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The light at the end of the governmental tunnel may have finally been illuminated, as the mayor of Orihuela, Monserrate
GuillĂŠn, withdrew the operational powers of CLr councillor Pedro Mancebo, deciding that the government must finally get on with the job of governing. Continued on Page 2
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FROM PAGE ONE In a statement, Guillén stated that, “it is inevitable that Mancebo would be removed from exercising his responsibilities. It was not easy, but I have no choice because he has systematically violated agreements between us”. This is the first definite move by the mayor to gain control of a government team who has systematically fought since their election, been unable to agree on many different subjects, and ultimately progressed through unilateral decisions, often in an underhanded manner, so as not to raise suspicion until plans had been made public, highlighting their inability to operate as a tri-party government team. In a statement from the government, the PSOE and Los Verdes say that they decided to dismiss the powers of the Councillor for Infrastructure, Tourism, Costa, Beaches and Communication, Pedro Mancebo. Both groups believe that this is an exercise in accountability to citizens. They state that it is the only way of ensuring the future for the government, rather than “getting lost in stories”. They also continue to accuse Mancebo of dividing the government team, and of systematically violating the resolutions adopted. He never worked in a team, has been disrespectful of other members of the government team and caused lack of coordination between the members, as well as failing to attend group meetings and invading other council powers. On their Facebook page, the PSOE stated that their reasons for the action were due to Mancebo´s, “disloyalty” and “lack of commitment”, and his policies have too often led to public outrage and ridicule, as for example in the last assembly of CLR-Claro”. Indeed, often in the public eye carrying out shows of the good work he was personally carrying out, Mancebo has also been involved, in one way or another, in public spectacles that would not be considered
Monday, 4th February, 2013 acceptable for somebody in public office, including the aggressive CLr and CLARO meeting of this week, where disagreements led to physical harm, threats and many more disagreements, not to mention the recent case of being involved in a brawl in a restaurant in Orihuela, for which he maintains he was the victim. Last week, there were strong allegations against the government team, and Mancebo, from the former Mayoress of Orihuela, Partido Popular councillor Mónica Lorente, who made claim to the disgrace that the neglect of the coast has suffered under Mancebo. Even former ally Bob Houliston gave him some credit for failing, pointing out that Mancebo has simply taken too much on. Immediately after the announcement, CLr councillor Juan Ignacio López-Bas, voluntarily withdrew his support for the roles assigned to him, stating that he can neither understand, nor assume nor accept the decision taken by the mayor to cease Mancebo´s powers. Marta Campillo, the unelected representative of human resources also withdrew her support for the government, taking the same stance as López-Bas. In a further statement, Bob Houliston responded by saying, “As soon as the dust settles C.L.A.R.O. will issue a separate and full press release describing and evaluating the circumstances leading to the removal of CLR from the government and the prospects of survival of a two- party Socialist and Green party government supported by only 9 out of 25 councillors in the Plenary of the Orihuela Town Hall.” Although the roles of infrastructure, tourism, the coast, beaches and communication which were covered by Mancebo, and trade and finance, which were under Lopez-Bas, will be shared between other bodies, the municipal government of Orihuela is now formed of 9 elected councillors, 6 from the PSOE and 3 from Los Verdes, a move which is set to be formulised over the next few days. There are now effectively 16 in opposition, 12 from the PP, 2 from CLr, and 2 unassigned. The competencies of infrastructure will pass to the PSOE, the Los Verdes take on the coast and beaches, and the Mayor himself will assume the responsibility of communication. See page 6 for CLR Response
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Howard James Roberts 18/11/44 – 27/1/13 Howard James Roberts passed away peacefully at home on Sunday 27 January after a short illness. He had been El Presidente of Colinas de la Zenia, fase 1, for over eight years, during which time Howard worked tirelessly for the good of his urbanisation and it’s residents. He arrived in Spain in 2002, having formerly owned a pub, The Fox and Rabbit, in ‘Heartbeat Country’ between Pickering and Whitby, in the middle of the Yorkshire Dales. But Spain quickly became his home and he was only too happy to become actively involved in the running of his urbanisation and its surrounds. Howard was a very sociable individual, well liked by all those with whom he came into contact. He will be sadly missed by Ann as well as all his family and many friends. The funeral service took place at Torrevieja Crematorium last Monday 28 January.
THE NOOK SUPPOR T SAN MIGUEL FAMILIES Customers of The Nook situated in in Urb. Villacosta II, Las Filipinas, were being lauded by The San Miguel Ayuntamiento last week following their donation of food to the Neighbourhood Association, San Miguel Archangel. The donation, worth 800 euros, was collected following a charity event held by the bar over Christmas. The event was made possible as a result of the generosity of Michelle Mint and customers of The Nook. Michelle, a mother of four children, said that she identifies with the neediest because she has been through similar situations herself. She said that she is keen to do whatever she can for such families to help them through this difficult time. The neighborhood association wholeheartedly welcomed this support from the bar. “They quite clearly share our concern and anxiety for the neediest families within the local community,” a spokesman said. “A true example of social integration.”
IT’S A GAME
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PERFECT FOR OLLI
Olli puts much of the success down to his ball which was drilled by Norwegian professional Tore Togerson
Sporting history was made at Ozone Bowling in Torrevieja last week when Olli Leppanen bowled he very first ‘perfect game’ ever seen at the leisure complex. The alley first opened in 2001. It has therefore been operating for over 12 years during which time hundreds of thousands of frames have been bowled by bowlers of many different standards, from mums and dads to casual and league bowlers, including many professionals who actually make their living at the game. Many
of these have played regularly at the very top level of the sport on the American PBA Tour. But last Tuesday night was no different for Olli. Just like any other he arrived to represent his ‘Team Finland’ in the Cornish Pride Los Dolses Ten Pin Bowling League. It was not until the tenth frame of his second game that the other bowlers playing in the league, realised that Olli had another chance to make the magic 300. He actually came close a couple of weeks ago. You could hear a pin drop as
Olli struck out with his tenth and his eleventh balls. Just one more strike required, was history about to be made? Everyone in the alley was willing him on and as Olli hit the pocket’ with his twelfth ball an enormous cheer went up from around the whole complex. He had bowled the ‘perfect game’ of 12 strikes in a row, giving him the maximum score of 300. Obviously Olli was absolutely delighted having gone close on a number of occasions. After the game he put much of his success down to his ball, a 15lb Columbia Scout, which was drilled by Tore Torgerson, a very famous Norwegian professional bowler, who came
down to Torrevieja last October when he played in an International competition and drilled a number of bowls for Torrevieja players. On the night Team Finland beat their opponents, Caballo Negro, 7-1 and as you might expect following such a per-
formance it was Olli and his team who topped all of the night’s highest scores, scratch and handicap. Team Finland also seem to be running away with the league, leading second placed Hall y Day by 16 points with just eight weeks of
the season remaining. League sponsors, Cornish Pride, also offered their congratulations to Olli, the achievement of which they hope to mark with a suitable presentation in the coming weeks.
AFA’S ST. VALENTINE’S SPECIAL BY EVA TEJEDOR
President Matilde Sanchez, shop manager Jose plus Volunteers, with part of their St.Valentine’s display AFA Torrevieja have a special treat for visitors to their Charity shop this week, with a display of ‘red’ goodies, specially selected to celebrate St. Valentines day. With the start of the new year comes a new drive for donations, both for unwanted clothes, bric-a-brac and other items, plus their main objective, to raise funds for their charitable organisation. The Association of Friends and Relatives of Alzheimer's Sufferers in Torrevieja (AFA Torrevieja) opened their doors in 2004. They have two objectives; their first phase to operate their day care centre where suffers can day working with staff to help to try and improve their mental and physical state and their long term plan, to have a full time, Residential Centre. Although AFA Torrevieja takes in suffers from around around the entire region, including Orihuela and south of Alicante, they only receive financial support from the Town Hall of Torrevieja. The annual running costs for their centre and support staff exceeds €400,000 per year and their fundraising efforts never cease. With there being no known cure for Alzheimer’s and no obvious cause, funding for and their families, they are reliant on funding from Torrevieja Town Hall, donations and sales from their Cancer shops. Many people have difficulties in getting into Torrevieja’s Town Centre to drop off goods at their shop on Calle Maestro Francisco Valejos, they do have a pick up service and are hoping to arrange some drop off centres around Torrevieja and Orihuela Costa. If you can help in any way, or if you are a business owner that has the space to receive bags of clothes for their cancer shop, please contact their main office for more details. For those that are in need of a Calendar for 2013, AFA Proyecto Mastral Calendar on offer for those that wish to drop into their headquarters on Monday 11 February from noon, located at Avenida de La Estacion. For more information please contact Matilde Sanchez on 647119991 or Judy Ferris on 610082593. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org of phone them direct 966702500 - Fax: 966702203 or their web site: www.afatorrevieja.es
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ENGLISH CLASSES IN TORREVIEJA BY EVA TEJEDOR More than a hundred Spanish students are enjoying immersing themselves in the English language, thanks to an new initiative at Torrevieja’s Youth Centre, the CIAJ. After a discussion between course coordinator Crystal East and Councillor for Education Rosario Martinez, informal English conversation classes started on November 4, 2012 and have been growing in popularity ever since. The idea is very simple; native English speakers host a table of students and talk about whatever comes to mind. It’s an opportunity for Spanish students, who have at least an intermediate knowledge of English, to enjoy speaking English outside of a structured classroom environment, which everyone seems to enjoy. The CIAJ, Centre for Information and Youth Animation is located on Torrevieja’s seafront at Paseo Juan Aparicio Number 5, beside Burger King and the Cantina Cafe. Such has been the success of the course that Crystal is now seeking more volunteers, and if you would like to know more about the conversational classes,you can visit during class times, send an email to Crystal at email@example.com or phone 644136711 or
Crystal East, Graham Knight and Rosario Martinez outside the CIAJ 965703310. The conversation classes take place on Tuesday and Thursday from 10:00 to 12:00 noon and Wednesday and Thursday from 5:00pm to 6:00pm. Last Tuesday, the centre had a visit from Councillor for Foreigners and Education, Rosario Martinez and the Director of the Foreign Residents Office, Graham Knight. On Tuesday, more than seventy Spanish students were in conversation with English speakers. The courses are free and only stop during the summer months and holiday periods. Director of the Foreign Residents Office, Graham Knight, chats with Spanish students and volunteers
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IT’S NOT SO BA D We are back to exactly where we were 22 days after the election when Bob decided to desert Pedro. Antonia Moreno was trying to bully Pedro into obeying her commands with the help of Monserrate Guillen. At the same time Monica Lorente was trying to woo Pedro to her side. Pedro is unlike all the other party leaders, he is patient, he wants to help the people, he works on the ground with the people and he meets them face to face because he cares about the people. Antonia Moreno states publicly that Pedro does not respect her authority – what authority? She is the leader of a political party the same as Pedro, she is a teacher and he is a solicitor, she is now back teaching 30 children, Pedro is working for the 90,000 people of Orihuela. The socialist snob Antonia looks down on Pedro. She controls her party and the mayor, she demands that Pedro bow down to her but he won’t. Why did all this happen now? In the last month alone Pedro blocked Antonia from spending all the proceeds from the land sale, insisting that 40% must go to Coastal projects as she agreed before the sale,
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By Raymond Kearney President CLR Supporters Group
Antonia did not like this. Pedro pointed out that now was the wrong time to renovate her street because of the traffic congestion in Orihuela while the new railway bridge was being built, she really did not like that. In the town hall there is an office assigned to CLR where their departments work together. Antonia forced her person into that office and when Antonia’s lady was told to move to another area, Antonia did not like that. Town hall employees that are paid to work 37? hours per week (by us), they only work 35 hours a week. The CLR team responsible for Human Resources instructed workers to work the 2? hours that they were shorting the public every week and Antonia took major exception to that. This is really why school teacher Antonia has put Pedro in the bold corner. Pedro is not obeying the school teacher. Pedro must be disciplined until he does everything that the teacher wants. Pedro deserves to be slapped. Why can’t he be a good boy like Monserrate, who does everything he’s told?
TOREVIEJA PLANT LIFE OFFERED PROTECTION
A new ordinance has been implemented in Torrevieja, aimed at protecting parkland and the environment, whilst allowing for action to be taken against those who cause damage to the natural surroundings, either maliciously, or by means of such recent activities as the spread of aggressive plants that have almost wiped out some of the most delicate, native specimens of the coast. The ordinance requires a catalogue of plant life to be collated, indicating the current situation and the amounts of each specimen that currently resides. Characteristics such as size, age, beauty, composition, or the cultural uniqueness that makes proposed sites worthy of protection, “for the community”, will be compiled, and there will be a six month project time to conclude an action plan for those that need special protection. Incidents which then result in risking or damaging the plant life, may well lead to fines of up to 3,000 euro for those responsible for damage to the catalogued flora. It is hoped that the move will go some way to turning back the clock of damage caused by the
rapid growth of Torrevieja, the damage caused by developments such as underground car parks, as the near extinction of some plant which have suffered, such as the spread of cactus plants which many residents used for ornamental purposes, but then spread into the natural environment. The ordinance contains 82 pages with all sorts of technical guidance on trees, annual irrigation and specifications for the provision of copies in the streets and housing projects, and was presented by the PP government team, with the sole purpose of updating the laws to speed up the process of taking action. The Los Verdes green party had already tried to offer protection to some of the older trees in the city, many which are over 100 years of age, such as one which The Leader reported on recently, suffering damage by building work on a retail site next to a coastal home owned by a resident of Madrid. The suggestion and implementation of this ordinance met with some surprise that the PP group would try to take action with an environmentally focussed agenda, although the proof of value will come in the implementation of the law in the future.
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‘Twitters from the Atlantic’ Barrie Mahoney was a teacher, head teacher and school inspector in the UK, as well as a reporter in Spain, before moving to the Canary Islands as a newspaper editor. He is still enjoying life in the sun as a writer and author.
Les Misera b les in the Canary Islands It has been a long time since I have been to the cinema, maybe ten years or so. It’s not that I don't like movies; it is that I much prefer to see a live show or concert, or watching movies at home. Indeed, one of the things that I do miss as an expat, alongside Marmite and mince pies, is the occasional visit to London’s West End or a Madrid theatre to see the latest play or musical. One of my all time favourites is Les Miserables, which I think I have now seen seven times, and never tire of its moving plot and exhilarating, spiritual music. The only exception to this acute neglect of the cinematic experience was a one-time visit to an open-air cinema. It was a bit of a novelty, and fascinating experience to watch a movie beneath a starlit sky on a warm summer’s evening, but not one that I would care to repeat. I, like many others, found that mosquitoes and other flying insects feasting and attacking our skin tended to lead to a lack of concentration on the film. So, after ten years, in was off to our local multiplex, to see Les Miserables. The cinema seemed to be mainly focussed upon selling huge buckets of popcorn, pick and mix sweets - Woolworth's style, as well as huge quantities of over priced fizzy drinks. I shuddered to think of the calorific and caffeine content included in these treats, but recognise that it is all part of the cinematic
experience and, I guess, forms a substantial and welcome part of the overall takings. The cinema showing our film was small, yet very comfortable, and I was very impressed with the comfort of the armchair style seats - much improved since the last time I visited any cinema. There were the usual run of trailers advertising future films, but sadly no ‘Pearl and Dean’ advertising or a pre-feature film! Yes, those days have long gone, as have those smartly dressed ladies bearing a tray full of frozen goodies at half time. What did surprise me, in this age of 3D, Dolby, surround and stereo sound, was the appalling quality of sound during this film. The sound appeared to be coming from a couple of speakers directly beneath the screen, with no surround or stereo sound in existence. Maybe the right knobs on the control panel hadn't been adjusted correctly, and I was itching to help the projectionist to sort out the problem with his woofers and tweeters. Sadly, there was no one in sight to ask, and I guess that the controls for the film were pre-set and being operated from a remote control centre somewhere in Madrid. We get far better sound quality from our basic home cinema system. However, a range of interesting sounds from the bucket popcorn and nachos chompers were received in full stereo sound, as were the anticipated coughs and sniffs during the emotional scenes of the film. I was surprised that very young children were also in the audience, including one group of seven-year-olds, complete with balloons and hats, who seemed to arrive from a children’s birthday party. The children were mostly very well behaved, although the Brit and teacher in me felt distinctly uncomfortable when I realised that they too were witnessing the unpleasant, yet brief, prostitute/rape scene, as well as other violence. Clearly, there are no British Board of Film Censor categories and prohibitions over here.
By Bar rie Mahoney
It was an experience. The film was good, but I think I would be adding, “Could do better” on the end of term report card for the cinema. As for those cynics who said that making a film would put people off from seeing the stage show. Certainly not. I know which version I much prefer and I will be heading to London’s West End for a refresher the next time that I am in the UK. If you enjoyed this article, take a look at Barrie’s websites: www.barriemahoney.com and www.thecanaryislander.com or read his latest book, ‘’Expat Survival’ (ISBN: 978 147 913 0481) © Barrie Mahoney
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BODY FOUND FLOATING IN TORREVIEJA HARBOUR The body of a woman, believed to be of 65 years of age, was seen floating in the water within the harbour of Torrevieja on Friday. The socking discovery was made at around 8 in the morning, dressed in winter clothing, and thought to have fallen from a boat and drifted into the harbour area. The woman was seen floating face down with no apparent signs of violence and was wearing jewellery at the time of finding, leading investigators to believe that there were no criminal suspicions attached to the case, although they are also not ruling out suicide. Officers from the Local Police and Guardia Civil were assisted by fire fighters who retrieved the lifeless body of the woman, who was then taken to Alicante for an autopsy to be carried out.
ROBBERY IN QUESADA
Judicial Police are investigating the robbery that occurred in an amusement arcade in Quesada on Sunday, where a man tied and gagged the owner inside the office so that he could rob the premises. The initial investigation reveals that the suspect was believed to be a lone male, who was wearing a black outfit and a hat, and was caught on CCTV in the premises, although this has not yet assisted in identifying the robber. The owner of the business had entered the office and caught the thief, but was then gagged and bound. He had to be treated in Torrevieja Hospital for shock after the incident. The owner´s wife was serving in the bar and heard her husband shouting, which alerted her to what was happening. She found her husband lay on the floor as the robber fled the scene. They summoned help and the local police were quick to attend, who then called an ambulance to treat the man for shock. The owners of the establishment, originally from Argentina, bought the business two years ago in an area which has a large British population.
PILAR BRIDGE NOMINATED FOR AWARD El Puente del Beso, or the Kiss Bridge, in the town of Pilar de la Horadada, is one of four pieces of infrastructure that has been nominated as a candidate of best concrete construction of the last four years. The team of architects from the University of Alicante responsible for the creation say that the structural design, “was based on the Japanese art of folding paper, origami, but we replaced the paper with concrete”. Completed in 2012, the project is said to relate to two different parts of Pilar de la Horadada, divided by an artificial watercourse that collects rain water. Each side of the bank of the canal is interpreted as a different way to cross from side to side. The pedestrian bridge is a new way of defining the passage as the bridge offers “a kiss, a caress of two structures” The overall length of the structures is more than 60 meters and 2.5 meters wide. The bridge project also has a practical use as it acts as a flood defence to the park land in the event of rain.
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HIGH DRAMA ON THE STREETS OF TORREVIEJA
A spectacular scene evolved on Avenida Tomás Boj Andreu in the Los Altos area of Torrevieja this week, when eight local police vehicles, Guardia Civil, the fire brigade and an ambulance all rushed to the scene of an action movie like incident late at night. The 112 emergency call centre received a call at around 22:45 on Tuesday night, reporting that the driver of a vehicle had lost control and crashed, after somebody had pointed a firearm at him as he drove along the road. He and his two passengers were subsequently requiring urgent attention. However, upon arriving at the scene, the officers were suspicious of both the report, and the potential amount of alcohol that the driver had consumed. A breathe test of the driver was carried out, of which the results were positive. It was also then confirmed that the report of a potential assault by a person with a firearm was in fact not true. Officers were unable to ascertain who made the initial telephone report, whether it was a witness or somebody involved in the crash. The vehicle in which the driver and two passengers were travelling in, all from South America, crashed and overturned on the road was blocking the exit to one of its occupants. That's when the 112 received notice citing the threat of an armed man. HA SAMU ambulance attended to the driver who suffered a minor injury to his arm. At that point, the occupants of the crashed car then changed the story and blamed another vehicle for the crash; a vehicle which they say then fled the scene. An investigation is being carried out.
WORKERS FACE PAY FREEZE Some 230,000 shop workers will see their salaries frozen until 2016, with the exception of consumer led incentives, as well as being forced to work on Sundays and holidays without compensation, according to plans agreed by the Spanish National Association of Department Stores (Anged), whose members include the likes of Carrefour, Auchan, Eroski, IKEA, El Corte Ingles, Cortefiel, and C & A, and the Fetico y Fasga unions However, the agreement has not yet been signed by the CCOO, UGT, LAB and CIG unions, as they are looking at negotiating other terms also based on performance of the consumer index. For its part, the retail group has promised that the agreement would secure jobs for the entire term of the agreement.
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CHRISTMAS CARDS FOR TORREVIEJA PENSIONERS COST 8,000 EUROS The Alternativa Popular (APTCe) has criticised the mayor, Eduardo Dolon, for spending over 8,000 euros of taxpayers money on sending Christmas greetings to almost 18,000 Torrevieja pensioners. Councillor Dolores Albaladejo explained that 17,454 envelopes were used to convey the greetings at a cost of 0.098 euros each, 1710 euros in total. Postage amounted to 6883 euros in addition to which there were two copier toners used and 35 packets of printer paper. Each letter has cost approximately 50 cents from council funds. Not costed were the man hours involved of the council employee who was tasked with producing and distributing the letters. Dolon said that in the letter he confirmed his "commitment" not only to work for the city and its citizens, but "to be honest in all his dealings", and that he recognized that 2012 was quite probably not "the best year of our lives." He said that sending this type of greeting was a custom inherited from the previous mayor, Pedro Hernandez, but he was inclined to use Christmas cards without a message. As the correspondence was sent out in Castilian many of the 15,000 non Spanish residents who were unable to read it went along to municipal offices to have it translated.
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TORREVIEJA OFFICE FOR EDE-ENERGY
EDE-Energy is a pioneering company which specializes in the assembly and maintenance of charging points for electric vehicles. With last week’s announcement that it will open an office in Torrevieja a spokesman said that it now intends to implement this ground breaking technology throughout Alicante and Murcia. Commercial Manager, Antonio Luis Fernandez, explained that there are currently many municipalities that are starting to equip themselves with the electric charging stations that are needed for electric vehicles to circulate independently. The electric car produces no greenhouse gas emissions and no noise pollution. Fernandez explained that the Torrevieja based office is primarily intended to serve the administrations concerned in siting such stations in residential and tourist areas in Alicante and Murcia, and with residents increasingly aware and interested in purchasing this type of vehicle, for urban journeys, the demand will increase enormously in the next 2 or 3 years. As well as the obvious advantages with much lower emission and pollution the expenditure required for running an electric vehicle is three times lower than that derived from fossil fuel. But the one major obstacle preventing the launch of electric cars in Spain is the absence of a supply network for charging them up. However in 2012, only 1,500 such vehicles were registered in Spain. Fernandez feels though that the improvement to the charging network will bring with it a corresponding increase in the number of electric cars that are purchased.
FOOTBALLER CRITICIZED FOR DRIVING IN CAST
A driving school in Cáceres has urged the Directorate General of Traffic (DGT) to take action against Real Madrid´s goalkeeper, Iker Casillas, for driving a car whilst his left arm was in plaster from an injury sustained during the semi finals of the Copa del Rey against Valencia. The driving school states that millions of people would have seen the pictures in the press and on TV, and it sets a bad example to people, if no action is taken against him. However, the DGT has dismissed the sanction because it, “cannot act on a simple picture of a media”. The director of the Groupo Placentina school, Antonio Macedo, says that the problem is that teachers will embark on a road training lecture, aspiring learners to a safe driving future, and they tell students that, “you cannot drive with one hand in plaster as it causes lack of mobility and is needed for safe driving”." Macedo has insisted that the DGT, “act on its own or make an exception to the rule that exempts celebrities and elite athletes”. It might be worthwhile Mecedo flicking through the back copies of The Leader, as in November 2011, we reported on the DGT fining film production company Tripictures 30,000 euro, because a poster for a film, Larry Crowne, shows the actors on a scooter but not wearing helmets. We reported, “Article 52 of Spanish traffic laws prohibits any publicity, in print, audio or video that may incite excessive speed, reckless driving, situations of danger or any other circumstance involving conduct contrary to the principles of the Law. As the actors Tom Hanks and Julia Roberts are riding a scooter without wearing the mandatory headgear on the poster for the film Larry Crowne, which was released in September in Spain, the image on the poster contravenes that law.” Pop singer Shakira has also now been highlighted for a video in which she wasn´t wearing a crash helmet on a scooter, “what these people do, given their popularity, is what most permeates much of society”, Macedo concluded.
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CARNIVAL’S A ‘DRAG’ IN TORREVIEJA
BY EVA TEJEDOR Torrevieja’s Carnival started in earnest on Friday, with the fourth National Drag Queen Contest in Torrevieja’s Municipal Theatre.
The event was again presented by the ineffable Lady G and in this first year as that the contest has been designated as a Fiesta of Provincial Tourist Interest, the quality of the eight participants was much higher than pre-
vious editions. Torrevieja Drag Queen 2013 was Perlam, who received a cash prize of €1,000 euros. with €500 awarded the 1st Lady Drag Queen, Steinburg and finally Vetada Bandolera, who received third prize and the title of 2nd bridesmaid! The winner of the contest, along with a cash reward, also takes pride and place on the last, and most colourful float, after the Carnival Queen herself, during Torrevieja’s two parades. This year, Torrevieja’s Carnival has been awarded the title of ‘Provincial Tourist Interest’ and is being heavily promoted at FITUR in Madrid this week, during Spain’s most important Tourism Exhibition. Along with the Drag Queen, there are two other major floats in the procession, the first for the Junior Carnival Queen, which this year is Carolina Valero, the daughter of the former, popular Councillor for Foreigners, Pedro Valero. Her float will be spectacularly adorned with a fantasy called "In a dream garden." Carolina is 12 years old and studying first year at Colegio La Purisima. Torrevieja’s Carnival Queen 2013, is 28 year old Laura Comparsa, who will be smiling and waving to the crowd, scantly dressed in a wonderful cre-
ation that would not be out of place in Rio’s Sambadrome. All three Queens plus more than 30 local schools and performance groups will be taking part in this year’s parades. Next Saturday, the Night Parade starts at 10.00pm and runs the length of Ramon Gallud, from in front of the Town Hall, to the square at J Mullins Pub. Wrap up warm, take your camera, tuck a plastic bag in your pocket to store the sweets that are thrown to the crowd and enjoy one of the most colourful and fun festivities in Torrevieja’s Cultural Calendar.
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BAR ROOM PHILOS0PHY OR SIMPLE FACT? What would a bar or pub be like without the right type of fur niture niture to set it off off and provide provide it with the right atmosphere?....not atmosphere?....not much I would suggest, which is exactly what your potential clientele will think as well; they simply won't retur retur n.
“The final stage of a project after all the hard work and stress that has gone into fitting out a new unit from the ground up, or even refitting an existing bar, is, in my opinion, the most important,” said Stephen Bolger, the owner of Bolger Muebles in Torre Pacheco. “Whilst the finished project looks good prior to us bringing in our furniture, when an order is delivered it looks absolutely fantastic. When everything is in place just prior to the opening night, the furniture is the final touch, setting everything off. Instant atmosphere, as it were.” “That's why, in our opinion, it is vital to choose the right type of furniture for the type of bar that you have in mind,” said Stephen, “and to this end, we have a wide range of tables and chairs to choose from, either refurbished or brand new stock, ready to go and all made to a high commercial U.K. specification and standard for durability.” “We have supplied our bar furniture to many establishments, both up and down the coast and inland, for several years, and we find that the first time a customer pays us a visit, they are amazed to find such a wide choice, exactly the type of furniture they had in mind, and with-
out having to go to the trouble of ordering from the U.K. usually with the additional expense involved for transport and often with the chance of being disappointed once it finally arrives.” At Bolger Muebles you will be able to browse through their comprehensive range stock, initially perhaps just to get a few ideas or take some measurements, enabling you then to make a plan to see what will go where, without having to buy too much or too little furniture. Stephen said that most of his customers start with 8 or 10 tables, and with chairs to match. Usually they return within a short time to top up their initial order with half a dozen small bar stools, either for the end of the tables or to put into corners of the room. Clients are able to choose from traditional pub style furniture with solid or upholstered seats or the more classic or modern designs, such as Victorian style bench seats, poseur tables, farmhouse stools, antique leather covered barstools, dining tables with original old antique sewing machine bases for Irish pubs, modern solid ashwood 2.5 meter coffee tables for trendy bars or round cast iron Ladies Head tables for the more traditional English pub settings. So if you are planning to open a bar or pub soon or simply wish to refurb your exsisting one for the new season ahead, then we welcome and invite you to call and see the extensive range that we have on offer at Bolger Muebles. Bolger Muebles can be found at Avd. Juan Carlos 1 169,Torre Pacheco, Murcia, on the Torre Pacheco road F30 km. 8 after leaving the exit no. 790 off the AP7, heading toward Cartagena, not far from Murcia Airport, San Javier. If you wish to call for directions or any other information then please contact Stephen on 968 57 9993 or 606 568 516 or you can Email. firstname.lastname@example.org See the main advertisement on page 4.
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POLICE UNION DENOUNCES IT’S OWN VEHICLE FLEET Elche’s local police and fire fighters union has denounced the city council saying that many of the vehicles in their current fleet are in a worrying state of disrepair.
The last time Elche received any new vehicles was in 2008
The most recent vehicles brought into the fleet are now over five years old and many have recorded mileages of between 300,000 and 400,000 kilometres. Vehicles are regularly breaking down in the city centre with policemen having to push them off the road and into places of safety so as not to disrupt the flow of traffic. Some cars have their bumper brackets tied on which is of especial concern when responding to emergency situations and the union are now insisting that local government provides minimum guarantees for the provision of police services. But the union says that it has been denouncing the mayor for over two years now and such is the situation that they are currently in that the councilor responsible is now proposing to use unclaimed and abandoned cars in the police compound.
PLAYA FLAMENCA RESIDENCIA OFFICE TO REOPEN The Oficina de Extranjería in Alicante has said in a reversal of the closure of the National Police office in the Orihuela Costa town hall,that the facility will reopen soon. The department will now be working closely with the town hall for the provision of support staff and associated training to be carried out by the Commissioner of the National Police, and would therefore reopen within a short period of time.
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BABY BOO M IN TORREVIEJA Torrevieja hospital has released data relating to the number of babies born during 2012, revealing some interesting statistics on the future generations of the city. In total, there were 1,251 births, 8 babies less than the previous year. Of that figure 627 were boys, the remaining 624 were girls. There were a total of 57 nationalities represented in the new delivery section, of which the majority were Spanish, a total of 552, followed by Moroccans with 144, and the British came in third with 86 new members of the human race. The average age of mum was put at between 31 and 35, with the oldest being 49 and the youngest just
15. The average weight of baby was 3.2kg, or 7.05 pounds. The modern hospital in Torrevieja caters for every element of childbirth, including before and after, and operates 24 hours per day, all year round. There are six treatment and recovery rooms, two delivery rooms and an operating theatre ready to face any emergency, and they pride themselves on treating each case on its own merit, according to the care needs of each patient, and always respecting the dignity, autonomy and privacy of people who use the service.
