Daily Star - 2021-09-11
Daily Star 2021-09-11

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2021-09-11

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2 DAILY STAR, Saturday, September 11, 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. 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In October it is Health Lottery East Midlands £1 Health Lottery numbers Friday, September 10 01 04 18 30 48 13 04 07 09 11 30 37 17 20 27 36 40 29 23 26 34 41 45 31 13 23 31 44 49 37 £1 Health Lottery numbers Thursday, September 9 £1 Health Lottery numbers Wednesday, September 8 £1 Health Lottery numbers Tuesday, September 7 £1 Health Lottery numbers Saturday, September 4 2ND CHANCE DRAW, Sept 4: 21, 24, 36, 41, 43 LOTTO EURO NATIONAL LOTTERY WEDNESDAY, September 8 No jackpot winner. Tonight’s top prize is an estimated £4.1million 03 04 13 14 38 56 52 01 06 07 18 28 02 08 MILLIONAIRE MAKER SELECTION: HXSN52582 ★ ★ 786,930 tickets won a prize Friday, September 10: Prize details not available set for life: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9: 01, 02, 21, 25, 29. LIFE BALL: 01 THUNDERBALL: Friday, September 10: 10, 12, 28, 29, 33. T’ball: 12 MET CHIEF: Dame Dick and Raab still cling on Dame Cressida Dick and Dominic Raab have kept their jobs despite calls to bin them. The Met Police head was yesterday handed a two-year extension to her £230,000-a-year contract. And fumbling Foreign Secretary Raab – paid £71,673 as a minister and whose net worth is estimated at £9million – dodged a demotion or sacking in the cabinet mini-reshuffle. It means the taxpayer is now forking out more than £300,000 in wages alone to the pair, even though they have been branded liabilities by senior Tories and police reform campaigners. Dick’s extension is being dismissed by Government sources as the result of Home Secretary Priti Patel not liking the look of possible replacements. They said: “It’s about having as many qualified people of part of the competition. Outside experience can be useful, so can experience within the Met.” It comes after a savage open letter demanded she be dumped and Raab faced outrage over staying on holiday in Crete as Kabul fell. Remote GP chats cost lives PEOPLE are dying because of the lack of faceto-face GP appointments, a senior coroner has warned. And Alison Mutch insisted there “is a risk future deaths will occur unless action is taken”. The Greater Manchester official also said many surgeries now had a policy of “predominantly using telephone appointments rather than face-to-face or video appointments”. She was speaking after the deaths of six patients seen remotely during the pandemic. Just 57% of GP appointments are now in person, down from 80% before Covid. Pictures: REUTERS; afp SAFE: Afghan families queue at Doha airport Britons escape Taliban FAMILIES arrive in Qatar as 200 people fled Afghanistan’s Taliban rulers by air yesterday. Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said 13 Brits were on the Qatar Airways flight to the capital Doha. He added: “We expect the Taliban to keep to their commitment to allow passage for those who want to leave.” TROLLEY DASHED! ‘Days of plenty in shops over’ WARNING: Ian wright the days when shoppers could pick up anything they want whenever they want are over, a food boss warned last night. Ian Wright, head of the Food and Drink Federation, said that a shortage of lorry drivers is in part due to them moving to online retailers for better hours and pay. The farm to fork supply chain is missing around half a million workers. Businesses have reported huge issues in supply chains in ■■ by AUGUST GRAHAM recent months, with shop shelves empty. “It’s going to get worse, and it’s not going to get better after getting worse any time soon,” Mr Wright said. “I think we will see we are now in for permanent shortages.” But a spokesman for the Prime Minister disagreed. No 10 said it “believes” shop stock levels could return to “normal” by Christmas. news@dailystar.co.uk

DS1ST DAILY STAR, Saturday, September 11, 2021 3 CREATOR: Davies ‘Misery’ takes the top prize IT’S A Sin’s creator Russell T Davies has revealed that a TV executive dismissed the show as “that miserable Aids drama”. The Channel 4 series won the new drama prize at the National Television Awards and was a hit with critics and audiences. Following a group of young gay men at the start of the 1980s HIV/ Aids crisis, it was rejected by both the BBC and ITV. Collecting the award, Davies said of the telly executive: “They won’t get to lick my trophy.” It’s a win for Sin: Pages 4&5 ★JESS is doing just grape these days after taking up winemaking. ★The beauty, 24, from south-east London, has perfected a little tipple she calls “Jess Merlot” and admits it is “quite potent”. ★As for drinking it, she says: “I take that on a case by case basis!” Jess Ronaldo must be alien an Travel With Nigel Thompson See Page 34 LITTLE FIB: Rimmer Si quick to tell a pork-y TV chef Simon Rimmer has revealed he likes to wind people up by saying he invented pulled pork. The Sunday Brunch host makes folk “really angry” when he claims to have devised the dish as it has been around for years. And the 58-year-old even made the bogus claim while on Strictly Come Dancing in 2017. He said: “I just started saying, ‘My invention’ and it’s great because it always gets people really angry. “When I did Strictly, I did it on my interests of, ‘Tell us something people don’t know about you’.” Picture: JEANY SAVAGE 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 may: I disgusted my dad BRIAN May has revealed his father did not speak to him for almost two years after he gave up on his PhD to pursue music. began studying astrophysics but then formed Queen with Freddie Mercury and Roger Taylor. Later he decided to devote who finally got his PhD in 2007 – 16 years after his father’s death – said: “He was disgusted. “I just thought this is a onetime The veteran guitarist, right, opportunity and worth himself to the band. May, 74, it.” STAR ‘SHOULD BE STUDIED BY NASA’ CRISTIANO Ronaldo is so out of this world he should be studied as if he were an alien, says a former team-mate. Retired striker Liedson da Silva Muniz played alongside the 36-year-old returning Manchester United star for Portugal at the 2010 World Cup. The 43-year-old said: “Cristiano should be studied not only by Nasa but also by other scientists. “He’s an out-of-theordinary phenomenon. “Each game he plays he beats new records. “It’s good he serves as a role model for youngsters ■■ by JERRY LAWTON who dream of becoming a Cristiano Ronaldo in their own lives.’’ Liedson was especially baffled because off the pitch his team-mate was just “like anyone else”. He added: “It’s inexplicable what he’s achieved. He’s a phenomenon who is the first to arrive at training and the last to leave. “It’s no fluke he’s gone as far as he has. It’s the result of a lot of hard work.” Father-of-four Ronaldo is expected to play for United against Newcastle at Old Trafford today. jerry.lawton@dailystar.co.uk Rich nickings Multi-millionaire Made In Chelsea star Jamie Laing has admitted he was arrested for shoplifting as a student. The McVitie’s biscuits heir, 32, said: “I didn’t have my wallet on me because it had been taken and I decided that I would steal from Boots and got caught. That was bad.”

4 DAILY STAR, Saturday, September 11, 2021 Assault denial by MP A Tory MP has appeared in court to deny sexually assaulting a 15-year-old boy in 2008. Imran Ahmad Khan, 48, appeared yesterday by video link at the Old Bailey, where he faces a single count of sexual assault against the then teenager, who cannot be named, in Staffordshire in 2008. Ahmad Khan, who represents Wakefield, West Yorks, has been suspended by the Conservative Party. He confirmed his name before pleading not guilty. The Recorder of London, Judge Mark Lucraft QC, said the trial will be held before High Court judge Mrs Justice McGowan. Gav uni vid-call claptrap GAFFE-prone Gavin “Thicko” Williamson lectured university bosses against using online calls for teaching – while using a video link himself. Vice-chancellors at the annual Universities UK conference in Newcastle broke into laughter as the Education Secretary insisted in-person lectures must return this term. Thicko, who earlier this week was embroiled in a race row after confusing black sportsmen Marcus Rashford and Maro Itoje, was supposed to attend the conference in person. But sources said he was forced to abandon his trip for the social care vote. Corner shops booster Almost half of independent convenience store owners say they have worked every day over the past year. It is twice as many as the previous 12 months as they face the challenge of Covid. The Local Shop Report by the Association of Convenience Stores also reveals the sector grew to more than £43billion a year during the epidemic. James Lowman, ACS chief executive, said: “This last year has been hugely challenging for convenience stores, who have been open through every local and national lockdown. “The people running and working in convenience stores are some of the hardest working people.” ALL THE AFTER-PARTY GOSSIP Castle will be ■TOP BILLING: Kate arrives for work at Smooth Radio yesterday still clutching award KATE’S GOT MORE TALES ‘WE’VE WON’: Derek video call KATE Garraway’s husband Derek Draper is set to tell about his coronavirus hell in a new documentary. Millions of viewers saw how his illness has affected their lives in moving ITV documentary Finding Derek earlier this year. After it won a National Television Award, Smooth Radio host Kate, 54, is already looking to do a follow-up. She told the Daily Star: “There are definitely more stories to tell. Let’s hope Derek’s voice is one of the stories. We know he’s in there, we just have to get him out.” Kate also shared on Good Morning Britain yesterday how she told her husband of their win by video call. She added: “I managed to wake up my daughter Darcey on her phone and said: ‘Can you please take your phone down to dad and Facetime him?’ “So she woke him up and he was a bit bewildered. But he definitely knows we won. He was happy, you could see it in his eyes.” Picture: GC IMAGES DS1ST TEAM PLAYER: Olly and Russell with the show’s cast and crew It’s a win for Sin The team behind It’s A Sin celebrate winning Best New Drama. Star Olly Alexander shared the pic of him holding the award online as show creator Russell T Davies gave a thumbs-up. The actor wrote: “Can’t believe last night was real! LGBTQ+ history is so vital for all of us and thank you all for your love and support.” I’m A ■■ by Andrew Jameson Celeb champion Giovanna Fletcher celebrated the show’s Entertainment Award and wrote: “What a lovely night with some of my castle mates!” And multi-award winner Ricky Gervais marked his Best Comedy win for After Life by simply saying: “It’s going on The Shelf!” ■WINS: Giovanna with Jordan North and Vernon Kay. Below, comic Ricky

DS1ST DAILY STAR, Saturday, September 11, 2021 5 AT THE NATIONAL TELEVISION AWARDS hell for celebs COMEBACK: YOU WIN AGAIN: Ant & Dec celebrate award DUO TO MAKE STARS SUFFER ■■ by ED GLEAVE I’M A Celebrity is set to be tougher than ever this year – with hosts Ant and Dec determined to put campmates through hell. The show is returning to Gwrych Castle in north Wales in November as the pandemic means it cannot be filmed in Australia. Ant McPartlin, 45, told the Daily Star: “We can’t wait to go back to Wales again in rainy November. It’s freezing there. Grim “We are going to try and make it worse for the celebrities this year.” He and co-host Declan Donnelly, 45, who won the best presenters gong at the NTAs for the 20th year in a row, say they can’t wait for new celebs to endure the grim conditions. Ant said: “We’re not the ones out there eating testicles and anuses.” Pal Dec joked: “Not on telly, anyway.” Stars rumoured to be taking part include former EastEnders actor Jake Wood, 49, and ex-Corrie beauty Lucy Fallon, 25. ITV bosses plan to axe the weekly highlights show that was introduced last year on Saturday nights, after viewers complained. Dec admitted: “You should have seen our social media. “People were saying, ‘You a***holes, you’ve ruined 2020 – why did you give us a highlights show on a Saturday night?’. “We went from heroes to zeroes.” Ant added: “We are not doing that again. There will be a show every night.” edward.gleave@dailystar.co.uk Piers loses it FUMING Piers Morgan lashed out at Ant and Dec after they beat him to the best presenter gong at the National Television Awards. The former Good Morning Britain host, 56, was seething after losing – and having his name booed by the audience. He tweeted: “Thoroughly deserved 20th consecutive win – the way they held those contestants to account during the pandemic was brilliant.” But back stage Ant said: “I don’t think we need to say anything about Piers Morgan. “The room said it all when his name was mentioned.” Picture: CURLEY MAGIC / CLICK NEWS AND MEDIA ■TASTY: Holly has a quick bite of a doughnut on her way home HOLLY BACK ON THE BOX ★HOLLY Willoughby celebrates This Morning’s success at the awards with a late-night box of doughnuts. The 40-year-old presenter was seen tucking in as she headed home from the after-party. ★She had earlier picked up the gong for best daytime series alongside her This Morning colleagues. In the show’s victory speech, Holly said: “This Morning is an incredible team. We are just lucky to be one cog in the wheel. Thank you for voting.” ★She also posted a picture of the This Morning team in an “obligatory lift selfie”, adding: “Waking up with a full heart this morning.” Collins Joan’s call of Duty.. DAME Joan Collins wants to make a comeback in telly hit Line Of Duty. The showbiz legend, 88, fancies playing a villain in the crime drama. Dame Joan said: “I’d like to be in Line Of Duty. I’d like to play a very evil person. Wouldn’t that be nice?” David Tennant is also hoping to get a role on the show. He said: “I’d quite like to be the baddie in a Line Of Duty season. That’s a cool gig, isn’t it?” Asked if he has ever been approached by show boss Jed Mercurio, Tennant said: “Never. Lousy b*****d.” JOEL Dommett got a sperm test for his 35th birthday to make sure he can become a dad. The comic, who hosted Thursday’s NTAs, said his wife Hannah bought it for him. HAPPY: Sandiford Dad will do Pete GOGGLEBOX star Pete Sandiford has secretly wed Paige Yeomans – and become a dad. The 26-year-old told of the news while at the National Television Awards with sister Sophie. The Blackpool lad said: “I’m married. It was the best day of my life. Well second best day as I’m a dad too.”

6 DAILY STAR, Saturday, September 11, 2021 Says Moo-ve to save Earth MOST people have started doing their bit to save the planet. The change in mindset has been especially noticeable since the start of the pandemic. For years many of us have been sorting our rubbish into a vast array of bins. But now some people are eating less meat. Pretty much everyone has been forced to take fewer flights. And there are many other ways we’ve seen habits change. Yet who knew that, really, the fate of the planet may rest on what comes out of a cow’s behind? Scientists are increasingly focusing on the honking heifers and how to stop their incessant guffs. Apparently the methane emitted contributes to a whopping great percentage of global warming gases. And luckily they’ve just discovered a way of breeding the beefy grassmunchers so they don’t fart as much. Holy cow! Finally some good news. What a breath of fresh air… Ice sarnie bit barmy THE gazillion celebrity chefs out there had to run out of ideas at some point. There’s a finite amount of foodstuffs available in the world. So it was only a matter of time before they started scraping the barrel for wacky recipes. And hats off to Nigella for leading the way with her raft of silly pairings. First we had bacon brownies. Now she’s sticking ice cream in an actual sarnie. Mother of God. Some brave souls may be willing to try it. But the recipe should come with a warning. It gets very messy if you stick it in the mee-cro-wah-vay! Joe KO’d DONALD Trump wants a boxing match with Joe Biden and claims he could knock him out easily. We’re actually with you on this one Donnie, a gust of wind would probably do for Sleepy Joe… 15 eyelid popping facts about goldfish FOR years winning a goldfish ★ in a bag has been a traditional prize from the funfair. But now Bristol City Council has banned the practice, with the RSPCA campaigning to outlaw it because many die from shock or poor treatment. It’s already illegal to give a ★ goldfish as a prize to an unaccompanied child under 16. Here JAMES MOORE has come up with 15 memorable facts about the colourful critters… You’re carp & you know you are... 1 Humans have kept goldfish as pets for more than 2,000 years. The tradition began in China where they were bred for ornamental lakes and ponds and once could only be kept by royalty. 2 They came to Europe in the 1600s and in some countries were given by men to their wives as a traditional first anniversary gift. 3 Goldfish can live into their forties, with one called Tish – won by a family at a UK funfair – reaching the grand old age of 43. 4 It’s possible to tell the age of a goldfish by counting the rings on its scales, in a similar way to a tree. But you’d need a microscope. 5 The longest on record measured 18 inches and they can weigh more than two kilos. They’re not all gold, but sometimes white. 6 Goldfish don’t have stomachs, just a long intestine, and crush their food with their throats. They’re omnivores able to eat everything ■POPULAR: Right, Hilda Hand with Tish, who reached 43 years old from plants to insects – even other small fish. 7 They have no eyelids. Goldfish can see more colours than humans along with ultra-violet and infra-red light. They also have a better sense of smell than us. 8 The collective noun for a group of goldfish is a “troubling”. They’re actually a type of carp and there are more than 300 different varieties. 9 It’s a myth that goldfish only have a memory of a few seconds. In fact, Israeli boffins trained some to come to the sound of a dinner bell, which they were still able to do months later. 10 Scientists at Oxford University found they could also remember different human faces. 11 They can survive very low temperatures, have brilliant hearing and have been known to survive for hours stranded outside tanks. Goldfish lay thousands of eggs 12 at a time, with males nipping females to encourage their release. 13 Keeping them in bowls isn’t a good idea as they are too small and, according to the PDSA, don’t let enough oxygen into the water. Too many goldfish in a tank can even lead to bullying! 14 They are the most popular aquarium fish with more than 400million sold across the world every year. Actress Dame Judi 15 Dench revealed she once saved the life of her pet goldfish by giving it mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. DS1ST

DS1ST DAILY STAR, Saturday, September 11, 2021 7 ANDREW SUED IN BADLY HURT: Prescott Kathryn lucky to be alive SKINS star Kathryn Prescott is “lucky to be alive” after being hit by a cement truck. The Brit – who found fame with her twin Megan playing Emily and Katie Fitch in the E4 drama – suffered horrific injuries in the accident in New York. Devastated Megan, 30, said her sister had narrowly avoided being paralysed. She tweeted: “After fighting through complex surgery some of Kathryn’s injuries include: broken pelvis, both of her legs, her foot and her left hand. “The doctors are hopeful that she will make a full recovery but this will only be possible with the correct care right now.” FACT OF woodpecker tongues wrap around their brains to protect from damage when hammering trees. THE DAY PEE CLAIM: Scary Mel in swipe at Geri Mel B poked fun at her Spice Girl bandmate Geri Halliwell on Friday’s Big Breakfast show. The 46-year-old appeared on the Channel 4 programme via video link and spoke openly to Mo Gilligan and AJ Odudu. Scary Spice once spilled the beans about a onenight stand with her pal. And when the singer was asked a fun question by the hosts about which celeb may be hiding in the Big Breakfast toilet, she made a clear dig at singer Geri. AJ asked: “So who do you think is in our loo?” Mel paused then replied: “Ginger Spice because she’s full of pee!” SEX ASSAULT CASE ■VOLLEY GOOD: Emma is all smiles after winning her US Open semi-final Emma to smash bookies ★NEW tennis sensation Emma Raducanu could net punters up to £5million after thousands backed her for US Open glory when she was a 150-1 outsider. The 18-year-old is odds-on favourite to win her first grand slam title in tonight’s final against Leylah Martinez of Canada. ★She is the first qualifier ever to reach the final of a grand slam tournament – and has not dropped a set. And if she wins against Leylah, who is just two months older than her, Emma will pocket £1.8m. as messages of ★But, support poured in online, she wouldn’t be the only one laughing all the way to the bank. Fans could hit the bookies for a seven-figure payout. One punter who wagered £200 is set to win £30,000. ★Coral’s John Hill said: “Not only is this the most incredible sporting storyline of the year, it’s one that Hollywood would rip up as being too far-fetched.’’ Wardy’s Wagers: Page 10 Pictures: PA OLD SNAP: Andrew and Virginia Legal battle could end in £14m payout ■■ By TOM PETTIFOR & CHRISTOPHER BUCKTIN prince Andrew has been served court papers outlining lurid claims by alleged sex trafficking victim Virginia Giuffre. Legal staff handed the documents to royal protection officers at Windsor Palace two weeks ago after being told they could not meet Andrew in person, court papers reveal. Andrew, 61, who strongly denies sexual assault allegations and says he has no recollection of meeting Ms Giuffre, is understood to be aware of the development. The 38-year-old is suing the Prince claiming she was loaned out to him aged 17 by his paedo pal Jeffrey Epstein and the billionaire’s alleged ACCUSER: Virginia PAPERS: Andrew “recruiter” Ghislaine Maxwell in 2001. Under the Hague Convention, Ms Giuffre’s team must present the papers to Andrew in person. But legal documents lodged in the US claim the summons has been served to the Prince properly under UK law. If deemed to be the case, he will have until next Friday to respond. However, if it is decided by December 7 that he has not been officially served, legal experts warn the case may collapse. Virginia’s lawyer David Boies has previously said: “We’ll present a copy of the complaint in a formal way. He is a foreign citizen so we must do this under the Hague Convention.” Ms Guiffre, now in Australia, wants compensation which could reach more than £14million. Andrew has been visiting the Queen’s Balmoral estate in Scotland. A spokeswoman representing the Duke of York has declined to comment. news@dailystar.co.uk

8 DAILY STAR, Saturday, September 11, 2021 Stalker in attack on mum A MAN has admitted assaulting a pregnant stranger after putting a pillowcase over her head and repeatedly punching her. Keith Gowers, 58, from Tottenham, north London, pleaded guilty to assault by beating at Thames Magistrates’ Court yesterday over the attack on March 18, the Crown Prosecution Service said. The court heard that the victim was six months pregnant at the time and had been followed down a street in Hackney by him. She suffered a cut lip and thumb during the ordeal, but neither she nor her unborn child were seriously hurt. Deputy head’s sex rap A DEPUTY school head has been accused of facilitating the rape of a girl under the age of 13. Julie Morris, 44, is charged with aiding and abetting rape, as well as inciting sexual activity. Ms Morris, from Hindley, near Wigan, appeared in court and was remanded in custody. David Morris, 52, of Eccleston, near St Helens, Merseyside, who is not related nor married to Ms Morris, is accused of carrying out the sexual assault. He has been charged with three counts of rape. Both defendants are set to appear at Liverpool Crown Court on October 4. Gripper gang is caged A gang of burglars nicknamed “The Grippers” for using mole grip pliers to break into homes and steal £300,000 of cars have been locked up. The six crooks struck about 30 times in 2019 to steal car keys from homes in the West Midlands. The men, from West Bromwich and Wednesbury, admitted charges including conspiracy to burgle and theft at Birmingham Crown Court. Two were jailed for seven years, one for threeand-a-half years and another got two years in a young offender institution. One got an 18-month community order and a 17-year-old was freed after 652 days in jail on remand. Staff crisis pubs calling up an army of over-50s DRAFT BEERS PUB landlords want an army of “silver servers” drafted in to plug staff shortages and stop more boozers closing. Industry chiefs have issued a rallying cry to Britain’s over-50s to join the trade and “enjoy the benefit of flexible, part-time work”. It came as grim statistics showed an average of six pubs disappear for ever each week in the UK. The Scottish Hospitality Group said people over 50, with or without experience, could solve the recruitment crisis. Spokesman Stephen Montgomery said: “It’s a valuable, flexible and enjoyable career.” He added: “The industry is on its knees and we are looking for solutions at every turn – I hope this could be it. “We need help to save the industry.” Mr Montgomery said the group’s members are desperately seeking ■■ by marc walker 500 staff, with potential for a further 500 recruits for new venues. He said: “However, this all hangs in the balance because of the current jobs market.” And he added: “If we can entice a generation of ‘silver servers’ in, they could save us.” The Crown in Little Walden, Essex, is advertising for “mature” waiting and bar staff, adding: “Experience an advantage but not essential.” But the historic Eight Bells, in nearby Saffron Walden, closed its doors last month “due to a shortage of available team”. news@daily star.co.uk ace rio weights on son ★Rio Ferdinand goes gaga for weight training as he pumps iron alongside new baby Cree. The former footballer, 42, who shares his son with wife Kate, 29, pushed his body to the limit while training at home in a grey tank top. ★Former Towie star Kate, inset, shared the snap on Instagram, but told of the relief after her stepchildren went back to school. She wrote: “I have had such a great time but I’m really glad they’re back.” DS1ST Posed by model

DS1ST DAILY STAR, Saturday, September 11, 2021 9 rI LOCKS GREAT FEELINGS: Kristen Diana’s ‘spooky sign-off’ Kristen Stewart said she had a “spooky sign-off” from Princess Diana to relive her life while making the movie biopic Spencer. The ex-Twilight actress, 31, said: “I felt some spooky, spiritual feelings making this movie. “I felt like there were moments where I kind of got the sign-off. “It’s scary to tell a story about someone who’s not alive any more and who already felt so invaded. “I never wanted to feel like we were invading anything, just that we were kind of adding to the multiplicity of a beautiful thing.” The film is set in 1991, when Diana was hoping to escape her marriage. WORD OF Frigophilia: The urge to visit a fridge every 20 seconds hoping something more appetising will have materialised. (Urban Dictionary) THE DAY SNUB: O’Grady Paul off ‘no-fun’ pantos PAUL O’Grady says he is snubbing panto offers this year – because Covid rules have put a block on having fun backstage. The Lily Savage star says he is focusing on telly work like his new show Saturday Night Line-up and ITV’s For The Love Of Dogs. The 66-year-old said: “I’m not doing panto this year. Apparently, with the restrictions, you can’t talk to anyone or leave your dressing room except to go on stage.” And O’Grady asked: “Where’s the fun in that?” Pictures: RAFAEL PAVAROTTI NIGELLA SPARKS ICE CREAM WAR SARNIE ARMY: ■Many fans love Nigella’s recipe ★RIHANNA just about hides her famous curves with a blonde dreadlocks wig. The singer, 33, also posed in a skintight body suit in the autumn edition of Dazed magazine. ★To celebrate its 30th birthday, the style mag features a series of snaps of the Barbadian star. Fans split over cold treat in a brioche bun NIGELLA Lawson has divided opinion with her latest recipe – an ice cream sandwich. The TV cookery queen – who last caused a stir with bacon brownies – left some fans baffled by her creation. But other foodies were thrilled by her dish, which sees homemade coffee ice cream served in a brioche bun. The star, 61, told her 2.5million Instagram followers the One-Step No-Churn Coffee Ice Cream is a perfect “mid-week treat”. Nigella added: “One of my absolute favourite ice creams, especially in brioche buns.” She said on her website: “I’m almost embarrassed at how easy this is but, as you will find out, simple though it is to make, ■■ by andy crick its flavour is deep, complex and utterly compelling.” Her fans – who laugh at the way Nigella pronounces microwave as “mee-cro-wah-vay” – were amazed. Comic Dawn French said: “Ice cream IN A BUN?! Oh Nigella... thank you.” One fan, called Elizabeth, said: “Go Nigella, an ice cream sandwich. You’re a total rebel.” Sohali Dossa was split on the idea and said: “What???? Ice cream on brioche?? “Before I accuse Nigella Lawson of being mad, this sounds like the perfect thing to test during lockdown. Next you’ll be recommending Nutella and pasta.” Becky Lee said: “Ice cream in a brioche bun is a whole new Nigella level.” The Star Says: Page 6 news@dailystar.co.uk MELTS IN MOUTH: Chef’s latest creation

10 DAILY STAR, Saturday, September 11, 2021 DS1ST ★MY mate likes to wear boxing gloves while vacuuming. He calls himself Dyson Fury. ★Stick an early bet on Tyson Fury to knockout Deontay Wilder in October: Bet365 – 20/21 Wardy’s WAGERS BE by JOHN WARD The Bees’ knees up MY wife threatened to leave me if I didn’t stop making Star Wars puns. I guess divorce is strong with this one. Feel out of this world with a punt on Brentford to beat Brighton: Betway – 9/5 STRIKE: Ivan Toney ODDS THE first annual meeting of camouflage club was a disaster. It looks like no-one showed up. Stand out with a punt on MOJO STAR in the St Leger at 3.35pm today at Doncaster: Sky Bet – 15/2 SPOT A walk in the Park IN Moscow I was stung by a suspicious looking wasp. It turned out it was the cagey bee. Sting the bookies where it hurts with a bet on QPR to beat Reading today: Betway – 7/5 A TWITT... Fancy getting on a winner? Then follow Wardy’s Wagers on Twitter @StupidPunt. HIT: Lyndon Dykes 14 Breaded Ham Slices ■ SensatioN: Brit Emma Raducanu is a star of the future £1 .30 300g Medium White Loaf Funsize Apples Funsize Cucumbears 9 Fromage Frais Fruit Tubes £1 .09 250g 95 p 9 x 37g Kids' packed lunches for a week for under £6 lidl.co.uk/lunches 45 p 800g 79 p min. 5 Pack 12 Mini Raisin Snack Packs 85 p 12 x 14g While While stocks stocks last. last. Subject Subject to to availability. Selected stores. stores. Excludes ROI ROI & NI. & NI. Packaging, sizes sizes & & measurements may may vary. vary. Decorative items items not not included. Prices included. correct Prices at time correct of going at time to print of going & valid to for print a limited & valid period for a limited only. Deluxe period Mini only. Bites Birchwood Assorted, 14 breaded Choose Ham from Slices, Rocky 300g, Road or 43.3p/100g. Double Chocolate, Oaklands 200g/250g, Funsize Cucumbears £9.95/kg, £7.96/kg. Snack Cucumbers, Meadow Fresh 250g, Mixed £4.36/kg. Leaf, Rowan 200g, £3.75/kg, Hill Soft Medium chilled. Oaklands White Loaf, White 800g, Seedless 5.6p/100g. Grapes, Alesto 500g, Mini £2.78/kg. Raisin Snack Snaktastic Packs, Potato 12 x Chips, 14g, 175g, 50.6p/100g. Choose from Milbona Original, 9 Fromage BBQ or Frais Sour Fruit Cream tubes, & Onion, 9 x 37g, 48p/100g. 28.5p/100g, Naturalis chilled. 6 Pack Oaklands of Juice, Funsize Choose Apples, from min. Orange 5 Pack, or Apple, 15.8p/apple. 6 x 200ml, Total 8p/100ml. price of Meadow products Fresh shown: Pasta £5.43. Salad, Choose from Tomato & Basil, or Chicken & Bacon, 400g, 24.8p/100g, chilled. TEEN EMMA WILL RULE Tennis ace is SPOTY on SCIENTISTS say the universe is made up of protons, neutrons and electrons. They forgot to mention morons. There are plenty of them running the country. Possibly the biggest of the lot, in a jam-packed field, is Education Secretary Gavin Williamson. This week the idiot managed to chat to rugby star Maro Itoje and think he was talking to Marcus Rashford. Oooh Betty. I wouldn’t put him in charge of getting the hot drinks in – he’d probably mix up the black coffees – never mind entrust him to run one of the most important sectors in the country. It’s a national embarrassment. Though to be fair, mistakes happen. I once did my friends favours in return for brown bags full of cash. I was mistaken for a politician. I also mixed up the bodies when I worked at a cemetery. It wasn’t until the next day that I realised I had made a grave mistake. I once got the words “jacuzzi” and “yakuza” mixed up and was in hot water with the Japanese mafia. And I accidentally mixed up my sleeping pills with Viagra. Ended up having 40 w***s. There is no mistaking that Brit tennis sensation Emma Raducanu will be a superstar. She is the first British woman to reach a Grand Slam final since 1977. I reckon the Brit will storm to the title and also win the BBC Sports Personality of the year award. Ladbrokes: Emma to win US Open today – 3/5 Emma to win BBC Sports Personality of the Year – 8/11

DS1ST tops for telly DAILY STAR, Saturday, September 11, 2021 11 tops for telly Only Fools can’t see we’re joking FATE: David, Gail and sinkhole Mystery of killer sinkhole ■■ by ED GLEAVE A CORRIE favourite is set to die in the giant sinkhole in David and Gail Platt’s back garden. The scenes have already been filmed and are due to air within weeks. The soap’s boss Iain MacLeod said: “We have a big stunt planned that will centre around the sinkhole in the Platt family’s back garden. And that will result in a death. “Deaths only really work if it’s somebody that you really care about and it’s going to be somebody that viewers know and love.” Iain added: “It is going to be big. There will be loads of spectacle. It’s going to be cinematic.” But he also said the tragic event would be tinged with humour. He said: “It is going to be classic Corrie. “It will be tragic, but also warm and funny. It will have gallows humour and will be full of heart. And in a weird way it will be quite triumphant. “That’s what Corrie does better than any other soap. We take really big lifechanging things and then we filter them through a northern tone of voice that is funny and sarcastic.” The star who is leaving is thrilled with their exit storyline. Iain said: “The actor who is leaving told me: ‘I love these scenes. They are the best scenes I’ve done on the show.’” Corrie was the big winner at the National Television Awards on Thursday after taking three gongs. Prat’s it for Malc CORRIE actor Malcolm Hebden has said his role as Norris Cole was sold to him as a “nosey little prat”. He’s leaving after 27 years with a tribute on Monday in Coronation Street Icons. Malcolm, 81, said: “There is a lot of Norris in me – I’m a bit of an old woman!” Of his decision to quit, he said “the mind was willing, the body was not so much”. BRANDING TOGETHER ★ ★ AMANDA Holden and Davina McCall strike some killer poses as they star in their latest advertising campaign. The Britain’s Got Talent judge, 50, and former Big Brother host, 53, are brand ambassadors for online retailer JD Williams. CENSORs are a brit silly says steven CLASSIC: Steven in sitcom ■■ by daniel bird ONLY Fools And Horses star Steven Woodcock has blasted BritBox after episodes of the classic BBC sitcom were censored. Bosses at the streaming service believe that viewers may find the episodes upsetting due to “some offensive racial language”. But Steven, below, famed for playing Jevon, argued: “It was of its time, I was never offended by it – if I was, I would have said. “I’d have either gone to the producer or John Sullivan himself and said: ‘I’m not happy with this, I think people are going to look at this in a different way’.” The 57-year-old added: “Production companies don’t always see what the public can see so I don’t really have a problem with it, I just think it was the time. “It’s just like some of the sexist remarks that were made that just wouldn’t come out of a man’s mouth today.” Steven claimed the show has found a new younger audience since being available to stream online and re-aired on BBC. He said: “I think they should keep it. I think people are more intelligent than some may give them credit for, people are much more in tune with what’s going on.” Steven’s former co-star Sue Holderness, 72, who played Marlene Boyce in the sitcom, has also hit out against the warnings. She said: “There have been people saying you could not make Only Fools And Horses now, it was racist. It wasn’t remotely racist.” news@dailystar.co.uk

12 DAILY STAR, Saturday, September 11, 2021 DS1ST ONLY £1 WEBB FEAT WIRED-tipped Mimi Webb is back with another special song and video ahead of her first EP. 24/5, out now, is about being “haunted by your love” and is accompanied by a cinematic visual which sets the stage nicely for her Seven Shades Of Heartbreak EP which follows on October 22. Ed: Own It Stormzy or we’ll lose it STAR HAS PAL’S LICENCE IF Stormzy ever wants to hire a car he’ll have to bring Ed Sheeran along. That’s because Ed is in possession of his pal’s driver’s licence, not that he knows why. Ed spilled: “I’ve got Stormzy’s driver’s licence. And I keep emailing him like: ‘Bro, I have your driver’s licence’ and he’ll like reply to something else in the email but not about the driver’s licence. “So I basically have my driver’s licence, my wife’s driver’s licence and his driver’s licence up in the kitchen. “People come round and they’re like: ‘Why have you got his driver’s licence?’ I have no idea. I have no idea. It was just in my house.” Clearly it’s the curse of being a superstar as Ed has quite a few so bad that I went out and replaced more sense to end with Equals but showbiz stories. He told Capital all of it.” when I was making what will be Breakfast with Roman Kemp he Ed has just dropped new single the next album, all the songs didn’t restocked Courteney Cox’s Shivers from upcoming album = fit my quota for the record. So I just cabinet of expensive wine after (Equals), but that won’t be the switched the two around. taking “the Mick”. only mathematical-themed album “And also I think me coming He explained: “I would go in out in the next few months. back with a bigger record rather her fridge, she always had really Speaking about the rumoured than like a lower lo-fi record – good leftovers. I got drunk one “lo-fi” LP – (minus) that will follow I think I needed to make a night on some of the stuff and I felt it he added: “In my head it made splash first.” FILAN SAD 18+ Players must be 18 or over. Terms and conditions apply. Excludes NI. The Health Lottery’s QuickWin game is a live online lottery draw every 3 minutes. The jackpot in each QuickWin draw is £25,000. All players matching 5 main numbers in each draw will win an equal share of the jackpot. The Health Lottery scheme manages 12 society lotteries that operate in rotation and each represents a different geographical region of Great Britain. This month’s society lo ttery is Health Lottery North West. For details on which society lottery is running each month please visit www.healthlottery.co.uk or ask your Health Lottery retailer. The Health Lottery logo is a registered trademark of The Health Lottery Ltd. WESTLIFE delivered an emotional performance of You Raise Me Up for Radio 2. Nicky Byrne explained: “Shane Filan lost his mum and dad within six months of each other very recently. “Lockdown had kicked in and we couldn’t go to funerals and that was the first time he’d sang You Raise Me Up since losing both his mum and dad. “We sang it at my dad’s funeral and we all cried but to lose both parents so soon together, yeah, he broke down.” See the performance on the BBC iPlayer. GOT A STORY? Call us on 020 8612

DS1ST DAILY STAR, Saturday, September 11, 2021 13 with SAM MAYERS JAMES CABOOTER’s HEAD down to Tom Kerridge’s Pub In The Park in St Albans this weekend to experience incredible food and two days of music from Gabrielle, Lightning Seeds, Reef, Faithless and more. WORLD DAMON Albarn is livestreaming his show at the Globe Theatre in London on Sept 20. Visit Doors.Live to watch the Blur man perform his new LP The Nearer The Fountain, More Pure The Stream Flows. WORLD Pictures: Zoey Grossman /Allure magazine Grande standing ARIANA Grande was nervous about setting up her new r.e.m. beauty range. The singer was aware of the growing number of female musicians entering the cosmetics industry. She told Allure magazine: “I’ve thought a lot about this, I don’t want to just hop onto any bandwagons ever. “I wear my peers’ make-up as well, just like I listen to their music. I think that it’s just another way to tell stories. You can never have enough make-up, just like you can never have enough music.” Allure’s October issue is available on newsstands from September 21. ★ DUA Lipa and Elton John were so close to landing a Top 10 hit with Cold Heart – so they’ve pulled in the big guns for a remix. The Blessed ★ Madonna version is at No11 and the DJ said: “I tried very hard to do it justice.” STRICTLY might have ★ the legendary Tilly Ramsay (?) on board this year, but America’s version of the ballroom show has landed a real superstar. Sporty Spice herself Melanie C has signed up to Dancing With The Stars which begins September 20 across The Pond. Looks like those ★ Spice Girls reunion shows will have to wait a little longer. 7453 or email james.cabooter@dailystar.co.uk ★FORMER X Factor champs Real Like You travelled to the Mecca of pop to record their debut album. The girls followed chart greats ABBA, Robyn and Zara Larsson by going to Stockholm, Sweden. ★Speaking at the Cazoo St Leger Festival at Doncaster Racecourse, the group’s Halle Williams told me: “We’ve been busy TOP • 10 • SINGLES TOP • 10 • ALBUMS working in the studio this year, getting material ready to release. ★ “It’s been a great experience working with different writers and producers and travelling to Stockholm to work with some people was a highlight.” Bandmate Virginia Hampson added: “We are really narrowing down on our sound and can’t wait to put music out soon.” 1 (1) BAD HABITS Ed Sheeran 2 (-) GIRLS WANT GIRLS Drake ft Lil Baby 3 (-) FAIR TRADE Drake ft Travis Scott 4 (2) STAY The Kid Laroi & Justin Bieber 5 (-) CHAMPAGNE POETRY Drake 6 (3) REMEMBER Becky Hill & David Guetta 7 (6) OUT OUT Joel Corry/Jones/Charli XCX 8 (5) INDUSTRY BABY Lil Nas X & Jack Harlow 9 (-) DON’T SHUT ME DOWN ABBA 10 (18) HEAT WAVES Glass Animals 1 (-) CERTIFIED LOVER BOY Drake 2 (-) SENJUTSU Iron Maiden 3 (1) DONDA Kanye West 4 (-) SOMETIMES I MIGHT BE... Little Simz 5 (12) GOLD - GREATEST HITS ABBA 6 (3) SOUR Olivia Rodrigo 7 (-) MERCURY - ACT 1 Imagine Dragons 8 (6) PLANET HER Doja Cat 9 (-) 21ST CENTURY LOVE SONGS Wildhearts 10 (8) WE’RE ALL ALONE IN THIS TOGETHER Dave FIRED UP MAC DUO SEEMS like the feud between former Fleetwood Mac lovers Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks just Won’t Stop. Days after Buckingham accused Nicks of giving the band an ultimatum to sack him in 2018 she has had her say. She described his claim as “factually inaccurate” and went on: “I did not have him fired, I did not ask for him to be fired, I did not demand he be fired. “Frankly, I fired myself... I was done. If the band went on without me, so be it.”

14 DAILY STAR, Saturday, September 11, 2021 Selfies are rail trouble Reckless posers taking selfies on live rail tracks have been urged to stop. Network Rail officials say the dangerous craze has attracted more than one million views on social media sites. Two parents even placed their toddler on a track for one daring snap. Inspector Richard Powell, of the British Transport Police, said: “Messing around on level crossings, including lingering to take photos, is illegal and extremely dangerous. “Trains approach almost silently, so if you’re distracted you won’t notice until it’s too late. No photograph is worth the risk.” It’s sole goal for training Football boot insoles can track how fast players run, how many passes they make and even how powerful their shots are. The pioneering footbeds contain sensors so the data is recorded – and coaches can also use an app to monitor the stats. The information, promised by Dutch company Jogo, is expected to revolutionise coaching analysis. David Dwinger, founder of the firm, said: “There used to be very little data usage in youth football. “Our sensors will contribute to a more detailed understanding of a player’s development, which is key to their future success.” Half of us say ‘I spy’ BRITAIN is a nation of curtain twitchers as 44% of residents admit spying on their neighbours. They are inspired to be busybodies by the glut of TV crime dramas they watch, a study shows. “It looks like we are a nation of curious and suspicious armchair detectives and forensic experts,” said a spokesman for Sky, who held the survey. The snooping doesn’t stop at neighbours – 27% of those polled admitted looking at partner’s emails, while 22% have secretly been through their other half’s bank statements. And 15% of us have even checked a friend’s phone to see if they were up to anything wrong. Picture: James Maloney ■FIGURES OF FUN: Nick with the brand-new Wallace and Gromit statue Cracking wheeze ★A STATUE of Wallace sculpture in Preston ★Nick, 62, said: “It is a and Gromit is unveiled yesterday with the city’s great honour for me, in the creator’s home city mayor Cllr Javed Iqbal. as a proud Prestonian, to after town hall chiefs said it ★The statue depicts the see my characters Wallace was a “cracking” idea. much-loved characters and Gromit cast in bronze Animator Nick Park as they appeared in hit film and given pride of place in unveiled the bronze The Wrong Trousers. my hometown.” I’D SMASH JOE! PUT ’EM UP: The Donald says he’d floor Biden Trump boast in dream of Biden scrap POWER STRUGGLE: Reagan and Chernenko in Two Tribes video ■■ by Aaron Tinney DONALD Trump claims he fantasises about beating up Joe Biden in a boxing match. The former US leader, 75, claimed he would “easily knock out” the new president – after repeatedly claiming the 78-year-old has dementia. Trump said: “I think probably my easiest fight would be Joe Biden because I think he’d go down very, very quickly. Biden would go down in the first few seconds.” If they did battle it out it could look like the scrap between then US president Ronald Reagan and USSR leader Konstantin Chernenko depicted in Frankie Goes to Hollywood’s 1984 Two Tribes video. Trump was speaking at a press conference for tonight’s clash between Evander Holyfield, 58, and Vitor Belfort, 44. He and son Donald Trump Jr will commentate on the bout. And Biden might even be up for some fisticuffs – after claiming in 2018 he would prefer to fight Trump than talk politics with him. He said: “When a guy who ended up becoming our national leader said, ‘I can grab a KNOCK-OUT: President DS1ST woman anywhere and she likes it, they asked me, would I like to debate this gentleman, and I said, ‘No’. “I said: ‘If we were in high school, I’d take him behind the gym and beat the hell out of him’.” He was referring to the recording of Trump bragging he could “grab women by the p *** y” and get away with it because he was “a star.” The Star Says: Page 6 news@dailystar.co.uk

DS1ST DAILY STAR, Saturday, September 11, 2021 15 ALL YOUR CLIMATE CHANGE MOOS NO BEES MEANZ GASSY: Cow Farty’s over for cattle... ■■ From Page 1 account for 14% of greenhouse gases, which are driving climate change. So scientists are using genetic testing to identify cows which produce the least amount of methane, then breeding them to create eco-friendly herds. They are also experimenting by giving the animals foods which don’t make them gassy in a bid to reduce parping. An article in the Journal of Dairy Science said: “Genetic selection could offer a permanent solution to methane emissions through either selecting for traits that have beneficial effects on emissions, or by identifying cows that are low emitters.” UK cattle breeders are already working towards a “future-proof” stock of low-emission animals. Barrie Turner, chief executive of the Aberdeen Angus Cattle Society, said: “We are building up genomic profiles to select the most carbon-friendly cattle that will make a difference in the long run.” The Star Says: Page 6 STAR THE GMB union is calling for home heating systems to use green gases such as hydrogen to avoid a ban on gas boilers, which it says will mean huge bills. BURST Tsunami UK fear CLIMATE change could cause tsunamis in the UK as melting ice sheets trigger underwater landslides and tidal waves, an expert has warned. Bill McGuire, professor of earth sciences at University College London, believes thawing could have catastrophic consequences, saying: “Britain is in the line of fire.” NO MORE BEANZ Panda cub’s giant hug… ★Giant panda Jia Jia tenderly cuddles her firstborn cub, a baby boy who is now a month old. The rare animal was born to the 12-year-old mum and Kai Kai, 13, at the River Safari Wildlife Reserve in Singapore. ★China has been sending its native black-and-white bears abroad since the 1950s as part of what is known as “panda diplomacy”. Pictures: REX/Shutterstock Eco crisis to hit favourite foods ■■ By Rob Knight Baked beans, curry and jam are just three of the food favourites we will lose if bees become extinct, says an expert. The insects are crucial to the eco-system but populations are shrinking fast due to habitat loss, pollution and pesticides. Bee expert Professor Dave Goulson, of Sussex University, said: “Many pesticides are directly toxic to bees. “And worryingly, honey stores in bee nests often contain cocktails of 10 or more pesticides. “Herbicides get rid of weeds, otherwise known as DREAD HOT: Curry wildflowers, so less food for bees.” Prof Goulson teamed up with Clipper Teas to highlight the threat. Other food faves that would disappear include pizza toppings, pasta sauces and Christmas cake. And the amount of fruit and veg and flowers available in supermarkets would also be slashed. news@dailystar.co.uk Tech ‘bad for planet’ shock Computers emit more greenhouse gas than planes, a shock study has revealed. Information and communications technology is believed to fall in the range of 2.1% to 3.9% of global emissions, while the aviation industry accounts for around 2%. Carbon footprint scientist Professor Mike Berners-Lee said: “We know that ICT has an ever-growing role in society. But its relationship to carbon reduction may not be as straightforward as many people assume.”

16 DAILY STAR, Saturday, September 11, 2021 DS1ST ‘PARADISE LOST’ KIM ■DISASTER: The moment a plane crashes into the Twin Towers in New York GETS SUED FIVE defectors who were promised a “paradise on Earth” in North Korea are suing Kim Jong-un. The tyrant, inset, is facing an order to attend court in Tokyo over human rights abuse claims. The defectors are demanding £650,000 each after they left their ethnic Korean families in Japan to go to North Korea in a resettlement scheme. The offer, which ran until 1984, promised free health care, education and jobs. But they were forced into manual labour in mines and on farms. ■■ by Ethan Blackshaw Eiko Kawasaki, 79, left Japan in 1960 and was trapped in North Korea for 43 years before defecting. She insisted: “If we had been told the truth about North Korea, none of us would have gone.” She and the four other defectors filed a lawsuit at Tokyo district court back in 2018. She said: “Finally, it is time for justice.” But while Kim has been called to face their demands for compensation at a hearing on October 14, he is not expected to show. FREE 60s & 70s to Soul & Motown Somerset Party 1 November 2021 5 DAYS HALF BOARD FROM £498 PER PERSON Warner Cricket St Thomas, Somerset Hayley Ria Christian as Gladys Knight, Memories of the Four Tops, Hamilton Brown as Lionel Richie, Buzz D’Angelo as James Brown, Tameka Jackson as Diana Ross, Roy G Hemmings Dictionary of Soul, Nat Augustin as Stevie Wonder, Union Gap UK, New Amen Corner, Chris Nott as David Essex, Glen Leon as the voice of Tom Jones, Sammy Lomax as Dusty Springfield, The Moondogs & Little Miss 60s at this exclusive holidays for over 40s only. INCLUDED ● 4 nights’ standard en-suite room - upgrades available ● 4 breakfasts & 4 dinners ● FREE drinks 6pm to midnight every night - house beers, spirits, wine by the glass, pumped soft drinks & mixers ● Exclusive entertainment ● Car parking Call 01895 83 33 33 Open: 9am-5.30pm Monday to Friday www.gnholidays.com/star QUOTE DSTX0526 Pictures: IAN VOGLER; AFP TRIBUTE: Firefighter Neil Vaillancourt at 9/11 Memorial 9/11 100% FINANCIAL PROTECTION You cannot book this exclusive break direct with Warner. GN Holidays reserves the right to change the acts* performing. LIGHT OF HOPE: Tower of Light shines at the Pentagon HARROWING SHOT: Wim Wenders with artwork in London

DS1ST DAILY STAR, Saturday, September 11, 2021 17 20 years on ■■ By Aaron Tinney America today remembers the victims of 9/11 – 20 years on from the sickening attack that changed the world forever. Almost 2,800 people died when hijacked planes were flown into the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. Another 189 were killed when a third jet hit the Pentagon. And when a fourth crashed into a field, all 44 hero passengers who had fought to get back control were killed. Today US President Joe Biden will visit all three sites to pay his respects to those who died. He will be joined at the 9/11 Memorial in Lower Manhattan, US PAYS TRIBUTE TO VICTIMS OF HORROR New York, by former president Barack Obama and victims’ families. Mr Biden will then move on to 18,000ft-high Tower of Light was lit up. Meanwhile, artists who witnessed the attack on the Twin Towers are displaying Shanskville, Pennsylvania, and a huge pictures of bloodied Ground wreath-laying ceremony will follow at the Pentagon. Yesterday police and military personnel Zero rubble to remind a new generation of the horror. Film director Wim Wenders, 76, has laid white roses at the 9/11 taken part in the 9/11: Twenty Years On memorial, and at the Pentagon the event at the Imperial War Museum, London. Wenders, who spent six days shooting at Ground Zero, remembered: “It was like working on a huge graveyard… conversations would happen in whispers. “Every now and then, there was a horn blowing and everyone would take off their hard hats because it meant somebody somewhere had found human remains.” Families of the victims are still locked in a battle with the justice department to lift the secrecy over the FBI investigation into the horror, and its possible links to Saudi officials. There are claims critical evidence has been lost. news@dailystar.co.uk SPY CHIEF: McCallum ‘New terror threat’ for UK LARGE-scale terror attacks could happen again after the Taliban’s return to power in Afghanistan, says Britain’s spy chief. MI5 director-general Ken McCallum said the retreat of Western forces could allow al-Qaida to resume operations in the isolated nation. He said: “Terrorist threats tend not to change overnight… and the 20- year effort to reduce the terrorist threat from Afghanistan has been largely successful. “But even though those directed plots and centrally organised bits of terrorism take a bit longer to rebuild, overnight you can have a psychological boost, a morale boost to extremists already here, or in other countries. “In the last four years, working with the police, my organisation has disrupted 31 latestage attack plots in Great Britain.” But the country’s spy supremo added: “We need to be vigilant. “The terrorist threat to the UK I am sorry to say is a real and enduring thing.” Beauty’s refugees greeting Miss England met with Afghan refugees fleeing the Taliban to help distribute food and aid as they arrived in the UK to start a new life. Rehema “Remi” Muthamia, 25, welcomed families escaping a regime that oppresses women. She was making her first public appearance in Walsall, West Mids, since clinching the beauty pageant title two weeks ago. The health technology consultant, from northwest London, said: “I was delighted to be invited to the launch of such a worthy humanitarian effort.”

