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2021-10-16

16. Oct 2021
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2 DAILY STAR, Saturday, October 16, 2021 DS1ST TODAY’S WEATHER CORRECTIONS & COMPLAINTS If we’ve published anything factually inaccurate, please contact the readers’ editor by email at StarLetters@dailystar.co.uk or write to Readers’ Editor, Daily Star, One Canada Square, London E14 5AP and, once verified, we’ll correct it as soon as possible. The Daily Star and Daily Star Sunday are published by Express Newspapers, a subsidiary company of Reach PLC, which is a member of IPSO, the Independent Press Standards Organisation. We adhere to the Editors’ Code Of Practice as enforced by IPSO, which is contactable for advice at IPSO Gate House, 1 Farringdon Street, EC4M 7LG. Website www.ipso.co.uk, Telephone: 0300 123 2220, email advice@ipso.co.uk. If you have a complaint concerning a potential breach of the Code of Practice, we will deal with your complaint directly or IPSO can refer your complaint to us. Please go to www.reachplc.com/how-to-complain where you can view our Complaints Policy and Procedure. A How To Complain pack is also available by writing to the Legal and Compliance Department, Reach PLC, One Canada Square, London E14 5AP. NEWSPAPERS SUPPORT RECYCLING The recycled paper content of UK newspapers in 2018 was 68.2% GOT A STORY? Phone the Daily Star newsdesk. TEL: 020 8612 7373 Or email us at: news@dailystar.co.uk For the website: 020 8612 7485 ALL OTHER ENQUIRIES CALL: 020 8612 7000 OR IF ABROAD CALL: 004420 8612 7373 STAR LIVE WEATHER SERVICE CALL our weather line, where you can speak live with our experts for up-to-date and varied forecasts! 0906 156 0207 TODAY: A cold and frosty start with early mist slow to clear. Then dull with cloudy skies during the day and there is a chance of drizzle or a few isolated showers developing but most areas should remain dry. Brighter spells later. OUTLOOK: Tomorrow will be dull and cloudy with outbreaks of light rain and drizzle which will turn increasingly patchy and some brighter spells will develop. Cloudy with rain on Monday. Air Quality Air pollution levels Low (1) Very high (10) uk-air.defra.gov.uk Highlands 3 North Wales 2 North East Scotland 2 West Midlands 2 Central Scotland Scottish Borders Northern Ireland North West & Mersey North East Yorkshire & Humber 2 2 2 2 2 2 East Midlands South Wales South West South East Eastern Greater London 2 2 2 2 2 2 Sun Mon Tue Calls cost £1.50 per minute plus your telephone company's network access charge. Service open 8am-6pm daily. SP: Spoke, 0333 202 3390 45,000 in Covid blunder a “serious incident investigation” has been launched at a PCR testing lab after up to 45,000 people were wrongly told they do not have Covid. Boris Johnson said officials were “looking into” what had gone wrong. The gaffes happened at the Immensa Health Clinic in Wolverhampton, which received £170million of Government cash. Its Covid-testing operation has been suspended after a probe revealed the lab had incorrectly analysed tens of thousands of PCR swabs dating back to September 8. Another 145 deaths have taken the UK total to 138,379. A further 44,932 cases were confirmed. SEE OUR 8-PAGE PUZZLES PULLOUT THE REGULAR CROSSWORD WILL BE BACK SOON Putin’s US nuke ‘boast’ EU THREAT TO UK GAS AND LECCY Shortages & now trade war THE EU could turn out Britain’s ■■ by jerry lawton lights in the event of a trade war, pipelines connecting it with the EU for up diplomats are warning. to 10% of its electricity and 12% of its gas. Leading member states Germany, France has already threatened to shut France, the Netherlands, Italy and Spain have ordered battle plans to be drawn up for such an event. They want to be ready for action after UK Brexit minister Lord Frost warned Britain could suspend trade arrangements for Northern Ireland agreed in the Brexit deal. One diplomat said: “Frost knows he’s playing with fire. But when you play with fire, you get burnt. The EU has a broad palette of options for hitting back at the UK – for example, energy supplies.” Britain relies on undersea cables and off its two-gigawatt electricity cable to the UK in a separate dispute over fishing rights. Those threats could become a reality in the event of an all-out trade war. The five states have tasked Europe’s chief Brexit negotiator Maros Sefcovic with making plans in the event of a trade war. Mr Sefcovic has proposed a compromise solution to the Northern Ireland issue but the diplomat added: “There’s a significant chance that Frost will say ‘We want the moon’.” jerry.lawton@dailystar.co.uk d d THE HEALTH LOTTERY The society raising money in October through The Health Lottery is Health Lottery East Midlands, tackling inequalities across the region. In November it is Health Lottery South West £1 Health Lottery numbers Friday, October 15 £1 Health Lottery numbers Thursday, October 14 £1 Health Lottery numbers Wednesday, October 13 £1 Health Lottery numbers Tuesday, October 12 £1 Health Lottery numbers 03 05 10 24 46 13 04 09 30 42 44 41 02 15 27 35 45 11 12 17 34 36 40 09 Saturday, October 9 10 28 46 47 50 26 LOTTO EURO 2ND CHANCE DRAW, Oct 13: 04, 34, 38, 41, 43 NATIONAL LOTTERY wednesday, OCTOBER 13 One winner of £2million jackpot. Tonight’s top prize is £3.8m. 04 08 12 15 38 56 30 21 26 31 34 49 02 05 MILLIONAIRE MAKER SELECTION: MLCF88786 ★ ★ 815,292 tickets won a prize Friday, October 15: Jackpot result details not available set for life: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14: 02, 08, 24, 38, 41. LIFE BALL: 10 THUNDERBALL: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15: 05, 09, 28, 33, 36. T’ball: 03 VLADIMIR Putin has bragged that Russia’s new hypersonic nuclear missiles can wipe out entire US cities. The Russian President sparked fresh global war fears by claiming his “intercontinental” weapons can travel five times faster than those being developed in America. He said of his “super nukes”: “This is not just a hypersonic, this is an intercontinental missile. “Weapons with a speed of Mach 3 or more are being developed in the United States. “Our systems fly at a speed of over Mach 20. We do not abuse this, we do not threaten anyone.” Pictures: GETTY It’s bin a disaster ■A CITY’S bins overflow as its rubbish crisis escalates. The streets of Brighton in East Sussex were strewn with litter ■■ by ANDREW JAMESON yesterday as crunch talks between the local council and striking workers with the GMB union continued. ■Almost two weeks of industrial action have left residents angry over “disgusting” and “unhealthy” piles of rubbish on pavements.

DS1ST DAILY STAR, Saturday, October 16, 2021 3 Picture: JEANY SAVAGE Lottie ★LOVELY Lottie is looking ★ “There are dainty little divine in her weekend Santa suits and even attire – but she has a different tartan coats for my Scottish kind of fashion on her mind. customers,” adds Lottie, from ★The 20-year-old beauty Ashford, Kent. says: “I’m organising a ★Whatever next? Anoraks Christmas doggy wardrobe for for Alsatians and parkas my online business. for poodles? Sounds pawsome! FANCY BEING A PAGE 3 GIRL? Want to be one of our fabulous Daily Star Page 3 girls? Send your bikini picture to jeanysavage@ yahoo.co.uk MIke: STAND-UP FOREST: Gemma Natural birth for The GC Gemma Collins is hatching a plan to give birth in a forest. The GC, 40, is trying for a baby with her businessman partner Rami Hawash. She said: “Me and Mother Nature are at one. I’m hoping to get pregnant soon and maybe I should find a place in the forest where I can give birth. “I might even call it Blossom – the Japanese blossom tree. “I have been literally so obsessed with gardening since the lockdown. “I love gardening more than I love chocolate, so that’s quite up there.” AND Deliveroo! Take my wife.. she doesn’t think I’m funny TOUGH GIG: Michael with wife Kitty But joker can’t get laughs from family Comedian Michael McIntyre says no-one in his family finds him funny. And, he was so desperate for laughs during lockdown he would perform to delivery drivers at his front door. The comic only once managed a giggle from his wife Kitty and sons Lucas, 16, and Oscar, 13 – when he unintentionally left his privates on show. Speaking on the Parenting Hell podcast, the 45-year-old said: “In lockdown I did struggle with the fact that people don’t find me funny in this house. “They’re not fans. They don’t laugh at anything I say. Sometimes you think: ‘That’s quite funny’ and you sort of look around a bit, and I was getting nothing. “And then I said something and my son laughed, and then my wife laughed, and then they really got the giggles. “They carried on laughing, to such an ■■ by ANDREW JAMESON extent I was like: ‘Why are they laughing, what’s going on?’ Anyway, it turned out my testicle was hanging out of my boxer shorts. “My son just pointed and said: ‘Dad – your ball’s hanging out.’” McIntyre’s only other opportunity to make people laugh was with delivery drivers, who were bemused when he assumed they wanted a selfie. He said: “You know when you open the door and they need a photo of the package with the door open? “This guy says: ‘You’re going to need to open the door and I need to get a photo’, so I thought he wanted a selfie. “So I took one ball out to make sure I got a good laugh and stood behind him waving, and he just took a photo of the package.” andrew.jameson@dailystar.co.uk It’s your delivery, mate! VISITS: Doorstep comedy

4 DAILY STAR, Saturday, October 16, 2021 DS1ST ADVICE: Hankinson Hunter is guilty on ban A MAN has been found guilty of encouraging and helping people to evade the ban on fox hunting. Mark Hankinson, 60, a director of the Master of Foxhounds Association, was filmed speaking to around 100 leading hunters in two private webinars which were leaked online. He told the audience: “If you’ve got saboteurs out with you in any shape or form we need to have clear, visible, plausible trail laying being done throughout the day. It’s a lot easier to create a smokescreen if you’ve got more than one trail layer operating.” Hankinson said he was advising what to do if saboteurs disrupted legal drag hunts. But the prosecution argued he was giving advice to the meetings in August 2020 on how to avoid the law. At Westminster court Deputy Chief Magistrate Tan Ikram said: “In my judgement he was clearly encouraging the mirage of trail laying to act as cover for illegal hunting.” Hankinson, from Sherborne, Dorset, was fined £1,000 and ordered to pay £2,500 costs. STAR A man called Thames Valley Police to remove a “putrid” chicken from his fridge – but was told the matter was between him and Tesco, where he bought it. BURST Anchor’s a wahey! A fishing boat netted a fortune after reeling in a 19th century car-sized anchor worth £10,000. The crew of the Rebecca discovered the 170-yearold relic after struggling with an “extremely heavy” catch off Brixham, Devon. The ship’s owner Richard Fowler, 58, said: “It was patented in 1856 and used on large steam liners.” L-TEST STRIKE OFF A DRIVING examiners’ strike over plans to up the number of tests they take was suspended after “constructive” talks. Boris’s tribute to kind & gentle MP Hearts filled ■WIFE & DAUGHTERS: left to right Katie, wife Julia, Flo, Sir David, Sarah and Alex JO HUSBAND HITS OUT THE husband of late MP Jo Cox branded the attack “cowardly” and an “attack on democracy itself”. Jo, who was a 41-year-old mother of two, was murdered by Thomas Mair in 2016. She was shot three times and stabbed 15 times by Mair, who was revealed later as a white supremacist. Mair, who was jailed for life, repeatedly shouted “Britain First” during the attack in her constituency in Birstall, West Yorks. Her widower Brendan Cox now works with Survivors Against Terror. He said: “Attacking our representatives is an attack on democracy itself. There is no excuse. It is as cowardly as it gets.” In May 2010, East Ham MP Stephen Timms was stabbed twice in the abdomen by Roshonara Choudhry, an Islamic extremist who claimed she had wanted “to get revenge for the people of Iraq”. Nigel Jones, then MP for Cheltenham, was severely injured in January 2000 when he was attacked in his offices by a man with a sword, while Andrew Pennington, a Gloucestershire county TRAGEDY: MP Jo Cox was murdered councillor, was killed in the same attack. ATTACKED: Timms ‘SADNESS’: PM Johnson NATION IS IN SHOCK OVER MP ■ by JERRY LAWTON Chief Crime Correspondent Boris Johnson said “our hearts are full of shock and sadness” at the loss of “one of the kindest” people in politics. The PM spoke as cops are probing the murder of Tory MP Sir David Amess who was stabbed to death in a church. Essex Police chief constable Ben-Julian Harrington said the Southend West MP was “simply dispensing his duties when his life was horrifically cut short”. Sir David, 69, was knifed multiple times in Belfairs Methodist Church in Leigh-on-Sea while holding a constituency surgery. Armed police arrested a 25-year-old man who was last night being questioned on suspicion of murder. He is a British national of Somali heritage, according to reports. Wicked Officers are examining his phone to establish if there is a terror link. Judith Cannon, of Sir David’s local Tory club, said: “I cannot understand how anyone could be so wicked to harm this man.’’ Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer said it was a “dark and shocking day”. Countdown star Rachel Riley called his death “senseless” and said he had supported her mother’s work with horses. Home Secretary Priti Patel ordered all police forces to review security arrangements for MPs “with immediate effect” and added questions were “rightly being asked”. The church’s Fr Jeff Woolnough called Sir David “Mr Southend” and said the MP was a much-loved “fine gentleman and a knight of the realm”. The Star Says: Page 6 jerry.lawton@dailystar.co.uk

DS1ST AS COUNTER-TERROR COPS PROBE KILLING with sadness ■SPEAKING OUT: Sir David on an ant-violence campaign. Right, the church and parish priest Father Jeffrey Woolnough ■AFTER EFFECTS: Police at scene and people bringing flowers DAILY STAR, Saturday, October 16, 2021 5 Pictures: SPLASHNEWS; GETTY; JOHN McLELLAN Alex in slavery shock TELLY presenter Alex Scott fought back tears of shock after discovering her Jamaican ancestor owned 26 slaves in the 1820s. The ex-footballer travelled to the Caribbean island for BBC show Who Do You Think You Are? to trace her lineage But Alex, 37, was horrified to find that her ancestor Robert Francis Coombs had bought slaves. Alex, 37, couldn’t believe what she was hearing, asking: “My family line owned people? That goes against everything that I stand for, who I am.” “It was hard to take. That ownership of a human life is so wrong.” 141mph driver killed 2 A drug-driver recorded speeding at up to 141mph shortly before killing two women in a crash has been jailed for eight years. Daniel Young killed Caroline Ball, 63, and Margaret Collier, 59, while overtaking a line of cars at about 90mph, four months after getting his licence back from a six-month ban. Weeks earliers, the Amazon warehouse worker filmed a video showing him driving on the wrong side of the road at 80mph in a 30mph zone, Derby Crown Court heard. Young, 25, of Dronfield, Derbys, had previously admitted causing death by dangerous driving. Man left for dead by blast A man has died after a suspected gas explosion. Fire crews were called out yesterday and are carrying out searches for more casualties trapped in the debris of a house after reports of a blast. Police have confirmed that a man in his 50s was killed in the incident. Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service area manager Tony Crook said the property collapsed as firefighters arrived at the scene in Clayton-le- Woods, Lancs. He said “The fire was severe and spread to next door. We’ve suppressed the fire. At the moment we can’t tell if there’s people or not but we’re carrying out our search operations.”

6 DAILY STAR, Saturday, October 16, 2021 Says A tragedy for us all THE murder of MP Davis Amess is an awful tragedy. It is an affront to everything that our society stands for. This is a respected politician with almost four decades of public service in the House of Commons. And a fellow human being. Rightly, tributes have flooded in from all sides of the political spectrum. This is another truly devastating moment for democracy in this country so soon after the killing of Jo Cox. Partisan rivalries get pushed to one side when a life is taken. Politics is just politics – and people must remember that. This is a time to condemn such barbaric actions without taking sides or trying to score points. A family man with a wife and children has lost his life in a senseless attack. Rest in peace, David. Fast food, slow mind MOST of us will have forgotten a few drunk kebabs in our time. But we’d always put that down to the booze. However scientists have shocked us to our core. They have discovered that fast food may be responsible for rotting our brains and damaging our memories. Well burger that. It sometimes seems as if everything good in this world can cause us harm. We say everything in moderation is still the key. Now, where did we put our keys? Blast off.. WILLIAM Shatner has hit back at Prince William for questioning his trip into space. He’ll boldly go where he damn well wants to, all right Willy? shows THAT UNCANNILY PREDICT FUTURE Fortune teller vision ★IT’S the hit cartoon which spookily predicted Donald Trump’s presidency, an Ebola outbreak and Lady Gaga’s Super Bowl performance, as well as scientists discovering the Higgs boson particle. Now a top casino firm is looking to pay a fan of The Simpsons £5,000 to watch the every episode and see if they can work out what else is going to happen in the future, as we reported yesterday. ★But it’s not the only show whose makers appear to have a crystal ball, as JAMES MOORE reveals… Star Trek: An episode of the sci-fi series starring William Shatner as Captain James T. Kirk sees the crew of the USS Enterprise travel back in time to 1969 during a manned lunar mission. Uncannily, the show went out two years before Apollo 11 really did land the first man on the Moon. Quantum Leap: Time travel was the central theme of the US show and a 1990 scene saw character Al watching the 1996 Super Bowl, with the Pittsburgh Steelers down by three points. During the actual match the team really did go three points down to eventual winners the Dallas Cowboys. Friends: It’s the one from 2003 where Ross shows Chandler a new website designed just for college students where you can “post messages for people” and “let everyone know what you’re up to.” Facebook started the following year as a social media site for Harvard college students. Family Guy: A 2009 episode of the cartoon saw character Stewie reveal that Keeping Up With The Kardashians star Bruce Jenner is actually “a woman.” Six years later, Jenner came out as trans woman Caitlyn. Supernatural: 11 years before the coronavirus pandemic struck, the American fantasy drama saw character Dean sent to the future where the “Croatoan virus” had caused havoc and everyone hoarding toilet paper. The Thick of It: The BBC political comedy, famous for character Malcolm Tucker’s ■TERRIFYING: Spy drama Spooks featured bomb before 7/7 ■CREEPY: A janitor on Scrubs located Osama Bin Laden sweary rants, saw fictional policies made on the hoof becoming reality such as pet Asbos, while a national spare room database was echoed by the “bedroom tax”. Black Mirror: An episode of Charlie Brooker’s series in 2011 featured a fictional PM forced to have sex with a pig on TV. In 2015 Lord Ashcroft claimed real premier David Cameron once put his privates in a dead pig’s mouth for ■FACT OR FICTION: Lone Gunmen had ‘9/11’ plot ■BIZARRE: Star Trek saw the Moon landing coming ■ OH, MAN!: Family Guy foretold Bruce Jenner transition a college initiation ceremony. The Tory leader denied it. The X-Files: When the pilot of its spin-off conspiracy show The Lone Gunmen aired in March 2001 it featured a plot involving the flying of a hijacked plane into New York’s World Trade Center – six months before 9/11. Scrubs: In a 2007 episode of US hospital comedy, the janitor says he thinks US authorities should look for Al-Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden in Pakistan, not Afghanistan. Creepily that’s just where he was found in 2011. Spooks: In early 2005, an episode of the BBC spy drama was filmed featuring an imagined terrorist bombing on the London Underground. On July 7, terror bombings hit the network killing 52 people. When the series aired later that year it had to carry a disclaimer. DS1ST

DS1ST DAILY STAR, Saturday, October 16, 2021 7 KIRK TELLS WILLS: MEGA-RICH: Shy Couple ‘set for billion dollars’ A PUBLICITY-shy couple could easily become a “billion dollar brand”. PR guru Andrew Bloch believes the pair will soon be “the world’s richest personal brand”. He estimated their combined net worth is already £250million following “a number of lucrative business deals and personal endorsements”. Bloch – branding expert and founder of Frank PR – said: “They are really making the most of their newfound status. Becoming a billion dollar brand is certainly not out of the question. Sky is limitless.” The pair landed a megadeal last September when they signed a £110m multiyear contract with Netflix. The duo, who quit their Royal duties to move to the US in 2020, then bagged an £18m deal with Spotify. ●THE Queen has been ordered by royal doctors to quit drinking, it has been claimed. Her Majesty, 95, is believed to enjoy a dry Martini before tea and the odd glass of champagne. FACT OF Egypt is considered to be one of the oldest countries in the world and was first settled around 6000 BC. THE DAY Jupiter moon’s life sign PERSISTENT water has been found on one of Jupiter’s moons – meaning it could harbour alien life. Nasa’s Hubble Space Telescope captured vapour covering a large part of ice moon Europa. It was confirmed in 2013, but this new find shows it to be more prevalent. Lorenz Roth, of KTH Royal Institute of Technology, said: “The observation advances our understanding of the atmospheres of icy moons.” You’re illogical phoebe is all action ★Phoebe Waller-Bridge takes a minute from fighting off bad guys alongside co-star Harrison Ford during a break from filming Indiana Jones 5. The actress, 36, sat down with the Hollywood superstar in full archaeology attire, including stone-coloured breeches and boots, while on set in Sicily. ★Phoebe plays the adventurer’s assistant in what will be the 79-year-old’s final outing as Indiana. Pictures: MEGA ENVIRONMENT: Prince ■■ by Simon Hamalienko STAR Trek legend William Shatner has hit back at Prince William in a row over climate change and the billionaire space race. The Duke of Cambridge blasted wealthy people who spend billions on space exploits rather than saving the planet. But Shatner, who became the oldest man to fly into space this week at the age of 90, said: “He’s a lovely, gentle, educated man, but he’s got the wrong idea.” Polluting Shatner believes his trip on Blue Origin’s New Shepard rocket, right, was the start of a revolution towards getting polluting industries away from Earth. He claims the planet would be able to repair itself naturally while supplying our food, energy and industrial needs from space. He said: “This is a baby step into the idea of getting industry up there, so that all those polluting industries, especially, for example, the industries that make electricity, off of Earth.” Shatner, who played Trek’s Captain Kirk, had an 11-minute flight on a craft paid for by Amazon chairman Jeff Bezos. Sir Richard Branson and Elon Musk have also made their first moves into space exploration in a battle of one-upmanship. The Star Says: Page 6 news@dailystar.co.uk POTENTIAL: Shatner ‘Dirty industry can be sent into space’ To goad-ly blow... ACTOR George Takei reopened his long-running feud with former Star Trek colleague William Shatner. Takei, 84, said he was unimpressed by the trip into space. The Hikaru Sulu star said: “He’s boldly going where other people have gone before. He’s a guinea pig, 90 years old, and it’s important to find out what happens.”

8 DAILY STAR, Saturday, October 16, 2021 DS1ST 5m illegal fags seized More than five million illegal cigarettes were seized from shops in the first six months of this year. It costs taxpayers around £2.3billion a year, say trading standards officers. ‘Good diet beats pills’ TAKING high doses of supplements can increase risk of disease. NHS experts said a good diet should give you enough of a nutrient such as calcium. CHAPLIN ‘GROOMED WIFE AGED JUST 12’ MOVIE icon Charlie Chaplin groomed his wife when she was just 12, a new documentary claims. The Real Charlie Chaplin says the silent film star had seduced second wife Lita Grey by the age of 15. He married her at 16 when ■■ by Aaron Tinney she fell pregnant and her mum threatened to call police. Grey eventually divorced Chaplin after accusing him of cruelty and “revolting, degrading and offensive” behaviour. James Spinney, who directed the new film, said: “Lita’s story raises questions not just about Chaplin’s behaviour, but also about how the media and political establishment create a culture of impunity for powerful people.” He added that it was “crucial” the film gave a “voice” to the teenagers bedded by the fourtimes wed Modern Times actor. Chaplin bragged he slept with at least 2,000 women, and married two other teenagers and a 22-year-old woman. Last night his family said the film was “trying to create scandals from the past”. His granddaughter Kiera, 39, added: “It was a different time with different mentalities.” Chaplin, who grew up in crippling poverty, died of a stroke aged 88 in 1977. news@dailystar.co.uk Picture: GETTY Gaga’s causing a flap! ■■ by ANDREW JAMESON ★LADY Gaga brings out her inner Big Bird as she puts on a glamorous display to wow fans. The pop megastar wore a feathery pink dress, which had a look of the Sesame Street character, during her Jazz & Piano residency. The 35-year-old was back at ★ Park MGM in Las Vegas after nearly two years away and is set to bank close to £1million per night. We know who wore it better... You stole my look

DS1ST tops for TV DAILY STAR, Saturday, October 16, 2021 9 tops for TV TARGETED: Donnelly Dec car rob plot Flaming disaster for Dev ★CORRIE star Jimmi Harkishin got a “younger and much better looking” stuntman to take over for his big explosion. As part of its Horror Nation Street shockers next week, viewers will see the devoted dad head off on a trip with teen twins Aadi and Asha (Adam Hussain and Tanisha ■■ by PETER DYKE Gorey). However, as a violent storm hits, he loses his way and a prison van carrying evil drug lord Harvey Gaskell (Will Mellor) smashes into his vehicle. ★Injured Dev Alahan (Harkishin) manages to get out of the burning car and has to choose which child to save before the motor bursts into flames. Dev, below, opts for daughter Asha, while son Aadi remains trapped. ★Actor Jimmi, 56, said of the thrilling scenes: “I watched it from a distance and the stunt guy, who was taller, younger and much better looking than me, did an amazing job. It was jaw-dropping.” A MAN admitted plotting to steal luxury vehicles, including one belonging to Declan Donnelly. Alfie Chandler, 18, from Hounslow, west London, admitted conspiring to steal the cars. I’m A Celeb host Dec’s black Range Rover was among £750,000 worth of high-value vehicles allegedly targeted, Kingston Crown Court heard. Police were called to Dec’s home as he and his family slept but no vehicle was taken. Tommy Hutchinson, also 18, from Feltham, west London, pleaded not guilty. He will stand trial with other defendants next year. PALS: Tom and Eddie Tom’s a leg-end Tom Hiddleston had to play the right leg of an elephant which was carrying Eddie Redmayne in a play. The Avengers actor, 40, and Redmayne, 39, are close friends after being Eton schoolboys together. And Loki star Hiddleston joked: “There was a production at school where I had a small role and he had one of the leading roles. “One of my jobs was to play the right leg of an elephant he was riding on – which is something I still remind him of.” ■VIEWERS have scored a victory over the BBC after it upheld complaints over images of Christian Eriksen at Euro 2020. The Beeb’s Executive Complaints Unit says shots of the Denmark star, who went into cardiac arrest during the game, breached guidelines on potentially offensive material. OOH, DOCTOR! 65, from Pirates Of The BLAKE’S HEAVEN: Star ■■ by Aaron Tinney THE Inbetweeners’ Blake Harrison is joining Doctor Who days after saying he was battling to be considered a serious actor. Show bosses are refusing to say whether he will play a human or a monster in the upcoming series of the BBC sci-fi favourite. Blake, 36 – best known for playing hapless Neil in the Channel 4 comedy – said: “It’s a pleasure to be a part of this huge show that has such a passionate fan base. “I hope all the Doctor Who fans enjoy the new series and my role in it.” Blake is best-known for his Inbetweeners Neil lands Who role part in The Inbetweeners playing the dopey best pal of Jay (James Buckley) and famed for his sweary catchphrases including “Briefcase w****r ”. The dad-of-two has since taken a string of theatre roles, and this week said he wanted any part that stopped him being typecast as a “dumb Cockney in a comedy”. Other guest actors joining Doctor Who actor Jodie Whittaker, 39, for the new series include Line Of Duty’s Craig Parkinson, 45, Britannia actor Gerald Kyd, 48, and Kevin McNally, Caribbean. The latest Doctor Who series is back on TV from October 31 and the BBC says it will feature a bunch of new villainous creatures. It will be Whittaker’s last run as the Doctor, which she has played since 2017. Writer Russell T Davies, 58, is to make his return as showrunner in 2023 with a new actor in the part to ■ ■HAVING A BLAST: Dev is thrown back as car bursts into flames celebrate the show’s 60th anniversary. MOVING ON: news@ Whittaker dailystar.co.uk

10 DAILY STAR, Saturday, October 16, 2021 DS1ST WHAT do you ★ get if you cross a chicken with a fox? A fox. ★ Jacksonville Jaguars should maul the Miami Dolphins in the NFL game at the Tottenham Stadium tomorrow: Betway – 27-20 Wardy’s WAGERS BE by JOHN WARD Arabian might I HEAR Itatibus the repelis crown es prince ipsameturio. of Saudi Arabia Ceariorestis asked et for quae a new eum castle et et but et moles ended autam up que with nonestis a Premier aut prenimus League aute football prorum team. rerfercipit ut quodit velias eria dignatent I reckon eseceario his club NEWCASTLE bea doloreperum United lautem fuga. will Ut beat et fugiaturi Tottenham consequ Hotspur asperro ommosan at 4.30pm dignimagnis tomorrow: corero William mod quibus, Hill consendio – 13-5 con conest, quia ACE: CAPTN: Callum Wilson hdsgf ODDS Tae et adiorum aut dero mod quo doluptas volute plic te nobitat omnis et aut ut pro blaborernam, volut aut este posseque ped quiant, quati imus, es et ommolore enis etur rem quidunt oreperi ditat re de lic te q I CAN’T begin to tell you how much I regret buying the flat above Lionel Richie. Dance on the ceiling with a bet on DRAGON SYMBOL in the Qipco Sprint Stakes at 2pm at Ascot: Bet365 – 9-2 SPOT A TWITT... Fancy getting on a winner? Then follow Wardy’s Wagers on Twitter @StupidPunt. Pier and there WHICH Buscias body quiscid part magnitat is most et lit reliable? acerund anihicit You can reprat always lati voluptatqui count sundiciis on your eum fingers. rentia doluptat accabores Rely on PALACE de alit et, con pre modit atur PIER aut vollam in the fuga. Queen Fici conectotam, Elizabeth quate voluptatquae II Stakes at ni conesequam 3.10pm vendit atur? Ascot: Betway Ucid que – 13-8 plicipsam, simagna TIPPED: CAPTN: Palace Pier hdsgf British Monster Pumpkin Extra Large Milk Chocolate Balls In store now Vampire Teeth British Large Pumpkin £1 .99 Each ■ OUT OF THIS WORLD: Trueshan. Below, William Shatner and crew on Jeff Bezos’ spaceship 99 p Each £1 .19 200g 99 p 200g Pumpkin Patch Cakes TRUESHAN’s Halloween Cupcake Platter lidl.co.uk/halloween Top P ick £3 .49 672g £1 .99 4 pack While stocks last. Subject to availability. Selected stores. Excludes ROI & NI. Packaging, sizes & measurements may vary. Decorative items not included. Prices correct at time of going to print & valid for a limited period only. Halloween Milk Chocolate Balls, 200g, 59.5p/100g. Halloween Vampire Teeth, 200g, 49.5p/100g. Rowan Hill Halloween Cupcake Platter, 672g, 29p/cake. British Monster Pumpkin, Each, £1.99/pumpkin. British Large Pumpkin, Each, 99p/pumpkin. Cadbury Pumpkin Patch Cakes, 4 pack, 49.8p/cake. TRUE ROCKET A Star-tip Enterprise What is E.T. short for? He has little legs. I wonder if William Shatner came across any little green men on his short trip into space? I must say there was a hell of a lot of build up to the launch and it ended with just a few minutes of action. Sounds like the story of my love-life. I heard they told TV’s Captain Kirk if his seat belt didn’t work during the trip then he needed to Klingon. I’ve always loved Shatner. I made a fool of myself when I met him at my first Star Trek convention as I was dressed as Chewbacca. It was a Wookie mistake. And my girlfriend made a right mess of the place after spitting out her Captain Kirk latte. All I said was William Shatner coffee. I once tried to get into the VIP area of another Star Trek convention disguised as the chief medical officer of the USS Enterprise. But the bouncer threw me out as he didn’t believe I was the real McCoy. I’m going to the next one with an extra ear taped on my forehead. So I will have a left ear, a right ear and a final front ear. Shatner took the space flight thanks to Amazon billionaire Jeff Bezos. Bezos has previously been up to space in his rocket, which was described as just a giant d**k flying through the sky. Oh, and the rocket was penis-shaped as well. On his journey Bezos was forced to stay inside a small metal room and p*** in a tube. Now he knows what it feels like to work in one of his warehouses. Back on Earth there is some out of the world horse racing action at Champions Day at Ascot today. Take off with a winner with a bet on TRUESHAN in the first race: Bet Victor – 6-4

DS1ST DAILY STAR, Saturday, October 16, 2021 11 Dogging Big Baps outrage PETS: Accessories Poppy gear for pups in tribute ■■ by CATHERINE WOODING REMEMBRANCE accessories for pets have been launched to help support this year’s poppy appeal. As the Royal British Legion marks its centenary, Pets At Home has released a range of poppy gear to help raise funds. From collar charms to bandanas, the collection will raise money for the armed forces community. All profits will be donated to help their work in providing support for servicemen and women, veterans and their families. Peter Pritchard, of Pets At Home, said: “We are proud to be supporting the Royal British Legion for the fourth year running and feel honoured to raise money and awareness for such a worthy cause, especially as 2021 is the charity’s centenary. “Every poppy counts and all items sold will make a real difference to the lives of the armed forces community who have given so much for their country.” WORD OF Embellish: To make something more appealing or attractive with fanciful or decorative details. THE DAY Fear’s a factor in hol hunt PEOPLE fear they are too soft for adventure breaks. Even though half of the public want to try daredevil trips they do not think they measure up to Bear Gryllsstyle explorers. Instead, they are choosing food-tasting events, cooking and evening classes, according to a study by Crystal Ski Holidays. Chris Logan, of the firm, said: “People want to enjoy life and it goes to show there’s no such thing as a typical adventurer.” CAN’T SEE ME KEEF! Pictures: TRIANGLE; REUTERS Wind your neck in, Jagger my g-riff is way better ★THIS lippy giraffe is the spitting image of Rolling Stones rocker Mick Jagger. The long-necked creature gets loads of satisfaction from eating. ★And the doppelganger for the 78-year-old legend makes sure his teeth aren’t out front. Meanwhile, in new book Unzipped, Sir Mick says he’s forgetting the band’s history: “The past is the past. I’m interested in doing new things.” CO-OWNERS: Sharon Wherrett, right, with sister Amanda GAY SEX VENUE NEXT TO TRUCKERS’ CAFE ■■ by Phoebe Fuller Doggers are romping next to a café called Big Baps. Co-owner Sharon Wherrett says she’s plagued by naked blokes gathering yards from where she serves lorry drivers their fry-ups. She sees “two or three doggers, guaranteed” every morning and the nearby lay-by is littered with bin bags full of used condoms. Sharon said: “Most people think it’s funny, but it’s really seedy. There’s a charity that puts condoms and lube in the trees. “My daughter’s 21 and she came over and said: ‘Mum I’ve just seen a dogger.’ I said to her: ‘It could have been a fisherman.’ And she said: ‘Mum he had his penis in his hand’. They just walk around naked.”” Sharon says she has repeatedly reported the issue to the police, but things have got so bad she warns people who go walking in the area. She said: “Families want to walk down there and we have to warn them, ‘Actually no, it’s a male BUNS OF FUN: Eaterie dogging site down there,’ and we get homophobic comments. It’s just terrible.” The fed-up boss of the eaterie off the M62 near Brighouse, West Yorks, also claims their outdoor romps are hitting her business. “The truckers who do manage to park there on a night get propositioned. They knock on the cab and say: ‘Dya fancy a bit?’” news@dailystar.co.uk Clinton in hospital BILL Clinton is recovering in hospital from suspected sepsis. The former US President was in intensive care with what is believed to be a urinary tract infection. His spokesperson, Angel Urena said he is “on the mend” and “in good spirits”. He added: “He is incredibly thankful to doctors, nurses and staff providing him with excellent care”. A statement from his doctors said the 75-year-old, who led the country from 1993 to 2001, was “responding to antibiotics well”.

12 DAILY STAR, Saturday, October 16, 2021 Elton one! CONGRATS to Elton John who climbs ★ (slowly and carefully) to No1 with his mash-up Dua Lipa collab Cold Heart. Elts, who has undergone hip surgery, took a ★ moment during his recovery to celebrate his success. That’s Dua’s third chart-topper. TOP • 10 • SINGLES 1 (2) COLD HEART Elton John and Dua Lipa 2 (1) SHIVERS Ed Sheeran 3 (3) LOVE NWANTITI Ckay 4 (-) BOYZ Jesy Nelson ft Nicki Minaj 5 (5) HEAT WAVES Glass Animals 6 (4) OBSESSED WITH YOU Central Cee 7 (7) INDUSTRY BABY Lil Nas X & Jack Harlow 8 (6) BAD HABITS Ed Sheeran 9 (8) OUT OUT Joel Corry/Jones/Charli XCX 10 (9) HAPPIER THAN EVER Billie Eilish TOP • 10 • ALBUMS 1 (-) SEVENTEEN GOING UNDER Sam Fender 2 (4) CERTIFIED LOVER BOY Drake 3 (5) SOUR Olivia Rodrigo 4 (-) FRIENDS THAT BREAK YOUR HEART J Blake 5 (10) PLANET HER Doja Cat 6 (27) 25 Adele 7 (12) WE’RE ALL ALONE IN THIS TOGETHER Dave 8 (13) DIVIDE Ed Sheeran 9 (1) TALES FROM THE SCRIPT – HITS The Script 10 (11) Montero Lil Nas X THE Beatles have officially joined social media platform TikTok! Nearly 60 years after scoring their first No1, fans on TikTok will now be able to follow @TheBeatles, an account dedicated to the Fab Four’s legacy. WORLD YOUNG THUG’s new album Punk boasts huge guests, alive and dead. Drake, J. Cole, Travis Scott, the late Mac Miller, Future, the late Juice WRLD, A$AP Rocky, Post Malone and Doja Cat all feature. WORLD COME BACK TO MI PLACE... DS1ST HER party dress is well and truly on, because Miley Cyrus is promising a big surprise. The star took to social media to tease a big announcement inviting fans to the “Ultimate Miley Party” if they sign up to her website. Here’s hoping she’s not a modern day Pied Piper. For over 20 years we’ve been telling anyone who’ll listen to switch their energy deal. We even named ourselves ‘Uswitch’. But as you’ll no doubt have heard, there’s an energy crisis going on. Which no one needs right now, especially with winter on the way. The recent increase in the energy price cap means that energy bills for many households around Britain are going up. So you’re probably wondering what to do. For most people, energy suppliers still can’t offer much in the way of cheaper deals right now. So today our advice is the same as it was two weeks ago… stay put. But we’re still here to help as much as we possibly can. If you head to uswitch.com/stayput we have advice on what this means for you, as well as some simple tips to keep your bills down this winter. And when the time’s right to switch energy again, we’ll be on hand to help. It’s probably time (your energy right now) Lourding it up HAVING Madonna as your mum isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. Eldest daughter Lourdes Leon told Interview magazine: “My mum is such a control freak and she has controlled me my whole life. I needed to be completely independent from her as soon as I graduated high school.” The 25-year-old added: “We don’t get any handouts in my family.” GOT A STORY? Call us on

DS1ST JAMES CABOOTER’s Go easy on me: Adele with SAM MAYERS I GOT SO SCARED AND LOST MY WAY ‘Sorry Peppa Pig’ SHOWBIZ’S most-bizarre fallout has been resolved after Adele apologised to Peppa Pig for dissing her earlier in the week. Addressing the cartoon piglet on Roman Kemp’s Capital Breakfast show, she quipped: “Peppa I spent three years watching you! “I deeply regret it, anytime you want to go jumping in muddy puddles and singing in muddy puddles, I’m with you babes. “I felt terrible the second I said it!” DAILY STAR, Saturday, October 16, 2021 13 ★ ADELE’s comeback single got the seal of approval from BFF Drake before anyone else. She told Capital: “I played it to Drake last year. I was like, ‘Do you think this is what TRAVEL AMERICANS can’t make tea according to Adele: “The dairy is different. You know the cows. “I’ve got PG tips all the time, I carry them in my handbag!” WORLD people want?’ And he was like, ‘Absolutely’.” Drake showed ★ his support on Instagram, gushing: “One of my best friends in the world just dropped a single.” VIENNA CHRISTMAS MARKETS SHE’S finally back, but for a long time Adele was frightened of music after losing her way. Following a five-year wait piano ballad Easy On Me arrived yesterday – and it was a long journey to get here. Adele explained: “I definitely feel like I lost sight of and lost the appreciation of what a gift it is to be into music and be able to make it. I think I got a bit frightened of it for a while and it really took care of me, big time. “Not just making this record, but diving back into old records of other people’s that I loved. “It brought so much joy to my life being able to listen to music and wail at the top of my lungs along to me own bloody songs as I was writing them.” The new album is dedicated to her young son Angelo but details her divorce and personal rebirth. She said: “I don’t know what my outlet would have been had I not had music. “I’m really proud of it and I feel like I can’t unlock a door for my ‘No world tour’ A world tour has been ruled out by Adele, who revealed: “I don’t have any solid plans because of Covid. “It’s so hard to plan a global tour or a global thing, in person and stuff like that. “But I’ll be doing something or other. I think I’ll be busking in the Tube.” own mental health and take the key with me. I’ve got to leave it in the door for everyone else and I’m in a strong place now where I feel like I can put that vulnerability out.” Only producers Greg Kurstin, Max Martin and Inflo were allowed into Adele’s inner sanctum, but it was fellow north Londoner Inflo with whom she bonded most: “He asked me questions that no-one would ever bloody dare… “But it would start with five-, six-hour therapy sessions and he would get a feeling out of me that I had no idea was even in me.” Easy On Me is classic soulbaring Adele, but she promises bigger surprises for the next two singles. Adele told Zoe Ball’s Radio 2 Breakfast Show: “I got very into Goldfrapp and I was like, ‘I can do this music too!’ And there’s another one that’s very 70s, piano singer-songwritery. Just very Carpenters, very Elton.” Hear Adele’s interview on The Zoe Ball Breakfast Show on BBC Radio 2 and BBC Sounds. Angelo upstart THERE’S no chance of Adele getting too big for her boots because her nineyear-old son Angelo dishes out regular reality checks. “He ain’t bothered by me at all,” she told Fleur East on Hits Radio. “He’s into gamers. He was telling me how many YouTube followers I have is nowhere near as many as the big gamers. “I was like, ‘OK cheers kid, thanks for that’.” 020 8612 7453 or email james.cabooter@dailystar.co.uk This 3 star hotel is located in the city centre of Vienna and was established in 1985. It is only 550 yards away from Mariahilfer Straße, Vienna’s largest shopping street. The stop of the Hop On Hop Off Tour Bus (red line) is right outside the hotel. The Hotel has a restaurant and a cafe-bar (which is open 24 hours a day). WiFi is free everywhere International food is served at the spacious La Table restaurant. Buffet breakfast is available from the early hours until midday. DATES PRICES PRICE INCLUDES • Return flights from various UK airports • 3 nights’ accomodation stay at the Ibis Wien Mariahilf • Daily breakfast • ATOL Protected 3 NIGHTS FROM £229 PER PERSON November December January 22 February 22 March 22 April 22 May 22 June 22 July 22 £229pp £229pp £229pp £229pp £229pp £249pp £239pp £249pp £229pp To book call now on 0203 370 1841 www.jetlineholidays.com Prices are subje c t to availabilit y and change. O f fer and prices can b e withdrawn at any time without any notice. Prices are per person based on t wo sharing a room. Book with confidence we provide financial protection for your money when you book with us. The Jetline Holidays terms and conditions apply. ATOL protected 6153 - all flight-inclusive packages are ATOL protected. Calls cost 7pence per minute plus your phone company’s access charge.

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DS1ST ON THIS DAY IN HISTORY October 16 ■■ by JAMES MOORE ❑1 year ago… Manchester snubs Boris The Daily Star reports that mayor Andy Burnham, inset, unanimously rejects a tier three lockdown for Manchester without extra funding. ❑20 years ago… Email blunder Government adviser Jo Moore apologises for sending an email on the day of the 9/11 terror attacks suggesting it was a good day to “bury” bad news. ❑25 years ago… Gun laws The Government announces plans to outlaw almost all handguns following the Dunblane massacre at a school in which Thomas Hamilton killed 16 children and a teacher. ❑34 years ago… Great Storm devastates A night of 100mph winds blows down 15million trees and leaves 18 dead. Weather forecaster Michael Fish had famously quashed rumours of a hurricane. ❑43 years ago… New Pope elected Polish-born Pope John Paul II, inset, becomes the first non-Italian pontiff since the 16th century, and would continue until his death in 2005 aged 84. ❑49 years ago… Dale debuts Emmerdale, set in a fictional village in Yorkshire, is broadcast on ITV for the first time. ❑53 years ago… Black Power salute At the medal ceremony for the 200m final at the Olympic Games in Mexico, African-American athletes Tommie Smith and John Carlos raise a black-gloved fist during the US national anthem. ❑63 years ago… Blue Peter hits box The children’s magazine programme, below, is broadcast on the BBC for the first time and would go on to become one of the UK’s longest-running telly shows. ❑71 years ago… Narnia book published The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe, by CS Lewis, hits shelves – the first in his The Chronicles Of Narnia series. ❑75 years ago… Nuremberg hangings Following the Nuremberg Trials, 10 senior Nazis are executed. ❑167 years ago… Oscar Wilde born The Irishman would go on to become a renowned poet and playwright. His plays include The Importance Of Being Earnest. ❑228 years ago… Marie Antoinette executed Following the French Revolution, the former queen is found guilty of treason and guillotined. ★ CRISTIANO Ronaldo poses in his own-brand underpants with a cuppa in hand. The football star, 36, captioned the post: “Morning essentials: coffee and motivation.” But he was trolled by his ★ Manchester United teammate David de Gea, 30, who wrote: “Are you sure [it] is coffee?” followed by two laughing emojis. Meanwhile their Old Trafford colleague Jesse Lingard, 28, has splashed out £25,000 on a crystal-encrusted toy car. He bought the electric scale ★ model of the E-type Jaguar for daughter Hope’s third birthday. DAILY STAR, Saturday, October 16, 2021 15 RON SO PERKY in HIS PANTS Oh burger! Fast food slows brain WRONG ORDER: Greasy burger ■■ by JOE MORGAN READY meals and fast food can lead to memory loss. A diet of processed grub, such as burgers, crisps and deli meats containing preservatives, has been linked to forgetfulness in older brains. Researchers have warned the amygdala, the part of the brain which BEER lovers face forking out more after drinks firms announced price hikes. Suppliers of top-selling lagers like Carlsberg, Amstel, Becks and Birra Moretti will increase costs by 3.5% from POOR DIET HITS MEMORY regulates fear, is also affected by a bad diet, meaning danger could be missed – leading to bad decisions. Study author Dr Ruth Barrientos said: “These findings indicate that consumption of a processed diet can Price of pint topped up November. A spokeswoman for drinks giant C&C Group blamed the effect of the pandemic plus supply chain issues. She added: “We have had to take the decision to increase prices.” produce abrupt memory deficits – and in the ageing population, memory decline has a greater likelihood of progressing into Alzheimer’s.” The analysis, at Ohio State University Institute for Behavioural Medicine Research, found the memory issues did not occur when supplemented with Omega-3 fatty acid DHA – found in fish. Dr Barrientos added: “A better bet to prevent negative effects is overall diet improvement.” The Star Says: Page 6 news@dailystar.co.uk

DS1ST Tip of the week Don’t forget that if you have a pumpkin this year be careful how you recycle it. Squirrels and birds enjoy the leftovers, but they can make hedgehogs unwell. Make sure you don’t leave them on the ground. pumpkins Carrying on our spooky season, I’m going to talk about the humble pumpkin. This strange vegetable has become exclusively associated with Halloween, and not just because it is ripe at the right time. Let’s dive into the facts about this charming squash and find out why it is the staple of every middle-aged woman’s Instagram account in October. The pumpkin as we know it isn’t a unique plant in its own right, rather it’s a few specific “breeds” of the winter squash. There isn’t any difference on a biological level between a pumpkin and a squash, except that we traditionally only call the round and orange kinds pumpkins and the others squash. The word pumpkin apparently evolved from the old Greek word for melon, which makes a little sense. The word squash comes from a Native American word. on the wild side With Lily Woods Spooky squash A native of Mexico, the pumpkin is one of the oldest cultivated plants on the planet. Over the years they spread across the Americas, being used as food before Europeans got hold of them. An Irish folk tale tells of an evil man called Stingy Jack whose soul was trapped in a carved turnip by the devil. Turnips and swedes were carved at Halloween in Britain and Ireland after that, but when the Irish settlers made their way to the Americas they found pumpkins easier to carve. The rest is history. Now 20million tonnes of pumpkins are grown across the world every year with most sold for carving. Despite much of it going to waste, every part of a pumpkin is edible, however. Net chats ave teen Tourette’s g MADI GETS ‘COPYCAT’ TICS A MUM fears her daughter “caught” Tourette’s from social media. Melanie Collins said 17-year-old Madi’s tics “came from nowhere” and left her in hospital unable to breathe. The teenager has daily episodes where she constantly repeats phrases, punches herself and her hands become locked. Madi said: “There will be days where I can barely walk a few steps without falling over.” Melanie, 47, discovered other girls at Madi’s college ■■ by nia price girls. Melanie said experts believe that watching other youngsters with Tourette’s on social media sites was “a probable cause”. They fear that “people are going on there to highlight their tics and that’s starting off other kids to have it”. It comes after psychiatrists in Germany claimed a rise in tics in teenage girls there had “spread solely via social media”. Melanie, of Clacton- have developed on-Sea, Essex, is now similar symptoms. urging parents whose And UK hospitals children have had have reported similar experiences an increase in TICS: Madi and Melanie to come forward. tics in teenage news@dailystar.co.uk

DS1ST It’s girls allowed at choir WOMEN and girls will be able to become choristers at a top college after a 350-year-old ban was axed. St John’s College choir at Cambridge University is to end its all-male tradition, which has existed since it formed in 1670. Head of music Andrew Nethsingha said it was a “great and historic day”. College master Heather Hancock added: “This pioneering step will continue the distinctive tradition of choral excellence at St John’s and honours the college’s overarching commitment to equality.” Pass go granny A GRANNY is travelling across the country on her free bus pass. Penny Ibbott, 75, from Bosham, West Sussex, has been through Sussex, Kent, Essex, Suffolk, Norfolk and Lincolnshire and is now heading to the north-east. She expects the 2,200- mile trip around England to take six weeks. DAILY STAR, Saturday, October 16, 2021 17 NIKE’S KILLER BOSS ■ DARK SIDE: Larry Shot dead teenaged stranger A TOP boss at Nike has admitted shooting dead a teenager when he was 16. Larry Miller said he was a “straightup gangbanger” while growing up. The sports giant executive claimed he blasted Edward Wight, 18, to death in 1965 as retribution for a previous killing of a pal. The 72-year- Ref, that’s a straight Red! ★YOU tell the kids not to hoof it and then this happens. This junior match was brought to a halt by a bellowing spectator. Giedrius Stakauskas, 45, captured the moment the fully grown red deer halted the game at Bushy Park Sports Club in Teddington, south-west London. ★He said: “People watching were amazed. The deer was on the pitch for around 10 minutes.” ■ by LEIGH McMANUS old told how he borrowed a gun from his girlfriend, drank a bottle of wine and went to look for a rival gang. He then shot and killed the first person he saw in Philadelphia, US. Miller said: “We were all drunk. I was in a haze. Once it kind of set in, I was like, ‘Oh, s***, what have I done?’ It took years for me to understand the real impact of what I had done.” Miller, who runs Nike’s Jordan brand, admitted the killing and was jailed. He went public ahead of his upcoming book Jump: My Secret Journey From The Streets To The Boardroom as it was “eating me up”. news@dailystar.co.uk

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DS1ST DAILY STAR, Saturday, October 16, 2021 19 Ape’s lifeline gets the chop ★ A HEARTBROKEN orangutan is left stumped after realising its precious habitat has been chopped down. The great ape looked distraught while taking a seat next to the fallen trees as it relies on them to ■■ by ANDY CRICK live, feeding on fruits and slurping water from holes in the bark. ★Canada’s Thomas Vijayan earned a special mention at the Nature Conservancy’s photo contest for his image in Borneo. SMASH HIT: Daniel Fans in special Bond JAMES Bond has been voted the No1 Hollywood franchise by film buffs. Almost one in five (16%) said the 007 flicks were the best, while Harry Potter came second with 13% and Indiana Jones third (12%). Star Wars (11.9%) and Lord Of The Rings (11.2%) completed the top five. Other movie series that rated high in the poll by Showcase Cinemas were Toy Story (9%), Pirates Of The Caribbean (7.9%) and Jurassic Park (7.7%). It comes as the latest Bond film, No Time To Die – Daniel Craig’s last as the special agent – did well at the box office. It took £25.9million in its opening weekend – his best-ever outing as the spy. Mark Barlow, of Showcase Cinemas, said: “It’s tough to choose a favourite. However, with No Time To Die proving to be a boxoffice smash, it comes as no surprise James Bond films have been crowned the UK’s favourite.” Ghost is shocker A ghost hunter says a spirit was filmed giving him an electric shock. Tony Ferguson recorded a zapping sound and chilling laughter as he got a shock to his hand at electricity-free Fort Gilkicker in Gosport, Hants. Tony, 37, said: “The team wanted to get out of there... so we had to leave.” OGGYNESS MONSTER! ■■ by JERRY LAWTON CORNWALL has its own “Loch Ness Monster”, according to locals. Reported sightings of a mystical creature off the English coast are on the rise – leading some to believe the existence of a legendary Cornish long-necked “sea giant” called Morgawr. Only grainy photos exist as possible evidence but some locals are convinced the beast is real. Joan Hawthorne said: “Scotland has cashed in for years on the Loch Ness Monster. Maybe we should start doing the same in Cornwall?” John Holmes, who worked at London’s Natural History Museum, said: “I think there is a group of plesiosaurs. All around Britain there have been sightings of sea serpents.” But Nottingham Natural History Museum’s Dr Adam Smith said: “Unfortunately living plesiosaurs almost certainly do not exist today.” jerry.lawton@dailystar.co.uk Legendary sea giant stalks Cornish coast CALLING ALL INDEPENDENT RETAILERS! START YOUR LOCAL TO NATIONAL SALES JOURNEY WITH A 14-DAY FREE TRIAL For 2-week free promo. T&C’s apply. Account can be closed before trial ends. Standard account fees apply after trial period JOIN US AND HELP THE NATION SHOP LOCAL THE ONLINE MARKETPLACE only for independent bricks and mortar retailers WE CATER FOR EVERYTHING from fashion to furniture, electronics to kitchen essentials VAST AND VARIED CUSTOMER BASE committed to supporting the local high street SCAN OR VISIT: WWW.DOWNYOURHIGHSTREET.CO.UK/STAR2FREE LOW COMMISSION and fast payments

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22 DAILY STAR, Saturday, October 16, 2021 SINGER FIGHTING FOR A FAIR CHER Cher is suing her former husband Sonny’s widow. Pop legend Cher, 75, has filed paperwork in Los Angeles against Mary Bono claiming she withheld royalties from her hits with Sonny during the 1960s such as I Got You Babe and The Beat Goes On. The icon – who divorced Sonny in 1975 – wants ■■ by ANDREW JAMESON $1million in damages. Mary Bono, through the Bono Collection Trust, told Cher she would be cut off from royalties last month. The “notice of termination” stunned Cher, as she “has been the unchallenged owner of her 50% of all musical composition and record royalties”. SUING: Icon AI shrinks ‘possible’ Mental health tests could be done by robots. But Dr Denis Engemann said: “Mental health practitioners will need to interpret and contextualise assessment results.” Loo paper job rollout TOILET rolls could bring up to 460 new jobs to Wales. Italian firm ICT wants to build a paper mill in Deeside to make loo rolls, tissues and kitchen rolls. jimmy bullard says ■BRAVE: Jimmy lasted 17 days in the Australian jungle DS1ST J GARDENING ADD STYLE TO YOUR BORDERS WITH THESE SPRING FLOWERING FAVOURITES HALF-PRICE DOUBLE DAFFODILS MIXED BONUS OFFERS WHEN PURCHASED WITH THE DOUBLE DAFFODILS BUY 100 FOR HALF PRICE ONLY £9.99 £3.99 FOR 15 WHEN PURCHASED WITH THE DAFFODIL MIX Designer Allium Superglobe Mixed A spectacular mixture of Alliums, producing large globe-shaped flowers in a array of purple, blue and white shades from May to June. Height 50- 70cm. Top-quality 10/12cm bulbs supplied. Buy 25 for £9.99 or 100 FOR £19.98, HALF-PRICE Our stunning Double Daffodils are a mixture like no other, producing large vibrant flower heads with a look similar to that of a peony. If left undistured they will continue to provide a beautiful show every year. Top-quality 12/14cm bulbs supplied. • The perfect addition to the spring border where they will naturilise well if left undisturbed. • Amazing double blooms throughout March-April. • Superb for cut flower displays. ONLY £8.99 £3.99 FOR 10 WHEN PURCHASED WITH THE DAFFODIL MIX Super Scented Hyacinths Mixed Our amazing selection of scented Hyacinths are an excellent choice for bedding and general purposes, where they will make a stunning display. Top-quality 14/15cm bulbs supplied. QUOTE To order Call us on 0161 848 1100 DST553 Visit www.shop.dailystar.co.uk/dst553 Double Daffodils Mixed, Offer DST553, 14 Hadfield Street, Or Post to: Old Trafford, Manchester, M16 9FG. This offer is supplied by J Parker Dutch Bulbs Ltd, 14 Hadfield Street, Old Trafford, Manchester, M16 9FG. (Company Reg No. 1467306). Please make cheque/postal order payment to Daily Star Offers. If you would like to receive information and offers from organisations carefully selected by Daily Star Newspapers, please tick here . To see how your data is processed please refer to Daily Stars Privacy Policy: www.shop.dailystar. co.uk/privacy. Offer available while stocks last. For queries or complaints please contact J Parkers on 0161 848 1100. Calls vary by network so please check with your provider in advance. Delivery is to England, Scotland and Wales only. Please allow up to 28 days for delivery. All prices include postage and packaging. ■ EXPOSURE: Bugs and cold showers made Jimmy a star in the I’m A Celeb jungle

DS1ST DAILY STAR, Saturday, October 16, 2021 23 i’m a celebrity kicked him into presenting ungle drums got me TV footie job CREATIVE: The NERF Upload room FORMER footballer Jimmy EXCLUSIVE Bullard credits I’m A Celeb- ■■ by Kim Carr rity... Get Me Out Of Here for giving him a new career. The ex-Fulham midfielder went into the jungle in 2014, two years after retiring from the pitch and is now co-host of Soccer AM. He says: “I put myself out there by doing I’m A Celebrity in the jungle in front of a different audience. “I don’t believe I would be presenting on screen now on Soccer AM if I hadn’t. Go out, believe in what you’re doing and try to achieve your dreams.” Quickly Jimmy, 42, realised the impact the show – which returns next month to Gwrych Castle in Wales – had. He recalls: “I came out of the airport and there was a middle-aged lady with two girls who came up going: ‘Jimmy, can I have your autograph?’ “Before it was usually lads and now when I meet fans they say: ‘Cor you aren’t half better looking in real life’ and: ‘Ain’t you lovely’. I get the kids going: ‘You’re the funny man from the jungle’.” Due to the pandemic this year will be the second time the series is filming on UK soil with a cast rumoured to include Corrie’s Simon Gregson and gaffe-prone presenter Richard Madeley. Jimmy says: “It’s an absolute joke. They’re staying in a castle – kings used to stay in castles. “I had snakes and everything coming for me – get them in the countryside!” Recently Vernon Kay revealed he and Shane Ritchie nabbed mineral water bottles while doing the Welsh trials last year. But Jimmy says: “They’re trying to glamourise that – trust me, it was tough.” His rumbling tummy nearly landed Jimmy in hot water when he pinched a banana from a crew member: “They got the hump and I nearly got chucked off.” Dad-of-two Jimmy is supporting NERF Upload, a series of physical and virtual events taking place this month to arm children with basic content-creation skills. Due to the upsurge in young people using YouTube and TikTok, con- ON FIRE: Bullard tent-creation has become a go-to dream job for many. YouTubers including Morgz, AJ Shabeel and Sharky will share tips and dispel common misconceptions parents may have. Research by toy brand NERF found 55% of parents feel their child spends too much time in front of a screen. But 51% acknowledged a career in content-creation could boost their kids’ confidence and 49% felt it would help their design and creativity skills. Jimmy says: “Get behind your kids. It is a real career pathway and great opportunity to be creative, use their brain, learn directing and editing and isn’t all about Love Islanders.” Crediting his parents for supporting his football goals, Jimmy is urging all carers to “get down with the times.” He says: “Parents who don’t understand it shove it to the back. If my mum and dad did that with me and football I wouldn’t have achieved what I did.” Following the Newcastle takeover, Jimmy is excited to see what the new year will bring for the Premier League. He says: “Money can change teams and clubs and I’m all for it.” ● For free tickets and more info on what NERF Upload will entail log on to: eventbrite. co.uk/e/189507270347 (in-person at Studio Spaces, London, October 26) and eventbrite. co.uk/e/189517631337 (digital event, October 30). ■AIM HIGH: Jimmy in his Fulham days. Below, with Soccer AM co-host John Fendley

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DS1ST JUST JANE DAILY STAR, Saturday, October 16, 2021 25 JANE O’GORMAN SOLVES YOUR PROBLEMS TODAY ... AND EVERY DAY My guy is ‘slug’ at work MY fella has been harassing co-workers. He’s been telling smutty jokes, flashing and offering sexual favours. He’s had an official warning and could lose his job if he crosses the line again. I feel so let down and embarrassed. He was made redundant from his last job in 2018. I stood by him when everyone was telling me that he was a slug – and this is how he repays me. The other night he dared to suggest that the reason he “flirts” with others is because I’m so frigid and unadventurous in bed. How do you like that? JANE SAYS: Your partner sounds like a hopeless case; from harassing his colleagues to accusing you of being frigid, I just don’t see the point of him. He doesn’t make you happy, he doesn’t enrich your life or bring anything positive to the relationship and I fear that he has no respect either. He flippantly acts like a child, expecting you to pick up the pieces at every turn. Make today the day that you tell him that you’ve had enough. Don’t feel guilty or responsible for a second longer because this has to be your time now. Lover’s going too far Since experiencing an early you are. You’ve let both women menopause my partner has lost down and you need to admit that. all interest in sex. I only want a FLING Tell your partner the truth so that For a few months, I’ve been having a rassing/dangerous stuff on social Your partner deserves better, and she can decide where she wishes filthy fling with an old girlfriend. media. your lover needs to have it explained to go from here. I told her from the start I’m not interested in romance. She said she understood and led me to believe she was also seeing someone else. Only now she keeps referring to me as her boyfriend and posting embar- Luckily my partner isn’t computer savvy, but how do I make my lover understand this is just a casual thing? JANE SAYS: Face up to the fact that everything has gone too far. to her this “fling” is going nowhere. In your eyes your lover has committed the crime of falling in love with you but she can’t help how she feels considering how intimate If nothing else, encourage her to speak to her GP regarding her struggle with the menopause. Testosterone patches and HRT might help restore her sex drive – with her next lover. JANE'S FAB ADVICE LINES *Calls 09057893400 Super sex 09057893401 Brilliant orgasms 09057893402 Is that kinky? 09057893403 Erection problems? I’ve Been Caught Out 1 3 Millie and Seb are taking advantage of being together NEED TO TALK You’re so fantastic Millie OooooSebOOOooo There’s a big shock for both of them 4 OMIGOD! MILLIE – WHAT THE HELL DO YOU THINK YOU’RE DOING? 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28 DAILY STAR, Saturday, October 16, 2021 DS1ST Time travel by VICKY LISSAMAN POETIC Felpham inspired William Blake RAVEL FLY HIGH Lynne’s children at Wetlands Centre Wordsworth Grasmere In 1799 William Wordsworth arrived in Grasmere aged 29, relatively unknown, and writing innovative poetry in a brand new style. It was while living at Dove Cottage with his family that Wordsworth penned many of his greatest works and his sister Dorothy kept her Grasmere journal. The whitewashed Lake District abode, which he described as “the loveliest spot that man hath ever found”, was acquired by the Wordsworth Trust in 1890 and opened to the public in 1891. Following the multi-million pound Reimagining Wordsworth project, originally created in anticipation of the 250th anniversary of the birth of William in April 2020, the Wordsworth Grasmere attraction has now been completely transformed, bringing the story into the 21st century. Dove Cottage has been brought back to life and the sights, sounds and smells evoke memories of more than 200 years ago. Little moments taken from the Wordsworths’ poems, journals and letters have also been recreated, telling the story of their life here. There is a new, immersive museum, the garden-orchard has been restored, plus a new cafe, shop and activities. The attraction has also recently been included in The British Library’s Booklover’s Bucket List, which highlights literary hotspots across the country. Next Saturday, it will open an in-depth exhibition to celebrate the 250th anniversary of his sister Dorothy Wordsworth’s birth. The pair remained close all their adult lives. The only surviving portrait of Dorothy as a young woman is a silhouette. However this exhibition will put her centre-stage, highlighting her affinity with nature and love of walking, her close friendships and empathy for others, her own writing, her collaborative partnership with William, and her struggles with physical and mental health. wordsworth.org.uk Bag up to $950 free dining credit at Florida’s Walt Disney World in 2022 with the theme park’s 50th anniversary offer from AttractionTickets. Book by November 2 to get 14-day entry passes for the price of seven, $200 per room Disney spending money, plus the food deal. attractiontickets.com SCENIC Stunning harbour resort of Littlehampton It’s 1936, King George V is on his deathbed, and his doctor is trying desperately to rally him with the promise of recuperation at the seaside. A groan escapes the dying monarch’s lips: “B*****r Bognor!” Some 85 years later, I imagine the same phrase has been repeated a few times across the UK as staycation-weary families bicker over their UK holiday options. But shush. West Sussex may never be West Beach Miami but Bognor Regis has plenty to recommend it as a holiday base. I reckon even George V might have been more receptive if he’d been tempted with Bognor’s neighbouring village of Felpham. I’d booked a week here with my husband, parents and kids, aged 11 and 12, purely because I’d spotted an attractive-looking bungalow to rent, but Felpham proved a surprise delight. I was expecting a seaside suburb but found a quaint village with a beautiful 12th century church, excellent pubs (particularly The Fox), and a blue-plaque thatched cottage where William Blake once lived. Felpham is the place where Blake wrote of “England’s green and pleasant land”, and my family got straight into that groove at No6 The Grove. The beautifully appointed bungalow had a huge, lush garden, ‘‘ Felpham is where Blake wrote of ‘England’s green and pleasant land’ as well as a stylish modern kitchen, three big ensuite bedrooms and plenty of lounging space for three generations to enjoy/tolerate being under one roof. The pebble beach was a short walk away and it was then a pleasant 20-minute amble along the promenade to Bognor itself, with a choice of cafe stop-offs en route. My favourite was The Lobster Pot, which concluded a lifetime’s search for the ultimate plate of scampi and chips. Bognor itself has all the traditional family fun you’d expect at the seaside, from land train, Ferris wheel and seafront mini golf to a pier arcade with an insatiable appetite for my children’s pocket money. Having drained the Bank of England’s 2p reserves, we re-routed to Hotham Park, a delightful leafy enclave with a mini railway, adventure playground and boating lake, where I rented a pedalo with my daughter. Curiously, only my side of the boat’s propulsion system seemed to function GRAND Chichester Cathedral and Bishop’s Gardens Lynne Hyland and family fall in love with the West Sussex town properly but at least this impromptu Peloton session justified the ice-cream at the park cafe. You can’t visit Bognor without spotting the white domes of Butlin’s, which has recently reopened to day guests. We’d pre-empted the pester power and booked a day pass which gave us unlimited fairground rides, a brilliant circus show and entry to the vast and steamy Splash centre, with its lido, wave pool, water guns, fountains and some unique rides. There was also plenty for our multi-generational gang to enjoy together beyond Bognor. As payback for all those years of scrounging rides off Dad Cabs, I’d hired a whopping eight-seater Ford Tourneo to take care of all the holiday driving. It’s FAMILY TREE Lynne with mum and dad not so much an MPV as an actual Transit van in car form – ironic considering my dad used to mutter about needing a lorry whenever he saw the amount of gear my teenage self had packed for our holidays. First into the satnav – what we affectionately dubbed The Beast of Bognor –- was Arundel Castle. It’s not to be confused with Arendelle Castle in Disney’s Frozen, but it certainly rose up like something from a fairytale as I drove us inland. This spectacular fortress has been the seat of the Dukes of Norfolk for more than 850 years, and I could see why the current Duke retains it as his family residence, even though it means sharing his ancestral home with hordes of gawping tourists. The knowledge that real aristocracy is in residence here added an extra frisson for the more rubbernecked in our group, particularly when a panicky-looking guide at the HISTORIC Weald and Downland Living Museum

DS1ST Edited by NIGEL THOMPSON Bravo BognorThere’s DAILY STAR, Saturday, October 16, 2021 29 email traveldesk@reachplc.com twitter @TravelEdNigel @marjorieyue @JaneMemmler @LissamanVicky online dailystar.co.uk/travel/ no trick with this treat – budget hotel chain Travelodge has 25,000 rooms available at its 578 properties across the UK for £29 or less during the Halloween half-term break. Family rooms sleep two adults and two children. travelodge.co.uk HAVEN Beach huts at beautiful Bognor Regis entrance announced that the opening of the castle was being delayed. Whispers reached our ears – a fire alarm had gone off. Had the Duke burned his toast? Luckily the emergency turned out to be a false alarm, and we were soon free to roam around the castle, climbing a dizzying spiral staircase to the top of the medieval keep, gazing out across the magnificent formal gardens (worth the price of admission alone) and snooping through the family rooms. One highlight was the bedroom specially commissioned for Queen Victoria’s visit of 1846. Apparently the then-Duke spent three years designing an entire royal suite, where every last tassel and swag SWEET The Stick of Rock slide at Butlin’s was created purely for her Majesty. You don’t get that on Changing Rooms. (However the Queen’s diary verdict on the castle – “small but cheerful” – does have the ring of a contestant disappointed by Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen’s efforts.) We returned to Arundel a second time to browse its antique shops and visit the Wetlands Centre. This made for an agreeably wholesome day ‘‘ The park’s Waltzers had enough G-force to preview my future facelift out, where even my pair of often-grumpy tweenagers got stuck into everything from pond dipping to hand-feeding the geese. Had I mentally been totting up Smug Parenting points, I would have awarded myself a triple bonus for our Wind In The Willowsesque boat ‘safari’ through the wetland reeds, with a shimmering blue dragonfly leading the way. West Sussex scored highly with the grandparents too, who were captivated by Chichester. As addicts of BBC1’s The Repair Shop, they were charmed by the opportunity to drive deep into the South Downs to the Weald & Downland Living Museum, where it’s FORTRESS The majestic Arundel Castle filmed. If the kids were tempted to make wisecracks about knackered old relics in need Portsmouth 5 MILES South Downs Chichester BOGNOR REGIS FUNFAIR Fairground rides at Bognor Regis Butlin’s Arundel Littlehampton English Channel MORE INFO For tourism ideas and accommodation booking see sussexbythesea.com/bognor-regis of renovation, they thought better of it. To round off our week we returned to the coast but this time to the harbour resort of Littlehampton. True to type, the elders departed on a mini-cruise on the harbour ferry to learn about the town’s history while the youngsters descended on the good-value Harbour Park Amusements. A £21 wristband gave all-day unlimited access to the park’s rides, including Waltzers with enough G-force to preview my future facelift. That wasn’t the only thing that had taken my breath away during our holiday. We’d had jaw-dropping history, spectacular vistas, whiteknuckle thrills, incredible food and bracing paddles in the sea. A holiday to Bognor Regis really does have something for all the family – and I’d swear that until my dying day. Dubai sinks to new depth Dubai is renowned for its spectacular infinity pools – but this really goes off at the deep end. The new Deep Dive Dubai site is home to the world’s deepest swimming pool with a depth of 197ft and underwater attractions including a sunken city with an abandoned streetscape, a fully furnished apartment, telephone booth and games arcade with table football (bring on a sub?). Divers’ organisation PADI is offering a range of experiences at the pool for beginners to professionals and covering Open Water certification courses, introductory scuba sessions and everything in between. Prices start at £80 per person for a snorkelling session. deepdivedubai.com padi.com Buy of the week by NIGEL THOMPSON If you loved the old Motorola RAZR of the mid-Noughties, you’ll be happy to see the return of a flipping marvel. This turbo-5G clamshell unfolds (folding “glass”, how do they do that?) from a squat but very pocketable size into a 6.7in water-resistant device with a superb screen. ’Tis a thing of beauty. Running Android 11, with all the bells and whistles you could want – Netflix and games look great, so ideal for a plane or train journey – it even makes phone calls too. The only downside is the slightly underwhelming 3,300mAh battery. ■Samsung ■ Galaxy Z Flip3, £44 a month (£29 upfront), vodafone. co.uk

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Down: 1 Ascot, 2 Meant, 3 Tilted, 4 Opened, 5 Gambols, 6 Mannequins, 7 Clean, 8 See 15 Down, 9 Dead Sea, 10 See 24 Down, 11 Stalactites, 15 and 8 Down Adam Woodward, 21 Backhand, 23 Tool, 24 and 10 Down Brian Protheroe, 25 City, 26 Darted, 28 Tailor, 30 Equated, 34 Rio, 35 Mayor, 38 Alien, 39 Reserve, 40 Altitude, 44 Showed, 45 Vision, 46 and 55 Down Christopher Eccleston, 47 Sun, 49 Theft, 51 and 67 Down Paul Opacic, 52 Shot, 53 Incomplete, 55 See 46 Down, 59 Attacked, 62 At large, 64 Signs up, 65 and 50 Across Tony Robinson, 66 See 12 Across, 67 See 51 Down, 70 and 35 Across David Mitchell, 73 Stair, 74 Sides. PRIZE NAME: Kit Harington. Coronation Street (7,6) 20 Catalogues (5) 23 Egg-shaped wind instrument (7) 24 Advised (5) 25 Fault (5) 26 Vaccinations, informally (4) 34 Sketch (5) 36 Monotonous sound (5) 37 Approaching (4) 39 Followed outline (6) 40 Phone message (4) 42 Tot up (3) 44 New ---, Indian city (5) 45 and 52 Across Former model who appears as an expert on BBC’s Antiques Road Trip (6,6) 47 Smashed (5) 49 Minute fragment (4) 51 Adjust (5) 53 Chosen way (5) 54 Front of a ship (3) 55 Exploited (4) 58 Vehicles’ front windows (11) 60 and 35 Across Actor who plays Conor Hodgson in Silent Witness (7,6) 62 Agitation (10) 63 Financial protection (9) 64 Mimicry (9) 66 Ebbs and flows (5) 67 Private road (5) 68 Arrived (4) 69 Empire’s ruler (7) 71 Earthy, ribald (5) 78 Glowing fragment in a dying fire (5) 80 Narrowly beat (5) 82 House part (4) 83 Precious (4) 84 and 19 Across Former Skins actor who plays Patrick Sumner in The North Water (4,8) 85 News piece (4) 86 Phase (4) 89 In bad health (3) Q19: Which was the last club that David Beckham played for as a footballer? WHEN was How to 1 Be a Domestic Goddess: Baking and the Art of Comfort Cooking by Nigella Lawson first published? a) 1995; b) 2000; c) 2005 ACCORDING to 2 a recent Crime Survey, what is now the second-most used drug among 16 to 24-yearolds in the UK? a) Cocaine b) Laughing gas c) Magic mushrooms AS what is the 3 Longfellow Bridge, connecting Boston with Cambridge in Massachusetts, US also known? a) Bridge of Mary Gibbons b) Old Stinky c) Salt and Pepper Bridge WHICH forthcoming 4 action-comedy film stars Ryan Reynolds, Dwayne Johnson and Gal Gadot? a) Blue Nose b) Red Notice c) White Noise WHO hosts BBC 5 TV panel game A Question of Sport? a) Alex Scott b) Jeff Stelling c) Claire Balding WHICH is a 2021 6 Derbyshire county cricketer? a) Peter Quod b) Mathers Whittler c) George Scrimshaw IN which principal 7 area of Wales is Milford Haven? a) Conwy b) Gwynedd c) Pembrokeshire WHICH of the 8 moon’s phases lies between full moon and first quarter? a) Semi crescent b) Waning descent c) Waxing gibbous WHEN did the first 9 episode of ITV comedy puppet show Spitting Image air? a) 1980; b) 1984; c) 1988 WHAT is the official 10 currency of Belarus? a) Belarusian dollar b) Belarusian ruble c) Belarusian pound ACCORDING to 11 a 2020 survey by Hammonds Furniture, what percentage of Britons wash their bedding once a year or less? a) 10%; b) 20%; c) 30% WHO scored twice 12 for Soccer Aid World XI in their 2021 3-0 win against England? a) Kem Cetinay b) Chelcee Grimes c) Lee Mack HOW many feet 13 high is the Elizabeth Tower, home of the Great Bell aka Big Ben? a) 316; b) 416; c) 516 WHO were the 2020 14 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics official mascots? a) Miraitowa and Someity b) Ponty and Stacking c) Baruch and Squadgril WHICH new 15 ABBA album is to be released on November 5? a) Voyage b) Nettoyage c) Corkage WHO hosted BBC 16 TV quiz show Perfection? a) Nick Knowles b) Nick Hancock c) Nick Hewer WHICH bird is an 17 extinct member of the genus Aegolius? a) Andalusian horse eagle b) Bermuda saw-whet owl c) Chilean whip-poorwill WHO recorded the 18 1999 album How I Learned To Love The Bootboys? a) The Auteurs b) The Fall c) The Smiths WHICH was David 19 Beckham’s last club as a football player? a) Paris Saint-Germain b) Real Madrid c) West Ham United WHO is chief 20 instructor on Channel 4 show SAS: Who Dares Wins? a) Ant Middleton b) Bevis Hillier c) Dec Landon

➊ 12 PAGES OF SUPER START WITH BOXING 5 FRANK WARREN FURY AMONG TRUE GREATS TYSON FURY cemented Interview by ■ CHRIS Mckenna his position as the best heavyweight of his heavyweight fight I’ve generation last seen live. weekend. What a phenomenal And for me he is right performer he really is. up there as one of the He really has it all. all-time great Tyson can box, he heavyweights. can fight, he has power This is the fighter and he has a great chin who beat the previous as well as the ability to king of the division in recover after taking Wladimir Klitschko. huge shots. It was Tyson who Wilder’s knocked out ended the Ukrainian’s 41 opponents in his nine-year reign as the career. He’s had three ruler of the goes at Tyson and he heavyweights. couldn’t manage it. Then he has gone He may not be the away and had his best boxer but he is a battles but come back monster puncher, while to end Deontay Wilder’s Klitschko is a very good five-year reign as WBC and awkward boxer. champion after 10 Tyson did a job on defences of the belt. both of them. What If there are any more can he do? doubters about his He could have mixed place in history among with the best of any the very best, then era. If Tyson had fought surely those two Muhammad Ali, with victories alone silence his height, reach and them. weight advantages, he But he has gone would have had a back again at Wilder great chance. for a third time to But looking back, it’s deliver the best not going over the top to say it was one of the best-ever heavyweight fights. Wilder was part of it, too, and deserves huge credit. Wilder said he only needs to be ■BETTER THAN perfect for THE REST: Fury two seconds. relaxes with his wife He showed Paris and baby Athena that again. FOR FUN For which three London clubs did England striker Jimmy Greaves play in the top flight? Who scored a hat-trick ➋ for Warrington Wolves in the 40-24 Super League XXVI win at Castleford? Which US boxer ➌ appeared on Argentine television dance competition Bailando 2016? Who won 2021 Super- ➍ bike World Championship Round 9 Superpole at Circuit de Barcelona- Catalunya, Spain? Which Ben Coen ➎ mount won the 2021 Irish St Leger? ANSWERS: Page 36 WORLD vets make A mark beast known as ‘Pitchers’ with from the Party Swim on RICHARD eight acre Birch Lake. LEE The fish was fooled by a 14mm single boilie on a blowback rig. Sea fishing will return Team England have won the Veterans’ Coarse Angling World Championships with a powerful display on Slovenia’s Sava River. England also secured individual glory with Mark Downes taking gold and Roger Marlow silver. Also in the squad – open to those 65 and over – was manager and captain Dickie Carr, Kevin Folwell, Steve Sanders, Bob Nudd and Alan Tunney – a side that proved too strong for the other nine nations. Speaking from the banks BOXING CLEVER by CHRIS McKENNA of the Sava during the two-day event, fishing legend Nudd said: “It’s been an amazing experience but very hard work. “We had a great day two, clawing back Hungary’s lead.” A monster 62lb mirror ■ has set a new venue record at Lincolnshire’s Old Mill Lakes complex. Marc Thomsen landed the DS1ST time to bank title Dad retired at Chris JNR’s age CHRIS EUBANK JNR has to really get moving now. The fact he is 32 and still facing opposition like German Wanik Awdijan tells its own story. This is a warm-up bout, though. One to shake the ring rust off. But after this, then, it has to be foot down and secure big world title fights at middleweight. Otherwise, what is the point? Eubank Jnr is now at the same age his father was when he retired from the sport. At that point, Eubank Snr had been a world champion in two weight divisions. But his son is still searching for his first major world belt. His recent hiatus has had its reasons. The Covid-19 pandemic left him out of action. Then his return to the ring was delayed by the tragic loss of his brother, Sebastian, who he will honour tonight in the ring with his name on his shorts. He says he is fighting for his brother, who was also a boxer, but is unsure of how he will deal with the loss once in the ring. Nobody could blame him if he struggles with that. But if he can deal with it, then now is the time for Eubank Jnr to really kick on with his career. He has the Sky Sports platform fully behind him now as one of their main attractions and he was due to fight two weeks ago but medical issues with his opponent further delayed his return. But time is not on his side and at middleweight, there are some fine world champions. Sky have been trying to bring IBF king Gennady Golovkin to the UK for Eubank in December. But it now looks like the Kazakh KO star will face WBA title holder Ryota Murata in ■ ■NEXT LEVEL: Eubank Jnr should be looking to face Golovkin (below) next year to Dover’s famous Admiralty Pier as part of a pilot project to provide access to anglers. The venue has been a popular angling hot spot for more than 100 years but a crumbling infrastructure had led to security risks and a ban on fishing. The pilot will be open to 70 fishers. Japan instead around the New Year celebrations. The winner of that – likely to be Golovkin – would be a big event next year. WBO champion Demetrius Andrade is busy with a defence against Ireland’s Jason Quigley next month. WBC champion Jermall Charlo is waiting on his next date. Eubank Jnr can’t be waiting around, though. He needs to stay active and follow up tonight’s routine win by getting back out again before the year is out. Also on the card in Newcastle, Hughie Fury – cousin of Tyson – takes on Christian Hammer as he looks at another heavyweight title tilt. And Savannah Marshall defends her WBO middleweight crown against Lolita Muzeya. ■ HAUL GOOD: Mark Downes with the catch that won him the Veterans’ world title DAILY STAR, Saturday, October 16, 2021 33 TODAY 1-2-x guide (3pm unless stated) Premier League 1 Aston Villa v Wolves........................ 2 Brentford v Chelsea (5.30).............. (Live on Sky Sports Main Event) 4 Leicester v Manchester Utd............. 5 Manchester City v Burnley............... 7 Norwich v Brighton.......................... 8 Southampton v Leeds..................... Watford v Liverpool (12.30).............. (Live on BT Sport 1) Sky Bet Championship 9 Blackburn v Coventry....................... 10 Bristol City v AFC Bournemouth........ Fulham v QPR (12.30)..................... (Live on Sky Sports Football) 11 Huddersfield v Hull.......................... 12 Middlesbrough v Peterborough......... 13 Millwall v Luton............................... 14 Nottingham Forest v Blackpool......... 15 Preston v Derby.............................. 16 Reading v Barnsley.......................... 17 Sheff Utd v Stoke............................ Sky Bet League One 19 AFC Wimbledon v Sheff Wed............ 20 Bolton v Wigan................................ 21 Cambridge Utd v Ipswich................. 22 Cheltenham v Accrington Stanley...... 23 Doncaster v Wycombe..................... 24 Fleetwood Tn v Crewe...................... 25 Gillingham v Sunderland.................. 26 Lincoln City v Charlton..................... 27 Oxford Utd v Plymouth..................... Rotherham v Portsmouth................. 28 Shrewsbury v MK Dons.................... Sky Bet League Two 29 Bradford City v Bristol Rovers........... 30 Carlisle v Tranmere......................... 31 Colchester v Harrogate Tn............... 32 Crawley Tn v Sutton......................... 33 Exeter v Newport Co........................ 34 Leyton Orient v Walsall.................... 35 Northampton v Mansfield................ 36 Oldham v Stevenage....................... 37 Port Vale v Barrow........................... 38 Salford City v Hartlepool.................. 39 Scunthorpe v Forest Green.............. 40 Swindon v Rochdale........................ cinch Scottish Premiership 41 Dundee v Aberdeen (6pm)............... 42 Hibernian v Dundee Utd................... 43 Motherwell v Celtic.......................... 44 Rangers v Hearts............................ 45 Ross County v St Mirren.................. 46 St Johnstone v Livingston................ cinch Scottish Championship 47 Ayr v Queen of South....................... 48 Dunfermline v Kilmarnock................ 49 Inverness CT v Morton..................... Raith v Arbroath.............................. cinch Scottish League One Alloa v Peterhead............................ Clyde v Montrose............................ Dumbarton v Queen’s Park.............. East Fife v Cove Rangers................. Falkirk v Airdrieonians...................... cinch Scottish League Two Albion v Elgin.................................. Cowdenbeath v Stenhousemuir........ Forfar v Annan Athletic..................... Stirling v Stranraer.......................... Emirates FA Cup—4th qualifying rnd: Curzon Ashton v Chesterfield, Hereford FC v Solihull Moors, Pontefract Collieries v FC Halifax, York v Morpeth Tn, Boston Utd v Stratford Tn, King’s Lynn Tn v Peterborough Sports, Bromsgrove Sporting v Grimsby (Live on BBC Interactive), Stockport County v Stamford, Tamworth v Notts County, Ebbsfleet United v Hampton & Richmond, Dorking Wanderers v Hayes & Yeading Utd, Maidenhead v Hastings Utd, Hungerford Tn v Bromley, Harrow v Chelmsford, Wealdstone v Dag & Red, AFC Sudbury v Dartford, Banbury Utd v Bath C, Barnet v Boreham Wood, Yeovil v Weymouth, Eastleigh v Folkestone, Dover v Yate Tn, Torquay v Havant and W, Southend v Chertsey Tn, Marine v Wrexham, Marske Utd v Gateshead, Brackley v Guiseley, Kettering v Buxton, Southport v Altrincham, Horsham v Woking, Corinthian Casuals v St Albans, Bedfont Sports v Kidderminster, Bowers & Pitsea v Aldershot. Vanarama National League— North: AFC Fylde v Gloucester, AFC Telford v Farsley Celtic, Chorley v Darlington. South: Billericay v Slough, Eastbourne Borough v Chippenham, Welling v Braintree Tn. Welsh Cup—4th rnd: Buckley Tn v Taffs Well (2.30), Carmarthen Tn v The New Saints FC (2.30), Colwyn Bay v Cardiff Met Uni (12.45), Haverfordwest County v Bala Tn (2.30), Penybont v Caernarfon Tn (2.30), Saltney Tn v Aberystwyth Tn (2pm), Swansea Univ v Guilsfield (2.30). TOMORROW Premier League 3 Everton v West Ham (2pm).............. (Live on Sky Sports Main Event) 6 Newcastle v Tottenham (4.30).......... (Live on Sky Sports Main Event) Sky Bet Championship 18 Swansea v Cardiff (12noon)............. (Live on Sky Sports Football)