A CLEAR VISION FOR EMAUS Specsavers Opticas in Calpe met with Carole Saunders and Montserrant Filter from the Children of EMAUS charity this month to confirm the store’s ongoing commitment to providing free sight tests and glasses for EMAUS’ children during 2013. Specsavers Calpe have been providing complimentary glasses for the charity’s children, over the last 18 months and were also involved in their Christmas toy collection drive. The Friends of the Children of EMAUS are a completely voluntary group of individuals, based in the Northern Costa Blanca, whose purpose is to raise much-needed funds to improve the lives of the children in the EMAÚS children’s shelters. They are
also developing relationships with local businesses and individuals to secure products and services which the children greatly need. Montserrat commented that this sort of direct help for the children had been essential, particularly over the last few years as the Association has relied more and more on local individuals, businesses and charities to help plug the gap left by the reduction in direct funding. Mike Stone of Specsavers Calpe confirmed their ongoing commitment to the charity; “Children’s vision can change quickly when they are growing, so it’s important we provide continuous support to ensure they get the care that they need. We’re delighted to be involved in such an important cause.” To find out how you can support the children of EMAUS visit www.fcemaus.friendsofthechildrenofemaus.com Specsavers Opticas in Calpe are located in Avenida Ejércitos Españoles No. 6, Edificio Apolo VII, Local 22. To book your free eye test call 965 835367, or find your nearest store visit www.specsavers.es The photograph shows Montserrant Filter, President of the Association Emaus, Claus Weger, Optometrist Specsavers Calpe and Carole Saunders, Calpe Town councillor and President of the "Friends of the Children of EMAUS"
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LEADER TRIVIA QUIZ 1. Which magical creature played "along the cherry lane"? 2. Which two men have been awarded the title FIFA World Player of the Year three times? 3. Belfries of Belgium and France, the Palace and Park of Versailles, the Town of Bamberg, Mount Athos, the Piazza del Duomo in Pisa and Hadrian's Wall. What connects all of the aforementioned places? 4. Which make of trenchcoat did Humphrey Bogart wear in the film Casablanca? 5. Another word for a topless bikini. Eight letters 6. Carpenter, weaver, pharaoh, army, bull, meat and honeypot are all examples of what? 7. Indian words used in the English language: a: The Sanskrit word for a 'holy message or text'. Six letters, last letter 'A'. b: The Sanskrit word for 'one associated with well-being' and 'a lucky charm'. Eight letters, second letter 'W'. c: The Hindi and Sanskrit word for a 'scoundrel'. Four letters. d: The everyday Hindi word for 'KNEADS'. Seven letters, last letter 'O'. e: The Hindi and Urdu word meaning 'like a crocodile, which attacks stealthily'. Six letters, third letter 'G'. 8. What was 'Mad Max's' last name? 9. Complete the purported inscription on King Arthur's grave. "Here lies Arthur, ..." 10. Which EU country is bordered by the Gulf of Finland, the Baltic Sea, Latvia and the Russian Federation? 11. Who can be MARITORIOUS? 12. The name of which alcoholic beverage, often made from the sap of coconut palms, stems from the Arabic word for 'SWEAT'? (yes that is sweat and not sweet) 13. Which two boxers exchanged blows in the so called 'Thriller in Manila'? 14. Which beautiful silent film star was given the nickname 'The face'? 15. In 1882, the German Inventor Ernst Werner von Siemens began operating his Elektromote. The Elektromote was the world's first example of what? 1. Puff the magic dragon, 2. Ronaldo (96, 97, 2002) and Zidane (98, 2000, 2003), 3. They are all UNESCO World Heritage Sites (in Europe), 4. Burberry, 5. Monokini, 6. Ants (different kinds of ants), 7. a: Mantra, b: Swastika, c: Thug, d: Shampoo, e: Mugger (named after the Indian Marsh Crocodile), 8. Rockatansky, 9. "the once and future King". 10. Estonia, 11. A wife. Maritorious means being fond of one's husband, 12. Arrack, 13. Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier, 14. Greta Garbo, 15. Electric Bus, trolley bus or trackless tram.
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CF MIL PALMERAS DADS JOIN UP FOR A GOOD CAUSE On Sunday 27th January CF Mil Palmeras entered a team in the Reunite charity adult football tournament that was held at Polideportivo Pilar de la Horadada. A total of eight teams of 8 a side gave up their time to support the charity which was organised by ‘Que Pasa Bar’ Villa Martin. Although Mil Palmeras didn’t progress to the final they battled hard and only lost by the odd goal in their first 2 group games, but everyone enjoyed the day and agreed that this would be the first of many charity tournaments that they would support.
ZUMBATHON SUCCESS Looking very relaxed in his new broadcasting home, Darren James is pictured during his first Around Midday show on EXITE Radio. It was also Darren’s 52nd birthday. “It’s always nice to be on air on your birthday, but strange combining that celebration with that of beginning on a new station.”, said Darren after he finished. Darren seemed to immediately fit in with the EXITE format, playing a popular mix of both modern and traditional middle-of-the-road music. His first Mystery Voice of Professor Brian Cox proved an easy start for many! You can catch Darren every Tuesday and Thursday between 1100 and 1400 with AROUND MIDDAY – sponsored by the Hotel Doña Monse in Los Balcones – and with the SATURDAY BREAKFAST – sponsored by Medcare, Benijofar – from 0900 to 1200. Keep a listen out on 89.2, 93.1 or online at www.theleader.info for some great prizes during every show!
Last week, popular Zumba instructor Lisa Gordon spoke to Mark Nolan on Exite Radio about an event she was involved in. Now, we can reveal just how successful the efforts of everyone involved have been. On Sunday 27th January Jan Harding hosted a fun packed Zumbathon in the Centre for the 3rd Age, Algorfa and raised over 850 euro for the needy in the area. Lasting 3 hours the event was guest presented by local instructors Lisa Gordon, Kat Nadine, Davinia Cases Garcia, Zuzana Balikova, Sue Venebles and Angie Nicholls. Zumbathons are very popular and are an effective and extremely fun way of raising much needed funds for charity, they are also a great way to get involved with events in your community and burn off some calories.
Zumba classes are held in numerous venues in the area why not try one and see what all the hype’s really about, you never know you might just enjoy it and learn some new dance moves. A huge thank you and congratulations to everybody who got involved, your work and your efforts are changing lives.
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4th febrUARY ADVERTISING WITH THE LEADER WORKS.....CALL 96 673 0057 EUROMILLIONS DRAW NOW HELD EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY.....ENTER AT WWW.LEADERLOTTO.COM 11.35 Being Eileen. New series. Domestic sitcom about the Lewis family, originally featured in the 2011 Christmas comedy drama Lapland. Panic sets in when mum Eileen (Sue Johnston) goes missing. (T)
7.00 Breakfast. Headlines and business news. (T) 10.15 Wanted Down Under Revisited. Nicki Chapman revisits the McCallums, who hoped to move to Australia. (T) 11.00 Homes Under the Hammer. Properties in Durham, Staffordshire and Chatham, Kent. (T) 11.58 BBC News; Weather. (T) 12.00 The Sheriffs Are Coming. The work of High Court enforcement officers. (R) (T) 12.45 Cowboy Trap. A couple who unwittingly employed a rogue workman in East Kilbride, near Glasgow. (T) 1.13 BBC News; Weather. (T) 1.15 Bargain Hunt. From Horncastle in Lincolnshire. (T) 2.00 BBC News; Weather. (T) 2.30 Regional News; Weather. (T) 2.45 Doctors. Howard is troubled by an ex-soldier who is obsessed with a friend. (T) 3.15 Only Fools and Horses. A double-bill of the first-ever episodes of the classic comedy. (R) (T) 4.15 Perfection. General knowledge quiz, hosted by Nick Knowles. (T)
12.05 Blandings. David Walliams returns as no-nonsense secretary Baxter. (R) (T) 12.35 The Graham Norton Show. With Helen Mirren, Paul Rudd, Leslie Mann and Little Mix. (R) (T) 1.20 The Celebrity Apprentice USA. The celebrities are interviewed by previous winners. (T) 2.45 Weatherview. (T) 2.50 BBC News. 2.50 ABC World News with Diane Sawyer. 3.00 BBC News. 3.30 Asia Business Report. 3.45 Sport Today. 4.00 BBC News. 4.30 Asia Business Report. 4.45 Sport Today. 5.00 BBC News. 5.30 HARDtalk. 6.00 BBC News. 6.30 World Business Report. 6.45 BBC News. (T)
5.00 Escape to the Country. Searching for a family home in Surrey. (T) 5.30 Antiques Road Trip. David Harper and Catherine Southon journey through Lancashire. (T) 6.15 Pointless. Quiz show in which contestants try to score the fewest points possible by giving the least obvious correct answers to questions. Presented by Alexander Armstrong. (T) 7.00 BBC News; Weather. (T) 7.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. (T) 8.00 The One Show. The first visit of the week to the One Show studio, where Matt Baker and Alex Jones present topical stories and celebrity chat. (T) 8.30 Inside Out. Stories of interest to the region; (T) BBC News; Regional News. (T) 9.00 EastEnders. Masood tries to make amends with Zainab — only for things to get worse. Abi goes looking for Max, but is disgusted by what she finds, and Whitney is annoyed with Tyler. (T) 9.30 The Great Abortion Divide — Panorama. Victoria Derbyshire asks whether it is time to change abortion laws, with doctors in many parts of the UK reportedly signing off terminations on questionable mental health grounds. (T) 10.00 Outnumbered. Gran takes the family out for a day of sightseeing in London, where Pete uses a visit to HMS Belfast to stage a brief re-enactment of the Second World War. (R) (T) 10.30 Mrs Brown’s Boys. Agnes is excited about Rory and Dino’s big day, until she meets their outgoing wedding planner, while Father Damien raises religious concerns about the ceremony. Last in the series. (T) 11.00 BBC News. (T) 11.25 Regional News; Weather. (T)
7.00 Close. 7.10 Homes Under the Hammer. (R) (T) 8.10 The Sheriffs Are Coming. (R) (T) 8.55 Cowboy Trap. (R) (T) 9.25 Sign Zone: Show Me the Monet. (R) (T) 10.10 Sign Zone: MasterChef: The Professionals. (R) (T) 10.40 Sign Zone: Countryfile. (R) (T) 11.35 Click. (T) 12.00 BBC News. (T) 12.30 BBC World News. (T) 1.00 Daily Politics. (T) 2.00 The One Show. (R) (T) 2.30 Six Nations Rugby Union. (R) (T) 3.15 Classic Mastermind. (R) (T) 3.45 Reel History of Britain. (R) (T) 4.15 Rick Stein’s Far Eastern Odyssey. (R) (T) 5.15 Life on Earth. (R) (T) 6.15 Vintage Antiques Roadshow. The team travels to Salford, Greater Manchester, where discoveries include a drawing by local artist LS Lowry, Zulu wedding beads and an album of Victorian photographs. (R) (T) 7.00 Eggheads. Quiz, hosted by Jeremy Vine, in which the winners of famous game shows work as a team to tackle a new set of challengers. (T) 7.30 Great British Railway Journeys Goes to Ireland. Michael Portillo embarks on the first leg of a journey through the Republic of Ireland from Co Kerry to the city of Galway, travelling from Killarney to Cobh. (T) 8.00 Railway Walks. Julia Bradbury visits the Mawddach estuary in Snowdonia, a popular destination for holidaymakers in the 1860s thanks to the railway connecting it to England’s major cities. (R) (T) 8.30 Great British Menu. The first of the Scottish heats sees contenders Michael Smith, Tony Singh and Mark Greenaway prepare their starters for judge Angela Hartnett’s consideration. (T) 9.00 University Challenge. In the first of the quarter-final matches, the University of Manchester takes on Imperial College London. Jeremy Paxman asks the questions. (T) 9.30 Food & Drink. New series. Michel Roux Jr hosts the revival of the culinary show featuring recipes and discussions on the latest trends, with resident drinks expert Kate Goodman and a guest chef. (T) 10.00 Dancing on the Edge. New series. Drama by Stephen Poliakoff following the fortunes of a black jazz band in early-1930s London. Starring Chiwetel Ejiofor, Matthew Goode and John Goodman. (T) 11.30 Newsnight; (T) Weather. (T) 12.20 Locomotion: Dan Snow’s History of Railways. (R) (T) 1.20 Sign Zone: Film 2013. (R) (T) 1.50 Sign Zone: Holby City. (R) (T) 2.50
Close. 4.55 BBC Learning Zone. (T) London 7.00 Daybreak. News and entertainment. (T) 9.30 Lorraine. Entertainment and fashion news. (T) 10.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show. Guests air their differences. (T) 11.30 This Morning. Celebrity chat and lifestyle features. (T) 1.30 Loose Women. Celebrity interviews and topical studio discussion. (T) 2.30 ITV News and Weather. (T) 2.55 ITV News London; Weather. (T) 3.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal. From Wells in Somerset. (R) (T) 4.00 The Alan Titchmarsh Show. Features, music and conversation. (T) 4.59 ITV London Weather. (T)
5.00 Tipping Point. Quiz show, hosted by Ben Shephard. (T) 6.00 The Chase. Bradley Walsh presents as four contestants answer general knowledge questions and work as a team to take on ruthless quiz genius the Chaser and secure a cash prize. (T) 7.00 ITV News London; Weather. (T) 7.30 ITV News and Weather. (T) 8.00 Emmerdale. Zak pleads with Moira to make Cain see sense, Cameron tries to win Chas over with a candlelit dinner and an engagement ring, while Declan discusses his marital problems with Megan. (T) 8.30 Coronation Street. Tyrone wonders if he is fighting a lost cause when even his friends appear to suspect he is a wife-beater, while Gail tells Kylie and David she is increasing their rent. (T) 9.00 Cornwall with Caroline Quentin. The actress visits the custodians of Godolphin House, one of Cornwall’s most cherished heritage sites, and enjoys a painting lesson with Newlyn artist Glyn Macey. (T) 9.30 Coronation Street. Tyrone is shocked when Kirsty suggests they move back in together and wipe the slate clean, while Audrey has a surprise proposition for David and Kylie. (T) 10.00 Lewis. Part one of two. An elderly don is killed on the night of his release from prison, and Lewis embarks on a relationship with Hobson while investigating the case. (T)
Lawrence Fox and Kevin Whately star.
11.00 ITV News at Ten and Weather. (T) 11.30 ITV News London; Weather. (T) 11.35 The Agenda. ITV’s political editor Tom Bradby presents a discussion on the week’s main talking points, with guests from the worlds of politics and popular culture. (T) 12.05 Monk. A submariner apparently commits suicide aboard his vessel. (R) (T) 1.00 Jackpot247. Interactive gaming. 4.00 The Jeremy Kyle Show. Guests air their differences. (R) (T) 4.55 ITV Nightscreen. Text-based information service. 6.05 The Jeremy Kyle Show. Guests air their differences. (R) (T) CHANNEL 4 7.05 Sali Mali. (R) (T) 7.10 The Hoobs. (R) (T) 7.35 The Hoobs. (R) (T) 8.05 According to Jim. (R) (T) 8.30 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) (T) 8.55 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) (T) 9.25
Monday, 4th February, 2013 14.00 Non Stop Music 16.00 Shopping and Info 18.00 Celebrity Archive – with ex Footballer´s Wives actress Zoe Lucker 18.05 The Wedding Show – we start the process of arranging a wedding in Spain. 18.15 Spanish Eye – We take to the skies to fly with hawks in Gran Alicant. 18.30 A guide to Buying a Car in Spain. 19.00 Let's Talk – An interview with writer & actress Paloma del Rey and DJ Ricky Neil. 19.30 Viva Vino. Discover some of the best wines Valencia has to offer. 20.00 – 22.00 Local Information and Non Stop Music
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7.00 Breakfast. Headlines and business news. (T) 10.15 Wanted Down Under Revisited. Nicki Chapman revisits the Hughes family. (T) 11.00 Homes Under the Hammer. Properties in Shropshire, Kent and Greater Manchester. (R) (T) 11.58 BBC News; Weather. (T) 12.00 The Sheriffs Are Coming. High Court law enforcement officers help a pensioner recoup a debt. (R) (T) 12.45 Cowboy Trap. Clive Holland revisits a couple in south London. (T) 1.13 BBC News; Weather. (T) 1.15 Bargain Hunt. Two teams compete in Corby, Northamptonshire. (R) (T) 2.00 BBC News; Weather. (T) 2.30 Regional News; Weather. (T) 2.45 Doctors. Mandy tries to help an amnesia sufferer come to terms with her past. (T) 3.15 Only Fools and Horses. Double bill. Del swindles a pair of warring businessmen and gets engaged. (R) (T) 4.15 Perfection. General knowledge quiz, hosted by Nick Knowles. (T)
5.00 Escape to the Country. House-hunting in Cornwall. (T) 5.30 Antiques Road Trip. David Harper visits a former prison in north Wales. (T)
David Harper visits a former prison
6.15 Pointless. Quiz show in which contestants try to score the fewest points possible by giving the least obvious correct answers to questions. Presented by Alexander Armstrong. (T) 7.00 BBC News; Weather. (T) 7.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. (T) 8.00 The One Show. Live chat and topical reports, presented by Matt Baker and Alex Jones. (T) 8.30 EastEnders. AJ helps Masood discuss his marital problems, while Zainab is alarmed when Ayesha tells her a few home truths. Max tries to explain himself to Abi and Lauren; (T) BBC News; Regional News. (T) 9.00 Holby City. Part one of two. Michael’s team is divided over a suspected case of child abuse, Ollie tests his relationship with Tara by suggesting he move in and Arthur upsets Chantelle. (T) 10.00 Death in Paradise. Camille’s best friend collapses during a night of music and cocktails, prompting the team to question her party-boat colleagues and on-board tourists. Jamelia guest stars. (T) 11.00 BBC News. (T) 11.25 Regional News; Weather; (T) National Lottery Update. (T)
11.35 Out of Jail and on the Streets. Documentary following the work of probation officers, who monitor, control and rehabilitate some of society’s most dangerous offenders — and try to ensure the public’s protection. (T) 12.35 FILM: Rumble in the Bronx (1995). Martial arts adventure, starring Jackie Chan. (T) 2.00 Weatherview. (T) 2.05 BBC News. 2.05 Newsday. 2.30 ABC World News with Diane Sawyer. 3.00 BBC News. 3.30 Asia Business Report. 3.45 Sport Today. 4.00 BBC News. 4.30 Asia Business Report. 4.45 Sport Today. 5.00 BBC News. 5.30 HARDtalk. 6.00 BBC News. 6.30 World Business Report. 6.45 BBC News. (T) BBC2 7.00 Close. 7.05 Homes Under the Hammer. (R) (T) 8.05 The Sheriffs Are Coming. (R) (T) 8.50 Cowboy Trap. (R) (T) 9.20 Sign Zone: Show Me the Monet. (R) (T) 10.05 Sign Zone: MasterChef: The Professionals. (R) (T) 11.05 Sign Zone: Robbed, Raided, Reunited. (R) (T) 11.35 HARDtalk. (T) 12.00 BBC News. (T) 12.30 BBC World News. (T) 1.00 Daily Politics. (T) 2.00 The One Show. (R) (T) 2.30 The Super League Show. (T) 3.15 Classic Mastermind. (R) (T) 3.45 Reel History of Britain. (R) (T) 4.15 Rick Stein’s Far Eastern Odyssey. (R) (T) 5.15 Life on Earth. (R) (T) 6.15 Vintage Antiques Roadshow. The experts visit Eastnor Castle in Herefordshire, where they value a wooden bicycle, an embroidered egg and the first All Blacks rugby shirt. Presented by Michael Aspel. (R) (T) 7.00 Eggheads. Quiz, hosted by Jeremy Vine, in which the winners of famous game shows work as a team to tackle a new set of challengers. (T) 7.30 Great British Railway Journeys Goes to Ireland. Michael Portillo travels from Charleville to Waterford, finding out about the ancient art of making butter and trying to learn the basics of Ireland’s oldest game. (T) 8.00 Railway Walks. Julia Bradbury visits Cornwall, where she traces a railway line that has not operated for 140 years, and explores the impact of tin and copper reserves near Redruth. (R) (T) 8.30 Great British Menu. Scottish region chefs Michael Smith, Tony Singh and Mark Greenaway prepare their seafood courses, including a traditional soup, a chowder and a no-cook mackerel dish. (T) 9.00 The Mary Berry Story. Part two of two. The cookery writer chats about getting married, starting a family and finding bigger audiences for her recipes in cookbooks, magazines and on TV. (T) 10.00 Dancing on the Edge. Louis and the band play in front of Prince George, a producer from the BBC and a record company executive, while Jessie attracts the attention of Julian Luscombe. (T) 11.00 The Sarah Millican Television Programme. The comedienne talks to BBC News political editor Nick Robinson and BBC Breakfast presenter Bill Turnbull and goes clubbing with the cast of reality show Geordie Shore. (T) 11.30 Newsnight; (T) Weather. (T) 12.20 Wonders of Life. (R) (T) 1.20 Sign Zone: Britain’s Hidden Heritage. (R) (T) 2.20 Close. 4.55 BBC Learning Zone. (T) London 7.00 Daybreak. News and entertainment. (T) 9.30 Lorraine. Entertainment and fashion news. (T) 10.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show. Guests air their differences. (T) 11.30 This Morning. Celebrity chat and lifestyle features. (T) 1.30 Loose Women. Topical debate from a female perspective. (T) 2.30 ITV News and Weather. (T) 2.55 ITV News London; Weather. (T) 3.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal. David Dickinson and the team head to Skipton, North Yorkshire. (T) 4.00 The Alan Titchmarsh Show. With Jonathan Ross, Davina McCall, Theo Paphitis and Myleene Klass. (T) 4.59 ITV London Weather. (T)
5.00 Tipping Point. Quiz show, hosted by Ben Shephard. (T) 6.00 The Chase. Bradley Walsh presents as four contestants answer general knowledge questions and work as a team to take on ruthless quiz genius the Chaser and secure a cash prize. (T) 7.00 ITV News London; Weather. (T)
7.30 ITV News and Weather. (T) 8.00 Emmerdale. Hour-long episode. Katie pulls out of the christening as she explains to Declan she cannot cope with the role of godmother, while Moira pretends to Vanessa she is over Cain. (T) 9.00 Midsomer Murders. When Bentham DeQuetteville falls to his death from a roof after seeing a headless horseman, the investigation uncovers shocking secrets about the aristocratic family. (R) (T) 11.00 ITV News at Ten and Weather. (T) 11.30 ITV News London; Weather. (T) 11.35 River Monsters. Jeremy Wade searches for a South American fish thought to be more fearsome than a piranha, but lightning storms threaten his journey into the Suriname jungles. (R) (T) 12.35 Grimefighters. Three extreme cleaners clear a vacant flat in Aberystwyth. (R) (T) 1.05 Jackpot247. Interactive gaming. 4.00 Loose Women. Topical debate from a female perspective. (R) (T) 4.45 ITV Nightscreen. Text-based information service. 6.05 The Jeremy Kyle Show. Guests air their differences. (R) (T) CHANNEL 4 7.10 The Hoobs. (R) (T) 7.35 The Hoobs. (R) (T) 8.00 According to Jim. (R) (T) 8.30 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) (T) 8.55 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) (T) 9.30 Frasier. (R) (T) 10.00 Frasier. (R) (T) 10.30 Frasier. (R) (T) 11.00 Undercover Boss Canada. (T) 12.00 Come Dine with Me. (R) (T) 1.00 Channel 4 News Midday Summary. (T) 1.05 Jamie’s 15 Minute Meals. (R) (T) 1.35 Kirstie’s Vintage Gems. (T) 1.40 FILM: Written on the Wind (1956). Drama, with Rock Hudson and Lauren Bacall. (T) 3.40 Countdown. (T) 4.30 Face the Clock. (T) 5.00 Deal or No Deal. (T) 6.00 Four in a Bed. The competition moves to Porthmadog in north Wales, where Louis and Vicky Naudi run the Royal Sportsman Hotel. (T) 6.30 Come Dine with Me. Kay Greenwood hosts the second dinner party in Cambridge, hoping her tempura prawns and beef stroganoff will win her the £1,000 prize. (T) 7.00 The Simpsons. Homer is banned from driving, forcing Marge to take charge of the family car and run errands for everyone. Featuring the guest voices of Steve Buscemi and Jackson Browne. (R) (T) 7.30 Hollyoaks. Ruby makes a revelation that shakes the Osbornes’ world. Dodger experiences life from Will’s perspective, and a new headmaster at the sixth-form college means trouble for Sinead. (T) 8.00 Channel 4 News. (T) 8.55 4thought.tv. Northern Ireland’s Union Flag dispute and the questions it raises about the religious divide in the public’s eyes. (T) 9.00 Supersize vs Superskinny. Christian Jessen oversees a diet swap between a 19st student nurse and a fussy eater who has been diagnosed with malnutrition. Plus, a report on eating disorders among older women. (T) 10.00 The Undateables. Some of the contributors from the first series reveal whether they have found love almost a year later, including poet Shaine and amateur radio fan Richard. Last in the series. (T) 11.00 Utopia. Hidden away in a derelict manor house, the group attempts to decipher the secret meaning of the manuscript and uncover the identity of Mr Rabbit. (T) 12.05 Random Acts. (T) 12.10 Derek. (R) (T) 12.45 One Born Every Minute. (R) (T) 1.45 European Poker Tour. (T) 2.40 KOTV Boxing Weekly. (T) 3.10 Sailing: America’s Cup Discovered. (T) 3.35 Beach Volleyball. (R) (T) 4.30 FILM: Monkey Business (1952). Comedy, starring Cary Grant. (T) (bw) 6.10 Deal or No Deal. (R) (T) Channel 5 7.00 Milkshake!: Thomas & Friends. (R) (T) 7.10 Igam Ogam. (R) (T) 7.20 Fireman Sam. (R) (T) 7.30 Jelly Jamm. (R) (T) 7.45 Peppa Pig. (R) (T) 7.50 Olive the Ostrich. (R) (T) 7.55 Little Princess. (R) (T) 8.10 Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom. (R) (T) 8.20 The Mr Men Show. (R) (T) 8.35 Thomas & Friends. (R) (T) 8.45 Noddy in Toyland. (R) (T) 8.55 Milkshake! Show Songs. (R) (T) 9.00 Fifi and the Flowertots. (R) (T) 9.15 Peppa Pig. (R) (T) 9.20 Peppa Pig. (R) (T) 9.25 Peppa Pig. (R) (T) 9.30 Milkshake!