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22 DAILY STAR, Saturday, September 11, 2021 School in WE NEED woke loo backlash TEXTUAL A primary school faced parent fury after making its toilets gender neutral. The loos were not modified, meaning urinals remained in use in the boy’s toilets despite girls being allowed in. HEALING But the school has made a U-turn. Anna Willcox, head of Moredon Primary, in Swindon, Wilts, said she had “listened” to parents’ concerns and there were now “both unisex and single sex toilets”. Misery of mixed messages ONE in three of us have fallen out with someone after misreading a text. And just under half spend hours trying to work out if the person messaging is annoyed or just joking. It is much better to speak faceto-face, reckon three-quarters of us, although talking quietly and having hearing loss can also cause problems. GP and broadcaster Dr Hilary Jones, spokesman for Hidden Hearing, which set up the study, said: “In-person communication lets us understand tone, pay ■■ by becky snowden attention to body language and feel better connected, reducing feelings of frustration, depression and anxiety, shown to be the most common feelings from miscommunication. “Spending time with your loved ones or friends, especially in person, has a profound positive on our mental health.” news@ dailystar. co.uk impact DS1ST on the wild side With Lily Woods The perfect car to suit you. And your budget. Find your freedom the easy way in an affordable new car from the Motability Scheme. Use your mobility allowance to enjoy worry-free motoring with a new car that includes insurance for up to three named drivers, servicing and breakdown cover. With a range of budget-friendly models available for no more than your mobility allowance, we’ve got the right car for you. Check if you’re eligible at motability.co.uk/eligibility Eligible Allowances • Enhanced Rate of the Mobility Component of Personal Independence Payment • Higher Rate Mobility Component of Disability Living Allowance • Higher Rate Mobility Component of Child Disability Payment (Scotland) • War Pensioners’ Mobility Supplement • Armed Forces Independence Payment grey squirrels and roadkill I was asked a seemingly strange question this week. Someone asked, why are there suddenly so many dead animals on the roads in the past few weeks? I knew straight away, sadly, that they were talking about grey squirrels and told them that this happens every single year. Every autumn young squirrels looking for their own territory, pushed out by aggressive fathers, fall foul of our roads. Just yesterday I saw more than 20 squirrels dead on a seven-mile stretch of motorway. It’s sad, but hard to be too sad to see an invasive species getting flattened. Even if you find an injured squirrel and take it to a rescue centre the laws say under most circumstances an invasive animal can’t be released back into the wild unless it is neutered – so many healthy squirrels are put down. A rise in grey squirrels in the UK led to a direct decline in our native squirrel, the red. Red squirrels eat the same food, live Tip of the week Project Splatter monitors roadkill. You can report dead animals on a road to them to help further scientific understanding of what species are worst affected. This week, 25% were grey squirrels. in the same environment, but are weaker – and are dominated by the much bigger, stronger cousin from across the pond. Grey squirrels have two litters a year, with an average of three kits, but as many as nine have been recorded. So with each pair potentially producing 18 babies a year, is it any wonder so many get pushed out on to the roads? At least around here it leaves plenty of food for our scavengers, like the red kite. Red squirrels have a maximum of 12 kits a year. A surprise boon in Scotland has been the conservation of the squirrel’s biggest predator, the pine marten. A specialist squirrel hunter, the pine marten chases them up trees to kill them. However, given the choice between a native red squirrel and an invasive grey, martens will nearly always pick the plump and delicious grey. Who thought bringing a sciurid assassin to the woods would help red squirrels? That’s nuts: Page 25

DS1ST DAILY STAR, Saturday, September 11, 2021 23 ONE NATION: Monarch Queen’s support for BLM bunder arrest THE Queen and the Royal Family support Black Lives Matter, an aide claims. Sir Ken Olisa, the first black Lord-Lieutenant for London, says he spoke to the royals about racism after George Floyd’s murder in the US. He said: “I have discussed with the royal household this whole issue of race, particularly in the last 12 months since the George Floyd incident. “It’s a hot conversation topic. The question is what more can we do to bind society to remove these barriers. “They [the royals] care passionately about making this one nation bound by the same values.” STAR YOuNG fans of Kellogg’s cereals will be able to have their faces and a message put on the boxes as part of a new code collection promotion. BURST Dash for cameras CAMPAIGNERS are calling for dashcams to be made compulsory as new figures show an average 67 people a day are killed or seriously injured in road accidents. StressFreeCarRental.com is urging the Government to ensure all motorists have a dashcam to record incidents while they drive. Pictures: SWNS STAB GIRL hero HUG ■A RESCUED girl hugs one of the hero cops who saved her life after she was stabbed in the neck and chest by her dad. After receiving an emergency call, Pc Ryan Legge and Pc Ahmed Mavitunali forced entry into seven-year-old Noura’s flat in Brent, north-west London. The girl, then six, received first aid from the officers before paramedics took over and she was taken to hospital in a serious condition. ■The Pcs’ Commander, Sara Leach, said: “I am immensely proud of Ahmet and Ryan, whose actions at the scene were crucial.” ■JUST IN TIME: Officers Mavitunali and Legge ACTION MAN: Shopkeeper Tim But cafe boss furious he had to do cops’ job by JERRY LAWTON, ■Chief Crime Correspondent A CAFE boss had to catch a serial thief himself after police said they were too busy with “lots of work”. Tim Nye, 58, made a citizen’s arrest when his business was targeted by raider Alfu Miah, 33, three times in a week. The former officer said: “The police seemed to ignore it, hoping it would go away. Exasperated by the lack of police action, I decided to take matters into our own hands.” Mr Nye and a neighbouring shop worker held on to the thief for 15 minutes until police arrived to take him into custody when Miah returned to the store for a third time. He is awaiting sentencing after admitting multiple charges of what a district judge branded “serious” theft when he appeared at Sheffield Magistrates’ Court. South Yorkshire Police said they would not comment until Miah had been sentenced next month. jerry.lawton@dailystar.co.uk JUST £5.49 A BOTTLE ON 12 CRAFT WINES Plus 2 FREE wine glasses worth £18, and FREE delivery! Luxury Craft Wine Selection 12 CRAFT WINES WAS £136.38 NOW £65.88 Plus FREE WINE GLASSES AND DELIVERY! To order, visit virginwines.co.uk/VE2267 or call 0343 224 1001 quoting VE2267 Terms and Conditions: Please allow between 1-3 working days for delivery, however 85% of orders are arriving next working day. Also available as an all-red or all-white case. New customers only. UK Delivery only. You must be 18 years of age or over to buy alcohol. Strictly one case per customer. Not to be combined with any other promotion. By redeeming this offer you agree to try the Virgin Wines WineBank. WineBank uses easy monthly top-ups to save for your wine and rewards you with £1 for every £5 you deposit, plus free delivery on all future purchases. There’s no obligation to buy any more wine. Your default monthly payment is £25 which you can change on Virgin Wines' website. You can cancel your WineBank membership at any time and withdraw any funds you’ve added. Offer is unavailable to existing WineBank members. Calls may be monitored or recorded for training purposes. Images for illustration purposes only. For full terms and conditions, visit www.virginwines.co.uk/terms DRINKING IS ONLY FUN WHEN YOU DON’T OVERDO IT

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DS1ST DAILY STAR, Saturday, September 11, 2021 27 ES OVER DIANA’S ROLE AS PAMPERED pet owner ■ FUR REAL: Patricia with Derek and, right, as Mrs Pumphrey. Left, Nicholas. Below right, Rachel with Imogen Clawson, who plays Helen’s sister Jenny icia: I am just k’s dogsbody Alderson (Rachel Shenton) call things off with fiancé Hugh on their wedding day. But in this series set three months later, don’t expect to see James and Helen happily loved up. Nicholas Ralph, who plays James, explains: “Anticipation is the best bit, the will they won’t they. “Anyone who’s read the books will have an idea. But it’s the jourdon. “I was wearing of steel-toed boots,” have really tiny feet y heavy. my Achilles tendon of filming, doing a muscle in my right cricket run, my leg rt me and my tenut into plaster at ere I met a nurse hel who recognised e gave me the best this show I’ve ever appy and sad’. word review. It was king my tendon for got it plastered, had k and shoot the last waist up.” e books by real-life vet Herriot (real name Alf Wight) All Creatures Great And Small chronicles his life in a Yorkshire community in the 1930s. In the most recent Christmas special, viewers saw James’ love interest Helen I’m the support act to Tricki Woo ney and how things may materialise or may not.” Rachel adds: “It is very tentative and they’re dancing around each other and it’s not straightforward.” A new canine addition to the cast is Helen’s sister Jenny’s dog Scruff, who gets into trouble scaring sheep in the first episode. Scruff is actually a female dog called Bobbi who was just nine months old when she started. Helen adds: “She didn’t always do as she was told and most of the time my pockets were filled with little bits of bacon and sausage just as shameless bribery. But she’s absolutely adorable and just a joy to be around.” The show also stars Callum Woodhouse as vet Tristan Farnon and Anna Madeley as matriarch Mrs Hall, while James Fleet is joining as Colonel Merrick. Fans will be thrilled to know a third series is planned, and cast and crew are hoping to continue after that. Newcomer Nicholas has been amazed at the overwhelmingly positive reaction and puts that down to the show’s core values. “One minute you’re laughing out loud, the next it’s quite touching and poignant,” he says. “It’s based on compassion, kindness and simplicity, those universals everyone can get on board with in these more complex times.” ● All Creatures Great And Small returns to Channel 5 on Thursday at 9pm. HAPPY FAMILY: Samuel, Rachel, Nicholas, Anna and Callum

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ACROSS 1 Monster slain by Beowulf in the Anglo Saxon epic poem (7) 6 Cone-bearing palm-like tropical plant (5) 9 Highest capital city in the world (2,3) 10 David Lynch’s cult TV series about the death of Laura Palmer (4,5) 11 Large hairy tropical spider of the family Theraphosidae (9) 12 Landlocked republic in West Africa, capital Niamey (5) 13 Card game which is an old form of poker (4) 15 Japanese city which is the setting for Madame Butterfly (8) 17 Group founded by vocalist and guitarist Josh Homme, Queens of Find out how much you know about 12 Which recent ITV drama series 18 Which 2018 TV drama set in Hong style, soaps, TV and pop with our starred Ben Miller as a criminologist? Kong starred John Simm as Professor fantastic quiz. Check your answers 13 Which US singer had a 1971 number Jonah Mulray? in next week’s Daily Star Sunday. one with I’m Still Waiting? 19 Which new film is based on a book 14 Which 1998 film starred Jimmy Nail by Jojo Moyes? 6 Which Dragons’ Den star will grace and Bill Nighy as aging rockers? 20 Who directed the recent thriller Old, the Strictly dance floor this year? 9 Which 2008 film reunited former TV 15 What was the title of Bros’ 1987 starring Gael Garcia Bernal? 7 Which TV host married Anne-Marie favourites Mulder and Scully? breakthrough hit single? Corbett? 10 Which film featured Cher’s 1991 hit 16 Which American city is the setting of IF you can’t wait until next Sunday for the answers, ring 8 Which Gavin & Stacey star The Shoop Shoop Song? BBC2 drama series Pose? 0907 181 2654. Calls cost 80p per minute plus your co-presents BBC1’s Shop Well 11 Welcome 2 America is a posthumous hit 17 Which singer needed knee surgery telephone company’s network access charge. 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SP: Spoke, 0333 202 3390 Without pause (3-4) London football club DOWN 1 Italian or Italian-style ice cream (6) 2 Tallest and heaviest of all living penguin species (7) 3 2004 Steve Martin comedy, Cheaper By The _ (5) 4 Baltic country whose capital city is Vilnius (9) 5 Feminine side of a man’s personality, in Jungian psychology (5) 6 Woodworking tool with a U-shaped metal frame (6,3) 7 Michael _, 1989 French Open singles tennis champion (5) 8 Horse that won the Cheltenham Gold Cup in 1989, _ Orchid (6) 14 An Officer And A _, Richard Gere film (9) the _ (5,3) 16 London borough at zero 18 Ant-Man And The _, 2018 degrees longitude (9) superhero film with Paul 19 William Archibald _, Rudd and Evangeline Lilly (4) Oxford don noted for transposing 22 Spirit who serves Prospero in The initial letters (7) Tempest (5) 20 Fridtjof _, Norwegian arctic 24 Republic in SE Asia established as explorer (6) a British trading post in 1819 (9) 21 Duran Duran’s 1984 UK number 26 Island in the Tyrrhenian Sea with an one single, The _ (6) active volcano (9) 23 _ Stadium, home ground of 27 Ivan _, tennis player born in Ostrava, Glasgow Rangers (5) Czechoslovakia (5) 24 1957 Elvis Presley hit written by 28 Richard _, 37th president of the Otis Blackwell, All – Up (5) US (5) 25 Actor who played Theon Greyjoy in 29 Jimi _, US guitarist who headlined Game Of Thrones, Alfie _ (5) the 1969 Woodstock Festival (7) Mix up the letters in the shaded squares to reveal the name of a British actress (6,3) 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 27 Complete the pu zle, then rea range the shaded squares to find the surname of a French actress (9). 28 29 To hear the across and down solutions call 0907 181 1080. Calls cost 80p per minute plus your telephone company’s network access charge. In Samurai Sudoku, normal sudoku rules apply for all five 9x9 sudokus, but the 9x9 inner sudoku shares four of its 3x3 boxes with those of the outside sudokus. For extra clues call 0905 789 4163 Calls cost 80p per minute plus your telephone company’s network access charge. 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. 10 12 44 16 27 8 7 13 14 4 6 7 10 10 10 19 20 35 11 14 20 8 15 21 7 8 5 3 5 15 12 10 Starting with the highlighted letter V, follow a path to find 15 Olympic sports. The trail passes through every letter once (but only once) and may go up, down, left or right, but not diagonally. LAST WEEK’S ANSWERS: 1 Bugsy Malone; 2 Jodie Foster; 3 Dave; 4 Tiffany; 5 Mandy; 6 I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!; 7 Bob Odenkirk; 8 Suranne Jones; 9 Ralph Fiennes; 10 Tight Fit; 11 Industry Baby; 12 Kirstie Allsopp & Phil Spencer; 13 Westlife; 14 Mel Gibson; 15 ABBA; 16 Paul Merton; 17 Scarlett Johansson; 18 Therapy; 19 Jungle Cruise; 20 Matt Damon. 14 14 19 3 17 11 24 9 24 8 12 6 24 2 1 20 14 24 3 3 24 4 18 21 20 3 2 24 14 16 22 1 17 12 22 24 8 24 2 22 20 1 1 6 15 22 22 16 24 23 18 20 13 22 8 22 22 22 5 14 22 10 8 2 24 7 4 13 18 19 5 9 19 13 1 26 14 12 24 20 2 24 25 4 20 5 22 2 18 8 22 11 23 24 24 4 1 17 20 19 22 9 22 2 20 18 13 2 24 19 8 2 22 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 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 YESTERDAY’S SOLUTION Across: Flavour, Club, Fare, Prejudge, Greedy, Enable, Bisque, Beetle, Belittle, Dawn, Cone, Cuticle. (Deduct two minutes from target time for each extra letter heard.) Alternatively, for six extra clues to your mobile, text DSSALPHA to 85088. 64343. Texts cost £1 plus your usual network rate. FULL SOLUTION: 0907 181 2629 *Calls cost 80p per minute plus your telephone company’s access charge. 10 Stingy drunk (5) CRYPTIC CLUES 11 Sheep inside near fresher (5) ACROSS 12 Vessel used by South side, small and 1 Seat for rider with burden (6) stylish (9) 4 Short learner with unusual title (6) 13 Trays eyed suspiciously in the recent 7 Strong wind woman heard (4) past (9) 8 Thankful for a rug left by mistake (8) 17 Leader of orchestra, sullen, with 9 Animal expert with the queen, an old scent (5) hand (7) 19 Nettle on any broadcast (5) 12 Quiet youth initially timid (3) 20 Rows involving royal in dead heats (5) 14 Incense upsetting a Green (6) 21 Saint, French one, getting shock (4) 15 Confectionary, small, found in Southern backstreet (6) QUICK CLUES 16 Man getting stick (3) ACROSS 18 Worker appearing with drink after 1 Rider’s seat (6) toddler’s first fit of temper (7) 22 Carry on giving ice to nun, possibly (8) 23 Cast using outhouse (4) 24 South African money found inside next to drink (6) 25 Quick to be irritable (6) DOWN 4 Small (6) 7 Strong wind (4) 8 Thankful (8) 9 Old hand (7) 12 Timid (3) 14 Infuriate (6) 15 Confectionery (6) 16 Stick (3) 18 Fit of temper (7) Fill the grid so that every column, row and 3x3 square includes all the digits from one to 9. LEVEL: Gentle TARGET: 16 mins Solution tomorrow YESTERDAY’S SOLUTION 9 3 5 7 8 1 2 6 4 8 7 2 3 6 4 9 5 1 4 6 1 5 2 9 7 8 3 3 1 8 6 5 7 4 2 9 5 9 6 4 3 2 8 1 7 7 2 4 9 1 8 6 3 5 2 5 9 8 7 3 1 4 6 6 8 7 1 4 5 3 9 2 1 4 3 2 9 6 5 7 8 Extra clues: 0901 322 5604 Today’s Solution: 0907 181 2630 *Calls cost 75p plus your telephone company’s *Calls cost 80p per minute plus your telephone network access charge. SP: Spoke, 0333 202 3390 company’s network access charge. plus your telephone company’s network access charge. Two sets of clues but the answers are the same ANSWERS TOMORROW 22 Carry on (8) 23 Outhouse (4) 1 2 3 4 5 6 24 Alcoholic spirit (6) 25 Irritable (6) DOWN 1 Tourist (9) 7 8 2 Handed over (9) 3 Bird of prey (5) 4 South American ruminant (5) 5 Quaint (4) 9 10 11 12 13 6 Chuckle (5) 10 Close-fitting (5) 11 Fresher (5) 14 15 12 Seagoing vessel (9) 13 The day before today (9) 17 Smell (5) 19 Irritate (5) 16 17 18 19 20 20 Rows (5) 21 Daze (4) 21 1 Tourist locations, say, initially enticing the queen (9) 22 23 2 Rescued and handed over (9) 3 Bird spilling ale, e.g. (5) ACROSS: 1 Found out, 5 Limp, 8 Crew, 9 Outraged, 10 Implied, 4 Beast of burden left with the French 12 Cease, 13 Nelson, 15 Appear, 17 Pages, 18 Washout, mother (5) 22 Creation, 23 Stir, 24 Ruse, 25 Listened. DOWN: 1 Fiction, 24 25 2 Use up, 3 Ozone, 4 Tots, 6 Ingrate, 7 Padre, 11 Idols, 12 Copes, 5 First of towns, small and quaint (4) 14 Legless, 16 Retired, 17 Pacer, 19 Aunts, 20 Often, 21 Dial. 6 Funny Gaul, hot, making us giggle (5) Welcome to our Wordsearch with a difference. Not only are there 17 lost words hidden in the grid, written forwards, backwards, up, down or diagonally, but if you find them and cross them out, the letters that remain will spell out a further related word. As usual, we’re not going to tell you what the lost words are, but they do all have a strong connection. The hidden word could also be a kind of ear - and that’s a clue! Using only the letters in the wordwheel, take 10 minutes to find as many words as possible, none of which may be plurals, foreign words or proper nouns. Each word must contain the central letter and at least three others. Letters can only be used once in every word. There is at least one nineletter word in the wheel. To hear the full solution call 0907 181 1078. Calls cost 80p per minute plus your telephone company’s network access charge. SP: Spoke, 0333 202 3390. Using the clues provided, fill in each step of the ladder with a new word, changing one letter at a time. COLD Grip Brave Run away Accessory Soft material FEET Which of the four shapes below is an exact mirror image of the one to the right? A B C D 30 DAILY STAR, Saturday, September 11, 2021 PUZZLE FACTOR ALPHAPUZZLE TM 25 15 2 7 2 7 1 25 5 3 8 14 2 1 8 15 7 11 24 20 3 12 7 25 14 20 16 14 20 23 8 12 17 20 4 1 18 14 20 17 14 20 20 12 21 20 11 25 15 1 20 19 17 15 4 19 13 8 20 15 20 20 9 1 20 2 8 11 14 25 *Helpline: 0333 202 3390 (9am – 5.30pm) Service Provider: Spoke Don’t miss tomorrow’s Special puzzles section ARROWORD CROSSWORD 20 TV LIFE SHOWBITZ QUIZ SAMURAI SUDOKU 5 3 2 2 1 8 5 6 2 9 2 5 4 8 1 2 9 5 3 8 2 1 7 6 5 8 3 1 6 7 5 6 1 9 6 7 6 8 9 4 3 7 4 5 5 9 8 4 1 8 3 1 2 2 3 3 7 4 3 7 2 5 3 4 1 8 9 3 7 9 8 9 8 4 1 5 7 8 4 3 4 6 6 5 2 9 3 8 2 5 4 7 7 3 1 8 5 2 3 6 2 3 7 5 1 7 4 6 4 3 5 1 4 1 7 2 4 9 6 7 2 4 1 9 8 KAKURO PATHFINDER R L G J O S D I R U G U I N U D U R N G Y B C G N I F R A O E S S R Y F C I S N B V E N E H E N N G O W G L L R C I X O B F L O B A A G N D M I N N B T E T B A A B N T O A S K O O L L T O L H B Y E S F S A R I A T A V L C I T N M Y G L L O L ALPHA PUZZLE TWO-WAY TEASER Puzzle Alphapuzzle® tests your logic and word power. Each grid number represents a letter. Each letter of the alphabet is used. Use the given letter or letters – below the main grid – to start. Can you beat the Target Time? Call for an Extra Letter Clue if you get stuck. Solution tomorrow. DIFFICULTY: 10/10; TARGET TIME: 30 minutes CLUE: Boy holds stretcher found on moor N Down: Affair, Icebox, Bane (clue), Esquire, Comply, Entice, Freeze, Breath, Courage, Deck, Cudgel, Lawyer. Alphapuzzle® © 2021 Acorn Editorial Ltd EXTRA CLUE LETTERS: 0907 181 2628 D YESTERDAY’S SOLUTION SUDOKU 3 6 5 1 1 4 7 2 9 6 3 6 2 4 5 2 8 1 6 8 3 6 7 8 3 9 1 5 4 9 3 7 LOSS WORD T O M A T O H C A U T O R R A C N A E B L P O T A T O I I K F P I N R U T R O L C H I C O R Y H N N O P W T O L L A H S S S E R C R E T A W C A B B A G E L A K T E E B C E L E R Y C A I R E L E C E R ANSWERS: The lost words are BEAN, BEET, CABBAGE, CARROT, CELERIAC, CELERY, CHICORY, CORN, KALE, KOHLRABI, ONION, POTATO, SHALLOT, SPINACH, TOMATO, TURNIP, WATERCRESS, all vegetables. The hidden word is CAULIFLOWER. Call 0907 181 2588 for today’s solution. *Calls cost 80p per minute actor WORDWHEEL I L R M N I Y E L WORD LADDER MIRROR IMAGE TV LIFE 21 DS1ST 15 20 1 4 9 9 1 20 12 25 22 11 15 14 4 25 20 21 2 3 11 20 2 8 9 4 2 1 20 6 20 10 26 14 1 2 3 4 5 6 X 7 8 9 T 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 16P 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 YESTERday’s solution Across: Deficit, Night, Value, Mixture, Lengthen, Salt, Plaque, Nephew, Hiss, Honorary, Mazurka, Opera, Dishy, Commend. Down: Develop, Humid, Felon (clue), Assizes, Chestnut, Prey, Tamper, Mosaic, Next, Jeroboam, Goulash, Arete, Theft, Wayward. EACH grid number in Alphapuzzle® stands for a letter. Every letter of the alphabet is used. Use the given letter or letters – below the main grid – to start. Solution tomorrow. Difficulty: 5/10 Target Time: 19 minutes Clue: Prohibit energy, create ruin. Extra letter clues: 0905 817 2648 *Calls cost 80p per minute plus your telephone company’s network access charge. Hear up to six Extra Letters. Deduct two minutes from today’s Target Time for each clue letter heard. Alternatively, for 6 extra clues to your mobile, text DSALPHA to 64343. Texts cost £1 plus your usual network rate. © 2021 Acorn Editorial Ltd Full Solution: 0907 181 2594 *Calls cost 80p per minute plus your telephone company’s network access charge. TWO-WAY TEASER Two sets of clues but the answers are the same... CRYPTIC CLUES Across 1 Discovered unconscious? (5,3) 5 Figure a politician apt to flop (4) 8 Sailors said not to finish a cruise (4) 9 Dismissed, stormed angrily being deeply offended (8) 10 Suggested the mischievous devil was untruthful (7) 12 Stop Charlie with no difficulty (5) 13 A naval hero of singular vision (6) 15 Look – a paper’s torn! (6) 17 Bookish young fellows in attendance? (5) 18 A failure due to rain? (7) 22 The making of a reaction (8) 23 Move around in prison (4) 24 Clever device intended to make sure? (4) 25 Paid attention to the possibility of being enlisted (8) Down 1 It could be an incredible romance! (7) 2 To exercise more can be an exhausting thing to do (3,2) 3 As a gas, a weighty one? (5) 4 Adds up for the drinks (4) 6 Ungrateful person tearing around Tangier? (7) 7 The sky pilot’s home again (5) SUDOKU 3 8 2 6 8 5 9 4 6 1 4 Call 0907 181 2623 for today’s solution *Calls cost 80p per minute plus your telephone company’s network access charge. 11 Possibly solid figures (5) 12 Manages to find new scope (5) 14 Lacking support in one’s overindulgence (7) 16 Went back to bed (7) 17 A leading athlete not expected to win (5) 19 You’d hardly call them avuncular (5) 20 Can be loud in tone, frequently (5) 21 Face being laid up (4) QUICK CLUES Across 1 Discovered (5,3) 5 Go lamely (4) YESTERDAY’S SOLUTION: ACROSS: 7 Porthole, 8 Loaf, 9 Sonnet, 10 Elapse, 11 Semi, 12 Reticent, 14 Stagnate, 18 Erne, 20 Planet, 22 Plaice, 23 Less, 24 Terminal. DOWN: 1 Morose, 2 Standing, 3 Porter, 4 Defect, 5 Plea, 6 Parson, 13 Clematis, 15 Teller, 16 Astute, 17 Empire, 19 Nectar, 21 Nest. 8 6 5 9 6 8 4 9 8 3 6 4 1 4 1 7 6 4 3 2 7 8 Working gang (4) 9 Very angry (8) 10 Meant (7) 12 Stop (5) 13 Horatio, Lord ------ (6) 15 Seem (6) 17 Young attendants (5) 18 Total failure (7) 22 Original design (8) 23 Move (4) 24 Artifice, ploy (4) 25 Paid attention (8) Down 1 Non-factual writing (7) 2 Consume totally (3,2) 3 A gas (5) 4 Kiddies (4) 6 Ungrateful one (7) 7 Chaplain (5) 11 Images (5) 12 Deals with things (5) 14 Blind drunk! (7) 16 Withdrew (7) 17 Speed setter (5) 19 Female relatives (5) 20 Frequently (5) 21 Face (4) ■FILL the grid so that every column, row and 3x3 square includes all the digits from one to 9. ■LEVEL: Moderate: 22 Mins Extra clues: 0901 322 5606 *Calls cost 75p plus your telephone company’s network access charge. Today’s Solution: 0907 181 2616 *Calls cost 80p per minute plus your telephone company’s network access charge. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 22 23 21 24 25 yesterday’s solution 2 9 3 1 4 5 8 7 6 8 6 1 9 7 3 2 4 5 7 4 5 2 6 8 1 3 9 6 1 4 5 3 7 9 8 2 5 7 2 8 9 4 3 6 1 3 8 9 6 1 2 7 5 4 9 3 7 4 2 6 5 1 8 1 5 6 7 8 9 4 2 3 4 2 8 3 5 1 6 9 7 ANSWERS IN TOMORROW’S

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32 DAILY STAR, Saturday, September 11, 2021 JUST JANE JANE O’GORMAN SOLVES YOUR PROBLEMS TODAY ... AND EVERY DAY DS1ST I can’t satisfy my girl I hate the way my girl shouts at me in bed. It seems that nothing I do is ever right. Any time I attempt to excite or pleasure her I get told: “Not like that!” She claims she’s never had an orgasm with me because I’m so clumsy and selfish, but I’ve never had any complaints before. I used to be hopeful that this relationship would go the distance, now I just don’t know where the love or the respect has gone. I’m sick of being humiliated. JANE SAYS: It’s vital you have an honest discussion with your girlfriend right now. Suggest a long walk and explain to her that you don’t know where you are any more. If you’re not pleasing her or fulfilling her needs, then she should tell you what it is she wants and needs. Is she willing to go back to basics? Would a weekend away help to refresh and reboot your relationship? Does she still fancy or even like you? Sadly, unless you both start being truthful about your emotional, physical, and sexual needs then you’re going to end up ripping each other apart and this relationship will die an ugly death. She bedded her boss Last month my girlfriend invited with him in the first place? And her boss to lunch at our house. I why did it last so long? welcomed him with open arms. struggle to trust Of course you now feel insecure, I fed him, listened to his boring stories and poured him my best wine. Two days later I caught him in my bed, with my girl. Now she’s left his firm and we’ve been reconciled. But it’s been hard to hear they were sleeping together for two years. I love her and staying together feels right, but I’m only human. She acknowledges the affair was a mistake and promises never to stray again, but how can I trust her when she lied to me for so long? JANE SAYS: That was a nasty trick your girlfriend pulled. Not only did she bring her lover into your home for a meal, but she followed it up with a bounce on your own bed. Classy. I bet they thought they were being so clever. You and she still have a lot of talking to do. Why did she ever start the affair but you can’t attempt to keep her in a gilded cage. If this relationship is to survive and thrive, then you and she must continue to thrash this out so that you emerge stronger and completely united. The hard work starts here. JANE'S FAB ADVICE LINES *Calls 09057893400 Super sex 09057893401 Brilliant orgasms 09057893402 Is that kinky? 09057893403 Erection problems? I LOVE MY BOYFRIEND’S BEST MATE 1 3 Minutes later… NEED TO TALK What’s happened? He’s angry because he reckons we’re getting too friendly Dan walks in as Matt and Claire are kissing 4 What the bloody hell is going on here! DO you have an emotional or sexual problem? 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34 DAILY STAR, Saturday, September 11, 2021 DS1ST Time travel by VICKY LISSAMAN De Vere Latimer Estate, Buckinghamshire, Britain’s most secret home Set in 30 acres of the Chiltern Hills with sweeping views of the Chess Valley, the stately De Vere Latimer Estate looks every inch the country retreat. But during the Second World War, this grand abode, formerly owned by families of English nobility, took on an entirely different role, becoming the centre of top-secret activities run by MI5 and MI6. Latimer House, as it was then known, became the temporary host of captured German U-boat crews and Luftwaffe pilots between 1942 and 1945. Interrogations were not necessarily fruitful, so a more covert approach was taken. Shrouded in secrecy, even parliament was kept in the dark. The equivalent of £21million was spent setting up operations including the M Room, with special recording equipment. Unaware they were being recorded, German prisoners and generals would talk freely, giving away war secrets, with up to 90 people employed to listen to every word. The conversations of 10,000 Germans were secretly recorded, producing around 100,000 transcripts, which survive today in the National Archives. In 1943, the listeners at Latimer overheard prisoners discussing Hitler’s powerful missiles, the V1 and V2. This led to an order from Churchill (a regular visitor to the house) to bomb the missile development sites. Without this, London could have been destroyed, with Hitler planning to fire 300 a day in the city. Latimer is considered on a par with Bletchley in the role it played helping us win the war. When it was sold in the 80s a clause was added that a wall in the basement with a secret tunnel behind it couldn’t be touched for 50 years. Today, the hotel has undergone a £7million refurbishment to add 21st-century comfort and style to the original character of the property, with its stained glass lattice windows and wood-panelled walls. There’s a gym, an indoor pool and Hunter wellies available in reception to borrow for long country walks around the estate. devere.co.uk/latimer-estate Sister tour firms Cosmos and Globus are offering discounts of up to £150 per person for 2022 bookings to the USA and Canada made by October 31. Destinations include Route 66, the music cities of Memphis and Nashville, the national parks and the historic cities of Eastern Canada. cosmos.co.uk TAKING THE PLUNGE Freddie in the River Monnow This wasn’t something I intended to do – I just slipped into it,” mused Alex Culpin, a one-time musician who supported The Pretenders and Radiohead, and played at Glastonbury before turning to craft cider making. Surrounded by an abundance of lush countryside to rival that of any county it’s hardly surprising that Herefordshire folk frequently seek to turn nature into business. Alex’s stepfather James grew apples for Bulmers and on a whim Alex and wife Laura decided to give up their London jobs and follow the rural dream. Nowadays their Ty Gwyn Cider – pressed and matured for up to 12 months on their farm Pen-Y-Lan in Pontrilas – helps Herefordshire produce more than 50% of all the UK’s cider ( free tastings available, tygwyncider.co.uk). It’s also on the Sip Drink Tour, a trail around the county’s innovative drink producers (eatsleepliveherefordshire.co.uk/ sip-drink-tour-trail). During a short break, we popped into their farm shop for tastings. Their fulsome on-tap Festival Ferret was pure joy. Afterwards we headed up the road to Rowlestone Court Farm, where dairy farmer Mark Williams diversified into making ice cream to supplement dwindling income from his cows. Now the morning’s milk ends up ready to serve that same day in the busy on-site ice cream parlour – from field to freezer within hours (rowlestoneicecream.co.uk). RAVEL The lip-smacking cones – salted caramel and chocolate chip for my 15-year-old daughter Rosie and me, Oreo for Freddie, 12, and apple and cinnamon for husband Tim – rivalled the best. Our holiday cottage Teal Barn lay off the beaten track near a tiny village called St Weonards, nine miles from Ross-on-Wye. Part of a converted barn on a working arable farm, the two-bedroomed home was kitted out in crisp whites and cool greys with country-themed pheasant and tartan MEAT FEAST Beefy Boys furnishings and exposed timber beams. The views were idyllic. On the adjacent lake we watched Canada geese WING IT Rosie at Lemore Estate ‘‘ With pinchyourself views, you couldn’t ask for a better setting The big apple dream Fiona Whitty looks on the bright cider life on a family trip to pretty Herefordshire INN CROWD Fiona tries Matt Slocombe’s craft cider nurturing their yellowfurred goslings. Sykes Holiday Cottages, who we booked through, were great at emailing updates – accommodation may no longer contain books and games, for example – and reminding us to reserve restaurants and activities in advance. Nearby Hereford – full of independently owned shops and a beautiful cathedral – beckoned, a highlight being cool restaurant The Beefy Boys, the result of four friends’ BBQ passion (thebeefyboys.com). After scooping Best Burger at 2014’s UK Grillstock competition, they went on to be crowned runners-up in Las Vegas’s World Food Championships, using their winnings to launch the restaurant. 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DS1ST Edited by NIGEL THOMPSON DAILY STAR, Saturday, September 11, 2021 35 email traveldesk@reachplc.com twitter @TravelEdNigel @marjorieyue @JaneMemmler @LissamanVicky online dailystar.co.uk/travel/ HISTORIC HEREFORD The city’s cathedral and Wye Bridge Disney offer’s no Mickey take AttractionTickets has launched its first Disneyland Paris hotel and admission packages. The firm’s deals cover the seven onsite properties across a range of budgets and all feature Disney character appearances, early access to the parks with Extra Magic Time and free wi-fi. Tailor-made options are also available and package prices start from £146 per person based on two nights in Disney’s Hotel Santa Fe in a Cars standard room for a family of four, with three-day park tickets for selected dates in February. Bookings for January to March made before October 12 are also eligible for a Disney Dining offer with savings of up to 20% off meals. AttractionTickets.com balm and a shampoo bar. 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During lockdown Kevin kept himself busy devising new activities… and came up Viking Games, a series of traditional Nordic contests (thevikinggames.co.uk, £9.99 for a two-hour session). All of us loved molkky, a bowls-type game which involves throwing a small log at 12 numbered wooden skittles and adding up the scores of the ones you knock over. Bullrings involves tossing rope loops over hooks, stige tests your ability to fling weighted ropes around poles, while kubb involves knocking down the opposing team’s blocks with batons. The games were novel, fun and suited all ages. That evening we visited The New Inn in nearby St Owen’s Cross, a former coaching inn from the 16th century that’s famed for its fine locally sourced food (thenewinnherefordshire.co.uk). Our starters of beef carpaccio and asparagus both hailed from the Wye Valley, as did my delicious ribeye steak that followed. All the beef had been aged for at least 30 days and REST EASY Teal Barn GLORIOUS GOODIES The Field Fayre hamper ‘‘ It was amazing to see such incredible birds of prey so close-up tasted divine. Tim’s Welsh lamb – served three ways as slow braised shoulder, roasted loin and faggot – was also top-notch, while the kids’ burgers, made from Hereford Longhorn steak, were wolfed down. Stunning food and setting. Before leaving Herefordshire we visited the Lemore Estate for a falconry experience. Pre-lockdown the estate was a plush wedding venue but, fearing for the future, owners Margaret and Ben Owen decided to reopen as a hotel as well, also adding cool glass outdoor dining pods and upmarket shepherds’ huts (lemore-estate.co.uk). Our birds of prey encounter kicked off its newly curated events programme. Luke Mammatt from Wye Valley Falconry introduced us to some of his birds, including peregrine falcon Beatrice, turkey vulture Reggie and northern white-faced owl Trench. 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14 PAGES OF START WITH boxing FRANK WARREN AXED FIGHTS ARE A MARE NO matter how long Interview by ■ CHRIS Mckenna you’re in this business, a main event having to be pulled the week of down before getting the fight never gets on with it. any easier. Last night, we had Throw in the our first ‘The Covid-19 issues and it Prospects’ show which makes it even more of will have given fans a nightmare. and television viewers Sunny Edwards something at least. (inset) had to pull out This week, I went up of his IBF flyweight to see Tyson Fury in title defence against Morecambe as the Jayson Mama tonight continues to prepare because of an ankle for his clash with injury. Deontay Wilder. We weren’t the only He was in great form card in the country to and talked up a get called off at the potential fight with last minute. Dillian Whyte in There was Covid-19 December. We will see and other issues if that is realistic once costing a few other we get October 9 out promoters. of the way, of course. It is not an easy time Whyte is certainly a for the sport, even fight we could with crowds make and back. But this would get is boxing, this plenty of is what can people happen. And it excited. Would costs us quite a Whyte be up for lot. it really? He’s The cost of talked about not insuring against late getting any world title cancellations at the opportunities but he moment is so high has had offers. because of the Maybe he should pandemic. look to his promoter if Hotels, travel, he isn’t happy about venues and everything them? else that you throw Then, of course, into a big fight week. there is the undisputed Mama was coming heavyweight clash from the Philippines so with Anthony Joshua had to do a 10-day too. But first Fury must quarantine en route. deal with Wilder next That all still needs to month and you can be paid for, too. But never write off a we pick ourselves up puncher like the and dust ourselves American. 5 ➊ ➋ FOR FUN Which Brentford player hit the first goal in the 2021-22 Premier League? Who rode fastest lap and won Race 2 in 2021 Superbike World Championship Round 6 in the Czech Republic? ➌ Which rugby union Test team did New Zealand-born back-rower Blair Cowan represent from 2014-20? ➍ Who won the 2021 Cazoo Classic golf tournament? In which gymnastics ➎ event did Bryony Page win bronze for GB at the 2020 Olympics? ANSWERS: Page 42 angel blesses John day, he latched into tench weighing 10lb 7oz, 10lb 4oz and 9lb 6oz – the biggest fish with RICHARD LEE setting a new personal best. Scott Green has One of the biggest match catches ever recorded has been landed at Angel Of The North fishery. John Foster recorded a staggering 881lb 5oz in just five hours at the County Durham complex, filling 20 keepnets in the process. That put him well ahead of runner-up Alex Burton, who amassed a 606lb haul. ■ Traditional tactics have bagged one of the season’s best barbel for Russell Smith, who landed an 18lb whiskers on a legered bunch of lobworms on the River Thames. Tench fanatic ■ Brian Smith hit the tinca hat-trick with three specimens for over 30lb at a Midlands gravel pit. After a blank first ■OLD NOT GOLD: Holyfield is anything but The Real Deal at 58 EVANDER HOLYFIELD is set to return to the ring in a bout that will be commentated on by Donald Trump. Oh, and David Haye is fighting his mate on the undercard. Allegedly for millions. No, it’s not April 1. It’s just another farcical day in the world of boxing. It was sad to watch a 58-year-old Holyfield slowly shadow boxing this week at a supposed media workout in Florida. But the anger comes when you realise that many people have facilitated the former great fighting again, including the former US president (inset). Anyone who is taking a pay cheque from being involved in the event should be ashamed. While those who pay for this to encourage more such events are not real boxing fans. This is supposed to be a sport. At times, it feels very far from it. There are many problems in boxing, too many to list. But the sight of Holyfield shuffling slowly around the ring this week was despairing. The former world cruiserweight and heavyweight champion will take on a MMA fighter in Vitor Belfort this weekend in Florida. Just over a week ago, The Real Deal wasn’t even involved. It was Oscar De La Hoya against ■ caught one of the best day-ticket carp of the summer after slipping his net under a 50lb common. The 33-year-old from Lancaster caught the whacker – known as ‘One Eye’ – from the Trout Lake on the Approach Fisheries, West Yorks. HOLY FAIL Evander bout a disgrace BOXING CLEVER by CHRIS McKENNA the 44-year-old in California. But even the California State Athletic Commission, who had somehow approved De La Hoya to return at 48, couldn’t stomach this. So what did promoter Triller do? Realise they were out of order for suggesting Holyfield should fight again? Nope, of course not. They took their big top tent across the US and pitched up in Florida where ■RUDDY GREAT: This stunning rudd was caught by Paul Dowling on his first cast hunting for a Fenland specimen they found a greedy commission ready to grant the shambolic event a licence. Exhibitions are one thing. Mike Tyson against Roy Jones Jnr, which took place last year, was sorrowful and Floyd Mayweather against Logan Paul (which was not a Triller event) was a pantomime. This weekend is bordering on criminal. It was 2004, when Holyfield was 42, that the New York State Athletic Commission barred him from fighting in their jurisdiction again because of “poor performance and diminished skills”. This fight is truly idiotic and downright dangerous. 1-2-x guide TODAY (3pm unless stated) Premier League 1 Arsenal v Norwich........................... 2 Brentford v Brighton........................ 3 Chelsea v Aston Villa (5.30pm)........ (Live on Sky Sports Main Event) Crystal Palace v Tottenham (12.30pm).. (Live on BT Sport 1) 5 Leicester v Manchester City............. 6 Manchester Utd v Newcastle............ 7 Southampton v West Ham............... 8 Watford v Wolves............................. Sky Bet Championship 9 Blackburn v Luton........................... 10 Blackpool v Fulham......................... 11 AFC Bournemouth v Barnsley........... 12 Bristol City v Preston....................... 13 Coventry v Middlesbrough................ 15 Reading v QPR................................ 16 Sheff Utd v Peterborough................. 17 Stoke v Huddersfield....................... 18 Swansea v Hull............................... 19 West Brom v Millwall....................... Sky Bet League One 20 Burton v Gillingham......................... 21 Cambridge Utd v Lincoln City........... 22 Charlton v Cheltenham.................... 23 Ipswich v Bolton.............................. 24 MK Dons v Portsmouth.................... 25 Morecambe v AFC Wimbledon.......... 26 Oxford Utd v Wycombe..................... 27 Plymouth v Sheff Wed...................... 28 Rotherham v Fleetwood Tn............... 29 Shrewsbury v Crewe........................ 30 Sunderland v Accrington Stanley...... 31 Wigan v Doncaster.......................... Sky Bet League Two 32 Crawley Tn v Carlisle....................... 33 Forest Green v Northampton............ 34 Hartlepool v Bristol Rovers.............. 35 Leyton Orient v Oldham................... 36 Rochdale v Tranmere....................... 37 Salford City v Bradford City.............. 38 Scunthorpe v Exeter........................ 39 Sutton v Stevenage......................... 40 Swindon v Port Vale........................ 41 Walsall v Mansfield......................... cinch Scottish Premiership 42 Celtic v Ross County....................... 43 Dundee v Livingston........................ 45 Motherwell v Aberdeen.................... St Johnstone v Rangers (12.30pm).. (Live on Sky Sports Football) 46 St Mirren v Dundee Utd................... cinch Scottish Championship 47 Arbroath v Hamilton......................... 48 Ayr v Dunfermline............................ 49 Inverness CT v Partick..................... Kilmarnock v Morton....................... Raith v Queen of South................... cinch Scottish League One Alloa v Falkirk................................. Cove Rangers v Montrose................ Dumbarton v East Fife..................... Peterhead v Clyde........................... Queen’s Park v Airdrieonians............ cinch Scottish League Two Albion v Cowdenbeath..................... Annan Athletic v Stenhousemuir....... Kelty Hearts v Elgin......................... Stirling v Forfar............................... Stranraer v Edinburgh City............... Vanarama National Lge Aldershot v Solihull Moors............... Barnet v Eastleigh........................... Bromley v Boreham Wood................ Dover v Chesterfield........................ FC Halifax v Southend..................... King’s Lynn T v Dag & Red (5.20pm). Stockport County v Yeovil................. Torquay v Grimsby........................... Wealdstone v Altrincham................. Weymouth v Notts County................ Wrexham v Woking.......................... North: Alfreton Tn v AFC Telford, Blyth Spartans v Darlington, Brackley v Southport, Bradford P A v AFC Fylde, Chorley v Chester FC, Gloucester v Curzon Ashton, Guiseley v Kettering, Kidderminster v Gateshead, Leamington v Boston Utd, Spennymoor Tn v Farsley Celtic, York v Hereford FC. South: Braintree Tn v Bath C, Chippenham v Chelmsford, Dartford v Tonbridge Angels, Dorking Wanderers v Billericay, Hampton & Richmond v Ebbsfleet United, Havant and W v Oxford City, Hemel Hempstead v Eastbourne Borough, Maidstone Utd v Concord Rangers, Slough v St Albans. Welsh Premier: Aberystwyth Tn v Cardiff Met Uni, Bala Tn v Haverfordwest County, Barry Tn United v Connah’s Quay Nomads, Flint Tn United v Newtown, Penybont v The New Saints FC. FA Women’s Super League: West Ham v Aston Villa (Live on Sky Sports Main Event). TOMORROW Premier League 4 Leeds v Liverpool (4.30pm)............. (Live on Sky Sports Main Event) Sky Bet Championship 14 Nottingham Forest v Cardiff (2.30pm).. cinch Scottish Premiership 44 Hearts v Hibernian (12noon)............ (Live on Sky Sports Football) Vanarama National League South: Dulwich v Hungerford Tn. FA Women’s Super League: Birmingham v Brighton, Chelsea v Everton (Live on BBC 2), Leicester v Man Utd, Man City v Tottenham (Live on Sky Sports Main Event), Reading v Arsenal Women. DS1ST DAILY STAR, Saturday, September 11, 2021 39

40 DAILY STAR, Saturday, September 11, 2021 DS1ST UP FOUR IT: Thomsen Thomsen planning wild ride ■■ by PETER OAKES ANDERS THOMSEN plans a double top to win a Grand Prix reprieve. The former Glasgow and Peterborough racer heads into his home Danish round tonight knowing his speedway GP future is hanging by a thread. Barring a miracle he will miss out on automatically qualifying again next year. And his only hope is another top-four finish at Vojens that would make him favourite to land a seeded wild card spot in next year’s series. Thomsen, 27, said: “I feel like I started the GP series and I was nervous. “It was all new to me and I was not the best at the start of the series. But I have built it up and it is going better and better. “If I get a wild card for next year, I am sure I will be more prepared and know what I am going into. Then I can get a better result. “It always takes time but I am hungry – really hungry – to get more podiums. “I also feel my team is getting into the rhythm of being GP mechanics. “I do feel we can be at the top.” Thomsen is one of half a dozen riders who look certain to need a wild card to get back into next year’s series with a star-studded list of big names relying on a second chance. Great Britain skipper Tai Woffinden is currently holding onto the sixth and final automatic qualifying spot for 2022. But the queue behind him includes ex-world champion Jason Doyle, top Dane Leon Madsen, GB star Robert Lambert and a string of other big-hitters. UNDER PRESSURE: Westwood BOXING ONE FUR MY CV AJ responds to Tyson’s call for 2022 clashes ■■ by Chris Mckenna ANTHONY JOSHUA has told Tyson Fury he’s ready whenever he wants to finally get their undisputed fight on – and insists he will become another of his victims. The WBA, IBF and WBO heavyweight king responded to Fury claiming he wants back-to-back bouts with him but not until next year. Fury, 33, has outlined a five-fight bucket list before he retires which includes a double with Joshua. The pair were a signature away from facing each other this summer until the Gypsy King was forced into a third fight with Deontay Wilder because of an arbitration ruling. That left Joshua, 31, having to face WBO mandatory Oleksandr Usyk on September 25. But the Watford warrior is ready for the all-British duel whenever his bitter rival is ready. He said: “Finally, finally, another one for the resume! What an honour it would be to fight Tyson, get another great fighter on my record, beat him, and then we would move forward. “We’ll get it on at some stage, we’re professional. I’ve had this for a long time with Fury, always having something in the background. “It’s good to study your opponents and learn about them so, yeah, we know his history. “He pulled out of a couple of fights, it just happens. He’s someone who pulls out of fights. Even with the Wilder situation it happened again (when Fury forced a delay to October because of Covid-19). “Good luck to him and we’ll see him some time. Whenever he’s ready, we’ll be here waiting.” Joshua was fuming when the fight with Fury fell through and let rip at him over it on social media at the time. “I had to cancel all my bids on that mansion,” he joked. “It would have been brilliant for boxing. It’s the fight everyone wants ■■ by neil mcleman 11th Europe appearance at Whistling Straits after two runner-up finishes on the PGA Tour in March. But he entered the final qualifying event in the eighth of nine automatic places – and vulnerable to getting overtaken with double points on offer at Wentworth. Austrian Wiesberger yesterday climbed into the provisional team with a 67 deep down. Belt, no belt, belts better, it would have been a brilliant fight to have at the time, but it didn’t matter.” Joshua will now face former undisputed king and fellow London 2012 Olympic gold medallist Usyk. The clash will take place at a sold-out Tottenham Hotspur Stadium with more than 60,000 fans roaring the Brit on. It is arguably one of the toughest challenges he could face outside of Fury, despite Usyk being written off because he has come up from cruiserweight. Joshua said: “Fury didn’t happen, but look where we are now, Joshua versus Usyk. It’s probably bigger or just as big as that fight. “There’s a lot of talk about size, a good big guy beats a good little guy. If that’s the case why am I getting up in the morning to train? “Why am I sitting in ice baths? Because I’m fighting a good guy.” Double trouble for Westwood’s place LEE WESTWOOD slammed the Ryder Cup qualifying rules as his place came under big pressure from Bernd Wiesberger and Shane Lowry. And captain Padraig Harrington will have a wildcard dilemma over Ian Poulter tomorrow after the Postman failed to deliver and missed the cut at the BMW PGA. Fellow veteran Westwood had seemed destined for an ■BEST OF BRITISH: Anthony Joshua has responded to new claims from Tyson Fury (below) after nailing five birdies on the back nine. He needs to finish in the top 50 to make his Ryder Cup debut. Lowry has slipped out of the automatic places despite his 66 but he could knock out Westwood with a top-eight finish. And the Worksop Wonder reckons the points system is too unpredictable only a fortnight before the Ryder Cup starts in Wisconsin. Westwood, who shot a second 70, said: “This tournament is heavily loaded compared to everything else we’ve done. “I think some of the guys turning up here don’t need this week right now, knowing what the Ryder Cup is like. “It is going to be draining for a few and you want to be going into the Ryder Cup fresh.” Poulter needed an eagle at the par-five 18th to make the cut in the rain. But his face looked like thunder as his second splashed into water before he chipped in for birdie to miss by one. Fellow wildcard candidate Justin Rose could still seal an automatic place by winning the title after his 68 left him three shots off the halfway lead in tied fourth. Thailand’s Kiradech Aphibarnrat is still out in front on 12-under par after his 68.

DS1ST DAILY STAR, Saturday, September 11, 2021 41 giant FOOTIE Xword win £25 your answers, name and address to: Giant Soccerword, ■Send 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 Mr D R Yates of Bolton. across 1. 1993-99 York City boss (4,6) 5. Mark ......, 1986-92 Crystal Palace and 1992-97 Sheffield Wednesday forward; 1990 and 1993 FA Cup 10 Final runner-up (6) 9. Doug ........., 1970-75 Norwich midfielder; 1973 League Cup Final runner-up (9) 10. See 26 Across. 11. Rochdale defender signed on a free transfer from Sheffield United in July (3,6) 13. Marco ....., Costa Rica and Central Coast Mariners striker (5) 14. 2018 FIFA World Cup AFC nation coached by Bert van Marwijk (9) 18. See 30 Down. 19 and 38 Down. Leicester and former England youth midfielder (5,9) 21. Arnaud ....., Cameroon, Al-Raed and 2015-19 Hearts midfielder (5) 22. Owen ......., former Plymouth, Yeovil and Hereford striker; 2008-12 Barnstaple Town boss (7) 25 and 45 Down. 1979-83 QPR defender; 1982 FA Cup Final runner-up (3,6) 26 and 10 Across. 2021 MLS club whose head coach is Phil Neville (5,5) 27 and 43 Across. Bermuda 35 and former Carlisle, Mansfield and Cambridge midfielder (6,5) 29. Paul ......, 1962-78 Leeds defender; 1968 England debutant (6) 39 33. John ....., 2000-04 Valencia forward; 2001 Champions League Final runner-up (5) 34. Andy ..., former Columbus Crew and Toronto FC defender who spent time on loan at Barnet from Stevenage in 2012-13 (3) 35. Tom ......., former Cardiff, Ipswich, Norwich and Birmingham midfielder (7) 36. Marcos ....., Argentina, Sevilla and former Sporting winger (5) 50 37. John ....., 1978-83 and 1990-96 Leeds and 1983-90 and 1996-2001 Arsenal goalkeeper (5) 39. See 8 Down. 40. Mali, Denizlispor and former Leeds winger (4,5) 43. See 27 Across. 46. Aaron .... ....., Barnsley striker signed from Toulouse in August (4,5) 49 and 48 Down. 2005-2013, 2014-2019 and present Coventry home renamed in 2021 (5,5) 50. Carlisle and Scotland youth defender (4,5) 51. See 6 Down. 52. Jamaica, Aston Villa and former Bayer Leverkusen winger (4,6) down 1. West Brom and former Sheffield Wednesday and Middlesbrough winger (4,5) 2. Joe ....., Aberdeen and 2008-12 Peterborough goalkeeper (5) 3. Gerhard ......., 2011-17 Swansea goalkeeper; 2013 League Cup Final winner (7) 4. ...... Stadium, Man City home (6) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 14 15 16 17 19 20 21 25 26 27 28 29 30 43 44 45 51 52 5. NAC ....., 2021-22 Eerste Divisie club; 1973 KNVB Cup Final winners (5) 6 and 51 Across. Former Coventry and Aston Villa defender; 1987 FA Cup Finalwinning boss (6,6) 7. Mansfield Town nickname (3,5) 8 and 39 Across. Republic of Ireland and Stoke winger (5,7) 12. Bobby ......., 1965-69 Scotland and 1959-73 Celtic midfielder; 1967 European Cup Final winner (7) last week’s answers Across: 1. Cesc Fabregas; 8. Pogba; 9. Bearzot; 10. Van Blerk; 11. Jago; 13. Tommy Baldwin; 16. Hector; 17. See 20 Across; 19. Vicenza; 20 and 17 Across Diego Lugano; 22. Nyom; 24. Golobart; 26. Pates; 27. Rice; 29 and 25 Down Jonas Thern; 32 and 36 Across Alan Banks; 33. Sorensen; 34. DeMerit; 36. See 32 Across; 38 and 5 Down Elland Road; 39. Grabbi; 42. Jay-Jay Okocha; 44. Atkinson; 46. Imps; 48. Yorke; 49. Boukari; 50. Lars Jacobsen. Down: 2. Elgin; 3. Crawley Town; 4. Alberman; 5. See 38 Across; 6. Gazzaniga; 7. Sutton; 12. Edmundson; 14. Mick Coop; 15. Togo; 18. Baros; 19. Vonk; 21. Evanilson; 23. Mason; 24. Gekas; 25. See 29 Across; 28. Ward; 29. Jan Molby; 30 and 45 Down South Korea; 31. Pemberton; 35. Ron Saunders; 37. Saib; 40. Bohemians; 41. Colombia; 43. Essien; 45. See 30 Down; 47. Suso. 31 18 13 22 23 24 32 33 34 36 37 38 40 41 42 46 47 48 15. 2011-12 Championship winners (7) 16. Alan .’....., 1952-64 Liverpool outside left; 1957 England debutant against Northern Ireland (6) 17. 2015-17 Bury striker between spells at Port Vale (3,4) 20. Oli ........, Scotland, Sheffield United and former Swansea and Bradford City striker (8) 23. 2000-10 Northern Ireland forward signed by Yeovil from Northampton in 2008 (4,4) 49 24 and 41 Down. 2020-21 3. Liga champions; 1988-89 UEFA Cup semi-finalists (6,7) 25. Marcelo ......, Leeds boss (6) 28. Mark ......., 1998-2002 Italy and 1996-2005 Juventus defender (7) 30 and 18 Across. 2021 Argentine Primera Division club founded in 1903 (7,3,4) 31. Bob ......, Queen’s Park and former Greenock Morton striker (6) 32. Las Palmas and former West Brom boss (4,3) 38. See 19 Across. 39. 1980-92 Hereford defender signed by Wrexham (3,5) 41. See 24 Down. 42. 2012-14 Swansea defender (5) 44. Joe ......, 1974 England caretaker manager (6) 45. See 25 Across. 47. Mick ....., 1973-75 Southampton and 1975-79 Aldershot defender (5) 48. See 49 Across. HALF-TIME tEASERS new boy For which Premier League club has this man signed, having previously been at this side? 1. Josh Sargent, Werder Bremen 2. Adam Armstrong, Blackburn Rovers 3. Raphael Varane, Real Madrid 4. Jannik Vestergaard, Southampton 5. Yoane Wissa, Lorient premier Who scored the first goal for this club in their 2021-22 Premier League campaign? 1. Leeds United 2. Leicester City 3. Chelsea 4. Burnley 5. Watford efl cup Which Championship club did this 2021-22 EFL Cup first round giant-killer defeat? 1. Northampton Town 2. Morecambe 3. Forest Green Rovers (on penalties) 4. Plymouth Argyle 5. Stevenage (on penalties) brace Who scored twice for this club in this European top flight fixture last month? 1. Ajax vs. NEC Nijmegen 2. Nice at Lille 3. Real Madrid at Alavés 4. Borussia Dortmund vs. Eintracht Frankfurt 5. VfB Stuttgart vs. Greuther Furth scottish Who did this club knock out of the 2021-22 Scottish League Cup at the second round stage? 1. Rangers 2. Dundee 3. Celtic 4. Hibernian 5. Raith Rovers answers SERIE B 1. Parma 2. Perugia 3. Brescia 4. SPAL 5. Reggina EUROPE 1. Angers 2. Red Bull Salzburg 3. Union SG 4. Hibernian 5. CFR Cluj TOTTENHAM 1. Glenn Hoddle 2. Clive Allen 3. Jimmy Robertson 4. Jimmy Greaves 5. Glenn Hoddle 3. 1899 Hoffenheim 4. MK Dons 5. Falkirk ■DUTCH MASTER: Rene van de Kerkhof in action for Holland – but for which club did he play the most games? SEE ORANJE BLOOM For which European club did this Holland 1974 FIFA World Cup runner-up make most league appearances? 1. Wim Jansen 2. Johan Neeskens 3. Wim Suurbier 4. Rene van de Kerkhof 5. Jan Jongbloed Where was this man on loan for this period from this club? 1. Harry Kane, 2011 (Tottenham Hotspur) 2. Jordan Pickford, 2014-15 (Sunderland) 3. Reiss Nelson, 2018-19 (Arsenal) 4. Patrick Bamford, 2012-13 (Chelsea) 5. Tim Krul, 2007-08 (Newcastle United) Who hit the opener in this FA Cup final between Tottenham Hotspur and this club? 1. 1982, Queens Park Rangers 2. 1987, Coventry City 3. 1967, Chelsea 4. 1962, Burnley 5. 1982, Queens Park Rangers (replay) Which current Serie B club began 2021-22 with this coach? 1. Enzo Maresca 2. Massimiliano Alvini 3. Filippo Inzaghi 4. Pep Clotet 5. Alfredo Aglietti LOANEE GUY 1. Leyton Orient 2. Bradford City ORANJE BLOOM 1. Feyenoord 2. Barcelona 3. Ajax 4. PSV 5. AFC DWS SCOTTISH 1. Dunfermline Athletic 2. Motherwell 3. Heart of Midlothian 4. Kilmarnock 5. Aberdeen 2. Kasper Dolberg 3. Karim Benzema 4. Erling Braut Haaland 5. Marc-Oliver Kempf oranje bloom loanee guy tottenham europe Who led this top flight after this number of games in 2021-22? 1. Ligue 1, France (2) 2. Austrian Bundesliga (4) 3. Jupiler Pro League, Belgium (4) 4. Scottish Premiership (2) 5. Liga I, Romania (5) serie b BRACE 1. Dušan Tadic EFL CUP 1. Coventry City 2. Blackburn Rovers 3. Bristol City 4. Peterborough United 5. Luton Town PREMIER 1. Luke Ayling 2. Jamie Vardy 3. Marcos Alonso 4. James Tarkowski 5. Emmanuel Dennis NEW BOY 1. Norwich City 2. Southampton 3. Manchester United 4. Leicester City 5. Brentford

42 DAILY STAR, Saturday, September 11, 2021 DS1ST Text Maniacs TEXT DSSPORT followed by a space, then your name and comment, and send to 84555. Texts cost 25p plus your standard network rate. 18+ only SP: Spoke, 0333 202 3390 Watching the big ■ match revisited the other day. Showed West Ham v QPR. 5th round. 1975. Upton Park. full house. Gates locked. 2.30pm. You won’t get that today. That was when winning the fa cup meant something. Mal the Claret So good to see the ■ greedy TV companies cannot put Ronaldo’s return on. All that money they hav spent and the world’s best player is here and the only way to listen to the United-Newcastle game is on the wireless. Like the good, old days. Anon Just coz we pick ■ strawberrys together doesnt mean we arent experts on footy. We are anfield geniuses. U lot are plebs. carpark jeff & uncle snack lfc: BEEN WAITING ALL ■ WEEK FOR THE DEENEY’S DEBUT. SHAKIN’ TOOLMAKER What a shame that the ■ fifth Test was cancelled out. If it’s true that due to Covid - and the IPL has taken on more importance than finishing the Test series - then what does that do for the future of the sport. All about the money, clearly then. Phil While my fellow ■ kopites are joking around strawberry picking together, im watching the decline of LFC & an uninterested Klopp. I’m gutted. Annie Field I’m sure I wasn’t the ■ only one who held my breath when Virgil Van Dijk went down injured for Holland. You are still so anxious watching him play, praying he doesn’t get injured. Liverpool cannot afford to lose him long-term again. Such a vital player Chrissy answers YESTERDAY’S SPORTWORD Across: 1 Foden; 4 Bubka; 7 Aki; 8 Armin; 9 Ganea; 10 Hary; 11 Pahars; 14 Frijns; 15 Iley; 18 Andre; 20 Runup; 21 Kia; 22 Kenna; 23 Yeats. Down: 1 Flach; 2 Demarai; 3 Nani; 4 Biggar; 5 Ben; 6 Adams; 12 Atlanta; 13 Onyeka; 14 Frank; 16 Yepes; 17 Gray; 19 Dan. FIVE FOR FUN 1 Sergi Canos, 2 Scott Redding, 3 Scotland, 4 Calum Hill, 5 Trampoline. Lund old banger! ■■ by NEIL RANDON JOHN LUND will be on the World Championship Final start line tonight in Bradford – 45 years after his stock car debut. The 67-year-old dairy farmer from Clitheroe has won the event a record eight times and became the oldest driver to make the grid for a BriSCA F1 World Final when he finished second in the semi-final consolation race at Sheffield. Lund said: “There was a pile-up at the start but I managed to get through it somehow without any damage. Frank Wainman Jnr then passed me and I just followed him to the end of the race. It went incredibly smoothly.” Tom Harris starts on pole as hot favourite but he will need to keep an eye out for his sister Catherine in her first world final. tennis: us open Emma Raducanu Nine-match march to the final Qualifying Round one beat Bibiane Schoofs 6-1 6-2 Raducanu came into qualifying with expectations high and she eased past the Dutchwoman in her first match. Round two beat Mariam Bolkvadze 6-3 7-5 The hardest match Raducanu has had so far came against the 167th-ranked Georgian. In hot and humid conditions, the British player trailed by a break in the second set but recovered impressively. Round three beat Mayar Sherif 6-1 6-4 An emphatic result against the Egyptian, the fourth seed in qualifying. Booked her spot in the main draw with an ace. Main draw Round one beat Stefanie Vogele 6-2 6-3 Her intended opponent, last year’s semifinalist Jennifer Brady, pulled out injured and Raducanu made short work of a lucky loser. Round two beat Zhang Shuai 6-2 6-4 Raducanu had lost heavily to Zhang a few weeks earlier but showed the pace of her improvement with another confident win. Round three beat Sara Sorribes Tormo 6-0 6-1 An extraordinary performance from Raducanu against an in-form player ranked 41. The teenager won the first 11 games. Round four beat Shelby Rogers 6-2 6-1 Rogers (above) had defeated top seed Ashleigh Barty in round three and made far too many errors but Raducanu handled her debut at Arthur Ashe Stadium well. Quarter-finals beat Belinda Bencic 6-3 6-4 World No.12 Bencic had won 13 of her 14 previous matches and after breaking Raducanu’s serve in the opening game went 2-0 up, but the Brit soon found her range. Semi-finals beat Maria Sakkari 6-1 6-4 Greek 17th seed Sakkari is a fierce competitor and an experienced campaigner, but Raducanu raced away with the first set and nervelessly finished her off. Wade’s bold tip From Back Page Junior Wimbledon only three years ago. Three-time Grand Slam winner Wade, whose Wimbledon win in 1977 remains the last time a British woman took a major singles’ title, said: “I can’t tell you how exciting it is. “We’ve been waiting such a long time for a British player on the women’s side to really come through. “I’m sure she is the real thing, you don’t get someone head ■■ by ZOE BURN the day seventh. But Crutchlow (right) said: “It was nice to be up there but for me it’s not about the position it’s about gathering information. “We know Fabio can do amazing laps and tomorrow he’ll be fast. I’m just doing my job. Yes, we had a good day today but I know tomorrow I could be 15th, that’s the reality.” Australia’s Jack Miller ■ALL SMILES: Emma Raducanu could not hide her delight after winning Thursday’s semi-final Cal talks down hopes CAL Crutchlow has played down his hopes of a MotoGP podium this weekend despite ending day one at Aragon third quickest. The Brit – back on board the Monster Energy Yamaha as a stand-in – bagged the third quickest lap at the Spanish track yesterday. His team-mate and championship leader Fabio Quartararo ended and shoulders above that often and I think she’s one of those. “She’s got an incredible future.” Raducanu beat Maria Sakkari to reach the final and can’t wait to get back out under the Arthur Ashe Stadium lights tonight. Asked to describe the last three weeks, she said: “I just can’t believe it. A shock. Crazy. All of the above. “To be in a Grand Slam final at this stage of my career, yeah... I have no words.” ended yesterday fastest, the Ducati Lenovo rider clocking a hot lap of 1min 47.613secs in the second session as Aleix Espargaro was second. Repsol Honda’s Marc Marquez had led the opening session but his hopes of topping the day were dashed when he crashed just eight minutes in while trying to pass his brother Alex and destroyed his bike. bride and vroom Tommy Bridewell topped the timesheets in the opening day of Bennetts British Superbike Championship action at Silverstone. Ahead of three races to decide the 10 Showdown contenders for this season’s title fight this weekend, Oxford Ducati’s ■■ by ZOE BURN Bridewell (inset) – who has already secured his spot – clocked his best lap of 53.600secs in the morning session. Rich Energy OMG BMW’s Kyle Ryde was second after a blistering lap in the final moments of second practice with Buildbase Suzuki’s Gino Rea third.