34 DAILY STAR, Saturday, October 16, 2021 Rea hits the skids ■■ by ZOE BURN JONATHAN REA put his World Superbike Championship challenge on the back foot with a crash in Argentina last night as leader Toprak Razgatlioglu took charge. Ahead of the penultimate round, the six-time defending champion lost the front of his Kawasaki with half an hour of second free practice remaining, allowing PATA Yamaha’s Razgatlioglu to dominate the day. As the championship hit the Circuito San Juan Villicum for its first event outside Europe since March 2020, the Turkish rider clocked a 1min 37.872secs lap, almost a quarter of a second quicker than Aruba.it Ducati’s Scott Redding. Razgatlioglu leads Rea by 24 points and could seal the championship if he ends tomorrow with 62 or more. Redding was second quickest ahead of fellow Brit Alex Lowes as Rea ended fifth fastest. Jase sets hot pace ■■ by ZOE BURN AUSTRALIA’S Jason O’Halloran drew first blood at Brands Hatch yesterday as he led title rival Christian Iddon ahead of this weekend’s final Bennetts British Superbike Championship battle. The McAMS Yamaha rider, who sits second behind team-mate Taz Mackenzie, clocked a hot lap of 1min 25.229secs, beating VisionTrack Ducati’s Iddon by just 0.103secs as Mackenzie ended the day sixth. Mackenzie has a 10-point lead over O’Halloran with Iddon five more points behind in third. Oxford Ducati’s Tommy Bridewell is still also in with an outside chance of the title. Third quickest was outgoing champion Josh Brookes, who is expected to play a part in supporting team-mate Iddon. RUGBY LEAGUE Woffinden has a golden goal TAI Woffinden has set his sights on a golden end to his world championship season and this time he does not want to give away his medal. The Great Britain skipper angered some fans when he handed his World Cup silver medal to a young girl in the crowd at the National Speedway Stadium in 2016. The Lions, who have not taken top spot since they won the World Team Cup in 1989, are joint favourites in its replacement, the Speedway of Nations Final, at Manchester’s National Speedway Stadium ■■ by peter oakes today and tomorrow. Threetime world No.1 Woffinden (inset), who rides with fellow Grand Prix star Robert Lambert, 23, and 17-year-old Belle Vue youngster Tom Brennan, said: “I’ve never won team gold with GB, so every year it comes around it’s a chance to complete the set and this year is no different.” GB face Australia, Denmark, France, Latvia, Poland and Sweden over 42 races and a title-deciding Grand Final between the two top-scoring countries. Woffinden, 31, added: “I’m desperate to get that gold medal. “We’ve come second twice in the last five seasons but I’ll never be satisfied until we are champions. “My gold medals are in the safe but I gave my silver medal to a little girl in 2016. “I got slated for it, but the enjoyment she might still be having from that medal means more to me.” DS1ST ■WIGAN CHEER: Peet is unveiled and (right) with his coaching team PISTOL PEET MATTY Peet will be Super before the start of next season but is League’s youngest head coach more focused on improving a team next season at 37 – and hasn’t that flattered to deceive in finishing played a minute of senior fourth this year. rugby league at any level. He added: “I’m certainly happy with Yet the man charged with reigniting Wigan Warriors’ fortunes has been building towards this appointment for more than 15 years. the squad. It’s not too dissimilar to the squad that got to last year’s Grand Final and you’ve seen that we can compete with the teams in Super League at the Peet was a top-end amateur prop in moment. Leigh’s reserve team when he decided ■■ by GARETH WALKER implement them into my practice. My “But we’ve got to improve everyone. to stop playing aged 21. Shaun Wane in his leadership role. coaching style has evolved over the The fact that we’re a young squad He had already caught the coaching Wane reckons Peet reads and watches years. I’ve mellowed a bit. means that if we do get our culture bug, taking charge of an Under-12s more coaching material than anyone he “When I first came into Wigan I was right and our practice right, then there team, beginning a path that took him to knows, building a career that has now constantly trying to drive everyone to be should be improvement in the group. Wigan as a scholarship coach in 2008. landed one of the sport’s top jobs. better every single minute of every day. “We are discussing options for Peet coached the club’s academy and Under-20s teams, became head of youth and also worked with England sides at junior level. After a brief spell with Sale Sharks, he returned to Wigan as an assistant and Peet said: “I’ve got here because of that. I know the perception is that I’m inexperienced but I’ve been doing this a long time and I’ve really exhausted every opportunity to improve. “I’ve made mistakes and learned “I understand now that there has to be highs and lows in the pressure of the environment. You have to have some days where they come in and just care for each other, have good conversations and build that connection. Eventually, recruitment but it must be the right person first. “We get offered players all the time, some very good players, some players in positions we’d like to strengthen. “But there will be a process and nonnegotiables now heads a new coaching team that will from them. I like to read, see new then, you get improved performances.” about the kind of people work alongside his long-term mentor [things] and bring them back and Peet is open to adding to his squad and characters we bring into the club.” Young gun Matty is the man to get Wigan firing Allen’s Judder-ing halt MARK ALLEN brought Judd Trump’s incredible winning run at the Northern Ireland Open to an end yesterday. The Antrim ace, 35, (inset) reached the semi-finals of his home tournament for the first time with a brilliant 5-3 comeback victory over ‘The Juddernaut’. Trump will regain his world No.1 position next week and had hoped to celebrate in style with a fourth title in a row. But a missed frame-ball red to make it 4-0 came back to haunt him as Allen ■■ by HECTOR NUNNS took advantage of errors and some luck. And he held his nerve to win the last five frames to the delight of his army of fans at Belfast’s Waterfront Arena. Allen said: “Any win against Judd is very good. I had to fight for every ball, I wasn’t quite at it and was very fortunate at times. “I got a bit of a run here and there and it was definitely my day. “But I am not resting on my laurels, I came here to win the tournament.” Trump said: “I missed that ball to go 4-0 and a couple of others but I didn’t do too much wrong. “It just didn’t seem meant to be. The odd ball was the difference between being 4-0 up or losing 5-3. Stuff was happening like out of a movie.” Ricky Walden pulled off a surprise in the second quarter-final when he also came from behind to beat Shaun Murphy 5-4.

giant FOOTIE Xword win £25 DS1ST ■ Send your answers, name and address to: Giant Soccerword, PO Box 12579, Sutton Coldfield, B73 9BU. Entries must arrive by first post Friday. The first correct one drawn will receive a prize of £25. Last week’s winner was Paul Brewer of Milton Keynes. DAILY STAR, Saturday, October 16, 2021 35 ■LEGEND: Three Lions great Jimmy Greaves, but do you know when he scored his hat-tricks for England? See GREAVES across 1. Frank ......., 2018-19 Derby and 2019-21 Chelsea boss (7) 4. Gabriel ........., 1991-2002 Argentina and 1991-2000 Fiorentina striker (9) 7. Charles .’......, former France, Wigan, Newcastle and Aston Villa winger (7) 9. Luiz Felipe ......., 2008-09 Chelsea boss (7) 11. The ....., Barnsley nickname (5) 13 and 40 Down. Ivory Coast, Burnley and former Lyon forward/ defender (6,6) 15. See 2 Down. 18. Barnsley and former Motherwell striker (7,4) 20. Jose Antonio ....., 2004-07 Arsenal attacker; 2005 FA Cup Final winner (5) 21. Another name for the Etihad or City of Manchester Stadium (9) 24. Steve ....., 1986-91 England midfielder; Spurs and Nottingham Forest FA Cup Final runner-up (5) 25. 1987-91 Rangers attacker; 1991 England debutant (4,7) 27. 1973, 1976 and 1977 FA Trophy Final winners (11) 30. Lenny ....., 1996-98 Gillingham and 2003-04 Dagenham & Redbridge midfielder (5) 32. France, West Ham and former Chelsea defender (4,5) 34. Tony ....., 2015-17 West Brom boss (5) 36. Brazil attacker signed by Everton from Watford (11) 38. See 17 Down. 40. Ralph ......, 1970-71 England and 1971-78 Spurs winger; 1973 League Cup Final winning scorer (6) 42. Jeff ....., 1964-74 West Brom striker; 1968 FA Cup Final-winning scorer (5) 44. Antonio ......., Germany and Chelsea defender (7) 47. Kevin ... ...., Motherwell and former Scunthorpe forward (3,4) 48. Aston Villa boss since 2018 (4,5) 49. Lee ......., 2003-07 Swansea and 2007-10 Bristol City forward (7) down 1. 2021-22 Ligue 1 club; 1997-98 Division 1 winners (4) 2 and 15 Across. 1996-2007 England defender/midfielder; Inter Miami CF coach since January (4,7) 3 and 22 Down. 2005-16 Denmark defender at Liverpool from 2006- 14 between spells at Brondby (6,5) 4. Wes ....., 1996-2011 Manchester United and 1999-2010 England defender (5) 5. Oleg ......, FC Rubin Kazan, 2013-16 Russia and 2013-20 Zenit St-Petersburg winger (6) 6. Brazil coach since 2016 (4) 8. See 16 Down. 10. Bobby ....., 1948 Scotland wing-half; 1959-60 Dumbarton player-manager (5) 12. 1984-86 Notts County 1 2 3 4 5 6 defender between spells at Watford (5,4) 14. Harry ....., Spurs midfielder; 2017 England debutant (5) 16 and 8 Down. England Women and Manchester City WFC defender; 2020 Best FIFA Women’s Player (4,6) 17 and 38 Across. Wales defender signed by Burnley from Swansea in August (6,7) 18. Fabian ....., England and Everton midfielder (5) 19. Dean ....., 2017-20 Leyton Orient goalkeeper; Luton 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 18 19 21 22 23 24 25 26 last week’s answers Across: 1. Paul Buckle; 5. Sansom; 9. Underhill; 10. Trott; 11. Tavernier; 13. Insua; 14. Andy Mutch; 18 and 21 Across Michael Doyle; 19. Dykes; 21. See 18 Across; 22. Reintam; 25 and 39 Down Pat McGibbon; 26. Ikeme; 27. Barmby; 29. Banger; 33 and 12 Down Innes Ritchie; 34 and 49 Across Ben Doane; 35. See 52 Across; 36. Utaka; 37. Eyres; 39. McMahon; 40. Alfie Conn; 43. Gomez; 46. Iturraspe; 49. See 34 Across; 50. Bannister; 51. Norton; 52 and 35 Across Accrington Stanley. Down: 1. Pritchard; 2. Brett; 3. Charvet; 4. Elneny; 5 and 8 Down Steve Bould; 6. Stiles; 7. Millwall; 8. See 5 Down; 12. See 33 Across; 15. Meslier; 16. Hayden; 17. America; 20. Ketsbaia; 23. Thornber; 24 and 25 Down Martin Peters; 25. See 24 Down; 28. Bo-kyung; 30. Gestede; 31. Tigana; 32. El Ghazi; 38. Singleton; 39. See 25 Across; 41. Fischer; 42. Odsal; 44. Milner; 45. Ortega; 47. Tyson; 48. Edman. 17 27 28 29 30 31 34 35 2009 Football League Trophy Final winner (5) 22. See 3 Down. 23. Lennard ....., 2017 Hearts and 2017-18 Cracovia defender between spells at Hamilton (5) 25 and 41 Down. Mansfield, 2014 Czech Republic and 2017-20 Luton keeper (5,5) 26. Mamadou ....., Nancy and 2017-20 Barnsley attacker (5) 27. 2021-22 Serie A club; 1990 European Cup Winners’ Cup Final winners (9) 28. 2021-22 Ligue 1 club coached 20 32 33 38 39 40 36 37 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 by Michel Der Zakarian (5) 29 and 46 Down. 1999-2003 France and 1997-2011 Bordeaux goalkeeper (6,4) 31. See 36 Down. 33. Leonardo ....., 2014-18 Leicester and 2019-21 Rayo Vallecano striker (5) 35. Alan ...., 1972-77 Preston and 1977-78 Port Vale midfielder (4) 36 and 31 Down. 2013-18 Ukraine midfielder; FC Dnipro 2015 Europa League Final runner-up (6,5) 37. 2002 Peter Osgood biography (5) 39. Kevin ......, 1977-80 Norwich forward; 1979 England debutant against Bulgaria (6) 40. See 13 Across. 41. See 25 Down. 43. Mel ...., 1982-86 Gillingham and 1986-92 Derby defender (4) 45. AFC nation coached by Carlos Queiroz from 2011-19 (4) 46. See 29 Down. HALF-TIME tEASERS champions For which team did this man score the opening goal in this 2021-22 Champions League group? 1. Francisco Montero (C) 2. Remo Freuler (F) 3. Luka Sucic (G) 4. Adama Traore (D) 5. Hans Vanaken (A) dundee derby Who scored the only goal, for the home side, in this Dundee derby game? 1. Dundee United (2001-02 Scottish Premier League) 2. Dundee (1984-85 Scottish Premier Division) 3. Dundee United (2014-15 Scottish League Cup) 4. Dundee (2004-05 Scottish Premier League) 5. Dundee United (2021-22 Scottish Premiership) england For which team did this England player, a debutant in this year, make most league appearances? 1. Eddie Hopkinson (1957) 2. Johnny Haynes (1954) 3. Jimmy Armfield (1959) 4. Norman Deeley (1959) 5. Doug Holden (1959) inter Which man was head coach when Inter Milan won this final? 1. 1998 UEFA Cup 2. 2010 Champions League 3. 1994 UEFA Cup 4. 1964 European Cup 5. 1991 UEFA Cup socceroos For which British club does this recent Australia squad member play? 1. Bailey Wright 2. Callum Elder 3. Kenny Dougall 4. Harry Souttar 5. Martin Boyle answers HIGHLAND 1. Huntly 2. Brora Rangers 3. Brechin City 4. Rothes 5. Nairn GREAVES 1. Luxembourg 2. Northern Ireland 3. Norway 4. Peru 5. Scotland BEES BOSS 1. Barry Fry 2. Ray Clemence 3. Lawrie Sanchez 4. Darren Currie 5. Tim Flowers Who hit the first hat-trick of the 2021-22 season of this European top flight, for this club against this side? 1. Serie A (Lazio/Spezia) 2. Bundesliga (Bayern Munich/Hertha) 3. Scottish Premiership (Celtic/Dundee) 4. La Liga (Real Madrid/Celta Vigo) 5. Super Lig (Antalyaspor/ Çaykur Rizespor) Which EFL club did this Premier League side face in the 2021-22 EFL Cup third round? 1. Arsenal 2. Burnley 3. Brentford 4. Manchester City 5. Leeds Who managed Barnet FC for this period? 1. 1986-93 2. 1994-96 3. 2011-12 4. 2018-20 5. 2020-21 Which Highland League club reaching the 2021-22 Scottish Cup second round have this nickname? 1. The Black and Golds 2. The Cattachs 3. The City 4. The Speysiders 5. The Wee County EFL CUP 1. AFC Wimbledon 2. Rochdale 3. Oldham 4. Wycombe 5. Fulham HAT-TRICK 1. Ciro Immobile 2. Robert Lewandowski 3. Kyogo Furuhashi 4. Karim Benzema 5. Haji Wright SOCCEROOS 1. Sunderland 2. Hull 3. Blackpool 4. Stoke 5. Hibernian 5. Giovanni Trapattoni hat-trick efl cup bees boss greaves Against which side did the late Jimmy Greaves score a hat-trick for England in this year in a game with this scoreline? 1. 1960, 9-0 2. 1963, 8-3 (four goals) 3. 1966, 6-1 (four goals) 4. 1962, 4-0 5. 1961, 9-3 highland INTER 1. Luigi Simoni 2. Jose Mourinho 3. Gianpiero Marini 4. Helenio Herrera ENGLAND 1. Bolton 2. Fulham 3. Blackpool 4. Wolves 5. Bolton DUNDEE DERBY 1. Jim McIntyre 2. Bobby Connor 3. Jarosław Fojut 4. John Sutton 5. Ian Harkes CHAMPIONS 1. Besiktas 2. Atalanta 3. RB Salzburg 4. Sheriff Tiraspol 5. Club Brugge

36 DAILY STAR, Saturday, October 16, 2021 DS1ST SHORTS Brit pack on chase ■ golf Matt Fitzpatrick and Laurie Canter will head into the weekend just a shot off the lead at the Andalucia Masters. Fitzpatrick went 71-68 over the first two days and is one shot behind Romain Langasque. Canter started his week with a 74 but went nine shots better in round two. Cam one to watch ■ tennis CAMERON NORRIE faces Grigor Dimitrov in the semi-finals of the Indian Wells Masters today with one success already guaranteed. He will leapfrog Dan Evans to become British No.1 whether he wins or loses in California. Norrie, 26, has reached five finals on three surfaces, winning his first ATP title in Mexico in July. ANSWERS YESTERDAY’S SPORTWORD Across: 1 Sonko; 4 Rogic; 7 Joe; 8 Leach; 9 Ellis; 10 Alan; 11 Robbie; 14 Paklin; 15 Flag; 18 Oakes; 20 Nolan; 21 Sio; 22 Linke; 23 White. Down: 1 Silva; 2 Ntamack; 3 Ojha; 4 Reebok; 5 Gil; 6 Cisse; 12 Bolelli; 13 Niasse; 14 Prodl; 16 Genge; 17 Snow; 19 Ken. FIVE FOR FUN 1 Chelsea, Tottenham and West Ham, 2 Matty Ashton, 3 Evander Holyfield, 4 Jonathan Rea, 5 Sonnyboyliston. F1 dates released ■■ by GARY CHAPPELL Formula One bosses have revealed 23 races will take place in just 36 weeks in a record-breaking calendar for next season. Bahrain will host the opening round on March 20, with the last race in Abu Dhabi eight months later. The British Grand Prix will take place on the opening weekend of July and the sport’s first race in Miami will be on May 8. 2022 calendar March 20: Bahrain Grand Prix (Sakhir); 27: Saudi Arabian Grand Prix (Jeddah); April 10: Australian Grand Prix (Melbourne); 24: Emilia Romagna Grand Prix (Imola); May 8: Miami Grand Prix; 22: Spanish Grand Prix (Barcelona); 29: Monaco Grand Prix; June 12: Azerbaijan Grand Prix (Baku); 19: Canadian Grand Prix (Montreal); July 3: British Grand Prix (Silverstone); 10: Austrian Grand Prix (Spielberg); 24: French Grand Prix (Le Castellet); 31: Hungarian Grand Prix (Budapest); Aug 28: Belgian Grand Prix (Spa-Francorchamps); Sept 4: Dutch Grand Prix (Zandvoort); 11: Italian Grand Prix (Monza); 25: Russian Grand Prix (Sochi); Oct 2: Singapore Grand Prix (Marina Bay); 9: Japanese Grand Prix (Suzuka); 23: US Grand Prix (Austin); 30: Mexican Grand Prix (Mexico City); Nov 13: Brazilian Grand Prix (Interlagos); 20: Abu Dhabi Grand Prix (Yas Marina). CRICKET: T20 WORLD CUP mills & BOOOM! Wood can’t wait to form new pace partnership with Tymal MARK WOOD believes Tymal Mills can stir up the same high-octane pace battle with him that Jofra Archer did to fire England to World Cup glory. Only this time batsmen will get hit by the right from Wood and by the left from Mills as the two different angles of attack add to their armoury. Wood loved competing with Archer (inset) over which of them was the fastest in the side and between them they sent down half a dozen of the quickest deliveries in the 50-over World Cup in 2019. Mills has got a job to do to break into the first-choice side, but Wood is pushing for the two to play together and show what real pace can do. “It worked for me and Jofra,” said Wood. “So me and T might have to keep it going. “He’s looked sharp in the nets. I haven’t bowled with him yet, we’ve been in opposite nets, but to watch him, I certainly wouldn’t want to face him. “He’s looking the business at the minute, so hopefully he can bring some fire and I’ll have to up my game as well. “I wouldn’t say it is one or the other of us in the side. T’s come in for Jofra, who is injured, and I played with and bowled alongside Jofra, so I don’t feel like that’s the case. “We’re all competing for places here because there’s only a certain amount of seamers that can play, but I don’t feel ■■ by DEAN WILSON like me and T are in direct competition. “We’ve got a huge chance, we’ve got a great team. We’ve got an awesome side with some top, top players, match-winners throughout the team, so I hope sides are worrying about us.” At least Wood will have some real pace for company in the first part of the winter. When he gets to Australia for the Ashes he will have to carry the load all on his own. With no Archer, no Olly Stone and no Ben Stokes – for now – the only regular 90mph bowler to unsettle the Aussies is Durham’s finest. But despite the muted reaction to the squad that was named on Monday, Wood still thinks that England have a real chance of success Down Under. “I am like the last man standing on Game of Thrones, aren’t I?” said the 31-year-old pace ace. “That would have been the plan for me, Stoney and Jofra and we’d hit them hard. Unfortunately injuries happen, it’s hard on those lads. “But the main thing is if we can set the base with the bat, as Chris Silverwood wants us to do, and get the big runs, then that gives us the best chance of getting 20 wickets. “I feel if we get runs in Australia, then we’ve got a great chance of bowling them out with the likes of Broad and Anderson – they’re high-quality performers. We can put pressure on them with the ball.” ■ACES OF PACE: Mills and (below) Wood have the speed to cause anybody problems Moeen has the final say over Morgan MOEEN ALI got one over on his England skipper Eoin Morgan by playing a starring role in Chennai Super Kings’ fourth IPL final victory. Ali (left, top) became the first Englishman to be in the winning team in an IPL final and sent Morgan (below) a clear message about what he ■■ by dean wilson could do for England in the T20 World Cup. Morgan’s Kolkata Knight Riders fell 27 short of their 193-run target in Dubai. That was reached mainly thanks to Faf du Plessis’ 86 from 59 balls but it was the big hitting of Robin Uthappa and Moeen, who struck 37 not out from just 20 balls, that put the turbo boosters on. KKR’s chase disintegrated after the openers fell and Morgan was caught for just four to complete a miserable tournament with the bat. MS Dhoni lifted the trophy in his 300th T20 match and Moeen said: “They are so clear and so calm about what they want from us and they back us. “I could have been dropped a couple of games ago but they kept faith with me and you just want to repay that. “This is my first title and it has been amazing.”

seriously football MOYES HAS FOUR-SIGHT ■■ by DARREN LEWIS DAVID MOYES believes both West Ham and Everton have their sights set on the top four. The Irons boss goes back to the club where he spent 11 years tomorrow hoping to bounce back from a home defeat by Brentford ahead of the international break. Before that, West Ham had won four of their previous five in all competitions to continue the great form that saw them challenge for a Champions League place last season. Everton currently sit fifth in the table, two points off leaders Chelsea, while Moyes (above) has always been of the belief that the top four is far from a closed shop. He said: “My plan is to challenge the top four. I’m hoping I can challenge the top four and maybe catch one, maybe topple one. “That’s what I want to do and that’s what I’ve let the players know in terms of where I’m aiming. “I can only speak for Everton as an ex-manager. I can’t speak for Rafa. “But Everton is a big club with big traditions and they have challenged the top four, certainly in my time there. There was a constant challenge. “It was really difficult to break in, but we did it on one occasion. “So Rafa might be thinking the exact same as I did at the time – he may be thinking even more.” PREMIER LEAGUE DS1ST DAILY STAR, Saturday, October 16, 2021 37 GOODISON PARKED ■STICKING TOFFEE: Boss Rafa Benitez has reassured Everton fans he is here to stay TOMORROW, 2pm SKY SPORTS; Ref: Stuart Attwell Loyal Rafa insists: I’m staying put RAFA BENITEZ would reject any advance from former club Newcastle – even though they now have money to burn. That is because the Everton boss has given his word to the Toffees that he is in it for the long haul at Goodison Park. And after a positive start to life on the blue half of Merseyside, there is no reason for him to look to return to the North East. Benitez, 61, spent three years in charge of the Magpies, so him being linked now they have rich owners was obvious. But he said: “I was very clear from the beginning that I give my word to Everton Football Club and I am happy here. I tried to do that, to keep my word and do my best here, so no one was asking because they already knew. “I said at the beginning that I didn’t like to talk too much about that but just to clarify that it is not an issue. “The people at Newcastle knew already that I was just thinking about staying here and I told our people they didn’t have to worry about anything because I’m happy here, working as hard as I can here and I gave my word, so that is it. “Again I will say I wish Newcastle ■■ by CHRIS McKENNA v United fans all the best because my relationship with them is good and I hope it is good for ever. “But I’m here, I’m happy and trying to do my best and I don’t like to talk about the other option because the reality is I will stay here.” Benitez is enjoying life with Everton after a start which sees them fifth in the table, just two points off top spot, ahead of tomorrow’s clash with West Ham. They have only lost one league game – against Aston Villa – and they certainly had chances to beat Leeds and Manchester United in their two drawn matches. Benitez believes the mood around the training ground means they’ll continue to improve, too. He said: “To be fair, at the beginning when you come to a new club and need to get to know the players, it could be difficult. “But the attitude of the players, their commitment, was really good from day one. “We can be ambitious and try to do better even when doing well. But my idea is one game at a time. “If we continue with the same attitude – today was a great training session – and the same mentality, we will be better and compete against a lot of teams.” ramsdale must keep improving ■■ by tony banks to do those things, be humble MIKEL ARTETA has laid down ARSENAL v and think about the things he the task that lies ahead for can improve. Aaron Ramsdale if he wants to C PALACE “Then, everything will come challenge Jordan Pickford to Monday: 8pm, Sky Sports. Ref: Mike Dean naturally, as has already be England’s No.1 goalkeeper. happened early on with him. Ramsdale, 23, (inset) has made a massive impression since his £30m switch to Arsenal from Sheffield United in August. He has dislodged Bernd Leno as the No.1 keeper at the Emirates, keeping four clean sheets in five games as the Gunners recovered from their horror start to the season. Ramsdale’s form has seen calls for the England Under-21 star to be given the chance to challenge Pickford in Gareth Southgate’s senior squad. But Arteta, whose side host Crystal Palace on Monday, warned him that he has to keep improving. The Arsenal manager said: “Aaron needs to keep performing like he’s done. Always try to think about what he’s doing right, continue “He deserves that because of how he’s handled every step along the way. Some of them have been difficult moments and disappointments, which are important as well in your career. “It’s very early to make a judgment on how good Aaron is, but the way that he’s settled and what he can transmit on and off the pitch is really important. He has engaged and adapted really well.” Vieira is Gunner zip it PATRICK VIEIRA admits he has had to wind his neck in over Daniel Ek’s desire to buy Arsenal now he is a Premier League manager. Gunners legend Vieira (inset) takes his Crystal Palace underdogs to the Emirates Stadium on Monday night. In May the former France star trumpeted his support for Spotify co-founder Ek’s bid to oust the Kroenke family from the club where he once was a ■■ by jon west midfield powerhouse for almost a decade. Asked about describing Arsenal as having “lost direction” under the present regime, Vieira said: “I was just expressing myself as ‘Patrick the ex-Arsenal football player’. “I am in a different position than I was in a couple of months ago. I can’t express myself in the same way as I did when I was just an ex-Arsenal player. “The Kroenke family said the club was not for sale, so it was over.” On Gunners boss Mikel Arteta, another former Arsenal central midfielder, Vieira said: “He reminded me of Didier Deschamps. “When he was playing, you knew he was going to be a manager. Arteta is of the same mindset.”

38 DAILY STAR, Saturday, October 16, 2021 DS1ST PAUL MERSON Toon seek local hero to rescue them from dire straits SURVIVAL’S PRIORITY NOT TALK OF title NEWCASTLE’s owners want to win the premier League – but they might have to get out of the Championship first! They are buying a club in trouble and Mike Ashley (inset, below) is no fool. He’s getting out at the right time. I wouldn’t be getting too excited about this if I was a Newcastle fan. They’re dreaming if they think the club is winning the league in the next five years. They need 17 players! If this was Arsenal or Tottenham getting taken over, you’d go, “Wow, they’ve got a chance, they only need four or five”. Not Newcastle. Who’s going to go there anyway? They need players for a relegation battle. You’ve got to buy a hero. The first thing you have to do is buy a big-name centre-forward. But that’s the end for someone like Callum Wilson, then, and he’s one of the two best players at the club. They’re just not buying the big, big stars. Harry Kane’s not going to Newcastle. He’s 28. His career will be over before they win anything. They’ll go for people like James Tarkowski and Jesse Lingard. I’m not being horrible but Tarkowski isn’t getting into any of the top six teams, is he? Players like that are not winning you the league, are they? They’re not getting you into the Champions League. Plus, whoever goes there will get slaughtered for chasing the money. Win the league in five years? INTERVIEW ■■ by paul brown Absolutely no chance. It’s impossible. If Newcastle make it into the Champions League in the next five years I’d be shocked, I’d be amazed at the highest level. You could spend £190m in January but who are you going to get? Everybody has big money now. When Chelsea and Manchester City did it, the rules were different and you could spend what you like. You can’t do that now. With Chelsea, it took ■ POSSIBLE TARGETS: Jesse Lingard (left) and James Tarkowski them time. And nobody had that kind of money then and so they were just outbidding everybody. It’s different now. The moral side of it I don’t like either. Women have no rights in Saudi Arabia, do they? It’s not right. But I’m not afraid to say I don’t know enough about politics to get into that debate. I’m just looking at it from a footballing perspective. And I don’t think these owners understand just how difficult it is to get into the top four. You need a miracle. Newcastle are in the bottom three. Look at their next six games: Tottenham, Crystal Palace, Chelsea, Brighton, Brentford, Arsenal. They ■UNCERTAIN FUTURE: Callum Wilson in training this week might only win one. What big-name manager is going to take that job? Top-drawer managers like Antonio Conte will get big money wherever they go. They have professional pride and a winning record to protect. Newcastle haven’t won for seven games. These are the teams they’ve played – West Ham, Aston Villa, Southampton, Manchester United, Leeds, Watford and Wolves. Let’s be honest, only two of those are going to finish in the top eight… Newcastle are in trouble. They are in a relegation battle. And three of their last four games are against Liverpool, Manchester City and Arsenal. Good luck! OUR TOP COLUMNIST SHOOTS FROM THE LIP Lions pay price for flair play GARETH SOUTHGATE will have watched England against Hungary and said: “I told you so!” He won’t do that again. He won’t play all those attacking players together again. And he shouldn’t. Hungary are a secondrate country. And we couldn’t get near them. We could have lost. It’s not like it was Brazil doing that to us. It was Hungary! A better team would have caused havoc against us. We need two holding midfielders. Declan Rice (inset) was isolated and missed Kalvin Phillips. It’s all very well people saying you have to play all your flair players. You’ve got to be a team. If you put all your flair players on the pitch again like that, it’s going to be a problem. Gambling ruins lives YOU might have seen me this week on a TV documentary about gambling (below). Gambling is a killer. It’s an addiction that ruins people’s lives. I did the programme because I wanted to talk about it. I spoke to people who had lost family members to a gambling addiction. And the gambling companies? They don’t care. At the end, we asked some of the biggest ones for a comment and one of them didn’t even reply. That said it all for me. I hope the documentary opened a few eyes. I hope it makes some clubs think twice about being sponsored by gambling companies. You would like to think these clubs could afford to get sponsorship without getting into bed with them. This is the Premier League. I hope it changes their perspective and in a few years we don’t see so many clubs with gambling companies on their shirts. Finally, I also want to wish Bournemouth’s David Brooks all the best after he was diagnosed with cancer. My thoughts are with him.

football PREMIER LEAGUE seriously KICK-OFF: 3pm REFEREE: Martin Atkinson SHOW ME OR GO “We are in the free world and the players can say whatever they want, when they want,” said Guardiola. ■■ by DAVID Mcdonnell “I don’t know if he wants to play more game time like Riyad Mahrez and Joao Cancelo, who don’t play and don’t complain. “Some players complain because they want to play all the time. But I cannot assure them and I spoke to them many times about that. “They always have to speak on the pitch. Not Raheem, all of them. What I want from Raheem and everyone is ■FIVE IN A ROW? Sean Dyche has lost his last four league games at City 5-0 ■WORK FOR IT: Sterling and City players (above) go through their paces in training PEP GUARDIOLA has told Raheem Sterling he is free to leave Manchester City if he feels he is not playing enough. Sterling, who has started just two of City’s seven Premier League games this season, said he was open to playing elsewhere if it meant getting more game time. The England forward is into the final two years of his current deal at the Etihad, but has put contract talks on hold as he considers his options, with Real Madrid and Barcelona monitoring his situation. Guardiola told Sterling he cannot guarantee him the playing time he wants and challenged the 26-year-old to prove he deserves to start more games. ■STER CRAZY: Raheem wants more minutes that they’re satisfied to be here and delighted to be in this club. “If that’s not the case, they’re free to take the best decision for the player and their family. “If any of these players aren’t satisfied, it’s so simple, with their agents, to go to the club and say, ‘I’m not happy, I want to leave’ and we’re going to find a solution, I’m pretty sure of that.” Sterling has been one of City’s most dyche has no time for tales of tapes SEAN DYCHE will not go over video nasties of previous defeats at Manchester City, admitting he could watch them “100 times” and still not work out a way to beat them. The Clarets travel to the home of the champions on a run of four straight 5-0 drubbings at the Etihad and still looking for their first league win of the season. Ben Mee (inset) was the last Claret to score in a Premier League game at City back in 2017 and Dyche believes there is little to be gained for either him or his ■■ by GIDEON BROOKS players by analysing what has gone wrong for them in the past. “There are certain games I’ll watch back, for analysis. Or aspects of games, moments in games,” said Dyche. “You look at how you’ve scored goals and stuff like that but playing against Man City, what are you going to learn from the noughts? Not much. “You can learn something from them, but can you learn enough to beat them at their game or change the way you want to play them? You can watch them a hundred times and not find a way to change things. “One of Pep’s magical weapons has been working in transition. They see it early, not just the person next to the ball – five-yard fury as we call it – I’m talking about the whole team, they smell it. “You give the ball away, and they pounce. Barcelona used to do it incredibly well, often Liverpool have as Jurgen Klopp got them to where he wanted, but Man City are superb at it. “If one of your players puts their head down, looks a bit loose, they don’t give you a chance to breathe. “That’s their magic weapon, how quick they react to get it back and affect it when you’ve got the ball. “Its tough. When you get your moments during games, you’ve got to make them count.” DS1ST Pep stars given no guarantees influential players in recent years, helping the club to win three Premier League titles, four League Cups and the FA Cup. He has scored 115 goals in 302 appearances for City, but Guardiola warned Sterling his past achievements count for nothing. “What you’ve done in the past is the past,” said Guardiola. “The important thing is what you have to do tomorrow. “This is the past. I don’t select the DAILY STAR, Saturday, October 16, 2021 39 v players for what they’ve done in the past. It’s today, how you train today, how we’re going to play tomorrow – this is the important thing. “So when you get the opportunity to play, show me what you can do. Show the world how wrong I was when I was not selecting you and then you’re right. “The biggest athletes in the world, in all the sports, they speak on the grass. That’s where they have to talk.” INFORMATION STATION AMERICAN FOOTBALL NFL: Philadelphia Eagles 22 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 28. Baseball MLB: San Francisco Giants 1 Los Angeles Dodgers 2 (Los Angeles Dodgers win series 3-2). CRICKET IPL Final— Chennai Super Kings v Kolkata Knight Riders (Dubai) Chennai Super Kings 192-3 (20 overs, F du Plessis 86), Kolkata Knight Riders 165-9 (20 overs). Chennai Super Kings win by 27 runs. Golf European Tour Estrella Damm N.A. Andalucia Masters (Real Club Valderrama, Sotogrande)—2nd rnd: (Gbr & Irl unless stared, Par 71): 138 R Langasque (Fra) 69 69, 139 L Canter 74 65, M Fitzpatrick 71 68, S Soederberg (Swe) 70 69, R Fox (Nzl) 70 69, 140 A Canizares (Spa) 71 69, S Jamieson 72 68, R Rock 72 68, J Guerrier (Fra) 67 73, 141 R Paratore (Ita) 71 70, J Scrivener (Aus) 73 68, T Pulkkanen (Fin) 71 70, 142 R Cabrera (Spa) 68 74, J B. Hansen (Den) 70 72, R Jacquelin (Fra) 69 73, 143 A Rai 72 71, B Wiesberger (Aut) 73 70, P Larrazabal (Spa) 71 72, A Bjoerk (Swe) 72 71, D Gavins 71 72, S Garcia (Spa) 72 71. Ice hockey NHL: Florida Panthers 5 Pittsburgh Penguins 4(OT), New York Rangers 2 Dallas Stars 3(OT), Carolina Hurricanes 6 New York Islanders 3, Columbus Blue Jackets 8 Arizona Coyotes 2, Buffalo Sabres 5 Montreal Canadiens 1, Ottawa Senators 3 Toronto Maple Leafs 2, Detroit Red Wings 6 Tampa Bay Lightning 7(OT), Nashville Predators 3 Seattle Kraken 4, Los Angeles Kings 6 Vegas Golden Knights 2. Snooker Northern Ireland Open (Waterfront Hall, Belfast)— Quarter-Finals: M Allen (NIrl) bt J Trump (Eng) 5-3; R Walden (Eng) bt S Murphy (Eng) 5-4. TENNIS ATP & WTA BNP Paribas Open (Indian Wells, California)—Men’s Qtr-finals: (21) C Norrie (Gbr) bt (11) D Sebastian Schwartzman (Arg) 6-0 6-2. Today’s diary (3pm unless stated) CYCLING UCI Track Cycling World Championships (Turkmenistan). GOLF USPGA Tour The CJ Cup @ Summit (The Summit Club, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States of America). European Tour Estrella Damm N.A. Andalucia Masters (Real Club Valderrama, Sotogrande, Spain). TENNIS ATP & WTA BNP Paribas Open (Indian Wells, California). HOCKEY Elite League Challenge Cup Group C: Sheffield Steelers v Nottingham Panthers. Elite League: Cardiff Devils v Belfast Giants, Guildford Flames v Dundee Stars, Manchester Storm v Fife Flyers. RUGBY UNION Gallagher Premiership Rugby (3pm): Newcastle v Bristol, Wasps v Exeter, Worcester v Leicester. P W D L B F A Pts Leicester......4 4 0 0 2 101 73 18 Harlequins...3 3 0 0 3 113 73 15 North’pton...4 3 0 1 2 103 91 14 Gloucester....4 2 0 2 3 110 122 11 Wasps..........3 2 0 1 2 84 46 10 Exeter..........4 2 0 2 2 110 80 10 Saracens......3 2 0 1 2 75 45 10 Newcastle....4 2 0 2 1 81 90 9 Sale.............4 1 1 2 3 98 108 9 Worcester....4 1 0 3 3 93 132 7 Lon Irish......4 0 1 3 4 92 111 6 Bristol..........4 1 0 3 0 66 142 4 Bath.............3 0 0 3 3 52 65 3 United Rugby Championship (7.35): Benetton Treviso v Ospreys (3.05), Cardiff Blues v Sharks, Edinburgh v Blue Bulls (5.15), Leinster v Scarlets (5.15), Munster v Connacht, Zebre v Glasgow (1pm). ToMORROW’s diary (3pm unless stated) FA Women’s Championship: Lewes Women v Charlton Women (2pm). CYCLING HSBC UK National Road Race Championships 2021 (Lincoln). ICE HOCKEY Elite League: Coventry Blaze v Belfast Giants, Dundee Stars v Sheffield Steelers, Fife Flyers v Manchester Storm, Nottingham Panthers v Cardiff Devils. RUGBY UNION Gallagher Premiership Rugby (3pm): Bath v Saracens, London Irish v Gloucester.

40 DAILY STAR, Saturday, October 16, 2021 PREMIER LEAGUE seriously Kop that football Cranky Klopp lets rip in three-pronged attack JURGEN KLOPP took aim at the Premier League, the FA and questioned why Richard Masters had not made a statement on Newcastle’s new owners. The Liverpool boss was in a feisty mood ahead of his side’s lunchtime kick-off with Watford today. Klopp has clearly been agitated by his side’s squad selection being disrupted by the international break. Alisson and Fabinho will miss today’s game owing to Brazil playing late on Thursday against Uruguay, while Curtis Jones being injured on England Under-21 duty soured his mood further. But, of course, the Liverpool manager was questioned on Newcastle’s new Saudi owners, who look set to pump bucket loads of money into the club which will add to the Reds’ challenge at the top of the table. Klopp’s issue was with Premier League chief Masters remaining silent on the human rights allegations against Saudi Arabia, where the Magpies’ owners are from. “I was waiting for some official statement about it from Richard Masters or somebody else, because we all know there are obviously concerns about human rights issues,” said Klopp. “That’s all clear that we all think the same there. “As far as I know, it is the third club to be owned by a country. I am not sure how many countries are out there to have the financial power and interest to do so.” Klopp continued to complain about ■■ by CHRIS McKENNA how he has had to send Fabinho and Alisson direct to Spain, where Liverpool face Atletico Madrid on Tuesday. The German was furious that the Premier League and Watford would not push the game back today. He said: “We ask only for a few hours that would have made it a little bit more likely they could have played but bringing them in for 12.30, there’s no chance for them. “If we had played seven o’clock, then we would have probably tried it but neither Watford or the Premier League was open to that kind of thing – their understanding of fair competition.” And to add to his anger, midfielder Jones will miss today’s clash too. “It is really difficult to get in proper contact, even with the English federation, because they do what they want,” said Klopp. “He didn’t train, wasn’t involved in the first game and then he played a few minutes in the second game against Andorra – great. Very important that he played there. Came back with a slight injury and not available.” DS1ST ■SEEING RED: Klopp is left furious as (inset) Curtis Jones was injured on international break KICK-OFF: 12.30pm BT SPORT; Ref: Jon Moss v sarr scars could open ■■ by MIKE WALTERS CLAUDIO RANIERI will unleash flying winger Ismaila Sarr today and hope Liverpool are spooked by the memory of him destroying them 595 days ago. Sarr (above) scored twice when Watford’s 3-0 win against the champions-elect at Vicarage Road in February 2020 torpedoed the Kop’s 44-match unbeaten run in the Premier League and ended their bid to emulate Arsenal’s ‘Invincibles’ of 2004. As Ranieri takes charge of the Hornets for the first time, he hopes Sarr’s blistering pace will haunt Liverpool. Asked if he can use the shock result of the 2019-20 season to motivate his players, the Italian said: “Now that you have told me about this, sure. Thank you for the information! “Sarr is very fast. And I want to speak with him, I want to understand which is the best position for him, and maybe for the team. “But already I saw there are some more fast players in Watford. We will be facing one of the best teams in the world, but it’s OK. It will be a big battle.” Ranieri will be short of defensive cover as Francisco Sierralta and Christian Kabasele are out, while striker Josh King is also doubtful. LADBROKES LADBROKES LADBROKES LADBROKE DBROKES GET OUR LADBROKES LADBROKES LADBROKES L LADBROKES BEST EVER LADBROKES ACCALADBROKES LADBROKE DBROKES LADBROKES LADBROKES LADBROKES L Boost Edit Track Insure LADBROKES LADBROKES LADBROKES LADBROKE DBROKES LADBROKES LADBROKES LADBROKES L 18+. UK&IRE only. Online, Mobile. ACCA Insurance: Min selection odds 1/10. ACCA Odds 3/1. Pre-match straight line accas only. 1 free bet up to £/€10 per customer/day, valid for 7 days, stake not returned. Odds Boost: Up to £/€50 at boosted odds. Min 1 boost per day. T&Cs Apply. PLEASE BET RESPONSIBLY begambleaware.org – Need Help? Call the National Gambling Helpline on 0808 802 0133

seriously football PREMIER LEAGUE DS1ST Fergie forgiven From Back Page omit Ronaldo. He will start at Leicester today, with Solskjaer insisting he was not bothered by his former manager’s blunt remarks. “I’m quite relaxed about it,” he said. “I disagreed with the gaffer quite a few times. “I’m sure Sir Alex knows that it doesn’t bother me. We all want to see Cristiano but the plain fact is he cannot DAILY STAR, Saturday, October 16, 2021 41 Campaigner, influencer, author – now Marcus Rashford MBE must show... FOOTBALL FOCUS Ole tells United ace to keep his eye on the ball OLE GUNNAR SOLSKJAER has told Marcus Rashford he must now focus on his football and produce his best form for Manchester United. Rashford, 23, will be included in United’s squad today at Leicester for the first time this season after making a full recovery from shoulder surgery in the wake of Euro 2020. The United and England forward has seen his profile soar away from football following his formidable work to tackle child food poverty and raise awareness of other social issues. But now Rashford is fit and ready to play again, the United manager has told him he must put all of his energy into delivering on the pitch rather than off it. “I know we’ll see the best of Marcus in the years to come,” said Solskjaer. “He’s done remarkable things at a young age but he’s now coming into the best age for a footballer. He’s learning, getting more experienced and he has time to reflect on what he’s done off the pitch as well, because he’s done some fantastic things. “Now maybe prioritise his football and focus on football, because he’s got a challenge on his hands here at Manchester United. “He has a challenge on his hands to play for England and I think Marcus is one of those who takes up those challenges and is going to do so. “He’s going to express himself and his talent and he knows that we want a lot from him but we’re going to give him the time to get back to what he was and what he can be.” During his enforced lay-off, Rashford has bulked up in the gym and become more physically robust to give himself the best possible chance of staying injury-free. “He does look fresh,” said Solskjaer. “He looks keen, he looks fit. He’s ■■ by DAVID mcDONNELL bulked up a little bit, with some muscle. “He had to bear a lot of the responsibility for us because we’ve had injuries, we’ve had different players out and, at such a young age, he’s done so much for the team and he’s done so much off the pitch as well. “I think that the time away for him was the time maybe to focus on himself and... I don’t want to say get back to being himself, but Marcus Rashford running around with that enthusiasm, running in behind, not having to take on too much responsibility, is a great sight to see. “For us now, he comes back into a different team. He’s got Jadon Sancho here, Mason Greenwood’s grown, Cristiano Ronaldo is here. “I want to see that nice grin and smile and enthusiasm that he’s shown so many times and when he comes on the pitch, if he starts or even if he doesn’t, just enjoy yourself and express yourself. “That’s what Manchester United players do and that’s what we want.” Solskjaer confirmed that United want Jesse Lingard, who is out of contract in the summer, to sign a new deal after he rejected the club’s initial offer. “We want to prolong his contract,” added the Norwegian. “We see him as an important player for us. “Hopefully we can get a deal sorted for Jesse because we really rate him.” ■ MARC MY WORDS: Rashford back in training and (inset) with Solskjaer ■HONOUR: Receiving his doctorate from Manchester University for his campaign against child food poverty KICK-OFF: 3pm Referee: Craig Pawson play every single game. He knows how difficult this job is anyway, the gaffer. He took some risks at times to rest the best players.” Solskjaer also defended Ronaldo for walking straight off, muttering his dismay for all to see, at the end of the Everton draw. He added: “That’s a mindset you want from every player. That’s no problem whatsoever.” rodgers to lead foxes out of comfort zone BRENDAN RODGERS has ruled out a switch to Newcastle after setting his sights on taking Leicester to new heights. Rodgers concedes the £305m Saudi takeover of Toon will make life even more competitive for his ambitious Foxes. But he has challenged his players not to rest on their achievements after a lacklustre start to this term since winning the FA Cup last season. Rodgers (left) has now vowed to make his men “uncomfortable” ■■ by JAMES NURSEY in a bid to get them producing again ahead of Manchester United’s visit today. He said: “I have a contract until 2025, I absolutely love being here. “I have a great chief executive and I have a group of players I really enjoy working with. I am very happy being here at the club. “Of course there will be richer clubs than ourselves but we have a great infrastructure that allows us to at least compete. “The league now has lots of teams with lots of money. We have all seen the reports of what Newcastle aim to do over the next five to 10 years. “It is going to add another team which will make it even more difficult to arrive into those top positions. “But I came here to disrupt the market and we want to compete and fight. “For some of these players, what we have done over these last couple of seasons may well be what they think is the best they could do. But I am here to win and I want to keep challenging and keep pushing. “For that we have no compromise. You have to get uncomfortable again to keep striving to be the best you can be.” Leicester have finished fifth in the previous two seasons but are languishing in 13th, not helped by injuries to stars like Jonny Evans (inset), Wesley Fofana and Wilfred Ndidi. v

42 DAILY STAR, Saturday, October 16, 2021 ■BEARD AND WONDERFUL: Potter’s on great run potter’s beard is hair to stay ■■ by CHRIS HATHERALL Brighton boss NORWICH v Graham Potter says his beard is staying put – BRIGHTON regardless of results. Kick-off: 3pm. Ref: Peter Bankes Albion sit sixth as they visit rock-bottom complicated one. “We’ve Norwich this afternoon. just scored when we’ve It’s the kind of run had the opportunities to that would make a do so, more than we superstitious manager have done previously,” refuse to shave until the he said. streak was ended. “It sounds simplistic But level-headed but it’s also been a Potter is having none of process the team has it – even if his new hairy gone through. look has coincided with “Last year our Brighton’s renaissance. performances were He said: “I don’t think good, we were playing I’ll be making a decision well in lots of games but about whether I shave or we didn’t get the points. not based on where we “You have to deal with are in the table. I’m very that and all the feelings happy with the beard at which come with it. the moment. “Lots of the players “I try to be logical and have matured or got to think it’s actually more used to the level. about 11 players against They understand more another 11 and what about what’s required they do. and they are getting the “Whether I shave or margins on their side.” wear matching socks or Danny Welbeck and not isn’t really going to Steven Alzate are out for influence the game. three months after “That would be doing hamstring and ankle a disservice to their effort surgery respectively but and their quality.” Albion have Yves So, what is the real Bissouma, Enock Mwepu secret to Brighton’s and Adam Webster back success? Potter has the and Tariq Lamptey is fit answer – and it’s not a enough to start. Billy no games NORWICH boss Daniel Farke has defended his handling of Billy Gilmour after the midfielder’s stand-out displays for Scotland this week. The on-loan Chelsea youngster (inset) has featured in just one of the Canaries’ last four Premier League games. Gilmour provided a reminder of his qualities when he started in his country’s victories over Israel and Faroe Islands. Farke is in no doubt the 20-year-old is destined for the top. But says it his job to manage the player’s minutes. The German, whose ■■ by IAN WINROW side will attempt to secure their first home points of the campaign against Brighton today, said: “If you love football, you love Billy Gilmour, this guy’s a baller. “He always wants to have the ball but he is also a young lad and we have to look after him. “He has many, many minutes under his belt and I’m pretty sure he has also many, many more minutes. “There is no pressure (to play the loan players). We are not here to develop players for other clubs, we are here to win points for this club.” TOON BOSS UP FOR A FIGHT GRAND seriously football DS1ST Fans fall for black and white knights IN The Strawberry pub yesterday lunchtime, a Joelinton slice away from St James’ Park, the news flashed up on the TV screen – Steve Bruce to take charge of Newcastle this weekend. In the Magpies shrine full of images of black and white striped heroes of yesteryear, where a sign reads ‘Nee Mackems’, there was no throaty uprising. Instead, the setback was greeted with a shrug or two. The sun was out, the sky was blue and with their club awash with Saudi millions, nothing was going to spoil the view. That is not to say the locals want Bruce to remain in post for another day but the most controversial takeover in English football history has brought an infectious feeling of optimism. Tottenham are the first visitors, post-desert storm, ■ST JAMES’ SPARK: Nuno has backed Kane to shine at Newcastle NEIL SQUIRES MEASURES THE MOOD ON TYNESIDE tomorrow. The game is sold out. It could have been sold out twice over. The new owners are seen as the white knights who finally put an end to the Mike Ashley years. The club shop reported requests for replica shirts with (Amanda) ‘Staveley 1’ on the back and, five minutes walk from the stadium, the superb Back Page football memorabilia shop displayed a picture of The Angel of the North and another of Tino Asprilla in its window. Separating them was a large green Saudi flag. Replicas were available inside, where Dave Thorpe was just taking delivery of face masks with black and white camels embossed upon them. The Newcastle badge, toxified under Ashley, has been cleansed by one of the most repressive regimes on the planet. It is quite some juxtaposition. “It’s sport, not politics. There are other questionable owners in the league,” said Thorpe. “You can’t get a ticket for love nor money.” Nor can you get hold of a tea towel. The Saudi ghutrah look will be out in force tomorrow when the fake sheikhs will file past Sir Bobby Robson’s statue. Quite what he would have made of it all would be interesting to know but whatever the reservations the revolution is here and it begins in earnest tomorrow. Kane can be party pooper Tottenham boss Nuno Espirito Santo is backing Harry Kane to rain on the big Toon parade tomorrow afternoon. Spurs travel to a sold-out St James’ Park with the stadium set be rocking after the completion of a takeover by a Saudi Arabian investment fund and the exit of former owner Mike Ashley. And the visitors’ boss is determined to silence the Geordie hordes and believes his under-fire England captain is the man to do it. Kane, 28, is yet to score in the Premier League this season after a £100m move to Manchester City failed to materialise in the summer. Nuno said: “Of course after what has happened with Newcastle we expect them to ■ TOON BARMY: Fans celebrate Newcastle takeover ■■ by HECTOR NUNNS have a very supportive crowd. We just have to focus on our tasks and quieten the fans. “With Harry, it is normal what people have been saying and I’m sure he is used to it but we are relaxed. We know there is much more than goals with Harry in terms of what he does for the team. “He is a fantastic player, one of the best – and the goals will come. “I don’t see anything different about Harry and it is about realising that things will happen naturally. “We have to know that sometimes you are on top of the world and sometimes not.” Nuno’s plans were plunged into chaos by two players testing positive for coronavirus. Both men, who trained with the group on Thursday, were shown to have contracted Covid-19 after tests in the last 24 hours. The two unnamed players must now isolate for 10 days. Beside’s tomorrow’s trip to Newcastle, they will also miss the Europa Conference League match with Vitesse Arnhem on Thursday and the London derby at West Ham next weekend. The club are understood to be confident that no other players will have to isolate due to close contact with the infected pair.

DS1ST toMORROW, 4.30pm SKY SPORTS; Referee: Andre Marriner DAILY STAR, Saturday, October 16, 2021 43 v PREMIER LEAGUE P W D L F A Pts Chelsea 7 5 1 1 15 3 16 Liverpool 7 4 3 0 17 6 15 Man City 7 4 2 1 14 3 14 Man Utd 7 4 2 1 14 6 14 Everton 7 4 2 1 13 8 14 Brighton 7 4 2 1 8 5 14 Brentford 7 3 3 1 10 6 12 Tottenham 7 4 0 3 6 10 12 West Ham 7 3 2 2 14 10 11 Aston Villa 7 3 1 3 10 9 10 Arsenal 7 3 1 3 5 10 10 Wolves 7 3 0 4 5 6 9 Leicester 7 2 2 3 9 12 8 C Palace 7 1 1 2 8 11 7 Watford 7 2 4 4 7 10 7 Leeds 7 1 3 3 7 14 6 Southampton 7 0 4 3 5 10 4 Burnley 7 0 3 4 5 11 3 Newcastle 7 0 3 4 8 16 3 Norwich 7 0 1 6 2 16 1 SLAM Job hangs by thread but as Bruce reaches 1,000 games he blasts: Show me respect ■I’M STILL THE BOSS: Steve Bruce leads training JOB IS ALL MINE, ALL 999... From Back Page exciting times. I will have a crack and try my utmost. Who would not want this opportunity and love to be sitting in my chair? “I will make a fist of it and do my best for the club.” Bruce revealed he was ready to walk away in the summer when the club was still in Mike Ashley’s hands, before Staveley (inset) Amid the storm of managing Newcastle – winning only seven of the last 37 games, fronting up for Mike Ashley, regime change and fan chants against him – there are times when Steve Bruce’s history has been forgotten. “It is now 1,000 games,” he said. “I played 950-odd as a player. I’ve been involved for 43 years on the trot, since I was a kid. I won every domestic medal there is... a few times over.” The short-term arguments, controversy and upheaval may blur what that means. It may warp memories and change reputations. But when Bruce’s career is concluded, it is a record – a longevity – that few, if any, can match in the game. Even some of his terrace critics on Tyneside will not begrudge him a 1,000th game in the dug-out. Bruce is still fighting the fight. He said: “What you cry out for is a bit of respect. Just a little bit of respect and have some dignity about you. That’s what I have tried to put in place. “I will keep my dignity. It has been difficult. But I have never given up. I was born and bred here. There is something in me.” As a player, Wallsend lad Steve Roger Bruce won three Premier League titles, three FA Cups, a league cup and a UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup. P W D L Win% Sheff Utd Jul 1998-May,1999 55 22 15 18 40.0 Huddersfield May 1999-Oct 2000 66 25 16 25 37.9 Wigan Apr 2001-May 2001 8 3 2 3 37.5 C Palace May 2001-Nov 2001 18 11 2 5 61.1 Birmingham Dec 2001-Nov 2007 269 100 69 100 37.2 Wigan Nov 2007-Jun 2009 68 23 17 28 33.8 Sunderland Jun 2009-Nov 2011 98 29 28 41 29.6 Hull Jun 2012-Jul 2016 201 82 44 75 40.8 Aston Villa Oct 2016-Oct 2018 102 46 25 31 45.1 Sheff Wed Feb 2019-Jul 2019 18 7 8 3 38.9 Newcastle Jul 2019-Now 96 28 28 40 29.2 Totals 999 376 254 369 37.6 He has gone on to manage 10 clubs over 22 years, all with their problems and never among the elite. Has he ever thought about taking a break, walking away? Yes, this summer. He said: revived takeover hope. He said: “I thought after finishing 12th and 13th and matching the previous manager (Rafa Benitez): ‘Can I take it forward? Can I get any better than this?’ “Then I thought of my staff and this and that and I thought, ‘However difficult it is, it is a great job’. I decided to carry ■■ by SIMON BIRD “After finishing 12th and 13th and matching the previous manager (Rafa Benitez), I was asking: ‘Can I get any better than this? How do I take the club forward?’ “I thought, ‘However difficult it is, it’s still a great job’. I’m one of 20 in the Premier League. I decided to carry on.” He denied he was simply hanging round to get a pay-off reported to be in the region of £8m, saying it was an “awful question”. “It is not all about money with me,” he said. “I want to be the manager of Newcastle. That is not going to change. Who wouldn’t want to, especially now? “I am focusing on Sunday, try to get a result and see what happens after that.” Bruce says concerns about Saudi human rights abuses that have soured the takeover and the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi were “for politicians” to deal with. And he is hoping the £305m deal will eventually put the club “in the elite”. Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp said yesterday the Geordies would become a “superpower”. And Bruce refused to criticise former owner Ashley, who sold up after 14 years, saying: “I’ll let others judge. For me, I will always thank him for the opportunity to manage this club.” Instead, he is looking forward to a “ridiculous atmosphere” at St James’ Park tomorrow, “the likes of which we’ve not witnessed in a long time”. Bruce accepts criticism for his role in Newcastle’s winless start, adding: “If you’re in the bottom six or seven and you haven’t won all season, then very quickly you become under the pump. We all accept that. “Results haven’t been good enough. But when it becomes personal, you just cry out for a bit of respect. “I understand it at the minute, results haven’t been good enough, so I take that on the chin. We all know the job. If you don’t get results, then you will be criticised. That’s the nature of the beast.” Any manager would want this chance on.” Bruce blasted reporters, saying they had incorrectly stated he would be sacked this week, despite them being legitimately sourced. He said: “I hope you are feeling the heat because it hasn’t happened. “Let’s hope you are getting stick from your bosses. You have not done your job properly.” MERSE: Title talk is just laughable, survival is the first target PAGE 38 BUZZ: Ferdinand Sky the limit for Sir Les ■■ by SIMON BIRD NEWCASTLE legend Les Ferdinand has predicted the Saudi takeover will turn the club into a new Manchester City or Chelsea. The former striker was part of Kevin Keegan’s Entertainers, when the club challenged for the title in the mid-90s – something the new owners want to recreate. ‘Sir Les’ said: “The expectations will be massive. The fans will see the owners of Man City and when Roman Abramovich went to Chelsea and the difference it made to those clubs. “Not just the club, the surrounding area. “Newcastle is in a place all on its own. “What it will bring to the city is going to be absolutely massive – 100 per cent I am excited about what is to come. I desperately want Newcastle to do well. The next players who will be linked... I want to see progress. “There was no love lost for Mike Ashley and hopefully this means progression for the football club.” Newcastle are being linked with some galactico signings but Ferdinand says a team ethic has to prevail as the squad is rebuilt. He added: “Back then was the most enjoyable time of my career. We were disappointed we didn’t win the league when we were so close. I can’t keep thinking about it or you would spiral into depression.” Tomorrow Newcastle play Spurs, who Ferdinand also played for, and he added: “Newcastle could do with the points the most but Tottenham want to get their season back on track. “The desperation of where Newcastle are now… I want to see them stay up. It’s the only stadium I’d want to be in this weekend.”

■ by JASON HEAVEY him home, while the rapid improver Dubai Honour looks the one to Ascot tipping SUPER SAVER: West Ham DS1ST DS1ST SEE PagES 2-3 statement: mishri f seeks revenge over adayar at ascot in association with in a sociation with 1 1 DS1ST i’ll pick who i want BLASTS pep PAGE 39 dailystar.co.uk/sport Ole hits back at Sir Alex ■■ by DAVID McDONNELL Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has dismissed Sir Alex Ferguson’s criticism of his controversial decision to bench Cristiano Ronaldo. Solskjaer (inset) left Ronaldo out of his starting line-up to face Everton, a decision that backfired as his Manchester United side were held 1-1 at Old Trafford. After the game, Ferguson was filmed telling someone, “You should always play your best players” in a conversation about Solskjaer’s decision to Turn to Page 41 Britain’s numBer one racing pullout ■ mish-ion Saturday, October 16, 2021 StarForm Gosden star has pace to outgun Derby hero MISHRIFF (3.50) can gain revenge over old rival Adayar when Europe’s top two middle-distance stars go head to head in the Qipco Champion Stakes. ■ Derby hero Adayar had Mishriff behind him when landing the King George this season – but there is good reason to believe the tables wi l be turned when they return to Asco today. John Gosden’s (below) four-year-old ran a cracker in the King George, conceding 1lb to Adayar and briefly looking a threat before the winner’s stamina kicked in over the 1m4f trip. Bu this rematch is over 1m2f, and that plays to Mishriff’s poten turn o foot – which he used to run away with the Juddmonte International las time. Adayar can chase The NO.1 pullout that scores eVeRY time on a mish-ion complete the places. special: pages 2-3 Raya springs into action to deny Ja rod Bowen in the win at SATURDAY raya beast blossomed at brentford insiDe JocKeY Face-oFF murphy grimly holds title lead PAGE 2 Saturday, October 16, 2021 BasH tHe BooKies top tips from the couch PAGE 2 Rising son from Class top Dog of ‘92 Hobbsy’s tips at the track Page 7 PAGE 11 free born in spain, lived in blackburn, ■ RAYA OF SUNSHINE: Brentford keeper David is already proving a star in the Prem INSIDE 2 great pullouts JOB TYNE STILL MINE ON THE STEVE Bruce will fight to keep his job as Newcastle boss long term. The club confirmed Bruce will take charge of his 1,000th game as a manager against Spurs tomorrow, as the veteran admitted he considered quitting in the summer. And the man in the firing line then turned on reporters for suggesting he would be sacked this week. Toon director Amanda Staveley ■■ by SIMON BIRD ■THERE CAN BE ONLY ONE: And Steve Bruce is holding on to the hope that he will lead the Newcastle revolution Bruce pleads to stay before his 1000th game as a boss released a statement yesterday lunchtime to confirm Bruce stays until tomorrow at least. But he revealed he wants to extend his tenure well beyond that, saying: “Who wouldn’t want to try? I will not give up the hope of it. “Who wouldn’t want this job going forward?... There will be hundreds of managers wanting the same and it is Turn to Page 43 £5,000 GUARANTEED PRIZE POT THIS SATURDAY, 3PM* KNOW YOUR FOOTIE? PLAY NOW DOWNLOAD THE APP 18+ UK only, T&Cs apply. Who Knows Wins is committed to responsible gambling and fairness. *WKW PICK 10 Total Prize Pot before deductions on 16/10/21 Enjoy the game but play responsibly. Published by Express Newspapers, a subsidiary company of Reach Plc, One Canada Square, London E14 5AP. 0208 612 7000. Outside UK +44(0) 208 612 7000. Printed by Reach Printing Services, St Albans Rd, Watford WD24 7RG; Reach Printing Services, Hollinwood Ave, Chadderton, Oldham OL9 8EP; D C Thomson, 80 Kingsway East, Dundee DD4 8SL; Independent News & Media, 124-144 Royal Avenue, Belfast BT1 1EB. Bermont Impresion S.L Avenida de Alemania 12, 28821 Coslada, Madrid, Spain; Deposito Legal no. TO-394/96; T.F. Print SA, Tenerife; EUROPRINTER SA Zone Aéropole, avenue Jean Mermoz,B 6041 GOSSELIES WMBDS 1234 ABCDEFGHI JKLPQRS * TUW Austria €3.00; Belgium €2.00; Bulgaria BGN 3.70; Canary Is €2.40; Cyprus Cyp €2.15; Denmark DKr 20.00; Germany €2.00; Gibraltar £1; Greece €2.50; Italy €2.00; Luxembourg €2.00; Malta €2.50; Netherlands €2.75; Norway NKr 29.00; Portugal (Cont.) €2.40; Spain €2.40; Switzerland SFr 2.00; Turkey TL 7.00. NEWSPAPERS SUPPORT RECYCLING The recycled paper content of UK newspapers in 2018 was 68.2%

The NO.1 pullout that scores EVERY time DS1ST Saturday, October 16, 2021 in association with 1 ■SUPER SAVER: Raya springs into action to deny Jarrod Bowen in the win at West Ham SATURDAY Rising son from Class of ‘92 Page 7 raya beast Born in Spain, lived in Blackburn, blossomed at Brentford SEE Pages 2-3 ■RAYA OF SUNSHINE: Brentford keeper David is already proving a star in the Prem

DS1ST 2 Saturday, October 16, 2021 The NO.1 pullout that scores EVERY time Bees keeper buzzing of ‘massive project’ raya won’t be rattleD by blues superstars BRENTFORD v CHELSEA KO: 5.30pm, Sky Sports. Ref: Anthony Taylor ■■ by tony banks THE first thing to strike you about David Raya is the broad Lancashire accent with a hint of Spanish. Born in Barcelona... forged in Blackburn. It is nearly 10 years since the callow 16-year-old made his way on a scholarship from humble UE Cornella in Catalonia to Ewood Park, joining up with Rovers’ youth scheme. Now, the honorary Englishman loves living by the Thames in West London, has fallen in love with a Sunday roast and is one of the surprise stars of this Premier League season. The Brentford goalkeeper’s performance against Liverpool at the end of last month was sensational. And this evening he faces another of the most formidable attacks in world football as Chelsea arrive at the Brentford Community Stadium – Romelu Lukaku, Timo Werner, Kai Havertz and the rest. Raya grinned at the prospect. “They are world-class players, we know,” he said. “They won the Champions League last year. But we don’t fear them. We want the three points. “We have to play our game, be confident in each other, fight for each other.” Not much has fazed Raya or the Bees so far this season, back in the top flight after a gap of 74 years. Ask Arsenal, Wolves and West Ham, all beaten already in the run of only one defeat in their opening seven games that has Thomas Frank’s side sitting in seventh place, just four points off the top spot held by Chelsea. He is ready for another big night with the kind of confidence that comes from leaving home as he did in 2012, creating a career and making his first-team debut in the hairy battleground of the Conference on loan at part-time Southport in a 3-0 thumping at Macclesfield. “I was there for three months,” said Raya. “I only have good memories. I owe a lot to them for letting me play men’s football. The Conference Premier was a very tough league. “We got into the third round of the FA Cup against Derby and only lost to a last-minute penalty. “My first game, though, we lost 3-0, and I was thinking, ‘What is this?’ I only met them for the first time that night. “The players were part-time. They would train in the morning, get changed, go to work. How did they do it? Working Friday night ■EARLY RISER: A young Raya makes a save in an FA Cup tie against Derby while on loan at Southport ■NO-GO: Raya foils Diogo Jota in the thrilling 3-3 draw with Liverpool before a game, playing twice a week. We stayed in a hotel just once or twice for away games. All of that makes you grow up very quickly.” Brentford’s recruitment process spotted Raya in 2019 after 98 league games for Blackburn and brought him south for a bargain £3m. He said: “When I came it was a massive project. They told me about the new stadium, there to be ready for the Premier League.” But he added: “We don’t think too much into the future. We have competed against everybody. It’s a good start but we have to build. We have an identity. We are not going to change that for anybody.” There have been bumps in the road, though, mainly a play-off defeat by Fulham a year ago, when Joe Bryan’s free-kick deceived Raya. “I didn’t dwell on that,” he said. “Afterwards the boss said he wanted me to play even higher up the pitch! We had to pick ourselves up and ■IN WITH A SHOUT: The keeper gets vocal go again. We had no choice – and we did it.” And there is so much he likes about England. “If you live in Exeter, you support Exeter,” he said. “When I was at Blackburn in League One we had 12-15,000 watching. You don’t get that in Spain. “I love a Sunday roast – beef or chicken. And I like living by the Thames. I’m happy here.” And as for the accent? “It’s unique!” said Raya. “A mix of Spanish with Lancashire.”

The NO.1 pullout that scores EVERY time to be part ■CHEER WE GO: Bees boss Thomas Frank Frank is happy to win ugly THOMAS FRANK has warned his Brentford team that a good start to the season can soon turn ugly. The Bees boss, whose side face top-of-the-table Chelsea at the Brentford Community Stadium tonight, have lost just once in their opening seven games in the top flight. And they have already seen off Arsenal, Wolves and West Ham. But plenty of teams have ■■ by TONY BANKS made good starts to the season and then stumbled. Bournemouth were seventh at the start of November two years ago and still went down, while last year Southampton were top in November and ended up a panicky 15th. Frank said: “We have to carry this on, 100 per cent. We are pleased with the start and performances, because they are well- deserved points. But we need to maintain this laser focus on the next game. “It’s so important that we don’t get carried away, we know it is a long season. It is a relentless league in terms of quality. “Southampton last year did fantastic and were top and then lost eight of the next nine games. So, one day at a time, focus. “Then you can dream big.” DS1ST tuchel left ‘decimated’ after more bad breaks ■■ by TONY BANKS THOMAS TUCHEL has lashed out at the pressure being placed on players as the international break left his Chelsea defence “decimated”. The Blues visit Brentford tonight with both Thiago Silva and Antonio Rudiger out. Silva only arrived back yesterday afternoon after figuring for Brazil in their 4-1 win over Uruguay. Fellow central defender Rudiger injured his back playing for Germany in their 2-1 win over Romania, leaving Tuchel probably having to throw in youngster Trevoh Chalobah against the Bees. The Chelsea manager (below) said: “Our defence is decimated. It’s nothing new. This is how it is nowadays. “Are we happy about it, the coaches, with the amount of games our players play for their countries? No, we are not. Does anybody ask us if we want to change anything? Also, not. “We speak about it at UEFA coaches meetings but you have to accept it. I don’t like it. The guys play too much, they travel too much.” Tuchel believes that his experience of being the Bundesliga underdog at Mainz will help him handle surprise Prem package Brentford. He added: “I coached an underdog team long enough to know how capable you can be as a group in closing the gap in modern football. It is possible. “Now we are on the other side. Brentford will be ready to overperform. This is what they do in every game. “The spectators, the coaches are ready to overperform and the players. “The good thing is we know. We know this will happen and we cannot be surprised. “Yes, we are favourites but then it becomes even harder because it has such a high value to get a good result against us. This will be tough.” ASTON VILLA v WOLVES LEON BAILEY will miss out with a thigh problem for Villa, while Bertrand Traore and Carney Chukwuemeka are doubts. Emi Martinez and Douglas Luiz should play after arriving back from international duty. Francisco Trincao has tested positive for Covid for Wolves. Boss Bruno Lage has no other new concerns. Last season: Aston Villa 0 Wolves 0. Referee: Michael Oliver. BRENTFORD v CHELSEA BRENTFORD should be able to call on the services of Kristoffer Ajer and Vitaly Janelt (both muscle), but Shandon Baptiste is out with a dislocated shoulder. ROMELU LUKAKU (muscle) is fit, while N’Golo Kante (Covid) and Reece James (ankle) return for Chelsea, but Antonio Rudiger (back) is ruled out, as are Christian Pulisic and Thiago Silva. Last season: NA. Referee: Anthony Taylor. LEICESTER v MAN UNITED FOXES defender Jonny Evans could make his first league start since April following a foot injury and illness. Defender Jannik Vestergaard is out with an unspecified problem. UNITED could be boosted by the returns of Marcus Rashford (shoulder) and Harry Maguire (calf), but Raphael Varane (groin) is absent. Fred and Edinson Cavani might miss out. Last season: Leicester 2 Manchester United 2. Referee: Craig Pawson. MAN CITY v BURNLEY CITY forward Ferran Torres has suffered a fracture to his right foot and is out for up to three months. Ederson and Gabriel Jesus will not be back from Brazil duty. Burnley captain Ben Mee has tested positive for Covid, so will miss out, but Maxwel Cornet (right) returns after a hamstring issue and Johann Berg Gudmundsson is fit. Last season: Manchester City 5 Burnley 0. Referee: Martin Atkinson. EVERTON v WEST HAM EVERTON will still be without injured frontmen Richarlison and Dominic Calvert-Lewin, but Lucas Digne and Yerry Mina are available. West Ham defender Vladimir Coufal (groin) will be monitored, while Ryan Fredericks (groin) could return for David Moyes’ outfit. Last season: Everton 0 West Ham 1. Referee: Stuart Attwell. Saturday, October 16, 2021 TOMORROW in association with TEAMTALK NORWICH v BRIGHTON STRUGGLING Norwich have fitness concerns over Mathias Normann, Christoph Zimmermann and Todd Cantwell, but Milot Rashica (knee) is available. SEAGULLS quartet Yves Bissouma, Tariq Lamptey, Adam Webster and Enock Mwepu could be in contention, but Danny Welbeck (hamstring) and Steven Alzate (ankle) are both sidelined. Last season: NA. Referee: Peter Bankes. SOUTHAMPTON v LEEDS SAINTS will be without captain James Ward- Prowse (ban), so Ibrahima Diallo is likely to get a rare start. On-loan Armando Broja will return but Che Adams (muscle) is out. Leeds head coach Marcelo Bielsa has not ruled out winger Raphinha, while Patrick Bamford (ankle) is still out and midfielder Kalvin Phillips (calf) will be monitored. Last season: Southampton 0 Leeds 2. Referee: David Coote. WATFORD v LIVERPOOL CLAUDIO RANIERI takes charge of his first Watford game and he could have Joshua King available after a knee injury, but Francisco Sierralta and Christian Kabasele (both hamstring) are out. LIVERPOOL will be without Brazil pair Alisson and Fabinho, who will complete their quarantine in Spain. Diogo Jota and Trent Alexander-Arnold should be fit. Last season: NA. Referee: Jon Moss. NEWCASTLE v TOTTENHAM Callum Wilson returns after a thigh issue to boost the Magpies, while Jamaal Lascelles, Joe Willock and Jonjo Shelvey also return. SPURS full-back Matt Doherty suffered a knock on international duty but Giovani Lo Celso, Cristian Romero, Davison Sanchez and Emerson Royal should all be available. Last season: Newcastle 2 Tottenham 2. Referee: Andre Marriner. 3

Saturday, October 16, 2021 There just ain’t no stopping jim ■■ by DAVE ARMITAGE WOLVES boss Bruno Lage says Raul Jimenez does not want any special treatment following his recovery from a fractured skull. The 30-year-old striker looks certain to start against Aston Villa today despite a gruelling international schedule. Jimenez (inset), who is back after eight months out, has been away on World Cup duty with Mexico. He returned to Wolverhampton after spending more than 13 hours in the air during a two-legged journey from El Salvador to Mexico City and then back to the UK. Boss Lage says there has been no temptation to treat Jimenez with kid gloves because of what he has been through following emergency surgery last November. He said: “We treat him the same as the other guys. I don’t think Raul wants any special treatment. “He played 90, 60 and 30 minutes for Mexico. The way Raul has played the last couple of games for us he will want to play and we want all of our players to be ready. “I won’t take him to one side. He doesn’t want that. We both know we will always try to make the best decisions for him.” The NO.1 pullout that scores EVERY time ■KEEP ME CLOSE: Messi and Martinez celebrate winning the Copa America Aston Villa boss Dean Smith is happy keeper Emi Martinez has won a massive thumbs-up from superstar Lionel Messi. The Argentine ace has become a fully paid-up member of the Villa stopper’s fan club after publicly declaring: “He’s one of the best in the world.” That certainly backs Smith’s judgment in nicking Martinez off Arsenal for £17m this time last year. Now he hopes he’s ready to step straight back into action against Wolves today after yet another week of international globetrotting. The 29-year-old launched himself on the world stage in the summer when he saved three penalties in Argentina’s Copa America semi-final clash with Colombia. He then went on to keep a clean sheet in the final as Messi and his men saw off Brazil. Kick-off: 3pm. Referee: Michael Oliver ■■ by DAVE ARMITAGE Martinez kept his eighth clean sheet in 12 games in the 1-0 win over Peru before hopping on to a private jet to get back in time for Wolves. Smith said: “I think everybody knows what Messi thinks of him. “He’s been trying to win a major tournament for a long period and Emi was a big part of why Argentina won the Copa America, so he’s held in high esteem by Messi and all the Argentinians. “I think the confidence he’s built since he came here has been excellent. “He is looking a bargain at the moment but we knew we were getting a good goalkeeper. in association with MARTI PANTS Emi was wise move says Dean ASTON VILLA v WOLVES I think he’s probably surpassed all our expectations of what we thought he would bring. “He’s growing in confidence every game, which is obviously good for us.” Smith (inset) expects Martinez to be fit and ready to play but is far from happy with the situation South American players find themselves in. He added: “It’s a bit farcical. It’s unprecedented that FIFA allowed the South American World Cup qualifiers to be played within 48 hours of the Premier League fixture list. “You just don’t know where you are – it’s a nightmare. We’ve had Douglas Luiz as well who played 20 minutes for Brazil.” Martinez looks certain to step straight back in for today’s home derby clash with Wolves but midfielder Luiz may well start on the bench.

saints boss has high hopes still ■■ by ALEX CROOK Ralph Hasenhuttl climbed to the top of a mountain to switch off from Southampton’s winless start – and now he hopes his team can do the same against Leeds today. Hasenhuttl (inset) spent part of the international break in the Austrian Alps to try to escape the pressures of attempting to pilot the Saints away from the relegation places. He said: “You should be able to switch off from time to time, otherwise you will go mad. “When we have time off at weekends we go home to Austria and to the mountains. It is a good time to relax and to get some energy. “If you start doing this job, and I have been doing it for a long time, then you know that the wind on the top of the mountain is the strongest. “We have a fantastic job – a Premier League manager is an interesting job every day – and to release the pressure you need wins. “We have not had one so far but the performances my team have shown have been much better than the result in some games. “We need a few bits in our game to make it better and then the wins will come, I am sure.” The NO.1 pullout that scores EVERY time MARCELO Bielsa admits he is worried that Leeds’ goals have dried up this season. They have scored just seven from their first seven Premier League games compared to 13 over the same period last year. Leeds eventually netted 62 times to finish ninth in the last campaign and their lack of goals is a major factor behind their sluggish start. Bielsa concedes it is a concern and says his side cannot blame England striker Patrick Bamford’s continued absence with an ankle injury. The Leeds boss wants his side to be more creative and clinical at Southampton today and said: “I don’t think it depends on Patrick. “We can construct our offensive game in a collective manner. “Of course, having a player who converts the chances increases the possibility of getting more goals. “If you ask me if it worries me, then I say yes. I would like to create more chances on goal and to increase the efficiency in taking those chances. Both Saturday, October 16, 2021 in association with Sort it drought ■SAT OUT: Leeds boss Marcelo Bielsa (above) needs Patrick Bamford back Bielsa warns shot-shy stars SOUTHAMPTON v LEEDS Kick-off: 3pm. Referee: David Coote ■■ by DAVID ANDERSON things have margin for improvement. If Patrick were here, we would enjoy the contribution he makes. But in a parallel way, we are also ready to be at the same level in the games when he’s not here.” Bamford has been out since damaging his ankle at Newcastle a month ago and says Leeds’ injured players have started their own fight club to relieve the boredom of rehabilitation. Skipper Liam Cooper got a body bag from a boxing pal back home in Hull and newly injured players must put it on and take a few digs from their team-mates. Bamford said: “We just say to everybody who steps into the gym who hasn’t been in for a while, ‘You’ve got to get in it and take a few beatings’. “You have to take a punch from each currently injured player if you’re new in. I’ve been in it as well and let them have a go at me. “When you’re injured everyone is down in the dumps. It brings the atmosphere up.” 5

6 Saturday, October 16, 2021 DS1ST The NO.1 pullout that scores EVERY time Blackburn v Coventry TEAM TALK Blackburn left-back Harry Pickering has been struck down by illness, while Tyrhys Dolan is suffering from tonsillitis and Ben Brereton Diaz is still away on international duty with Chile. City are without Matty Godden and Ian Maatsen (both ban) and Martyn Waghorn is a doubt. Bristol City v Bournemouth ROBINS boss Nigel Pearson returns after recovering from coronavirus but he is still without Robbie Cundy, Antoine Semenyo and Tommy Conway. Bournemouth will be without David Brooks as he has been diagnosed with stage two Hodgkin lymphoma and will begin treatment. Fulham v QPR Fulham have Tom Cairney (knee) available for the first time in almost a year while Fabio Carvalho could also be included in the squad. QPR will have to assess three players – Andre Gray (international duty), Sam McCallum and Lee Wallace (both hamstring). Huddersfield v Hull Huddersfield captain Jonathan Hogg (abdominal strain) and Levi Colwill (ankle) are back in contention. Mipo Odubeko (ill) is unlikely to play. Hull will be boosted by the return to contention of George Honeyman (ankle) and Tom Huddlestone (hamstring). Lewie Coyle is back after a ban. Middlesbro v Peterborough BORO manager Neil Warnock has a long list of injuries, including defenders Grant Hall and Dael Fry (both groin). Lee Peltier is banned. Posh boss Darren Ferguson has a one-game ban and he is still without Jonson Clarke-Harris, who remains suspended. Millwall v Luton Millwall pair Scott Malone (thigh) and George Saville (knee) are both doubts but Connor Mahoney (hamstring) could be pushing for a recall. Luton boss Nathan Jones has no new injury concerns. Alan Campbell (ankle) and Admiral Muskwe (hamstring) could both return to the squad. Nottm Forest v Blackpool Forest head coach Steve Cooper expects to have an unchanged squad and could be tempted to stick with the same team. Blackpool are without Chris Maxwell, Shayne Lavery and Daniel Gretarsson. Richard Keogh (groin) should be fit. Preston v Derby Preston will be without Ali McCann (ankle) while Sean Maguire and Patrick Bauer are being assessed. Derby defender Nathan Byrne will sit out the trip to Deepdale due to suspension. Phil Jagielka and Sam Baldock have recovered from their respective knee and hamstring problems. Reading v Barnsley Reading could welcome back Andy Rinomhota (ankle), Alen Halilovic (soft tissue), Dejan Tetek (ankle) and Andy Yiadom (foot). Barnsley will check on the fitness of Mads Andersen and Carlton Morris but Aapo Halme and Josh Benson are definitely out. Sheffield United v Stoke Sheffield United will check on the fitness of George Baldock (hamstring) so Jayden Bogle is likely to be given his first league start of the season. Sam Clucas (ban) and Romaine Sawyers (ineligible) both return to contention for Stoke. Steven Fletcher (ankle) is now fully fit. SWANSEA v CARDIFF TOMORROW: Swansea boss Russell Martin has had a triple boost with Ryan Bennett, Michael Obafemi and Olivier Ntcham all back. Cardiff captain Sean Morrison is set to return after a thigh strain. Kieffer Moore (eye) has been declared fit and Sam Bowen (ill) is also available. FERGET ROAD WOES Boss tells Posh to relax and jinx will go away DARREN FERGUSON has called on his Peterborough side to relax – and end their disastrous away form. Posh have the worst record on the road in the country, losing all five on their travels. They conceded six at Sheffield United and three at both Reading and Coventry and today they face another long trip to Middlesbrough. Ferguson said: “I have every confidence, every belief – they need to make sure they have that too. “My players still have the handbrake on – they won’t release it as they don’t have the belief. “But my hope is once they can go ahead in an away game, we just sort of relax and play. “That first win after a break can change the whole dynamic of a season. We need to improve quickly.” Neil Warnock has warned Middlesbrough “the chips are ■APPEALING: Lawrence still has hope ■■ by IAN BAKER down” as they face an injury crisis and inconsistent form. Boro have lost five of their last nine games with just two wins and face Peterborough needing to get back on track to chase a play-off place. But they have problems at the back with a major defensive injury crisis. Warnock said: “It seems to be all defenders at the moment. Grant Hall and Dael Fry will be out for three or four weeks. “Anfernee Dijksteel is out, Marc Bola went down yesterday. I can’t see either of them coming back before Cardiff. “Lee Peltier is suspended and we haven’t seen Paddy McNair train yet.” Warnock wants some spirit to come out of the setbacks. He said: “It looks like being a tough week for us, the chips are down. But I want the players to enjoy it, we have to get the crowd behind us. “It’s all about togetherness.” ■IN WITH A SHOUT: Ferguson aims for a first away point at Boro who will be without Dael Fry (right) Tom wants table turned DERBY skipper Tom Lawrence ■■ JAMES NURSEY admits he is pinning his hopes where a club enters administration on a successful appeal against due to “unforeseeable and their 12-point deduction. unavoidable” circumstances. The Rams’ administrators this Derby’s chairman Mel Morris week confirmed they are appealing previously claimed Covid and the ruling by the EFL which has left losses of £20m from the pandemic them bottom of the table. forced him to call in administrators. The points deduction, imposed Lawrence said: “It is tough following the confirmation of the when you look at the table but it appointment of administrators, will is where we are. remain applied while the arbitration “We focus every game at a time process is on-going. to try to get the win. Hopefully the But the league’s regulations points will come back on the board state an appeal can be launched and it will get us back up there.”