Monkey. (R) (T) 9.35 Roary the Racing Car. (R) (T) 9.50 Bananas in Pyjamas. (R) (T) 10.00 Tickety Toc. (R) (T) 10.15 The Wright Stuff. 12.10 Trisha. (T) 1.00 Looney Tunes. (R) (T) 1.10 5 News Lunchtime. (T) 1.15 Wild Things with Dominic Monaghan. (R) (T) 2.15 Home and Away. (T) 2.45 Neighbours. (T) 3.15 NCIS. (R) (T) 4.15 FILM: The Music Teacher (2012). Premiere. Drama, starring Annie Potts. (T) 6.00 5 News at 5. (T) 6.30 Neighbours. Toadie realises he will have to take care of baby Nell on his own while Sonya stays in hospital, Paul is grateful for Kate and Andrew’s support, and Karl claims Carmel is lying. (R) (T) 7.00 Home and Away. Casey struggles to stay calm as he awaits the verdict in his court case, while Kyle is arrested for kidnapping him. April is upset when Dex admits he has been having seizures. (R) (T) 7.30 5 News at 6.30. (T) 8.00 Monkey Life. The experts face unexpected problems at the airport as they prepare to fly Oshine to the UK, leaving them struggling to keep the overweight orang-utan calm. (R) (T) 8.30 Highland Emergency. A walker with asthma experiences breathing difficulties and severe chest pains, while a 76-year-old man on the Isle of Arran is believed to have had a heart attack; (R) (T) 8.30 5 News Update. (T) 9.00 Benidorm ER. Dr Carmen Ruiz tends to a woman from Grantham, Lincolnshire, who is in danger of losing the tip of a finger, while a Red Cross technician fights to keep a man alive; (T) 9.00 5 News at 9. (T) 10.00 Dallas. JR and John Ross strike a deal to wrest control of Ewing Energies away from Christopher and Bobby, while Rebecca schemes with John Ross to fulfil her father’s desire for revenge. (T) 11.00 Brain Hospital: Saving Lives. Neurosurgeons at Liverpool’s Walton Centre treat a patient with malignant tumours and another who needs deep-brain stimulation to control a severe tremor. (T) 12.00 CSI: NY. (R) (T) 1.00 CSI: Miami. (R) (T) 1.55 SuperCasino. 5.00 House Doctor. (R) (T) 5.25 House Doctor. (R) (T) 5.50 Michaela’s Wild Challenge. (R) (T) 6.10 Wildlife SOS. (R) (T) 6.35 Wildlife SOS. (R) (T)
Tuesday, 5th February, 2013 14.00 Non Stop Music 16.00 Shopping and Info 18.00 Celebrity Archive – Simon Baldock interviews Adam Woodyatt aka Ian Beale. 18.05 FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions – Captain Woods with some beach safety advice. 18.30 Dave & Andy’s Excellent Adventures – finishes with catamaran sailing. 19.00 San Fulgencio Fiestas – some of the action from last summer´s event in La Marina. 20.00 – 22.00 Local Information and Non Stop Music
Monday, 4th February, 2013
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7.00 Breakfast. Headlines and business news. (T) 10.15 Wanted Down Under Revisited. A couple who hoped to start their own business in Australia. (T) 11.00 Homes Under the Hammer. Properties in Wimbledon, Derby and Durham. (T) 11.58 BBC News; Weather. (T) 12.00 The Sheriffs Are Coming. The officers track down a rogue builder and an unscrupulous landlord. (R) (T) 12.45 Cowboy Trap. Clive Holland revisits a couple in London and a widow in Clacton-on-Sea. (T) 1.13 BBC News; Weather. (T) 1.15 Bargain Hunt. From Builth Wells in Powys, Wales. (T) 2.00 BBC News; Weather. (T) 2.30 Regional News; Weather. (T) 2.45 Doctors. An OCD sufferer tries to check whether a friend needs help. (T) 3.15 Only Fools and Horses. Double bill. (R) (T) 4.15 Perfection. General knowledge quiz, hosted by Nick Knowles. (T)
5.00 Escape to the Country. Jonnie Irwin helps buyers hoping to locate the perfect rural home in Yorkshire. (T) 5.30 Antiques Road Trip. David Harper and Catherine Southon travel through central Wales. (T) 6.15 Pointless. Quiz show in which contestants try to score the fewest points possible by giving the least obvious correct answers to questions. Presented by Alexander Armstrong. (T) 7.00 BBC News; Weather. (T) 7.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. (T) 7.55 Party Political Broadcast. By the Liberal Democrats. (R) (T) 8.00 The One Show. Matt Baker and Alex Jones present the live magazine show featuring topical reports from around the UK and big-name studio guests; (T) BBC News; Regional News. (T) 9.00 Holiday Hit Squad. New series. Angela Rippon, Helen Skelton and Joe Crowley explore how to make foreign holidays live up to their promise, beginning with breaks in Egypt and the Algarve. (T) 10.00 Africa. David Attenborough describes the challenges faced by the continent’s wildlife, including rhinos threatened by poachers and a national park ravaged by civil war. Last in the series. (T) 11.00 BBC News. (T) 11.25 Regional News; Weather; (T) National Lottery Update. (T) 11.35 A Question of Sport. With ex-Manchester United goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel, West Indian cricket legend Gordon Greenidge, fourtime Major-winning golfer Laura Davies and former athlete John Regis. (T) 12.05 Film 2013. Reviews of Hitchcock, Warm Bodies and I Give It a Year. (T) 12.40 FILM: Black Death (2010). Premiere. Medieval thriller, starring Sean Bean. (T) 2.15 Weatherview. (T) 2.20 BBC News. 2.20 Newsday. 2.30 ABC World News with Diane Sawyer. 3.00 BBC News. 3.30 Asia Business Report. 3.45 Sport Today. 4.00 BBC News. 4.30 Asia Business Report. 4.45 Sport Today. 5.00 BBC News. 5.30 Panorama. 6.00 BBC News. 6.30 World Business Report. 6.45 BBC News. (T) BBC2 7.00 Homes Under the Hammer. (R) (T) 8.00 The Sheriffs Are Coming. (R) (T) 8.45 Cowboy Trap. (R) (T) 9.15 Sign Zone: Show Me the Monet. (R) (T) 10.00 Sign Zone: MasterChef: The Professionals. (R) (T) 11.00 Sign Zone: Robbed, Raided, Reunited. (R) (T) 11.30 See Hear. (T) 12.00 BBC News. (T) 12.30 Daily Politics. (T) 2.00 The One Show. (R) (T) 2.30 Weakest Link. (R) (T) 3.15 Classic Mastermind. (R) (T) 3.45 Reel History of Britain. (R) (T) 4.15 Rick Stein’s Far Eastern Odyssey. (R) (T) 5.15 Life on Earth. (R) (T) 6.10 Vintage Antiques Roadshow. The experts return to Eastnor Castle in Herefordshire, where they value a 17th-century wine bottle, a collection of suffragette memorabilia and a Victorian dressing case. (R) (T) 6.55 Party Political Broadcast. By the Liberal Democrats. (T) 7.00 Eggheads. Quiz, hosted by Jeremy Vine, in which the winners of famous game shows work as a team to tackle a new set of challengers. (T) 7.30
Great British Railway Journeys Goes to Ireland. Michael Portillo travels from Kilkenny to Athy, uncovering 19th-century Ireland’s surprising industrial heritage and learning how the railways helped bring motorsport to the masses. (T) 8.00 Railway Walks. Julia Bradbury visits north-east Scotland to walk along the Speyside Way, the route of a railway that served a remote area and a world-famous drinks industry. (R) (T) 8.30 Great British Menu. Michael Smith, Tony Singh and Mark Greenaway prepare their main courses, featuring a goat tagine, a beef dish inspired by a cartoon, and a duck recipe with a comedy twist. (T) 9.00 The Hairy Bikers’ Everyday Gourmets. Si King and Dave Myers demonstrate how to create a gourmet dinner for two on a budget and help a single mother say a big thank you to her supportive parents. (T) 10.00 Brain Doctors. New series. Documentary following the work of doctors in the neurosurgery department of Oxford’s John Radcliffe Hospital, and the patients they treat. (T) 11.00 The Culture Show. Bill Murray talks about his role in new film Hyde Park on Hudson, Jonathan Miller discusses his return to theatre and Andrew Graham-Dixon explores Bartolome Esteban Murillo’s work. (T) 11.30 Newsnight; (T) Weather. (T) 12.20 The Genius of Invention. (R) (T) 1.20 Sign Zone: Who Do You Think You Are? (R) (T) 2.20 Sign Zone: See Hear. (R) (T) 2.50 Close. 5.00 BBC Learning Zone. (T) London 7.00 Daybreak. News and entertainment. (T) 9.30 Lorraine. Entertainment and fashion news. (T) 10.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show. Guests air their differences. (R) (T) 11.30 This Morning. Celebrity chat and lifestyle features. (T) 1.30 Loose Women. Topical debate from a female perspective. (T) 2.30 ITV News and Weather. (T) 2.55 ITV News London; Weather. (T) 3.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal. David Dickinson and the team head to Gainsborough, Lincolnshire. (T) 4.00 The Alan Titchmarsh Show. With Al Murray, Vincent Simone and Flavia Cacace, and Russell Grant. (T) 4.59 ITV London Weather. (T)
5.00 Tipping Point. Quiz show, hosted by Ben Shephard. (T) 6.00 The Chase. Bradley Walsh presents as four contestants answer general knowledge questions and work as a team to take on ruthless quiz genius the Chaser and secure a cash prize. (T) 7.00 ITV News London; Weather. (T) 7.25 Party Political Broadcast. By the Liberal Democrats. (T) 7.30 ITV News and Weather. (T) 8.00 Live International Football. England v Brazil (Kick-off 7.30pm). Coverage of the friendly match at Wembley Stadium, which has been organised as part of the FA’s 150th anniversary celebrations. (T)
The match is being played in a ‘sold out’ Wembley Stadium
10.30 Coronation Street. Tyrone asks Kevin to help him snatch Ruby, Gail is horrified when she realises the extent of Audrey’s plans and Roy quizzes Sylvia about her missing bank cards. (T) 11.00 ITV News at Ten and Weather. (T) 11.30 ITV News London; Weather. (T) 11.40 International Football Highlights. England v Brazil. Action from the friendly match at Wembley Stadium, which had been organised as part of the FA’s 150th anniversary celebrations. (T) 12.40 The Cube. A hurling instructor competes. (R) (T) 1.30 Jackpot247. Interactive gaming. 3.45 FILM: Disclosure (1994). Thriller, starring Michael Douglas and Demi Moore. (T) 6.00 ITV Nightscreen. Text-based information service. 6.05 The Jeremy Kyle Show. Guests air their differences. (R) (T) CHANNEL 4 7.05 Sali Mali. (R) (T) 7.10 The Hoobs. (R) (T) 7.35 The Hoobs. (R) (T) 8.00 According to Jim. (R) (T) 8.30 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) (T) 8.55 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) (T) 9.25 Frasier. (R) (T) 10.00 Frasier. (R) (T) 10.30 Frasier. (R) (T) 11.00 Undercover Boss Canada. (T) 12.00 Come Dine with Me. (R) (T) 1.00 Channel 4 News Midday Summary. (T) 1.05 Jamie’s 15 Minute Meals. (R) (T) 1.35 Kirstie’s Vintage Gems. (T) 1.55 FILM: The Belles of St Trinian’s (1954). Comedy, starring Alastair Sim. (T) (bw) 3.40 Countdown. (T) 4.30 Face the Clock. (T) 5.00 Deal or No Deal. (T) 6.00 Four in a Bed. The third visit of the week is to the Duke of Cornwall in St Austell, but not all the guests are impressed when they are urged to take part in a seance. (T) 6.30 Come Dine with Me. Gardening enthusiast Matt Sullivan hosts the third dinner party in Cambridge, and hopes his home-grown menu of ‘posh’ fish and chips and rice pudding will win him the £1,000 prize. (T) 7.00 The Simpsons. Bart gets into trouble with the police for vandalising Flanders’ Beatles memorabilia, so Marge sends him on an organised activity scheme to make sure he is supervised at all times. (R) (T) 7.30 Hollyoaks. The Osbornes make a difficult decision, Texas presents Will with a tempting offer, and while Jen helps a new recruit to settle in, Maxine suspects she might be pregnant. (T) 8.00 Channel 4 News. (T) 8.55 4thought.tv. Northern Ireland’s Union Flag dispute and the questions it raises about the religious divide in the public’s eyes. (T) 9.00 Gok’s Style Secrets. Gok Wan comes to the rescue of a 31-year-old career woman from Blackpool who has been single for two years following the break-up of a longterm relationship. Last in the series. (T) 10.00 One Born Every Minute. The midwives deal with a September baby boom and have to transfer some of the expectant mothers to St James’s Hospital across the city when the unit becomes full. (T) 11.00 Derek. The retirement-home worker celebrates his 50th birthday with a party at Broadhill, and the staff welcome a new addition to their ranks. Comedy drama, starring Ricky Gervais. (T) 11.30 8 Out of 10 Cats Uncut. (T) 12.20 The Real Man’s Road Trip: Sean and Jon Go West. (R) (T) 1.20 Random Acts. (T) 1.25 Music on 4: Launched at Red Bull Studios. (T) 1.40 Music on 4: Launched at Red Bull Studios. (T) 1.55 Music on 4: Mercury Prize: 2012 Albums of the Year Live. (R) (T) 2.10 Music on 4: Mercury Prize: 2012 Albums of the Year Live. (R) (T) 2.25 Revenge. (T) 3.10 FILM: Bad News Bears (2005). Comedy remake, starring Billy Bob Thornton. (T) 5.05 Deal or No Deal. (R) (T) 6.00 Countdown. (R) (T) 6.45 Baking Mad with Eric Lanlard. (R) (T) Channel 5 7.00 Milkshake!: Thomas & Friends. (R) (T) 7.10 Igam Ogam. (R) (T) 7.20 Fireman Sam. (R) (T) 7.30 Jelly Jamm. (R) (T) 7.45 Peppa Pig. (R) (T) 7.50 Olive the Ostrich. (R) (T) 7.55 Little Princess. (R) (T) 8.10 Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom. (R) (T) 8.20 The Mr Men Show. (R) (T) 8.35 Thomas & Friends. (R) (T) 8.45 Noddy in Toyland. (R) (T) 9.00 Fifi and the Flowertots. (R) (T) 9.15 Peppa Pig. (R) (T) 9.20 Peppa Pig. (R) (T) 9.25 Peppa
Pig. (R) (T) 9.30 Bert and Ernie’s Great Adventures. (R) (T) 9.35 Roary the Racing Car. (R) (T) 9.50 Bananas in Pyjamas. (R) (T) 10.00 Tickety Toc. (R) (T) 10.15 The Wright Stuff. 12.10 Trisha. (T) 1.00 Looney Tunes. (R) (T) 1.10 5 News Lunchtime. (T) 1.15 Wild Things with Dominic Monaghan. (R) (T) 2.15 Home and Away. (T) 2.45 Neighbours. (T) 3.15 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. (R) (T) 4.10 FILM: Try to Remember (2004). Drama, starring Gabrielle Anwar. (T) 6.00 5 News at 5. (T) 6.30 Neighbours. Ajay takes Toadie’s advice to put Rani’s interests ahead of his own and invites Priya to move back in, while Karl encourages Susan to forgive Carmel. (R) (T) 7.00 Home and Away. Jamie is upset to discover that Leah has left town, so breaks into her house and hacks the computer to find VJ’s online chat profile, while Adam is reluctant to help bail Kyle out. (R) (T) 7.30 5 News at 6.30. (T) 8.00 Benidorm ER. Dr Carmen Ruiz tends to a woman from Grantham, Lincolnshire, who is in danger of losing the tip of a finger, while a Red Cross technician fights to keep a man alive; (R) (T) 8.00 5 News Update. (T) 9.00 Killers Behind Bars: The Untold Story. Professor David Wilson uses cutting-edge techniques to examine the crimes committed by three of Britain’s most notorious murderers, beginning with Steve Wright; (R) (T) 9.00 5 News at 9. (T) 10.00 NCIS. The team investigates when a US marine drops dead at his homecoming party. Crime drama, starring Mark Harmon. (T) 11.00 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. Stabler and Tutuola search for a kidnapped teenager with a genetic condition that makes her appear younger than she is. (R) (T) 11.55 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. (R) (T) 12.55 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. (R) (T) 1.50 True Crimes: The First 72 Hours. (R) (T) 2.15 SuperCasino. 5.00 House Doctor. (R) (T) 5.25 House Doctor. (R) (T) 5.50 Michaela’s Wild Challenge. (R) (T) 6.10 Wildlife SOS. (R) (T) 6.35 Wildlife SOS. (R) (T)
Wednesday, 6th February, 2013 14.00 Non Stop Music 16.00 Shopping and Info 18.00 Celebrity Archive – Simon Baldock is with singer Alan Price 18.05 Murdered to Death – A vastly entertaining comedy theatre production from Dramatic Licence. 20.00 – 22.00 Local Information and Non Stop Music
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7.00 Breakfast. Headlines and business news. (T) 10.15 Wanted Down Under Revisited. A woman who moved with her family to New Zealand. (T) 11.00 Homes Under the Hammer. Properties in Co Durham, Kent and Greater Manchester. (R) (T) 11.58 BBC News; Weather. (T) 12.00 The Sheriffs Are Coming. A man wants his money back after buying a stolen beach buggy. (R) (T) 12.45 Cowboy Trap. Helping a retired couple in Tarporley, Cheshire. (T) 1.13 BBC News; Weather. (T) 1.15 Bargain Hunt. Antiques enthusiasts search for items at a fair in Shepton Mallet, Somerset. (R) (T) 2.00 BBC News; Weather. (T) 2.30 Regional News; Weather. (T) 2.45 Doctors. Jimmi helps a troubled teenager. (T) 3.15 Only Fools and Horses. Double bill. Rodney falls for a policewoman. (R) (T) 4.15 Perfection. General knowledge quiz, hosted by Nick Knowles. (T)
5.00 Escape to the Country. Properties in Dorset. (T) 5.30 Antiques Road Trip. David Harper and Catherine Southon travel from Merthyr Tydfil to Gloucestershire. (T) 6.15 Pointless. Quiz show in which contestants try to score the fewest points possible by giving the least obvious correct answers to questions. Presented by Alexander Armstrong. (T) 7.00 BBC News; Weather. (T) 7.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. (T) 8.00 The One Show. Matt Baker and Alex Jones present the live magazine, featuring celebrity chat and stories of interest. (T) 8.30 EastEnders. Zainab and Masood realise their problems run much deeper than they thought. Tyler and Whitney are determined to celebrate their engagement — with or without Bianca’s approval; (T) BBC News; Regional News. (T) 9.00 Waterloo Road. Pupil-turned-soldier Bolton Smilie turns up at the school, and while everyone is excited to have a military man in their presence, it soon becomes clear he has problems. (T) 10.00 Silent Witness. Part one of two. Leo, Nikki and Jack travel to Afghanistan to identify whether human remains are those of a British soldier thought captured by the Taliban five years earlier. Continues tomorrow. (T) 11.00 BBC News. (T) 11.25 Regional News; Weather. (T) 11.35 Question Time. Topical debate from Stirling, chaired by David Dimbleby. (T) 12.35 This Week. The past seven days in politics. (T) 1.20 Skiing Weatherview. (T) 1.25 BBC News. 1.25 BBC News. 1.30 HARDtalk. 2.00 Newsday. 2.30 ABC World News with Diane Sawyer. 3.00 BBC News. 3.30 Asia Business Report. 3.45 Sport Today. 4.00 BBC News. 4.30 Asia Business Report. 4.45 Sport Today. 5.30 HARDtalk. 5.50 BBC News. 6.00 BBC News. 6.30 World Business Report. 6.45 BBC News. (T) BBC2 7.00 Close. 7.05 Homes Under the Hammer. (R) (T) 8.05 The Sheriffs Are Coming. (R) (T) 8.50 Cowboy Trap. (R) (T) 9.20 Sign Zone: Show Me the Monet. (R) (T) 10.05 Sign Zone: MasterChef: The Professionals. (R) (T) 11.05 Sign Zone: Robbed, Raided, Reunited. (R) (T) 11.35 HARDtalk. (T) 12.00 BBC News. (T) 12.30 BBC World News. (T) 1.00 Daily Politics. (T) 2.00 The One Show. (R) (T) 3.00 Coast. (R) (T) 3.15 Classic Mastermind. (R) (T) 3.45 Reel History of Britain. (R) (T) 4.15 Rick Stein’s Far Eastern Odyssey. (R) (T) 5.15 Life on Earth. (R) (T) 6.15 Vintage Antiques Roadshow. Michael Aspel presents the show from Eston in Cleveland, where treasures include a cubist elephant by
Eduardo Paolozzi and the first commercially produced toy robot. (R) (T) 7.00 Eggheads. Quiz, hosted by Jeremy Vine, in which the winners of famous game shows work as a team to tackle a new set of challengers. (T) 7.30 Great British Railway Journeys Goes to Ireland. Michael Portillo travels from Newbridge to Roscrea, visiting the Irish National Stud in Tully and investigating an astronomical feat of Victorian engineering. (T) 8.00 Railway Walks. Julia Bradbury explores the streets of Weymouth as she begins to trace the route of a short Dorset line that once ran south from the town and across Chesil Beach and Portland. (R) (T) 8.30 Great British Menu. Scottish region chefs Michael Smith, Tony Singh and Mark Greenaway prepare their desserts, before Angela Hartnett decides which two will go through to the final. (T) 9.00 The Planners. An application to erect a shed for 169,000 chickens faces huge opposition in the Scottish Borders and locals fight a proposal to build houses in their Gloucestershire village. (T) 10.00 The Genius of Invention. Michael Mosley, Mark Miodownik and Cassie Newland celebrate the electric telegraph, the telephone and wireless technology — three inventions that revolutionised communication. (T) 11.00 Charlie Brooker’s Weekly Wipe. A satirical look at the latest news from politics, the media and the internet, with contributions by Bob Mortimer, Doug Stanhope and Tim Key. (T) 11.30 Newsnight; (T) Weather. (T) 12.20 Brain Doctors. (R) (T) 1.20 The Culture Show. (R) (T) 1.50 Sign Zone: The Great Abortion Divide — Panorama. (R) (T) 2.20 Sign Zone: Wonderland: Young, Bright and on the Right. (R) (T) 3.20 Close. 4.55 BBC Learning Zone. (T)
part in a traditional equine competition in France and training his two Clydesdales. (T) 11.00 ITV News at Ten and Weather. (T) 11.30 ITV News London; Weather. (T) 11.35 The Jonathan Ross Show. The host chats to comedian Eddie Izzard, broadcaster and naturalist David Attenborough, stand-up-turned-actor Russell Brand and action-film star Dolph Lundgren. With music by Pulp. (R) (T)
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London 7.00 Daybreak. With guest Martin Clunes. (T) 9.30 Lorraine. Entertainment and fashion news. (T) 10.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show. Guests air their differences. (R) (T) 11.30 This Morning. Celebrity chat and lifestyle features. (T) 1.30 Loose Women. Topical debate from a female perspective. (T) 2.30 ITV News and Weather. (T) 2.55 ITV News London; Weather. (T) 3.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal. From Warrington, Cheshire. (T) 4.00 The Alan Titchmarsh Show. With actress Phyllis Logan. (T) 4.59 ITV London Weather. (T)
12.40 The Late Debate. Alastair Stewart discusses news and events at Westminster. 1.05 Jackpot247. Interactive gaming. 4.00 How to Save a Life?: Tonight. Fiona Foster investigates the public’s knowledge of first aid. (R) (T) 4.25 ITV Nightscreen. Textbased information service. 6.05 The Jeremy Kyle Show. Guests air their differences. (R) (T)
5.00 Tipping Point. Quiz show, hosted by Ben Shephard. (T) 6.00 The Chase. Bradley Walsh presents as four contestants answer general knowledge questions and work as a team to take on ruthless quiz genius the Chaser and secure a cash prize. (T) 7.00 ITV News London; Weather. (T) 7.30 ITV News and Weather. (T) 8.00 Emmerdale. Debbie is tempted by a lucrative offer from Pete, despite being warned by Charity to keep away from him, while Vanessa tries to cheer up Moira with a night out on the town. (T) 8.30 How to Save a Life?: Tonight. Fiona Foster investigates the public’s knowledge of first aid, and meets former Bolton Wanderers midfielder Fabrice Muamba, who suffered a cardiac arrest on the pitch. (T) 9.00 Emmerdale. Debbie’s get-rich-quick scheme looks set to be over when Cain warns Pete to stay away from her. Declan tries to prove to Katie he is committed to working through their problems. (T) 9.30 Nursing the Nation. A Devon nurse tends a pair of childhood sweethearts who have been married for more than 50 years, and a patient recovers from a knee operation in East Yorkshire. (T) 10.00 Martin Clunes — Heavy Horse Power. The actor explores the important role of working horses, meeting the Household Cavalry, taking
7.10 The Hoobs. (R) (T) 7.35 The Hoobs. (R) (T) 8.05 According to Jim. (R) (T) 8.30 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) (T) 8.55 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) (T) 9.30 Frasier. (R) (T) 10.00 Frasier. (R) (T) 10.30 Frasier. (R) (T) 11.00 Undercover Boss Canada. (T) 12.00 Come Dine with Me. (R) (T) 1.00 Channel 4 News Midday Summary. (T) 1.05 Jamie’s 15 Minute Meals. (R) (T) 1.35 FILM: Danger Within (1958). Second World War drama, starring Richard Todd. (T) (bw) 3.40 Countdown. (T) 4.30 Face the Clock. (T) 5.00 Deal or No Deal. (T) 6.00 Four in a Bed. Toni Del Mar welcomes her guests to Appalachian Spring in Devon, but with tensions already rife within the group, her hosting skills are soon put to the test. (T) 6.30 Come Dine with Me. Hawa Sydique hosts the fourth dinner party from Cambridge, and her adventurous menu seems to cause more problems than it is worth. (T) 7.00 The Simpsons. Maggie becomes obsessed with unlikely babysitter Moe — much to the dismay of Marge and Homer, who respond by forbidding him to see her again. (R) (T) 7.30 Hollyoaks. Diane discovers the truth about Sinead’s role in Esther’s bullying ordeal. Cheryl chases an exciting business opportunity, and Mitzeee reveals she may also be pregnant. (T) 8.00 Channel 4 News. (T) 8.55 4thought.tv. Northern Ireland’s Union Flag dispute and the questions it raises about the religious divide in the public’s eyes. (T) 9.00 Location, Location, Location. Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer catch up with two couples who wanted to find their first homes together in London, but had to compromise on location. Last in the series. (T) 10.00 How to Build a Bionic Man. Psychologist Bertolt Meyer meets scientists working on technology to replace body parts with manmade alternatives, while a team creates a complete ‘bionic man’ for the first time. (T) 11.00 FILM: Dreams of a Life (2011). Premiere. Drama-documentary, starring Zawe Ashton. (T) 12.50 Random Acts. (T) 12.55 The Undateables. (R) (T) 1.55 Too Poor for Posh School? (R) (T) 2.55 Plebs, Lies & Videotape: Channel 4 Dispatches. (R) (T) 3.25 Tony Robinson’s Gods and Monsters. (R) (T) 4.20 Time Team. (R) (T) 5.15 Deal or No Deal. (R) (T) 6.10
Countdown. (R) (T) 6.55 Kirstie’s Handmade Treasures. (R) (T) Channel 5 7.00 Milkshake!: Thomas & Friends. (R) (T) 7.10 Igam Ogam. (R) (T) 7.20 Fireman Sam. (R) (T) 7.30 Jelly Jamm. (R) (T) 7.45 Peppa Pig. (R) (T) 7.50 Olive the Ostrich. (R) (T) 7.55 Little Princess. (R) (T) 8.10 Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom. (R) (T) 8.20 The Mr Men Show. (R) (T) 8.35 Thomas & Friends. (R) (T) 8.45 Noddy in Toyland. (R) (T) 9.00 Fifi and the Flowertots. (R) (T) 9.15 Peppa Pig. (R) (T) 9.25 Peppa Pig. (R) (T) 9.30 Milkshake! Monkey. (R) (T) 9.35 Roary the Racing Car. (R) (T) 9.50 Bananas in Pyjamas. (R) (T) 10.00 Tickety Toc. (R) (T) 10.15 The Wright Stuff. 12.10 Trisha. (T) 1.00 Looney Tunes. (R) (T) 1.10 5 News Lunchtime. (T) 1.15 Croc Man. (R) (T) 2.15 Home and Away. (T) 2.45 Neighbours. (T) 3.15 NCIS. (R) (T) 4.15 FILM: Amish Grace (2010). Fact-based drama, starring Kimberly Williams-Paisley. (T) 6.00 5 News at 5. (T) 6.30 Neighbours. Tash tells Summer about her relationship with Andrew. (R) (T) 7.00 Home and Away. Jamie uses VJ’s online profile to try to get Jett to reveal where Leah isl. (R) (T) 7.30 5 News at 6.30. (T) 8.00 Police Interceptors. A stick of dynamite is brought into Carlisle’s main police station and an armed response unit is called out to a city centre bar after a report of a gun being spotted; (R) (T) 8.00 5 News Update. (T) 9.00 Dangerous Drivers’ School. Ashley Grigg helps a 24-year-old careworker overcome his phobia of driving on motorways and instructor Karen Parker goes out for a spin with TV presenter Kate Walsh; (T) 9.00 5 News at 9. (T) 10.00 Winter Road Rescue. The RAC is on high alert in the south-west of England following torrential rain, while patrolman Joe Ryan-Howes comes to the aid of a driver whose vehicle has skidded into a fence. (T) 11.00 FILM: The Matrix Reloaded (2003). Sci-fi thriller sequel, starring Keanu Reeves. (T) 1.40 SuperCasino. 5.00 House Doctor. (R) (T) 5.50 Michaela’s Wild Challenge. (R) (T) 6.10 Wildlife SOS. (R) (T) 6.35 Wildlife SOS. (R) (T)
CHANNEL 4 Thursday, 7th February, 2013 14.00 Non Stop Music 16.00 Shopping and Info 18.00 Celebrity Archive – Simon is with comedian Alistair McGowan 18.05 Spanish Eye – the racing pigeon scene in Spain.. 18.30 Guardamar Discovered – the story of this town which was saved from drowning in sand. 19.00 Learn The Lingo – Learning Spanish in a fun and interesting way. 19.15 Hand Made – A short film – Images of the Vega Baja. 19.30 Hip Hop Alicante – A look at the music scene in Alicante. 20.00 – 22.00 Local Information and Non Stop Music
Monday, 4th February, 2013
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7.00 Breakfast. Headlines and business news. (T) 10.15 Wanted Down Under Revisited. Nicki Chapman catches up with a family who sampled life in Brisbane. (T) 11.00 Homes Under the Hammer. Properties in Cornwall, London and Durham. (T) 11.58 BBC News; Weather. (T) 12.00 The Sheriffs Are Coming. A woman who has not received compensation for unfair dismissal. (R) (T) 12.45 Cowboy Trap. A revisit to ripped-off homeowners in Oxford and Angus, Scotland. (T) 1.13 BBC News; Weather. (T) 1.15 Bargain Hunt. Two teams search for antiques at Kedleston Hall. (T) 2.00 BBC News; Weather. (T) 2.30 Regional News; Weather. (T) 2.45 Doctors. Howard and Emma take part in an awkward training day. (T) 3.15 Only Fools and Horses. Double bill. Del takes up cards in his latest bid to make a fortune. (R) (T) 4.15 Perfection. General knowledge quiz, hosted by Nick Knowles. (T)
5.00 Escape to the Country. A London couple look for properties in Rutland. (T) 5.30 Antiques Road Trip. Catherine Southon and David Harper head to Seaton, Devon. (T) 6.15 Pointless. Quiz show in which contestants try to score the fewest points possible. Presented by Alexander Armstrong. (T) 7.00 BBC News; Weather. (T) 7.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. (T) 8.00 The One Show. Chris Evans and Alex Jones round off the week with celebrity guests and stories of interest to the UK. (T) 8.30 A Question of Sport. (R) (T) BBC News; Regional News. (T) 9.00 EastEnders. Zainab refuses to accept it is over with Masood — but he is not convinced they can be happy together. (T) 9.30 Room 101. Frank Skinner invites Clive Anderson, Alex Jones and Jack Whitehall to discuss their pet hates. (T) 10.00 Silent Witness. Part two of two. Leo grows closer to charity worker Fawzia, as Jack and Nikki make a breakthrough, triggering a chain of events that leaves everyone in danger. Last in the series. (T) 11.00 BBC News. (T) 11.25 Regional News; Weather; (T) National Lottery Update. (T) 11.35 The Graham Norton Show. Graham chats to actor Mark Wahlberg, soon to be seen in the thriller Broken City, and comedienne Sarah Silverman. (T) 12.25 FILM: Reign of Fire (2001). Fantasy adventure, starring Christian Bale and Matthew McConaughey. (T) 2.00 Weatherview. (T) 2.05 BBC News. 2.05 BBC News. 2.30 Click. 3.00 BBC News. 3.30 TBA. 4.00 BBC News. 4.30 Click. 4.45 Newswatch. 5.00 BBC News. 5.30 Five Minutes With. 6.00 BBC News. (T) BBC2 7.00 Homes Under the Hammer. (R) (T) 8.00 The Sheriffs Are Coming. (R) (T) 8.45 Cowboy Trap. Helping a retired couple in