DS1ST DAILY STAR, Saturday, September 11, 2021 43 ace emma’s totally By now, Bibiane Schoofs should be feeling a little better about herself. The 33-year-old Dutchwoman stepped onto court No.11 in the first round of US Open qualifying on August 25. She was promptly blasted back off it 6-1 6-2 by a British teenage bombshell who has gone on to rewrite tennis history. Schoofs was the first, but not the last, to feel the wrath of Emma Raducanu. Nine opponents have fallen as the young Brit has become the first player, female or male, to make any Grand Slam final from the qualifiers. Her latest victim, Greek star Maria Sakkari walked on to Arthur Ashe yesterday thinking this was her moment, at 26, to claim a place in a major final. Another teenager, Canada’s 19-year-old Leylah Fernandez, was waiting for the new World No.13 in the showpiece. All she had to do was get rid of the 18-year-old on the other side of the net. But Sakkari followed the path of all the others and it led to the exit doors at Flushing Meadows. Raducanu hardly put a foot wrong as she cruised to a 6-1 6-4 triumph in less than 90 minutes. The Brit has yet to drop a set since arriving here three weeks ago. She’s seen her world ranking shoot from 338 two months ago to somewhere around 30, and she’s done it with a heady mix of brilliant shot-making, incredible athleticism and an ability to handle pressure. And with a smile and an ability to connect with the fans that has already cemented her as a favourite on both sides of the Pond. “I think honestly being young, there is an element of you do play completely free,” said Raducanu. “Right now I’m just thinking of the game ■ plan and how to FINAL HURDLE: Fernandez stands in Raducanu’s way ■■ by david mccarthy execute. That’s what’s landed me in this situation. It hasn’t been focusing on who’s expected to win this match or that one.” Her opponent in tonight’s final, Fernandez, can say the same thing. The similarities in their backgrounds are one of the sub-plots to a remarkable story. Both were born in Canada – Raducanu’s family moved to London when she was two – both have Asian mothers and both have grown up on each other’s radars as they’ve come hurtling through the ranks. It was only three years ago that they met in the second round of Junior Wimbledon. The Brit won in straight sets on a quiet outside court. Tonight, they’ll be reunited in front of 24,000 raucous New Yorkers in the world’s biggest stadium. The speed of the journey is not lost on Raducanu. “Obviously since then we’ve both come very far in our games and as people since we last encountered each other,” she said. “Here in the US Open, my tennis level has surprised me in the way that I’ve managed to step up against some of the best players in the world. “I think inside I knew I had some sort of level that was similar to these girls, but I didn’t know if I was able to maintain it over a set or over two sets. “I honestly can’t believe it. “I always had dreams of playing in Grand Slams, but to come at this point in my career – I’ve only really been on tour for a month, two months since Wimbledon. “It’s really all pretty crazy to me.” rad Teen star is rewriting history books ■ EPIC JOURNEY: Raducanu after winning her first-round match SHORTS Apology to Rafiq ■ cricket AZEEM Rafiq has been offered a full apology from Yorkshire and the ECB after seven of the 43 allegations he made against the club were upheld by an independent panel. The club admits Rafiq was the victim of racial harassment. Chairman Roger Hutton offered him “profound and unreserved apologies”. ECB chief executive Tom Harrison said: “There is no place for racism in our sport.” Hayter’s cut back ■ CYCLING Tour of Britain leader Ethan Hayter saw his lead chopped to within four seconds after Wout van Aert pipped the Briton to win stage six. The 198km stage from Carlisle to Gateshead ended in a three-way sprint between the overall favourites. Belgian’s Van Aert edged Hayter with world champion Julian Alaphilippe in third. Hayter, 22, said: “I was on the limit and second is not too bad.” Final joy for Joe ■ tennis JOE SALISBURY won the Battle of the Brits to grab his second men’s doubles Grand Slam title with American partner Rajeev Ram at the US Open. The Englishman got the better of Davis Cup team-mate Jamie Murray and Brazil’s Bruno Soares, winning 3-6 6-2 6-2. Salisbury and Ram, who saved four match points in the quarterfinals, also won last year’s Australian Open. Hamilton denied by some-fin special Valtteri Bottas ■■ by PHILIP DUNCAN placed driver securing a Bottas (left) – who is set There have been a lot of secured pole position for Max Verstappen finished single point. to start the race from the points lost on both sides today’s sprint race in third in his Red Bull, four The result also back of the grid after this season, and these Italy after beating Lewis tenths back, with Lando determines the grid for taking on a fourth engine sprint races will help so Hamilton by just 0.096 Norris fourth for tomorrow’s Italian Grand of the year, one more we need to capitalise.” seconds. McLaren. Prix. The format is due to than is permitted in the Bottas, who has been After topping practice, Formula One will stage be trialled again in Brazil rules – delivered with his dropped by Mercedes for Q1, Q2 and setting the its second sprint race in November, with F1 last attempt. next season, said: “That fastest lap in the first today, with qualifying chiefs keen to stage as “Valtteri did a mega qualifying lap was nice. I running of Q3 in Monza, brought forward to last many as eight sprint lap,” said Hamilton. managed to save it until Hamilton appeared on night. races in 2022. “It was looking good the end so it was good course to take pole, only The winner of today’s The fastest track on for me up until then but fun and I enjoyed it. for Bottas to steal the 18-lap dash takes three the calendar suits the he went quicker. “I am relaxed now, glory with his final lap. points, with the runnerup two and the third- engine and Finland’s been lost by one point. sorted for the grunt of the Mercedes “Championships have everything has been Hamilton’s title rival future.”

44 DAILY STAR, Saturday, September 11, 2021 DS1ST cricket Covid call-off costs £40m From Back Page describing the Covid fears expressed by an Indian playing group that returned negative results on Thursday. A team masseur became the fourth member of their support staff to test positive in the past week and the BCCI said they would not be in a position to fulfil the fixture at around 8.50am. India have offered to reschedule to save most of the £30m broadcast money. Another £10m will only be covered by insurance if the game is forfeited. The Indian camp are believed to have attended a book launch with 150 non-masked and non-tested guests. ECB chief executive Tom Harrison (inset) said: “There is quite a lot of trust in the way that people operate those environments. “Sensible standards of behaviour and of course common sense plays a role.” fans left to pay up Compare Prices on Travel Insurance! At PayingTooMuch, we’ve done all the hard work for you. So it’s easy to compare a wide range of travel insurance quotes. Our experts are just a phone call away to help you with every step – and we partner with some of the UK’s most reliable travel insurance providers, to bring you a choice of great quality cover at the lowest prices! ✔ COVID-19 medical and cancellation ✔ Cover for all European Amber destinations ✔ Unlimited emergency medical cover ✔ Zero Excess on selected policies ✔ Up to £15,000 cancellation cover Call FREE 0800 804 8319 Click PayingTooMuch.com/TheStar Rated Excellent Over 35,000 reviews Renew your car and home insurance with us and get up to £50*OFF your premium. Car Insurance: 0124 321 4785 Home Insurance: 0124 321 4786 Policies vary in benefits, cover limits, excess and price depending on provider chosen. *£50 off applies for premiums above £200, below £200 it’s £20 off. Offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. Only one discount to be applied per policy. Offer ends: 31/12/2021 Test crowd were ‘robbed’ THE England and Wales Cricket Board is licking its wounds after a cancelled Test match but they will be alright. Their players are gutted they couldn’t finish the series, something they will surely think about as some of them join their Indian counterparts on flights to the UAE this week instead. They will all move on quickly. The next game is always round the corner – maybe that is why they are dispensable. But if your one day of Test cricket was due to be at Old Trafford this week after waiting two years for it to arrive, knowing that it will be two years until the next one, this cancellation will not be so easy to get over. In the end trying to stage a full set of 19 men’s international fixtures across 47 days, in 10 venues against four different teams – during a global pandemic – was just too much to ask. There were warning signs earlier in the summer when England’s entire ODI squad had to be replaced at the drop of a hat as Covid ran through the dressing room. Ben Stokes and others saved the day then, but this time at Old ■■ by DEAN WILSON Trafford, with the Test series on the line, the Indian players decided they didn’t want to play. But England can have absolutely no complaints about their decision. There is no moral high ground here. They reluctantly accepted their players’ demands in South Africa last year and called off a threematch ODI series when they were spooked by a barman in their hotel contracting the virus. The major difference this time though is that in South Africa it was behind closed doors and it didn’t inconvenience too many people – unlike here. Looking out yesterday over an empty Old Trafford that should have been alive with 22,000 cricket mad fans, the only sympathy one could muster was for them. Fans from all over the country had spent their hard-earned money, not only to pay for the tickets but everything else to go with it. The travel, the replica shirts and the accommodation – which was at an unbelievable premium in Manchester this weekend with the return of Cristiano Ronaldo and New Order playing. These are the people who are the lifeblood of the game. And they have been robbed.

rugby league DS1ST ■PACK LEADER: Chris Hill is desperate to end a decade at Warrington in style DAILY STAR, Saturday, September 11, 2021 45 Lam’s Black & White plan ADRIAN Lam is shocked that Hull FC have fallen outside the top six – but insists his Wigan side will not underestimate them. The Black and Whites need a mathematical miracle to make the play-offs. Coach Lam (right) said: “I’m surprised – they’ve got a really hull kr v castleford 7.45pm MOSE Masoe will bid farewell to Hull KR supporters ahead of their crunch clash with the Tigers. Both sides are looking to secure a top-six spot and Rovers prop Masoe (inset) – who suffered a serious spinal injury in an on-field accident HULL FC v wigan 3pm ■■ by gareth walker strong squad there and some great individual players, some of the best in the competition. “I’m sure they’ve got last year – will deliver the match ball before returning to Australia with his family. Masoe said: “Hull KR will always hold a special place in our hearts as the club has done everything possible for us. “It will be a moment which I am sure will stand alongside the very best I take from my career.” reasons why they are where they are, but I’ve got to make sure I put all my energy into my team. “It’s going to be a real tough ask for us but exactly what we need leading into these big games.” catalans v huddersfield 6pm CATALANS will lift the League Leaders’ Shield in front of a sell-out home crowd – and rest a host of stars ahead of the play-offs. Samisoni Langi, Fouad Yaha, Julian Bousquet, Mike McMeeken, Sam Kasiano and Joel and Sam Tomkins will all sit it out and coach Steve McNamara could hand debuts to youngsters Florian Vailhen, Tiaki Chan and Robin Brochon. They sealed top spot with their thrilling win over St Helens but McNamara said: “We need to be better.” Hill’s eyeing Grand finale £5,000 GUARANTEED PRIZE POOL THIS SATURDAY, 3PM* WOLVES ACE WANTS BIG FINISH CHRIS Hill today begins what he hopes will be a glorious end to his decade-long Warrington career. The vastly experienced England front-rower has confirmed his expected move to Huddersfield on a two-year deal from next season. But he wants to bow out at the Wolves by ending their 66-year title drought and leading them to Grand Final glory. Hill, 33, said: “That’s been my aim for the last 10 years. “It’s meant everything to represent this club – not just for me but for my family. It’s my second home now and always will be. “The fans will be greatly missed and they’ve treated me well over the last 10 years. “Hopefully they give me a good reception whenever I come back. warrington v salford 3pm ■■ by GARETH WALKER There’s many good memories. Walking out with my lad at Wembley and Old Trafford, winning Challenge Cups, getting my international career going by playing here. “All good things come to an end and I’m looking forward to the next challenge with Huddersfield. “We’ll take it game by game starting with Salford, but obviously the ultimate goal is the Grand Final and it would be the perfect way to bow out.” Hill has lifted the Challenge Cup twice and League Leaders’ Shield once at Warrington, but the Super League title has continued to elude the club. At Huddersfield he will line up under his former team-mate Ian Watson and has been earmarked as a key leader in the Giants’ bid to consistently make the top four. Hill added: “I’ve got a lot left to give and it’s great to have the opportunity to play for Huddersfield Giants. “I get on well with Ian Watson (inset) and I used to play with him at Leigh. “Me and Ian worked on the Great Britain tour together, I know his style of play and I know what he’s like. “There’s lots of youth at Huddersfield and, being captain at Warrington, I’ve been used to taking a leadership role.” 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 Pool before deductions on 11/09/21. Enjoy the game but play responsibly.

46 DAILY STAR, Saturday, September 11, 2021 seriously football BREND OF HIS TETHER Brendan Rodgers has warned Caglar Soyuncu his nightmare start to the season could end up costing him his Leicester spot. The Turkish international’s Foxes shirt is on the line if he can’t put a stop to his personal horror show. Leicester entertain Manchester City today with boss Rodgers admitting while he’s supportive, his patience does have limits. The defender endured a torrid summer at the Euros as Turkey, tipped by many as the competition’s dark horses, crashed out pointless after three straight defeats to Italy, Switzerland and Wales. Soyuncu was then at fault for goals against West Ham and Norwich. And the torment continued as the centreback, 25, conceded a penalty and was sent off in his country’s biggest defeat for 31 years in the 6-1 thrashing by Holland. Rodgers is trying to keep the faith but it’s not hard to see why there are question marks over Soyuncu’s place. He said: “At times you have to get back to keeping the game premier league simple and your form can start to come back. “I think it’s so important for a manager to be able to support the player. But also ■■ by dave armitage we’re at a level where you can’t consistently make mistakes or else you don’t play so much – that’s also the reality of it.” Soyuncu has been linked with big-money moves and that – plus the Euro debacle – may be distractions he needs to put to one side according to the Foxes boss. “Turkey is a very passionate nation with a lot of very good footballers and they probably didn’t do as well as they wanted to and he’s one of their top players,” he added. “There’s been a lot of speculation around Cags for the past year or so. He’s got all the tools to be a really top-class centre-half. He’s shown that many times here.” Rodgers knows his under-pressure star couldn’t face a stiffer test with new signing Jannik Vestergaard pushing to start, adding: “City are an incredible team. It’s always a huge challenge. This will be no different.” DS1ST Foxes boss can’t keep on forgiving Soyuncu From Back Page travel, they cannot play. And if they stay here, they’re banned. “So what do you do? If they go, it’s 10 days’ isolation in a hotel. If they don’t go, it’s five days they can’t play. It’s crazy. “We’ve always allowed Eddie and Gabriel to go. If Argentina’s players cannot play there, then the Brazil players cannot either. “You have to stay in a hotel ■HAVING A TURKEY: Rodgers has been left frustrated with the performances of Soyuncu (inset) Pep is so puzzled airport for 10 days. Stay there, closed in the room. It’s for the NHS and I agree with that. “But when they don’t travel, it makes no sense, they then have a five-day ban from here. “We’ll wait and see what the Premier League and FIFA say, today, 3pm REF: PAUL TIERNEY v and then we’ll decide. We hope FIFA will make a statement and hopefully they’ll allow them to play.” Kevin De Bruyne could return for City today, although Phil Foden will not be ready to face Leicester. ■HOL: Rodriguez in Ibiza last week Rafa issues Rod warning everton v burnley MONday, 8pm, SKY SportS, Ref: ANDRE MARRINER ■■ by dave maddock RAFA Benitez has told James Rodriguez his attitude and commitment must improve if he chooses to stay at Everton. It’s understood the Colombia star turned down the chance to move to Portugal and Turkey in the transfer window despite pressure from Everton to get him off the wage bill. 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DS1ST DAILY STAR, Saturday, September 11, 2021 47 PAUL MERSON CLUB v COUNTRY ROW IS JUST BRAZIL NUTS BRAZIL might have to start playing their games in Europe if they want to avoid any more club versus country rows. Because what happened when their game with Argentina was abandoned this week was a farce – and if they don’t do something, it could affect the title race here too. Premier League clubs should not face consequences for stopping their players from travelling during a pandemic, in my opinion. And after what happened in Brazil they can turn round and say: ‘Why should we release players at all if you’re just going to call games off?’ Sending the doctors on the pitch with their masks on to drag players off and stop the game against Argentina was a joke. It was all done for effect. But it’s scaremongering – and that’s dangerous. It’s actually playing with the mental health of people watching around the world. They were playing with people’s minds and that’s wrong. It could all have been nipped in the bud quietly hours before kick-off. But Brazil had to make an example out of the players. I felt sorry for them. Emiliano Martinez, Giovani Lo Celso and Cristian Romero travelled all that way to start the game, and then got publicly shamed. It was totally unnecessary. And then Brazil turn around and say all the players who didn’t travel to play for them should be banned from playing for their clubs! It’s the clubs that pay their wages. They should be able to call the shots. If travelling means you have to miss two or three games in quarantine when you come back, they should put their foot down. Every game counts in the Premier League. Take Liverpool. Without Alisson, Fabinho and Roberto Firmino they are not the is merse right? Text DSSport followed by your comments to 86611. Texts cost 25p plus your usual network rate INTERVIEW ■■ by paul brown same team. You drop a game because you can’t field your strongest side and you could be out of the title race very, very quickly. Players are putting their health at risk travelling to red list countries as well. It’s the ultimate honour to play for your country. But they have families to think about. Most of Brazil’s players play in Europe, for European clubs. They might have to start playing international games over here if they want to avoid this happening again. Brazil are going to qualify for the World Cup. They’ve won seven games out of seven. If your big guns aren’t available because your country is on the red list, play your homegrown youngsters. It gives an opportunity to other players. Here’s your chance to shine. It’s common sense. But they had to go and grandstand by sending the doctors on calling the match off. What a farce! The players travelled all that way for nothing and now there’s a big row going on. I don’t think it will affect the relationship between the players and their clubs, though. I think that will blow over. But I just think that they have been treated really unfairly by their countries. Everybody needs to get around the table and find a solution because you just can’t keep having situations like this. ■QUICK GAME: Romero gets a touch of the ball before the game in Brazil was halted OUR TOP COLUMNIST SHOOTS FROM THE LIP Messy! ■PARIS MATCH: Neymar and Messi chat as the Brazil v Argentina game ended in farcical scenes Sure is ■LO POINT: Lo Celso walks off but there was time for (right) Martinez to clear the ball from Neymar Be proud of Three Lions ENGLAND deserve more credit than they get sometimes. They won 4-0 in Hungary and got a point in Poland – two really hostile places now the fans are back. England were really good in the second half against Poland. We weren’t letting them have a kick. The natural thing is to drop off when you’re winning and it’s disappointing they conceded an equaliser but England are a better team than people think they are. I know Gareth Southgate (right, with Mason Mount) got criticised for not making any substitutions but I don’t mind that. How many managers do you know who are like robots and are going to make a sub like clockwork on 60 or 70 minutes whatever the score is? I liked that Gareth was big enough to stick with what he had. If the game ended 1-0 no one would be talking about it. People say we have a problem when we’re leading in games. But I’d rather be leading than going behind and having to come back all the time. World Cup should stay special HAVING a World Cup every two years is a terrible idea. It’s all about money. If you had it every two years the same teams would be winning World Cups back-to-back, or even three times in a row. For most players it’s a once in a lifetime opportunity to even play in one, let alone win it. That’s what makes it special. I got to go to a World Cup at 30 (inset). And I knew that was it. I wasn’t going to get to another one. It’s something I’ll never forget. Look at this like this. If I ask you who won the World Cup in 1986 you can tell me straight away. Because it was special. If I ask you who won the Champions League in 1997, you’d probably have to look it up. You don’t remember, because it happens so often. Having a World Cup every two years would mean people start to forget who actually won them, and that would be sad in my opinion. Four years gives you time for another gem to come through in your country. It means more build-up. More anticipation. More excitement. We shouldn’t lose that.

48 DAILY STAR, Saturday, September 11, 2021 ■HEART AND SAUL: Niguez in training with his new club ahead of his likely debut against Aston Villa Tuchel says Blues had tracked Saul for years THOMAS TUCHEL has revealed Chelsea were tracking Saul Niguez for “many, many years” and had to fight other clubs to land the Spanish star. The midfielder joined Chelsea from Atletico Madrid on deadline day – with an option to make the loan move permanent – and could make his Blues debut against Aston Villa today. Tuchel was relieved to land extra cover for Jorginho, N’Golo Kante and Mateo Kovacic with Chelsea facing a colossal fixture schedule in the run-up to Christmas. The Stamford Bridge chief revealed Saul was in contention to face Villa, and said: “He was with us now for two weeks, he played at the highest levels and the picture is very, very clear. “The club have followed him for years. They have expertise from all the scouting reports over the years about him. “So he’s in the squad and we will have to see with Jorginho, if it makes sense that we put another 90 minutes into him.” Jorginho captained Italy to a 5-0 win against Lithuania on Wednesday. “When Italy calls, he can never say ‘no’,” said Tuchel. “Even when they’re 5-0 up, he still wants every ball and runs, so he’s quite tired. So it’s absolutely possible Saul plays for us because he has ■■ by DAVE ARMITAGE season, making him the third fastest player in the Bundesliga. The Jamaican international is a good friend of eight-time Olympic gold medallist Bolt and the winger even had to quarantine last season as he was at the sprint star’s birthday party. And Smith thinks the flying winger will give CHELSEA v ASTON VILLA today, 5.30pm, SKY SportS, Ref: Stuart Attwell ■■ by MIKE WALTERS the quality and the expertise and experience. “I was a bit concerned to go into the season with only Jorginho, N’Golo and Mateo – not because of a lack of quality or character, because I’m the happiest coach I can be to have these three guys. “But it’s a bit unpredictable, we have a Club World Cup to play in December and nobody knows exactly how many games there are to come. “Normally two of those three guys always play, so once you have one injured or suspended you already are in danger of overloading the others.” Tuchel added: “We were looking for alternatives – not desperately, but Saul was on the radar for Chelsea for many, many years. “I’d known the player for a long time and was fighting with other clubs for the player in the past, and it was never possible. “So when the situation came that it was possible for a loan, we were excited about it. He’s exactly the type of profile we want to give Jorginho and N’Golo sometimes the break that they need.” smith hails his pace ace Aston Villa hope Usain Bolt’s close pal can run the show against unbeaten Chelsea. Villa boss Dean Smith is set to hand pace ace Leon Bailey his first start since his £25m move from Bayer Leverkusen. Bailey is one of the hottest players around – clocking up a speed of 22.62mph last ■FAST AND FURIOUS: Jamaica star Bailey and (inset) Olympic icon Usain Bolt Villa fans something to smile about. He said: “I worked with John Terry for the last three years and the one thing we spoke about a lot is that defenders are scared of pace. “That’s what Leon has in abundance and that’s what will scare opposition players. “We’re looking forward to working with that.” Villa have to contend with the absence of Emi Martinez and Emi Buendia, who are ruled out because they are in quarantine after international duty with Argentina. Smith added: “It was a no-win situation all round. “Once our players made it clear they wanted to play we had to come to a compromise.” DS1ST premier league seriously ART OF THE ■GOOD SIGNS: Mikel Arteta is happy with his recruits DEAL MIKEL ARTETA claims football crisis club Arsenal would have put their future at risk if they had gambled any bigger in the transfer market. The Gunners spent more money than any other Premier League team this summer, splashing out £156.8m on six new signings. But none of them were marquee names, all were under 24 – and the biggest fee they paid was for England defender Ben White at £50m. Arsenal face Norwich today at the foot of the table after their worst start to a league season in 67 years, with Arteta the bookies’ favourite to be the first boss to be sacked. But the Spaniard claims they just weren’t prepared to risk paying the kind of fees Chelsea and Manchester City splashed out for Romelu Lukaku and Jack Grealish respectively. The under-fire Arsenal boss said: “We could have taken a very different approach and just gone in the casino and gambled big. But BAD KOREA MOVE: Son in action last week Mikel: Spending more could have killed club ■■ by PAUL BROWN that’s a big thing for the club which could have put them in a live or die situation. “We all believed it wasn’t what we could do and being responsible in that area I completely supported the strategy the club wanted to implement. “There’s been a lot of changes and let’s be positive and move forward. We are in a much better place now. “I am really happy with what we have been able to do with the ideas we had. The complexity of this industry is planning a long project with immediate results.” Arteta also claims that Arsenal fans can expect the club to be much less busy in future windows. He said: “The amount of transactions that have needed to be Knackered Nuno NUNO ESPIRITO SANTO has warned Arsene Wenger’s plan for a biennial World Cup will only increase the punishing workload on Premier League stars. The Spurs boss said: “Just looking at the calendar makes us tired and exhausted right now.” Nuno will be without the injured Heung-min Son, Oliver Skipp, Steven Bergwijn and Ryan Sessegnon for today’s trip to made in the last two seasons – I think they were 29 – we cannot sustain that level of changes.” Arteta also admits it could take years for his new-look young team to fulfil their potential. He said: “You talk about a peak. Some of them have played 20, 30 matches in the Premier League. “Others have already played 200 games at that age, so it is going to take them some time to do that.” Arteta knows his own future could be far from safe if he doesn’t get results at home to Norwich and away at Burnley next weekend. But he’s happy to take the heat, adding: “Keep the focus on me, leave the players alone, let them play with a free-flow and confidence. This comes with the responsibility and expectations of any manager.” c.palace v tottenham today, 12.30pm, Bt Sport, Ref: jon moss ■■ by darren lewis Crystal Palace while Cristian Romero, Giovani Lo Celso and Davinson Sanchez are isolating in Croatia having played in South America during the international break. Nuno, named manager of

raps Wenger bid the month for August, said: “On Saturday we’re going to play at 12.30pm. We had players arriving on Thursday. “It’s tough in every aspect. You have to travel. You have to join and be in different environments and that requires adaptation. “There are a lot of issues – mental and physical. “Each time a decision is made it results in more and more games and I don’t know if the players are going ■GUNNS FOR HIGHER: Big money arrivals White (left) and Ramsdale to be able to sustain their level of performance with so many games through all the seasons. It’s my worry and my biggest concern.” Spurs have started with three wins and three clean sheets for the first time and Nuno added: “We are ready to compete. We’ve prepared ourselves well, we’ve received all the players from international break. We have the absences that are public but we are ready to go.” DS1ST striker is ods on to succeed PATRICK VIEIRA believes Odsonne Edouard can become one of the Premier League’s top strikers following his recent move to Crystal Palace. But Eagles boss Vieira insists it is up to the striker himself to deliver on the potential that earned him a £14m switch from Celtic. Edouard, 23 (left), has represented France at youth and under-21 ■TRAIN RIDE: Nuno Tavares gives fellow Arsenal newboy Takehiro Tomiyasu a lift in training yesterday ■LOOKING FOR A LIFT: Martin Odegaard and (right) Sambi Lokonga today, 3pm REF: Michael Oliver ■■ by ian winrow levels. He is expected to make his Palace debut at home to Spurs today with Vieira convinced he can make his mark in the top flight and force his way into the full France side. The Palace manager said: “The potential is there. “I expect as well more commitment and desire from himself to show that he wants to ■NEW CANARY: Normann (right) Farke’s not losing faith ■■ by ian murtagh Daniel Farke is convinced Norwich won’t be the Premier League’s whipping boys again this season. Three successive losses have left the Canaries in an all-toofamiliar position, with only today’s hosts, Arsenal, keeping them off the bottom. Fans are fearing a repeat of their nightmare campaign two years ago when they went down with a meagre 21 points. But Nowich boss Farke is adamant that results so far present a misleading picture. Buoyed by a good transfer window and encouraged by the football his side has played so far, the German – who celebrates his 200th game in charge of the club at the Emirates – predicts a very different scenario in the months ahead. “We’re in far better shape than we were two years ago,” he said. “The quality within the group is better. Last time, we only had one player with Premier League experience, now there are so many more who have experienced a season of it, even some of the young players. “Our new signings are a step up too. Previously, we had to bring in players from the second or third tiers.” Latest recruits Mathias Normann and Ozan Kabak are both available. It’s more likely the Norwegian will play a part, with Farke indicating ex-Liverpool loanee Kabak still needs to work on his match fitness. While another pointless return at Arsenal would be a blow, the Canaries boss was not too discouraged by the three defeats at the hands of Liverpool, Manchester City and Leicester. He added: “I predicted the first four or five games would be bumpy. We had a good 60 minutes against Liverpool. “City only had five shots on target and we deserved at least a point against Leicester.” DAILY STAR, Saturday, September 11, 2021 49 v improve, he wants to be part of those top players who are doing well in the Premier League. “It’s going to be a big challenge for him. “He has to work hard. He has to give himself the best chance to go to that level, to the national team level. “He has the quality but now it’s all about how much that he wants it.” INFORMATION STATION CRICKET 1st T20 Int’nal—South Africa v Sri Lanka (Colombo): South Africa 163-5 (20.0 overs). Sri Lanka 135-6 (20.0 overs; L D Chandimal 66no). South Africa beat Sri Lanka by 28 runs. 5th T20 Int’nal—New Zealand v Bangladesh (Mirpur): New Zealand 161-5 (20.0 overs; T Latham 50no). Bangladesh 134-8 (20.0 overs). New Zealand beat Bangladesh by 27 runs. U-19 One-Day Int’nal Series— England v West Indies (Canterbury): W Indies 135 (40.5 overs). England 136-1 (17.5 overs, Bethell 67, Thomas 59no). England win by 9 wickets. Cycling AJ Bell Tour of Britain (Carlisle - Gateshead, 197.4km)—Stage 6: 1 W van Aert (Bel) Jumbo-Visma 4h 35m 56s, 2 E Hayter (Gbr) Ineos, 3 J Alaphilippe (Fra) Deceuninck- QuickStep both at same time. Overall: 1 Hayter 22h 53m 32s, 2 van Aert +4s, 3 Alaphilippe +21s. FORMULA 1 Italian Grand Prix (Monza)— FInal Qualifying: 1 V Bottas (Fin) Mercedes GP 1m 19.555s, 2 L Hamilton (Gbr) Mercedes GP 1:19.651, 3 M Verstappen (Ned) Red Bull 1:19.966, 4 L Norris (Gbr) McLaren 1:19.989. Golf BMW PGA Championship (West course, Wentworth)—2nd Rnd (Gbr & Irl unless stated, Par 72) 132 K Aphibarnrat (Tha) 64 68, 133 L Canter 67 66, F Laporta (Ita) 68 65, 134 A Scott (Aus) 65 69, 135 B Horschel (USA) 70 65, J Rose 67 68, J Donaldson 69 66, 136 S Lowry 70 66, C Bezuidenhout (Rsa) 64 72, M Armitage 70 66, T Pieters (Bel) 70 66, M Kawamura (Jpn) 67 69, F Zanotti (Pry) 70 66. TENNIS US Open (Flushing Meadows, New York)—Men’s Doubles final: (4) R Ram (USA) & J Salisbury (Gbr) bt (7) J Murray (Gbr) & B Soares (Bra) 3-6 6-2 6-2. Today’s diary CYCLING AJ Bell Tour of Britain stage 7 (Hawick to Edinburgh, 194.8km). Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix (Monza, 2pm). GOLF (all weekend) Bmw PGA Championship (West course, Wentworth). VP Bank Swiss Ladies Open (Golfpark Holzhäusern). Motorcycling (all weekend) Bennetts British Superbikes (Silverstone). RUGBY LEAGUE Betfred Super League: Catalans Dragons v Huddersfield (7pm), Hull v Wigan (3pm), Warrington v Salford (3pm), Hull K R v Castleford (7.45). Betfred Championship: Toulouse v York (6pm). Betfred League 1: Barrow v West Wales (3pm), North Wales Crusaders v London Skolars (2.30). RUGBY UNION National Lge 1 (3pm): Birmingham Moseley v Blackheath, Bishop’s Stortford v Plymouth Albion, Cinderford v Caldy, Darlington Mowden Park v Taunton Titans, Rams v Tonbridge Juddians, Rosslyn Park v Leeds Tykes, Sale FC v Cambridge (2.30). Tennent’s Scottish Premiership (3pm): Currie v Marr, Edinburgh Acads v Jed-Forest, GHA v Hawick, Glasgow Hawks v Aberdeen Grammar, Selkirk v Musselburgh. ToMORROW CRICKET LV= County Ch’ship - Division One—day 1 of 4, all 10.30am: Hampshire v Nottinghamshire (Ageas Bowl), Somerset v Lancashire (Taunton), Yorkshire v Warwickshire (Headingley). Division Two: Glamorgan v Gloucestershire (Sophia Gardens), Northamptonshire v Durham (Northampton), Surrey v Essex (The Kia Oval, 10.30am). Division Three: Derbyshire v Kent (Derby), Leicestershire v Sussex (Grace Road), Middlesex v Worcestershire (Lord’s). 2nd T20 Int’nal: Sri Lanka v South Africa (Colombo, 2.30pm). CYCLING AJ Bell Tour of Britain stage 8 (Stonehaven to Aberdeen, 173km). RUGBY LEAGUE Betfred Super League: Leigh v Wakefield (3pm). Betfred Championship (3pm): Batley v Dewsbury, London Broncos v Featherstone, Oldham v Newcastle, Sheffield v Swinton (4.30), Whitehaven v Halifax, Widnes v Bradford. League 1: Doncaster v Keighley (2.30), Rochdale v Coventry (3pm), Workington v Hunslet (2pm). RUGBY UNION The Rugby Championship: New Zealand v Argentina (8.05am), South Africa v Australia (11.05am).

50 DAILY STAR, Saturday, September 11, 2021 seriously football premier league Cristiano’s backed to have a Keane impact CRISTIANO RONALDO’S remarkable Manchester United return means there is now no hiding place for the rest of the squad, according to boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Ronaldo’s dedication, fierce work ethic and the relentless demands he puts on himself and others will ensure standards are not allowed to drop at United, both on and off the pitch. When Solskjaer was playing, that task fell to former skipper Roy Keane (inset), who would let players know in no uncertain terms when they fell short of the standards expected at United. Solskjaer said Ronaldo will take up that role now – on the pitch, at the training ground and in the dressing room – and lead by example. “When I walked into the dressing room here when I played, if Roy Keane saw me dip out of a tackle or not make the run, you were told,” said Solskjaer. “Then I ended up being one of those that told the players I played with. That’s how it should be here. “You should have some experienced leaders there that can put the demands down. “It wasn’t always Sir Alex Ferguson and it can’t always be me or the coaches. “The young boys in this group have some unbelievable professionals to learn from. You have Cristiano, one of the best players of all time. “You have Raphael Varane, Juan Mata, Nemanja Matic, Paul Pogba, Bruno Fernandes. So many players to learn from, how to deal with ups and downs in careers, how they prepare and how to act. “When you have players like this, there’s no hiding place because you’ll be told. If you don’t do the right thing, you’ll be told. “We’re lucky that we have players like Harry Maguire, who has come in the last two years and been an unbelievable captain, as in how he’s pulled everything together and stood tall in hard times. “We’re now in a position where the experience should be just dripping down to the boys, who have aspirations to be as good as these players we’re talking about.” Ronaldo’s homecoming has ■■ by DAVID McDONNELL raised expectation level at United, with many fans believing it can be the key that unlocks the door to a first Premier League title since 2013. Red Devils boss Solskjaer says it is not that simple, but admits Ronaldo’s return will have the effect of raising the bar. “You add quality players, that gives you a better chance, of course,” said Solskjaer. “Now we need to gel everyone into the squad. “We have to have the same focus, every single one of us, to approach every game as the most important one. “We back each other, we’re all here to win. It’s not about whoever’s ego, scoring goals and ‘me, me, me’. “No, I’ve seen a group that knows we have to do this together. “I’ve seen Cristiano coming in, he doesn’t want any special treatment, he wants to be part of the team, he knows what the team is, and he’s conducted himself really well. “We know we’re still a work in progress, but Cristiano coming in, that gives us another edge. “He comes with his winning mentality. “Him and Raphael have won the Champions League a few times, they’ve won European Championship, World Cups. We’re adding experience and quality that we didn’t have.” ■CAPTAIN CALLING: Harry Maguire (right) has ‘stood tall’ for the last two years DS1ST you can ron but you can’t hide

DS1ST today, 3pm REF: ANTHONY TAYLOR v DAILY STAR, Saturday, September 11, 2021 51 From Back Page their local rivals by hijacking the proposed deal to re-sign the 36-year-old superstar. Asked how frightening the prospect was of Ronaldo joining City, Solskjaer said: “I don’t think there was any prospect of that.” Ronaldo’s return has increased the pressure on the Red Devils boss to deliver United’s first league title since 2013, something he said he relishes. “The pressure is a privilege,” said Solskjaer. “At Manchester United, you want that pressure. As a player, coach or manager, if ■OLE HAND: Solskjaer is thrilled to have Ronaldo back at Old Trafford City never had a chance you want an easy life, you go mid-table somewhere. “We want that pressure. We feel it, but that makes you feel alive.” Solskjaer refused to say whether Ronaldo or Bruno Fernandes will be on spot-kick duties going forward. “I’ve had a chat with the two of them,” said Solskjaer. “We’ve got two players there that I’d trust with my life to put a penalty away. “It’s going to be my decision what will happen. The two of them will keep on doing what they do when they’re asked to take the penalties.” ■ ON THE BALL: Ronaldo hasn’t wanted special treatment, according to boss Solskjaer Bruce looking to ruin the carnival STEVE Bruce has demanded his Newcastle players become the Premier League’s big party-poopers today. The Toon chief knows the winless Magpies have been cast as bit-part players on the day of Cristiano Ronaldo’s Second Coming. The former Manchester United defender has himself labelled the occasion “a carnival” but is desperate for the visitors to gatecrash the celebrations. After a poor start to the campaign and an underwhelming transfer window, Bruce could probably do without a fixture like this. The football world is expecting Newcastle to be sacrificial lambs to a Ronaldo-inspired slaughter. But Bruce (inset) has challenged his side to tear up the pre-conceived script. “I hope we don’t just become the supporting cast but go there and make a fist of it,” he said. “The match has been talked about for the past ■■ by IAN MURTAGH week with one of the greatest players ever coming back. “But a stage like this is what we’re all in it for – a big atmosphere and a carnival which is what it will be. “We have to go there, relish taking on the biggest and the best and make it as difficult an afternoon for them as we can.” In the absence of main man Callum Wilson, Bruce will be looking for Joe Willock to rediscover the goalscoring form he showed towards the end of last season. But there are no more new faces in his squad with the £22m outlay on the former Arsenal man, and the club’s failure to move players out, meaning he wasn’t able to bring in any other recruits. Newcastle last week issued a statement claiming all parties understood the financial restraints. Bruce added: “There’s no secret that I’d have liked to have No first-day nerves for great one How Cristiano Ronaldo fared on each of his debuts Sporting Lisbon v Inter Milan Champions League qualifying third round, August 14, 2002 ONE of football’s great careers got off to a quiet start as a 17-year-old Ronaldo (right) played the final 32 minutes of a goalless draw in Lisbon. Man United v Bolton Premier League, August 16, 2003 THEN 18, Ronaldo (left) made an immediate impact as he was thrown into the action for the final 29 minutes of a tight contest at Old Trafford which United were edging 1-0. The youngster had a hand in three goals as United went on to win 4-0. Portugal v KAzakhstan Friendly, August 20, 2003 RONALDO also dazzled as he made his international bow just a few days later. The teenager came on at half-time and almost scored within a minute as he weaved through the Kazakh defence on a mazy run and tested the goalkeeper with a strong shot. Real Madrid v Deportivo La Coruna La Liga, August 29, 2009 SPANISH giants Real Madrid got a quick return on their then-world record £80m summer investment in Ronaldo as he scored from the penalty spot in a 3-2 win at the Bernabeu. Juventus v Chievo Serie A, August 18, 2018 RONALDO did not get on the scoresheet but was involved in a lot of the drama as Juve snatched a last-gasp 3-2 win in his first match for the Turin club. ■BRILLI-ANT: Antonio is the top man for Moyes Moyes has his one Ant only West Ham boss David Moyes says Premier League player of the month for August Michail Antonio is irreplaceable. And even finding a similar back-up was so hard he gave up trying. The Jamaica forward’s four goals and three assists in his three games so far have shown his importance to the Hammers, as well as putting him at the top of the club’s Premier League scorers’ chart. But Moyes knows his star striker will need a breather at times in a season congested by the club’s participation in the Europa League – which starts with a trip to play Dinamo Zagreb next Thursday – and that injuries can strike any time. “We have to manage him,” said Moyes. “He is in a better place than he has been before in his level of professionalism and the way he is looking after himself. But you can get an injury which can put you out. “We would have liked to bring in someone who could have replaced Micky directly in the window but we just couldn’t find one. “Probably a week or two back I had made up my mind that I needed to find other ways of making that work.” That could mean a change of formation, or other players being asked to play unfamiliar positions. “We have got somebody in Nikola Vlasic who can play several roles, as we had with Jesse [Lingard] last year and I felt that was probably the better way to go at the moment,” said Moyes. “We have seen [Andriy] Yarmolenko play as a No.9, we have had Jarrod Bowen play as a No.9. I feel I have one or two options.” Moyes also praised midfielder Pablo Fornals, who scored for Spain in their 2-0 win in Kosovo on Wednesday on his full international debut. “I’m really pleased he so’Ton v west ham today, 3pm, Ref: DAVID COOTE ■■ by Nick Szczepanik got a call-up because he was on standby during the summer for the Spanish squad,” he said. “He had been called up for the Olympic squad but we chose not to let him go. “I hope he’ll get called up for the next one, and that might come with Pablo’s form and if he keeps scoring as well. “He’s difficult not to like. He loves his football, is a hard worker, always last off the training pitch, and first out. “Pablo’s a really good player around the club.” JWP is a goal getter ■■ by GIDEON BROOKs SAINTS boss Ralph Hasenhuttl has backed James Ward-Prowse to force his way into Gareth Southgate’s England plans – if he can keep finding the back of the net. The midfielder was left out of the European Championship squad this summer but Hasenhuttl (right) insisted his captain has both the talent and drive to push for a World Cup spot. “It was not nice for him to watch the Euros when he normally should be in it,” he said. “When he plays like he played the last two games, it’s only a question of time before he is part of the national team again. “He has qualities in front of the goal.”

ECB left with £40m gap Pep is ready to pick duo ■■ by DAVID McDONNELL MANCHESTER CITY are ready to defy FIFA by playing banned Brazil duo Ederson and Gabriel Jesus against Leicester today. FIFA told eight Premier League clubs – including City – they must respect the five-day restriction rule on the availability of players, after not releasing them for World Cup qualifiers. But Ederson (inset, top) and Jesus (inset, bottom) travelled with the squad and boss Pep Guardiola intends to play them both. After talks between FIFA and the Premier League failed to resolve the issue, the clubs have decided to take matters into their own hands. “Right now, I’m thinking they’ll play,” said Guardiola. “I’d prefer to know, but the most important thing is that the clubs cannot do anything. We never said don’t go to play for the national teams. If they Turn to Page 46 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% 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 ■■ by DEAN WILSON dailystar.co.uk/sport ENGLAND cricket chiefs are locked in a £40m battle after Virat Kohli’s India forced the cancellation of the fifth Test over mental health concerns. That is how the ECB are Turn to Page 44 city got it all W DS1ST Emma can DU it ron Ole says Cristiano to Etihad was never on free inside ■READY FOR THE OFF: Cristiano Ronaldo is all set to face Newcastle today G OLE Gunnar Solskjaer has taunted ■■ by DAVID McDONNELL ■■ by David McCARTHY BRITAIN’S last Queen of New York has urged young pretender Emma Raducanu to make history in tonight’s US Open women’s final. Virginia Wade (inset, below) whose 1968 triumph is the only British woman’s victory in the final Slam of the season, is sure Raducanu (left) will enjoy a great career whatever the result against Leylah Fernandez. But the 18-year-old from Kent, who has already ripped up the record books by becoming the first qualifier to reach a Grand Slam final, is oozing confidence ahead of the showdown with the girl she beat at Turn to Page 42 Manchester City by claiming they never stood a chance of signing Cristiano Ronaldo. Ronaldo will make his Manchester United return today at Old Trafford against Newcastle, 12 years after he left them to join Real Madrid. City were in talks with Ronaldo, until United blindsided Turn to Page 51 2 fantastic pullouts

The NO.1 pullout that scores EVERY time DS1ST Saturday, September 11, 2021 in association with 1 SATURDAY Striker like Frank’s son Page 4 stop right ■HANDS UP IF YOU’RE A RIGHT-BACK: Trent Alexander-Arnold struggled in a midfield role for England boss Gareth Southgate (below left), a move which baffled Jurgen Klopp (below right) there Klopp won’t play Trent in midfield JURGEN KLOPP admits he was baffled by Gareth Southgate’s decision to play Trent Alexander-Arnold as a midfielder. The England boss played the Liverpool right-back in a midfield three for the first half of the Three ■■ by CHRIS McKENNA Lions’ 4-0 victory over Andorra last Sunday. But he struggled and later reverted to his preferred role. And the message from the Liverpool boss was clear – you’re stopping right where you are, Trent. Full Story: Pages 2-3

2 DS1ST Saturday, September 11, 2021 The NO.1 pullout that scores EVERY time ‘Why would you make the best right-back in the world a midfielder?’ klopp pitches into trent debate IT seemed so obvious yet it still needed to be said by Jurgen Klopp – why play one of the world’s best rightbacks in midfield? Gareth Southgate should probably have asked himself that before he put Trent Alexander-Arnold further up the pitch against Andorra last Sunday. But the England boss should have also pondered why Klopp, one of the best bosses in the world, has never tried such an experiment. Alexander-Arnold, 22, did play in midfield at times coming through the ranks with Liverpool. It was felt when he broke into the first team that one day he would move from defence to a position of more influence further up the pitch. Gareth Bale started out as a full-back before becoming one of the world’s best attacking midfielders. It was thought Alexander-Arnold might end up in midfield where his passing could dictate games. But nobody could have imagined how much he can dictate games from full-back nor seen how Klopp would utilise him in the position. Ahead of tomorrow’s clash at Leeds, the German believes Alexander- Arnold has adapted and is given more freedom at certain times. “If you watch our games then you ■■ by CHRIS McKENNA will see that Trent’s position has already changed,” said the Reds boss. “Not in all the games but in games where it is possible then his position changed already. So there is no need to now make him a midfield player. “It is a little bit a shame that we talk in 2021 like this about football. “Players play everywhere, especially good players are pretty much everywhere. Trent is not very often on the left wing that is true, but on the right he was already everywhere. “In a game where England are that dominant for example, or that we are that dominant that Trent could play in midfield, I would rather he was the six than in this case the eight. “That is possible but why would you make the best right-back in the world a midfielder? I don’t understand that.” Alexander-Arnold’s defensive strengths have been called into question but he was part of a back line which conceded just 33 goals on the way to winning the Premier League last year. To think he needs to move positions to be more effective is strange considering his stats. He has delivered 44 assists in all competitions. In the Premier League alone it is 34 – the same number as Paul Pogba in the same period of time. “As if the right-back position is not as important as the others,” added Klopp. “People who say that, I struggle to understand how you could think that. “Some people think that because he plays 10 yards further up the pitch he would be more influential. “Being more influential than Trent in the, I don’t know how many years, he has played for me is really tricky. “It would mean I would have to have a proper look to find somebody. He plays the right position, we adapt and try and use his skills absolutely.” Virgil van Dijk and Naby Keita are clear to play at Elland Road while injury worries Harvey Elliott and Takumi Minamino are also fit. Klopp said: “Naby is available and Virgil is fine as are the others who came back from international duties.” ■ READY TWO GO: Virgil van Dijk and Harvey Elliott (left) proved their fitness in training on Thursday

■RIGHT PLACE RIGHT TIME: Alexander-Arnold is all smiles after setting up Mo Salah to score at Norwich The NO.1 pullout that scores EVERY time jurgen brands brazil nuts to ban kop stars JURGEN KLOPP has told the Brazilian FA and FIFA they are wrongly punishing players by banning them for this weekend’s fixtures. Liverpool, both Manchester clubs, Leeds and Chelsea will be without key men. Brazilian FA officials have blocked them after clubs stopped stars travelling for the recent international break due to quarantine issues. The South American nation is on the UK red list meaning players would have been forced into a 10-day hotel quarantine on their return. The Reds will be without Alisson (inset) and Fabinho while Roberto Firmino is out ■■ by chris mckenna with an injury. Boss Klopp said: “It’s a really difficult situation. “The players wanted to play these games. The clubs wanted to let players go but it was just not possible. “It looks like the real punishment is for the players because they can’t play. That’s what they do, that’s what they love. “That’s really not OK. The world is still in a pandemic.” Talks were continuing last night between UK government officials, the Premier League chiefs, the Brazilian FA and the FA in an attempt to resolve the matter. DS1ST SAMBA STAR: Fabinho Bielsa’s ‘correct call’ on James ■■ by DAVID ANDERSON MARCELO Bielsa says Leeds were right to splash out £25m on Daniel James to sign another winger. They already had widemen Jack Harrison, Raphinha and Helder Costa when they swooped. But Bielsa defended the outlay, saying the ex-Manchester United player gives them a different option. James, 23, is set to make his Leeds debut against Liverpool at Elland Road tomorrow. Bielsa said: “The decision to bring in James was the correct one by the club. “He will be available this weekend. “Our wide players do the same function. “They are players who develop the game out wide, which is not an easy thing to do. VALUE: Daniel James Through the season it’s always necessary to have three or four players for one or two positions. “James gives us a good range of options.” Leeds also allowed the disappointing Costa to go on loan to Valencia. James was within minutes of joining Leeds in January 2019. The Wales winger agreed terms and passed his medical only for Swansea to pull the plug on his move at the last minute. Leeds’ director of football Victor Orta kept track of his progress and swooped when the Red Devils re-signed Cristiano Ronaldo. Bielsa added: “He’s a player who can play on either side and combines pace with the ability to unbalance opponents.” ARSENAL v NORWICH Arsenal could welcome back quartet Ben White, Gabriel, Thomas Partey and Eddie Nketiah, but sidelined are Emile Smith Rowe (illness) Mohamed Elneny (hamstring) Granit Xhaka (ban/Covid-19). Mathias Normann and Ozan Kabak may be handed Norwich debuts, while Kenny McLean (knee) is fit. Dimitris Giannoulis is out, as well as Chris Zimmermann. Last season: No fixture. Referee: Michael Oliver. brentford v brighton BEES ace Frank Onyeka returns to action having been absent with a positive Covid test, but Josh Dasilva and Mads Sorensen are sidelined. Brighton could hand a debut to new Spanish signing Marc Cucurella, while Solly March has recovered from a hamstring injury. Aaron Connolly (glute) is expected to be fit, as is Jurgen Locadia. Last season: No fixture. Referee: Graham Scott. Chelsea v aston villa ROMELU LUKAKU has overcome a thigh issue and should start for Chelsea, who may hand a debut to Saul Niguez. N’Golo Kante and Christian Pulisic (both ankle) are out, while there are doubts as to whether Thiago Silva can play. Emi Martinez will miss his first Villa game due to quarantine rules, along with Emi Buendia. Last season: Chelsea 1 Aston Villa 1. Referee: Stuart Attwell. CRYSTAL P v tOTTENHAM Palace boss Patrick Vieira could hand debuts to Will Hughes, Odsonne Edouard and Michael Olise. Captain Luka Milivojevic (personal reasons) is in contention. Heung-min son is a doubt for Spurs after picking up an injury with South Korea. Cristian Romero, Davinson Sanchez and Giovani Lo Celso will not feature. Last season: Crystal Palace 1 Tottenham 1. Referee: Jonathan Moss. Saturday, September 11, 2021 TEAMTALK TOMORROW leeds v liverpool LEEDS boss Marcelo Bielsa is tempted to hand Daniel James his full debut. Junior Firpo (right) and midfielder Mateusz Klich are also available. Liverpool are without injured striker Roberto Firmino, but Virgil van Dijk and Harvey Elliott are fit. Brazilian duo Alisson and Fabinho may miss out. Last season: Leeds 1 Liverpool 1. Referee: Craig Pawson. in association with leicester v man city ADEMOLA LOOKMAN may make his Leicester debut, but defenders Jonny Evans (foot) and Jannik Vestergaard (knee) are doubts, while Ayoze Perez is banned. Ederson and Gabriel Jesus are doubts for Man City. They are among a number of players at risk of five-day bans under FIFA regulations. Veteran Scott Carson could play. Last season: Leicester 0 Manchester City 2. Referee: Paul Tierney. man united v newcastle Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has confirmed Cristiano Ronaldo will make his second Red Devils debut, while Jadon Sancho (knock) should be fit and Scott McTominay could come into contention. Fred may be unavailable. Newcastle pair Callum Wilson (thigh) and Ryan Fraser (ankle) are out, while Karl Darlow (Covid) will be assessed. Last season: Manchester Utd 3 Newcastle Utd 1. Referee: Anthony Taylor. southampton v west ham SAINTS duo Theo Walcott (knock) and Stuart Armstrong (calf) remain on the sidelines, while forward Shane Long (Covid-19) is isolating. WEST HAM have three new signings Kurt Zouma, Nikola Vlasic and Alex Kral available to play, but the Hammers have yet to make a change to their starting line-up this season. Last season: Southampton 0 West Ham 0. Referee: David Coote. watford v wolves Summer signing Ozan Tufan could finally make his Watford debut, but Chilean defender Francisco Sierralta could be suspended by FIFA. Forward Joao Pedro (knee) is in contention. Wolves forward Raul Jimenez is available after Mexico withdrew their objection to him playing. South Korean Hwang Hee-Chan could be in line for a debut. Last season: No fixture. Referee: Peter Bankes. 3

4 Saturday, September 11, 2021 The NO.1 pullout that scores EVERY time Rising ‘son’ DS1ST Brentford boss Thomas Frank says rival strikers Ivan Toney and Neal Maupay both feel like sons – only one has left home. The Bees have made an impressive unbeaten start to life in the Premier League in their first season in the top flight since 1946-47. And this afternoon at the Brentford Community Stadium they entertain Maupay and Brighton, who themselves have chalked up two wins from the first three matches. Frank coached Maupay for two years in a Brentford striking production line that has also sold Ollie Watkins to Aston Villa. And Frank said: “I would rather play a team with Ivan Toney, Neal Maupay and Ollie Watkins than have to choose one! “It is like having three sons, and then two of them are grown up and move away from home and you have one at home. “In general I wish the best for all three of them, but of course Ivan is playing in our team Frank a father figure to Neal Brentford v brighton today, 3pm, Ref: Graham Scott ■■ by HECTOR NUNNS so I hope he scores two goals on Saturday and Neal gets none. “However it does give me and the club pride that even those who have left are playing at this level. I am pleased we got promoted so we kept the squad more together this time. “But if people develop here and move on you always follow them, you have been a part of their lives. And we are in a different position now, you saw that this summer. Maybe the bar is raised, and if we have to sell someone it is only a top-six club. But I’d rather keep them all.” Frank is also delighted to see a clash today of two teams who met in League One just 10 years ago – and says it is proof of why ideas like the Super League should not go ahead. He said: “It is massively important to have promotion and relegation, it is a big part of the sport and what you are playing for and trying to achieve. “The stories of both our clubs are fantastic and should give a boost to a lot of other clubs that are dreaming about the Premier League and getting up here, or building sustainable clubs. “And it is also a reminder to those clubs at the top that can never stop developing.” ■ ’PAY BACK: Neal Maupay returns to face his former club Brentford today ■CLEAR VIEW: Ivan Toney will be aiming to stretch The Bees’ unbeaten start to the season under (inset) Frank No Pot luck in scoring top-flight goals BRIGHTON boss Graham ■■ by IAN WINROW living with it, dealing with it Potter believes Neal Maupay’s Maupay firing two in three and coming through it. scoring struggles have made ahead of today’s visit to his “Until you have those the striker stronger. newly-promoted former club experiences, it’s hard to The Frenchman scored 28 – where Ivan Toney is aiming understand how it can goals in his final season at to build on his 31-goal haul in affect you. Brentford to earn a £20m the Championship last term. “You can drop to the switch to the Seagulls in 2019. Potter said: “All forwards in Championship and score But he managed just 18 the Premier League go 20-30 goals and life becomes goals in his first two seasons through spells when they a little bit easier. at the Amex Stadium. don’t score. “So that becomes a This time around things “But it’s one thing saying different challenge. Part of his have been different, with that and it’s another thing journey is dealing with that.”