The NO.1 pullout that scores EVERY time BRENSATION Forest ace eyes text from Becks BRENNAN JOHNSON has revealed David Beckham is the most famous person in his phone. And he might just get a text from the Manchester United and England legend this weekend after his award today. Johnson’s impressive performances for resurgent Nottingham Forest saw the winger named EFL Young Player of the Month. Johnson has two goals and three assists in the Championship for Forest, who are unbeaten under new boss Steve Cooper. His fans include Beckham as his ex-pro dad David won the FA Youth Cup at Manchester United and was a member of the club’s famous Class of ‘92. Johnson, 20, said: “He is definitely the most famous person in my phone. “There is a few of them from that team who have kept in touch over the years. That is how we know each other. Maybe Bradford v Bristol Rovers Bradford have Oscar Threlkeld (head) back, while Finn Cousin-Dawson returns after duty with Northern Ireland Under-21s. Rovers look set to be without Junior Brown (rib). It remains to be seen if there is any involvement for Sam Finley (knock). Alfie Kilgour is back after a ban. Carlisle v Tranmere Carlisle defender Rod McDonald (concussion) may be available, while keeper Mark Howard is expected to be in the squad. Tranmere will welcome Irish defender Lee O’Connor back into their squad following international duty. Colchester v Harrogate Tommy Smith and Armando Dobra should return to Colchester’s squad following international duty. Harrogate expect to have defender Lewis Page (hamstring) and captain Josh Falkingham (back) available. Centre-half Rory McArdle (groin) remains sidelined, while Aaron Martin (hip) is a doubt. CRAWLEY v SUTTON Ashley Nadesan (right) returns from suspension for Crawley. Elsewhere, there are no fresh injury concerns for manager John Yems. Jonathan Barden could return for Sutton. The defender has not played since September following a hamstring injury. On-loan striker Isaac Olaofe will be hopeful of starting again. Exeter v Newport Exeter striker Padraig Amond is unavailable to face his parent club. Winger Josh Coley is pushing for a first league start for the Grecians. Newport interim boss Wayne Hatswell is expected to stick with the team that held Bradford to a goalless draw in their last match. Leyton Orient v Walsall Orient welcome back Northern Ireland forward Paul Smyth following international duty, while defender Tom James is back after a suspension. Walsall forward Conor Wilkinson should be fit enough to start in his first return to his former club after scoring a late winner against Salford. ■■ by JAMES NURSEY if he sees it he will get in touch. It is a really nice award to get and shows all the work the boys have been putting in. “It has given me the chance to get some goals and assists. I have really enjoyed playing under the manager.” Johnson believes Forest can recover from their poor start to reach the play-offs ahead of Blackpool’s visit this afternoon. And the Wales international is also confident they can qualify for the World Cup next year. He added: “I think we have the squad to do it with Wales. I really fancy us to get qualified. “Next year could be really exciting if Forest keep going the way we are now. Hopefully we can do maybe the play-offs. “We started poorly but now anything is possible.” DS1ST Northampton v Mansfield Oldham v Stevenage Port Vale v Barrow Salford v Hartlepool Scunthorpe v Forest Green Swindon v Rochdale TEAM TALK Striker Danny Rose (ban) could feature for Northampton, while Michael Harriman and Dominic Revan could also return but Jon Guthrie is still recovering from Covid. Mansfield have doubts over Oli Hawkins and George Maris but Farrend Rawson (ban) is back. Oldham manager Keith Curle will consider whether to recall striker Hallam Hope and Harry Vaughan is back in contention. Stevenage are likely to name an unchanged squad for the trip to Boundary Park. Manager Alex Revell has no new injury concerns. Port Vale defender Aaron Martin (back) could feature. Defender Leon Legge (knee) is still out. Barrow midfielder Ollie Banks is available after a ban. Connor Brown, Jamie Devitt, Luke James and Dimitri Sea have returned to training, but Mike Jones, Tom Beadling, Kgosi Ntlhe and Matt Platt are out. Salford will have defender Ibou Touray and winger Tyreik Wright back from international duty, while Brandon Thomas-Asante (ban) is back. Pools trio Gavan Holohan (groin), Fela Olomola (ankle) and Gary Liddle (Achilles) are nearing returns. Defender Eddy Jones is available. IRON pair Harry Bunn (knee) and Manny Onariase (hamstring) could return to contention while Alex Perry (groin) will be assessed. Rovers midfielder Ebou Adams is back after international duty with Gambia while Udoka Godwin-Malife (shoulder) is closing in on a return. Swindon will have Jojo Wollacott, Kaine Kesler Hayden, Jonny Williams and Alex Gilbert all back in contention to start after the quartet were on international duty. Rochdale remain without forward Josh Andrews due to a hamstring injury. ■PHONE A FRIEND: Johnson collects his award and (below) with Beckham O’Neill’s so wary ■■ by DAVE ARMITAGE Michael O’Neill believes Sheffield United are shaking off their relegation hangover. The Stoke boss takes his fourth-placed side to Bramall Lane today with a warning for his players. Even though their opponents have lost their last two games, O’Neill is refusing to take them lightly. He said: “They had a difficult start adapting to life in the Championship. “There’s always a bit of a hangover when you are relegated and change managers. “But they are starting to look more like the side that we saw in the Premier League. “It’s not like the Championship is something most of their players aren’t used to.” The former Northern Ireland manager added: “Sheffield United away is right up there with the hardest games you will get, so there’s no chance we’ll be complacent about it. “It’s easy not to start well in this division. The key is not to let your bad runs last too long. “I personally think this game will be as tough as any that we could face this season.” Mid-table United were beaten by high-flying Bournemouth and Middlesbrough before the international break. Saturday, October 16, 2021 TEAM TALK AFC Wimbledon v Sheff WED Bolton v Wigan in association with AFC Wimbledon will be without George Marsh, who has broken a bone in his foot. Ollie Palmer (calf) and Will Nightingale (ankle) are also out. Wednesday will be missing defenders Sam Hutchinson and Lewis Gibson. Bolton’S Gethin Jones is unavailable due to suspension so Harry Brockbank could deputise. Wigan captain Tendayi Darikwa will be available after being away with Zimbabwe. Latics boss Leam Richardson could name the same team again. Cambridge v Ipswich Cambridge midfielder Jack Lankester (knock) will be assessed but boss Mark Bonner has no other selection concerns. Bersant Celina could return for Ipswich after being on international duty with Kosovo. CHELTENHAm v ACCRINGTON Cheltenham midfielder Liam Sercombe is out after suffering a groin injury in training. Captain Will Boyle (calf) will be assessed but Charlie Raglan (knee) is out. Accrington will have Ross Sykes (right) back from a ban. The defender sat out the 2-1 success over Ipswich after picking up his fifth yellow card of the season. Doncaster v Wycombe Doncaster’s Jon Taylor (ankle) is set to make a long-awaited return since March. Ethan Galbraith, Tiago Cukur and Pontus Dahlberg all return. Wycombe boss Gareth Ainsworth has Daryl Horgan and Sullay Kaikai available again. Fleetwood v Crewe Conor McLaughlin could come in for his second Fleetwood bow after rejoining the club. Crewe forward Chris Long may return to the squad from injury and illness. Scott Kashket is fit, while Madger Gomes could make his league debut. Gillingham v Sunderland Gillingham will check on Ryan Jackson and Mustapha Carayol but left-back David Tutonda is out with a hamstring injury. Sunderland’s Corry Evans and Nathan Broadhead are out while Leon Dajaku has a thigh strain. Lincoln v Charlton Lincoln will assess Adam Jackson, Liam Bridcutt, Conor McGrandles and Teddy Bishop, while keeper Josh Griffiths (thumb) is a doubt. Charlton will be close to full strength save for a doubt over one unnamed player. Oxford v Plymouth Oxford will be at full strength. Gavin Whyte is back in contention, as are Billy Bodin, Marcus McGuane, Herbie Kane and Jamie Hanson. Leaders Plymouth welcome back Luke Jephcott and Brendan Galloway from international duty. Rotherham v Portsmouth Rotherham defender Joe Mattock (Achilles) is in line to return. The Millers will check on Shane Ferguson, Chiedozie Ogbene and Joshua Kayode. Pompey are waiting to discover the extent of injuries to Paul Downing (hamstring) and Ellis Harrison (ankle) after they were hurt in midweek. Shrewsbury v MK Dons SHREWS striker Ryan Bowman has returned to training after last weekend’s heart scare, but will not be involved. George Nurse (knock) could return. MK Dons manager Liam Manning has a few minor knocks to deal with. However, he believes he will have virtually a full-strength squad available. 7

8 Saturday, October 16, 2021 seriously football (3pm unless stated) TODAY Aston Villa v Wolves.................................... Brentford v Chelsea (5.30pm, Sky Sports) Leicester v Man Utd.................................... Man City v Burnley...................................... Norwich v Brighton...................................... Southampton v Leeds................................. Watford v Liverpool (12.30pm, BT Sport).. TOMORROW Everton v West Ham (2pm, Sky Sports)..... Newcastle v Spurs (4.30pm, Sky Sports).. MONDAY Arsenal v C Palace (8pm, Sky Sports)....... DS1ST THE BIG WEEKEND in association with Your ultimate guide to all the football action P W D L F A Pts Chelsea 7 5 1 1 15 3 16 Liverpool 7 4 3 0 17 6 15 Man City 7 4 2 1 14 3 14 Man Utd 7 4 2 1 14 6 14 Everton 7 4 2 1 13 8 14 Brighton 7 4 2 1 8 5 14 Brentford 7 3 3 1 10 6 12 Tottenham 7 4 0 3 6 10 12 West Ham 7 3 2 2 14 10 11 Aston Villa 7 3 1 3 10 9 10 Arsenal 7 3 1 3 5 10 10 Wolves 7 3 0 4 5 6 9 Leicester 7 2 2 3 9 12 8 Crystal Palace 7 1 4 2 8 11 7 Watford 7 2 1 4 7 10 7 Leeds 7 1 3 3 7 14 6 Southampton 7 0 4 3 5 10 4 Burnley 7 0 3 4 5 11 3 Newcastle 7 0 3 4 8 16 3 Norwich 7 0 1 6 2 16 1 SUNDAY Showdown LAST TIME THEY MET In the Prem at St James’ Park – April 4, 2021 NEWCASTLE 2 (Joelinton 28, Willock 85) TOTTENHAM 2 (Kane 30, 34) NEWCASTLE (5-3-2): Dubravka; Murphy (Manquillo 82), Krafth (Willock 79), Lascelles, Dummett, Ritchie; S Longstaff, Shelvey, Almiron; Joelinton, Gayle (Saint-Maximin 71). Subs: Darlow, Clark, M Longstaff, Lewis, Hendrick, Anderson. TOTTENHAM (4-4-2): Lloris; Tanganga, Sanchez, Rodon, Reguilon; Moura (Lamela 64), Hojbjerg, Ndombele, Lo Celso (Bale 88); Vinicius (Son 45), Kane. Subs: Winks, Hart, Dier, Sissoko, Alli, Scarlett. REFeree: Craig Pawson ■OPENER: Joelinton enjoys his goal P W D L F A Pts Bournemouth 11 7 4 0 18 8 25 *West Brom 11 6 4 1 20 9 22 Coventry 11 7 1 3 16 12 22 Stoke 11 6 3 2 15 11 21 Fulham 11 6 2 3 23 13 20 QPR 11 5 3 3 22 16 18 Huddersfield 11 5 2 4 16 14 17 Blackburn 11 4 4 3 19 14 16 Bristol City 11 4 4 3 14 13 16 Reading 11 5 1 5 17 19 16 Millwall 11 3 6 2 11 11 15 Blackpool 11 4 3 4 11 14 15 Luton 11 3 5 3 18 16 14 Sheff Utd 11 3 3 5 14 16 12 Middlesbrough 11 3 3 5 11 13 12 *Birmingham 11 3 3 5 10 15 12 Nottm Forest 11 3 2 6 14 14 11 Preston 11 2 5 4 12 15 11 Swansea 11 2 5 4 9 14 11 Cardiff 11 3 2 6 12 19 11 Hull 11 2 3 6 8 15 9 Barnsley 11 1 5 5 7 14 8 Peterborough 11 2 2 7 12 23 8 **Derby 11 3 5 3 7 8 2 *Not including last night’s match **Deducted 12 points (3pm unless stated) TODAY Blackburn v Coventry.................................. Bristol City v Bournemouth........................ Fulham v QPR (12.30pm, Sky Sports)........ Huddersfield v Hull...................................... Middlesbrough v Peterborough................. Millwall v Luton............................................ Nottingham Forest v Blackpool................. Preston v Derby........................................... Reading v Barnsley..................................... Sheff United v Stoke.................................... TOMORROW Swansea v Cardiff (12pm, Sky Sports)...... P W D L F A Pts Plymouth 12 6 5 1 19 11 23 Wycombe 11 7 2 2 18 12 23 Wigan 10 7 1 2 17 7 22 Sunderland 10 7 1 2 18 11 22 Rotherham 11 6 2 3 16 9 20 MK Dons 11 5 4 2 21 15 19 Oxford Utd 11 5 3 3 17 12 18 Bolton 12 5 3 4 20 16 18 Sheff Wed 11 5 3 3 11 9 18 *Burton Albion 12 4 4 4 11 14 16 Accrington 11 5 1 5 14 20 16 Portsmouth 11 4 3 4 14 10 15 *Morecambe 11 4 2 5 20 18 14 Ipswich 11 3 4 4 21 19 13 AFC Wimbledon 11 3 4 4 17 19 13 Cambridge 10 3 4 3 14 16 13 Lincoln City 11 3 3 5 14 15 12 Cheltenham 11 3 3 5 11 20 12 Gillingham 12 2 5 5 11 17 11 Fleetwood 10 2 4 4 17 18 10 Charlton 11 2 3 6 12 18 9 Crewe 11 1 5 5 9 15 8 Shrewsbury 12 2 2 8 9 18 8 Doncaster 10 2 1 7 6 18 7 (All 3pm) TODAY AFC Wimbledon v Sheff Wed...................... Bolton v Wigan............................................. Cambridge v Ipswich.................................. Cheltenham v Accrington........................... Doncaster v Wycombe................................ Fleetwood v Crewe...................................... Gillingham v Sunderland............................. Lincoln v Charlton....................................... Oxford v Plymouth....................................... Rotherham v Portsmouth........................... Shrewsbury v MK Dons............................... P W D L F A Pts Forest Green 11 7 2 2 20 10 23 Harrogate 11 6 4 1 23 13 22 Swindon 11 5 4 2 14 8 19 Port Vale 11 5 3 3 16 12 18 Tranmere 11 5 3 3 8 4 18 Leyton Orient 11 4 5 2 19 11 17 Sutton 10 5 2 3 16 11 17 Hartlepool 11 5 2 4 11 10 17 Crawley 11 5 2 4 14 15 17 Exeter 11 3 7 1 16 10 16 Barrow 11 4 4 3 15 12 16 Bradford 11 4 4 3 14 11 16 Newport 11 4 3 4 13 13 15 Northampton 11 4 3 4 10 11 15 Stevenage 11 3 4 4 11 15 13 Bristol Rovers 11 4 1 6 12 17 13 Salford 11 3 3 5 12 12 12 Rochdale 11 3 3 5 12 14 12 Walsall 11 3 3 5 13 16 12 Colchester 10 2 4 4 7 11 10 Mansfield 11 2 4 5 10 15 10 Carlisle 11 2 4 5 9 18 10 Oldham 11 2 2 7 6 16 8 Scunthorpe 11 1 4 6 7 23 7 (all 3pm) TODAY Bradford v Bristol Rovers........................... Carlisle v Tranmere...................................... Colchester v Harrogate............................... Crawley v Sutton......................................... Exeter v Newport......................................... Leyton Orient v Walsall............................... Northampton v Mansfield........................... Oldham v Stevenage................................... Port Vale v Barrow....................................... Salford v Hartlepool.................................... Scunthrope v Forest Green......................... Swindon v Rochdale.................................... P W D L F A Pts Grimsby 11 8 2 1 25 11 26 Boreham Wood 11 7 3 1 17 9 24 FC Halifax 11 7 2 2 20 10 23 Chesterfield 11 6 4 1 22 10 22 Bromley 9 6 1 2 20 10 19 Dag & Red 11 6 1 4 24 16 19 Altrincham 10 6 1 3 19 13 19 Solihull Moors 11 5 4 2 17 15 19 Notts County 11 5 3 3 20 15 18 Stockport 10 5 2 3 9 11 17 Woking 9 5 0 4 18 11 15 Wrexham 9 3 4 2 12 11 13 Eastleigh 10 3 3 4 14 17 12 Yeovil 9 3 2 4 9 10 11 Torquay 11 3 2 6 16 22 11 Wealdstone 11 2 4 5 10 18 10 Barnet 11 2 4 5 13 22 10 Maidenhead 10 2 2 6 11 17 8 King’s Lynn 10 2 2 6 11 18 8 Southend 10 2 2 6 7 16 8 Weymouth 11 2 2 7 13 23 8 Aldershot 10 2 1 7 11 17 7 *Dover 11 0 3 8 6 22 -9 *Deducted 12 points TOP SCORERS Premier League: 6: M Salah (Liverpool), J Vardy (Leicester). 5: M Antonio (West Ham). Championship: 10: A Mitrovic (Fulham) B Brereton Diaz (Blackburn). 9: V Gyokeres (Coventry). League One: 9: C Stockton (Morecambe), M Bonne (Ipswich). 8: R Hardie (Plymouth). League Two: 7: L Armstrong (Harrogate). 6: J Matt (Forest Green), J Proctor (Port Vale), H Smith (Leyton Orient) M Stevens (Forest Green). National League: 9: K Tshimanga (Chesterfield). 8: T Campbell (Woking), M Cheek (Bromley) B Water (FC Halifax).

Britain’s number one racing pullout DS1ST ■mish-ion statement: Mishriff seeks revenge over Adayar at Ascot Saturday, October 16, 2021 in association with StarForm Gosden star has pace to outgun Derby hero ■■ by JASON HEAVEY MISHRIFF (3.50) can gain revenge over old rival Adayar when Europe’s top two middle-distance stars go head to head in the Qipco Champion Stakes. Derby hero Adayar had Mishriff behind him when landing the King George this season – but there is good reason to believe the tables will be turned when they return to Ascot today. John Gosden’s (below) four-year-old ran a cracker in the King George, conceding 11lb to Adayar and briefly looking a threat before the winner’s stamina kicked in over the 1m4f trip. But this rematch is over 1m2f, and that plays to Mishriff’s potent turn of foot – which he used to run away with the Juddmonte International last time. Adayar can chase him home, while the rapid improver Dubai Honour looks the one to complete the places. Ascot tipping special: pages 2-3 on a Inside JOCKEY FACE-OFF Murphy grimly holds title lead PAGE 2 BASH THE BOOKIES Top tips from The Couch PAGE 2 1 mish-ion TOP DOG Hobbsy’s tips at the track PAGE 11

2 Saturday, October 16, 2021 StarForm DS1ST britain’s number one OISIN MURPHY 153 william buick 150 Murphy double eases pressure ■■ by cHRIS GOULDING OISIN MURPHY has all but wrapped up the Flat jockeys’ championship following his titanic battle with William Buick after partnering two winners at Haydock yesterday. The Irishman is now three winners clear of his rival despite Buick’s success at Haydock with Chairmanoftheboard. Today, Buick has five rides and Murphy four as the rollercoaster duel rolls on to its final day at Ascot. Buick teams up with Roberto Escobarr (1.25), Creative Force (2.00), Master Of The Seas (3.10), Adayar (3.50) and Matthew Flinders (4.30). Dragon Symbol (2.00) appears the best chance for Murphy, who also rides Tribal Craft (2.35), Alcohol Free (3.10) and Sir Busker (4.30). Murphy, yet to be headed in this thriller, was successful yesterday with Magisterial and Whitehaven. He said: “It’s not over until the final whistle tomorrow and thank you to all the trainers and owners that have supported me. “It’s been a good day and hopefully tomorrow can be good as well, as I ride some stars.” Buick’s title odds have been pushed out to 10-1 by Paddy Power, with Murphy now 1-40. Paul Binfield, spokesman for the firm, said: “It’s been a truly valiant fight by William, but realistically he had to close the gap today.” grand pier Gosden’s star targets fifth win of the year WHEN it comes to finding winners on Champions Day, I love backing horses who are fresh and not tired after a hard season. HAMISH (1.25) has run only once this campaign, when he accounted for subsequent scorer Hukum at Kempton Park in early September. William Haggas has laid him out to capture the Qipco British Champions Long Distance Cup over two miles at Ascot, so he looks a corking each-way wager around the 9-2 mark. Looking at the Qipco British Champions Sprint over six furlongs, it’s hard to get away from the chances of ROHAAN (2.00), who was given a poor ride when fifth over five furlongs at the Curragh on his latest spin last month. The three-year-old showed his liking for this course and distance when hacking up from 20 rivals off a perch of 112 in the Wokingham in June on his favoured soft ground. Ryan Moore has won on the hold-up animal, so having him back in the irons seals the deal. Roger Varian has his team in rare form, which leads me to believe ESHAADA (2.35) will run a big race in the Qipco British Champions Fillies & Mares Stakes over a mile and a half. This member of the Classic generation ran her best race when runner-up to Loving Dream – who snared a Group One affair in Paris recently – over track and trip at Royal Ascot in June, and a repetition of that will see her go very close after a 58-day break. Frankie Dettori rode PALACE PIER (3.10) in a strong piece of work at HQ last Saturday, so the tough Kingman offspring will carry my hard earned in the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes over the straight mile. John Gosden’s four-year-old is unbeaten in a quartet of races this season – and I will be surprised if he doesn’t make it 5-5 under his VIEW FROM THE COUCH By Mark Winstanley brilliant pilot, who comes to life at this meeting. Ideally housed in stall five of 10, Dettori can get plenty of cover early doors before unleashing his mount in the last 100 yards. MISHRIFF (3.50) has not been sighted since he bolted up by six lengths in the Juddmonte International at York in August, so he comes into the Qipco Champions Stakes a very refreshed horse. There is no doubt this mile and a quarter is the four-year-old’s optimum trip, and he can gain his revenge on Adayar (who had a hard race in the Arc 13 days ago) who beat him in the King George over a mile and a half at this track in July. With 23 runners lining up for the one-mile Balmoral Handicap, hunt down a benevolent bookie who is paying six places and back SIR BUSKER (4.30) each-way at 25-1. Oisin Murphy has struck up a wonderful rapport with William Knight’s hold-up beast, as they proved when third behind Palace Pier – beaten just over two lengths – in the Group One Queen Anne Stakes at the royal jamboree over course and distance in June. He was fourth of 14 in the QEII Stakes at this meeting last year and snared a 22-runner handicap at the Berkshire venue in June 2020. And Sir Busker is well-drawn in stall three – in a 16-runner seven-furlong handicap at the last meeting here, the first two home came out of traps two and four, with more than seven lengths back to the third on the stands’ side. ■BUSK CONDUCTOR: Sir Busker (below) looks great value in the Balmoral, having finished third behind Palace Pier in the Queen Anne in June

DS1ST Saturday, October 16, 2021 3 PULLOUT FOR BIG WINNERS in association with ■TRUE CHAMPIONS: Trueshan and Hollie Doyle join forces again to bid for a Long Distance Cup repeat ■ON SONG: Stradivarius is out for revenge against Trueshan BOOKIES KEEP A CLOSE EYE TRUE GRIT by JASON HEAVEY TRUESHAN (1.25) can confirm himself the best stayer around with a repeat victory in the Qipco British Champions Long Distance Cup at Ascot. Main rival Stradivarius was comfortably put in his place by the selection in the Prix Du Cadran last time, with another of today’s opponents Princess Zoe also eight lengths behind. Age may be catching up with the fantastic Stradivarius, whereas Trueshan looks better than ever. Last year’s winner wouldn’t want the ground to dry out too much, but he should have too much class for this opposition. A drop to seven furlongs this season has transformed KINROSS (2.00) and he is a fascinating contender as he tackles six furlongs for the first time in the Qipco British Champions Sprint Stakes. He showed a real burst of speed when staying on from the back in a French Group One last time but just couldn’t get there over the longer trip. He has looked like he has a Group One win in him and this trip on ground that will suit could prove the key to achieving it today. It’s easy to see why Snowfall is favourite for the Qipco British Champions Fillies & Mares Stakes but she’s had a fairly tough season and has questions to answer after her last two runs. Better value lies with Age favours reigning champ ■SPRINT KIN: Kinross has been in great form over seven furlongs and tries six for the first time today INVITE (2.35), who took a big step forward when an impressive winner of a Listed Chester heat last time on her debut for Andrew Balding. She travelled really well in that race before powering clear of highly rated rivals Alounak and Alignak. She has to step up here but arrives fresher than some having had a mid-season break and it’s hard to think there is not more to come. BAAEED (3.10) can triumph in the big showdown with fellow star miler Palace Pier in the Qipco Queen Elizabeth II Stakes. Palace Pier is a tough opponent but he looked a little less impressive than usual when having to work to win his most recent start at Deauville. He flopped in this race last year and he began this season in April. There’s a niggling concern that this big challenge comes a little late for him. Baaeed is the one of the big two who promises to deliver a lot more. Unbeaten in five, it is hard to imagine he has finished improving and William Haggas reports him to be in the shape of his life. SIR BUSKER (4.10) has run some of his best races on this straight course, including when third to Palace Pier in this year’s Queen Anne. He won a big-field handicap over the Balmoral Handicap course and distance in 2020 and was fourth in last season’s QEII. He has been as good as ever this year and is cracking value at 20-1 to snare this prize on his happy hunting ground. ON FRANKIE GIVEN Frankie Dettori’s incomparable record at Ascot, bookmakers are fearing a mighty hit from punters backing the magic man’s mounts at the track this afternoon on Qipco British Champions’ Day. Nicola McGeady of Ladbrokes said: “We are always nervous when it comes to Frankie on Champions Day for obvious reasons, and although he hasn’t got a full book of rides, he still has a very strong hand. “We have already seen support for all four of his mounts.” Dettori took the bookmakers to the cleaners 25 years ago at Ascot with his ‘Magnificent Seven’. The Italian is certainly not short of confidence regarding today’s rides at his favourite racecourse, especially Palace Pier in the QEII Stakes. “I love him, he’s done absolutely nothing wrong his whole career,” Dettori said. “The only race he has been beaten in is this one last year, when he lost a shoe and I got squeezed out at the start. “He was so far back, and with everything that went wrong that day it was a massive run to come home third. “I have almighty respect for Baaeed but Palace Pier is probably one of the best milers I have ever ridden, so I have confidence ■ HIGH JUMP: Dettori is hoping for plenty of flying dismounts ■■ by CHRIS GOULDING that he will put in a huge performance.” The Italian is looking forward to the rematch with Trueshan when he partners Stradivarius in the Long Distance Cup. “Of course, we were disappointed to come second to Trueshan in Paris,” said the Sporting Index ambassador. “I have plenty of respect for him as he’s a very good horse on extreme testing conditions. “But I think now that the ground is going to be better at Ascot, that will help bridge the gap and make things more of a level playing field.” Dettori believes that Kinross, his mount in the Champion Sprint Stakes, is the value at 9-1 to make the frame. “There are others in the race that have better profiles,” said the Italian. “But I’m just hoping we get a clearer run than last time in the Prix de la Foret (fourth to Space Blues) and, if so, he could get placed.” Sunray Major, Dettori’s ride in the closing Balmoral Handicap, may have an unfavoured high draw but the star jockey has plenty of confidence in the colt. “He’s got loads of potential and who knows how far he could go?” he explained. “We’re in stall 21, so we’ll need plenty of luck from there.”

4 Saturday, October 16, 2021 StarForm Curtis opts out Ben Curtis leaves the weighing room for the final time this year at Ascot today. The 32-year-old, booked to ride Mystery Angel in the Qipco British Champions Fillies & Mares Stakes, is having three operations in a matter of weeks. He has planned procedures to fix his feet, nose and the shoulder he dislocated when winning a race in June. Placed seventh in the jockeys’ championship, Curtis (above) says the ongoing issues have ■■ by Melissa jones affected him this season – and he will take time out to come back fighting fit in 2022. “I have spent the year riding in pain,” he said. “Jockeys’ boots and saddles need repairs and so does your body. I’m looking forward to getting back to enjoying the day job.” Either side of winners at Newcastle and Catterick, Curtis jetted in to be by wife Shauna’s side with minutes to spare for the birth of his son Cian. REDHOTBOOKIEBASHER SUPERBWINNERSMONTHAFTERMONTH FROMMYWELCONECTEDCONTACTS BIGWINNINGDAY>LINEDUPTODAY Cal09061749389 Lineupdatesat 10amand4pmdaily Linesupdatedat10am&4pmdaily.Calswilcost£1.50perminuteplusyourtelephonecompany’snetworkaccess charge.SP:Spoke.Helpdesk03332023390.BookieBashermaycontactyoubySMSwithofers-Tooptinto receivingadviceandinformationtextBBYESsendto84902(networkchargeonlyapplies) MARKET RASEN 1.00 CATTERICK 1.20 DS1ST EBF FILLIES’ NOVICE STAKES (GBB RACE) Class 5 2YO 7f (10 runners) £4,050 1 (6) 051 MY BONNIE LASSIE (28)(C,G) K Burke 9 4.....................S James 80 2 (2) 0 ALDABRA (9) Sir M Prescott 9 0............................................R Tate 63 3 (8) 3 BINT ELMALEK (21) C Hills 9 0....................................P Hanagan ★84 4 (5) 5L COFFEE MEHMAS (25) K Ryan 9 0.......................................G Lee 59 5 (3) 0 FORGETMENEVER (26) R Fahey 9 0........................... T Hamilton 64 6 (4) 0 NORDHALLA (43) M Johnston 9 0................................. J Fanning 58 7 (10) 04 OCTOPHOBIA (59) A Keatley 9 0.................................L Edmunds 73 8 (1) 0 PHILOSOPHY (101)(BF)(H*,T*) S & E Crisford 9 0....... P J McDonald 63 9 (9) 4 RUBY JULES (31) D Loughnane 9 0...................................H Shaw 71 10 (7) 3043 TUDOR QUEEN (38) K Ryan 9 0......................................... K Stott 83 Star Betting: 7-4 Bint Elmalek, 7-2 My Bonnie Lassie, 6 Philosophy, 7 Tudor Queen, 8 Octophobia, 14 Forgetmenever, 16 Ruby Jules, 20 Nordhalla, 25 others. 2020: Cable News 9 0, Paul Mulrennan 11-4 Fav (G Scott), drawn (5), 9 ran. STARFORM: TUDOR QUEEN Danger: Ruby Jules 1.55 FILLIES’ NOVICE MEDIAN AUCTION STAKES Class 5 7f (6 runners) £3,510 1 (6) 222 COVER NAME (39)(BF) G Tuer 3 9 2.................................S James ★84 2 (1) 4 DIVA DANCER (14) S Kirk 3 9 2..............................P J McDonald 64 3 (4) 2340 IMPERIAL EIGHT (26)(V*) D O’Meara 3 9 2.............M Crehan (3) 82 4 (3) 0202 NAUGHTY ANA (17)(B) T Easterby 3 9 2......................... C Hardie 72 5 (2) 0L06 SKEDADDLED (65) R Barr 3 9 2...............................H Russell (3) 55 6 (5) 5220 SOVEREIGN MOON (21) D Brown 3 9 2............................. K Stott 68 Star Betting: Evens Cover Name, 9-4 Imperial Eight, 5 Naughty Ana, 12 Diva Dancer, 16 Sovereign Moon, 50 Skedaddled. 2020: No corresponding race. STARFORM: COVER NAME Danger: Imperial Eight 2.30 MARES’ NOVICES’ HURDLE (GBB RACE) Class 4 (10 flights) 2m 5f (5 runners) £4,084 1 0-F1 GLIMPSE OF GALA (32)(G) C Longsdon 5 11 5...... Paul O’Brien (3) 102 2 5536 GERRITZEN (54)(T) T Bulgin 6 10 12................................ M Kendrick — 3 311- MOONAMACAROONA (205)(G,S) A King 5 10 12...............T Cannon — 4 224- ON MY COMMAND (290)(G)(T*) H Fry 5 10 12...................J J Burke ★129 5 44L0 HOORAYFORHANNAH (18)(T*) M Sowersby 4 10 10............................ .........................................................................................A Anderson (7) 48 Star Betting: 11-8 On My Command, 6-4 Moonamacaroona, 3 Glimpse Of Gala, 50 Gerritzen, 100 Hoorayforhannah. 2020: Aggy With It 6 10 12, H Skelton 11-10 (D Skelton), 4 ran. STARFORM: ON MY COMMAND d: Moonamacaroona 1.35 MAIDEN HURDLE (GBB RACE) Class 4 (8 flights) 2m 1f (9 runners) £4,084 1 2-1 AT POETS CROSS (17)(G) N Henderson 5 11 4......... N De Boinville — 2 2L35 DIONYSIS (13)(H) M Weatherer 8 11 4.............................. R Chapman 112 3 15/ FAIR STAR (F28)(S) B Ellison 5 11 4.....................................B Hughes — 4 /445 FOILLAN (10) Dr R Newland 6 11 4.....................................L Edwards 104 5 01-P GALORE DESASSENCES (25)(A) N Hawke 5 11 4.......K Buckley (5) — 6 L HECTOR’S HERE (10)(H*) J Candlish 5 11 4................Sean Quinlan 75 7 23F- MANINSANE (236)(S) C Longsdon 6 11 4................ Paul O’Brien (3) ★119 8 L-60 FAST DEAL (F26) M Chapman 4 11 3................................DOUBTFUL 9 3-0 POST CHAISE (13) O Greenall 4 11 3.............................. R Turner (5) 16 10 23-0 PRESENTING PETE (165) A King 4 11 3.............................T Cannon — Star Betting: 6-4 At Poets Cross, 5-2 Fair Star, 6 Maninsane, 8 Presenting Pete, 12 Galore Desassences, 14 Hector’s Here, 20 Foillan, 25 Dionysis, 50 others. 2020: Copperless 5 10 12, A Coleman 13-8 (O Murphy), 7 ran. STARFORM: FAIR STAR Danger: At Poets Cross 2.10 LINEAR BY SYMPHONY HANDICAP HURDLE Class 3 (10 flights) 2m 5f (8 runners) £10,892 1 101- MARTELLO SKY (184)(C,G,S) L Wadham 5 11 7..........Bryony Frost 136 2 -032 LITTERALE CI (56)(BF,G,S)(P) H Fry 8 11 7.........Miss A B O’Connor (3) ★141 3 5165 CAIUS MARCIUS (21)(CD,C,G0,S)(P) N Richards 10 11 6......... B Hughes 140 4 12S3 SHETLAND BUS (22)(G,S)(T) Justin Landy 8 11 6................Sean Quinlan 139 5 F-LL GAME OF WAR (57)(G,S) Olly Williams 9 11 5............................. T Cannon — 6 150- EARLOFTHECOTSWOLDS (189)(CD2,A,G,S)(P) N Twiston-Davies 7 11 4 T Bellamy 128 7 211- WINGED ISLE (178)(D,G,S) N Mulholland 6 11 0...............B R Jones 138 8 3412 BREAKING WAVES (16)(D,G,S)(B) H Whittington 7 11 0 D Jacob 139 Star Betting: 3 Martello Sky, 4 Winged Isle, 9-2 Litterale Ci, 5 Shetland Bus, Breaking Waves, 10 Earlofthecotswolds, 12 Caius Marcius, 33 Game Of War. 2020: Flashing Glance 7 11 9, Stan Sheppard 10-3 Fav (T Lacey), 9 ran. STARFORM JASON HEAVEY Caius Marcius 11-1 (10-11) Chased leaders, outpaced after 3 out, well beaten before next, 5th of 6, 16l behind Valentino Dancer (10-2) at Market Rasen 2m 1f hcp hdl (2) gd in Sep. G Winged Isle 1-1fav (11-9) Tracked leaders, challenged 2 out, led before next, clear flat, easily, won at Ludlow 2m 5f nov hcp 0-115 (4) gd in Apr beating Honest Exchange (11-10) by 10l, 6 ran. Martello Sky 10-11fav (11-0) Tracked leader, close up 3 out, eased into lead before last, driven out, won at Cheltenham 2m 4f mares listed nov hdl (1) gd in Apr beating Sandymount Rose (11-0) by 2¾l, 5 ran. Litterale Ci 9-4fav (10-13) Ran in snatches, held up early, headway chasing leaders after 2nd, not fluent 4th, lost place after 6th, pushed along in 4th after 3 out, went modest 3rd next, took 2nd run-in, no chance with winner, 2nd of 7, 10l behind Umndeni (10-5) at Newton Abbot 2m 6f hcp hdl 0-150 (2) gd in Aug. STARFORM: CAIUS MARCIUS Danger: Winged Isle Philosophy Diva Dancer Admirality Eye Knee Militia Muscika Tindrum 1.20 1.55 2.30 3.05 3.40 4.15 4.50 STAR TIP GOING: GOOD TO SOFT HAPPY BIRTHDAY KEN SUTCLIFFE HANDICAP Class 4 7f (12 runners) £4,149 1 (3) 1561 PRAXEOLOGY (62)(D2,A,G,S) D Loughnane 4 9 13.......S James 91 2 (10) 0330 BROKEN SPEAR (8)(D,G,S)(P) T Coyle 5 9 11.............K Schofield (5) 90 3 (9) 0030 SHARK TWO ONE (70)(G,S) R Fahey 3 9 10....................... P Hanagan 89 4 (4) 0542 ADMIRALITY (8)(D,G) R Fell 7 9 9.................................... M Crehan (3) 91 5 (5) 0000 QUEEN’S SARGENT (30)(CD,D4,G,S) M Dods 6 9 8..........C Beasley 79 6 (12) 0L00 LORD OBERON (9)(D3,A,S)(V*) K Burke 6 9 5............. P J McDonald 84 7 (1) 4025 COASE (12)(BF,S)(T,V) D O’Meara 4 9 3.................................. C Hardie 90 8 (7) 3200 PRINCE OF BEL LIR (17)(S) Joseph Parr 3 9 2......................... K Stott 93 9 (2) 6160 SECRET GLOW (28)(A) H Main 3 9 0................................ C Rodriguez 88 10 (6) 6652 ONE HART (9)(D3,A,G) G Tuer 4 8 13......................... O Stammers (5) ★95 11 (11) 3251 OBEE JO (39)(CD,C,G,S)(P) T Easterby 5 8 11........... Ella McCain (5) 91 12 (8) 3636 SIR SEDRIC (82)(BF)(T) D Carroll 3 8 7..................................... H Shaw 94 Star Betting: 7-2 Admirality, 5 Praxeology, 6 Obee Jo, 7 One Hart, 8 Coase, 10 Shark Two One, 12 Prince Of Bel Lir, Broken Spear, 14 others. 2020: Erich Bloch 4 9 4, Callum Rodriguez 8-1 (R Fell), drawn (10), 13 ran. STARFORM: QUEEN’S SARGENT Danger: Broken Spear number one FOR RACING Tudor Queen Naughty Ana Admirality Furzig Major Jumbo (nb) Dark Shot Bollin Neil 2.45 3.05 WILLIAM HILL PICK YOUR PLACES HANDICAP Class 4 1m 4f (9 runners) £4,639 1 (6) 3501 FURZIG (28)(CD,D4,A,G,S) R Fahey 6 10 0............ B Garritty (3) 86 2 (9) 4505 GREAT ESTEEM (47)(D2,A)(V*) A Watson 5 9 12.......... A Mullen 87 3 (1) 00L1 EMIYN (35)(S) D Carroll 4 9 11.............................................H Shaw 88 4 (2) 0116 THE DANCING POET (41)(CD,D2,A,G)(P) B Ellison 5 9 4 H Russell (3) 84 5 (3) 113L LUNA MAGIC (17)(A,G,S) A Watson 7 9 3...................JP Sullivan ★89 6 (4) L-L5 OASIS PRINCE (21)(G,S)(P) M Walford 5 9 2.................J Garritty 86 7 (7) 453- NIETZSCHE (J139)(CD,S)(T) B Ellison 8 8 12................ C Hardie — 8 (5) 1224 LITTLE TED (14)(BF,G)(P) T Easterby 4 8 9.................P Hanagan 86 9 (8) 1421 EYE KNEE (17)(CD2,G,S)(T) T Easterby 3 8 6........... D Fentiman 82 LONG HANDICAP: Little Ted 8-8. Star Betting: 3 Emiyn, 7-2 Furzig, 5 Eye Knee, 7 Nietzsche, Little Ted, 10 The Dancing Poet, 12 Great Esteem, 14 Luna Magic, 16 Oasis Prince. 2020: Bollin Joan 5 9 9, Ella McCain(7) 16-1 (T Easterby), drawn (11), 11 ran. STARFORM: THE DANCING POET Danger: Furzig 3.40 NOVICES’ LIMITED HANDICAP CHASE Class 3 (12 fences) 2m 1f (3 runners) £7,080 1 L221 BEYOND THE CLOUDS (16)(G,S)(P,T) C Longsdon 8 11 8 B Hughes 148 2 2P0- STOLEN SILVER (190)(S)(T) S Thomas 6 11 2.................. C Deutsch 150 3 1322 DINO VELVET (19)(G,S) A King 8 10 11............................. A P Heskin ★151 LONG HANDICAP: Dino Velvet 10-9. Star Betting: 11-10 Beyond The Clouds, 9-4 Dino Velvet, 5-2 Stolen Silver. STARFORM Stolen Silver 33-1 (10-13) Prominent, 3rd final bend, not much room before 2 out, one pace and no impression flat, 8th of 22, 9l behind Tronador (10-4) at Aintree 2m 4f hcp hdl Grade 3 (1) gs in Apr. Dino Velvet 9-4 (10-11) Chased leaders on inside, switched right before 8th, not much room 4 out, went 2nd 2 out, no chance with winner, kept on, 2nd of 4, 6l behind Mick Pastor (11-12) at Newton Abbot 2m hcp chs 0-140 (3) gs in Sep. Beyond The Clouds 7-2 (11-2) Tracked leader, mistake 6th, dropped to 4th 4 out, hit next, headway next, ridden to lead soon after last, ridden and ran on, won at Warwick 2m nov hcp chs (3) gd in Sep beating Any News (11-2) by nk, 5 ran. STARFORM: STOLEN SILVER Danger: Dino Velvet 3.20 HANDICAP CHASE (GBB RACE) Class 2 (14 fences) 2m 5f (9 runners) £23,414 1 1131 FRANCKY DU BERLAIS (91)(CD,D,G,S)(T) P Bowen 8 11 12.S Bowen 150 2 224- CASABLANCA MIX (291)(CD,G,S) N Henderson 9 11 8.N De Boinville 147 3 35U- RED RISK (288)(S) P Nicholls 6 11 6..............................Bryony Frost 151 4 414- MR MULDOON (203)(D,G,S)(P) Dr R Newland 8 11 6.......L Edwards 148 5 2640 DUE REWARD (80)(G) C Longsdon 8 11 0...........................B Hughes 150 6 43-4 SENIOR CITIZEN (161)(BF,D2,G,S) A King 8 10 13........ A P Heskin 152 7 2-22 GORTROE JOE (21)(CD,G,S) F O’Brien 9 10 9............ L Harrison (3) ★154 8 4-13 CAPTAIN TOMMY (139)(G,S) D Bridgwater 7 10 6.....M Bastyan (3) 151 9 234- GUY (231)(G) N Twiston-Davies 6 10 4................................. T Bellamy 153 Star Betting: 7-2 Francky Du Berlais, 5 Casablanca Mix, 6 Red Risk, Captain Tommy, 7 Mr Muldoon, 8 Others. 2020: Fidux 7 11 6, Thomas Bellamy 9-2 (A King), 10 ran. STARFORM Francky Du Berlais 11-1 (10-13) Middivision, closed from 9th, led 2 out, clear flat, stayed on well, comfortably, won at Market Rasen 2m 5f Grade 3 hcp chs (4yo+) (1) gd in Jul beating Exelerator Express (11-0) by 8l, 16 ran. Senior Citizen 9-4fav (11-5) Chased leaders, blundered badly and lost place 4th, closed next, outpaced when jumped left 4 out, mistake and well held next, went left last, 4th of 5, 14l behind Francky Du Berlais (10-11) at Haydock 2m 5f hcp chs (2) sft in May. Casablanca Mix 4-1 (11-2) Led, headed narrowly before 10th, ridden before 4 out, impeded by faller 3 out, one pace from 2 out, 4th of 7, 28l behind Annie Mc (10-12) at Doncaster 2m 4f lstd mrs chs (1) hvy in Dec. Captain Tommy 11-2 (10-3) Chased leaders, disputing 2nd from 4 out until approaching last, held flat, kept on, 3rd of 18, 5l behind Francky Du Berlais (10-8) at Uttoxeter 2m 4f hcp chs (2) gd in May. Red Risk 11-2 (11-5) Tracked leaders, led 4th, headed next, led after 8th, headed 11th, lost 2nd and weakened before 4 out, blundered and unseated rider 3 out, in a race won by Romain De Senam (11-7) at Musselburgh 2m 4f hcp chs 0-145 (2) sft in Jan, 11 ran. Mr Muldoon 11-2 (11-8) Mid-division, pushed along before 5 out, ridden 4 out, no impression, 4th of 5, 23l behind Espoir De Teillee (11-7) at Newbury 2m 4f hcp chs 0-150 (2) gs in Mar. STARFORM: FRANCKY DU BERLAIS Danger: Senior Citizen PLACEPOT FirST SIX RACES WILLIAM HILL CATTERICK DASH HANDICAP Class 2 5f (10 runners) £12,885 1 (10) 431L SUNDAY SOVEREIGN (28)(D2,G,S)(T) T Easterby 4 9 7............ P Hanagan 107 2 (9) 03L4 TARBOOSH (5)(D11,A,G,S) P Midgley 8 9 7.................................... C Hardie 106 3 (4) 0363 COUNT D’ORSAY (14)(CD,D4,G,S) T Easterby 5 9 6.............P J McDonald 107 4 (3) 0025 MAJOR JUMBO (14)(BF,D4,A,S)(B) K Ryan 7 9 2............ K Stott 106 5 (8) 0002 ZARGUN (8)(G) S Dixon 6 9 1............................................ K O’Neill 106 6 (7) 1155 READY FREDDIE GO (11)(D5,A,G)(P) O Pears 3 8 12 H Russell (3) 106 7 (2) 130L ISLE OF LISMORE (65)(CD,D,G,S) R Cowell 3 8 11 O Stammers (5) 108 8 (6) 4513 MILITIA (14)(CD2,D6,G,S) P Midgley 6 8 9..........................G Lee 107 9 (1) 3135 AUTUMN FLIGHT (16)(D6,A,G,S) R Cowell 5 8 8...........S James ★109 10 (5) 0210 GLORY FIGHTER (14)(D5,G,S) I Jardine 5 8 7............... A Mullen 105 Star Betting: 9-2 Zargun, 5 Militia, Count D’Orsay, 7 Major Jumbo, Tarboosh, 8 Autumn Flight, Isle Of Lismore, 12 Sunday Sovereign, Ready Freddie Go, 14 Glory Fighter. 2020: Justanotherbottle 6 9 4, Kevin Stott 18-1 (K Ryan), drawn (8), 10 ran. STARFORM Count D’Orsay 9-2 (9-2) Held up, headway chasing leaders 2f out, outpaced over 1f out, rallied well towards finish, went 3rd post, not quite pace to challenge, 3rd of 9, 1½l behind Boundless Power (8-10) at Ascot 5f hcp 105 (2) hvy. Tarboosh 4-1 (9-2) Mid-division on inner, ridden 2f out, steady headway 1f out, no extra thereafter, 4th of 6, 2¼l behind Roulston Scar (9-5) at Musselburgh 5f cond Stakes (3) sft. Zargun 14-1 (9-0) Chased leaders, led 2f out, ridden over 1f out, headed and not pace of winner towards finish, 2nd of 19, nk behind Illusionist (8-10) at York 5f hcp 0-95 (3) sft. Militia 4-1 (9-0) Stumbled start, towards rear, ridden over 2f out, switched right and ran on final furlong, took 3rd final strides, 3rd of 7, 2l behind Gabrial The Devil (9-0) at Chester 5f hcp 0-95 (3) sft. Major Jumbo 7-2fav (9-2) Awkward leaving stalls, midfield, ridden over 2f out, one pace from over 1f out, 5th of 7, 4l behind Gabrial The Devil (9-0) at Chester 5f hcp 0-95 (3) sft. Autumn Flight 13-2 (9-2) Led, ridden and headed over 1f out, no extra, 5th of 10, 1¾l behind Lipsink (9-2) at Chelmsford City 5f hcp 0-85 (4) pol in Sep. Isle Of Lismore 28-1 (9-7) Held up in rear, ridden 2f out, weakened final furlong, last of 10, 8l behind Marks Bear (9-0) at Lingfield 6f Racing League Handicap (0-90) (3yo) (3) pol in Aug. Ready Freddie Go 6-1 (9-4) Awkwardly away, hung right throughout, pushed along and outpaced 3f out, never dangerous, 5th of 6, 8l behind Blue De Vega (9-10) at Leicester 5f hcp 0-90 (3) hvy. STARFORM: COUNT D’ORSAY Danger: Tarboosh JASON HEAVEY Moonamacaroona At Poets Cross Winged Isle Beyond The Clouds Guy Cilluirid Sarsen 3.55 4.15 in association with VETERANS’ HANDICAP Class 4 6f (12 runners) £4,752 1 (5) 0222 BOSSIPOP (14)(D8,G,S)(B) T Easterby 8 9 9.................. C Hardie 90 2 (6) 5305 GLOBAL SPIRIT (8)(D,G,S) R Fell 6 9 7..................... B Harris (7) 93 3 (4) 0003 MUSCIKA (8)(D6,G,S)(P) D O’Meara 7 9 7.................... J Fanning 89 4 (9) 4600 SAVALAS (14)(A,S)(P) G Harker 6 9 5............................C Beasley 87 5 (7) 2640 TOMMY TAYLOR (8)(D,G,S) G Tuer 7 9 3.........................S James 92 6 (3) 2620 ZUMURUD (8)(CD,C,D,G,S)(V) M Walford 6 9 2. Ella McCain (5) 90 7 (11) 0100 DARK DEFENDER (12)(D8,G,S)(B) Harvey Bastiman 8 9 0 O Stammers (5) 89 8 (2) 2210 CAPTAIN JAMESON (12)(CD,D3,G,S)(V) J J Quinn 6 8 11 C Murtagh (3) 90 9 (1) 4L61 DARK SHOT (3)(A,G,S)(B) S Dixon 8 8 10(4ex)............... K O’Neill ★94 10 (12) L000 REDROSEZORRO (17)(CD2,C4,D2,G,S)(H) E Alston 7 8 6 Morgan Cole (7) 83 11 (8) 5642 TOMILY (8)(C,D4,A,G,S)(P) I Jardine 7 8 2...................... A Mullen 85 12 (10) 5444 ROUND THE ISLAND (9)(D9,A,G,S)(P) Simon Whitaker 8 8 2 Jimmy Quinn 89 LONG HANDICAP: Tomily 7-12, Round The Island 7-12. Star Betting: 4 Dark Shot, 5 Muscika, 6 Bossipop, 8 Tomily, 10 Zumurud, Round The Island, Tommy Taylor, Captain Jameson, 12 others. 2020: Redrosezorro 6 9 7, Jason Hart 11-4 Fav (E Alston), drawn (7), 11 ran. STARFORM Muscika 8-1 (8-6) Chased leaders, ridden over 1f out, kept on inside final furlong, went 3rd post, 3rd of 19, 1½l behind Illusionist (8-10) at York 5f hcp 0-95 (3) sft. Dark Shot 9-1 (9-2) Made virtually all, clear final furlong, ran on well, won at Nottingham 5f hcp 0-65 (6) gs beating It Must Be Faith (8-2) by 2½l, 14 ran. Bossipop 9-1 (8-10) Led narrowly, ridden and headed over 1f out, still close up entering final furlong, kept on, 2nd of 7, 1 3/4l behind Gabrial The Devil (9-0) at Chester 5f hcp 0-95 (3) sft. Tomily 15-2 (9-1) Soon led and clear, ridden and headed over 1f out, kept on one pace, 2nd of 10, 2½l behind Redzone (8-12) at Newcastle 6f app hcp (6). Captain Jameson 12-1 (9-5) Chased leaders, weakened inside final 2f, 8th of 17, 13l behind Run This Way (9-1) at Pontefract 6f hcp 0-75 (5) sft. Round The Island 14-1 (9-7) Raced mid-division, ridden 2f out, stayed on, not pace of first three, 4th of 13, 2½l behind Spartakos (8-11) at Ayr 7f hcp 0-60 (6) sft. Tommy Taylor 14-1 (8-13) Towards rear, some late minor headway, never on terms, 8th of 20, 7l behind Ugo Gregory (9-7) at York 7f hcp 0-80 (4) sft. STARFORM: MUSCIKA Danger: Dark Shot 4.50 NOVICES’ HANDICAP CHASE Class 5 (14 fences) 2m 3f (9 runners) £3,268 1 660- ZAMANI (243)(S)(H) D Bridgwater 5 12 2......................M Bastyan (3) — 2 43L3 CHECK MY PULSE (18)(S)(P) R Menzies 5 11 12...............B Hughes 109 3 0-F1 CILLUIRID (18)(G,S)(T) T Easterby 7 11 6......................... J Hamilton 108 4 1-L3 RAFFERTY (138)(G)(H) L Morgan 7 11 3............................... S Bowen 103 5 -L03 CHARLE BRUNE (13)(G)(P*) N Mechie 8 11 0.................... T Dowson 89 6 4L05 MIRACULOUS GETAWAY (10)(T) S England 6 10 10.........J England 101 7 -L36 TUFF MCCOOL (31)(T) J Bedi 7 10 8.........................A Anderson (7) — 8 LL-5 OBEY THE RULES (17) D McCain 6 10 5......................Sean Quinlan 90 9 5PL2 BEGOODTOYOURSELF (18)(P,T) C Kellett 6 10 1.................. H Reed ★110 Star Betting: 9-4 Cilluirid, 4 Check My Pulse, 5 Begoodtoyourself, 8 Miraculous Getaway, 10 Tuff McCool, Rafferty, 12 Others. 2020: Going Mobile 5 11 3, J England 11-2 (S England), 13 ran. STARFORM Check My Pulse 9-4 (11-1) Chased leaders, not fluent 5th and 7th, ridden 2f out, kept on, not pace to challenge, 3rd of 4, 4l behind Costly Diamond (10-13) at Sedgefield 2m 1f hcp chs 0-120 (4) gd in Sep. Begoodtoyourself 13-2 (10-5) Raced keenly, chased leaders, went 2nd approaching and jumped left last, closed on idling/tiring winner, just held, 2nd of 8, ¾l behind Gouet Des Bruyeres (11-5) at Worcester 2m hcp 0-100 (5) gs in Sep. Cilluirid 8-1 (11-0) Towards rear, smooth headway from 5 out, pushed along 3f out, ridden and led 2f out, pushed out run-in, comfortably, won at Sedgefield 2m 5f nov hcp chs 0-105 (5) gd in Sep beating Brother Pat (11-7) by 7l, 10 ran. STARFORM: CHECK MY PULSE Dr: Begoodtoyourself 4.25 1.00 1.35 2.10 2.45 3.20 3.55 4.25 GOING: GOOD PLACEPOT FirST SIX RACES STAR TIP Moonamacaroona Fair Star Litterale Ci Dino Velvet Mr Muldoon Cilluirid Sarsen ‘JUNIOR’ NH FLAT RACE Class 5 3YO 1m 5f (12 runners) £1,906 1 CORIANO RIDGE Olly Williams 10 12.............................Sean Quinlan — 2 DECORATED O Signy 10 12................................................ G Sheehan — 3 LE FILS DE FORCE Simon Whitaker 10 12.............................. H Reed — 4 OUR STAR IN HEAVEN A Crook 10 12.................................J Kington — 5 SANDRINGHAM M Hofer (GER) 10 12...............................DOUBTFUL 6 SARSEN A King 10 12..............................................................T Cannon — 7 SPIRITTAPPERGOODE M Weatherer 10 12..................... R Chapman — 8 TROLLEY BOY E Bethell 10 12..............................................B Hughes — 9 WADMAL Stef Keniry 10 12............................... Miss Becky Smith (3) — 10 LADY SAMSON P Bowen 10 5................................................ S Bowen — 11 MAYWAY P Kirby 10 5..................................................J Williamson (5) — 12 POETIC MUSIC J Butler 10 5................................................C Todd (3) — 13 SIMPLY RED O Greenall 10 5............................................ R Turner (5) — Star Betting: 7-4 Sarsen, 4 Trolley Boy, 6 Lady Samson, 11 Poetic Music, Mayway, 12 Simply Red, Decorated, 20 others. STARFORM: TROLLEY BOY Danger: Sarsen APPRENTICE HANDICAP Class 5 1m 6f (13 runners) £2,862 1 (13) L/L4 NOVIS ADVENTUS (79)(D,G)(T) N Mulholland 9 10 0......... P-L Jamin 72 2 (4) 03L0 HACKBERRY (30) B Ellison 4 9 13.................................... O Stammers 68 3 (8) 335L THE NAVIGATOR (J13)(CD,G,S) D Sayer 6 9 12...............G Sanna (5) 76 4 (1) 3426 DAAWY (14)(G,S)(P) R Fell 7 9 12................................................ G Bass 74 5 (7) 14L4 JUSTIFIED (18)(D2,A,G,S) M Johnston 4 9 11................... J Peate (3) 74 6 (12) 4165 BOLLIN NEIL (17)(CD2,C,D,S)(P) T Easterby 5 9 11....... Ella McCain 73 7 (9) D02L TINDRUM (25)(S)(H) H Main 4 9 10.................. O McSweeney (3) ★77 8 (6) 31L4 PRISON BREAK (27)(D,G) R Fahey 3 9 9............ Alan Persse (3) 70 9 (3) /L-0 THE TWISLER (J32)(D2,G,S)(P) N Mulholland 9 9 7 Elisha Whittington 56 10 (10) 6143 LORD TORRANAGA (17)(A) P Kirby 6 9 6.......... Ryan Sexton (5) 74 11 (11) 434P MISS ROULETTE (23)(B*) R Fell 3 9 2....................... B Harris (5) 72 12 (2) 4144 OVERTHINK (32)(BF,CD,G)(B) M Johnston 3 8 12.........A Breslin 71 13 (5) 0000 JAMIL (52)(C,S)(P) Miss T Jackson 6 8 11............Z Wheatley (3) 68 Star Betting: 10-3 Overthink, 11-2 Bollin Neil, 7 Justified, The Navigator, 8 Lord Torranaga, Prison Break, Daawy, 12 Tindrum, 16 others. 2020: Bollin Neil 4 8 10, Ella McCain(3) 16-5 (T Easterby), drawn (4), 8 ran. STARFORM: PRISON BREAK Danger: Overthink

LEOPARDSTOWN FFOS LAS PLACEPOT FirST SIX RACES JASON HEAVEY Hashtag Val File Illico Manintheshadows In Rem Cadzand Ballyandy Barden Bella Kayf Taoi STAR TIP Current Mood Bullion Manintheshadows Dynamic Kate Pic D’Orhy Glory And Fortune Barden Bella Callisto’s King GOING: GOOD 1.40 2.15 2.50 3.25 4.00 4.35 5.05 5.40 1.30 IRISH STALLION FARMS EBF FILLIES MAIDEN 2YO 1m (16 runners) €8,839 1 (1) ABOVE THE CURVE J P O’Brien 9 2..............................S M Crosse — 2 (2) ACCOMPLISHED K J Condon 9 2........................................W J Lee — 3 (3) 2 CLEMMIE C (28) J P O’Brien 9 2................................ D McDonogh 73 4 (6) DYLANGER S Crawley 9 2........................................ N G McCullagh — 5 (11) EMILY DICKINSON A P O’Brien 9 2..............................W M Lordan — 6 (10) 452 KERKIYRA (65) J P Murtagh 9 2.......................................B M Coen ★85 7 (13) 0 LEMON ICE (38) J P Murtagh 9 2......................................S B Kelly 54 8 (14) 223 RADIYKA (32)(BF)(V*) D K Weld 9 2............................... C T Keane 81 9 (15) 3 RED AZALEA (38) Donnacha O’Brien 9 2.........................G M Ryan 74 10 (7) SLI PHADRAIGIN M O’Callaghan 9 2............................... L F Roche — 11 (16) 00 STARLIGHT ROSE (28) Peter Lawlor 9 2........................ Joe Doyle 33 12 (5) 00 STEPS IN THE SAND (32) S Lavery 9 2............................ R Colgan 59 13 (9) 2 THOUGHTS OF JUNE (38) A P O’Brien 9 2............. J A Heffernan 75 14 (12) TRUSTWORTHY Donnacha O’Brien 9 2..................Killian Leonard — 15 (4) 0 VILLANOVA QUEEN (21) J Harrington 9 2........................... S Foley 71 16 (8) ZANIYKA D K Weld 9 2......................................................C D Hayes — Star Betting: 4 Kerkiyra, 9-2 Thoughts Of June, 5 Clemmie C, Radiyka, 6 Red Azalea, 7 Emily Dickinson, 12 others. 2020: Willow 9 2, Seamie Heffernan 3-1 (A P O’Brien), drawn (5), 16 ran. STARFORM: RADIYKA DANGER: Thoughts Of June 2.05 MAIDEN 2YO 1m (13 runners) €8,839 1 (1) 0 AGATINO (21) T Mullins 9 5................................................B M Coen 49 2 (4) 0 BRIDGEHEAD (12) N Meade 9 5..................................... C T Keane 51 3 (5) CELTIC REVIVAL E Lynam 9 5..........................................C D Hayes — 4 (8) DOWNING STREET A P O’Brien 9 5..............................W M Lordan — 5 (2) 022 GOOD HEAVENS (21)(BF) J P O’Brien 9 5....................S M Crosse ★92 6 (12) 0 IMPERO (20) Donnacha O’Brien 9 5..................................G M Ryan 59 7 (7) MALT LIOS John Murphy 9 5............................................... R Colgan — 8 (6) 0 NINJA (10) A P O’Brien 9 5......................................... J A Heffernan 71 9 (9) POINT KING J P O’Brien 9 5........................................ D McDonogh — 10 (11) 24 PURPLE DAWN (28) M O’Callaghan 9 5.......................... L F Roche 88 11 (10) REALISM(T*) A P O’Brien 9 5.........................................M C Hussey — 12 (3) RIYAMI M Halford 9 5.......................................................... R Whelan — 13 (13) TOGETHER ACLAIM G Cromwell 9 5.................................G Halpin — Star Betting: 5-2 Good Heavens, 3 Ninja, 5 Purple Dawn, 6 Downing Street, 8 Point King, 12 Realism, 16 Riyami, 20 Impero, 25 others. 2020: Bolshoi Ballet 9 5, Seamie Heffernan Evens Fav (A P O’Brien), drawn (11), 14 ran. STARFORM: PURPLE DAWN DANGER: Good Heavens 2.40 HAZEL AVENUE NURSERY HANDICAP 2YO 1m (8 runners) €6,161 1 (2) 0344 SNAPIUS (25)(G) J P O’Brien 10 2............................ MP Sheehy (5) ★87 2 (3) 0333 NECTARINE (20)(P) J S Bolger 9 5........................L T McAteer (5) 76 3 (5) 400 CYNISCA (34) J P O’Brien 9 4.........................................S M Crosse 70 4 (4) 0046 APPROACH TO LIFE (20)(T*) J S Bolger 9 2...........W T Byrne (7) 59 5 (6) 460L BLACK PEPPER (9)(V) J Harrington 9 0......................... C T Keane 63 6 (7) 500 SIR ALLEN (23) A Slattery 8 12.....................................A J Slattery 60 7 (8) 556 SUPAGIRL (23) J Harrington 8 12.......................................... S Foley 62 8 (1) 0062 INCHIQUIN STAR (30) D Marnane 8 9..........................W M Lordan 68 Star Betting: 11-4 Inchiquin Star, 7-2 Supagirl, 4 Snapius, 6 Nectarine, 8 Cynisca, 10 Black Pepper, Sir Allen, 12 Approach To Life. 2020: Benaud 9 11, Shane Crosse 9-2 (J P O’Brien), drawn (13), 16 ran. STARFORM: INCHIQUIN STAR DANGER: Supagirl 3.15 STAKES (GROUP 3) Class 1 2YO 7f (10 runners) €26,786 1 (2) 2 BOUNDLESS OCEAN (2) J S Bolger 9 5.....................L T McAteer 85 2 (7) L21 CONFIDENT STAR (38)(D,G) J Harrington 9 5.................... S Foley 91 3 (10) 16 GLOUNTHAUNE (7)(G) A P O’Brien 9 5.................... J A Heffernan 101 4 (6) 1045 HOWTH (21)(G) A P O’Brien 9 5................................E J McNamara ★102 5 (4) 21L0 I AM MAGIC (35)(D) M O’Callaghan 9 5.......................... L F Roche 96 6 (1) 531 JACK ROSE (8)(D,A) E Lynam 9 5....................................C D Hayes 85 7 (5) 1 NEW ENERGY (20)(D,G) S Lavery 9 5............................... R Colgan 92 8 (9) 0430 THE ACROPOLIS (50) A P O’Brien 9 5.........................W M Lordan 96 9 (8) 15 HOMELESS SONGS (34)(CD,G) D K Weld 9 2.............. C T Keane 98 10 (3) 2653 PENNINE HILLS (29)(G) J P O’Brien 9 2.................... D McDonogh 94 Star Betting: 11-4 Glounthaune, 7-2 Homeless Songs, 4 New Energy, 7 Confident Star, 10 The Acropolis, Howth, 14 Pennine Hills, 16 Boundless Ocean, 20 others. 2020: Poetic Flare 9 5, Kevin Manning 3-1 (J S Bolger), drawn (1), 7 ran. 1.40 SEEL & CO MARES’ MAIDEN HURDLE (GBB RACE) Class 4 (8 flights) 2m (7 runners) £4,084 1 3 BELLE NA BANN (72) N Mulholland 5 11 0....................................................T Scudamore 2 6225/P- BLUE HEATHER (356)(T) B Lund 7 11 0.........................................................B Godfrey (5) 3 /23112- CURRENT MOOD (210) E Williams 6 11 0.............................................................. A Wedge 4 543- DRASH ON RUBY (238) J Scott 5 11 0....................................................................R Dingle 5 5- WHENTHEPENNYDROPS (238) D Skelton 5 11 0............................................... H Skelton 6 CORDEY DANCER (F127) F O’Brien 4 10 13........................................................... C Brace 7 33- HASHTAG VAL (354)(BF) N Mulholland 4 10 13...............................................R McLernon Star Betting: 2 Current Mood, 5-2 Hashtag Val, 5 Drash On Ruby, 6 Whenthepennydrops, 8 Belle Na Bann, 10 Cordey Dancer, 66 Blue Heather. 2020: Estelle Ma Belle 6 10 12, Lorcan Williams(3) 5-2 (P Nicholls), 10 ran. STARFORM: CURRENT MOOD Danger: Hashtag Val 2.15 CANTER CARPET BY POTTER GROUP HANDICAP CHASE Class 5 (13 fences) 2m (8 runners) £2,505 1 1/4406- FILE ILLICO (208) Jonjo O’Neill 6 12 1............................................ Jonjo O’Neill Jr — 2 564-0 NUMBERS MAN (149)(T) C Tizzard 5 11 12............................................ B J Powell — 3 00R/L5 MASTER OF SPIN (90) P Bowen 6 11 5.......................................................J Bowen — 4 0L000-0 POWERFUL POSITION (8)(BF) Christian Williams 6 10 9.................. W T Kennedy 73 5 5/0PUP- JUST GOT TO GET ON (196)(BF)(T*) O Greenall 7 10 6..........................H Brooke — 6 0063-2P VALENTINE’S TURF (27) Christian Williams 6 10 4................................. J Tudor (3) — 7 6L305-3 BULLION (19)(T) E Williams 8 10 0................................................................A Wedge — 8 /05-5LP FLYING GARRY (18)(P) D Rees 6 10 0..................................................P Armson (7) ★98 LONG HANDICAP: Bullion 9-12, Flying Garry 9-9. Star Betting: 7-2 Valentine’s Turf, 5 Master Of Spin, File Illico, Bullion, 6 Numbers Man, 7 Powerful Position, 8 Just Got To Get On, 14 Flying Garry. 2020: Lots Of Luck 6 11 12, David Bass 2-1 Fav (K Bailey), 11 ran. STARFORM: VALENTINE’S TURF Danger: Bullion 2.50 HANDICAP HURDLE (DIV 1) Class 5 (12 flights) 3m (11 runners) £2,342 1 6L6F1-0 TO BE SURE (19)(G) E Williams 6 12 3........................................... Naill Moore (10) 90 2 5/42P-3 CALARULES (18)(G)(T) T Vaughan 8 11 12................................................... A Johns 99 3 /005-31 MANINTHESHADOWS (18)(S) Jonjo O’Neill 6 11 10...................... Jonjo O’Neill Jr 98 4 -L44012 UNO MAS (32)(BF,C,G,S) Christian Williams 7 11 8................Mr Ellis Collier (10) 102 5 /34506- SADDLERS QUEST (198) D Hamer 7 11 6..................................................R Patrick 96 6 005P- STADMALLEN (289) N Twiston-Davies 5 11 4.........................................J Nailor (3) 96 7 0004- MALINAS ISLAND (207)(T) N Mulholland 6 11 2......................... S Twiston-Davies 97 8 -0430F5 STEPHANIE SUNSHINE (78)(T) Katy Price 8 10 12......................................B Poste ★106 9 3/1-002 RACING SPIRIT (18)(D,G)(T,V) Dave Roberts 9 10 7............................L Stones (7) 98 10 2-02230 ALI THE HUNTER (45)(G)(T) Mrs L Young 8 10 6................................... B J Powell 103 11 U0L0-P3 ALKADEMON (19)(P) Miss L Blackford 7 10 6............................ Sean Houlihan (3) 91 Star Betting: 9-4 Manintheshadows, 4 Uno Mas, 6 Racing Spirit, 7 Malinas Island, Calarules, 12 To Be Sure, 14 Ali The Hunter, 16 Saddlers Quest, 20 others. 2020: Memphis Bell 6 11 6, Isabel Williams(5) 15-8 Fav (E Williams), 17 ran. STARFORM: STEPHANIE SUNSHINE Danger: Uno Mas 3.25 HANDICAP HURDLE (DIV 2) Class 5 (12 flights) 3m (11 runners) £2,342 1 -06P514 CZECH HER OUT (32)(G,S)(H,T) M Scudamore 7 11 12................... T Scudamore 99 2 6-L321 FAIRLAWN FLYER (23)(D,S) P Bowen 5 11 8..............................................J Bowen 100 3 6524-05 REMEMBER THE MAN (138)(T) N King 8 11 7......................................... J Quinlan 106 4 04-0F04 LILY GLITTERS (38) H Daly 5 11 5...........................................................T J O’Brien 100 5 61532L0 WATCHING BRIEF (4)(G) D Brace 8 11 3...................................................... C Brace 101 6 2/551-4 SIENNA ROYALE (168)(S) J Scott 7 11 1..................................................... R Dingle 101 7 11/02P- TIMELY GIFT (233)(C,S)(T) T Vaughan 8 10 12............................................A Johns — 8 20/LL- IN REM (330) Mrs J Williams 6 10 9........................................ Chester Williams (3) 84 9 000L0-6 THE BOAT (12) E Williams 5 10 6..................................................................A Wedge ★110 10 4-40234 DYNAMIC KATE (18)(BF)(T) N Mulholland 5 10 5....................... S Twiston-Davies 104 11 0-31L34 KINGSTON KING (19)(S)(P,T) D Rees 7 10 0.......................................P Armson (7) 98 Star Betting: 9-4 Fairlawn Flyer, 11-2 Sienna Royale, 7 Dynamic Kate, 8 Czech Her Out, 10 Lily Glitters, Kingston King, Timely Gift, Remember The Man, 16 others. 2020: Memphis Bell 6 11 6, Isabel Williams(5) 15-8 Fav (E Williams), 17 ran. STARFORM: CZECH HER OUT Danger: Remember The Man 4.00 NOVICES’ LIMITED HANDICAP CHASE (GBB RACE) Class 3 (17 fences) 2m 5f (5 runners) £8,169 1 /2F424- PIC D’ORHY (175)(G)(T) P Nicholls 6 11 8.................................................H Cobden 144 2 /21101- CADZAND (208)(S) D Skelton 6 10 13........................................................H Skelton — 3 2P/515- MARIO DE PAIL (294)(S) S Thomas 6 10 12...........................................J Nailor (3) — 4 /11216- SOLWARA ONE (190)(S) N Mulholland 7 10 9............................. S Twiston-Davies — 5 4L-1F23 RUTHLESS ARTICLE (19)(G)(T) R Curtis 8 10 7.........................................A Wedge ★157 Star Betting: 11-4 Cadzand, 3 Ruthless Article, 7-2 Pic D’Orhy, 4 Solwara One, 5 Mario De Pail. STARFORM: PIC D’ORHY Danger: Ruthless Article 4.35 WELSH CHAMPION HURDLE (LIMITED HANDICAP) Class 2 (8 flights) 2m (12 runners) £26,015 1 2233LL- BALLYANDY (191)(D2,G,S) N Twiston-Davies 10 11 10.............. S Twiston-Davies ★161 2 62-1212 HANG IN THERE (21)(BF,D3,G,S) E Lavelle 7 11 9...................J A Anderson (10) 158 3 /33L1L- DIEGO DU CHARMIL (181)(D4,G,S)(T) P Nicholls 9 11 7.......................H Cobden 155 4 22111L- UMBRIGADO (191)(D,G,S)(P,T) D Pipe 7 11 1..........................................D Noonan 156 5 1214- CALICO (181)(D2,S) D Skelton 5 10 12......................................................H Skelton 156 6 24/164- LEONCAVALLO (F126)(D4,G,S)(B,T) D Pipe 9 10 12........................ T Scudamore 152 7 6321L-2 MONSIEUR LECOQ (152)(CD2,D,S)(P*) Mrs J Williams 7 10 9................Chester Williams (3) 146 8 14121- DOBRYN (199)(D2,G,S) S Thomas 5 10 8................................................J Nailor (3) 155 9 L025-21 GLORY AND FORTUNE (27)(D2,G,S)(H,T) T Lacey 6 10 7...................S Sheppard 160 10 /14402- DANS LE VENT (190)(G,S) E Williams 8 10 7............................Isabel Williams (5) 159 11 P1100-2 CORMIER (F55)(D2,G,S)(H) B Ellison 5 10 6..............................................H Brooke 157 12 44010-1 AMARILLO SKY (164)(G,S) C Tizzard 5 10 5........................................... B J Powell 158 Star Betting: 5 Calico, 6 Cormier, 7 Amarillo Sky, Dobryn, 8 Glory And Fortune, 10 Ballyandy, Hang In There, Diego Du Charmil, 12 others. 2020: Sceau Royal 8 11 6, Daryl Jacob 10-1 (A King), 12 ran. STARFORM: LEONCAVALLO Danger: Hang In There 5.05 CONDITIONAL JOCKEYS’ MARES’ HANDICAP CHASE Class 4 (17 fences) 2m 5f (6 runners) £3,594 1 /L446P- ORIENTAL CROSS (196)(A,S)(T) T Vaughan 8 11 12....................Charlie Price (3) 117 2 5P433-2 ROSEISAROSEISAROSE (25)(T) Katy Price 7 11 5..........................Shane Quinlan ★119 3 55/5L3- ON THE QUIET (409)(G) E Williams 6 10 13..................................................J Nailor — 4 1FL-106 BARDEN BELLA (8)(D,G,S) Christian Williams 5 10 6............................. J Tudor (3) 114 5 3-04216 KIERA ROYALE (55)(C,G,S)(H,T) D Rees 10 10 6...............................P Armson (3) 113 6 /130-55 MARILYN MONROE (33)(G,S) A Honeyball 8 10 0..............................B Godfrey (3) 108 Star Betting: 15-8 Roseisaroseisarose, 10-3 Kiera Royale, 5 Oriental Cross, 6 Marilyn Monroe, 7 Barden Bella, 8 On The Quiet. STARFORM: ORIENTAL CROSS Danger: Roseisaroseisarose 5.40 FEDWEN TENTAGE OPEN NH FLAT RACE (GBB RACE) Class 4 2m (9 runners) £2,723 1 1- BALLYHAWKISH (336) N King 5 11 0......................................................... J Quinlan — 2 4- KAYF TAOI (226) P Nicholls 5 11 0.............................................................H Cobden ★117 3 524 OUTBACK FRONTIERS (17) J G O’Shea 5 11 0................................ T Scudamore 102 4 6-2 THE BOOLA BOSS (174) R Curtis 5 11 0.....................................................A Wedge — 5 CALLISTO’S KING D Skelton 4 10 13......................................................... H Skelton — 6 COPPER COVE Jonjo O’Neill 4 10 13............................................... Jonjo O’Neill Jr — 7 LEADING CHOICE Nicky Martin 4 10 13.......................................................J Bowen — 8 SCARFACE C Tizzard 4 10 13..................................................................... B J Powell — 9 5 JOYFUL SONG (54) A Newcombe 4 10 6................................................T J O’Brien 108 Star Betting: 9-4 Kayf Taoi, 9-2 Scarface, 6 Callisto’s King, 7 The Boola Boss, 8 Ballyhawkish, Copper Cove, 12 Leading Choice, 14 Others. 2020: Rabski 4 10 12, Phillip Armson(10) 11-1 (Jonjo O’Neill), 10 ran. STARFORM: KAYF TAOI Danger: Callisto’s King STARFORM Glounthaune 20-1 (9-1) Stumbled leaving stalls, in touch, ridden 2f out, not trouble leaders, 6th of 8, 7l behind Native Trail (9-1) at Newmarket 7f 2yo Grp 1 (1) gd. Homeless Songs 9-4 (9-2) Dwelt slightly, soon settled mid-division, closer in 4th halfway, ridden to close in 3rd 2f out, no extra in 4th over 1f out, kept on one pace, 5th of 8, 4½l behind Discoveries (9-2) at Curragh 7f 2yo fll Grp 1 (1) gd in Sep. New Energy 11-1 (9-7) Made all, pushed along over 1f out, ridden inside final furlong, stayed on well under hands and heels close home, comfortably, won at Curragh 7f 2yo mdn gd in Sep beating Sir Antonino (9-7) by 2½l, 15 ran. Confident Star 11-10fav (9-5) Mid-division, pushed along and some headway under 2f out, 4th and ridden 1f out, kept on well inside final furlong to lead close home, won at Cork 7f 2yo mdn gd in Sep beating Aikhal (9-5) by ½l, 11 ran. Howth 18-1 (9-0) In touch, pushed along over 2f out, ridden over 1f out, kept on same pace, 5th of 7, 6l behind Royal Patronage (9-0) at Newmarket 1m 2yo Grp 2 (1) gf in Sep. The Acropolis 10-1 (9-5) Held up towards rear, ridden 2f out, no impression over 1f out, kept on one pace, 7th of 12, 9l behind Sacred Bridge (9-2) at Curragh 6f 2yo Grp 3 (1) gd in Aug. STARFORM: GLOUNTHAUNE DANGER: Homeless Songs 3.45 MANGUARD PLUS TRIGO STAKES (LISTED) Class 1 1m 2f (15 runners) €20,089 1 (14) 6103 LAYFAYETTE (35)(D,G,S)(P) N Meade 4 9 12.................C D Hayes 108 2 (4) 2601 BEAR STORY (22)(A) M Halford 3 9 10............................. R Whelan 98 3 (15) 6345 FINANS BAY (25)(C,S) M Halford 4 9 9................... N G McCullagh 107 4 (11) 1L20 GEOMETRICAL (18) J S Bolger 4 9 9..........................L T McAteer 99 5 (8) 6326 GEORGEVILLE (35)(D,G)(T) G M Lyons 5 9 9................ C T Keane ★108 6 (3) 00L0 HE KNOWS NO FEAR (22)(C2,G) L Comer 4 9 9........W M Lordan 88 7 (5) 5051 LEO DE FURY (29)(D3,A,G)(P) J Harrington 5 9 9.............. S Foley 102 8 (13) 0L-3 MYTHICAL (76)(S) J P O’Brien 4 9 9..............................S M Crosse 81 9 (6) 4400 UP HELLY AA (18)(BF,G)(V) W McCreery 5 9 9...................W J Lee 105 10 (10) 6002 LOUGH DERG (22)(A) A P O’Brien 3 9 5................... J A Heffernan 102 11 (9) 02-0 WUQOOD (188)(G) D K Weld 3 9 5....................................B M Coen 94 12 (12) L400 AMMA GRACE (34)(CD,C,S)(V) D K Weld 4 9 4............. L F Roche 97 13 (2) 3006 SO I TOLD YOU (25)(G,S) J P O’Brien 4 9 4...................... G Halpin 97 14 (7) 2020 APRIL SHOWERS (8)(S) Donnacha O’Brien 3 9 0............G M Ryan 105 15 (1) 0403 SENSE OF STYLE (28)(G)(T) J P O’Brien 3 9 0.......................... .................................................................................. D McDonogh 99 Star Betting: 5 Leo De Fury, 11-2 Georgeville, 7 Bear Story, Lough Derg, 8 Finans Bay, 10 Wuqood, Sense Of Style, Layfayette, 12 others. 2020: Amma Grace 3 9 0, Oisin Orr 7-2 (D K Weld), drawn (9), 12 ran. STARFORM Lough Derg 11-2 (9-5) Soon led, headed after 1½f, improved to lead over 2f out, ridden and strongly pressed under 1f out, headed final 100 yards, not match winner, 2nd of 10, nk behind Bear Story (9-5) at Dundalk 1m 3f Group 3 stks (3yo+) (1) pol in Sep. Bear Story 10-3fav (9-5) Chased leader, 4th over 4f out, switched left over 2f out, closed and ridden over 1f out, strongly challenged leader under 1f out, led final 100 yards, kept on best, won at Dundalk 1m 3f Group 3 stks (3yo+) (1) pol in Sep beating Lough Derg (9-5) by nk, 10 ran. Leo De Fury 15-8fav (9-7) Chased leader in 2nd, pushed along 3f out, ridden 2f out, led 1f out, stayed on well final furlong, comfortably, won at Dundalk 1m 4f 3yo stks pol in Sep beating Benaud (9-4) by 3 1/2l, 5 ran. Georgeville 22-1 (9-10) Dwelt, in rear, ridden 2f out, 13th 1f out, stayed on well final furlong, never nearer, 6th of 14, 1¼l behind Real Appeal (9-10) at Leopardstown 1m Grp 2 (1) gd in Sep. Finans Bay 9-2 (9-11) Chased leaders, 2nd halfway, pushed along over 2f out, ridden in 3rd 1½f out, no impression in 4th inside final furlong, kept on one pace, 5th of 11, 4l behind Visualisation (9-6) at Listowel 1m 1f Listed stks (1) in Sep. STARFORM: LOUGH BERG DANGER: Bear Story 4.20 LEOPARDSTOWN MEMBERS CLUB MAIDEN 1m 2f (14 runners) €6,429 1 (8) 0000 PETROL HEAD (77) R McNally 5 9 11........................Mark Enright 46 2 (11) 000 ERIKSON (7) D Hogan 3 9 7.............................................. Joe Doyle 66 3 (12) 5043 LIFETIME LEGEND (14) A Oliver 3 9 7................................W J Lee 82 4 (2) 00L MOI GARCON (18) P J Flynn 3 9 7.................................J Coen (10) 40 5 (7) L00 SURVIVING MURMANSK (18) Andrew Hughes 3 9 7.....C D Hayes 35 6 (13) 3323 ZAYNUDIN (17)(BF)(B*) J P O’Brien 3 9 7.................. D McDonogh ★83 7 (3) 000 MIDNIGHT FAME (21) A McNamara 4 9 6...............E J McNamara 23 8 (14) 06 THEGOOSEISCOOKED (12) A Mullins 4 9 6.........L T McAteer (5) 58 9 (9) 650 ALMA LIBRE (26) N Lupini 3 9 2.......................................G M Ryan 64 10 (5) 0 EVE BEE (23) M Mulvany 3 9 2......................................... L F Roche 16 11 (10) 24 MORACANA (32) S Lavery 3 9 2......................................... R Colgan 63 12 (6) 06 URTHEONE (7) P J Flynn 3 9 2............................................ C Hoban 54 13 (1) VALLE DE LA LUNA J Harrington 3 9 2................................ S Foley — 14 (4) ZURKHANA M Halford 3 9 2............................................... R Whelan — Star Betting: 11-8 Zaynudin, 7-2 Valle De La Luna, 5 Moracana, 6 Zurkhana, 7 Lifetime Legend, 14 Alma Libre, 25 others. STARFORM: VALLE DE LA LUNA DANGER: Moracana 4.55 CARMANHALL HANDICAP 3YO 1m 4f (13 runners) €6,161 1 (8) 3400 IGRAINE (20)(C,G)(P) Donnacha O’Brien 10 2........... D M Redmond (5) 85 2 (4) 1-00 CHICAGO BEAR (12)(A)(H) J P Murtagh 9 13..........................B M Coen 77 3 (7) 6010 MONTY’S WAY (23)(BF,D,G)(P) J P O’Brien 9 13............ MP Sheehy (5) 80 4 (10) 4100 UMNEYAAT (32)(G)(V) D K Weld 9 13.....................................S Ewing (5) 83 5 (2) 12L5 PRINCE OF VERONA (22)(G)(P) D Hogan 9 12...................... Joe Doyle ★86 6 (11) 4320 STAR IMAGE (14)(S) T Mullins 9 10................................N G McCullagh 80 7 (1) 0330 UNCHARTED (15)(A) R O’Brien 9 10................................. R Whelan 78 8 (5) 3336 MCPHERSON (23)(T,V) J Harrington 9 9............S T McCullagh (5) 85 9 (6) 4221 GOODNIGHT KISS (17)(D) J Harrington 9 8......................... S Foley 74 10 (13) 2222 LUNAR POWER (26)(D,A) N Meade 9 6......................... C T Keane 76 11 (9) 3400 BRITZKA (14) E & P Harty 9 1...................................... D McDonogh 77 12 (12) 1155 FEMALE APPROACH (26)(D2,G) N Meade 9 0..............C D Hayes 71 13 (3) 505 MAGIC WORD (14) A Oliver 8 13............................. N M Crosse (3) 70 Star Betting: 7-2 Lunar Power, 4 Goodnight Kiss, 7 Monty’s Way, 8 Uncharted, Female Approach, 10 others. STARFORM: MONTY’S WAY DANGER: Lunar Power 5.25 LEOPARDSTOWN OCTOBER HANDICAP 1m 4f (20 runners) €21,429 1 (17) 566L QUESTIONARE (35)(A)(T) L Comer 5 10 0......................C D Hayes 95 2 (3) 0340 STILL STANDING (J15)(G,S) W Durkan 6 9 9...................S B Kelly 96 3 (15) 0405 BABY ZEUS (23)(G)(T) W P Mullins 4 9 8................... D McDonogh 95 4 (8) 4506 CAMPHOR (39)(S) J Harrington 5 9 7.......Emma Louise Doyle (7) 92 5 (5) D110 CITRONNADE (62)(D) J Harrington 3 9 6............................. S Foley 94 6 (11) 2101 PHOENIX COWBOY (16)(D2,G) G M Lyons 4 9 6......... C T Keane 95 7 (18) 5-20 BOLD APPROACH (136)(C,D,A,G)(P) J S Bolger 5 9 4........ L T McAteer (5) 80 8 (12) 5001 REBELLITO (23)(D) W P Mullins 7 9 4.................................W J Lee 92 9 (19) 2-21 YAFORDADOE (12)(S) G Cromwell 5 9 4..........................B M Coen 92 10 (7) -456 STARLIGHT DREAM (77)(P*,T) M J Smith 4 9 1.............. R Colgan 84 11 (13) 2006 THE NAMES JOCK (J13)(C,G) J E Kiely 5 9 1.............S Ewing (5) ★99 12 (14) 3-L ZILEO (114) M Halford 3 9 0.............................................. R Whelan — 13 (16) 2041 PIN YOUR HOPES (8)(D2,A)(V) A Oliver 4 8 12................. C Hoban 83 14 (6) 1606 OVERHEER (25)(C,G) Joseph G Murphy 5 8 10.................G Halpin 88 15 (2) 1451 POWERFUL AGGIE (14)(S) J P O’Brien 3 8 9......... MP Sheehy (5) 91 16 (10) 2120 BIG CHALLENGE (23)(G) R Donohoe 7 8 7........... D E Sheehy (3) 91 17 (4) 16-0 ADVANCED VIRGO (J22)(D,G,S)(P) C Byrnes 6 8 6....... S P Davis 57 18 (1) 3156 DARE TO FLARE (J16)(A,G,S) A Slattery 5 8 6...........A J Slattery 80 19 (9) 3401 KHEZAANA (20)(D,G,S) D Kinsella 3 8 6...................... Siobhan Rutledge (5) 86 20 (20) 2005 INSIGNIA OF RANK (23)(G,S) J G Murphy 6 8 6..........T Kiely Marshall (10) 82 Star Betting: 6 Rebellito, 13-2 Powerful Aggie, 7 Yafordadoe, 15-2 Phoenix Cowboy, 8 Baby Zeus, Citronnade, 10 others. STARFORM: POWERFUL AGGIE DGR: Phoenix Cowboy YESTERDAY’S RESULTS NEWCASTLE 5.00: 1, JARAMILLO (J Mitchell 4-1); 2, Italian Breeze (11-1); 3, Starfighter (9-2). 10-3 fav Tilsitt. 4 1 /4l, 5l. 8 ran. R Varian. Tote: £4.50; pl £1.50, £3.20, £1.80. Exacta: £48.80. Tricast: £208.20. Trifecta: £377.30. CSF: £48.10. NR: Innse Gall. 5.30: 1, VINTAGE POLLY (C Rodriguez 5-1); 2, Starbo (11-2); 3, Magic Gem (11-1). 4-1 fav Clotherholme. shd, 1 /2l. 13 ran. R Menzies. Tote: £6.20; pl £2.50, £2.30, £3.30. Exacta: £39.30. Tricast: £305.55. Trifecta: £279.80. CSF: £32.56. NR: Retirement Beckons. 6.00: 1, BIPLANE (C Rodriguez 9-1); 2, Burj Malinka (11-4); 3, Peripeteia (8-15 fav). 1 /2l, 1 1 /4l. 7 ran. J Wainwright. Tote: £9.80; pl £3.80, £1.90. Exacta: £32.50. Trifecta: £58.10. CSF: £32.39. NR: Chantreys. 6.30: 1, NOVAK (J Gormley 8-1); 2, Muveran (10-3 fav); 3, Intriguing Lady (9-1). nk, 1 3 /4l. 13 ran. I Jardine. Tote: £9.60; pl £3.10, £1.70, £2.20. Exacta: £51.40. Tricast: £259.77. Trifecta: £461.20. CSF: £34.30. NR: Qweldryk. 7.00: 1, MUATADEL (Z Wheatley 20-1); 2, So Grateful (10-1); 3, Sleight (22-1). 7-2 fav Dylan’s Lad. hd, 3 /4l. 14 ran. J Wainwright. Tote: £14.00; pl £3.70, £3.90, £6.80. Exacta: £208.10. Tricast: £4394.58. Trifecta: £2537.00. CSF: £194.73. 7.30: 1, DONIZETTI (C Rodriguez 10-1); 2, Embla (50-1); 3, Cuppacoco (10-1). 10-3 fav One For The Ladies. 10l, nk. 13 ran. K Dalgleish. Tote: £10.60; pl £2.60, £2.90, £13.10. Exacta: £510.80. Tricast: £5206.68. Trifecta: £2848.40. CSF: £449.48. NR: Lucky Beggar. 8.00: 1, BRINGITONBORIS (C Rodriguez 7-2); 2, Key Look (20-1); 3, Musahaba (8-1). 2-1 fav Makeen. nk, 1 3 /4l. 14 ran. K Dalgleish. Tote: £4.00; pl £1.80, £4.10, £2.10. Exacta: £61.80. Tricast: £545.59. Trifecta: £444.00. CSF: £77.29. 8.30: 1, MILLIONAIRE WALTZ (H Shaw 4-1); 2, Rain Cap (16-1); 3, Rocket Rod (50-1). 18-5 fav Cool Dandy. 2 3 /4l, 1 /2l. 14 ran. B Haslam. Tote: £5.10; pl £2.10, £4.20, £11.60. Exacta: £69.20. Tricast: £2862.26. Trifecta: £913.20. CSF: £60.00. QUADPOT: £864.20 PLACEPOT: £31,154.90 4.25: 1, RIVER TWEED (K Shoemark 7-2); 2, Cape Sunset (5-4 fav); 3, Bakr (17-2). 2 1 /4l, 2 1 /2l. 5 ran. C Hills. Tote: £3.70; pl £1.50, £1.40. Exacta: £9.60. Trifecta: £26.70. CSF: £8.50. 4.55: 1, WOTS THE WIFI CODE (Miss Chelsea Brooks 8-1); 2, Licit (9-1); 3, Bad Rabbit (33-1). 9-2 jtfav One To Go, 9-2 jtfav Whitwell. 1 /2l, 1 1 /2l. 14 ran. T Coyle. Tote: £8.70; pl £3.20, £3.20, £8.30. Exacta: £106.50. Tricast: £2226.42. Trifecta: £2358.40. CSF: £71.48. NR: Only The Brave. QUADPOT: £22.90 PLACEPOT: £67.80 UTTOXETER 1.55: 1, GEROMINO (B Hughes 18-5); 2, Midnight Centurion (7-4 fav); 3, Rock Legend (10-3). nk, 8 1 /2l. 10 ran. D McCain. Tote: £4.20; pl £1.40, £1.20, £1.30. Exacta: £12.10. Trifecta: £37.30. CSF: £10.75. NR: King Ferdinand, Samatian. 2.30: 1, LORD ACCORD (R Patrick 5-1); 2, Ask A Honey Bee (2-1 fav); 3, Dog Of War (4-1). 1l, 3 /4l. 7 ran. N Mulholland. Tote: £5.30; pl £2.80, £1.80. Exacta: £18.00. Trifecta: £80.50. CSF: £15.63. 3.05: 1, TRINCOMALEE (Bryony Frost 3-1 jtfav); 2, Thunderstruck (3-1 jtfav); 3, Bannixtown Glory (11-2). 1 /2l, 20l. 6 ran. L Wadham. Tote: £3.10; pl £1.70, £2.20. Exacta: £12.70. Trifecta: £45.30. CSF: £11.96. NR: Moon Over Germany. 3.40: 1, NO NO MAESTRO (P Brennan 6-4 fav); 2, Clondaw Promise (4-1); 3, Normandy Soldier (15-2). 24l, 2 1 /2l. 8 ran. F O’Brien. Tote: £2.40; pl £1.10, £1.70, £2.30. Exacta: £9.70. Tricast: £33.59. Trifecta: £36.90. CSF: £8.58. NR: Gats And Co. 4.15: 1, ORCHARD GROVE (R Patrick 11-4 fav); 2, Lonimoss Bareliere (10-1); 3, Early Morning Dew (16-5). 2 1 /2l, 3 /4l. 15 ran. Kerry Lee. Tote: £3.70; pl £1.50, £3.30, £1.70. Exacta: £32.40. Tricast: £96.38. Trifecta: £126.40. CSF: £31.04. 4.50: 1, PRESENTING NELLY (H Skelton 3-1); 2, Lady Excalibur (13-8 fav); 3, Becky The Boo (3-1). 3 /4l, 1 1 /4l. 7 ran. D Skelton. Tote: £3.80; pl £1.80, £1.50. Exacta: £9.10. Trifecta: £25.20. CSF: £7.83. NR: All In A Tizzy, Camembert Electric. QUADPOT: £3.60 PLACEPOT: £14.80 (25-1); 3, Fulsome (10-1). 1 3 /4l, 1l. 11 ran. M Channon. Tote: £1.70; pl £1.10, £4.90, £3.00. Exacta: £23.20. Trifecta: £123.10. CSF: £38.41. NR: Acklam Gold, Gypsy Lady, Rosie’s Return. 1.30: 1, BELL SHOT (K Shoemark 13-8 fav); 2, Prodigious Blue (3-1); 3, Fourth Time Lucky (7-1). 1 /2l, ns. 8 ran. C Hills. Tote: £2.50; pl £1.10, £1.30, £2.20. Exacta: £7.40. Trifecta: £29.00. CSF: £6.76. NR: Espressoo. 2.05: 1, SEZAAM (C Beasley 15-2); 2, Baileys Accolade (7-2); 3, Liberated Light (17-2). 5-6 fav Macchiavello. hd, ns. 9 ran. M Dods. Tote: £9.40; pl £2.30, £1.30, £2.20. Exacta: £40.50. Trifecta: £226.40. CSF: £34.25. 2.40: 1, MR CURIOSITY (Rossa Ryan 4-5 fav); 2, Glasses Up (18-1); 3, Arctic Fox (8-1). 5 1 /2l, 1 /2l. 6 ran. C Fellowes. Tote: £1.70; pl £1.20, £5.20. Exacta: £14.90. Trifecta: £74.00. CSF: £17.52. 3.15: 1, PRESENT MOMENT (D E Hogan 14-1); 2, Oheka (15-8); 3, Divine Jewel (10-11 fav). hd, 2 1 /2l. 5 ran. M Bell. Tote: £13.80; pl £4.10, £1.10. Exacta: £35.60. Trifecta: £50.00. CSF: £35.87. NR: Ammolite, Dajarus, Sky Watcher. Ammolite| Rule 4 applies to All Bets, deduct 5p in the pound. 3.50: 1, BRONZE RIVER (T Whelan 6-1); 2, Balqaa (25-1); 3, King Of Tonga (8-1); 4, Enderman (7-2 fav). 1l, 1l, nk. 18 ran. M Appleby. Tote: £7.30; pl £5.60, £2.20, £1.80, £2.30. Exacta: £313.80. Tricast: £1268.70. Trifecta: £2436.40. CSF: £162.40. NR: Presidential, Viva Voce. 2.55: 1, FRANZ (K Stott 15-2); 2, Mandobi (11-2); 3, Paradias (11-4). 9-4 fav Mythical Dancer. 1 /2l, 1 1 /2l. 9 ran. K Ryan. Tote: £8.20; pl £2.40, £1.90, £1.30. Exacta: £56.50. Trifecta: £186.70. CSF: £46.89. 3.30: 1, MAGISTERIAL (O Murphy 4-9 fav); 2, Splendent (6-1); 3, Just Wonder (18-1). 1 1 /2l, 3 1 /4l. 8 ran. J & T Gosden. Tote: £1.30; pl £1.10, £1.70, £2.60. Exacta: £4.70. Trifecta: £25.10. CSF: £3.94. NR: Leaveitwithme. 4.05: 1, IMRAHOR (James Doyle 11-2); 2, Alexander James (8-1); 3, Ffion (9-1). 5-1 fav Bake. 2l, 1 1 /4l. 13 ran. H Palmer. Tote: £6.60; pl £2.60, £3.10, £2.70. Exacta: £57.60. Tricast: £309.68. Trifecta: £421.80. CSF: £48.44. NR: Imperial Command. 4.40: 1, AMOR VINCIT OMNIA (R Kingscote 5-1); 2, Dukedom (2-1 fav); 3, Liamarty Dreams (10-1). 2 3 /4l, 1 1 /2l. 10 ran. T Dascombe. Tote: £5.40; pl £2.20, £1.20, £3.00. Exacta: £23.00. Tricast: £96.19. Trifecta: £157.50. CSF: £15.37. NR: Magic Warrior, Raging. 5.10: 1, WHITEHAVEN (O Murphy evens fav); 2, Haveyoumissedme (4-1); 3, Wynford (10-3). 4 1 /4l, 3 1 /4l. 6 ran. H Morrison. Tote: £1.80; pl £1.10, £2.20. Exacta: £5.40. Trifecta: £13.50. CSF: £5.05. NR: Reverend Hubert. JACKPOT: £18,217.70 QUADPOT: £10.20 PLACEPOT: £55.90 REDCAR 1.00: 1, FLASH BETTY (David Egan evens fav); 2, Sweet Melody FAKENHAM 1.38: 1, ITALIAN SPIRIT (A Coleman 8-13 fav); 2, Loved Out (2-1); 3, Storm Arcadio (17-2). 11l, 3 3 /4l. 6 ran. O Murphy. Tote: £1.40; pl £1.10, £1.50. Exacta: £2.10. Trifecta: £4.80. CSF: £2.18. 2.13: 1, HOWDYALIKEMENOW (A Wedge 2-7 fav); 2, Auditoria (9-2); 3, Jack Ryan (25-1). 1 3 /4l, 32l. 4 ran. E Williams. Tote: £1.10; Exacta: £1.80. Trifecta: £2.90. CSF: £1.95. 2.48: 1, EAGLEHILL (A Coleman 7-4); 2, Lord Schnapps (6-1); 4-5 fav Go Millie Go. 8l. 3 ran. O Murphy. Tote: £2.30; Exacta: £7.60. Trifecta: £6.30. CSF: £8.20. NR: The Golden Rebel. 3.23: 1, JUMPING CATS (Jamie Moore 7-2); 2, Midnight Jewel (4-5 fav); 3, Maliboo (6-1). 6 1 /2l, 2 3 /4l. 6 ran. G L Moore. Tote: £4.20; pl £1.80, £1.10. Exacta: £8.90. Trifecta: £18.50. CSF: £6.76. 3.58: 1, MINELLA ENCORE (S Twiston-Davies 7-4 fav); 2, Rocky’s Treasure (7-2); 24l. 4 ran. Dr R Newland. Tote: £2.50; Exacta: £7.40. Trifecta: £7.10. CSF: £7.82. 4.33: 1, THE KNOT IS TIED (D Jacob 6-1); 2, Cremant (11-4 jtfav); 3, Envol De La Cour (11-4 jtfav). 24l, 5 1 /2l. 6 ran. N King. Tote: £6.20; pl £2.90, £1.70. Exacta: £22.20. Trifecta: £75.60. CSF: £22.78. QUADPOT: £27.50 PLACEPOT: £37.00 HAYDOCK 1.15: 1, TEXAS MAN (P Mulrennan 16-5 fav); 2, He’s A Gentleman (6-1); 3, Edinson Kevani (22-1). ns, 3 /4l. 10 ran. P Midgley. Tote: £4.20; pl £1.60, £1.70, £6.80. Exacta: £27.00. Tricast: £304.18. Trifecta: £344.90. CSF: £22.13. NR: Just A Claim. 1.45: 1, SKY BLUE PINK (H Crouch 3-1); 2, Blaast (11-2); 3, Hooked On You (11-1). 5-2 fav Noteable. 1 3 /4l, 1 /2l. 10 ran. R Beckett. Tote: £3.90; pl £1.70, £1.80, £3.40. Exacta: £16.00. Trifecta: £148.20. CSF: £19.57. NR: Azure Blue. 2.20: 1, CHAIRMANOFTHEBOARD (W Buick 11-2 cofav); 2, Woven (40-1); 3, Air Raid (11-2 cofav); 4, Manigordo (33-1). 11-2 cofav Thaler. 1 /2l, hd, 1 1 /4l. 17 ran. M Channon. Tote: £6.10; pl £1.60, £5.30, £2.10, £4.80. Exacta: £273.10. Tricast: £1289.68. Trifecta: £3026.40. CSF: £247.41. PLACEPOT FirST SIX RACES neil randon Kerkiyra Good Heavens Nectarine Confident Star Georgeville Moracana Goodnight Kiss Yafordadoe STAR TIP Clemmie C Ninja Snapius New Energy Bear Story Zaynudin Lunar Power Rebellito GOING: GOOD 1.30 2.05 2.40 3.15 3.45 4.20 4.55 5.25 DS1ST 5 Saturday, October 16, 2021 number one FOR RACING in association with StarForm Sky Blue Pink and Hector Crouch winning The Casumo Best Odds Guaranteed Fillies’ Novices’ Stakes at Haydock