Tarporley, Cheshire. (R) (T) 9.15 Sign Zone: Show Me the Monet. (R) (T) 10.00 Sign Zone: Antiques Roadshow. (R) (T) 11.00 Question Time. (R) (T) 12.00 BBC News. (T) 12.30 BBC World News. (T) 1.00 Daily Politics. (T) 2.00 The One Show. (R) (T) 2.30 Weakest Link. (R) (T) 3.15 Classic Mastermind. (R) (T) 3.45 Reel History of Britain. (R) (T) 4.15 Rick Stein’s Far Eastern Odyssey. (R) (T) 5.15 Life on Earth. (R) (T) 6.15 Vintage Antiques Roadshow. From Melksham in Wiltshire, where objects include a dagger worn by a Cossack, a drawing by Edmund Dulac, a dog collar made in 1784 and a gold box found in the mud in Wales. (R) (T) 7.00 Eggheads. Quiz, hosted by Jeremy Vine, in which the winners of famous game shows work as a team to tackle a new set of challengers. (T) 7.30 Great British Railway Journeys Goes to Ireland. Michael Portillo travels from Athlone to Galway on the final leg of his journey, and meets up with a traditional Irish singing group along the way. Last in the series. (T) 8.00 Railway Walks. Julia Bradbury begins the longest walk yet, a journey through the Highlands over territory with a history of clan conflict and links with folk hero Rob Roy. Last in the series. (R) (T) 8.30 Great British Menu. The two remaining chefs from the Scottish region prepare their entire menus for Prue Leith, Matthew Fort, Oliver Peyton and guest judge Debra Stephenson. (T) 9.00 Mastermind. Four more contestants take part in the quiz, answering questions on Joy Division, the Battle of the River Plate, Ashes cricket series since 1981 and the films of Tod Slaughter. (T) 9.30 MasterChef: The Professionals — Michel’s Classics. Michel Roux Jr gives the second of two masterclasses in French cuisine, preparing a hand-raised sweet and spicy mutton pie and an Escoffier recipe featuring chicken and tongue. (R) (T) 10.00 Monty Don’s French Gardens. The horticulturist examines how the national love of food has influenced gardens in France and learns about the importance the French attach to the soil. (T) 11.00 QI. Stephen Fry poses some unusual questions about jelly, jam and juice to Jo Brand, Liza Tarbuck, Sue Perkins and regular panellist Alan Davies. (R) (T) 11.30 Newsnight. (T) 12.00 The Review Show. (T) 12.45 Weather. (T) 12.50 FILM: The Painted Veil (2006). Period drama, starring Edward Norton and Naomi Watts. (T) 2.45 Sign Zone: Question Time. (R) (T) 3.45 Close. London 7.00 Daybreak. News and entertainment. (T) 9.30 Lorraine. Presented by Kate Garraway. (T) 10.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show. Guests air their differences. (R) (T) 11.30 This Morning. Celebrity chat and lifestyle features. (T) 1.30 Loose Women. Topical debate from a female perspective. (T) 2.30 ITV News and Weather. (T) 2.55 ITV News London; Weather. (T) 3.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal. David Dickinson and the team head to Mansfield, Nottinghamshire. (T) 4.00 The Alan Titchmarsh Show. With Ashley Banjo and Paul Hollywood. (T) 4.59 ITV London Weather. (T)
5.00 Tipping Point. Quiz show, hosted by Ben Shephard. (T) 6.00 The Chase. Bradley Walsh presents as four contestants answer general knowledge questions and work as a team to take on ruthless quiz genius the Chaser and secure a cash prize. 7.00 ITV News London; Weather. (T) 7.30 ITV News and Weather. (T) 8.00 Emmerdale. Pete instructs Debbie to get into his car but she walks off, wanting him to play things her way. (T) 8.30 Coronation Street. Kirsty is horrified to find Ruby has gone from the Websters’ and sets off
in search of her daughter, while Faye slips out of the house and goes looking for Tim. (T) 9.00 Wild Britain with Ray Mears. The survival expert studies the wildlife of Scotland’s west coast. (T) 9.30 Coronation Street. The police question Kevin as the search for Ruby continues, Faye panics when Tim wants to thank Anna for allowing them to meet. (T) 10.00 Great Night Out. Hodge and Kath’s romantic weekend away is interrupted by a few unexpected visitors. (T) 11.00 ITV News at Ten and Weather. (T) 11.30 ITV News London; Weather. (T) 11.35 FILM: The Birds (1963). Residents of a Californian community are menaced by sinister flocks of birds. Alfred Hitchcock’s thriller. (T) 1.50 Jackpot247. Interactive gaming. 4.00 FILM: Psycho (1960). Hitchcock thriller, starring Anthony Perkins and Janet Leigh. (T) (bw) 5.50 ITV Nightscreen. Text-based information service. CHANNEL 4 7.10 The Hoobs. (R) (T) 7.35 The Hoobs. (R) (T) 8.00 According to Jim. (R) (T) 8.30 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) (T) 8.55 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) (T) 9.25 Frasier. (R) (T) 10.00 Frasier. (R) (T) 10.30 Frasier. (R) (T) 11.00 Undercover Boss Canada. (T) 12.00 Come Dine with Me. (R) (T) 1.00 Channel 4 News Midday Summary. (T) 1.05 Jamie’s 15 Minute Meals. (R) (T) 1.35 Kirstie’s Vintage Gems. (T) 1.55 FILM: The Desperadoes (1943). Western, starring Glenn Ford. (T) 3.40 Countdown. (T) 4.30 Face the Clock. (T) 5.00 Deal or No Deal. (T) 6.00 Four in a Bed. (T) 6.30 Come Dine with Me. Proud scouser David Goodier hosts the final dinner party from Cambridge and hopes to impress with a 60s Merseybeat dress code and a dish entitled ‘Spicy Beatballs’. (T) 7.00 The Simpsons. At Halloween, Lisa and Bart embark on a Harry Potter-style adventure. (R) (T) 7.30 Hollyoaks. Mitzeee considers leaving the village after she and Maxine get to the bottom of the pregnancy mystery, and Cheryl encounters a familiar face while seeking her fortune in Southport. (T) 8.00 Channel 4 News. (T) 8.55 4thought.tv. Northern Ireland’s Union Flag dispute and the questions it raises about the religious divide in the public’s eyes. (T) 9.00 First Time Farmers. An 18-year-old who has won awards for her champion pigs, a college graduate returning to the family farm, and a shepherd hoping to buy a flock of sheep. Last in the series. (T) 10.00 8 Out of 10 Cats. (T) 10.30 The Last Leg. Comedian Adam Hills is joined by Josh Widdicombe and Alex Brooker to provide a comic review of the significant moments of the past seven days. (T) 11.00 Paddy’s TV Guide. Paddy McGuinness takes a comic look at the ‘best of British’, highlighting the good and bad from the small screen and airing clips of rarely seen shows. (T) 11.50 Rude Tube. (R) (T) 12.50 The New Normal. (T) 1.15 Random Acts. (T) 1.20 2 Broke Girls. (T) 1.45 Happy Endings. (R) (T) 2.10 Don’t Trust the B**** in Apartment 23. (T) 2.35 Bob’s Burgers. (T) 2.55 Glory Daze. (T) 3.40 Smallville. (R) (T) 4.20 St Elsewhere. (R) (T) 5.10 Deal or No Deal. (R) (T) 6.05 Countdown. (R) (T) 6.50 Baking Mad with Eric Lanlard. (R) (T)
Peppa Pig. (R) (T) 7.50 Olive the Ostrich. (R) (T) 7.55 Little Princess. (R) (T) 8.10 Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom. (R) (T) 8.20 The Mr Men Show. (R) (T) 8.35 Thomas & Friends. (R) (T) 8.45 Noddy in Toyland. (R) (T) 9.00 Fifi and the Flowertots. (R) (T) 9.15 Peppa Pig. (R) (T) 9.25 Peppa Pig. (R) (T) 9.30 Milkshake! Monkey. (R) (T) 9.35 Roary the Racing Car. (R) (T) 9.50 Bananas in Pyjamas. (R) (T) 10.00 Tickety Toc. (R) (T) 10.15 The Wright Stuff. 12.10 Trisha. (T) 1.00 Looney Tunes. (R) (T) 1.10 5 News Lunchtime. (T) 1.15 Croc Man. (R) (T) 2.15 Home and Away. (T) 2.45 Neighbours. (T) 3.15 Person of Interest. (R) (T) 4.15 FILM: Deadliest Sea (2009). Premiere. Drama, starring Sebastian Pigott. (T) 6.00 5 News at 5. (T) 6.30 Neighbours. A jealous Tash scuppers the chances of a group of attractive girls applying for a job at Charlie’s, while Francesca tells Vanessa to focus on her child and not the men in her life. (R) (T) 7.00 Home and Away. Harvey enjoys his stag night after an old friend turns up to surprise him, while Bianca breaks up with Adam, who tells Jamie he will help find out Leah’s location. (R) (T) 7.30 5 News at 6.30. (T) 8.00 Rory & Will — Champions of the World. Rory McGrath and Will Mellor head to the south of England, where they compete for world titles in wheelie-bin and folding-bike racing; (R) (T) 8.00 5 News Update. (T) 9.00 Ice Road Truckers. (T) 9.00 5 News at 9. (T) 10.00 FILM: Bad Boys II (2003). Two mismatched undercover cops. Comedy thriller sequel, starring Will Smith and Martin Lawrence. (T) 12.55 Inside Hollywood 2013. 1.05 SuperCasino. 5.00 Motorsport Mundial. 5.25 House Doctor. (R) (T) 5.50 Michaela’s Wild Challenge. (R) (T) 6.10 Wildlife SOS. (R) (T) 6.15 Wildlife SOS. (R) (T) 6.35 Wildlife SOS. (R) (T)
Friday 8th February, 2013 14.00 Non Stop Music 16.00 Shopping and Info 18.00 Celebrity Archive – Simon Baldock is with singer Alison Moyet. 18.05 FAQ - Stay safe in your home. 18.30 Let’s Talk – with ex World champion powerlifter Ralph Farquarharson. 19.00 An Evening With... the Welsh Male Choir live in Torrevieja. 20.00 – 22.00 Local Information and Non Stop Music
Channel 5 7.00 Milkshake!: Thomas & Friends. (R) (T) 7.10 Igam Ogam. (R) (T) 7.20 Fireman Sam. (R) (T) 7.30 Jelly Jamm. (R) (T) 7.45
9th february 7.00 Breakfast. News, sport and entertainment reports. (T) 11.00 Saturday Kitchen Live. James Martin celebrates Chinese New Year with chefs Ken Hom and Ching He Huang. (T) 12.30 The Good Cook. Dishes include Parmesan biscuits, pear salad and rice pudding. (R) (T) 1.00 BBC News; Regional News; Weather. (T) 1.15 Football Focus. Dan Walker and guests review the week’s action and headlines. (T) 2.00 Bargain Hunt. Two teams test their antiques knowledge. (R) (T) 3.00 Live Six Nations Rugby Union. Scotland v Italy (Kick-off 2.30pm). (T)
5.30 Live Six Nations Rugby Union. France v Wales (Kick-off 5.00pm). (T) 8.00 BBC News; Regional News; Weather. (T) 8.20 Britain’s Brightest. Clare Balding is joined by comedian Bill Bailey as she hosts the final. Last in the series. (T) 9.20 The National Lottery: In It to Win It. Dale Winton presents the quiz in which five contestants pit their wits to scoop a big cash prize. Includes the National Lottery draws, presented by Scott Mills. (T) 10.10 Casualty. Charlie’s former nursing deputy Ash, now qualified as a doctor, rejoins the team, and hits the ground running when he treats a patient with suspected rabies. (T) 11.00 BBC News; Weather. (T) 11.20 Match of the Day. Gary Lineker presents highlights of today’s Premier League clashes; (T) National Lottery Update. (T) 12.40 The Football League Show. Highlights of today’s games. (T) 1.55 Weatherview. (T) 2.00 BBC News. 2.00 BBC News. 2.30 The Bottom Line. 3.00 BBC News. 3.30 Dateline London. 4.00 BBC News. 4.30 Our World. 5.00 BBC News. 5.30 Click. 6.00 BBC News. 6.30 The Bottom Line. (T) BBC2 7.00 Close. 8.10 Great British Menu. (R) (T) 8.40 Great British Menu. (R) (T) 9.10 Great British Menu. (R) (T) 9.40 Great British Menu. (R) (T) 10.10 Great British Menu. (R) (T) 10.40 The Sky at Night. (R) (T) 11.00 A History of Britain by Simon Schama. (R) (T) 12.00 Meet the Ancestors. (R) (T) 12.30 Map Man. (R) (T) 1.00 Indian Food Made Easy. (R) (T) 1.30 Mastermind. Specialist subjects include Joy Division and the Ashes since 1981. (R) (T) 2.00 University Challenge. (R) (T) 2.30 FILM: The Taming of the Shrew (1967). Shakespeare comedy, starring Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. (T) 4.30 The Mary Berry Story. (R) (T) 5.30 Final Score. (T) 6.30 Ice Age Art: A Culture Show Special. Andrew Graham-Dixon visits northern Spain to see some of the world’s oldest works of art and gets a behind-the-scenes preview of a new British Museum exhibition about ice-age art. (T) 7.30 Dad’s Army. Jones’s van runs out of petrol and the platoon is
forced to spend the night in a spooky deserted house, where the men’s imaginations soon run wild. (R) (T) 8.00 Top Gear. Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May pilot three frontengined supercars on a road trip from Las Vegas to Palm Springs via Los Angeles. With drummer Mick Fleetwood. (R) (T) 9.00 Giant Otters of the Amazon: Natural World. Cameraman Charlie Hamilton-James heads to the Peruvian jungle to chart the dangerous life of a giant otter and its unruly family of six cubs. (T) 10.00 Howard Goodall’s Story of Music. The composer examines the period between 1750 and 1850, which was the era of Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Mendelssohn, Schumann and Chopin. (T) 11.00 Dancing on the Edge. Drama by Stephen Poliakoff following the fortunes of a black jazz band in early1930s London. Starring Chiwetel Ejiofor, Matthew Goode and John Goodman. (R) (T) 12.35 FILM: Milk (2008). Biopic of US politician Harvey Milk, starring Sean Penn. (T) 2.35 Close. London 7.00 CITV: Handy Manny. Children’s fun. (T) 7.10 Handy Manny. Children’s fun. (T) 7.25 The Hive. Pre-school series. (R) (T) 7.35 The Hive. Pre-school series. (R) (T) 7.40 Dino Dan. The adventures of trainee palaeontologist Dan Henderson. (R) (T) 7.55 Dino Dan. The adventures of trainee palaeontologist Dan Henderson. (R) (T) 8.05 Almost Naked Animals. Children’s entertainment. (R) (T) 8.40 Matt Hatter Chronicles. Children’s animation. (R) (T) 9.05 Ultimate Spider-Man. Superhero adventures. (T) 9.30 Victorious. Comedy about a teenage girl at a performing arts school. (R) (T) 10.00 Jessie. Disney sitcom, starring Debby Ryan. (T) 10.25 ITV News. (T) 10.30 The Jeremy Kyle Show USA. The host takes his successful talk-show stateside. (T) 11.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show USA. The host takes his successful talk-show stateside. (T) 12.20 Saturday Cookbook. With Jodie Prenger and Phil Vickery. (R) (T) 1.15 ITV News and Weather; Weather. (T) 1.20 Murder, She Wrote. Jessica invests in an upmarket restaurant. (R) (T) 2.20 My Tasty Travels with Lynda Bellingham. The actress competes in a sponge-baking contest. (R) (T) 3.25 Dinner Date. Gemma from the Wirral chooses three blind dates. (R) (T) 4.25 FILM: The Secret of My Success (1987). Comedy, starring Michael J Fox. (T)
6.30 ITV News London; Weather. (T) 6.40 ITV News and Weather. (T) 7.00 FILM: Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang (2010). Premiere. A woman struggling to look after her children and the family farm receives a helping hand from the magical nanny. Fantasy comedy, with Emma Thompson and Maggie Gyllenhaal. (T) 9.05 Take Me Out. 30 single women. Paddy McGuinness hosts. (T) 10.20 The Jonathan Ross Show. The host chats to John C Reilly, who provides the voice of the title character in Disney’s Wreck-It Ralph, and Hayley Atwell. (T) 11.20 ITV News and Weather; Weather. (T)
11.35 FILM: Knocked Up (2007). An ambitious journalist unexpectedly becomes pregnant after a one-night stand with a directionless layabout. Romantic comedy, starring Seth Rogen, Katherine Heigl and Paul Rudd. (T) 1.50 Jackpot247. Interactive gaming. 4.00 In Plain Sight. The family regroups after Mary’s ordeal. Last in the series. (R) (T) 4.45 ITV Nightscreen. Text-based information service. CHANNEL 4 7.10 The Hoobs. (R) (T) 7.35 The Hoobs. (R) (T) 8.00 UCI CycloCross World Championships. (T) 9.00 The Morning Line. (T) 9.55 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) (T) 10.25 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) (T) 10.55 Frasier. (R) (T) 11.25 Frasier. (R) (T) 11.55 The Big Bang Theory. (R) (T) 12.25 The Big Bang Theory. (R) (T) 12.55 The Simpsons. (R) (T) 1.25 Secret Millionaire Ireland. (R) (T) 2.30 Channel 4 Racing. Live coverage from Newbury and Warwick. (T) 4.55 Come Dine with Me. (R) (T) 5.25 Come Dine with Me. (R) (T) 6.00 Come Dine with Me. (R) (T) 6.25 Come Dine with Me. (R) (T) 7.00 Come Dine with Me. Caroline Wardrope hosts the final dinner party in Glasgow, throwing a 1970s-themed disco evening with a mystery menu before the winner of the £1,000 prize is announced. (R) (T) 7.25 Channel 4 News. (T) 7.50 4thought.tv. Northern Ireland’s Union Flag dispute and the questions it raises about the religious divide in the public’s eyes. (T) 7.55 FILM: Crocodile Dundee II (1988). The Australian adventurer lures the drug dealers who kidnapped his girlfriend to the Outback for a showdown. Comedy adventure sequel, starring Paul Hogan and Linda Kozlowski. (T) 10.00 World Without End. Merthin returns from Italy and urges Caris to elope with him, but she refuses. (T) 11.05 FILM: Kiss the Girls (1997). Thriller, starring Morgan Freeman. (T) 1.20 FILM: Porky’s (1982). Sex comedy, starring Dan Monahan. (T) 3.05 The Confession. (R) (T) 3.10 Hollyoaks. (T) 5.15 Smallville. A tycoon tries to discover the Blur’s identity. (R) (T) 5.55 Countdown. (R) (T) 6.40 Baking Mad with Eric Lanlard. (R) (T) Channel 5 7.00 Milkshake!: Peppa Pig. (R) (T) 7.05 Mio Mao. (R) (T) 7.15 Fifi and the Flowertots. (R) (T) 7.25 Bert and Ernie’s Great Adventures. (R) (T) 7.30 The Mr Men Show. (R) (T) 7.40 Olive the Ostrich. (R) (T) 7.45 Abby’s Flying Fairy School. (R) (T) 7.55 Roobarb and Custard Too. (R) (T) 8.05 Bananas in Pyjamas. (R) (T) 8.15 Animal Antics. (R) (T) 8.25 Make Way for Noddy. (R) (T) 8.40 City of Friends. (R) (T) 8.55 Little Princess. (R) (T) 9.10 The Adventures of Bottle Top Bill and His Best Friend Corky. (R) (T) 9.30 Angelina Ballerina. (R) (T) 9.45 Rupert Bear. (R) (T) 10.00 Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom. (R) (T) 10.15 Toby’s Travelling Circus. (R) (T) 10.30 Roary the Racing Car. (R) (T) 10.40 Jelly Jamm. (T) 11.00 Power Rangers Samurai. (R) (T) 11.35 Batman: The Brave and the Bold. (T) 12.05 How Do They Do It? (R) (T) 12.40 Police Interceptors. (R) (T) 1.40 Dangerous Drivers’ School. (R) (T) 2.40 FILM: Stranger with My Face (2009). Mystery, starring Catherine Hicks. (T) 4.25 FILM: My Neighbor’s Secret (2009). Thriller, starring Nicholas Brendon. (T) 6.10 FILM:
Two Mules for Sister Sara (1970). Don Siegel’s Western, with Clint Eastwood and Shirley MacLaine. (T) 8.20 5 News Weekend. (T) 8.25 NCIS. Having identified the mole in their ranks, the detectives are forced to rely on information from questionable sources as they try to prevent a criminal stealing government secrets. (R) (T) 9.10 NCIS. A petty officer is killed in what at first seems to be a road-rage incident — until the team discovers he belonged to an underground fight club. Crime drama, starring Mark Harmon. (R) (T) 10.00 Law & Order. Callers to the emergency services report seeing a photograph of her body on the internet. (R) (T) 11.00 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. An exfinancier is questioned about the murder of his girlfriend — but the focus of the investigation gradually shifts to the CEO of a dating website. Guest starring Eric McCormack. (T) 11.55 Law & Order: Criminal Intent. (T) 12.50 Inside Hollywood 2013. 1.00 SuperCasino. 5.00 HouseBusters. (R) (T) 5.25 Divine Designs. (R) (T) 5.50 County Secrets. (R) (T) 6.05 Hana’s Helpline. (R) (T) 6.15 The Milkshake! Show. (R) (T) 6.40 Thomas & Friends. (R) (T) 6.50 Roary the Racing Car. (R) (T)
Saturday 9th February, 2013 14.00 Non Stop Music 16.00 Shopping and Info 18.00 Celebrity Archive – Simon Baldock is with singer Alison Moyet. 18.05 FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions – Stay safe in your home. 18.30 Let’s Talk – with ex World champion powerlifter Ralph Farquarharson. 19.00 An Evening With... the Welsh Male Choir live in Torrevieja. 20.00 – 22.00 Local Information and Non Stop Music
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10th february 7.00 Breakfast. News, sport and entertainment reports. (T) 8.35 Match of the Day. Including highlights of Swansea City v Queens Park Rangers. (R) (T) 10.00 The Andrew Marr Show. James Landale casts an eye over the week’s talking points. (T) 11.00 The Big Questions. From Michaelston Community College in Cardiff. (T) 12.00 Sunday Politics. Presented by Andrew Neil; (T) Weather for the Week Ahead. (T) 1.25 Countryfile. Items from the snowy Yorkshire Dales. (R) (T) 2.25 Call the Midwife. Jenny is seconded to a short-staffed hospital in London. (R) (T) 3.25 Live Six Nations Rugby Union. Ireland v England (Kick-off 3.00pm). (T)
6.00 Africa. David Attenborough describes the challenges faced by the continent’s wildlife. Last in the series. (R) 7.00 BBC News; Regional News; Weather. (T) 7.30 Blandings. It is the annual castle fete, and as usual Connie forces Clarence to wear a top hat and make a speech. (T) 8.00 Countryfile. Reports on the latest rural developments. Including Weather for the Week Ahead. 9.00 Call the Midwife. Jenny and Sister Evangelina assist at the birth of a baby with spina bifida, while Nonnatus House plays host to an eccentric cleric friend of Chummy. (T) 10.00 The British Academy Film Awards. Stephen Fry hosts the annual ceremony live from the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden. (T) 12.00 BBC News; Regional News; Weather. (T) 12.25 Room 101 — Extra Storage. With Clive Anderson, Alex Jones and Jack Whitehall. (T) 1.05 The Celebrity Apprentice USA. The winner is announced. Last in the series. (T) 2.25 Weatherview. (T) 2.30 BBC News. 2.30 The Bottom Line. 3.00 BBC News. 3.30 Asia Business Report. 3.45 Sport Today. 4.00 BBC News. 4.30 Asia Business Report. 4.45 Sport Today. 5.00 BBC News. 5.30 HARDtalk. 6.00 BBC News. 6.30 World Business Report. 6.45 BBC News. (T) BBC2 7.00 Close. 8.15 FILM: Rachel and the Stranger (1948). Western, starring Loretta Young. (T) (bw) 9.45 Life in a Cottage Garden with Carol Klein. (R) (T) 10.15 A to Z of TV Gardening. (T) 11.00 Saturday Kitchen Best Bites. (T) 12.30 The Little Paris Kitchen: Cooking with Rachel Khoo. (R) (T) 1.00 EastEnders. (R) (T) 2.55 Flog It! (R) (T) 3.40 Giant Otters of the Amazon: Natural World. (R) (T) 4.40 The Mary Berry Story. (R) (T) 5.40 Songs of Praise. (T) 6.15 In Orbit: How Satellites Rule Our World. Space scientist Maggie Aderin-Pocock explores the immense power of satellites, and how they have revolutionised exploration, communication, navigation and spying. (R) (T) 7.15 Ski Sunday. Graham Bell and Ed Leigh introduce highlights of the World Championships from Schladming in Austria, featuring the men’s downhill discipline. (T) 8.00 Food & Drink. Michel Roux Jr hosts the revival of the culinary show featuring recipes and discussions on the latest trends, with resident drinks expert Kate Goodman and a guest chef. (R) (T) 8.30 Open All Hours. Roy Clarke’s comedy about miserly shopkeeper Arkwright, who spends his time in vain pursuit of Nurse Gladys Emmanuel. Starring Ronnie
Barker. (R) (T) 9.00 Top Gear. Jeremy Clarkson races a Shelby Mustang GT500 against James May and Richard Hammond, who take the pan-European rail network, in a sprint from London to Milan. With Amy Macdonald. (T) 10.00 Wonders of Life. Professor Brian Cox travels to southern Africa to explore why Earth is such a fertile place and how it sustains such a large diversity of life forms. (T) 11.00 Match of the Day 2. Colin Murray reviews the day’s Premier League action, featuring Manchester United v Everton at Old Trafford and Aston Villa v West Ham United at Villa Park. (T) 12.00 Dancing on the Edge. (R) (T) 1.05 Six Nations Rugby Union. (T) 1.50 Sign Zone: Holby City. Part one of two. Michael’s team is divided over a suspected case of child abuse. (R) (T) 2.50 Sign Zone: Being Eileen. (R) (T) 3.20 Close. London 7.00 CITV: Handy Manny. Children’s fun. (T) 7.10 Handy Manny. Children’s fun. (T) 7.25 The Hive. Pre-school series. (R) (T) 7.35 The Hive. Pre-school series. (R) (T) 7.40 Dino Dan. The adventures of trainee palaeontologist Dan Henderson. (R) (T) 7.55 Dino Dan. The adventures of trainee palaeontologist Dan Henderson. (R) 8.05 Almost Naked Animals. Children’s entertainment. (R) (T) 8.40 Matt Hatter Chronicles. Children’s animation. (R) (T) 9.05 Rated A for Awesome. Children’s fun and entertainment. (T) 9.30 Big Time Rush. The adventures of a boy band. (T) 10.00 The Aquabats Super Show. Action comedy. (T) 10.25 House Guest in the Sun. A restaurant manager hosts a dinner party in Istan, Malaga. (R) (T) 11.20 60 Minute Makeover. Homeimprovement challenge in Tooting, south London. (R) (T) 12.20 May the Best House Win Vive la France. Four properties in Vienne, western France. (R) (T) 1.20 ITV News and Weather; Weather. (T) 1.25 Dickinson’s Real Deal. From Wilmslow, Cheshire. (R) (T) 2.25 Rosemary & Thyme. A wine critic is murdered at a vineyard. (R) (T) 4.00 FILM: Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002). Fantasy adventure sequel, starring Daniel Radcliffe. (T)
6.50 ITV News London; Weather. (T) 7.00 ITV News and Weather. (T) 7.15 Dancing on Ice. Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean try to bring out the passionate sides of the seven remaining stars in a romantic lovethemed show. The results are at 9.30pm. (T) 8.45 All Star Family Fortunes. TV gardener Diarmuid Gavin and Hollyoaks actress Gemma Merna (Carmel) team up with their families. Vernon Kay hosts the game show. (T) 9.30 Dancing on Ice: The Skate Off. Phillip Schofield and Christine Bleakley preside. (T) 10.00 Mr Selfridge. Harry is left unconscious after the car accident and as his family gathers by his bedside, the news arrives that Mrs Grove is dead. (T) 11.00 ITV News at Ten and Weather; Weather. (T) 11.15 FILM: Duplicity (2009). Two former spies with a romantic past go head to head working in counter-intelligence for rival corporations. Thriller, with Julia Roberts and Clive Owen. (T) 1.30 Premiership Rugby Union. Action from the 14th round of fixtures. (T) 2.25 The Store. Home shopping. 3.55 Monk. A sub-
mariner apparently commits suicide aboard his vessel. (R) (T) 4.40 ITV Nightscreen. Text-based information service. 6.05 The Jeremy Kyle Show. Guests air their differences. (R) (T) CHANNEL 4 7.10 The Hoobs. (R) (T) 7.35 The Hoobs. (R) (T) 8.05 Will & Grace. (R) (T) 8.30 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) (T) 8.55 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) (T) 9.25 Frasier. (R) (T) 9.55 Frasier. (R) (T) 10.30 Sunday Brunch. (T) 1.00 The Big Bang Theory. (R) (T) 1.30 The Big Bang Theory. (R) (T) 1.55 The Big Bang Theory. (R) (T) 2.25 The Simpsons. (R) (T) 2.55 The Simpsons. (R) (T) 3.25 FILM: Star Trek III: The Search for Spock (1984). Sci-fi sequel, with William Shatner. (T) 5.25 Time Team. The team visits Oakham Castle in Rutland. (T) 6.25 Deal or No Deal. Noel Edmonds hosts. (T) 7.25 Channel 4 News. (T) 7.55 4thought.tv. Northern Ireland’s Union Flag dispute and the questions it raises about the religious divide in the public’s eyes. (T) 8.00 The Political Slot. Behind the scenes of Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg’s new radio phone-in show. (T) 8.05 Come Dine with Me. A week of dinner parties in Bristol, featuring a revealing outfit, a personal homage to the work of PJ and Duncan and a best of British theme. (T) 9.00 The Hotel. Mark decides to sell the Grosvenor, but dreads telling the staff and turns to his adviser for support, while the Joneses from Leeds settle in to their first-ever stay in a hotel. (T) 10.00 FILM: Die Hard 4.0 (2007). Tough cop John McClane goes on the trail of a criminal mastermind plotting a technological terror attack on America. Action thriller sequel, with Bruce Willis and Timothy Olyphant. (T) 12.35 FILM: Changing Lanes (2002). Revenge thriller, starring Samuel L Jackson and Ben Affleck. (T) 2.15 FILM: The Last Mitterrand (2005). Semi-fictional biopic, starring Michel Bouquet. 4.15 Coming Up. (R) (T) 4.45 St Elsewhere. (R) (T) 5.30 Deal or No Deal. (R) (T) 6.25 Countdown. (R) (T) Channel 5 7.00 Milkshake!: Peppa Pig. (R) (T) 7.05 Roary the Racing Car. (R) (T) 7.15 Fifi and the Flowertots. (R) (T) 7.25 Bert and Ernie’s Great Adventures. (R) (T) 7.30 The Mr Men Show. (R) (T) 7.45 Olive the Ostrich. (R) (T) 7.50 Abby’s Flying Fairy School. (R) (T) 8.00 Roobarb and Custard Too. (R) (T) 8.10 Bananas in Pyjamas. (R) (T) 8.20 Animal Antics. (R) (T) 8.25 Make Way for Noddy. (R) (T) 8.40 City of Friends. (R) (T) 8.55 Little Princess. (R) (T) 9.05 Milkshake! Monkey. (R) (T) 9.10 The Adventures of Bottle Top Bill and His Best Friend Corky. (R) (T) 9.20 Mio Mao. (R) (T) 9.25 Angelina Ballerina. (R) (T) 9.45 Rupert Bear. (R) (T) 10.00 Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom. (R) (T) 10.15 Toby’s Travelling Circus. (R) (T) 10.30 Roary the Racing Car. (R) (T) 10.45 Jelly Jamm. (T) 11.00 Power Rangers Samurai. (R) (T) 11.35 Batman: The Brave and the Bold. (T) 12.10 Inside Hollywood. 12.20 Once Upon a Time. (R) (T) 1.15 Winter Road Rescue. (R) (T) 2.15 FILM: The Witches (1990). Children’s fantasy, starring Anjelica Huston. (T) 4.05 FILM: While You Were Sleeping (1995). Romantic comedy, starring Sandra Bullock and
Bill Pullman. (T) 6.05 FILM: The Water Horse: Legend of the Deep (2007). Children’s fantasy adventure, starring Alex Etel and Emily Watson. (T) 8.10 Inside the Titanic. Drama-documentary. (R) (T) 9.55 5 News Weekend. (T) 10.00 Person of Interest. The Machine points Reese and Finch toward a disgruntled unemployed project manager who appears to be planning to kill the politician he blames for the loss of his job. (T) 11.00 FILM: Piranha (2010). Premiere. Horror remake, starring Elisabeth Shue. (T) 12.50 FILM: Red Water (2003). Horror, starring Lou Diamond Phillips. 2.35 SuperCasino. 5.00 HouseBusters. (R) (T) 5.25 Divine Designs. 5.50 County Secrets. 6.05 Hana’s Helpline.