DS1ST Saturday, September 11, 2021 in association with The NO.1 pullout that scores EVERY time There’s no place like home for Xisco’s on-fire Hornets XISCO MUNOZ has challenged Watford to show “more ambition” by extending the best home record in the country to 12 consecutive wins today. In 2021, nobody has strung together more home wins on the spin than Xisco’s promoted Hornets. And at Vicarage Road against pointless Wolves, Watford’s head coach wants his team to defend a fortress where they have conceded only three goals since February 1. Munoz (inset) said: “We have won 11 in a row at home and now we want 12. We have this good record and we will try to continue. “It is important to keep this winning mentality at home, to show more ambition and always to try for one more win. “I want to continue with the ■■ by MIKE WALTERS same attitude, with the same power, because I think in the last games we played well and we started very well. “It’s important that the players take this ambition. So far they have played very well, but it’s not enough. I need one step more. I need to keep taking the points.” Munoz is not fooled by Wolves’ barren start under new coach Bruno Lage and admitted: “We have in front of us a very good team. “It’s true, they don’t have any points but they have good players, a good style, a good manager – they have many good things. “They have played against good teams so far, but they know exactly how they want to play, exactly which space they want and we will have a strong game.” ■DUTY CALLS: Romain Saiss is available after escaping military coup 5 saiss in the pack Romain plays after gunfight ordeal ROMAIN SAISS is set to play for Wolves today – just days after being caught up in gunfire from a military coup. The defender captains Morocco who flew to Guinea last week for a World Cup qualifying clash. But their squad were stunned to hear gunfire on the streets of Conakry, the capital. Saiss compared it to being in the Call of Duty video game after soldiers appeared on TV claiming to have dissolved the government in an attempted coup. The squad were trapped in their hotel and their match with Guinea was quickly suspended. Saiss, 31, and his team-mates were later rushed to the airport and flown home to Morocco. He sent videos of the drama to Wolves’ stunned boss Bruno Lage (inset) back home in England. watford v wolves today, 3pm, Ref: PETER BANKES ■■ by JAMES NURSEY Saiss said: “All day long we saw cars full of armed soldiers at the bottom of our hotel. It was not war, but almost. “We could hear gunshots, some players thought it was fireworks. “It was then explained that a coup was carried out by special forces. “We really became aware of the situation. “From our windows we could see soldiers running with some sort of rifle. “We all thought we were in Call of Duty.” However, despite the ordeal, Saiss has been back in training with Wolves this week and is ready to play at Watford. Lage said: “He sent some videos from the hotel. You heard shots being fired. “We were concerned but he said everything was OK and he arrived safely. “It is not good when those kind of things happen but everything now is OK. “It is not a problem. Nothing happened so you move on. “He is fit and ready to play – he is a strong man and has a strong mentality. “It is more dangerous for the Watford strikers!”

6 Saturday, September 11, 2021 DS1ST The NO.1 pullout that scores EVERY time BLACKBURN v LUTON TEAM TALK ROVERS will without up to eight players with Ben Brereton (FIFA sanction) and Hayden Carter (ban) the latest absentees. Reda Khadra could be handed his debut. Luton captain Sonny Bradley should be fit to start, while Danny Hylton (Covid-19) is back. BLACKPOOL v FULHAM James Husband (calf) is set to return for Blackpool, but the match will come too soon for Demetri Mitchell (knee). Fulham boss Marco Silva will check on the fitness of a host of returning international players, with Harry Wilson the biggest doubt with a head knock. BOURNEMOUTH v BARNSLEY Bournemouth could hand debuts to deadlineday signings Jamal Lowe and Ryan Christie. Former Crystal Palace defender Gary Cahill may also be in contention for his Cherries bow. Barnsley will be without Liam Kitching (ban), but Remy Vita and Claudio Gomes may feature. bristol city v preston ROBINS boss Nigel Pearson only has Tommy Conway missing after he underwent a small operation on a long-standing injury. Preston trio Ched Evans, Liam Lindsay and Tom Barkhuizen have resumed training after spells in isolation because of Covid-19. COVENTRY v MIDDLESBRO New Coventry defender Todd Kane will probably have to settle for a place on the bench. Liam Kelly (knee) and Josh Eccles (hip) are still out. Boro manager Neil Warnock could hand debuts to his three new loan signings – Onel Hernandez, Andraz Sporar and James Lea Siliki. READING v QPR Ovie Ejaria is fit for the first time this season for Reading, while new signings Scott Dann, Danny Drinkwater and Baba Rahman will be in the squad. Lyndon Dykes’ recent goalscoring form could see him spearhead Rangers’ attack, while new signing Andre Gray could be involved. SHEFFIELD UTD v PETERBORO Goalkeeper Robin Olsen could make his Blades debut, while midfielder Conor Hourihane will also be involved. Sander Berge will be unavailable after testing positive for Covid-19. Posh will be without captain Mark Beevers (hamstring), but Conor Coventry will be involved. STOKE v HUDDERSFIELD Abdallah Sima could make his debut for Stoke, but fellow new signing Demeaco Duhaney (an ex-Terrier) is unlikely to feature. Huddersfield forward Danny Ward (hip) will be assessed. Danel Sinani’s minutes might also be managed after his exploits with Luxembourg. SWANSEA v HULL Swansea boss Russell Martin could include new signings Rhys Williams, Olivier Ntcham and Michael Obafemi in his squad. Hull forward Mallik Wilks (calf) will return to contention, but striker Josh Magennis (hip) will be assessed. George Moncur is back from a ban. WEST BROM v MILLWALL West Brom have been dealt a big injury blow, with the news that Dara O’Shea faces a lengthy spell on the sidelines after fracturing his ankle. New signing Kean Bryan could make his debut. Millwall quartet Ryan Leonard, Mason Bennett, Shaun Hutchinson and Danny McNamara may return. NOTTINGHAM FOR v CARDIFF TOMORROW: Forest could field a handful of debutants, with Max Lowe, Djed Spence, Xande Silva and Rodrigo Ely all in contention. Kieffer Moore is expected to lead the line for Cardiff. The striker was forced to miss out for Wales due to coronavirus-related reasons. he’s NOT WARN OUT YET SAYS SOL Bamba tips veteran boss Neil to carry on working Sol Bamba predicts Middlesbrough boss Neil Warnock will still be working at 75. Following Roy Hodgson’s retirement earlier this year, Warnock is the oldest manager in England at 72. And across the world only a handful, including Dick Advocaat – now in charge of Iraq – and Albania coach Edoardo Reja, were born before Warnock. But Bamba, who is still playing just months before his 37th birthday, is in no doubt that his boss has plenty of years left in the tank. “Neil has the drive and passion of a man half his age,” said the former Ivory Coast international, who joined Boro after his Cardiff contract expired last season. “I honestly don’t know where he gets his energy from. “There’s certainly no sign of him slowing down or losing his enthusiasm. “I know he says this will be his final season but he says that every year. It ■■ by IAN MURTAGH wouldn’t surprise me at all if he’s still a manager when he’s 75.” Warnock takes his Boro side to Coventry looking for a first win in four games. Bamba has made only one substitute appearance so far but is keen to play a role. He said: “Initially, I asked Neil if I could train here because I’d moved the family back to Leeds and after watching me, he said he’d like to give me another chance. “I’m doing a bit of coaching with the Academy but first and foremost I see myself as a player and believe I still have plenty to offer. “I’m keen to break into management myself and right now, I’m approaching the end of one career and at the beginning of another journey. “I’ll always be grateful to Neil for giving me this opportunity. I may be biased but he’s a fantastic guy and our friendship goes beyond football.” jay is big on baggies Jayson Molumby says that he has ■■ by dave armitage joined West Brom as they’re not afraid Molumby, 22, said: “This club sets its to think big. ambitions high. It’s a massive club. The Ireland midfielder is in the “I was close to signing somewhere reckoning for today’s home clash with else but as soon as West Brom were Millwall, after joining from Brighton on interested, I closed that door pretty loan. quickly and opened this one. The Baggies have taken 13 points “As a footballer you want to be from 15 under new boss Valerien Ismael successful and you want to be part of and Molumby likes the fact promotion something. isn’t a banned word around the place. “And it’s clear this club wants to win Four wins on the spin is an emphatic promotion this season. statement Albion mean business as “Other clubs would be scared to even they look for an instant Premier League mention that – but not this one because return after relegation last season. it is that big.” ■BATTLE: Molumby and Wales’ Dan James clash in a Nations League match ■OLD PALS ACT: Bamba hugs Warnock after a Premier League win for Cardiff against Bournemouth in 2019

DS1ST Saturday, September 11, 2021 The NO.1 pullout that scores EVERY time in association with 7 Rob’s Stones cold ROB DICKIE is reaping the rewards of bold moves on and off the pitch after modelling his game on John Stones. QPR’s cultured defender has caught the eye of Premier League scouts with his ability on the ball and a couple of thunderbolt goals in the Hoops unbeaten start to the season. The 25-year-old’s pathway to the top opened up when he quit boyhood club Reading and made a name for himself at League One Oxford in January 2018. Then last summer QPR boss Mark Warburton’s liking for ball-playing centre-halves convinced him to head to west London. But it was seeing Stones’ (inset) bravery and calmness on the ball that inspired Dickie. He said: “I watched John Stones when he was at Everton and I just loved how brave he was. No matter what the circumstances he always wanted the ball. “He had a period when the Everton fans were getting on his back but he still carried on trusting his process and his way of playing and I have always looked to be like that.” Leeds, Burnley, Newcastle and Wolves were all linked with giving crawley v carlisle New Crawley forward Alex Battle could make his first start for the club., but Jordan Tunnicliffe, Harry Ransom, Ludwig Francillette and Tom Dallison are all in the treatment room. Carlisle are close to full strength, with only midfielder Danny Devine (hamstring) ruled out. forest green v northampton Forest Green have no new injuries and could be unchanged, with Udoka Godwin-Malife and Elliott Whitehouse still sidelined. Northampton midfielder Shaun McWilliams is back in contention, but Joseph Mills had surgery this week to repair his fractured ankle. hartlepool v bristol r Hartlepool are without forward Tyler Burey (hamstring), who faces a lengthy spell on the sidelines. Teenager Eddy Jones, on loan from Stoke, could make his debut. Rovers have no fresh injury concerns, but winger Luke Thomas is unlikely to be fit enough to play yet. leyton orient v oldham Hector Kyprianou and Ruel Sotiriou (right) should be back in contention for Leyton Orient after Cyprus Under- 21s call-ups. Dan Happe (groin), Adam Thompson (ankle) and Paul Smyth (hamstring) remain sidelined. Oldham midfielder Dylan Bahamboula may miss out due to quarantine rules after international duty. rochdale v tranmere Rochdale’s Sam Graham and Matt Done are still out, but goalkeeper Jay Lynch is fit again. Liam Kelly is pushing for his league debut. Tranmere could hand Sunderland loanee Josh Hawkes his first start. On-loan pair Lee O’Connor and Stephen Walker are likely to feature. salford v bradford Defender Donald Love could make his Salford debut. Goalkeeper Tom King and Tyreik Wright are available after international duty. Captain Ash Eastham (Covid) is a doubt. Bradford pair Lee Angol and Abo Eisa are expected to be sidelined until October. QPR DEFENDER AS CALM AS JOHN ■■ by STEVE JUDGE Dickie a chance in the top flight this summer. That interest was intensified by goal-of-theseason contenders against Millwall in the league and Oxford in the EFL Cup. He said: “If you can beat the initial press one of the midfielders is either going to step out, and I like to think I can then pick a pass, or if they don’t you can keep on driving. “I have done it a couple of times this season and found the net.” Dickie did not celebrate his wonder strike against former club Oxford but that may not be the case if he nets for thirdplaced QPR back at his first club Reading this afternoon. Dickie added: “I am just looking forward to the game and hopefully we can get a good result.” SCUNTHORPE v EXETER SUTTON v STEVENAGE SWINDON v PORT VALE TEAM TALK Scunthorpe have defensive problems, with George Taft (knock) a doubt and Manny Onariase (ban) definitely out. Exeter forward Jevani Brown should be fit to return after a calf strain. Midfielder Harry Kite (left) will back in contention following a one-match ban, while Colin Daniel could make his bow. OMAR BUGIEL will return for Sutton following international duty with Lebanon, while Ricky Korboa is in contention to make his first league start. Max Melbourne could be handed his debut for Stevenage, while fellow ex-Lincoln player Bruno Andrade is pushing for a starting berth. Forward Alex Gilbert could make his first start for Swindon, while Kaine Kesler Hayden and Jonny Williams are back from international dut. Former Doncaster defender Danny Amos could make his debut for Port Vale. Fellow new boy George Lloyd could be in line for his league bow. WALSALL v MANSFIELD Walsall will be without captain Joss Labadie (ban), while fellow midfielder Rory Holden (knee) and striker Conor Wilkinson (hamstring) face spells on the sidelines. On-loan Stags defender Rollin Menayese cannot face his parent club. Mansfield will be without suspended duo Ollie Clarke (right) and Stephen Quinn, while James Perch (head) is out. ■WIDE RANGER OF PASSING: QPR defender Dickie has been hailed for his ability on the ball Mitro’s a Silva star ■■ by HECTOR NUNNS Aleksandar Mitrovic has put his season from hell behind him – and looks a player reborn for Fulham under Marco Silva. The striker scored just three Premier League goals last term as the Cottagers were relegated once again to the second tier. But Mitrovic has already scored four goals this term to help fire Fulham to the top ahead of today’s trip to Blackpool. Silva said: “What I can tell you about Mitro is that from the very first day I arrived at this club he showed to me he wants to be here. “He wants to be part of the project and be 100 per cent involved in the fight we have ahead of us. “I’m here to demand things from him, but also to give the confidence he needs. All strikers need that – not just Mitro.” Fulham have come flying out of the blocks but hard taskmaster Silva cannot resist pointing out the single opening-day draw with Middlesbrough as a blemish on the scorecard. He added: “It isn’t a perfect start – because we didn’t win the first match. “In any job, football as well, achieving perfection is almost impossible. “But that is our aim, to work towards achieving that even if you know how hard it is to do, to win all your games in this league.” BURTON v GILLIINGHAM CAMBRIDGE v LINCOLN TEAM TALK Burton will be without John Brayford (ban), Michael Mancienne (hamstring), Jacob Maddox, Deji Oshilaja (both ankle) and Sam Hughes (knee). Gillingham midfielder Alex MacDonald could make his first start of the season. Jack Lankester could make his league debut for Cambridge, while Jubril Okedina (ankle) returns. Lincoln will be without Teddy Bishop (knock) and Lewis Montsma (illness) is a doubt. Chris Maguire (calf) should be in the squad for the first time. CHARLTON v CHELTENHAM Loan signing Harry Arter could be in line for his second Charlton bow while Pape Souare could also be set for his debut. Cheltenham are still without on-loan Christian Norton (groin), but Kyle Vassell could be fit. IPSWICH v BOLTON Ipswich pair George Edmundson and Christian Walton may make their bows, but Sam Morsy (ban) and Kyle Edwards (knock) are out. Bolton midfielder Josh Sheehan is expected to return, along with Will Aimson and Declan John. MK DONS v PORTSMOUTH Hiram Boateng is pushing to start for MK, Mo Eisa faces a fitness test and Troy Parrott returns from international duty. Gavin Bazunu, Ronan Curtis, Joe Morrell and Miguel Azeez return from for Pompey. MORECAMBE v AFC WIMBLEDON Morecambe could welcome back Jokull Andresson and Josh McPake following their time with Iceland and Scotland, respectively. Wimbledon boss Mark Robinson will be without Paul Osew (ankle) and Dan Csoka (shoulder). OXFORD v WYCOMBE Oxford will be without Marcus McGuane (thigh) but Billy Bodin could be back in contention. Sam Long (knock) could be a doubt. Wycombe midfielder Anis Mehmeti starts a three-game suspension. PLYMOUTH v SHEFFIELD WED PLYMOUTH are poised to welcome back former Owls midfielder Danny Mayor (thigh). Niall Ennis (hamstring) is out, but James Wilson (ban) returns. Saido Berahino is poised to make his debut for the Owls, while Sam Hutchinson (Achilles) is fit. ROTHERHAM v FLEETWOOD Chiedozie Ogbene (hamstring) could return for Rotherham, but Mickel Miller will be absent through suspension. New Fleetwood signing Joe Garner is unlikely to start due to a lack of match fitness. Brad Halliday (knee) is likely to miss the rest of the season. SHREWSBURY v CREWE SHREWS midfielder David Davis returns after a one-match ban. Shaun Whalley and Ryan Bowman are both pressing for recalls. Crewe could give a debut to new signings J’Neil Bennett and Madger Gomes. Chris Long has been stepping up his recovery from a knee problem. SUNDERLAND v ACCRINGTON Thorben Hoffmann and Leon Dajaku could be handed debuts for Sunderland after arriving on loan from Germany. Accrington boss John Coleman will have James Trafford and Dion Charles back in contention after their return from international duty. WIGAN v DONCASTER Wigan boss Leam Richardson could include deadline-day signings Joe Bennett, Jason Kerr and Curtis Tilt in his squad. Doncaster could hand league debuts to winger Rodrigo Vilca and former Wigan player Joe Dodoo, but Ben Blythe has tested positive for Covid-19.

8 Saturday, September 11, 2021 seriously football (3pm unless stated) TODAY Arsenal v Norwich....................................... Brentford v Brighton.................................... Chelsea v A Villa (5.30pm, Sky Sports)...... C Palace v Tottenham (12.30pm, BT Sport) Leicester v Man City.................................... Man United v Newcastle............................. Southampton v West Ham.......................... Watford v Wolves......................................... TOMORROW Leeds v Liverpool (4.30pm, Sky Sports).... MONDAY Everton v Burnley (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 Tottenham 3 3 0 0 3 0 9 West Ham 3 2 1 0 10 5 7 Man Utd 3 2 1 0 7 2 7 Chelsea 3 2 1 0 6 1 7 Liverpool 3 2 1 0 6 1 7 Everton 3 2 1 0 7 3 7 Man City 3 2 0 1 10 1 6 Brighton 3 2 0 1 4 3 6 Leicester 3 2 0 1 4 5 6 Brentford 3 1 2 0 3 1 5 Aston Villa 3 1 1 1 5 4 4 Watford 3 1 0 2 3 5 3 Southampton 3 0 2 1 4 6 2 Crystal Palace 3 0 2 1 2 5 2 Leeds 3 0 2 1 4 8 2 Burnley 3 0 1 2 2 5 1 Newcastle 3 0 1 2 4 8 1 Wolves 3 0 0 3 0 3 0 Norwich 3 0 0 3 1 10 0 Arsenal 3 0 0 3 0 9 0 SATURDAY Showdown LAST TIME THEY MET In the Premier League at Old Trafford, February 21, 2021 Man UNited 3 (Rashford 30, James 57, Fernandes pen 75) Newcastle 1 (Saint-Maximin 36) MANCHESTER UNITED (4-2-3-1): De Gea; Wan-Bissaka, Lindelof, Maguire, Shaw; Matic, Fred; James (Mata 88), Fernandes, Rashford (Shoretire 88); Martial (Greenwood 70). Subs: Henderson, Bailly, Diallo, Telles, Williams, Tuanzebe. NEWCASTLE (4-3-1-2): Darlow; Krafth, Lascelles, Clark, Lewis; Willock, Hayden, Shelvey; Almiron (Gayle 79); Joelinton (Fraser 55), Saint-Maximin (Murphy 77). Subs: Dubravka, Dummett, Carroll, Ritchie, Hendrick, Murphy, S Longstaff. REFeree: PAUL TIERNEY P W D L F A Pts Fulham 5 4 1 0 13 3 13 West Brom 5 4 1 0 12 5 13 QPR 5 3 2 0 11 5 11 Huddersfield 5 3 1 1 9 7 10 Stoke 5 3 1 1 7 6 10 Bournemouth 5 2 3 0 8 5 9 Coventry 5 3 0 2 5 5 9 *Birmingham 5 2 2 1 7 3 8 Cardiff 5 2 2 1 9 6 8 Blackburn 5 2 2 1 7 6 8 Bristol City 5 2 1 2 7 7 7 Luton 5 2 1 2 6 8 7 Middlesbrough 5 1 3 1 6 6 6 Barnsley 5 1 3 1 5 5 6 *Derby 5 1 3 1 4 4 6 Preston 5 2 0 3 6 8 6 Millwall 5 1 2 2 6 8 5 Hull 5 1 1 3 4 7 4 Peterborough 5 1 1 3 4 8 4 Swansea 5 1 1 3 4 8 4 Reading 5 1 0 4 7 13 3 Blackpool 5 0 2 3 4 8 2 Sheff Utd 5 0 2 3 1 7 2 Nottm Forest 5 0 1 4 4 8 1 *Not including last night’s match (all 3pm) TODAY Blackburn v Luton....................................... Blackpool v Fulham..................................... Bournemouth v Barnsley............................ Bristol City v Preston.................................. Coventry v Middlesbrough......................... Reading v QPR............................................. Sheffield United v Peterborough................ Stoke v Huddersfield................................... Swansea v Hull............................................ West Brom v Millwall................................... TOMORROW N Forest v Cardiff (2.30pm, Sky Sports).... P W D L F A Pts Sunderland 5 4 0 1 8 4 12 Accrington 6 4 0 2 6 5 12 Burton 6 3 2 1 5 5 11 Sheff Wed 5 3 1 1 5 1 10 Wigan 5 3 1 1 6 3 10 Portsmouth 5 3 1 1 4 1 10 Wycombe 5 3 1 1 8 6 10 Oxford Utd 6 3 1 2 9 8 10 AFC Wimbledon 6 2 3 1 11 9 9 MK Dons 6 2 3 1 11 9 9 Rotherham 5 3 0 2 5 3 9 Bolton 6 2 3 1 9 8 9 Cambridge 5 2 2 1 7 4 8 Plymouth 5 2 2 1 6 4 8 Morecambe 5 2 1 2 6 5 7 Cheltenham 6 1 3 2 8 10 6 Gillingham 5 1 2 2 5 6 5 Fleetwood 5 1 1 3 5 7 4 Charlton 5 1 1 3 4 6 4 Lincoln 5 1 1 3 4 7 4 Ipswich 5 0 3 2 8 10 3 Shrewsbury 6 1 0 5 2 9 3 Crewe 5 0 1 4 1 7 1 Doncaster 5 0 1 4 1 7 1 (all 3pm) TODAY Burton v Gillingham..................................... Cambridge v Lincoln................................... Charlton v Cheltenham............................... Ipswich v Bolton.......................................... MK Dons v Portsmouth............................... Morecambe v AFC Wimbledon................... Oxford v Wycombe...................................... Plymouth v Sheff Wed................................. Rotherham v Fleetwood.............................. Shrewsbury v Crewe................................... Sunderland v Accrington............................ Wigan v Doncaster...................................... P W D L F A Pts *Harrogate 5 4 1 0 11 5 13 Forest Green 6 4 1 1 13 8 13 Bradford 6 3 2 1 10 7 11 Swindon 6 3 2 1 7 4 11 Northampton 5 3 1 1 5 3 10 Leyton Orient 6 2 3 1 9 6 9 Hartlepool 5 3 0 2 7 5 9 Carlisle 6 2 3 1 6 5 9 *Barrow 6 2 2 2 8 6 8 Rochdale 6 2 2 2 10 9 8 Tranmere 6 2 2 2 2 2 8 Stevenage 6 2 2 2 6 7 8 Exeter 6 1 4 1 5 5 7 Mansfield 6 2 1 3 8 10 7 *Newport 5 2 1 2 5 7 7 Bristol Rovers 6 2 1 3 5 9 7 Port Vale 6 1 3 2 5 5 6 *Colchester 5 1 3 1 4 4 6 Scunthorpe 6 1 3 2 4 7 6 Salford 6 1 2 3 6 6 5 Walsall 6 1 2 3 4 8 5 Crawley 5 1 1 3 5 9 4 Oldham 6 1 0 5 4 10 3 Sutton Utd 4 0 2 2 3 5 2 *Not including last night’s match (all 3pm) TODAY Crawley v Carlisle........................................ Forest Green v Northampton...................... Hartlepool v Bristol Rovers........................ Leyton Orient v Oldham.............................. Rochdale v Tranmere.................................. Salford v Bradford....................................... Scunthorpe v Exeter.................................... Sutton v Stevenage..................................... Swindon v Port Vale.................................... Walsall v Mansfield...................................... P W D L F A Pts Dag & Red 4 3 1 0 11 5 10 Chesterfield 4 3 1 0 8 2 10 Boreham Wood 4 3 1 0 4 0 10 Notts County 4 2 2 0 10 4 8 Grimsby 3 2 1 0 5 3 7 Woking 3 2 0 1 8 4 6 Wrexham 4 1 3 0 7 5 6 Altrincham 3 2 0 1 6 5 6 FC Halifax 4 2 0 2 6 5 6 Yeovil 3 2 0 1 4 3 6 Maidenhead Utd 4 2 0 2 8 8 6 Weymouth 4 2 0 2 7 7 6 Southend 4 1 2 1 3 3 5 Stockport County 4 1 2 1 2 3 5 Bromley 3 1 1 1 7 6 4 King’s Lynn Town 4 1 1 2 5 7 4 Torquay 4 1 1 2 6 11 4 Solihull Moors 3 0 2 1 6 7 2 Wealdstone 4 0 2 2 3 6 2 Eastleigh 3 0 1 2 3 8 1 Barnet 4 0 1 3 4 12 1 Aldershot 4 0 0 4 3 8 0 Dover 3 0 0 3 2 6 -12 (3pm unless stated) TODAY Aldershot v Solihull Moors......................... Barnet v Eastleigh...................................... Bromley v Boreham Wood......................... Dover v Chesterfield................................... FC Halifax v Southend................................ King’s Lynn v Dag & Red (5.30pm, BT Sport). Stockport v Yeovil....................................... Torquay v Grimsby...................................... Wealdstone v Altrincham........................... Weymouth v Notts County......................... Wrexham v Woking.....................................

Britain’s number one racing pullout DS1ST Saturday, September 11, 2021 in association with StarForm Emperor looks ready to take St Leger crown ■■ by JASON HEAVEY OTTOMAN EMPEROR (3.35) can spring a surprise today by ruling supreme in the Cazoo St Leger. Trainer Johnny Murtagh failed to win the oldest Classic as a rider but he can snare the Group One prize at Doncaster this afternoon. Derby third Hurricane Lane is the odds-on favourite on the strength of two subsequent Group One victories. He looks pretty bombproof although he is yet to prove himself over 1m 6f and looks short enough in the betting. Ottoman Emperor has improved rapidly since landing a Cork maiden in April. Victories at Gowran Park and Navan were followed by success in Goodwood’s Gordon Stakes, and Ben Coen’s mount promises to relish the Leger trip. Interpretation (10-1) and The Mediterranean (18-1) both hold each-way claims for Aidan O’Brien. Tipping special: pages 2-3 ■ MAIN MAN: Ottoman Emperor can land today’s Classic for Johnny Murtagh (below) GRAND THEFT OTTO Inside STRAD ALL OVER Frankie toys with Cup rivals PAGE 3 TELLY fancies The Couch takes on the bookies PAGE 2 HOT DOGS Hobbsy’s top tips at the track PAGE 11 1

2 Saturday, September 11, 2021 StarForm DS1ST britain’s number one STAR: Wonderful Tonight Arc hope Tonight is retired ■■ by CHRIS GOULDING LEADING Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe hope Wonderful Tonight has been retired after fracturing her leg on the gallops yesterday morning. The David Menuisiertrained mare had been expected to run in tomorrow’s Prix Foy at Longchamp before lining up in next month’s Arc. “She did her final piece of work this morning and was due to go tomorrow morning first thing to France,” said Menuisier at his Pulborough stables in West Sussex. “She cooled down fine, and it wasn’t until two and a half hours later that she couldn’t put her foot on the ground. “The vets took an x-ray and she has a little condylar fracture in her fetlock, so it is game over. “I’m just thankful we had her for the time we did. I’m taking her to the hospital this afternoon and I’m just relieved we can save her.” The mare, successful in the Prix de Royallieu at Longchamp and the Fillies & Mares Stakes at Ascot last season along with this year’s Hardwicke at Royal Ascot, propelled her talented trainer into the spotlight when carrying the silks of music industry executive Chris Wright. “It just shows how fragile they are,” added Menuisier. “She was in great form and we were just waiting to see if they got any rain at Longchamp before we made the final decision. Now fate has decided for us. “She’ll be a lovely broodmare and that’s all we can think of really – that and the good times that she gave us. “Words fail me, they really do.” IVOR’S IN A HURRI Speedster can deliver Donny delight for in-form Haggas IMAGING DGGDGD DGDGDGDG VIEW FROM THE COUCH By Mark Winstanley WILLIAM Haggas has his horses in great heart, which leads me to believe HURRICANE IVOR (1.45) is a corking each-way wager in the Portland Handicap over five and a half furlongs at Doncaster. This beast was third of 22 on his last start at York over this afternoon’s unique trip when rated 102, so he will surely trouble the judge off the same ledge today. He is drawn in stall five, so the top weight will get a lovely tow into the race from habitual front-runner Digital, who is set to break from trap two. ALOUNAK (2.00) was third of 20 in the ultra-competitive Ebor over a mile and six furlongs off a mark of 108, so the very talented David Probert will be keen to utilise his mount’s stamina when he rocks up in the mile-and-a-half Listed Tote+ Stand Cup at Chester. At the age of six, the ex-German Pferd is better than ever, and Andrew Balding boasts a cracking record with his runners on the Roodee. There is a disappointing turnout for the Group Two Champagne Stakes over seven furlongs at Doncaster, with only four youngsters taking up the cudgels. Last month’s Gimcrack hero Lusail has to prove he stays this longer trip and has a 3lb penalty to carry, so my money is going on REACH FOR THE MOON (2.20). Her Majesty’s son of Sea The Stars bounded up the Sandown hill to oblige by four wickets in the Group Three Solario Stakes last month over this afternoon’s journey, so rest assured Frankie Dettori will ensure a decent clip to expose any stamina doubts about his main rival. Ian Williams has gone to the trouble of booking David Probert for MANCINI (2.35) in the Homeserve Handicap over and a mile and six IMAGING DGGDGD DGDGDGDG furlongs at Chester, which means I will be backing the evergreen seven-year-old. This veteran was narrowly beaten on his last spin at this frying pan track three weeks ago when racing off a perch of 87, so he must go very adjacent again off a revised rating of 89. Mancini loves to call the tune from the front, and I can envisage his brilliant pilot making every post a winning one. Jim Crowley took a nasty tumble on Town Moor in the opener on Wednesday and missed the rest of his rides on the card and yesterday, so the jockey will be desperate to get his leg over LANEQASH (3.00) in the Group Two Cazoo Park Stakes run over seven furlongs at Doncaster. This highly-regarded son of Cable Bay ran a stormer on his first outing for 294 days when chasing home ■NAK ATTACK: Alounak has a big chance at Chester Sacred in a similar affair run over this afternoon’s trip at Newbury four weeks ago. A decent paddock judge informed me Roger Varian’s three-year-old was carrying more condition than Luke Shaw, so with that run under his belt, Hamdan Al Maktoum’s home-bred looks the best bet of the afternoon. HURRICANE LANE (3.35) is rated 120, which means he would be giving 6lb and upwards to his nine rivals in the Cazoo St Leger if the Doncaster Classic was a handicap. Charlie Appleby’s Irish Derby hero is out of a mare, Gale Force, who landed a Listed race at Saint-Cloud over two miles, so this Frankel offspring will have no problems with today’s longer distance of an extended mile and six furlongs, and his stable remains in fantastic form. ■GALE FORCE: Hurricane Ivor should be backed in the Portland Handicap

DS1ST Saturday, September 11, 2021 3 PULLOUT FOR BIG WINNERS in association with ■SAME AGAIN: Stone Of Destiny and Alignak (below) are both bidding to follow up in races they won last year ■EASY WORK: Stradivarius lands the Doncaster Cup SUPER STRAD on song in destiny IMAGING DGGDGD DGDGDGDG calling by JASON HEAVEY IT seems like fate that STONE OF DESTINY (1.45) rocks up in the Portland Handicap again. The sprinter showed his rivals a clean pair of hooves to win this famous old Doncaster race 12 months ago. And he has every chance of doing it again as he appears to be coming into form at just the right time. Andrew Balding’s speedster has been keeping Group company for most of this campaign and was not disgraced in the King’s Stand Stakes or behind Suesa at Glorious Goodwood. He really caught the eye last Saturday when a close fifth to Mondammej at Haydock. And that run can be marked up as he raced away from the pace against the far rail at the business end of the contest. He ran a blinder and looks primed for another huge performance today. The Queen may have a serious Derby Portland repeat is written in the stars for sprint ace contender in REACH FOR THE MOON (2.20) so he will have to do the business in the Champagne Stakes against just three rivals to confirm his reputation. The form of his demolition of Harrow at Newbury was boosted at Doncaster earlier this week and his sauntering success in the Solario at Sandown suggests he is getting better and better. LANEQASH (3.00) ran a stormer on his belated seasonal return when second to Sacred in the Hungerford Stakes and he should land the Cazoo Park Stakes. The card kicks off with a decent nursery and THUNDER LEGEND (1.15, nap) looks on a nice racing weight. He bolted up at Hamilton in a maiden and can take advantage of the weight he gets from Fall Of Rome and La Pulga. ALIGNAK (2.00) won the Tote+ Stand Cup a year ago and is fancied to grab the spoils again in the big race at Chester. It is his first run of the season but he won first time out last term. The ITV cameras are also at Chester for the Homeserve Handicap, where NUITS ST GEORGES (2.35) has a great chance of regaining the winning thread. He needs to get his toe in and will appreciate the rain that fell yesterday on the Roodee. He can see off Hochfeld, who always runs well at the track. cup stroll STRADIVARIUS did not require the prayers of the by CHRIS monks – 10 lads dressed in fancy dress on a stag party GOULDING at the racecourse – when cruising to victory in the option of running the Doncaster Cup yesterday. seven-year-old in the Prix With two furlongs to du Cadran in France and run, the old warrior was the Qipco British cantering in the hands of Champions Long Distance Frankie Dettori, who was Cup at Ascot. But he looking between his legs pointed out it will be one and over his shoulder for or the other – not both. non-existent dangers. Dettori was also quick to In a matter of strides the express his delight. race was over despite The star jockey said: Jamie Spencer and “What a horse! He’s a joy to Rodrigo Diaz, the fourth ride. He just loves his home, trying their best to racing, and that’s one of knock Stradivarius off a the easiest races he’s had straight course. for a long time.” “He’s a phenomenon,” Interestingly, owner said John Gosden (below) Bjorn Nielsen remarked: who shares the training “The reaction from the with his son Thady. crowd makes me feel “He senses a horse like I should keep coming to him him going next and plays cat and year.” mouse with Earlier on the them now. card, Caturra “I couldn’t put himself in have been more thrilled with him. line for next I’m sorry the other season’s top horse (Trueshan, ruled sprinting honours out because of the firm after taking the Wainwright ground) didn’t run but Flying Childers Stakes in maybe we’ll meet one day. the hands of Adam Kirby. “Frankie’s ride in the Winning trainer Clive Gold Cup (when fourth to Cox said: “I’ve never had a Subjectivist) wasn’t his sprinter with such a sober greatest. The winner was approach. He had a lay mighty impressive and the down at the races when he sad thing for me in the arrived here today.” year is that we couldn’t Richard Hannon, run at Goodwood, because responsible for runner up he adores Goodwood. Armor, introduced a smart “His enthusiasm is there prospect in Thunder Max, 100 per cent and I can winner of the opening assure everyone who loves Coopers Maiden Stakes. him that the moment it’s “I’d hoped he’d be a nice not there he will be retired. horse, but I didn’t know,” “Until that day comes, said Hannon after Rossa which he will tell us, he Ryan partnered the colt to will race.” victory. “He’s not a flashy Gosden now has the horse at home.”

4 Saturday, September 11, 2021 StarForm Ed eyes Ascot Ed Walker hopes the weather is kind at Ascot next month to give Starman a chance to atone for his agonising defeat in Haydock’s Unibet Sprint Cup. The trainer (right) said “it was a tough one to take” – but was still proud of his horse, who went within a head last weekend of adding to his impressive victory in the July Cup. All roads lead to Ascot for the Qipco British Champions Sprint on October 16 – as long as the ■■ by JASON HEAVEY ground is not too demanding. Starman could not handle the testing conditions in 2020 and was well beaten in the sixfurlong showpiece behind Glen Shiel. “We’re all licking our wounds a bit,” said Walker, reflecting on Starman’s near miss at Haydock. “It was a tough one to take – he ran a huge race but unfortunately he didn’t quite get rolling in time to peg back Emaraaty Ana.” REDHOTBOOKIEBASHER SUPERBWINNERSMONTHAFTERMONTH FROMMYWELCONECTEDCONTACTS BIGWINNINGDAY>LINEDUPTODAY Cal09061749389 Lineupdatesat 10amand4pmdaily Linesupdatedat10am&4pmdaily.Calswilcost£1.50perminuteplusyourtelephonecompany’snetworkaccess charge.SP:Spoke.Helpdesk03332023390.BookieBashermaycontactyoubySMSwithofers-Tooptinto receivingadviceandinformationtextBBYESsendto84902(networkchargeonlyapplies) MUSSELBURGH JASON HEAVEY lingfield DS1ST 3.30 HANDICAP Class 6 1m (14 runners) £2,592 1 (7) 6411 TYCHE (22)(A)(P) B Ellison 4 9 7................................H Russell (3) 67 2 (2) 3105 BAWAADER (40)(G) D Thompson 6 9 6........................JP Sullivan 65 3 (5) 3536 SHINE ON BRENDAN (42) Harvey Bastiman 4 9 3...P Mulrennan 66 4 (11) 0316 HAVANA GO (15)(D,G,S) I Jardine 6 9 3...........................A Mullen 66 5 (14) 46L5 CHINESE SPIRIT (10)(C,D3,G,S) Miss L Perratt 7 9 2.........G Lee 66 6 (13) 4200 IRISH EILEEN (40)(T) M & D Easterby 4 9 2... Joanna Mason (3) ★68 7 (1) 0600 LUKOUTOLDMAKEZEBAK (33)(D2,A,S)(P) D Thompson 8 9 1 L Edmunds 63 8 (8) 0332 CLOTHERHOLME (18)(BF)(H,P) Mrs A Duffield 4 9 1......... S Gray 64 9 (3) 1406 LUCKY VIOLET (18)(CD2,C,D2,G)(H) L Perratt 9 8 13....B Robinson 66 10 (10) 0440 BEECHWOOD EMILY (22)(A)(B*) K Dalgleish 3 8 13... C Rodriguez 66 11 (9) 0000 EARN YOUR STRIPES (16)(T) R M Smith 3 8 12....Miss A Waugh (5) 65 12 (6) 005L JUNGLE BOOK (32)(P,T) Liam Bailey 4 8 12...................P Dennis 60 13 (4) 3000 SUGARPIEHONEYBUNCH (22) S G West 3 8 9............... A Elliott 66 14 (12) 505L TRISTAN DA CUNHA (36) K Dalgleish 3 8 8.....................S James 59 LONG HANDICAP: Jungle Book 8-11. Star Betting: 11-4 Tyche, 5 Clotherholme, 7 Havana Go, 8 Bawaader, Shine On Brendan, 10 Lucky Violet, 12 others. 2020: Rosemay 6 8 10, P J McDonald 11-2 (R M Smith), drawn (2), 13 ran. STARFORM: CLOTHERHOLME Danger: Tyche 4.00 EDINBURGH GIN HANDICAP Class 4 7f (8 runners) £4,752 1 (6) 6215 GOMETRA GINTY (22)(CD2,C2,D2,G,S)(P) K Dalgleish 5 9 12 C Rodriguez 84 2 (5) 0030 NEWBOLT (49)(D,A,G) K Frost 4 9 12................................... S Gray 80 3 (3) 64L0 FRED (24)(D5,A,G,S) M Johnston 4 9 12........................... A Elliott ★88 4 (7) 3043 SHAWAAMEKH (15)(D3,G,S)(T) D Carroll 7 9 10......P Mulrennan 85 5 (2) LL5L THREE SAINTS BAY (36)(CD,D3,G,S) L Bailey 6 9 7.. D Tudhope 79 6 (8) L314 OSO RAPIDO (7)(CD,D,G) R Fell 4 9 7................................R Scott 86 7 (1) 32L0 TOMMY TITTLEMOUSE (29)(S)(P,T*) B Ellison 3 9 0...B Robinson 87 8 (4) -L25 GLINBURY (16) R Fahey 3 8 12..................................... T Hamilton 83 Star Betting: 9-4 Oso Rapido, 7-2 Shawaamekh, 4 Gometra Ginty, 5 Glinbury, 10 Fred, 12 Tommy Tittlemouse, 16 others. 2020: No corresponding race. STARFORM: NEWBOLT Danger: Oso Rapido 3.05 MANSIONBET FILLIES’ HANDICAP Class 5 1m 4f (10 runners) £3,240 1 (2) 54-0 ROSE GREY (15) M Wigham 4 9 12.............................C Shepherd 72 2 (6) 6L40 SWALLOWDALE (17)(C,A) J Portman 3 9 7......................R Havlin 66 3 (9) 5200 HONOURS (93) H Dunlop 3 9 5...........................................L Morris 66 4 (1) -553 KINDERFRAU (17) B Johnson 3 9 5................................... C Fallon 69 5 (5) 4106 THERMAL (2)(C,D,A,S) G L Moore 5 9 5............A Voikhansky (7) 73 6 (7) 40-3 LOVE POEMS (21) Dr J Scargill 4 9 5.............................R Coakley ★74 7 (8) 1324 LIVIA THE EMPRESS (40)(A,S) G Scott 3 9 4.............. D Muscutt 72 8 (3) 655 COLONIAL LOVE (26)(H) H Palmer 3 9 3..........................N Callan 66 9 (4) 434 ICONIQUE (25) C Fellowes 3 9 1.....................................L Steward 68 10 (10) 4444 MARSDEN CROSS (39) Sir M Todd 3 9 1.........................C Bishop 69 Star Betting: 7-2 Livia The Empress, 4 Colonial Love, 5 Kinderfrau, 7 Iconique, 8 Love Poems, 10 Thermal, 12 others. 2020: No corresponding meeting. STARFORM Colonial Love 14-1 (8-11) Held up in last, headway out wide over 2f out, plugged on final furlong, 5th of 7, 10l behind Candleford (9-2) at Windsor 1m 2f (5) in Aug. Kinderfrau 33-1 (9-4) Held up and behind, headway on inside over 2f out, kept on never, 3rd of 11, 1 3/4l behind Summertime Romance (9-7) at Kempton 1m 4f flls hcp (0-70) (3yo+) (5) pol in Aug. Livia The Empress 9-2 (9-2) Prominent, ridden 2f out, kept on, 4th of 8, 7l behind Trinity Girl (9-10) at Newcastle 1m 4f flls hcp (0-70) (3yo+) (5) in Aug. Iconique 10-1 (8-12) Raced wide tracked leaders, pushed along over 2f out, kept on same pace, 4th of 6, 11l behind Heartbreaker (9-7) at Wolverhampton 1m 4f (5) in Aug. STARFORM: COLONIAL LOVE Danger: Kinderfrau 3.40 Tyche Oso Rapido Coaxing Beltane Sam’s Call Bellevue Lad Cool Dandy Arch Moon STAR TIP Bawaader Newbolt Mythical Molly Roach Power Aleef His Pride Garnock Valley Line Of Descent GOING: GOOD - GOOD TO SOFT IN PLACES PLACEPOT FirST SIX RACES TRACKFACTS Oval right-hand quite sharp track of one mile two furlongs with a run-in of four furlongs. Basically flat with low numbers best when the stalls are on the stand side. Stalls today 5f Stands Side; Remainder Inside. TOP TRAINERS (with runners) K Dalgleish 60 winners, (12.5% strike rate), -£83.45, R Fahey 41, (18.2%), +£39.39. TOP JOCKEYS (with mounts) Graham Lee 25 winners, (14.2% strike rate), -£1.90, Paul Mulrennan 24, (12.7%), -£77.76. JASON HEAVEY Kinderfrau Mekong Wadacre Gogo (trb) Trans Montana Maysong Commit No Nuisance Shining Success 3.30 4.00 4.35 5.05 5.40 6.15 6.50 7.20 3.05 3.40 4.10 4.45 5.20 5.50 6.25 GOING: STANDARD PLACEPOT FirST SIX RACES STAR TIP Colonial Love Fancy Man Wadacre Gogo Alkhansa Byzantia Mobarhin Aramis Grey TRACKFACTS (Turf) Left-handed course, 1m 4f round with a 3f run-in. There is a straight course of 7f where a high draw is an advantage to grab the rail. (AW) Polytrack surface. Lefthanded course, 1m 2f round with a 2f run-in. The draw is of little advantage but a fast start is essential. Stalls today 1m Outside; Remainder Inside. TOP TRAINERS (with runners) R Hannon 89 winners, (15.9% strike rate), -£26.50, M Johnston 85, (20.6%), +£13.85, G L Moore 51, (12.2%), -£90.79, S Dow 41, (11.4%), -£37.51. MANSIONBET EBF CONDITIONS STAKES Class 3 1m 4f (4 runners) £8,370 1 (1) 5052 BUGLE MAJOR (8)(A) R Hughes 6 9 3......................... P Cosgrave 103 2 (4) -500 MEKONG (168)(A,S) J Osborne 6 9 3......................S Osborne (5) 107 3 (2) -L14 WOLF HUNTER (12)(D,A,F,G) James Moon (JER) 5 9 3 ....................................................................... Elisha Whittington (5) 25 4 (3) 3322 FANCY MAN (14)(BF,S) R Hannon 3 8 9........................ S M Levey ★118 Star Betting: 1-3 Fancy Man, 9-2 Mekong, 6 Bugle Major, 66 Wolf Hunter. number one FOR RACING 4.35 VISIT RACINGTV.COM NURSERY Class 6 2YO 5f (12 runners) £2,592 1 (8) 4163 JUST A CLAIM (25)(D,G) R Fell 9 11...................................R Scott 67 2 (12) 0204 MYTHICAL MOLLY (22) B Ellison 9 9.......................... B Robinson 71 3 (3) 33L0 TINKERSTAR (11)(P) Phillip Makin 9 8......................... T Hamilton ★72 4 (10) 3640 HONORAH (33) A Keatley 9 7............................... Ryan Sexton (7) 70 5 (2) 3006 TEXAS MAN (13) P Midgley 9 6.................................P Mulrennan 70 6 (9) 0L52 COAXING (18) T D Barron 9 6..................................................G Lee 68 7 (6) 635 HATSHEPSUT (32)(H*) R Cowell 9 4.............................DOUBTFUL 67 8 (5) 4553 HOT DIGGITY DOG (18)(BF)(V) K Dalgleish 9 4........C Rodriguez 67 9 (11) L66L JUSUMI (18) K Burke 9 1.....................................................S James 66 10 (1) 0440 WONDROUS THINGS (11) T Easterby 8 9........................P Dennis 68 11 (4) 04L5 ELEGANT EMBRACE (18)(P) N Tinkler 8 3......................A Mullen 64 12 (7) 0LL HARWOOD LADY (14) R Menzies 8 3...........................JP Sullivan 27 Star Betting: 11-4 Coaxing, 3 Hot Diggity Dog, 5 Mythical Molly, 6 Just A Claim, 12 Texas Man, 14 Jusumi, 16 others. 2020: Catherine’s Girl 8 3, Andrew Mullen 14-1 (Mrs A Duffield), drawn (4), 8 ran. STARFORM: HOT DIGGITY DOG Danger: Coaxing 5.05 EBF NOVICE STAKES (GBB RACE) Class 4 2YO 7f (6 runners) £5,400 1 (2) 34 ANIMATO (17) D O’Meara 9 5........................................ D Tudhope 82 2 (1) 322 BELTANE (13)(BF) K Dalgleish 9 5..............................C Rodriguez ★87 3 (6) 434 FREDDY ROBINSON (49) B Ellison 9 5....................... B Robinson 80 4 (3) 2 ROACH POWER (16) T Easterby 9 5.............................JP Sullivan 74 5 (5) 4320 SHALADAR (23)(P) K Ryan 9 5.............................................. S Gray 81 6 (4) DUNGAR GLORY A Keatley 9 0......................................L Edmunds — Star Betting: 13-8 Beltane, 7-2 Roach Power, 5 Shaladar, Animato, 11-2 Freddy Robinson, 25 Dungar Glory. STARFORM Roach Power 8-1 (9-2) Steadied and held up towards rear, smooth headway to be prominent 3f out, ridden over 2f out, stayed on well final furlong, no match for winner, 2nd of 12, 3 1/2l behind Breeze Easy (8-11) at Carlisle 6f 2yo nov stk (4) gd in Aug. Beltane 5-4fav (9-1) Led, pressed over 2f out, edged left over 1f out, headed entering final furlong, held after, kept on, 2nd of 9, 1 1/4l behind Choirmaster (8-13) at Beverley 7f 2yo mdn (4) gf in Aug. Animato 7-2 (9-5) Pressed leader, ridden to challenge and every chance 2f out, no extra inside final furlong, lost 3rd post, 4th of 5, 2 1/4l behind Bullet Force (9-5) at Musselburgh 7f 2yo mdn (4) gd in Aug. Shaladar 66-1 (9-0) Prominent, ridden over 2f out, weakened final furlong, 12th of 20, 13l behind Ever Given (9-0) at York 6f 2yo auc (2) gd in Aug. Freddy Robinson 16-5 (9-3) Tracked leaders, ridden well over 2f out, pressed leader 2f out, kept on one pace, 4th of 10, 4 1/2l behind Tricky Business (8-13) at Newcastle 7f 2yo mdn stks (4) in Jul. STARFORM: ROACH POWER Danger: Beltane 5.40 JOIN RACING TV NOW HANDICAP Class 5 5f (9 runners) £2,862 1 (9) 3615 LATIN FIVE (14)(D,G,S) P Midgley 4 9 8.................................G Lee 81 2 (3) 0626 DAPPER MAN (4)(D13,A,G0,S)(P) R Fell 7 9 7..................R Scott 80 3 (4) 555L NAVAJO SPRING (24)(D,G)(P) M Dods 3 9 7........... B Garritty (3) 79 4 (7) 3203 TANTASTIC (8)(P) B Ellison 3 9 4.................................. B Robinson 77 5 (8) 4431 SOUND OF IONA (8)(D3,G) J Goldie 5 9 1................P Mulrennan ★84 6 (2) 1642 ALEEF (5)(D4,A,G,S)(H,T) K Frost 8 9 1............................... S Gray 83 7 (1) 0451 SAM’S CALL (13)(D,G)(V) M & D Easterby 4 9 0..........DOUBTFUL 82 8 (5) 3020 KOROPICK (8)(A,G) C Teague 7 8 12............................ T Hamilton 82 9 (6) 0645 THE GLOAMING (5)(CD,S) I Jardine 3 8 6.......................A Mullen 79 Star Betting: 11-4 Sound Of Iona, 9-2 Tantastic, 5 Aleef, 13-2 Latin Five, 7 Dapper Man, 10 Navajo Spring, 11 others. 2020: Economic Crisis 11 9 2, Harrison Shaw(3) 11-2 (A Berry), drawn (9), 10 ran. STARFORM: ALEEF Danger: Sam’s Call TOP JOCKEYS (with mounts) Luke Morris 105 winners, (11.3% strike rate), -£17.19, Joe Fanning 48, (20.7%), -£7.00, Sean Levey 45, (14.2%), -£31.49, Robert Havlin 44, (13.4%), +£4.00, Pat Cosgrave 35, (19.2%), +£7.15. STARFORM Fancy Man 13-8fav (8-12) Raced in 2nd, pushed along 3f out, could not match pace of leader, kept on for 2nd close home, 2nd of 4, 3/4l behind Solid Stone (9-5) at Windsor 1m 2f Grp 3 (1) gf in Aug. Mekong 40-1 (9-1) Slowly away, always, 9th of 11, 36l behind Subjectivist (8-9) at Meydan(UAE) 2m Grp 2 (1) gd in Mar. Bugle Major 9-1 (9-9) Restrained rear, headway out wide over 1f out, stayed on inside final furlong, went 2nd towards finish, no chance with winner, 2nd of 5, 4l behind Recovery Run (9-7) at Ascot 1m 4f hcp 105 (2) gd. Wolf Hunter 10-11 (10-1) 4th of 6, 9l behind Sumatran Tiger (9-12) at Jersey(JER) 1m 4f stks gd in Aug. STARFORM: FANCY MAN Danger: Mekong 4.10 MANSIONBET HANDICAP Class 6 3YO 1m 5f (8 runners) £2,700 1 (2) L515 JERRIAIS (21)(A) J Osborne 9 8...............................S Osborne (5) 68 2 (7) 2212 BOBBY KENNEDY (105)(BF,G) D Coakley 9 8................. C Fallon 71 3 (1) 3224 WHERE YOU AT (9) S Kirk 9 7........................................ S M Levey 69 4 (5) 0311 WADACRE GOGO (12)(A) M Johnston 9 7..................... J Fanning 68 5 (4) 5413 KNIGHT OF KINGS (32)(S) J Butler 9 6......................... D Muscutt 69 6 (3) 1455 BLUE BERET (11)(G) S Dow 9 5........................................N Callan 72 7 (6) 2245 SISTERANDBROTHER (16) M Channon 9 4....................C Bishop ★73 8 (8) 60-0 LINDWALL (105) Sir M Prescott 9 1...................................L Morris 60 Star Betting: 9-4 Wadacre Gogo, 7-2 Bobby Kennedy, 6 Knight Of Kings, 7 Jerriais, Where You At, 10 Blue Beret, 12 others. STARFORM: WADACRE GOGO Danger: Bobby Kennedy 4.45 NOVICE STAKES (GBB RACE) Class 5 2YO 1m (12 runners) £3,780 1 (4) 65 ALKHANSA (16) R Beckett 9 0.....................................C Shepherd 66 2 (2) L BELISA DE VEGA (72) J Portman 9 0...............................R Havlin — 3 (1) 00 LYRICAL LADY (8)(T*) H Morrison 9 0........................... S M Levey 59 4 (9) 03 NIKHI (33) J O’Keeffe 9 0..................................................J Garritty 82 5 (11) 04 SPECTATRICE (21) Sir M Prescott 9 0..............................L Morris 71 6 (5) SWEET MELODY M Botti 9 0..........................................D E Hogan — 7 (6) 6 TOSCA TIME (21) S Kirk 9 0..............................................C Bishop 62 8 (8) 42 TRANS MONTANA (17) C Cox 9 0........................................ J Fahy 77 9 (10) 33 YORKINDNESS (40)(BF) M Johnston 9 0....................... J Fanning ★88 10 (3) ACADIAN CITY M Attwater 8 12....................................... J Haynes — 11 (7) 0L ASENSE (15) G L Moore 8 12.......................................... D Muscutt 56 12 (12) LADYPACKSAPUNCH R Hughes 8 12.......................... P Cosgrave — Star Betting: 13-8 Yorkindness, 4 Trans Montana, 9-2 Nikhi, 6 Alkhansa, 14 Spectatrice, Sweet Melody, 16 others. STARFORM Yorkindness 1-1fav (9-0) Led, ridden 2f out, edged left over 1f out, headed approaching final furlong, no extra, 3rd of 6, 4l behind Speak (9-0) at Kempton 1m 2yo mdn fll (4) pol in Aug. Trans Montana 4-1 (9-0) Led, pushed along 2f out, ridden over 1f out, headed towards finish, 2nd of 9, 1/2l behind Turn Back Time (8-12) at Lingfield 7f 2yo mdn fll (5) pol in Aug. Nikhi 9-1 (9-0) Mid-division, closer 4f out, chased leaders halfway, ridden over 1f out, stayed on towards finish, 3rd of 9, 1 1/2l behind Merlin’s Lady (9-0) at Ayr 7f 2yo fll nov stks (4) sft in Aug. Alkhansa 9-2 (8-12) Towards rear, pushed along and headway approaching final furlong, nearest finish, 5th of 11, 6l behind Miss Harmony (9-0) at Chelmsford City 7f (4) pol in Aug. Spectatrice 80-1 (8-7) Towards rear, headway over 1f out, kept on, never on terms, 4th of 7, 4 1/2l behind Nasim (9-5) at Lingfield 1m 2yo nov stks (5) pol in Aug. Sweet Melody Galileo Gold filly out of Boadicee. STARFORM: YORKINDNESS Danger: Trans Montana 6.15 in association with RACING TV HANDICAP (DIV 1) Class 6 7f (12 runners) £2,592 1 (11) 1L50 GOD OF DREAMS (66)(CD,S)(V) K Dalgleish 5 9 12... C Rodriguez ★65 2 (9) 0021 RAIN CAP (18)(CD,D,G,S)(V) J Riches 4 9 7................. J Gormley 59 3 (4) 1010 EXCHEQUER (36)(CD,D5,A,G)(P,T) P Makin 10 9 7..B Garritty (3) 61 4 (10) -01L STRATEGIC FORTUNE (90)(D)(P) J Butler 4 9 6.........L Edmunds 61 5 (8) L253 MONAADHIL (18)(G,S)(P) R Carr 7 9 4.........................JP Sullivan 61 6 (3) 1L00 JESSIE ALLAN (18)(G) J Goldie 10 9 2............ Miss A Waugh (5) 61 7 (2) 3045 VOLKOVA (17)(T) T Easterby 3 9 2....................................P Dennis 62 8 (6) L001 BELLEVUE LAD (18)(CD,G) D Thompson 3 9 1.......P Mulrennan 60 9 (7) L0L4 RED SKYE DELIGHT (25) M Hammond 5 9 0............J Mason (3) 57 10 (12) 0LL3 HIS PRIDE (17) R Fahey 3 8 13..................................... T Hamilton 59 11 (1) 0054 AVIOR STAR (18)(P) I Jardine 3 8 12.................................A Mullen 57 12 (5) 0000 LADY ARTELA (19)(B*) Ewan Whillans 3 8 10....................R Scott 42 Star Betting: 7-2 Bellevue Lad, 5 Rain Cap, 6 Avior Star, 7 His Pride, 8 Monaadhil, 10 Strategic Fortune, God Of Dreams, 12 others. 2020: Phantasmal 6 9 11, Jason Hart 12-1 (I Jardine), drawn (11), 11 ran. STARFORM: RAIN CAP Danger: Bellevue Lad 6.50 RACING TV HANDICAP (DIV 2) Class 6 7f (12 runners) £2,592 1 (12) 0605 SO GRATEFUL (27) M & D Easterby 3 9 7....... Joanna Mason (3) 58 2 (1) 4065 REDZONE (14)(G)(P) B Smart 4 9 7........................................G Lee ★66 3 (9) 0L45 IRON SHERIFF (13) R Fell 3 9 6...........................................R Scott 64 4 (5) 0042 FAVOURITE NIECE (22)(B) Mrs A Duffield 3 9 4................. S Gray 65 5 (2) 3-05 AQUAMAS (36) M Dods 3 9 3............................................P Dennis 59 6 (4) 0002 GARNOCK VALLEY (18)(B*,T) R M Smith 4 9 2...Miss A Waugh (5) 60 7 (6) 2463 SIXCOR (14) Miss L Perratt 3 9 1.................................. B Robinson 63 8 (3) 30L6 MAC MCCARTHY (18)(D,A,G)(B) R Carr 4 9 0............JP Sullivan 62 9 (11) 0400 LISTEN AGAIN (13)(P) T Easterby 3 8 13............. Ella McCain (5) 60 10 (10) 0646 COOL DANDY (25)(S) K Dalgleish 3 8 12....................C Rodriguez 58 11 (8) 3446 DESERT MIST (66) R Fahey 3 8 10............................... T Hamilton 59 12 (7) 5400 SPARTAKOS (22) K Scott 3 8 10........................................S James 60 Star Betting: 9-2 Favourite Niece, 5 Sixcor, 13-2 Iron Sheriff, 8 Mac Mccarthy, Aquamas, 10 Redzone, Desert Mist, 12 others. 2020: Josiebond 4 9 3, Sam James 8-1 (Rebecca Bastiman), drawn (5), 11 ran. STARFORM: SIXCOR Danger: Cool Dandy 7.20 WATCH ON RACING TV HANDICAP Class 4 1m 6f (6 runners) £4,752 1 (5) 140L THAI TERRIER (15)(A,S)(V) M Johnston 5 10 4........... D Tudhope 85 2 (3) 4L53 ARCH MOON (18)(S)(P*) M Dods 4 9 10...................P Mulrennan 86 3 (2) 262- AKAMANTO (364)(G) R M Smith 7 9 9.........................JP Sullivan ★87 4 (4) 3421 LINE OF DESCENT (25)(G) S & E Crisford 3 9 7...................G Lee 82 5 (1) 55L4 BOLLIN NEIL (6)(D2,S)(P) T Easterby 5 8 12....... Ella McCain (5) 85 6 (6) /51- SEA ME WIN (561)(A) B Ellison 8 8 12........................ B Robinson — Star Betting: 11-10 Line Of Descent, 9-2 Arch Moon, 6 Bollin Neil, 7 Sea Me Win, 8 Akamanto, 10 Thai Terrier. 2020: Fiveandtwenty 3 8 9, Jason Hart 2-1 (M Johnston), drawn (5), 4 ran. STARFORM Line Of Descent 4-5fav (9-5) Made all, ridden over 1f out, clear inside final furlong, stayed on well, won at Hamilton 1m 3f mdn stks (5) gd in Aug beating Fantasising (9-0) by 3 1/2l, 8 ran. Arch Moon 5-1 (9-5) Mid-division, ridden and headway over 2f out, pressed leader well over 1f out, stayed on inside last, 3rd of 8, 2 3/4l behind Emaraty Hero (8-9) at Musselburgh 1m 4f hcp 0-80 (4) gd in Aug. Bollin Neil 12-1 (9-0) Towards rear, effort and headway well over 3f out, ridden 2f out, stayed on well final furlong, 4th of 12, 4l behind Master Milliner (10-0) at York 2m hcp 0-80 (4) gf. Sea Me Win 12-1 (8-9) Made all, clear over 2f out, in no danger when ridden over 1f out, stayed on, easily, won at Newcastle 1m 2f (5) in Feb ‘20 beating Rgeebee (8-11) by 8l, 6 ran. STARFORM: LINE OF DESCENT Danger: Arch Moon 5.20 MANSIONBET APP HANDICAP Class 5 1m (10 runners) £3,240 1 (1) L642 KENDERGARTEN KOP (19)(CD2,C,D2,A,F,G)(B) D Flood 6 10 0 .................................................................................. Rose Dawes (7) 75 2 (10) 5L43 BYZANTIA (15)(D,A) J Butler 4 9 12............................. P Cosgrave 77 3 (2) 045 CECI WELLS (47) P Webber 4 9 12........................... W Carver (3) 68 4 (9) 4022 MAYSONG (21)(BF,A) E Dunlop 4 9 11............................... C Fallon ★78 5 (3) 120- SEPIA BELLE (336)(BF,CD,A)(P) A Murphy 4 9 10.S Cherchi (3) 61 6 (5) 0240 BRAINS (9)(D5,A)(B) J Osborne 5 9 10....................S Osborne (5) 76 7 (8) 100L GOODWOOD GLEN (2)(D,G)(V) W Knight 3 9 8............ D Muscutt 74 8 (4) 4413 CLEGANE (10)(C2,A)(T) J Chapple-Hyam 4 9 5................... R Tart 74 9 (7) 4004 ALWAYS DREAMING (33)(P*) M Loughnane 3 9 5........ E J Walsh 73 10 (6) 5553 RECUERDAME (124)(D,A)(H) S Dow 5 8 10.....................L Morris 76 Star Betting: 7-2 Maysong, 5 Kendergarten Kop, 6 Clegane, Brains, 7 Sepia Belle, 8 Byzantia, 10 Always Dreaming, 12 others. STARFORM: BRAINS Danger: Maysong 5.50 ATTHERACES.COM HANDICAP Class 5 7f (9 runners) £3,240 1 (2) 14L3 GLASVEGAS (37)(CD,C,D,A,G,S) P Evans 4 9 11...... P Cosgrave ★82 2 (9) L213 COMMIT NO NUISANCE (142)(A) W Knight 4 9 11...C Shepherd 79 3 (4) 3-63 HESHMAH (176)(T*) G Boughey 3 9 10...................S Osborne (5) 70 4 (6) L566 SHACKLETON HERO (14)(A) M Attwater 3 9 7.............. J Haynes 80 5 (8) 0121 VITALLINE (24)(D2,A,S) B James 3 9 6...................T Greatrex (3) 79 6 (5) 055 MOBARHIN (29) C Hills 3 9 5.............................................. C Fallon 76 7 (7) 402L ONARAGGATIP (34)(S)(B*) B Millman 3 9 5...................R Coakley 80 8 (3) 03L2 LION RING (12) J Chapple-Hyam 3 9 4.................................. R Tart 81 9 (1) 6360 MAMMASAIDKNOCKUOUT (24)(C,A) R Hannon 3 8 8..S M Levey 80 Star Betting: 9-4 Vitalline, 4 Glasvegas, 5 Heshmah, 7 Mobarhin, 8 Onaraggatip, 10 Commit No Nuisance, Lion Ring, 20 others. STARFORM Lion Ring 4-1 (9-2) Tracked leader early until led after 1f, headed over 4f out, headway when not clear run well over 1f out, kept on into 2nd entering final furlong, no match for winner, 2nd of 8, 2 3/4l behind Prop Forward (9-9) at Wolverhampton 6f nov stk (5) in Aug. Commit No Nuisance 11-2 (9-4) In rear, pushed along and headway over 2f out, prominent inside final furlong towards far side rail, just lacked pace of front pair close home, 3rd of 7, 1l behind Love Destiny (9-4) at Chelmsford City 7f hcp 0-75 (5) pol in Apr. Vitalline 11-8fav (9-6) Tracked leaders, led approaching final furlong, ridden clear, won at Kempton 7f 3yo hcp 0-65 (6) pol in Aug beating Cabrini (9-4) by 4l, 13 ran. STARFORM: LION RING Danger: Commit My Nuisance 6.25 PETER CRANE MEMORIAL FILLIES’ HANDICAP Class 4 6f (5 runners) £4,590 1 (2) 2014 TOMOUH (27)(CD,A)(P,T) S bin Suroor 4 9 10............ P Cosgrave 91 2 (5) 2010 AL SAARIYAH (29)(D2,G) S & E Crisford 3 9 7.................R Havlin ★93 3 (4) 1242 ARAMIS GREY (24)(D2,A,G) R Guest 4 8 13..............C Shepherd 92 4 (3) L3L1 SHINING SUCCESS (40)(D2,A) D M Simcock 3 8 13... D Muscutt 89 5 (1) 314 LA SENSAZIONE (41)(S) J Tate 3 8 11..............................L Morris 88 Star Betting: 5-2 Shining Success, 11-4 Tomouh, 4 Al Saariyah, Aramis Grey, 5 La Sensazione. Aramis Grey 13-2 (9-9) In touch, pushed STARFORM along and headway over 1f out, ridden to press winner inside final furlong, held towards finish, 2nd of 8, 1/2l behind Crystal Casque (9-4) at Kempton 7f fll hcp (0-75) (3yo+) (5) pol in Aug. Shining Success 7-2 (8-13) Tracked leaders, chased leader entering final 2f, ridden to lead entering final furlong, ran on, won at Kempton 6f fll hcp (4) pol in Aug beating The Blue Bower (9-2) by 2 1/2l, 4 ran. Tomouh 11-4 (9-10) Close up, pushed along 2f out, no extra final furlong, 4th of 6, 2 3/4l behind Lethal Talent (9-12) at Chelmsford City 7f fll hcp 0-90 (3) pol in Aug. Al Saariyah 10-3 (9-7) Dwelt held up, ridden and headway entering final furlong, kept on same pace, 7th of 11, 4 1/2l behind Raatea (9-11) at Newmarket 6f hcp 0-85 (4) gf in Aug. STARFORM: ARAMIS GREY Danger: Shining Success