6 Saturday, October 16, 2021 DS1ST ASCOT (QIPCO CHAMPIONS DAY GOING: Good to soft-soft in places on round course 1.25 QIPCO BRITISH CHAMPIONS LONG DISTANCE CUP (GROUP 2) Class 1 2m (11 runners) £283,550 1 (2) 1-1153 2 (3) 421-22 3 (1) 12/4-1 4 (12) 0-251L 5 (6) 436034 6 (11) 050300 7 (4) -51462 8 (10) -14112 9 (9) 1-2611 10 (7) -04225 11 (8) 101255 12 (5) 244232 BARON SAMEDI (34)(D,F,G,S)(P*,T) J P O’Brien (IRE) 4 9 7................. D McMonagle 119 BERKSHIRE ROCCO (36)(BF,C,G,S)(P*) A Balding 4 9 7...................................... J Watson 111 HAMISH (42)(A,F,G,S) W Haggas 5 9 7................................ T Marquand 116 MASTER OF REALITY (34)(F,S) J P O’Brien (IRE) 6 9 7...................James Doyle 113 MORANDO (23)(C,G,S)(P) A Balding 8 9 7.................................. DOUBTFUL NICHOLAS T (7)(D,A,F,G,S)(H) J Goldie 9 9 7.................................. P Mulrennan 106 ROBERTO ESCOBARR (23)(F,G)(P*,T*) W Haggas 4 9 7.......................................W Buick 114 STRADIVARIUS (14)(CD,A,F,G,S) J & T Gosden 7 9 7................................ L Dettori 120 TRUESHAN (14)(CD,A,G,S) A King 5 9 7..............................................H Doyle ★124 PRINCESS ZOE (14)(S) A Mullins (IRE) 6 9 4...................... J M Sheridan 121 TASHKHAN (14)(S) B Ellison 3 8 13................................. B Robinson 110 THE MEDITERRANEAN (20)(BF,G)(P) A P O’Brien (IRE) 3 8 13.................... R L Moore 116 Star Betting: 11-8 Trueshan, 7-2 Stradivarius, 6 Hamish, 8 Baron Samedi, Princess Zoe, 14 Berkshire Rocco, 16 The Mediterranean, 25 Roberto Escobarr, 33 others. 2020: TRUESHAN 4 9 7, (Hollie Doyle) 11-1 A King, drawn 11, 13 ran. STARFORM Hamish 9-1 (9-5) Tracked leader, ridden at 2f, kept on and made headway inside 2f, ran on well inside final furlong to lead close home, won gamely, won at Kempton 1m 4f Group 3 stks (3yo+) (1) pol in Sep beating Hukum (9-8) by nk, 5 ran. Stradivarius 3-1 (9-2) Front rank, disputing lead 2f out, kept on but no chance with winner, 2nd of 13, 4½l behind Trueshan (9-2) at ParisLongchamp(FR) 2m 4f Grp 1 sft. Trueshan 2-1fav (9-2) Mid-division, headway to join leaders 2f out, drew clear final furlong, won at ParisLongchamp(FR) 2m 4f Grp 1 sft beating Stradivarius (9-2) by 4½l, 13 ran. Baron Samedi 6-1 (9-11) Mid-division, ridden to close in 7th 3f out, stayed on into 3rd 1½f out, kept on same pace final furlong, 3rd of 13, 2¼l behind Sonnyboyliston (9-11) at Curragh 1m 6f Grp 1 (1) gd in Sep. Princess Zoe 5-1 (8-12) Always mid-division, effort 2f out, not reached leaders, 5th of 13, 8l behind Trueshan (9-2) at ParisLongchamp(FR) 2m 4f Grp 1 sft. Berkshire Rocco 4-6fav (9-5) Bit keen tracking leader, led inside final 2f, soon ridden, headed inside final furlong, stayed on same pace, no chance with winner, 2nd of 4, 2l behind Quickthorn (9-9) at Salisbury 1m 6f cond Stakes (2) gd in Sep. The Mediterranean 1-1fav (9-1) Chased leaders, pushed along in 4th 3f out, soon ridden, moderate 3rd 2f out, 3rd and no impression on winner 1f out, kept on without threatening inside final furlong, not trouble easy winner, 2nd of 8, 10l behind Search For A Song (9-8) at Curragh 2m Grp 3 (1) gd in Sep. STARFORM: HAMISH Danger: Stradavarius 2.00 QIPCO BRITISH CHAMPIONS SPRINT STAKES (GROUP 1) Class 1 6f (20 runners) £301,272 1 (14) 326044 2 (20) 634051 3 (7) 2532L1 4 (13) 200043 5 (2) 426005 6 (16) 661216 7 (19) 354L36 8 (17) 661154 9 (5) 111526 10 (3) 222234 11 (4) 4113-2 12 (12) -44L5L 13 (15) 111005 14 (11) -L0200 15 (18) 113243 16 (8) 105034 17 (1) 0-2510 18 (6) 150314 19 (9) 632041 20 (10) 320553 JACKPOT AND PLACEPOT FirST SIX RACES AINSDALE (14)(D,S)(P) K Burke 4 9 2............................................... C Lee 116 ART POWER (21)(C,D,A,G,S) T Easterby 4 9 2................................ S De Sousa ★128 AZANO (14)(G)(T) D O’Meara 5 9 2.........................................S Gray 115 BRANDO (25)(BF,D,F,G,S) K Ryan 9 9 2.............................................T Eaves 122 GLEN SHIEL (14)(BF,CD,A,S)(B*) A Watson 7 9 2.........................................H Doyle 123 GUSTAVUS WESTON (34)(D,S) Joseph G Murphy (IRE) 5 9 2............G F Carroll 123 HAPPY POWER (49)(D,F,G,S) A Balding 5 9 2......................................R Hornby 122 KINROSS (13)(BF,A,G,S) R Beckett 4 9 2...................................... L Dettori 125 CREATIVE FORCE (42)(C,D,F,G,S) C Appleby 3 9 1.......................................W Buick 124 DRAGON SYMBOL (34)(BF,D,A,F) A Watson 3 9 1..................................... O Murphy 127 MINZAAL (14)(D,F,G) Owen Burrows 3 9 1............................ J Crowley 117 NANDO PARRADO (42)(CD,G)(P*) C Cox 3 9 1................................................A Kirby 110 ROHAAN (34)(CD,A,F,S) P Evans 3 9 1...................................... R L Moore 126 THUNDER MOON (35)(G) J P O’Brien (IRE) 3 9 1.................... T Marquand 122 HIGHFIELD PRINCESS (14)(BF,C,A,F,G,S) J J Quinn 4 8 13..........................................J Hart 119 KEEP BUSY (14)(D,F,S)(B*) J J Quinn 4 8 13..............................James Doyle 110 LAST EMPIRE (13)(D,G,S) K Ryan 5 8 13......................................D Tudhope 118 HAPPY ROMANCE (42)(D,A,F,G) R Hannon 3 8 12................................. S M Levey 123 VADREAM (14)(CD,A,S) C Fellowes 3 8 12...............................David Egan 121 VENTURA DIAMOND (14)(D,F,S) R Fahey 3 8 12................................. J P Spencer 117 Star Betting: 4 Dragon Symbol, 9-2 Art Power, 5 Rohaan, 6 Creative Force, 7 Minzaal, 8 Kinross, 12 Vadream, 16 Happy Romance, Glen Shiel, 20 others. 2020: GLEN SHIEL 6 9 2, Hollie Doyle 16-1 A Watson, drawn 9, 16 ran. ■ HAPPY HOLLIE DAY: Glen Shiel, ridden by Hollie Doyle (centre), wins the British Champions Sprint Stakes at Ascot 12 months ago STARFORM Art Power 4-5fav (9-7) Prominent in 2nd, travelling smoothly and on terms from 2f out, led over 1f out, quickly asserted and stayed on well, easily, won at Curragh 6f Grp 3 (1) gd in Sep beating Twilight Spinner (9-2) by 5l, 9 ran. Dragon Symbol 5-2fav (9-5) Chased leaders, 6th halfway, ridden to close 2f out, challenged 1f out, every chance inside final furlong, no extra closing stages, 4th of 13, 1¼l behind Romantic Proposal (9-3) at Curragh 5f Grp 1 (1) gd in Sep. Rohaan 18-1 (9-5) Slowly into stride and behind, ridden and closer under 2f out, kept on well inside final furlong, 5th of 13, 2l behind Romantic Proposal (9-3) at Curragh 5f Grp 1 (1) gd in Sep. Creative Force 6-1 (9-1) Mid-division, pushed along 2f out, ridden inside final furlong, held inside final furlong, 6th of 11, 3l behind Emaraaty Ana (9-3) at Haydock 6f Grp 1 (1) gf in Sep. Minzaal 6-1 (9-0) Held up in mid-division, headway chasing leaders approaching final 2f, ridden and ran on into 2nd inside final furlong, never going pace to reach winner, 2nd of 8, 1l behind Tis Marvellous (9-3) at Ascot 5f Listed stks (1) sft. Kinross 3-1fav (9-2) Help up, headway 2f out, stayed on, 4th of 16, 4l behind Space Blues (9-2) at ParisLongchamp(FR) 7f Grp 1 (1) hvy. Vadream 6-1 (8-12) Held up in mid-division, headway chasing leaders over 2f out, went 2nd 1f out, led inside final furlong, ran on gamely, won at Ascot 6f Grp 3 (1) hvy beating King’s Lynn (9-2) by 1l, 12 ran. Glen Shiel 9-4fav (9-2) Quickly away, led, ridden 2f out, headed over 1f out, lost 2nd 1f out, kept on same pace inside final furlong, 5th of 12, 2l behind Vadream (8-12) at Ascot 6f Grp 3 (1) hvy. Happy Romance 25-1 (8-12) Towards rear, headway and pushed along over 1f out, kept on well final furlong, went third inside final furlong, lost third final strides, 4th of 11, 1l behind Emaraaty Ana (9-3) at Haydock 6f Grp 1 (1) gf in Sep. Gustavus Weston 8-1 (9-6) Chased leaders, close 4th halfway, ridden 2f out, no extra over 1f out, kept on one pace, 6th of 13, 4½l behind Romantic Proposal (9-3) at Curragh 5f Grp 1 (1) gd in Sep. Brando 5-6fav (9-0) Slowly away, held up last in touch, ridden and headway well over 1f out, kept on, always held, 3rd of 4, 2¼l behind Danzeno (9-8) at Beverley 5f cond Stakes (2) gd in Sep. Happy Power 10-1 (9-4) Chased leader, ridden and every chance over 1f out, weakened final 75 yards, 6th of 9, 3l behind Lavender’s Blue (9-1) at Goodwood 1m Grp 2 (1) gf in Aug. Thunder Moon 5-1 (9-5) Mid-division on inner, ridden 2f out, close 5th 1f out, no extra final furlong, 9th of 14, 2½l behind Real Appeal (9-10) at Leopardstown 1m Grp 2 (1) gd in Sep. Last Empire 33-1 (8-12) Led to 2f out, weakened final furlong, 9th of 16, 6l behind Space Blues (9-2) at ParisLongchamp(FR) 7f Grp 1 (1) hvy. Highfield Princess 9-4fav (9-3) Pulled hard, led, ridden and ran on gamely when strongly pressed inside final furlong, headed and no extra in 3rd final 100 yards, 3rd of 14, 1½l behind With Thanks (9-0) at Ascot 7f fll lst stks (1) sft. STARFORM: ART POWER Danger: Dragon Symbol 2.35 BRITISH CHAMPIONS FILLIES & MARES STAKES (GROUP 1) Class 1 1m 4f (8 runners) £283,550 1 (6) -14532 2 (7) 215205 3 (8) 1-12L 4 (2) -22151 5 (1) 5-4225 6 (4) 016330 7 (5) 4243L4 8 (3) 111126 ALBAFLORA (58)(CD,G,S) R Beckett 4 9 5.................................Rossa Ryan 118 TRIBAL CRAFT (37)(D,A,G,S) A Balding 5 9 5..................................... O Murphy 114 ESHAADA (58)(G,S) R Varian 3 8 13..................................... J Crowley 107 INVITE (35)(D,A,G,S) A Balding 3 8 13..................................... J F Egan 108 LADY HAYES (66)(G) R Varian 3 8 13........................................A Atzeni 108 LA JOCONDE (8)(G) A P O’Brien (IRE) 3 8 13.........................H Doyle 114 MYSTERY ANGEL (22)(A,F,G) G Boughey 3 8 13................................... B Curtis 106 SNOWFALL (13)(D,G) A P O’Brien (IRE) 3 8 13.................... R L Moore ★123 Star Betting: 4-5 Snowfall, 5 Albaflora, 11-2 Invite, 7 Eshaada, 20 La Joconde, Tribal Craft, 25 Lady Hayes, 33 Mystery Angel. 2020: WONDERFUL TONIGHT 3 8 13, (William Buick) 4-1 Fav D Menuisier, drawn 9, 12 ran. STARFORM Snowfall 4-1 (8-9) way 2f out, stayed Torquator Tasso (9-5) at ParisLongcha Eshaada 18-1 (8-12) Keen early, in t over 2f out, last of 7, 37l behind Snowf in Aug. Albaflora 16-1 (9-7) In rear, pushed a chased clear winner over 1f out, kep Snowfall (8-12) at York 1m 4f flls Grp 1 Invite 5-1 (8-4) Held up, headway 2 long, led inside final furlong, ran on, w in Sep beating Alounak (9-3) by 2l, 9 ra Tribal Craft 14-1 (9-5) Steadied start chasing leaders over 2f out, 3rd and on close home, 5th of 8, 10l behind Free W (1) gf in Sep. La Joconde 12-1 (8-13) Slowly into out, never on terms, 10th of 15, 10l beh 1m 2f flls Group 3 stks (1) gs. Lady Hayes 10-3 (8-8) Mid-division, 1f out, no extra final 100yds, 5th of 7, 1m 2f fll lst stks (1) gd in Aug. Mystery Angel 8-1 (8-10) Led, ridd pace, 4th of 8, 6l behind Forbearance stks (1) gf in Sep. STARFORM: SNOWFA 3.10 QUEEN ELIZABETH II STA Class 1 1m (1 1 (4) BENBATL (22)( 133-21 S bin Suroor 7 9 2 (3) LORD GLITTER 164424 D O’Meara 8 9 4 3 (8) NJORD (13)(CD 220340 J Harrington (IRE 4 (5) PALACE PIER ( 3-1111 J & T Gosden 4 9 5 (2) THE REVENANT 11-342 F H Graffard (FR 6 (10) BAAEED (41)(D 11111 W Haggas 3 9 1.. 7 (6) LADY BOWTHO 122410 W Jarvis 5 9 1..... 8 (7) MASTER OF TH 4-2123 C Appleby 3 9 1.. 9 (1) ALCOHOL FREE 151316 A Balding 3 8 12 10 (9) MOTHER EART 232132 A P O’Brien (IRE Star Betting: 13-8 Palace Pier, 9 Revenant, Master Of The Seas, 16 B Earth, 66 others. 2020: THE REVENANT 5 9 4, Pierre Bo STARFORM The Revenant 2-1 2f out, just failed, 2nd ParisLongchamp(FR) 1m Grp 2 sft. Lady Bowthorpe 7-4fav (8-13) Neve behind Grand Glory (8-13) at Deauville Palace Pier 8-11fav (9-5) Held up in final furlong, ran on well, won at Deau Poetic Flare (8-12) by nk, 8 ran. Baaeed 1-2fav (8-13) Always handy stayed on strongly, won at ParisLongc Order Of Australia (9-4) by 1 1/4l, 6 ran Master Of The Seas 11-8fav (9-0) along and headway 2f out, not clear stayed on, 3rd of 7, 1¼l behind Benb gf in Sep.

DS1ST Saturday, October 16, 2021 7 ) itv: 1.25 to 4.30 StarForm ASCOT TRACKFACTS Triangular right-hand galloping track with easy turns and a home straight of two and a half furlongs. The draw has little effect, but low numbers slightly favoured when the ground is soft. Stalls today Straight Far Side; Round Inside. TOP TRAINERS (with runners) J & T Gosden 54 winners, (18.0% strike rate), +£3.38, W Haggas 27, (14.1%), -£48.98, A P O’Brien 27, (9.8%), -£136.09, C Appleby 26, (17.2%), -£23.31, A Balding 25, (9.8%), -£80.30, R Varian 25, (13.0%), -£64.99, M Johnston 21, (8.6%), -£116.87, C Cox 19, (13.3%), +£136.35, R Hannon 18, (6.3%), -£51.56, E Walker 12, (14.6%), -£13.67, R Beckett 9, (7.7%). TOP JOCKEYS (with mounts) Ryan Moore 43 winners, (15.1% strike rate), -£92.66, Frankie Dettori 41, (22.2%), +£26.67, William Buick 35, (16.6%), +£58.35, Jim Crowley 29, (12.0%), -£30.45, Oisin Murphy 26, (11.0%), -£24.12, James Doyle 24, (12.2%), -£73.34, Andrea Atzeni 22, (10.9%), -£52.85, Adam Kirby 21, (10.5%), +£101.00. WHO’S HOT, WHo’s not TERRIFIC TRAINERS: (Most wins last 14 days) W Haggas 16; C Appleby 12; D McCain 11; J P O’Brien 11; J & T Gosden 10. SUFFERING STABLES: (Runners since last win) C J Gray 218; A Mullins 95; M Chapman 91. HOT JOCKS: (Most wins last 14 days) William Buick 20; Oisin Murphy 13; Mickael Barzalona 13; Brian Hughes 11; Tom Marquand 9. RIDE OUT OF LUCK: (Rides since last win) Jimmy Quinn 152; Tom Eaves 67; Charlie Deutsch 53; Will Kennedy 50; Harrison Shaw 47. new new quarters quarters ASCOT: None. CATTERICK: 1.55 Skedaddled (D Elsworth to R Barr), 2.30 Sir Sedric (A Kinirons to D Carroll). FFOS LAS: 1.40 Belle Na Bann (Paul Traynor to N Mulholland), 1.40 Blue Heather (Thomas Coyle to B Lund), 1.40 Cordey Dancer (J Toux to F O’Brien), 1.40 Current Mood (L Kenny to E Williams), 1.40 Hashtag Val (D Cottin to N Mulholland), 1.40 Whenthepennydrops (K Woollacott to D Skelton), 2.15 Master Of Spin (J Flint to P Bowen), 2.50 Ali The Hunter (J Farrelly to Mrs L Young), 3.25 In Rem (G L Moore to Mrs J Williams), 5.40 Ballyhawkish (G J McKeever to N King), 5.40 The Boola Boss (Benny Walsh to R Curtis). MARKET RASEN: 1.00 On My Command (A Murphy to H Fry), 2.10 Game Of War (H De Bromhead to Olly Williams), 2.45 Stolen Silver (N Twiston-Davies to S Thomas), 3.20 Due Reward (H De Bromhead to C Longsdon), 3.55 Rafferty (J R Barlow to L Morgan). STRATFORD: 1.45 Harde Fashion (K Bailey to Daniel Bourne), 2.55 Humaniste (E J O’Grady to M Young), 4.40 Movethechains (C Williams to G L Moore). WOLVERHAMPTON: 5.00 Pips Tune (D Brown to J G O’Shea), 5.00 Zafaranah (S Hanlon to R Brisland), 5.30 Spirit Of Sisra (T Dascombe to D Loughnane). in association with MAGIC COMBINATIONS ASCOT: William Buick rides 2.00 Creative Force, 3.10 Master Of The Seas, 3.50 Adayar for C Appleby, previous combinations 17 wins from 86 mounts 20% strike rate at course. CATTERICK: Billy Garritty rides 3.05 Furzig for R Fahey, previous combinations 2 wins from 3 mounts 67% strike rate at course. FFOS LAS: Adam Wedge rides 4.00 Ruthless Article, 5.40 The Boola Boss for R Curtis, previous combinations 4 wins from 8 mounts 50% strike rate at course. MARKET RASEN: Bryony Frost rides 2.10 Martello Sky for L Wadham, previous combinations 3 wins from 7 mounts 43% strike rate at course. STRATFORD: Paddy Brennan rides 1.45 Don’t Stop Now, 4.05 Ordered Lives for F O’Brien, previous combinations 11 wins from 54 mounts 20% strike rate at course. WOLVERHAMPTON: Ray Dawson rides 8.00 Gliding Bay for I Mohammed, previous combinations 3 wins from 8 mounts 38% strike rate at course. STARFORM TREBLE 3.10 Ascot THE REVENANT (nap) 4.30 Ascot SYMBOLIZE (nb) 7.00 Wolves THE TRADER (trb) wind surgery wind surgery FFOS LAS: Numbers Man (2.15), Valentine’s Turf (2.15), Stephanie Sunshine (2.50), Calico (4.35), Diego Du Charmil (4.35). MARKET RASEN: On My Command (1.00), Red Risk (3.20). STRATFORD: Don Alvaro (1.45), The HEAVEY’S NAP Wise Traveller (1.45), Take Em Out (3.30), Sammeo (5.15). BEST EACH-WAY BEST EACH-WAY SIR BUSKER (4.30 Ascot) may not have been at his best over seven furlongs at York last time but has a good Ascot record, including fourth in QEII a year ago and third in Queen Anne in June, and is best over a mile. Mid-division, hampered making headon one pace, 6th of 15, 5l behind mp(FR) 1m 4f Grp 1 (1) hvy. ouch, pushed along 4f out, weakened all (8-12) at York 1m 4f flls Grp 1 (1) gd long 3f out, ridden and headway 2f out, t on one pace, 2nd of 7, 4l behind (1) gd in Aug. f out, switched wide entering final furon at Chester 1m 4f Listed stks (1) gs n. , held up last, headway towards inside e pace over 1f out, weakened into 5th ind (8-9) at Doncaster 1m 6f Grp 2 flls stride, held up, pushed along over 2f ind Ville De Grace (8-13) at Newmarket nudged along over 2f out, ridden over 6l behind Lilac Road (8-8) at Salisbury en and headed 2f out, kept on same (9-3) at Newmarket 1m 4f flls Group 3 LL Danger: Eshaada KES (GROUP 1) (STR) 0 runners) £623,810 C,D,A,F,G)(T) 4............................. P Cosgrave 121 S (42)(BF,CD,A,F,G,S) ..................................D Tudhope 124 ,G,S)(T) ) 5 9 4.................. T Marquand 117 62)(CD,A,F,G,S) 4................................ L Dettori ★131 (14)(CD,G,S)(H) ) 6 9 4..........................O Peslier 127 ,F,G) .................................. J Crowley 128 RPE (55)(BF,CD,A,F,G) ..............................K Shoemark 124 E SEAS (22)(BF,D,F,G,S) .....................................W Buick 125 (59)(CD,G,S) ................................... O Murphy 127 H (14)(BF,D,F,S) ) 3 8 12.................... R L Moore 123 -4 Baaeed, 8 Alcohol Free, The enbatl, 20 Lady Bowthorpe, Mother udot 5-1 F H Graffard, drawn 6, 14 ran. (9-2) Mid-division, good headway from of 12, shd behind Real World (9-2) at r better than mid-division, 7th of 8, 5l (FR) 1m 2f Grp 1 gs in Aug. rear, headway 2f out, ridden and led ville(FR) 1m Grp 1 gd in Aug beating , headway to lead 1f out, ridden and hamp(FR) 1m Grp 1 gs in Sep beating . Tracked leaders stand side, pushed run over 1f out, soon switched left, atl (9-4) at Newmarket 1m Grp 2 (1) Alcohol Free 9-2 (8-10) Held up towards rear, ridden well over 2f out, kept on one pace, 6th of 7, 9l behind Mishriff (9-6) at York 1m 2f Grp 1 (1) gd in Aug. Benbatl 13-8 (9-4) Led centre group and overall leader until over 4f out, switched left to press leader over 1f out, led inside final furlong, ridden and ran on (new track record), won at Newmarket 1m Grp 2 (1) gf in Sep beating Pogo (9-4) by 3/4l, 7 ran. Mother Earth 11-4fav (9-0) Close up centre, tracked leaders 3f out, ridden and stayed on to go 2nd inside final furlong, 2nd of 12, 3l behind Saffron Beach (9-0) at Newmarket 1m flls Grp 1 (1) gd. Lord Glitters 7-5fav (9-3) Held up, nudged along 3f out, ridden over 2f out, plugged on into fourth 1f out, never in contention, 4th of 5, 9l behind Artistic Rifles (9-3) at Haydock 1m Grp 3 (1) gf in Sep. STARFORM: THE REVENANT Danger: Lady Bowthorpe 3.50 QIPCO CHAMPION STAKES (GROUP 1) Class 1 1m 2f (10 runners) £714,546 1 (1) 11-212 2 (5) -11224 3 (7) 512502 4 (2) -11321 5 (9) -22114 6 (8) 110144 7 (10) 4-4111 8 (4) 151212 9 (6) 414650 10 (3) 5-2025 ADDEYBB (105)(CD,G,S)(P) W Haggas 7 9 5................................ T Marquand 129 AL AASY (28)(BF,G,S) W Haggas 4 9 5.................................... J Crowley 126 EUCHEN GLEN (28)(C,D,F,G,S) J Goldie 8 9 5.................................. P Mulrennan 121 MISHRIFF (59)(D,F,G,S) J & T Gosden 4 9 5............................David Egan ★132 ADAYAR (13)(C,F,G,S) C Appleby 3 9 1.......................................W Buick 130 BOLSHOI BALLET (28)(BF,D,G) A P O’Brien (IRE) 3 9 1...................... R L Moore 115 DUBAI HONOUR (14)(D,F,G,S)(T) W Haggas 3 9 1...............................James Doyle 124 FOXES TALES (28)(CD,G,S)(B*) A Balding 3 9 1.................................. S De Sousa 119 MAC SWINEY (35)(BF,S) J S Bolger (IRE) 3 9 1..................... K J Manning 116 SEALIWAY (13)(G,S) C E Rossi (FR) 3 9 1........................M Barzalona 122 Star Betting: 6-4 Mishriff, 2 Adayar, 7 Dubai Honour, Addeybb, 12 Sealiway, 20 Al Aasy, 33 Mac Swiney, Bolshoi Ballet, 50 others. 2020: ADDEYBB 6 9 5, (Tom Marquand) 9-1 W Haggas, drawn 11, 10 ran. STARFORM Adayar 3-1 (8-12) Led 4f out, headed inside final furlong, kept of one pace, 4th of 15, 4l behind Torquator Tasso (9-5) at ParisLongchamp(FR) 1m 4f Grp 1 (1) hvy. Addeybb 7-2 (9-7) Led, shaken up and headed 3f out, driven over 2f out, went 2nd inside final furlong, no impression on winner, kept on, 2nd of 4, 3½l behind St Mark’s Basilica (8-11) at Sandown 1m 2f Grp 1 (1) gs in Jul. Mishriff 9-4fav (9-6) Chased leaders, smooth headway over 3f out, pushed along to lead over 2f out, ridden well over 1f out, drew clear inside last, impressive, won at York 1m 2f Grp 1 (1) gd in Aug beating Alenquer (8-13) by 6l, 7 ran. Dubai Honour 5-2fav (9-1) Rear early, headway 2f out, ran on strongly final furlong, won at ParisLongchamp(FR) 1m 2f Grp 2 sft beating Magny Cours (9-2) by 1½l, 10 ran. Sealiway 50-1 (8-12) Held up in rear, steady headway from 3f out, stayed on, 5th of 15, 5l behind Torquator Tasso (9-5) at ParisLongchamp(FR) 1m 4f Grp 1 (1) hvy. Al Aasy 4-6fav (9-6) Held up in touch in 4th, closed going well from 3f out, challenged 2f out, ridden over 1f out, no impression on leaders inside final 150 yards, 4th of 5, 2l behind Solid Stone (9-6) at Newbury 1m 3f Grp 3 (1) gd in Sep. Bolshoi Ballet 85-40fav (8-10) 2-3wide,4w1/4,empty, 4th of 7, 6l behind Yibir (8-10) at Belmont Park(USA) 1m 4f 3yo stk gd in Sep. STARFORM: ADAYAR Danger: Addeybb 4.30 BALMORAL HANDICAP (SPONSORED BY QIPCO) (STR) Class 2 1m (23 runners) £103,080 1 (3) 430243 SIR BUSKER (31)(CD,A,G) W Knight 5 9 11.................................... O Murphy 111 JASON HEAVEY Trueshan (treble) Kinross Invite Baaeed (nb) Mishriff Sir Busker 1.25 2.00 2.35 3.10 3.50 4.30 STAR TIP Trueshan Creative Force Invite Master Of The Seas Mishriff (nap) Nugget 2 (6) OH THIS IS US (14)(CD,A,F,G) 03L044 R Hannon 8 9 7.................................Rossa Ryan 112 3 (16) MONTATHAM (84)(D,F,G,S) 20-36L W Haggas 5 9 7...................................... D O’Neill 116 4 (4) ACCIDENTAL AGENT (14)(CD,A,F,G)(P) 010266 E J-Houghton 7 9 7............................... C Bishop 113 5 (12) MAGICAL MORNING (21)(D,F,G) -01020 J & T Gosden 4 9 6.......................... J P Spencer 117 6 (2) ESCOBAR (14)(CD,F,S)(T) 535220 D O’Meara 7 9 6........................................A Kirby 115 7 (11) ALDAARY (14)(C,G,S) 135501 W Haggas (6lb ex) 3 9 6....................... J Crowley 116 8 (23) DASHING ROGER (70)(CD,A,F,G,S) LL4131 W Stone 4 9 4.........................................M Ghiani 114 9 (19) RAISE YOU (81)(D,G) 42-155 J P O’Brien (IRE) 5 9 4............D McMonagle (3) 114 10 (7) NUGGET (21)(D,F,G) 1-3121 R Hannon 4 9 4................................... R L Moore 115 11 (17) JOHAN (48)(BF,D,A,G) -50140 W Haggas 4 9 4................................ T Marquand 116 12 (14) MATTHEW FLINDERS (29)(D,F,G) 300206 E Walker 4 9 3.........................................W Buick 114 13 (5) RHOSCOLYN (14)(F,G,S) 622345 D O’Meara 3 9 3..................................D Tudhope 116 14 (10) SALTONSTALL (25)(D,A,G,S)(P,T) L65400 A McGuinness (IRE) 7 9 3.C J MacRedmond (5) 115 15 (8) KING LEONIDAS (28)(D,G,S) 1/16-3 J & T Gosden 4 9 3.........................James Doyle 118 16 (22) KENZAI WARRIOR (17)(D,A,G,S) 600-P1 R Teal (6lb ex) 4 9 3.................................H Doyle 110 17 (1) MARIE’S DIAMOND (21)(D,F,G,S) 126530 M Johnston 5 9 2....................................A Atzeni 115 18 (15) SYMBOLIZE (14)(F,S) 000102 A Balding 4 9 2..................................... D Probert 116 19 (13) SHELIR (8)(D,G,S)(P) 220201 D O’Meara (6lb ex) 5 9 2....................... J Watson 115 20 (21) SUNRAY MAJOR (15)(C,D,A,G) 14-11 J & T Gosden (6lb ex) 4 9 1................... L Dettori ★120 Star Betting: 9-4 Sunray Major, 5 King Leonidas, 7 Aldaary, 8 Nugget, 16 others. STARFORM: SYMBOLIZE Danger: Aldaary

8 Saturday, October 16, 2021 StarForm ■ GRAND TRIP: Chosen Mate heads for America’s equivalent of the Grand National MATE IS CHOSEN FOR STATES BID GORDON ELLIOTT and ■■ by CHRIS GOULDING Davy Russell, twice successful in the Grand with Jury Duty in 2018, National with Tiger Roll, but failed to follow up a hope to take the year later when fourth to American version with the Nicky Hendersontrained Brain Power. Chosen Mate at Far Hills today. Elliott also runs Elliott (below) took Realist, another mount the Grand National of Russell’s, in the Hurdle Stakes with Gladstone Hurdle, Jury Duty three the race the years ago, and a trainer won in second victory 2019 with looks very Global much on the Freedom. cards as his “Realist runs runner will face in the juvenile only three rivals. hurdle,” added “Chosen Mate Elliott. “He’s a lovely goes over there in very young horse with two good form,” said Elliott. nice runs under his belt “On ratings, he looks the at Down Royal and highest-rated horse in it Listowel.” and should have a great Far Hills is 40 miles chance.” west of Manhattan and Elliott and Robbie its Grand National Power became the first Festival attracts crowds Irish winners of the race of up to 75,000 annually. Skelton happy with his team DAN SKELTON, snapping at Paul Nicholls’ heels for championship honours over the jumps, believes he has a strong hand with his runners at Stratford and Ffos Las today. “We are looking forward to going chasing with Cadzand (4.00) at Ffos Las, and with a bit of luck we can run if the ground is all right,” Skelton (above) said. “I expect him to go very close.” Smart hurdler Calico (4.35) also gets a big shout from the ■■ by CHRIS GOULDING Warwickshire trainer. “We are really happy with his work at home,” said the Ladbrokes ambassador. “He’s done lots of work, he is jumping nicely and this track will definitely suit him. “He’s a big player.” At Stratford Skelton is not lacking confidence regarding Whispering Gypsy (4.05). “I give her a big chance,” he said. “She doesn’t like to travel too far from home, so Stratford is ideal.” STRATFORD JASON HEAVEY Ballintubber Boy Masterdream Humaniste One Forty Seven Diamond Gait Mariners Moon Hey Bob 1.45 WOLVERHAMPTON 5.00 DS1ST CAZOO HANDICAP (DIV 1) Class 6 1m 1f (13 runners) £2,700 1 (13) 0006 MAKAMBE (29)(CD,A,G)(P) C Banham 6 9 10................J Haynes 61 2 (11) -053 LIAM’S LASS (25)(CD,A,G,S) Mrs P Sly 5 9 9.......C Howarth (7) 68 3 (6) 5501 PARTY REBEL (26)(CD,A) M Johnston 3 9 8............R Kingscote 67 4 (2) 440 PHLEGON (16) B Meehan 3 9 8........................................ M Dwyer 62 5 (9) 0003 ZAFARANAH (165)(CD,C2,A)(P,T) R Brisland 7 9 7........L Morris 63 6 (10) 2016 DEFILADE (17)(C,A)(T) Mrs S Leech 5 9 7.....................S W Kelly 67 7 (3) 1320 POINT LOUISE (44)(F) H Dunlop 3 9 5............Joanna Mason (3) 69 8 (7) 220L CHIAVARI (39)(B*) Alexandra Dunn 7 9 4......................... R Havlin 68 9 (12) 0030 AUSSIE RASCAL (14)(P) T Ward 3 9 4......................... D Muscutt ★70 10 (1) L005 SMART QIBILI (2)(H,P) P McEntee 3 9 3 Grace McEntee (5) 67 11 (4) 0201 BROUGHTONS FLARE (12)(CD,A,G) M Loughnane 5 9 2 P Prince 68 12 (8) 4435 PIPS TUNE (187) J G O’Shea 3 8 13................................C McKee 67 13 (5) 0062 REGINA GEORGE (12) R Fell 3 8 9.....................................R Scott 65 Star Betting: 9-2 Broughtons Flare, 11-2 Regina George, 6 Party Rebel, 7 Defilade, 8 Liam’s Lass, 10 Phlegon, Aussie Rascal, 12 Zafaranah, Makambe, Pips Tune, 16 others. 2020: Rogue Tide 3 10 0, Edward Greatrex 6-1 (M Loughnane), drawn (4), 10 ran. STARFORM: PARTY REBEL Danger: Broughtons Flare 5.30 ‘NATIONAL HUNT’ MAIDEN HURDLE Class 4 (11 flights) 2m 6f (8 runners) £4,084 1 00 BECCACCINO (58)(B) Miss J Davis 5 11 4........Miss H C Tucker (7) — 2 02- DON ALVARO (189)(BF) P Nicholls 5 11 4.................... L Williams (3) — 3 234- HARDE FASHION (285) Daniel Bourne 5 11 4.................... C Ring (3) — 4 4-1L POLLARDS FEN (143)(G) Georgie Howell 6 11 4.......Tabitha Worsley (5) 54 5 10-P THE WISE TRAVELLER (161)(S) C Longsdon 5 11 4..............D Bass — 6 5 BALLINTUBBER BOY (161) N Twiston-Davies 4 11 2....N Scholfield — 7 6264 DON’T STOP NOW (22)(P) F O’Brien 4 11 2...................... P Brennan ★101 8 TURNAWAY D Skelton 4 11 2.................................... Bridget Andrews — Star Betting: 11-4 Turnaway, 3 Don Alvaro, 4 Don’t Stop Now, Ballintubber Boy, 7 Harde Fashion, 14 Others. STARFORM: THE WISE TRAVELLER D: Don’t Stop Now 2.20 HANDICAP HURDLE Class 5 (9 flights) 2m 3f (13 runners) £2,342 1 1-02 DUTCH ADMIRAL (32)(G)(P) D Bridgwater 4 12 1........ D Hiskett (3) 100 2 64L- PICTURESQUE VIEW (240) D Bridgwater 5 11 12....... Jamie Moore 93 3 65-2 ASCOT DAY (F37) B J Llewellyn 7 11 8........................R Williams (3) 96 4 PLLP REBEL ROYAL (25)(G)(B*) B Case 8 11 5....................... B Carver (3) 90 5 U1F/ DR OAKLEY (590)(BF,S) Henry Oliver 7 11 5..............................P Brennan — 6 1656 ALRAMZ (9)(D,S) Mrs S Gardner 5 11 1................................. Lucy Gardner 100 7 3310 SERJEANT PAINTER (9)(BF,CD,G) B Pauling 6 10 12.................... D Bass 99 8 6524 DOLLY MCQUEEN (9)(T) F Brennan 5 10 11......................... L Williams (3) 101 9 400- COACHELLA GREEN (201)(T) S Drinkwater 9 10 11...................A Cawley ★103 10 1206 KILCHREEST MOON (11)(D,G) Henry Oliver 10 10 11...........N Scholfield 102 11 -L12 MASTERDREAM (19)(BF,G)(P,T) N Mulholland 4 10 10...........A Coleman 99 12 L1-6 HARRY THE NORSEMAN (162)(G)(P,T) P Webber 5 10 10.........D McMenamin 99 13 -P2P SCOTTSDALE (F30)(CD,G) P Winks 8 10 6................. C Leonard (5) 81 Star Betting: 9-2 Dutch Admiral, 5 Masterdream, Serjeant Painter, 7 Ascot Day, 8 Harry The Norseman, 10 others. 2020: Crocodile Dundee 10 11 1, Mr J Jeavons(7) 3-1 (T H Weston), 9 ran. STARFORM: SERJEANT PAINTER d: Masterdream 2.55 1.45 2.20 2.55 3.30 4.05 4.40 5.15 PLACEPOT FirST SIX RACES STAR TIP CAZOO HANDICAP (DIV 2) Class 6 1m 1f (13 runners) £2,700 1 (7) 4521 RHYME SCHEME (7)(A,G)(B,T) M Appleby 4 9 10.......T Ladd (3) 66 2 (4) 6300 WILLY NILLY (14)(F,G)(P,T) D McCain 4 9 9......................D Nolan 68 3 (9) 66L5 DESTROYER (30)(G)(P) T Tate 8 9 8........................... T P Queally 64 4 (3) 0564 NO DIGGITY (26)(C,A) J Butler 5 9 8.............................R Dawson 62 5 (13) 1102 TYCHE (14)(CD,A)(P) B Ellison 4 9 7...........................C Shepherd 68 6 (12) 4424 WELL PREPARED (9)(G)(T) M Loughnane 4 9 6.......R Kingscote 70 7 (10) 5023 BEARWITH (19) B Meehan 3 9 4....................................L Steward 69 8 (6) 6043 BLACK MEDICK (16)(CD,A,G)(P) Mrs L Mongan 5 9 4 A Beech (5) ★71 9 (8) 0L00 STAND FREE (40)(A)(H) Suzzanne France 4 9 4 F McManoman (3) 62 10 (11) L0L4 SPIRIT OF SISRA (74)(G) D Loughnane 3 9 3.............. D Muscutt 65 11 (5) 06L3 HEAT AND DUST (9)(B) Sir M Prescott 3 9 2...................L Morris 67 12 (1) L063 MR DIB DAB (12) M Loughnane 4 8 10..........................S W Kelly 67 13 (2) 0600 SENORITA EVA ROSE (38)(H) J Unett 3 8 6 Gina Mangan (5) 67 Star Betting: 9-2 Rhyme Scheme, 5 Tyche, 6 Well Prepared, 7 No Diggity, 8 Heat And Dust, Black Medick, 10 Bearwith, 12 Mr Dib Dab, 14 others. 2020: Recuerdame 4 9 6, Luke Morris 9-2 (S Dow), drawn (6), 10 ran. STARFORM: MR DIB DAB Danger: Tyche 6.00 HANDICAP Class 6 2m 120yds (13 runners) £2,700 1 (10) 0600 FIRST CHARGE (20)(S) M Loughnane 4 10 0................R Dawson 64 2 (6) 5521 TINSMITH (34)(A)(P,T) J Snowden 6 9 12...................C Shepherd 65 3 (8) 0316 ROBEAM (12)(CD,D,A,G)(V) B Ellison 5 9 12............... D Costello 65 4 (9) 2022 FLYING STANDARD (32)(BF,C,A) C Wall 4 9 10............... G Wood 65 5 (3) 3055 THEMATIC (24) S Kirk 5 9 10....................................... T P Queally ★72 6 (1) 00-5 TIBBIE DUNBAR (32) W Kittow 5 9 7...............................N Callan 65 7 (2) 32LL ALAMBRISTA (19)(B) Sir M Prescott 3 9 4.......................L Morris 63 8 (5) 5220 FRAME RATE (151)(P) C J Gray 6 9 0.........................T Heard (5) 66 9 (12) 6044 SCHEHERAZADE (17)(S)(P*) H Morrison 3 8 13......R Kingscote 65 10 (7) 0406 BARCA (26)(A)(B) A Forbes 7 8 12..................................W Cox (3) 65 11 (13) -L42 MOOD FOR MISCHIEF (26)(B) J Bennett 6 8 12....... Jane Elliott 63 12 (11) 5401 DANCING MASTER (26)(CD,A)(P) R Teal 3 8 4.........G Rooke (3) 56 13 (4) 0560 TELEFINA (32) A West 3 8 4.............................................J Haynes 50 LONG HANDICAP: Mood For Mischief 8-11, Telefina 8-3. Star Betting: 4 Tinsmith, 9-2 Flying Standard, 7 Scheherazade, Dancing Master, 8 Mood For Mischief, Thematic, 10 Robeam, 12 Alambrista, 14 others. 2020: Uncle Bernie 10 9 5, James Sullivan 20-1 (Sarah Hollinshead), drawn (3), 13 ran. STARFORM: ROBEAM Danger: Thematic number one FOR RACING Ballintubber Boy Alramz Fort De L’Ocean Hard To Forget Pillar Of Steel Movethechains Early Morning Dew GOING: GOOD TO SOFT, GOOD IN PLACES GARY HILL STAG DO SELLING HURDLE Class 5 (8 flights) 2m (6 runners) £2,342 1 2442 FORT DE L’OCEAN (13)(D,G,S)(P,T) O Greenall 6 11 2........C Nichol 113 2 6F-0 HUMANISTE (153)(D2,G) M Young 6 11 2........................DOUBTFUL 3 2226 AL KHERB (38)(D,G) J J Quinn 6 10 12............................. A Coleman 114 4 PU- LOGAN’S CHOICE (181) N Lampard 6 10 12...................... C Ring (3) — 5 L-60 FAST DEAL (F26) M Chapman 4 10 11..............Miss H C Tucker (7) 91 6 4243 SPLINTER (27)(V*) A Hales 4 10 11............................Lilly Pinchin (5) ★124 7 -564 TELEKINETIC (F45) A Carroll 6 10 5................................H Bannister 102 Star Betting: 13-8 Splinter, 15-8 Al Kherb, 9-4 Fort De L’Ocean, 20 Telekinetic, 50 Logan’s Choice, Fast Deal. 2020: Authorizo 5 10 12, Ross Turner(5) 11-4 (O Greenall), 8 ran. STARFORM: AL KHERB Danger: Fort De L’Ocean 3.30 JASON HEAVEY Broughtons Flare No Diggity Barca (nap) Dubai Hope Hasty Sailor Emblem Empire Symbol Of Light Nacho 6.30 HANDICAP CHASE Class 4 (15 fences) 2m 5f (9 runners) £3,594 1 40-L ONE FORTY SEVEN (166)(CD2,G,S) N Twiston-Davies 9 11 12............Mr Z Baker (3) 126 2 1311 MR MAFIA (2)(G,S)(P) M Keighley 12 12 4(6ex).................DOUBTFUL 3 P51- HARD TO FORGET (198)(G,S) Henry Oliver 8 11 11......... P Brennan 122 4 62L- WAIKIKI WAVES (189)(G,S)(P*) G L Moore 8 11 9....... Jamie Moore 127 5 331- NIGHTFLY (201)(C,G)(P,T) C Longsdon 10 11 8............... A Coleman 123 6 -0P3 KING ALFONSO (78)(C,G,S)(P) R Curtis 12 11 7......... A Cheleda (7) 118 7 6-2P MAKKA PAKKA (23) Dr R Newland 8 11 6......................C Hammond 122 8 1232 ROMANOR (11)(CD,C,G,S) Seamus Mullins 7 11 5......D Sansom (3) ★128 9 5232 SHENTRI (16)(BF,G,S)(B*,T) D Skelton 4 11 4....... Bridget Andrews 125 10 P-02 TAKE EM OUT (56)(C,G)(T) D Burchell 9 10 0.................... C Ring (3) 112 LONG HANDICAP: Take Em Out 9-12. Star Betting: 11-4 Shentri, 4 Nightfly, 9-2 Hard To Forget, 5 Romanor, 10 Makka Pakka, 12 others. 2020: Templehills 9 11 12, Jack Savage(7) 6-1 (N Twiston-Davies), 10 ran. STARFORM One Forty Seven 16-1 (11-1) Chased leaders, hit 6th, ridden along approaching 3 out, soon beaten, 6th of 7, 40l behind Psychedelic Rock (11-7) at Kempton 3m hcp chs 0-135 (3) gd in May. Waikiki Waves 4-1 (11-8) In rear, reminders 7th, pushed along and headway next, lost touch 10th, struggling 13th, 4th of 5, 20l behind Polydora (11-7) at Chepstow 3m hcp chs 0-120 (4) gd in Apr. Shentri 2-1fav (11-2) Jumped well, led, 3 lengths clear 3 out, ridden and pressed next, headed narrowly flat, ran on, 2nd of 5, nk behind Fat Sam (11-10) at Warwick 2m 4f hcp chs 0-120 (4) gd in Sep. Nightfly 15-2 (11-12) Close up, headway to go prominent 5th, led 3 out, ridden and ran on, won at Stratford 2m 3f hcp ch 0-110 (4) gd in Mar beating Jarlath (11-6) by 4½l, 7 ran. Hard To Forget 16-1 (11-0) Mid-division, chased leaders before 6 out, ridden 4 out, jumped into lead 3 out, went clear before last, heavily eased down, easily, won at Uttoxeter 3m hcp chs 0-120 (4) gd in Apr beating Lord Getaway (10-9) by 8l, 9 ran. Romanor 4-1 (11-7) Held up in last, headway 9th, went 2nd 3 out, pushed along before 2 out, ridden before last, kept on well, no impression, 2nd of 7, 4½l behind Larch Hill (11-12) at Huntingdon 2m 4f hcp chs 0-115 (4) gd. Makka Pakka 3-1 (11-9) Chased leaders, not fluent 3rd, went 2nd after 9th until before 11th, weakened before 4 out, pulled up before 3 out, in a race won by O Connell Street (11- 7) at Perth 2m 4f hcp chs 0-120 (4) gs in Sep, 5 ran. King Alfonso 7-1 (11-7) Held up behind leaders, closed 7th, went 2nd next until 2 out, no extra last, 3rd of 5, 16l behind Sir Tivo (11-0) at Bangor-on-Dee 2m 1f hcp chs 0-120 (4) gs in Jul. STARFORM: ONE FORTY SEVEN Danger: Waikiki Waves 4.05 MARES’ HANDICAP HURDLE Class 4 (8 flights) 2m (9 runners) £3,159 1 L51- DIAMOND GAIT (F151)(CD,D,G,S)(P,T) K Bailey 8 11 12.......D Bass 125 2 1-55 ORDERED LIVES (18)(D2,G) F O’Brien 6 11 8.................. P Brennan 123 3 L225 MARIA MAGDALENA (46)(D2,G,S) A Hales 5 11 4.........H Bannister 124 4 1LR1 CRYSTAL GAZING (16)(G)(T) N Henderson 6 11 3........... A Coleman 121 5 1220 SOLSTALLA (16)(CD,D4,G)(P) D Weston 9 11 2............. Page Fuller ★126 6 P2-1 WHISPERING GYPSY (16)(D,A,G)(H) D Skelton 6 11 1........................ ..................................................................................... Bridget Andrews 118 7 1-32 WILDERNESS (129)(G) Seamus Mullins 6 11 0.............D Sansom (3) 121 8 1141 PILLAR OF STEEL (45)(D4,G)(P) J Spearing 6 11 0.... Jamie Moore 120 9 41L- TRIPLE NICKLE (F14)(S)(P) B J Llewellyn 5 10 10......R Williams (3) 121 Star Betting: 11-4 Whispering Gypsy, 4 Pillar Of Steel, 9-2 Crystal Gazing, 6 Diamond Gait, 10 Others. 2020: Diamond Gait 7 11 12, David Bass 10-3 (K Bailey), 8 ran. 5.00 5.30 6.00 6.30 7.00 7.30 8.00 8.30 STAR TIP Broughtons Flare Bearwith Scheherazade Dubai Hope The Trader Emblem Empire Symbol Of Light Dark Side Prince CAZOO FILLIES’ HANDICAP Class 4 6f (7 runners) £4,590 1 (1) 3333 RESTLESS ENDEAVOUR (6)(D4,A,G,S) M Appleby 4 9 10 R Kingscote 86 2 (4) 4211 ARAMIS GREY (18)(CD,D3,A,G) R Guest 4 9 10......C Shepherd 86 3 (6) 2225 CRAZY LUCK (30)(D2,F,G,S) B Millman 3 9 8..............R Coakley ★89 4 (7) D14L ALGHEED (30)(A) M Loughnane 3 9 6..............................L Morris 88 5 (2) 341 DUBAI HOPE (14)(C,A)(P*) S bin Suroor 3 9 4....... S Cherchi (3) 82 6 (5) L3L0 AMOR DE MI VIDA (16)(D,G,S)(P) A Watson 3 9 2......C Bennett 87 7 (3) 1206 AUNT AGATHA (22)(G) K Ryan 3 8 13..............................N Callan 87 Star Betting: 13-8 Dubai Hope, 5-2 Aramis Grey, 5 Restless Endeavour, 8 Crazy Luck, 12 Aunt Agatha, 14 Others. 2020: Melodic Charm 3 9 10, P J McDonald 7-2 Fav (J Tate), drawn (4), 12 ran. STARFORM: ARAMIS GREY Danger: Aunt Agatha 7.00 HANDICAP Class 3 1m 4f (8 runners) £6,019 1 (4) 52-0 FOX VARDY (28)(D,G) M Meade 5 9 12.........................R Dawson 89 2 (5) 6043 THE TRADER (30)(D,G) M Johnston 5 9 11................. D Costello 98 3 (6) -321 HASTY SAILOR (84)(D2,A)(T) Sir M Stoute 4 9 7.....R Kingscote 94 4 (1) 1413 PATIENT DREAM (20)(G,S) R Beckett 3 9 5.................. H Crouch 92 5 (2) -630 NIBLAWI (16)(G,S) A West 9 9 0.................................. T P Queally ★100 6 (8) 310L IMPERIAL SUN (28)(CD,A)(P*,T*) J & T Gosden 3 9 0....................R Havlin 92 7 (7) 3202 ONESMOOTHOPERATOR (26)(A) D M Simcock 3 8 11.............C Shepherd 93 8 (3) 30LL CENTRAL CITY (26)(C2,D,A,G,S)(P) I Williams 6 8 10............B Furniss (7) 97 Star Betting: 9-4 Hasty Sailor, 4 Onesmoothoperator, 5 Patient Dream, 6 The Trader, Imperial Sun, 7 Fox Vardy, 25 Niblawi, Central City. 2020: Here And Now 6 9 12, Rossa Ryan 16-1 (R Beckett), drawn (6), 6 ran. STARFORM The Trader 6-1 (9-10) Led, ridden and headed over 1f out, rallied to lead again entering final furlong, headed towards finish, 3rd of 6, ½l behind Pleasant Man (9-4) at Yarmouth 1m 6f hcp 0-100 (2) gd in Sep. Fox Vardy 12-1 (10-2) Tracked leaders, led over 9f out, headed over 2f out, weakened over 1f out, 7th of 10, 7l behind Frontispiece (9-1) at Newbury 1m 4f hcp 0-90 (3) gd in Sep. Hasty Sailor 9-2 (9-5) Tracked leaders, closed up 4f out, pressed leader over 3f out, led and ridden over 2f out, stayed on well final furlong, won at Newcastle 1m 4f hcp 0-95 (3) in Jul beating Second Slip (10-0) by ¾l, 6 ran. Onesmoothoperator 5-1 (9-5) Keen towards rear, headway over 1f out, not clear run approaching final furlong, switched left, ridden and ran on, 2nd of 8, 1l behind Basilicata (9-8) at Wolverhampton 1m 4f hcp 0-80 (4) in Sep. Patient Dream 4-1 (9-3) Tracked leaders, pushed along over 2f out, ridden to chase leader 2f out, kept on one pace, 3rd of 7, 4l behind Champagne Piaff (9-3) at Epsom Downs 1m 2f hcp 0-95 (3) gd in Sep. Imperial Sun 11-1 (9-3) Mid-division, ridden and struggling over 2f out, soon well beaten, last of 10, 30l behind Frontispiece (9-1) at Newbury 1m 4f hcp 0-90 (3) gd in Sep. STARFORM: THE TRADER Danger: Fox Vardy STARFORM 7.30 in association with NOVICE STAKES Class 5 1m 1f 104yds (13 runners) £3,510 1 (12) 21 EMBLEM EMPIRE (25)(A)(T) J & T Gosden 3 9 9........... R Havlin 79 2 (9) ATACAMA DESERT(T*) Sir M Stoute 3 9 2................R Kingscote — 3 (6) L CAVALLO GRIGIO (37) W Kittow 3 9 2...........................S W Kelly — 4 (4) 3 MASTER OF COMBAT (47) K Frost 3 9 2...................... T Whelan ★82 5 (5) 56 MOTARAJJA (148) M Tregoning 3 9 2.......................... D Costello 73 6 (13) 0 RACE CARD (141)(H*) D M Simcock 3 9 2................C Shepherd 73 7 (3) 6 SHIP TO SHORE (54) P Chamings 3 9 2........................ H Crouch 29 8 (10) 5 TRAILA (175) Sir M Stoute 3 9 2.................................... D Muscutt 81 9 (7) 44 VIRGO (20) C Fellowes 3 9 2......................................... S Donohoe 68 10 (2) QUIET PRIDE (J365)(H*) M Herrington 5 9 1...............R Winston — 11 (1) FAMOUS STAR(T*) S & E Crisford 3 8 11..........................N Callan — 12 (11) 5 MY JEANIE RAI (10) P McEntee 3 8 11.........Grace McEntee (5) 66 13 (8) L SWISS MAGIC (24) A Wintle 3 8 11..............................T Heard (5) — Star Betting: 11-8 Emblem Empire, 9-2 Atacama Desert, 7 Traila, 8 Master Of Combat, Famous Star, 10 Motarajja, 14 Virgo, Race Card, 33 others. 2020: Aim For The Stars 3 8 11, P J McDonald 13-2 (J Tate), drawn (8), 10 ran. STARFORM: EMBLEM EMPIRE Danger: Atacama Desert 8.00 CAZOO NOVICE STAKES (GBB RACE) Class 5 2YO 1m 1f (10 runners) £3,510 1 (5) 51 MAJESTIC FIGHTER (32)(CD,A) R Charlton 9 9......R Kingscote 82 2 (10) 5 ARMY GENERAL (50) J & T Gosden 9 2.......................... R Havlin 80 3 (6) 0 AT THE DOUBLE (11) Sir M Prescott 9 2.........................L Morris 47 4 (2) CYNICAL POINT S & E Crisford 9 2...................................N Callan — 5 (9) 02 GLIDING BAY (15) I Mohammed 9 2..............................R Dawson 83 6 (7) 06 PRINCE OF PERSIA (44)(P*) T Dascombe 9 2.......... Jane Elliott 58 7 (1) 3 SYMBOL OF LIGHT (23) C Appleby 9 2........................R Winston ★94 8 (3) 5 TRAVESURAS (43) C Fellowes 9 2............................... S Donohoe 64 9 (4) 04 VIADELAMORE (44) J Ferguson 9 2............................. D Muscutt 72 10 (8) 50 BEAUTIFUL COLOUR (37) S bin Suroor 8 11.............. D Costello 76 Star Betting: 5-4 Symbol Of Light, 2 Majestic Fighter, 8 Cynical Point, 12 Gliding Bay, 14 Beautiful Colour, Army General, 20 Viadelamore, 33 Travesuras, 66 others. 2020: Noman 9 5, Callum Shepherd 11-4 (H Palmer), drawn (11), 12 ran. STARFORM: GLIDING BAY Danger: Majestic Fighter 8.30 Diamond Gait 10-3 (11-12) Not jump well and went left at times, in rear after 1st, mistake 3rd, headway when mistake last, stayed on, led close home, won at Stratford 2m (4) gd in Oct ‘20 beating Getariver (11-13) by 1l, 8 ran. Pillar Of Steel 11-8fav (10-11) Chased leaders, went 2nd before 3 out, led approaching 2 out, driven clear flat, won at Uttoxeter 2m (4) gd in Sep beating See The Sea (11-2) by 6l, 4 ran. Whispering Gypsy 2-1fav (10-12) Not fluent, tracked leader, led 3 out, clear when hit next, ridden out, won at Warwick 2m mares NH nov hdl (4) gd in Sep beating Cup Of Coffee (10-12) by 3l, 7 ran. Crystal Gazing 14-1 (10-9) Close up, every chance 2 out, ridden to lead approaching last, ridden out, won at Warwick 2m 5f hcp hdl 0-125 (3) gd in Sep beating Breaking Waves (11-11) by 1l, 8 ran. Ordered Lives 9-1 (11-5) Behind, some headway before 2 out, weakened between last two, 5th of 10, 11l behind Jamacho (11-2) at Worcester 2m hcp hdl 0-120 (4) gs in Sep. Wilderness 4-1 (11-5) Disputed lead, led after the 5th, upped tempo run to 4 out, ridden and pressed after 2 out, mistake last, soon headed and no extra, 2nd of 3, 9l behind Blue Sans (10-12) at Fontwell 2m 3f mrs nov hdl (4) gd in Jun. Maria Magdalena 5-1 (11-5) Chased leader until ridden home turn, chased leaders, weakened last, 5th of 7, 11l behind Henry Sellers (11-0) at Hexham 2m 4f hcp hdl 0-120 (4) gd in Aug. Solstalla 12-1 (10-13) Towards rear, headway 4 out, ridden and weakened 2 out, 7th of 8, 19l behind Crystal Gazing (10-9) at Warwick 2m 5f hcp hdl 0-125 (3) gd in Sep. STARFORM: DIAMOND GAIT Danger: Pillar Of Steel 4.40 PHILIP SMITH HANDICAP CHASE Class 5 (17 fences) 2m 7f (10 runners) £2,505 1 -2P6 O’GRADY’S BOY (61) G Hanmer 10 12 6...........Miss Immy Robinson (7) 99 2 0231 REBEL LEADER (24)(S)(T) Dr R Newland 7 11 12..................C Hammond 99 3 65F1 MARINERS MOON (13)(G) Mrs C Bailey 10 11 6............................. D Bass 99 4 F-P5 ORCHESTRATED (17)(D,G)(B) M Young 10 11 5.............................. J Best 101 5 -LL5 LOUGH SALT (102)(G,S) P Winks 10 11 3...................Tabitha Worsley (5) 95 6 -04P FACT FLOW (121)(G,S)(P) D Burchell 12 11 1.............................C Ring (3) ★103 7 004- MOVETHECHAINS (186)(S) G L Moore 7 11 0......................Jamie Moore 36 8 -520 CHEER’S DELBOY (15)(P) R Dickin 8 11 0........................... L Murtagh (3) — 9 3-PP LARCADIO (14)(T) P Henderson 8 10 10..................................N Scholfield 102 10 500P L’ES FREMANTLE (21)(G) M Chapman 10 10 0........Miss H C Tucker (7) 96 Star Betting: 13-8 Rebel Leader, 3 Movethechains, 7-2 Mariners Moon, 12 Fact Flow, Larcadio, 16 Lough Salt, 20 O’grady’s Boy, Cheer’s Delboy, 33 others. 2020: Bogoss Du Perret 9 10 9, Bryony Frost 17-2 (J Frost), 15 ran. STARFORM: LOUGH SALT Danger: Rebel Leader 5.15 FEMALE JOCKEYS’ HANDICAP HURDLE Class 5 (8 flights) 2m (9 runners) £2,342 1 16L5 PATEEN (15)(G)(V) J Bedi 9 11 12...............................Miss J Bedi (7) 107 2 3064 GENEVER DRAGON (18)(G)(B*) D McCain 4 11 10............................... ...................................................................................Miss A McCain (5) ★109 3 -323 SARCEAUX (127) Alexandra Dunn 4 11 7......................... Page Fuller 104 4 00-3 AMELIA’S DANCE (29)(H) R Walford 6 11 6.......Tabitha Worsley (5) 102 5 55L/ TAQWAA (F40)(H) L Morgan 8 11 6....................... Katie O’Farrell (5) — 6 0/P- STICKY SITUATION (270)(P*,T) T Vaughan 10 11 5........Mrs Jo Buck (7) — 7 -005 SAMMEO (138)(P*,T*) K Bailey 4 11 3.................... Bridget Andrews 97 8 LL-2 EARLY MORNING DEW (13) P Niven 5 10 11...........Lilly Pinchin (5) 103 9 -302 HEY BOB (31)(D2,G,S)(T) O Murphy 9 10 4........Miss A Stevens (7) 103 Star Betting: 7-2 Early Morning Dew, 4 Sammeo, 5 Amelia’s Dance, 6 Hey Bob, 7 Pateen, 8 Sarceaux, Genever Dragon, 12 Taqwaa, 20 Sticky Situation. STARFORM: HEY BOB Danger: Sarceaux GOING: STANDARD PLACEPOT FirST SIX RACES FREE TIPS ON ATTHERACES.COM HANDICAP Class 6 5f (10 runners) £2,700 1 (7) 5031 BRAZEN BELLE (12)(C,D,A,G) D O’Meara 3 9 10 R Kingscote 71 2 (1) 2501 THE GLOAMING (5)(D2,S) I Jardine 3 9 8(6ex).............J Gormley 69 3 (2) 1325 DARK SIDE PRINCE (32)(D3,A)(P) Jessica Macey 4 9 6 T Hammer Hansen 72 4 (9) 512L TOPLIGHT (21)(CD2,A)(B) C Banham 3 9 6....................J Haynes 71 5 (4) 4062 RED WALLS (16)(CD,A) L Williamson 3 9 5................. D Costello 71 6 (3) 0221 NACHO (12)(CD2,A)(T) D McCain 3 9 4.............................D Nolan ★74 7 (5) 4335 GLAMOROUS FORCE (35)(BF,D3,G) R Harris 4 9 3..... T Whelan 73 8 (6) 4530 BILLY DYLAN (12)(D4,G,S)(P) Suzzanne France 6 8 7 F McManoman (3) 66 9 (8) L406 RED STRIPES (22)(D12,A,G)(V) L Williamson 9 8 7 R Dawson 61 10 (10) L-60 GIZZA JOB (12)(B) M Mullineaux 3 8 7........................T Heard (5) 52 LONG HANDICAP: Billy Dylan 8-6, Red Stripes 8-6, Gizza Job 8-6. Star Betting: 9-4 Brazen Belle, 9-2 The Gloaming, 6 Nacho, 7 Glamorous Force, Red Walls, 8 Dark Side Prince, 10 Toplight, 14 Billy Dylan, 25 others. 2020: Smokey 3 9 2, William Carson 13-2 (C Wallis), drawn (10), 9 ran. STARFORM: BRAZEN BELLE Danger: Red Stripes