Sunday 10th February, 2013 14.00 Non Stop Music 16.00 Shopping and Info 18.00 Celebrity Archive – with actress Zoe Lucker 18.05 The Wedding Show. 18.15 Spanish Eye – We take to the skies to fly with hawks. 18.30 Buying a Car in Spain. A guide to one of the bigger purchases you´ll make in Spain. 19.00 Let's Talk – Writer & actress Paloma del Rey. 19.30 Viva Vino. Some of the best wines Valencia has to offer. 20.00 – 22.00 Local Information and Non Stop Music
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communal pool. The complex also boasts its own gym and spa facilities which are free to residents. The complex is close to all amenities and only a short drive to the beach. 450 Euros pcm including bills. Long term contracts provided 966 772 553 (69102) PILAR DE LA HORADADA. 2 Bed 2 bath townhouse in quiet cul-de-sac location. South facing, modern, comfortable furnishings, English TV, communal pool, short walk to town 425Euros pcm including bills. Long term contracts provided 966 772 553 (69103) LOS MONTESINOS Well presented 2 bed 1 bath ground floor apartment. Easy maintenance tiled garden with space for car. Separate kitchen with utility room off. UKTV, air-con, communal pool, 375Euros per calendar month including bills. Call us on 966 772 553 (69104) Torrevieja central. 2 Bed, 2 Bath. Overlooking pool 3rd floor, privet underground parking. 350 Euros Monthly Call 603 301 304 (69099) Long term let, 2 bedroom apartment, new A/C, Eng TV. South facing, quiet urb. 450‚Ç¨ inc. Tel 965319124 (69093) Double bed studio apartment in Estrella de Mar opposite Novo Cartago. 200 per calender month plus bills 660 285 477 (69027) We Need Your Help! Rental Properties Urgently Required, All Areas, Clients Waiting, Please Call 663 804 325 (96310)
Property for Sale This brand new 3 Bedroom, 2 bathroom Penthouse apartment is within walking distance to the lovely town of San Miguel de las Salinas. It has a private solarium with fantastic views. Communal pool area. Call 968 971 860. (91777) Key Ready 2 Bedroom, 1 bathroom apartment situated in the busy town of Los Montesinos and is within easy access of the many amenities.With lovely views across the Salt Lakes and the sea. These properties have been reduced considerably and are priced to sell at 82,950 euros Call 968 971 860 (91778) Semi - Detached Townhouse in the sought after Amapolas 1V development. Fully furnished, air con and the property is only a 1000 metre walk from the beach and of La Zenia’s amenitiies. This is a perfect house for holiday home and has great rental potential. 118,950 euros Please call 968 971 860. (91767) This 2 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom Quad House is situated in La Zenia, only walking distance to the beach and all of the many local amenities. 118,500 euros Call 968 971 860 (91788)
2 bed, 2 bath townhouse, furnished with air con. In the much sought after Zenia Golf II, which is within walking distance to all of La Zenia amenities and a short walk to the beach.149,950 euros For further information on this property please call 968 971 860. (91768) 3 Bed ,2 bath semi-detached townhouse in the heart of La Zenia. Only 1000 metres to the beach. Fully furnished with air con. Within immediate walking distance to the many amenities offered in La Zenia. These properties are much sought after and offer excellent rental potential 179,950 euros Call 968 971 860 (91773) 2 / 3 Bed Townhouse in the centre of la Zenia, close to the amenities and a short walk to the beach. Fully furnished with air con. Excellent rental potential due to its location.184,950 euros Please call 968 971 860 (91774) Brand new 2 Bed, 1 Bath first floor apartment is situated in San Miguel de las Salinas. Within walking distance to the town and has fantastic views.These properties are priced to sell 82,500 euros for more information contact 968 971 860 (91776) 2 Bedroom, 1 bathroom Marbella Bungalow, situated in the San Jose development in Cabo Roig. Excellent links to the n332, the AP7 motorway and close to all amenities. The property is furnished, alarmed and includes Air/Con and Sat TV. 95,500 euros. Call 968 971 860 or 667 592 467. (91819) Two Bedroom, one bathroom duplex apartment with patio and off road parking. Fully furnished, SAT TV and air con throughout. The property is within walking distance to all amenities and the beach. 114,950 euros Call 968 971 860 for more information (91820) 4 bed, 4 bath (2 en-suite) fully renovated Finca set on a plot of 22,000m2 with 200m2 living space. Fully furnished with air con throughout. 8 x 4 swimming pool. For more information on this outstanding property 325,000 euros please call 667 592 467. (91800) REDUCED - Beautiful south facing detached 6 bed, 4 bath villa on a 600m2 plot. In a nice, quiet location only a minute drive to the lovely Spanish town of San Miguel de las Salinas. Fully furnished to a high standard, air con throughout. Private pool with outside bar area. Reduced to 399,999 euros. Call 667 592 467 or 968 971 860 (91793) Situated in the heart of La Zenia is
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this 2 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom 2nd floor apartment, with sea views and only 1000 metres from the beach and walking distance to the many amenities. This is a great holiday home with existing rental client bookings. 84,500 euros Please call 667 592 467 (91738) This 2 Bedroom, 1 bathroom second floor apartment comes fully furnished and includes Satellite TV. With Sea views from the balcony. The property comes with existing rental clients. Situated in the heart of La Zenia and only 1000 metres to the beach. 84,500 euros Please call 667 592 467 (91756) Brand new 3 Bed, 2 Bath Penthouse Apartment in the bustling town of Los Montesinos. With magnificent panoramic views over the salt lakes. Private roof top solarium and optional underground parking .89,950 euros Call 667 592 467 for more information (91779) 2 Bed, 1 bath Marbella Bungalow in immaculate condition. Fully furnished with Air Con. The property is within walking distance to Cabo Roig Strip and the beaches.129,950 euros Call 667 592 467. (91734) KEY-READY FRONT LINE GOLF PENTOUSE APARTMENT with magnificent views of the golf course. This property is surrounded by many other top class golf courses all within a 10 minute radius. A 10,000 euro deposit plus legal fees secures this property with a guaranteed 90 per cent mortgage subject to status.112,500 euros For more information call 968 971 860. (91801) REDUCED from 92,000 Now Only 79,950 euro. 2 bedroom 1 bathroom top floor apartment with large private roof solarium good views, lovely communal pool/gardens. Great location, only 15mins walk to Cabo Roig beach and few mins to all of the amenities of Cabo Roig strip. Telephone (0034) 634 190 152. (03723) 2 Bed, 1 Bath top floor apartment. Fully furnished with a separate kitchen. Stairway to a large private roof solarium with sea views. Located in the popular Cabo Roig area with access to La Zenia which is perfect for full time living or holiday rental. Communal pool with a garden area. Close to all amenities. EUR 77,950 Tel 968 971 860 or 667 952 467 (100823) Three / Four bedroom Quad house in El Galan with lovely sea views. In a quiet location. The property comes fully furnished.124,500 euros For more
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information on this property call 968 971 860 (91826) Two Bed, one Bath ground floor apartment only 1200 metres from the beach and marina and five minutes walk to the centre of Torrevieja. This property comes furnished.55,000 euros For more information please call 968 971 860 (91829) 2 bed,1 bath Marbella bungalow. A great example of this very popular type bungalow. Fully furnished with air con. Perfect location for all amenities and just a short walk to the beach. 97,500 euros For further information on this property please call 968 971 860. (91721) 4 Bed 2 Bath detached Villa,fully furnished includes A/con and Sat T.V.On a 320m2 plot includes a lovely private pool.In a nice quiet location and walking distance to Los Alcazares and La Serena Golf. A great price viewing is highly recommended. 234,500 eur. call 968 971 860 or 667 592 467 (100829) Beautiful Villa set on a large plot in the countryside of Hondon Las Nieves.The property comes fully furnished and includes A/Con and Sat T.V.There is a beautiful pool area with a barbecue and also private bar.The local village is only two minutes away in the car for all amenities. 199,000 eur. Call 968 971 860 or 667 592 467 (100830) LA MANGA - Immaculate 2 bed, 2 bath apartment fully furnished. Close to beaches and Veneziola Golf. 2nd floor. Reduced for quick sale 125,500 Euro. Tel 626 253 569 (90187) Situated in The Dream Hills 11 area of Los Altos is this beautifully kept and maintained two bed, two bath ground floor apartment/duplex. Centrally heated, SAT TV, furnished to a very high standard. Priced to sell, viewing is a must. 84,950euros. Call 667 592 467 or 968 971 860. (91920) Three Bed and two bath and overlooking Las Ramblas and Campoamor Golf Courses, fantastic views over the bay. 75m2 balcony with stunning views, and beautiful communal pool and garden area. Within easy access of the La Fuente Commercial Centre and nearby Mercadona. 195,000 euros. Call 667 592 467 (91907) South facing three Bed, 2 Bath Quad house situated in Playa Flamenca near to all of the amenities. Open lounge area with American style kitchen. Part furnished. Lovely communal pool area. 134,000 Euro call 667 592 467 (91905)
Beautiful 3 bed, 2 bath detached villa, fully furnished to a very high standard. Brand new fitted kitchen, air con throughout and lovely private pool area.Really must be seen. Only 5kms to the heart of San Miguel Town. 164,500 euros. Call 667 592 467 (91896) Two Bed, two bath townhouse in the heart of la Zenia. Perfect location for all the amenities and lovely beaches. These are much sought after properties .Must be seen. 149,950 euros. Call 667 592 467 (91885) Situated in Los Altos is this lovely three bed, two bath Townhouse with sea views. A newly fitted kitchen and open lounge. Air con and communal Pool area 92,500 Euro. Call 667 592 467 (91882) Three bed, two bath town house in lovely quiet location but only 600 metres to La Zenia beach. Stunning views of La Zenia bay. Fully furnished with SAT TV, off road parking and communal pool. 149,950 euros. Call 667 592 467 for details. (91877) A lovely two bed, one bath Duplex apartment in the popular Entre Naranjos Golf development. This is in immaculate condition, furnished to a very good standard and priced to sell. 67,500 euros call 968 971 860. (91863) This outstanding detached property in Quesada with itâ€™s own privet pool and beautiful surroundings. On the market for 249,500 Euros with 3 Bedrooms and 3 Bath rooms is one of the best buys you will find. Tel 968 97 1860 (101566) This spacious semi detached property in Dream Hills with beautiful views is a well worth buy! Currently on the market for 107,500 Euros. 3 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms with spacious rooms and bedrooms. Great buy! Tel 968971860 (101567) This 4 Bedroom 3 Bathroom finca on 10.000 m2 plot of land is partly finished. This property is 90percent completed with 15 rooms and a huge extension. Fantastic opportunity to buy this property for investment purposes. The structured property has been complete but it requires a mall investment to finish. Tel 968971860 (101562) This classic bungalow, 2 Bedroom 2 Bathroom huge terrace and very spacious rooms and bedrooms is a BARGAIN. On the market at only 157,500Euros. Defiantly worth a viewing! Tel 968971860 (101564) This spacious ground floor apartment, 2 Bedroom 2 Bathrooms with fully fitted new kitchen is on
the market for 112,500. For more information Tel 968971860 (101565) A very spacious 3 bed 2 bath apartment in Pilar. The property boasts balconies and a fantastic solarium with sea views. This is an apartment to be viewed. In addition it has an underground car parking space with lockable storage area. 72,500 Euros CALL 968 971 860 (101557) Fabulous detached property on the market for 192,500 Euros with 3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms sea views and very spacious rooms. BARGAIN! Tel 968971860 (101558) This beautiful semi detached property with 1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom and very spacious bedrooms is on the market for 56,500 Euros! Great for a holiday home in the sun. Tel 968971860 (101559) Three bed Two bath detached villa, frontline golf property on the much sought after Las Ramblas development.Fully furnished and includes a/con throughout. A beautiful property with stunning private pool area overlooking the golf course.This has just been reduced dramatically.445,000 eur call 968 971 860 (100827) Ground floor corner apartment situated in the popular area of Pau 8 close to Villamartin golf course and Plaza. The property has 2 beds, 2 baths, master bedroom en-suite.large spacious living area with patio doors opening onto a private balcony which looks over the communal pool and gardens.lovely gated community close to all amenities. 89,950 eur call 968 971 860 / 66 592 467 (100825) Brand new magnificent 4 bed, 5 bath Detached Villa, situated in the much sought after Beach side Cabo Roig. The property is key ready, 50m2 lounge area, large private pool and stunning sea views from the roof solarium. Excellent investment opportunity because of the location and price due to the current economy. 720,000 eur call 968 971 860 / 667 592 467 (100826) A modern and spacious townhouse in the beautiful and historic village of Jacarilla. The townhouse has 3 bedrooms 2 bathrooms and a modern lounge. The villa has a bright yet spacious kitchen with plenty of storage space. To be sold unfurnished. 109,950 Euros CALL 968 971 860 (101552) A beautiful and well presented fully furnished, townhouse situated in El Chaparral. Close to all amenities and facilities. 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom with a fully equipped kitchen. The sun can be enjoyed from your very
own sun trap garden and an upstairs solarium provides and additional sun and storage area. 69,500 Euros CALL 968 971 860 (101553) A large Emerald Isle semi detached property which also has the benefit of 2 beautiful conservatories. The property boasts 2 beds and 2 baths, lounge, kitchen and an integral garage which also acts as a great storage area. There is also a large solarium area which has sea views and benefits from the morning sun. Well worth viewing. 109500 Euros. CALL 968 971 860 (101554) South facing top floor duplex 3 bedroom and 2 bathrooms. Air/con Sat TV fully furnished communal pool in gated community at the heart of La Zenia. Close to all amenities, beach, shopping center. A great example of a property of this kind. 85,950 Euros CALL 968 971 860 (101555) A 1 bedroom 1 bath lakeside semi detached house in the heart of San Luis. An opportunity to have a house in the sun which is close to all the amenities and close proximity to the famous Salt lakes which are renowned for their health benefits. This property has the potential to build 2 additional large bedrooms on the upper floor. 57,950 Euros CALL 968 971 860 (101556) This beautiful and spacious 3 bed 2 bath bungalow has recently become available. It is situated on the outskirts of Los Montesinos in a quaint Spanish village of La Herrada. Communal Pool and garden area. To be sold fully furnished. 112,500 Euros CALL 968 971 860 (101551) 2/3 bed, 2 bath townhouse. In immmaculate condition with walk-in wardrobe, A/C, Sat TV, wood burner in the lounge. Walking distance to La Fuente CC, Mercadona and to the two golf courses. EUR 105.750. Tel.. 968 971 860 or 667 592 467. (100820) 2 bed, 2 bath townhouse in the golden Zenia development. Fully furnished in lovely condition. Sat TV, internet and telephone. Walking distance to all of La Zenias amenities and the beach. Lovely communal pool. EUR 124.950. Tel 968 971 860 or 637 227 385. (100822) 3 bed, 3 bath detached townhouse, one in Amapolas 4. Key ready with fitted kitchen and preinstalled A/C. Underground parking, lovely communal pool area. In the heart of La Zenia, close to all amenities and the beach. EUR 134,500. Tel.: 968 971 860 or 667 592 467. (100811)
This beautiful 4 bedroom, 2 bath semi-detached villa is situated in a private gated community in the heart of the very popular La Zenia urbinasation. The villa has the use of a communal pool and private parking. This secure area is a 15 minute walk away from the golden sands of La Zenia and is close to all the amenities in the area including the recently opened shopping boulevard. (101537) This beautifully maintained 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom detached villa has breath taking mountain views. Situated on the outskirts of the cosmopolitan Spanish village of Bigastro, this property represents an excellent value for money investment. The property is just a short distance to local ammenities such as restaurants, bars, supermarkets, and schools. For further information, please call 96 897 1860. (101535) Beautiful 4 bed, 3 bath property located near to the prestigious Villamartin Golf Course and Plaza. Built and furnished to a very high standard. For further details, please call 96 897 1860 for further details. (101533) This beautiful Detached Bungalow has 3 spacious bedrooms and 3 spacious bathrooms. Contains central heating, acclimatisation, pool, garage and also is private gated in the urbanization near San Miguel. For further details, please call 96 897 1860 (101534) These frontline 1,2 and 3 Bedroom apartments start from 106,000 euros, finished to a very high standard with all modern appliances.Incredible views across the beautiful Mar Menor and only 30 metres from the beach.These properties are only a short walk into the heart of Los Alcazares an old style Spanish seaside town.Within minutes of several top quality golf courses.call 968 971 860 for more information of this fantastic opportunity to purchase front line!!! (100861) 3 Bed 2 Bath Detached villa on 300m2 private plot.Fully furnished with Salt lake and sea views from the large roof solarium and includes, A/Con,Sat T.V and open fire.Large private pool,in a lovely gated community and near to all amenities.185,000 euros. Call 968 971 860 or 667 592 467 (101131) This 2 bed 2 bath ground floor duplex in lovely condition , furnished,A/Con Sat T.V. On a very large corner plot and has beautiful established gardens and includes a Hot tub. This is one of the nicest apartments in the area.126,500 euros call 968 971 860 or 667 592 467 (101132)
This established Sports Bar comes fully complete with all stock,fixtures and fittings.It has a rolling Lease with Rent priced for Summer and Winter trade.It can do 140 covers inside and out and has 2 pool tables and is also a member of the local Darts League.The bar is in lovely condition and the terraces are all South facing for all day sunshine. 105,000 euros. Call 968 971 860 or 667 592 468 (101133) 3 Bed 2 Bath detached villa is key ready on its own private plot.Within walking distance of Los Montesinos town and all its amenities.These properties used to start from 215,000 euros.The interior build size is 100 m2 and most plots are around 200m2. 125,000 euros call 968 971 860 or 667 592 467 (101134) 2 Bed 1 Bath Top floor Duplex, furnished and includes Sat T.V.In a gated community and only walking distance to all amenities.In good condition and priced for a quick sale. 53,000 Euros Tel 968 971 860 (101135) 3 Bed, 2 Bath town House situated in the delightful village of Avileses, Murcia.Built to the highest specification and on a small development of only 26 houses with its own community pool and bar area. Close to a selection of top class Golf courses, San Javier airport and the beautiful Mar Menor beaches. With front Terrace, rear courtyard, front balcony and roof solarium. Lounge Diner with feature wall and separate kitchen. Main bedroom with en-suite and built in wardrobes. 109,950 euros call 968 971 860 or 667 592 467 (101137) Two bed, one bath bungalow. South-facing. The property is walking distance to the town and all its amenities. Fully furnished, sat TV, air con, in very good condition and is priced to sell. Tel 96 897 1860 for details. (101153) Two bed, one bath top floor duplex with solarium. Fully furnished, sat TV, close to all amenities. Located in a private, secure, sought after, gated community with a lovely communal pool area. South facing, priced for a quick sale. Tel.: 96 897 1860. (101155) Two bed, one bath South facing duplex in Playa Flamenca. The property comes fully furnished and has off-road parking. It is located within easy reach of all local amenities. Tel 96 897 1860 (101156) 3 bed, 2 bath spacious detached villa on a private 380 sqm plot. Furnished to a high standard and includes air con and Sat TV. It
Monday, 4th February, 2013 has a beautiful, secluded leisure area with an 8 x 4 swimming pool. Easy access to all local amenities and four championship golf courses. 185,950euros. Tel.96 897 1860. (101157) Spacious three bed, two bath townhouse on a secure, sought after front-line beach urbanisation. Fully furnished and includes air con, sat TV, and underground parking. Beautiful communal pool area and only a short walk to Cabo Roig beach and amenities. Fantastic views of the Med, La Manga, and Cabo Roig marina. Tel.: 96 897 1860. (101158) Two bed, one bath first floor apartment in La Zenia. Fully furnished, sat TV, off-road parking, and beautiful views of the communal pool and the Med. The property is in a perfect location for walking to the beach and the new La Zenia Boulevard shopping precinct. Tel 96 897 1860. (101159) Detached Villa 3 bed 2 bath on a good sized private plot.Fully furnished with A/con, sat T.V and a log burner. South facing and only a short walk to all local amenities.Sea views from the private roof solarium has use of a beautiful communal pool. 217,500 euros. Call 968 971 860 / 667 592 467 (101163) Ground-floor 2 bed 1 bath corner apartment. The property comes with all brand new furniture and white goods. Within walking distance of all the towns facilities. In a gated community with use of a communal pool. Ideal investment. Priced to sell at 52,950 euros. Call 968 971 860 / 667 592 467 (101166) Beautiful 2 bed, 1 bath terraced bungalow in Torre de La Horadada. Fully furnished to include Air Con and Sat T.V. Only a short walk to the Mediterranean and the many local amenities that this lovely town has to offer. A lovely property and must be viewed. 125,750 call 968 971 860 or 667 592 467 (101167) 3 Bed, 2 Bath Ground Floor Apartment situated in the popular Villamartin area. Furnished, including A/C Sat TV, Alarm and also an open fire. Beautiful gardens and communal pool area. Just a short walk to the very popular Villamartin Plaza and golf course. 99,950 Euro call 968 971 860 / 667 592 467 (101171) 2 Bed, 1 1/2 bath battenburg style townhouse situated in Bosque de Las Lomas, Villamartin. The property comes furnished with Sat TV. Close to all amenities and use of 2 communal pools, strategically placed between 4 Championship golf courses. Best priced Battenburg in the area. 76,750 euro. Call 968 971 860 / 667 592 467 (101172) This is a corner 2 bed, 1 bath bungalow, with front and rear gardens, and private roof solarium with sea views. Furnished, with Sat TV and open fireplace. In the beautiful Verdemar III community and has access to a lovely communal pool. Close to all amenities. 98,000 euro. Tel 968 971 860 or 667 592 467. (101475) 2 bed, 1 bath Marbella Bungalow
in the heart of Cabo Roig, close to all amenities. Fully furnished with Sat TV and Air/Con. Front garden and private solarium with a sea & pool view. 30 metres from the communal pool. This is one of the best priced bungalows in the area. NOW REDUCED TO 87,750 euros. Tel 968 971 860 or 667 592 467. (101476) Detached villa 4 bed, 3 bath, balcony and also private roof solarium with sea views. Air/Con and Sat TV, jacuzzi and furnished to a high standard. Sits on a 250 m2 plot and and a 200 m2 build. Close to all amenities, beach and Murcia Airport. A beautiful property - must be seen. 219,750 euro. call 968 971 860 or 667 592 467. (101477) Marbella style bungalow in La Zenia, 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom, on a large corner plot and in beautiful condition. Air/Con, Sat TV, Furnished, Solarium and very large garden. Communal pool. 104,500‚ euro. Tel 968 971 860 or 667 592 467 (101482) South facing Top floor Duplex, 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom. Air/Con, Sat TV, Furnished, in a gated community in the heart of La Zenia, close to all amenties and the beach. Communal pool, a great example of this kind of property. 106,500 euros. Tel 968 971 860 or 667 592 467 (101483) South facing quad house, 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom, in lovely condition. The property includes air/con, Sat TV and cental heating as well as a conservatory, garden, balcony and sea view. Access to a communal pool. Close to all amenities in the heart of Playa Flamenca. 99,950 euros. Tel 968 971 860 (101484) South west facing ground floor apartment, 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom, Sat TV, Air/Con, Furnished, garden and country views. Walking distance to all amenties in the small village of Formentera. Access to a communal pool, 56,950 euros. Tel 968 971 860 or 667 592 467 (101485) This is delightful 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom Quad house is on a quiet avenue in the heart of Dream Hills, close to all amenities. It comes fully-furnished with Air/Con and panel heaters, a conservatory/porch, side garden and solarium. It also has access to 2 communal pools. 94,950 Euros. Call 968 971 860 or 667 592 467 (101488) This 3 bedroom 2 bathroom house is between the lovely village of San Miguel de Salinas and Torremendo, in a quiet urbanisation. It has a separate kitchen and utility room and A/C as well as a garage and partly-completed underbuilt. There is a front and rear garden and a large solarium with lake and mountain views. 207,950 euros. Tel 96 897 1860 or 667 592 467 (101490) This delightful 2/3 bedroom, 1¬Ω bathroom Townhouse is end of terrace in the Pueblo Principe area between Campoamor and Blue Lagoon. Close to 3 golf courses and local amenities (a supermarket & La Fuente Commercial Centre). It is fully furnished to a high standard with Sat TV, A/C, Central Heating, open fireplace, 2 closed-in porch-
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es and is double-glazed throughout. One of the porches makes the 3rd bedroom. It has a separate kitchen and utility room and sea views from the upper porch. 89,950 euros. Call 968 971 860 or 667 592 467. (101491) Set on 2,500m2 plot this beautiful finca/villa is in El Moralet, a short drive north of Alicante, and not far from the airport and beaches. Main house consists of 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a kitchen, a large living room with fireplace, plus central heating. Also a private pool, garage, workshop etc. Plus a Guest house of 128m2 with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms. 199,500 euros. Call 96 897 1860 or 667 592 467 (101493) Lovely Finca in Sax at the foot of a mountain, just north of Alicante, 3,600m2 plot with a 145m2 build. 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, living room with conservatory, utility room, 2 terraces, A/C, well maintained garden (with fruit trees) and above ground pool, plus garage. 169,750 euros. Call 968 971 860 or 667 592 467. (101494) Stunning Finca on a 16,000m2 plot - main house of 150m2 - just north of Alicante. It has spacious rooms, including kitchen, large living room with fireplace & stove, 3 large bedrooms (1 ensuite) and large conservatory with mountain views, also A/C. Plus Guest House with 60m2 living room, kitchen, bedroom & bathroom. 2 garages, terrace & pool. 226,950 euros. Call 968 971 860 or 667 592 467. (101495) This beautiful Finca, just north of Alicante, has a separate Guest annexe and is a very well maintained property. It has 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 2 living rooms (one with fireplace), A/C and central heating, kitchen, terrace and summer kitchen, utility room, plus storeroom. There is a garage/carport, pool and gardens. 245,000 euros. Call 968 971 860 or 667 592 467. (101496) In the middle of the countryside, just north of Alicante, you’ll find this lovely Finca between Salinas & Sax - with an extra Guest House, on a plot of 2,500m2. 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, with 2 living rooms, 1
dining room, and 2 kitchens, plus a storeroom, caprport, veranda and 2.20m deep pool. There is a large vegetable garden, solar hot water and separate water supply. 200,500 euros. Call 968 971 860 or 667 592 467. (101497) Great value - just north of Alicante - On a 2,600m2 plot, there is a 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom Finca with Guest House. The main house has a spacious living room, dining room, kitchen, bathroom and 2 spacious bedrooms and the Guest House has a livng room, bedroom, bathroom and kitchen. In the landscaped grounds there is 50m2 pool, a top tennis court, alcoves and bodegas. 205,500 euros. Call 968 971 860 or 667 592 467. (101498) This lovely Finca is on a 10,200m2 plot and in the middle of an olive grove - in Sax, just north of Alicante. There are 3 bedrooms, (the master is ensuite) plus 1 other bathroom. As well as the living and dining room there is a spacious conservatory. Also central heating, plus garage, large garden, pool and storage rooms. The entrance area is paved with a gate at the entrance. 184,750 euros. Call 968 971 860 or 667 592 467. (101499) This Finca is on a plot of 10001m2 and consists of 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 terraces, a kitchen,and dining room, plus a 35m2 living room with a fireplace. The outside area includes a vegetable garden, winery and olive tree grove. This property is in Hondon de Las Nieves, just west of Alicante and is excellent value - 189,500 euros. Call 968 971 860 or 667 592 467. (101500) This top floor duplex, with 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom, is on the edge of Playa Flamenca,so is close to all amenities and the new Shopping Centre. It is fully furnished in light, bright colours and has Sat TV. It is south-west facing with a terrace. There is access to 2 communal pools and amazing sea views from the large solarium. 79,950 euros. Call 968 971 860. (101502) Dolores. Large Finca in plot of 10,000 m2. All services connected. Build Size 215m2. Must be viewed. 195,000 euros. Tel 649 189 930 (65297)
This detatched villa is on a 400m2 plot and the house itself is 275m2. It is in the heart of Blue Lagoon and all its amenities, including an International school are within walking distance. It has 4 bedrooms (3 double 1 single), 2 bathrooms, (2 beds and 1 bath in the self-contained unit, along with a living and dining area, on the top floor). There has a closed in conservatory, C/H, Sat TV, two terraces, an above ground pool, garage, underbuild and utility room. Stunning sea views. 195,000 euros. call 667 592 467 or 968 971 860. (101503) This stunning detached villa has 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms (the master bedroom is ensuite with a dressing room area) and is on a 900m2 plot in Torreta Florida, close to all amenities and 20 minutes walk to the beach. It is beautifully furnished, with well maintained grounds with fruit trees, a 8 x 4m pool, shower, BBQ area, summer kitchen, garage, conservatory and porch. Double glazed, alarms, electronic gates, A/C, C/H, granite worktops in kitchen, shed and other outbuildings. 379,950 euros. This property must be seen. Call 968 971860 or 667 592 467 (101504) On the edge of Torremendo village, this lovely Mews Townhouse is in a small gated-community, based around a central courtyard with communal pool. It has 3 beds (1 ensuite), 2.5 baths in total and an underbuild that could be converted into a 4th bedroom, underground parking space. Stunning lake/rural views from the large solarium, 2 smaller balconies, A/C, Sat TV, semi-furnished. 5 mins drive to San Miguel de Salinas/ Montesinos/ motorway access & 10 mins to any of 5 golf courses/15 mins to beach. 89,995 euros. Call 667 592 467 or 96 897 1860. (101507) This end of terrace 2 storey semidetatched house is the heart of La Zenia on a lovely gated community with a well maintained pool area. It has 2 beds, 1.5 baths, a kitchen with utility room and a balcony off one of the bedrooms. It has a small front and side garden and an allocated car parking space. It will be sold semi-furnished. This property would make an excellent rental investment. 125,000 euros. Call 667 592 467 or 968 971 860 (101508) This traditional bungalow is on a quiet lane in the Montezenia area of La Zenia and has 4 double bedrooms, a bathroom, a small, rustic kitchen, living room, a south facing terrace (with stor-
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age) and a solarium with sea views. There would be room for a pool in the large area at the front of the property. Low community fees. 182,975 euros. Call 968 971 860 (101510) This charming Marbella Bungalow is in Playa Golf, so is close to amenities and set between the golf courses at Campoamor and the beach. It has access to a really lovely communal pool. It has Sat TV. A/C, lots of additional storage, off-road parking, a front and side garden, a terrace and a solarium with sea views. 92,500 euros. Call 968 971 860 (101512) This south facing detatched Villa is in a quiet community between the traditional Spanish villages of San Miguel de Salinas and Torremendo. It has a private pool and garage, alarm system, an open fire place in the lounge, 3 bedrooms (the master is ensuite), 2 bathrooms in total, panel radiators in all rooms, 2 terraces plus a roof Solarium with lovely lake views. 179,950 euros. Call 667 592 467 or 968 971 860. (101513) This beautiful detached property with 4 Bedrooms and 3 Bathrooms, currently on the market for 172,500Euros with a complete under build. This property is defiantly worth a viewing. Tel 968971860 (101563) This is a lovely ground floor apartment on a large corner plot with covered jacuzzi and BBQ area in the easy maintenance S/W facing garden. 2 bed, 1 bath, utility room, closed-in conservatory/ dining room, on a large, modern complex with communal pool and extensive gardens, security entrance, 10 minutes walk to La Mata beach & close to local amenities. 5 minutes drive from Torrevieja, Sat TV, A/C, furnished. 117,500 euros. Call 968 971 860/667 592 467 (101518) This luxury detatched villa overlooks the Quesada Golf Course so has truly stunning views. It has 4 beds, 3 bathrooms (including a separate guest suite with private terrace in its own turret), several lounge/dining areas, all off a central hallway, spacious kitchen with utility room, plus a closed-in conservatory, porch and several terraces. Jacuzzi and private 8 x 5 m pool. Furnished to a very high standard with many extras and is a Must See property. 465,000 euros. Call 96 897 1860/667 592 467. (101519) This top floor Duplex apartment in the heart of Playa Flamenca is close to all amenities and the new Commercial Centre. It has 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, A/C, Sat TV and an open kitchen and is being
Monday, 4th February, 2013 sold furnished. There is a large solarium with sea views, a shaded terrace and front garden. Access to a communal pool. 116,950 euro. Call 96 897 1860 or 667 592 467 (101524) This lovely Townhouse has 3 bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms and access to a communal pool. It has a large front patio/terrace and roof solarium. It will be sold furnished and has A/C, Sat TV and lots of storage. It is 5 minutes walk to local amenities, is on a bus route and 10 minutes walk to Santiago De Ribera beach and the Mar Menor. Close to San Javier airport. 125,950. euros. Call 968 971 860 or 667 592 467 (101525) This first floor apartment is in Aguamarina, close to Cabo Roig beach and all the local amenities, restaurants and bars, with use of communal pool, plus balcony and storage, plus remote access. Sat TV, furnished. 89,750 euros. Tel 667 592 467 or 968 971 860. (101527) Lovely 2 bed, 2 bath ground floor corner apartment in the heart of Los Dolses.With air con throughout, in immaculate condition and overlooks the stunning pool area. Walking distance to all amenities and the beach. 114,950 euros For more information please call 968 971 860 (91842) Situated in Punta Prima this 3 Bedroom, 2 bathroom Penthouse apartment with sea views. This is in prime location for all amenities and is a short walk to the beach. This very large apartment is in excellent condition and must be seen. 149,950 Euros Call 968 971 860 (91845) 3 bed, 2 Bath detached villa furnished to a very high standard. Over 200m2 with plenty of room for a pool. This immaculate property comes with Air/Con, Sat TV and alarm system. Only 3kms to the Spanish town of San Miguel de Salinas. RECENTLY REDUCED TO 142,500 euros. For more information on this lovely property call 968 971 860. (91846) 2 Bed, 1 1/2 Bath South facing Townhouse. Fully furnished with air con, Wi-fi and SAT TV. Situated in Cabo Roig close to the many amenities and beaches. Recently reduced TO 94,950 euros. Call 968 971 860 for more information (91848) 2 bed, 1 bath Apartment/Duplex situated in the established El Chapparal area of Torrevieja. In excellent condition and is excellent value for money priced to sell at 51,950 euros. Glass curtains on the balcony make an extra room. Call 968 971 860 OR 667 592 467 (91849) 2 Bed, 1 bath Apartment/ Duplex situated in La Zenia. Fully furnished and only a short walk to all of the amenities and beaches.In a much sought after development and this property is in excellent condition. Must be seen. 125,000 euros call 968 971 860 (91854) 2 Bed, 2 Bath Top Floor Duplex/Apartment Situated in the Dream Hills 2 area of Los Altos. Fully furnished. Large solarium with lovely sea views. Short walk to all of the amenities.