StarForm DS1ST Saturday, September 11, 2021 number one FOR RACING in association with 5 leopardstown (ITV: 2.45) 12.40 EBF INGABELLE STAKES (FILLIES’ LISTED) Class 1 2YO 7f (11 runners) €53,571 1 (8) 0561 BREEZE EASY (16)(G) P Evans (UK) 9 2........................S W Kelly 82 2 (2) 611 CORVIGLIA (12)(CD,D,G) J Harrington 9 2.........................S Foley ★102 3 (9) 064 HYMN BOOK TOO (4)(T) J S Bolger 9 2....................K J Manning 82 4 (1) 6 LADY OF INISHFREE (49) N Meade 9 2....................... C D Hayes 79 5 (10) 621 LIMITI DI GRECCIO (30)(CD) P Twomey 9 2.................... W J Lee 96 6 (3) 4 LULLABY (15) A P O’Brien 9 2........................................ R L Moore 98 7 (5) 5361 MADONNADELROSARIO (15)(D,G)(B) A P O’Brien 9 2....J A Heffernan 91 8 (6) 6112 MALAYAN (15)(D2,G)(B*) D K Weld 9 2............................Oisin Orr 96 9 (7) 441 PANAMA RED (16)(D) G M Lyons 9 2............................C T Keane 92 10 (11) 126 PENNINE HILLS (15)(G) J P O’Brien 9 2...................D McDonogh 101 11 (4) 23 VOICE OF ANGELS (30)(BF) J P O’Brien 9 2.............. S M Crosse 92 Star Betting: 9-4 Corviglia, 3 Lullaby, 6 Limiti Di Greccio, 7 Pennine Hills, 8 Malayan, 12 Breeze Easy, 14 others. 2020: Monday 9 2, Seamie Heffernan 12-1 (A P O’Brien), drawn (2), 11 ran. STARFORM: CORVIGLIA DANGER: Lullaby 1.10 CHAMPIONS JUVENILE STAKES (GROUP 2) Class 1 2YO 1m (10 runners) €66,964 1 (4) 1 2 (1) 1 3 (8) 31 4 (9) 52410 5 (2) L21L 6 (3) 1 7 (7) 5014 8 (6) 122 9 (5) 31 10 (10) 32 ABSOLUTE RULER (27)(D,A) Donnacha O’Brien 9 5....G M Ryan 93 ATOMIC JONES (76)(F) G M Lyons 9 5.............. C T Keane 88 BUCKAROO (42)(D,G) J P O’Brien 9 5.........D McDonogh 90 HOWTH (15)(D,G) A P O’Brien 9 5........J A Heffernan 93 I AM MAGIC (22) M O’Callaghan 9 5.M A Gallagher 92 JOHN THE BAPTIST (56)(G) J A Stack 9 5............ Mark Enright 91 MANU ET CORDE (21)(CD,G) J S Bolger 9 5............K J Manning 95 MARITIME WINGS (21)(C,G) J P O’Brien 9 5............S M Crosse ★105 ONCE UPON A RIVER (74)(G) G M Lyons 9 5..............G F Carroll 92 STONE AGE (42) A P O’Brien 9 5............. R L Moore 89 Star Betting: 5-2 Maritime Wings, 7-2 Absolute Ruler, 7 Atomic Jones, 15-2 Once Upon A River, 8 Manu Et Corde, Buckaroo, 10 Stone Age, 12 John The Baptist, 16 others. 2020: Cadillac 9 5, Shane Foley 11-8 Fav (J Harrington), drawn (8), 9 ran. STARFORM: MARITIME WINGS DANGER: Atomic Jones 1.40 MATRON STAKES (FILLIES’ AND MARES’ GP 1) Class 1 1m (13 runners) €160,714 1 (1) -444L2 CHAMPERS ELYSEES (15) (CD,D,F,G,S) J P Murtagh 4 9 7........... S B Kelly 113 2 (13) DREAMLOPER (28)(D2,F,G) -42014 E Walker (UK) 4 9 7....... R Whelan 113 3 (10) EPONA PLAYS (76)(D3,G,S) 10-115 W McCreery 4 9 7.............W J Lee 114 4 (7) PEARLS GALORE (16)(D,G) 25-311 P Twomey 4 9 7........D McDonogh 112 5 (4) ACANELLA (15)(CD,G)(T) 102061 G M Lyons 3 9 2........... C T Keane 110 6 (12) BELLE IMAGE (39)(G) -52405 S Lavery 3 9 2.................R Colgan 108 7 (9) EMPRESS JOSEPHINE (44)(D2,S) 10210L A P O’Brien 3 9 2....J A Heffernan 109 8 (11) FLIRTING BRIDGE (15)(D,A) -02000 H De Bromhead 3 9 2.. C D Hayes 100 9 (6) FRIENDLY (16)(D,G) 010500 A P O’Brien 3 9 2.......M C Hussey 97 10 (2) MOTHER EARTH (39)(D2,F,S) -12321 A P O’Brien 3 9 2......... R L Moore ★117 11 (3) NO SPEAK ALEXANDER (39)(S) 24-130 J Harrington 3 9 2..............S Foley 107 12 (8) PRETTY GORGEOUS (16)(BF,D2,S) 1-0500 J P O’Brien 3 9 2.........S M Crosse 111 NEIL RANDON Limiti Di Greccio Buckaroo Mother Earth Snapraeterea Tarnawa Innisfree Layfayette Fools Rush In PLACEPOT FirST SIX RACES 13 (5) SHALE (15)(BF,C,D,G,S)(P*) 6-5064 Donnacha O’Brien 3 9 2.G M Ryan 106 Star Betting: 5-4 Mother Earth, 6 Pearls Galore, 15-2 Epona Plays, 10 Acanella, Champers Elysees, 12 Shale, 14 others. 2020: Champers Elysees 3 9 2, Colin Keane 9-2 (J P Murtagh), drawn (8), 11 ran. STARFORM: MOTHER EARTH DANGER: Acanella 2.10 BOOMERANG MILE (GROUP 2) Class 1 1m (14 runners) €80,357 1 (11) 244010 2 (5) 0-3632 3 (7) 2-2212 4 (4) 032203 5 (3) 3-1313 6 (2) -41465 7 (8) 126434 8 (14) 330101 9 (10) L10266 10 (9) 21L0L6 11 (6) 1310- 12 (13) 135461 13 (1) 3-L020 14 (12) 14-306 CURRENT OPTION (35)(BF,C,G,S) A McGuinness 5 9 10..... R Whelan 111 GEORGEVILLE (30)(D,G)(T) G M Lyons 5 9 10.........G F Carroll 106 MAKER OF KINGS (58)(CD,G)(B,T) G M Lyons 4 9 10......... C T Keane 112 NJORD (28)(D3,G,S)(T) J Harrington 5 9 10...... C D Hayes 114 REAL APPEAL (30)(C2,G)(P) J Harrington 4 9 10............S Foley 110 MAC SWINEY (24)(D2,S) J S Bolger 3 9 8.........K J Manning ★115 ERZINDJAN (30)(D,S) D K Weld 3 9 5................ Oisin Orr 104 HOROSCOPE (23)(D2,G)(B,T) A P O’Brien 3 9 5......... R L Moore 105 KHARTOUM (23)(BF,D,S)(T*) A P O’Brien 3 9 5....J A Heffernan 107 LUNAR SPACE (35)(B) J S Bolger 3 9 5............ R P Cleary 96 MILITARY STYLE (363)(C,G) A P O’Brien 3 9 5.. E J McNamara 92 SNAPRAETEREA (35)(D,G,S) J P O’Brien 3 9 5......D McDonogh 112 THUNDER MOON (34)(G) J P O’Brien 3 9 5.........S M Crosse 113 FEV ROVER (85)(F) R Fahey (UK) 3 9 2...........W J Lee 111 Star Betting: 3 Mac Swiney, 9-2 Maker Of Kings, 13-2 Njord, 7 Thunder Moon, 10 Fev Rover, Snapraeterea, 12 others. 2020: Safe Voyage 7 9 10, C Keane 4-1 (J J Quinn), drawn (6), 10 ran. STARFORM: MAKER OF KINGS DANGER: Mac Swiney 2.45 IRISH CHAMPION STAKES (GROUP 1) Class 1 1m 2f (4 runners) €517,857 1 (3) 302-22 12.40 1.10 1.40 2.10 2.45 3.15 3.45 4.20 STAR TIP Lullaby Absolute Ruler Mother Earth Mac Swiney St Mark’s Basilica Earlswood Ever Present Masen GOING: Good-Good to Firm in places PATRICK SARSFIELD (88) (BF,C2,D,G,S)(T) J P O’Brien 5 9 9......D McDonogh 117 2 (2) TARNAWA (37)(CD,C,D3,F,G,S) 1111-1 D K Weld 5 9 6............. C T Keane 121 3 (1) POETIC FLARE (27)(C2,F,G) 162122 J S Bolger 3 9 3.........K J Manning 123 4 (4) ST MARK’S BASILICA (70)(D2,G,S) 31-111 A P O’Brien 3 9 3......... R L Moore ★126 Star Betting: 6-5 St Mark’s Basilica, 7-4 Tarnawa, 11-4 Poetic Flare, 20 Patrick Sarsfield. 2020: Magical 5 9 6, Seamie Heffernan 9-2 (A P O’Brien), drawn (5), 6 ran. STARFORM: POETIC FLARE DANGER: St Mark’s Basilica 3.15 PADDY POWER STAKES (GROUP 3) Class 1 1m 4f (9 runners) €53,571 1 (7) 12-332 2 (3) 2112/5 3 (8) 5LL-50 4 (5) -03566 5 (9) -12142 6 (2) 143131 7 (4) 63-010 8 (1) -13141 9 (6) 4-112L CAMORRA (23)(BF,CD,S)(B,T) G M Lyons 4 9 11.........G F Carroll 103 INNISFREE (29)(G,S) A P O’Brien 4 9 11....... R L Moore 100 LEO DE FURY (29)(F,G)(P*) J Harrington 5 9 11......... C Hoban 102 QUESTIONARE (29)(A)(T) L Comer 5 9 11............. C D Hayes 100 THUNDER KISS (35)(D2,A) G M Lyons 4 9 11......... C T Keane 105 FORBEARANCE (23)(D,A,F,G) J Harrington 4 9 8..............S Foley 107 ZAWARA (77)(G) D K Weld 4 9 8................ Oisin Orr 100 EARLSWOOD (29)(S) J P Murtagh 3 9 6........... S B Kelly 105 SIR LAMORAK (59)(C,A,G) J P O’Brien 3 9 3..........S M Crosse ★109 Star Betting: 2 Earlswood, 11-4 Innisfree, 9-2 Sir Lamorak, 15-2 Thunder Kiss, 8 Leo De Fury, 10 Forbearance, 16 Camorra, 20 Zawara, 100 Questionare. 2020: Tiger Moth 3 9 3, Ryan Moore 5-6 Fav (A P O’Brien), drawn (5), 12 ran. STARFORM: EARLSWOOD DANGER: Innisfree 3.45 EBF ‘PETINGO’ HANDICAP (PREM HANDICAP) 1m 5f (23 runners) €66,964 1 (17) 112 EVER PRESENT (56)(C2,G) J Harrington 5 10 0................S Foley 98 2 (16) 4610 LAYFAYETTE (29)(G,S)(P) N Meade 4 10 0................... C D Hayes 98 3 (6) 3321 CROWNS MAJOR (42)(G)(P*) Emmet Mullins 4 9 10 W Joyce (7) 94 4 (9) 3312 LONGBOURN (42)(G)(T) R O’Sullivan 5 9 10......J M Sheridan (3) 99 5 (21) 6363 SHOSHONE WARRIOR (23)(C,G)(T) J P O’Brien 4 9 10 MP Sheehy (5) 102 6 (25) -104 BABY ZEUS (42)(G)(T) W P Mullins 4 9 7..................D McDonogh 101 7 (22) 212 MONAS MELODY (41)(G) S Curling 5 9 6...............J A Heffernan 91 8 (7) 040L FLYING VISIT (30)(C,S) J S Bolger 3 9 5...................K J Manning 98 9 (4) -004 ROYAL ILLUSION (23)(BF,C,G,S)(T) W P Mullins 9 9 5 W J Lee 103 10 (3) -121 PHOENIX COWBOY (31)(D,G) G M Lyons 4 9 3...........C T Keane 99 11 (10) 31-0 DE NAME ESCAPES ME (47)(S)(P,T) N Meade 11 9 0...Oisin Orr 101 12 (13) 2/34 HOOK UP (47)(T) W P Mullins 5 9 0............................... R L Moore 100 13 (12) 0-35 PRESTO (23)(T) O McKiernan 6 8 13..................D McMonagle (3) 97 14 (2) 1/50 REBELLITO (23) W P Mullins 7 8 12................................R Whelan ★104 15 (1) 21/5 N’GOLO (123)(G)(T) W P Mullins 6 8 11.......................... G M Ryan 87 16 (26) 2-21 CIEL D’AFRIQUE (26)(H*) D K Weld 4 8 10................A J Slattery 99 17 (5) 1LL4 EFFERNOCK FIZZ (J7)(G,S) K Brown 6 8 9...........M A Gallagher 102 18 (24) -103 GREAT BEAR (18)(A,F,G) T Gibney 5 8 9.. Siobhan Rutledge (7) 102 19 (15) 2105 SILAIYLI (31)(G)(P*) M Halford 3 8 9......................N G McCullagh 100 20 (8) /013 INSANE BOLT (23)(G)(B,T) Peter Fahey 5 8 8...................C Hoban 98 21 (11) 6-24 SEVENNA STAR (23)(BF,S)(H,T) Emmet Mullins 6 8 8 Jamie Powell (7) 100 22 (20) 5-42 DUNVEGAN (26)(T) P A Fahy 8 8 6................................R P Cleary 101 23 (14) 0520 INSIGNIA OF RANK (9)(G,S) Joseph G Murphy 6 8 6 Tom Kiely Marshall (10) 102 LONG HANDICAP: Insignia Of Rank 8-5. Star Betting: 6 Crowns Major, 7 Phoenix Cowboy, Hook Up, 8 Ever Present, 10 Ciel D’afrique, Longbourn, 12 Baby Zeus, Monas Melody, Layfayette, 14 others. 2020: Halimi 4 9 10, Kevin Manning 18-1 (J S Bolger), drawn (13), 18 ran. STARFORM: PHOENIX COWBOY DANGER: Crowns Major 4.20 HANDICAP (PREMIER HANDICAP) 7f (18 runners) €66,964 1 (4) 03L1 BOPEDRO (15)(D3,G,S)(V) J Harrington 5 10 0..................S Foley 101 2 (2) 20-0 LAUGHIFUWANT (174)(D2,S) G Keane 6 10 0.......J A Heffernan 105 3 (5) 4514 NEBO (16)(BF,D3,G,S)(B) T Hogan 6 10 0...................J Coen (10) 101 4 (19) 3L-2 MASEN (23)(CD,G)(H*,T) G M Lyons 3 9 11..................C T Keane 94 5 (8) -430 PIERRE LAPIN (15)(G) A McGuinness 4 9 11........MP Sheehy (5) 99 6 (1) 1320 SAN ANDREAS (31)(D3,A,G) J P O’Brien 5 9 11 H J Horgan (7) 105 7 (6) L025 SURROUNDING (16)(CD,D5,A,G)(T) M Halford 8 9 8 R Whelan 102 8 (10) 0020 AGITARE (15)(D,G)(B*) J S Bolger 4 9 5....................K J Manning 105 9 (13) -401 BUCKY LARSON (52)(C2,D,A,G) G M Lyons 6 9 4.... S Ewing (5) 105 10 (9) 2433 RIOT (27)(D,A) J P Murtagh 4 9 4..................................... S B Kelly 105 11 (11) 1611 FOOLS RUSH IN (21)(D3,A,G,S)(P,T) T Dascombe (UK) 3 9 3 C D Hayes 104 12 (7) 0614 DREAM TODAY (27)(D,G)(P,T) A McGuinness 6 9 2 C J MacRedmond (7) ★108 13 (18) 0334 ROYAL CANFORD (31)(D2,S)(V) W McCreery 5 9 2......... W J Lee 100 14 (12) L250 TADLEEL (49)(D4,A,G) R Fahey (UK) 6 9 2..............D McDonogh 105 15 (20) L010 BLUE FOR YOU (46)(C,D,G,S)(B*) D K Weld 3 9 1 D McMonagle (3) 106 16 (16) 033L SPANISH TENOR (15)(CD,D2,S)(B) A McGuinness 7 9 1 G M Ryan 104 17 (17) 1003 HALE BOPP (16)(BF,D,A,G)(B) G M Lyons 3 8 12....... G F Carroll 107 18 (21) -610 MIRAMIS (16)(D,G) S Lavery 3 8 12..................................R Colgan 104 Star Betting: 4 Masen, 11-2 Bopedro, 13-2 Fools Rush In, 8 Riot, 10 Nebo, Bucky Larson, 12 San Andreas, Surrounding, 14 others. 2020: Could Be King 4 10 0, Billy Lee 14-1 (K J Condon), drawn (16), 18 ran. STARFORM: BOPEDRO DANGER: Masen bath JASON HEAVEY Youllovemewheniwin Mr Professor Choirmaster Alba Del Sole (nb) Tasfeeq Ginger Jam Reams Of Love 1.35 CAZOO HANDICAP Class 5 3YO 6f (4 runners) £3,240 1 (2) L4400-L HYDE PARK BARRACKS (29)(B) M Wigham 9 6................................F Norton ★88 2 (4) 424 STRIKE (23)(BF) J Portman 9 5.......................................................... C Bennett 79 3 (1) 0244142 KATH’S TOYBOY (8)(G)(B) R Hughes 9 4...................................... K Shoemark 83 4 (3) 0035514 YOULLOVEMEWHENIWIN (12)(BF,CD,D,A,G)(P) R Teal 9 2........ H Burns (5) 82 Star Betting: 7-4 Kath’s Toyboy, 2 Youllovemewheniwin, 9-4 Strike, 12 Hyde Park Barracks. STARFORM: KATH’S TOYBOY Danger: Oullovemewheniwin 2.05 CAZOO NURSERY Class 5 2YO 1m (8 runners) £3,240 1 (7) 22313 MADAME AMBASSADOR (22)(BF,D,G) M Johnston 9 9...................F Norton ★81 2 (5) 54L1 MR PROFESSOR (7)(D,A) Alice Haynes 9 8................................. M Crehan (3) 80 3 (1) 022 LOQUACE (35) R Hannon 9 7....................................... T Hammer Hansen (3) 79 4 (4) 3306 SILKS DREAM (18) Darryll Holland 9 5.......................................... A Villiers (5) 77 5 (8) 623 CAVALLUCCIO (80) R Hughes 9 5................................................. K Shoemark 78 6 (3) 655 TRAIL HAWK (16)(B*) B Meehan 9 4...................................................T Whelan 77 7 (6) L630 ALMIGHTY RAVE (39) T Dascombe 9 1..........................................Jane Elliott 79 8 (2) L5L GOLDEN ROMANCE (56)(BF) S bin Suroor 9 1........................S B Kirrane (5) 78 Star Betting: 5-2 Mr Professor, 3 Madame Ambassador, 5 Loquace, 6 Cavalluccio, 7 Golden Romance, 12 Silks Dream, Trail Hawk, 25 Almighty Rave. 2020: Impulsive One 9 7, Tom Marquand 5-4 Fav (W Haggas), drawn (2), 7 ran. STARFORM: LOQUACE Danger: Mr Professor 2.40 EBF RESTRICTED NOVICE STAKES (GBB RACE) Class 4 2YO 1m (4 runners) £5,400 1 (4) 31 CHOIRMASTER (13)(G) M Johnston 9 7...............................................F Norton ★86 2 (3) WARD CASTLE M Botti 9 0....................................................................M Ghiani — 3 (1) L4 DANDY’S DIVA (17) Tom Clover 8 11............................................. K Shoemark 79 4 (2) CLARITY SPIRIT R Brisland 8 9...........................................................D Keenan — Star Betting: 8-13 Choirmaster, 4 Dandy’s Diva, 9-2 Ward Castle, 10 Clarity Spirit. 2020: The Kodi Kid 9 5, Oisin Murphy 11-10 Fav (A Balding), drawn (2), 6 ran. STARFORM: CHOIRMASTER Danger: Dandy’s Diva 3.20 ATTHERACES.COM HANDICAP Class 6 6f (10 runners) £2,700 1 (9) 2L13433 GLAMOROUS FORCE (15)(BF,G) R Harris 4 9 11..............................T Whelan ★66 2 (5) 1254423 ATYAAF (13)(CD,A,G,S) I Furtado 6 9 7................................................K O’Neill 65 3 (3) 2100403 OUR MAN IN HAVANA (2)(D3,A,G) A Carroll 6 9 7.............Mollie Phillips (5) 56 4 (4) 6640613 PASTFACT (23)(BF,CD4,D3,F,G,S)(P) M Saunders 7 9 5.....Gina Mangan (5) 63 5 (2) 60-L004 ALBA DEL SOLE (23)(D,A,G,S)(P) R Brisland 6 9 4.........................D Keenan 62 6 (10) 4-L0520 VINCENZO COCCOTTI (17)(CD,D4,A,G)(P) P Chamings 9 9 3... G Rooke (3) 59 7 (7) 4205500 ESSAKA (17)(C,D3,F,G) A Carroll 9 9 2................................................M Ghiani 64 8 (6) -004243 TARSEEKH (17)(D,A)(B) C Wallis 8 9 2...................................................J Bryan 64 9 (8) 2556230 WIFF WAFF (23)(CD,D,A,G,S)(P) A Wintle 6 9 2........................... A Villiers (5) 63 10 (1) 0-L5050 REDREDROBIN (30) M Saunders 4 9 1................................................F Norton 63 Star Betting: 3 Atyaaf, 7-2 Glamorous Force, 4 Pastfact, 8 Tarseekh, 10 Alba Del Sole, 12 Wiff Waff, Vincenzo Coccotti, Essaka, 14 others. STARFORM: GLAMOROUS FORCE Danger: Alba Del Sole 3.55 SKY SPORTS RACING SKY 415 HANDICAP Class 4 3YO 1m (4 runners) £4,590 1 (1) 2-13541 TASFEEQ (15)(CD,D,G) M Tregoning 9 7....................................... K Shoemark 93 2 (2) 4-05232 STREET KID (39)(BF)(P) K P De Foy 9 7...............................C Hutchinson (5) 93 3 (4) 2033112 COMMONSENSICAL (28)(CD,D2,G,S)(V) T Dascombe 9 3..........Jane Elliott ★95 4 (3) 3422232 ACCRINGTON STANLEY (23)(T) Paul George 8 2..............................F Norton 94 Star Betting: 7-4 Tasfeeq, 5-2 Commonsensical, 3 Accrington Stanley, 4 Street Kid. STARFORM: TASFEEQ Danger: Commonsensical 4.30 GT RADIAL TYRES HANDICAP Class 4 5f (5 runners) £4,590 1 (4) 61L4364 GINGER JAM (8)(CD,D5,A,G,S)(P*) N Tinkler 6 9 7...........F McManoman (3) 86 2 (3) 522311L VANDAD (21)(D2,A,G)(P,T) M Attwater 4 9 7..................................... W Carson 85 3 (5) L22L440 NIBRAS AGAIN (14)(CD,D4,A,F,G) P Midgley 7 8 13.........................K O’Neill ★88 4 (1) 151140L SMOKEY (49)(D6,A) C Wallis 4 8 12....................................................T Whelan 87 5 (2) 30LL045 PRINCE OF ROME (23)(D3,A)(E) M Mullineaux 5 8 7.......................... L Jones 86 Star Betting: 5-2 Nibras Again, 11-4 Ginger Jam, 3 Vandad, 5 Smokey, 6 Prince of Rome. 2020: Union Rose 8 9 2, Joshua Bryan(3) 13-2 (R Harris), drawn (3), 9 ran. STARFORM: VANDAD Danger: Ginger Jam 5.00 1.35 2.05 2.40 3.20 3.55 4.30 5.00 PLACEPOT FirST SIX RACES STAR TIp Strike Loquace Choirmaster Glamorous Force Commonsensical Vandad Manor Park GOING: Firm-Good to Firm in places FREE REPLAYS ON ATTHERACES.COM HANDICAP Class 5 1m 4f (5 runners) £3,240 1 (3) 06305/1 MANOR PARK (24)(CD,G)(T) B Barr 6 10 0......................... R Clutterbuck (5) 75 2 (4) L430224 NICKS NOT WONDER (11)(D,A) J Osborne 4 9 10............................T Whelan 79 3 (1) 4-06403 FLYING DRAGON (28)(A,G)(H) R Phillips 5 9 7.....................C Hutchinson (5) ★80 4 (2) 43404L1 RED FLYER (14)(G)(P) T Ward 3 8 13............................................. K Shoemark 76 5 (5) L255L41 REAMS OF LOVE (10)(CD,F)(P) M Johnston 3 8 11...........................F Norton 76 Star Betting: 7-4 Manor Park, 5-2 Reams Of Love, 7-2 Red Flyer, 7 Flying Dragon, 8 Nicks Not Wonder. STARFORM: REAMS OF LOVE Danger: Red Flyer basilica is a divine day-one bet LULLABY (12.40) can call the tune in the opening race on Longines Irish Champions Weekend. Aidan O’Brien’s filly hinted at plenty of ability when making her debut in Group Three company last month and there should be a lot more to come in the Listed Ballylinch Stud Ingabelle Stakes. Thriving PEARLS GALORE (1.40) can turn over hot favourite Mother Earth in the Group One melissa jones on the big races on day one of Irish Champions Weekend Coolmore America ‘Justify’ Matron Stakes. Just half a length behind reopposing Champers Elysees last September, when that rival was at the top of her game, this year the selection has won a pair of Group Threes with a bit to spare. Her usual jockey Billy Lee may rue switching to Epona Plays, who is nevertheless a danger at this trip, along with the favourite. Value bet FEV ROVER (2.10) has the engine to go close in the wide open Clipper Logistics Boomerang Mile. Richard Fahey sends the daughter of Gutaifan across the Irish Sea to contest the Group Two, as she bids to end the season how she started it. An excellent third in the 1,000 Guineas, the return to decent ground should see her peak after an 85-day break. She has won at this level on her travels – and everything looks to be in her favour in receipt of the fillies’ allowance. Punters have worshipped ST MARK’S BASILICA (2.45) this season and he can’t be opposed in the Group One Irish Champion Stakes. The Ballydoyle star left the smart Mishriff and Addeybb trailing in his wake last time and can repeat the performance against Tarnawa, who is arguably at her best with a couple more furlongs to tackle. EARLSWOOD (3.15) had enough in hand of Innisfree in the Royal Whip last time to uphold the form today in the Group Three Paddy Power Stakes. ■SIMPLY THE BEST: St Mark’s Basilica should be too good for his rivals

6 Saturday, September 11, 2021 DS1ST CHESTER JASON HEAVEY 1.30 EBF NOVICE STAKES (GBB RACE) Class 4 2YO 6f (7 runners) £5,979 1 (3) 00 JAKKS GROOVE (8) K Burke 9 5................................................................... C Lee 39 2 (1) L5 LORDMAN (12) T Dascombe 9 5...............................................................H Turner 69 3 (6) 53 SCARLET DANCER (17) R Fahey 9 5...................................................P Hanagan ★81 4 (7) 5 ZULU TRACKER (22) E Walker 9 5........................................................... A Atzeni 69 5 (4) 60 KEEP ME HAPPY (79) M Loughnane 9 0................................................. P Prince 67 6 (2) LL0 MIDGETONAMISSION (21) P Evans 9 0..............................................G Downing 52 7 (5) 4 NOTEABLE (36)(T) T Dascombe 9 0.................................................. R Kingscote 70 Star Betting: 7-4 Scarlet Dancer, 11-4 Noteable, 5 Zulu Tracker, 6 Lordman, 7 Keep Me Happy, 25 Midgetonamission, Jakks Groove. 2020: Harmony Lil 8 11, Hayley Turner 15-2 (T Dascombe), drawn (6), 6 ran. STARFORM: LORDMAN Danger: Scarlet Dancer 2.00 TOTE+ STAND CUP STAKES (LISTED) Class 1 1m 4f (9 runners) £28,355 1 (5) -34215 2 (2) /1231- 3 (3) -00143 4 (9) 123002 5 (1) 1L0L/4 6 (8) 2-5350 7 (4) 220-1L 8 (7) -L0123 9 (6) 1-2215 ALFRED BOUCHER (14)(D,F,S) H Candy 5 9 3......................................... H Crouch 109 ALIGNAK (364)(CD,D,A,G) Sir M Stoute 5 9 3............................. R Kingscote 120 ALOUNAK (21)(D,G,S) A Balding 6 9 3.......................................D Probert ★121 THRONE HALL (22)(G) K Ryan 4 9 3............................................. A Atzeni 113 WELLS FARHH GO (120)(D,F,G) T Easterby 6 9 3...................................P Hanagan 104 WINTER REPRISE (63)(S) D Menuisier 4 9 3...............................J P Spencer 111 DHABYAH (42)(D2,F,G) J P O’Brien (IRE) 4 8 12.........................J Watson 101 VINDOLANDA (9)(D2,G,S) C Hills 5 8 12............................................H Turner 106 INVITE (97)(BF,A,S) A Balding 3 8 4........................................ J F Egan 108 Star Betting: 2 Alounak, 9-4 Alignak, 13-2 Throne Hall, 8 Invite, 10 Wells Farhh Go, 14 Winter Reprise, 16 Alfred Boucher, 20 Dhabyah, Vindolanda. 2020: Alignak 4 9 3, David Allan 6-4 Fav (Sir M Stoute), drawn (4), 5 ran. STARFORM Alignak 6-4fav (9-3) Chased leader, ridden to challenge 3f out, led over 1f out, kept on well, won at Chester 1m 4f Listed stks (1) gd in Sep ‘20 beating Morando (9-3) by 1l, 5 ran. Alounak 33-1 (9-8) Towards rear, ridden 3f out, headway well over 2f out, chased leaders and every chance 1f out, kept on well, no extra towards finish, 3rd of 20, 1 3/4l behind Sonnyboyliston (9-8) at York 1m 6f hcp (4yo+) (2) gd in Aug. Throne Hall 9-1 (9-5) Prominent, chased leader 5f out, ridden to lead narrowly over 2f out, headed 2f out, ran on final furlong, 2nd of 15, nk behind Sam Cooke (8-10) at York 1m 4f hcp 105 (2) gf in Aug. Invite 5-4fav (8-11) Held up, mid-division, ridden and not reach leaders, 5th of 10, 4 1/2l behind Eulaila (8-11) at San Siro(ITY) 1m 3f 3yo fll Grp 2 gd in Jun. Wells Farhh Go 33-1 (9-1) Led, kept wide for about 3f out, ridden and headed over 2f out, weakened from over 1f out, 4th of 5, 13l behind Spanish Mission (9-4) at York 1m 6f Grp 2 (1) gd in May. Winter Reprise 20-1 (8-13) Midfield, headway on inside rail over 4f out, ridden to chase leaders over 2f out, close up entering final furlong, weakened close home, 8th of 20, 5l behind Johnny Drama (8-13) at York 1m 2f hcp (2) gd in Jul. Alfred Boucher 16-1 (9-5) Mid division, ridden and outpaced over 2f out, no headway, 5th of 8, 6l behind Teona (8-6) at Windsor 1m 3f Listed stks (1) gf in Aug. Dhabyah 14-1 (9-5) Held up in mid-division on inside, pushed along 4f out, weakened over 2f out, last of 9, 24l behind Save A Forest (8-8) at Newmarket 1m 4f fll lst stks (1) gd in Jul. Vindolanda 18-1 (9-6) Tracked leader, led inside final 2f, ridden and headed over 1f out, stayed on same pace, no extra and lost 2nd final 110 yards, 3rd of 10, 3 1/2l behind Second Slip (9-10) at Newcastle 1m 4f hcap (3). STARFORM: ALIGNAK Danger: Alounak 2.35 Scarlet Dancer Alignak Nuits St Georges Little Miss Dynamo Paws For Thought Spirit Dancer Kaleidoscopic 1.30 2.00 2.35 3.10 3.50 4.25 4.55 STAR TIP Lordman Throne Hall Hochfeld Lucy Lulu Powerallied Palavecino Widaad GOING: Good-Good to Soft in places PLACEPOT FirST SIX RACES TRACKFACTS Tight left-hand circuit with a short run-in of just over a furlong. Low numbers have a distinct advantage, a fast break in sprints is essential. Stalls today 1m2f Outside; Remainder Inside. TOP TRAINERS (with runners) R Fahey 51 winners, (11.7% strike rate), -£67.93, T Dascombe 42, (14.5%), -£79.62, A Balding 39, (21.1%), +£26.38, M Johnston 33, (16.4%), -£11.94, T Easterby 21, (14.0%), -£3.51, I Williams 16, (9.7%), -£60.99, R Beckett 16, (22.2%), -£12.54, P Evans 9, (13.6%), -£3.75. TOP JOCKEYS (with mounts) Richard Kingscote 29 winners, (15.7% strike rate), -£38.15, David Probert 19, (18.6%), -£22.03, Paul Hanagan 14, (12.5%), -£23.32, John Egan 9, (11.7%), -£21.75, Connor Murtagh 9, (10.3%), -£18.25. HOMESERVE HANDICAP Class 3 1m 6f (9 runners) £8,762 1 (10) HOCHFELD (7)(CD,C,D3,A,F,G) 00L450 M Johnston 7 9 8................................. J Peate (7) 107 2 (1) NUITS ST GEORGES (42)(D5,F,G,S) 3-0110 D Menuisier 6 9 7......................................D Nolan 104 3 (6) MANCINI (21)(BF,D2,A,F,G)(V) 000602 I Williams 7 9 1.......................................D Probert 106 4 (5) MR CURIOSITY (44)(G) 4120 C Fellowes 4 9 0.................................J P Spencer 104 5 (7) SUPAKALANISTIC (22)(G) 1-26 N Twiston-Davies 8 8 13.....................T P Queally 95 6 (2) HASANABAD (105)(D,G)(T) 02-0L5 I Williams 6 8 12................................ R Kingscote ★110 7 (8) AU CLAIR DE LUNE (19)(A,G) 6-1563 G Scott 4 8 8............................................H Turner 105 8 (9) ARROW OF GOLD (88)(G) 1L-2 K Ryan 4 8 3........................................DOUBTFUL 108 9 (4) GABRIAL THE ONE (21)(C,A,G) 223054 R Fahey 5 8 2........................................P Mathers 105 10 (3) RED DEREK (9)(S) 132060 L Williamson 5 8 2.................................... N Currie 93 LONG HANDICAP: Gabrial The One 7-13, Red Derek 7-2. Star Betting: 3 Mancini, 7 Nuits St Georges, Mr Curiosity, 15-2 Hochfeld, 10 Gabrial The One, Au Clair De Lune, Hasanabad, 12 others. 2020: Always Resolute 9 8 2, Gavin Ashton(7) 10-1 (I Williams), drawn (1), 6 ran. itv: 2.00 and 2.35 STARFORM Nuits St Georges 10-1 (9-2) Led, pushed along over 2f out and soon pressed, headed 2f out and soon hung right, weakened from over 1f out, 8th of 12, 15l behind Prince Alex (8-9) at Goodwood 1m 6f hcp (2) sft in Jul. Mr Curiosity 11-2 (9-10) Held up off the pace towards rear, ridden inside final 2f, no response, 8th of 12, 8l behind Pearl Beach (8-13) at Newcastle 1m 4f hcap (3) in Jul. Mancini 9-4fav (10-3) Led, ridden over 1f out, headed approaching final furlong, kept on, no chance with winner, 2nd of 7, 3/4l behind Solent Gateway (9-2) at Chester 2m hcp 0-85 (4) gd in Aug. Hochfeld 11-1 (9-3) Mid-division, pushed along 4f out, ridden over 2f out, went left 1f out, eased briefly inside final furlong, no extra, 7th of 10, 4l behind Island Brave (9-4) at Haydock 1m 6f hcp 105 (2) gf. Au Clair De Lune 6-1 (9-5) Chased leader 3f, chased leaders, pushed along over 3f out, went 2nd 3f out, every chance inside final furlong, lost 2nd close home, 3rd of 7, 1l behind Land Of Winter (9-4) at Ripon 2m hcp 0-85 (4) gd in Aug. Gabrial The One 9-2 (9-5) Towards rear, pushed along over 1f out, kept on inside final furlong, never a threat, 4th of 7, 11l behind Solent Gateway (9-2) at Chester 2m hcp 0-85 (4) gd in Aug. Hasanabad 20-1 (9-4) Held up, ridden 2f out, some late headway, 5th of 9, 5l behind Uber Cool (9-4) at Chester 1m 5f hcp 0-90 (3) gs in May. Supakalanistic 50-1 (10-1) Steadied towards rear 6f out, never on terms after, 6th of 11, 12l behind Mo’assess (9-9) at Kempton 1m nov stk (5) pol in Aug. Red Derek 4-1 (10-7) Tracked leader, ridden 3f out, weakened from 2f out, 7th of 10, 9l behind Great Colaci (10-8) at Haydock 1m 4f am hcp (0-70) (4yo+) (5) gf. Arrow Of Gold 4-1 (9-4) Held up, closer out wide over 3f out, pushed along chasing leaders over 2f out, went 2nd inside final furlong, no chance with winner, 2nd of 5, 2l behind Tricorn (9-5) at Thirsk 1m 4f hcp 0-80 (4) gf in Jun. STARFORM: NUITS ST GEORGES Danger: Mr Curiosity 3.10 CLOGAU NURSERY Class 3 2YO 5f (9 runners) £9,793 1 (5) 154 INSTINCTIVE MOVE (24)(D,G) C Cox 9 7...............................................H Crouch 91 2 (1) 201L110 DEVIOUS ANGEL (29)(CD2,D2,A,G,S) T Dascombe 9 7.......................H Turner 90 3 (6) 1506 KINGBOARD STAR (12)(D,G) E Walker 9 6.............................................. A Atzeni 91 4 (4) 5112 LITTLE MISS DYNAMO (21)(BF,G,S)(T) T Dascombe 9 2............... R Kingscote 90 5 (7) 41314 FAST RESPONSE (20)(D,G,S) K Burke 8 12....................................... DOUBTFUL 93 6 (8) 63103 CATCH CUNNINGHAM (13)(D,A) K Ryan 8 12........................O McSweeney (7) ★95 7 (2) 2025202 RUSSELLINTHEBUSHES (29) P Evans 8 8..............................................J F Egan 94 8 (3) 1253342 LUCY LULU (11)(D,G) R Fell 8 8................................................................ N Currie 92 9 (9) 4L2L JUNGLE BEE (20)(T) T Easterby 8 5...........................................................H Shaw 92 Star Betting: 11-4 Instinctive Move, 9-2 Russellinthebushes, 5 Little Miss Dynamo, 6 Catch Cunningham, 13-2 Devious Angel, 7 Lucy Lulu, 8 Kingboard Star, 20 Jungle Bee. 2020: Riffaa Wonder 9 0, David Egan 5-4 Fav (R Hannon), drawn (1), 5 ran. STARFORM Russellinthebushes 40-1 (8-10) Soon led, shaken up 2f out, ridden 1f out, kept on well inside last, beaten on nod, 2nd of 11, ns behind Amazonian Dream (9-2) at Newbury 5f 2yo hcp 0-85 (4) gd in Aug. Little Miss Dynamo 9-4fav (9-0) Raced wide tracked winner, pushed along over 1f out, ridden and edged left inside final furlong, kept on one pace, 2nd of 6, 1l behind Sadmah (9-0) at Chester 6f 2yo fll stks (2) gd in Aug. Instinctive Move 14-1 (8-9) Mid-division, pushed along 3f out, ridden over 2f out, every chance 1f out, kept on well, no extra towards finish, 4th of 20, 1l behind Flaming Rib (8-13) at York 6f 2yo hcp (2) gd in Aug. Catch Cunningham 4-1 (8-9) Chased leaders, closed from 3f out, led 2f out, edged left inside final furlong, headed towards finish, 3rd of 8, 3/4l behind Bond Power (9-2) at Beverley 5f 2yo hcp 0-85 (4) gf in Aug. Devious Angel 25-1 (9-0) Tracked leader, ridden 2f out, weakened quickly 1f out, 14th of 17, 7l behind Tardis (9-0) at Newbury 5f 2yo fll Listed stks (1) gd in Aug. STARFORM: RUSSELLINTHEBUSHES Danger: Little Miss Dynamo 3.50 MENTAL HEALTH UK HANDICAP Class 3 6f (13 runners) £8,762 1 (6) -563600 MAJOR JUMBO (24)(CD,D2,A,S)(B) K Ryan 7 9 12...............O McSweeney (7) 96 2 (10) 4433205 LIHOU (21)(CD2,A,S) P Evans 5 9 10............................................... P-L Jamin (5) 93 3 (9) 1500106 MOKAATIL (7)(D2,A,G,S)(P,T) I Williams 6 9 10........................ B Sanderson (3) 94 4 (13) 06-1205 INDIAN CREAK (13)(D2,G,S) M Channon 4 9 9....................................D Probert 94 5 (5) 4-15404 PAWS FOR THOUGHT (40)(CD,C,G,S) T Dascombe 3 9 9............. R Kingscote 93 6 (4) 3201150 ABATE (28)(D3,G,S) Adrian Nicholls 5 9 8.............................................B McHugh 93 7 (2) 0661502 GABRIAL THE DEVIL (21)(CD2,C,D4,A,G,S) R Fahey 6 9 7....... C Murtagh (3) 94 8 (11) L011403 OUT THE HAT (16)(D3,G,S)(P*) J O’Keeffe 3 9 7.................................... A Atzeni 93 9 (7) 01L0060 GABRIAL THE WIRE (21)(C3,G) R Fahey 5 9 6....................................... D Nolan 91 10 (8) 4LL2500 BOSSIPOP (3)(CD3,D5,G,S)(B) T Easterby 8 9 5......................................... C Lee 95 11 (3) 400404L BRIAN THE SNAIL (28)(D7,A,G,S) R Fahey 7 8 13.............................P Hanagan ★97 12 (12) 4502206 HARMONY LIL (51)(CD2,G) T Dascombe 3 8 9.......................................H Turner 95 13 (1) 0-L5002 POWERALLIED (77)(CD4,C2,G,S) R Fahey 8 8 7................................P Mathers 90 14 (14) L-L0650 TAR HEEL (14)(D,S) T Easterby 3 8 5.................................................. DOUBTFUL 87 LONG HANDICAP: Powerallied 8-3. Star Betting: 5 Gabrial The Devil, 11-2 Powerallied, 8 Paws For Thought, 10 Lihou, Major Jumbo, Out The Hat, Brian The Snail, Abate, 12 others. 2020: Gabrial The Devil 5 9 7, Paul Hanagan 15-8 Fav (R Fahey), drawn (2), 11 ran. STARFORM Powerallied 16-1 (8-2) Chased leaders, niggled along under 3f out, headway into 2nd entering straight, carried head high but closed well inside final furlong, ran on but outpaced by winner closing stages, 2nd of 10, nk behind Spoof (9-7) at Chester 5f hcp 0-85 (4) gd in Jun. Out The Hat 10-3 (9-12) Led, ridden and headed well over 1f out, kept on inside last, 3rd of 7, 1 3/4l behind Bowman (9-6) at Carlisle 6f 3yo hcp 0-85 (4) gd in Aug. Gabrial The Devil 8-1 (8-11) In touch, wide and headway over 1f out, ridden and ran on to chase winner towards finish, 2nd of 8, 1l behind Sunday Sovereign (9-7) at Chester 5f hcp 0-100 (2) gd in Aug. Paws For Thought 11-2 (9-4) Led narrowly, headed over 3f out, ridden to lead over 2f out, weakened over 1f out, 4th of 6, 3 1/2l behind Fortamour (8-11) at Ripon 6f hcp 0-95 (3) gd in Aug. STARFORM: POWERALLIED Danger: Out The Hat 4.25 RESTAURANT 1539 HANDICAP Class 2 1m 2f (9 runners) £15,462 1 (9) 34-2300 PALAVECINO (30)(CD,D,A,G,S)(H) B Meehan 5 9 7.............................. M Dwyer 114 2 (1) 31200L2 VICTORY CHIME (21)(D8,A,G,S)(V) R Beckett 6 9 5.............................H Crouch 116 3 (4) 6-32600 FAYLAQ (21)(A,G,S)(B*) W Haggas 5 9 0........................................... R Kingscote ★119 4 (6) -11L1L0 DARK PINE (63)(CD,D,A,S)(B) D Loughnane 4 8 12..............Laura Pearson (3) 113 5 (8) L56-030 KING OTTOKAR (18)(D,S)(P) C Fellowes 5 8 11.............................. J P Spencer 115 6 (5) 5324530 RESTORER (22)(CD2,D2,G,S)(P) I Williams 9 8 9................................... A Atzeni 115 7 (7) 125-021 SPIRIT DANCER (77)(D2,A,S) R Fahey 4 8 9......................................P Hanagan 113 8 (3) -12333L GROUP ONE POWER (35)(BF,A,G) A Balding 4 8 4.............................D Probert 115 9 (2) 2522154 JEAN BAPTISTE (75)(D,A,S)(P) G Boughey 4 8 2.................................. N Currie 113 Star Betting: 7-2 Victory Chime, 4 Spirit Dancer, 11-2 Group One Power, 7 Palavecino, Faylaq, 15-2 King Ottokar, 10 Jean Baptiste, 12 Dark Pine, Restorer. 2020: Restorer 8 9 1, David Egan 15-2 (I Williams), drawn (5), 6 ran. STARFORM Dark Pine 33-1 (8-9) Slowly away, in rear, ridden and switched to near rail over 3f out, no impression, 17th of 20, 18l behind Johnny Drama (8-13) at York 1m 2f hcp (2) gd in Jul. Spirit Dancer 16-5 (9-7) Prominent, ran on strongly to lead before final furlong, comfortably, won at Newcastle 1m 2f hcp 0-85 (4) in Jun beating Pallas Dancer (8-5) by 3 1/2l, 11 ran. Victory Chime 28-1 (9-8) Chased leader over 1f out, stayed handy, led 2f out, driven and edged left inside final furlong, headed post, 2nd of 11, ns behind King Of Clubs (8-2) at Sandown 1m 2f hcp (2) gd in Aug. Group One Power 3-1fav (9-2) Wore hood to post, disputing 2nd, went outright 2nd inside final 3f until over 2f out, weakened inside final 2f, last of 10, 38l behind Graphite (9-5) at Ascot 1m 4f hcp 0-95 (3) gs in Aug. Faylaq 12-1 (9-10) Chased leaders, lost place over 8f out, ridden and well beaten from over 2f out, 10th of 11, 27l behind King Of Clubs (8-2) at Sandown 1m 2f hcp (2) gd in Aug. STARFORM: DARK PINE Danger: Spirit Dancer 4.55 HORSERADISH CATERING HANDICAP Class 4 1m 2f (12 runners) £5,400 1 (11) 553 FLATLEY (29) A Wintle 4 9 7................................................................. T Heard (5) 83 2 (9) 3L-5000 KRYPTOS (20)(C,A,G,S) J Berry 7 9 7............................................... R Kingscote 92 3 (7) 2260055 KALEIDOSCOPIC (30)(D2,G,S) M Channon 4 9 7.................................D Probert 88 4 (3) 41L-00L EMIYN (75)(S) D Carroll 4 9 3.......................................................................H Shaw 89 5 (2) 3412332 WIDAAD (9)(S) G Boughey 4 9 1................................................................ N Currie 90 6 (4) -P0L452 ZAMBEZI MAGIC (16)(D,G)(H) B J Llewellyn 4 9 0................................H Crouch 90 7 (12) 13235/0 THE NEW MARWAN (41)(G) P Morris 4 8 13........................................B McHugh — 8 (5) 41L1L42 BAY OF NAPLES (9)(A) M Herrington 5 8 11.........................................D Costello 90 9 (1) 41120L2 TUNDRA (15)(D2,A,F,S) P Evans 5 8 9............................................ P-L Jamin (5) 90 10 (8) LL0-460 GABRIALS BOY (14)(D,G) R Fahey 5 8 9.............................................P Hanagan ★93 11 (10) 5036431 LITTLE TED (11)(D,G)(P) T Easterby 4 8 3...............................................J F Egan 87 12 (6) 2125603 BIT OF A QUIRKE (13)(CD,D7,G,S)(V) M Walford 8 8 2........................H Turner 90 Star Betting: 4 Widaad, 6 Bay Of Naples, 13-2 Zambezi Magic, 7 Flatley, 15-2 Little Ted, 8 Bit Of A Quirke, Tundra, 12 Kaleidoscopic, Emiyn, 14 others. 2020: Society Red 6 9 5, Paul Hanagan 9-2 Fav (R Fahey), drawn (9), 12 ran. STARFORM: LITTLE TED Danger: Kaleidoscopic DONC VERTEM NURSERY (STR 1.15 Class 2 2YO 1 1 (4) 23312 2 (6) 1431 3 (5) 431 4 (1) 03330 5 (2) 621 6 (3) 55012 FALL OF ROM C Appleby 9 7.. LA PULGA (25 R Charlton 9 1. THUNDER LE H Palmer 8 11.. DESERT ANG R Hannon 8 6.. NASIM (21)(D, A Balding 8 5... MAGIC WARR R Hannon 8 4.. Star Betting: 2 Thunder Legend, 9-4 F 16 Desert Angel. 2020: Lone Eagle 9 2, Silvestre De S STARFORM: LA PULGA 1.45 PORTLAND HANDICAP Class 2 6f 1 (5) -L1203 2 (9) 3046L5 3 (16) L56614 4 (18) 123210 5 (21) 511544 6 (6) 126-L0 7 (22) 050212 8 (13) 4L1610 9 (7) 200012 10 (15) 305060 11 (4) 122051 12 (12) L61244 13 (11) 423051 14 (20) 241343 15 (19) 211010 16 (17) L26020 17 (3) 131000 18 (8) 121504 19 (2) -20312 20 (14) 453102 21 (1) 013161 22 (10) 004625 HURRICANE I W Haggas 4 9 1 STONE OF DE A Balding 6 9 8 VENTUROUS T D Barron 8 9 MR WAGYU (2 J J Quinn 6 9 7 JAWWAAL (7) M Dods 6 9 7... PREMIER POW R Varian 4 9 6.. COPPER KNIG T Easterby 7 9 WHENTHEDEA R Teal 3 9 5...... JUSTANOTHE K Ryan 7 9 5.... COUNT D’ORS T Easterby 5 9 KING OF STAR M Appleby 4 9 INTRINSIC BO T Waggott 4 9 3 MONDAMMEJ A Brittain 4 9 1 BEYOND EQU W Kittow 6 8 12 KIND REVIEW T Waggott 5 8 1 TREACHEROU E De Giles 7 8 A SURE WELC J Spearing 7 8 BOUNDLESS M Appleby 4 8 DIGITAL (21)(G K Ryan 3 8 10.. MID WINSTER P Midgley 5 8 9 SALUTI (9)(CD P Midgley 7 8 9 EMBOUR (8)(D R Carr 6 8 9..... Star Betting: 6 Hurricane Ivor, 8 Mondammej, 12 Whenthedealinsdone, J 2020: Stone Of Destiny 5 9 0, S De So STARFORM Hurricane Ivor 7 sion, ridden and hea long, 3rd of 22, 1l behind Copper Knig Copper Knight 15-2 (9-3) Close up, furlong, headed final strides, 2nd o Haydock 5f hcp 105 (2) gf. Stone Of Destiny 12-1 (9-8) Mid-d out, kept on final furlong, 5th of 1 Haydock 5f hcp 105 (2) gf. Digital 5-1 (8-1) Tracked leader, r headed close home, 2nd of 12, nk b 0-105 (2) gd in Aug. Jawwaal 7-1 (9-6) Held up, pushed 4th of 10, 1 1/4l behind Mondammej Mondammej 6-1 (8-11) Towards re ridden over 1f out, ran on strongly to 105 (2) gf beating Copper Knight (9-3 Boundless Power 9-2 (9-10) Towar on inside final furlong, nearest finish, at Windsor 5f hcap (3) gf in Aug. Justanotherbottle 6-1 (9-2) Went l out, extended lead under 2f out, pres furlong, no chance with winner clo Marvellous (9-2) at Beverley 5f Listed STARFORM: HURRICANE I 2.20 CHAMPAGNE STAKES (G Class 1 2YO 7 1 (4) 13111 2 (2) 12 3 (3) 2211 4 (1) 510563 LUSAIL (22)(D R Hannon 9 3.. BAYSIDE BOY R Varian 9 0..... REACH FOR T J & T Gosden 9 TWILIGHT JET M O’Callaghan Star Betting: 4-6 Reach For The Moon 2020: Chindit 9 0, Pat Dobbs 1