StarForm KEMPTON (tomorrow) JASON HEAVEY Impulsive One Light N Strike Tulin Mercian Prince (nap) Silver Streak The Composeur (trb) Zafar 1.00 NAAS (tomorrow) 1.10 IRISH STALLION FARMS EBF FILLIES MAIDEN 2YO 6f (18 runners) €8,304 1 (8) 320 BROSTAIGH (16) J P O’Brien 9 2............................. MP Sheehy (5) ★92 2 (11) 0 CAILIN SAOIRSE (11) P Byrne 9 2....................................G M Ryan 54 3 (16) 0 CARNA BLUE (9) D Bunyan 9 2............................Jamie Powell (7) 40 4 (12) 0 EL VALLE (56) Kevin Prendergast 9 2.................................G Halpin 64 5 (1) ENJOYMYSLIPSTREAM A Oliver 9 2................................ R Whelan — 6 (9) 0 HELEDD (7) Joseph G Murphy 9 2..................................G F Carroll 42 7 (17) 4462 KARKIYNA (31)(P) J P Murtagh 9 2..................................B M Coen 89 8 (13) 0 KNOCKLANE LASS (11) G M Lyons 9 2........................ C T Keane 57 9 (5) L00 MYMACUSHLA (23) P Martin 9 2.................................C D Maxwell 71 10 (14) 0 SCEOLAN (50)(V*) W McCreery 9 2......................................W J Lee 59 11 (4) 44D SIESTA BEACH (11) M O’Callaghan 9 2.......................... L F Roche 88 12 (3) SLOANSTAR J Davison 9 2.............................................W M Lordan — 13 (6) 5 SOLAR BREEZE (22) S Lavery 9 2..................................... R Colgan 74 14 (7) L40 TIA DALMA (21)(P*) F Oakes 9 2............................ N M Crosse (3) 73 15 (18) TRINIDAD LADY K Cotter 9 2...................................... D McDonogh — 16 (15) 40 TRUE HORIZON (29)(T*) J S Bolger 9 2..................... K J Manning 88 17 (2) 035 UN BACIO ANCORA (44) E & P Harty 9 2.......................C D Hayes 83 18 (10) 5 UPBEAT (109) J Harrington 9 2............................................. S Foley 74 Star Betting: 9-4 Brostaigh, 4 Karkiyna, 9-2 Siesta Beach, 7 True Horizon, 10 Un Bacio Ancora, 12 Upbeat, 14 Knocklane Lass, 16 Solar Breeze, 20 others. 2020: Elizabethan 9 2, Seamie Heffernan 10-3 (A P O’Brien), drawn (13), 18 ran. STARFORM: BROSTAIGH DANGER: Upbeat 1.40 TIFRUMS IRISH EBF (C & G) MAIDEN 2YO 6f (11 runners) €8,304 1 (3) BALLINCREA BUD K Purcell 9 5....................................S M Crosse — 2 (4) 3 EL MAGNIFIQUE (18) M O’Callaghan 9 5....................... L F Roche 77 3 (1) L GUN DOG (151)(B*) M O’Callaghan 9 5...............................W J Lee 22 4 (10) 3L0 KIRSAPP (11) G M Lyons 9 5........................................... C T Keane ★81 5 (5) 0 LUCKY SAN JORE (112) J Harrington 9 5........................... S Foley 80 6 (2) 0 MAN IS KING (19) S Byrne 9 5................................ N G McCullagh 39 7 (9) MORNING SOLDIER T Mullins 9 5..................................... R Colgan — 8 (7) PEARLE D’OR D K Weld 9 5.............................................C D Hayes — 9 (11) SHUR LOOKIT J McConnell 9 5.................................D W O’Connor — 10 (6) TAMAZU Fergal Birrane 9 5................................................G M Ryan — 11 (8) 0 THE DAZZER (8) P Martin 9 5....................................R Whearty (7) 22 Star Betting: 9-4 Pearle D’or, 3 El Magnifique, 7-2 Kirsapp, 6 Lucky San Jore, 14 Gun Dog, Morning Soldier, 16 Shur Lookit, 20 Tamazu, 25 others. 2020: Power Under Me 9 5, Colin Keane 16-5 (G M Lyons), drawn (8), 16 ran. STARFORM: PEARL D’OR DANGER: El Magnifique 2.15 JUVENILE HURDLE (GBB RACE) Class 3 (8 flights) 3YO 2m (4 runners) £5,991 1 11 IMPULSIVE ONE (12)(D,G)(H,T) N Henderson 11 8.................D Jacob ★121 2 1 KNIGHT SALUTE (19)(S)(H) M Harris 11 4..................... M Bastyan (3) 117 3 PAINLESS POTTER (F45) A King 10 12................................ T Bellamy — 4 RHEBUS ROAD (F24) O Sherwood 10 12...............................J J Burke — Star Betting: 5-6 Impulsive One, 3 Knight Salute, 9-2 Painless Potter, 8 Rhebus Road. 2020: Overpriced Mixer 10 12, Nico De Boinville 7-4 (N Henderson), 8 ran. STARFORM: IMPULSIVE ONE DANGER: Knight Salute 1.30 NOVICES’ HANDICAP CHASE (GBB RACE) Class 4 (13 fences) 2m 2f (5 runners) £4,357 1 41PL BALLINSKER (20)(G) E Williams 6 11 12..................................A Wedge 110 2 0-14 PENCREEK (27)(G)(T) B Pauling 8 11 11....................Luca Morgan (5) — 3 33-2 LIGHT N STRIKE (167) E Lavelle 5 11 10............................. T Bellamy — 4 -332 ISOLATE (91)(G,S) A King 5 11 9.............................................J J Burke 126 5 4-52 NAIZAGAI (11)(S)(P,T) F O’Brien 4 10 7.............................. M Kendrick ★127 Star Betting: 9-4 Light N Strike, 3 Ballinsker, 4 Naizagai, 9-2 Isolate, 5 Pencreek. 2020: Fairway Freddy 7 11 6, James Davies 9-2 (N Gifford), 7 ran. STARFORM: NAIZAGAI DANGER: Isolate 2.05 NOVICES’ HURDLE (LISTED) Class 1 (8 flights) 2m (4 runners) £12,529 1 0-1L BALKO SAINT (33)(S) Mrs J Williams 4 11 4............ Chester Williams 133 2 P1-1 COBBLERS DREAM (26)(D,G)(H,T) B Case 5 11 0...............J J Burke 128 3 0013 HAMMERSMITH (25)(G)(B,T) J Nash (IRE) 5 11 0..... Jonjo O’Neill Jr ★135 4 11-4 TULIN (165)(BF,D2,G,S)(T) P Nicholls 4 10 13.......................H Cobden 129 Star Betting: 7-4 Tulin, 11-4 Hammersmith, 3 Balko Saint, 4 Cobblers Dream. 2020: Mrs Hyde 7 10 7, Nico De Boinville 15-2 (B Ellison), 5 ran. STARFORM Cobblers Dream 11-8fav (10-12) Held up in 5th in chasing group, closer at 4th, led before 2 out, clear between last 2, easily, won at Warwick 2m nh nov hdl (4) gd in Sep beating Gms Prince (10-12) by 7l, 9 ran. Balko Saint 8-1 (10-7) Effort to join leaders halfway, faded from 3 out, last of 7, 28l behind Dexter (10-7) at Clairefontaine(FR) 2m 2f 4yo chs hvy in Sep. Tulin 10-11fav (11-4) Tracked leader, ridden and no impression after 3 out, 4th of 10, 29l behind Trailboss (11-0) at Newton Abbot 2m 1f nh nov hdl (3) gd in May. Hammersmith 16-1 (11-0) Led, pushed along approaching straight, soon joined and headed, one pace, 3rd of 7, 13l behind Off Your Rocco (11-7) at Listowel 2m nh nov hdl gd in Sep. STARFORM: COBBLERS DREAM DANGER: Balko Saint neil randon Siesta Beach El Magnifique Tut Tut Emaniya Miss Florentine It’s Snowing Verhoyen Zawara 1.00 1.30 2.05 2.40 3.15 3.50 4.25 1.10 1.40 2.15 2.50 3.25 4.00 4.35 5.05 PLACEPOT FirST SIX RACES STAR TIP Impulsive One Pencreek Balko Saint Goa Lil Sceau Royal (nap) Wye Aye Cardboard Gangster STAR TIP Karkiyna Lucky San Jore Eurocrat Oodnadatta Silent Performance Princess Rajj Sounds Of Spring Barrington Court GOING: YIELDING, Good in places IRISH EBF AUCTION SERIES RACE FINAL 2YO 7f (19 runners) €64,286 1 (14) 0344 SNAPIUS (26)(D,G) J P O’Brien 9 7................................ MP Sheehy 90 2 (9) 0042 THREEBAGSFULL (35)(G) J P Murtagh 9 7......................S B Kelly 93 GOING: GOOD, Good to firm in places 2.40 3 (3) 2314 NECTARIS (62)(D,G) J Harrington 9 6......................S T McCullagh 91 4 (13) 423L CHICAGO SOLDIER (22) J P Murtagh 9 5.......................B M Coen 97 5 (6) 062 DE VEGA’S WARRIOR (8)(T) J P O’Brien 9 5................S M Crosse 81 6 (15) 351 EUROCRAT (31)(CD,G) J Harrington 9 5...................... N M Crosse 93 7 (1) 0161 TUT TUT (26)(D) J Harrington 9 2......................................... S Foley 95 8 (8) 3L52 JOE MASSERIA (8)(B*) N Meade 9 1................................ R Whelan 89 9 (2) 634 SEEINGISBELIEVING (22)(BF) M Mulvany 9 1..............G F Carroll 94 10 (7) 2042 BUTTERFLY ISLAND (54)(B*) D K Weld 9 0.......................W J Lee 95 11 (10) 13 GISELLES AUSIE (22)(G) G Cromwell 9 0....................... L F Roche 95 12 (4) 112L MALAYAN (36)(D2,G) D K Weld 9 0............................ K J Manning 98 13 (19) 2 CORPORAL VIOLETTE (31) G M Lyons 8 12................ C T Keane 92 14 (18) 3123 CAPITULATION (10)(G) A McGuinness 8 10....................G M Ryan 90 15 (11) 64 LADY OF INISHFREE (36) N Meade 8 10.......................C D Hayes ★105 16 (5) 3524 CHESTNUTTER (8)(BF) N Meade 8 8...........................W M Lordan 99 17 (16) 02L0 NAWRAQ (24)(B*) Kevin Smith 8 13.................................. RESERVE 88 18 (12) 600L GABBYS GIRL (21)(B*) T Mullins 8 8................................ RESERVE 84 19 (17) 0 FAIRY STONE (22) N Meade 8 10..................................... RESERVE 72 Star Betting: 4 Lady Of Inishfree, 6 Giselles Ausie, Chicago Soldier, 7 Threebagsfull, 8 others. 2020: Ecliptical 9 3, Colin Keane 9-2 (G M Lyons), drawn (16), 16 ran. STARFORM: THREEBAGSFULL DANGER: Malayan 2.50 EBF GARNET STAKES (LISTED) Class 1 1m (18 runners) €25,446 1 (3) 5512 FICTITIOUS LADY (18)(D,G)(V) W McCreery 4 9 5..... N M Crosse 88 2 (6) 2501 MAUD GONNE SPIRIT (8)(D,S)(P) J Harrington 4 9 5 N G McCullagh 101 3 (1) 6101 PLUM PERFECT (13)(D,A,S) D Hogan 5 9 5............ J M Sheridan 91 4 (18) 0446 ROCKET SCIENCE (13)(G)(T) J P O’Brien 4 9 5........... MP Sheehy 106 5 (17) 3403 ROYAL CANFORD (26)(S)(V) W McCreery 5 9 5............. L F Roche 102 6 (13) 41 AWHILE (27)(G) A P O’Brien 3 9 2............................. J A Heffernan 90 7 (2) -L00 ELYSIUM (19) N Meade 3 9 2............................................C D Hayes 104 8 (8) 0362 EMANIYA (29)(BF,D,G) D K Weld 3 9 2........................... C T Keane 106 9 (12) 1155 EMPHATIC ANSWER (13)(D2,G,S) J P O’Brien 3 9 2..S M Crosse 98 10 (10) 00L0 FRIENDLY (7)(D,G) A P O’Brien 3 9 2............................W M Lordan 102 11 (4) 0520 HIMALAYAN BEAUTY (27)(BF,D,G) J Harrington 3 9 2.... C Hoban 91 12 (14) 16L6 MARTINIQUE (11)(D,S) A P O’Brien 3 9 2....................M C Hussey 95 13 (9) 1126 MODDY PODDLE (29)(D,G,S)(T) S Lavery 3 9 2.............. R Colgan 104 14 (5) 5101 MOTHER COUNTRY (46)(CD,G) W McCreery 3 9 2...........W J Lee 97 15 (16) 45L5 NEPTUNE ROCK (19)(G) J P O’Brien 3 9 2............. M A Gallagher 105 16 (7) 4353 OODNADATTA (19)(G)(P) J Harrington 3 9 2........................ S Foley ★109 17 (15) 15 RIVER EDEN (23)(D,A)(T) J P O’Brien 3 9 2............... D McDonogh 104 18 (11) 0300 THINKING OF YOU (52)(S) J P O’Brien 3 9 2....................G Halpin 100 Star Betting: 4 Oodnadatta, 11-2 Emaniya, 7 River Eden, 8 Awhile, 10 Elysium, Rocket Science, Emphatic Answer, 12 others. 2020: Parent’s Prayer 3 9 2, Ben Coen 12-1 (A Watson), drawn (15), 14 ran. STARFORM: AWHILE DANGER: Emphatic Answer 3.25 HANDICAP CHASE Class 3 (13 fences) 2m 2f (6 runners) £7,624 1 1032 MERCIAN PRINCE (34)(CD,C2,G,S)(B,T) A Murphy 10 11 11............... J Quinlan ★142 2 L-UP VERSATILITY (156)(G) Mrs D O’Neill 7 11 7........................Page Fuller 110 3 41P- FAIRWAY FREDDY (176)(CD,G) N Gifford 8 11 3......... Tabitha Worsley (5) 138 4 22U3 TIKKINTHEBOX (20)(D,G,S)(T) J Scott 9 11 2..................B Carver (3) 140 5 12P- MASTER WORK (200)(D2,G,S)(P) P Hobbs 8 11 2............T J O’Brien 141 6 3121 GOA LIL (25)(G,S) N Twiston-Davies 5 11 0..............S Twiston-Davies 139 Star Betting: 11-8 Mercian Prince, 4 Goa Lil, 9-2 Master Work, 7 Fairway Freddy, 8 Versatility, 10 Tikkinthebox. STARFORM Goa Lil 10-3 (11-12) Awkward start, soon led, clear after 3 out until 2 out, driven out, won at Perth 2m 4f hcp hdl 0-120 (4) gs in Sep beating Dalileo (10-10) by 1¾l, 6 ran. Master Work 5-2 (11-8) Chased leaders, niggled along 9th, not fluent and last 11th, weakened well before 4 out, pulled up before last, in a race won by Evander (12-0) at Ludlow 2m 4f hcp chs 0-130 (3) gd in Mar, 4 ran. Mercian Prince 7-2 (11-5) Jumped right, led, clear 3rd until 8th, ridden after 4 out, headed towards finish, 2nd of 5, ½l behind Leapaway (11-5) at Worcester 2m hcp chs 0-150 (2) gd in Sep. Fairway Freddy 18-1 (10-10) Held up and behind, hit 2nd, pushed along and weakened before 3 out, tailed off and pulled up before next, in a race won by Belargus (10-9) at Sandown 2m 4f nov chs (2) gd in Apr, 8 ran. Versatility 4-1 (10-8) Not fluent, in rear on outside, mistake 4th, pushed along after 11th, hit next, behind 12th, pulled up before 3 out, in a race won by Burbank (11-2) at Aintree 3m 1f hcp chs 0-145 (2) gd in May, 8 ran. STARFORM: GOA LIL DANGER: Master Work 3.15 PLACEPOT FirST SIX RACES HURDLE (LISTED) Class 1 (8 flights) 2m (4 runners) £22,780 1 153- SCEAU ROYAL (176)(D5,G,S) A King 9 11 6............................D Jacob 163 2 166- SILVER STREAK (192)(CD3,D5,G,S) E Williams 8 11 6.........A Wedge ★167 3 LL-P ALEATORIC (F10)(B*) Martin Smith 5 11 0........................ N Scholfield — 4 142- TEQANY (F35)(D3,G)(T) F O’Brien 7 11 0..............................P Brennan 160 Star Betting: 10-11 Silver Streak, 11-8 Sceau Royal, 13-2 Teqany, 100 Aleatoric. 2020: Silver Streak 7 11 4, Tom O’Brien 9-2 (E Williams), 6 ran. STARFORM Sceau Royal 3-1 (11-7) Chased leading pair on inside, went left 9th, pushed along and went left again 2 out, stayed on same pace, never any chance with leading duo, 3rd of 7, 16l behind Greaneteen (11-7) at Sandown 1m 7f chs G1 (1) gd in Apr. Silver Streak 14-1 (11-7) In touch in mid-division, closed 7th, ridden after 3 out, outpaced and no impression on leaders from next, 6th of 11, 8l behind Abacadabras (11-7) at Aintree 2m 4f hdl G1 (1) gs in Apr. Teqany 16-1 (11-0) Held up tracking leaders, pushed along and went 3rd before 2 out, stayed on into 2nd run-in, no chance with winner, 2nd of 6, 8l behind Sceau Royal (11-0) at Wincanton 1m 7f hdl G2 (1) gd in Nov. Aleatoric 14-1 (11-7) Behind, not fluent and reminders 5th, tailed off from 8th, pulled up before 4 out, in a race won by Pinnacle Peak (11-3) at Southwell 3m hcp hdl 0-100 (5) gd in Jun, 9 ran. STARFORM: SCEAU ROYAL DANGER: Silver Streak APPRENTICE HANDICAP (45-75) 1m 2f (19 runners) €8,036 1 (2) 2005 INSIGNIA OF RANK (24)(D,G,S) Joseph G Murphy 6 10 2 Tom Kiely Marshall (2) 78 2 (18) 3600 DANCE EMPEROR (30)(D,G) Peter Fahey 6 9 12........ H J Horgan 77 3 (3) 4211 MISS FLORENTINE (22)(G) R O’Sullivan 4 9 11.............R Whearty 73 4 (8) 0021 SILENT PERFORMANCE (44)(D,G)(P) D Hogan 4 9 10......... D King (2) 79 5 (13) 6635 SUPERSHOCK (110)(T) S Lavery 3 9 10............................Jamie Powell 74 6 (14) 1602 PRIME CHIEF (15)(D2,G) J P Fahey 6 9 8..............................J Coen (2) 75 7 (4) -111 SEQUOIASPIRIT (72)(G,S) R Hackett 4 9 8................. Conor Clarke (2) 78 8 (7) 0010 DUSTY WINDS (19) P J F Murphy 6 9 6...................Julie McDonald (2) 72 9 (19) 4000 GHUMAMA (15)(P) D Hogan 3 9 6..........................................Izzy Clifton 76 10 (1) 5000 LADY GEORGIE (15)(D) J McConnell 4 9 6.................. C McConnell (2) ★80 11 (16) 2114 TEN TEN TWENTY (15)(BF,D,S) John Murphy 3 9 6...............S Bird (4) 75 12 (12) 00LL SAYWHATYOUWANT (29) J Davison 3 9 4................................. W Joyce 71 13 (17) 4430 SUMMIT STAR (29)(T) S Lavery 3 9 4...............................J J G Ryan (4) 77 14 (6) 5314 EVERGREEN AND RED (29)(BF,D,G) N Meade 3 9 3......J Kearney (4) 74 15 (15) -LL0 KATZOFF (J16) J Morrison 4 9 3.............................Nikita Amelia Kane 43 16 (10) 0005 LEABALAND (33)(A)(B) M Halford 4 9 0.....................Kieran Moody (4) 76 17 (5) 0244 RACY LACEY (3) G M Lyons 3 8 10................................... RESERVE 78 18 (9) 5450 ANGEL’S TRUMPET (17)(S)(B) Peter Fahey 4 9 0........... RESERVE 76 19 (11) 0050 CHUMMIE (52)(G) T M Walsh 3 8 9................................... RESERVE 77 Star Betting: 4 Miss Florentine, 9-2 Sequoiaspirit, 5 Silent Performance, 7 Insignia Of Rank, 8 Prime Chief, Evergreen And Red, 12 Ten Ten Twenty, Leabaland, 14 others. STARFORM: DANCE EMPEROR DANGER: Silent Performance DS1ST number one FOR RACING 3.50 4.00 NURSERY HANDICAP 2YO 6f (9 runners) €16,071 1 (4) 4105 ADMIRAL D (92)(BF,D,S) M O’Callaghan 10 3..............J Coen (10) 75 2 (9) 533 MESSA CONCERTATA (72) Joseph G Murphy 9 10......G F Carroll 78 3 (7) 006 BOBBY DASSLER (22) E & P Harty 9 7...........................C D Hayes 74 4 (2) 4513 IT’S SNOWING (27)(D,A) J Harrington 9 7........................... S Foley 76 5 (3) 310L HOT SUNSET (27)(D)(P*,T) Joseph Murray 9 6.............. Joe Doyle 76 6 (1) 34 PULSE OF POPPY (9) K Cotter 9 2.......................... MP Sheehy (5) 74 7 (8) 6600 TOMMORAH (31) R O’Sullivan 8 13..................... J M Sheridan (3) 75 8 (6) 0436 PRINCESS RAJJ (22) J Harrington 8 12......................... C T Keane ★81 9 (5) L0L6 BEAU AMIR (45)(V*) A McGuinness 8 6.......................W M Lordan 69 LONG HANDICAP: Beau Amir 8-5. Star Betting: 9-4 It’s Snowing, 4 Admiral D, 9-2 Messa Concertata, 6 Pulse Of Poppy, 7 Princess Rajj, 10 Bobby Dassler, 16 Hot Sunset, 20 Beau Amir, 33 Tommorah. 2020: Wood Ranger 9 10, Nathan Crosse(5) 15-8 Fav (W McCreery), drawn (4), 10 ran. STARFORM: MESSA CONCERTATA DANGER: It’s Snowing 4.35 EQUISOFTLIVE HANDICAP 6f (17 runners) €8,304 1 (6) 4000 NEBO (8)(D,G,S)(V) T Hogan 6 10 6...................................B M Coen 89 2 (1) 1020 VERHOYEN (8)(D4,A,G)(B) M C Grassick 6 9 10................W J Lee 100 3 (2) 465L DREAM TODAY (9)(D3,G)(T,V) A McGuinness 6 9 9....... R Whelan 96 4 (15) -L00 NORDIC PASSAGE (112)(CD,D,A,G)(T) J F Levins 6 9 7 G F Carroll 89 5 (8) 0235 BIG BABY BULL (22)(G,S)(P,T) D Hogan 5 9 6... J M Sheridan (3) 96 6 (4) 0610 BLAIRMAYNE (35)(CD,C,D3,G) N Lupini 8 9 6.................... S Foley 99 7 (3) /3-L BRUSHWORK (22)(D3,A) J F Levins 5 9 3...............D W O’Connor 53 8 (11) 0045 DILAWARA (7)(D) J P O’Brien 4 9 3............................. D McDonogh 100 9 (10) 3604 ROUGH DIAMOND (7)(BF,D,S) E Lynam 4 8 13...... MP Sheehy (5) 101 10 (7) 0505 SHABAABY (18)(D3,S)(P) J F Levins 6 8 13................... C T Keane 96 11 (14) 64-L HUDDLE UP (102)(D,S)(V*) W McCreery 3 8 12.... N M Crosse (3) 98 12 (9) 4210 HEAVENLY POWER (35)(D,S) E Lynam 3 8 11...............C D Hayes 95 13 (13) 4201 SOUNDS OF SPRING (11)(D2,S)(T) K J Condon 4 8 11 N G McCullagh 98 14 (16) L130 TEXAS ROCK (7)(C2,D2,G,S)(P) M C Grassick 10 8 11 W M Lordan 102 15 (12) 6604 HALF NUTZ (9)(CD2,D,G,S) S Lavery 4 8 9.................A J Slattery 98 16 (17) 0554 GEGENPRESSING (11)(G)(T) E & P Harty 3 8 8.............. L F Roche ★103 17 (5) 0005 NOT NOW ZEB (7)(C,D,G) T Mullins 4 8 8...................... Joe Doyle 98 Star Betting: 11-2 Sounds Of Spring, 6 Rough Diamond, 7 Dilawara, 8 Big Baby Bull, 10 Gegenpressing, Heavenly Power, 12 Verhoyen, Half Nutz, 14 others. 2020: No corresponding race. STARFORM: BLAIRMAYNE DANGER: Texas Rock 5.05 HANDICAP CHASE Class 4 (18 fences) 3m (5 runners) £4,357 1 -L01 WYE AYE (24)(D3,G,S)(H) P Kirby 6 11 8................... J Williamson (5) 128 2 31-L HAWK’S WELL (164)(BF,G)(P) E Lavelle 7 11 5.................... T Bellamy 130 3 641F THE COMPOSEUR (86)(D,G,S) Jonjo O’Neill 6 11 3.. Jonjo O’Neill Jr 127 4 5111 MISTER TICKLE (16)(G,S)(B,T) G L Moore 7 11 3....N F Houlihan (5) 127 5 -21L EBONY GALE (33)(BF,G,S)(P*,T) P Hobbs 7 11 0..............T J O’Brien ★131 Star Betting: 2 Mister Tickle, 11-4 The Composeur, 4 Hawk’s Well, 5 Wye Aye, 6 Ebony Gale. 2020: Pontresina 7 11 11, Jonathan Burke 3-1 Fav (O Sherwood), 8 ran. STARFORM Wye Aye 12-1 (11-7) Behind, closed before 12th, outpaced 4 out, left 2nd after 3 out, stayed on, challenged flat, led towards finish, won at Perth 3m hcp chs 0-120 (4) gs in Sep beating Lex Talionis (10-9) by hd, 5 ran. Ebony Gale 4-6fav (11-0) Chased sole rival, jumped left at times and not as good as rival, ridden to challenge final bend, soon held, well beaten from 2 out, last of 2, 31l behind Mr Mafia (11-2) at Fontwell 3m 2f hcp chs 0-120 (4) gs in Sep. Mister Tickle 5-6fav (11-8) Chased leaders, led 4th, not fluent 15th, went clear approaching 3 out, ridden and reduced advantage before last, stayed on flat, won at Fontwell 3m 2f cond hcap ch (4) gs beating Marble Moon (11-1) by 5l, 5 ran. The Composeur 7-2 (11-12) Chased leaders, jumped right at times, disputing 2nd from 12th until fell 13th, in a race won by No No Maestro (10-13) at Uttoxeter 3m nov hcp chs 0-120 (4) gd in Jul, 5 ran. Hawk’s Well 7-4fav (11-11) Held up towards rear, not fluent 7th, pushed along before 9th, ridden and no impression 12th, steady headway under pressure from 4 out but never troubled leaders, 4th of 9, 6l behind Haul Away (11-8) at Worcester 2m 7f nov hcp chs 0-120 (4) gd in May. STARFORM: WYE AYE DANGER: Ebony Gale 4.25 NOVICES’ HURDLE (GBB RACE) Class 4 (10 flights) 2m 5f (5 runners) £4,084 1 1213 ZAFAR (18)(BF,D,G)(P*) D McCain 6 11 12............. Miss A McCain (5) ★119 2 -232 CARDBOARD GANGSTER (32)(P,T) D J Jeffreys 6 10 12....................S Twiston-Davies 118 3 306- GALA DE CORTON (220) P Nicholls 5 10 12.........................H Cobden — 4 36- GENTLEMAN VALLEY (231) B Pauling 5 10 12....................C Deutsch — 5 WILD WILBUR E Lavelle 5 10 12............................................. T Bellamy — Star Betting: 2 Zafar, 3 Cardboard Gangster, 7-2 Gala De Corton, 5 Gentleman Valley, 6 Wild Wilbur. 2020: Sunrise Ruby 6 10 12, Nico De Boinville 1-2 Fav (N Henderson), 6 ran. STARFORM Gala De Corton 11-2 (11-4) Led narrowly, ridden entering home straight, soon headed, weakened over 1f out, 6th of 12, 14l behind Go Dante (11-4) at Wincanton 1m 7f NH flat (5) sft in Mar. Zafar 16-5fav (11-7) Mid-division, ridden 3 out, no impression on leaders but kept on for third run-in, 3rd of 7, 4l behind Hillview (10-0) at Bangor-on-Dee 2m 7f hcp hdl 0-120 (4) gd in Sep. Cardboard Gangster 5-2 (10-12) Tracked leader early, led after 1st, disputed lead before 4th, led again after 6th, pushed along over 3 out, over length ahead under 2 out, pressed when edged left and hampered rival before last, headed flat and kept on, 2nd of 4, ½l behind Zafar (11-0) at Kelso 2m 5f nh nov hdl (4) gd in Sep. Gentleman Valley 11-2 (11-4) Pressed leader, dropped back with circuit to run, , 6th of 8, 19l behind Brave Kingdom (11-4) at Fontwell 2m 2f NH flat (5) gs in Feb. Wild Wilbur Presenting gelding out of Kon Tiky. STARFORM: GALA DE CORTON DANGER: Zafar EBF BLUEBELL STAKES (LISTED) Class 1 1m 4f (17 runners) €25,446 1 (16) 1422 THUNDER KISS (36)(D2,A) G M Lyons 4 9 13.............. C T Keane 106 2 (15) 1-54 BARRINGTON COURT (65)(CD2,D,S) J Harrington 7 9 8 S Foley ★109 3 (13) -206 FLOR DE LA LUNA (148)(D,S) J Harrington 4 9 8.............W J Lee 103 4 (14) 5040 LADY ANNER (29)(P,T) J Harrington 4 9 8.......................B M Coen 99 5 (12) 1133 MERROIR (40)(D,G,S) J P O’Brien 4 9 8........................S M Crosse 96 6 (17) 0512 PINEAPPLE EXPRESS (35)(D,S) A Slattery 4 9 8.......A J Slattery 100 7 (4) 5010 SASTA (11)(G,S)(P) J S Bolger 4 9 8........................... K J Manning 90 8 (5) 0-61 TASHI (138)(D) S Lavery 4 9 8............................................ R Colgan 90 9 (9) 0104 ZAWARA (36)(C,G) D K Weld 4 9 8...................................C D Hayes 107 10 (10) 4040 CECELIA CLEMENTINE (24)(S) Kevin Prendergast 3 9 3........G Halpin 83 11 (2) 4340 HIGH HEELS (71)(G)(B) A P O’Brien 3 9 3........................J A Heffernan 101 12 (7) 4300 LOVELY ESTEEM (29)(A) J P O’Brien 3 9 3.......................D McDonogh 98 13 (1) 2401 PAPPINA (40)(D,G)(P) J Harrington 3 9 3....................................C Hoban 79 14 (11) 3150 SWEET MOLLY MALONE (67)(G) A P O’Brien 3 9 3......E J McNamara 87 15 (3) 41 VENICE BIENNALE (140) John Murphy 3 9 3................. R Whelan 85 16 (8) 002L WOODLAND GARDEN (35)(G) A P O’Brien 3 9 3........W M Lordan 96 17 (6) L00L PEMPIE (59)(D,A,G)(T) E & P Harty 5 9 8......................... RESERVE 78 Star Betting: 3 Barrington Court, 9-2 Thunder Kiss, 5 Zawara, 10 High Heels, Flor De La Luna, 12 Woodland Garden, Lovely Esteem, 16 others. 2020: Barrington Court 6 9 8, Shane Foley 15-8 Fav (J Harrington), drawn (13), 14 ran. STARFORM: ZAWARA DANGER: Pineapple Express ■HAT-TRICK BID: Silver Streak has won at Kempton for the past two years Saturday, October 16, 2021 in association with WORTH STICKING WITH A SILVER WINNING STREAK Hat-trick hunter SILVER STREAK (3.15) gets the vote in Kempton’s Listed Unibet 3 Uniboosts A Day Hurdle. The smart grey has taken the past two renewals and his backers will return in his bid to make it three. Evan Williams’ pride and joy set a new track record when coming home six-and-a-half lengths to the good 12 months ago. The previous year he was also well in command – and he holds all the aces despite the presence of quality hurdler Sceau Royal. COBBLERS DREAM (2.05) is backed to follow up a taking debut for connections in the Unibet Extra Place Offers Every Day Novices’ Hurdle. Under Jonathan Burke, the son of Yeats impressed with the way he put distance between himself and the pack at Warwick. He powered towards the line from the final flight, so the SUNDAY SERVICE Melissa Jones batters the bookies step up in grade should not faze him at a similarly flat course. In-form Philip Hobbs has MASTER WORK (2.40) prepped for the Unibet New Instant Roulette Handicap Chase. The eight-year-old took advantage of a sliding handicap mark at Taunton in December. Just 2lb higher now, his previous success came off the same mark in 2019. The experienced chaser goes well fresh and conditions are likely to suit. At Sedgefield, race-fit COUNTISTER (4.40) tackles the Cavellos Italian Steakhouse Gin & Cocktail Bar Handicap Hurdle. Nicely weighted, she should get a decent tow into this under Richie McLernon with a repeat of recent tactics. 9

CORK (tomorrow) SEDGEFIELD (tomorrow) 1.45 HANDICAP CHASE (GBB RACE) Class 3 (16 fences) 2m 3f (5 runners) £5,882 1 212- MINELLA DRAMA (190)(G,S)(H) D McCain 6 11 8............ T Gillard (5) — 2 1111 MINELLA TRUMP (24)(G,S) D McCain 7 11 0....................... B Hughes 148 3 0/0- DOWNTOWN GETAWAY (252)(S) P Bowen 8 10 10................S Bowen — 4 3F-2 BARON DE MIDLETON (165)(S) B Ellison 8 10 3..................H Brooke ★150 5 55-0 CHALLOW (169) V Thompson 7 10 3..................................... T Dowson 99 LONG HANDICAP: Baron De Midleton 9-13, Challow 6-7. Star Betting: 11-8 Minella Trump, 7-4 Minella Drama, 5 Downtown Getaway, 6 Baron De Midleton, 100 Challow. 2020: No corresponding race. STARFORM Minella Trump 15-8fav (10-10) Led until after 1st, chased leader, led again before 3 out, stayed on well, won at Perth 2m 4f Novice Limited Handicap Chase (4yo+) (3) gs in Sep beating Pay The Piper (11-6) by 3l, 6 ran. Baron De Midleton 16-5 (11-12) Chased leaders, jumped left and not much room 2nd, went 2nd after 5th, not fluent 4 out, no impression before last, 2nd of 5, 7l behind Do Not Disturb (11-2) at Kelso 2m 7f nov hcp chs 0-120 (4) gd in May. Minella Drama 12-1 (11-4) Mid-division on outside, closed 6th, slightly hampered 4 out, 2nd 3 out, not fluent 2 out, no impression on winner before last, pressed for 2nd flat, kept on, 2nd of 12, 10l behind My Drogo (11-4) at Aintree 2m 4f nov hdl Grade 1 (1) gs in Apr. Downtown Getaway 16-1 (10-9) Towards rear, slight mistake 6th, ridden into 11th 2 out, soon no extra and weakened, 14th of 22, well behind Maze Runner (9-8) at Leopardstown 3m hcap hdle in Feb. STARFORM: MINELLA TRUMP d: Baron De Midleton 2.20 JUVENILE MAIDEN HURDLE Class 4 (8 flights) 3YO 2m 1f (7 runners) £4,084 1 BEN ASKER (F219) Paul Robson 10 12..................................C Bewley — 2 DRUMFIRE S Corbett 10 12.................................................Craig Nichol — 3 2 GENUFLEX (11)(T) M Harris 10 12.......................................K Jones (3) ★117 4 GREAT COMMISSION (F32) B Haslam 10 12................... R McLernon — 5 LUCY RULES (F60) M Sowersby 10 5........................... A Anderson (7) — 6 SHAMROCK WINE (F26) B Ellison 10 5.............................O Brown (5) — 7 SISU (F101) S Corbett 10 5.................................................... S Coltherd — Star Betting: 4-7 Genuflex, 5 Great Commission, 10 Shamrock Wine, 12 Sisu, 14 Ben Asker, 16 Drumfire, 20 Lucy Rules. 2020: Gold Desert 10 12, T Dowson 9-2 (O Greenall), 8 ran. STARFORM: GENUFLEX DANGER: Great Commission 2.55 CONDITIONAL JOCKEYS’ HANDICAP CHASE Class 5 (17 fences) 2m 5f (8 runners) £2,505 1 2LL4 VOCALISER (18)(D,G,S)(P,T) O Murphy 9 12 3..................L Stones (6) 112 2 L453 CAGE OF FEAR (30)(S) Christian Williams 7 11 12..............J Tudor (3) 111 3 3543 ZUCKERBERG (96)(S) J Candlish 5 11 12............................. K Buckley ★113 4 P4/2 BILL AND BARN (15)(S) M Harris 10 11 6.................................K Jones 106 5 -546 THE DARLEY LAMA (19)(P,T) Justin Landy 7 10 7.......P Coleman (7) 82 6 L2UL LIGHT BULB (11)(V*) N Mechie 8 10 1......................... Jack Hogan (7) 105 7 PP44 ZEN MASTER (19)(G) M Sowersby 9 10 0.................... A Anderson (3) 104 8 6653 ELIXER (19) F Murtagh 8 10 0.................................................L Murtagh 105 Star Betting: 3 Bill And Barn, 4 Cage Of Fear, 9-2 Vocaliser, 5 The Darley Lama, 7 Zuckerberg, 10 Zen Master, 12 Light Bulb, Elixer. 2020: Honourmission 6 10 8, Lewis Stones(3) 13-2 (S England), 14 ran. STARFORM: CAGE OF FEAR DANGER: Vocaliser 3.30 HANDICAP CHASE (GBB RACE) Class 2 (24 fences) 3m 5f (9 runners) £14,308 1 P212 HEWICK (15)(G)(P) J J Hanlon (IRE) 6 11 12......... Shane Fenelon (7) 141 2 415- SILVA ECLIPSE (197)(C,S) Sue Smith 8 10 13..........................R Mania 143 3 463- BRIAN BORANHA (224)(CD,G,S)(T) P Niven 10 10 6............C Bewley 146 4 12F- CLASSIC ESCAPE (253)(G,S)(P) Dr R Newland 8 10 6....... L Edwards 144 5 1R2- MANWELL (187)(C,G,S)(T) S England 11 10 6...................... J England 144 6 3312 MONTANNA (39)(C,G,S) P Bowen 7 10 2.................................S Bowen 145 7 -236 BAFANA BLUE (133)(G,S)(T) M Barnes 10 10 2................ R Chapman ★147 8 P0L3 RED GIANT (41)(CD,G)(V) J Candlish 10 10 0................. Sean Quinlan 141 9 3-L4 YOUNG TURK (13)(G,S)(P,T) A Sadik 10 10 0.............. A Anderson (7) 135 LONG HANDICAP: Red Giant 9-11, Young Turk 8-12. Star Betting: 11-4 Hewick, 9-2 Montanna, 5 Classic Escape, 6 Silva Eclipse, 7 Manwell, 8 Others. 2020: Red Giant 9 10 1, Sean Quinlan 16-1 (J Candlish), 12 ran. STARFORM Montanna 5-1 (11-5) Chased leaders, stayed 4th but lost ground 3rd, pushed along and effort 13th, outpaced next, rallied 16th, no impression on winner 3 out, went 2nd towards finish, 2nd of 6, 2¼l behind Friends Don’t Ask (10-11) at Uttoxeter 3m 2f hcp chs 0-125 (3) gd in Sep. Manwell 16-1 (11-12) Held up in last pair, closer in 5th 9th, chased leaders before 3 out, went 2nd and mistake 2 out, held when went right last, stayed on same pace run-in, 2nd of 7, 4l behind William Of Orange (11-4) at Southwell 3m hcp chs 0-120 (4) gd in Apr. Hewick 9-2 (11-0) Prominent behind clear leader, closed from 10th, effort and slight mistake 2 out, chased leaders in 3rd before last, 2nd closing stages and kept on well without quite reaching winner, 2nd of 8, ½l behind Tullybeg (11-5) at Gowran Park 3m hcp hdl. Classic Escape 10-1 (10-8) Held up towards rear, mistake 11th, fell 13th, in a race won by Mighty Thunder (10-12) at Musselburgh 4m 1f hcp chs 0-150 (2) sft in Feb, 11 ran. Silva Eclipse 13-2 (11-6) Mid-division, hit 8th, headway chasing leaders 14th, pushed along before 4 out, weakened 2 out, 5th of 11, 11l behind Innisfree Lad (11-2) at Haydock 3m 2f hcp chs (2) gd in Apr. Brian Boranha 13-2 (11-4) Just worse than midfield, niggled along and headway before 3 out, challenged for lead before last, lacked pace of front pair on the run-in, 3rd of 8, 2 1/2l behind Silva Eclipse (11-7) at Sedgefield 3m 2f hcp chs 0-130 (3) gs in Mar. Red Giant 9-2 (10-12) Chased winner, reminder after 10th, pushed along before 3 out, pushed along when went right and slightly hampered at at the last, hung right and lost 2nd run-in, plugged on, 3rd of 4, 2¾l behind Amalfi Doug (11-11) at Perth 3m hcp chs 0-130 (3) gd in Sep. STARFORM: MONTANNA DANGER: Manwell 4.05 MAIDEN HURDLE (GBB RACE) Class 4 (8 flights) 2m 1f (12 runners) £4,084 1 5 BALTIC BARON (F22) B Ellison 6 11 4................................. S Coltherd 92 2 4312 BARI BREEZE (20)(G) M Harris 6 11 4....................................... H Reed 113 3 JAMIH (F9)(T*) Miss T Jackson 6 11 4................................S Mulqueen — 4 PEARL WARRIOR (F42)(T*) I Jardine 5 11 4........................C O’Farrell — 5 0-U2 STORM LORENZO (16) R Menzies 6 11 4....................... Sean Quinlan ★116 6 0 COLLABORATING (22)(H*,T) P Neville (IRE) 4 11 3...... Shane Fenelon (7) 57 7 532 MINELLA PLUS (18) D McCain 4 11 3.................................... B Hughes — 8 WELL PLANTED (F28) J J Quinn 4 11 3............................Craig Nichol — 9 GLORYELLA (F26)(P*) B Rothwell 5 10 11...........................J Hamilton — 10 6-05 MISTY MANI (11) P Niven 6 10 11............................................C Bewley 105 11 FULBECK GIRL (F115)(T*) L Morgan 4 10 10.........................S Bowen — 12 SALSADA (F78) B Ellison 4 10 10.............................................H Brooke — Star Betting: 9-4 Salsada, 9-2 Pearl Warrior, 5 Bari Breeze, 6 Storm Lorenzo, 7 Minella Plus, 12 Baltic Baron, Well Planted, 14 Fulbeck Girl, 25 others. 2020: Lord Torranaga 5 10 12, T Dowson 11-2 (P Kirby), 12 ran. STARFORM: STORM LORENZO DANGER: Baltic Baron 4.40 HANDICAP HURDLE Class 3 (10 flights) 2m 4f (7 runners) £5,228 1 120- ZALVADOS (191)(S)(P,T) O Greenall 8 11 12...........................H Brooke — 2 442L BEACH BREAK (32)(CD,G)(B) D McCain 7 11 9................ T Gillard (5) 128 3 143- QUEST FOR LIFE (207)(D2,A,G,S)(P) M Walford 9 11 9....J Hamilton 128 4 -001 THE VOLLAN (82)(D2,G,S)(V) L Morgan 7 11 8.......................S Bowen 128 5 22P3 GORDON’S JET (19)(G) B Ellison 5 11 3................................ B Hughes 129 6 4-33 SAINT ARVANS (136)(G,S)(T) M Barnes 7 11 2......................C Bewley 128 7 4213 COUNTISTER (19)(G,S) B Haslam 9 10 5.......................... R McLernon ★130 Star Betting: 3 Gordon’s Jet, 7-2 Countister, 4 The Vollan, 6 Quest For Life, 7 Beach Break, 8 Zalvados, 10 Saint Arvans. 2020: Beach Break 6 11 7, T Gillard(7) 13-2 (D McCain), 13 ran. STARFORM Beach Break 11-1 (10-11) Tracked leaders, blundered 4th and next, ridden 3 out, weakened 2 out, 6th of 8, 37l behind Iolani (10-6) at Kelso 2m 5f hcp hdl 0-150 (2) gd in Sep. Countister 9-2 (11-7) Tracked leader, ridden 2 out, kept on one pace, 3rd of 12, 7l behind Just Call Me Al (11-5) at Sedgefield 2m 4f hcp hdl 0-110 (4) gs in Sep. Gordon’s Jet 15-8 (11-5) Led, ridden and headed after 2 out, kept on, lost second close home, 3rd of 9, 3 1/2l behind Rattle Owl (11-0) at Sedgefield 2m 4f nh nov hdl (4) gd in Sep. The Vollan 10-1 (11-5) Mid-division, closer 6th, chasing leaders when mistake 3 out, ridden before next, driven and stayed on gamely run-in, led close home, won at Worcester 2m 4f hcp hdl 0-120 (4) gd in Jul beating I’m So Busy (11-8) by ½l, 12 ran. STARFORM: BEACH BREAK DANGER: Countister 5.15 OPEN NH FLAT RACE Class 5 2m 1f (7 runners) £1,906 1 1- JUST PADDY’S BAND (204)(S) M Hammond 5 11 7.. Jack Hogan (7) 103 2 2-1 A DIFFERENT KIND (19)(CD,S) D McCain 4 11 6................. B Hughes ★117 3 P- BRAVEHEART (308) J Snowden 5 11 0................................G Sheehan — 4 3- FEARLESS ACTION (204) C Grant 5 11 0....................... Sean Quinlan 103 5 CERENDIPITY Sue Smith 4 10 13...............................................R Mania — 6 60 SPEEDY HOOVES (59) Sara Ender 4 10 13.......................... S Coltherd 88 7 34-4 GUIDEDBYTHESCIENCE (154)(T) G Boanas 5 10 7..............H Brooke 105 Star Betting: Evens A Different Kind, 9-2 Just Paddy’s Band, 6 Guidedbythescience, 8 Fearless Action, 10 Others. 2020: Dargiannini 5 10 12, Henry Brooke 11-8 Fav (H Whittington), 12 ran. STARFORM: A DIFFERENT KIND DANGER: Fearless Action 1.20 EBF AUCTION MAIDEN HURDLE (12 flights) 2m 4f 100yds (15 runners) €10,714 1 2422 CHICAGO TIME (27) M J Tynan 6 12 0.................................S O’Keeffe 115 2 2F- COCONUT TUDOR (199) G Kelleher 5 11 12.............. S FitzGerald (5) 100 3 0P- JOHNFFRENCHESFORGE (181) Ciaran Murphy 6 11 12.................. C J Orr — 4 03-6 MAHLERS DOLLAR (17) T O’Brien 7 11 12............................ J Gainford (5) 115 5 2233 ALEXHARWILL (9) L Young 6 11 10...................................................R Treacy 108 6 4230 BABYLON BEACH (23)(S) Ms Debbie Hartnett 6 11 10............. D L Queally 111 7 50UU FALCON PARK (44) P Hennessy 5 11 10.................................... D E Mullins 101 8 1 FRONTIER GENERAL (161) H De Bromhead 4 11 10.............D J O’Keeffe — 9 -2P0 HARDY BLOKE (16) Emmet Mullins 4 11 8.................................D Cleere (7) 40 10 4L50 KELLS PRIORY (27) Louise G Lyons 4 11 8...........................D P Holden (7) 96 11 00 TEN MINUTES (22) E McNamara 4 11 8.............................Jonathan Moore 57 12 230- FAMILY BUSINESS (354)(H) D Coffey 7 11 3............... C P McNamara 115 13 -420 MOLLYS GLORY (16)(S) M C Grassick 6 11 3...................... M P Walsh ★117 14 4054 WILL YOU WIN (16)(P,T) O McKiernan 6 11 3..................B Browne (3) 112 15 0 SHAMROR LASS (27) D Hogan 4 11 1.........................S A Mulcahy (7) 49 Star Betting: 5-2 Chicago Time, 7-2 Frontier General, 11-2 Mollys Glory, 6 Family Business, 10 Mahlers Dollar, 12 Coconut Tudor, Alexharwill, 14 Will You Win, Babylon Beach, 25 others. STARFORM: WILL YOU WIN DANGER: Mollys Glory 1.55 BETVICTOR IRISH EBF NOVICE HURDLE (13 flights) 3m (7 runners) €8,839 1 2-10 FAKIR D’ALENE (80)(G)(P) G Elliott 6 11 12...................J Gainford (5) 121 2 33-1 PERFECT ATTITUDE (17) G Elliott 5 11 12........................ B J Cooper 114 3 0253 THE DARA MAN (7)(G)(T) J P Ryan 6 11 12........................D E Mullins ★128 4 4434 DEDANANN (7)(BF,D) J P Ryan 7 11 6................................... T Ryan (5) 124 5 4504 BROOKS FALLS (37)(G,S) J P Ryan 8 11 5......................... L Dempsey 118 6 6401 KINGSTON RETREAT (9)(S) J Barcoe 6 11 5....................C A Landers 115 7 2104 SWEET STREET (7)(D,G) R J McGrath 6 11 5....................... I J Power 127 Star Betting: 11-4 Perfect Attitude, 3 The Dara Man, 5 Dedanann, 6 Kingston Retreat, 15-2 Brooks Falls, 8 Others. STARFORM: THE DARA MAN DANGER: Fakir D’alene 2.30 HANDICAP HURDLE (80-109) (13 flights) 3m (19 runners) €5,893 1 L321 LORD GILLYGOOLEY (17)(D)(B,T) M J Smith 6 12 0......... B J Cooper 109 2 L4FL ROCKY’S HOWYA (14) J Dullea 5 12 0........................ S FitzGerald (5) 112 3 0544 JETANGO (23)(T) K Purcell 5 11 13.......................................... D Meyler 101 4 0011 MULLAGHMORE WAVE (70)(G) J McConnell 6 11 13.............B Hayes 109 5 P35- SATIN SUN (211)(BF) J Dullea 7 11 12..................M M McDonagh (7) 113 6 10P2 SHE’STHERIGHTONE (51) D Cullen 8 11 12........................ D O’Regan 114 7 3366 DOUBLE JUBILEE (58) J P Ryan 7 11 10...........................D E Mullins 107 8 1503 NOT SO SIMPLE (14)(G,S) N Lee 7 11 9................................J J Slevin 110 9 4012 DALILEO (F10)(G)(P) J J Hanlon 6 11 8..............................J McGarvey 114 10 0L00 GETADAY (72)(T) T J Nagle Jr 8 11 8................................ D J O’Keeffe 101 11 L35F ROSE MILAN (14)(P,T) M Winters 7 11 8.......................D J McInerney 105 12 -654 SAEER (30)(P*,T) G Elliott 4 11 7.....................................J Gainford (5) 106 13 011P OSKAR HIGH (14)(BF,G)(P) N Lee 9 11 5................ Gavin Brouder (7) 108 14 4P6L CELTIC DANCER (7)(G)(P) E McNamara 8 11 1........... C P McNamara 112 15 L152 RULER OF DUBAI (17) L Young 7 11 1....................................R Treacy 117 16 L0P- TREASURE MOUNTAIN (379)(G) P J Rothwell 8 11 1.J P O’Sullivan (5) — 17 34F0 GOLDEN GLEN (23)(P,T*) J J Walsh 7 10 8........................ L Dempsey 112 18 0-L0 DRIMSREE LAD (14)(T) S Millar 10 10 2............ Aileen O’Sullivan (7) ★119 19 -00U TRIBELLE (41)(V*) J R Finn 8 10 2.....................................C A Landers 79 Star Betting: 7-2 Lord Gillygooley, 5 Mullaghmore Wave, 8 She’stherightone, Dalileo, 10 Saeer, 12 others. STARFORM: DALILEO DANGER: She’stherightone 3.05 FERMOY HANDICAP HURDLE (80-95) (12 flights) 2m 3f (23 runners) €5,357 1 0-02 LIGHTHOUSE LADY (14)(P) E Kent 5 12 0......................J Gainford (5) 101 2 25-5 MORE WINE LILLY (17) R J McGrath 6 12 0......................... I J Power 103 3 2F00 PRESENTING LAD (20) E Doyle 5 12 0.................... J P O’Sullivan (5) 102 4 4P-P ALL THE CHIMNEYS (166)(C,G,S)(P) L Flynn 12 11 12...........C Brassil (5) — 5 -2P0 RATHNALEEN TOU (28)(D,G) E McCarthy 7 11 12..............G B Noonan (7) 100 6 3416 FLEURYS FORT (9)(D,G)(P) L Young 11 11 11..................................R Treacy 101 7 040- KASHI (217) K Thornton 4 11 11............................................... D Meyler 73 8 /PS- ALL FOR NOTHING (F44)(V) R K Watson 8 11 9...........D McGrath (7) — 9 PL06 BUTO (17) J McConnell 4 11 9............................................. S D Torrens 89 10 -50L MUSICAL AVA (72)(G) J M Burke 9 11 9........................ M P Burke (5) 100 11 10-4 AN MARCACH (161)(P) D Donovan 7 11 8......................S W Flanagan — 12 -P02 APPIAN WAY (15) C O’Brien 5 11 8...................................... B J Cooper 97 13 30-P CRACK ON CORRIE (166)(D,S)(B) W J Austin 11 11 8......... M M McDonagh (7) 102 14 00P- THEBELLSOFSHANDON (292)(H) M F Morris 6 11 6........ J Hayes (7) 78 15 0/05 DREAMY LEAMY (94)(BF)(T) M McNiff 6 11 4..................C A Landers 100 16 50P0 INDIE BELLE (16) Robert Widger 4 11 4................................J J Slevin 87 17 046- ROBINDEVIDASTAR (292) P J Rothwell 6 11 4...............H Morgan (3) 100 18 0/30 SWISS COTTAGE (61)(T) K Thornton 6 11 2......................J McGarvey 84 19 P402 NO WAY PEDRO (17)(B) M Butler 7 11 0..................... S FitzGerald (5) ★104 20 0-PP CHURCH LANE (14) J J Walsh 6 10 13..........................A McCurtin (3) 77 21 0406 JUST A NORMAL DAY (14)(G,S)(B,T) C Murphy 11 11 10... RESERVE 95 22 05-6 TEMPTATIONINMILAN (22) C Byrnes 5 11 13...................... RESERVE 95 23 4560 ORCADIAN SYMPHONY (17) L Young 7 11 7........................ RESERVE 100 Star Betting: 4 No Way Pedro, 9-2 Appian Way, 6 Lighthouse Lady, 8 More Wine Lilly, Dreamy Leamy, 10 An Marcach, 12 Presenting Lad, 14 Musical Ava, 16 others. STARFORM: RATHNALEEN TOU DANGER: Fleurys Fort 3.40 BETVICTOR IRISH EBF NOVICE CHASE (14 fences) 2m 4f (3 runners) €9,911 1 0131 BLEU BERRY (27)(G,S) W P Mullins 10 11 12.....................D E Mullins ★144 2 66-1 COACH CARTER (28)(S)(H) G Elliott 5 11 12....................... D O’Regan 131 3 2213 BUSSELTON (14)(G,S) J P O’Brien 4 11 2..............................J J Slevin 140 Star Betting: 4-6 Bleu Berry, 11-4 Coach Carter, 4 Busselton. 2020: No corresponding race. STARFORM Bleu Berry 4-6fav (12-0) Disputed lead, headed after 4th, led again 8th, travelled well and asserted 2 out, pushed out and kept on well run-in, comfortably, won at Listowel 2m 1f beg chs in Sep beating Buddy Rich (12-0) by 3l, 8 ran. Coach Carter 14-1 (11-4) Tracked leaders, 2nd when stumbled after 6th, left in lead 8th, travelled well between final 2 and left clear early run-in, kept on well, won at Listowel 2m 1f nov chs 0-130 in Sep beating Gevrey (11-4) by 10l, 7 ran. Busselton 5-2 (10-8) Disputed until headed after 2nd, 3rd at 7th, slight mistake 9th, mistake 4 out and soon pushed along in 4th, left 3rd at next, soon ridden and no impression, pecked last, kept on one pace, 3rd of 6, 16l behind Gin On Lime (11-3) at Tipperary 2m 4f nov chs (1). STARFORM: BLEU BERRY DANGER: Coach Carter 4.15 HANDICAP CHASE (GRADE B) (12 fences) 2m 2f (10 runners) €21,429 1 142L ABBEY MAGIC (15)(CD,D2,G,S) H De Bromhead 10 11 10 S W Flanagan 149 2 1002 THE WEST’S AWAKE (57)(G)(B,T) E J O’Grady 10 11 7 D J McInerney 150 3 4451 BRIDGE NATIVE (12)(D2,G,S)(T) Ciaran Murphy 10 11 5 S FitzGerald (5) 150 4 022U POSEIDON (28)(BF,G,S) C Byrnes 7 10 9.............................S O’Keeffe 146 5 -024 ONE DOWN (27)(G,S)(P,T) G Elliott 6 10 4......................J Gainford (5) 151 6 1F1P GRANGE WALK (28)(D,G) J P Ryan 6 10 3.........................D E Mullins 148 7 5LF- HALSAFARI (217)(D,S)(P) L P Cusack 8 10 2...........................B Hayes 153 8 0103 KITTY GALORE (4)(G,S) J P Ryan 7 9 13............................ L Dempsey 143 9 1252 TURBO (11)(G)(T) J R Finn 8 9 12...................................... D J O’Keeffe ★154 10 51L5 RIPPON LODGE (12)(G)(T) J P Ryan 8 9 12...............P K Donovan (5) 138 LONG HANDICAP: Turbo 9-9, Rippon Lodge 9-1. Star Betting: 5-2 Bridge Native, 7-2 Abbey Magic, 5 Poseidon, 8 The West’s Awake, 10 Grange Walk, One Down, 12 Kitty Galore, 14 Turbo, 16 others. 2020: Abbey Magic 9 10 9, Rachael Blackmore 3-1 Fav (H De Bromhead), 8 ran. STARFORM One Down 10-1 (12-0) Tracked leaders, 3rd halfway, 2nd 3 out, pushed along approaching straight and 3rd 2 out, dropped to 4th at last, no extra, 4th of 8, 15l behind Bleu Berry (12-0) at Listowel 2m 1f beg chs in Sep. Abbey Magic 15-2 (10-12) Led, jumped right and bad mistake 1st, headed 5th and raced in 2nd, on terms before 8th, narrowly headed from 4 out, pushed along before straight, no extra approaching last, one pace, 3rd of 5, 14l behind Royal Rendezvous (11-5) at Gowran Park 2m 4f chs G2 (1) gd. Bridge Native 5-1 (11-5) Chased leader, slightly slow 3 out, closed and left in narrow lead 2 out, ridden after last, kept on well closing stages to assert inside final furlong, won at Galway 2m 2f hcap ch sft beating Espion Du Chenet (9-12) by 9l, 8 ran. Poseidon 5-2fav (11-4) Disputed lead, led from 2nd, 4 lengths clear when mistake and unseated rider 8th, in a race won by Coach Carter (11-4) at Listowel 2m 1f nov chs 0-130 in Sep, 7 ran. The West’s Awake 8-1 (11-6) Led, joined 5th, pushed along and headed 3 out, ridden and no impression before last, kept on same pace, 2nd of 9, 3l behind Batcio (10-3) at Killarney 2m 4f hcap ch gd in Aug. Grange Walk 10-3 (12-0) Towards rear, mistake 4th, slow 6th and detached in rear, soon pulled up, in a race won by Coach Carter (11-4) at Listowel 2m 1f nov chs 0-130 in Sep, 7 ran. Kitty Galore 15-2 (10-6) Led and clear, reduced lead 2 out, ridden and headed entering straight, soon ridden, kept on same pace in 3rd run-in, 3rd of 9, 4½l behind Mighty Meggsie (10-9) at Punchestown 2m mrs hcp hdl gd. Turbo 11-4 (11-13) Raced in last, slow jump 2nd, mistake 4th, headway to chase leaders 3 out, pushed along 2 out, pressed leaders and led after 2 out, ridden and headed before last, not pace of winner, 2nd of 7, 7l behind Northern Bound (10-11) at Sedgefield 2m 3f hcp chs 0-120 (4) gs. Halsafari 25-1 (10-2) Chased leaders, 5th halfway, closer in 3rd entering straight, soon challenged, disputed 2 out, ridden before last where fell, in a race won by Jacksons Gold (11-5) at Naas 2m 3f hcp hdl sft in Mar, 14 ran. Rippon Lodge 18-1 (9-7) Held up towards rear, slight mistake 7th, closer in 4th 4 out, ridden after 3 out, no impression before next, left moderate 3rd 2 out, slight mistake last, no extra entering straight, 5th of 8, 27l behind Bridge Native (11-5) at Galway 2m 2f hcap ch sft. STARFORM: ONE DOWN DANGER: Abbey Magic 4.50 BETVICTOR (PRO/AM) FLAT RACE 2m 3f (14 runners) €5,893 1 44-1 JOHNNY CIGAR (28) P F O’Donnell 5 12 2.......Miss M O’Sullivan (5) 101 2 1333 LAHINCH THREE (16)(G)(T*) Emmet Mullins 5 12 2...Mr P W Mullins 100 3 BALLYKEEFFE Louise G Lyons 5 11 9................. N T Prendergast (7) — 4 PPP6 KEEFFELEE (22) Miss J M Lee 7 11 9......................Mr M J O’Connor 87 5 -543 OLORD (25) E McCarthy 5 11 9......................................G B Noonan (7) 100 6 046 OUR DYLAN (16) P A Fahy 5 11 9......................................P Cawley (7) 91 7 0 SHAMROCK’N ROLL (29) J R Finn 6 11 9......................Mr P Lake (7) 36 8 4 SUSANS SENSATION (25) M J Smith 5 11 9............... Mr J Dunne (7) 94 9 23 ANOTHER CHOICE (27) M J Smith 4 11 8............................Mr J Codd ★102 10 141 COPPER NATION (14)(S) D Coffey 4 11 8...................... Mr D Allen (7) 94 11 0 LARASGETAWAY (20) T Townend 4 11 8..............Miss J Townend (5) 31 12 45 SUAIN NA DRAOICHT (22) C Byrnes 4 11 8.......... Mr R W Barron (7) 98 13 00 THE TOOTHPICKER (27) D Budds 4 11 8............ Mr J L Gleeson (7) 93 14 5P- REINE MACHINE (302)(T*) Jonathan Sweeney 6 11 2 Mr M J M O’Sullivan (7) — Star Betting: 7-2 Another Choice, 9-2 Olord, 11-2 Copper Nation, 13-2 Lahinch Three, 8 others. 2020: On Eagles Wings 6 12 2, Mr D T Hyde(7) 3-1 (T E Hyde), 10 ran. STARFORM: ANOTHER CHOICE DANGER: Olord JACKPOT AND PLACEPOT FirST SIX RACES JASON HEAVEY Minella Trump (nb) Genuflex Vocaliser Montanna Bari Breeze Countister A Different Kind STAR TIP Minella Trump (nb) Genuflex Bill And Barn Brian Boranha Storm Lorenzo Quest For Life A Different Kind GOING: GOOD 1.45 2.20 2.55 3.30 4.05 4.40 5.15 PLACEPOT FirST SIX RACES neil randon Frontier General Perfect Attitude Mullaghmore Wave An Marcach Coach Carter The West’s Awake Another Choice STAR TIP Mollys Glory Dedanann Lord Gillygooley Appian Way Busselton Bridge Native Copper Nation GOING: GOOD, Good to yielding in places 1.20 1.55 2.30 3.05 3.40 4.15 4.50 A - Ascot C - Catterick F - Ffos Las M - Market Rasen S - Stratford W - Wolverhampton Accidental Agent............. A 4.30 Adayar.............................. A 3.50 Addeybb........................... A 3.50 Admirality......................... C 2.30 Ainsdale............................ A 2.00 Al Aasy.............................. A 3.50 Al Kherb............................ S 2.55 Al Rufaa............................ A 4.30 Alambrista........................W 6.00 Albaflora........................... A 2.35 Alcohol Free..................... A 3.10 Aldaary.............................. A 4.30 Aldabra............................. C 1.20 Algheed............................W 6.30 Ali The Hunter...................F 2.50 Alkademon........................F 2.50 Alramz............................... S 2.20 Amarillo Sky......................F 4.35 Amelia’s Dance................ S 5.15 Amor de Mi Vida..............W 6.30 Aramis Grey.....................W 6.30 Army General...................W 8.00 Art Power......................... A 2.00 Ascot Day......................... S 2.20 At Poets Cross.................M 1.35 At The Double..................W 8.00 Atacama Desert...............W 7.30 Aunt Agatha.....................W 6.30 Aussie Rascal..................W 5.00 Autumn Flight.................. C 3.40 Azano................................ A 2.00 Baaeed.............................. A 3.10 Ballintubber Boy.............. S 1.45 Ballyandy...........................F 4.35 Ballyhawkish.....................F 5.40 Barca................................W 6.00 Barden Bella......................F 5.05 Baron Samedi.................. A 1.25 Bearwith...........................W 5.30 Beautiful Colour...............W 8.00 Beccaccino...................... S 1.45 Begoodtoyourself............M 3.55 Belle Na Bann...................F 1.40 Benbatl............................. A 3.10 Berkshire Rocco.............. A 1.25 Beyond The Clouds.........M 2.45 Billy Dylan.........................W 8.30 Bint Elmalek..................... C 1.20 Black Medick...................W 5.30 Blue Heather.....................F 1.40 Bollin Neil......................... C 4.50 Bolshoi Ballet................... A 3.50 Bossipop.......................... C 4.15 Brando.............................. A 2.00 Brazen Belle.....................W 8.30 Breaking Waves...............M 2.10 Broken Spear................... C 2.30 Broughtons Flare.............W 5.00 Bullion................................F 2.15 Cadzand............................F 4.00 Caius Marcius..................M 2.10 Calarules...........................F 2.50 Calico.................................F 4.35 Callisto’s King...................F 5.40 Captain Jameson............ C 4.15 Captain Tommy................M 3.20 Casablanca Mix...............M 3.20 Cavallo Grigio..................W 7.30 Central City......................W 7.00 Charle Brune....................M 3.55 Check My Pulse...............M 3.55 Cheer’s Delboy................ S 4.40 Chiavari............................W 5.00 Cilluirid.............................M 3.55 Coachella Green.............. S 2.20 Coase................................ C 2.30 Coffee Mehmas............... C 1.20 Copper Cove.....................F 5.40 Cordey Dancer..................F 1.40 Coriano Ridge..................M 4.25 Cormier..............................F 4.35 Count D’Orsay................. C 3.40 Cover Name..................... C 1.55 Crazy Luck.......................W 6.30 Creative Force................. A 2.00 Crystal Gazing................. S 4.05 Current Mood....................F 1.40 Cynical Point....................W 8.00 Czech Her Out..................F 3.25 Daawy............................... C 4.50 Dancing Master...............W 6.00 Dans Le Vent.....................F 4.35 Dark Defender................. C 4.15 Dark Shot......................... C 4.15 Dark Side Prince..............W 8.30 Dashing Roger................. A 4.30 Decorated.........................M 4.25 Defilade............................W 5.00 Destroyer..........................W 5.30 Diamond Gait................... S 4.05 Diego Du Charmil.............F 4.35 Dino Velvet.......................M 2.45 Dionysis............................M 1.35 Diva Dancer..................... C 1.55 Dobryn...............................F 4.35 Dolly McQueen................ S 2.20 Don Alvaro........................ S 1.45 Don’t Stop Now............... S 1.45 Dr Oakley.......................... S 2.20 Dragon Symbol................ A 2.00 Drash On Ruby.................F 1.40 Dubai Honour................... A 3.50 Dubai Hope......................W 6.30 Due Reward.....................M 3.20 Dutch Admiral.................. S 2.20 Dynamic Kate...................F 3.25 Earlofthecotswolds.........M 2.10 Early Morning Dew.......... S 5.15 Emblem Empire...............W 7.30 Emiyn................................ C 3.05 Escobar............................ A 4.30 Eshaada............................ A 2.35 Euchen Glen..................... A 3.50 Eye Knee.......................... C 3.05 Fact Flow.......................... S 4.40 Fair Star............................M 1.35 Fairlawn Flyer...................F 3.25 Famous Star.....................W 7.30 Fast Deal..........................M 1.35 Fast Deal.......................... S 2.55 File Illico............................F 2.15 First Charge.....................W 6.00 Flying Garry.......................F 2.15 Flying Standard................W 6.00 Foillan...............................M 1.35 Forgetmenever................ C 1.20 Fort De L’Ocean............... S 2.55 Fox Vardy..........................W 7.00 Foxes Tales...................... A 3.50 Frame Rate......................W 6.00 Francky Du Berlais..........M 3.20 Furzig................................ C 3.05 Galore Desassences..........M 1.35 Game Of War...................M 2.10 Genever Dragon.............. S 5.15 Gerritzen...........................M 1.00 Gizza Job..........................W 8.30 Glamorous Force.............W 8.30 Glen Shiel......................... A 2.00 Gliding Bay.......................W 8.00 Glimpse Of Gala..............M 1.00 Global Spirit..................... C 4.15 Glory And Fortune............F 4.35 Glory Fighter.................... C 3.40 Gortroe Joe......................M 3.20 Great Esteem................... C 3.05 Gustavus Weston............ A 2.00 Guy....................................M 3.20 Hackberry......................... C 4.50 Hamish.............................. A 1.25 Hang In There...................F 4.35 Happy Power................... A 2.00 Happy Romance.............. A 2.00 Hard To Forget................. S 3.30 Harde Fashion.................. S 1.45 Harry The Norseman....... S 2.20 Hashtag Val.......................F 1.40 Hasty Sailor......................W 7.00 Heat And Dust.................W 5.30 Hector’s Here...................M 1.35 Hey Bob............................ S 5.15 Highfield Princess........... A 2.00 Hoorayforhannah.............M 1.00 Humaniste........................ S 2.55 Imperial Eight................... C 1.55 Imperial Sun.....................W 7.00 In Rem...............................F 3.25 Indeed............................... A 4.30 Invite................................. A 2.35 Isle Of Lismore................ C 3.40 Jamil................................. C 4.50 Johan................................ A 4.30 Joyful Song.......................F 5.40 Just Got To Get On...........F 2.15 Justified............................ C 4.50 Kayf Taoi............................F 5.40 Keep Busy........................ A 2.00 Kenzai Warrior................. A 4.30 Kiera Royale......................F 5.05 Kilchreest Moon.............. S 2.20 King Alfonso.................... S 3.30 King Leonidas.................. A 4.30 Kingston King...................F 3.25 Kinross............................. A 2.00 L’Es Fremantle................. S 4.40 La Joconde...................... A 2.35 Lady Bowthorpe.............. A 3.10 Lady Hayes....................... A 2.35 Lady Samson...................M 4.25 Larcadio............................ S 4.40 Last Empire...................... A 2.00 Le Fils De Force...............M 4.25 Leading Choice.................F 5.40 Leoncavallo.......................F 4.35 Liam’s Lass......................W 5.00 Lily Glitters........................F 3.25 Litterale Ci........................M 2.10 Little Ted........................... C 3.05 Logan’s Choice................ S 2.55 Lord Glitters..................... A 3.10 Lord Oberon..................... C 2.30 Lord Torranaga................ C 4.50 Lough Salt........................ S 4.40 Luna Magic...................... C 3.05 Mac Swiney...................... A 3.50 Magical Morning.............. A 4.30 Majestic Fighter...............W 8.00 Major Jumbo.................... C 3.40 Makambe..........................W 5.00 Makka Pakka................... S 3.30 Malinas Island...................F 2.50 Maninsane........................M 1.35 Manintheshadows............F 2.50 Maria Magdalena............. S 4.05 Marie’s Diamond.............. A 4.30 Marilyn Monroe.................F 5.05 Mariners Moon................ S 4.40 Mario De Pail....................F 4.00 Martello Sky.....................M 2.10 Master Of Combat...........W 7.30 Master Of Reality............. A 1.25 Master Of Spin..................F 2.15 Master Of The Seas........ A 3.10 Masterdream.................... S 2.20 Matthew Flinders............. A 4.30 Mayway............................M 4.25 Militia................................ C 3.40 Minzaal............................. A 2.00 Miraculous Getaway.......M 3.55 Mishriff.............................. A 3.50 Miss Roulette................... C 4.50 Monsieur Lecoq................F 4.35 Montatham....................... A 4.30 Mood For Mischief..........W 6.00 Moonamacaroona...........M 1.00 Morando........................... A 1.25 Motarajja..........................W 7.30 Mother Earth.................... A 3.10 Movethechains................ S 4.40 Mr Dib Dab.......................W 5.30 Mr Mafia........................... S 3.30 Mr Muldoon......................M 3.20 Muscika............................ C 4.15 My Bonnie Lassie............ C 1.20 My Jeanie Rai..................W 7.30 Mystery Angel.................. A 2.35 Nacho...............................W 8.30 Nando Parrado................ A 2.00 Naughty Ana.................... C 1.55 Niblawi..............................W 7.00 Nicholas T........................ A 1.25 Nietzsche.......................... C 3.05 Nightfly............................. S 3.30 Njord................................. A 3.10 No Diggity........................W 5.30 Nordhalla.......................... C 1.20 Novis Adventus................ C 4.50 Nugget.............................. A 4.30 Numbers Man...................F 2.15 O’grady’s Boy................... S 4.40 Oasis Prince..................... C 3.05 Obee Jo............................ C 2.30 Obey The Rules...............M 3.55 Octophobia...................... C 1.20 Oh This Is Us................... A 4.30 On My Command............M 1.00 On The Quiet.....................F 5.05 One Forty Seven.............. S 3.30 One Hart........................... C 2.30 Onesmoothoperator........W 7.00 Orchestrated.................... S 4.40 Ordered Lives.................. S 4.05 Oriental Cross...................F 5.05 Our Star In Heaven..........M 4.25 Outback Frontiers............F 5.40 Overthink.......................... C 4.50 Palace Pier....................... A 3.10 Party Rebel.......................W 5.00 Pateen............................... S 5.15 Patient Dream..................W 7.00 Philosophy........................ C 1.20 Phlegon............................W 5.00 Pic D’Orhy.........................F 4.00 Picturesque View............. S 2.20 Pillar Of Steel................... S 4.05 Pips Tune..........................W 5.00 Poetic Music....................M 4.25 Point Louise.....................W 5.00 Pollards Fen..................... S 1.45 Post Chaise......................M 1.35 Powerful Position.............F 2.15 Praxeology....................... C 2.30 Presenting Pete...............M 1.35 Prince Of Bel Lir.............. C 2.30 Prince Of Persia...............W 8.00 Princess Zoe.................... A 1.25 Prison Break.................... C 4.50 Queen’s Sargent.............. C 2.30 Quiet Pride.......................W 7.30 Race Card........................W 7.30 Racing Spirit.....................F 2.50 Rafferty.............................M 3.55 Raise You......................... A 4.30 Ready Freddie Go............ C 3.40 Rebel Leader.................... S 4.40 Rebel Royal...................... S 2.20 Red Risk...........................M 3.20 Red Stripes......................W 8.30 Red Walls.........................W 8.30 Redrosezorro................... C 4.15 Regina George.................W 5.00 Remember The Man.........F 3.25 Restless Endeavour........W 6.30 Rhoscolyn........................ A 4.30 Rhyme Scheme................W 5.30 Robeam............................W 6.00 Roberto Escobarr............ A 1.25 Rohaan............................. A 2.00 Romanor........................... S 3.30 Roseisaroseisarose..........F 5.05 Round The Island............ C 4.15 Ruby Jules........................ C 1.20 Ruthless Article................F 4.00 Saddlers Quest.................F 2.50 Saltonstall........................ A 4.30 Sammeo........................... S 5.15 Sandringham....................M 4.25 Sarceaux........................... S 5.15 Sarsen...............................M 4.25 Savalas............................. C 4.15 Scarface............................F 5.40 Scheherazade..................W 6.00 Scottsdale........................ S 2.20 Sealiway........................... A 3.50 Secret Glow..................... C 2.30 Senior Citizen..................M 3.20 Senorita Eva Rose...........W 5.30 Serjeant Painter............... S 2.20 Shark Two One................ C 2.30 Shelir................................. A 4.30 Shentri.............................. S 3.30 Shetland Bus....................M 2.10 Ship To Shore...................W 7.30 Sienna Royale...................F 3.25 Simply Red.......................M 4.25 Sir Busker......................... A 4.30 Sir Sedric.......................... C 2.30 Skedaddled...................... C 1.55 Smart Qibili......................W 5.00 Snowfall............................ A 2.35 Solstalla............................ S 4.05 Solwara One.....................F 4.00 Sovereign Moon.............. C 1.55 Spirit Of Sisra...................W 5.30 Spirittappergoode...........M 4.25 Splinter............................. S 2.55 Stadmallen........................F 2.50 Stand Free........................W 5.30 Stephanie Sunshine.........F 2.50 Sticky Situation................ S 5.15 Stolen Silver.....................M 2.45 Stradivarius...................... A 1.25 Sunday Sovereign............ C 3.40 Sunray Major.................... A 4.30 Swiss Magic.....................W 7.30 Symbol Of Light...............W 8.00 Symbolize......................... A 4.30 Take Em Out..................... S 3.30 Taqwaa............................. S 5.15 Tarboosh........................... C 3.40 Tashkhan.......................... A 1.25 Telefina.............................W 6.00 Telekinetic........................ S 2.55 The Boat............................F 3.25 The Boola Boss................F 5.40 The Dancing Poet............ C 3.05 The Gloaming...................W 8.30 The Mediterranean.......... A 1.25 The Navigator.................. C 4.50 The Revenant................... A 3.10 The Trader........................W 7.00 The Twisler....................... C 4.50 The Wise Traveller........... S 1.45 Thematic...........................W 6.00 Thunder Moon................. A 2.00 Tibbie Dunbar..................W 6.00 Timely Gift.........................F 3.25 Tindrum............................ C 4.50 Tinsmith............................W 6.00 To Be Sure.........................F 2.50 Tomily................................ C 4.15 Tommy Taylor................... C 4.15 Toplight.............................W 8.30 Traila.................................W 7.30 Travesuras........................W 8.00 Tribal Craft....................... A 2.35 Triple Nickle..................... S 4.05 Trolley Boy........................M 4.25 Trueshan........................... A 1.25 Tudor Queen.................... C 1.20 Tuff McCool......................M 3.55 Turnaway.......................... S 1.45 Tyche.................................W 5.30 Umbrigado........................F 4.35 Uno Mas............................F 2.50 Vadream........................... A 2.00 Valentine’s Turf.................F 2.15 Ventura Diamond............. A 2.00 Viadelamore.....................W 8.00 Virgo..................................W 7.30 Wadmal.............................M 4.25 Waikiki Waves.................. S 3.30 Watching Brief..................F 3.25 Well Prepared...................W 5.30 Whenthepennydrops........F 1.40 Whispering Gypsy........... S 4.05 Wilderness....................... S 4.05 Willy Nilly..........................W 5.30 Winged Isle......................M 2.10 Young Fire........................ A 4.30 Zafaranah.........................W 5.00 Zamani..............................M 3.55 Zargun.............................. C 3.40 Zumurud........................... C 4.15 ABC Saturday, October 16, 2021 DS1ST 10 number one FOR RACING StarForm in association with

StarForm Cool to land heat in Oaks COOLAVANNY AUNTY (2.19) can lay down a huge marker in the event by defeating reigning champion Ballymac Trend, Irish hotpot Skywalker Cilla and dual Category One winner Jaguar Macie in an outstanding heat two of the Arena Racing Company Oaks second round at Perry Barr this afternoon. On a brilliant day’s open racing, six heats of the bitches’ Classic take centre-stage at the Birmingham track and the Newcastle raider, trained by Angela Harrison, has the early dash to repeat her impressive heat victory and might again get first run on some talented rivals to seal the deal. The other heats can go to Maria Kennedy’s pair of half-sisters in Billys Diva (2.04) and Good Diva (2.54), Kevin Hutton’s duo of droopys Samantha (2.36) and Lights Out (3.09), plus Kevin Proctor’s Front Amani (3.26). Sheffield also stages GBGB Category One action tonight with the heats of the BresBet Steel City Cup with the new sponsors repeating their prize-money initiative of ensuring each finalist receives a minimum £1,000. The famous 500m competition runs across the next three Saturdays, with the pick of tonight’s heats ■VAN RIDE: Coolavanny Aunt can star at Perry Barr today by JONATHAN HOBBS being Carol Weatherall’s recent Birmingham Cup winner Candy Man (6.19, below) and Kevin Hutton’s Select Stakes champion Signet Ace (7.26). Crayford kicks off the open-race action this morning live on SportyStuff TV/RPGTV including two finals, with Dave Lee’s Twoathem (12.24) and Ricky Holloway’s Darbys Bullet (12.39) the fancies, while best at Monmore tonight might be Kevin Boon’s Bettys Book (6.48), Mark Wallis’ Black Eyed Molly (7.24) and Nathan Hunt’s Ballyard Ricki (8.23). Cork reaches the semi-final stage of the Irish Greyhound Laurels where Liam Dowling’s Ballymac Fairone (9.35) and Owen McKenna’s Droopys Good (9.50) appeal. ■ THERE are jointwinners of the RPGTV/ GWA Greyhound of the Month for September with Coral Romford Puppy Cup winner Brookside Richie and Arena Racing Company St Leger victor Space Jet equally impressing the voting Greyhound Writers’ Association. ■ ANNIE POOLE, the Board’s former welfare co-ordinator, has returned to the GBGB in the role of stipendiary steward for the south-east region. PERRY BARR 2.04 (Open) 480m 1 2412 MAGICAL FIREBIRD (md ep)............ 28.35 2 2533 Dolla Rosie (ep rl)............................... 28.92 3 6523 Baggios Gem (md ep)........................ 28.47 4 1 Billys Diva (rl ro).................................. 28.19 5 1413 Inthebluecorner (wd ro)..................... 28.78 6 3261 Ritzy Lady (ep fw)............................... 28.29 Star betting: 11-4 Billys Diva, 3 Magical Firebird, Ritzy Lady, 9-2 Baggios Gem, 5 Dolla Rosie, 6 Inthebluecorner. 2.19 (Open) 480m 1 2363 Jaguar Macie (md ep)........................ 28.59 2 1111 COOLAVANNY AUNTY (NAP) (sa ro).28.15 3 1242 Arthur Pumpkin (md ro)...................... 28.63 4 2333 Nolas Beauty (sa md)......................... 28.81 5 1132 Ballymac Trend (md ep)..................... 28.41 6 1 Skywalker Cilla (md ro)....................... 27.98 Star betting: 5-2 Skywalker Cilla, 11-4 Coolavanny Aunty, 7-2 Ballymac Trend, 5 Jaguar Macie, 11-2 Arthur Pumpkin, 6 Nolas Beauty. 2.36 (Open) 480m 1 6353 Baggios Sky (rl ro).............................. 28.64 2 2223 Coolavanny Bani (rl ep)...................... 28.47 3 1142 Droopys Samantha (md ep).............. 28.77 4 1111 NUTTY GEM (nb) (ep md).................. 28.56 5 2521 Fabulous Azurra (wd ro)..................... 28.13 6 2423 Churchill Holly (sa ro)......................... 28.41 Star betting: 11-4 Fabulous Azurra, 7-2 Nutty Gem, Churchill Holly, 9-2 Baggios Sky, Coolavanny Bani, Droopys Samantha. 2.54 (Open) 480m 1 3623 Goldies Mabbutt (rl ro)....................... 28.87 2 3 Good Diva (rl ro)................................. 28.58 3 532 Skys Opal (rl ro).................................. 28.75 4 2243 Tricia Jezabelle (md ro)..................... 28.72 5 1321 MON AMIE (md ro)............................. 28.61 6 Star betting: 2 Mon Amie, 11-4 Good Diva, 7-2 Tricia Jezabelle, Skys Opal, 4 Goldies Mabbutt. SHEFFIELD (SKY SPORTS RACING) 6.19 (Open) 500m 1 3663 Keefill Finn (sa fw).............................. 28.99 2 1424 Cold As Ice (sa fw)............................. 00.00 3 2116 Duke De Janerio (md ep)................... 00.00 4 5121 BALLYBOSS BAZ (nb) (sa ro)............ 28.77 5 4221 Candy Man (qa ep)............................. 29.11 6 4215 Chasing Landy (wd ro)....................... 29.51 Star betting: 9-4 Ballyboss Baz, 5-2 Candy Man, 3 Keefill Finn, 10-3 Duke De Janerio, 11-2 Chasing Landy, 8 Cold As Ice. 6.36 (Open) 500m 1 1114 EASY WARRIOR (rl ro)....................... 29.00 2 2412 Savana King (rl ep)............................. 00.00 3 312 Brynoffa Lloyd (rl ro).......................... 29.43 4 2114 Acomb Jenny (sa ro).......................... 28.88 5 3542 Million Jack (rl ro)............................... 29.30 6 3123 Headford Flash (sa ro)........................ 00.00 Star betting: 5-2 Acomb Jenny, 11-4 Easy Warrior, Headford Flash, 9-2 Million Jack, Brynoffa Lloyd, 8 Savana King. 6.51 (Open) 500m 1 4246 Ballymac Aboutu (rl ro)....................... 29.60 2 4135 Longrange Dick (ep md)..................... 28.89 3 2215 Nipsey Hustle (sa ro).......................... 28.55 4 2261 Potent Touch (md ep)......................... 29.33 5 3534 Look Out (ep md)................................ 29.11 6 1115 ADELES DUKE (rl ro)......................... 00.00 Star betting: 11-4 Nipsey Hustle, 3 Adeles Duke, 7-2 Look Out, 4 Longrange Dick, Potent Touch, 6 Ballymac Aboutu. 7.09 (Open) 500m 1 5114 Jaguar Blake (sa ro)........................... 29.20 2 3161 Droopys Dazzler (md ep).................... 29.11 3 1311 BANDICOOT SAMMY (sa fw)............ 29.04 4 5345 Catrigg Candela (sa ro)...................... 29.20 5 5322 Million Wink (md ro)............................ 29.35 6 2115 Shady Beau (md fw)........................... 29.11 Star betting: 11-4 Bandicoot Sammy, 10-3 Shady Beau, 4 Catrigg Candela, Jaguar Blake, 9-2 Million Wink, Droopys Dazzler. 7.26 (Open) 500m 1 6131 Dualla Prince (wd ro).......................... 00.00 2 1311 Signet Ace (md ep)............................ 00.00 3 4115 Forest Gold (ep ro)............................. 00.00 4 3532 Glenvale Gav (ep md)......................... 29.43 5 1265 Burgess Dalo (md ep)......................... 00.00 DONCASTER 1.49 SERENE DOLLY (nb) (1)........... Brennans James (3) 2.07 MINGLERS PRIORY (5)......................Lisduff Jet (2) 2.23 WAIKIKI LIMIT (3)........................Moanteen Lexi (2) 2.42 CATUNDA UNA (6)............................ Ascot Dora (2) 3.02 TASTE THE MAGIC (4)............Springwood Edel (2) 3.18 RUSSANDA KATIE (6).......................Killee Court (1) 3.38 NETTYS TURBO (1).......................... Bandit Bolt (6) 3.58 MOSS BONNIE (nap) (2)....................Corrin Ollie (1) 4.18 TIDY UP JANE (1)...........................Mollycoddler (3) 4.38 BALLYMAC NEPHET (3).............Clearway Vicky (5) 4.58 BALLYCOWEN PET (1)............... Bull Run Brexit (2) 5.18 FANCY A FLUTTER (4)................ Mudross Mark (6) 5.37 FAYES CHANCE (6)................... Breakaday Jade (5) 5.54 MAGALE BLUE (3)......................Glashedy Rock (2) YESTERDAY’S RESULTS ROUND-UP CRAYFORD 1.49: Classy Montana (6) 9-4 fav, Nugget (2) 5-2, bf: £9.72, tri: (6-2-5) £35.32. 2.07: Ayeisha (2) 7-2, Stophers Flash (5) 5-1, bf: £28.54, tri: (2-5-1) £74.52. 2.23: Icaals Molly (5) 15-8 fav, Ballymac Ger (3) 6-1, bf: £16.73, tri: (5-3-2) £55.26. 2.42: Tip Top Shadow (2) 5-2 jt-fav, Perfecto Vis (4) 7-2, bf: £14.68, tri: (2-4-3) £47.75. 3.02: Knockane Ava (1) 3-1, Cronody Eolann (2) 6-1, bf: £19.73, tri: (1-2-4) £54.08. 3.18: Tyford Eske (4) 6-4 fav, Waikiki Boom (1) 11-2, bf: £11.57, tri: (4-1-3) £38.21. 3.38: Pennys Santana (5) 5-2 fav, Distant Spirit (3) 5-1, bf: £18.86, tri: (5-3-2) £46.75. 3.58: Ballymac Estele (4) 9-4 fav, Year of The Best (2) 7-1, bf: £21.60, tri: (4-2-1) £57.26. 4.18: Joyces Kitty (3) Evens fav, Banteer Lady (2) 10-3, bf: £5.56, tri: (3-2-6) £20.45. 4.38: Zenas Ronnie (4) 6-4 fav, Knoctoo Niamh (1) 3-1, bf: £7.38, tri: (4-1-6) £16.99. 4.58: Rafiki Nala (2) 6-1, Roycon Lenny (1) 8-1, bf: £51.90, tri: (2-1-3) £212.64. 5.18: Hitthelids Jim (4) 11-4, Ballynabee Candy (1) 6-1, bf: £21.93, tri: (4-1-6) £77.04. 5.37: Night Magic (4) 6-1, Alfar Darcy (3) 5-1, bf: £45.07, tri: (4-3-2) £103.48. 5.54: Nat Alley (6) 11-4, Deecees Venus (5) 8-1, bf: £24.99, tri: (6-5-1) £62.66. KINSLEY 2.04: Engagement Party (2) 7-1, Tullymurry Reel (1) 7-4 fav, NR: Kelseys Folly (res), , : Collision Tracey (res), bf: £26.05, tri: (2-1-3) £108.73. 2.19: Wilbrook Tikka (6) 3-1, Durrow Charmer (5) 10-3, bf: £14.71, tri: (6-5-3) DS1ST number one FOR RACING 3.09 (Open) 480m 1 2112 HATHER DAISY (md ro)..................... 28.52 2 5652 Lights Out (ep ro)................................ 28.35 3 5622 Luck Box Blue (rl ep).......................... 28.88 4 4552 Luna Jezabelle (rl ro).......................... 28.60 5 6133 Ranchers Tigger (md ro)................... 28.87 6 2521 Anniversary Girl (md ep)..................... 28.38 Star betting: 11-4 Anniversary Girl, 7-2 Lights Out, Luna Jezabelle, Hather Daisy, 5 Ranchers Tigger, 11-2 Luck Box Blue. 3.26 (Open) 480m 1 6612 Garryglass Abbie (md ro)................... 28.44 2 4152 Trendy Breeze (sa ro)......................... 28.47 3 1451 Lav Yin Yak (ep ro).............................. 28.59 4 1211 POCKET LOLA (md ep)..................... 28.39 5 2451 Billis Nipper (md ro)............................ 28.52 6 2 Front Amani (wd ep)........................... 28.25 Star betting: 7-2 Garryglass Abbie, Pocket Lola, Billis Nipper, Front Amani, 4 Lav Yin Yak, 9-2 Trendy Breeze. 3.44 (D3) 275m 1 5566 Mineola Cruyff (sa rl).......................... 16.83 2 23 AIRMOUNT SARAH (rl ro).................. 16.84 3 3631 Storys Solange (fw md)...................... 16.77 4 5311 Highview Capri (md ep)..................... 16.61 5 2455 Midfield Belle (wd ro)......................... 16.63 6 2422 Gump (md ro)...................................... 16.45 Star betting: 11-4 Gump, 10-3 Highview Capri, 7-2 Airmount Sarah, 4 Storys Solange, 5 Midfield Belle, 11-2 Mineola Cruyff. 4.04 (A6) 480m 1 113 SHUT THE BOX (md ep).................... 29.49 2 1631 Moanteen Lilly (rl ro)........................... 29.42 3 Broadland Blake (rl ro)....................... 00.00 4 4414 Shortwood Jem (ep md).................... 29.06 5 Tracys Treasure (wd ep)..................... 00.00 6 1156 Hurricane Beth (wd ro)....................... 29.35 Star betting: 2 Shortwood Jem, 5-2 Moanteen Lilly, Shut The Box, Hurricane Beth, 8 Tracys Treasure, Broadland Blake. 6 31 BALTERIO (md ro).............................. 00.00 Star betting: 11-4 Forest Gold, 3 Burgess Dalo, 10-3 Signet Ace, 7-2 Glenvale Gav, Dualla Prince, 8 Balterio. 7.41 (Open) 500m 1 4624 Save Me Paddy (rl ro)......................... 00.00 2 3132 Sharpysspottydog (sa ro).................. 29.17 3 2351 Hardy Rebel (sa md)........................... 28.83 4 3311 CASCADE KING (wd ro).................... 29.20 5 2546 Pacemaker Ted (wd ep)...................... 29.54 6 2412 Easy Shot (wd ro)............................... 29.55 Star betting: 11-4 Hardy Rebel, 10-3 Cascade King, 7-2 Sharpysspottydog, Pacemaker Ted, 5 Easy Shot, 11-2 Save Me Paddy. 7.58 (A3) 500m 1 Sir Gordon (ep ro)............................... 00.00 2 2142 HOLLYHILL BUBBA (ep ro)............... 29.58 3 4 3424 Bansha Jay Dee (md ro)..................... 29.49 5 3124 Howya Padjoe (md ep)...................... 29.71 6 5655 Factfile (wd ep)................................... 29.48 Star betting: 9-4 Bansha Jay Dee, Howya Padjoe, Factfile, 5-2 Hollyhill Bubba, 8 Sir Gordon. 8.12 (A5) 500m 1 1214 Tewmax Elsie (rl ep)........................... 30.02 2 4122 ADAMS FIZZY (rl ep).......................... 29.95 3 2116 Honey Willow (md ep)........................ 29.32 4 2215 Bush Lilly (sa ro)................................. 29.87 5 2 Brennans Rose (sa md)...................... 29.95 6 5515 Allround Paddy (sa ro)........................ 29.74 Star betting: 9-4 Honey Willow, 7-2 Adams Fizzy, Bush Lilly, Allround Paddy, 9-2 Tewmax Elsie, 6 Brennans Rose. 8.27 (D3) 280m 1 2151 BRIANNAS BOY (rl ep)....................... 16.61 2 2316 Mellows Kid (sa ep)............................ 16.54 3 6562 Snow Liam (md ep)............................ 16.50 4 6566 Lightfoot Gaga (wd ro)....................... 16.91 5 2323 Blackrock King (ep ro)....................... 16.39 6 1465 Ballygunner Alex (sa ro)..................... 16.48 Star betting: 3 Briannas Boy, Blackrock King, 7-2 Ballygunner Alex, 4 Mellows Kid, Snow Liam, 6 Lightfoot Gaga. 8.46 (A3) 500m 1 15 BUTCH (ep rl)..................................... 29.77 2 4222 Sharpys Junior (sa ro)....................... 29.33 NEWCASTLE £40.82. 2.36: Pennys Hekate (5) 7-2, Shes Off Limits (2) 11-4 fav, bf: £18.55, tri: (5-2-6) £58.25. 2.54: Bellinter Jet (2) 7-1, Old Fort Orbit (1) 5-1, bf: £41.49, tri: (2-1-4) £87.39. 3.09: Curryhills Lena (1) 8-1, Sweet Cailin (6) 10-1, bf: £103.96, tri: (1-6-3) £359.69. 3.26: Minnies Lucia (5) 2-1 jt-fav, Easy Ella (4) 5-1, NR: Corcass Gem (res), bf: £14.62, tri: (5-4-6) £48.14. 3.44: Star Bawn (6) 5-2, Miss Eleanor (4) 5-1, NR: Haggswood Morty (res), bf: £18.14, tri: (6-4-5) £40.67. 4.04: Dino Rex (3) 2-1 fav, Errill Muir (5) 9-1, NR: Tullymurry Boss (res), bf: £22.45, tri: (3-5-2) £76.74. 4.23: Gypsy Cracker (4) 15-8, Cabra Mane (5) 8-1, bf: £19.58, tri: (4-5-6) £38.61. 4.43: Grumpy Lemmy (1) 5-2 fav, Hazelwood Marie (6) 10-3, bf: £13.17, tri: (1-6-5) £34.52. 5.03: Dunbolg Sunset (4) 2-1 fav, Grumpy Dave (3) 7-2, bf: £10.71, tri: (4-3-2) £27.28. 5.22: Hazelgrove Annie (3) 5-2, Hazelwood Blitz (5) 9-2, NR: Go Happy Go (res), bf: £17.13, tri: (3-5-2) £51.56. NEWCASTLE 11.06: Bramble Beryl (2) Evens fav, Hes Ok Then (3) 5-2, bf: £4.61, tri: (2-3- 1) £14.55. 11.21: Dromana Roxy (6) 5-2, Killieford Vodka (5) 5-1, bf: £18.68, tri: (6-5-4) £79.74. 11.36: Alnwick Ian (5) 7-1, Ballyhoe Alpha (3) 7-4 fav, bf: £31.58, tri: (5-3-6) £91.96. 11.51: Peaceful (2) 3-1, Wraysbury Rose (1) 8-1, bf: £26.92, tri: (2-1-3) £61.68. 12.06: Droopys Mateo (6) 8-11 fav, Optic Hecz (5) 6-1, bf: £7.27, tri: (6-5-2) £24.22. 12.21: Kenedy (1) 11-4, Popper Hallie (4) 7-2, bf: £15.93, tri: (1-4-2) £30.84. 12.36: Ballyeel Taylor (5) 7-2, Dina 4.23 (D2) 275m 1 1241 Annadown Cain (rl ro)........................ 16.55 2 1543 Clonleigh Kat (rl ep)............................ 16.39 3 6461 Stonepark Turbo (md ro).................... 16.42 4 3312 BALYHEASHILL BID (wd ep)............. 16.49 5 1516 Sporting Sultan (sa ro)....................... 16.35 6 1124 Shrewd Boe (md ep)........................... 16.33 Star betting: 11-4 Shrewd Boe, 7-2 Sporting Sultan, 4 Annadown Cain, Balyheashill Bid, 9-2 Stonepark Turbo, Clonleigh Kat. 4.43 (A3) 480m 1 Hazelhill Hare (md ro)......................... 00.00 2 4415 Smiling Charlie (sa fw)........................ 28.86 3 5331 Another Dove (md ro)........................ 28.82 4 1541 Moyar Echo (md ep)........................... 29.05 5 5212 KILCREA DUKE (wd ro)..................... 28.96 6 2243 Swift Bedlam (rl ro)............................. 29.00 Star betting: 5-2 Smiling Charlie, Another Dove, 7-2 Kilcrea Duke, 4 Moyar Echo, Swift Bedlam, 8 Hazelhill Hare. 5.03 (A8) 480m 1 2426 Parkers Frank (sa ro).......................... 29.30 2 6352 Havana Ebony (md ro)....................... 29.54 3 4243 PARSNIP NELLIE (md ep).................. 29.33 4 4645 Johns Lass (md ep)............................ 29.68 5 2461 Ronans Choice (md ro)...................... 29.57 6 1653 Longwood Mayo (wd fw).................... 29.42 Star betting: 5-2 Parkers Frank, 10-3 Parsnip Nellie, 7-2 Havana Ebony, Longwood Mayo, 5 Ronans Choice, 6 Johns Lass. 5.22 (D3) 275m 1 3212 RUSTYS AERO (sa fw)....................... 16.83 2 4444 Pennys Eburos (md ro)....................... 16.84 3 5234 Jim Joe (md ep).................................. 16.67 4 2556 Idol Phantom (md ep)......................... 16.54 5 5222 Hitthebeefrocky (md ep).................... 16.81 6 1 Coillbhui Brenda (md ro).................... 16.82 Star betting: 10-3 Rustys Aero, 7-2 Jim Joe, Idol Phantom, 4 Hitthebeefrocky, 9-2 Pennys Eburos, Coillbhui Brenda. 3 1324 Easy Edge (sa ro)................................ 29.17 4 2134 Cuile Line Flyer (md ro)...................... 29.41 5 1313 Droopys Groovy (md ep).................... 29.50 6 3246 Lostrigg King (wd fw)......................... 28.98 Star betting: 7-2 Sharpys Junior, Easy Edge, Cuile Line Flyer, Lostrigg King, 9-2 Droopys Groovy, 5 Butch. 9.01 (A4) 500m 1 2621 Conans Delight (sa ro)........................ 29.35 2 2512 Missy Toe (rl ro).................................. 29.81 3 3213 PARADISE DUCHESS (sa wd)........... 29.59 4 5161 Keplar Vesta (md ro)........................... 29.68 5 5126 Shady Cindy (wd ro)........................... 29.41 6 6116 Kuro Cartel (md ep)............................ 29.58 Star betting: 11-4 Conans Delight, 7-2 Kuro Cartel, 4 Shady Cindy, Paradise Duchess, 9-2 Keplar Vesta, 11-2 Missy Toe. 9.16 (A6) 500m 1 4522 Jogon Coady (rl ro)............................ 29.88 2 2255 Uneverwalkalone (rl ro)....................... 29.77 3 1215 SHARPYS THUNDER (rl ro)............... 29.99 4 3423 Crinkill Roger (md ep)........................ 29.91 5 3252 Nah Then Norman (wd ep)................. 30.33 6 1266 Borna Rumour (sa ro)......................... 29.86 Star betting: 3 Jogon Coady, 10-3 Uneverwalkalone, 4 Nah Then Norman, Borna Rumour, 9-2 Crinkill Roger, 5 Sharpys Thunder. 9.31 (A2) 500m 1 4425 Lightfoot Trump (wd ro)...................... 29.27 2 5556 Boomtown Bally (rl ep)....................... 29.36 3 1111 GEELO STRIKER (NAP) (md ro)........ 29.14 4 41 Use Your Jet (md ro).......................... 29.29 5 1115 Swift Chastity (md ro)......................... 29.28 6 1512 Johnny The Hawk (wd ro).................. 29.41 Star betting: 11-4 Geelo Striker, 7-2 Lightfoot Trump, Johnny The Hawk, 4 Swift Chastity, 9-2 Use Your Jet, 11-2 Boomtown Bally. 9.48 (D2) 280m 1 1146 Sandwood Macy (rl ro)....................... 16.42 2 1342 Yahoo Daniel (ep rl)............................ 16.33 3 131 GEELO EVIE (sa ro)............................ 16.42 4 2116 Right Turn Joe (md ep)....................... 16.38 5 1651 Coney Kracnikov (sa fw).................... 16.49 6 3331 Swift Whiff (md ep)............................ 16.25 Star betting: 3 Swift Whiff, 7-2 Right Turn Joe, Geelo Evie, 4 Yahoo Daniel, Sandwood Macy, 9-2 Coney Kracnikov. 11.06 GEORDIE SKYE (5)....................... Kelso Lassie (2) 11.21 LAUGHIL TOBY (6)...........................Boyos Ella (5) 11.36 FLOMUR TAYLOR (2)............Crooks Notorious (4) 11.51 CHILTERN OREO (nap) (3)........Alnwick Logan (6) 12.06 VIEW PANDA (2)................................Pick It Out (6) 12.21 ALNWICK GLORY (4).........................Dior Baby (3) 12.36 WESTFORTH HARLEY (1)............Geordie Fury (4) 12.51 BROCKVILLE SYD (nb) (4)........ Canny Spanky (2) 1.06 PIRANHA (2).................................... Emers Dawn (6) 1.21 A BIT OF BEAUTY (2).......... Bertsmonkeymagic (6) 1.36 AUGHABOY KATIE (1)................ Watermill Demi (2) 1.51 CANNY BETTY (4)...................... Moschino Baby (2) Dina Bobina (4) 5-4 fav, bf: £11.55, tri: (5-4-6) £35.54. 12.51: Cnoc Sydney (4) 7-4 fav, Gator Park (3) 7-2, bf: £9.55, tri: (4-3-6) £20.97. 1.06: Old Buck (1) 7-2, Ridgedale Polly (6) 11-10 fav, bf: £9.96, tri: (1-6-4) £23.33. 1.21: Scholars Duke (3) 4-1, Pontoon (4) 8-1, bf: £38.20, tri: (3-4-2) £100.65. 1.36: Glengar White (4) 9-4 fav, Havana Party (1) 7-1, bf: £20.00, tri: (4-1-2) £53.35. 1.51: Victor Tree (4) 5-2 fav, Alnwick Terry (6) 7-2, bf: £13.51, tri: (4-6-2) £37.54. SWINDON 11.13: Vanessas Boy (1) 4-1, Arthur Biscuit (5) 11-4, bf: £21.47, tri: (1-5-6) £40.66. 11.28: Ballinulty Blue (5) 3-1, Fairhill Corney (6) 7-1, bf: £24.98, tri: (5-6-1) £104.87. 11.43: Brother Walfrid (4) 7-1, Magical Grace (2) 11-8 fav, bf: £25.98, tri: (4-2-6) £59.10. 11.58: Waikiki Frank (5) 7-2, Riverdale Astrio (1) 9-2, bf: £24.93, tri: (5-1-2) £83.09. 12.13: Shesacharmer (4) 2-1, Marians Shy (5) 9-2, bf: £13.65, tri: (4-5-2) £56.01. 12.28: Ceili Dubh (2) 5-4 fav, Master Bob (1) 4-1, bf: £7.71, tri: (2-1-3) £19.49. 12.43: Derryfield Dee (3) 5-1, Derryfield Dee (3) 5-1, bf: £15.21, tri: (3-6-1) £48.33. 12.58: Batties Swift (3) 7-4 fav, Ten Ina Row (1) 7-1, bf: £15.75, tri: (3-1-4) £38.10. 1.13: Moanduff Scampie (4) 2-1, Furys Choice (1) 15-8 fav, bf: £6.94, tri: (4-1-6) £20.27. 1.28: Ashway Harry (5) 7-4 fav, Distant Move (4) 7-2, bf: £10.28, tri: (5-4-6) £33.19. 1.44: Akela (4) 11-2, Confey Blue (2) 10-1, bf: £72.61, tri: (4-2-3) £198.96. 1.59: Lusarel Sadie (3) 7-1, Fairhill Pat (2) 5-6 fav, bf: £18.61, tri: (3-2-6) £63.29. HARLOW AM 8.12 THEYALLFELLOUT (4)........................................................................Bombai Bramble (5) 8.27 YOU LITTLE MIKEY (nb) (6)..........................................................................Bisto Bob (2) 8.43 BARRACK DANA (1)............................................................................. Adamant Sirius (6) 9.02 BALLYARD ROCKY (2).......................................................................... Long Tall Sally (1) 9.18 NIDGES GIRL (3).................................................................................... Anmima Biddy (2) 9.34 GYMSTAR BLISS (2)............................................................................... Roseville Lola (4) 9.52 MOUSEY MEGAN (nap) (1).................................................................. Millmount Duke (6) 10.07 BREE HILL (4)........................................................................................ Tech Support (1) 10.23 FERNDALE TIMER (6)....................................................................... Carlsbush Belle (4) 10.41 WITCHES DAVY (1).............................................................................Dunbolg Winter (6) MONMORE EVENING (SPORTYSTUFF TV/RPGTV) 6.17 (Open) 480m 1 1161 Savana Eagle (md ro).............................. 00.00 2 2222 Ballydoyle Luigi (rl ro)............................. 28.45 3 6111 NIGHTINGALE LANE (NAP) (sa ro)........ 28.51 4 51 Jaguar Jacko (md ro).............................. 28.45 5 226 Bazookas Bullet (wd ep)......................... 00.00 6 5322 Service Level (md fw).............................. 28.93 Star betting: 11-4 Savana Eagle, 7-2 Nightingale Lane, 4 Ballydoyle Luigi, Jaguar Jacko, Service Level, 9-2 Bazookas Bullet. 6.33 (Open) 480m 1 3621 Madabout Mandy (rl ro).......................... 29.04 2 53 LYLAS GRANDAD (wd ro)....................... 00.00 3 5 Antigua Bigun (sa ro)............................... 00.00 4 55 Astra Illusion (wd ro)................................ 29.24 5 2 Wedreamagain (wd ep)........................... 00.00 6 4623 Home Caelan (sa wd).............................. 00.00 Star betting: 11-8 Madabout Mandy, 3 Lylas Grandad, 7-2 Home Caelan, 9-2 Astra Illusion, 8 Wedreamagain, Antigua Bigun. 6.48 (Open) 630m 1 4215 Fatboyz Exile (md ro).............................. 37.90 2 1116 Bettys Book (rl ro)................................... 38.32 3 1114 Kates Orange (md ro)............................. 38.30 4 1254 Jumeirah Zara (md ro)............................. 38.50 5 4135 Zaha (md ep)............................................ 00.00 6 5121 COSARD WONDER (md ep)................... 38.29 Star betting: 3 Bettys Book, 7-2 Fatboyz Exile, Jumeirah Zara, Cosard Wonder, 4 Kates Orange, 6 Zaha. 7.07 (Open) 480m 1 5416 Doghouse Dreamer (sa ro)...................... 00.00 2 4 Clona Smokey (rl ro)................................ 28.93 3 1253 Elderberry Janus (md ep)........................ 28.40 4 4433 Bionic Bullet (wd ep).............................. 28.76 5 43 DRUIDS FULL WELL (sa md)................. 28.92 6 1136 Romantic Rumble (ep md)...................... 28.36 Star betting: 5-2 Romantic Rumble, 11-4 Elderberry Janus, 7-2 Doghouse Dreamer, 9-2 Bionic Bullet, 11-2 Druids Full Well, 6 Clona Smokey. 7.24 (Open) 630m 1 4564 Farneys Tigger (rl ep).............................. 00.00 2 4524 Black Eyed Molly (sa fw)......................... 00.00 3 Rathmeehan Stud (md ro)....................... 00.00 4 4333 LEMON WILLIAM (md ro)....................... 00.00 5 1433 Choctaw Lusa (md ro)............................ 00.00 6 4442 Seconds To Mars (wd ep)....................... 38.81 Star betting: 6-4 Seconds To Mars, 9-4 Choctaw Lusa, 7-2 Farneys Tigger, 11-2 Lemon William, 8 Rathmeehan Stud, Black Eyed Molly. 7.44 (Open) 480m 1 55 Farneys Holly (md ep)............................. 00.00 2 4 Droopys Cavalry (rl ro)............................ 28.83 3 3532 Tommys Ranger (wd ep)......................... 00.00 4 1115 COOLADERRY BEST (md ro)................. 28.64 5 4513 Alanas Lad (wd ep)................................. 28.61 6 Cree Loch (rl ro)....................................... 00.00 Star betting: 9-4 Tommys Ranger, 3 Alanas Lad, 7-2 Cooladerry Best, Farneys Holly, 9-2 Droopys Cavalry, 8 Cree Loch. 8.03 (Open) 630m 1 5264 Longacres Kim (rl fw).............................. 00.00 2 5115 Pennys Kai (md ep)................................. 00.00 3 2553 Adeles Jaykay (rl ro)................................ 00.00 4 2324 Goldies Symnsy (md ro).......................... 00.00 5 1266 Skipalong Hugo (wd ep).......................... 00.00 6 1221 FOREST BLAZE (sa fw).......................... 38.41 Star betting: 9-4 Longacres Kim, Forest Blaze, 3 Goldies Symnsy, 7-2 Skipalong Hugo, 8 Adeles Jaykay, Pennys Kai. 8.23 (Open) 480m 1 6416 Diamond Lisa (sa ro)............................... 00.00 2 2111 WESTWAY BLAKE (nb) (md ep)............. 00.00 3 6124 Ballymac Gaybo (md ep)......................... 28.57 4 4331 Shelbys Memory (ep md)........................ 28.26 5 5212 Longvale Jim (ep ro)............................... 00.00 6 1562 Ballyard Ricki (qa wd)............................. 00.00 Star betting: 11-4 Ballymac Gaybo, 10-3 Ballyard Ricki, 7-2 Longvale Jim, 4 Shelbys Memory, 5 Diamond Lisa, Westway Blake. 8.43 (Open) 480m 1 2315 Vixons Lad (sa md).................................. 28.57 2 5131 COOLAVANNY BUNDI (md ep).............. 29.01 3 4442 Droopys Flight (ep ro).............................. 00.00 4 6615 Daithis Garsun (wd ro)............................. 29.37 5 1323 Bens Lad (wd ep).................................... 28.66 6 2131 Lemon Reuben (wd ro)........................... 28.79 Star betting: 11-4 Vixons Lad, 3 Droopys Flight, Lemon Reuben, 10-3 Coolavanny Bundi, 6 Bens Lad, 8 Daithis Garsun. 9.02 (Open) 630m 1 22 MISTER COOL (md ep)........................... 38.64 2 3444 Ballydoyle Pedro (rl ro)............................ 00.00 3 Unsinkable Foxey (rl ro).......................... 00.00 4 5432 Rackethall Oscar (md ep)...................... 39.47 5 6643 Avion Charlie (sa ro)................................ 00.00 6 2466 Mirrins Dream (wd ep)............................. 00.00 Star betting: 7-4 Mirrins Dream, 2 Mister Cool, 5-2 Avion Charlie, 6 Ballydoyle Pedro, 8 Unsinkable Foxey, Rackethall Oscar. 9.18 (Open) 480m 1 4133 JUPITER (sa fw)...................................... 00.00 2 5254 Dapper Rodney (rl ro).............................. 00.00 3 3634 Ballymac Odie (md ro)............................. 00.00 4 3334 Liberty Belle (md ep)............................... 28.40 5 3314 Final Lewis (md ep)................................. 28.63 6 3362 Puff The Tiger (md ep)............................ 28.73 Star betting: 3 Liberty Belle, Final Lewis, 7-2 Dapper Rodney, 4 Ballymac Odie, Puff The Tiger, 8 Jupiter. CRAYFORD MORNING (SPORTYSTUFF TV/RPGTV) 10.17 (A9) 380m 1 3331 PESKY OLLIE (rl ep)............................... 24.22 2 3512 Yacht Run (ep md)................................... 24.21 3 1513 Stophers Sandy (rl ro)............................. 24.21 4 5555 Emmas Ace (md ep)................................ 24.06 5 3151 Stophers Annie (wd ro)........................... 24.07 6 3434 Magicians Tool (wd ep)........................... 24.13 Star betting: 5-2 Emmas Ace, 7-2 Stophers Annie, 4 Yacht Run, Magicians Tool, 9-2 Pesky Ollie, 5 Stophers Sandy. 10.37 (A5) 380m 1 3326 Pelacampus (rl ep)................................... 23.73 2 2222 Wishful Poppy (rl ro)............................... 23.84 3 5552 Fayes Daisy (md ep)................................ 23.69 4 1541 Sporting Rainbow (ep md)...................... 23.76 5 3111 TOOMDEELY (NAP) (sa fw).................... 23.62 6 1414 Moaning Dicaprio (md ep)...................... 23.85 Star betting: 11-4 Toomdeely, 7-2 Moaning Dicaprio, 4 Sporting Rainbow, Pelacampus, Wishful Poppy, 9-2 Fayes Daisy. 10.53 (Open) 540m 1 3552 Aayamza Baron (sa ro)............................ 34.14 2 3136 Pennys Bobby (sa ro).............................. 34.07 3 1443 Ritzy Flyer (md ep).................................. 00.00 4 6453 Killieford Ally (md ep).............................. 34.77 5 4322 CLASSY HIGHWAY (md ep)................... 34.64 6 664 Killeacle Alfie (sa ro)................................ 33.85 Star betting: 2 Killeacle Alfie, 5-2 Aayamza Baron, 10-3 Pennys Bobby, 11-2 Classy Highway, 6 Killieford Ally, 8 Ritzy Flyer. 11.09 (Open) 380m 1 646 Cloyne History (rl ro)................................ 23.92 2 2611 Sweetsantreats (md ep)......................... 23.45 3 3252 Slanan Yum Yum (rl ep)........................... 00.00 4 3231 EWANS BEAUTY (ep el).......................... 23.50 5 5434 Kelva Moana (md ep).............................. 23.55 6 1561 Magical Tara (md ep)............................... 23.40 Star betting: 11-4 Magical Tara, 3 Sweetsantreats, 10-3 Kelva Moana, 7-2 Ewans Beauty, 6 Slanan Yum Yum, Cloyne History. 11.24 (HOR H’dle) 380m 1 3235 Bellintersabbath (md ep)......................... 23.80 2 2353 Foxrock Brae (md ro).............................. 23.97 3 1121 KICKING KING (sa fw)............................ 23.68 4 43 4 Ardnasool Flash (md ro).......................... 24.28 5 11 3 Toughest Test (ep ro).............................. 23.68 6 5155 Tyraxes (md ro)........................................ 24.14 Star betting: 5-2 Kicking King, Toughest Test, 3 Ardnasool Flash, 9-2 Tyraxes, 5 Foxrock Brae, 8 Bellintersabbath. 11.39 (Open) 540m 1 3131 Risky Factor (rl ro).................................. 33.93 2 6145 Blue Tick Delia (md ro)............................ 33.94 3 2151 Kilwest Lady (rl ro)................................... 00.00 4 3543 Deanridge Dove (sa md)......................... 34.35 5 1551 Popworld (ep md).................................... 33.80 6 2121 MILLVIEW BLACK (ep md)..................... 33.97 Star betting: 3 Risky Factor, Popworld, 7-2 Kilwest Lady, Millview Black, 4 Blue Tick Delia, 6 Deanridge Dove. 11.54 (Open) 714m 1 2421 Simply Barntick (rl ro)............................. 46.00 2 1333 Miss Order (rl ro)...................................... 46.49 3 1212 CROSSFIELD KAYLA (md ro)................. 46.06 4 443 Navy Blue (ep ro)..................................... 46.56 5 3552 The Other Regal (wd ro).......................... 46.46 6 62 1 Killeacle Amelia (md ro).......................... 45.94 Star betting: 5-2 Simply Barntick, Killeacle Amelia, 9-2 Crossfield Kayla, 5 The Other Regal, 11-2 Miss Order, Navy Blue. Saturday, October 16, 2021 in association with 12.09 (A10) 380m 1 6425 COOLCHOLLY TULIP (md ep)................ 24.68 2 54 Dece Ming (md ro).................................. 24.27 3 6635 Worky Ticket (md ro)............................... 24.75 4 5453 Marshalls Mabel (md ro)......................... 24.61 5 4632 Deecees Dot (md ro)............................... 24.63 6 Stophers Boris (md ro)............................ 00.00 Star betting: 7-4 Dece Ming, 9-4 Coolcholly Tulip, 4 Marshalls Mabel, 9-2 Deecees Dot, 6 Worky Ticket, 8 Stophers Boris. 12.24 (Open) 380m 1 1452 Senahel Gent (rl ro).................................. 23.38 2 3111 TWOATHEM (nb) (rl ro)........................... 23.38 3 4112 Auchen Haggis (sa ro)............................ 23.34 4 3121 Moaning Matrix (sa fw)............................ 23.28 5 5113 Classy Lexie (wd ep)............................... 23.85 6 1143 Moaning Diablo (md ep).......................... 23.91 Star betting: 3 Moaning Matrix, 10-3 Twoathem, 7-2 Auchen Haggis, Senahel Gent, 5 Classy Lexie, 11-2 Moaning Diablo. 12.39 (HOR H’dle) 380m 1 4514 Droopys Ref (md ro)................................ 00.00 2 5212 DARBYS BULLET (md ro)....................... 23.54 3 3114 Twenty Years (sa md).............................. 24.04 4 4122 Deadly Brooklyn (ep ro).......................... 24.00 5 4151 Seaglass Smokey (md ro)....................... 00.00 6 2611 Toolmaker Daddy (md ro)........................ 00.00 Star betting: 9-4 Toolmaker Daddy, 3 Seaglass Smokey, 7-2 Darbys Bullet, Deadly Brooklyn, 9-2 Twenty Years, 8 Droopys Ref. 12.54 (Open) 540m 1 2134 Male Order (md ro).................................. 34.74 2 3643 Project Year (md ep)................................ 34.19 3 33 LUBAGH RANGE (md ro)........................ 00.00 4 36 Deni Deni (ep ro)...................................... 34.99 5 5213 Kelva Sky (md ep)................................... 34.40 6 1213 Kelva Liz (md ep)..................................... 00.00 Star betting: 9-4 Project Year, Kelva Liz, 11-4 Kelva Sky, 6 Male Order, Lubagh Range, 8 Deni Deni. 1.09 (A9) 380m 1 3135 Francesca Lola (rl ro).............................. 23.89 2 64 5 Leaha Abbie (sa ro)................................. 24.20 3 4545 Ruffian Blitz (md ro)................................. 24.18 4 5233 NIGHT DREAM (md ro)........................... 23.88 5 4 64 Typical Illusion (ep md)............................ 23.88 6 4334 Hazelhill Dream (wd ro)........................... 23.98 Star betting: 9-4 Francesca Lola, 3 Night Dream, 7-2 Typical Illusion, 4 Hazelhill Dream, 6 Ruffian Blitz, Leaha Abbie. 1.24 (A4) 380m 1 1612 Dark Heart (rl ro)...................................... 23.66 2 4141 ICAALS TORI (rl ep)................................ 23.77 3 3 Ballintarsna Lad (sa ro)........................... 24.41 4 1153 Yacht Whisp (md ep)............................... 23.71 5 Allowdale Jane (rl ro)............................... 00.00 6 521 Moaning Shakira (wd ep)....................... 23.37 Star betting: 6-4 Moaning Shakira, 9-4 Dark Heart, 7-2 Icaals Tori, 4 Yacht Whisp, 8 Allowdale Jane, Ballintarsna Lad. 1.39 (A8) 380m 1 5561 Dece Zarkov (rl ro)................................... 23.97 2 1524 Beaming Bernyee (rl ro).......................... 23.70 3 3552 Moaning Minogue (md ro)....................... 23.82 4 5331 Dece Blue (sa md)................................... 24.01 5 1231 KELVA WILLIAMS (ep md)...................... 24.04 6 2144 Blue Tick Act (sa fw)............................... 23.71 Star betting: 3 Beaming Bernyee, 10-3 Blue Tick Act, 7-2 Moaning Minogue, 9-2 Dece Blue, Kelva Williams, Dece Zarkov. CRAYFORD EVENING (SPORTYSTUFF TV/RPGTV) 7.01 CHUBBYS SONIC (nb) (4).................................................... Brave Ben (5) 7.17 MOVE OVER SINEAD (6)............................................... Daisy Buttons (3) 7.33 HITTHELIDS KID (2).................................................... Aayamza Storm (1) 7.50 SUB ZERO (6).........................................................................Phat Pop (3) 8.05 SPLODGE TRE DAME (1).................................................Saucy Susie (2) 8.20 DROOPYS ENYA (nap) (6)................................................Swift Jaguar (4) 8.37 BLASTOFF MAUD (4)......................................................Out Of Dubai (2) 8.53 GET UP ALI (3)................................................................... Bernies Pal (5) 9.09 FOOTFIELD CHANCE (3)................................................Pineview Girl (2) 9.24 FREYAS DREAM (6).........................................................Cronody Eve (2) 11

