In Volares Cabaret Show Bar With Top Cabaret

Hereford Bull With Keith Kristy. Karaoke Every Night

Sat

Coconut Joes Compere Claudio Cabaret Jasmin

Bulls Head Live Band Vagabonds

Market Tavern Compere Carly Munro

Shambles Bar Compere Rick Gothard Cabaret Pip Browns’ Tribute To Michael Bublé All Football Shown

Gordon King In Bev Hills With Blues Brothers Tribute Or Pip Brown’s Michael Bublé Show Xmas Special Eclipse

Ray Wilde Premier Bar Amarilla Golf

Phil West Will Be In Laguna Park 1

Hereford Bull With Keith Kristy With Live Horse Racing

Sun

Coconut Joes Compere Scott Bateman Cabaret John Ashfords’ Buddy Holly

Bulls Head Live Band Vagabonds

Market Tavern Compere Carly Munro

Shambles Bar Compere Rick Gothard Cabaret Heather Mcnaughtys’ Fattitude Show

If You Would Like To Advertise On The Good Gig Guide Call Gordon On 693 732 536

Ray Wilde Premier Bar Amarilla Golf

Dave Michaels In Pheasant Plucker With Top Cabaret

Hereford Bull With Keith Kristy. Sunday afternoon BBQ. Not To Be Missed

Mon

Coconut Joes Compere Scott Bateman, Cabaret Becky

GOOD GIG GUIDE. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL GORDON KING ON 693 732 536


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