DS1ST Saturday, September 11, 2021 7 ASTER itv: 1.45-3.30 ) m (6 runners) £12,885 E (35)(BF,F)(P*) ......................................... W Buick 97 )(BF,D,G) .......................................O Murphy 99 GEND (15)(D,G) ................................. James Doyle 95 EL (23)(B*) ..........................................H Doyle 98 A) ....................................DOUBTFUL 95 IOR (70)(BF,F) ....................................David Egan ★100 all Of Rome, 5-2 La Pulga, 7 Magic Warrior, ousa 3-1 (M Meade), drawn (8), 6 ran. Danger: Thunder Legend (22 runners) £38,655 VOR (24)(D2,G) 0................................T Marquand 107 STINY (7)(CD,D,A,G) ....................................S De Sousa 107 (21)(CD,C,D4,A,F,G,S) 7.................................... C Beasley 109 8)(D13,F,G,S)(V) .............................................J Hart 110 (C3,A,F,G) ................................. James Doyle 108 ER (28)(D2,A) .......................................O Murphy ★112 HT (7)(A,F,G,S)(T) 6......................................... D Allan 108 LINSDONE (24)(D,F,G)(P) ......................................... W Buick 107 RBOTTLE (14)(CD,D,F,G,S)(B) ........................................... K Stott 109 AY (35)(G,S) 4............................. P J McDonald 109 S (8)(A,F)(P) 4........................................B Curtis 105 ND (15)(CD,D2,A,F,G,S) ................................Jimmy Quinn 109 (7)(D,A,F)(H) ........................................ C Hardie 108 AL (20)(D5,F,G) ...................................... R Hornby 108 (78)(D,A,G) 2.......................................H Doyle 109 S (13)(D9,A,F,G) 11....................................J Mitchell 109 OME (20)(D4,A0,F,G,S)(P) 11.........................................R Tate 111 POWER (23)(S) 10...............................Rossa Ryan 109 ,S) ..........................................T Eaves 107 (24)(C,D,F,G) ...................................David Egan 108 ,A,F,G,S) .....................................L F Roche 107 6,A,F,G) ......................................R Dawson 108 Stone Of Destiny, 10 Digital, Jawwaal, ustanotherbottle, Copper Knight, 14 others. usa 16-1 (A Balding), drawn (18), 21 ran. -1 (9-8) Bumped leaving stalls, mid-dividway over 2f out, finished well final furht (8-12) at York 5f hcp 105 (2) gd in Aug. led 2f out, soon ridden, ran on well final f 10, hd behind Mondammej (8-11) at ivision, headway over 1f out, ridden 1f 0, 1 1/4l behind Mondammej (8-11) at idden 2f out, led 1f out, kept on well, ehind Blackrod (8-9) at York 5f app hcp along 2f out, kept on inside final furlong, (8-11) at Haydock 5f hcp 105 (2) gf. ar, pushed along 2f out, headway and lead final strides, won at Haydock 5f hcp ) by hd, 10 ran. ds rear early, not much room 2f out, ran 4th of 10, 1l behind Autumn Flight (9-5) eft start, tracked leader, led narrowly 3f sed over 1f out and headed inside final sing stages, 2nd of 11, 4l behind Tis stks (1) gf in Aug. VOR Danger: Copper Knight ROUP 2) f (4 runners) £71,336 ,F,G) .........................................P Dobbs ★119 (28)(BF,D,G) ....................................David Egan 109 HE MOON (21)(D2,G) 0.................................... L Dettori 118 (22) (IRE) 9 0......................L F Roche 112 , 2 Lusail, 15-2 Bayside Boy, 20 Twilight Jet. 5-8 (R Hannon), drawn (7), 7 ran. TRACKFACTS Left-hand almost perfectly flat track with a run-in of just over four furlongs. High numbers best on the straight course. Stalls today Straight Centre; Round Inside. TOP TRAINERS (with runners) R Varian 38 winners, (22.6% strike rate), -£33.25, R Hannon 35, (11.4%), -£50.55, J & T Gosden 32, (22.2%), -£19.94, R Fahey 27, (7.3%), -£160.05, M Johnston 24, (13.4%), -£27.27, W Haggas 22, (18.8%), -£17.19, A Balding 17, (19.3%), +£79.25, R Beckett 16, (16.2%), +£18.08, I Williams 16, (18.4%), +£40.25, C Appleby 14, (18.7%), -£28.80, H Palmer 14, (20.9%), -£8.58, K Ryan 13, (7.9%), -£12.05. TOP JOCKEYS (with mounts) William Buick 27 winners, (20.1% strike rate), -£12.06, P J McDonald 26, (14.5%), +£70.88, Jim Crowley 22, (20.0%), -£5.78, Frankie Dettori 17, (23.3%), -£6.73, Dane O’Neill 17, (18.7%), +£3.38, James Doyle 16, (15.5%), -£36.27, Oisin Murphy 15, (12.2%), -£41.31, Ben Curtis 15, (9.9%), -£42.37, Silvestre De Sousa 15, (13.9%), -£21.02, David Egan 14, (18.7%), +£22.92, David Allan 14, (11.2%), +£12.75. STARFORM Lusail 7-2 (9-3) Midfield, ridden 2f out, quickened to lead inside final furlong, ran on strongly, won at York 6f 2yo Grp 2 (1) gf in Aug beating Gis A Sub (9-0) by 1 1/4l, 11 ran. Reach For The Moon 2-5fav (9-1) Chased leaders, raced keenly, led over 2f out, clear inside final furlong, easily, won at Sandown 7f 2yo Grp 3 (1) gd in Aug beating Great Max (9-1) by 4l, 6 ran. Bayside Boy 6-4fav (9-1) Held up in last pair, headway between horses going well in 2nd inside final 2f, ridden to lead narrowly inside final furlong, edged right soon after, headed and no extra final strides, 2nd of 6, hd behind Masekela (9-1) at Newbury 7f 2yo lst stk (1) gd in Aug. Twilight Jet 18-1 (9-0) Held up in touch, ridden and headway over 2f out, close up entering final furlong, kept on, 3rd of 11, 2l behind Lusail (9-3) at York 6f 2yo Grp 2 (1) gf in Aug. STARFORM: LUSAIL Danger: Reach For The Moon 3.00 CAZOO PARK STAKES (GROUP 2) Class 1 7f (6 runners) £62,381 1 (1) 32-210 2 (6) 1-4221 3 (3) 343103 4 (2) 4103L0 5 (5) 12L-2 6 (4) 33-64L D’BAI (28)(D5,A,F,G,S)(B,T) C Appleby 7 9 4................................ James Doyle 118 DANYAH (49)(CD,D,F,G,S)(H) Owen Burrows 4 9 4............................... D O’Neill ★122 GLORIOUS JOURNEY (21)(D5,F,G,S) C Appleby 6 9 4........................................ W Buick 121 OH THIS IS US (14)(CD,D6,A,F,G) R Hannon 8 9 4..................................T Marquand 113 LANEQASH (28)(D,F) R Varian 3 9 0........................................ J Crowley 120 RHYTHM MASTER (43)(G) R Fahey 3 9 0................................. P J McDonald 116 Star Betting: 6-4 Laneqash, 5-2 Danyah, 11-4 Glorious Journey, 10 D’bai, 20 Oh This Is Us, Rhythm Master. 2020: Wichita 3 9 0, Frankie Dettori 11-4 Fav (A P O’Brien), drawn (2), 8 ran. STARFORM Laneqash 22-1 (9-0) Off the pace towards rear, good headway near side of group over 1f out, kept on inside final furlong, no chance with winner, 2nd of 10, 1l behind Sacred (8-11) at Newbury 7f Grp 2 (1) gd in Aug. Danyah 9-2fav (9-7) Raced centre, made virtually all, ridden over 1f out, ran on gamely, won at Ascot 7f hcp (2) gf in Jul beating Star Of Orion (8-0) by shd, 19 ran. Glorious Journey 17-2 (9-6) Chased leaders, ridden well over 2f out, every chance 1f out, kept on well, no extra, 3rd of 9, 1 3/4l behind Space Blues (9-6) at York 7f Grp 2 (1) gd in Aug. D’bai 20-1 (9-9) Led briefly, chased leader 3f, chased leaders, weakened inside final 2f, 9th of 10, 9l behind Sacred (8-11) at Newbury 7f Grp 2 (1) gd in Aug. Oh This Is Us 40-1 (9-4) Held up towards rear, pushed along over 2f out, never involved, 8th of 9, 4 1/2l behind Aratus (8-7) at Goodwood 7f hcp (2) gd in Aug. Rhythm Master 18-1 (9-1) Held up in last trio, pushed along on inside over 2f out, weakened inside final 2f, last of 7, 13l behind Baaeed (9-1) at Goodwood 1m 3yo Grp 3 (1) gs in Jul. STARFORM: LANEQASH Danger: D’Bai 3.35 ST LEGER STAKES (GROUP 1) (BRITISH CHAMPIONS SERIES) Class 1 3YO 1m 6f 115yds (10 runners) £421,355 1 (10) -63102 2 (2) 11-306 3 (4) -11311 4 (7) 4-111 5 (3) 2-2251 6 (8) 61111 7 (6) 1-235 8 (5) 1-0124 9 (1) -12442 10 (9) -41043 FERNANDO VICHI (30)(G)(B) Donnacha O’Brien (IRE) 9 1..................O Murphy 115 HIGH DEFINITION (24)(BF,S)(P*) A P O’Brien (IRE) 9 1.............................. L Dettori 119 HURRICANE LANE (59)(G,S) C Appleby 9 1........................................... W Buick ★130 INTERPRETATION (30)(G)(P) A P O’Brien (IRE) 9 1................................H Doyle 117 MOJO STAR (28)(G) R Hannon 9 1.....................................Rossa Ryan 124 OTTOMAN EMPEROR (44)(G) J P Murtagh (IRE) 9 1............................Ben Coen 120 SCOPE (24)(S) R Beckett 9 1.......................................... R Hornby 120 SIR LUCAN (24)(G)(P) A P O’Brien (IRE) 9 1....................... James Doyle 120 THE MEDITERRANEAN (24)(G)(P) A P O’Brien (IRE) 9 1.........................W M Lordan 121 YOUTH SPIRIT (24)(G,S) A Balding 9 1......................................T Marquand 120 Star Betting: 8-11 Hurricane Lane, 13-2 Ottoman Emperor, 15-2 Mojo Star, 8 High Definition, 14 Interpretation, Sir Lucan, 16 The Mediterranean, 25 others. 2020: Galileo Chrome 9 1, Tom Marquand 4-1 (J P O’Brien), drawn (12), 11 ran. STARFORM Hurricane Lane 1-1fav (9-2) Chased leader, ridden 3f out, led 2f out, stayed on very well, easily, won at ParisLongchamp(FR) 1m 4f 3yo Grp 1 sft in Jul beating Wordsworth (9-2) by 6l, 11 ran. Ottoman Emperor 11-1 (9-1) Tracked leader until over 5f out, handy 3rd, led over 2f out, ridden and hung right over 1f out, stayed on strongly, won at Goodwood 1m 4f 3yo Grp 3 (1) gs in Jul beating Sir Lucan (9-1) by 1/2l, 8 ran. Mojo Star 1-6fav (9-5) Tracked leader after 1f, challenged going well 3f out, led over 2f out, clear when shaken up over 1f out, stayed on well, won at Newbury 1m 4f 3yo mdn (3) gd in Aug beating Auriferous (9-5) by 4l, 4 ran. High Definition 7-2fav (9-0) Tracked leaders, outpaced and ridden well over 3f out, one pace and weakened over 1f out, 6th of 8, 8l behind Yibir (9-0) at York 1m 4f 3yo Grp 2 (1) gd in Aug. Interpretation 1-1fav (9-7) Pushed along to lead, strongly pressed 3f out, ridden over 2f out, increased advantage over 1f out, kept on well, won at Leopardstown 1m 6f 3yo lst stk (1) in Aug beating Fernando Vichi (9-7) by 1 3/4l, 6 ran. Sir Lucan 4-1 (9-0) Raced towards rear, pushed along well over 2f out, ridden well over 1f out, stayed on well final furlong, 4th of 8, 2l behind Yibir (9-0) at York 1m 4f 3yo Grp 2 (1) gd in Aug. The Mediterranean 16-1 (9-0) Soon led, four lengths clear 4f out, ridden well over 2f out, headed 1f out, stayed on well, no match for winner, 2nd of 8, 1 1/4l behind Yibir (9-0) at York 1m 4f 3yo Grp 2 (1) gd in Aug. Youth Spirit 8-1 (9-0) Mid-division, ridden over 2f out, kept on well final furlong, 3rd of 8, 1 3/4l behind Yibir (9-0) at York 1m 4f 3yo Grp 2 (1) gd in Aug. Fernando Vichi 4-1 (9-7) Pushed along to track leader in 2nd, strongly challenged leader 3f out, ridden and no impression on leader over 1f out, kept on, held, 2nd of 6, 1 3/4l behind Interpretation (9-7) at Leopardstown 1m 6f 3yo lst stk (1) in Aug. Scope 28-1 (9-0) Tracked leader, ridden well over 2f out, every chance well over 1f out, no extra inside last, 5th of 8, 2 1/2l behind Yibir (9-0) at York 1m 4f 3yo Grp 2 (1) gd in Aug. STARFORM: HURRICANE LANE Danger: Ottoman Emperor StarForm 4.05 HIPPO PRO 3 HANDICAP Class 2 1m 4f (6 runners) £25,770 1 (5) 01-403 2 (4) -50133 3 (6) -11200 4 (1) 2-2132 5 (2) 114/42 6 (3) 230116 TYSON FURY (15)(CD,D,G,S) R Spencer 4 9 10.......................................A Kirby 103 DARK JEDI (22)(D,G,S) T Easterby 5 9 9..................................D Fentiman 102 CARDANO (88)(D2,A,F,G,S)(P) I Williams 5 9 9..........................................B Curtis ★106 TITLE (57)(G) R Varian 3 9 7......................................David Egan 100 LIVING LEGEND (9)(D,A,F) M Johnston 5 9 6..................................... W Buick 102 SWORD BEACH (16)(F,S)(B) E J-Houghton 4 8 12.................................H Doyle 102 Star Betting: 6-4 Title, 3 Dark Jedi, 9-2 Living Legend, 15-2 Sword Beach, 8 Tyson Fury, 12 Cardano. 2020: Away He Goes 4 9 5, Jim Crowley 10-3 (I Mohammed), drawn (4), 5 ran. STARFORM Tyson Fury 9-2 (10-0) Steadied start, close up in rear, pushed along 2f out, ridden and stayed on towards finish, 3rd of 5, 3 1/2l behind Fabilis (9-0) at Newmarket 1m 4f hcp 0-100 (2) gf in Aug. Living Legend 9-4 (9-4) Led at steady pace, nudged along 3f out, ridden 2f out, headed 1f out, stayed on one paced, 2nd of 4, 1 1/2l behind Without A Fight (10-0) at Haydock 1m 4f hcp 105 (2) gf. Title 2-1 (9-5) Raced keenly in 3rd, ridden and went 2nd over 1f out, outbattled inside final furlong, 2nd of 6, 3/4l behind Aleas (9-5) at Hamilton 1m 3f 3yo lst stk (1) gd in Jul. Dark Jedi 11-1 (9-2) Held up in touch, switched right and ridden over 2f out, headway to chase leaders over 1f out, kept on final furlong, 3rd of 15, 1l behind Sam Cooke (8-10) at York 1m 4f hcp 105 (2) gf in Aug. Sword Beach 17-2 (9-3) Soon led, ridden over 1f out, headed just inside final furlong, faded towards finish, 6th of 8, 3l behind Red October (9-4) at Lingfield 1m 4f hcap (3) pol in Aug. Cardano 40-1 (9-5) In touch, ridden over 2f out, , weakened approaching final furlong, 13th of 15, 11l behind Amtiyaz (9-1) at Royal Ascot 1m 6f hcp 0-105 (2) gf in Jun. STARFORM: TYSON FURY Danger: Living Legend 5.10 JASON HEAVEY Thunder Legend (nap) Stone Of Destiny Reach For The Moon Laneqash Ottoman Emperor Living Legend Cruyff Turn VERMANTIA HANDICAP (STR) Class 2 1m (13 runners) £25,770 1 (1) 133LL0 2 (12) -01324 3 (11) 101101 4 (9) 350501 5 (5) 6-0461 6 (7) 1-115 7 (6) 6-1110 8 (8) 023323 9 (3) 100600 10 (10) 1-4600 11 (2) -11100 12 (13) -26000 13 (4) 602006 1.15 1.45 2.20 3.00 3.35 4.05 5.10 STAR TIP JACKPOT PLACEPOT FirST SIX RACES La Pulga Hurricane Ivor (nap) Reach For The Moon Danyah Hurricane Lane (nb) Tyson Fury Ametist GOING: Good to Firm-Good in places QAYSAR (43)(CD,D2,A,F,G,S) R Hannon 6 9 10.................................DOUBTFUL 110 DANCE FEVER (14)(A,F) C Cox 4 9 6.................................................A Kirby 112 CRUYFF TURN (23)(D2,F,G) T Easterby 4 9 4......................................... D Allan 110 IRISH ADMIRAL (14)(D,A,F) W Haggas 4 9 3.............................A Farragher (5) 110 BEAR FORCE ONE (18)(D2,A,F,G)(P) R Teal 5 9 2.............................................J Mitchell 109 ROYAL FLEET (22)(BF,D2,A,F)(H) C Appleby 3 9 1........................................ W Buick 109 RAADOBARG (86)(D2,F,S) R Varian 3 9 0.....................................Rossa Ryan 107 SCOTTISH SUMMIT (14)(D2,F,G,S) G Harker 8 9 0............................................ K Stott 111 TRAIS FLUORS (23)(D4,A,F,G) M Channon 7 8 13...............................David Egan 108 PYTHAGORAS (70)(BF,D2,F,G,S) R Fahey 3 8 13............................... P J McDonald 108 AMETIST (23)(F,G)(P*) W Haggas 4 8 12................................T Marquand 110 TESTON (56)(CD,D3,A,G)(P) I Furtado 6 8 9.....................................S De Sousa 95 EBURY (8)(D2,A,F) S Dixon 5 8 2................................. K Schofield (5) ★114 Star Betting: 3 Royal Fleet, 5 Dance Fever, 6 Irish Admiral, 13-2 Cruyff Turn, 7 Raadobarg, 10 Bear Force One, Ametist, 12 Pythagoras, 14 others. 2020: Matthew Flinders 3 8 9, Tom Marquand 5-2 Fav (E Walker), drawn (1), 12 ran. STARFORM Ametist 15-2 (8-13) Towards rear, never on terms, 15th of 18, 6l behind Cruyff Turn (9-1) at York 1m hcap (2) gd in Aug. Cruyff Turn 28-1 (9-1) Led, ridden and headed entering final 2f, led again inside final furlong, ran on gamely, won at York 1m hcap (2) gd in Aug beating Magical Morning (9-10) by hd, 18 ran. Royal Fleet 11-4fav (9-3) Midfield on outside, ridden and no impression over 2f out, kept on final furlong, 5th of 14, 3l behind Rifleman (8-12) at York 1m 3yo hcp 0-105 (2) gf in Aug. Dance Fever 3-1 (9-0) Held up in mid-division, headway over 1f out, kept on inside final furlong but lacked pace to get on terms, 4th of 9, 2l behind Aratus (8-7) at Goodwood 7f hcp (2) gd in Aug. Irish Admiral 9-4fav (9-6) Prominent, led over 6f out, ridden over 1f out, stayed on well inside final furlong, won at Redcar 1m hcp 0-95 (3) gf in Aug beating Hortzadar (9-6) by 2l, 7 ran. Raadobarg 17-2 (9-3) Mid-division stands side, headway over 2f out, weakened inside final furlong, 8th of 29, 9l behind Perotto (9-4) at Royal Ascot 1m her hcp 0-105 (2) gf in Jun. Bear Force One 16-1 (9-6) Led main group and close 2nd as groups merged halfway, ridden to lead inside final 100 yards, stayed on well, won at Newbury 1m hcp 0-100 (2) gd in Aug beating Itkaann (9-3) by 1/2l, 11 ran. Pythagoras 3-1fav (8-5) Chased leaders, raced keenly, ridden over 2f out, beaten over 1f out, weakened inside final furlong, 9th of 13, 5l behind Magical Morning (9-0) at Sandown 1m hcp (2) gd in Jul. Scottish Summit 9-2 (9-13) Last to break, held up, headway over 3f out, went 3rd inside final furlong, no impression, kept on, 3rd of 7, 5l behind Irish Admiral (9-6) at Redcar 1m hcp 0-95 (3) gf in Aug. Teston 12-1 (9-13) Raced in centre, chased leaders, ridden 2f out, weakened soon after, 9th of 11, 14l behind Baashir (9-13) at Doncaster 7f hcp 0-95 (3) gf in Jul. Ebury 17-2 (8-11) Always behind, 6th of 7, 5l behind Uncle Bryn (9-6) at Ascot 1m hcp 105 (2) gd. Trais Fluors 66-1 (9-2) Dwelt towards rear, pushed along over 2f out, ridden and stayed on towards finish, 10th of 18, 3 1/2l behind Cruyff Turn (9-1) at York 1m hcap (2) gd in Aug. STARFORM: AMETIST Danger: Cruyff Turn WHO’S HOT, WHo’s not TERRIFIC TRAINERS: (Most wins last 14 days) M Johnston 19; W Haggas 15; J & T Gosden 14; C Cox 12; C Appleby 11; T Easterby 10; E Walker 10; J P O’Brien 10; C Hills 9; R Hannon 7; A Balding 7; K Ryan 7; R Fahey 7; A Carroll 7; S & E Crisford 7; N Tinkler 6; T D Barron 5. SUFFERING STABLES: (Runners since last win) C Teague 169; C Wallis 79; S Dixon 41; M Walford 38; M Hammond 35; P Webber 30; D O’Meara 30; Tom Clover 28; J P Murtagh 27; J Portman 26; T Dascombe 26; D Loughnane 26; P Evans 25; E Dunlop 25. HOT JOCKS: (Most wins last 14 days) William Buick 17; Oisin Murphy 15; Rossa Ryan 11; Tom Marquand 11; James Doyle 9; Ben Curtis 8; Connor Beasley 8; Andrea Atzeni 8; Robert Havlin 8; Ray Dawson 7; Jim Crowley 7; David Probert 7; Rowan Scott 7; Hollie Doyle 6. RIDE OUT OF LUCK: (Rides since last win) Jimmy Quinn 132; Philip Prince 93; Ben Sanderson 60; James Sullivan 54; George Downing 46; Ben Robinson 43; Charlie Bennett 40; Shane Gray 34; Angus Villiers 29; Jamie Spencer 27; George Rooke 26; Daniel Tudhope 25; Rob Hornby 22. new quarters HORSES having their first runs for new trainers. BATH: None. CHESTER: 1.30 Midgetonamission (Emmet Mullins to P Evans), 2.00 Invite (M Botti to A Balding). DONCASTER: None. LINGFIELD: 5.50 Heshmah (D Watson to G Boughey). MUSSELBURGH: 6.15 Strategic Fortune (E Doyle to J Butler). in association with MAGIC COMBINATIONS BATH: Jane Elliott rides 2.05 Almighty Rave, 3.55 Commonsensical for T Dascombe, previous combinations 3 wins from 11 mounts 27% strike rate at course. CHESTER: Hayley Turner rides 1.30 Lordman, 3.10 Devious Angel, 3.50 Harmony Lil for T Dascombe, previous combinations 4 wins from 11 mounts 36% strike rate at course. DONCASTER: Kieran Schofield rides 5.10 Ebury for S Dixon, previous combinations 2 wins from 2 mounts 100% strike rate at course. Rob Hornby rides 3.35 Scope for R Beckett, previous combinations 2 wins from 10 mounts 20% strike rate at course. LINGFIELD: Louis Steward rides 3.05 Iconique for C Fellowes, previous combinations 3 wins from 5 mounts 60% strike rate at course. MUSSELBURGH: Callum Rodriguez rides 3.30 Beechwood Emily, 4.00 Gometra Ginty, 4.35 Hot Diggity Dog, 5.05 Beltane, 6.15 God Of Dreams, 6.50 Cool Dandy for K Dalgleish, previous combinations 9 wins from 44 mounts 20% strike rate at course. STARFORM TREBLE Nap – LANEQASH (3.00 Doncaster) Nb – HURRICANE IVOR (1.45 Doncaster) Treble – LORDMAN (1.00 Chester) wind surgery BATH: Smokey (4.30). CHESTER: Supakalanistic (2.35). DONCASTER: Teston (5.10). HEAVEY’S NAP THUNDER LEGEND (1.15 Doncaster) has made a likeable impression and bolted up last time when he made all the running.

8 Saturday, September 11, 2021 StarForm DS1ST number one FOR RACING in association with hAYDOCK (TOMORROW) ITV4 4.10-6.55 JASON HEAVEY Glorious Rio Lezardrieux Al Barez Sir Min Libby Ami Liberation Point Snowalot (treble) 4.10 APPRENTICE TRAINING SERIES HANDICAP Class 4 5f (17 runners) £12,885 1 (7) 0511 READY FREDDIE GO (8)(D5,A,G)(P) O Pears 3 9 13 ........................................................................................... G Sanna (3) 90 2 (2) 00L0 MUSCIKA (16)(D,G,S)(P) D O’Meara 7 9 7.................... DOUBTFUL 93 3 (3) 3231 PRIMO’S COMET (18)(D8,A,G)(P) J Goldie 6 9 4........ Z Wheatley 89 4 (17) 2305 BUY ME BACK (5)(D4,A,G) M Loughnane 4 9 4 ................................................................. Mr Cameron Hillhouse (5) 93 5 (11) 1410 MODULAR MAGIC (21)(D3,G) T D Barron 4 9 4.....O McSweeney 92 6 (1) L105 THE BELL CONDUCTOR (30)(D2,A,S) Phillip Makin 4 9 2 ....................................................................................Ryan Sexton (5) 92 7 (9) 3LL2 FANTASY MASTER (30)(D2,G,S)(P*) M Appleby 3 9 1 ................................................................................... Erika Parkinson 94 8 (4) 1246 FOUR ADAAY (25)(D3,A,S) B Millman 3 8 13.............S Feilden (5) 92 9 (13) 6134 GLOBAL HUMOR (9)(A,G,S)(P) J Goldie 6 8 9.............Alan Persse 93 10 (6) 0314 HOLBACHE (29)(CD,D2,G,S) A Carroll 3 8 8........... Emma Taff (5) 92 11 (16) L131 HARROGATE (20)(D4,G,S) P Midgley 6 8 7..............C Hutchinson 91 12 (10) 3111 GLORIOUS RIO (6)(D4,A,G)(B) Mrs Stella Barclay 4 8 4(5ex) ...................................................................................................J Peate ★95 13 (8) 0451 SAM’S CALL (14)(D,G)(V) M & D Easterby 4 8 3............. W Pyle (5) 93 14 (15) 1124 BOUDICA BAY (30)(CD,D6,G,S)(B) E Alston 6 8 3... M Perrault (5) 90 15 (14) 0630 ECONOMIC CRISIS (5)(D15,G,S) A Berry 12 8 0...M Presland (5) 90 16 (5) 5224 RED WALLS (13)(D,A) L Williamson 3 8 0.... Sophie Clements (7) 87 17 (12) 36L1 STREET LIFE (22)(D2,A)(P) P Morris 4 8 0.......... Morgan Cole (3) 91 LONG HANDICAP: Red Walls 7-11, Street Life 7-10. Star Betting: 5 Glorious Rio, 11-2 Primo’s Comet, 6 Ready Freddie Go, 8 Global Humor, 10 Harrogate, 12 others. 2020: No corresponding meeting. STARFORM: Fantasy Master Danger: Modular Magic 4.35 SKY BET SUNDAY SERIES SPRINT HANDICAP Class 4 6f (17 runners) £12,885 1 (11) 2130 BE PROUD (8)(BF,A,G,S)(P) J Goldie 5 9 10.............. P Mulrennan 90 2 (2) 0060 GABRIAL THE WIRE (22)(G) R Fahey 5 9 9...................P Hanagan 88 3 (7) 46L6 TROUBADOR (29)(D4,G,S)(B) M Dods 4 9 8...........P J McDonald 92 4 (6) 053L MANIGORDO (9)(D,G)(T) T Easterby 4 9 7............................D Allan 90 5 (1) 00L0 MUSCIKA (16)(D6,G,S)(P) D O’Meara 7 9 7...................D Tudhope 93 6 (17) 1446 PHOENIX STAR (22)(D4,A,G,S)(P) J Macey 5 9 5....... L Edmunds 92 7 (16) 3433 PRINCE OF ABINGTON (15)(D2,A,S)(P) J Chapple-Hyam 3 9 5 ............................................................................................David Egan 91 8 (3) 0043 I AM A DREAMER (12)(BF,D3,G,S)(T*) P Midgley 5 9 4 ..................................................................................C Hutchinson (5) 94 9 (4) 2534 SMEATON’S LIGHT (17)(D,G) M Channon 3 9 4.............. C Bishop 92 10 (13) 0302 TOMMY TAYLOR (26)(D,G,S) G Tuer 7 9 3........................ S James 91 11 (5) 1032 PRINCE OF BEL LIR (38)(BF,D,S) Joseph Parr 3 9 2.... J Mitchell ★95 12 (10) 1L05 MACHO PRIDE (9)(CD,A,G) B Haslam 3 9 2........................H Shaw 92 13 (14) 3160 SHOOT TO KILL (17)(D2,A,G)(P) G Scott 4 9 2.............D Muscutt 92 14 (9) 3151 ANCIENT TIMES (13)(D2,A,G) Harry Eustace 3 9 1.........H Turner 91 15 (12) 6021 LEZARDRIEUX (18)(D4,A,G) G Tuer 4 9 1.........O McSweeney (7) 91 16 (15) 44L6 ANDRONICUS BEAU (74)(D,A)(P,T) T Dascombe 3 9 1.... J Elliott 90 17 (8) 1124 JORDAN ELECTRICS (18)(BF,D4,G) Ewan Whillans 5 9 0 ................................................................................Joanna Mason (3) 92 Star Betting: 13-2 Prince Of Abington, 7 Tommy Taylor, 8 Prince Of Bel Lir, Lezardrieux, Be Proud, 10 Smeaton’s Light, 12 others. STARFORM: Manigordo Danger: Be Proud 5.00 EBF MAIDEN STAKES (GBB RACE) Class 4 2YO 6f (9 runners) £8,813 1 (8) AL BAREZ Tom Clover 9 5................................................. J Mitchell — 2 (4) CODE PURPLE B Haslam 9 5................................................H Shaw — 3 (5) FANTASY NAVIGATOR M Appleby 9 5........................... L Edmunds — 4 (1) PULL THE LEVER D F Davis 9 5.........................................J F Egan — 5 (2) WHOPUTFIFTYINYOU C Cox 9 5.......................................H Crouch — 6 (7) MOTHER SHIPTON K Ryan 9 0.......................................D Tudhope — 7 (6) POETIKEL PIECE Adrian Nicholls 9 0..............................B McHugh — 8 (9) ROSHAMBO J Camacho 9 0......................................... P Mulrennan — 9 (3) SHARESA M Johnston 9 0....................................................F Norton — Star Betting: 5-2 Whoputfiftyinyou, 3 Sharesa, 7-2 Mother Shipton, 6 Al Barez, 8 Code Purple, 16 others. STARFORM: Whoputfiftyinyou Danger: Sharesa 5.30 SKY BET SUNDAY SERIES NURSERY Class 4 2YO 7f (14 runners) £12,885 1 (2) 1510 2 (6) 14 B - Bath C - Chester D - Doncaster L - Lingfield M - Musselburgh A Sure Welcome...............D 1.45 Abate.................................C 3.50 Acadian City.......................L 4.45 Accrington Stanley........... B 3.55 Akamanto......................... M 7.20 Al Saariyah.........................L 6.25 Alba Del Sole.................... B 3.20 Aleef.................................. M 5.40 Alfred Boucher..................C 2.00 Alignak...............................C 2.00 Alkhansa.............................L 4.45 Almighty Rave................... B 2.05 Alounak..............................C 2.00 Always Dreaming...............L 5.20 Ametist..............................D 5.10 Animato............................ M 5.05 Aquamas.......................... M 6.50 Aramis Grey.......................L 6.25 Arch Moon........................ M 7.20 Arrow Of Gold...................C 2.35 Asense................................L 4.45 Atyaaf................................. B 3.20 Au Clair De Lune..............C 2.35 Avior Star.......................... M 6.15 Bawaader......................... M 3.30 Bay Of Naples...................C 4.55 Bayside Boy......................D 2.20 Bear Force One................D 5.10 Beechwood Emily............ M 3.30 Belisa De Vega...................L 4.45 Bellevue Lad.................... M 6.15 Beltane............................. M 5.05 Beyond Equal....................D 1.45 Bit Of A Quirke..................C 4.55 Blue Beret..........................L 4.10 Bobby Kennedy.................L 4.10 Bollin Neil......................... M 7.20 Bossipop...........................C 3.50 4.10 4.35 5.00 5.30 6.00 6.25 6.55 STAR TIP GOING: GOOD TO FIRM Glorious Rio (nap) Manigordo (nb) Mother Shipton Aristobulus Subtle Beauty Fairmac Emaraty Hero JACKPOT AND PLACEPOT FirST SIX RACES ARISTOBULUS (25)(A,G) J Ferguson 9 7............ D Muscutt 86 ST ANDREW’S CASTLE (30)(F) I Jardine 9 6..............P Mulrennan 83 Boundless Power.............D 1.45 Brains..................................L 5.20 Brian The Snail.................C 3.50 Bugle Major........................L 3.40 Byzantia..............................L 5.20 Cardano.............................D 4.05 Catch Cunningham..........C 3.10 Cavalluccio........................ B 2.05 Ceci Wells...........................L 5.20 Chinese Spirit.................. M 3.30 Choirmaster...................... B 2.40 Clarity Spirit...................... B 2.40 Clegane..............................L 5.20 Clotherholme................... M 3.30 Coaxing............................ M 4.35 Colonial Love.....................L 3.05 Commit No Nuisance........L 5.50 Commonsensical.............. B 3.55 Cool Dandy...................... M 6.50 Copper Knight..................D 1.45 Count D’Orsay..................D 1.45 Cruyff Turn........................D 5.10 D’bai...................................D 3.00 Dance Fever......................D 5.10 Dandy’s Diva..................... B 2.40 Danyah...............................D 3.00 Dapper Man..................... M 5.40 Dark Jedi...........................D 4.05 Dark Pine...........................C 4.25 Desert Angel.....................D 1.15 Desert Mist....................... M 6.50 Devious Angel...................C 3.10 Dhabyah............................C 2.00 Digital.................................D 1.45 Dungar Glory.................... M 5.05 Earn Your Stripes............ M 3.30 Ebury..................................D 5.10 Elegant Embrace............. M 4.35 Embour..............................D 1.45 Emiyn.................................C 4.55 Essaka............................... B 3.20 3 (11) 3314 4 (8) 130 5 (10) 0335 6 (13) 0322 7 (7) 13 8 (12) 6403 9 (5) 352202 10 (3) 404U2 11 (1) 442L64 12 (9) L52010 13 (14) 005 14 (4) 0306L3 SHARP RIPOSTE (24)(A) M Botti 9 6.......................L Morris 82 OUTGATE (24)(D,A) D & C Kubler 9 4.............N Currie 84 MYSTERY FOX (32) R Varian 9 4................David Egan 86 FLAMING LORD (33) Harry Eustace 9 3.............G Wood 85 EXMINSTER (29)(BF,D,F) E Bethell 9 2................D Tudhope 84 BOX TO BOX (19) T Dascombe 9 0......... Jane Elliott 84 INTERNATIONAL BOY (15)(BF R Fahey 8 13.............. P Hanagan 87 SIR MIN (9) C Fellowes 8 13.............. H Turner 85 RICKENBACKER (2)(P) T Dascombe 8 8... K Schofield (5) ★88 BUNGLEY (8)(G) T Easterby 8 6............D Fentiman 86 COME TO PASS (26) A Carroll 8 4.................... J F Egan 76 BEARCARDI (17) J L Eyre 8 1........................C Hardie 855 Star Betting: 6 Aristobulus, 13-2 Mystery Fox, 7 Sir Min, 8 International Boy, Exminster, Flaming Lord, 10 others. STARFORM: St Andrew’s Castle Danger: Sir Min 6.00 SKY BET SUNDAY SERIES FILLIES’ HANDICAP Class 4 1m (12 runners) £15,462 1 (5) -112L3 2 (6) 51011L 3 (9) 0-1215 4 (11) 23-241 5 (2) -0410L 6 (8) 202135 7 (10) 103L14 8 (4) 2240 9 (7) 20-423 10 (3) -05200 11 (1) 244220 12 (12) 215613 ASTROGEM (25)(F,G) Harry Eustace 4 9 10......... R Tate 89 ZULU GIRL (15)(D3,F,G) D & C Kubler 4 9 10........N Currie 85 ARABIAN ROMANCE (24)(D,F) K P De Foy 4 9 10.P J McDonald 87 SUBTLE BEAUTY (46)(G)(T) P & O Cole 3 9 5.Grace McEntee (5) 81 GENETIQUE (40)(S)(B*) D O’Meara 3 9 5............ J Watson 43 CROWN PRINCESS (32)(D,F,G) O Pears 3 9 3............H Russell (3) 85 TURANDOT (30)(CD,F)(H) D O’Meara 3 9 3..........D Tudhope 84 NEW EXCEED (21)(H) C Appleby 3 9 2.............J Mitchell 84 HIPSWAY (16) K Dalgleish 3 8 9.............S James 86 FLORENCE STREET (21) A Balding 3 8 7..............D Probert 88 SOLLER BAY (16)(B) T Easterby 3 8 2.........D Fentiman 87 LIBBY AMI (6)(BF,D,A,F,G) G Tuer 3 8 1.................... C Hardie ★90 Star Betting: 4 Arabian Romance, 5 New Exceed, Astrogem, 13-2 Subtle Beauty, 8 Libby Ami, 10 Crown Princess, 12 others. STARFORM: Arabian Romance Danger: Zulu Girl 6.25 Exchequer........................ M 6.15 Fall Of Rome.....................D 1.15 Fancy Man..........................L 3.40 Fast Response..................C 3.10 Favourite Niece................ M 6.50 Faylaq................................C 4.25 Fernando Vichi..................D 3.35 Flatley................................C 4.55 Flying Dragon.................... B 5.00 Fred................................... M 4.00 Freddy Robinson............. M 5.05 Gabrial The Devil..............C 3.50 Gabrial The One................C 2.35 Gabrial The Wire...............C 3.50 Gabrials Boy......................C 4.55 Garnock Valley................. M 6.50 Ginger Jam........................ B 4.30 Glamorous Force.............. B 3.20 Glasvegas...........................L 5.50 Glinbury............................ M 4.00 Glorious Journey..............D 3.00 God Of Dreams................ M 6.15 Golden Romance.............. B 2.05 Gometra Ginty................. M 4.00 Goodwood Glen.................L 5.20 Group One Power.............C 4.25 Harmony Lil.......................C 3.50 Harwood Lady................. M 4.35 Hasanabad........................C 2.35 Hatshepsut....................... M 4.35 Havana Go........................ M 3.30 Heshmah............................L 5.50 High Definition..................D 3.35 His Pride........................... M 6.15 Hochfeld............................C 2.35 Honorah............................ M 4.35 Honours..............................L 3.05 Hot Diggity Dog............... M 4.35 Hurricane Ivor...................D 1.45 Hurricane Lane.................D 3.35 Hyde Park Barracks......... B 1.35 MIDDLE DISTANCE HANDICAP Class 4 1m 2f 100yds (17 runners) £15,462 1 (17) 204L21 2 (13) L-3431 3 (7) -12210 HOWZER BLACK (13)(CD,D,A,F,G)(H) K Dalgleish 5 9 13...........N Currie 90 PRINCE OF HARTS (27)(D,A,F,G,S) B Millman 5 9 10........David Egan 91 ATHMAD (21)(D,A,G) R Carr 5 9 10......... P J McDonald 92 TODAY’S ABC Iconique..............................L 3.05 Indian Creak......................C 3.50 Instinctive Move...............C 3.10 Interpretation....................D 3.35 Intrinsic Bond...................D 1.45 Invite..................................C 2.00 Irish Admiral......................D 5.10 Irish Eileen....................... M 3.30 Iron Sheriff....................... M 6.50 Jakks Groove....................C 1.30 Jawwaal.............................D 1.45 Jean Baptiste....................C 4.25 Jerriais................................L 4.10 Jessie Allan...................... M 6.15 Jungle Bee........................C 3.10 Jungle Book..................... M 3.30 Just A Claim..................... M 4.35 Justanotherbottle.............D 1.45 Jusumi.............................. M 4.35 Kaleidoscopic...................C 4.55 Kath’s Toyboy.................... B 1.35 Keep Me Happy................C 1.30 Kendergarten Kop.............L 5.20 Kind Review......................D 1.45 Kinderfrau..........................L 3.05 King Of Stars....................D 1.45 King Ottokar.....................C 4.25 Kingboard Star.................C 3.10 Knight Of Kings.................L 4.10 Koropick........................... M 5.40 Kryptos..............................C 4.55 La Pulga............................D 1.15 La Sensazione...................L 6.25 Lady Artela....................... M 6.15 Ladypacksapunch.............L 4.45 Laneqash...........................D 3.00 Latin Five.......................... M 5.40 Lihou..................................C 3.50 Lindwall..............................L 4.10 Line Of Descent............... M 7.20 Lion Ring............................L 5.50 Listen Again..................... M 6.50 Little Miss Dynamo..........C 3.10 Little Ted............................C 4.55 Livia The Empress.............L 3.05 Living Legend...................D 4.05 Loquace............................. B 2.05 Lordman............................C 1.30 Love Poems.......................L 3.05 Lucky Violet..................... M 3.30 Lucy Lulu...........................C 3.10 Lukoutoldmakezebak...... M 3.30 Lusail.................................D 2.20 Lyrical Lady........................L 4.45 Mac Mccarthy.................. M 6.50 Madame Ambassador...... B 2.05 Magic Warrior...................D 1.15 Major Jumbo.....................C 3.50 Mammasaidknockuout.....L 5.50 Mancini..............................C 2.35 Manor Park....................... B 5.00 Marsden Cross..................L 3.05 Maysong.............................L 5.20 Mekong...............................L 3.40 Mid Winster.......................D 1.45 Midgetonamission............C 1.30 Mobarhin............................L 5.50 Mojo Star...........................D 3.35 Mokaatil.............................C 3.50 Monaadhil......................... M 6.15 Mondammej......................D 1.45 Mr Curiosity......................C 2.35 TRACKFACTS Left-hand course with a slightly uphill home straight of about four and a half furlongs. Emphasis is very much on stamina when the going is heavy. High numbers best in sprints when the going is soft. Stalls today 5f, 6f & 1m2f Centre; 7f, 1m & 2m Inside. 4 (1) CIVIL LAW (52)(D2,A,F)(T) 601130 R Teal 4 9 10......C Hutchinson (5) 91 5 (9) LIBERATION POINT (20)(G) 6/2-1 M Appleby 4 9 7..........D Tudhope 86 6 (11) STRAWMAN (12)(D2,F,G) L-L111 K Tutty 4 9 7...... Gemma Tutty (3) 93 7 (16) PERFECT CITY (J19)(G,S) 53100/ Jonjo O’Neill 6 9 5...... P Hanagan — 8 (2) CEDAR CAGE (87)(BF,A)(P) 43-352 D Shaw 4 9 5.................. C Hardie 92 9 (10) FAIRMAC (9)(CD,D,F,G)(B) 312421 M Johnston 3 9 5........... F Norton 89 10 (14) MIRAMICHI (9)(CD2,D2,F,G) L11112 T Dascombe 3 9 4...... Jane Elliott 90 11 (15) STARFIGHTER (21)(D2,A,G) 232046 M Loughnane 5 9 3.......H Crouch 91 12 (5) BOLLIN MARGARET (12)(D4,F,G) 1110L3 T Easterby 4 9 3................D Allan 91 13 (12) TOMMY G (21)(F,G) 113214 J Goldie 8 9 2...........P Mulrennan 92 14 (4) SIX STRINGS (9)(A,F,G) 222323 G Tuer 7 9 2.....................S James ★94 15 (3) SILVER GUNN (21)(D2,F,G)(H) 21L121 M Botti 3 9 1................D E Hogan 89 16 (8) CADEAU D’OR (17)(D,G) 650541 A Balding 4 9 1..............D Probert 92 17 (6) YORKSHIRE LADY (21)(G,S) 10L221 M & D Easterby 3 9 0.. J Mason (3) 88 Star Betting: 7 Howzer Black, 8 Strawman, Prince Of Harts, 10 Cadeau D’or, Yorkshire Lady, Six Strings, 12 others. STARFORM: Bollin Margaret Danger: Silver Gunn 6.55 SKY BET SUNDAY SERIES HANDICAP Class 4 2m (13 runners) £15,462 1 (9) 002121 2 (1) 5510-5 3 (6) 0L51L0 4 (12) 110-31 5 (8) 1/4-31 6 (10) L-23L2 7 (5) 213-15 8 (4) 205324 9 (3) 004-11 10 (7) 040524 11 (11) 4/2411 12 (13) 4-534L 13 (2) 525412 SNOWALOT (15)(F,G) J Ferguson 4 9 10....... D Muscutt 90 AUTHOR’S DREAM (149)(D4,A,G)(P*) W Knight 8 9 10............. J Watson 85 GLASSES UP (23)(F,G,S) R M Smith 6 9 9..........D Tudhope 94 LAND OF WINTER (20)(D2,A,G,S)(P,T) R Guest 5 9 8....................D Allan 91 GOOBINATOR (64)(D,A,G)(H) D McCain 5 9 7.........P Mulrennan 91 CLEARANCE (17)(D3,A,G,S) M Blake 7 9 3........ P J McDonald 92 MANJAAM (J147)(D2,A,F,G)(P,T) M Loughnane 8 9 3..... J Peate (7) 91 SINGLE (16)(F,G) M Channon 4 9 1..........G Bass (5) 91 EMARATY HERO (7)(F,G) G Tuer 4 8 13...................S James ★99 TORONTO (16)(H*) C Fellowes 4 8 12.........L Steward 93 TEQANY (28)(D,F)(T) F O’Brien 7 8 10.......... D Costello 92 NAVEGAON GATE (31)(B*) E Walker 3 8 5.................L Morris 90 NATALEENA (7)(D3,A,F,G) B Haslam 5 8 0............... C Hardie 93 Star Betting: 3 Emaraty Hero, 9-2 Snowalot, 7 Teqany, 8 Land Of Winter, 10 Clearance, Goobinator, 12 Nataleena, 14 others. STARFORM: Emaraty Hero Danger: Snowalot Mr Professor..................... B 2.05 Mr Wagyu..........................D 1.45 Mythical Molly.................. M 4.35 Nasim.................................D 1.15 Navajo Spring.................. M 5.40 Newbolt............................ M 4.00 Nibras Again..................... B 4.30 Nicks Not Wonder............ B 5.00 Nikhi....................................L 4.45 Noteable............................C 1.30 Nuits St Georges..............C 2.35 Oh This Is Us....................D 3.00 Onaraggatip.......................L 5.50 Oso Rapido...................... M 4.00 Ottoman Emperor.............D 3.35 Our Man In Havana.......... B 3.20 Out The Hat.......................C 3.50 Palavecino.........................C 4.25 Pastfact............................. B 3.20 Paws For Thought............C 3.50 Powerallied.......................C 3.50 Premier Power..................D 1.45 Prince of Rome................. B 4.30 Pythagoras........................D 5.10 Qaysar...............................D 5.10 Raadobarg.........................D 5.10 Rain Cap........................... M 6.15 Reach For The Moon.......D 2.20 Reams Of Love................. B 5.00 Recuerdame.......................L 5.20 Red Derek.........................C 2.35 Red Flyer........................... B 5.00 Red Skye Delight............. M 6.15 Redredrobin...................... B 3.20 Redzone........................... M 6.50 Restorer.............................C 4.25 Rhythm Master.................D 3.00 Roach Power................... M 5.05 Rose Grey...........................L 3.05 Royal Fleet........................D 5.10 Russellinthebushes..........C 3.10 Saluti..................................D 1.45 Sam’s Call........................ M 5.40 Scarlet Dancer..................C 1.30 Scope.................................D 3.35 Scottish Summit...............D 5.10 Sea Me Win...................... M 7.20 Sepia Belle.........................L 5.20 Shackleton Hero................L 5.50 Shaladar........................... M 5.05 Shawaamekh................... M 4.00 Shine On Brendan........... M 3.30 Shining Success................L 6.25 Silks Dream....................... B 2.05 Sir Lucan...........................D 3.35 Sisterandbrother................L 4.10 Sixcor................................ M 6.50 Smokey.............................. B 4.30 So Grateful....................... M 6.50 Sound Of Iona.................. M 5.40 Spartakos......................... M 6.50 Spectatrice.........................L 4.45 Spirit Dancer.....................C 4.25 Stone Of Destiny..............D 1.45 Strategic Fortune............ M 6.15 Street Kid.......................... B 3.55 Strike................................. B 1.35 Sugarpiehoneybunch...... M 3.30 Supakalanistic..................C 2.35 Swallowdale.......................L 3.05 Sweet Melody....................L 4.45 Sword Beach.....................D 4.05 Tantastic........................... M 5.40 Tar Heel.............................C 3.50 Tarseekh............................ B 3.20 Tasfeeq.............................. B 3.55 Teston................................D 5.10 Texas Man........................ M 4.35 Thai Terrier....................... M 7.20 The Gloaming................... M 5.40 The Mediterranean...........D 3.35 The New Marwan.............C 4.55 Thermal..............................L 3.05 Three Saints Bay............. M 4.00 Throne Hall........................C 2.00 Thunder Legend...............D 1.15 Tinkerstar......................... M 4.35 Title....................................D 4.05 Tommy Tittlemouse......... M 4.00 Tomouh...............................L 6.25 Tosca Time.........................L 4.45 Trail Hawk......................... B 2.05 Trais Fluors.......................D 5.10 Trans Montana...................L 4.45 Treacherous......................D 1.45 Tristan Da Cunha............. M 3.30 Tundra................................C 4.55 Twilight Jet........................D 2.20 Tyche................................. M 3.30 Tyson Fury.........................D 4.05 Vandad............................... B 4.30 Venturous..........................D 1.45 Victory Chime...................C 4.25 Vincenzo Coccotti............ B 3.20 Vindolanda........................C 2.00 Vitalline...............................L 5.50 Volkova............................. M 6.15 Wadacre Gogo...................L 4.10 Ward Castle....................... B 2.40 Wells Farhh Go.................C 2.00 Whenthedealinsdone.......D 1.45 Where You At.....................L 4.10 Widaad...............................C 4.55 Wiff Waff............................ B 3.20 Winter Reprise..................C 2.00 Wolf Hunter........................L 3.40 Wondrous Things............ M 4.35 Yorkindness.......................L 4.45 Youllovemewheniwin........ B 1.35 Youth Spirit........................D 3.35 Zambezi Magic.................C 4.55 Zulu Tracker......................C 1.30 BATH (TOMORROW) JASON HEAVEY 2.15 FOLLOW ATTHERACES ON TWITTER NURSERY Class 5 2YO 5f (9 runners) £3,240 1 (3) 4612514 BLACK HILL STORM (46)(D2,G,S) P Evans 9 7...................Gina Mangan (5) 79 2 (9) L353021 GOLDENHURST (11)(C,F) R Hannon 9 3...................................... L Browne (7) ★81 3 (8) 434103 BROWN OWL (11)(D,A)(P*) T Ward 9 3..........................................T Marquand 78 4 (6) LL53 LAWFUL COMMAND (17) B Meehan 9 0.............................................D O’Neill 80 5 (4) 25600 FAIR AND SQUARE (26) R Harris 9 0..................................................T Whelan 75 6 (2) 0433122 THEREHEGOES (17)(CD,F) R Brisland 8 13.......................................R Hornby 79 7 (5) 061L BELLA’S PEARL (30)(D,S) W Kittow 8 13............................................K O’Neill 76 8 (1) 640600 BLUEBELL WAY (17) M Channon 8 6.................................................D Keenan 78 9 (7) L0601 DEVON ENVOY (13)(D,F) B Millman 8 5............................................ R Dawson 78 Star Betting: 7-2 Goldenhurst, 4 Therehegoes, 9-2 Lawful Command, Devon Envoy, 7 Brown Owl, 15-2 Black Hill Storm, 10 Bella’s Pearl, 20 others. 2020: Kool Moe Dee 9 10, Pat Dobbs 5-2 Fav (R Hannon), drawn (1), 6 ran. STARFORM: Goldenhurst Danger: Therehegoes 2.45 CAZOO MAIDEN STAKES Class 5 1m 4f (5 runners) £3,510 1 (3) 60/ SIMPLE WORDS (J297) C Down 5 9 8............................... Josephine Gordon — 2 (1) 0-05LL0 RAKISH PADDY (17) Mrs N Evans 3 9 5...............................................K O’Neill 39 3 (4) 5522334 SCAMPI (10) A Balding 3 9 5................................................................R Hornby 81 4 (2) TRUE WARRIOR R Brisland 3 9 5........................................................D Keenan — 5 (5) 22 PRETTY SWEET (5) G Boughey 3 9 0.............................................T Marquand ★82 Star Betting: 5-6 Pretty Sweet, 11-10 Scampi, 14 True Warrior, 100 Simple Words, Rakish Paddy. 2020: No corresponding race. STARFORM: Pretty Sweet Danger: Scampi 3.20 FREE TIPS ON ATTHERACES.COM HANDICAP Class 5 1m 2f (6 runners) £3,240 1 (6) 101L04L SIR PLATO (20)(C,A,G,S)(B) B Millman 7 9 10.................................. R Coakley 76 2 (1) 6211134 YANIFER (13)(C,G,S) J Osborne 3 9 7.........................................S Osborne (5) 75 3 (4) 632325 HALCYON SPIRIT (23)(V*) M Tregoning 3 9 6.....................................D O’Neill 77 4 (2) 6-34113 BEOWULF (19)(BF,D2,G)(B) E Walker 3 9 6...................................T Marquand 75 5 (5) 35024 FASCINATING SHADOW (12) R Hannon 3 9 5............................... L Catton (7) 75 6 (3) 03-0062 ZEFFERINO (11)(C,A,G,S)(T) M Bosley 7 8 11............................... H Burns (5) ★78 Star Betting: 9-4 Beowulf, 3 Fascinating Shadow, 9-2 Yanifer, 5 Zefferino, 13-2 Halcyon Spirit, 10 Sir Plato. 2020: Motamayiz 3 9 9, Eoin Walsh 10-3 Fav (R Varian), drawn (12), 12 ran. STARFORM: Halcyon Spirit Danger: Zefferino 3.55 SUMMER SPRINT SERIES FINAL HANDICAP Class 2 6f (13 runners) £10,308 1 (7) -523211 CHIPSTEAD (11)(C2,F,G) R Teal 3 9 10...............................................T Whelan 86 2 (10) 1111236 UNDER CURFEW (8)(CD,C,D,A,G) A Carroll 5 9 7........................... R Dawson 88 3 (8) 3202112 AIRSHOW (13)(CD,C,D3,A,G,S)(P) B Millman 6 9 4......................... R Coakley 86 4 (1) 1032222 SARAH’S VERSE (25)(BF,CD3,G) R Harris 4 9 1............................ T Heard (5) 90 5 (11) 3131111 CHERISH (25)(C3,D,F,G,S) A Carroll 4 8 8...........................Mollie Phillips (5) 88 6 (5) 0266421 RED ALERT (11)(CD4,D3,A,F,G)(P) A Carroll 7 8 8......................T Marquand 86 7 (6) 60416L3 WE’RE REUNITED (24)(CD,A,G) R Harris 4 8 7.................................R Hornby 88 8 (13) 0L0L401 HEER WE GO AGAIN (33)(C2,A,F,G)(V) P Evans 4 8 6....................D Keenan ★91 9 (9) 530L433 REAL ESTATE (11)(D4,A,G)(P) M Attwater 6 8 3.......................... G Rooke (3) 89 10 (2) 5043122 RUBY COTTAGE (11)(CD,F) M Saunders 3 8 3.....................Gina Mangan (5) 88 11 (12) 1523060 GHERKIN (16)(D,G)(V*) W Kittow 4 8 0.................................................K O’Neill 85 12 (4) 60-L004 ALBA DEL SOLE (24)(D,A,G,S)(P) R Brisland 6 8 0......... Josephine Gordon 80 13 (3) 2523254 TOP BOY (11)(C,D2,A,F,G,S)(B*) A Carroll 11 8 0..........................A Beech (5) 80 LONG HANDICAP: Gherkin 7-10, Alba Del Sole 7-7, Top Boy 7-4. Star Betting: 4 Cherish, 5 Chipstead, 6 Red Alert, 8 Airshow, 10 We’re Reunited, Ruby Cottage, Heer We Go Again, Sarah’s Verse, 12 others. 2020: No corresponding race. STARFORM Airshow 7-2 (9-9) Led, pushed along over 2f out, ridden and headed well over 1f out, kept on, no match for winner, 2nd of 6, 3 1/2l behind Swissal (8-2) at Chepstow 6f hcp 0-80 (4) fm in Aug. Chipstead 8-11fav (9-1) Tracked leader, pushed along 2f out, ridden and pressed leader 1f out, led 110 yards out, pushed out closing stages (Hand Time), won at Bath 5f 3yo hcp 0-85 (4) fm beating Jojo Rabbit (9-5) by 3/4l, 4 ran. Cherish 2-1fav (9-4) Slowly into stride, outpaced in rear, good headway out wide inside final 2f, chased leaders over 1f out, challenged inside final furlong, ran on to lead towards finish, won at Bath 5f hcp 0-60 (6) gf in Aug beating Atyaaf (9-0) by nk, 9 ran. Red Alert 85-40fav (9-12) Chased leaders, shaken up 3f out, ridden 2f out, pressed leaders inside final furlong, kept on well to lead final 110 yards, won at Bath 6f app hcp (6) fm beating Ruby Cottage (9-12) by 1 3/4l, 6 ran. STARFORM: Airshow Danger: Chipstead 4.30 SUMMER SERIES STAYERS’ FINAL HANDICAP Class 2 1m 6f (9 runners) £10,308 1 (2) 1260101 STEEL AN ICON (5)(C,D2,G) M Channon 4 10 1(5ex)............ Rose Dawes (7) 78 2 (7) 6-21231 COGITAL (25)(CD,C,A,G,S)(H) B J Llewellyn 6 9 9.......... Jordan Williams (7) 81 3 (6) 5142631 HASHTAGMETOO (11)(C2,A,F) J Osborne 4 9 7.......................S Osborne (5) 79 4 (3) 6301606 RUNNING CLOUD (17)(CD,D,A,F) A Wintle 6 9 4............................ R Dawson ★84 5 (5) 1-531L1 HIDDEN DEPTHS (13)(CD3,F,G)(P,T) N Mulholland 6 9 1............T Marquand 82 6 (9) 4212453 LADY ELYSIA (18)(C3,F,G)(P) E J-Houghton 5 8 10............Georgia Dobie (3) 82 7 (4) 2042112 SUPER SUPERJACK (29)(BF,C2,G,S) M Harris 4 8 9.......................R Hornby 83 8 (8) -3L5015 TEMPLE LOCK (23)(CD,G)(P) E J-Houghton 3 8 4........... Josephine Gordon 77 9 (1) 0005311 MERLIN’S BEARD (37)(C,G,S) R Hughes 3 8 0............................. G Rooke (3) 81 Star Betting: 5-2 Merlin’s Beard, 9-2 Steel An Icon, 5 Cogital, 11-2 Hashtagmetoo, 7 Super Superjack, 10 Hidden Depths, 12 Lady Elysia, 16 Tothers. 2020: No corresponding race. STARFORM: Hidden Depths Danger: Cogital 5.05 CAZOO HANDICAP Class 6 1m 2f (11 runners) £2,700 1 (3) 0240564 BORN TO SIRE (11)(P) C Wallis 4 9 12...........................................T Marquand 59 2 (11) 5526124 MISS SLIGO (18)(D,A)(B) J Osborne 4 9 9..................................S Osborne (5) 60 3 (2) 5L00043 WAY OF LIFE (29)(P) J Portman 3 9 6............................................... C Bennett 58 4 (6) 0043522 FOUR FEET (22) H Candy 5 9 5.......................................... Josephine Gordon ★61 5 (9) 5320633 TEEMLUCKY (20)(V) I Williams 5 9 4................................................. R Dawson 59 6 (7) 5450553 BBOB ALULA (17)(G)(T,V) W G M Turner 6 9 4.................................. W Carson 57 7 (5) -000056 CHAMPAGNE HIGHLIFE (11)(G)(B) J Flint 4 9 3............................... W Cox (3) 53 8 (8) 0664545 WISPER (16) J Portman 3 9 2...............................................................R Hornby 58 9 (10) 5004003 BLUE HERO (32)(H) A Wintle 3 9 2.................................................. T Heard (5) 50 10 (1) 305LL0L MUSAYTIR (39)(P) G Harris 3 8 13.......................................................T Whelan 59 11 (4) 000 TIGHTEN UP (31) B Millman 3 8 11................................................... R Coakley 48 Star Betting: 3 Four Feet, 9-2 Miss Sligo, 13-2 Teemlucky, 15-2 Born To Sire, 8 Way Of Life, Wisper, Bbob Alula, 12 Blue Hero, 14 others. 2020: Tanqeeb 4 9 10, Hector Crouch 10-1 (I Williams), drawn (1), 11 ran. STARFORM: Born To Sire Danger: Way Of Life 5.40 Devon Envoy Pretty Sweet Beowulf (nb) Alba Del Sole Merlin’s Beard Four Feet Toybox 2.15 2.45 3.20 3.55 4.30 5.05 5.40 PLACEPOT FirST SIX RACES STAR TIP Goldenhurst Scampi Beowulf Chipstead Cogital Four Feet Lanika GOING: Firm-Good to Firm in places ATTHERACES.COM APPRENTICE HANDICAP Class 6 1m 4f (6 runners) £2,700 1 (6) 21-5435 TOYBOX (5)(C,A,G) J Portman 5 10 2..............................................T Saunders 55 2 (4) 0413222 LISDARRAGH (15)(BF,G) D Coakley 3 9 7.............................................H Burns 58 3 (2) 015L/53 STREET JESTER (16)(C2,F) R Stephens 7 9 6.................................... T Heard 57 4 (3) 00-6400 GRAVITY WAVE (18)(D,A,G,S)(P) J Flint 7 9 6................. Imogen Mathias (7) 57 5 (5) -006000 NORWEGIAN RED (10) R Brisland 4 9 5.................................................. W Cox ★59 6 (1) L02306L LANIKA (12)(T*) G Brown 3 8 11...........................................Mollie Phillips (3) 55 Star Betting: 10-11 Lisdarragh, 3 Toybox, 5 Street Jester, 12 Gravity Wave, 14 Norwegian Red, 20 Lanika. 2020: Lady Elysia 4 9 6, Georgia Dobie 9-2 (E J-Houghton), drawn (2), 9 ran. STARFORM: Lisdarragh Danger: Toybox