110,000 euros call 667 592 467 (91922) Superb 3 Bed, 2 bath semidetached house situated in Playa Flamenca.Furnished to a very high standard, private pool and Hot Tub. Air con throughout, Alarm and SAT TV. This is a lovely house and must be viewed. 191,750 euros Call 667 592 467 (91923) 2 Bed, 2 bath Penthouse Duplex on a corner plot situated in the Dream Hills 2 development. Close to all amenities, furnished to a very good standard, fantastic views from then larger than average roof top solarium and also overlooks the communal pool area. Air-con and SAT TV included. This lovely property is priced to sell. 99,750 Euros Tel 968 971 860 (91928) South facing 2/3 Bed, 2 bath semi detached property is in excellent condition. Fully furnished, Sat TV, off-road parking and nice garden area. Private solarium with views overlooking the beautiful natural countryside. Walking distance to the local amenities. Fantastic price of 94,950 euros. Call 667 592 467 or 968 971 860 (91938) This 2 Bedroom 2 Bathroom Townhouse has been totally renovated throughout to a very high. standard. It is South West facing and also overlooks one of the communal swimming pools.The property is alarmed has A/Con and Sat T.V., it is also fully furnished once again to a high standard. This will be one of the best examples you can find of this type of property.eur 79,950 call 968 971 860 (100860) 3 bed 2 bath detached villa on a nice sized plot and comes with a private pool.The property is in lovely condition and is furnished to a very high standard.It includes A/Con throughout,Sat T.V and internet. Beautiful views of the sea from the private solarium and overlooks a park and orange groves. 232,500 euro call 968 971 860 or 667 592 467. (101128) Stunning 3bed, 3bath villa, close to Albatera and its amenities. 2 of the large double bedrooms have fitted wardrobes and the master bedroom is en-suite. It¬¥s on a plot of 1,300 sq metres and is surrounded by pomegranate trees. Only 5 min drive to E15 motorway. Alicante/Murcia/beach are 15/20 minutes drive away. The well maintained villa is 130m2 and fully legal with the “Certificate of Habitacion”. Call 968 971 860 or 667 592 467. NOW REDUCED to 210,000 euros. (101127) 3 bed 2 Bath property in immaculate condition, furnished to a very high standard. Walking distance to the new La Zenia shopping centre and all the local amenities. Overlooks the communal pool with lovely sea views from the balcony and roof solarium.A/Con throughout and Sat T.V. 139,500 euros call 968 971 860 or 667 592 467 (101124) 2 bed 2 bath Quad comes fully furnished and includes A/Con and Sat T.V plus off road parking. In excellent condition and only a short walk to all amenities.Use of a communal pool and in a nice
www.yourlocalnewspaper.info quiet location. 106,000 euro call 968 971 860 or 667 592 467 (101122) Penthouse apartment based in the heart of Cabo Roig and comes fully furnished,inc A/Cond,Sat T.V .South facing. Beautiful sea views from the 65m2 roof solarium and balconies. Walking distance to all amenities and the beach. 102,500 euro. Call 968 971 860 or 667 592 467 (101121) Penthouse apartment . South facing and comes fully furnished. Walking distance to the beach and all local amenities. Only a short walk into Torrevieja and the Marina. In a gated community and use of a communal pool. For a quick sale 67,250 Euros. Tel 968 971 860 (101141) Detached villa within walking distance to shops, banks, bars, restaurants, and local amenities. 10 minutes by foot to beautiful sandy beaches.Well maintained with 4 beds and 2 baths. 200m2 plot. 125m build. Private garden, garage, and 2 communal pools. Priced to sell quickly. Call 96 897 1860 for more information. (101098) 3 Bed 2 Bath detached bungalow type villa on a 450m2 plot and has a lovely private pool area.3 double bedrooms, family bathroom and walk in shower room.Fully furnished and includes A/C and Sat .located just outside Pilar Town and only 2 mins from Lo Romero Golf course,beautiful views of the Mar Menor from the private roof solarium. Reduced to 174,500 euro call 968 971 860 or 667 592 467 (100892) 2 Bed 1 Bath Penthouse apartment right in the heart of Cabo Roig and beachside of the N332. Furnished and includes A/C and Sat T.V. plus underground parking.It has incredible pool and sea views from its balcony,and you are only a short walk to the beach and all of Cabo Roigs facilities.euro 139,950 call 968 971 860 or 667 592 467. (100887) 2 bed 1 Bath ground floor apartment. Furnished and includes A/C and Sat T.V walking distance to all amenities and 15 mins to the beach.Off road parking and use of a communal pool. 95,000 euro Call 968 971 860 or 667 592 467 (100884) NOW REDUCED -2 bed 2 bath South facing quad. Fully furnished and includes A/C and Sat T.V. In lovely condition. Off road parking and use of a beautiful communal pool. Only a short walk to all amenities. Must be seen. NOW REDUCED TO 105,000 euros. Call 968 971 860 or 667 592 467 (100885) 3 Bed 2 Bath townhouse. Fully furnished. A/C throughout plus Sat T.V and underground parking. Within walking distance of all amenities and use of a communal pool and gardens. Ideal for permanent living or a holiday home. 109,500 euro call 667 592 467 or 968 971 860 (100880) 2 bed 1 Bath ground floor apartment in Los Altos.Fully furnished and includes Sat T.V and ducted A/C and also a double glazed front seating area overlooking the garden.Only a short walk to all
amenities and the beach. This is priced to sell. 68,950 eur Call 968 971 860 or 667 592 467 (100877) 2 Bed 1 Bath first floor apartment is South facing and overlooks the pool and has sea views from the balcony. Fully furnished with A/Con and Sat T.V. Underground parking. In the heart of Cabo Roig and is only walking distance to the beach. 99,750 euros call 667 592 467 or 968 971 860 (101123) Beautiful Quad-Villa with 2 beds and 2 baths. Furnished to a very high standard with A/C, alarm and Sat TV. In a lovely gated community. Lovely sea views from the solarium, and is walking distance to all amenities. fantastic communal pool area, this is a great example of this sort of property. REDUCED TO 115,000 EUR. Tel 968 971 860 (100865) 2 Bedroom quad villa in Lomas de Cabo Roig just 5 mins walk to the shop and about 5 mins drive to the beach this has been a lovely home but need to sell now it only 89,999 euros call Carl on 672 875 251 (96292) 3 bed 2 bath detached villa is fully furnished and comes with its own private swimming pool. Property has an underbuild which has been legally renovated to create a separate 1 bed, 1 bath, 1 kitchen apartment with its own private entrance. The newly renovated underbuild is included in the deeds. The property is in walking distance to all local amenities. 167,500 euros call 968 971 860. (100856) Situated in Torremendo, San Miguel de las Salinas is this lovely 4 bed, 3 bath detached Villa with private pool and beautiful views to the countryside. Open fireplace, and Air Con with also all white goods. On 290m2 plot with off road parking only 4.5kms from San miguel and 2kms from Torremendo.Just reduced eur 162,500 eur. Call 667 592 467 (100853) 2 bed 1 bath Quad house.South West facing and comes part furnished and includes A/Con.In a lovely gated community and has use of a beautiful communal pool.On a good size plot and has a very large roof solarium. Only a short walk to all amenities.eur 98,750 call 667 592 467 (100854) Beautiful ground floor apartment. Front Line beach in La Zenia. In a gated and secure complex with incredible views across La Zenia bay you literally walk off your terrace and on to the beach.Fully furnished to a high standard this is a unique property because of its proximity to the beach.This is a property that has to be seen.eur 259,750 call 968 971 860. (100855) 3 bed 2 bath Penthouse in the very popular Molino Blanco Development, fully furnished and also Sat T.V and A/Con. Overlooks the park area and has lovely sea views from the balcony and roof solarium.Only a 1000 metres from La Zenia beach and has access to all of the local amenities.eur 99,750 call 968 971 860 (100852)
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This is a 3 or 4 bed, 2 bath quad bungalow. Fully furnished and includes A/con, central heating and Sat T.V. Lovely sea views from its roof solarium, on which there is a shed, plus closed-in conservatory with an additional bedroom & shower room, so would make perfect guest accommodation. The 4th bedroom/ study has its own entrance. The property is only a short walk to all amenities. It also has use of a lovely communal pool. Reduced to sell 99,000 euro. Call 968 971 860/667 592 467. (100846) 2 bed 1/1/2 bath townhouse. South facing and is in the gated community of Colinas De La Zenia.It has A/con,Sat T.V and comes fully furnished.The property overlooks the communal pool area, sea views from the main bedroom balcony.Only a short walk to all amenities and the beach.eur 103,950 call 968 971 860. (100844) 3 bed 2 Bath detached villa. South facing in lovely condition. A/con throughout and comes fully furnished to a high standard.The property overlooks a beautiful communal pool and has views across the countryside and to the sea.It is only a short drive to San Miguel and Villamartin.eur 239,950 call 968 971 860 or 667 592 467. (100843) 3/4 bedroom, 2 bathroom quad villa on a corner plot, part furnished. In very good order and in a gated community with a lovely pool area. Potential to create 4th bedroom on covered in Solarium.
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Walking distance to all amenities in Playa Flamenca. 89,000 euros. Call 968 971 860 or 667 592 467 (100848) 2 Bed 2 Bath top floor duplex, furnished to a high standard and includes A/Con and Sat T.V. South facing and has a large private roof solarium,the large balcony is fully double glazed which makes a lovely sitting area. Use of 2 communal swimming pools. 92,750 eur Call 968 971 860 or 667 592 467 (100840) Detached Villa on a 900m2 plot with lovely established garden and private pool area. Furnished to a high standard and to include air con and SAT TV. In a quiet location but only a short distance to all amenities. 232,500 euros call 667 592 467 (92306) 3 Bed, 3 bath Townhouse situated in Las Chismosas, in Playa Flamenca. Fully furnished and includes Air/Con and Sat TV. In lovely condition and only a short distance to all amenities. Three terraces and a communal pool. Tel 968 971 860 (92307) 3 Bed, 2 bath semi detached house, south facing for all year round sunshine. Partly furnished with SAT TV, short walk to many amenities. Two lovely communal pool areas. A lovely house and viewing is recommended. reduced to 107,500 euros call 667 592 467 (92308) Beautifully presented 2 bed ground floor bungalow. Property consists of Lounge/Diner, good sized kitchen with storage area, Master bedroom with fitted wardrobes,
Monday, 4th February, 2013 twin bedroom with fitted wardrobes and family bathroom. Good sized garden and communal pool. This property is located just a short stroll to Villamartin Plaza and is ideal for full time living and holidays 80,000 euros Tel 966 772 553 (92320) Lovely 3 bed, 2 bath detached villa situated on one level, with private pool, between San Miguel de Salinas and Torremendo. Fully furnished with all white goods and electricals. Ceiling fans in all rooms, Sat TV and Internet. Beautiful views across the salt lakes to Torrevieja and the Mediterranean, 5kms from San Miguel. With garage and covered drive. Now Reduced to 175,000 Euros. Call 667 592 467. (92331) 2 bed, 2 bath Quad house situated in the very popular area of Torre de la Horadada. Open lounge, Air/Con and Sat TV and within walking distance to the many amenities and the beautiful beach and Marina. Communal pool area and views to the sea. 144,950 euros. Call 667 592 467 (92332) South facing Marbella style quad bungalow on one level, easy maintenance, low community fees, perfect for full-time living and very good location for a holiday home 2/3 bed 2 bath air conditioned, off road parking large beautiful communal pool and garden nice communtiy, low fees, close to all of the amenities of Cabo Roig, perfect location for holidays or full-time living only 15 mins walk to Cabo Roig
beach. REDUCED to 99,000 euros. Call 667 592 467 (92613) Beautiful Detached Villa has 3 beds and 2 baths. South facing with air con SAT TV and a full central heating system. On a 400m2 plot with a beautiful 10 x 5 private pool with a fantastic waterfall.Lovely private roof solarium with views across la Zenia bay,this property should be seen. 259,750 euros call 667 592 467 (92615) South facing 2 bed, 1 bath Marbella Bungalow.In fantastic condition and furnished to a very high standard. Includes A/con and Sat TV.Private roof solarium with sea views, off road parking and plenty of garden space,also within walking distance of all amenities. Reduced to 98,000 euros call 667 592 467 / 968 971 860 (92673) Lovely 2 bed, 1 1/2 bathroom Townhouse situated in La Florida. South facing with front and rear balconies for all year round sunshine,also has front and rear garden areas. Two communal pool areas and only a short walk to the popular Emerald Isle complex. 74,950 euros. Call 667 592 467 (92674) 2 bed 1 bath Battenburg style townhouse in the popular Cabo Roig area.Furnished with A/con and Sat T.V. and the rear courtyard has been converted into an extended kitchen.Use of four communal pools and walking distance to all amenities and the beach JUST REDUCED 87,500 euros call 667 592 467 (92675)
www.yourlocalnewspaper.info Lovely 2 bed 2 bath modern ground floor apartment in Punta Prima. Fully furnished and includes Sat T.V and A/con throughout. Within walking distance of all amenities and also the beach. This is a must see. 109,750 euros call 667 592 467 (92676) Two/ Three bed, one bath apartment located in the heart of La Zenia, close to the shops, bars, supermarkets and the beautiful beaches. The apartment comes fully furnished with SAT T.V. Communal Pool area. This property offers excellent rental potential due to its location. 109,950 euros call 667 592 467 (92677) A stunning quad villa in playa golf property with 2 bedrooms 1.5 bathroom and large garden just a short walk from bars and the bus and only a 5 mins drive to the beach 115,000 euros contact Ian on 644 115 988 (96290) Ground floor bungalow over looking community garden and just a short walk from the supermarket carrefour in Torrevieja this is a lovely property with a nice size garden Ideal for you if you are looking to be close to all amenties was 99,000 euros now 75,000 euros call me James on 644 138 502 (96293) Refurbished top floor bungalow with private garden and private solarium in the Verdemars with sea view and golf views also we have refurbished to a high standard there is a lovely stream just a few mins walk away and the communtiy is a nice and clean
with 2 communal pool now 124,999 euros call today paul on 634 043 697 (96294) Ground Floor 2 Bedroom, 1 bathroom Apartment. Fully Furnished and Includes Air Con and SAT TV. It has off-road parking and overlooks the Marquesa Golf Course literally front-line views. The property is in lovely condition. 69,950 euros call 667 592 467 (96311) Two Bedroom, two bathroom Attached Bungalow situated in La Florida. South facing with views to the sea from two double glazed conservatories and also the solarium. Fully furnished SAT TV and close to all amenities. It is also only walking distance to the popular Emerald Isle complex. 106,950 euros call 667 592 467 (96314) 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, detached bungalow. Fully furnished, Sat Tv, A/C and central heating. The property is on a good size plot, with a private roof solarium, off road parking, also includes a hot tub. It has sea views and is walking distance to Flamenca Beach and all itâ€™s amenities. EUR 160000. Call 667 592 467 or 968 971 860. (96318) 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, south facing detached villa. Furnished to high standard with A/C, Sat TV. The property has a beautiful private pool area with all day sunshine. Located in the heart of Playa Flamenca and has access to all ameminities. EUR 264,950. Call 667 592 467 or 968 971 860. (96319)
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Monday, 4th February, 2013 ADVERTISING HOTLINE 966 73 0057 LEADER HAPPY DAYS LA SIESTA GOLF SOCIETY CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP GOLF SOCIETY We had a low turnout (for us) of 22 players at Roda, due to half a doz going to or still in U.K., the weather was fantastic, sunny and warm, and although the course was not as "pretty" as usual, it was in very good condition, we had some very good scores on the back 9, (we started on the 10th) followed by some poor scores on the front 9. Only one player managed to master the course and that was Nigel "Slimline" Cawther, with a very fine 37pts, (another cut Nigel). Six points ahead of second place. Results as follows. 1st. Nigel Cawthra, 37pts. 2nd Dave Butler 31 pts. 3rd Peter Curley 31pts 4th Kevin Wenn 30 pts. Best front 9, (joint winners) Fred Noakes and Tony Wilson with 21pts, best back Andy Shuttle 15pts. Nearest pins, 2nd Kevin Wenn, 7th,Mike Newton, 13th,Dee Mc Grath, Chris Blown would have won the 11th, but as he wasn’t playing he didn’t. Our Captain, (Kedric Rhodes) has chosen t o support the charity helping the needy, he held a raffle. (voucher for two at Roda) this was won by Kevin Barratt. Due to refurbishment we were unable to return to Marinasol Restaurant for our presentations,(it will be even better when It reopens.) We were very well looked after by Roda's staff, thanks to them all, we will soon be back. Next game is at Saurines on 12th Feb., payments at Marinasol bar/restaurant on 11th Feb (Mon) 5-6 pm, see you there lads and lassies. Robin (the scribe) Adams.
26 JANUARY 2013 - Two days earlier the course at Campoamor had to be closed when a Force 9 wind ripped through, causing quite a bit of damage to the trees and endangering the golfers. Luckily by the Saturday the wind had abated somewhat so we were able to stage this annual event. During the week we held our AGM when Pam Howard, our Lady Captain, stepped down and handed over the reins to Ray Scott. George Rawlings becomes Vice Captain. Pam has worked very hard for us in 2012 and she will be sorely missed in that role. She’s clearly demob-happy (see the results below) and looking forward to getting married to Martin next month in Las Vegas. We wish them both every happiness. 30 golfers set out and some soon began to clamour for our Pro, Joe Dean’s head, in the belief that he was responsible for the “ridiculous tee and pin positions” and turning the 18th into an absolute card-killer. It wasn’t until the evening that our brand new and illustrious Captain, Ray Scott, revealed that he had planned and arranged it all. Boy! What a year we’re all going to have! The results: 1st Ray Scott 33 points, 2nd Colin Layton 33 points (courtesy of Joe Dean, some say!), 3rd Alex
Stottor 33 points Longest Drive – Men (2nd) Andrew James Longest Drive – Ladies (18th) Pam Howard Nearest the Pin – Men (6th) Ben Hines Nearest the Pin – Ladies (15th) Pam Howard Our photograph shows the winners in the company of our President, Mike O’Regan, and George Rawlings, Vice Captain. Pam Howard kindly organised the stylish glassware prizes. In the evening we held a formal dinner/dance in the Clubhouse which gave everyone the chance to dress up in their finery. Nearly 70 members and guests enjoyed a superb meal laid on by the management and staff and presented in their usual pleasant and friendly fashion. Dancing was to the music of our old friend Jackie White which took us well past midnight. La Siesta has been based at Campoamor GC for the last 22 years. We are a society with a strong social side and are lucky enough to play every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday on a very good, but not exactly easy, course to a high standard with very pleasant people. Why not contact our Captain, Ray, on 646 416 182 if you wish to know more or would, maybe, like to join us for a game.
THE CELTS GOLF CLUB A warm welcome back to all our members this was our first tournament of 2013 at La Serena Golf our new home base for the coming year. With 42 members and guests registered for the day we looked forward to some competitive golf and good scores. I don’t know what has happened to the weather but we had gale force winds on the day which made the course extremely difficult. The day was cold to begin with but as is the case here on the Costa it was not long before we were enjoying 20 degrees and bright sunshine, but I wish somebody had remembered to turn off the fans. The golf course was in excellent condition and the greens, although firm were very true and constant. We would like to thank Bruno and Raquel and the staff at La Serena for their assistance in ensuring that we had a very pleasurable day out. What a pleasant change to have such accommodating and professional staff catering for your needs. With so many members we decided to have two member’s categories and a visitors section the results were as follows; in the members section, Valencia registered member’s prize, Dave Kirk 31 points. Visitors Tony Prew with 31 points. Category II second was Luis Galindo with 33 points and the winner of the category Mr consistent John Coholan with 33 points. In Category I second place went to Tom Halpin with 34 points and the best score of the day went to Alan Woods with 36 points. The gross was won by our president John O’Brien with 26 points. The nearest the pin prizes went to Wayne Williams hole 3 Hep Kinnear hole 9. Hole 9 nearest the pin went to our much improving vice captain Julian Lopez. Kaye Chandler hole 15 and Alan Woods hole 17. The longest drive went to John O’Brien on hole 18. We decided to have a novel prize for the person who worked the hardest for the least points and this went to Daniel Cebrian, we will guard your score with the greatest of discretion. Also we recognised our senior member Dermot Carroll with a presentation of a lemon for our elder lemon. Both Dermot and Daniel received their prizes with the grace that the occasion deserved. Unfortunately we had two or three late cancellations, as you can imagine it takes a lot to organise and at least two days notice that you are not able to play would be helpful as we had to reorganise the first tee times on the day. Please advise John O’Brien if you are not able to play. We welcome to the club our new members and I hope you had a good day. I was especially delighted with the arrival of two new female members; maybe all the pleading for ladies of the area to join might be paying off. We really welcome ladies and all to our club. Can I remind members that membership is now due for renewal. For further details contact 662422605 or e-mail email@example.com.
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‘Mike Probert talks Golf
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EUROGOLF SOCIETY AT LA MARQUESA
Sponsored by Costa Blanca Green Fee Services. Here on the Costa’s golf is one of the biggest leisure time activities for both tourists and resident alike and with this in mind we have secured the services of Mike Probert of Costa Blanca Green Fee Services to provide a weekly round up of local golfing events and topics and in conjunction with us at THE LEADER will provide discounted golf prices to all of our readers and run our golf competitions. Hole by Hole Virtual Course Guide to Murcia We have all played most of the courses in the region of Murcia and below is virtual golf course consisting of what I consider to be the best holes from all of these courses Hole 1 La Serena, Par 5 (494 metres or 543 yards). Difficult narrow opening hole which is flanked to the left by out of bounds and to the right with water the length of the hole which is well bunkered in the ‘lay up’ area. Hole 2 Roda Golf, Par 3 (176 metres or 194 yards). This is a long ‘short’ hole to a narrow green protected by bunkers front and right and by a hollow to the rear. Hole 3 Mar Menor, Par 4 (399 metres or 439 yards). An ‘understated’ golf hole which dog legs around a lake leaving a long iron shot to a green Today’s game was a team game i.e. a 2 Ball the round. The Captain forgot to shout ‘four’ TOFF’s Results Tuesday 29 January 2013 lying at an angle making the target landing area even smaller. Better Ball at our home course of La at the time but apparently his next shot the Overall Winner – Roy Lowe.` Hole 4 Mosa Trajectum - Stone, Par 4 (393 metres or 431 yards). Difficult Marquesa on Thursday 31 January 2013. 64 green was a cracker (after hitting several trees Gold Division: 1st Roy Lowe 37 points c/b, driving hole to a narrow ‘hogged-backed’ fairway followed by a long iron members took part in this competition on what on the way). (Watch out Phyllis, he aimed for 2nd John Barraclough 37 points, 3rd Tony shot over water to a narrow green lying at an angle to the 2nd shot. would be considered a lovely summer’s day in you). Hole 5 Mosa Trajectum – Stone, Par 5 (483 metres or 531 yards). A long Stead 32 points the UK. It seemed to be a day of blame your Well done to Cindi and Stan who outclassed Silver: 1st Ian Turner 36 points, 2nd Tony straight narrow hole with a roman wall and out of bounds to the right and partner as several people were heard to tell the rest of the field with a magnificent 52 hillocks with numerous cacti and rocks to the left of the hole and in front Stanley 36 points, 3rd Debbie Weedon 35 how well they played but their partner was points. of the raised green. points cr***. Well they always are. It is never the The team results are as follows: 1st Stan Low Hole 6 La Manga – South, Par 5 (515 metres or 567 yards). It will require Bronze: 1st Beverley Fairhurst 37 points, 2nd players fault is it? & Cindi Green 52 points, 2nd Keith Wright & all of your power to reach the green in two BUT you will need to plot Colin Hobden 36 points, 3rd Ann Duff 36 your way down the hole carefully past the well positioned water hazards. I am lead to believe that our Captain had a bit John Jones 43points (c/b), 3rd John points Hole 7 Roda Golf, Par 3 (151 metres or 166 yards) of faux pa on the 16th tee when his drive nar- Barraclough & Sandy Holland 43 points This hole usually plays ‘long’ for the higher handicapper to an ‘island’ rowly missed his wife, fortunately the acting Nearest the Pins: 5th Roy Lowe, 11th Liz Nearest the Pins: 5th David Lewis green almost totally surrounded by water. 15th Roy Lowe, 11th Julian Frutos 17th Match Secretary pulled her out of the way and Menzies, 15th Roy Lowe, 17th Nico Baken Hole 8 Peraleja, Par 4 (341 metres or 375 yards). Not the longest of holes now has the imprint of a Titleist 4 on his arm, Football Winners: Vince Tocker, Pino Perito, Terry Sayers Best Front Nine Sandy Holland but it winds its way uphill to a large but well protected raised green and I impeding his game considerably for the rest of Mike Young and Ian Turner 23. Best Back Nine Gina Ashworth 20 find it appealing on the eye. Hole 9 La Torre, Par 3 (131 metres or 144 yards). With Hole 18 Lo Romero, Par 4 (356 metres or 392 yards). water lapping almost to the edge of the green, take on This just had to be my finishing hole being a long par Tuesday 29th January 2013 Medal ible score of 48! was Martin Rickman, playing for the the flag at your peril on this hole or bail out short and 4 from an elevated tee and requiring a mid to long iron Another nice January day for a good game of golf be it left and take disaster out of the hole. for most golfers to the ‘island’ green which will put last time off 10. Ray told us that Martin’s Stableford a “Kennyless” one as Kenny R is off to Australia for a Hole 10 El Valle, Par 4 (309 metres or 340 yards). you in mind of the famous 17th hole at Sawgrass in the couple of weeks. Frank told me that Kenny last score was 43 so after last week’s hole-in-one today he Similar to the 8th hole this pleasant hole winds up a USA. Saturday landed in the UK in pouring rain, so he valley to a raised green lying at an angle to the 2nd We at THE LEADER are committed to providing to should have stayed in sunny Spain then. Anyway with is in for a major cut. Well done anyway, Martin! our golfing readers affordable golf without the need to shot. 14 players we went out on time in 2 fours and 2 threes Next Tuesday’s competition 5th February at El Plantio join a club or apply for a card but simply contact the Hole 11 La Torre,Par 3 (170 metres or 187 yards) to compete for the monthly Medal. Again this hole has water right up to the apron on the number below to have instant access to discounted My luck to start at the 4th – and finish on the 3rd – in will be a team game, Yellow Ball this time. Put your green and the only escape is to hit the tee shot long golf prices, many of which are exclusive to us. the company of Ian H and Gordon W. Ian started a bit name down by the Monday before and make sure to be The deals shown in the table are some of the best cur(but not too long) or left. slow with 3-putts at the 4th and the 5th after landing on there on Tuesday on time well before 09.30. See you rently available to you. Hole 12 La Manga – West, Par 4 (348 metres or 383 the green but then went on to score regularly, not withyards). The tee shot is to a narrow tree lined undulatall in good health! Visitors are welcome, contact Ian out the occasional luck though. Comments ing fairway with out of bounds to the right and with a Course Price Like on the 7th where he teed off way to the left twice Henderson, tel 966 71 6616 or mobile 636 116 230. Alenda €86 Two Players and Buggy 2nd shot to a raised and well bunkered green. before his third tee shot landed short Alicante €45 Sle Plyr and Buggy B4 9.30am) Hole 13 La Serena, Par 4 (275 metres or 303 yards) in front of the green. Walking up he 2 Players & Buggy (Mon & Fri) This hole is all about risk and reward ,take a driver and Altorreal €55 found his first tee shot just inside the Two Players and Buggy ‘fire’ for the green over water or lay up short of the Bonalba €80 white lines and the second out of FDel Llop €70 Two Players and Buggy ‘aqua’ with a short iron followed by another short iron bounds. Finally a 5 (for 1) is much La Finca €196 Four Players and Two Buggies approach shot. better than a 7 or 8 when in a Medal Four Players & Two Buggies Hole 14 Hacienda Riquelme, Par 5 (433 metres or 476 La Peraleja€132 game every shot counts. Two Players and Buggy yards). This long hole winds its way up a valley with LMarquesa€102 Our team progressed steadily through Two Players and Buggy heavily protected landing areas for the tee shot and the La Serena €81 the course but during the game severTwo Players and second shot and then to a raised green where you will LColinas €100 al other people entered the course Buggy (limited times) not see the base of the flag. causing delays and hold-ups. We fin4 Players and 2 Buggies Hole 15 Altorreal, Par 4 (375 metres or 413 yards). LRamblas €158 ished just after 12.30 but it took some €98 Two Players and Buggy The hole opens with a tight tee shot to a narrow Roda time before the last group came back Four Players and Two Buggies ‘hogged-back’ fairway and then a mid-iron to an ele- Vmartin €164 on the terrace. Two Players and Buggy (w/e) vated green BUT miss this green anything other than Vistabella €59 At the presentation the NTPs went to For bookings and more information contact Mike at short and you will be in big trouble. Hole 16 Mosa Trajectum – Olive, Par 4 (378 metres or firstname.lastname@example.org or direct on 966 Dave Swann at the 3rd and to William 416 yards). This hole is a dog-leg left to right which is 704 752 or 661 345 931 quoting reference LEADER. Murphy at the 8th hole. Third place protected to the right by a deep dry river gorge all the with a score of 56 was for Ian way to the green so is not a favourite with the golfers Golfing Weather Watch - The week is forecast to be Henderson, hcp 6. with temperatures in the mid to high teens degrees with a ‘slice’. In second place finished John with Tuesday and Wednesday being the hottest days. Hole 17 Hacienda Del Alamo, Par 4 (388 metres or O’Brien, hcp 11, back after almost a 427 yards). The right hand side of the hole off the tee year and a score of 54 (he must have is heavily protected by bunkers which are difficult to Quotation of the week - “Confidence is simply a colpractised a lot lately!). The winner carry and bailing out left leaves a much longer 2nd lection of thoughts that you have about yourself” – having had a field day with an incredBob Rotella shot to a well protected and undulating green.