12 Saturday, October 16, 2021 DS1ST StarBets BRITAIN’S NUMBER ONE BETTING GUIDE mane casts DOUBLE BID: The globetrotting Addeybb It all Adds up to historic win We are set for a top-class day of action on the Flat as the World Pool meets British Champions Day at Ascot, where the Scoop6 has an estimated £375,000 in the combined pools. Trueshan may be the pick of the bunch in the opening leg. Trained by Alan King, the five-year-old was an excellent winner on very soft ground at Longchamp last time out, after also winning the Goodwood Cup on soft ground. The are plenty of contenders in leg two but the best of them could be Rohaan, who already has two course and distance wins to his name this season. Snowfall is rated the best horse in leg three on an official mark of 120 but gets a 6lb age allowance from main rival Albaflora. If she replicates the form that saw her finish sixth in the Arc, that should be enough to win. Palace Pier suffered the only defeat in his career so far when by LUKE PARKINSON finishing third in the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes last year but is unbeaten in four starts this season and can put the record straight in leg four. The Champion Stakes looks competitive but last year’s winner Addeybb can follow in the steps of Cracksman, Twice Over and Alborada by winning back-to-back renewals. Aldaary gets the vote to round off the Scoop6 with a win in the concluding Balmoral Handicap. Tips Ascot 1.25 Trueshan Ascot 2.00 Rohaan Ascot 2.35 Snowfall Ascot 3.10 Palace Pier Ascot 3.50 Addeybb Ascot 4.30 Aldaary GREY claud African duo to dampen Ranieri’s return ■TON-DERFUL: Sadio Mane will be hoping to score his 100th Premier League goal this lunchtime Steve Anderson was spot-on last week when he tipped 6-1 shots England to beat Andorra 5-0 – and also John McGinn to score in a Scotland victory at odds of 7-2. Sadio Mane and Mo Salah each have their own reason for making Claudio Ranieri’s return to English football one to forget. Both have scoring targets within reach and, with Watford’s defence having conceded at least once in their last 17 Premier League games, the Liverpool pair will be rubbing their hands in anticipation of today’s meeting at Vicarage Road. The Anfield men are 4-11 with Betfred for the win, with Watford a big 17-2 to give new boss Ranieri an unlikely winning start. The draw is 9-2. Senegalese forward Mane is poised to reach a huge milestone – he’s scored 99 Premier League goals so one more today will make him just the third African player to hit a ton after Didier Drogba and Salah. Only Les Ferdinand and Emile Heskey have scored 100 without any being penalties, so Mane has twin targets. He’s 21-20 to net at any time and an enhanced 6-1 with Sky Bet to score the first, and I reckon he can reach that century of goals. I’d also back Salah to join Mane on the scoresheet – he has been the form striker this season for Jurgen by STEVE ANDERSON Klopp’s men and has found the net in Liverpool’s last seven games in all competitions. Salah has never scored in eight consecutive matches and he’s 3-1 to hit the first. But Sky Bet have an enhanced evens on the Egyptian ace getting at least one shot on target and those odds simply can’t be ignored. Salah is also top of the Premier’s expected goals figures this season with 5.37 – and with Mane his nearest challenger on 4.9, Ranieri’s task of stopping the pair becomes clear. I’d also take Sky Bet’s 7-2 that both Mane and Salah find the target – while I like the look of Sky Bet’s 25-1 that Salah scores first and Liverpool win 3-0. Ranieri, however, has won four of his five Premier League home games against Liverpool. His home win rate against the Reds is the best in Premier League history, for any manager with a minimum of five games played. But I’m expecting him to be a loser today and as a final word I’d suggest Liverpool on the handicap at 5-2 giving Watford a two-goals start. In Scotland, Rangers meet unbeaten Hearts in a top-ofthe-table clash at Ibrox. I’d expect this to be very tight, so take Sky Bet’s 7-4 that Rangers win 1-0, 2-0 or 2-1. I’d also go for the 7-2 that it’s a draw HT, Rangers to win FT. With the latest international break consigned to history, we can look forward to another London derby this evening as Brentford welcome European champs Chelsea to the Brentford Community Stadium. It is the first league meeting between the pair since 1947, although Chelsea have recorded a couple of 4-0 success in recent FA Cup matches. Bees can sting Chelsea with a goal at least by MARK PEARSON Brentford have certainly enjoyed their start to life in the Premier League, picking up 12 points from a possible 21. Only an injury-time Brighton winner has prevented Thomas Frank’s side from being unbeaten. Brentford’s Ivan Toney (right) is 23-10 to score any time, while Yoane Wissa is 4-1 having bagged four in his last three games. Those two, along with Bryan Mbeumo and Sergi Canos, make the Bees a significant threat on goal. They are 11-2 to add another three points, with Chelsea – who will be minus Antonio Rudiger and potentially Romelu Lukaku – rated 8-13 shots. Chelsea will be looking to PEARSON’S TOP PICK HAMISH Ascot 1.25 take the sting out of their opposition early and cement their position as league leaders, having stopped a run of three games without a victory when 3-1 winners over Southampton last time. It’s a tougher game to call than the odds suggest and 11-8 about Brentford avoiding defeat looks fair, but both teams to score at 21-20 seems a safer play. Tomorrow, all eyes will be on St James’ Park for the start of the new Saudi era as Newcastle host Spurs. It’s another game where I see goals but both teams to score is short at 8-13. Spurs to win while failing to keep a clean sheet at 11-4 looks the fairest bet.

DS1ST 8 pages of word and number puzzles to stretch you! JUMBO CROSSWORD 1 ACROSS 12 Awakens (6,5) 13 Cause (6) 14 Excellent (6) 16 Fool (4) 17 Well (2,3,4) 18 More competent (5) 19 Importance (4) 20 Crooked (9) 22 Ties (5) 23 TV presenter (6,3) 27 Announce (7) 30 Border (6) 31 Socket (4) 32 Likewise (5) 35 Aim (4) 36 Interrupted (5,2) 38 Begin (4) 39 Book (7) 42 Issues (6) 45 Is apt (5) 46 File (7) 47 Job (4) 48 Tools (4) 50 Feels (7) 52 Desires (5) 54 Tell (6) 56 Maker (7) 57 Crack (4) 59 Break (4,3) 61 Heavens! (4) 64 Bird (5) 66 Now (4) 67 Inequitable (6) 69 Splash (7) 72 Don’t understand (4,2,3) 73 Guide (5) 74 Surprising (9) 79 Truncheon (4) 81 Classed (5) 82 Persuade (3,6) 83 Unsightly (4) 85 Suppose (6) 86 Rebuke (6) 87 Easy (5,2,4) DOWN 1 Sketch (4) 2 Grab (6) 3 Give (6) 4 Dispute (7) 5 Not enough (5) 6 Researched (6,4) 7 Last (5) 8 With emotion (9) 9 Stiff (7) 10 Drive (4) 11 Agreement (8) 15 Increasing (6) 21 Perfect (5) 24 Clothing (7) 25 Delude (4,2) 26 Toast (6) 28 Weapon (5) 29 Bone (3) 33 Sign (7) 34 Fear (6) 37 Pries (5) 40 Call (5) 41 VIP (3,4) 43 Building (5) 44 Teach (6) 46 Uncertainty (5) 49 Dog (7) 51 Caught (6) 53 Ploy (6) 55 Settle (5) 58 Leaving (7,3) 60 Knock (3) 62 Back (5) 63 Figure (9) 65 Quickly (2,1,5) 68 Cold (6) 70 Got on (7) 71 Dependable (7) 75 Keen (3-3) 76 Begin (6) 77 Love (5) 78 Run off (5) 80 Spell (4) 84 Enjoy (4) nUMBeRCRUnCh FOLLOW the instructions from left to right, starting with the number given, to reach an answer at the end of the row. Set your own 30-second challenge: you have 30 seconds for the BEGINNER task. For a greater challenge, try BEGINNER and INTERMEDIATE in 60 seconds and true mental gymnasts should try INTERMEDIATE and GENIUS in 90 seconds together. BEGINNER INTERMEDIATE GENIUS 24 319 3/4 OF THIS +37 ÷5 -4 x9 REVERSE THE TAKE 148 -27 THE SQUARE ROOT 6/11 OF THIS +158 +27 x4 -67 75% OF THIS -65 DIGITS 7/8 OF THIS +55 +45 80% OF THIS +75 TAKE THE CUBE ROOT TAKE THE SQUARE ROOT 4/13 OF THIS x13

2 5 6 8 4 7 1 6 5 2 9 3 6 4 8 mINI qUIz 1 1. The Merino is a breed of which animal? 2. Which former Manchester United footballer played for England 106 times from 1957 to 1973, scoring 49 goals? 3. Which American actor, who attended school in England, starred in the films High Noon and Mr Deeds Goes to Town? 4. On which island did Napoleon die? 5. Which author wrote The Shining, Carrie and The Green Mile? GIANT SUDOKU SUDOKU TRAIN 9 2 3 6 5 6 5 8 4 7 3 5 4 2 1 6 8 3 1 8 7 2 Every row, every column and every 5 x 5 box must contain every digit from 1 to 9 and every letter from K to Z. Work through the sudoku train as the puzzles get more and more tricky! EASY 1 3 4 6 9 9 6 1 8 2 9 1 6 3 2 7 8 2 6 5 4 1 6 8 2 3 7 3 6 7 8 5 5 4 2 1 3 6 7 2 8 5 1 7 DS1ST Get solving, there’s a rich mix of puzzles mINIDOKU Mini sudoku fun right here, start the timer and complete each one as fast as you can, have a competition with yourself! 4 3 4 1 2 4 5 3 6 1 2 1 4 1 6 2 3 3 4 6 2 4 2 6 6 2 5 1 3 4 3 1 2 1 1 2 3 6 2 4 8 1 1 6 2 4 2 4 9 5 7 5 8 2 7 3 4 5 1 8 mED

DS1ST here for you to get your teeth into! FUTOSHIKI Insert the numbers one to five in each row and each column, making sure that no number is repeated. The only symbols to guide you are the “greater than” (>) and “less than” (<) signs. 8 12 22 30 5 10 2 23 11 11 8 17 13 9 18 15 22 21 17 15 5 11 23 28 18 9 18 10 13 14 7 16 5 42 MINI qUIz 2 1. By what name were the opponents of the Cavaliers known in the English Civil War? 2. Who was Queen of England for less than two weeks in 1553? 3. What was the pen name of the British author Eric Blair? 4. Which novel by Charles Dickens features the character Abel Magwitch? 5. Which British author wrote the poem The Hunting of the Snark? KaKURO Fill in each series of blank squares using the numbers 1 to 9. Each series – across and down – must add up to the number in the shaded box at the beginning or top of the series. A number may be repeated in each line but not in a series. 24 12 16 10 13 KILLER SUDOKU Give a killer a try! Each row and column hold the numbers 1 to 9 and the numbers in the cages must add to the given total. No number can be repeated in a cage. 1 13 8 8 19 8 12 9 9 12 14 15 3 9 13 11 6 7 10 19 3 21 22 11 23 4 aLpHaDOKU A 9 x 9 sudoku but with the letters R to Z instead of numbers. U S T V U X V W R Z X Y Z X T Z Y S V W S R T W U TINYDOKU Tinier sudoku satisfaction to be found here. 1 2 3 1 2 4 2 4 3 4 1 2 18 12 7 11 13 11 21 15 9 7 9 12 7 16 21 7 11 7 13 9 15 7 7 19 22 11 11 11 10 7 10 25 14 16 IUM 4 8 5 5 2 7 6 9 1 2 6 9 5 4 7 4 1 6 9 8 3 4 1 7 6 3 1 2 4 2 1 2 2 5 8 2 9 4 1 7 9 6 5 8 4 9 4 6 9 5 7 8 3 4 2 7 2 8 1 3 5 HaRD 9 1 2 4 8 8 6 1 4 7 1 3 8 5 3 4 6 7 5 2 4 7 6 8 6 4

DS1ST 4 SPOT THE DIFFERENCE Can you spot the 5 differences between these two pictures of Jodie Comer? quIzzy TIME 1. Which pop group featured Martin Kemp and Tony Hadley? 2. Which British dramatist wrote The Winslow Boy and The Browning Version? 3. What name is given to the right to receive daylight into a building if it has been unobstructed for twenty years? 4. Which actress starred in the films Annie Hall and Baby Boom? 5. On which Manhattan street is the New York Stock Exchange? 6. In the Old Testament, which city was captured by Joshua when its walls fell at the blast of the trumpets? 7. What is the second largest state of the United States? 8. Who wrote the play Cat on a Hot Tin Roof? 9. In which country is Mount Popocatepetl? 10. What is the capital of the Bahamas? ClOCkwORD The solutions from 1 to 12 are all six-letter words ending with the letter R in the centre. Moving clockwise from 1, the letters in the orange outer ring will spell out the name of a US-born jazz musician. 11 12 1 10 2 9 R 3 8 4 7 6 5 MIRROR IMAGE Which of the shapes A-D is an exact mirror image of the original? 1. Area 2. Meteorological line 7. B-52, for example 8. Rubber ORIGINAL A B C D 3. Eat greedily 4. Closer 9. Jailer 10. Aircraft garage 5. Potion 11. One or the other 6. Over there 12. Tremble

DS1ST 5 logic Using the grid below, mark where each bird species was found Students in the ecology class at Fairview School were set the task of capturing a variety of birds and measuring their wingspans. Bill and Maggie were paired together. Unfortunately, they were having so much fun watching the birds that they forgot to write down their measurements. Fortunately, each of them could remember some of the data that they collected. “It’s not surprising that we only managed to sample one firecrest as they are notoriously rare. “The bird’s wingspan was smaller than the average for the birds that we captured in the meadow,” said Bill. “It looks as though we sampled 13 birds in the woodland habitat, giving an average wingspan that was 10cm longer than the nuthatch average wingspan,” replied Maggie. “Fewer red-backed shrikes were captured than the birds with an average wingspan of 36cm. “I remember sampling one of these bird species at the farmland,” said Bill. “The blue tits we captured had an average wing span of 18cm. We sampled fewer of these than the bird with an average wingspan of 24cm,” added Maggie. O L M E DoUBlE jigworD “We sampled more than 10 birds in the garden, giving the second largest average wingspan,” said Bill. From their conversation Maggie and Bill were able to collate their measurements and hand in their completed field report. Can you link each bird species to the habitat it was found in and its wingspan? O B E D I E N T C O R N R A P P L I A N C E T P U N BATTlESHiPS O B EL D IM E NE OT B E D I E N O T B E D I E N T A R M A C D A R I OM L A L HR O DI IVN LE CL RO DO I SR C N C R O R N R Arrange these crossword fragments to create two completed symmetrical crosswords. N B A PN P LB E EI AN IN CA ET EP P L I HA N A C P E P L I A N C E O I EB L N T T E SU IT RN A B LP E U O B E D I N T T N L A M NM B E PE O O A B N PE PD P YI O E P N P T Y O P U N T L I M I E space. Ships do not touch each other, even diagonally. R M NA R H I V E D I S CI V E RD C O R N H I S I C M A MD I D I OL C L M L L O RO O HR R N H A R V E D I S C E I T N M A A E O D R H N I I D L A L O IN A N C E T A P L A P I A P N L C I E A N C E E H B HB E N AN P H E SE E A E P A R S E A R I T 1 2 H 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 N B N E A N U D E S I R B DL E S I R A B T T U P N U N D L E N P NP O O P AP P N P OY AY B EN A A N BD AI NE N PT BO EP DP IY E N T S I R B L E D I S C R T I I R T I H I V H I D V E I S C D I S C R I R O S T R A L S CH E M T A O T L O E R M A L O T M L E E M E A O L M E M O R H M NC O OR RH N T I I R H N A C O N D A N A C O N D E I T I T H H A A A P E S S AA R P S A R M P L P A A S D R I M L A L D O I L A L R O B M A D I L L O E A P S E A R HI EA AN AP CP SE P LE IA AR N C E A C O D A N B N N B E N E N B N C E N BA L EA AD AS D IT N NR E A S B I B R LP AN E A N BU TA L P EN OA P P N Y U B A N N P O P P Y IT A IL E RM A A LR E MT A RH T TI I E O L B A M N E P O P P Y D E TV IE S I MR TD I I O HL SIE RC R VM EA HT DE I S M C O R H S N DS A P SA N PA C AE S A R M A D M I L O L O R H E SO N N AI D C H O AT ES N A D P ES A N B H S EH N IPA E P EA T S R E H A E HR A P S F E A R D E S B I R AN A N B A D P LEN O E A S P IA PN R Y A B LN N E A AG N R T S M I T A O IR L S E T RM TA A L HT IE E M IA S T T RE A L E M H A T E A N A C H O ES N A D PS A A S NS P A E CS A O S R NP D AS S S P S I N A A N J S T A L E M A T E S S P S 0 4 0 4 1 3 2 3 1 2 Blackbird Blue tit Firecrest Nuthatch Shrike 1 4 10 13 15 Woodland Garden Farmland Meadow River bank 16cm 18cm 24cm Find where the fleet of ships is hidden in the grid. The numbers to the right of and below the grid show how many squares in that row are filled in with ships or parts of ships. Some squares have been filled in to start you off, a coloured square denotes a clear THE FLEET 26cm 36cm Woodland Garden Farmland Meadow River bank 1 4 10 13 15 2 2 2 3 1 4 1 2 1 2 1 x Battleship 2 x Cruiser 3 x Destroyer 4 x Submarine

DS1ST 6 ARROW WORD Lack of faith Checked out (5,2) Low-cost Consume Region of Germany Expire Scrimp Clumsily Aches Harass Desk The _, Kidman film Ballot Engulfing _ Egan, pictured Make-up items Austrian capital Stride Winter sport Bitter taste Breakfast food Pastry dish Habits Astute Abyss _ Grier, US actress African country Mystic Nets Extreme fears Cheer Charlotte _, author Savoury jelly British coins Work in progress (1,1,1) Recently Fish eggs Delve into Makes a cow noise Slanted typing bRAin teAseRs 1) Rachel and Tom’s wedding colour scheme is green. Tom doesn’t want the bridesmaids’ dresses to be mint or viridian. The tablecloths will be teal or forest green. No one will be wearing teal or mint. Either the waistcoats or the chair ribbons will be viridian. If each thing is a different shade, what colour should each thing be? 2) Which two words meaning ‘former’ and ‘perform’ combine into one meaning ‘precise’? 3) Find the Austen characters in these anagrams: a) Show Ideal Donor, b) Nice Frypan, c) Weigh Gecko Arm. Anarchy Bryan _, Canadian singer Game Frenzied Dined Light brown Liquid measure Disregard _ Coward, playwright Honest _ the Woods, 2015 film Gary _, British actor Cancel out Slippery fish Martin _, pictured Assault Away Late world leader, _ Mandela Agitated Trunk muscle (abbr.) Having weapons Droopy Charge Arab noble Air Can you bend your brain around this selection of tricky teasers? 4) I’m thinking of a two-digit number that divides by three. Both of the digits of the number are greater than three. One of the digits is three greater than the other. The number is less than three times the value of three cubed. What must my number be? 5) Mr Orville has four pet birds. The canary isn’t called Ruby or Thelma. The budgie is named after a famous politician. Neither Phyllis nor Winston is a cockatoo. Ruby isn’t a finch, so what is each bird called? 6) Which two words meaning ‘away’ and ‘throw’ combine into one meaning ‘exile’? Greased Allow Do it yourself (1,1,1) Border Body part Upper limit Spiteful Destroy Anger Short form of Edward Fabulous (slang) 7) Find the fictional cats in these anagrams: a) Deaf Girl, b) Spoon Is Bust, c) Hectic Hares. 8) Anton and Bertha need a training schedule for a dance competition. At the end of each week the percentage of things they can’t do reduces by half, while the chance that they get too injured to compete is 5%. If they start at 0% proficiency and 100% health, in which week will the percentages match? Get solving, there’s a rich mix of puzzles WORDseARch Find these European countries in the grid below. Words can run forwards, backwards, up, down and diagonally. A Y I S D N A L R E H T E N F D L A P O R T U G A L V I Q I E A U Z W I E R G C E A N D N N T S B K C E P O E P G B Y L M I T Q C E N J S S L I U N A A S R T C R R T R D A I L A N R B I E U S O U N E T R G M D K E A G R N V A J N V E A R N K L W Z I P L A T F I L R E B N G Y A V O R K F I A A I G Y V I J G P Z L R K H A N A H M O U M N H A A W W R U D Y R B E M J E U N X D C Q Y K N A M X U P W C Y R A G N U H T T V N E D E W S L S U R P Y C S U AUSTRIA BELGIUM BULGARIA CROATIA CYPRUS DENMARK ESTONIA numbeRfit Can you fit all the listed numbers into the grid? 4 digits 1874 4247 4656 7434 5 digits 24842 64851 68574 78654 6 digits 121450 284129 343735 451425 479140 820868 842352 875120 FINLAND FRANCE GERMANY GREECE HUNGARY IRELAND ITALY 7 digits 4041659 4265124 8236484 9812458 LATVIA NETHERLANDS POLAND PORTUGAL SPAIN SWEDEN 5 2 7 4 5 8 7 5 8 digits 19754245 28456078 49765426 52745875

DS1ST 7 here for you to get your teeth into! JUMBO CROSSWORD 2 ACROSS 13 Compliment (3,7) 14 Harshly (7) 15 Notice (6) 16 Convert (6) 17 Fell (7) 18 Mistaken (5) 19 Revolted (4) 20 Fracture (5) 21 Bed (5) 22 Laps (6) 23 Blow (5) 28 Information (3-4) 30 Initially (2,5) 33 Elderly (7,2) 36 Apt (6) 38 Joke (5) 39 Angry (5) 40 Hate (6) 42 Distributed (5) 43 Arises (5,2) 44 Clinch (6) 46 Tie (4) 49 Frank (4) 51 Help (6) 53 Authenticated (7) 55 Nautical cry (5) 59 Noiseless (6) 60 Lustre (5) 61 Privilege (5) 62 Artist (6) 63 No arguments! (5,4) 65 Chickenfeed (7) 66 Aloof (7) 70 Pinnacles (5) 71 Corresponds (6) 73 Refuse (5) 75 Superb (5) 80 Dry (4) 82 Number (5) 83 Ease (7) 84 Against (6) 85 Enlarge (4,2) 86 Definitely! (3,4) 87 Rehearse (3,7) DOWN 1 Sire (6) 2 Usual (8) 3 Intended (5) 4 Surpasses (7) 5 Free (3,3) 6 Rot (5) 7 Kill (6) 8 Arrives (5,2) 9 Gracious! (2,8) 10 Hauls (5) 11 Nullify (8) 12 Observes (4) 24 Garments (7) 25 Charming (5) 26 Learns (5,2) 27 Followed (7) 29 Tree (5) 31 Business (5) 32 Strike (4) 34 Over (6) 35 Rushed (4) 37 Remainder (7) 41 Finished (3,4) 45 Understanding (6) 47 Dog (7) 48 Keeping (7) 50 Please (7) 52 Climb (4) 54 Power (5) 56 Grim (5) 57 Simple (4) 58 Band (5) 60 Amazing (10) 64 Remove (4,4) 67 Attacked (6,2) 68 Encores (7) 69 Show (7) 72 Yell (6) 74 Fruit (6) 76 Give (6) 77 Pulls up (5) 78 Hearty (5) 79 Boat (5) 81 Trundle (4) CODEWORDS The number in each square corresponds to a letter. Work out the words in the grid using the letters provided. Fill in these known letters first, then use skill and judgement to work out the others. 1 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 2 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 3 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 L A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 O L 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 O S

DS1ST 8 NUMBERCRUNCH FOLLOW the instructions from left to right, starting with the number given, to reach an answer at the end of the row. Set your own 30-second challenge: you have 30 seconds for the BEGINNER task. For a greater challenge, try BEGINNER and INTERMEDIATE in 60 seconds and true mental gymnasts should try INTERMEDIATE and GENIUS in 90 seconds together. BEGINNER INTERMEDIATE GENIUS 78 9 +17 x2 REVERSE THE DIGITS TAKE 44 +77 THE SQUARE ROOT 5/6 OF THIS +173 TAKE THE SQUARE ROOT -3 x13 -19 +7 x6 -24 80% OF THIS +86 3/8 OF THIS 6/7 OF THIS 4/7 OF THIS -52 INCREASE BY 75% +177 7/12 OF THIS +76 MINI QUIZ 1 Sheep, 2 Bobby Charlton, 3 Gary Cooper, 4 St Helena, 5 Stephen King. 1 Roundheads, 2 Lady Jane Grey, 3 George Orwell, 4 Great Expectations, 5 Lewis Carroll. MINIDOKU TINY DOKU 1 4 1 6 3 2 5 2 5 2 1 3 4 6 3 4 2 1 3 5 6 1 2 2 5 3 6 4 1 6 2 4 1 5 3 5 3 1 4 6 2 3 6 2 5 1 4 1 4 5 2 3 6 ARROW WORD B S P F S D O U B T H U R R A H T R I E D O N A T E C H E A P B R O N T E E A T P I E T A N R U H R A S P I C S L I P S T I C K S O P D V O T E N A S I D E I I N U N D A T I N G L E T E K E A C I D N E G L E C T I N E L E G A N T L Y D I Y P A N G S M O O S E M N A G W I S E O L D M A N P I T L N E G A T E P A M V E X E D L A T E L Y I E R I T R E A E M I R O C C U L T A U R A M E S H E S A R M E D 4 6 3 2 5 1 2 3 6 5 1 4 1 5 4 6 2 3 3 4 2 1 6 5 6 1 5 4 3 2 Species Blackbird Blue tit Firecrest Nuthatch Shrike 5 3 6 1 4 2 3 6 4 2 1 5 1 5 2 4 6 3 2 1 5 6 3 4 6 4 3 5 2 1 Wingspan 36cm 18cm 16cm 26cm 24cm LOGIC 8 7 4 6 5 4 1 2 1 4 5 0 8 4 2 3 5 2 0 3 4 5 7 1 1 8 7 4 1 9 7 5 4 2 4 5 6 6 4 5 2 9 8 1 2 4 5 8 7 8 6 5 4 8 9 8 7 2 4 8 4 2 4 2 6 5 1 2 4 7 5 6 3 8 4 9 7 6 5 4 2 6 4 2 4 7 1 0 8 4 6 1 3 4 3 7 3 5 8 7 5 1 2 0 0 8 1 4 6 9 ANSWERS: 1) The bridesmaids’ dresses should be forest green, the tablecloths teal, the waistcoats viridian and the chair ribbons mint. 2) Ex-act. 3) a) Elinor Dashwood, b) Fanny Price, c) George Wickham. 4) 69. 5) The budgie is called Winston, the cockatoo Ruby, the canary Phyllis and the finch Thelma. 6) Out-cast. 7) a) Garfield, b) Puss In Boots, c) Cheshire Cat. 8) The third week. Habitat Woodland Meadow River bank Garden Farmland 4 3 2 1 2 1 4 3 3 4 1 2 1 2 3 4 NUMBERFIT BRAIN TEASERS No. sampled JUMBO CROSSWORD 1 4 2 3 1 3 1 4 2 1 4 2 3 2 3 1 4 ACROSS: 12 Brings round, 13 Motive, 14 Tiptop, 16 Twit, 17 In the pink, 18 Abler, 19 Note, 20 Dishonest, 22 Binds, 23 Anchor man, 27 Declare, 30 Margin, 31 Hole, 32 Ditto, 35 Plan, 36 Broke in, 38 Open, 39 Reserve, 42 Utters, 45 Tends, 46 Dossier, 47 Task, 48 Awls, 50 Handles, 52 Urges, 54 Relate, 56 Creator, 57 Snap, 59 Time out, 61 Gosh, 64 Pipit, 66 Here, 67 Unfair, 69 Spatter, 72 Fail to see, 73 Pilot, 74 Startling, 79 Club, 81 Rated, 82 Get around, 83 Ugly, 85 Assume, 86 Earful, 87 Piece of cake. DOWN: 1 Draw, 2 Snatch, 3 Assign, 4 Contest, 5 Under, 6 Looked into, 7 Final, 8 Feelingly, 9 Starchy, 10 Spin, 11 Contract, 15 Rising, 21 Ideal, 24 Raiment, 25 Take in, 26 Cheers, 28 Lance, 29 Rib, 33 Portent, 34 Terror, 37 Noses, 40 Visit, 41 Big shot, 43 Tower, 44 School, 46 Doubt, 49 Spaniel, 51 Landed, 53 Gambit, 55 Light, 58 Pouring out, 60 Tap, 62 Stern, 63 Seventeen, 65 In a flash, 68 Frosty, 70 Boarded, 71 Staunch, 75 Red-hot, 76 Launch, 77 Adore, 78 Drain, 80 Bout, 84 Like. 13 4 1 15 10 1 SOLUTIONS GIANT SUDOKU FUTOSHIKI 5 2 3 1 4 4 5 1 2 3 1 4 2 3 5 3 1 5 4 2 2 3 4 5 1 7 1 8 6 3 9 4 5 2 3 4 5 2 1 8 7 6 9 2 6 9 7 4 5 1 8 3 6 2 3 4 7 1 5 9 8 KILLER SUDOKU 9 7 1 8 5 2 3 4 6 8 5 4 9 6 3 2 7 1 4 3 7 1 8 6 9 2 5 5 9 6 3 2 4 8 1 7 1 8 2 5 9 7 6 3 4 2 ALpHADOKU Y S R T W X U V Z U X V Z Y S T W R W T Z R V U S X Y S R Y W Z T V U X X V W S U R Y Z T T Z U Y X V W R S R U T V S Z X Y W Z W X U T Y R S V V Y S X R W Z T U 2 7 9 1 3 8 6 4 5 3 4 8 6 5 2 9 7 1 6 5 1 9 7 4 3 8 2 WORDSEARCH 1 6 7 2 9 3 4 5 8 8 3 5 7 4 6 2 1 9 4 9 2 5 8 1 7 3 6 A Y I S D N A L R E H T E N F D L A P O R T U G A L V I Q I E A U Z W I E R G C E A N D N N T S B K C E P O E P G B Y L M I T Q C E N J S S L I U N A A S R T C R R T R D A I L A N R B I E U S O U N E T R G M D K E A G R N V A J N V E A R N K L W Z I P L A T F I L R E B N G Y A V O R K F I A A I G Y V I J G P Z L R K H A N A H M O U M N H A A W W R U D Y R B E M J E U N X D C Q Y K N A M X U P W C Y R A G N U H T T V N E D E W S L S U R P Y C S U 9 2 3 4 1 5 8 6 7 5 8 6 3 2 7 1 9 4 7 1 4 8 6 9 5 2 3 EASY MEDIUM HARD 6 2 3 6 SUDOKU TRAIN KAKURO 9 3 4 7 8 9 8 9 2 3 2 4 1 8 1 2 4 5 7 8 7 9 7 9 8 9 7 6 6 4 1 4 1 5 4 3 1 5 1 7 4 2 6 3 9 8 6 8 3 9 7 1 5 4 2 9 4 2 8 5 3 7 1 6 8 3 9 2 6 5 4 7 1 1 2 6 7 4 9 8 5 3 4 7 5 3 1 8 2 6 9 2 9 1 5 3 4 6 8 7 3 6 4 1 8 7 9 2 5 7 5 8 6 9 2 1 3 4 1 4 7 1 6 3 2 5 8 9 3 9 2 4 8 5 6 7 1 5 6 8 7 9 1 3 2 4 6 4 7 1 5 8 9 3 2 1 2 5 9 6 3 8 4 7 9 8 3 2 7 4 1 6 5 7 1 9 8 2 6 4 5 3 2 5 6 3 4 9 7 1 8 8 3 4 5 1 7 2 9 6 1 6 9 1 7 4 3 8 5 2 8 4 3 1 5 2 6 7 9 2 5 7 8 6 9 1 4 3 1 7 9 4 8 5 3 2 6 4 2 8 6 3 1 5 9 7 3 6 5 9 2 7 4 8 1 9 3 4 2 1 8 7 6 5 5 8 2 3 7 6 9 1 4 7 1 6 5 9 4 2 3 8 2 8 9 1 8 1 2 8 4 6 3 5 9 7 3 4 5 2 9 7 6 1 8 7 6 9 1 8 5 2 3 4 5 9 4 8 2 6 1 7 3 8 7 6 9 3 1 4 2 5 2 1 3 5 7 4 8 6 9 4 8 2 7 1 9 3 5 6 9 3 1 6 5 8 7 4 2 6 5 7 3 4 2 9 8 1 6 4 8 5 9 3 1 7 2 5 1 7 4 8 2 9 6 3 9 3 2 7 6 1 4 8 5 7 6 9 1 5 8 2 3 4 8 2 4 6 3 9 5 1 7 3 5 1 2 4 7 6 9 8 4 7 5 3 1 6 8 2 9 2 9 6 8 7 5 3 4 1 1 8 3 9 2 4 7 5 6 6 9 3 5 2 1 8 4 7 5 2 4 9 8 7 1 3 6 7 1 8 4 6 3 2 5 9 1 3 5 2 9 4 6 7 8 4 7 9 6 1 8 3 2 5 8 6 2 3 7 5 9 1 4 2 8 7 1 5 6 4 9 3 3 5 1 8 4 9 7 6 2 9 4 6 7 3 2 5 8 1 DOUBLE JIGWORD O B E D I E N T C O R N R A P P L I A N C E T P U N H I V E D I S C E I T H D E S I R A B L E R T I I R A N A C O N D A BATTLESHIpS JUMBO CROSSWORD 2 2 2 2 O L M E A R M A D I L L O N B N E B A N P O P P Y M O R H H E A P S E A R N A A N S T A L E M A T E S S P S SpOT THE DIFFERENCE Jodie’s hair is longer, a flower is missing from her neckline and the inner part of her dress is longer. The face on the right is facing in the opposite direction and an ‘M’ has become an ‘R’ on the left. MIRROR IMAGE QUIZZY TIME 1 Spandau Ballet; 2 Terence Rattigan; 3 Ancient lights; 4 Diane Keaton; 5 Wall Street; 6 Jericho; 7 Texas; 8 Tennessee Williams; 9 Mexico; 10 Nassau. CLOCKWORD 1 Sector, 2 Isobar, 3 Devour, 4 Nearer, 5 Elixir, 6 Yonder, 7 Bomber, 8 Eraser, 9 Captor, 10 Hangar, 11 Either, 12 Tremor. US-born jazz musician is Sidney Bechet. CODEWORD 1: 1B, 2H, 3X, 4S, 5Q, 6O, 7D, 8R, 9W, 10K, 11M, 12U, 13J, 14N, 15L, 16V, 17T, 18E, 19Y, 20P, 21F, 22C, 23I, 24Z, 25A, 26G 2: 1O, 2M, 3D, 4F, 5A, 6H, 7Y, 8R, 9L, 10K, 11P, 12Q, 13E, 14U, 15C, 16I, 17G, 18B, 19X, 20T, 21Z, 22S, 23W, 24J, 25N, 26V 3: 1I, 2D, 3H, 4B, 5J, 6F, 7G, 8Z, 9M, 10L, 11A, 12X, 13S, 14E, 15P, 16Q, 17Y, 18K, 19T, 20N, 21C, 22R, 23O, 24U, 25W, 26V NUMBERCRUNCH 1. 9 44 78. 2. 18 132 265. ACROSS: 13 Pay tribute, 14 Roughly, 15 Review, 16 Change, 17 Dropped, 18 Wrong, 19 Rose, 20 Break, 21 Berth, 22 Rounds, 23 Punch, 28 Low-down, 30 At first, 33 Getting on, 36 Liable, 38 Crack, 39 Cross, 40 Loathe, 42 Dealt, 43 Comes up, 44 Settle, 46 Lash, 49 Open, 51 Assist, 53 Stamped, 55 Avast, 59 Silent, 60 Shine, 61 Right, 62 Turner, 63 That’s flat, 65 Peanuts, 66 Distant, 70 Peaks, 71 Agrees, 73 Scrap, 75 Great, 80 Arid, 82 Three, 83 Relieve, 84 Averse, 85 Blow up, 86 Not half, 87 Run through. DOWN: 1 Father, 2 Standard, 3 Aimed, 4 Outdoes, 5 Let out, 6 Tripe, 7 Murder, 8 Shows up, 9 My goodness, 10 Drags, 11 Overturn, 12 Sees, 24 Clothes, 25 Sweet, 26 Picks up, 27 Stalked, 29 Olive, 31 Trade, 32 Sock, 34 Across, 35 Tore, 37 Balance, 41 All over, 45 Treaty, 47 Mastiff, 48 Storing, 50 Prithee, 52 Shin, 54 Might, 56 Stern, 57 Mere, 58 Strip, 60 Staggering, 64 Take down, 67 Turned on, 68 Repeats, 69 Pageant, 72 Scream, 74 Cherry, 76 Assign, 77 Stops, 78 Bluff, 79 Yacht. 81 Roll. B

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FEATURES Keep it clean, Kerry! In the run-up to COP26, the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference, check out these shows about the global crisis Jon challenges Kerry to wear her rubbish Kerry Katona tells us why she decided to look Celebrity trash Monsters: and smell awful What’s your Waste size? Sunday, 9pm, Channel 4 for a good cause T pping poinT the earthshot Prize 2021 Sunday, 8pm, BBC One Created by Prince William, the inaugural ceremony at Alexandra Palace in London will award the Earthshot Prize for solutions to combat climate change. Hosted by Dermot O’Leary and Clara Amfo, the star-studded event will see £1 million handed out to five innovators, with performances from acts including Coldplay, Ed Sheeran and KSI. Dermot said, “I hope audiences will be full of hope. And believe we can have a better future.” hoW We Forgot to save the Planet Tuesday, 10.15pm, Channel 4 A funny look at the history of climate change from comedian Kieran Hodgson, with impressions and sketches from the likes of Morgana Robinson and Simon Bird. Climate change warrior Jon Richardson set three celebrities the challenge of wearing their own trash to put a spotlight on their household’s carbon footprint. Football icon John Barnes, model Jodie Kidd and reality star Kerry Katona all wore a trash suit for two weeks, which got bigger as more of their rubbish was added. Here, Kerry, 41, tells us how awful the experience proved to be… Hi Kerry! Why did you sign up to Trash Monsters? I’m one of those people – I’ll put plastics on the side, rather than putting it in the bin, thinking, “Right, I’ll sort it out later.” I’ll go to work then come home and the kitchen’s a s**t-tip because my kids are scruffy little gits. I then get so frustrated, I just put it all in one bin bag. Were you a bit embarrassed about how little you knew? I was embarrassed. It seemed like a subject that was for a certain kind of class. I might have a nice big house, my kids might go to John, Kerry and Jodie tackle their trash private school, they’re all wellspoken, but I’m not from that upbringing. I came from a council estate. The first thing I remember about recycling was when we got a bottle bin, you know where you’d leave your empties? And that was all I knew. I want to learn. Why do you think you haven’t been aware of climate change before now? The thing is, out of sight, out of mind. I wasn’t going to bed thinking, “Oh, I wonder where that plastic milk bottle went today.” What is your worst habit when it comes to this topic? Oh definitely takeaways. I was in our new house for six months and never cooked a single meal. Do you worry about the impact of climate change? I’m starting to, if I’m honest. You think, “It’s not going to happen in my lifetime or my great-grandkids’ lifetime.” But it’s actually like, “S**t, it’s on our doorstep.” But I’ll have a read about it on the news and it scares me, so I’ll ignore it. You put it to the back of your mind. What shocked you the most from everything you learnt during filming? I was gobsmacked that if you throw a pizza box in recycling, it needs to be cleaned first. If there’s a bit of grease on the box, you have to rip around that piece of grease otherwise it contaminates all of the bin. What was it like seeing all your rubbish laid out in the field? I was embarrassed, not only as a human, but as a mum. I felt Jon hosts the ashamed, eco-awareness like my kids programme were all on takeaways. It feels wrong but they’re alive. I kept them all alive. It’s not like they’re eating scraps out of the f**king skip. You know what I mean? I actually want my kids alive and don’t want to poison them, so I get somebody else cooking for them! What was it like wearing the trash suit? I wanted to be sick, I’m not going to lie. I hated every minute. Get me back on SAS: Who Dares Wins or back in the Jungle, than one more day wearing that suit. I’d rather have a witchetty grub in my mouth any day than wear that trash suit again. If it was scratch and sniff TV, you would all be barfing up your dinners at home. I’m not even bulls**ting you. It actually ruined my whole experience of my new house. The house was so disgusting and smelly. Did your fiancé Ryan keep his distance while you were in it? Yeah, Ryan wasn’t coming anywhere near me. Honest to God, Ryan is the most clean, well-manicured man. I mean, it takes me like five minutes to get ready in the morning. Ryan will be two hours up there getting ready. So cleanliness is a big thing for him, and he wouldn’t even kiss me. He was disgusted. PHOTOS: GETTY 4 HOT TV

celeb ex in the city Wednesday, 9pm, MTV c me dineBeware dine FEATURES the exes sticking the knife in as single celebs go on blind dinner dates wiTh us The sun may not shine as brightly in the spin-off to Celebrity Ex On The Beach, but the action is just as hot. And the show with mega twists will leave fans open-mouthed at what can happen on a dinner date. Back for a second series, in each episode, two single celebrities will go on a blind date at a fancy London restaurant. But to spice things up, the couple are interrupted by surprise visits from notorious exes, proving three really is a crowd. These awkward reunions are announced on the “Tablet of Terror”. They then have to make the choice between their blind date or their ex for a second date. Love? Maybe not. But there will be plenty of heartstopping drama during this eight-part roller-coaster ride. Also appearing are Love Island’s EVE GalE and lEannE aManinG, former Big Brother housemate iMoGEn ThoMas, rugby star lEVi DaVis, British drag queen Tia Kofi, The Circle’s frEDDiE BEnTlEy and ManriKa Khaira, Ibiza Weekender’s CalluM izzarD and DEano Baily, MTV star Josh riTChiE, Olympic gymnast lisa Mason, and A Place In The Sun’s Danni MEnziEs. Let us introduce you to the stars we’re looking forward to watching on the nail-biting show… loVE islanD’s araBElla Chi The gorgeous 30-year-old should have no trouble finding someone to share her life with, as well as time with her beloved King Charles spaniel. ToWiE’s BoBBy norris he tried to find the one on Celebs Go Dating, but will Bobby, 35, get lucky in london? ToWiE’s DEMi siMs Demi’s love life has been full of drama. The 25-year-old was most recently linked to Geordie Shore’s Bethan Kershaw and she romanced Love Island star Megan Barton hanson. loVE o islanD’s JaCK finChaM The 30-year-old won Dani Dyer’s heart on the reality show and they embarked on a TV career together, before splitting up twice. he’s already tried to find love on Celebs Go Dating, and became a father to daughter Blossom with his ex, Casey ranger. HOT TV 5

FEATURES we’ve all watched reality shows, but ITV2’s brand new series is about to change everything you know about the genre. The fly-on-the-wall show, which hits screens this week, follows a group of young people from London’s Peckham as they make new friendships and build businesses. And there’s a star in the making. After taking social media by storm – and even performing with Lizzo at 2019’s Glastonbury – Queen MoJo is getting ready for her small screen debut. We caught up with her to find out more… PEcKHAM’S FINEST Mon, 11.50pm & Wed, 10pm, ITV2 HANDMADE: BRITAIN’S BEST WOODWORKER Thursday, 8pm, Channel 4 ToucH Mel Giedroyc celebrates woodworkers’ skills New QueeN of RealiTy Peckham’s Finest is about to make a star of social media influencer Queen MoJo Hi Queen MoJo. Peckham’s Finest sounds exciting… The show’s about documenting our lives as working-class citizens of Peckham. It’s following us around, doing what we do best, as we get to know each other. We’re like a little made-up family – all different, but still a family. How is it different from other reality shows? It’s pretty much, “These are my friends, this is what we usually talk about so we’re going to catch up on that.” And if it goes off track it means you’re getting to know us. It’s not [someone saying], “Make sure you talk about this specific thing.” Tell us about how you became part of the show… I started using social media as an outlet. I’d post on Instagram and speak about what I was going through. I’ve experienced depression, and I didn’t quite have the solid relationships I have now to be able to share that with people I knew, so I took to social media. People were quite responsive. Then my recovery happened – that confidence started to come back so I no longer needed to share about depression. I thought, “Let’s just keep going.” What happened after that? In 2018, I started posting dancing videos. Away from the camera, I was struggling with my body image and at risk of becoming one of those people who have a fake life online and a separate one away from that. I knew I had to be authentic – that meant going on a body confidence journey. I put myself into therapy, got into the right housing situation and, bit by bit, I focused on building back a basic level of stability. Queen MoJo and her Peckham crew You even performed with Lizzo! Yeah – and she touched my bottom! My booty was touched by the Queen. So being on Peckham’s Finest must be a dream come true... Every now and then, I ask myself, “Oh my God, what’s happening?” I’m inside the dream that I never thought was going to happen. Having previously hosted The Great British Bake Off, Mel Giedroyc is no stranger to a competition show. So she was the perfect candidate to present Channel 4’s Handmade: Britain’s Best Woodworker. Mel opens the doors to a workshop nestled in the Welsh woods. There, nine of the UK’s most talented craftspeople will go head-to-head as they fight hammer and nail to be crowned the top woodworker. But have they got what it takes to impress the judges – awardwinning architect Alex de Rijke and furniture-making supremo Helen Welch? Mel tells us more… How did the show come about? During the lockdowns, people turned to crafts, gardening and making things and had to slow down in a way we haven’t really before – and this show captures that. There’s something very addictive about the method and the simplicity of it – it’s amazing. Did the contestants impress you? The guys are phenomenal. They had no time between episodes, which is so unusual. On Bake Off, Contestant Charlie gets to work Experts Helen and Alex with host Mel Radha is focused we’d only film at the weekends. This was like a marathon – the woodworkers have such grit. The woodland location is stunning… We were in the woods, surrounded by trees and making stuff out of trees. It’s an amazing thing. I also cycled to work every day through a forest. It felt very special. You formed a bubble to film the show. How did that go? We were in beautiful Mid Wales and had incredible weather. It was a bit like being at a festival, with some work obviously thrown in as well. There were a few parties, too, with us all dancing in a field. Have you got any DIY skills? I’m quite handy at holding a ladder up for someone else to ascend. And I’d like to think I can handle a cordless power drill. But when it comes to constructing anything, I’m not so good. I’m not bad with a paintbrush though. I ran a small decorating firm with one of my best friends after we left university, called Ham Decorators, and we did up a couple of houses in Wales. But we were incredibly lazy. It was mainly done for relatives. 6 HOT TV WORDS: RIAnnE ISOn

‘you create a bond through dance’ Reality star Jamie Laing on the Strictly curse and the couples looking for love on his new dance/dating show after reaching the final of Strictly Come Dancing last year, Jamie Laing found a whole new love for dancing. So it’s no wonder he jumped at the chance to host BBC Three’s new dance/dating show, I Like The Way U Move. The series is part reality, part competition as five single prodancers pair up with regular people to see if there’s chemistry on and off the dance floor. After getting up close and personal in rehearsals, the couples will perform in front of Jamie, his co-host, dance expert Kaelynn ‘KK’ Harris and a series of star guest judges, including Strictly’s Oti Mabuse and Giovanni Pernice. “We’re basically finding out if people fall in love through dance – and it turns out they do,” says Jamie. The show is his first major presenting gig – an ambition he’s had since his Made In Chelsea days. “The stars aligned and I was in the right place at the right time,” he says. “It’s a dream come true.” Here, Jamie, 32, who lives in London with girlfriend and former MIC co-star Sophie Habboo, tells us more about his perfect gig… Hi Jamie! Tell us about I Like The Way U Move… It’s basically a dating/dancing fusion show. There are five sexy dancers who move into a house With girlfriend Sophie for six weeks and partner up with rookies. They have 24 hours to come up with a routine, then we judge them on their chemistry. Ooh! Tell us more… I knew people would flirt, but I didn’t realise the extent of it. I can’t say much – people fell in love, but also got their hearts broken. And some are still going now. Do you need to get a hat ready? Probably! I can’t wait. Having been on Strictly, can you see how people fall in love through dance? The foundations of a good relationship are trust and loyalty and that’s the same for a good dance partnership, so it’s like you’re fast-forwarding a relationship. Also, when you’re dancing with someone and you fancy them, you have to grab them round the waist and their bottoms, so you’re getting close. What are your thoughts on the Strictly curse? It exists! We’ve seen people hook up. Yes, some people have been hurt, but there have also been some amazing couples – look at Joe Sugg and Dianne [Buswell]. They’re On Strictly with dance partner Karen Hauer Presenting I Like The Way U Move and (below) with co-host KK living together and have bought a house. Through dance you can fall in love, but you also make friendships – it doesn’t always have to be romantic. You create a bond through dance. Karen [Hauer] and I are from completely different backgrounds, but we became best mates through it. How would you and girlfriend Sophie get on if you had to dance? I’m too bossy! I tried to teach her a cha-cha and she really didn’t like it. Would you like to see her on Strictly one day? She’d do incredibly well and I hope she does something like that one day. She’s not going to dance with Giovanni – I’ll tell you that for sure. Because he’s not a good dancer – that’s the only reason [laughs]. FEATURES I LIke the way u move Available on BBC Three now Is it strange watching this year’s Strictly? You get a bit of FOMO. What I did, quite narcissistically, was go back and watch some of my old routines. Would I want to do it again? Of course. But being naive to the experience is the best way – you don’t know how tough it’ll be. Who are you rooting for? Ugo [Monye] and Oti, Greg Wise and Karen. And Adam Peaty – that booty and six pack! I hope he smashes it. You’ve got to be competitive in Strictly and he’s the ultimate competitor. PICS: ReACH PLC/LORnA ROACH HOT TV 7

FEATURES Charlene explores her roots back to the islands Douglas Henshall returns as DI Jimmy Perez for a new murder case in the Scottish archipelago Just what we need this autumn – the sixth series of the crime drama set in the Shetlands. And we can rely on the wild scenery – and weather – to provide atmosphere, while Douglas Henshall is once again brilliant as DI Jimmy Perez. The six-parter centres on the murder of a prominent islander on their doorstep, while killer Donna Killick (Fiona Bell) is back home after getting out of jail. Needless to say, her victim’s sister Kate (Neve McIntosh) is far from pleased. Charlene White: empire’s Child Thursday, 9pm, ITV shetland Wednesday, 9pm, BBC1 Douglas returns as DI Perez finding strength Broadcaster Charlene takes a personal journey into her family’s history with emotional results We’re used to seeing journalist and TV presenter Charlene White on Loose Women and the ITV News, but she’s taking on a very different project this time. Charlene White: Empire’s Child is a moving documentary that will be aired to mark Black History Month. The passion project follows the broadcaster as she traces her family roots to find out about the heartbreaking true story of her ancestors’ lives. Charlene tells us, “I learnt about the first generation of my family who were born into slavery and then became freed slaves when they were around my age now. “I realised where the strength of my family comes from, and that drive and determination to get more out of their lives and not be defined by what the Empire had done.” Neve as Kate ALSO DON’T MISS Actors David Harewood, Ray Fearon, Hugh Quarshie and musical legend Karen Gibson feature in a new series on slavery – 1000 Years A Slave, Tuesday, 10pm, Channel 5. AND Ashley Banjo reveals how race and racism have affected his life. He also meets civil rights trailblazers to try to understand what it means to take a stand – Ashley Banjo: Britain In Black And White, Tuesday, 9pm, ITV. Locals protest over the release of killer Donna Killick Perez rushes back from his mother’s funeral to investigate 8 HOT TV

Janine lets the mask slip this week sOaps hollyoaKs WEEKDays, ChannEl 4 BULLYING TrIsH faces BeING wrONGfOOTed as MaxINe pLOTs daNce reVeNGe wITH LeaH Trish is putting everything into making Blackpoolapalooza a success but Maxine is angry that she is so bullying to Leah – and decides to teach her a dance routine to perform instead of Trish’s. Elsewhere, Felix has plans to propose to Martine after she comes out of her surgery. But instead, he goes missing, leaving Martine and DeMarcus bereft at being abandoned. They begin to contemplate leaving the village too. And Diane and Tony moving into The Dog is bad news for the McQueens, who had no idea about the new management, being fired or their eviction. EastEnDErs Mon, tuEs, thurs, Fri, BBC onE MaNIpULaTOr JaNINe’s Up TO Her OLd TrIcks as sHe aNGLes fOr a JOB aT THe car LOT Trish’s show obsession rubs people up the wrong way The cracks show in Janine’s nice act when she hatches a plan to land a job at the car lot. Jay turns her down at first, refusing to fall for her charms – so she reverts to her old tricks. While Liam tries to ignore Cindy and fobs off Peter’s concerns, she spots a chance and they team up. Billy also gets pulled in but sees through Janine’s charade and threatens to expose her plot. Ever the manipulator, Janine works out a way to get what she wants – but will she pull it off? Meanwhile, Gray gets the devastating news that his dad has just passed away. He leans on Whitney, telling her he didn’t expect to be so cut up over the loss as he sorts through his dad’s things. He’s touched when he unearths some childhood memories, and kisses Whitney. And romance might also be in the air for Tiff as she catches new boy Aaron’s eye. She likes what she sees when he stops to ask her for directions, but admits to Liam that she’s still not ready to date after Keegan. Aaron has other ideas, telling dad Harvey he’s planning to stick around a little longer. He asks Tiff out and it takes some persuading – but she eventually agrees to a date. Nana and Goldie get a shock INTerVIew when aaron Monroe hits the square this week, Tiffany likes the cut of his cloth but his family give him a mixed welcome. CharliE WErnhaM, who plays the flash city worker, tells us about his arrival in walford... hi, aaron. What was it like when you got the part? It was exciting when I got the call to say they wanted to work with me. I’ve always wanted to have a part in EastEnders. I was contacted about another smaller part and as I’m a fan, I said I’d love it to be a longer role. Luckily, a few months later, they got in touch about Aaron. I did a read-through on Zoom and got the thumbs up from there. I was absolutely over the moon! so were you a fan? Yes! I’ve watched it ever since I can remember with my family. To be honest it was the only show I ever really watched when I was younger. As I started working, I didn’t watch it as much as I would have liked but when I moved in with my girlfriend, now my fiancé, she’s a huge fan so it’s part of our daily routine. I think it was the show that made me want to do drama at school when I was younger. I watched EastEnders and thought I’d love to be in it one day and I think that was always in the back of my mind. Did you ever think you’d do another soap after Hollyoaks? I’ve said in an interview before the only one I’d ever do is EastEnders. I had a nice stint at Hollyoaks [he played Robbie Roscoe from 2013 to 2016]. But EastEnders was one of the shows that I’ve always said if the opportunity came up, no matter what I was doing, I’d take it. What was it like reuniting with Gillian taylforth, who was your mum in Hollyoaks? She called me as soon as she found out I was joining and we had a good catch-up, and it was nice to see her when I started. It’s surreal being on set and acting opposite her not as my mum. Did you know anyone else in the cast before you joined? I knew Max Bowden and Jamie Borthwick well, but I’d never worked with them. So it’s been lovely. I can’t remember how Max and I met. I think we bumped into each other on a night out when he was doing Waterloo Road and I was in Hollyoaks. What was your first day like? It was terrifying. I don’t usually get nervous on set. There was excitement too. My first day was in The Vic – I don’t think you can get much more EastEnders than that. Aaron does all the talking, he doesn’t shut up, so I had three or four pages of dialogue and was popping champagne. It was great fun, everyone was so nice. I feel settled in now. I’ve never worked on a job that shoots things so quickly, so I haven’t had time to worry too much. I just got stuck in, which I think is the best way. HOT TV 9

Super Soap week CORONATION STREET mON, wEd, fRI, ITv ABI & COREY ARE gunnER sEttlE It Abi’s got a gun and wants revenge on Corey for murdering her son, Seb. But when the ground gives way, they find themselves trapped in a sewer – with the loaded gun. Actress Sally Carman tells us more… You won’t want to miss a minute of Coronation Street and Emmerdale this week, as they both promise epic stunts and shocking storylines worthy of a Hollywood blockbuster Hi, sally. nina knows what Abi’s planned – but can she talk her out of killing Corey? I think if anyone could get her to see sense, it would be Nina. But Abi is so infuriating. She has to kind of come round to it in her own time. But I am not sure she has the luxury of time in this instance. If Corey showed remorse, could she forgive him? I don’t think she has that in her. I think a part of her would like to, but I just don’t believe she’s got the depth of emotional maturity to do that. Corey and Abi tumble into a sewer as the ground gives way How did it feel filming this drama with all its stunts? We started on the Monday and we finished on the Sunday, and by Tuesday I was like, “I can’t do this!” It was so cold, because we were permanently wet. But it was brilliant – all these amazing sets, gushing water, electrical flashes, a stunt where we fell through a trapdoor. It was epic. It was a real experience but it pushed me to my limits. Abi is out for revenge How do you look back on the year for you in Coronation Street? I feel so lucky and I really don’t take it for granted. Whatever happens going forward, I will always have this moment. I feel very lucky. it’s All going off 10 HOt tV

Dev rescues Asha before the car bursts into flames EMMERDALE wEEkDAys, itv SOAPS David desperately tries to save Victoria DEV FACES A DILEMMA AFTEr CrASH Dev’s holiday with Aadi and Asha turns into a disaster when the van carrying Harvey to hospital crashes into their car. Dev only manages to rescue Asha before the car explodes. What will this mean for Aadi? it’s sinK OR sWiM Harvey is on the loose Will Leanne manage to escape? Over on Emmerdale, the drama revolves around a survival challenge and the action was filmed over six weeks, with the biggest stunt kept under wraps. As the day takes a terrible turn, many characters are left fighting for their lives while Meena is on a mission to kill again. Paige Sandhu, who plays her, tells us more… Hi, Paige. Meena’s at the centre of all the drama again… I love playing Meena. The manipulation is a fun thing and the fact that she’s constantly wearing a mask. The only time that mask is off completely is when she’s about to murder someone and then the victim is the only person to see the real Meena. Meena’s on a mission Meena now has her sights set on Victoria. What does she have planned? Meena doesn’t set out to kill for the thrill. Victoria is standing in the way of what she wants, which is David. She tampers with Victoria’s abseiling pack and is really excited to start the survival challenge as she hopes to watch Victoria die. Plus, she wants to see David suffer. Will Meena find herself in danger and could her reign of terror end this week? Through all of the carnage that happens, Meena could find herself in mortal danger. She’s so caught up in her plan that she may find she ends up in a situation where she could die. Corey has the upper hand as he points the gun at Abi HArVEY’S BACK AND OUT FOr rEVENGE Evil Harvey manages to flee police custody and return to the cobbles – where a horrified Leanne comes face to face with her nemesis in the Bistro. When the drama’s over, will both of them live to tell the tale? A survival challenge in the village quickly changes from cheerful to chilling HOT TV 11

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HOT MOVIES FILMS InSTanT faMIly Sunday, 9pm, Film4 Mark Wahlberg and Rose Byrne play Pete and Ellie, a childless couple who decide to look into adopting children, and end up taking on a bigger challenge than they had anticipated. (2018/12) ★★★ VEnOM PREMIERE Saturday, 9pm, Channel 4 The sequel’s out now, so remind yourself of the story so far with this sci-fi action drama starring Tom Hardy. After a bad interview with the Life Foundation ruins his career, ex-reporter Eddie Brock’s life is in pieces. But everything changes when he comes into contact with an alien symbiote and becomes Venom, a parasitic antihero. (2018/15) ★★★★ HancOcK Monday, 9pm, Film4 Will Smith, Charlize Theron and Jason Bateman star in a fantasy drama about a superhero whose bad behaviour causes enormous damage. Until the person he saves helps him improve his public image. (2008/12) ★★★ THE laST KIng Of ScOTland Tuesday, 11.20pm, Film4 Playing a dictator and rumoured cannibal can’t be easy, but Forest Whitaker owns the role of notorious Ugandan despot Idi Amin. Equally impressive is James McAvoy as a doctor who witnesses the President’s dastardly deeds. (2006/15) ★★★★ BlacKKKlanSMan Wednesday, 9pm, Film4 This is Spike Lee’s comic take on a true story about an African American police officer. He manages to infiltrate the local Ku Klux Klan branch – with the help of a Jewish surrogate who ultimately becomes its leader. (2018/15) ★★★ ROcKy BalBOa Friday, 10.45pm, ITV Wounded at being labelled a “Balboasaurus”, Sly Stallone’s aging boxer comes out of retirement for an exhibition bout with the current champ. Despite being 30 years his senior, Rocky is determined to spark the arrogant youngster out. (2006/12) ★★★★ HallOwEEn Thursday, 10.50pm, BBC Four In this remake of the horror classic which made her name, Jamie Lee Curtis returns as Laurie Strode, to confront her long-time foe Michael Myers – the masked figure who has haunted her for four decades. (2018/18) ★★★ HOT TV 13