StarForm THE CURRAGH (TOMORROW) ITV4 4.40 & 5.45 NEIL RANDON Verhoyen Thundering Nights Glass Slippers Cairde Go Deo Point Lonsdale Sonnyboyliston Adjuvant Band of Outlaws 1.45 SPRINT HANDICAP (PREMIER HANDICAP) 6f (28 runners) €66,964 1 (7) 0201 MASTER MATT (17)(C,D2,A,G,S)(B,T) M J Smith 5 10 0.S Ewing (5) 104 2 (2) 0L2L GULLIVER (7)(D6,A,G,S)(P,T) D O’Meara (UK) 7 9 13...R Whelan 106 3 (9) 4232 POWER UNDER ME (35)(D,S) G M Lyons 3 9 13.........C T Keane 101 4 (23) 10L0 DOWNFORCE (113)(CD,C,D2,G,S)(B) W McCreery 9 9 11 N M Crosse (3) ★110 5 (24) L2L2 LUSTOWN BABA (47)(CD2,D,S) W McCreery 4 9 10...... W J Lee 103 6 (21) 5120 WARRIOR BRAVE (86)(D,A,G)(P) R O’Sullivan 3 9 8.......Oisin Orr 103 7 (22) 4601 ANGEL PALM (28)(D,A,G)(B) G M Lyons 3 9 7............ G F Carroll 105 8 (18) 0600 LAUGH A MINUTE (16)(D2,G,S) A McGuinness 6 9 3.. O Murphy 105 9 (6) 4142 HIGHTIMEYOUWON (57)(D,G)(B) D K Weld 5 9 2........ R L Moore 105 10 (4) 1101 PROVOCATEUSE (21)(C,D,G)(P) J Harrington 3 9 2..........S Foley 106 11 (28) 4102 VERHOYEN (37)(CD3,D,A,G)(B) M C Grassick 6 9 1... MP Sheehy (5) 109 12 (5) 4200 BIG GOSSEY (16)(CD,D,A,G) C O’Brien 4 8 11......... M C Hussey 107 13 (20) 2061 BLAIRMAYNE (41)(CD2,D2,G) N Lupini 8 8 11............. G M Ryan 108 14 (11) 5010 MAJOR POWER (28)(CD,A,G) E Lynam 6 8 11....D E Sheehy (3) 108 15 (13) 0666 ONLY SPOOFING (8)(G)(V*) Kevin Coleman 7 8 11.....W Joyce (7) 103 16 (10) 0005 SHABAABY (16)(D3,S)(P) J F Levins 6 8 9........................G Halpin 102 17 (8) 0221 JON RIGGENS (35)(C) E Lynam 3 8 8............................ C D Hayes 101 18 (12) 3410 AFFABLE (21)(D,G,S)(T) K J Condon 4 8 7........J M Sheridan (3) 103 19 (17) 0300 GRAMMATA (16)(G)(P*) D Hogan 3 8 7..........................Joe Doyle 104 20 (14) 2132 LORD DUDLEY (16)(BF,D,G,S)(B*) K Cotter 3 8 6...A Farragher (7) 107 21 (25) -036 ROUGH DIAMOND (57)(CD,S) E Lynam 4 8 6........... W M Lordan 108 22 (1) 0006 SENDMYLOVETOYOU (21)(CD,D,A)(P) M Halford 5 8 6..N G McCullagh 107 23 (15) 5300 CHESSMAN (4)(A) R O’Brien 7 8 6..................... Jamie Powell (7) 109 24 (3) 4313 FERRYBANK (24)(D,A,G) T M Walsh 3 8 6..................A J Slattery 102 25 (16) 0520 PRETTY BOY FLOYD (16)(CD,C,S) Mrs S Dawson 6 8 6 Siobhan Rutledge (7) 105 26 (19) 00L1 TEXAS ROCK (35)(CD,C2,D,G,S)(P) M C Grassick 10 8 6 R P Cleary 106 27 (26) 3522 ARNHEM (8)(BF,D,A) N Lupini 5 8 6................................L F Roche 106 28 (27) 421 HEAVENLY POWER (22)(CD,S) E Lynam 3 8 6.................C Hoban 99 LONG HANDICAP: Sendmylovetoyou 8-5, Chessman 8-4, Ferrybank 8-3, Pretty Boy Floyd 8-3, Texas Rock 8-2, Arnhem 8-1, Heavenly Power 8-0. Star Betting: 7 Power Under Me, 8 Hightimeyouwon, 10 Lord Dudley, 12 Blairmayne, Lustown Baba, Master Matt, 14 others. 2020: Mr Lupton 7 9 9, Colin Keane 11-2 Fav (R Fahey), drawn (6), 22 ran. STARFORM: PROVOCATEUSE DANGER: Texas Rock 2.20 BLANDFORD STAKES (GROUP 2) Class 1 1m 2f (9 runners) €93,750 1 (5) -133 LOVE (25)(C,D,G) A P O’Brien 4 9 11............................. R L Moore ★118 2 (8) 2213 THUNDERING NIGHTS (21)(CD,C,G,S) J P O’Brien 4 9 11 S M Crosse 112 3 (2) -L40 AMMA GRACE (24)(BF,D,S)(B*) D K Weld 4 9 8..........C T Keane 105 4 (4) -435 CAYENNE PEPPER (21)(CD,C,G)(P*,T*) J Harrington 4 9 8...S Foley 110 5 (3) 141L INSINUENDO (21)(C,D,G) W McCreery 4 9 8............D McDonogh 110 6 (1) 1211 LA PETITE COCO (36)(S) P Twomey 3 9 2....................... W J Lee 113 7 (7) 1430 LOVELY ESTEEM (16)(A) J P O’Brien 3 9 2............D McMonagle 99 8 (6) LU43 OODNADATTA (16)(G)(P*) J Harrington 3 9 2............ W M Lordan 105 9 (9) 0002 WOODLAND GARDEN (5)(G) A P O’Brien 3 9 2.....J A Heffernan 97 Star Betting: 11-8 Love, 11-4 Thundering Nights, 3 La Petite Coco, 11-2 Cayenne Pepper, 20 Insinuendo, 25 others. 2020: Cayenne Pepper 3 9 2, Shane Foley 3-1 (J Harrington), drawn (8), 11 ran. STARFORM: LOVE DANGER: Thundering Nights 2.55 FLYING FIVE STAKES (GROUP 1) Class 1 5f (13 runners) €160,714 1 (12) 6121 GUSTAVUS WESTON (35)(C3,S) J G Murphy 5 9 6.... G F Carroll 119 2 (3) 4110 STRONG JOHNSON (17)(CD3,D2,G,S)(T) J H Scott 5 9 6...L T McAteer 106 3 (2) L103 A CASE OF YOU (35)(C,A,S)(T) A McGuinness 3 9 5....R Whelan 112 4 (5) D223 DRAGON SYMBOL (23)(D,A,G) A Watson (UK) 3 9 5... O Murphy 125 5 (9) 1100 ROHAAN (35)(A,G,S) P Evans (UK) 3 9 5........................S W Kelly 124 6 (1) 1146 SIGNIFICANTLY (15)(D2,A,G,S) K Burke (UK) 3 9 5............C Lee 109 7 (10) 2050 BACK TO BRUSSELS (17)(D,S)(P*) J A Stack 4 9 3..... M Enright 104 8 (8) 21-3 GLASS SLIPPERS (44)(CD,D4,G,S) K Ryan (UK) 5 9 3...T Eaves 122 9 (13) 3213 ROMANTIC PROPOSAL (57)(C2,G) E Lynam 5 9 3..... C D Hayes 114 10 (11) -L10 FRENETIC (17)(CD2,D2,A,G)(B*) G M Lyons 3 9 2.....C T Keane 117 11 (7) 1130 MEASURE OF MAGIC (57)(D3,G) J P Murtagh 3 9 2... B M Coen 114 12 (6) 1D61 MOONEISTA (57)(CD,D2,G) J Davison 3 9 2............. W M Lordan 121 13 (4) 1011 WINTER POWER (23)(D7,G,S)(T) T Easterby (UK) 3 9 2 S De Sousa ★126 Star Betting: 2 Winter Power, 11-4 Glass Slippers, 10-3 Dragon Symbol, 10 Mooneista, 12 Gustavus Weston, Rohaan, 16 others. 2020: Glass Slippers 4 9 3, Tom Eaves 9-2 (K Ryan), drawn (2), 14 ran. STARFORM: DRAGON SYMBOL DANGER: Winter Power 3.30 MOYGLARE STUD STAKES (FILLIES’ GROUP 1) Class 1 2YO 7f (8 runners) €160,714 1 (5) 2211 AGARTHA (22)(CD,D,G,S) J P O’Brien 9 2................D McDonogh ★113 2 (3) 21 CAIRDE GO DEO (35)(CD) G M Lyons 9 2....................C T Keane 100 3 (6) 210 CONCERT HALL (22)(BF,CD,G) A P O’Brien 9 2....J A Heffernan 93 4 (8) 413 DISCOVERIES (22)(BF,CD,G) J Harrington 9 2...................S Foley 102 5 (1) 1 HOMELESS SONGS (66)(D,G) D K Weld 9 2...................Oisin Orr 97 6 (2) 4L0L MISSING MATRON (37)(C) J S Bolger 9 2................K J Manning 86 7 (4) 1440 PRETTIEST (35) A P O’Brien 9 2.................................... R L Moore 106 8 (7) 242 SUNSET SHIRAZ (22) G Cromwell 9 2.......................... G F Carroll 108 Star Betting: 5-2 Cairde Go Deo, 11-4 Homeless Songs, Agartha, 8 Discoveries, 10 Prettiest, Sunset Shiraz, 12 others. 2020: Shale 9 2, Ryan Moore 9-2 (Donnacha O’Brien), drawn (10), 13 ran. STARFORM: AGARTHA DANGER: Sunset Shiraz BEST OF LONGCHAMP (TOMORROW) 1.33 QATAR PRIX NIEL STAKES - GROUP 2 3YO 1m 4f (6 runners) €73,125 1 (3) 5153 MEDIA STREAM (47)(G) A Fabre 9 2................................ M Guyon 107 2 (5) 1105 BABY RIDER (60)(S) P Bary 9 2.................................I Mendizabal 116 3 (6) 2612 PRETTY TIGER (29)(A,S) F Vermeulen 9 2.................C Soumillon 119 4 (2) 1014 BOLSHOI BALLET (36)(BF,G)(B*) A P O’Brien (IRE) 9 2.L Dettori ★125 5 (1) 1342 TIMOUR (42)(S) A Fabre 9 2........................................ M Barzalona 108 6 (4) 1126 BUBBLE GIFT (60)(C,D,G) M Delzangles 9 2................... G Mosse —115 Star Betting: 3 Pretty Tiger, 5 Bolshoi Ballet, 6 Baby Rider, 8 Media Stream, 10 Bubble Gift, 13 Timour. 2.55 1.45 2.20 2.55 3.30 4.05 4.40 5.15 5.45 PLACEPOT FirST SIX RACES STAR TIP Hightimeyouwon Love Winter Power Homeless Songs Duke De Sessa Twilight Payment Delmona Pineapple Express GOING: Good-Good to Firm in places QATER PRIX VERMEILLE STAKES - GROUP 1 1m 4f (7 runners) €337,500 1 (7) 1213 JOAN OF ARC (45)(BF,G) A P O’Brien (IRE) 3 8 10.I Mendizabal 125 2 (4) 1111 SNOWFALL (24)(D3,G,S) A P O’Brien (IRE) 3 8 10.........L Dettori ★136 3 (3) 1132 BURGARITA (28)(C2,S) A Fabre 3 8 10............................ M Guyon 123 4 (6) 1625 PHILOMENE (29)(C,G,S) A Fabre 3 8 10................... M Barzalona 123 5 (1) -301 TEONA (15)(A,G) R Varian (UK) 3 8 10............................ O Peslier 123 6 (2) 0163 LA JOCONDE (24)(G) A P O’Brien (IRE) 3 8 10.................H Doyle 121 7 (5) 2105 INCARVILLE (22)(C2,S) D Smaga 3 8 10....................C Soumillon 123 Star Betting: 2 Snowfall, 6 Joan Of Arc, 7 Burgarita, 8 Philomene, 10 La Joconde, 13 Incarville, 15 Teona. TOP JOCKEYS (with mounts) Ryan Moore 65 winners, (27.9% strike rate), -£23.21, Colin Keane 65, (13.7%), -£92.40, Shane Foley 49, (11.1%), -£66.37, Seamie Heffernan 39, (11.7%), -£105.90, Billy Lee 34, (9.1%), +£72.88. 4.05 NATIONAL STAKES (GROUP 1) Class 1 2YO 7f (7 runners) €160,714 1 (3) 1 2 (6) 31 3 (4) 115441 4 (2) 1352 5 (7) 11 6 (1) 1111 ANATOLI (10)(A) J Feane 9 5............... K J Manning 82 DUKE DE SESSA (22)(C,S) D K Weld 9 5................C T Keane 99 EBRO RIVER (35)(C,S) H Palmer (UK) 9 5...James Doyle 115 GREAT MAX (22)(D,F) M Bell (UK) 9 5..............R G Ryan 103 NATIVE TRAIL (64)(D2,F,G) C Appleby (UK) 9 5.........W Buick 109 POINT LONSDALE (22) (CD2,D2,G,S) A P O’Brien 9 5.............R L Moore ★116 7 (5) ULTRAMARINE (16) 452234 J P O’Brien 9 5...........S M Crosse 100 Star Betting: 1-2 Point Lonsdale, 7-2 Native Trail, 7 Ebro River, 10 Duke De Sessa, 33 Great Max, Ultramarine, 66 Anatoli. 2020: Thunder Moon 9 5, Declan McDonogh 15-2 (J P O’Brien), drawn (1), 10 ran. STARFORM: EBRO RIVER DANGER: Point Lonsdale 4.40 IRISH ST. LEGER (GROUP 1) Class 1 1m 6f (14 runners) €258,929 1 (4) 23-040 2 (2) 1401L0 3 (6) -03052 4 (14) 11-115 5 (8) -31503 6 (3) 10-251 7 (12) -33161 8 (13) 1-3301 AIRCRAFT CARRIER (48)(D2,A) L Comer 6 9 11............ G F Carroll 100 AMHRAN NA BHFIANN (30)(CD,A,F) A P O’Brien 4 9 11.......C T Keane 112 BARBADOS (24)(F)(P,T) J Harrington 5 9 11........... S Foley 110 BARON SAMEDI (70)(D,F,G,S)(T) J P O’Brien 4 9 11..D McMonagle 114 EMPEROR OF THE SUN (30)(D,G) D O’Brien 4 9 11............ G M Ryan 112 MASTER OF REALITY (51)(D3,F,S) J P O’Brien 6 9 11......S M Crosse 109 SONNYBOYLISTON (22)(C2,D,G)(P) J P Murtagh 4 9 11.......B M Coen 116 TWILIGHT PAYMENT (30) (CD4,C2,D2,F,G,S)(P,T) J P O’Brien 8 9 11... D McDonogh 115 9 (7) BARRINGTON COURT (30)(S) 211-54 J Harrington 7 9 8............ W J Lee 109 10 (11) PASSION (77)(D,S) 1553-3 A P O’Brien 4 9 8.........R L Moore 114 11 (1) 312-25 SEARCH FOR A SONG (112) (CD2,F,G)(H) D K Weld 5 9 8............... Oisin Orr ★117 12 (10) CARLISLE BAY (127)(P) 13-L A P O’Brien 3 9 2......W M Lordan 95 13 (9) KING OF THE CASTLE (22)(P) -43216 A P O’Brien 3 9 2... J A Heffernan 97 14 (5) SEATTLE CREEK (126) 4 L Comer 3 9 2...............C D Hayes 76 Star Betting: 3 Twilight Payment, 4 Sonnyboyliston, Search For A Song, 11-2 Baron Samedi, 10 Passion, Master Of Reality, 12 others. 2020: Search For A Song 4 9 8, Oisin Orr 7-1 (D K Weld), drawn (7), 8 ran. STARFORM: PASSION DANGER: Sonnyboyliston 5.15 TATTERSALLS STAKES 2YO 6f (14 runners) €133,929 1 (1) 3004 THREEBAGSFULL (8)(G) J P Murtagh 9 5...................... B M Coen 89 2 (4) 116 ADJUVANT (45)(BF,G,S)(V*) M Bell (UK) 9 3................. O Murphy 92 3 (5) 3230 DELMONA (10)(F) T Dascombe (UK) 9 2.......................... W Buick ★105 4 (12) 0 KING X J (22) M O’Callaghan 9 1....................................L F Roche 90 5 (14) 2146 CASHEW (43)(D2,S)(P*) G Boughey 9 0........................C T Keane 93 6 (11) 40 CYNISCA (21) J P O’Brien 9 0.....................................D McDonogh 88 7 (2) L DODIE BABY (22) D Commins 8 13...................................G Halpin 53 8 (10) 5 SIR ALLEN (9) A Slattery 8 13.......................................A J Slattery 84 9 (7) 0651 BENEVOLENT (15)(D,G) J Harrington 8 12.........................S Foley 85 10 (9) BIENVENUE J P O’Brien 8 10....................................D McMonagle — 11 (13) 004 HARDLY USELESS (8) T Gibney 8 8.............................. C D Hayes 82 12 (3) 005 HELPMEOUT (19)(H*) W McCreery 8 8...................... W M Lordan 84 13 (8) 606 PANDEMIC PRINCESS (9) R O’Brien 8 8....................N M Crosse 74 14 (6) 550 SLAMADOOR (41) J Harrington 8 8...................................C Hoban 84 Star Betting: 6-4 Delmona, 5 Adjuvant, 7 Cashew, 8 Threebagsfull, 10 King X J, 12 Benevolent, 16 others. 2020: Shark Two One 9 3, Colin Keane 20-1 (R Fahey), drawn (11), 20 ran. STARFORM: CASHEW DANGER: Delmona 3.30 QATAR PRIX FOY STAKES - GROUP 2 1m 4f (7 runners) €73,125 1 (3) 3233 SUBLIMIS (14)(CD,D,A,S) A Fabre 5 9 2................... M Barzalona 117 2 (4) -012 DEEP BOND (133)(BF,F) R Okubo (JPN) 4 9 2.............C Demuro 129 3 (7) 2214 BROOME (50)(D,G,S) A P O’Brien (IRE) 5 9 2.................L Dettori 128 4 (1) 1114 IRESINE (53)(C,D3,G,S) J Gauvin 4 9 2..............................M Velon 121 5 (5) 1111 SKALLETI (49)(C5,A,G,S) J Reynier 6 9 2........................ G Mosse 127 6 (6) -211 OPASAN (54)(D2,G,S) J Chodur 4 9 2........................... Rad Koplik 114 7 (2) -114 WONDERFUL TONIGHT (24)(C,D3,S) D Menuisier (UK) 4 8 12 O Peslier ★130 Star Betting: 2 Skalleti, 5 Broome, 7 Wonderful Tonight, 8 Iresine, 11 Deep Bond, 13 Sublimis, 16 Opasan. 4.05 QATAR PRIX DU PETIT COUVERT STAKES - GP 3 5f (13 runners) €45,000 1 (10) 4210 PRADARO (63)(D3,A,S) Mme S Lanslots 6 9 4............A Lemaitre 118 2 (1) 2106 COLLINSBAY (14)(G) G Bietolini (ITY) 3 9 1...................C Demuro 111 3 (4) 1116 OCEAN (35)(C,S) S Cerulis 3 9 1....................................... M Guyon 118 4 (8) 2411 WILD MAJESTY (38)(D3,G) H F Devin 4 8 13.................. G Mosse 111 5 (3) 1222 BERNEUIL (79)(D) C&Y Lerner 4 8 13.........................C Soumillon ★123 6 (6) 4436 BATWAN (79)(CD,A,S) P Sogorb 6 8 13..............................M Velon 116 7 (5) 1540 MUBAALEGH (12)(D3,A,G,S) J Toux 7 8 13................E Hardouin 112 DS1ST number one FOR RACING TRACKFACTS A right handed horseshoe-shaped track of 2 miles with no sharp bends and a run-in of 3 furlongs and a steady uphill finish, ideal for the galloping type. The 5 and 6 furlongs are straight. Stalls today . TOP TRAINERS (with runners) A P O’Brien 145 winners, (18.0% strike rate), -£180.82, J P O’Brien 64, (12.0%), -£139.60, J Harrington 49, (11.3%), -£118.60. 5.45 HANDICAP (PREMIER HANDICAP) 1m 2f (29 runners) €66,964 1 (10) 05L654 2 (19) 002440 3 (6) 12-563 4 (5) L-05L1 5 (11) 061140 6 (27) -42060 7 (4) -22326 8 (1) 616034 9 (8) -12313 10 (14) 011051 11 (23) -05410 12 (3) 3-1424 13 (15) -21L32 14 (21) 0204/3 15 (12) 544551 16 (25) 244-10 17 (18) 516105 18 (7) 1-L340 19 (28) 061600 20 (16) 0-1213 21 (29) 0106 22 (17) 314360 23 (26) 022116 24 (13) -2151L 25 (22) 03-13 26 (24) 000510 SALTONSTALL (16)(C,A,G,S)(P,T) A McGuinness 7 10 0..S Ewing (5) 103 MIRANN (22)(G)(P*) J P Murtagh 5 9 13.......B M Coen 105 FINANS BAY (30)(S) M Halford 4 9 12............ R Whelan 101 GEOMETRICAL (17) J S Bolger 4 9 9........ K J Manning 102 SIRJACK THOMAS (16)(C,G,S) A McGuinness 6 9 8 ....................C J MacRedmond (7) 103 LOUGH DERG (78)(A) A P O’Brien 3 9 5.........R L Moore 104 BEAR STORY (30)(A) M Halford 3 9 4............ G F Carroll 99 STILL STANDING (28)(D3,G,S)(P*,T) J Harrington 6 9 4............. S Foley 106 MOSALA (47)(D,A,G)(T) H De Bromhead 4 9 2..C D Hayes 105 PINEAPPLE EXPRESS (22)(C,D2,S) A Slattery 4 9 1........... A J Slattery 106 PROTAGONIST (43)(D2,G) J Harrington 4 9 0...........C Hoban 103 VULTAN (29)(T) J P O’Brien 4 9 0.D McMonagle (3) 105 MAX MAYHEM (21)(D J P O’Brien 3 8 13.. MP Sheehy (5) 101 BAND OF OUTLAWS (J73)(C,F,G,S) J P O’Brien 6 8 12.....W M Lordan 107 ROYAL PIPPEN (27)(S)(P) S Donohoe 4 8 12..........R Colgan 105 SOARING MONARCH (42)(BF,G,S) Peter Fahey 4 8 12........... W J Lee 106 STAR HARBOUR (16)(D,G)(V) A McGuinness 3 8 12...C T Keane 102 ZOZIMUS (16)(A)(B) Donnacha O’Brien 3 8 11.G M Ryan 108 HE KNOWS NO FEAR (16)(G) L Comer 4 8 10..............O Murphy ★110 MAGIC CHEGAGA (21)(C,D,G) T Gibney 4 8 9....J M Sheridan (3) 106 CRYSTAL BLACK (16)(G)(V) D K Weld 3 8 8............. L F Roche 101 EAGLE’S FLIGHT (16)(A,G)(T) M Halford 4 8 7.....N G McCullagh 106 OVERHEER (24)(G) Joseph G Murphy 5 8 7 ................ Tom Kiely Marshall (10) 104 PRAIRIE DANCER (60)(D2,G)(B) J P O’Brien 3 8 6... M A Gallagher 105 TURBULENCE (35)(G) John Murphy 4 8 6.....W Joyce (7) 109 TAKEACHANCEJIMMY (41) (C,A,G,S) N Slevin 7 8 6....... N M Crosse (3) 104 27 (20) LUKE SHORT (16)(G) -30650 N Meade 4 8 6............... RESERVE 104 28 (2) YAFORDADOE (J228)(C,S) 52422- G Cromwell 5 8 6........... RESERVE 105 29 (9) WILD DOLLAR (56)(CD(T) 0013 E & P Harty 3 8 6........... RESERVE 101 LONG HANDICAP: Takeachancejimmy 8-5, Luke Short 8-5, Yafordadoe 8-4, Wild Dollar 8-3. Star Betting: 8 Lough Derg, 10 Max Mayhem, Band of Outlaws, Turbulence, 12 Mirann, Finans Bay, Mosala, Magic Chegaga, Geometrical, 14 others. 2020: Sonnyboyliston 3 9 2, Billy Lee 4-1 (J P Murtagh), drawn (5), 22 ran. STARFORM: MOSALA DANGER: Sirjack Thomas 8 (2) 1116 STORMBRINGER (63)(D3,S)(B) G Hernon 6 8 13.............B Marie 120 9 (12) -035 KEN COLT (38)(D4,S) F Chappet 6 8 13....................... S Pasquier 116 10 (7) 3104 IDEAL BEAUTY (63)(CD) A Fabre 3 8 11................... M Barzalona 121 11 (13) 4530 AIR DE VALSE (14)(CD,D2,G,S) Mme C Barbe 5 8 10.R Thomas 113 12 (9) -030 LADY IN FRANCE (98)(D3,A,G) K Burke (UK) 5 8 10....L Dettori 122 13 (11) 1501 MO CELITA (35)(D,G,S) Adrian Nicholls (UK) 3 8 9..........H Doyle 115 Star Betting: 4 Mo Celita, 5 Ocean, 6 Berneuil, 8 Ideal Beauty, 11 Ken Colt, 12 Stormbringer, 13 Lady In France, 15 others. 4.40 QATAR PRIX DU PIN STAKES - GROUP 3 7f (10 runners) €45,000 1 (5) 2110 ERASMO (63)(CD,D2,S) A Fabre 3 9 3...................... M Barzalona 108 2 (1) 3055 ENTSCHEIDEN (105)(D) Y Yahagi (JPN) 6 9 2.................. R Sakai 110 3 (8) 2142 ELUSIVE FOOT (29)(C,D3,A) J Reynier 4 9 2.................. G Mosse 110 4 (9) 1122 SAGAMIYRA (40)(CD) M Delzangles 4 8 12...............C Soumillon 120 5 (7) 0352 TROPBEAU (35)(C,D3,S) A Fabre 4 8 12.........................L Dettori ★122 6 (10) 1-21 EGOT (38)(G) A Fabre 3 8 12............................................ H Besnier 108 7 (6) 2102 AXDAVALI (38)(CD,S) Y Barberot 3 8 12.......................... M Guyon 108 8 (3) -613 SPEAK OF THE DEVIL (40)(CD,S) Fred Rossi 4 8 12.S Pasquier 119 9 (2) 3436 GO ATHLETICO (38)(CD,G,S) P Decouz 3 8 12..........A Lemaitre 118 10 (4) 2143 VALLORIA (35)(C,D,A) J C Rouget 3 8 9........................C Demuro 117 Star Betting: 3 Sagamiyra, 5 Tropbeau, 6 Speak Of The Devil, 8 Valloria, 10 Egot, 13 Go Athletico, 15 Elusive Foot, 18 Erasmo, 22 others. Saturday, September 11, 2021 in association with Another feat for Slippers GLASS SLIPPERS (2.55) is the right fit for the Group One Derrinstown Stud Flying Five Stakes at the Curragh tomorrow. Trainer Kevin Ryan, chasing top-level sprint triumphs on successive weekends, will have been sizing up the opposition for the winner of 12 months ago. Among this year’s crop is Winter Power, who has to prove she can blitz a classy field away from York, and the ultra consistent Dragon Symbol. But Glass Slippers has to be the pick of the top trio, given her course form and freshness for this speed test. Unfancied for her return at Goodwood, she emerged with credit behind Suesa and should get a nice position behind the leaders from stall eight. Ger Lyons, with plenty of aces in his juvenile pack, unleashes CAIRDE GO DEO (3.30) for the Group One Moyglare Stud Stakes. The course and distance scorer impressed with her ■GLASS IS CLASS: Glass Slippers SUNDAY SERVICE Melissa Jones batters the bookies four-and-a-half-length winning margin, lengthening nicely at the request of rider Colin Keane. Her trainer, on course to enjoy his best season to date numerically, rates the €105,000 purchase as an exciting prospect. She can lay down a Classic marker by seeing off the more experienced Agartha and Frankel’s daughter Homeless Songs. Group Two Moyglare ‘Jewels’ Blandford Stakes favourite Love will be expected to conquer all, but she meets a potent force in the shape of LA PETITE COCO (2.20). Few Group Three races are won in the manner of her most recent triumph and physical progress has been the key to the transformation. She can take advantage of her main rival shouldering a penalty to take another step up the ladder. ■REET PETITE: La Petite Coco 9

10 Saturday, September 11, 2021 StarForm MUSSELBURGH (TOMORROW) ITV4 5.20 JASON HEAVEY Anadora Clay Regazzoni Mrs Fitzherbert Digital Lord Of The Glen Myboymax (nap) The Vegas Raider 1.55 EBF ROSEBERY FILLIES’ CONDITIONS STAKES Class 3 2YO 5f (4 runners) £8,100 1 (4) 41314 2 (2) 122123 3 (1) 13024 4 (3) 262226 ALL YESTERDAY’S RESULTS CHESTER 1.50: 1, ARTAOIS (D Probert 3-1); 2, Adjourn (14-1); 3, Spacer (3-1). 5-4 fav Luminous Light. 2 1 /2l, 2 1 /4l. 5 ran. S & E Crisford. Tote: £4.00; pl £2.00, £4.30. Exacta: £40.00. Trifecta: £100.90. CSF: £35.48. 2.20: 1, UNSPOKEN (D Probert 13-8 fav); 2, The Dunkirk Lads (28-1); 3, Mercurial (12-1). ns, 3 /4l. 6 ran. R Beckett. Tote: £2.70; pl £1.50, £8.80. Exacta: £28.70. Trifecta: £170.50. CSF: £41.73. NR: Sir Min. 2.50: 1, BOOKMARK (H Turner 7-2 fav); 2, Farhan (4-1); 3, Rival (15-2). 1 3 /4l, 1 3 /4l. 8 ran. M Bell. Tote: £3.50; pl £1.50, £1.70, £2.20. Exacta: £17.70. Tricast: £96.85. Trifecta: £149.50. CSF: £17.47. 3.25: 1, MUNTADAB (J Hart 18-1); 2, Gabrial The Devil (6-1); 3, Ugo Gregory (9-2). 5-2 fav Revich. 3 /4l, hd. 8 ran. R Fell. Tote: £24.60; pl £5.50, £2.00, £1.70. Exacta: £112.10. Tricast: £586.50. Trifecta: £722.50. CSF: £124.12. NR: Gabrial The Wire, Paws For Thought. 4.00: 1, ABBADO (R Tate 4-1); 2, Super Stars (11-2); 3, Aegis Power (6-4 fav). 2 1 /4l, 1 1 /4l. 6 ran. Sir M Prescott. Tote: £4.50; pl £2.20, £1.60. Exacta: £20.90. Trifecta: £53.90. CSF: £25.81. NR: War Brave. 4.30: 1, IT’S GOOD TO LAUGH (D Nolan 5-1); 2, Buriram (3-1); 3, State Of Bliss (11-8 fav). 2l, 4l. 6 ran. J Candlish. Tote: £5.20; pl £2.10, £2.20. Exacta: £23.20. Trifecta: £45.20. CSF: £20.68. NR: Papa Power. 5.05: 1, PARYS MOUNTAIN (Mr W FAST RESPONSE (21)(CD,G,S) K Burke 9 6......................... J Hart 85 SOPHIE’S STAR (53)(BF,D2,F,S) K Burke 9 6.............P-L Jamin (5) 92 ANADORA (22)(D,A) K Ryan 9 3......................... S Gray ★95 HI MEH DARLING (22) I Jardine 8 12..................A Mullen 86 Star Betting: Evens Anadora, 9-4 Sophie’s Star, 5 Fast Response, 8 Hi Meh Darling. 2020: Blackberry 9 6, Graham Lee 7-2 (B Smart), drawn (2), 6 ran. STARFORM Sophie’s Star 9-4fav (9-2) Moved right after leaving stalls and raced alone on stands’ side and led, ridden and headed 2f out, soon 3rd, kept on same pace in 3rd final furlong, 3rd of 6, 4l behind Ladies Church (9-2) at Naas 5f 2yo fll Listed stks (1) gd in Jul. Anadora 18-1 (8-9) Raced in last, pushed along and headway 2f out, ridden well over 1f out, stayed on one pace, 4th of 9, 3 1/2l behind Attagirl (8-9) at York 5f 2yo lst stk (1) gd in Aug. Fast Response 10-3 (9-0) Held up toward rear, headway over 2f out out, ridden 2f out, held every chance 1f out, no extra towards finish, 4th of 10, 3 1/2l behind Amazonian Dream (9-7) at Sandown 5f 2yo hcp 0-85 (4) gs in Aug. Hi Meh Darling 50-1 (8-9) Towards rear, ridden over 2f out, not pace to challenge, 6th of 9, 6l behind Attagirl (8-9) at York 5f 2yo lst stk (1) gd in Aug. STARFORM: Sophie’s Star Danger: Anadora 2.27 BET AT RACINGTV.COM HANDICAP Class 5 1m (8 runners) £2,862 1 (7) 552131 2 (3) 46L012 3 (6) 0-L00L 4 (8) 2-2200 5 (1) 1-3464 6 (5) 00-34L 7 (4) 141631 8 (2) 626444 GWEEDORE (34)(C2,D,G,S) K Scott 4 10 0..................... J Hart 80 MARKAZI (19)(C,D4,F,G) Liam Bailey 7 9 9.............D Nolan 79 CAMPARI (29)(D,G) J Camacho 4 9 8.................G Lee ★83 JACKHAMMER (49)(D2,F,G,S) D Sayer 7 9 7..............JP Sullivan 82 BULLS AYE (23)(C,G)(H*) I Jardine 3 9 7.................A Mullen 79 ELIGIBLE (71)(BF,D,F) M & D Easterby 5 9 5.B Robinson 81 CLAY REGAZZONI (19)(C2,D,A,F,G)(V) K Dalgleish 4 9 3..... C Rodriguez 79 ENGLES ROCK (19) L Russell 5 8 11....S B Kirrane (5) 79 Star Betting: 9-4 Gweedore, 3 Markazi, 4 Clay Regazzoni, 7 Bulls Aye, 10 Engles Rock, 12 Eligible, 14 Jackhammer, 20 Campari. 2020: No corresponding race. STARFORM: Bulls Aye Danger: Gweedore 3.02 EBF SCOTTISH PREMIER FILLIES’ HANDICAP Class 3 1m (5 runners) £11,339 1 (2) 0-5213 2 (3) 136215 1.55 2.27 3.02 3.37 4.15 4.45 5.20 PLACEPOT FirST SIX RACES STAR TIP Sophie’s Star Gweedore Golden Melody Never Dark Lola Rebel De Mazzaro Haizoom GOING: Good-Good to Soft in places PRETTY REBEL (113)(S) G O’Leary (IRE) 4 9 12.. C Beasley ★88 GOMETRA GINTY (23)(CD2,C2,F,G)(P) K Dalgleish 5 9 10... C Rodriguez 87 Easterby 11-2); 2, Case Of The Ex (14- 1); 3, King Of Tonga (11-1). 9-4 fav Newton Jack. 1 3 /4l, 2l. 10 ran. T Easterby. Tote: £6.10; pl £2.50, £4.90, £2.70. Exacta: £89.30. Tricast: £849.98. Trifecta: £922.60. CSF: £82.55. NR: Glengarry, Kick On Kick On, Piselli Molli. QUADPOT: £56.40 PLACEPOT: £462.70 DONCASTER 1.10: 1, THUNDER MAX (Rossa Ryan 16-1); 2, Leuven Power (5-1); 3, Unilateralism (9-1); 4, The Cookstown Cafu (66-1). 11-4 fav Bay Of Honour. nk, nk, 1 1 /4l. 16 ran. R Hannon. Tote: £18.60; pl £5.00, £2.30, £2.90. Exacta: £153.60. Trifecta: £1176.90. CSF: £98.51. NR: Puntastic. 1.40: 1, NOBLE TRUTH (W Buick 9-1); 2, Hoo Ya Mal (2-1 fav); 3, Gwan So (40-1). ns, 1 1 /4l. 9 ran. C Appleby. Tote: £9.20; pl £2.50, £1.30, £6.60. Exacta: £31.00. Trifecta: £500.10. CSF: £27.02. NR: Mr Mccann. 2.10: 1, CATURRA (A Kirby 7-1); 2, Armor (5-4 fav); 3, Corazon (11-1). nk, nk. 11 ran. C Cox. Tote: £9.30; pl £2.60, £1.10, £2.90. Exacta: £25.40. Tricast: £95.84. Trifecta: £164.70. CSF: £15.41. 2.40: 1, STRADIVARIUS (L Dettori 4-11 fav); 2, Alerta Roja (16-1); 3, Nayef Road (10-1). 2 1 /2l, 4l. 6 ran. J & T Gosden. Tote: £1.10; pl £1.10, £4.70. Exacta: £6.30. Trifecta: £23.60. CSF: £7.67. NR: Trueshan. 3.15: 1, RHYTHMIC INTENT (H Doyle 6-1); 2, Hms President (11-2); 3, Future Investment (9-2 fav). 1 3 /4l, 1l. 10 ran. S C Williams. Tote: £6.20; pl £2.20, 3 (4) SEPARATE (24)(F,G) -360L0 J Camacho 4 9 7.................G Lee 84 4 (1) MRS FITZHERBERT (22)(D,A) 35-441 H Morrison 3 9 4................ J Hart 84 5 (5) GOLDEN MELODY (21)(D2,G) 241100 T Easterby 3 8 11.......JP Sullivan 86 Star Betting: Evens Pretty Rebel, 5-2 Mrs Fitzherbert, 5 Gometra Ginty, 10 Separate, 14 Golden Melody. 2020: Dawaaween 4 9 10, Kevin Stott 9-4 (J Bethell), drawn (3), STARFORM 5 ran. Pretty Rebel 12-1 (8-7) Awkward from stalls, mid-division in centre, 8th and pushed along 2f out, ridden and switched right in 5th over 1f out, 3rd 150 yards out and kept on one pace, 3rd of 22, 3 1/2l behind Verhoyen (8-10) at Curragh 6f hcp in May. Mrs Fitzherbert 22-1 (8-1) Keen and prominent, steadied 7f out, headway 1f out, stayed on well inside final furlong, led towards finish, won at Lingfield 1m hcap (3) pol in Aug beating Ensemble (8-12) by 1/2l, 7 ran. Gometra Ginty 8-1 (9-0) Headway on outer to lead 5f out, pushed along over 2f out, ridden and headed over 1f out, faded inside final furlong, 5th of 9, 4 1/2l behind Lion Tower (9-9) at Musselburgh 7f hcp 0-90 (3) gd in Aug. Separate 20-1 (8-3) Towards rear, pushed along and headway 2f out, kept on same pace final furlong, 7th of 12, 4l behind Sweet Enough (8-5) at York 7f fll hcp (2) gd in Aug. Golden Melody 9-1 (8-3) Held up in rear, pushed along 2f out, weakened 1f out, 13th of 14, 16l behind Yorkshire Lady (8-4) at Sandown 1m 1f flls hcp 0-85 (4) gs in Aug. STARFORM: Pretty Rebel Danger: Mrs Fitzherbert 3.37 WATCH RACING TV NOW HANDICAP Class 3 5f (7 runners) £7,020 1 (2) 40162- 2 (1) -20312 3 (7) 126465 4 (4) 450602 5 (3) 233L16 6 (6) 41L150 CITY WALK (360)(F) S bin Suroor 4 9 10..........R Scott 95 DIGITAL (22)(CD,D,G,S) K Ryan 3 9 9...................... S Gray 95 REBEL AT DAWN (22)(D2,F,G)(P) K Burke 3 9 6...................... J Hart ★98 GLORY FIGHTER (25)(CD,D3,G,S) I Jardine 5 8 13............ J Gormley 97 NEVER DARK (9)(CD,D,A,G) I Jardine 4 8 11...............A Mullen 96 GOOD LUCK FOX (9) (BF,CD,D3,F,G,S) P Midgley 5 8 9...................G Lee 96 7 (5) SOUND OF IONA (9)(D3,F,G) 524431 J Goldie 5 8 5..Miss A Waugh (5) 92 LONG HANDICAP: Sound Of Iona 7-13. Star Betting: 9-4 Digital, 7-2 City Walk, 6 Glory Fighter, 7 Never Dark, Rebel At Dawn, 8 Good Luck Fox, Sound Of Iona. 2020: No corresponding race. STARFORM Glory Fighter 11-1 (9-12) Held up, headway 2f out, ridden to lead approaching final furlong, headed towards finish, 2nd of 11, 3/4l behind Sound Reason (9-7) at Carlisle 5f hcp 0-80 (4) gd in Aug. Never Dark 11-2 (9-7) Chased leaders, ridden to challenge over 1f out, every chance inside final furlong, no extra towards finish, 6th of 10, 1 3/4l behind Sound Of Iona (8-2) at Haydock 5f hcp 0-80 (4) gf. Digital 5-1 (8-1) Tracked leader, ridden 2f out, led 1f out, kept on well, headed close home, 2nd of 12, nk behind Blackrod (8-9) at York 5f app hcp 0-105 (2) gd in Aug. STARFORM: Glory Fighter Danger: Never Dark 4.15 THANK YOU DOUGLAS HANDICAP Class 6 5f (10 runners) £2,592 1 (7) L64302 2 (4) 264464 3 (2) 42400L 4 (10) 6-0050 5 (5) 443342 LOLA REBEL (18) C Teague 3 9 7................... J Hart 64 ALBEGONE (20)(B) T Easterby 3 9 5..................G Lee 63 ALEHANDRO (19)(P*) Harvey Bastiman 3 9 4.....R Scott 62 SCARBOROUGHDEBUT (19)(B*) M Dods 3 9 1............... C Beasley 64 LORD OF THE GLEN (19) (CD,D6,A,S)(B) J Goldie 6 9 0..Miss A Waugh (5) 65 6 (8) BLUELLA (28)(D2,A,F) 351262 J Macey 6 9 0.... B Sanderson (3) ★66 £2.20, £1.90. Exacta: £44.80. Tricast: £164.08. Trifecta: £199.90. CSF: £39.26. NR: Cardano, Nuits St Georges, Prince Alex. 3.45: 1, ABLE KANE (O Murphy 9-2); 2, Raatea (7-1); 3, Chairmanoftheboard (6-1). 3-1 fav Asjad. 1 /2l, nk. 12 ran. B Millman. Tote: £5.60; pl £1.90, £2.40, £2.40. Exacta: £45.10. Tricast: £200.41. Trifecta: £393.20. CSF: £37.54. NR: Zip. 4.20: 1, SEA LA ROSA (A Farragher 2-1); 2, Viola (11-2); 3, Ms Gandhi (5-1). 7-4 fav Thousand Oaks. 3 /4l, 2 1 /4l. 7 ran. W Haggas. Tote: £2.80; pl £1.50, £2.30. Exacta: £12.50. Trifecta: £52.80. CSF: £13.26. JACKPOT: Not won, pool of £3,206.84 carried over. QUADPOT: £5.60 PLACEPOT: £50.60 SANDOWN 1.00: 1, REVERSION (T P Queally 16-1); 2, Desert Team (13-8 fav); 3, Infrared (7-2). nk, 1 /2l. 10 ran. A King. Tote: £17.10; pl £3.80, £1.40, £1.60. Exacta: £49.20. Trifecta: £161.30. CSF: £42.68. 1.30: 1, SENECA CHIEF (T Marquand 10-3); 2, Glamorous Breeze (5-4 fav); 3, Mister Bluebird (11-2). 1 /2l, 1 1 /2l. 6 ran. D & C Kubler. Tote: £3.60; pl £1.60, £1.40. Exacta: £9.10. Trifecta: £29.10. CSF: £7.46. NR: Nefarious. 2.00: 1, NATASHA (R Havlin 1-4 fav); 2, Maggie And Me (12-1); 3, River Of Stars (8-1). 2 1 /4l, 1 3 /4l. 5 ran. J & T Gosden. Tote: £1.10; pl £1.10, £2.10. Exacta: £3.80. Trifecta: £8.90. CSF: £4.54. NR: Amzaan. DS1ST number one FOR RACING 7 (3) 050003 8 (1) 464560 9 (6) L00L3L 10 (9) 00L600 2.30: 1, KETTLE HILL (T Marquand 11-8 fav); 2, Arqoob (10-1); 3, Carolus Magnus (10-1). 1 /2l, 1 1 /2l. 8 ran. W Haggas. Tote: £1.90; pl £1.10, £2.30, £2.70. Exacta: £15.90. Tricast: £98.60. Trifecta: £71.30. CSF: £16.25. NR: You’re Hired. 3.00: 1, MARSHAL DAN (R Dawson 6-1); 2, Al Rufaa (4-1); 3, Ivatheengine (9-1). 11-4 fav Fox Champion. 3 /4l, hd. 9 ran. H Main. Tote: £6.90; pl £2.50, £2.00, £2.70. Exacta: £41.20. Tricast: £215.96. Trifecta: £330.70. CSF: £30.12. 3.35: 1, GLOBAL ACCLAIM (J Fahy 17-2); 2, Alezan (8-1); 3, Pearl Bay (3-1 jtfav). 3-1 jtfav Makinitup. 3 /4l, nk. 8 ran. C Cox. Tote: £8.60; pl £2.10, £2.40, £1.30. Exacta: £55.00. Tricast: £251.89. Trifecta: £352.80. CSF: £73.80. 4.05: 1, LADY RESET (Laura Pearson 7-1); 2, Mount Marcy (11-2); 3, Andaleep (14-1). 9-4 fav Sky Power. 1l, nk. 8 ran. D Pipe. Tote: £9.20; pl £1.70, £1.90, £3.60. Exacta: £40.10. Tricast: £523.88. Trifecta: £306.80. CSF: £44.84. NR: Ridgeway. QUADPOT: £9.50 PLACEPOT: £22.40 SALISBURY 4.13: 1, JACK DARCY (C Fallon 11-1); 2, Wind Your Neck In (2-1); 3, Snapcracklepop (12-1). 15-8 fav Island Bandit. shd, 9l. 9 ran. P & O Cole. Tote: £10.80; pl £2.70, £1.10, £2.40. Exacta: £41.10. Trifecta: £337.30. CSF: £33.96. ANGEL EYES (19) J Riches 6 8 12............ J Gormley 63 CORTON LASS (19) K Dalgleish 6 8 12... C Rodriguez 61 I’LL BE GOOD (5)(CD,D7,A,F,G,S) A Berry 12 8 12..........JP Sullivan 60 DE LATOUR (16)(B) Liam Bailey 5 8 12......... P Dennis 42 Star Betting: 7-2 Lola Rebel, 4 Lord Of The Glen, Albegone, 5 Bluella, 8 Angel Eyes, 10 Scarboroughdebut, Alehandro, 14 Corton Lass, 33 others. 2020: No corresponding race. STARFORM: Bluella Danger: Lord Of The Glen 4.45 RACING TV HANDICAP Class 6 1m 6f (9 runners) £2,592 1 (5) L-2LL6 2 (8) 0106/0 3 (1) L034 4 (2) 563-21 5 (3) 305034 6 (7) -43113 7 (6) 211301 8 (9) 004 9 (4) L-L4L SARVI (19)(S)(B) J Goldie 6 9 12...Miss A Waugh (5) ★68 NEAR KETTERING (9)(G,S)(T) S England 7 9 11...........J Garritty 56 HEAR ME OUT (11) K Dalgleish 4 9 10...B Garritty (3) 64 IOLANI (J15)(D2,G,S)(P) D Sayer 9 9 10............JP Sullivan 66 THREE CASTLES (16)(BF,C,G,S)(V*) K Dalgleish 5 9 8..... C Rodriguez 67 MYBOYMAX (30)(BF,F,G) M Hammond 3 9 7.A Brookes (7) 60 DE MAZZARO (16)(C,D,F,G)(H) T Davidson 7 9 5........... P Dennis 65 ROBERT JOHNSON (27)(P*) P Kirby 3 8 12.........P-L Jamin (5) 59 MR LUIGI (64) K Scott 3 8 3...................A Mullen 60 Star Betting: 9-4 Myboymax, 7-2 Iolani, 4 De Mazzaro, 5 Three Castles, 8 Hear Me Out, 16 Near Kettering, 20 others. STARFORM: Hear Me Out Danger: Iolani 5.20 MUSSELBURGH GOLD CUP HANDICAP Class 3 3YO 2m (5 runners) £15,462 1 (5) 2-0511 2 (2) 34-113 3 (3) 433211 4 (1) 330330 5 (4) 561221 VINO VICTRIX (39)(D,A,G) H Morrison 9 7.....................G Lee 96 RAVENSCRAIG CASTLE (22)(F,G) I Jardine 9 3....................A Mullen 95 THE VEGAS RAIDER (10)(D,A,F)(V) M Bell 8 13..............B Garritty (3) 95 KRAKEN POWER (22)(G) I Jardine 8 12............... J Gormley ★97 HAIZOOM (12)(D,G) K Dalgleish 8 2...........JP Sullivan 94 LONG HANDICAP: Haizoom 8-0. Star Betting: 7-4 Vino Victrix, 2 Ravenscraig Castle, 7-2 The Vegas Raider, 8 Haizoom, 12 Kraken Power. 2020: No corresponding race. STARFORM Haizoom 5-2fav (9-3) Tracked leader, led approaching 3f out, came clear final 2f, stayed on strongly, won at Ripon 2m hcp 0-60 (6) gd in Aug beating Too Big To Fail (10-2) by 4l, 9 ran. The Vegas Raider 1-1fav (9-9) Held up, closer under 4f out, going well over 2f out, headway to challenge 2f out, soon led and extended advantage over 1f out, stretched clear inside final furlong and eased final strides, impressive, won at Chelmsford City 2m hcp (0-65) (6) pol beating Eagle One (9-3) by 7l, 7 ran. Vino Victrix 5-4fav (9-5) Settled in mid-division, headway to challenge over 2f out, led 2f out, ridden and went left over 1f out, stayed on well inside final furlong, won at Kempton 2m hcp 0-85 (4) pol in Aug beating Al Kout (9-8) by 1 1/2l, 7 ran. Ravenscraig Castle 18-1 (8-3) Held up in rear, pushed along and headway well over 3f out, ridden under 3f out, pressed leaders 1f out, stayed on well towards finish, 3rd of 22, 3/4l behind Valley Forge (8-8) at York 1m 6f Heritage Handicap (0-105) (3yo) (2) gd in Aug. Kraken Power 33-1 (7-11) Towards rear, ridden 2f out, never on terms, 11th of 12, 11l behind Blackrod (8-9) at York 5f app hcp 0-105 (2) gd in Aug. STARFORM: Haizoom Danger: The Vegas Raider 4.45: 1, MY LITTLE TIP (A Beech 2-1 fav); 2, Amiga Meu (11-1); 3, Codify (4-1). 9l, 1 1 /4l. 10 ran. G Boughey. Tote: £2.20; pl £1.20, £2.50, £1.80. Exacta: £18.20. Tricast: £83.32. Trifecta: £76.80. CSF: £25.04. 5.15: 1, AMBER DEW (H Crouch 13-2); 2, Flash Betty (11-1); 3, Rosa Mystica (11-10 fav). 6l, 1 3 /4l. 5 ran. R Beckett. Tote: £6.40; pl £4.00, £1.90. Exacta: £55.60. Trifecta: £122.50. CSF: £59.05. 5.45: 1, ROOFUL (Georgia Dobie 12-1); 2, Mr Moneypenny (33-1); 3, Nurse Florence (10-3). 13-8 fav Pinball Wizard. 2 1 /2l, 3 /4l. 10 ran. E J-Houghton. Tote: £12.50; pl £3.40, £5.10, £1.80. Exacta: £258.00. Tricast: £1612.91. Trifecta: £1548.60. CSF: £335.31. NR: Capla Dream, Kodi Gold, Raffles Rebel. 6.15: 1, QUICKTHORN (C Fallon 7-4); 2, Berkshire Rocco (4-6 fav); 3, Here And Now (16-1). 2l, 4 3 /4l. 4 ran. H Morrison. Tote: £2.50; Exacta: £2.80. Trifecta: £6.10. CSF: £3.23. NR: Calling The Wind. 6.45: 1, SAYF AL DAWLA (J Watson 13-8 fav); 2, Tres Speciale (15- 8); 3, Eikonix (4-1). 2 3 /4l, 1 /2l. 7 ran. P Chapple-Hyam. Tote: £2.60; pl £1.50, £1.30. Exacta: £5.50. Trifecta: £11.00. CSF: £4.73. NR: Badrah. QUADPOT: £79.60 PLACEPOT: £210.70 in association with CHELMSFORD (TOMORROW) JASON HEAVEY 1.00 EBF NOVICE STAKES (GBB RACE) Class 5 2YO 5f (5 runners) £3,780 1 (1) 2001 FREYABELLA (33)(CD,A) J Chapple-Hyam 9 4......................................R Tart 79 2 (3) 44 AYE CATCHER (33)(H*) Tom Clover 8 11..........................Laura Pearson (3) 80 3 (4) 643 LADY FANTASIA (53) R Varian 8 11................................................... M Dwyer 85 4 (2) 03 NIKKI’S GIRL (45) E Dunlop 8 11........................................................ R Havlin 83 5 (5) 240452 WHITE JASMINE (11) G Boughey 8 11........................................ C Shepherd ★87 Star Betting: 9-4 White Jasmine, 11-4 Nikki’s Girl, 7-2 Lady Fantasia, 5 Aye Catcher, 6 Freyabella. 2020: Shalaa Asker 9 2, Dougie Costello 22-1 (A Keatley), drawn (6), 5 ran. STARFORM: Nikki’s Girl Danger: Lady Fantasia 1.35 EXAMPLE HERE LIVE 25TH SEPTEMBER HANDICAP Class 6 1m (10 runners) £2,322 1 (3) L001335 FOX LEICESTER (8)(CD,D,A,G)(P) S L Keightley 5 9 11..R Clutterbuck (5) 71 2 (9) 06342LL MAYKIR (85)(D5,A,S)(P) J R Jenkins 5 9 10...................................... M Ghiani 70 3 (1) L6L4200 TOO SHY SHY (51)(D,A)(P) R Spencer 4 9 9.............................. A Villiers (5) 71 4 (10) 3440160 AZETS (11)(CD,D,A) J Chapple-Hyam 5 9 9............................................R Tart 69 5 (7) 4-05405 LENNY’S SPIRIT (51)(G) E Dunlop 3 9 8............................................ R Havlin 72 6 (4) -131434 GOLDEN CLAIM (18)(BF,D,A)(T) I Mohammed 3 9 8........................ P Dobbs ★73 7 (8) -023243 WALTZING QUEEN (18) R Guest 3 9 8......................................... C Shepherd 70 8 (6) 2050L35 KRAKA (19)(A,G)(P) C Dunnett 6 9 7.................................... Jefferson Smith 57 9 (5) 66-0 SIR JOHN BOWDLER (49) M Johnston 3 9 7..................................J Fanning 65 10 (2) 0632601 DOONBEG FARMER (18)(D,A) H Evans 3 8 13............. Ellie Mackenzie (5) 69 Star Betting: 9-4 Doonbeg Farmer, 4 Golden Claim, 6 Waltzing Queen, 7 Fox Leicester, 8 Sir John Bowdler, 10 Lenny’s Spirit, 12 Azets, 16 Kraka, 20 others. 2020: No corresponding race. STARFORM: Golden Claim Danger: Lenny’s Spirit 2.05 FILLIES’ NOVICE STAKES Class 5 1m (6 runners) £3,510 1 (5) 1 PURPLE RIBBON (17)(CD,A)(H) C Fellowes 3 9 4...................... C Shepherd 89 2 (4) ETHEL C H Spiller 3 8 11....................................................................... L Jones — 3 (2) 2 MAGNIFICENCE (32)(H) Brian O’Rourke 3 8 11.......................... J P Spencer 91 4 (1) 2- MISS MARBLE (305) S & E Crisford 3 8 11........................................ P Dobbs ★93 5 (6) 3 NIZAAKA (9) R Varian 3 8 11................................................................ A Atzeni 90 6 (3) TOP TABLE J & T Gosden 3 8 11......................................................... R Havlin — Star Betting: 5-2 Purple Ribbon, 3 Nizaaka, 10-3 Miss Marble, 5 Magnificence, 6 Top Table, 20 Ethel C. 2020: Areehaa 3 9 0, Jim Crowley 4-7 Fav (Sir M Stoute), drawn (2), 7 ran. STARFORM: Purple Ribbon Danger: Nizaaka 2.35 BETSI ELSENHAM HANDICAP Class 2 7f (7 runners) £11,880 1 (2) 1/1 MUTAFAWWIG (39)(A,S) S bin Suroor 5 9 10............................... C Shepherd 106 2 (4) 1343-1L TIGER CRUSADE (100)(BF,D2,A,G) D M Simcock 4 9 3.......... J P Spencer ★110 3 (7) 2-01003 KARIBANA (22)(CD,D2,A,G)(P) R Hughes 4 9 2............................... P Dobbs 108 4 (6) 11L2521 STYLISH PERFORMER (22)(CD,D2,A) K Burke 3 8 13..................J Fanning 107 5 (1) 4-1520L BIG NARSTIE (15)(D,A) R Spencer 3 8 11................................... A Villiers (5) 107 6 (3) 3236042 NIGEL NOTT (40)(C3,A)(P) M Appleby 5 8 9..................................... A Atzeni 107 7 (5) LL0111L EXTRODINAIR (15)(CD2,C2,D2,A,G)(P) J Chapple-Hyam 6 8 9..........R Tart 109 Star Betting: 2 Mutafawwig, 7-2 Tiger Crusade, 5 Stylish Performer, 6 Karibana, 7 Nigel Nott, 10 Extrodinair, 14 Big Narstie. 2020: Cry Havoc 3 8 3, George Rooke(5) 9-4 Fav (R Guest), drawn (4), 7 ran. STARFORM Nigel Nott 6-1 (8-13) Mid-division, niggled along 3f out, pushed along 2f out, ridden over 1f out, stayed on strongly final furlong, just failed, 2nd of 9, hd behind Raaeb (9-11) at Chelmsford City 5f hcp 0-95 (3) pol in Aug. Mutafawwig 15-8 (10-1) Led early, headed after 1f, joined leader over 2f out, pushed along to lead over 1f out, ran on strongly, won at Kempton 1m nov stk (4) pol in Aug beating Valiant Prince (9-2) by 1 3/4l, 11 ran. Tiger Crusade 11-4fav (8-13) Tracked leaders on inside, weakened over 1f out, heavily eased inside final furlong, last of 8, 13l behind Stunning Beauty (8-11) at Doncaster 1m hcp 0-105 (2) gf in Jun. Stylish Performer 10-1 (8-7) Raced wide tracked leader, pushed along 2f out, ridden to lead approaching final furlong, ran on, won at Chelmsford City 7f 3yo hcp 0-105 (2) pol in Aug beating King’s Knight (8-7) by nk, 10 ran. Karibana 11-2 (8-13) Tracked leaders, ridden over 1f out, stayed on towards finish, 3rd of 10, 1/2l behind Stylish Performer (8-7) at Chelmsford City 7f 3yo hcp 0-105 (2) pol in Aug. Extrodinair 66-1 (9-1) Rearing in stalls, pressed leader until approaching halfway, weakened quickly, tailed off and eased final 2f, last of 9, 29l behind Summerghand (9-6) at Newmarket 6f Listed stks (1) gf in Aug. STARFORM: Nigel Nott Danger: Mutafawwig 3.10 TOTE.CO.UK LIVE STREAMING EVERY UK RACE HANDICAP Class 5 3YO 7f (9 runners) £2,862 1 (3) 4000131 SAATTY (9)(C,A)(P*) M Appleby 9 8............................................M Crehan (3) 80 2 (6) 00-150 RED EVELYN (177)(A) S Pearce 9 6............................................. A Villiers (5) 75 3 (2) 263-465 NO DAY NEVER (82) J Osborne 9 5.............................................. C Shepherd 79 4 (4) 03-23L6 IMPEACH (19) C Allen 9 5................................................................... M Dwyer 79 5 (9) 2023L23 LEAD STORY (24)(D,A)(P*) K Burke 9 5...........................................J Fanning ★82 6 (1) 6305 MOONLIT CLOUD (45) D Ivory 9 4....................................................J Haynes 79 7 (5) 3150L-0 BRECKLAND (41)(D,A)(H) M Appleby 9 3....................................... T Ladd (3) 75 8 (8) 4616666 PROSPECT (37)(D,G) M Johnston 9 3................................................ N Callan 80 9 (7) 34-3205 DARK ZEAS (28) P Kirby 9 2............................................................... A Atzeni 81 Star Betting: 5-4 Saatty, 5 Lead Story, 7 Moonlit Cloud, 8 No Day Never, 10 Dark Zeas, Prospect, 14 Impeach, 20 Breckland, 25 Red Evelyn. 2020: Seas Of Elzaam 9 6, Cieren Fallon 5-1 (D O’Meara), drawn (4), 11 ran. STARFORM: Saatty Danger: Moonlit Cloud 3.45 RACEGOERS CLUB HANDICAP Class 3 3YO 6f (5 runners) £6,210 1 (4) 5-1120 BOOMSHALAA (66)(BF,D2,A,G) R Varian 10 1.................................. A Atzeni 96 2 (1) -321140 DREAM COMPOSER (36)(D,A,S) H Evans 9 7.................Laura Pearson (3) 97 3 (5) 1103551 CRIMSON SAND (31)(CD,D,A) R Hughes 9 2.................................... P Dobbs ★98 4 (3) 414-135 INVER PARK (85)(D2,S) M Quinn 8 13......................................... C Shepherd 96 5 (2) 021-63 AHLAWI (95)(BF,CD,A)(T) H Palmer 8 11........................................... M Ghiani 95 Star Betting: 2 Boomshalaa, 9-4 Crimson Sand, 3 Ahlawi, 7 Inver Park, 10 Dream Composer. STARFORM: Boomshalaa Danger: Crimson Sand 4.20 White Jasmine Doonbeg Farmer Purple Ribbon Mutafawwig Saatty Crimson Sand Tinsmith 1.00 1.35 2.05 2.35 3.10 3.45 4.20 GOING: standard PLACEPOT FirST SIX RACES STAR TIP Freyabella Sir John Bowdler Miss Marble Extrodinair Dark Zeas Ahlawi Everett TOTE.CO.UK NOW NEVER BEATEN BY SP HANDICAP Class 6 1m 6f (11 runners) £2,322 1 (1) -244552 TINSMITH (33)(P,T) J Snowden 6 9 10......................................... C Shepherd 63 2 (10) /033253 SMITH (33)(G)(V) Mrs L Richards 5 9 7............................................... R Havlin 64 3 (9) L063233 EVERETT (12)(P) P Kirby 3 9 2............................................................ A Atzeni 60 4 (3) 6-00054 BAY MAY (40) B Johnson 4 9 2............................................R Clutterbuck (5) 63 5 (6) 0-34354 RWANDA MIST (33) C Gordon 3 9 1................................................... P Dobbs 57 6 (2) 0-63064 AFFAIR (33)(CD,C,D2,A,G,S) H Morrison 7 9 1.......................... A Villiers (5) ★65 7 (5) 3L-L066 PERCY’S PRINCE (33)(A)(B) A Perrett 5 9 1....................................J Fanning 57 8 (11) 0-5360L PAINTBALL WIZARD (39)(B*) J Feilden 5 9 1............... Ellie Mackenzie (5) 61 9 (7) 02L0403 MISS POLLYANNA (40)(H) R Ingram 5 9 1.........................Rhiain Ingram (3) 59 10 (4) 0L-6000 WINDRUSH SONG (12) J Butler 4 9 1...................................................J Bryan 51 11 (8) 0-00535 BARBARA ANN (18) P McBride 3 8 11....................................................R Tart 59 LONG HANDICAP: Percy’s Prince 9-0, Paintball Wizard 9-0, Miss Pollyanna 9-0, Windrush Song 9-0. Star Betting: 9-2 Tinsmith, 5 Bay May, 6 Everett, Affair, 7 Smith, Miss Pollyanna, 10 Barbara Ann, Rwanda Mist, 14 others. STARFORM: Affair Danger: Bay May