EL PLANTIO 2 GOLF SOCIETY - JANUARY MEDAL
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Monday, 4th February, 2013
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SAN MIGUEL GS AT BONALBA
SAN JAVIER GS - ALTORREAL
ABBEY ANGLING MATCH FISHING
This week we played a stableford competition at Bonalba and what a difference in the weather after last week's freeze this week a lot of the players were back in shorts for the first time this year. The course was in pretty good condition with the greens a little slow to what we have been used to just lately but considering the problems the course has suffered just lately the green staff have done an excellent job in getting this beautiful course back to itself. Nearest the pin winners today were Brian Mulligan, Ben Price, Derek Johnston and Ken Flaherty. Third in Silver Category was Brian Mulligan (33), Second Keith Stevenson(35) and First once again was Mr. Consistency Ray Ewins (37) just shows what a lesson every couple of week's does for you. In Gold Category Third was Ben Price(32) Second on count back Paul Guest (32), and First was Ken Flaherty(34). The winner of the Abacus this week was Jacqui Rust(apparently she was overheard to say that she is taking knitting back up again). Next week we are at Villamartin(6/2) followed by Las Ramblas(13/2) and then on to Las Colinas(20/2) so if you want a game on any Wednesday book in on the website www.smgs.org or give Barry a ring on 966 73 1033 and you will be made very welcome.
RESULTS Wednesday, 23rd January 2013. The format was Better Ball Pairs - Stableford.
By Terry Screen This weeks 4th round of the Abbey Angling Cup was fished at Nancy’s on the 29th January. We are still having good turn outs at the matches despite the time of the Year, the sooner the better the weather starts to warm up so we have no more dry nets, this week there were four anglers who blanked. There is plenty of water coming in from the channels, but the level is still about a foot below the normal. 1st Terry (Swing em) Screen with 8.440kg fishing the feeder using maggot. 2nd Bill (The Master) Reade with 7.000kg fishing the pole using paste. 3rd Andy (The web man) Stevenson with 6.100kg fishing the feeder using maggot Our next Club meeting is at the Abbey Tavern on the 12th February at 7.30pm.All details are available on our web site www.abbeyangling.com or from the match secretary Terry Screen on 965 32 8368
What a Day gale force wind blowing and so cold but we still had a great turn out of 32 players many of them wishing that they had stayed at home with the weather. But we played and what a close competition it was with just 4points between the top six pairs with four places being sorted on count back. The course was not in bad shape with the greens being very quick, not what you want with a wind of 35km. When we had all finished I think we felt we have done 18 rounds then 18 holes we where all batter by that wind. From third to sixth the pairs all finished with 38pts so after a long sort out on count back Roy Herbert and Alan Clarke took the third place. In second place on 41pts came Bill McLaughlin and Bernie Waspe just missing out by one point to the winners Mick Hardy and Frank Broadhurst on 42pts scoring 21points on both nines. I would like to end by thanking everyone for playing and making it fun on a day that was not good to play golf being very cold and windy. The next Society's game is on Monday, 4th February 2013 at La SERENA. The format is MEDALFORD (front holes - Medal, Back holes – Stableford & subtract the Stableford points from the Nett score). Payday is on Saturday, 2nd February 2013 at La Serena, in the bar area, between 11.00 and 12.00 hours. Diary Dates - Monday, 4th February La Serena Medalford 1st Tee – 10.00 Wednesday, 20th February Corvera Individual Stableford 1st Tee – 10.00 Monday, 4th March Vistabella Individual Stableford 1st Tee – 12.00
Results and League Table after Monday 28th January 2013
LO MARABU GOLF SOCIETY In association with Costa Blanca Green Fee Services Las Colinas 31st January 2013. For this month’s interim meeting a group of 28 players visited the exclusive course at Las Colinas taking advantage of the excellent society deal obtained from Costa Blanca Green Fee Services. The weather was absolutely beautiful with plenty of sunshine, high temperatures and a course in good condition with true fast greens. The winning scores on the day were as follows: 1st – Dave Mason – 34 points, 2nd – Colin Edwards – 34 points, 3rd – Dave Bensley – 33 points 4th – Tom Kendrick – 33 points, Best Front 9 – Julie Blinston – 18 points Best Back 9 – Tom Kendrick - 18 points, Commiserations Prize – Jim Nicholson. Nearest the Pins: Dave Mason, Barry Grinsell, Andy Jones, Mick Simpson and Colin Edwards. After the game we returned to the Lo Marabu, which is located at Dona Pepa, Quesada for a welcome meal prepared by the bar and the prize presentation. Our next official society meeting is at Villamartin on 28th February 2013 but we have an interim meeting at Font del Llop on 14th February 2013. Report by Mike Probert of Costa Blanca Green Fee Services on 966 704 752 or 661 345 931 or at our web-site at www.costa-blanca-greenfees.com.
CARP-R-US ANGLING & SOCIAL CLUB NEWS This weeks match on the River Segura in Murcia town centre was our first venture here this year. This was the last round of the Clubs Winter league and also the Winter Cup Match. First on the day was Geoff Tempest with a weight of 3.80kilos. In second spot was Ian Air with 3.240. Third was Barry Homer, fourth Steve Collins and fifth John Brightling. The next match, which is the first one in the Clubs Spring series of matches, will be fished on the Eden Canal in Guardamar,-pegs at 8.00am and fishing 9.00 to 2.00pm. Don´t forget to inform Barry or Dave if you are fishing. Saturday the 16th of February will see the Club holding its first major social event of the year , with a Valentines celebration dinner with entertainment from Darren Jones, at the Bar. The next Club meeting will be held on Sunday the 17th of February with the Committee at 10.00 followed by the General Meeting at 11.00. The next Quiz night will be on Tuesday the 26th of February, starting at 7.30pm. The cost is just 1Euro per person and teams of up to 6 or less can take part. A game of Snowball Bingo will be played during the evening as well. The Clubs home is at the Bar El Alto La Dolores which is situated just off the N332 between La Mata and Guaramar and near to the Repsol garage, web site is www.carprus.net or for further information on this Angling and Social Club membership call 966 71 7923.
ESTRELLA DAMM CRIBBAGE
CORNISH PRIDE (LOS DOLSES) Ten Pin Bowling League - Matches Played 29th January Pins 1572 1811 1649 1871 1770 1729 1706
Team Name Cornish Pride Hall y Day Split Happens Team Finland Mixers Splash Bar Mosquito
Pts 2–6 8–0 8–0 7–1 6–2 8–0 8-0
Team Name Lucky Strike Crazy Pinz Los Lobos Caballo Negro Los Bandidos Bandoleros Carp-r-us
Highest Scores Male Score Female Score Game Scratch Olli Leppanen 300 Pirjo Koski 223 Game Hcp Olli Leppanen 301 Pirjo Koski 243 Series Scratch Olli Leppanen 682 Pirjo Koski 576 Series Hcp Olli Leppanen 685 Pirjo Koski 636 Team Game Scratch Team Finland 686 Team Game Hcp Team Finland 721 Team Series Scratch Team Finland 1766 Team Series Hcp Team Finland 1871 League Positions Team Finland Hall y Day Split Happens Caballo Negro Los Bandidos Lucky Strike Mixers Cornish Pride Bandoleros Splash Bar Mosquito Carp-r-us Crazy Pinz Los Lobos
P 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17
Pts 106 90 76 74 74 72 71 69 64 62 62 60 44 28
Pins 31665 30786 30184 30347 30333 29978 30347 29988 29054 30012 29254 29123 28676 28238
Pins 1597 1559 1515 1752 1703 1602 1484
Sportsman “B” Team Catorce Lions W. Tavern Ospreys W. Tavern Kestrels Izzys Bar Peacocks Bar Virgo Robins Ebony & Iv Merlins La Siesta Sharks La Siesta Sharks Catorce Leopards Bar Virgo Voles Ebony & Iv Jaguars Sportsman “B” Team W. Tavern Falcons Izzys Bar Magpies W. Tavern Ospreys Shellys "A" Team TJ's Jays Sportsman “A” Team Catorce Lions Ebony & Iv Merlins W. Tavern Kestrels Bar Virgo Robins Izzys Bar Peacocks
P 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18
W 13 12 11 10 10 10 9 9 9 8 8 8 8 8 6 5
4-5 3-6 4-5 4-5 5-4 5-4 7-2 4-5 L 5 6 7 8 8 8 9 9 9 10 10 10 10 10 12 13
Shellys “A” Team Sportsman “A” Team TJ's Jays Catorce Leopards W. Tavern Falcons Izzys Bar Magpies Bar Virgo Voles Ebony & Ivory Jaguars F 92 88 85 88 86 84 91 80 76 81 76 75 75 74 76 69
A 70 74 77 74 76 78 71 82 86 81 86 87 87 88 86 93
Diff Pts 22 26 14 24 8 22 14 20 10 20 6 20 20 18 -2 18 -10 18 0 16 -10 16 -12 16 -12 16 -14 16 -10 12 -24 10
What a strange period we are going through. Firstly Catorce Kats move to TJ’s Bar and become TJ’s Jays and this week we have the closure of the Windsor Tavern and our 3 teams move to Hoggies Bar and become Hoggies Ospreys, Falcons and Kestrels. The transitional implications are testing the memory buds. Anyway, to this week’s comments, La Siesta Sharks dipped their headlights once again in their close loss to Basil’s Jaguars out of Ebony & Ivory and just clung on to top spot. For the Sharks 2 pairs had 2 wins each while the Jaguar’s pair of Steve and Elaine maximised with 3 wins. Up at The Sportsman, Graham’s “B” team also just dipped out to Ayliff’s visitors from Shellys Bar who closed out a close win with 2 pairs forging 2 wins while for the Sportsman only Graham S. And Tony attained the heights of 2 wins. In Catorce it was a big win for Steve’s Sportsman “A” team against John’s Lions home team with all 3 pairs taking 2 wins each while for the Lions team, their 3 pairs halved that with 1 win each. At the new venue of Hoggies Bar, Richard’s Ospreys just missed out to Sue’s Jays from TJ’s Bar even though Sid and Sue G. hit a top score of 3 wins while 2 of the Jays pairs had 2 wins each. Also in Hoggies, Russell’s Kestrels surrendered in a close finish to John’s Leopards from Catorce who had John and Tony on form with 3 wins while only captain Russell and spouse Diane reached for the skies with their 2 wins. In Bar Virgo Derek’s Robins held on for a close finish against Dorothy’s Magpies from Izzys Bar who intimated at highway robbery when their struggling pair of Stewart and Jane slumped to a zero result while 2 pairs for the Robins won 2 games each. After 3 successive wins, I took my Falcons team to Izzys Bar to do battle against Sue’s bottom of the league Peacocks team and after being 3 all we missed out in a close finish, but with no thanks to Gill and myself who after great success last week slumped to win nothing while for the Peacocks, 2 pairs scored 2 wins each. Finally, out at the Ebony and Ivory, Keith’s Merlins had the biggest score of the week with a 7-2 win against Val’s Voles from Bar Virgo who had only 2 pairs with 1 win each while for the Merlins with Keith in absentia Pam and Barbara triumphed with their top score of 3 wins. Ron Sheldon
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QUESADA POOL LEAGUE Division 1 Green Baize Minis Claptons B Coopers Arms Quesada C.C. B
2 2 5 4
Quesada C.C. A Shenanigans Shakers Green Baize Amigos Quesada C.C. B Claptons A Shenanigans Movers Coopers Arms Green Baize Minis Claptons B
P 11 10 11 11 11 11 10 11 10
Division 2 Sportsman B Forest Gumps Lo Crispin Tavern Bull Flanagan
4 3 7 4
7 7 4 5
Quesada C.C. A Claptons A Green Baize Amigos Shenanigans Movers W 9 8 7 6 6 7 4 1 0
L 2 2 4 5 5 4 6 10 10
F 69 63 53 52 55 48 38 29 26
A 30 27 46 47 44 51 52 70 64
5 6 2 5
Bridge Bar Fire Fly Rayz Bar Sportsman A
Pts 29 25 23 23 22 22 13 5 3
P W L F A Pts Sportsman A 10 9 1 56 34 27 Lo Crispin Tavern 11 7 4 61 38 25 Fire Fly 11 7 4 48 51 22 Bull Flanagan 10 6 5 53 46 21 Forest Bar B 11 6 4 48 42 19 Bridge Bar 11 5 6 54 45 20 Sportsman B 11 2 9 40 59 12 Rayz Bar 10 2 8 33 57 9 Forest Gumps 11 3 8 33 66 9 Please note late results can result in a 2 point reduction
Monday, 4th February, 2013
CADENA SUNRISE TENPIN
TORREVIEJA LADIES DARTS
Results 30th January Non Playing Team 0-8 Alley Cats Carp R Us 6-2 Terror Pins The Bandits 0-8 Sol Amigo’s The Cherries 0-8 Sunrise Colegas Gulley Huggers 0-8 Deses Perado’s Blitz N Splitz 6-2 Fowl Play Bowling Stones 4-4 Sausage Rollers
By Pam Horton - Alternative Format Week 7 Results Friendly's Temps 5-2 El Balcon Chicas Wildcats 6-1 Black Dog Ladies Labas Dollies 3-4 Dave's Babes
Top Performers Hi Game/Scratch Hi Game/Hc Hi Series/Scratch Hi Series/Hc Alley Cats Sol Amigo’s Bowling Stones Carp R Us Blitz N Splitz Fowl Play Sausage Rollers Sunrise Colegas Terror Pins The Bandits Deses Perado’s The Cherries Gulley Huggers Non Playing Team
Ladies I Wilms I Wilms J Priest I Wilms P 54 54 54 54 54 54 54 54 54 54 54 54 54 54
W 54 53 51 48 46 43 41 40 36 31 21 15 14 8
Gents T Bell 213 T Bell 248 Rudi Zee 563 T Bell 655
165 227 453 617 D 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1
L 18 18 21 24 25 29 31 32 35 40 51 56 58 63
Tot 41642 41315 41128 40784 40630 41224 41035 40317 40474 38919 37767 35519 36078 35571
Pts 108 107 102 96 93 86 82 80 73 63 42 31 28 17
Wildcats (Bar 46) El Balcon Chicas Black Dog Ladies Friendly's Temps Dave's Babes
P 6 5 6 6 5
W 6 3 2 2 1
L 0 2 4 4 4
F 29 16 17 17 19
A 13 19 25 25 16
Pts. 18 11 10 10 7
This weeks Hot Darts: Lorraine McGrath 174 + 140, Thelma Storey 140 + 100, Mavis Shore 119 + 103, Pam McKinstry 116, Joan Harrison 115, Jane Bettell 114 + 111, Greta Budnikaite 114, Noreen Dobbs 101, Kyle Burgazzi 101. Highest Checkout 71 by Jeannie Parrish. Least Darts 20 Darts by Mavis Shore. Well done to both Jeannie and Mavis. Ladies Triples - The Triples will be held tomorrow 5th February at the Friendly Bar, in Playa Flamenca. The event is well subscribed, and Registration will take place at 20.15 hrs starting at 20.30 hrs. We can make up triples on the night if you have spare ladies, but it would help if you can tell me of any spare Ladies that would like to play. Thank you. Ladies Darts at Tracy’s Bar - Another new team for our League, but the Team hasn’t given itself a name yet. Tracy’s Bar will take part in our Summer Events, are well organised and should be ready for the League next season. Tracy’s Bar & Grill is based at Altos del Limonar, in Calle Jose Lorca Garcia. Anyone interested in joining them should Contact Tracy on 622 434 699, and she will give you information on all the Ladies activities in the Bar.
EURONICS THURSDAY DART LEAGUE “THE ELECTRICAL SHOP” - BLUE LAGOON Results - 31st January 2013 Madigans Hattons Honeys Breeze Bar Busters Sporting Misfits Gogarty´s Gophers The Hub Hyenas Gogarty´s Gophers R’vous Los Toros The Hub Meerkats The Hub Hyenas Madigans Hattons Hunks Busters Breakaways Pb´s Pirates Breeze Bar Sporting Misfits Pint Depot All Stars Hattons Honeys Mirador Mixtures
4-8 0-12 2-10 5-7 9-3 10-2 7-5 P 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 15 15 16 16 15 15
W 14 14 14 10 9 8 7 5 6 5 4 0 1 0
The Hub Meerkats Pb´s Pirates Rendezvous Los Toros Breakaways Pint Depot All Stars Hattons Hunks Mirador Mixtures D 2 2 0 3 2 3 4 3 0 1 2 3 0 1
L 0 0 2 3 5 5 5 8 9 9 10 13 14 14
F 148 143 128 123 121 101 102 96 71 78 90 45 36 48
A 44 49 64 69 71 91 90 96 109 102 102 147 144 132
Pts 30 30 28 23 20 19 18 13 12 11 10 3 2 1
180s: Terry Hagenaars x 4, Graham Dunning, Amanda Skinner (Rendezvous), Jim Cheevers (PB´s Pirates), George Caine (Misfits), Mark Farmer, Jim Macey-Lillie (Madigans), Derek Kingsbury, John Eyre (Meerkats), Mike Snow (Breakaways), Mark Todd (Gogarty´s), 171s: Tony Beverley (Breeze Bar), Graham Todd (Meerkats), Highest game shot: Eddie Bendelow (Hub Meerkats) 157 (T20,T19,D20), Best single: Mark Farmer (Madigans) 15 darts What a difference a week makes. Some indifferent scoring and finishing 7 days ago by the league leaders was totally eclipsed this week by some high scoring and accurate finishing from the arrowmen of Gogarty´s. With the exception of James Brown in his singles, the deadly finishing from the Gophers ensured a second week on top. The title contenders opened up with a convincing team leg via Mark Todd
95, Ali O´Keef 123 and Todd the elder 125 and D20. Paul Easton D12 increased the home side´s advantage in the first triple, followed by a maximum from Mark Todd in the second. Unfortunately the 180 didn’t help the cause as Kenny Wilkinson, Rod showman Buller and Joe Hawkins powered their way to the finish, Hawkins nailing D8 to reduce the deficit. The pairs were split 2-1 giving Gogarty´s a 4-2 half time advantage. Disappointingly it was to be the Hunks final point. Jake Hawkins with throw, faced the formidable task of taking on James Brown in the first single and should have beaten the in-form Gopher. The young Hunk opened up with 120,100 and 85 which put real pressure on Brown. Hawkins however, couldn’t maintain the standard and allowed his opponent to commit the burglary of the week for the first single. Easton showboated his 40 out with a fine D1,D19 to ensure shared match points. O´Keef 140,100 and S12,D20 made sure of both points in the next, the league leaders now looking for maximum remaining legs. Hunk Steph Simpson came closest to denying Gogarty´s the privilege, leaving a shot out, only for Chris O´Brien to use just one arrow for the bull. Kevin Procktor wrapped up the 12th leg and 10th for his side with a useful 133,98 and D5. Identical wins from the top two sides leaves the table in exactly the same position as last week. Talking to Lee Squires (Rendezvous) about the championship tussle, he opined the outcome will be determined on May 2nd when the Bulls entertain Gogarty´s. I tend to agree with him however, both teams face banana skin games before that date. Nevertheless judging by both sides statistics he is probably right with leg difference deciding the result. Former champions and last year´s runners up Rendezvous Bulls put aside last week´s tribulations and consequences of the previous week´s draw, to overcome a depleted Breeze Bar. The flying Dutchman Terry Hagenaars was back in the side to offset Trevor Hartley´s absence, in this week´s encounter. Hagenaars promptly threw a 180, his fourth of the season, just to show how much he is missed. Boris Ostrowski ensured the draw, Graham Dunning gaining the all important seventh leg for his side and two points to boot. Captain Amanda Skinner, surprisingly as it is rare, lost her second singles in a week, checking out on a mis-informed D15 instead of D10. Gracious in defeat the amiable captain highlighted the necessity of diligence from both sides when chalking/scoring etc. The Meerkats returned to Madigans, the scene of many of the Kats past successes, to a warm welcome from captain Diane Voyce and team. A D4 from Mark Taylor showed the home side´s intent, however their lead was short lived as Graham Todd slotted home D9 to level. Leah Chesworth
regained the lead with a D10 and continues to improve at a rapid rate. Unpredictably all three pairs went to the visitors via John Eyre S2,D4, Alex Nikolov D6,D4 and Derek Kingsbury D18 after a fine 117 from Todd to leave the required double. Madigans took just the two singles from 6 courtesy of Neil Oliver D18 taking Nikolov´s scalp and a subdued Des Field on D18, although Field hit 2x100 in his single it was a far cry from his customary average of around 5 tons. The Kats young guns figured well once again, Alan Ostrowski scoring a ton and D2, Tomas Piwczyk 100,125 and D8, both showing signs of becoming good players along with Danas Bobinas. The Kats are now really international featuring Poles, Lithuanians, Bulgarians, Rumanians and even one or two Englishmen in the Euronics Dart League. Talking of Euronics, Debbie Mackleston´s Mixtures are really threatening a victory, this week´s 5 legs is their second highest total to date. Hyenas got off to a flyer, winning the first two despite a 140 from Graham Cox and a ton from Marge Simpson. Mixture Dave Wright D8 pulled one back, only for Andy Brooker to make it 3-1. The second double featured the Cox´s both trying to outscore each other, Graham won the day with a ton but Lorraine secured D7 for the leg. Keith Lee made it 2-4 at half time. Ms. Mackleston couldn’t repeat her victory of last season over Joe Miller, but then Cheryl Sleath got the better of Richie Weaver 140, with an excellent D18, followed by Dave Wright 100,80,80,81,D8 to beat the consistent Brooker. At 5-4 Graham Cox faced Simon Williams hoping to level and having the armoury to do so. It didn’t happen Williams getting to the double first going out on D8. Marge Simpson figured next and scored a hefty 132, but it wasn’t enough as Lee finished off 61 via S3,S18,D20 for both points. Great darts in the final leg from Geoff Harvey 2x100 and Lorraine Cox enabled the Mixtures to improve their leg tally to a creditable 5. Breakaways now unbeaten in their last three matches just look slight favourites for the League Plate, but with Breeze Bar and PB´s having a game in hand, who knows? Breakaways have a comfortable leg advantage at present which may well be the difference between the three teams at the conclusion of the league. Sunworld K.O. Cup semi-finals next week, Gogarty´s v. Meerkats at the Rendezvous and the Bulls v. Hyenas at Gogarty´s. Go and see some great darts or arrange a friendly for those not competing. Listen to darts chit chat on Exite Radio 89.2FM or 93.1FM live on Saturday between 3 and 4 p.m. Paul Durrant, League Chairman
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MONTEMAR BOWLS AND SOCIAL CLUB (Sponsored by Super Valu) Sunday 27th January Premier Twenty match against Javea. We were well and truly beaten home and away by a very good side. Good luck to them in the in the semi-finals. Monday 28th January SABA Discovery League Today, the Novilleros were away to the Emerald Isle. We won on two rinks, lost on four but got the overall shots. Well done to our two winning rinks of David Smy, Denise Ashberry and Dave Melville; Simon Morris, June Young and Bill Young. Bad luck to the other rinks. It’s Vistabella away next week. Points 6-8, Shots 108-107 Wednesday 30th January Winter League against Vistabella. A lovely day for bowling with plenty of sunshine brought us wins on two rinks. Well done the team of Denise and Alan Ashberry, John Caiger and Dave Melville and the team of Stan Routledge, John Cooper and June and Bill Young who both won. We also won the overall shots and hence the match. Points 6-4, Shots 64-58 Friday 1st February Southern League Division A. Yet another excellent win for the Matadors. Today we were at home to El Rancho and won on four rinks, drew on one , lost on one and had the better of the overall shots. Great mornings bowling and thanks and congratulations to all who took part. The result again shows that the policy and actions of the selectors is proving very successful. This weeks results: Rowena Good, Joe Ridley and Diane Ridley won 20 - 9. Lynne Armitage, Danny King and Colin Armitage won 31 - 10, David Eades, Peter Mathews and David Melville won 27 - 13, Stan Routledge, June Young and Bill Young won 24 - 8, Denise Ashberry, Joan harding and Alan Ashberry dropped 1 shot on the last end to finish with a 19 - 19 draw. Shots 130-82 Friday 1st February Southern League Division C A good result today against the second in the league side Quesada Swifts. We won on three rinks and lost on three. Besting the overall shots gave us the win. Well done to the three winning teams skippered by Gordon Fisher, Mike Farrelly & Ted Hyman. Also well done to our friendly team skippered by Gordon Hemming who managed to secure a draw Points for 8-6, Shots for 111-103 For any information about joining our club or fixture details please contact the club captain Colin Armitage. Tel: 966 619 010 Ext. 01066. Or visit our web site at www.montemarbowls.com for more info about our Bowls and Social Club.
COUNTRY BOWLS REPORT By Lynne Bishop The results of this weeks matches starting with the SABA Discovery league. The Supernovas played an away game at San Miguel, they had three wins but missed out with the overall shots, we always envisage a toughie playing at San Miguel and this was true to form but six points is not to be sniffed it. the winning rinks were Lin Watkins, Steve Pearson & Gerry Gough 28-14 Lynne Bishop, Sue Norris & Eric Bishop 25-13. Jenny Chaplin, Dave Chaplin & Peter Whitehall 18.15Overall shots Supernovas 105( 6) - 113 (8)Comets. In the Federated 4's, the Clarets were the prey of the Panthers when they played at Quesada but the hungry cats failed to catch our cream players...Lin Watkins, Geoff Paylor, Peter Whitehall & Eric Bishop who scraped through with 18-15 win, well done. The other two teams found the going tough but enjoyed the nice sunshine! Overall shots, Clarets 37 (2) - 56 (6) Panthers. For the Southen League on Friday both the Ramblers A Division and the Harvesters C Division games were played at home. The Ramblers played the San Miguel Jaguars who put up a good fight which rewarded them with a 6-8 win. We had three winning rinks and they were from the teams of Jenny Chaplin, George Thomson & Ken Cuthbert 30-16. Sheila Whitehall, Harold Morris & Peter Whitehall 17-14. Gillian Morris, Charlie Watkins & Barry Norris 16-4 . Overall shots, Ramblers 98(6) 106(8) Jaguars. The Harvesters had a similar outcome from their game against Vistabella Conquistadores, winning three rinks but losing on the long game for yet another 6-8 result! Those bringing in the points were Sandra Simpson, Angie O'Keefe & Dot Davies who picked up seven shots on the last end...brill! 22-15. John Wright, St John Broadhurst & John Simpson 2015 and Derek Gunning, Bob Smith (playing his 1st league game) & Karen Kirk 20 -18. Overall shots, Harvesters 102(6) - 107(8) Conquistadores. For more info about this Bowls club please visit our website at www.countrybowlsclub.com
Monday, 4th February, 2013
EMERALD ISLE BOWLS CLUB On Friday, 25 February both the Cavaliers and the Claymores went into action, the Cavaliers away, the Claymores at home. The toughest test was at San Luis where the Cavaliers were chased away by the Lions, EI winning on just two rinks, 4 points, against the Lions 10 points. Shot difference, EI - 84, SL Lions 106. We need another win, don't we? The Claymores were at home to Mazarron Miners, and the Miners came up to the surface with a convincing win, the Claymores winning on just one rink and drawing on one. The final result - EI 3 points to Mazarron's 11, shot difference 98 - 106. Not the best of days for the Emerald Isle, but we fight on. On Monday, 28th February the Moonrakers played host to Monte Mar Norvilleros on a very windy morning which gave way to a good, sunny day. It was also a good day for the Moonrakers who won on four rinks to two. However, the shot difference went to Monte Mar by just one shot - 107-108, resulting in 6 points to EI's 8. Also on 25th, EI Titans made the short trip to play Greenlands Maples, hoping to keep their place at the top end of the League but coming away disappointed, having won on just two rinks. The best win was Chris Ayling, Glenda Odell and Ron White 23-13. Final result - EI - 89 shots, Greenlands 113, 4 points to 10. Can't blame this one on Brian's knees! Bill Allen.
SOUTHERN LEAGUE 2012/2013 Results and Tables for Friday 1st February 2013
DIVISION A P Montemar Matadors 12 La Marina Sharks 12 C Bowls Ramblers 12 San Miguel Jaguars 12 Greenlands Oaks 12 Vistabella Lanzadores 12 San Luis Lions 12 El Rancho Mustangs 12 Emerald Isle Cavaliers 12 Greenlands Elms 12 CBowls Ramblers Greenlands Elms La Marina Sharks Montemar Matadors Vistabella Lanzadores
W 7 7 7 9 7 4 7 6 4 1
98 107 108 130 104
6 8 6 11 9
D 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
L 5 4 5 3 5 8 5 6 8 10
O/W 44 44.5 42 38 35.5 35 33.5 31.5 29 27
F 1291 1258 1273 1235 1237 1246 1211 1307 1136 1088
San Miguel Jaguars Em Isle Cavaliers San Luis Lions El Rancho Mustangs Greenlands Oaks
A 1135 1182 1181 1215 1200 1208 1251 1285 1263 1362 8 4 8 3 5
Diff Pts 156 105 76 104 92 98 20 92 37 85 38 79 -40 79 22 75 -127 64 -274 57 106 84 115 82 104
SAN LUIS BOWLS CLUB - 01.02.13 Firstly to round off last week’s results CBBA Southern League (25th January) Div A: San Luis Lions home to Emerald Isle Cavaliers pts 10-4, shots 106-84, winners: John Haigh, Charlie Marigold & Phil Morrachan 19-16. Bob White, June & Keith Jones 23-8. Darren Johnson, Vic Slater & John Withers 14-10. Janet Wigfield, Peter Cox & Ray Robson 22-14. Div B: SL Tigers away v La Siesta Golds, pts 5-9, shots 102-114, winners: Mel Highland, Bert Ewart & Pat Coffey 21-16. Ann Holland, Peter Fuller & Colin Highland 28-17. Frank Barclay, Sue Ross & Colin Potter 16-16. Div C: San Luis Pumas home to Monte Mar Toreadors pts 10-4, shots 105-88, winners: Pat Scott & John Malden 25-15. Sadie Hubbard, Frank Gibbons & Sheila Cammack 15-12. Les Bedford, Pam & Mike Lockett 18-13. Norma Mole, Marie Henly & Alan Mawer 25-12. On Saturday morning (26th), in the FED 4’s league the SL Blues were away at Emerald Isle v the Leprechauns pts 6-2, shots 57-43. SABA matches, Monday 28th January: SL Klingons home to Horadada Falcons took full advantage of the home rinks, pts 12-2, and shots 141-73. Winning trips: Mel Highland, Neil Morrison & Colin Highland 28-7. Colin Jackson, Keith Phillips & Peter Cox 26-7. Darren Johnson, Graham Bird & Phil Morrachan 25-12. Pat Bird, Joe Johnson & Fred Armstrong 26-6. Bob White, Alan Rossiter & David Whitworth 23-21. SL Trekkers were away v Greenlands Chestnuts with a great result 5 wins & a draw, pts 131, shots 131-77. Winnners: Blossom Cox, Bob Foulds & Ray Pollock 1715. Audrey Ford, Chris Brooks & Peter Bromley 21-11. Maureen Bromley, Roy Brooks & Ken Dullaway 17-16. Frank Barclay, Colin Potter & Keith Jones 24-9. Sheila Cox, Ann Holland & June Jones 36-10. Mike Cox, Joan Dullaway & Colin Lindgren 16-16. SLVulcans hosted the Quesada Diamonds (good to see & do battle with some old friends again) and had a good result; pts 10-4, shots 101-88. Winning trips: Ann Badger, Bill Webb & Brian Badger 24-9. Ron Cammack, Jacqui Campbell & Sheila Cammack 13-12. Margaret Rogers, Scott Malden & John Haigh 19-12. Jean Parkes, Dave Blackie & Paul Parkes 17-13. Wednesday 30th January saw a group of hopeful Winter League & Berleen league bowlers setting off at 7:15 (yes that time really does exist!) by coach to travel north to Javea Green. The sun came out & the sandwiches were great and then battle commenced, at the end of which San Luis came away with a pleasing 4 pts -6, shots 55-74. Well done to our winning rinks: Colin Jackson, Pam Lockett, Ray Pollock & Pat Coffey 17-15. Eric Slater, Mal Broughton June & Keith Jones 15-10. Unfortunately the 2 Berleen teams came away with no points this week. On Thursday 31st on a warm sunny afternoon both FED 4’s teams were in action at home, SL Blues V Greenlands Bulls and SL Whites V Greenlands Bears; after some close games both teams managed a clean sweep 8-0 each. SL Blues 8pts 60 shots-29. Winners: Colin Jackson, Joe Johnson, June & Keith Jones 18-9. Mel Highland, John Withers, Ian Rogers & Mal Hughes 24-11. John Haigh, Sheila Cammack, Colin Highland & Colin Lindgren 18-9. Unfortunately I do not have the Whites team list & individual team scores but well done to everyone concerned. The club championships continue on Tuesday 5th Feb with ? finals of the mixed pairs, sponsored by “Vida Sana Quiropractica”. Chicken drive; sorry to all the chicken/egg cup winners, well done, but I have not received any results. Jean Hepehi is now back home & making progress after 3 fractures were plated & pinned following her fall; she still intends to be involved & organising events as social secretary. If anyone out there is offered a set of bowls; Drakes Pride Professionals, size 3, and brown with a tortoise emblem they were taken in a bowls bag containing other bowling items from Gina Streeter’s car outside Emerald Isle on Saturday night. Please contact San Luis Bowls Club, thank you. Friday’s (1/2/13) Southern League results will be carried over to next week’s report. For any information about San Luis Club please contact Peter Cox (Capt) 966189141 or Sheila Cammack (Sec) 966 77 3001.