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Saturday Sky SportS ArenA 12.00noon-4.30pm Weber Cup ten pin Bowling Coverage of day three of the 2021 Weber Cup in Leicester. 7.30-10.30pm Fight night Savannah Marshall v Lolita Muzeya. Sky SportS CriCket 6.00am Women’s Big Bash League Melbourne Renegades v Hobart Hurricanes. 9.00am-12.30pm Women’s Big Bash League Sydney Thunder v Adelaide Strikers. 12.00m’t Women’s Big Bash League Perth Scorchers v Brisbane Heat. 3.30-6.00am Women’s Big Bash League Hobart Hurricanes v Sydney Sixers. Sky SportS FootBALL 12.00noon- 3.00pm eFL Fulham v Queens Park Rangers (Kick-off 12.30pm). 5.20-7.30pm Bundesliga Borussia Monchengladbach v VfB Stuttgart (Kick-off 5.30pm). 8.45-10.55pm MLS Los Angeles FC v San Jose Earthquakes. Sky SportS GoLF 12.30- 5.00pm european tour Golf The Estrella Damm N.A. Andalucia Masters. 7.30 Ladies european tour Golf The Aramco Team Series. 11.30pm- 1.00am pGA tour Golf The CJ Cup @ Summit. Sky SportS MAin event 6.00am Women’s Big Bash League Melbourne Renegades v Hobart Hurricanes. 9.00 Women’s Big Bash League Sydney Thunder v Adelaide Strikers. 12.00noon eFL Fulham v Queens Park Rangers (Kick-off 12.30pm). 3.00pm european tour Golf The Estrella Damm N.A. Andalucia Masters. 5.00 SnF Brentford v Chelsea (Kick-off 5.30pm). 7.30-10.30 Fight night Savannah Marshall v Lolita Muzeya. 12.00m’t Women’s Big Bash League Perth Scorchers v Brisbane Heat. 3.30-6.00am Women’s Big Bash League Hobart Hurricanes v Sydney Sixers. Sky SportS preMier LeAGue 5.00-8.30pm SnF Brentford v Chelsea (Kick-off 5.30pm). Bt Sport 1 9.30-10.30am World rally Championship Coverage of stage nine of Rally Spain. 11.30am-3.00pm premier League Watford v Liverpool (Kick-off 12.30pm). 5.15-7.00pm Serie A Lazio v Inter Milan. 7.30-9.45 Serie A AC Milan v Hellas Verona (Kick-off 7.45pm). 12.00m’t-3.30am uFC Holly Holm v Norma Dumont. Bt Sport 2 2.30-5.15pm premiership rugby union Wasps v Exeter Chiefs (Kick-off 3.00pm. Bt Sport 3 8.00-10.00pm Ligue 1 Lyon v Monaco (Kick-off 8.00pm). euroSport 1 12.45-4.30pm Snooker: northern ireland open The opening semi-final. 6.45-10.30pm Snooker: northern ireland open Sunday Sky SportS nFL 5.00pm nFL A week six match (Kick-off 6.00pm). 9.15-12.30am nFL Coverage of a week six match. 1.10-4.30am nFL Pittsburgh Steelers v Seattle Seahawks (Kick-off 1.20am). Sky SportS CriCket 6.00-7.00am Women’s Big Bash League Hobart Hurricanes v Sydney Sixers. 10.30 iCC World t20 Cricket Oman v Papua New Guinea. 2.30-7.00pm iCC World t20 Cricket Bangladesh v Scotland. Sky SportS FootBALL 11.30am-2.30pm eFL Swansea City v Cardiff City (Kick-off 12.00noon). 6.00-8.10pm MLS New York Red Bulls v New York City FC (Kick-off 6.00pm). Sky SportS GoLF 12.30-5.00pm european tour Golf The Estrella Damm N.A. Andalucia Masters. 10.00pm-1.00am pGA tour Golf The CJ Cup @ Summit. Sky SportS MAin event 6.00-7.00am Women’s Big Bash League Hobart Hurricanes v Sydney Sixers. 11.30 eFL Swansea City v Cardiff City (Kick-off 12.00noon). 2.00pm Super Sunday Everton v West Ham United (Kick-off 2.00pm). 4.00 Super Sunday Newcastle United v Tottenham Hotspur (Kick-off 4.30pm). 7.00 nFL Coverage of a week six match (Kick-off 6.00pm). 9.15-12.30am nFL Coverage of a week six match. 1.10-4.30am nFL Pittsburgh Steelers v Seattle Seahawks (Kick-off 1.20am). Sky SportS preMier LeAGue 1.00pm Super Sunday Everton v West Ham United (Kick-off 2.00pm). 4.00-7.30pm Super Sunday Newcastle United v Tottenham Hotspur (Kick-off 4.30pm). Bt Sport 1 2.00-5.15pm premiership rugby union Bath v Saracens (Kick-off 3.00pm). 7.45-10.00pm Serie A Juventus v AS Roma (Kick-off 7.45pm). Bt Sport 2 Live Sport ALL tHe ACtioN oN SAteLLite Catch Brentford xxxx striker in the Ivan xxxl, Toney xxxday, will be in xxxpm, action Channel against Chelsea on Saturday, from 5pm, Sky Sports Main Event 4.45-7.00pm Serie A Napoli v Torino (Kick-off 5.00pm). 7.30-9.45pm Ligue 1 Marseille v Lorient (Kick-off 7.45pm). euroSport 1 12.45-4.00pm Snooker: northern ireland open The first session of the final. 6.45-10.00pm Snooker: northern ireland open The final. Monday Sky SportS nFL 1.00-4.30am nFL Tennessee Titans v Buffalo Bills (Kick-off 1.15am). Sky SportS CriCket 10.30am-2.30pm iCC World t20 Cricket Ireland v Netherlands. 3.00-7.00pm iCC World t20 Cricket India v England. Sky SportS MAin event 10.30am- 2.30pm iCC World t20 Cricket Ireland v Netherlands. 3.00pm iCC World t20 Cricket India v England. 7.00-11.00pm MnF Arsenal v Crystal Palace (Kick-off 8.00pm). 1.00-4.30am nFL Tennessee Titans v Buffalo Bills (Kick-off 1.15am). Sky SportS preMier LeAGue 7.00-11.00pm MnF Arsenal v Crystal Palace (Kick-off 8.00pm). Bt Sport 1 7.45-9.45pm Serie A Venezia v Fiorentina. tuesday Sky SportS ArenA 12.30am nBA Basketball Milwaukee Bucks v Brooklyn Nets (Tip-off 12.30am). 3.00-5.30am nBA Basketball Los Angeles Lakers v Golden State Warriors (Tip-off 3.00am). Sky SportS CriCket 10.30am iCC World t20 Cricket Scotland v Papa New Guinea. 2.30- 7.00pm iCC World t20 Cricket Oman v Bangladesh. Sky SportS FootBALL 7.30- Watch superstars Neymar, Kylian Mbappé and Lionel Messi as Paris Saint-Germain take on RB Leipzig in UEFA Champions League, Tuesday, from 7.30pm, BT Sport 3 10.15pm eFL Stoke City v Bournemouth (Kick-off 7.45pm). Sky SportS MAin event 10.30am iCC World t20 Cricket Scotland v Papa New Guinea. 2.30-7.00pm iCC World t20 Cricket Oman v Bangladesh. 7.30-10.15 eFL Stoke City v Bournemouth (Kick-off 7.45pm). 12.30am nBA Basketball Milwaukee Bucks v Brooklyn Nets (Tip-off 12.30am). 3.00-5.30am nBA Basketball Los Angeles Lakers v Golden State Warriors (Tip-off 3.00am). Bt Sport 1 12.30-2.30pm ueFA youth League Club Brugge v Man City U19 (Kick-off 12.30pm). 3.00-5.45pm ueFA europa League Celtic v Ferencvaros (Kick-off 3.30pm). Bt Sport 2 5.00pm ueFA Champions League Club Brugge v Manchester City (Kick-off 5.45pm). 7.45-10.30pm ueFA Champions League Atletico Madrid v Liverpool (Kick-off 8.00pm). Bt Sport 3 7.30-10.15pm ueFA Champions League Paris Saint-Germain v RB Leipzig. Wednesday Sky SportS ArenA 3.00-5.30am nBA Basketball Phoenix Suns v Denver Nuggets (Tip-off 3.00am). Sky SportS CriCket 10.50am iCC World t20 Cricket England v New Zealand. 2.30-7.00pm iCC World t20 Cricket Sri Lanka v Ireland. Sky SportS FootBALL 7.30-10.15pm eFL Swansea City v West Bromwich Albion (Kick-off 7.45pm). 12.30-2.40am MLS Inter Miami CF v Toronto FC (Kick-off 12.30am). Sky SportS GoLF 5.00-6.00am pGA tour Golf The Zozo Championship. Sky SportS MAin event 11.00am iCC World t20 Cricket England v New Zealand. 2.30-7.00pm iCC World t20 Cricket Sri Lanka v Ireland. 7.30-10.15pm eFL Swansea City v West Bromwich Albion (Kick-off 7.45pm). 12.30-2.40am MLS Inter Miami CF v Toronto FC (Kick-off 12.30am). 5.00-6.00am pGA tour Golf The Zozo Championship. Bt Sport 1 5.30-7.45pm ueFA Champions League Barcelona v Dynamo Kiev (Kick-off 5.45pm). Bt Sport 2 3.00-5.45pm ueFA europa League Spartak Moscow v Leicester City (Kick-off 3.30pm). 7.00-10.30pm ueFA Champions League Manchester United v Atalanta (Kick-off 8.00pm). Bt Sport 3 7.15-10.30pm ueFA Champions League Chelsea v Malmo (Kick-off 8.00pm). euroSport 1 5.30-9.00pm Cycling: track World Championships Day one. thursday Sky SportS nFL 12.30-5.00am nFL Cleveland Browns v Denver Broncos (Kick-off 1.20am). Sky SportS ArenA 3.00-5.30am nBA Basketball Golden State Warriors v Los Angeles Clippers (Tip-off 3.00am). Sky SportS CriCket 10.30am iCC World t20 Cricket Bangladesh v Papua New Guinea. 2.30-7.00pm iCC World t20 Cricket Oman v Scotland. Sky SportS GoLF 6.00-7.30am pGA tour Golf The Zozo Championship. 12.30-5.30pm european tour Golf The Mallorca Golf Open. 5.00-6.00am pGA tour Golf The Zozo Championship. Sky SportS MAin event 6.00-7.30am pGA tour Golf The Zozo Championship. 10.30 iCC World t20 Cricket Bangladesh v Papua New Guinea. 2.30-7.00pm iCC World t20 Cricket Oman v Scotland. 12.30am nFL Cleveland Browns v Denver Broncos (Kick-off 1.20am). 5.00-6.00am pGA tour Golf The Zozo Championship. Bt Sport 1 5.15-8.00pm ueFA europa Conference League Vitesse v Tottenham Hotspur (Kick-off 5.45pm). Bt Sport 2 7.30-10.30pm ueFA europa League West Ham United v Genk (Kick-off 8.00pm). Bt Sport 3 7.30-10.30pm ueFA europa League Rangers v Brondby (Kick-off 8.00pm). euroSport 1 5.30-8.55pm Cycling: track World Championships Day two. Friday Sky SportS ArenA 3.00-5.30am nBA Basketball Los Angeles Lakers v Phoenix Suns (Tip-off 3.00am). Sky SportS CriCket 10.30am iCC World t20 Cricket Namibia v Ireland. 2.30-7.00pm iCC World t20 Cricket Sri Lanka v Netherlands. 5.30-9.00am Women’s Big Bash League Sydney Thunder v Sydney Sixers. Sky SportS GoLF 6.00-7.30am pGA tour Golf The Zozo Championship. 12.30-5.30pm european tour Golf The Mallorca Golf Open. 5.00-7.30am pGA tour Golf The Zozo Championship. Sky SportS MAin event 6.00-7.30am pGA tour Golf The Zozo Championship. 10.30 iCC World t20 Cricket Namibia v Ireland. 2.30pm iCC World t20 Cricket Sri Lanka v Netherlands. 7.00-10.30pm FnF Arsenal v Aston Villa (Kick-off 8.00pm). 3.00am nBA Basketball Los Angeles Lakers v Phoenix Suns (Tip-off 3.00am). 5.30-7.30am pGA tour Golf The Zozo Championship. Sky SportS preMier LeAGue 7.00-10.30pm FnF Arsenal v Aston Villa (Kick-off 8.00pm). Bt Sport 1 7.00-10.00pm premiership rugby union Northampton Saints v Worcester Warriors (Kick-off 7.45pm). Bt Sport 2 7.30-9.45pm Serie A Sampdoria v Spezia (Kick-off 7.45pm). Bt Sport 3 7.45-10.00pm Ligue 1 St Etienne v Angers (Kick-off 8.00pm). 12.30-3.30am CFL Montreal Alouettes v Toronto Argonauts (Kick-off 12.30am). euroSport 1 5.30-9.15pm Cycling: track World Championships Coverage of day three. Catch captain Eoin Morgan in the ICC World T20 Cricket England v New Zealand match on Wednesday, 10.50am, Sky Sports Cricket HOT TV 15

film ratings ★★★★★ Brilliant ★★★★ Very Good ★★★ Good ★★ Average ★ Bad (R) Repeat BBC One BBC Two ITV Channel 4 Channel 5 6.00am Breakfast News headlines. 10.00 Saturday Kitchen Live With guests Ravneet Gill, Glynn Purnell and Josh Widdicombe. 11.30 Nadiya’s Family Favourites Dishes perfect for when people stay over. (R) 12.00noon Football Focus The weekend’s football. 1.00 BBC News; Weather 1.15 Bargain Hunt (R) 2.00 Escape to the Country A couple hunt for a family home in Cumbria. 2.45 Garden Rescue (R) 3.30 Question of Sport With Joe Marler, Beth Tweddle, Mark Foster and Imani-Lara Lansiquot. (R) 4.00 Final Score Jason Mohammad presents a round-up of the classified results and this afternoon’s news from the Premier League, EFL and Scotland. 5.10 BBC News 5.20 Regional News; Weather 5.30 Pointless Celebrities A special music episode of the general knowledge quiz. 6.45am All Over the Place: UK (R) 7.15 Ricky Wilson’s Art Jam (R) 7.30 Blue Peter (R) 8.00 Deadly 60 Deadly animals. (R) 8.30 The Human Body: Secrets of Your Life Revealed (R) 9.30 Nightmare Pets SOS (R) 10.00 Hugh’s Wild West (R) 11.00 Your Home Made Perfect Robert Jamison and Laura Jane Clark compete. (R) 12.00noon Rick Stein’s German Bite The best seafood from the north German coast. (R) 1.00 Shop Well for the Planet? A family is advised on how to go green and save some cash. (R) 2.00 FILM 633 Squadron (1964, PG) Second World War drama, with Cliff Robertson and George Chakiris. ★★★ 3.30 Flog It! From Huddersfield Town Hall, West Yorkshire. 4.30 Saving Lives at Sea (R) 5.30 Bill Bailey’s Jungle Hero Part two of two. The comedian heads to the Moluccas. (R) 6.30 Dad’s Army Captain Mainwaring discovers he is not a commissioned officer. (R) 6.00am CITV: Dino Dana (R) 9.25 ITV News 9.30 James Martin’s Saturday Morning With Lorraine Kelly and Rosie Smith. 11.40 Ainsley’s Good Mood Food Ainsley Harriott celebrates grains and pulses. 12.45pm ITV News; Weather 1.00 LIVE ITV Racing: Live from Ascot Francesca Cumani and Ed Chamberlin present coverage of British Champions Day, including the 3.50 Qipco Champion Stakes, plus races at 1.25, 2.00, 2.35, 3.10 and 4.30. 5.00 Family Fortaunes Two Mahadeos and the Garveys – try to guess the most popular responses to surveys posed to 100 people. (R) 6.00 ITV News; Weather 6.15 Regional News; Weather 6.30 Celebrity Catchphrase Charity edition of the gameshow in which Charlotte Church, Melvin Odoom and Katherine Ryan must guess the familiar phrases. 6.00am The King of Queens Double bill. American comedy, starring Kevin James. (R) 6.50 Mike & Molly Double bill. (R) 7.30 The Simpsons Nine back-to-back episodes. (R) 11.50 Couples Come Dine with Me Contestants from in and around Glasgow compete for the cash prize of £1,000. (R) 12.50pm Four in a Bed Five episodes. (R) 3.25 The Secret Life of the Zoo Compilation episode featuring footage of animals becoming parents for the first time. 4.25 Kirstie and Phil’s Love It or List It Phil Spencer returns to Cullercoats on North Tyneside to catch up with Mark and Suze. (R) 5.30 A Place in the Sun Jasmine Harman helps East London couple Donna and Martin look for a holiday home on the Costa Dorada in Catalonia, showing them five properties suitable for their £65,000 budget. 6.00 Channel 4 News 6.00am Milkshake! Children’s TV. 10.00 SpongeBob SquarePants Animated double bill. (R) 10.25 Tales from the Zoo: Talking Animals The keepers devise a diet for the bats. 11.20 Entertainment News on 5 11.25 Friends Double bill. (R) 12.25pm Friends Triple bill. Rachel tries to get to London; Ross faces the music; Rachel returns from Greece. (R) 1.55 Police Interceptors A suspect assaults Steve with his car keys. (R) 2.55 Police Interceptors Carl and Wayne nearly become victims of a white-van man’s dangerous driving. (R) 3.55 FILM The Goonies (1985, 12) The discovery of a treasure map plunges seven kids into the adventure of a lifetime to save their homes from developers. Family adventure, starring Sean Astin. ★★★★ 6.05 5 News Weekend 6.10 Our Yorkshire Farm Amanda attempts to work with a young sheepdog. (R) 7 8 9 10 11 12 midnight 6.15pm, The Hit List: Rochelle and Marvin Humes 6.15 The Hit List Contestants from Birmingham, Swindon, and Glasgow must name as many hit songs and artists as possible. 7.00 Strictly Come Dancing The competition continues for our couples tonight as Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman present another night of dance live from the Strictly Ballroom. Our Strictly stars are giving it their all under the watchful eye of our judges, in a bid to win your votes at home. Who will impress enough to win a place in next week’s show. 9.00 Blankety Blank Bradley Walsh hosts a revival of the comedy quiz show. With John Thomson, Karim Zeroual, Sue Perkins, Joel Dommett, Gloria Hunniford, and Judi Love. 9.35 Casualty Rash becomes further embroiled in the gang after Hafsa brings him a troubled youth who needs a place to stay – only for the youngster to end up being stabbed in a confrontation. 10.15 BBC News; Weather 10.30 Match of the Day Gary Lineker presents highlights from the Premier League, including Leicester City v Manchester United and Watford v Liverpool. Plus, Aston Villa v Wolverhampton Wanderers, Manchester City v Burnley, Norwich City v Brighton & Hove Albion and Southampton v Leeds United. 12.00m’t MOTD Top 10: Ballers. Gary Lineker and guests present a countdown. 12.30 The NFL Show. Dan Walker presents highlights of Thursday night’s game – Philadelphia Eagles v Tampa Bay Buccaneers. 1.00 Weather for the Week Ahead 1.05-6.00am BBC News. Headlines. 9.30pm, Later – with Jools Holland: Jools Holland 7.00 Return of the Giant Killers: Africa’s Lion Kings Documentary revisiting the African lions that learned to prey on elephants in the drought-ridden Kalahari Desert, catching up with the pride during the rainy season. (R) 8.00 Grand Tours of Scotland’s Lochs Historian Paul Murton discovers a forgotten First World War German prison camp, before learning about Rob Roy MacGregor and enjoying a trek on horseback to Loch Tay. 9.00 QI With Hannah Gadsby, Noel Fielding and Joe Lycett. (R) 9.30 Later – with Jools Holland Elton John chats about his new album The Lockdown Sessions and chooses his favourite performances from the Later archives. 10.15 FILM ear for eye (2021) Premiere. Drama following black Britons and Americans of different generations as they navigate their way through society. Starring Lashana Lynch, David Gyasi and Danny Sapani. ★★★ 11.40 Nina Simone & Me with Laura Mvula The soul singer travels to NYC to explore the songs made famous by Simone that mean the most to her, and trace the late singer’s musical roots with the help of those who knew her. (R) 12.10am Paloma Faith: As I Am (R) 1.10 FILM An Impossible Love (2018, 15) A single mother faces a 10-year battle to persuade her daughter’s wealthy father to legally acknowledge his child. French drama, starring Virginie Efira and Niels Schneider. ★★★★ 3.20-6.00am This Is BBC Two 6.30pm, Celebrity Catchphrase: Katherine Ryan 7.30 The Cube Father and son Gagie and Nico, and married couple Claire and Andrew face a series of games that puts all their skills to the test. The further they go in the competition, the more money they win. With Phillip Schofield. 8.30 Beat the Chasers Contestants from across the UK take on Jenny Ryan, Anne Hegerty, Shaun Wallace, Mark Labbett, Paul Sinha and Darragh Ennis, hoping to win big money. Bradley Walsh hosts. 9.35 Paul O’Grady’s Saturday Night Line Up Paul puts questions, scenarios and dilemmas to Rupert Everett, Danny Jones, Catherine Tyldesley and Martin Kemp, who find out how the British public see them. Last in series. 10.20 ITV News; Weather 10.35 FILM Bridget Jones’s Diary (2001, 15) A single woman begins a new year with resolutions to find love, quit her bad habits and take a step up the career ladder. Her plans crumble as she tries to deal with her mother’s infidelity, get over a passionate fling with her boss and come to terms with her feelings for an uptight lawyer. Romantic comedy based on Helen Fielding’s novel, starring Renee Zellweger, Hugh Grant and Colin Firth. ★★★★ 12.35am Home Shopping 3.00 FYI Extra 3.15 The Void. A boxer, a butcher, a part-time model and a scuba diver take part in the game show in which contestants take on a wide range of demanding mental and physical challenges. (R) 4.05 Unwind With ITV 5.05-6.00am Bling (R) 4.25pm, Kirstie and Phil’s Love It or List It 6.30 Arctic Drift: A Year in the Ice Documentary following a pioneering scientific expedition into the Arctic Circle to recover previously unattainable data on the effects of climate change now and in the future. 8.00 Britain’s Forgotten Wars with Tony Robinson The conflict in Malaya between the British Empire and Communist insurgents, that began in 1948 after the murder of three rubber planters and continued for over a decade. 9.00 FILM Venom (2018, 15) Premiere. While exploring space for new worlds, a probe belonging to the Life Foundation discovers a comet covered in symbiotic lifeforms. Following the probe’s return to Earth, journalist Eddie Brock investigates sinister trials being carried out by the corporation, and after being infected by an alien symbiote, develops superhuman strength and power. Fantasy adventure, starring Tom Hardy and Riz Ahmed. ★★★★ 11.10 FILM Total Recall (2012, 12) A man living in a bleak future becomes a fugitive when he discovers he is really a spy with his memory erased. Sci-fi thriller remake, with Colin Farrell, Kate Beckinsale and Jessica Biel. ★★ 1.15am Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA. A restaurant in Los Angeles. (R) 2.05 Undercover Boss USA. The president of a Chicago-based hardware retailer goes undercover. (R) 2.55 Hollyoaks Omnibus (R) 5.00 Location, Location, Location (R) 5.55-6.05am Food Unwrapped (R) 9pm, The Madame Blanc Mysteries: Sally Lindsay 7.05 NEW Robson Green: Coastal Fishing The actor searches for the tastiest fish in British waters, exploring distinct maritime cultures. He begins by travelling around the south-west of England as he looks for the conger eel. 8.00 Marina of Greece: The Forgotten Royal A profile of the Queen’s cousin, who was the last foreign royal princess to marry into the British monarchy and became a key player in Britain’s most famous family. 9.00 NEW The Madame Blanc Mysteries Antiques dealer Jean White finds her life turned upside down when her husband dies and all of their money disappears. Drama created by and starring Sally Lindsay. With Sue Vincent. 10.00 When Pop Stars Go Horribly Wrong Bad moments and falls from grace suffered by some top artists. Members of boyband 5ive exclusively open up about the feud that saw the chart-topping band split, while Eurovision’s Surie speaks about her now infamous stage invasion that left her shaken but determined the show should go on. Bucks Fizz star Jay Aston recalls the time that their tour bus crashed, leaving the future of the band in jeopardy and Mike Nolan’s life hanging in the balance. (R) 12.50am Criminals: Caught on Camera. The use of CCTV to fight crime. (R) 1.15 The 21.co.uk Live Casino Show 3.15 Entertainment News on 5 3.20 British Airways: 100 Years in the Sky: double bill (R) 4.55 Britain’s Great Cathedrals with Tony Robinson (R) 5.40-6.00am Milkshake!

Freeview 6 ITV2 6.00am Totally Bonkers Guinness World Records 6.50 You’ve Been Framed! Gold 7.30 Secret Crush 10.20 Dress to Impress 12.20pm Celebrity Catchphrase 1.25 You’ve Been Framed! Unstoppable! 2.25 FILM The Addams Family (1991, PG) Black comedy, starring Anjelica Huston. ★★★★ 4.30 FILM The Secret Life of Pets (2016, U) Animated adventure. ★★★★ 6.15 FILM Hotel Transylvania 2 (2015, U) Animated comedy, starring the voice of Adam Sandler. ★★★ 8.00 FILM Ocean’s 8 (2018, 12) Following in the footsteps of brother Danny, lightfingered Debbie Ocean plans a complex heist. Crime caper, starring Sandra Bullock and Cate Blanchett. ★★★★ 10.15 Family Guy Animated triple bill. 11.40 American Dad! Double bill. 12.40am The Stand Up Sketch Show 1.40 Don’t Hate the Playaz 2.25 Iain Stirling’s CelebAbility 3.05 FYI Extra 3.20 Unwind With ITV 3.30-6.00am Teleshopping Freeview 19 Dave 6.00am Teleshopping 7.10 Yianni: Supercar Customiser 8.00 Rick Stein’s Spain 9.00 Rick Stein’s Long Weekends 10.00 Storage Hunters UK 11.00 American Pickers 1.00pm Top Gear 2.00 Red Bull Soapbox Race 3.00 Border Force: America’s Gatekeepers 4.00 Red Bull Soapbox Race 2019: London 6.00 Would I Lie to You? With Jimmy Carr. 6.40 Would I Lie to You? The Unseen Bits 7.20 Would I Lie to You? At Christmas 8.00 QI XL With guests Alice Levine, Alan Carr and Phill Jupitus. 9.00 Outsiders The pairs attempt to camouflage themselves and design a flag. 10.00 Big Zuu’s Christmas Eats Phil Wang, Desiree Burch, Ed Gamble and Rosie Jones return for more of Zuu’s dishes. 11.00 Question Team Richard Ayoade invites three comedians to join his team. 12.00m’t Famalam: double bill 1.00 QI XL 2.00 Live at the Apollo 3.05 Sin City Motors 4.00-6.00am Teleshopping E4 6.00am Melissa & Joey 6.25 FILM Rugrats in Paris: The Movie (2000, U) Animated adventure. ★★★ 7.55 Made in Chelsea 8.55 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA 9.55 Married at First Sight Australia 12.55pm The Great British Bake Off 2.15 FILM Shrek Forever After (2010, U) Animated comedy. ★★★ 4.05 The Big Bang Theory: five episodes 6.25 FILM The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 (2015, 12) Katniss Everdeen leads her allies in a final battle to bring down the despotic President Snow. Sci-fi adventure sequel, starring Jennifer Lawrence. ★★★★ 9.00 Celebrity Gogglebox Shows including Countdown, Titanic, First Dates and Serengeti are appraised. 10.00 Gogglebox Double bill. 12.10am First Dates 2.20 Celebrity Gogglebox. Opinions on This Morning. 3.15 Gogglebox 4.10 The Big Bang Theory 5.00-6.00am Made in Chelsea YTV As ITV except: 6.15-6.30pm ITV News Calendar. The day’s headlines; Weather BBC Scotland 7.00pm The Seven 7.15 The Edit. Entertainment news. 7.30 Sportscene Saturday. Jonathan Sutherland presents action from the latest Premiership fixtures, including Motherwell v Celtic and Rangers v Hearts. 9.00 Rewind 1980s. The music, news and TV of 1981. 9.30 Best of Chewin’ the Fat. Highlights of the comedy series. 10.00 NEW Music Vault. Edith Bowman delves into the BBC Scotland music archives. 10.45 Deacon Blue: From Raintown to Your Town. Documentary following the making of the album Whatever You Say, Say Nothing. 11.15 TUNE & BBC Introducing Presents. With Brooke Combe, Cara Rose and Declan Welsh & the Decadent West. 11.45pm- 12.00m’t Rewind 1980s. The music, news and TV of 1980, the start of a brand new decade. SCOTLAND As BBC1 except: 4.00-5.10pm Sportscene Results 5.20-5.25 Reporting Scotland; Weather 12.00m’t Sportscene Saturday. Action from the latest Premiership fixtures. 1.30am MOTD Top 10: Ballers 2.00 The NFL Show 2.35-6.00am BBC News Freeview 20 Drama 6.00am Teleshopping 7.10 Birds of a Feather: six episodes 11.00 Sharpe 1.00pm One Foot in the Grave: triple bill 3.00 Last of the Summer Wine 4.30 Rosemary & Thyme: double bill 6.05 The Brokenwood Mysteries When Mike mysteriously leaves Brokenwood on other police business, Kristin leads the inquiry into a 1970s-themed party where several partygoers turn up dead. 8.05 Hetty Wainthropp Investigates At the behest of a local businessman, unlikely manhunter Hetty fearlessly sets out in search of the thugs responsible for attacking Asian businessmen. 9.05 An Inspector Calls A detective interrupts a wealthy family’s dinner party to tell them a young woman has committed suicide. David Thewlis stars. 11.00 Ashes to Ashes Two of Gene’s former colleagues arrive from Manchester. 12.20am Ashes to Ashes 1.40 Trial & Retribution 4.00-6.00am Teleshopping Freeview 13 Freeview 18 More4 Variations Freeview 27 ITVBe 7.00am Chrisley Knows Best: four episodes 9.00 LittleBe 12.00noon Masters of Flip 1.00 The Only Way Is Essex 2.00 Ferne McCann: First Time Mum 3.00 Billie and Greg: The Family Diaries 4.00 The Real Housewives of Cheshire 5.00 Dinner Date. Dulcie from Bristol looks for love. 6.00 Dinner Date Double bill. Chaand from London chooses his ideal diner; Gabrielle from London looks for love. 8.00 Celebrity Dinner Date Glamour model and reality TV star Casey Batchelor chooses three men to date based on the menus she most likes the look of. 9.00 Botched A patient with bologna-sized areolas wants to turn them into pepperonis, and surgeon Paul Nassif uses a new technique to rebuild a nose. 10.00 Ibiza Weekender Double bill. David sets about putting together a new team; David worries he will not have a team left. 12.00m’t Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars 1.00-7.00am Teleshopping 8.55am Food Unwrapped 9.30 A Place in the Sun 12.30pm Location, Location, Location: 20 Years and Counting 1.35 Come Dine with Me: five episodes 4.15 Four in a Bed: four episodes. 6.25 Four in a Bed The owners meet for the last time to find out what they have been paid and settle some scores. 6.55 Grand Designs Double bill. A couple building a home-cum-work of art in south Devon; a couple planning to build a black minimalist house on a country estate. 9.00 24 Hours in A&E Double bill. An 84-year-old is rushed to St George’s after a car accident; a woman is airlifted to hospital after being run over by a car. 11.05 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown Sean Lock and Miles Jupp take on Jon Richardson and Rose Matafeo, while Vic Reeves joins Susie Dent in Dictionary Corner. Hosted by Jimmy Carr. 12.10am Father Ted: double bill 1.15 24 Hours in A&E 3.20-3.50am Father Ted WALES As BBC1 except: 2.00pm Claimed and Shamed 2.30 Question of Sport 3.00-4.00 The Dragon’s Back Race. The story of the world’s toughest multi day mountain race. 5.20-5.25pm BBC Wales Today; Weather STV As ITV except: 1.00-5.00pm LIVE STV Racing: Live from Ascot 6.15-6.30 STV News 4.05-5.05am Unwind with STV ITV WALES As ITV except: 6.15-6.30pm ITV News Cymru Wales; Weather S4C 6.00am Cyw 8.00 Stwnsh Sadwrn 10.00 Mynyddoedd y Byd 11.00 Codi Hwyl America 11.30 Dim Byd i’w Wisgo 12.00noon Nyrsys 12.30pm LIVE Sgorio. Colwyn Bay v Cardiff Metropolitan University FC (kick-off 3.00pm). 2.50 LIVE Clwb Rygbi. Benetton v Ospreys (kick-off 3.00pm). 5.00 LIVE Clwb Rygbi. Leinster v Scarlets (kick-off 5.15pm). 7.15 Newyddion a Chwaraeon 7.30 LIVE Clwb Rygbi. Cardiff v Sharks (kick-off 7.35pm). 9.50 Noson Lawen 2021. Talented artists from Carmarthenshire. 10.50 Sgwrs Dan y Lloer. Elin Fflur chats to Owain Arthur. 11.20pm-12.25am Ciwb: Caneuon Sain o’r Archif. Following Ciwb as they try and record a full album in just five days. Picks of the day Strictly Come Dancing 7pm, BBC One It’s hard to believe but we’re already at the fourth week of this sparkling dance competition, which may have been running for 19 series, but still manages to bring a dash of glamour to our Saturday nights. Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman are our hosts as the pro-celebrity pairings put their best feet forward, aiming to impress judges Anton Du Beke, Motsi Mabuse, Shirley Ballas Paul O’Grady’s Saturday Night Line Up 9.35pm, ITV Paul concludes the series by putting questions, scenarios and dilemmas to Rupert Everett, Danny Jones, Catherine Tyldesley and Martin Kemp. The quartet then arrange themselves from best to worst to match the order that the British public have put them in. The celeb with the most points wins and receives a mystery prize from the host. BBC4 Freeview 9 7.00pm Coast The history of Harlech Castle in Gwynedd. 7.10 The Celts: Blood, Iron and Sacrifice with Alice Roberts and Neil Oliver A look at how Gallic warrior Vercingetorix’s army took on the Romans in an epic battle. 8.10 Pole to Pole Michael Palin travels from St Petersburg to Odessa. 9.00 Paris Police 1900 Double bill. Jouin visits Jeanne Chauvin to ask for help in translating some correspondence; Jouin takes a gamble and breaks a promise. Lepine makes a public show of his authority. 10.55 The Trials of Oscar Pistorius How Pistorius’ legal team hired an expert to recreate the shooting. 12.15am The Trials of Oscar Pistorius 1.25 Motherland. Julia feels ignored. 1.55 Pole to Pole 2.45-3.45am The Celts: Blood, Iron and Sacrifice with Alice Roberts and Neil Oliver Casualty 9.35pm, BBC One Every devotee of this longrunning medical drama knows that Derek Thompson (Charlie) is the only surviving original cast member and has been involved in some heavyweight storylines. He pops up in this episode, which sees poor Rash, who is desperate to help, become further embroiled with the gang. Meanwhile, the consultants fight over the clinical lead job. 5 USA 6.00am TJC 9.00 Murder, She Wrote 6.00pm Murder, She Wrote Four episodes. Jessica visits London, where she investigates the murder of an MP whose body disappeared shortly after he was found dead; the millionaire husband of a daytime soap queen is shot dead, so Jessica sets out to catch the culprit; Jessica’s colleague is charged with murder; a computer expert dies suddenly. 10.00 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Double bill. A Chicago crime resembles a decade-old New York City case, so police from the Windy City team up with the squad to track down a suspect they had to release earlier; the daughter of a convicted rapist tries to have him released. 12.00m’t Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: double bill 1.55 Ransom 3.35 Criminals: Caught on Camera 4.00-6.00am Teleshopping Saturday 16 and Craig Revel Horwood, who recently, rather naughtily revealed he can’t hear a thing Du Beke says because of the perspex screens between the quartet. The same can’t be said of the contestants as they await either praise or censure for their performances. The usual questions swirl: which of them will successfully trip the light fantastic and who will be packing their bags this week? FILM CHOICE The Hitman’s Bodyguard 9pm, Film4 This enjoyable mismatched buddy movie sees “personal security consultant” Ryan Reynolds tasked with delivering hired killer Samuel L Jackson to court, where he is to testify against despot Gary Oldman. Standing in his way are countless henchmen hell-bent on assassinating the turncoat. Plus, the killer himself is not the most co-operative of charges. Freeview 21 Sky Arts F’view 11 6.00am La Bayadere 8.30 Tales of the Unexpected: five episodes. 11.00 Discovering: Henry Fonda 12.00noon Discovering: Charlie Chaplin 1.00 Discovering: Greta Garbo 2.00 Portrait Artist of the Year 2021 3.00 Beethoven’s Fidelio by Christoph Waltz 5.30 George Ezra: Live at Baloise Session 7.15 BB King: Live in Concert at the Royal Albert Hall A 2011 performance by the blues musician. 9.00 FILM Hitsville: The Making of Motown (2019, 12) Performances, interviews and rarely seen footage come together to paint a picture of the history of Motown. ★★★ 11.00 Classic Albums Gil Scott- Heron’s Pieces of a Man. 12.00m’t Toots & the Maytals: From the Roots 1.30 Classic Albums 3.00 The Seventies 4.00 Soundbreaking 5.00-6.00am The Art of Architecture

film ratings ★★★★★ Brilliant ★★★★ Very Good ★★★ Good ★★ Average ★ Bad (R) Repeat BBC One BBC Two ITV Channel 4 Channel 5 6.00am Breakfast News headlines. 7.35 Match of the Day (R) 9.00 The Andrew Marr Show 10.00 Politics England Debate. 10.30 Sunday Morning Live 11.30 Scotland’s Sacred Islands with Ben Fogle Ben explores Catholic island life. 12.30pm Homes Under the Hammer Featuring properties in Stoke-on-Trent. (R) 1.00 BBC News; Weather 1.15 Songs of Praise 1.55 Points of View Comments. 2.10 The Mating Game Footage of mating rituals for aquatic creatures. (R) 3.10 FILM Swallows and Amazons (2016, PG) Period drama, with Rafe Spall and Kelly Macdonald. ★★★★ 4.40 BBC News Headlines. 5.00 Regional News; Weather 5.10 Countryfile Steve Brown presents reports on British wildlife from the Isle of Mull. 6.10 The Mating Game The mating rituals of the varied species dwelling in jungles. 6.00am Walks of Life Mehreen Baig explores the Lake District. (R) 7.00 Britain in Bloom (R) 7.30 Gardeners’ World (R) 8.30 Countryfile (R) 9.30 Landward From Lairg. 10.00 Saturday Kitchen Best Bites Matt Tebbutt takes a look back at some favourite recipes and best moments from Saturday Kitchen. 11.30 The Hairy Bikers Go North The duo explores the North York Moors National Park. (R) 12.30pm The Best Dishes Ever A selection of recipes from the BBC archives. (R) 1.00 The World’s Most Extraordinary Homes A house in Canada inspired by two ships in dry dock. (R) 2.00 LIVE NFL Jacksonville Jaguars v Miami Dolphins (kick-off 2.30pm). Nat Coombs presents all the action from the AFC clash at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. 6.00 Climate Change: Ade on the Frontline Ade Adepitan visits Bangladesh. (R) 6.00am CITV: Dino Dana (R) 6.10 Mr Magoo Triple bill. (R) 6.35 Thunderbirds Are Go (R) 7.00 Mission Employable (R) 7.05 Mighty Mike Double bill. (R) 7.20 Mr Bean Double bill. (R) 7.45 The Tom and Jerry Show (R) 8.05 LEGO Ninjago Double bill. (R) 8.25 Rubbish World of Dave Spud 8.55 Makeaway Takeaway (R) 9.25 ITV News Headlines. 9.30 Cornwall and Devon Walks with Julia Bradbury (R) 10.00 Love Your Weekend with Alan Titchmarsh 11.55 All Around Britain 12.55pm ITV News; Weather 1.05 LIVE FA Cup First Round Draw Seema Jaswal presents. 1.35 You’ve Been Framed! (R) 2.05 Dickinson’s Biggest and Best Deals 3.05 FILM The Spy Who Loved Me (1977, PG) Adventure, with Roger Moore. ★★★★ 5.30 The Chase Quiz show. (R) 6.30 ITV News; Weather 6.50 Regional News; Weather 6.05am Mike & Molly Triple bill. (R) 7.15 The King of Queens (R) 8.00 The Simpsons Triple bill. (R) 9.30 Sunday Brunch Tom Daley talks about his book, Coming Up for Air. Robert Carlyle discusses the series COBRA: Cyberwar. There’s music in the studio from Self Esteem, who performs her song Mood. 12.30pm The Simpsons (R) 12.55 The Simpsons (R) 1.25 The Simpsons (R) 1.50 The Simpsons (R) 2.25 The Great British Bake Off The amateurs take on dessert week, involving a twist on the classic pavlova, a toffee technical and a delicate dessert wrapped in intricately patterned sponge for their showpiece. (R) 3.40 FILM Transformers: Dark of the Moon (2011, 12) The autobots fight to protect Earth when a devastating weapon from their own world is recovered. Adventure sequel, starring Shia LaBeouf. ★★★ 6.30 Channel 4 News Headlines. 6.00am Milkshake! Children’s TV. 10.00 SpongeBob SquarePants Animated double bill. (R) 10.25 Entertainment News on 5 Showbiz news and gossip. 10.30 NFL End Zone Action from the latest matches in the NFL. 11.00 Friends Double bill. (R) 12.00noon Friends Joey discovers Chandler’s secret romance. (R) 12.30 Friends Emily asks Ross to move away with her. (R) 12.55 Friends Ross moves in with Chandler and Joey. (R) 1.30 Motorway Cops: Catching Britain’s Speeders PC Andy Doran goes on the hunt for a suspected car thief who has abandoned his vehicle on a housing estate. (R) 2.30 FILM Planet of the Apes (2001, 12) An astronaut crash-lands on a strange planet ruled by intelligent apes, who capture and enslave him. Remake of the 1960s sci-fi adventure, directed by Tim Burton and starring Mark Wahlberg and Helena Bonham Carter. ★★★ 7 8 9 10 11 12 midnight 9pm, Ridley Road: Agnes O’Casey 7.10 Strictly Come Dancing: The Results The latest results show opens with a glorious routine from the professional dancers, before Westlife perform in the Strictly ballroom and one couple’s fate hangs in the balance. 8.00 The Earthshot Prize 2021 Dermot O’Leary and Clara Amfo present the awards ceremony celebrating environmental projects working to combat climate change, and providing funds to help them achieve their goals. 9.00 Ridley Road Soly tries to convince the police of the threat to the Jewish community posed by the NSM, but when he is unsuccessful, the 62 Group are forced to take matters into their own hands. Drama, with Agnes O’Casey. 10.00 BBC News Headlines. 10.20 Regional News; Weather 10.30 Match of the Day 2 Mark Chapman presents action from Everton v West Ham United at Goodison Park and Newcastle United v Tottenham Hotspur at St James’ Park. 11.30 Radio 1’s Out Out! Live Best Bits Highlights from the concert at Wembley, with Joel Corry, Sam Fender, Becky Hill, KSI, Sigrid, Griff, Dermot Kennedy, AJ Tracey, Mimi Webb, Jess Glynne, Bastille and Biffy Clyro. 12.30am FILM At Any Price (2012, 18) A farmer and his rebellious race driver son are forced to pull together as the family business comes under a series of threats. Drama, starring Dennis Quaid and Zac Efron. ★★★ 2.10 Weather for the Week Ahead 2.15-6.00am BBC News 9.45pm, Dave: Dave Burd 7.00 Cornwall: This Fishing Life The documentary follows the Toms as they try to resurrect the last boat built in Looe and invest in the future of the town’s fishing fleet, with three generations getting involved. (R) 8.00 Antiques Roadshow: Best of the Summer, Part 2 Fiona Bruce shares unseen items from recent roadshows, from a set of designer jewellery to an ancient strong-box and some engraved glasses which might not be all that they seem. (R) 9.00 The Ranganation Roisin Conaty and Guz Khan join Romesh Ranganathan in the studio to take a look at the week’s biggest talking points. 9.45 Dave Benny and Dave’s friendship blossoms, while Mike’s isolation deepens and a chance encounter sheds light on the root of his anger. 10.15 Dave Kareem Abdul-Jabbar finds out that Lil Dicky made a song about him. 10.45 FILM The Death of Stalin (2017, 15) The place is Moscow, the year is 1953 and after being in power for nearly 30 years, Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin dies after an inconveniently brief illness. Amid the shock, the members of the Council of Ministers engage in a chaotic bid for power. Political satire, starring Andrea Riseborough. ★★★★ 12.25am Sign Zone: Question Time. Fiona Bruce hosts the political debate from Nottingham, inviting a panel of politicians and other guests to answer questions from an invited audience. (R) 1.25 Sign Zone: Holby City. Max delivers a life-changing blow to Lucky. (R) 2.05-6.30am This Is BBC Two 8pm, The Larkins: Sabrina Bartlett and Tok Stephen 7.00 Family Fortunes Gino D’Acampo hosts as the Shares of Worcester go up against the Alveranga family of Luton, trying to guess the most popular responses to surveys posed to 100 people for a chance to win £30,000. 8.00 The Larkins The Larkins woo Charley the taxman, while Mariette agrees to put her plans on hold and stay for the summer, but finds her heart is being pulled in many directions. Bradley Walsh and Joanna Scanlan star. 9.00 Angela Black After Ed’s claims about her husband confirm her worst fears, Angela struggles to keep up the facade with Olivier and the boys, while Ed wants to join forces with her to take action. Drama, with Joanne Froggatt. 10.05 ITV News; Weather 10.20 Sorry, I Didn’t Know Curtis Walker, James Acaster, Humza Arshad and Sikisa join team leaders Chizzy Akudolu and Judi Love to answer questions about black history. 10.45 Out of Their Skin Part one of two. Ian Wright charts the inspiring rise of black footballers in Britain. (R) 11.45 All Around Britain Ria Hebden and Alex Beresford are welcomed into Sikh temple the Guru Nanak Darbar Gurdwara in Gravesend. (R) 12.40am Home Shopping 3.00 FYI Extra 3.15 Motorsport UK. Richard John Neil presents action from Knockhill, featuring round 14 of the British F4 Championship and round eight of the Porsche Carrera Cup GB. (R) 4.05 Unwind With ITV 5.05- 6.00am Tipping Point. Quiz show. (R) 7pm, Billion Pound Cruise 7.00 Billion Pound Cruise Daily life on the mammoth cruise ship the Symphony of the Seas, which boasts 20 pools and jacuzzis, two surf simulators, a rock-climbing wall, an ice rink, a basketball court and a mini golf course. (R) 8.00 Billionaire Cruise Ship: Paradise Island The island of Ocean Cay is owned by the giant cruise liner company, MSC Cruises, and three times a week a ship carrying over 5,000 expectant holidaymakers arrives. (R) 9.00 Celebrity Trash Monsters: What’s Your Waste Size? Jon Richardson challenges John Barnes, Jodie Kidd and Kerry Katona to make clothes out of their own rubbish to discover the impact their waste has on climate change. The three stars must go about their daily routines for two weeks exclusively wearing the outfits they make. 10.30 Gogglebox: Celebrity Special Another chance to see celebrities cast their eyes over the week’s best TV. (R) 11.35 FILM The Hate U Give (2018, 12) When she witnesses the fatal shooting of her childhood friend by a policeman, a teenager must stand up for what is right. Drama, starring Amandla Stenberg and Regina Hall. ★★★★ 1.55am FILM The Secret of Marrowbone (2017, 15) Horror, starring George MacKay and Anya Taylor-Joy. ★★★ 3.45 Couples Come Dine with Me. Three couples compete in East Anglia. (R) 4.40 Location, Location, Location. From Yorkshire. (R) 5.35-6.05am Beat the Chef (R) 9pm, A Year in Provence: Carol Drinkwater 4.45 FILM Pearl Harbor (2001, 12) Two friends fall for the same woman during the Second World War just as the Japanese launch an attack on a US naval base. Romantic drama, starring Ben Affleck and Kate Beckinsale. ★★ 8.00 Brits in France Elaine and Andrew search for their dream home and a new life in France after selling up in the UK, while Steph attempts to persuade the local mayor to let her paint the shutters on her home the same colour pink as her hair. 9.00 A Year in Provence with Carol Drinkwater Michel and his nephew Marvin tackle the strenuous task of renovating and repainting the shutters, while Carol takes a boat trip to view exclusive properties on the Cote d’Azur. 10.00 Bargain-Loving Brits in the Sun DJ Graham faces a dilemma when he is offered his old job back. (R) 10.50 Britain’s Favourite Comedy: The 70s Jo Brand presents a celebration of great sketches from the 1970s, featuring archive material and contributions from the writers and performers themselves. From Morecambe and Wise’s breakfast to Monty Python and an infamous (and lifeless) feathered friend, Jo explores just what made these sketches so good. (R) 1.00am The 21.co.uk Live Casino Show 3.00 FILM Power Rangers (2017, 12) Fantasy adventure, starring Elizabeth Banks. ★★★ 4.50 Britain’s Great Cathedrals with Tony Robinson (R) 5.40 Milkshake! Monkey’s Amazing Adventures (R) 5.50-6.00am Peppa Pig (R)

Freeview 6 ITV2 6.00am FYI Extra 6.15 Totally Bonkers Guinness World Records 6.45 Secret Crush 8.40 Dress to Impress 11.40 You’ve Been Framed! Unchained! 12.45pm You’ve Been Framed! Gold 1.10 Family Fortunes 2.15 FILM The Nut Job (2014, U) Animated comedy, with the voice of Will Arnett. ★★ 4.00 FILM Casper (1995, PG) Supernatural family comedy, starring Christina Ricci. ★★★★ 6.05 FILM Hotel Transylvania 3: A Monster Vacation (2018, U) Animation, with the voice of Adam Sandler. ★★★ 8.00 FILM Fast & Furious 6 (2013, 12) Action thriller, starrring Vin Diesel. ★★★ 10.40 Family Guy Double bill of fun. 11.35 American Dad! Stan turns the house into an urban homestead. 12.05am American Dad! 12.30 The Emily Atack Show 1.15 Plebs 2.15 Iain Stirling’s CelebAbility 2.55 Guinness World Records 3.20 Unwind With ITV 3.30-6.00am Teleshopping Freeview 19 Dave 6.00am Teleshopping 7.10 Yianni: Supercar Customiser 8.00 Rick Stein’s Long Weekends 9.00 Storage Hunters UK 10.00 American Pickers 11.00 Red Bull Soapbox Race 2019 1.00pm Top Gear 3.00 Would I Lie to You? 3.40 Would I Lie to You? The Unseen Bits 4.20 Would I Lie to You? At Christmas 5.00 Whose Line Is It Anyway? USA 6.00 Big Zuu’s Big Eats Double bill. 7.00 Fast Justice Documentary series. 8.00 Border Force: America’s Gatekeepers Meth is found inside a truck driver’s speakers, a Mexican boy claiming US citizenship is questioned. 9.00 Have I Got a Bit More News for You Romesh Ranganathan hosts an extended edition of the quiz, with Alice Levine. 10.00 Late Night Mash With Nish Kumar. 11.00 Live at the Apollo Comedy sets. 12.00m’t QI XL 1.00 Have I Got a Bit More News for You 2.00 Live at the Apollo 3.05-4.00am Sin City Motors E4 6.00am Hollyoaks Omnibus 8.25 FILM Rugrats Go Wild (2003, U) Children’s animated adventure, with the voice of Nancy Cartwright. ★★ 10.00 Married at First Sight Australia 2.30pm FILM Rio 2 (2014, U) Animated comedy sequel, with the voice of Jesse Eisenberg. ★★★ 4.25 The Big Bang Theory. Four episodes. 6.25 The Big Bang Theory Howard and Raj try to find Sheldon a new girlfriend. 6.50 FILM The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (2003, 12) Comic-book adventure, with Sean Connery. ★★★ 9.00 FILM Jason Bourne (2016, 12) Former government operative Jason Bourne is drawn out of hiding to uncover more truths about his father. Thriller, with Matt Damon and Tommy Lee Jones. ★★★★ 11.35 Gogglebox The Great British Bake Off and Take Me Out are appraised. 12.35am Naked Attraction. Dating show. 1.40 Taskmaster 2.45 The Big Bang Theory 3.35-6.00am Hollyoaks Omnibus YTV As ITV except: 6.50-7.00pm ITV News Calendar. The day’s latest headlines. BBC Scotland 7.00pm The Seven 7.15 Rugby: Super Six Highlights 2021. Ayrshire Bulls v Southern Knights. 8.15 Shankly: Nature’s Fire. Profile of football manager Bill Shankly. 9.45 Rewind 2000s. TV programmes, music and news stories from 2009. Last in the series. 10.00 Still Game. Jack and Victor celebrate their friendship. 10.30 David Wilson’s Crime Files 11.00pm-12.00m’t Seven Days. News, sport and entertainment stories. SCOTLAND As BBC1 except: 10.00-10.30am The Sunday Show 5.00-5.05pm Reporting Scotland; Weather 10.20-10.25pm Reporting Scotland. The latest headlines; Weather WALES As BBC1 except: 10.00-10.30am Politics Wales 2.10pm FILM Swallows and Amazons (2016, PG)★★★★ 3.40-4.40 Wonders of the Celtic Deep 5.00-5.05 BBC Wales Today; Weather 10.20-10.25pm BBC Wales Today. The latest headlines; Weather WALES As BBC2 except: 6.00pm Scrum V. Action from the United Rugby Championship. Freeview 20 Drama 6.00am Teleshopping 7.10 The Bill: four episodes. 11.00 Northanger Abbey 1.00pm FILM Persuasion (1995, U) Drama, with Amanda Root. ★★★★ 3.10 Catherine Cookson’s The Glass Virgin 6.40 Call the Midwife Jenny helps a mum-to-be whose baby was not fathered by her husband – and to complicate matters, the real father is black. Cynthia is inspired by a lecture on natural childbirth. 8.00 Miss Scarlet and the Duke Eliza is hired to go undercover and infiltrate a disruptive gang, but is less delighted when she learns she will be spying on a group of campaigning suffragettes. 9.10 Broken Father Michael visits the Demichelis children who are struggling to cope, but his offer of help is rejected. 10.30 Rebus The detective looks into an apparent suicide at an investment bank, while Clarke investigates a stabbing. 12.05am The Casual Vacancy 1.25 Trial & Retribution 4.00-6.00am Teleshopping Freeview 13 Freeview 18 More4 Variations Freeview 27 ITVBe 7.00am Chrisley Knows Best: four episodes. 9.00 LittleBe 12.00noon Be Beautiful 12.10 The Real Housewives of Atlanta. Five episodes. 4.55 The Only Way Is Essex 5.55 Celebrity Dinner Date 7.00 Ferne McCann: First Time Mum Ferne gets emotional as daughter Sunday has her last day at nursery. 8.00 Billie and Greg: The Family Diaries The Shepherds are in full holiday mode as they head off to Portugal. 9.00 The Only Way Is Essex Pete whisks everyone away to a single’s retreat. 10.00 Botched A woman who is seeking help to remedy her facial features. 10.55 The Real Housewives of Cheshire Tanya pleads with her mum Julie and daughter Gabriella not to go under the knife. 11.55 Vanderpump Rules Tom throws an ‘extra’ birthday party to encourage his friends to be their best selves. 12.50am Unwind With ITV. Daily escape. 1.00-7.00am Teleshopping 8.55am George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces 9.55 Ugly House to Lovely House with George Clarke 11.00 Prue’s Great Garden Plot 12.00noon Four in a Bed 2.40 Come Dine with Me 5.20 Four in a Bed 6.25 Four in a Bed Triple bill of the show. 8.00 George Clarke’s Old House, New Home George Clarke turns an old house in Wales into a modern home – a job made trickier by the owner’s hatred of standard kitchen designs – and reshapes an awkward extension in Hove. 9.00 999: On the Front Line Paramedics treat a woman who has broken her leg. 10.00 24 Hours in A&E The staff at St George’s A&E tend to 59-year-old Debby, who cut her hand on her lawnmower. 11.05 Emergency Helicopter Medics In Cambridgeshire, the heli-medics race to treat a cyclist with a brain injury. 12.10am 999: On the Front Line 1.15 24 Hours in A&E 2.20 Emergency Helicopter Medics 3.25-3.50am Food Unwrapped 6.45-7.00pm Coast. Neil Oliver travels to Langland Bay and makes laverbread. STV As ITV except: 6.50-7.00pm STV News. Headlines. 4.05-5.05am Unwind with STV ITV WALES As ITV except: 6.50-7.00pm ITV News Cymru Wales. The latest headlines. S4C 6.00am Cyw 8.50 Penblwyddi Cyw 9.00 Creaduriaid Gwyllt Affrica 10.00 Ffit Cymru 11.00 Mamwlad Gyda Ffion Hague 11.30 Dechrau Canu Dechrau Canmol 12.00noon Yr Wythnos 12.30pm Dan Do 1.00 Rygbi Pawb 1.45 Dudley 2.15 Dudley 2.45 Teithiau Tramor Iolo 3.15 Olion: Palu am Hanes 3.45 Teithiau Tramor Iolo 4.15 Lowri Morgan: Her 333 4.45 Goreuon Lorient 5.40 Triathlon Cymru 6.10 Pobol y Cwm Omnibws. Extended edition of the soap. 7.15 Newyddion a Chwaraeon 7.30 Dechrau Canu Dechrau Canmol. Nia Roberts is in Llandysul to report on the Tir Dewi charity. 8.00 Am Dro!. Walks around Chirk Castle, Tregarth, Rhosili, and Laugharne. 9.00 Craith. Father McEwan checks on how Glyn is coping with what’s happened – which comes as a shock to Sion. 10.00 Y Byd ar Bedwar 10.30- 11.35pm Cynefin. The rich history of Cardigan. Picks of the day Celebrity Trash Monsters: What’s Your Waste Size? 9pm, Channel 4 Jon Richardson presents this intriguing programme, which is trying to make Jodie Kidd, Kerry Katona and John Barnes truly understand their impact on the environment. All three admit to being clueless about the impact their waste has on climate change, but they agree to sign up for an interesting two-week challenge. They will go about their normal lives while wearing a specially The Mating Game 6.10pm, BBC One It’s essential to stand out from the crowd in the jungle. Male chimpanzees are known for the ferocity of their rivalry to impress potential partners, but one younger male discovers a little care and attention gains him favour with female chimps. Plus, we see great argus pheasants’ elaborate displays and mandrils using facial colouring. BBC4 Freeview 9 7.00pm BBC Proms Classics: Chineke! Orchestra with Sheku Kanneh Mason and Jeanine de Bique Katie Derham and Sheku Kanneh-Mason to look back to 2017 when Chineke!, became the first British majority BME symphony orchestra to take the Proms stage. 8.30 Black Classical Music: The Forgotten History Lenny Henry and Suzy Klein celebrate black classical composers and musicians. 10.00 FILM Romeo and Juliet: Beyond Words (2019, 12) A cinematic reimagining of Kenneth MacMillan’s classic ballet. ★★★★ 11.30 FILM Young Ahmed (2019, 15) Premiere. Drama, starring Idir Ben Addi and Victoria Bluck. ★★★ 12.50am The Beauty of Maps. Documentary. 1.20 The Beauty of Maps 1.50-3.20am Black Classical Music: The Forgotten History Angela Black 9pm, ITV The gripping drama continues as Angela struggles to maintain the usual pretence at home after Ed’s bombshell about Olivier. From waking up in an empty house to making a bloody discovery, her paranoia starts to get the better of her, and she has no idea whether she can trust Ed. However, when he suggests there are answers to be found, Angela decides to act. 5 USA 6.00am TJC 9.00 FILM Columbo: How to Dial a Murder (1978, PG) ★★★ 10.30 FILM Columbo: Grand Deceptions (1989, PG) Crime drama. ★★ 12.25pm FILM Columbo: Dagger of the Mind (1972, PG) ★★ 2.25 FILM Columbo: Murder, Smoke and Shadows (1989, PG) ★★★ 4.20 FILM Columbo: Prescription Murder (1968, PG) Drama. ★★★★ 6.25 FILM Columbo: Dead Weight (1971, PG) Crime drama. ★★★ 8.00 FILM Columbo: Murder by the Book (1971, PG) Drama. ★★★★ 9.35 FILM Columbo: The Bye-Bye Sky-High IQ Murder Case (1977, U) Drama, starring Peter Falk. ★★★★ 11.05 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit A boy is kidnapped. 12.00m’t Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. Double bill. 1.55 Ransom 3.35 Criminals: Caught on Camera 4.00-6.00am Teleshopping Sunday 17 designed “trash suit” made up of all the rubbish they have generated. The trial sharpens the focus on John Barnes’ love of single-use plastic, Jodie Kidd’s family meat consumption and Kerry Katona’s love for daily family take-aways. Jon then asks them to impose new rules on their households, and compares their carbon footprints before and after the challenge. FILM CHOICE The Death Of Stalin 10.45pm, BBC Two (NI, 11.15pm) Armando Iannucci’s very clever satirical comedy chronicles the immediate before, during and aftermath of the Soviet dictator’s demise. The cast includes Jason Isaacs, Jeffrey Tambor, Michael Palin and Andrea Riseborough, but it’s Simon Russell Beale (as secret police boss Beria) and Steve Buscemi (as future leader Khrushchev) who stand out. Freeview 21 Sky Arts F’view 11 6.00am Sir Simon Rattle: Beethoven Symphonies 7.30 Andre Rieu: Love in Maastricht 8.30 Tales of the Unexpected 11.00 Portrait Artist of the Year 2021 12.00noon Discovering 1.00 Landmark 2.00 Placido Domingo Opera Gala: 50 Years at the Arena 5.00 Celine Dion: Taking Chances World Tour 7.00 Julie Andrews Forever 8.00 Billie Eilish: Austin City Limits 9.00 Genesis: When in Rome The rock band perform in front of 500,000 fans at Rome’s Circus Maximus. 11.00 Isle of Wight Festival Greatest Hits Double bill of performances, featuring The Specials’ set from 2014 and Blondie’s set from 2010. 12.00m’t The Ritchie Blackmore Story 2.00 FILM Joan Jett: Bad Reputation (2018, 15) Documentary. ★★★★ 4.00 Classic Albums 5.00-6.00am The Art of Architecture

film ratings ★★★★★ Brilliant ★★★★ Very Good ★★★ Good ★★ Average ★ Bad (R) Repeat BBC One BBC Two ITV Channel 4 Channel 5 6.00am Breakfast News headlines. 9.15 Rip Off Britain: Live 10.00 NEW Dom Delivers The important and often unseen world of deliveries. 10.45 Claimed and Shamed 11.15 Homes Under the Hammer Properties in South London, Merseyside and Wales. (R) 12.15pm Bargain Hunt Charlie Ross presents the show from Hele, near Exeter. 1.00 BBC News at One; Weather 1.30 Regional News; Weather 1.45 Doctors Daniel supports a young woman facing a life-changing diagnosis. 2.15 Impossible Quiz show. (R) 3.00 Escape to the Country A Burton upon Trent couple look for a south Devon home. (R) 3.45 Money for Nothing From Witley Recycling Centre. 4.30 Antiques Road Trip Natasha Raskin Sharp and Raj Bisram head for an auction. (R) 5.15 Pointless Quiz show. 6.00 BBC News at Six; Weather 6.30 Regional News; Weather 6.30am Bargain Hunt (R) 7.15 Money for Nothing (R) 8.00 Sign Zone: The Repair Shop 9.00 BBC News at 9 Headlines. 10.00 BBC News Headlines. 12.15pm Politics Live The latest stories from Westminster. 1.00 Head Hunters Quiz show, hosted by Rob Beckett. (R) 1.45 Eggheads Quiz show. (R) 2.15 Best Bakes Ever A selection of recipes from TV chefs. (R) 2.45 Heir Hunters Probate detectives try to find relatives of a jazz singer. (R) 3.30 Curiosity Contestants from Kent and the West Country take part. (R) 4.15 Back to the Land with Kate Humble Kate heads to Cornwall to visit a business making gouda cheese. (R) 5.15 Flog It! From Leicester. (R) 6.00 Richard Osman’s House of Games With Michelle Collins, Reginald D Hunter, Joanne McNally and Bill Turnbull. 6.30 Strictly: It Takes Two Rylan chats to the latest couple to be voted off the show. 6.00am Good Morning Britain News, current affairs and lifestyle features. 9.00 Lorraine Entertainment and fashion news reports. 10.00 This Morning A mix of celebrity chat, lifestyle features, advice and competitions. Including Local Weather. 12.30pm Loose Women Celebrity interviews and topical debate with the panel. 1.30 ITV News; Weather 1.55 Regional News; Weather 2.00 Bling Nikki creates a bespoke wedding ring for Gina and Oskar from family heirlooms, while David tries to source special stones to replace those missing in Louise’s moonstone necklace. 3.00 Winning Combination Quiz, hosted by Omid Djalili. 3.59 Regional Weather 4.00 Tipping Point Quiz, hosted by Ben Shephard. 5.00 The Chase Quiz show, hosted by Bradley Walsh. 6.00 Regional News; Weather 6.30 ITV Evening News; Weather 6.05am Countdown (R) 6.45 The Big Bang Theory (R) 7.35 The King of Queens (R) 9.00 Frasier Triple bill. (R) 10.30 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA (R) 11.25 Channel 4 News Summary 11.30 Find It, Fix It, Flog It (R) 12.30pm Steph’s Packed Lunch Steph McGovern presents. 2.10 Countdown Lesley Joseph is in Dictionary Corner. 3.00 A Place in the Sun A couple search for a holiday home near the Gran Canaria town of Vecindario. (R) 4.00 Chateau DIY Matt and Helen introduce an English bandstand – only to find it has arrived as a flatpack. 5.00 Four in a Bed The first destination of the week is Becketts in Southsea. 5.30 The Perfect Pitch Motorhome enthusiasts explore campsites in Somerset. 6.00 The Simpsons Sideshow Bob is released from prison. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks Warren makes a decision about his future. (R) 6.00am Milkshake! Children’s TV. 9.15 Jeremy Vine Discussion. 11.15 NEW Shoplifters & Scammers: At War with the Law Methods used to thwart criminals targeting shops. 12.10pm 5 News at Lunchtime 12.15 Police Interceptors (R) 1.15 Home and Away See 6.00pm for details. (R) 1.45 Neighbours See 5.30pm for details. 2.15 FILM The Gourmet Detective: Roux the Day (2020, PG) Crime drama, starring Dylan Neal. ★★★★ 4.00 Bargain-Loving Brits in the Sun Wayne and Des organise a charity fundraiser. (R) 5.00 5 News at 5 Headlines. 5.30 Neighbours Nicolette refuses to let go of how she has been parenting Isla. (R) 6.00 Home and Away Ryder and Chloe are caught red-handed working in the kitchen without permission. (R) 6.30 Eggheads The Upper Eden Chancers try their luck against the Eggheads. 7 8 9 10 11 12 midnight 7.30pm, Online Abuse: Why Do You Hate Me? 7.00 The One Show Jermaine Jenas presents the first visit of the week to the studio. 7.30 Online Abuse: Why Do You Hate Me? – Panorama Marianna Spring reports on the concern regarding the rising figures for online abuse. 8.00 EastEnders Liam is left alone at the Arches, giving him a money-making idea. Janine asks Jay for a job at the car lot, and Kat confronts Harvey after the incident with Ash. 8.30 The Trick Fact-based drama about the 2009 Climategate Scandal, in which a worldrenowned professor climate science became the victim of a cyberterrorism incident that left him at the centre of a media storm. Starring Jason Watkins, Victoria Hamilton and George MacKay. 10.00 BBC News at Ten 10.25 Regional News; Weather 10.35 RuPaul’s Drag Race UK Emma Bunton joins the judging panel for a special girl band-themed challenge, while members of Steps coach the queens in recording and performing their own song. 11.45 The Apprentice Australia The celebrities design and model swimwear at a fashion show at Sydney’s iconic Bondi Icebergs pools. Lord Sugar presents them with two new celebrities to join their teams. 12.55am The Graham Norton Show. The host is joined by guests Billy Connolly, Lenny Henry, Eileen Atkins and Jodie Whittaker. Plus, Coldplay perform their current single My Universe. (R) 1.40 Weather for the Week Ahead 1.45-6.00am BBC News. The latest headlines. 10pm, Alma’s Not Normal: Sophie Willan 7.00 Iolo’s Pembrokeshire Iolo Williams finds beautiful migrant birds in the lower slopes of the Preseli Mountains. 7.30 Mastermind Specialist subjects include Margaret Thatcher and Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Clive Myrie hosts. 8.00 Only Connect Victoria Coren Mitchell hosts the third second-round match as the Muppets take on the Steelers for a place in the quarter-finals. 8.30 University Challenge The first of the highestscoring loser matches. 9.00 Blair & Brown: The New Labour Revolution A look at how millennium celebrations were tempered by a feeling across the country that New Labour hadn’t yet delivered what they promised when they first came to power in 1997. 10.00 Alma’s Not Normal Things between Lin and Joan are not going well, and the news that Alma will be leaving for a tour looks like it might push Lin over the edge. Sophie Willan stars. Last in series. 10.30 Newsnight Headlines. 11.15 Climate Change Goes on Trial Nick Beake travels to Norway to meet young people taking on their government in an attempt to prevent further drilling for oil and gas. 11.40 Hunting the Essex Lorry Killers Documentary. (R) 12.40am Sign Zone: Countryfile. A look at how harvests will look in the future as British agriculture undergoes a period of change. (R) 1.40 Sign Zone: Saving Lives at Sea. Documentary. (R) 2.40 Sign Zone: Inside Culture: When Mary Met Hillary Clinton (R) 3.10-6.30am This Is BBC Two 5pm, The Chase: Bradley Walsh 7.00 Emmerdale The day takes a horrible turn, Meena has a devious plan, and Priya and Ellis head off for some fun. 7.30 Coronation Street Abi sets off for Corey’s house with a gun, and Harvey orchestrates his escape from custody. 8.00 Save Money: My Beautiful Green Home Following three families as they transform their traditional properties into eco-friendly homes. 8.30 Coronation Street Dev faces an impossible choice between his two children. 9.00 Code of a Killer The main suspect is released to a storm of controversy, and with the killer of the two schoolgirls still at large, Baker proposes the ambitious plan of testing the blood of every male in the area between the ages of 18 and 34 – the world’s first DNA manhunt. But he and Jeffreys face huge opposition from sceptics within the police and the community, as well as the establishment. (R) 10.20 ITV News; Weather 10.50 Regional News; Weather 11.05 Will.i.am: The Blackprint The musician explores what it means to be Black and British, meeting civil rights heroes, schoolchildren and trailblazers in technology. (R) 11.55 Out of Their Skin Part two of two. Ian Wright charts the inspiring rise of black footballers in Britain. (R) 12.50am Home Shopping 3.00 FYI Extra 3.15 Loose Women. Celebrity interviews and studio discussion. (R) 4.05 Unwind With ITV 5.05-6.00am Tipping Point. Ben Shephard hosts the arcade-themed quiz show. (R) 10pm, Police, Racism and Me: Bill Thomas 7.00 Channel 4 News A round-up of the latest headlines, in-depth interviews and analysis of political developments and current affairs. Plus, the day’s leading sports stories and up-to-theminute weather reports. 8.00 Clapped Out: Is the NHS Broken? – Dispatches Matthew Syed reports on the issues that have left the NHS stretched to the limit, and comparing British healthcare provision with other nations around the world. 9.00 24 Hours in Police Custody Part two of two. Bedfordshire Police’s largest ever operation into historic abuse continues, with DS Rachael Foy spending three years working to persuade victims to testify against the suspect. 10.00 Yorkshire Cop: Police, Racism and Me The story of Bill Thomas, the first Black male police officer in South Yorkshire. Bill’s filmmaker son takes him to revisit old haunts and share a unique vision of British history. 11.00 999: On the Front Line Paramedic Rob Armstrong fights to save the life of a truck driver who is having a heart attack, while Paul Johnson and Alex Flashwood treat a woman they believe is having a stroke. (R) 12.05am Hair Power: Me and My Afro (R) 1.05 Ramsay’s Hotel Hell (R) 1.55 FILM The Guilty (2018, 15) Crime drama, starring Jakob Cedergren and Jessica Dinnage. ★★★ 3.25 24 Hours in A&E (R) 4.20 Couples Come Dine with Me (R) 5.10-6.05am Location, Location, Location (R) 6.30pm, Eggheads: Jeremy Vine 7.00 Police Interceptors The officers track down a high-powered Audi speeding through the back streets of Bradford, and in Wakefield, dog handler Duncan and police dog Tia are in hot pursuit of a renegade van. (R) 8.00 Motorway Cops: Catching Britain’s Speeders Anton Sullivan is baffled by the behaviour of a motorist who fails to stop, while David Reed races to deliver life-saving equipment to a motorist with a suspected heart attack. 9.00 Casualty 24/7: Every Second Counts Eight junior doctors start their first shifts on what is forecast to be one of the hottest days on record at Barnsley Hospital, and Sister Vicky keeps a close eye on the new medics. 10.00 Police Code Zero: Officer Under Attack Two officers are taken by surprise when a man armed with a knife runs out of a house and threatens them, while in Stoke-on-Trent Sgt Durose and a colleague respond to an urgent 999 call. 11.05 999: Critical Condition Trauma team leader Julie Norton battles to save two patients whose lives hang in the balance, and another man is bleeding so heavily he risks losing his entire circulatory system. (R) 12.05am The Boy Who Grew a New Brain: Extraordinary People (R) 1.00 LIVE Live NFL: Monday Night Football. Tennessee Titans v Buffalo Bills. 4.30 Britain’s Greatest Bridges (R) 4.45 Wildlife SOS (R) 5.10 Divine Designs (R) 5.35 Fireman Sam (R) 5.45-6.00am Paw Patrol (R)

Freeview 6 ITV2 6.00am FYI Extra 6.15 Secret Crush 7.20 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 8.00 Emmerdale 8.30 Coronation Street 9.30 Ellen’s Game of Games 10.30 Dress to Impress 11.30 Secret Crush 12.30pm Emmerdale 1.00 Coronation Street 2.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 3.00 Dress to Impress 4.00 Secret Crush 5.00 You’ve Been Framed! Gold 6.00 Celebrity Catchphrase With Tony Bellew, Kelly Osbourne and Dan Walker. 7.00 Superstore Double bill of comedy. 8.00 Bob’s Burgers Double bill of fun. 9.00 Family Guy Animated antics. 9.30 American Dad! Animated antics. 10.00 Family Guy Triple bill of fun. 11.30 American Dad! Animated antics. 11.55 Bob’s Burgers Animated antics. 12.25am Bob’s Burgers 12.50 Superstore 1.50 The Emily Atack Show 2.25 Don’t Hate the Playaz 3.05 Totally Bonkers Guinness World Records 3.20 Unwind With ITV 3.30-6.00am Teleshopping Freeview 19 Dave 6.00am Teleshopping 7.10 Yianni: Supercar Customiser 8.00 Timber Kings 9.00 Storage Hunters UK 10.00 American Pickers 12.00noon Top Gear 2.00 Whose Line Is It Anyway? USA 3.00 Top Gear 4.00 Red Bull Soapbox Race 5.00 Rick Stein’s Spain 6.00 QI XL With Jo Brand and Jimmy Carr. 7.00 Richard Osman’s House of Games Quiz, featuring Samantha Womack, Rory Reid, Anne Diamond and James Acaster. 7.40 Would I Lie to You? With Dion Dublin, Debbie McGee and Lucy Porter. 8.20 QI With Clare Balding and Dara O Briain. 9.00 QI XL With guest Susan Calman. 10.00 British as Folk Darren Harriott, Fern Brady and Ivo Graham finish their trip in Essex. Last in series. 11.00 Outsiders David Mitchell hosts. 12.00m’t Mock the Week 12.40 Have I Got a Bit More News for You 1.40 Would I Lie to You? 2.30 QI 3.00 Sin City Motors 4.00-6.00am Teleshopping E4 6.00am Hollyoaks 7.00 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA 8.00 Melissa & Joey 9.00 How I Met Your Mother 10.00 The Big Bang Theory 11.00 The Goldbergs 12.00noon Brooklyn Nine-Nine 1.00 The Big Bang Theory 2.30 Mike & Molly 3.30 Brooklyn Nine-Nine. Double bill. 4.30 Married at First Sight Australia 6.00 The Big Bang Theory Double bill. 7.00 Hollyoaks A phone call from Felix leads to panic for the Deveraux family. 7.30 Married at First Sight Australia 9.00 Made in Chelsea Liv and Tristan come face to face following their break-up. 10.00 NEW Pete & Sam’s Reality News 10.20 Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist Mo and Max face their first real challenge. 11.20 Naked Attraction A 20-yearold virgin seeks a fairytale princess. 12.25am Married at First Sight Australia 1.55 Gogglebox. More TV reviews. 2.50 Made in Chelsea 3.45 The Big Bang Theory 5.00-6.00am The Goldbergs YTV As ITV except: 1.55-2.00pm ITV News Calendar 6.00-6.30 ITV News Calendar 10.50-11.05pm ITV News Calendar. Headlines. BBC Scotland 2.00pm Sign Zone: Getting Hitched Asian Style 3.00-4.00 Sign Zone: Inside the Zoo 7.00 Sportscene: SWPL Highlights 7.30 Landward 8.00 Inside the Zoo. A major conservation project to save Scotland’s wildcats makes progress. 9.00 The Nine 10.00 River City 11.00 Gary: Tank Commander 11.30pm-12.00m’t TikTok Queen at 16 SCOTLAND As BBC1 except: 1.30-1.45pm Reporting Scotland; Weather 6.30-7.00 Reporting Scotland; Weather 10.25-10.30 Reporting Scotland. Headlines; Weather 11.45 Sportscene: SWPL Highlights 12.15am The Edit 12.30 The Apprentice Australia 1.40 The Graham Norton Show 2.30-6.00am BBC News WALES As BBC1 except: 1.30-1.45pm BBC Wales Today; Weather 6.30-7.00 BBC Wales Today; Weather 7.30-8.00 X-Ray 10.25 BBC Wales Today; Weather 10.35 Online Abuse: Why Do You Hate Me? – Panorama 11.05 RuPaul’s Drag Race UK 12.15am The Apprentice Australia 1.25-6.00am BBC News Freeview 20 Drama 6.00am Teleshopping 7.35 A Place to Call Home 8.25 The Bill 9.30 Classic Holby City 10.55 Classic Casualty 12.00noon The Bill 1.00 Classic EastEnders 2.20 Peak Practice 3.20 Bergerac 4.20 Pie in the Sky 5.25 dinnerladies 6.00 Bread Carla Lane’s comedy series. 6.40 ’Allo ’Allo! Alfonse is taken to hospital. 7.20 Last of the Summer Wine Pearl is led to believe Howard is living as a tramp. 8.00 Shakespeare & Hathaway – Private Investigators Comedy drama. 9.00 Doctor Foster GP Gemma Foster suspects her husband of having an affair, and throws herself into an investigation that will propel her and her family into chaos. Drama, starring Suranne Jones. 10.20 New Tricks The squad investigates a feud between two family ice-cream businesses – which resulted in a shooting. 11.40 Bad Girls Drama set in a prison. 12.50am Waking the Dead 3.10 Bread. Comedy. 4.00-6.00am Teleshopping Freeview 13 Freeview 18 More4 Variations Freeview 27 ITVBe 7.00am The Real Housewives of Cheshire 8.00 Buying and Selling 9.00 LittleBe 12.00noon Best Cake Wins 12.30 The Real Housewives of Potomac 1.25 The Real Housewives of Cheshire 2.25 The Only Way Is Essex 3.10 Million Dollar Listing: NYC 4.05 The Real Housewives of New Jersey. Teresa reveals her feelings. 5.00 The Real Housewives of Atlanta 6.00 Making It Home with Kortney & Dave Elizabeth and Michael ask Kortney and Dave for help updating their home. 7.00 Buying and Selling A couple spruce up their home before they relocate. 8.00 The Big Bake Cake creation based on a theme of Halloween monsters. 9.00 The Real Housewives of Cheshire Debbie receives some bittersweet news. 10.00 Botched A countdown of the top dozen most obsessed patients. 10.55 Growing Up Chrisley Double bill. 11.55 The Only Way Is Essex Reality. 12.55-1.00am Unwind With ITV 8.55am Kirstie’s House of Craft 9.15 A Place in the Sun 11.05 Escape to the Chateau: DIY 12.10pm Heir Hunters 1.10 Four in a Bed: five episodes. 3.50 Find It, Fix It, Flog It 5.55 The Yorkshire Dales and the Lakes. Documentary. 6.55 Escape to the Chateau: DIY 7.55 Grand Designs A couple decide to build a house heavily inspired by American modernist properties. 9.00 NEW Matt Baker: Our Farm in the Dales The family gets hands on for lambing season, and seeks the help of a friend to make the bank more stable. 10.00 The World’s Most Beautiful Landscapes: The Mekong River The extraordinary landscape of the Mekong River in South East Asia. 11.05 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown 12.05am 24 Hours in A&E 1.10 Matt Baker: Our Farm in the Dales 2.15 The World’s Most Beautiful Landscapes: The Mekong River 3.20-3.45am Food Unwrapped WALES As BBC2 except: 11.15pm Foot and Mouth: The Killing Fields in Wales 12.15- 12.40am Climate Change Goes on Trial STV As ITV except: 1.55-2.00pm STV News; Weather 6.00-6.30 STV News at Six; Weather 10.50 STV News 11.00 Scotland Tonight 11.25 Will.i.am: The Blackprint 12.20-3.00am Home Shopping 4.05-5.05am Unwind with STV ITV WALES As ITV except: 1.55-2.00pm ITV News Cymru Wales 6.00-6.30 ITV News Wales at Six 8.00-8.30 The Pier 10.50 ITV News Cymru Wales 11.05 Sharp End 11.35 Save Money: My Beautiful Green Home 12.00m’t-12.50am Will.i.am: The Blackprint S4C 6.00am Cyw 12.00noon Newyddion 12.05pm Nyrsys 12.30 Heno 1.00 Ar Werth 1.30 Llefydd Sanctaidd 2.00 Newyddion 2.05 Prynhawn Da 3.00 Newyddion 3.05 Catrin a’r Cor-ona! 4.00 Awr Fawr 5.00 Stwnsh 6.00 Y Sioe Fwyd 6.30 Olion: Palu am Hanes 6.57 Newyddion S4C 7.00 Heno 7.30 Newyddion 8.00 Pobol y Cwm 8.25 Sgwrs Dan y Lloer 8.55 Newyddion S4C a’r Tywydd 9.00 Ffermio 9.30 Cymru ar Ffilm 10.00 Sgorio 10.30 Bois y Rhondda 11.00-11.35pm Cymry ar Gynfas Picks of the day Succession 9pm, Sky Atlantic Fans of this smart US drama have been counting the minutes since the credits rolled on that explosive season two finale, in which Kendall exposed his father and his company in all their terrible, sordid glory on live TV. It was epic television, and naturally we’re all eager for another dose. Some, including Brian Cox, who plays patriarch Logan Roy, think this run will see Roman come to the fore, likewise Blair & Brown: The New Labour Revolution 9pm, BBC Two New Labour’s first term in power becomes rocky as Tony Blair moves further away from old policies, while Gordon Brown’s focus is on inequality. Despite the conflicts between No 10 and 11 Downing Street, the party is re-elected in a landslide, 2001 victory. However, the question of leadership and succession begins to swirl. BBC4 Freeview 9 7.00pm Great British Railway Journeys With Michael Portillo. 7.30 The Joy of Painting 8.00 Raiders of the Lost Past with Janina Ramirez Dr Janina Ramirez looks back at the discovery of three extraordinary pre-war treasures. 9.00 Nature and Us: A History Through Art How humans first attempted to understand nature. 10.00 Climategate: Science of a Scandal A data breach that suggests scientists had exaggerated evidence of climate change. 11.00 Stephen: The Murder That Changed a Nation Examining the death of Stephen Lawrence. 12.00m’t A Stitch in Time 12.30 The Beauty of Maps 1.00 Great British Railway Journeys 1.30 Nature and Us: A History Through Art 2.30-3.30am Raiders of the Lost Past with Janina Ramirez Save Money: My Beautiful Green Home 8pm, ITV (Not NI; Wales 11.35pm) If lockdown had an upside, it was the amount of time it gave people to work on their homes, both inside and outside. Tapping into that hobbyist enthusiasm is Ranvir Singh. She follows three families as they renovate and retrofit their homes, with expert advice from designer and sustainable build campaigner Kunle Barker. 5 USA 6.00am TJC 9.00 Murder, She Wrote 10.00 NCIS 12.00noon Law & Order 2.55 Entertainment News on 5 3.00 Law & Order. Triple bill. 5.55 Entertainment News on 5 6.00 NCIS Four episodes. The agents try to recapture a marine who escaped from a psychiatric unit; a Muslim US Marine is found dead; a stake-out leads to a murder investigation; Sloane has a secret admirer on Valentine’s Day. 10.00 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Triple bill. A possible planned mass-casualty event in the city is revealed; a man who was cleared of rape is drawn into a murder case; Amaro is forced to get involved in his father’s life. 12.55am Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. Crime drama series. 1.55 Ransom 3.35 Criminals: Caught on Camera 4.00-6.00am Teleshopping Monday 18 Kieran Culkin, who plays the character. We can expect his and Gerri’s peculiar relationship, as well as Shiv and Tom’s unorthodox “marriage”, to be explored. Plot details may be thin but it’s not just audiences who are kept in the dark about what’s going on. Cox says, “We never knew from episode to episode what was going to happen and it’s jolly thrilling.” FILM CHOICE Watchmen 10.50pm, Film4 In an alternative 1985, America is on the brink of nuclear war with Russia and superheroes have been outlawed. When one of their own is murdered, the former vigilantes come together once again but they uncover a plot far bigger than they ever imagined. Malin Akerman, Billy Crudup and Matthew Goode star in this adaptation of Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons’ graphic novel. Freeview 21 Sky Arts F’view 11 6.00am Rosenblatt Recitals: Joel Prieto 7.30 Rumpelstiltskin: BalletLORENT 9.00 Tales of the Unexpected 10.00 Discovering: Bing Crosby 11.00 Landscape Artist of the Year 2017 12.00noon The Art Show 1.00 Tales of the Unexpected 2.00 Discovering: Vivien Leigh 3.00 Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams 4.00 ZZ Top 4.30 Video Killed the Radio Star 5.00 Tales of the Unexpected 6.00 Discovering: James Cagney 7.00 Andre Rieu: Welcome to My World Featuring concerts in Mexico. 8.00 Landmark Last in series. 9.00 Statues Redressed 11.00 The Renaissance Awards 2021 The work of young activists. 12.00m’t Ivor Cutler by KT Tunstall 1.00 Discovering: Genesis 1.30 Eric Idle: Off Camera 2.45 The Art of Drumming 4.00-5.00am Cheltenham Literature Festival 2020

film ratings ★★★★★ Brilliant ★★★★ Very Good ★★★ Good ★★ Average ★ Bad (R) Repeat BBC One BBC Two ITV Channel 4 Channel 5 6.00am Breakfast News headlines. 9.15 Rip Off Britain: Live 10.00 Dom Delivers Dom Littlewood follows a takeaway curry from restaurant to customer. 10.45 Claimed and Shamed A fraudster is caught scamming a holiday company. 11.15 Homes Under the Hammer Properties include a former bank in Greater Manchester. 12.15pm Bargain Hunt From Oswestry Showground. (R) 1.00 BBC News at One; Weather 1.30 Regional News; Weather 1.45 Doctors Bear tries to persuade Makeda to go to hospital. 2.15 Impossible Quiz show. (R) 3.00 Escape to the Country A home in Worcestershire. (R) 3.45 Money for Nothing Transforming ancient horse tack, a chair and an old chest. 4.30 Antiques Road Trip Items in East Anglia include uranium glass and a posh suitcase. (R) 5.15 Pointless Quiz show. 6.00 BBC News at Six; Weather 6.30 Regional News; Weather 6.30am Dom Delivers (R) 7.15 Money for Nothing (R) 8.00 Sign Zone: Your Home Made Perfect (R) 9.00 BBC News at 9 10.00 BBC News Headlines. 12.15pm Politics Live The latest stories from Westminster. 1.00 Head Hunters Quiz show. (R) 1.45 Eggheads Quiz show. (R) 2.15 Heir Hunters A Tooting man makes a discovery. (R) 3.00 Curiosity Jill and Steve take on Charlotte and Michael for a chance to win £1,000. (R) 3.45 Born to Be Wild Documentary following life at the SSPCA’s wildlife rescue centre. (R) 4.15 Back to the Land with Kate Humble The broadcaster meets a father and son running a caviar farm. (R) 5.15 Flog It! From Derbyshire. (R) 6.00 Richard Osman’s House of Games With Michelle Collins, Reginald D Hunter, Joanne McNally and Bill Turnbull. 6.30 Strictly: It Takes Two Rylan chats to the lucky couple that survived the dance-off. 6.00am Good Morning Britain News, current affairs and lifestyle features. 9.00 Lorraine Entertainment and the latest fashion news. 10.00 This Morning A mix of celebrity chat, lifestyle features, advice and competitions. Including Local Weather. 12.30pm Loose Women Celebrity interviews and topical debate with the panel. 1.30 ITV News; Weather 1.55 Regional News; Weather 2.00 Bling Nikki makes engagement rings for an already married couple. 3.00 Winning Combination Quiz, hosted by Omid Djalili. 3.59 Regional Weather 4.00 Tipping Point Quiz, hosted by Ben Shephard. 5.00 The Chase Bradley Walsh presents as contestants Mike, Clare, Cameron and Jo work as a team to take on one of the ruthless Chasers and secure a cash prize. 6.00 Regional News; Weather 6.30 ITV Evening News; Weather 6.05am Countdown Kay Burley is in Dictionary Corner. (R) 6.45 The Big Bang Theory (R) 7.35 The King of Queens (R) 9.00 Frasier Triple bill. (R) 10.30 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA A Japanese restaurant in California. (R) 11.25 Channel 4 News Summary 11.30 Find It, Fix It, Flog It Henry Cole and Max McMurdo restore 2CV headlamps. (R) 12.30pm Steph’s Packed Lunch Steph McGovern presents the weekday magazine. 2.10 Countdown Word game. 3.00 A Place in the Sun A hunt for a holiday home near the Sierra Nevada in southern Spain. (R) 4.00 Chateau DIY Matt and Helen convert their orangery. 5.00 Four in a Bed From the Westby Guest House. 5.30 The Perfect Pitch The tourers stay at Nettwood Farm campsite in Somerset. 6.00 The Simpsons Homer and Marge plan a night out. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks Warren has a difficult decision to make. (R) 6.00am Milkshake! Children’s TV. 9.15 Jeremy Vine Discussion. 11.15 Shoplifters & Scammers: At War with the Law 12.10pm 5 News at Lunchtime 12.15 Police Interceptors (R) 1.15 Home and Away See 6.00pm for details. (R) 1.45 Neighbours See 5.30pm for details. 2.15 FILM Stalked by the Killer Ex (2020, PG) Strange events plague a woman when she becomes engaged to a man with a 10-year-old daughter. Thriller, starring Alex McKenna and Adam Huss. ★★★ 4.00 Bargain-Loving Brits in the Sun A grandmother who set up a charity to rescue and re-home canines. (R) 5.00 5 News at 5 Headlines. 5.30 Neighbours Harlow offers to help Terese at Lassiters. (R) 6.00 Home and Away Nikau and Bella try to hash out where they stand with one another. (R) 6.30 Eggheads The Mighty Wanderers try their luck against the Eggheads. 7 8 9 10 11 12 midnight 7.50pm, Holby City: Jo Martin 7.00 The One Show Live chat and topical reports. 7.30 EastEnders Gray pins his hopes on a job interview and Dana persuades Harvey to apologise to Ash, and Liam puts the plan in motion. 7.50 Holby City Hanssen reluctantly agrees to take on a new protege, despite their shared and painful history. 8.30 Would I Lie to You? Sara Pascoe, Mary Portas, Paul Sinha and Rylan bolster the efforts of team captains Lee Mack and David Mitchell. (R) 9.00 Who Do You Think You Are? Star of stage and screen Judi Dench sets out to find out about her father’s experiences during the First World War, but her investigations soon lead her to 16th-century Denmark and nobility. 10.00 BBC News at Ten The latest news headlines. 10.25 Regional News; Weather 10.35 NEW I Like the Way U Move Dating show in which five rookie dancers compete for the chance to perform with five professionals – and win their hearts at the same time. Presented by Jamie Laing, with resident dance expert Kaelynn Harris. 11.40 BBC New Comedy Awards 2021 Kicking off the nationwide hunt to find the best new stand-up comics. 12.10am Question of Sport. With Joe Marler, Beth Tweddle and Imani-Lara Lansiquot. (R) 12.40 Richard Osman’s House of Games Night. Four famous faces compete in a variety of fun games. (R) 1.10 Have I Got a Bit More News for You 1.55 Weather for the Week Ahead 2.00-6.00am BBC News 6.30pm, Strictly: It Takes Two: Rylan 7.00 Back in Time for School The documentary reaches the 1960s. With three out of four people working in manual or clerical jobs, secondary schools were expected to train pupils with the skills they needed to secure a job at 15 years old. (R) 8.00 Saving Lives at Sea Just off the west coast of Scotland, on the Isle of Mull, the Tobermory lifeboat crew have to save a fishing boat that’s lost all power. On the Pembrokeshire coast, the crew are called out to reports of an injured fisherman. 9.00 Saving Lives at Sea The RNLI volunteers race to try and save three people. 9.15 NEW Impeachment: American Crime Story Fact-based crime drama focusing on the events that led to Bill Clinton’s impeachment in 1998, starring Beanie Feldstein and Sarah Paulson. 10.15 Squeamish About.. Spoof documentary in which reporter Michael Squeamish (Matt Berry) explores various subjects, beginning by offering his unique take on British entertainment. (R) 10.30 Newsnight News stories. 11.15 NFL This Week All the news and highlights from the latest fixtures, including Jacksonville Jaguars v Miami Dolphins, New York Giants v Los Angeles Rams and Cleveland Browns v Arizona Cardinals. 12.05am The Black American Fight for Freedom. Documentary revealing moments where America had the chance to become more equal. (R) 1.05 Sign Zone: Don’t Exclude Me (R) 2.05 Sign Zone: The Girl with the Colourful Leg – Our Lives (R) 2.35-6.30am This Is BBC Two 9pm, Britain in Black and White: Ashley Banjo 7.00 Emmerdale Residents are in danger, Victoria is powerless; and Mack hears a loud scream. 7.30 Heathrow: Britain’s Busiest Airport Passenger experience manager Numan is faced with a terminal of 24 passengers who are missing their luggage. 8.00 Love Your Garden Alan Titchmarsh and team are on hand in Barry, Wales, to create an accessible family garden that delivers everything that a busy family needs, including a quiet, relaxing corner complete with water feature. 9.00 Ashley Banjo: Britain in Black and White The Diversity star goes on a journey to explore the reaction to his dance on Britain’s Got Talent last year when he performed a routine which acted out George Floyd’s death. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather 10.30 Regional News; Weather 10.45 Unbelievable Moments Caught on Camera Clips include the moment a skydiver gets knocked out at 10,000 feet after a mid-air collision with an out-of-control skydiver. (R) 11.40 Sorry, I Didn’t Know Jimmy Akingbola hosts the panel show, with Curtis Walker, James Acaster, Humza Arshad and Sikisa joining team leaders Chizzy Akudolu and Judi Love to answer questions about black history. (R) 12.05am Home Shopping 3.00 FYI Extra 3.15 Loose Women. More celebrity interviews and topical debate from a female perspective. (R) 4.05 Unwind With ITV. Daily escape designed to calm the mind and encourage relaxation and reflection. 5.05-6.00am Tipping Point (R) 10.15pm, How We Forgot to Save the Planet: Morgana 7.00 Channel 4 News A round-up of the latest news headlines, featuring in-depth interviews and analysis of political developments and current affairs. Plus, the day’s leading sports stories and up-to-theminute weather reports. 8.00 The Great British Bake Off Noel Fielding and Matt Lucas present a Bake Off first as the amateurs take on a trio of challenges inspired by Germany – traditional biscuits, a torte and a tiered cake. With Prue Leith and Paul Hollywood. 9.15 Murder Island A dinghy washes up on the beach as the teams are informed the island is a known drug smuggling route. As the rookie detectives try to get their heads around the case, new evidence drops in the form of criminal records. 10.15 How We Forgot to Save the Planet Comedy actors explain how people may have left it too late to save the planet in this light-hearted ecodocumentary. Contributors include Morgana Robinson and Laura Lovemore. 11.20 Taskmaster In this edition Morgana Robinson drenches herself in peas, Victoria Coren Mitchell learns a new skill, Desiree Burch makes a political statement with jam and Alan Davies piles on the sunglasses. (R) 12.25am Complaints Welcome. Comedy entertainment show. (R) 1.20 Ramsay’s Hotel Hell (R) 2.05 Undercover Boss USA (R) 2.55 Joe Lycett’s Got Your Back (R) 3.50 George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces (R) 4.45 Location, Location, Location (R) 5.40-6.05am Beat the Chef (R) 8pm, The Yorkshire Vet: Joy 7.00 GPs: Behind Closed Doors Dr Ambareen Ahmed meets young mum Hannah, who has been suffering with chronic back pain since giving birth five years ago. Meanwhile, a builder who collapsed at work comes into the surgery. 8.00 The Yorkshire Vet Joy brings her pet pig named Pigley Scott to the practice, and Matt and David head to a local farm where it looks like a pregnant cow requires an emergency C-section. Later a German pointer requires surgery. 9.00 Our Yorkshire Farm The children are off school for the Easter holidays, and the family prepare for a busy lambing season. Five-year-old Clemmie and seven-year-old Annas help Amanda deliver a pair of twins who are stuck. 10.00 NEW 1000 Years a Slave Actors David Harewood and Hugh Quarshie explore opposite sides of the Atlantic slave trade, which saw an estimated 12 million Africans transported across the ocean and sold into a life of slavery. 11.05 Ambulance: Code Red Dr Ben Taylor and critical care paramedic Aiden Brown work with the fire and ambulance services to rescue an 11-year-old boy trapped in the wreckage of a car he was a passenger in. (R) 12.05am Criminals: Caught on Camera. Shocking footage of a robber who squirted petrol over a shop worker. (R) 1.00 The 21.co.uk Live Casino Show 3.10 Me & My Addiction (R) 4.20 Now That’s Funny! (R) 5.10 Divine Designs (R) 5.35 Thomas & Friends (R) 5.45-6.00am Paw Patrol (R)