P Horadada Royals 12 La Marina Dolphins 12 La Manga Crusaders 12 La Siesta Blues 12 Quesada Swallows 12 San Luis Tigers 12 San Miguel Cougars 12 Mazarron Miners 12 La Siesta Golds 12 Emerald Isle Claymores 12
W 9 8 7 7 8 5 5 5 4 2
Emerald Isle Claymores 108 4 La Manga Crusaders 157 14 Mazarron Miners 88 2 San Luis Tigers 116 10 San Miguel Cougars 79 2
D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
L 3 4 5 5 4 7 7 7 8 10
O/W 45.5 45 42.5 41 40 35.5 34.5 29 23.5 23.5
F 1358 1300 1387 1303 1231 1218 1194 1199 1133 1128
Quesada Swallows La Siesta Golds La Marina Dolphins La Siesta Blues Horadada Royals
A 1111 1199 1125 1232 1260 1216 1270 1316 1363 1359
Diff Pts 247 109 101 106 262 99 71 96 -29 96 2 83 -76 78 -117 68 -230 53 -231 50
10 0 12 4 12
117 64 103 96 108
DIVISION C P W Greenlands Cedars 11 8 San Luis Pumas 11 6 La Marina Seagulls 10 6 Quesada Swifts 11 7 Montemar Toreadors 11 6 Vbella Conquistadores 10 6 El Rancho Raiders 10 5 C Bowls Harvesters 11 2 La Siesta Silvers 11 1 C Bowls Harvesters La Marina Seagulls La Siesta Silvers Quesada Swifts
102 6 130 14 90 4 103 6
D 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
L 3 4 4 4 5 4 5 9 9
O/WF A 38.5 1217 1020 38.5 1142 1063 37 1117 940 37 1210 1101 31.5 1093 1126 28.5 986 1059 27 1067 1098 25.5 1032 1192 24.5 979 1244
Conquistadores Greenlands Cedars San Luis Pumas Montemar Toreadors
8 0 10 8
Diff Pts 197 93 79 89 177 86 109 86 -33 75 -73 69 -31 63 -160 55 -265 53 107 81 99 111
EL RANCHO BOWLS CLUB Monday morning found The Pintos playing host to La Siesta Sputniks, on a glorious day with a wind of variable strength. The rinks were shared at 3 each, whilst The Pintos took the total shots by a reasonable margin. Meanwhile The Broncos were being entertained by La Marina Pathfinders, difficult opponent at any time. The Pathfinder took full advantage of the home mat and took 5 rinks and the total shots. Tuesday afternoon found our Fed 4s team at Monte Mar on a lovely sunny day; we battled to come to terms with the heavy Monte Mar carpet and with all 3 of their rinks going well ahead early on. Alex Morrice's rink came back well before going down on the final few ends. . A big, well done goes out to Don Wheatley and his rink for a battling performance coming back at the death to snatch a very important 17-14 win and get a valuable 2pts. Final score was Monte Mar 64 shots and 6pts to El Rancho 38 shots and 2pts. On Friday The Raiders had a Bye. Meanwhile The Mustangs were away to Monte Mar Matadors, always a difficult opponent at Monte Mar. The Mustangs played well, but were beaten on the day by 4 rinks to 1, with the other drawn. Jim Jarvie, Steve Bowl and Don Wheatley 19-19. Enid Chapman, Drew Gerrard and Bill Chapman 13-27. Jane Hamill, Richard Needham and Stew Hamill 10-31. Ros Holmes, Merv Armstrong and Jim Rainbow 23-9. Marianne Holtham, Keith Cunningham and Irene Mangan 9-20. Beryl Styring, Les Styring and Alex Morrice 8-24. Sponsored by Caser. For membership details please contact Irene Mangan 966 71 7700 or Marianne Holtham on 966 77 2222
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Monday, 4th February, 2013
SABA WINTER TRIPLES
SAN MIGUEL BOWLS CLUB
HORADADA BOWLS REPORT
28 JANUARY - WEEK 10 ENTERPRISE LEAGUE
By Janet Thomas
I make no apologies for starting with today's Devision B game, Horadada Royals v San Miguel Cougars. This away game brought a huge smile to my face when I read the result. Competing against any team from San Miguel means that you have to be at your best if you hope to gain any points and....... gain more points is exactly what the Royals did. Winning on 5 rinks, gaining 12 points and a healthy shot difference, 108 -79, ensured that the Royals stay at the top of the league table.Well done to all players, and don't let us forget the selectors who appear to be getting it right! Winning rinks: Rose Guppy, Ann Hartley and John Hurlock 17 - 14; Yvonne Hurlock, John Bailey and Alan Pugh 16 - 12; Maureen Semper, Jim Kerr and Barry Evans 16 - 13; Kath Reid, Tony Burchall and Giuseppe Galelli 31 - 6; John Wilson, Terry Huchnall and Mick Blunt 14 - 12. Our Fed 4 team was also matched against San Miguel this week and they too came away with an excellent victory. Winning on all rinks gave us an excellent 8 points to 0 win. Well done to: Fred Semper, Bill Stanaway, John Wilson and Barry Evans 18 - 14; Rose Guppy, Roy Thompson, John Bailey and Alan Pugh 17 - 11; Pauline Murphy, Roy Collins, Terry Hucknall and Giuseppe Galelli 18 - 7. Wish I could have been with you, my favourite green to paly on! Our Falcons team matched against San Luis Klingons was not as successful as our other teams this week.The weather and the company was great, unfortunatley the result was not. For some reason, most of the rinks had difficulty finding their form and the captain could not explain why. Another win for the rink skipped by Giuseppe which included Ian Hamlett and Kath Reid. No details received from the Condors this week. On the social side, a great deal of work/planning has taken place lately and, on behalf of all the members, I thank all those who have contributed. Check the Office notice board for details of: Fun Bike Ride on 9th Feb; Ladies lunch on Feb 19th at Diamontes Restaurant in support of MABS.
San Miguel Meteors Quesada Pearls San Luis Klingons Emerald Isle Titans San Miguel Pulsars Greenlands Maples La Marina Explorers La Siesta Apollos Horadada Falcons Greenlands Sycamores
11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11
40 40 36 41 35 32 29 23 22 21
4 2 1 1 2 4 2 3 1 2
22 24 29 24 29 30 35 40 43 43
9 7 11 6 7 6 4 2 3 0
Greenlands Maples 113 (10) La Marina Explorers 104 (8) San Luis Klingons 141 (12) San Miguel Meteors 129 (10) La Siesta Apollos 79 (4)
1229 1044 185 1174 1026 148 1258 1053 205 1191 1041 150 1196 1024 172 1107 1140 -33 1076 1126 -50 996 1249 -253 1015 1265 -250 999 1273 -274
102 96 95 95 86 80 68 53 51 44
Emerald Isle Titans 89 (4) Quesada Pearls 92 (6) Horadada Falcons 73 (2) Greenlands Sycamores 76 (4) San Miguel Pulsars 115 (10)
DISCOVERY LEAGUE San Luis Trekkers CBowls Supernovas Vistabella Albatrosses Monte Mar Novilleros San Miguel Comets La Marina Astronauts Monte Mar Picadors Em Isle Moonrakers Greenlands Chestnuts
10 9 10 10 10 10 9 10 10
36 35 28 29 27 27 26 22 20
4 3 5 2 3 2 3 3 3
20 16 27 29 30 31 25 35 37
6 7 7 6 7 4 3 1 3
Emerald Isle Moonrakers 107 (8) San Miguel Comets 113 (8) Vistabella Albatrosses 137 (10) Greenlands Chestnuts 77 (1)
1037 916 121 1015 786 229 1044 945 99 1049 1052 -3 1011 1000 11 994 1096 -102 917 939 -22 967 1074 -107 908 1134 -226
88 87 75 72 71 64 61 49 49
Monte Mar Novilleros 108 (6) Country Bowls Supernovas 105 (6) La Marina Astronauts 79 (4) San Luis Trekkers 131 (13)
VOYAGER LEAGUE P
La Marina Pathfinders 10 37 2 21 7 San Luis Vulcans 10 38 1 21 6.5 El Rancho Broncos 10 35 3 22 4.5 La Siesta Pioneers 10 29 2 29 6.5 El Rancho Pintos 10 30 0 30 6 La Siesta Sputniks 10 25 5 30 4.5 Vistabella Eagles 9 27 1 26 4 Quesada Diamonds 10 25 2 33 5 Horadada Condors * * 9 9 2 43 0 * * 4 Points deducted for failing to field a full team
La Siesta Pioneers 129 (10) La Marina Pathfinders 117 (12) San Luis Vulcans 101 (10) El Rancho Pintos 148 (8)
1078 908 170 1077 922 155 1200 945 255 1048 1042 6 1186 994 192 966 1141 -175 857 983 -126 1037 1025 12 666 1155 -489
90 90 82 73 72 64 63 62 16
Vistabella Eagles 78 (4) El Rancho Broncos 75 (2) Quesada Diamonds 88 (4) La Siesta Sputniks 92 (6)
SABA Pulsars played away to La Siesta Apollo’s After all the wind we have had to bowl in it was nice to bowl in the sunshine again with San Miguel winning 10 points to 4. Total shots for 115 Shots against 79. Comets played at home to top of the League Country Bowls Supernovas we won on 3 rinks, and lost on the other 3. However, with a shot difference in our favour of 113-105 we won 8-6, which is a good result against such a strong team. Special thanks to the trip of Noel Davis and Sheila and Brian Errington, who made most of this shot difference winning 335. Meteors played against Greenland’s Sycamores winning 10 points- 4 points. Total shots for 129 Shots against 76 .The two teams who lost only lost on the last end. Well-done team. WINTER LEAGUE played at home to La Siesta we had very warm weather, no wind to push the bowls around. In a game played in a good atmosphere. R. Marks v Moore 2519 S Marks v D Pickwick 22 – 10 D Mills v M Kelly 27- 10 S Denholm v T Brassington 16- 7 Total Shots for 90 Against 46 Points for 10 against 0. Berleen L: Sinclair v S Jordan 16 – 14 A: Cambell v A Jackson 1914 Total Shots for 35 Against 28 Total points for 2 The Berleeners had to fight for their victory, but fight they did and keep top position in the league. Winner of the total shots this week was our Vice Captain Sabrina. Well done to both teams. FED 4s 31st January, San Miguel Harriers continued their Fed 4's campaign, with a visit from Emerald Isle Leprechauns. The game was played in summer like conditions, which was enjoyed by all. The Harriers came out on top with 6 points to 2. Results being rinks skipped by Dominic Mills 21 - 8, Stuart Denholm 30 - 9, and Noel Verity 12 - 14. Well done to the Harriers, hopefully we are now moving in the right direction SOUTHERN LEAGUE Jaguars played away to Country Bowls Total points for 8 against 6. Cougars played top of the league Horadada Royals Total shots for 79 Against 108 Total points for 2 against 12. The annual internal North v South match took place on Sat 26th. Teams representing both sides of the great divide battled for the Sam Russell/Russell Marks trophy. The North team of 7 rinks playing in white were Captained of Dave McEwan. Russell Marks captained the South team of 7 rinks playing in red. To say this game was competitive would be an understatement, as Sammy would have "Lets get some blood on the grass". Internal comps seem to bring out the best in bowlers under pressure and this year proved no different. All with the result being in the balance till the last game finished enjoyed a fun day. The South just sneaked over the line to retain the trophy till next year. Top rink for the North was Val and Chris for the South all 8 were presented with bottles of wine. Both teams should be congratulated for their support. I am sure the North will be gunning for south next year San Miguel Bowls Club is sponsored by Iberian Funeral Plans. Any information on San Miguel Bowls Club please contact club president Eileen Potts 966730376
LA SIESTA BOWLS REPORT 1ST FEB ........ CBBA Southern Leagues B & C 25th Jan. The Golds played an afternoon home game against San Luis Tigers and came out on top winning 9-5. Winning rinks were, Jo Elkin, John Lincoln and yours truly 17-14, Hilary Clarke, Ron Sheldon, Ivan Goodsell, 20-14, George Seaman, Gill Sheldon, Roy Millward, 28-9.Our drawn game Dave Davies, and Bill and Sue Jordan 16-16. Shots to the Golds, 114-102. The Blues played a morning home game against the Royals from Horadada and were beaten by 4 points to 10. Winning rinks, Dave Livesey, Brian Gardiner, Jack Cooper, 17-15, and Barbara Cooper, Romie Hutton, Derek Pickwick, 19-18. Shots went to the Royals 118-98. The Silvers were away to El Rancho Raiders and lost the match 10-4, a difficult venue at anytime, and on this occasion not helped by the gusty conditions. We lost on 4 rinks and won on two. Winning rinks were, Dawn Taylor, Harold Charleton, Derek Lodge, 21-14, Irene Laverick, Malcolm Ayton, Les Rawson, 21-13. Shots went to the Raiders 172-74. SABA Voyager & Enterprise Leagues 28th Jan. The Pioneers had a good home win 10-4 against Vistabella Eagles breaking the run of poor results. Stars of the day were Hilary Clarke, Jean Murphy and Norman Adcroft, on his first outing as a skip for us, 34-5. Our other winners were, Pat Baylis, Bernadette and Mike Kelly 26-11, Gill Sheldon, Sid Gallup, George Richardson, 20-11, and Terry Baylis with Sheila and Roy Millward 18-15. The remaining two teams lost by only five shots. Pioneers won overall shots 129-78. Well done Pioneers. The Apollos played a home match against the San Miguel Pulsars and ended up at the wrong end of a 4-10 defeat. Winning rinks were Joy Gardiner, Sue Jordan, Jean Cooper, 16-14, Sheila Chorley, Doug Smith, Derek Pickwick, 22-12. Our friendly team of Mary Moss (Thank you for standing in at the last minute Mary) Brian Gardiner and Dave Livesey won 22-10. Shots to the Pulsars 79-115.
By Norman Adcroft The Sputniks played a tricky morning game at El Rancho against the Pintos. Never an easy venue and combined with a very blustery wind, but going into the game with a positive attitude our 8-6 defeat felt like a win. Well done team, Keep it up and we’ll soon move up the table. Our winners were, Carol Broomfield, Harold Charleton, John Taylor, 23-17 Vince Laing, Ken Kirton, Malcolm Ayton, 26-20, and Irene Laverick, John Lincoln, John Porter, who needed two shots on the last end to win, 15-13. Shots went to the Pintos 146-92. Fed 4’s. Our 2nd game of the season was against Quesada and we won on 2 rinks and only lost the 3rd rink by 1 shot. Joy Gardiner, Jean Brassington, Trevor .Brassington, Jean Cooper, 24-6, Sue Jordan, John .Horobin, (Bernie McDonnell replaced John due to health problems) Mike Kelly, Dave Livesey, 26-12. Our friendly team of Sheila Chorley, Mary .Moss Jim Hudson, and John Moss came back from 12-4 down on the 13th end to win 16-13.We won the overall shots 64-33.Well done to everyone. Winter league 30th Jan and yet another bad day at the office!! No points for Winter League or Berleen. However it was lovely to play in the sunshine with no wind. The company was good, and the meal that followed. Chicken and egg 30th Jan, Chicken, Phil Simpkin. Wine, Barrie Bell. Eggs, John Simple. If you wish to take up a new sport, and want make new friends, with a little gentle exercise, you will be made very welcome. Bowls and shoes can be hired and tuition arranged. New members are always welcome. Ring Jim or Lyn on 690190523 and they will help, or call in at La Siesta Bowls Club at Calle Rossini La Siesta Urbanisation If any members know of any business or sponsors they think would, help with sponsoring these reports, please contact any committee member or ask them to call the LEADER directly. Thank you.
LA MARINA BOWLS CLUB Sunday Morning 27th January, La Marina played Greenlands in the 20 Premier Knockout Cup. Drawing 2 Rinks each Home and Away, It went to Shots in which La Marina Lost out by 8 Shots. Monday Morning 28th January, La Marina Astronauts were away to Vistabella Albatrosses winning on 2 Rinks. Shots La Marina Astronauts 80 - Vistabella Albatrosses 137. Points 4 -10 Monday Morning 28th January, La Marina Pathfinders were at home to El Rancho Broncos winning on 5 Rinks. Shots La Marina Pathfinders 117 75. Points La Marina Pathfinders 12 - 2. Monday Afternoon 28th January, La Marina Explorers were at home to Quesada Pearls winning on 3 Rinks. Shots La Marina Explorers 104 - 92. Points 8 - 6. Wednesday Afternoon 30th January, La Marina Played Horadada in the Fed 4s winning on all 3 Rinks. Points La Marina 8 - Horadada 0. Friday Morning 1st February, La Marina Dolphins were away to Mazarron Miners winning on 5 Rinks. Brenda Brain, Derek Shirley, Skip George Chambers 21-15. Jeanette Gugerly, Phil Pape, Skip Dave Gugerly 19-10, Brian Murray, Mike Brain, Skip Don Harrison 18-17. Margaret Jamieson, Jill Albutt, Skip Bill Jamieson 17-16. Angie Butler, Martin Butler, Skip Brian Zelin 21-11. Shots 103 - 88. Points 12 - 2. Friday Morning 1st February, La Marina Sharks were at home to San Luis Lions winning on 3 Rinks. Sue Kemp, Barry Sadler, Skip Dave Lewis 20-18. Janet Parsons, Shirley Hadaway, Skip Roy Hart 26-13. Hillary Cronk, Jim Manning, Skip Alan Castle 22-17. Shots 108 - 115. Points 6 - 8. For Further Information about La Marina Bowls Club Please find us on Facebook or contact Club Captain Brian Zelin 966790606.
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VISTABELLA BOWLS CLUB Week Commencing 28th January Monday’s SABA games saw a much improved performance from the Albatrosses who entertained La Marina Astronauts, and 137 shots to 79 produced a 10 points to 4 win. Gail Watson, Ian Kenyon and John Rudkin led the way with a massive 43 shots to 2 victory. Our other winners were Sue Mynott, Mike Regan and Pat Harman, Beryl Regan, Martin Foulcer, and Richard Lee and Andy Leggatt, Brian Harman and Maggie Furness. The Eagles however were not so lucky at La Siesta and lost by 4 points to 10 with a 78 to 129 shot deficit. Our two winning rinks were Pauline Rafferty, Pat Rafferty and Jim Harwood and Phyllis Brockett, John Shannon and Russ Hudson. On Tuesday our Fed Fours Team the Vikings travelled to San Miguel and pulled off an impressive 6 points to 2 victory by 56 shots to San Miguel’s 52. Gail Watson, Angus Maclean, Fred Willshire and Pat Harman and Sandra Burrows, Neil Burrows, Mike Regan and John Rudkin were our two winning rinks. Our Winter league team travelled to Monte Mar on Wednesday and had a very close game winning two of the four rinks but lost out by just 6 shots 58 shots to Monte Mar’s 64 and 4 points to 6 against. Winning rinks were Ann Rudkin, Arthur Brown, Fred Willshire and Maggie Furness and Ian Kenyon, Les Barber, Pat Harman and Jenny Bowman. Our Berleen team of Beryl Regan, Bernard Ledger, Neil (No Woods, no Whites) Burrows and Mo Thomas also had a good win by 23 shots to 12. Friday’s Southern League performances were perhaps the most encouraging with victories for both teams. The Lanzadores entertained Greenlands Oaks and despite a 104 shots all draw they took the points by 9 to 5 due to winning on 4 of the 6 rinks. Winning rinks were Sandra Burrows, Neil Burrows and Pat Harman, Roger Lewis, Maggie Furness and Richard Lee, Stuart Allman, Martin Foulcer and Brian Harman and Andy Leggatt, Arthur Brown and John Rudkin. The Conquistadors played away against Country Bowls Harvesters and managed to win by 8 points to 6. Winning rinks were Peter Cadwell, Jeff Neve and Pat Rafferty, Kay Mathews, Diane Harwood and Trevor Hoare plus Olwyn Ratcliffe, Diane Hudson and Brian Dunn. The three day open competition commencing 29th March sponsored by Jennifer Cunningham Insurance still has room for a couple of teams anyone interested should contact Peter Wright at the club.
Monday, 4th February, 2013
HORADADA HANG ON TO PICK UP THREE POINTS UD HORADADA...........1 UD ALTEA....................0 Following the loss of their manager earlier in the week UD Altea could only just about put a team together. They had five missing through suspension and were only able to put three on the bench, one of whom, Jorge was doubling as an outfield player and sub keeper. You might have been excused for thinking that Horadada could probably go out and bag a hatful.Unfortunately it was anything but as the Reds had to hang on at the end under unrelenting Altea pressure to the very final whistle. Horadada themselves were without club captain Campillo who was suspended and Robles out for 3 weeks through injury and although the trio of Rojo, Del Bano and Eloy coped well for most of the game the influence and organisation of Campillo was clearly missing. With recent signing Salinas making his first start the home side looked lively from the outset and it was Salinas himself who went close in the opening minutes. Unfortunately a clash with Altea keeper Charly put paid to any long term plans the new boy had as he was forced to leave the field through injury moments later. Samu was the replacement and although he isn’t everybody’s favourite, he did put in a solid performance. He was certainly lively around the box and it was his pacey run down the right flank followed by an excellent cross that saw Horadada go in front on the half hour. Although the ball evaded Vardan running through the middle Jose Maria was on hand at the far post to not it in to the Altea goal. We might have thought that more goals were to come and that Horadada might well overturn the one goal disadvantage that they have to top team Almoradi, who also won at the weekend, but despit a multitude of chances there was little else to cheer and as the game wore on and the Reds became ever more frustrated with their own disappointing performance it was Altea that were gradually getting themselves into the game with Romero and Ivan both going close. Horadada were reduced to ten men in added time when Luis received a harsh red following his centrefield challenge on Joway and then perhaps their best opportunity of the match following Vardan’s challenge on Romero on the edge of the box. Fortunately Ivan’s free kick sailed high and wide. Three points but they will have to do better against Hercules next week.
STAY AWAY FANS MISS THADER’S BEST CD THADER...............4 CD CONTESTANO.....1 Whether it was due to the cold wind or lack of results it was a very poor attendance 50% of which included the ex pat support. For the opening minutes it was all Thader who were in front after 10 mins with a Juan goal. This was followed by a Hector shot just going wide. The opening period of this game was all Thader. When the visitors did come alive they got more into the game but still didn't look like a team that far above Thader. Half an hour and slack marking from the Thader defence allowed too much room to Octavia who pulled the visitors level. Moments later it was only a good save from Jose that kept the home side from going ahead. Although the half time reflects the game Thader have made the most opportunities and should probably be ahead. The second half began with an early Thader free kick in a good place but, as usual it’s an Eddie Waring ‘up and under’ and their football has deteriorated with both centre backs playing wasteful free kicks. Then a fortuitous cross saw the visitors defender head past his own keeper with Jose stranded. Not the best way to go ahead but Thader need all the help they can get. Then came the weakest of penalties which saw Eric dismissed for a second yellow. A bit unfortunate for me. This was converted and the home side have three. Within 2 mins a blistering low shot from Nino and Thader are on cloud nine at 4-1.The ten men of Contestano gave their all but were never going to get back into this game. All fairness to Thader they really threw themselves into this fixture and they came away with a result. They must now build on this and drag themselves up by their socks if they are to climb out of that bottom group. They still have a way to go if they are to pull themselves to safety Next week a ‘six pointer’ away up the AP7 against Villena CF who are in the same situation as Thader. They really must keep the momentum going on the back of two very good and somewhat unexpected back to back wins.
CF MIL PALMERAS WEEKLY ROUNDUP 27TH JANUARY 2013 CF Mil Palmeras Pre Bens (2006) 5 v 1 Rojales Sponsored By Fuego La Fuente A steady start saw the youngest Toros grow in confidence through out the frist half. With Dylan in goal, Lacey in defense and Kevin in the center stopping Rojales in their tracks Josh, Elliot and Thomas could push on and force Rojales back .The more chances we got the taller each player seem be until Kevin found enough space to shot and score .Some hard work and drive from Elliot and Jack on the left saw Kevin grab his second goal in two mins .Callum charged and tackled hard to see the first half out 2-0 . Second half saw some of the best football from this young side to date with players looking for passes to each other to create chance after chance .Rojales hit back first to make it 2-1 only for Kevin to pick out Thomas who shot and scored within 2 mins to extend the Toros lead . Josh in goal managed to find Thomas ,Dylan or Kevin time and again and with Lacey like a rock at the back the Toros were well on top of this match .Thomas picked up a loose ball to score his second goal .Jack and Callum worked hard in midfield causing Rojales to bunch up giving Kevin space to again find Dylan who forced the ball through the Rojales defense for Thomas to get his hat trick to finish the match 5-1 . Outstanding Team performance see's the Toros work hard together to deserve the result Man of the Match Josh for hard work in midfield and goal. Well Done Toros. Rojales B 1 v 1 CF Mil Palmeras Benjamines Sponsored By Sunshine FM 102.8 Another blustery early start for the league leading Toros saw them face a determined Rojales side .The first half Bailey Tomlinson , Paolo Webb and Niomi
Sheffield had to keep their wits about them dealing with Rojales long balls and even when rojales did get goal side the Toros defense blocked and tackled to protect Diego Sheffield in goal .The Toros midfield caused problems for the opposition but just couldn't find the back of the net making it 0-0 at half time. Second half was much the same for the first 10 mins and then Rojales made the most of some bad marking to grab the first goal of the match. Mil Palmeras Toros hit straight back with Luke Naylor finding Ben Naylor out wide who picked out Kevin Ruiz out on the edge of the box who flicked the ball on for Bailey to shot and score from the edge of the box . With Luca Webb getting more confident on the right Mil Palmeras really turned the pressure up but again the goals just wouldn't come . True to form the only way the opposition could deal with the charging Toros was to kick them not the ball giving away numerous freekick but again the Toros just couldn't make the most of their chances finishing the Match 1-1 . A frustrating match but again another week undefeated and still top of the table. This from a group of players who work so hard for each other to be the TEAM they are . Player Of The Match Niomi Sheffield for hard work and tough tackling. Well Done Toros. Sponsored by Talleres J Martinez Ford garage CF Mil Palmeras Alevines 6-3 Rojales Wonderful exhibition of football from a team that seems to have finally found its feet. I think all six goals would have made goal of the month on match if the day such was the quality of the football. And unlike the previous two wins we looked a lot steadier at the back with some confident goalkeeping from Angel and good
covering from Melody, Cai and Cristian with a ship steadying performance just in front from Luke. But it was in the final third where the toros oozed class with one twos and sublime through balls creating a host of chances.Lewis long opened the scoring then came a one two with a neat lob finish from Agustin Ramirez Half time 2-0 Second half and with good work from Oliver Chapman and Neve Bradley we could of had more, but it eventually came courtesy of a fine finish from Oliver Godden. Rojales finally got in the game grabbing a
goal for 3-1 but toros straight from the centre regained the three goal advantage with a Lewis long range effort which was spilt by the goalkeeper. And in an instant it was 5-1 when captain Emily Kelly beat no less than 4 players and coolly slotted home. Rojales got one back shortly after but again Mil Palmeras responded with a great move and finish by Oliver Godden. Rojales did get another consolation but by then the points were in the bag. Well done all. Man of the match Emily Kelly covered every inch of the park.
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Monday, 4th February, 2013
BATTLE OF THE PALMS ENDS ALL SQUARE LAS PALMAS................ 0 ELCHE........................... 0 BY JOHN MCGREGOR
Despite much huffing and puffing neither side blew the other’s palm trees over in the
Canary Islands. The home side, looking like canaries in bright yellow were unable to peck open the meanest defence in the league, which has only conceded an amazing 12 goals in 24 matches. In return Elche’s attack was unable to break down the home side, despite a disallowed goal and many thwarted attempts. Las Palmas are having a good season and are contesting the play-off places,
having only lost seven in twenty-four matches this season, and traditionally Elche do not do well against them. A goodly crowd of 13,839 swathed in yellow with an occasional flash of green watched the match in brilliant sunshine.For the Illicitanos sound full back Damian Suarez is still out, but able deputy Flano again deputised. Club captain Generelo retained his place, keeping out my preferred midfield maestro Mantecon, and again up front new local boy Aaron played, as big striker Berry Powel is out injured. The first half belonged to Las Palmas with an early header from a corner going well over, then Herrera in the Elche goal smothering a shot by Momo from an acute angle. From a suspiciously-looking position from a free kick Chrisantus volleyed way over the bar. For Elche one of Albacar’s specialist inswinging free kicks was saved at the foot of the post by goalkeeper Barbosa. The lively Thievy wide on the home sides right was finding space and from an acute angle the Frenchman’s low shot went six feet wide. If the first half was more Las Palmas, the Illicitanos came out strongly for the second, and began to put pressure on Barbosa and his defence. Another inswinging corner, this time from substitute Palanca bounced off the angle of post and bar, Elche now looking the more likely side to score, especially when Mantecon replaced Aaron. With 15 minutes left from just inside the Las Palmas half wide on the left Albacar chipped it into the middle, and in one fantastic movement Coro brought it under control and volleyed it over Barbosa. Offside, said the ref, but the replay showed Coro was just onside when the ball was played: pity, a goal had been looking on the way. In one classic. Stupidly Palanca got himself sent off for a second yellow as he appeared to elbow Pignol in the face as they both sat on
Photos courtesy of www.udlaspalmas.es the ground. It’s a good job the winger is a reserve this season, his ban is not really critical. Worrying bookings, however for Etxeita, Rivera and Aaron were sustained, equalled by three for the home side. An Elche claim for a penalty as Barbosa appeared to trip Coro was turned down, but Elche finished much the stronger, honours even at the end of an exciting, but goalless game. Elche go marching on with the point that keeps them top by at least ten points from Almeria who play late on Sunday evening at RM Castilla. The worry from last
year that when the suspensions and injuries ‘kick’ in, there isn’t sufficient depth in adequate reserves to cover looks to be unnecessary, Flano, Generelo, and Aaron are covering the key positions well enough to keep the results coming in satisfactorily. The great news is that Angel, the popular and prolific striker is back, that bodes well for the rest of the season. Next Saturday sees the arrival in the Matinez Valero of old foes Cordoba who could go sixth if they win on Sunday. Game on! Mucho Elche!
Published on Feb 3, 2013