Freeview 6 itv2 6.00am FYI Extra 6.15 Secret Crush 7.20 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 8.00 Emmerdale 8.30 Coronation Street 9.30 Ellen’s Game of Games 10.30 Dress to Impress 11.30 Secret Crush 12.30pm Emmerdale 1.00 Coronation Street 2.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 3.00 Dress to Impress 4.00 Secret Crush 5.00 You’ve Been Framed! Gold 6.00 Celebrity Catchphrase With Bill Bailey, Kathy Burke and Gok Wan. 7.00 Superstore Double bill of comedy. 8.00 Bob’s Burgers Double bill of fun. 9.00 Family Guy Double bill. Stewie’s body swapping machine malfunctions; Peter attracts the attention of a powerful figure. 10.00 Plebs Double bill of comedy. 11.00 Family Guy Meg takes up drinking. 11.30 American Dad! Animation. 12.00m’t American Dad! 12.25 Bob’s Burgers 1.20 Superstore 2.15 Hey Tracey! 3.10 FYI Extra 3.25 Unwind With ITV 3.30-6.00am Teleshopping Dave 6.00am Teleshopping 7.10 Yianni: Supercar Customiser 8.00 Timber Kings 9.00 Storage Hunters UK 10.00 American Pickers 12.00noon Top Gear 1.00 Red Bull Soapbox Race 2.00 Whose Line Is It Anyway? USA 3.00 Top Gear 4.00 Red Bull Soapbox Race 5.00 Rick Stein: From Venice to Istanbul 6.00 QI XL With guest Susan Calman. 7.00 Richard Osman’s House of Games With Samantha Womack and Rory Reid. 7.40 Would I Lie to You? With Rylan Clark-Neal, Sara Pascoe and Paul Sinha. 8.20 QI With Bill Bailey and Rich Hall. 9.00 QI XL With guest Daliso Chaponda. 10.00 Question Team With Katherine Ryan, Desiree Burch and Ivo Graham. 11.00 Lenny Henry’s Race Through Comedy Stand-up comedy. 12.00m’t Mock the Week 12.40 Would I Lie to You? 1.20 QI 2.00 Sin City Motors 2.50 Have I Got a Bit More News for You 4.00-6.00am Teleshopping e4 Freeview 19 6.00am Hollyoaks 7.00 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA 8.00 Melissa & Joey 9.00 How I Met Your Mother 10.00 The Big Bang Theory 11.00 The Goldbergs 12.00noon Brooklyn Nine-Nine 1.00 The Big Bang Theory 2.30 Mike & Molly 3.30 Brooklyn Nine-Nine 4.30 Married at First Sight Australia. Reality series. 6.00 The Big Bang Theory Double bill. 7.00 Hollyoaks Celeste suspects foul play. 7.30 Married at First Sight Australia The reality experiment continues with the second dinner party, which turns into a very eventful affair for all of the couples. 9.00 Celebrity Gogglebox The best moments from the first series, with reviews of Love Island, Naked Attraction, Killing Eve, First Dates, and American Pie. 10.00 Naked Attraction Double bill. 12.10am Married at First Sight Australia 1.40 Gogglebox 2.35 First Dates 3.30 The Big Bang Theory. Double bill. 4.45-6.00am The Goldbergs YTV As ITV except: 1.55-2.00pm ITV News Calendar 6.00-6.30 ITV News Calendar 10.30-10.45pm ITV News Calendar BBC SCOTLAND 7.00pm Inside the Zoo. Documentary. 8.00 Scotland’s Sacred Islands with Ben Fogle 9.00 The Nine 10.00 Guilt 11.00pm-12.00m’t Rigs of Nigg SCOTLAND As BBC1 except: 1.30-1.45pm Reporting Scotland; Weather 6.30 Reporting Scotland; Weather 7.00 River City 8.00 EastEnders 8.20-9.00 Holby City 10.25- 10.30pm Reporting Scotland; Weather WALES As BBC1 except: 10.45am Homes Under the Hammer 11.45am-12.15pm X-Ray 1.30-1.45pm BBC Wales Today; Weather 6.30-7.00 BBC Wales Today; Weather 8.30 The Crash Detectives 9.00-10.00 Wonders of the Celtic Deep 10.25 BBC Wales Today; Weather 10.35 Who Do You Think You Are? 11.35 NEW I Like the Way U Move 12.40- 1.10am BBC New Comedy Awards 2021 WALES As BBC2 except: 1.45pm First Minister’s Questions 2.35 Eggheads 3.05 A to Z of TV Gardening 3.25 Heir Hunters 4.10 Born to Freeview 20 Drama 6.00am Teleshopping 7.40 A Place to Call Home 8.30 The Bill 9.35 Classic Holby City 10.55 Classic Casualty 12.00noon The Bill 1.00 Classic EastEnders 2.20 Peak Practice 3.20 Bergerac 4.20 Pie in the Sky 5.20 dinnerladies 6.00 Bread A stolen piano causes conflict. 6.40 ’Allo ’Allo! Helga tells Von Strohm that the stolen money was forged. 7.20 Last of the Summer Wine Howard is aghast when Pearl kisses Hobbo. 8.00 The Last Detective The funny side of a veteran nightclub comedy team with a long list of females conquests is poisoned during a live performance. Drama, starring Peter Davison and Sean Hughes. 9.35 New Tricks A man wrongly convicted of arson enlists Halford’s help in finding the culprit, and Standing meets a woman who claims to be his daughter. 10.55 Bad Girls A celebrity visits Larkhall. 12.05am Waking the Dead 2.30 Life on Mars 4.00-6.00am Teleshopping Freeview 13 Freeview 18 more4 8.55am Kirstie’s House of Craft 9.15 A Place in the Sun 11.05 Escape to the Chateau: DIY 12.10pm Heir Hunters 1.10 Four in a Bed. Five episodes. 3.50 Find It, Fix It, Flog It 5.55 The Yorkshire Dales and the Lakes 6.55 Escape to the Chateau: DIY Erin and JB transform the chateau’s ruined orangery into an events venue. 7.55 Grand Designs A couple attempt to build Britain’s first hypoallergenic house. 9.00 24 Hours in A&E An on-call stroke doctor recalls his experiences during the first week of the pandemic. 10.00 Baby Surgeons: Delivering Miracles Three expectant mothers face dangerous complications in their pregnancies, and have to decide whether they are willing to undergo risky surgery. 11.05 Emergency Helicopter Medics 12.10am 24 Hours in A&E 1.15 The Secret Life of the Zoo 2.15 Emergency Helicopter Medics 3.20-3.45am Food Unwrapped variations itvBe Freeview 27 7.00am The Real Housewives of Cheshire 8.00 Buying and Selling 9.00 LittleBe 12.00noon Be Beautiful 12.10 The Real Housewives of Potomac 1.10 The Real Housewives of Cheshire 2.10 The Only Way Is Essex 3.10 Million Dollar Listing: NYC 4.05 The Real Housewives of New Jersey 5.00 The Real Housewives of Atlanta 6.00 Making It Home with Kortney & Dave Ted and Shannon ask Kortney and Dave for help updating their bungalow. 7.00 Buying and Selling A stay-at-home dad and working mum need help. 8.00 Dinner Date Jake from London selects three blind dates from five potential partners, based on their menus. 9.00 Botched Double bill of operations. 11.00 Bridezillas Shannon’s wedding is under threat when she is unhappy with her bridesmaid dresses. 11.55 The Only Way Is Essex Reality. 12.45am Unwind With ITV 1.00-7.00am Teleshopping. Home shopping. Be Wild 4.40 Back to the Land with Kate Humble. Documentary. 5.40-6.00pm Flog It! STV As ITV except: 1.55-2.00pm STV News; Weather 6.00-6.30 STV News at Six; Weather 10.30 STV News 10.40 Scotland Tonight 11.05 Out of Their Skin 12.05am Sorry, I Didn’t Know 12.30-3.00 Home Shopping 4.05-5.05am Unwind with STV ITV WALES As ITV except: 1.55-2.00pm ITV News Cymru Wales 6.00-6.30 ITV News Wales at Six 7.30-8.00 Coast & Country 10.30 ITV News Cymru Wales 10.45 Heathrow: Britain’s Busiest Airport 11.10pm-12.05am Unbelievable Moments Caught on Camera S4C 6.00am Cyw 12.00noon Newyddion S4C a’r Tywydd 12.05pm Caru Siopa 12.30 Heno 1.00 Triathlon Cymru 1.30 Ffermio 2.00 Newyddion 2.05 Prynhawn Da 3.00 Newyddion 3.05 Noson Lawen 2021 4.00 Awr Fawr 5.00 Stwnsh 6.00 Dan Do 6.30 Rownd a Rownd 6.57 Newyddion S4C 7.00 Heno 7.30 Newyddion S4C a’r Tywydd 8.00 Pobol y Cwm 8.25 Rownd a Rownd 8.55 Newyddion S4C a’r Tywydd 9.00 NEW Eryri: Pobol y Parc 10.00 Heliwr 11.05-11.40pm Pobl a’u Gerddi Picks of the day Impeachment: American Crime Story 9.15pm, BBC Two For two years, between 1995 and 1997, US President Bill Clinton had an affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky. When the story broke a year later, the world was transfixed with the illicit romance, which Clinton repeatedly denied – until he didn’t. This third series of the drama anthology sees Clive Owen and Beanie Feldstein in the leading roles as it explores how the affair Who Do You Think You Are? 9pm, BBC One Following the series opener featuring Josh Widdicombe, the next subject is none other than national treasure Dame Judi Dench. The Oscar-winning Shakespeare In Love actor uncovers her father Reginald’s experiences during the First World War, before continuing her family history journey in Denmark – and discovering a surprising link to the Bard. BBC4 Freeview 9 7.00pm Great British Railway Journeys Glasgow to Cumbrae. 7.30 The Joy of Painting Bob Ross creates a picture of a sandy beach. 8.00 The Good Life Comedy. 8.30 One Foot in the Grave Victor clashes with a pesky plumber. 9.00 Lenny Henry: Young, Gifted and Black – Imagine Alan Yentob spends time with the comedian. 10.15 The One Lenny Henry A mixture of stand-up and sketches. 10.55 Stephen: The Murder That Changed a Nation The Lawrences launch the first private murder prosecution in 150 years. 11.55 A Stitch in Time The clothes worn by Edward of Woodstock. 12.25am The Beauty of Maps 12.55 Great British Railway Journeys 1.25 Lenny Henry: Young, Gifted and Black – Imagine 2.40-3.40am Nature and Us: A History Through Art Bring your BACKSTORY TO LIFE 5 Usa 6.00am TJC 9.00 Murder, She Wrote 10.00 NCIS 12.00noon Law & Order 4.55 Entertainment News on 5 5.00 Law & Order. Crime drama. 6.00 NCIS Triple bill. A suspected drug-smuggler is apparently killed by his own dog; Shepard becomes the prime suspect in the murder of La Grenouille; a Marine is murdered. 9.00 Law & Order: Criminal Intent An actress is gunned down. 10.00 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Triple bill. Barba argues a complicated rape case; an aspiring Olympic athlete claims she is a rape victim; the assistant of a female videogame developer is attacked. 12.55am Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. The team tries to stop a sex-trafficking ring. 1.55 Ransom 3.30 Criminals: Caught on Camera 3.55 Entertainment News on 5 4.00-6.00am Teleshopping Tuesday 19 started, how the media fanned the flames of the scandal and why it led to Clinton facing impeachment. In this opener, Monica is invited to meet Linda Tripp, the woman who secretly recorded conversations between the intern and the president. However, the encounter is a trap set by the FBI, who escort Monica to a hotel suite, where she is to be interviewed by the Office of Special Counsel. FILM CHOICE Central Intelligence 6.55pm, Film4 Kevin Hart stars as Calvin Joyner, a bored accountant lured into a dubious spy mission by his former school friend Bob Stone (Dwayne Johnson), who now works for the CIA. Jason Bateman and Kumail Nanjiani show up for cameos, while the lead actors’ comedy partnership was so successful that they teamed up again for Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle. Freeview 21 sky arts F’view 11 6.00am Australian Ballet 7.45 Hollywood: Singing and Dancing 9.00 Tales of the Unexpected 10.00 Discovering 11.00 Landscape Artist of the Year 2017 12.00noon Van Gogh: An Exclusive View – From Tate Britain 1.00 Tales of the Unexpected 2.00 Discovering 3.00 Damien Hirst by Harry Hill 4.00 Foreigner: Music Icons 4.30 Video Killed the Radio Star 5.00 Tales of the Unexpected 6.00 Discovering: John Wayne 7.00 Landmark Last in series. 8.00 Van Gogh & Japan Documentary. 9.00 Frida Kahlo Documentary. 10.00 Richard Pryor by Romesh Ranganathan 11.00 Statues Redressed 1.00am Soundbreaking 2.00 Classic Albums 3.00 Master of Photography 4.00 Cheltenham Literature Festival 2020 5.00-6.00am Landscape Artist of the Year 2017

film ratings ★★★★★ Brilliant ★★★★ Very Good ★★★ Good ★★ Average ★ Bad (R) Repeat BBC One BBC Two ITV Channel 4 Channel 5 6.00am Breakfast News headlines. 9.15 Rip Off Britain: Live Consumer investigations. 10.00 Dom Delivers Dom Littlewood follows a supermarket delivery. 10.45 Claimed and Shamed 11.15 Homes Under the Hammer 12.15pm Bargain Hunt From York. (R) 1.00 BBC News at One; Weather 1.30 Regional News; Weather 1.45 Doctors Sid hopes to save a life by transporting rare blood. 2.15 Impossible Quiz, hosted by Rick Edwards. (R) 3.00 Escape to the Country Nicki Chapman helps a couple find a Cornish home. (R) 3.45 Money for Nothing Water tanks, an occasional chair and a display cabinet get the makeover treatment. 4.30 Antiques Road Trip Natasha Raskin Sharp and Raj Bisram continue their tour of Kent. (R) 5.15 Pointless Quiz, hosted by Alexander Armstrong. 6.00 BBC News at Six; Weather 6.30 Regional News; Weather 6.30am Dom Delivers (R) 7.15 Money for Nothing (R) 8.00 Sign Zone: The Hairy Bikers Go North (R) 9.00 BBC News at 9 Headlines. 10.00 BBC News Headlines. 11.15 Politics Live The latest stories from Westminster. 1.00pm Head Hunters Quiz. (R) 2.15 Heir Hunters The team searches for relatives of a deceased boat fanatic. (R) 3.00 Vintage Antiques Roadshow The experts visit Beverley Minster. (R) 3.45 Born to Be Wild A brood of housemartins is set free. (R) 4.15 Back to the Land with Kate Humble The host meets a rural cider entrepreneur. (R) 5.15 Flog It! From the Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester. (R) 6.00 Richard Osman’s House of Games With Michelle Collins, Reginald D Hunter, Joanne McNally and Bill Turnbull. 6.30 Strictly: It Takes Two Janette Manrara chats to three of the remaining couples. 6.00am Good Morning Britain News, current affairs and lifestyle features. 9.00 Lorraine Entertainment and fashion news reports. 10.00 This Morning A mix of celebrity chat, lifestyle features, advice and competitions. Including Local Weather. 12.30pm Loose Women Celebrity interviews and topical debate with the panel. 1.30 ITV News; Weather 1.55 Regional News; Weather 2.00 Bling Gok Wan and the team are challenged with the task of transforming an Art Deco diamond ring into a contemporary item of jewellery. 3.00 Winning Combination Ben, Ted, Dan, Jennie, Precious, Jay, Mike, Nikki and Kerry battle one another in the hope of taking their number to the final. Omid Djalili hosts. 3.59 Regional Weather 4.00 Tipping Point Quiz. 5.00 The Chase Quiz show. 6.00 Regional News; Weather 6.30 ITV Evening News; Weather 6.05am Countdown (R) 6.45 The Big Bang Theory (R) 7.35 The King of Queens (R) 9.00 Frasier Triple bill. (R) 10.30 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA (R) 11.25 Channel 4 News Summary 11.30 Find It, Fix It, Flog It (R) 12.30pm Steph’s Packed Lunch Steph McGovern presents. 2.10 Countdown Lesley Joseph is in Dictionary Corner. 3.00 A Place in the Sun A couple searching for a home in Benalmadena, Spain. (R) 4.00 Chateau DIY Sarah and George complete their cellar conversion and make a discovery in an old barrel. 5.00 Four in a Bed The guests arrive at Newell Restaurant and Rooms in Sherborne. 5.30 The Perfect Pitch The campers arrive at Avon Valley Adventure and Wildlife Park. 6.00 The Simpsons Alcohol is outlawed in Springfield. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks Celeste suspects foul play following Felix’s disappearance. (R) 6.00am Milkshake! Children’s TV. 9.15 Jeremy Vine Discussion. 11.15 Shoplifters & Scammers: At War with the Law 12.10pm 5 News at Lunchtime 12.15 Police Interceptors Sgt Carlin uncovers a major criminal operation. (R) 1.15 Home and Away See 6.00pm for details. 1.45 Neighbours See 5.30pm for details. 2.15 FILM Evil Stepmom (2021, PG) Widower Tim and his twin daughters become the targets of two con-artists. Thriller, with Randy Thomas, Tara Spencer- Nairn and Julia Lalonde. ★★★ 4.00 Bargain-Loving Brits in the Sun Claire hosts a party for all her friends. (R) 5.00 5 News at 5 Headlines. 5.30 Neighbours Ned and Levi are respect Amy’s wishes and give her space after rumours about their sleepover spread. (R) 6.00 Home and Away Ari and Mia struggle with their situation. (R) 6.30 Eggheads The Baize Brains try their luck in the quiz show. 7 8 9 10 11 12 midnight 9pm, Shetland: Douglas Henshall 7.00 The One Show Live chat and reports with Jermaine Jenas. 7.30 The Bidding Room Nigel Havers presents as sellers bring in two vintage teddy bears, an antique Islamic tile and a mid 20th-century sideboard. 8.00 The Repair Shop Kirsten Ramsay is called upon to repair a huge crack in a large stone birdbath and bookbinder Christopher Shaw restores a tatty logbook that belonged to a sailor who survived the Titanic disaster. 9.00 NEW Shetland When a prominent and controversial Shetlander is shot dead on their doorstep in broad daylight, Perez rushes back from his mother’s funeral to lead the investigation. Drama, starring Douglas Henshall. 10.00 BBC News at Ten 10.25 Regional News; Weather 10.35 NEW Bump Australian drama about an A-grade pupil who gets the shock of her life when she suddenly goes into labour at school – as she didn’t know she was pregnant. 11.05 Bump Oly and her family and friends try to adjust to her new life, but not everyone is on the same page. Australian drama, starring Nathalie Morris life. 11.40 BBC New Comedy Awards 2021 The hunt for the best new comics continues. 12.10am Ambulance. Chris and Lee attend a patient who has fallen from a horse in a remote rural location, while Lauren and Anthony are dispatched to a patient believed to be in cardiac arrest. (R) 1.10 Weather for the Week Ahead 1.15-6.00am BBC News. The latest headlines. 8pm, Your Home Made Perfect: Angela Scanlon 7.00 Back in Time for School The pupils and teachers enter 1970s comprehensive school, which for the first time provides both boys and girls with a more inclusive, vocational and academic education. (R) 8.00 Your Home Made Perfect Architects Will Foster and Lizzie Fraher compete using virtual reality to win the opportunity to remodel a four-bedroom house near Stockport. Presented by Angela Scanlon. Last in series. 9.00 Four Hours at the Capitol Documentary charting the attack on Washington DC’s Capitol building in January, as a mob of Donald Trump supporters stormed the building in a violent protest, as they sought to overturn the result of the US 2020 Presidential Election. Featuring never-before-seen footage and interviews with those who witnessed the attack, including police officers, rioters and protestors. 10.30 Newsnight Analysis of the day’s events and headlines. 11.15 FILM Ghost Stories (2017, 15) A professor famous for debunking hoaxes and ghost sightings is given a dossier of three unsolvable cases. Horror anthology, starring Andy Nyman, Martin Freeman and Paul Whitehouse. ★★★★ 12.45am Sign Zone: A House Through Time. final episode opens at the outbreak of the Second World War, and the house is home to the Wood family. Last in series. (R) 1.45 Sign Zone: Antiques Roadshow. From Dyffryn Gardens near Cardiff. (R) 2.45-6.30am This Is BBC Two 7.30pm, Coronation Street: Corey Brent 7.00 Emmerdale Victoria is in danger, Meena is ready to kill should anyone get in her way, and someone is badly injured. 7.30 Coronation Street The Platts’ sinkhole threatens the safety of Debbie’s event, and Abi and Corey are trapped. 8.00 NEW Beverley and Jordan: Destination Wedding Reality series following Beverley Callard and Jordan North as they travel around Spain. 8.30 Coronation Street More sinkholes appear and claim unsuspecting victims. 9.00 Hollington Drive As the family wait for news on David, Eva reveals more information about the days leading up to Alex’s disappearance. Will Theresa finally uncover the truth of what really happened to Alex? Last in series. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather 10.30 Regional News; Weather 10.45 Peston Political magazine show presented by Robert Peston, featuring major interviews with MPs, topical guests and cultural figures. Including updates from social media taking in perspectives from viewers, experts and key players throughout the programme. 11.40 British Touring Car Championship Highlights Steve Rider presents action from the 25th, 26th and 27th races of the season at Donington Park. With Commentary from David Addison and Tim Harvey, and reports by Louise Goodman. 12.55am Home Shopping 3.00 FYI Extra 3.15 Cooking with the Stars (R) 4.05 Unwind With ITV 5.05-6.00am Tipping Point. Quiz show. (R) 9pm, Extraordinary Extensions: Tinie Tempah 7.00 Channel 4 News A round-up of the latest headlines, in-depth interviews and analysis of political developments and current affairs. Plus, the day’s leading sports stories and up-to-theminute weather reports. 8.00 Location, Location, Location Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer are on the south coast, helping a family find a future-proof home for their daughter who has cerebral palsy and a couple of first-time buyers. 9.00 NEW Extraordinary Extensions Tinie Tempah follows homeowners embarking on dream home extensions, beginning with three derelict buildings being brought together under a glass structure in Hampshire. 10.00 NEW The Love Trap Joel Dommett hosts the challenge in which a group of women do all they can to win the affection of single man David. But while half the contestants say they want to win the bachelor’s heart, the others are only in the game to win a big cash prize. 11.05 First Dates American beauty queen and PhD student Camille is looking for love with an English gent, and is set up on a date with salesman Richard. Meanwhile, Shannen hopes to find someone to share love and laughter with again. (R) 12.10am How We Forgot to Save the Planet (R) 1.05 The Great British Bake Off: An Extra Slice (R) 2.00 Ramsay’s Hotel Hell (R) 2.45 FILM Sinister 2 (2015, 15) Horror sequel. ★★ 4.25 Location, Location, Location (R) 5.20 Beat the Chef (R) 5.45- 6.05am Kirstie’s House of Craft (R) 9pm, Iceland with Alexander Armstrong 7.00 The Gadget Show Ortis tests out a pair of Rayban’s latest smart shades, and Jon compares three bits of tech that promise to deliver big sound to your movie experience. Meanwhile, Georgie tests out pressure washers. 8.00 This Week on the Farm Presenters Helen Skelton and Jules Hudson celebrate the best of British farming during the autumn season from Cannon Hall Farm in south Yorkshire and across the UK. Last in series. 9.00 Iceland with Alexander Armstrong On the last leg of his Icelandic adventure, Alexander heads to the south of the country, where he takes in some of the country’s most spectacular scenery. Last in series. 10.00 The Town the Gypsies Took Over Documentary exploring Britain’s oldest and most exclusive Gypsy gathering, the Appleby Horse Fair in Cumbria, a traditional festival attended by more than 10,000 travellers. (R) 11.25 Criminals: Caught on Camera After a complex police operation, a drug smuggler is caught on camera with £12million worth of narcotics in his car. Plus, a look inside one of the UK’s busiest CCTV centres. (R) 1.00am The 21.co.uk Live Casino Show 3.10 My Alcohol Addiction. Documentary hearing the stories of eight people. (R) 4.00 Britain’s Great Cathedrals with Tony Robinson (R) 4.45 Wildlife SOS (R) 5.10 Divine Designs (R) 5.35 Thomas & Friends (R) 5.45-6.00am Paw Patrol (R)

Freeview 6 ITV2 6.00am FYI Extra 6.15 Secret Crush 7.20 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 8.00 Emmerdale 8.30 You’ve Been Framed! Gold 9.30 Ellen’s Game of Games 10.30 Dress to Impress 11.30 Secret Crush 12.30pm Emmerdale 1.00 You’ve Been Framed! Uncaged! 2.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 3.00 Dress to Impress 4.00 Secret Crush 5.00 You’ve Been Framed! Unchained! 6.00 Celebrity Catchphrase 7.00 Superstore Double bill of comedy. 8.00 Bob’s Burgers Double bill of fun. 9.00 Family Guy Double bill of fun. 10.00 NEW Peckham’s Finest Observational documentary following people in the south London district. 10.45 Family Guy Double bill of fun. 11.45 American Dad! Animated antics. 12.10am American Dad! Animated antics. 12.40 Bob’s Burgers 1.35 Superstore 2.30 Hey Tracey! 3.20 Unwind With ITV 3.30-6.00am Teleshopping Freeview 19 Dave 6.00am Teleshopping 7.10 Yianni: Supercar Customiser 8.00 Timber Kings 9.00 Storage Hunters UK 10.00 American Pickers 12.00noon Top Gear 1.00 Red Bull Soapbox Race 2.00 Whose Line Is It Anyway? USA 3.00 Top Gear 4.00 Red Bull Soapbox Race 5.00 Rick Stein: From Venice to Istanbul 6.00 QI XL With guest Daliso Chaponda. 7.00 Richard Osman’s House of Games 7.40 Would I Lie to You? With Olivia Colman, Aston Merrygold, Jon Richardson and Michaela Strachan. 8.20 QI With Daniel Radcliffe and Lee Mack. 9.00 QI XL: Quizmas Sandi Toksvig hosts the seasonal Quizmas quiz. 10.00 Outsiders David challenges the comedians to design a camp gadget. 11.00 Question Team With Ivo Graham. 12.00m’t Mock the Week 12.40 Have I Got a Bit More News for You 1.40 Would I Lie to You? 2.25 QI 3.00 Sin City Motors 4.00-6.00am Teleshopping E4 6.00am Hollyoaks 7.00 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA 8.00 Melissa & Joey 9.00 How I Met Your Mother 10.00 The Big Bang Theory 11.00 The Goldbergs 12.00noon Brooklyn Nine-Nine 1.00 The Big Bang Theory 2.30 Mike & Molly 3.30 Brooklyn Nine-Nine. Double bill. 4.30 Married at First Sight Australia 6.00 The Big Bang Theory Double bill. 7.00 Hollyoaks The Devereaux’s confront Warren about Felix’s whereabouts. 7.30 Married at First Sight Australia It is time for the commitment ceremony. 9.00 NEW Young Sheldon Double bill. 10.00 NEW Duncanville Double bill. The Harris family goes on holiday; Jack is forced to to confront his own father. 11.00 Naked Attraction Featuring a martial arts instructor from Hull. 12.05am Married at First Sight Australia 1.40 Gogglebox. More TV reviews. 2.35 First Dates 3.30 Young Sheldon 4.20-6.00am The Big Bang Theory YTV As ITV except: 1.55-2.00pm ITV News Calendar 6.00-6.30 ITV News Calendar 10.30-10.45pm ITV News Calendar. Headlines. BBC Scotland 7.00pm Scotland’s Sacred Islands with Ben Fogle. Ben Fogle returns to Taransay. 8.00 Farewell to Adventure. Following Bob Shepton’s emotional journey as he supports his wife through her battle with Alzheimers. 8.30 Hidden Lives. Vonny LeClerc enters the world of female roller derby. 9.00 The Nine. The latest Scottish, UK and international news. 10.00 The Moments That Made Richard Wilson 10.30 Debate Night 11.30pm-12.00m’t David Wilson’s Crime Files SCOTLAND As BBC1 except: 1.30-1.45pm Reporting Scotland; Weather 6.30-7.00 Reporting Scotland; Weather 10.25-10.30 Reporting Scotland. The latest headlines; Weather 12.10-1.10am Debate Night WALES As BBC1 except: 1.30-1.45pm BBC Wales Today; Weather 6.30-7.00 BBC Wales Today; Weather 7.30-8.00 When Would You Want to Die?. The pros and cons of allowing doctors to assist some patients to die. 10.25-10.30pm BBC Wales Today; Weather Freeview 20 Drama 6.00am Teleshopping 7.40 A Place to Call Home 8.35 The Bill 9.35 Classic Holby City 10.55 Classic Casualty 12.00noon The Bill 1.00 Classic EastEnders 2.20 Peak Practice 3.20 Bergerac 4.20 Pie in the Sky 5.20 dinnerladies 6.00 Bread Billy discovers Julie has a lover. 6.40 ’Allo ’Allo! Herr Flick arrests Leclerc. 7.20 Last of the Summer Wine The final episode of the long-running comedy. 8.00 The Inspector Lynley Mysteries Feature-length episode. The discovery of an Asian man’s body sparks another case for Lynley. Amid a tense backdrop, Havers puts her career on the line to save a child’s life. Detective drama, starring Nathaniel Parker and Sharon Small. 10.00 New Tricks Sandra takes measures to stop Jack exacting revenge on the hit-and-run driver who killed his wife. 11.20 Bad Girls Tristan Sturrock stars. 12.30am Waking the Dead 2.45 Life on Mars 4.00-6.00am Teleshopping Freeview 13 Freeview 18 More4 Variations Freeview 27 ITVBe 7.00am The Real Housewives of Cheshire 8.00 Buying and Selling 9.00 LittleBe 12.00noon Best Cake Wins 12.30 The Real Housewives of Potomac 1.25 The Real Housewives of Cheshire. Misse throws a party. 2.25 The Only Way Is Essex 3.10 Million Dollar Listing: NYC 4.05 The Real Housewives of New Jersey 5.00 The Real Housewives of Atlanta 6.00 Making It Home with Kortney & Dave 7.00 Buying and Selling A couple having difficulty finding the perfect home. 8.00 The Big Bake Cake creation on the Halloween theme of trick or treat. 9.00 Billie and Greg: The Family Diaries Billie and Greg cannot see eye to eye. 10.00 The Only Way Is Essex Pete whisks everyone away to a single’s retreat. 11.00 Atlanta Plastic Mimi Harris from Bring It! goes under Dr Crawford’s knife. 11.55 The Only Way Is Essex 12.45am Unwind With ITV. Daily escape programme. 1.00-7.00am Teleshopping 8.55am Kirstie’s House of Craft 9.15 A Place in the Sun 11.05 Escape to the Chateau: DIY 12.10pm Heir Hunters 1.10 Four in a Bed: five episodes. 3.50 Find It, Fix It, Flog It 5.55 The Yorkshire Dales and the Lakes. Documentary. 6.55 Escape to the Chateau: DIY Erin and JB host a themed party for friends. 7.55 Grand Designs Steph and Alex Wilson build a farmhouse in Herefordshire. 9.00 Prue’s Great Garden Plot Prue Leith and husband John create a vegetable garden suitable for two. 10.00 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown Sean Lock and Rob Beckett take on Alan Carr and Sarah Millican. 11.05 24 Hours in A&E An ice hockey player is rushed to St George’s. 12.10am Emergency Helicopter Medics: Motorbike Crash Emergencies. Medical documentary. 1.15 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown 2.15 24 Hours in A&E 3.20-3.50am Food Unwrapped WALES As BBC2 except: 11.15pm Aberfan: The Fight for Justice 12.15-12.45am Coast STV As ITV except: 1.55-2.00pm STV News; Weather 6.00-6.30 STV News at Six; Weather 8.00-8.30 Don’t Waste Scotland 10.30 STV News. The latest headlines. 10.40 Scotland Tonight 11.10 Peston 12.05-3.00am Home Shopping 4.05-5.05am Unwind with STV ITV WALES As ITV except: 1.55-2.00pm ITV News Cymru Wales 6.00-6.30 ITV News Wales at Six 10.30-10.45pm ITV News Cymru Wales S4C 6.00am Cyw 11.00 Dysgu Gyda Cyw 12.00noon Newyddion S4C a’r Tywydd 12.05pm Trysorau Cymru: Tir, Tai a Chyfrinachau 12.30 Heno 1.00 Ceffylau Cymru 1.30 Sgwrs Dan y Lloer 2.00 Newyddion S4C a’r Tywydd 2.05 Prynhawn Da 3.00 Newyddion S4C a’r Tywydd 3.05 Eryri: Pobol y Parc 4.00 Awr Fawr 5.00 Stwnsh 6.00 Ar Werth 6.30 Bois y Rhondda 6.57 Newyddion S4C 7.00 Heno 7.30 Newyddion S4C a’r Tywydd 8.00 Pobol y Cwm 8.25 Y Byd ar Bedwar 8.55 Newyddion S4C a’r Tywydd 9.00 Dan Do 9.30 Terfysg yn y Bae. The 1919 Cardiff Race Riots. 10.30 Y Llinell Las 11.00-11.35pm Pobol y Mor Picks of the day Four Hours At The Capitol 9pm, BBC Two Ten months after the events of 6 January, when supporters of former US President Donald Trump stormed the Capitol building as the election results were being confirmed, jaw-dropping details about how close democracy in the United States of America came to collapse are still emerging. That fact makes this one-off documentary all the more compelling as officers of the Beverley And Jordan: Destination Wedding 8pm, ITV (Not in Scotland) The nation took Beverley Callard and Jordan North to their hearts during last year’s run of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!, so they’re back. Beverley is renewing her vows with husband Jon, and ropes Jordan in on a road trip like no other, as they travel across Spain, picking up various wedding goodies along the way. BBC4 Freeview 9 7.00pm Great British Railway Journeys With Michael Portillo . 7.30 The Joy of Painting 8.00 India: Nature’s Wonderland Part two of two. A look at baby turtles that erupt out of the sand. 9.00 Enslaved with Samuel L Jackson The actor is joined by journalists Afua Hirsch and Simcha Jacobovici to tell the stories of those who resisted slavery. 10.00 Restoring the Earth: The Age of Nature How the understanding of nature is increasing to manage global warming. Last in series. 10.50 Stephen: The Murder That Changed a Nation Last in series. 11.50 Great British Railway Journeys With Michael Portillo. 12.20am India: Nature’s Wonderland 1.20 Enslaved with Samuel L Jackson 2.20-3.10am Restoring the Earth: The Age of Nature Hollington Drive 9pm, ITV Your nails are probably already bitten down to the quick, but be prepared for more tension as the gripping drama’s final episode begins. As everyone awaits news of David, Eva decides the time is right to discuss what was going on in the days leading up to Alex’s disappearance. Theresa, meanwhile, is determined to uncover the truth, come what may. 5 USA 6.00am TJC 9.00 Murder, She Wrote 10.00 NCIS 12.00noon Law & Order 2.55 Entertainment News on 5 3.00 Law & Order. Triple bill. 6.00 NCIS Four episodes. Nikki Jardine volunteers to help Tony investigate the murder of a Marine in Baghdad; Ziva becomes involved with a murder suspect; two bodies are found at a building site on a Navy base; part one of two. A former NCIS agent is found dead. 10.00 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Three episodes. A sergeant’s son is accused of rape; the CEO of a record label and his protege are questioned over an assault; the wife of a popular writer is accused of spousal abuse. 12.55am Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. Crime drama series. 1.50 Ransom 3.35 Criminals: Caught on Camera 4.00-6.00am Teleshopping Wednesday 20 Metropolitan Police Department in Washington DC, Capitol Police officers and lawmakers, as well as some of the rioters and protestors, offer their testimonies for the first time about the events of that fateful day. It also includes previously unseen footage, filmed by protestors and rioters, and chilling first-hand accounts from those trapped inside the building as the rioters prowled. FILM CHOICE Ghost Stories 11.15pm, BBC Two (Not in NI) Originally a chilling stage play written and directed by Andy Nyman and Jeremy Dyson, this horror anthology is genuinely spooky. Nyman also plays Professor Goodman, who has a reputation for debunking supposed supernatural events. However, he gets the shock of his life while investigating a series of mysterious events. Martin Freeman and Paul Whitehouse co-star. Freeview 21 Sky Arts F’view 11 6.00am Giselle 8.00 Andre Rieu: World Tour 9.00 Tales of the Unexpected 10.00 Discovering 11.00 Landscape Artist of the Year 2017 12.00noon Manet from the Royal Academy of Arts, London 1.00 Tales of the Unexpected 2.00 Discovering 3.00 Treasures of the British Library 4.00 Patti Smith: Music Icons 4.30 Video Killed the Radio Star 5.00 Tales of the Unexpected 6.00 Discovering: Charlton Heston 7.00 David Hockney: Time Regained 8.00 Portrait Artist of the Year 2021 9.00 Brian Johnson’s A Life on the Road With drummer Lars Ulrich. 10.00 The Seventies Documentary. 11.00 Landmark Last in series. 12.00m’t Peter Blake: Pop Art Life 1.00 Eric Idle: Off Camera 2.15 The Making of Marc Bolan 3.10 Master of Photography 4.05-5.00am Cheltenham Literature Festival 2020

film ratings ★★★★★ Brilliant ★★★★ Very Good ★★★ Good ★★ Average ★ Bad (R) Repeat BBC One BBC Two ITV Channel 4 Channel 5 6.00am Breakfast News headlines. 9.15 Rip Off Britain: Live Consumer issues. 10.00 Claimed and Shamed A £1million wine bar insurance racket is uncovered. 10.30 A Service of Reflection and Hope Marking the centenaries of the partition of Ireland and the formation of Northern Ireland. 12.15pm Bargain Hunt Raj Bisram and Stephanie Connell help two teams scour Gloucester antiques centre for items. (R) 1.00 BBC News at One; Weather 1.30 Regional News; Weather 1.45 Doctors Zara and Emma try to get Al and Jimmi to make up. 2.15 Impossible Quiz show. (R) 3.00 Escape to the Country A home in Devon. (R) 3.45 Money for Nothing At Walsall Recycling Centre. 4.30 Antiques Road Trip A gavel and a vintage train set are among the items picked up. (R) 5.15 Pointless Quiz show. 6.00 BBC News at Six; Weather 6.30 Regional News; Weather 6.30am Dom Delivers (R) 7.15 Money for Nothing (R) 8.00 Sign Zone: Gardeners’ World Seasonal tasks. (R) 9.00 BBC News at 9 10.00 BBC News Headlines. 10.30 Dom Digs In Dom Littlewood joins everyday hard grafters. (R) 11.15 Homes Under the Hammer In Rhondda Cynon Taff, Gillingham and Walsall. (R) 12.15pm Politics Live The latest stories from Westminster. 1.00 Head Hunters Quiz show. (R) 1.45 Eggheads Quiz show. (R) 2.15 Heir Hunters The search to find a Kent woman’s relatives runs into difficulties. (R) 3.00 Gymnastics Action from day four of the World Artistic Gymnastics Championships. 4.45 Born to Be Wild A concussed woodpecker needs help. (R) 5.15 Flog It! Anita Manning and James Lewis visit Sheffield. (R) 6.00 Richard Osman’s House of Games With Michelle Collins. 6.30 Strictly: It Takes Two All the backstage gossip and action. 6.00am Good Morning Britain News and current affairs. 9.00 Lorraine Entertainment and the latest fashion news. 10.00 This Morning Daily magazine, featuring a mix of celebrity chat and showbusiness news. 12.30pm Loose Women The women put the world to rights once more and invite a celebrity guest to chat about what they are up to. 1.30 ITV News; Weather 1.55 Regional News; Weather 2.00 Bling Mr Freeze is charmed by a customer’s bracelet. 3.00 Winning Combination Quiz, hosted by Omid Djalili. 3.59 Regional Weather 4.00 Tipping Point Quiz show, hosted by Ben Shephard. 5.00 The Chase Bradley Walsh presents as Patrick, Linda, Afreena and Brian answer general knowledge questions and work as a team to take on one of the ruthless Chasers and secure a cash prize. 6.00 Regional News; Weather 6.30 ITV Evening News; Weather 6.05am Countdown (R) 6.45 The Big Bang Theory (R) 7.35 The King of Queens (R) 9.00 Frasier Triple bill. (R) 10.30 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA Gordon Ramsay revisits three restaurants he tried to save. (R) 11.25 Channel 4 News Summary 11.30 Find It, Fix It, Flog It Simon O’Brien converts a picture frame into a TV surround. (R) 12.30pm Steph’s Packed Lunch 2.10 Countdown Gameshow. 3.00 A Place in the Sun A couple hoping to move to Estepona on Spain’s Costa del Sol. (R) 4.00 Chateau DIY Philipp starts a colossal ongoing project to reinstate their formal garden. 5.00 Four in a Bed The B&Bers embrace the great outdoors. 5.30 The Perfect Pitch The Campers enjoy a pottery class. 6.00 The Simpsons Bart catches Principal Skinner in a compromising situation. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks The Devereaux family confront Warren about Felix’s whereabouts. (R) 6.00am Milkshake! Children’s TV. 9.15 Jeremy Vine Discussion. 11.15 Shoplifters & Scammers: At War with the Law 12.10pm 5 News at Lunchtime 12.15 Police Interceptors (R) 1.15 Home and Away See 6.00pm for details. 1.45 Neighbours See 5.30pm for details. 2.15 FILM Murder Most Likely (2019, PG) A popular cheerleader’s life is turned upside down after a house fire kills her father. Thriller, starring Madison McLaughlin, Adam Pally and Didi Conn. ★★★ 4.00 Bargain-Loving Brits in the Sun A glimpse into the life of cabaret performer Mark from Leeds. (R) 5.00 5 News at 5 Headlines. 5.30 Neighbours Hendrix is forced to come clean. (R) 6.00 Home and Away Tori continues to keep her application to a London hospital secret from Justin. (R) 6.30 Eggheads The Seven Hills Students take part on the quiz. 7 8 9 10 11 12 midnight 8pm, Shop Well for the Planet?: Joanna Page 7.00 The One Show Live topical show with daily reports. 7.35 EastEnders Gray receives a phone call that leaves him devastated, Billy gives Janine an ultimatum and Harvey is delighted when his son Aaron turns up in Walford. 8.00 Shop Well for the Planet? Jordan Banjo and Joanna Page travel to Grays, Essex, to meet Jenny, Carlos and their children, who are in the early stages of their eco journey, and have recently decided switch to a plant-based diet. 9.00 Ambulance A call is received from a distressed woman whose husband is in cardiac arrest, an elderly patient is struggling at home with pain in her legs, and paramedics are sent to help a patient who is naked in a phone box. 10.00 BBC News at Ten 10.25 Regional News; Weather 10.35 Question Time Fiona Bruce hosts the political debate, inviting a panel of politicians and guests, including Brian Cox, to answer questions from an invited audience. 11.35 Newscast Adam Fleming, Laura Kuenssberg and Chris Mason present their weekly round-up from Westminster, delivering their usual mix of serious analysis and lighthearted gossip about the biggest stories in politics. 12.05am Blankety Blank. Bradley Walsh hosts a revival of the comedy quiz show. With John Thomson, Karim Zeroual, Sue Perkins, Joel Dommett, Gloria Hunniford and Judi Love. (R) 12.40 The Hit List. Music-based quiz show. (R) 1.25 Weather for the Week Ahead 1.30-6.00am BBC News 8pm, The Hairy Bikers Go North: Simon and Dave 7.00 Back in Time for School The pupils and teachers find themselves in the 1980s, where technology comes to the fore, with educational robots, BBC Micro Computers and synthesisers entering the classrooms. (R) 8.00 The Hairy Bikers Go North The tour of Yorkshire continues in Leeds, as Simon King and Dave Myers visit the stunning Kirkgate market before riding to Skipton. There they meet Sam and his family who are making skyr. 9.00 Guilt In Edinburgh’s Leith area, a vast re-development is being promised by the mysterious Phoenix Company, but something lies in the way – a rundown church and its fearless Minister Sandy. Drama, starring Mark Bonnar. 10.00 QI Sandi Toksvig hosts a specially spooky episode of the quiz with a difference, with David Mitchell, Richard Osman, Zoe Lyons and Alan Davies taking part. 10.30 Newsnight Analysis of the day’s biggest events. 11.15 The Ranganation Roisin Conaty and Guz Khan join Romesh Ranganathan in the studio to look at the week’s main points, from the news to trending topics, helping the nation navigate their way through these tricky times. (R) 12.00m’t Sign Zone: Blair & Brown: The New Labour Revolution. The careers of those at the heart of New Labour. (R) 1.00 Sign Zone: Strictly Come Dancing. Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman present. (R) 3.00 Sign Zone: Strictly Come Dancing: The Results (R) 3.50-6.30am This Is BBC Two 8.30pm, The Martin Lewis Money Show: Martin Lewis 7.00 Emmerdale Meena is on a mission, and Priya is loved-up after her day with Ellis. 7.30 Air Pollution: What You Need to Know – Tonight Joe Crowley investigates what is being done to tackle air pollution in the UK. 8.00 Emmerdale There is danger round every corner, lives lie in the balance as tragedy strikes. 8.30 The Martin Lewis Money Show: Live The cash expert answers the questions that matter most, and offers tips for making finances go further. 9.00 Charlene White: Empire’s Child Broadcaster Charlene White takes a journey into her past to explore how the legacy of the British Empire has shaped her family’s history. A personal journey that reaches a deeply moving conclusion. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather 10.30 Regional News; Weather The latest local reports. 10.45 Local Political Programmes Discussion of the latest political developments, with a panel of guests exploring issues that affect the region. 11.10 Against the Odds The first of a series telling inspirational stories from the world of sport features pioneering flat jockey Hollie Doyle. In the male-dominated world of racing she competes with and beats the very best jockeys. 12.05am Paul O’Grady’s Saturday Night Line Up. With Rupert Everett, Danny Jones and Martin Kemp. (R) 12.40 Home Shopping 3.00 FYI Extra 3.15 Air Pollution: What You Need to Know – Tonight (R) 3.40 Wild China with Ray Mears (R) 4.05 Unwind With ITV 5.05-6.00am Tipping Point (R) 9pm, Taskmaster: Victoria Coren Mitchell (right) 7.00 Channel 4 News The latest news headlines, featuring in-depth interviews and analysis of political developments and current affairs. Plus, the day’s leading sports stories and up-to-theminute weather reports. 8.00 NEW Handmade: Britain’s Best Woodworker In this opening episode, nine of the country’s most talented craftspeople compete to be crowned Britain’s best woodworker. Presented by Mel Giedroyc. 9.00 Taskmaster Alan Davies, Desiree Burch, Guz Khan, Morgana Robinson and Victoria Coren Mitchell attempt seemingly pointless tasks testing their ingenuity and calmness under pressure. With Greg Davies and Alex Horne. 10.00 Complaints Welcome Tom Allen, Jessica Knappett and Munya Chawawa assemble a ‘complaints committee’ of viewers with plenty to say about the television shows getting the nation talking each week. From daytime chat shows to documentaries, pre-school to politics – no genre of TV is off-limits. 11.05 Gogglebox: Celebrity Special Another chance to see celebrities cast their eyes over the week’s best TV as part of Channel 4’s Stand Up To Cancer 2021 night. (R) 12.10am 24 Hours in Police Custody. Documentary. (R) 1.05 Murder Island (R) 2.00 Taskmaster (R) 2.55 Undercover Boss USA (R) 3.45 Clapped Out: Is the NHS Broken? – Dispatches (R) 4.35 Location, Location, Location (R) 5.30 Beat the Chef (R) 5.55- 6.05am Jamie’s Comfort Food (R) 7pm, Autumn Gardening with Carol Klein: Carol Klein 7.00 Autumn Gardening with Carol Klein One of the most enjoyable tasks of autumn gardening is the annual planting of spring-flowering bulbs. Carol Klein reveals how, where and why to plant some of her favourites. 8.00 The World’s Most Scenic Railway Journeys A magical mid-summer railway journey through central Sweden starts in Mora on the Inlandsbanan. This traditional town is in the county of Dalarna, the heart of Swedish traditional culture. 9.00 All Creatures Great and Small As Chamberlain heads to meet with Hitler in Munich, James prepares to face his parents and give them some difficult news. Drama, starring Samuel West and Nicholas Ralph. Last in the series. 10.00 Casualty 24/7: Every Second Counts Patients include an elderly man due to fly to Cyprus in two days, an ex-miner with breathing difficulties, a youngster with a footballing injury and a case of suspected meningitis. (R) 11.05 FILM Dirty Harry (1971, 15) A maverick San Francisco detective vows to hand out his own brand of justice and end a deranged sniper’s reign of terror. Thriller, starring Clint Eastwood and Andy Robinson. ★★★★ 1.00am The 21.co.uk Live Casino Show 3.00 Entertainment News on 5. Showbiz news. 3.10 Me and My Mental Health (R) 4.00 Britain’s Great Cathedrals with Tony Robinson (R) 4.45 Wildlife SOS (R) 5.10 Divine Designs (R) 5.35 Thomas & Friends (R) 5.45-6.00am Paw Patrol (R)

Freeview 20 ITV2 Freeview 6 ITVBe Freeview 27 6.00am FYI Extra 6.15 Secret Crush 7.20 7.00am The Real Housewives of Cheshire The Ellen DeGeneres Show 8.00 8.00 Buying and Selling 9.00 LittleBe Emmerdale 8.30 Coronation Street 12.00noon Best Cake Wins 12.30 9.30 Ellen’s Game of Games 10.30 The Real Housewives of Potomac Dress to Impress 11.30 Secret Crush 1.25 The Real Housewives of Cheshire 12.30pm Emmerdale 1.00 Coronation 2.25 The Only Way Is Essex 3.10 Million Street 2.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show Dollar Listing: NYC 4.05 The Real 3.00 Dress to Impress 4.00 Secret Housewives of New Jersey 5.00 The Real Crush 5.00 You’ve Been Framed! Gold Housewives of Atlanta. Reality series. 6.00 FILM Harry Potter and the 6.00 Making It Home with Kortney & Philosopher’s Stone (2001, PG) Fantasy Dave Kortney and Dave help a newlywed adventure, with Daniel Radcliffe. ★★★★ couple transform their home into 9.00 Hell’s Kitchen Gordon Ramsay something more functional. shakes up the teams ahead of an 7.00 Buying and Selling The duo spruce international cuisine challenge. up a worn-out home in the suburbs. 10.00 The Emily Atack Show Comedy. 8.00 The Big Bake Cake creation based 10.45 Family Guy Double bill. on a theme of Halloween witches. 11.45 American Dad! Animation. 9.00 Vanderpump Rules Double bill. 12.15am American Dad! 12.40 The 10.55 Don’t Be Tardy Double bill. Stand Up Sketch Show 1.40 Don’t 11.55 The Only Way Is Essex Arg Hate the Playaz 2.20 Totally Bonkers confronts Gemma over their tryst. Guinness World Records 3.15 Unwind 12.45am Unwind With ITV. Relaxation and With ITV 3.30-6.00am Teleshopping reflection. 1.00-7.00am Teleshopping Dave Freeview 19 Drama The Goldbergs: four episodes Variations 6.00am Teleshopping 7.10 Yianni: Supercar Customiser 8.00 Timber Kings 9.00 Storage Hunters UK 10.00 American Pickers 12.00noon Top Gear 1.00 Red Bull Soapbox Race 2.00 Whose Line Is It Anyway? USA 3.00 Top Gear 4.00 Red Bull Soapbox Race 5.00 Rick Stein: From Venice to Istanbul 6.00 QI XL: Quizmas Festive quiz show. 7.00 Richard Osman’s House of Games With Samantha Womack and Rory Reid. 7.40 Would I Lie to You? With Prue 6.00am Teleshopping 7.35 A Place to Call Home 8.30 The Bill 9.35 Classic Holby City 10.55 Classic Casualty 12.00noon The Bill 1.00 Classic EastEnders 2.20 Peak Practice 3.20 All Creatures Great and Small 4.20 Pie in the Sky 5.20 dinnerladies. Comedy. 6.00 Bread Billy tries to make Julie jealous. 6.40 ’Allo ’Allo! Rene narrowly escapes exploding Christmas puddings. 7.15 Last of the Summer Wine Pilot episode of the long-running comedy. Leith, Scarlett Moffatt and Big Narstie. 8.00 Dalziel & Pascoe Feature-length 8.20 QI With Phill Jupitus and Ronni Ancona. episode. When a jockey dies at the 9.00 QI XL Panel show. 10.00 Late Night Mash Nish Kumar is joined by Rachel Parris and Ellie Taylor. 11.00 British as Folk Darren Harriott and Ivo Graham finish their trip in Essex. 12.00m’t Mock the Week 12.40 Have I Got a Bit More News for You 1.40 Would I Lie to You? 2.15 QI 2.45 Sin City Motors 4.00-6.00am Teleshopping racecourse, the detectives find themselves on the sinister side of the sport after discovering he was poisoned. 10.00 New Tricks Sandra’s mother needs to move into a care home. 11.20 Bad Girls Colin finally tells Karen all about Jim’s recent dodgy dealings. 12.30am Waking the Dead 2.35 Life on Mars 4.00-6.00am Teleshopping E4 Freeview 13 More4 Freeview 18 6.00am Hollyoaks 7.00 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA 8.00 Melissa & Joey 9.00 How I Met Your Mother 10.00 The Big Bang Theory 11.00 The Goldbergs 12.00noon Brooklyn Nine-Nine 1.00 The Big Bang Theory. Comedy. 2.30 Mike & Molly 3.30 Brooklyn Nine-Nine 4.30 Married at First Sight Australia 6.00 The Big Bang Theory Double bill. 7.00 Hollyoaks Ali bumps into Mandy. 7.30 Married at First Sight Australia Two new pairs will marry without having ever met their partner, and the original couples are all surprise guests at their weddings. 9.00 First Dates Australia Simone Holtznagel is one of Australia’s top international models, she is looking for a tall man to meet her strict requirements. 10.00 Naked Attraction Double bill. 12.10am Married at First Sight Australia 1.45 Rick and Morty 2.10 Robot Chicken 2.40 The Big Bang Theory 3.55-6.00am YTV As ITV except: 1.55-2.00pm ITV News Calendar 6.00-6.30 ITV News Calendar 10.30-10.45pm ITV News Calendar BBC Scotland 7.00pm The Mart. A rookie auctioneer battles nerves. 7.30 The Island That Saved My Life. Life on the island of North Ronaldsay in the Orkneys. 8.00 Roaming in the Wild. Andrew O’Donnell and Mark Taylor embark on a coastal sea kayak expedition. 8.30 Landward. Dougie Vipond and Nick Nairn are in Cullen, cooking the famous local soup. 9.00 The Nine. With Rebecca Curran and Martin Geissler. 10.00 Scot Squad. Traffic officers Surjit Singh and Hugh McKirdy receive a rude awakening. 10.30 Best of Chewin’ the Fat. Highlights of the comedy series. 11.00 Music Vault 11.45pm-12.00m’t Rewind 1980s SCOTLAND As BBC1 except: 1.30-1.45pm Reporting Scotland. The latest reports; Weather 6.30-7.00 Reporting Scotland; Weather 10.25-10.30pm Reporting Scotland; Weather WALES As BBC1 except: 1.30-1.45pm BBC Wales Today. The latest reports; Weather 6.30-7.00 BBC Wales Today; Weather 10.25-10.30pm BBC Wales Today; Weather 8.55am Kirstie’s House of Craft 9.15 A Place in the Sun 11.05 Escape to the Chateau: DIY 12.10pm Heir Hunters 1.10 Four in a Bed 3.50 Find It, Fix It, Flog It 5.55 The Yorkshire Dales and the Lakes 6.55 Escape to the Chateau: DIY A Lincolnshire couple who want to transform their aviary into a brocante shop. 7.55 Grand Designs Two brothers build two near-identical houses in Sheffield. 9.00 George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces A couple who turned an old fire engine into a bar to raise money for charity and a 23-year-old who built a shepherd’s hut. 10.00 Sarah Millican: Thoroughly Modern Millican Live Stand-up comedy at the Hammersmith Apollo, from 2012. 11.05 999: On the Front Line Paramedics treat a woman who has broken her leg. 12.10am 24 Hours in A&E. Documentary. 1.15 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown 2.20 George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces 3.25-3.50am Food Unwrapped STV As ITV except: 1.55-2.00pm STV News; Weather 6.00-6.30 STV News at Six; Weather 7.30-8.00 Scotland Tonight. Current affairs show. 10.30 STV News 10.45-11.10 Air Pollution: What You Need to Know – Tonight 4.05-5.05am Unwind with STV ITV WALES As ITV except: 1.55-2.00pm ITV News Cymru Wales 6.00-6.30 ITV News Wales at Six 10.30 ITV News Cymru Wales 10.45-11.10pm Fishlock’s Choice S4C 6.00am Cyw 12.00noon Newyddion 12.05pm Cymoedd Roy Noble 12.30 Heno 1.00 Mynyddoedd y Byd 2.00 Newyddion 2.05 Prynhawn Da 3.00 Newyddion 3.05 Am Dro! 4.00 Awr Fawr 5.00 Stwnsh 6.00 Cymru, Dad a Fi. Father and son Wayne and Connagh Howard visit Welsh islands. 6.30 Rownd a Rownd 6.57 Newyddion S4C 7.00 Heno. Magazine. 7.30 Newyddion S4C a’r Tywydd 8.00 Pobol y Cwm. When Mathew comforts Sioned, she reveals her secret. 8.25 Rownd a Rownd 8.55 Newyddion S4C a’r Tywydd 9.00 Bois y Rhondda 9.30 Rygbi Pawb. Rugby union magazine show. 10.15 Aberfan: Cantata Memoria 11.20pm-12.20am Aberfan: Yr Ymchwiliad Picks of the day Handmade: Britain’s Best Woodworker 8pm, Channel 4 After providing a safe landing for The Great British Bake Off after it parted ways with Aunty Beeb, Channel 4 is hoping to work the same magic with carpentry, and has even managed to sign up one half of the original GBBO presenting duo, Mel Giedroyc. She hosts from a workshop nestled in the ancient woodland of Wales’ Glanusk Estate, as nine of the country’s most talented Guilt 9pm, BBC Two Fearless Minister Sandy is about to make his presence felt. Not only is he protesting against a redevelopment project in Leith, he’s about to put the fear of God into Max and Kenny when they make the mistake of crossing his path while trying to figure out what their work for Roy is really all about. Meanwhile, Teddy investigates his brother’s death. BBC4 Freeview 9 7.00pm LIVE Cycling: Track World Championship Day two of the annual event, which this year comes from Velodrome Couvert Regional Jean-Stablinski in Roubaix, France. 9.00 FILM Poltergeist (1982, 15) The parents of a five-year-old turn to paranormal investigators to find her after she is taken by phantoms who invaded their home. Horror, with JoBeth Williams. ★★★★ 10.50 FILM Halloween (2018, 18) After a prison bus crashes, killer Michael Myers is back in the wild, but survivor Laurie Strode is ready for his return. Horror, starring Jamie Lee Curtis. ★★★★ 12.30am A Stitch in Time 1.00 Nature and Us: A History Through Art 2.00-3.30am FILM Romeo and Juliet: Beyond Words (2019, 12) A cinematic reimagining of Kenneth MacMillan’s classic ballet. ★★★★ All Creatures Great And Small 9pm, Channel 5 It’s now 1939 and war is looming on the horizon as the final episode dawns. With Neville Chamberlain heading to Munich to speak to Hitler, a sense of doom lies over the Dales, although some residents decide to enjoy themselves while they can. James, meanwhile, has a big announcement for his parents, but not until he’s dealt with the Aldersons’ pregnant mare. 5 USA 6.00am TJC 9.00 Murder, She Wrote 10.00 NCIS 12.00noon Law & Order 1.55 Entertainment News on 5 2.00 Law & Order. Crime drama. 6.00 NCIS Triple bill. Vance sticks to the rules as he investigates the death of a fellow agent; Gibbs discovers a link between the murder of a petty officer and the break-up of his team; a lieutenant’s wife is found murdered. 9.00 Crossing Lines The ICC uncovers a murder ring involving European truck drivers in which a mechanic disables family vehicles in order to force parents to fight each other. 10.00 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Double bill. A woman is attacked in her own home; a six-year-old boy goes missing. 12.00m’t Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: double bill 1.55 Ransom 3.35 Criminals: Caught on Camera 4.00-6.00am Teleshopping Thursday 21 craftspeople compete to impress judges Alex de Rijke and Helen Welch. It begins with a two-day challenge to create a bed of dreams that may become the stuff of nightmares. And in the surprise skills challenge, they must celebrate the fine skill of hand carving, with an invaluable prize for the winner. Who will furniture maker Helen and architect Alex choose to chisel another day? FILM CHOICE Zero Dark Thirty 11.05pm, ITV4 Director Kathryn Bigelow’s multi-Oscar-winning drama is inspired by a true story. Jessica Chastain plays Maya, a CIA agent assigned to a group of intelligence and military operatives tasked with locating Osama bin Laden after the 11 September terrorist attacks. It turns into an agonising 10-year mission, one that will have an incredible impact on Maya’s life. Freeview 21 Sky Arts F’view 11 6.00am Royal Air Force in Concert 7.30 Barry Manilow: Live on Broadway 9.30 Tales of the Unexpected 10.00 Discovering 11.00 Landscape Artist of the Year 2017 12.00noon National Treasures: The Art of Collecting 1.00 Tales of the Unexpected 2.00 Discovering 3.00 Landmark 4.00 Simple Minds: Music Icons 4.30 Video Killed the Radio Star 5.00 Tales of the Unexpected 6.00 Discovering: Judy Garland 7.00 Portrait Artist of the Year 2021 8.00 The Directors 9.00 Javier Bardem: Off Camera 10.15 The Women Who Run Hollywood Documentary. 11.15 Brian Johnson’s A Life on the Road Documentary. 12.15am Supertramp: Live in Paris ’79 2.15 Classic Albums 3.10 Master of Photography 4.05-5.00am Cheltenham Literature Festival 2020

film ratings ★★★★★ Brilliant ★★★★ Very Good ★★★ Good ★★ Average ★ Bad (R) Repeat BBC One BBC Two ITV Channel 4 Channel 5 6.00am Breakfast News headlines. 9.15 Rip Off Britain: Live 10.00 Dom Delivers 10.45 Claimed and Shamed 11.15 Homes Under the Hammer Properties in Wolverhampton, Stoke-on-Trent and Dover. 12.15pm Bargain Hunt Christina Trevanion leads today’s teams in Peterborough. 1.00 BBC News at One; Weather 1.30 Regional News; Weather 1.45 Impossible Quiz show. (R) 2.30 Garden Rescue An ecofriendly family garden in Whitchurch, Hampshire. (R) 3.00 Escape to the Country From Northumberland. (R) 3.45 Money for Nothing A broken washstand finds its way to designer Lucy Tiffney. 4.30 Antiques Road Trip Natasha Raskin Sharp and Raj Bisram gather items for their last auction in Cambridge. (R) 5.15 Pointless Quiz show. 6.00 BBC News at Six; Weather 6.30 Regional News; Weather 6.55 Party Political Broadcast 6.30am Bargain Hunt (R) 7.15 Money for Nothing (R) 8.00 Sign Zone: Chris and Meg’s Wild Summer (R) 8.30 Sign Zone: Mortimer & Whitehouse: Gone Fishing 9.00 BBC News at 9 Headlines. 10.00 BBC News Headlines. 12.15pm Politics UK Updates. 1.00 Head Hunters Quiz. (R) 1.45 Heir Hunters Friends of a woman call on the probate detectives for help. (R) 2.30 Eggheads Quiz show. (R) 3.00 Gymnastics Action from day five of the World Artistic Gymnastics Championships, held at Kitakyushu City General Gymnasium in Japan. 4.45 Born to Be Wild The SSPCA team receives a delivery of a nest of red squirrel kits. (R) 5.15 Flog It! With Claire Rawle and Michael Baggott. (R) 6.00 Richard Osman’s House of Games With Michelle Collins, Reginald D Hunter, Joanne McNally and Bill Turnbull. 6.30 Strictly: It Takes Two Rylan is on hand with more exclusives. 6.00am Good Morning Britain News, current affairs and lifestyle features. 9.00 Lorraine Entertainment and fashion news reports. 10.00 This Morning Daily magazine, featuring a mix of celebrity chat and lifestyle features. 12.30pm Loose Women Celebrity interviews and topical debate with the panel. 1.30 ITV News; Weather 1.55 Regional News; Weather 2.00 Bling Gok Wan meets a woman who has inherited her nana’s ring, stirring up loving memories of family time together. Lydia makes her customers’ day by surprising them with Bling that they consider the perfect price. 3.00 Winning Combination Quiz, hosted by Omid Djalili. 3.59 Regional Weather 4.00 Tipping Point Quiz show, hosted by Ben Shephard. 5.00 The Chase Quiz show. 6.00 Regional News; Weather 6.25 Party Political Broadcast 6.30 ITV Evening News; Weather 6.05am Countdown Word game. (R) 6.45 The Big Bang Theory (R) 7.35 The King of Queens (R) 9.00 Frasier Triple bill. (R) 10.30 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA (R) 11.25 Channel 4 News Summary 11.30 Find It, Fix It, Flog It (R) 12.30pm Steph’s Packed Lunch Steph McGovern presents. 2.10 Countdown Lesley Joseph is in Dictionary Corner. 3.00 A Place in the Sun Danni Menzies tries to find a golf fan the perfect property. (R) 4.00 Chateau DIY Julia continues the renovation of the barn into a wedding and events space. 5.00 Four in a Bed The B&Bers meet up on payment day to settle their differences. 5.30 The Perfect Pitch The campers head to Burton Springs. Last in series. 6.00 The Simpsons (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks It’s the day of the malpractice hearing, and on the way Ali bumps into Mandy who is furious after being ditched by him. (R) 6.00am Milkshake! Children’s TV. 9.15 Jeremy Vine Discussion. 11.15 Shoplifters & Scammers: At War with the Law 12.10pm 5 News at Lunchtime 12.15 Police Interceptors (R) 1.15 Home and Away See 6.00pm for details. 1.45 Neighbours See 5.30pm for details. 2.15 FILM Deadly Dating Game (2021, PG) Premiere. A radio DJ questions her ex’s intentions when he re-enters her life just as a mysterious stalker begins targeting her at her radio show. Drama, starring Jillian Murray. ★★ 4.00 Bargain-Loving Brits in the Sun Drag artist Mark faces a potential disaster. (R) 5.00 5 News at 5 Headlines. 5.30 Neighbours Levi is thrown by Amy’s hypocrisy and lays down an ultimatum. (R) 6.00 Home and Away Tane and Felicity agree to keep their distance, but it’s not easy. (R) 6.30 Eggheads The Pedigree Chums try their luck. 7 8 9 10 11 12 midnight 7.30pm, Question of Sport: Paddy McGuinness 7.00 The One Show Live chat and topical reports, with Tom Daley. 7.30 Question of Sport Paddy McGuinness asks the questions in the light-hearted quiz, with guests Tom Dean, Danny Murphy, Joshua Buatsi and Maggie Alphonsi. 8.00 EastEnders Gray admits he did not expect to be so upset about his dad’s death, bringing him closer to Whitney. 8.30 Richard Osman’s House of Games Night With Ed Balls, Janette Manrara, Steph McGovern and Ben Miller. 9.00 Have I Got News for You Victoria Coren Mitchell guest hosts, with panellists including Rylan joining the captains. 9.30 Mrs Brown’s Boys Agnes ends up at the wrong venue after trying to gatecrash Maria’s hen party. (R) 10.00 BBC News at Ten 10.25 Regional News; Weather 10.35 The Graham Norton Show Graham is joined by actors Eddie Redmayne and Jessie Buckley, comedian Stephen Merchant and Strictly judge Motsi Mabuse, with music by Elton John and Charlie Puth. 11.25 FILM A Time to Kill (1996, 15) A lawyer in Mississippi agrees to defend a black man charged with killing the two racist thugs who raped his 10-year-old daughter – but he is ill-prepared for the racial tension and violence that erupts during the course of the trial. Courtroom drama, based on a novel by John Grisham and starring Matthew McConaughey and Sandra Bullock. ★★★★ 1.45am Weather for the Week Ahead 1.50-6.00am BBC News. Headlines. 8pm, Gardeners’ World: Monty Don 7.00 MOTDx Football discussion presented by Jermaine Jenas. 7.30 Inside Culture: Down Under Mary Beard investigates the ongoing history of creative connection and cultural exchange between Britain and Australia. Last in series. 8.00 Gardeners’ World In the final episode of this series, Monty Don prepares for spring colour and harvests pumpkins and squashes. Meanwhile, Carol Klein visits Joe Lycett’s lockdown garden, and Toby Buckland helps Sue Kent. 9.00 FILM Sully – Miracle on the Hudson (2016, 12) Clint Eastwood’s fact-based drama, starring Tom Hanks as pilot Chesley ‘Sully’ Sullenberger, who rose to fame in January 2009 when he safely landed US Airways Flight 1549 in New York’s Hudson River after the plane lost all engine power shortly after take-off – an event that captured the imagination of the world. Also starring Aaron Eckhart, Laura Linney and Anna Gunn. ★★★★ 10.30 Newsnight Analysis of the day’s events and headlines. 11.05 Blair & Brown: The New Labour Revolution A look at how millennium celebrations were tempered by a feeling across the country that New Labour hadn’t yet delivered what they promised when they first came to power in 1997. (R) 12.05am Four Hours at the Capitol. Documentary charting the attack on Washington DC’s Capitol building in January. (R) 1.35 Sign Zone: Online Abuse: Why Do You Hate Me? – Panorama. Marianna Spring reports on the rising figures for online abuse. (R) 2.05-6.45am This Is BBC Two 4pm, Tipping Point: Ben Shephard 7.00 Emmerdale Investigations are underway, lives are changed, and the village is in shock. 7.30 Coronation Street Johnny tries to rescue Jenny, Dev gets emotional at Aadi’s bedside, and the police’s questions present Roy with a dilemma. 8.00 Shortage UK: Is Britain Working? Tonight As Britain faces shortages of fuel and food, Julie Etchingham investigates growing supply chain issues. 8.30 Coronation Street Shona attempts to save the Connors. 9.00 Grantchester When a music producer is murdered, Geordie finds himself implicated in the investigation and forced to consider whether army buddy Johnny could be the killer. Detective drama, starring Robson Green. Last in series. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather 10.30 Regional News; Weather 10.45 FILM Rocky Balboa (2006, 12) The ageing fighter contemplates a return to the ring when a computer simulation reveals he would have defeated the current world heavyweight champion Mason ‘The Line’ Dixon, who responds by challenging Rocky to face him for real. Boxing drama sequel, directed by and starring Sylvester Stallone. With Antonio Tarver and Burt Young. ★★★★ 12.35am All Elite Wrestling: Dynamite. Hard-hitting action. 1.25 Home Shopping 3.00 FYI Extra 3.15 Shortage UK: Is Britain Working? Tonight. Julie Etchingham investigates the UK’s apparent supply chain crisis. (R) 3.40 Rolling in It (R) 4.30 Unwind With ITV 5.05-6.00am Bling (R) 8pm, The Great British Bake Off: Jo Brand 7.00 Channel 4 News 7.30 Unreported World Reporter Anja Popp investigates the largely unregulated surrogacy market in Georgia, where wealthy couples can have multiple babies at the same time. 8.00 The Great British Bake Off: An Extra Slice Jo Brand is joined by Richard Osman, Anneka Rice and Ade Adepitan to look back on German Week, and there is a chat with the latest baker to say auf wiedersehen. 9.00 Gogglebox The armchair critics share their opinions on what they have been watching during the week, with cameras capturing their instant reactions and the lively discussions that are prompted by the week’s biggest shows. 10.00 The Last Leg Adam Hills, Josh Widdicombe and Alex Brooker are joined by celebrity guests for a comic review of the significant moments of the past seven days. As usual, the hashtag #isitok paves the way for the gang to round up, examine and explain the leading and most entertaining news stories of the week. 11.05 My First Threesome An insight into one of the most popular sexual desires, following a group of firsttimers as they go after their ultimate erotic experience. (R) 12.05am FILM Let’s Be Cops (2014, 15) Comedy, starring Jake Johnson and Damon Wayans Jr. ★★ 1.55 Ramsay’s Hotel Hell (R) 2.40 Come Dine with Me (R) 4.55 Location, Location, Location. Revisiting house hunters in Warwickshire. (R) 5.50- 6.00am Kirstie’s House of Craft (R) 8pm, Grand Day Out: Susan Calman 7.00 Secrets of the River Clyde The waterway that runs through Glasgow is one of Britain’s most important rivers with an incredible history. This documentary looks at how it has been at the heart of the UK’s shipbuilding for centuries. 8.00 Susan Calman’s Grand Day Out in the Welsh Mountains The comedian climbs the dramatic and spectacular peaks of North Wales, and stops off at the must-see tourist spot of the Tu Hwnt Ir Bont Tearoom. 9.00 Walking Cornwall’s Lost Railways Rob Bell visits Cornwall, once one of the world’s great industrial landscapes. He delves back in time to explore the copper mining that once dominated this peninsula. 10.00 NEW 1970: Britain’s Biggest Hits Celebrating the biggest-selling singles of the decade, beginning with 1970 – the best pop videos, the artists who appeared in them and the stories behind the songs – from Jimi Hendrix and Shirley Bassey to the Beach Boys and the Moody Blues. 11.30 NEW The 70s Greatest Pop Groups Music specials featuring entire performances enhanced with facts in caption boxes. The first episode looks back at some of the biggest family bands of the decade. 12.30am Criminals: Caught on Camera (R) 1.00 The 21.co.uk Live Casino Show 3.00 Entertainment News on 5 3.10 Animals After Dark (R) 4.00 The Funny Thing About Christmas (R) 4.45 Wildlife SOS (R) 5.10 Divine Designs (R) 5.35 Thomas & Friends (R) 5.45-6.00am Paw Patrol (R)

Freeview 6 ITV2 6.00am FYI Extra 6.15 Secret Crush 7.20 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 8.00 Emmerdale 9.00 You’ve Been Framed! Gold 9.30 Ellen’s Game of Games 10.30 Dress to Impress 11.30 Secret Crush 12.30pm Emmerdale 1.30 You’ve Been Framed! Gold 2.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 3.00 Dress to Impress 4.00 Secret Crush 5.05 Catchphrase 5.50 FILM Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002, PG) Fantasy adventure sequel, starring Daniel Radcliffe. ★★★★ 9.00 Hell’s Kitchen A challenge pushes the chefs’ ability to work together to the limit, with one team enjoying a day out, and the other having to sift through trash. 10.00 Family Guy Triple bill of fun. 11.30 American Dad! Francine’s adoptive parents pay an unexpected visit. 12.00m’t American Dad! 12.25 Crossing Swords 1.25 Don’t Hate the Playaz 2.10 Apocalypse Wow 3.05 FYI Extra 3.20 Unwind 3.30-6.00am Teleshopping Freeview 19 Dave 6.00am Teleshopping 7.10 Yianni: Supercar Customiser 8.00 Timber Kings 9.00 Storage Hunters UK 10.00 American Pickers 12.00noon Top Gear 1.00 Red Bull Soapbox Race 2.00 Whose Line Is It Anyway? USA 3.00 Top Gear 4.00 Red Bull Soapbox Race 5.00 Rick Stein: From Venice to Istanbul 6.00 QI XL Sandi Toksvig calls for a bit of ‘Quiet’ in this extended version. 7.00 Richard Osman’s House of Games With Kelly Cates, Tyger Drew-Honey, Desiree Burch and Matt Allwright. 7.40 Would I Lie to You? With Jo Brand. 8.20 QI With David Mitchell and Rob Brydon. 9.00 QI XL Extended edition, with Jo Brand, Phill Jupitus and Prue Leith. 10.00 Red Dwarf: The First Three Million Years The origins of the sci-fi comedy. 11.00 Red Dwarf Double bill. 12.20am Red Dwarf 1.00 Sliced 2.15 Would I Lie to You? 2.50 QI 3.30 The Indestructibles 4.00-6.00am Teleshopping E4 6.00am Hollyoaks 7.00 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA 8.00 Melissa & Joey 9.00 How I Met Your Mother 10.00 The Big Bang Theory 11.00 The Goldbergs 12.00noon Brooklyn Nine-Nine 1.00 The Big Bang Theory 2.30 Mike & Molly 3.30 Brooklyn Nine-Nine: double bill 4.30 Married at First Sight Australia 6.00 The Big Bang Theory Double bill. 7.00 Hollyoaks The McQueens are on a mission to get their home back. 7.30 Married at First Sight Australia There is one final spectacular wedding. 9.15 FILM Jason Bourne (2016, 12) Former government operative Jason Bourne is drawn out of hiding to uncover more truths about his father. Thriller, with Matt Damon and Tommy Lee Jones. ★★★★ 11.40 Naked Attraction Singletons from London and Wigan choose dates. 12.45am Married at First Sight Australia 2.30 Gogglebox 3.25 The Big Bang Theory 4.40-6.00am The Goldbergs YTV As ITV except: 1.55-2.00pm ITV News Calendar 6.00-6.25 ITV News Calendar 10.30-10.45pm ITV News Calendar BBC Scotland 7.00pm The Seven 8.00 Clydesdale – Saving the Greatest Horse. Janice Kirkpatrick uncovers the true story of the origin of the Clydesdale horse. 9.00 Blood of the Clans. Drama-documentary telling the tale of the bloody 17th century Civil War. 10.00 Still Game 10.30 A View from the Terrace 11.30pm-12.00m’t Best of Only an Excuse SCOTLAND As BBC1 except: 1.30-1.45pm Reporting Scotland; Weather 6.30-7.00 Reporting Scotland; Weather 7.30-8.00 Landward. Dougie Vipond and Nick Nairn are in Cullen, cooking the famous local soup. 10.25-10.30 Reporting Scotland. Headlines; Weather 11.25 Question of Sport. Featuring guests Tom Dean, Danny Murphy, Joshua Buatsi and Maggie Alphonsi. 11.55pm A View from the Terrace 1.00-6.00am BBC News WALES As BBC1 except: 1.30-1.45pm BBC Wales Today; Weather 6.30-7.00 BBC Wales Today. The latest headlines; Weather 10.25- 10.30pm BBC Wales Today; Weather Freeview 20 Drama 6.00am Teleshopping 7.40 A Place to Call Home 8.35 The Bill 9.35 Classic Holby City 10.55 Classic Casualty 12.00noon The Bill 1.00 Classic EastEnders 2.20 Peak Practice 3.20 All Creatures Great and Small 4.20 Pie in the Sky 5.20 dinnerladies. Canteen comedy series. 6.00 Bread Aveline has good news. 6.40 ’Allo ’Allo! Rene attempts to smuggle the airmen back to England. 7.15 Last of the Summer Wine The boys discuss life, love and women. 8.00 Father Brown Father Brown must race to save Bunty from the hangman’s noose when she is tried for murder. 9.00 Miss Scarlet and the Duke Eliza is hired to go undercover and infiltrate a potentially disruptive gang. 10.10 New Tricks The team reopens a murder case from 17 years previously. 11.35 Bad Girls Di gets a nasty surprise. 12.45am Waking the Dead. Drama. 3.10 Bread 4.00-6.00am Teleshopping Freeview 13 Freeview 18 More4 Variations Freeview 27 ITVBe 7.00am The Real Housewives of Cheshire 8.00 Buying and Selling 9.00 LittleBe 12.00noon Be Beautiful 12.10 The Real Housewives of Potomac 1.25 The Real Housewives of Cheshire 2.25 The Only Way Is Essex 3.10 Million Dollar Listing: NYC 4.05 The Real Housewives of New Jersey 5.00 The Real Housewives of Atlanta 6.00 Making It Home with Kortney & Dave The duo help a couple modernise their new home which is stuck in the 60s. 7.00 Buying and Selling A former pro-footballer searches for a property. 8.00 The Big Bake Three professional baking teams have five hours to design, bake and decorate a grand-scale cake creation based on a particular theme. 9.00 Botched Double bill of operations. 11.00 Atlanta Plastic Dancer Mimi Harris goes under Dr Crawford’s knife. 11.55 The Only Way Is Essex Reality. 12.50am Unwind With ITV. Daily escape. 1.00-7.00am Teleshopping 8.55am Kirstie’s House of Craft 9.15 A Place in the Sun 11.05 Escape to the Chateau: DIY 12.10pm Heir Hunters 1.10 Four in a Bed: five episodes 3.50 Find It, Fix It, Flog It 5.55 The Yorkshire Dales and the Lakes. Documentary. 6.55 Escape to the Chateau: DIY Dick Strawbridge and Angel Adoree give a five-metre-high staircase a makeover. 7.55 Grand Designs A couple plan to build a new family home in rural East Sussex almost entirely out of concrete, with construction involving cutting-edge technologies conceived in Switzerland. 9.00 24 Hours in A&E Double bill. A man is treated after a high-speed collision; patients include an 84-year-old man who has fallen down the stairs at home. 11.05 Emergency Helicopter Medics A cyclist crashes in a remote area. 12.10am Father Ted. Comedy series. 1.20 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown 2.25 24 Hours in A&E 3.25-3.55am Father Ted STV As ITV except: 1.55-2.00pm STV News; Weather 6.00-6.30 STV News at Six; Weather 10.30-10.45 STV News 12.35-3.00am Home Shopping 4.30-5.05am Unwind with STV ITV WALES As ITV except: 1.55-2.00pm ITV News Cymru Wales 6.00-6.30 ITV News Wales at Six 10.30-10.45pm ITV News Cymru Wales S4C 6.00am Cyw 12.00noon Newyddion S4C a’r Tywydd 12.05pm Codi Hwyl 12.30 Heno 1.00 Garejis: Dan y Bonet 1.30 Bois y Rhondda 2.00 Newyddion S4C a’r Tywydd 2.05 Prynhawn Da 3.00 Newyddion S4C a’r Tywydd 3.05 Terfysg yn y Bae 4.00 Awr Fawr 5.00 Stwnsh 6.00 Pobl a’u Gerddi. Aled Samuel visits gardens in Brynaman, Cardiff and Anglesey. 6.30 Sgwrs Dan y Lloer. Elin Fflur will be joined by broadcaster and composer Gareth Glyn. 6.57 Newyddion S4C 7.00 Heno. Magazine. 7.30 Newyddion S4C a’r Tywydd 8.00 Trysorau Gareth Edwards. The former rugby player selects 10 items of memorabilia for a new exhibition. 8.55 Newyddion S4C a’r Tywydd 9.00 Noson Lawen 2021. Celebrating Huw Chiswell’s 60th birthday. 10.00 Nigel Owens: Wyt Ti’n Gem? 10.30-11.35pm Craith Picks of the day Grantchester 9pm, ITV In this series six finale, Geordie and Will investigate a domestic incident at the home of singer Rita Daltrey and her domineering music producer husband Gene, after she specifically asks for the detective’s help. While he’s unable to pin anything on the vile Gene, Geordie does find out Rita got his name from his old army buddy Johnny Richards, who has been trying to help her The Graham Norton Show 10.35pm, BBC One Eddie Redmayne and Jessie Buckley chat about being in the current West End take on Cabaret. Elton John talks about his latest album before performing a duet with Charlie Puth. Stephen Merchant also drops in to gossip about his new comedy thriller The Outlaws, while Strictly judge Motsi Mabuse will be spilling the beans... BBC4 Freeview 9 7.00pm Sings Stevie Wonder 50 years of covers of Wonder’s songs. 8.00 TOTP: 1991 With Bryan Adams, Slade, Enya and Lisa Stansfield. 8.30 TOTP: 1991 With Queen. 9.00 Zappa An in-depth exploration of Frank Zappa’s private life as well as his rich and often controversial musical career, featuring access to the Zappa vault and archive footage. 11.05 Old Grey Whistle Test: Janis Ian Bob Harris introduces singersongwriter Janis Ian in concert at the BBC Television Theatre, London. First broadcast in October 1976. 11.50 On Drums – Stewart Copeland! The ex-Police musician explores the drums as the founding instrument of popular modern music. 12.50am Cigar Box Blues – The Makers of a Revolution 1.20 TOTP: 1991 1.50 TOTP: 1991 2.20- 3.20am Sings Stevie Wonder Gogglebox 9pm, Channel 4 Let’s face it, we’re often left disappointed when a TV show or movie doesn’t live up to our expectations. However, the Gogglebox gang never let us down – their often unique observations are among the small screen highlights of our week. No doubt they will have some hilarious things to say about the programmes that have grabbed their attention in this week’s edition. 5 USA 6.00am TJC 9.00 Murder, She Wrote 10.00 NCIS 12.00noon Law & Order. Six episodes of the drama. 6.00 NCIS Triple bill. Gibbs receives a call from his old friend Senator Patrick Kiley, who claims he is being framed for the murder of a naval commander; Gibbs revisits his home town to investigate an assault that left one marine dead and another badly injured – and enlists the help of his estranged father; a marine is found tortured to death in his garage. 9.00 L.A.’s Finest Syd’s and McKenna’s lives are threatened. 10.00 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Double bill. A woman is raped at a billionaire’s party; a woman makes a false accusation. 12.00m’t Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: double bill 1.55 Gone 3.35 Criminals: Caught on Camera 4.00-6.00am Teleshopping Friday 22 escape her other half’s clutches. When the latter is found murdered the next day, Geordie finds himself implicated in the investigation and forced to finally face up to some traumatic events from his own past. Meanwhile, Will is on thin ice with the Bishop, who wants to discuss his future, and whether it lies in Grantchester. Could both of their jobs be on the line? FILM CHOICE Let’s Be Cops 12.05am, Channel 4 It’s silly and completely ridiculous, but thanks to the chemistry between stars Jake Johnson and Damon Wayans Jr, this comedy is well worth a look. They play best pals Ryan and Justin who get a new lease of life after being mistaken for police officers. Rather than putting people right, they embark on a series of increasingly wild and dangerous adventures. Freeview 21 Sky Arts F’view 11 6.00am Australian Ballet 8.00 Darbar Festival 2017 9.00 Tales of the Unexpected 10.00 Discovering 11.00 Landscape Artist of the Year 2017 12.00noon Fresco Secrets 1.00 Tales of the Unexpected 2.00 Discovering 3.00 Tate Britain’s Great British Walks 4.00 Music Icons 4.30 Video Killed the Radio Star 5.00 Tales of the Unexpected 6.00 Discovering: David Niven 7.00 DH Lawrence: Sex, Exile and Greatness Documentary. 8.00 Too Young to Die 9.00 Classic Albums Double bill. 11.00 The Art of the Joy of Sex 12.00m’t Why Do We Dance? 1.00 Offended by Irvine Welsh 2.00 The Pretenders: Austin City Limits 3.00 Master of Photography 4.00 Cheltenham Literature Festival 2020 5.00-6.00am Landscape Artist of the Year 2017

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