StarForm ■UP FOR THE CHALLENGE: Toughest Test at Crayford tonight Explosive night at Shelbourne EXPLOSIVE BOY (9.14) can make it third time lucky against great rival Ballymac Ariel to win the second semi-final of the BoyleSports Irish Greyhound Derby at Shelbourne Park tonight, live on SportyStuff TV/RPGTV. Patrick Guilfoyle’s Produce Stakes champion needs another one of his explosive starts in a heat featuring Liam Dowling’s exceptional talent plus the unbeaten Jackslittlething for Graham Holland, but if coming away might again need catching. He’s been caught twice by Ballymac Ariel but with Jackslittlething for company into the bend next door, room could be tight and Explosive Boy is fancied to get away and secure a place in next weekend’s €125,000 final. The first semi-final can see Scooby Princess (8.57) strike for Jennifer O’Donnell, daughter of Frances and legendary handler Matt, who between them have four Irish Derby victories to their name. Jennifer is also niece of another Derbywinning trainer in Dolores Ruth. A strong-running sort, Scooby Princess is one of four bitches left in the Classic and finished fast last week to run Susie Sapphire by JONATHAN HOBBS close. She will again be powering through, with well-drawn All About Ted shaping as the biggest danger. Crayford shares the RPGTV stage with Shelbourne where pick of the bets might be the Jim Reynoldstrained Toughest Test (7.45) in the final of the ladbrokes.com Dual Distance Hurdle Trophy and Heather Dimmock’s Alaskan Dawn (8,00) over 714m. ■ YARMOUTH stages its biggest meeting of the year on Wednesday with the 75th running the BresBet-sponsored East Anglian Greyhound Derby Final. The seaside venue can expect a bumper crowd with the horse racing festival also next week. ■ MAURICE NEWMAN’S annual golf day in aid of the Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity takes place at Stapleford Abbots Golf Club on Wednesday. Check out this list of fantastic action items supporting the day - www.mauricenewman bidin4gosh.com. ■ The nominations for the RPGTV/GWA Greyhound of the Month for August are Paul Young’s Bubbly Apache (above), Angela Harrison’s Coolavanny Bani, Stuart Tighe’s Minglers Popeye, Diane Henry’s Savana Volcano and Kevin Hutton’s Signet Ace. DS1ST SHELBOURNE PARK (SPORTYSTUFFTV/RPGTV) 7.38 (A1) 480m 1 CRICKET WALL (RL RO)................... 00.00 2 Kilara Odessa (el eo)......................... 00.00 3 Kilgraney Jagger (rl ep)...................... 00.00 4 Honky Tonk (wd ro)............................. 00.00 5 Dalcash Dean (md ro)......................... 00.00 6 Coolemore Buzz (wd ro)..................... 00.00 Star betting: 11-8 Cricket Wall, 3 Kilara Odessa, 9-2 Kilgraney Jagger, Coolemore Buzz, 6 Dalcash Dean, 8 Honky Tonk. 7.54 (SS0) 320m 1 Another Sky (rl ro)............................... 00.00 2 Arderin Shade (sa ro)......................... 00.00 3 5 ROXHOLME DUBAI (sa ro)................ 00.00 4 Hawthorn Best (md ro)....................... 00.00 5 Millrose Melody (md ro)..................... 00.00 6 No Extras (sa ro)................................. 00.00 Star betting: 7-4 Roxholme Dubai, 2 Another Sky, 4 Arderin Shade, 6 No Extras, 8 Millrose Melody, Hawthorn Best. 8.11 (A0) 525m 1 COOLANGA LADY (rl or)................... 00.00 2 Razldazl Annie (wd ep)...................... 00.00 3 Swanley Alexis (wd ro)....................... 00.00 4 Cricket Wicket (rl ro)........................... 00.00 5 Glencorbry Duke (sa fw)..................... 00.00 6 Vipers Buzz (md ep)........................... 00.00 Star betting: 6-4 Coolanga Lady, 10-3 Razldazl Annie, 9-2 Swanley Alexis, Vipers Buzz, 6 Glencorbry Duke, Cricket Wicket. 8.26 (A0) 480m 1 Innfield Jasper (wd ep)....................... 00.00 2 Crokers Sambo (rl ep)....................... 00.00 3 Glenquain Pat (md ro)........................ 00.00 4 JAZZ TOES (rl ro)............................... 00.00 5 Ballymac Luckily (rl ro)....................... 00.00 6 Karlow Lark (sa md)........................... 00.00 Star betting: 13-8 Innfield Jasper, 7-2 Crokers Sambo, 9-2 Jazz Toes, 5 Glenquain Pat, Karlow Lark, 8 Ballymac Luckily. sheffield (SKY SPORTS RACING) 6.19 (A5) 500m 1 56 Lightfoot Agnes (rl ro)......................... 30.50 2 2311 JADORE (md ep)................................ 30.15 3 d251 Sonnys Grace (RL RO)....................... 29.88 4 4641 Saskatchewan (md ro)........................ 29.91 5 1623 Stunning Cali (ep md)......................... 30.07 6 5642 Laughil Simon (wd ep)........................ 29.91 Star betting: 9-4 Sonnys Grace, 3 Saskatchewan, 7-2 Jadore, 4 Laughil Simon. 6.36 (D1) 280m 1 4133 EASY SCOOBY (rl ro)......................... 16.22 2 1331 Kilara Music (rl ep)............................. 16.26 3 4544 Rhoden Blaze (sa fw)......................... 16.23 4 3413 Gurteen Jack (wd ep)......................... 16.15 5 3241 Trickys Topper (ep rl).......................... 16.30 6 1345 Geelo Benny (wd ro)........................... 16.25 Star betting: 5-2 Gurteen Jack, 3 Easy Scooby, 4 Trickys Topper, 9-2 Kilara Music, Rhoden Blaze. 6.51 (A2) 500m 1 4222 ROCKFOREST HUGO (sa fw)............ 29.22 2 2643 Forward Thinking (sa fw).................... 29.13 3 4415 Easy Diablo (sa ro).............................. 29.51 4 1465 Rallying Ice (md ep)............................ 29.10 5 1231 Sharpys Tom Tom (md ro)................. 29.55 6 3233 Shady Beau (md fw)........................... 29.17 Star betting: 7-2 Rockforest Hugo, Forward Thinking, Rallying Ice, Shady Beau. 7.09 (A4) 500m 1 2414 Skipping Steps (ep ro)........................ 29.76 2 2411 YIPPEE TOOTSIE (md ep)................. 29.74 3 1623 Loulou Moon (md ro).......................... 29.79 4 6141 Stunning Aria (sa md)........................ 29.81 5 3655 Adams Conquest (sa ep).................... 29.66 6 4326 Trickys Rubyblue (wd ro).................... 29.67 Star betting: 3 Skipping Steps, Yippee Tootsie, 10-3 Trickys Rubyblue, 7-2 Stunning Aria. 7.26 (A5) 500m 1 3123 MORELO MAN (rl ro).......................... 29.89 2 64 Droopys Exhibit (rl ro)......................... 30.04 3 2251 Burgess Minnie (sa ro)....................... 29.84 4 5454 Lostrigg Velma (sa fw)........................ 29.83 5 Trap empty 6 4455 Trickys Hazyjane (md ro).................... 29.90 Star betting: 7-4 Morelo Man, 5-2 Lostrigg Velma, 7-2 Burgess Minnie, 4 Droopys Exhibit. perry barr 11.06 BALLYDANIEL NANA (5)..............Pure Pasteur (3) 11.21 JET STREAM PRIDE (nb) (4)............ Final Foxy (5) 11.36 TALLY HO BLAZE (6).................. Another Dove (4) 11.51 SWIFT TERRIFIC (5).........................Errill Gaga (3) 12.06 RATHRONAN ALF (2)................ Bay City Lacey (6) 12.21 LONGACRES KIM (1)................ Pennys Impact (6) 12.36 XPERIA GEORGIE (1)....................... Swift Intro (2) 12.51 CLONLEIGH HULK (2).......... Malbay Mo Salah (5) 1.06 PHOENIX ROCKET (6)..............Ballymurry Brian (5) 1.21 SWIFT BEDLAM (nap) (6)............... Gentle Babe (5) 1.36 BURKOS BLUE (2)................................Prem Girl (4) 1.51 LUGHILL DOTTY (1)................... Hurricane Beth (6) YESTERDAY’S RESULTS ROUND-UP CRAYFORD 1.49: Kindii Hunter (6) 2-1 fav, Cha Cha Charlie (3) 5-1, bf: £14.11, tri: (6-3-2) £32.00. 2.07: Maglass About (2) 6-4 fav, Kelva Sky (4) 5-2, bf: £6.57, tri: (2-4-6) £14.45. 2.23: Limerick Jet (5) 2-1 fav, Hitthelids Kid (3) 11-4, bf: £9.87, tri: (5-3-6) £27.80. 2.42: Senahel Gent (1) 7-1, Zenas Stopher (2) 9-2, bf: £41.26, tri: (1-2-4) £0.00. 3.02: Jaguar Tiger (6) 8-1, Theydon Patsy (5) 10-1, bf: £76.90, tri: (6-5-3) £457.80. 3.18: Onthenightshift (3) 4-1, Flyaway Wink (5) 11-4 jt-fav, bf: £19.85, tri: (3-5-4) £63.11. 3.38: Kelva Charlotte (6) 9-4, Go Penny (2) 5-2 and Bugalagrande (5) 2-1 fav (dd-ht 2nd), bf: (6-2) 4.82, (6-5) 3.95, tri: (6-2-5) £0.00, (6-5-2) £0.00. 3.58: Skipalong Nidge (6) 7-4, Bellintersabbath (2) 11-4, bf: £8.00, tri: (6-2-5) £0.00. 4.18: Closed Door (6) 13-8 fav, Cloncunny Brazil (3) 4-1, bf: £9.71, tri: (6-3-2) £38.29. 4.38: Kereight Prodigy (3) 2-1 jt-fav, Dark Slayer (5) 9-4, bf: £8.11, tri: (3-5-1) £0.00. 4.58: Voice of Hope (1) 9-2, Best Poppy (5) 11-2, bf: £39.57, tri: (1-5-2) £97.23. 5.18: Swift Honest (6) 5-2, Warning Light (1) 14-1, bf: £35.30, tri: (6-1-5) £85.87. 5.37: Woodcocks Alivia (4) 9-2, Maureens Memory (6) 6-4 fav, bf: £16.51, tri: (4-6-3) £77.46. 5.54: Alfar Dennis (6) 8-11 fav, Moaning Madonna (3) 7-2, bf: £4.40, tri: (6-3-5) £0.00. HARLOW 10.12: Carlsbush Belle (3) 10-11 fav, Adria (2) 2-1, NR: Unbelievable Bob (res), bf: £3.27, tri: (3-2-4) £0.00. 10.31: Balistic Molly (5) 5-4 fav, Swift Fascinate (2) 16-1, bf: £23.28, tri: (5-2-6) £0.00. 10.46: Jugsy (4) 11-4 co-fav, Kanturk Jim (6) 11-4 co-fav, bf: £12.80, tri: (4-6-1) £29.63. 11.01: Blue Enigma (2) 10-3, Pyraza (1) 9-4, bf: £12.46, tri: (2-1-6) £0.00. 11.16: Tobergal Taylor (4) 4-1, Tickettoride no. 1 FOR GREYHOUNDS 8.41 (AA0) 480m 1 KARLOW MAC (md ro)...................... 00.00 2 Lenson Johnnyboy (md ro)............... 00.00 3 Burgess Mossy (rl ro)......................... 00.00 4 Rahale Podge (rl ro)............................ 00.00 5 Colarhouse Tiger (wd ro).................... 00.00 6 Allforthebest (md ep).......................... 00.00 Star betting: 6-4 Karlow Mac, 10-3 Lenson Johnnyboy, 9-2 Burgess Mossy, Allforthebest, 6 Colarhouse Tiger, Rahale Podge. 8.57 (AA0) 500m 1 Monraud Thunder (wd ro).................. 00.00 2 Scooby Princess (md ro)................... 00.00 3 Singalong Sally (md ro)...................... 00.00 4 Carrigeen North (MD RO)................... 00.00 5 Gortkelly Nestor (md ep).................... 00.00 6 ALL ABOUT TED (NAP) (sa fw)......... 00.00 Star betting: 7-4 Monraud Thunder, All About Ted, 4 Scooby Princess, 11-2 Singalong Sally, 8 Gortkelly Nestor, Carrigeen North. 9.14 (AA0) 500m 1 Susie Sapphire (md ro)....................... 00.00 2 Ballymac Fairone (wd ro).................. 00.00 3 Explosive Boy (rl ro)........................... 00.00 4 Ballymac Ariel (rl ro)........................... 00.00 5 Jackslittlething (wd ro)....................... 00.00 6 PRICELESS JET (nb) (md ep)............ 00.00 Star betting: 2 Priceless Jet, 9-4 Ballymac Fairone, 3 Ballymac Ariel, 7-2 Susie Sapphire, 8 Jackslittlething, Explosive Boy. 9.31 (AA0) 500m 1 Callaway Mort (md ro)........................ 00.00 2 2 Kameko (md ro).................................. 00.00 3 Moanteen Maestro (MD RO).............. 00.00 4 ANGRY TORNADO (wd ro)................ 00.00 5 Fast Fit Paddy (wd ro)........................ 00.00 6 Madabout Cody (md ro)..................... 00.00 Star betting: 7-4 Kameko, 9-4 Callaway Mort, 10-3 Angry Tornado, 6 Moanteen Maestro, Madabout Cody, 8 Fast Fit Paddy. 7.41 (A4) 500m 1 2654 Hi Im Dory (md ro).............................. 29.65 2 4533 Antigua Noel (rl ro).............................. 00.00 3 213 GEELO SAFFRON (sa md)................. 29.76 4 4232 Adams Harry (wd ep)......................... 29.80 5 2 Crossfield Daisy (md ro)..................... 29.74 6 3654 Sharpys Rocket (sa ro)....................... 29.73 Star betting: 3 Antigua Noel, 10-3 Sharpys Rocket, 7-2 Geelo Saffron, Hi Im Dory. 7.58 (A1) 500m 1 1311 Lightfoot Trump (wd ro)..................... 29.27 2 1665 Sharpysspottydog (sa ro)................... 29.24 3 142 Waikiki Johnny (md ro)....................... 29.26 4 1112 TULLYMURRY OLIVE (NAP) (md ro).29.06 5 5566 Johnny The Hawk (wd ro).................. 29.19 6 2114 Lostrigg King (wd fw)......................... 28.98 Star betting: 11-4 Tullymurry Olive, 3 Lostrigg King, 7-2 Waikiki Johnny, 4 Lightfoot Trump,. 8.12 (A2) 500m 1 2533 Jaguar Blake (sa ro)........................... 29.24 2 44 Droopys Yogi (rl ro)............................ 29.50 3 5145 Burkies Army (ep md)......................... 29.53 4 1121 BELLE VUE BULLET (nb) (md ro)..... 29.33 5 1215 Roccos Hawk (md ep)........................ 29.45 6 Stay Little (wd ro)............................... 00.00 Star betting: 9-4 Jaguar Blake, 3 Burkies Army, Belle Vue Bullet, 7-2 Droopys Yogi, 4 Roccos Hawk. 8.27 (A6) 500m 1 2 Awayhegoes (rl ro).............................. 30.23 2 5621 Millroad Blackie (md ep).................... 30.25 3 6251 Nonsence Johnson (wd ep)............... 30.24 4 2554 Jaxleg Pat (md ro).............................. 29.91 5 1132 Up To You (wd ro)............................... 30.00 6 2221 BALTOVIN RAZL (md ep)................... 30.12 Star betting: 3 Up To You, Baltovin Razl, 7-2 Jaxleg Pat, 9-2 Nonsence Johnson, Awayhegoes. 8.46 (A4) 500m 1 115 Harton Soul (rl ro)............................... 29.95 2 3311 STONEPARK SARAH (sa fw)............. 29.78 3 5425 Benjies Chap (rl ep)............................ 29.71 4 55 Ask The Audience (md ro).................. 30.08 5 2564 Effernogue Beef (sa ro)...................... 29.85 6 1543 Kuro Cartel (md ep)............................ 29.81 Star betting: 11-4 Harton Soul, Stonepark Sarah, 7-2 Benjies Chap, 9-2 Kuro Cartel. newcastle (2) 13-8 fav, bf: £15.19, tri: (4-2-6) £40.92. 11.31: Mini Mo (2) 4-1, Bellinter Bob (6) 4-1, bf: £28.42, tri: (2-6-1) £40.39. 11.46: Lady Spotlight (1) 6-4 fav, Carrowkeal Aidan (2) 6-1, bf: £11.34, tri: (1-2-3) £37.69. 12.01: Confey Dream (1) 10-3, Gymstar Bliss (2) 10-3, bf: £15.26, tri: (1-2-5) £37.53. 12.16: Dods Rossie (1) 10-3, Dods Tiger (6) 4-1, bf: £21.73, tri: (1-6-2) £66.92. 12.31: Hello Twiggy (6) 2-1 fav, Cloondarone Star (3) 9-4, bf: £7.79, tri: (6-3-1) £21.17. 12.46: Little Chief (2) 9-4, Boy From Beeston (5) 4-1, bf: £15.02, tri: (2-5-6) £30.00. 1.02: Hollywood Pippy (6) 3-1, Glenbeech Roch (5) 11-2, bf: £20.42, tri: (6-5-2) £35.95. 1.17: Black Eyed Razl (2) 4-1, Tullycanna Boss (1) 6-5 fav, bf: £11.19, tri: (2-1-4) £0.00. 1.33: Giant Finish (4) 11-4, Hollywood Bond (5) 4-1, bf: £16.07, tri: (4-5-2) £0.00. HOVE 10.17: Aldebaran (6) 11-8 fav, Millies Diamond (2) 7-1, bf: £13.23, tri: (6-2-1) £31.71. 10.37: Blissful Vicky (2) 9-4, Forest Mel (5) 7-1, bf: £23.50, tri: (2-5-6) £100.81. 10.53: Mustang Hardy (6) 7-4 fav, Pennys Studio (5) 7-1, bf: £14.93, tri: (6-5-1) £34.07. 11.09: Carmac Ardfert (4) 10-3, Jollie Mac (2) 9-4 fav, bf: £15.25, tri: (4-2-1) £36.86. 11.24: Murlens Radar (2) 11-4, Lasair Breno (6) Evens fav, bf: £7.50, tri: (2-6-4) £17.14. 11.39: Homeward Bound (1) 9-2, Walletbuster Ray (3) 2-1, bf: £18.72, tri: (1-3-2) £71.85. 11.54: Maree Jet (4) 4-1, Droopys Baton (2) 11-4, bf: £21.21, tri: (4-2-3) £84.00. 12.09: Enchanted Sioux (1) 9-4, Maireads Jane (2) 11-1, bf: £25.33, tri: (1-2-5) £97.72. 12.24: Gatchells Davey (6) 13-8 fav, Sandras Flyer (1) 7-2, bf: £8.72, tri: (6-1-2) £14.64. 12.39: Talktomenow (1) 4-1, Blue Jig Queen (2) 6-1, bf: £26.12, tri: (1-2-4) £54.70. 9.46 (AA0) 500m 1 Skywalker Barry (wd ep).................... 00.00 2 Darbys Delight (wd ro)........................ 00.00 3 SWEEP THE YARD (md fw)............... 00.00 4 Gaytime Milo (sa fw).......................... 00.00 5 Droopys Gloss (wd ro)........................ 00.00 6 Evermore (md ro)................................ 00.00 Star betting: 5-2 Sweep The Yard, Evermore, 11-4 Skywalker Barry, 5 Gaytime Milo, 11-2 Darbys Delight, 8 Droopys Gloss. 10.00 (AA0) 500m 1 Stefans Rocket (rl ro).......................... 00.00 2 Razldazl Peaky (rl fw)........................ 00.00 3 Glendalough (md ro)........................... 00.00 4 Deadly Samuri (md ro)........................ 00.00 5 Gunboat Showman (wd ep)............... 00.00 6 AUXERRE (ep ro)................................ 00.00 Star betting: 7-4 Stefans Rocket, 9-4 Auxerre, 4 Razldazl Peaky, 11-2 Glendalough, 8 Gunboat Showman, Deadly Samuri. 10.15 (A1) 480m 1 BATTLE CRY (wd sa)......................... 00.00 2 Kilgraney Radar (wd ro)..................... 00.00 3 Urban Fire (md ep).............................. 00.00 4 Youhavenoidea (sa fw)....................... 00.00 5 Barneys Road (md ro)........................ 00.00 6 Cricket Bell (wd ep)............................ 00.00 Star betting: 2 Battle Cry, 6 Urban Fire, Cricket Bell, 8 Youhavenoidea, Barneys Road, Kilgraney Radar. 10.30 (AA0) 480m 1 MAGICAL JASPER (sa fw)................. 00.00 2 Triangle Hugo (rl ro)........................... 00.00 3 Greenfield Lark (sa fw)....................... 00.00 4 Slippery Diva (md ep)......................... 00.00 5 Rural Star (wd ro)................................ 00.00 6 Finnegans Cross (wd ro).................... 00.00 Star betting: 4 Greenfield Lark, 6 Triangle Hugo, 8 Slippery Diva, Rural Star, Finnegans Cross. 9.01 (A8) 500m 1 6243 AMIRILLO (md ro).............................. 30.18 2 6446 Ballintemple Kay (rl ro)....................... 30.31 3 2335 Minnies Orsk (md ep)........................ 30.24 4 4 Buttons Martini (md ro)...................... 30.55 5 65 Peekaboo Amelia (sa md).................. 31.02 6 6364 Tracys Low Low (sa ro)...................... 30.37 Star betting: 13-8 Amirillo, 5-2 Ballintemple Kay, 7-2 Minnies Orsk, 11-2 Tracys Low Low,. 9.16 (H’cap) 500m 1 3224 Robbies Bullet (14m) (md h).............. 29.41 2 2431 Brynoffa Holly (14m) (ep h)................ 29.48 3 6416 Tewmax Elsie (11m) (md h)................ 29.37 4 1532 Mark The Ref (11m) (wd ro)............... 29.16 5 1552 Carneys Jill (7m) (fw h)....................... 29.24 6 1141 STEEL CITY KING (Scr) (rl ro)........... 29.25 Star betting: 10-3 Steel City King, 7-2 Brynoffa Holly, Mark The Ref, Robbies Bullet. 9.31 (A1) 500m 1 4242 Ballyboss Con (md ro)........................ 29.04 2 1221 Carrowkeal Syd (sa md).................... 28.96 3 5453 Million Jack (rl ro)............................... 29.02 4 1211 BURGOYNE BARRELO (md ep)........ 29.57 5 1163 Catrigg Candela (sa ro)...................... 29.02 6 Trap empty Star betting: 9-4 Carrowkeal Syd, Catrigg Candela, 3 Ballyboss Con, 10-3 Million Jack. 9.48 (A3) 500m 1 4614 Harton Lara (ep rl).............................. 29.65 2 2124 CASINO DEEJAY (ep wd).................. 29.60 3 Trap empty 4 5255 Swift Colossus (sa fw)........................ 29.44 5 1334 Howya Padjoe (md ep)...................... 29.65 6 1653 Desert Charm (md ep)........................ 29.47 Star betting: 5-2 Desert Charm, 11-4 Swift Colossus, 3 Harton Lara, Casino Deejay, 4 Howya Padjoe. 2.04 A BIT OF JEAN (4).............................Street Icon (2) 2.19 DROOPYS EYE (6).......................Abitofa Mistral (5) 2.36 KILLOUGH DIVA (3)...................... Darver Elayne (5) 2.54 FARLOE MOBY (3).......................A Bit Of Farloe (5) 3.09 MIZEN JAY (3)..............................Rush Of Blood (2) 3.26 GEORDIE THOMAS (1)....................... Erins Diva (2) 3.44 ANNAS SECRET (5).........................Worthington (4) 4.04 STYAMRA DUKE (2)................... Dromana Roxy (4) 4.23 A BIT OF MAYHEM (5).....................Canny Betty (3) 4.43 WATERMILL ALICE (nap) (2).............Private Act (3) 5.03 HONEY CRYSTAL (nb) (2)....... Himbos Sapphire (3) 5.22 SLAMANNAN DAYS (6).................. Swift Selena (1) 12.54: Peecee Paul (5) 12-1, Flyaway Roger (6) 2-1, bf: £48.91, tri: (5-6-2) £85.66. 1.09: Roaming Blueboy (1) 2-1, Hilark Belle (2) 9-2, bf: £11.40, tri: (1-2-6) £19.54. 1.24: Fake Taxi (3) 8-15 fav, Kitmins Dixie (5) 9-2, bf: £4.53, tri: (3-5-4) £9.77. 1.39: Meccas Merci (1) 11-4, Domino Gem (5) 6-1, bf: £24.39, tri: (1-5-2) £89.40. MONMORE 1.57: Crispy Bacon (4) 7-4 fav, Bup (2) 8-1, bf: £18.81, tri: (4-2-5) £52.23. 2.12: Crossfield Emma (4) 5-1, Burgess Matt (2) 4-1, bf: £33.63, tri: (4-2-1) £107.58. 2.32: Moanteen Sandy (5) 2-1 fav, Crossfield Smyth (6) 6-1, bf: £15.23, tri: (5-6-3) £33.32. 2.52: Millrose Dawn (6) 7-1, Ryley Roo (5) 15-8, bf: £28.09, tri: (6-5-3) £43.62. 3.11: Taffy Tenacity (2) 4-1, Rockburst Tracey (6) 11-2, bf: £36.67, tri: (2-6-5) £144.54. 3.28: Supreme Krug (6) 9-4, Jenna Too Late (2) 5-2, bf: £10.17, tri: (6-2-5) £33.81. 3.48: Its Coming Omar (1) 7-4, Supreme Blake (5) 14-1, NR: Beepee Sophie (res), , : Abbeyside Kerry (res), bf: £23.77, tri: (1-5-4) £0.00. 4.08: Tommys Flicka (3) Evens fav, Some Lucky Lady (6) 5-2, bf: £4.70, tri: (3-6-1) £8.87. 4.28: Crossfield Ruby (2) 6-4 fav, Knockelly John (4) 6-1, bf: £12.86, tri: (2-4-1) £30.78. 4.48: Skyfall Coochie (2) 11-2, Supreme Time (4) 9-2, bf: £37.25, tri: (2-4-1) £113.54. 5.08: Emilys Charm (2) 11-8 fav, Black Shok (5) 7-2, bf: £7.75, tri: (2-5-4) £0.00. 5.28: Beatties Slippy (4) 4-1, Get Up Belle (2) 6-1, bf: £36.72, tri: (4-2-6) £79.87. 5.44: Skys Eds (6) 9-2, Uknowyerwan (3) 5-2, bf: £21.90, tri: (6-3-4) £92.57. 6.02: Moanteen Kiaran (3) 7-1, Glengar Ameerah (2) 5-2 jt-fav, bf: £31.39, tri: (3-2-1) £103.38. Saturday, September 11, 2021 in association with CRAYFORD (SPORTYSTUFFTV/RPGTV) 6.56 (A9) 380m 1 5 45 Ki Mand Blue (md ep)........................ 24.47 2 2166 Buster Moon (ep ro)........................... 24.03 3 5266 U Make Me Happy (sa fw).................. 24.13 4 3134 SLOWLANE QUEEN (sa fw)............... 23.90 5 3554 Mish Mash (wd ro).............................. 24.42 6 636 Court Jester (md ep).......................... 24.14 Star betting: 2 Slowlane Queen, 10-3 Buster Moon, Court Jester, 5 Ki Mand Blue, 11-2 U Make Me Happy, 6 Mish Mash. 7.14 (A8) 380m 1 6336 Merry Jester (rl ro).............................. 24.08 2 5122 MOANING DE NIRO (rl ep)................ 24.11 3 6556 Mum Im Skint (md ro)......................... 24.24 4 4511 Shes The First (md ep)...................... 24.11 5 2223 Sail On Piper (wd ro).......................... 24.16 6 Trap empty Star betting: 9-4 Merry Jester, 11-4 Moaning De Niro, 3 Shes The First, 7-2 Sail On Piper, 9-2 Mum Im Skint. 7.29 (A4) 380m 1 4532 Skittle Ali (sa ro).................................. 23.66 2 1425 Swift Haggle (rl ro).............................. 23.77 3 3415 Manic Finale (rl ro).............................. 23.74 4 5123 Droopys Plus (md ro)......................... 23.46 5 Trap empty 6 4131 DEANRIDGE BANGER (ep wd)......... 23.88 Star betting: 7-4 Droopys Plus, 10-3 Manic Finale, Skittle Ali, 4 Swift Haggle, Deanridge Banger. 7.45 (HOR H’dle) 540m 1 6 42 Ardnasool Flash (md ro)..................... 34.96 2 5321 Toughest Test (ep ro)......................... 34.70 3 2422 Roxholme Biscuit (md ro)................... 00.00 4 3333 Deadly Brooklyn (ep ro)...................... 34.90 5 2111 TOOLMAKER DADDY (NAP) (md ro).00.00 6 1443 Scala Baker (sa ro)............................. 00.00 Star betting: 7-4 Toughest Test, 5-2 Toolmaker Daddy, 3 Roxholme Biscuit, 9-2 Scala Baker, 8 Ardnasool Flash, Deadly Brooklyn. 8.00 (Open) 714m 1 Trap empty 2 Alaskan Dawn (md ro)........................ 00.00 3 1625 Ragtime Storm (md ro)....................... 45.24 4 3615 Droopys Dial (md ro).......................... 46.87 5 2214 Bonville Susie (sa ro)......................... 46.16 6 2331 SWIFT JAGUAR (sa fw)...................... 00.00 Star betting: 5-2 Alaskan Dawn, 3 Ragtime Storm, Swift Jaguar, 10-3 Droopys Dial, 7-2 Bonville Susie. 8.16 (Open) 714m 1 Trap empty 2 Kid Bella (wd ro)................................. 00.00 3 5451 SCOTCHRATH SEBUS (md ro).......... 46.20 4 Trap empty 5 Capel Cyclone (md ep)....................... 00.00 6 1243 Upward Diamond (eo md)................. 46.19 Star betting: 2 Kid Bella, Capel Cyclone, 9-4 Upward Diamond, 5-2 Scotchrath Sebus. Romford MORNING (SPORTYSTUFFTV/RPGTV) 10.12 (S2) 575m 1 6635 Signature Sophie (qa rl)...................... 35.70 2 2526 Over The Bonnet (rl ro)....................... 35.62 3 5144 A MOTHERS LOVE (sa fw)................ 00.00 4 5462 Aero Abis (md ro)................................ 35.86 5 4365 Droopys Summit (wd ep)................... 35.90 6 1144 Phoenix Lou (sa ro)............................ 00.00 Star betting: 11-4 Over The Bonnet, A Mothers Love, 7-2 Signature Sophie, 9-2 Aero Abis. 10.31 (A7) 400m 1 2433 Opening Move (sa ro)......................... 24.85 2 423 Ardera Tank (ep md).......................... 24.85 3 4553 Cubsy Haribo (md ro)......................... 24.82 4 5313 BOOSTERS MAESTRO (ep md)........ 25.06 5 3263 Exve Forgetmenot (wd ro).................. 24.64 6 4415 Boynepark Farloe (wd ep).................. 24.88 Star betting: 5-2 Exve Forgetmenot, 11-4 Opening Move, 4 Ardera Tank. 10.46 (A10) 400m 1 3 63 Only Paddy (rl ro)................................ 25.14 2 55 4 Do It Dan (rl ro)................................... 24.95 3 3326 Gonewiththedays (rl ro)..................... 25.07 4 2534 Storys Aspect (rl ro)............................ 24.95 5 4665 Chopchop Titch (wd ro)..................... 24.96 6 3222 MAYSES STAN (wd ro)....................... 25.12 Star betting: 2 Mayses Stan, 3 Gonewiththedays, 7-2 Storys Aspect. 11.01 (A9) 400m 1 642 Aero Secret (sa ro).............................. 24.95 2 6256 Kincora Hope (md ep)........................ 24.93 3 2322 XMAS JET (rl ro)................................. 25.12 4 4215 Harris Hurricane (sa ro)...................... 25.02 5 5124 Damiens Becks (md ro)..................... 24.99 6 2124 Ardera Paul (qa ep)............................. 24.98 Star betting: 11-4 Ardera Paul, 3 Kincora Hope, 7-2 Aero Secret, 4 Xmas Jet, 5 Harris Hurricane, 6 Damiens Becks. 11.16 (A5) 400m 1 6565 Siennas Secret (rl ep)......................... 24.87 2 1155 Westlake Hovex (ep ro)...................... 24.63 3 2421 FINE LINE (md ep)............................. 24.71 4 6342 Slaneyside Nally (md ro).................... 24.81 5 4116 Isolate (wd ro)..................................... 24.68 6 6421 Mustang Crystal (wd ep)................... 24.91 Star betting: 3 Westlake Hovex, Isolate, 4 Fine Line, 9-2 Slaneyside Nally, Siennas Secret, Mustang Crystal. 11.31 (A5) 400m 1 5633 Jasons Gold (sa fw)............................ 24.60 2 62 JASONS PERY (sa md)...................... 24.82 3 5425 Hes Gotta Go (sa md)........................ 24.63 4 6643 Chopchop Legend (md ep)................ 24.84 5 3233 Kingdom Cat (md ro)......................... 24.75 6 1262 Cirque Du Soleil (md ep).................... 24.80 Star betting: 3 Jasons Gold, 7-2 Hes Gotta Go, Kingdom Cat, 4 Jasons Pery, Cirque Du Soleil. 11.46 (A2) 400m 1 2114 Airmount Roddick (sa md)................ 24.60 2 3124 Wentworth (sa fw)............................... 24.55 3 14 CROHANE DEZZIE (sa ro)................. 24.61 4 6 Crystal Emblem (md ep)..................... 25.20 5 1554 Chopchop Latte (sa fw)...................... 24.66 6 3133 Bailed Out (md ro).............................. 24.36 Star betting: 9-4 Airmount Roddick, 5-2 Bailed Out, 7-2 Wentworth, 9-2 Crohane Dezzie, 11-2 Chopchop Latte, 8 Crystal Emblem. 11 8.32 (Open) 540m 1 Deni Deni (ep ro)................................. 00.00 2 43 OUT OF DUBAI (rl ep)........................ 00.00 3 6635 Colarhouse Foxy (md ep)................... 35.60 4 3124 Mandys Lady (wd ro)......................... 00.00 5 2214 Alban Auntie (wd ro)........................... 00.00 6 5556 Topstar Nidge (sa ro).......................... 34.38 Star betting: 11-8 Topstar Nidge, 5-2 Mandys Lady, 11-2 Out Of Dubai, 6 Alban Auntie, 8 Colarhouse Foxy, Deni Deni. 8.47 (A5) 380m 1 Trap empty 2 SPORTSMANS ROXY (ep ro)............ 00.00 3 3221 Istanbul (md ro)................................... 24.04 4 Yacht Penny (sa md)........................... 00.00 5 2426 Southfield Marc (md ro)..................... 24.53 6 6222 Blue Boy Beauty (wd ro).................... 23.53 Star betting: 13-8 Southfield Marc, 7-4 Blue Boy Beauty, 9-4 Sportsmans Roxy, 9-2 Yacht Penny, 8 Istanbul. 9.04 (Open) 540m 1 22 RATHMOYLE LUCKY (rl ro)............... 00.00 2 1331 Project Year (md ep)........................... 34.19 3 Navy Blue (ep ro)................................ 00.00 4 51 Joyces Kitty (wd ro)............................ 00.00 5 4544 Barnora Bubbles (ep md)................... 00.00 6 3113 Brexit Abu (wd ep)............................. 34.33 Star betting: 2 Brexit Abu, 9-4 Joyces Kitty, 5-2 Project Year, 7-2 Rathmoyle Lucky, 8 Barnora Bubbles, Navy Blue. 9.20 (A6) 380m 1 2 Dece Violet (sa ro).............................. 00.00 3 1166 Boynepark Geer (md ro)..................... 23.78 4 6445 ICAALS BRUNETT (wd ro)................. 23.73 5 2511 Killeacle Serena (sa fw)..................... 00.00 6 1512 Hiya Blackie (wd ro)............................ 24.01 Star betting: 11-4 Boynepark Geer, 3 Dece Violet, Icaals Brunett, Killeacle Serena, 7-2 Hiya Blackie. 9.36 (H’cap H’dle) 380m 1 1452 Kicking King (0m) (sa fw)................... 23.68 2 1233 Foxrock Brae (0m) (md ro)................ 23.91 3 3111 WILSON (nb) (0m) (wd ro).................. 23.82 4 Trap empty 5 Trap empty 6 Trap empty Star betting: 10-11 Foxrock Brae, 7-4 Kicking King, Wilson. 9.52 (A3) 380m 1 Trap empty 2 Classy Highway (md ep).................... 00.00 3 4541 WOODCOCKS AMELIA (wd ro)......... 23.43 4 5111 Millview Black (ep md)....................... 23.76 5 4414 Pennys Nathan (md ep)..................... 23.67 6 3412 Bossa Nova Baby (wd ep)................. 23.57 Star betting: 5-2 Pennys Nathan, 11-4 Classy Highway, 3 Bossa Nova Baby, 7-2 Woodcocks Amelia, 4 Millview Black. 12.01 (A2) 400m 1 431 Max Velocity (rl ro)............................. 24.36 2 6123 DAPPER JAY (rl ro)............................ 24.67 3 3166 Carefree (sa ep).................................. 24.96 4 6525 Bonville Hugh (md ro)......................... 24.40 5 4116 Lylas Smiler (sa wd)............................ 24.41 6 3155 Droopys Achiever (md ro).................. 24.57 Star betting: 3 Max Velocity, 7-2 Bonville Hugh, Lylas Smiler, 4 Droopys Achiever, 9-2 Carefree, Dapper Jay. 12.16 (A6) 400m 1 2411 Mayses Menace (rl ro)....................... 24.70 2 3432 Run Em Ragged (rl ep)....................... 24.82 3 4111 COMERAGH MAGPIE (NAP) (sa ro).. 24.76 4 1642 Rising City (md ro).............................. 24.68 5 3312 Chopchop Magic (sa ro)..................... 24.66 6 1132 Bubbly Posh (wd fw).......................... 24.71 Star betting: 3 Chopchop Magic, 7-2 Comeragh Magpie, Mayses Menace, 4 Rising City, Bubbly Posh, 11-2 Run Em Ragged. 12.31 (A1) 400m 1 5264 Droopys Manor (sa ro)........................ 24.27 2 2135 Kilara Sapphire (md ro)...................... 24.02 3 4221 GRANREE ROSE (ep ro).................... 24.25 4 3434 Doghouse Dreamer (sa ro)................. 24.29 5 5431 Prince Of Troy (sa ro)......................... 24.39 6 1353 Plain White Tea (wd ro)...................... 24.36 Star betting: 11-4 Kilara Sapphire, 7-2 Plain White Tea, 4 Prince Of Troy, Granree Rose. 12.46 (S1) 575m 1 4535 Lisnakill Alexis (md ro)....................... 00.00 2 2331 Piemans Lynx (ep md)....................... 35.93 3 3134 To Tone Grace (md ep)....................... 35.71 4 3512 Manassas (md ro)............................... 35.59 5 2525 Waikiki Action (wd fw)........................ 35.76 6 3112 MADE TO ORDER (nb) (md ro)......... 35.87 Star betting: 3 Manassas, 10-3 Piemans Lynx, 7-2 To Tone Grace, Waikiki Action, Made To Order. 1.02 (A8) 400m 1 2623 Ramat Coralie (sa ro).......................... 25.11 2 3335 Sporting Pele (rl ep)............................ 24.68 3 4243 Talias Mack (sa fw)............................. 24.81 4 2354 Frankies Milly (wd ro)......................... 25.05 5 4133 MANDEVILLE DIZZY (wd ro)............. 24.98 6 2422 Its The Best (wd ro)........................... 25.01 Star betting: 3 Mandeville Dizzy, 7-2 Talias Mack, Sporting Pele, Its The Best. 1.17 (A1) 400m 1 1646 Swithins Bullet (ep md)...................... 24.28 2 2435 Droopys Cloud (wd ep)...................... 24.18 3 3221 REMBRAND (ep md).......................... 24.38 4 1514 Conans Lass (sa ro)........................... 24.40 5 1343 Droopys Original (ep wd)................... 24.69 6 5165 Rough Rocket (wd ro)........................ 24.50 Star betting: 7-2 Droopys Cloud, Rembrand, Conans Lass, Droopys Original, 4 Swithins Bullet. 1.33 (A4) 400m 1 4 Whiteys King (md ep)......................... 25.11 2 2265 Southpaw Hammer (sa fw)................. 24.61 3 5166 Widgey Woo (ep ro)............................ 24.47 4 2 52 Aero Destiny (wd ro)........................... 24.91 5 2233 CHUCK JAEGER (md ro)................... 24.50 6 3332 Waikiki Mystic (sa wd)....................... 24.60 Star betting: 5-2 Chuck Jaeger, 3 Widgey Woo, 10-3 Southpaw Hammer, 7-2 Waikiki Mystic, 6 Whiteys King, Aero Destiny. Crayford MORNING (SPORTYSTUFFTV/RPGTV) 10.17 TOPPER MACK (4)....................................................Canavour Bell (3) 10.37 PARADOX (nap) (1).................................................Follow Rainbow (3) 10.53 KELVA VELKA (3).........................................................Franco Dotty (6) 11.09 MEGGIE MOON (6)............................................................. Mill Lola (5) 11.24 RAGING SKY (5)........................................................... Risky Factor (2) 11.39 TYPICAL ILLUSION (4).......................................... Azzurri Blossom (2) 11.54 STOPHERS SANDY (1)...................................................Aero Purdy (4) 12.09 PINK FLAMINGO (2)...................................................... Budgearnie (3) 12.24 SNOWDON DOREEN (nb) (3)...........................................Kid Bailey (5) 12.39 SPORTING NICOLA (1)...............................................Hitthelids Jim (3) 12.54 PESKY OLLIE (2)...................................................... Stophers Flash (6) 1.09 DARK HEART (2).............................................................Millview Jim (4) 1.24 HITTHELIDS JOE (2)................................................. Kelva Shabnam (4) 1.39 AIRMOUNT BETSY (1)................................................Millabbey Amy (4)

12 Saturday, September 11, 2021 DS1ST StarBets BRITAIN’S NUMBER ONE BETTING GUIDE ron to toP TRACK FAN: Hochfeld goes well at Chester Classy Hoch is hard to knock There could be half a million pounds in the combined Scoop6 pools on what should be a cracking afternoon of racing. We kick off at Doncaster where Hurricane Ivor can finally land a big sprint handicap in the Portland. He’s better off at the weights with York winner Copper Knight and has more improvement in him. Alounak is the pick in the Tote+ Stand Cup at Chester. Andrew Balding’s charge won the Old Newton Cup earlier in the campaign and was an excellent third in the Ebor. Staying at Chester, Hochfeld clearly likes it on the Roodee, with top three finishes in all five course runs. Jonny Peate’s 7lb claim leaves him on a tempting mark to go close again, having run better than the bare form last time out. The feature St Leger looks Hurricane Lane’s for the taking. While he might not be value in the win pools, he’s by BEN STONES clearly the one to stop. He’s bred to enjoy the stamina test and arrives here on a hat-trick of Group 1 victories. Two Leopardstown handicaps round things off. Layfayette will surely appreciate a stiffer test having failed to go with them over a mile and a quarter at the Curragh last time out. Previously a winner of a Listed heat at Roscommon, he looks capable of defying a mark of 98. Finally, Royal Ascot third Riot is fancied to end Johnny Murtagh’s three-week wait for a winner. Tips Doncaster 1.45 Hurricane Ivor Chester 2.00 Alounak Chester 2.35 Hochfeld Doncaster 3.35 Hurricane Lane Leopardstown 3.45 Layfayette Leopardstown 4.25 Riot the charts Cristiano can grab Golden Boot award ■RETURNING HERO: Cristiano Ronaldo should make a big impact back at Old Trafford The return of Cristiano Ronaldo at Old Trafford today is sure to spark a real betting bonanza. The appearance of the Portugal star in a Manchester United shirt again will have fans checking the latest odds for the Red Devils to win the Premier League, let alone beating today’s opponents Newcastle. United are now 5-1 for the title, behind Manchester City and Chelsea, but even with Ronaldo in the side I’m still not convinced they will top the pile come May – although they will no doubt be a bit closer. The former Real Madrid and Juventus star is also 5-1 to be the Premier League’s Golden Boot winner this season and that could certainly be worth a punt. He’s playing catch-up already but he’s only two behind Liverpool’s Mo Salah and one off Chelsea new boy Romelu Lukaku, who are the top two in the betting. You’ll get a quarter the odds for the first four places and I’d certainly bank on Ronaldo being up there at the end of the season. Sky Bet also offer 12-1 that City win the title and Ronaldo tops the scoring charts – and that’s where my money is going. Returning to today’s action, Manchester United are no value at Betfred’s 1-5 to beat Steve Bruce’s Toon side, although they’re worth taking at 6-4 by STEVE ANDERSON giving Newcastle a two-goal start on the Sky Bet handicap. The same firm are offering an enhanced 50-1 that Ronaldo scores first and United win 3-1 but I’m not convinced Toon will breach the Red Devils’ defence. The stage is certainly set for the Portuguese to make a goalscoring return and I like the look of Sky Bet’s enhanced 6-1 that Ronaldo nets with a header. He’s 5-2 to score the first and just 4-9 to score at any time. I’d also fancy the enhanced 33-1 that Mason Greenwood gets the first goal and United win either 3-0 or 4-0, as I reckon a three-goal victory is the most likely outcome. Betfred will give you 9-2 that any United player scores direct from a free-kick and, with Ronaldo and Bruno Fernandes in their ranks, you could do worse than grab those odds. Elsewhere, surely Arsenal will kick-start their season today when they host fellow strugglers Norwich at the Emirates. With Mikel Arteta’s men propping up the division, they are 1-2 favourites to win but I’d go for a bit more value and take them at 13-2 to win 2-0 – or at 11-8 giving the Canaries a goal start on the handicap. I’d also take Sky Bet’s 6-1 on RequestABet that Arsenal score three or more goals, earn at least six corners and that there are 20 booking points or more for Norwich. Get ready for Em-otional night in New York Most 18-year-olds spend the summer lazing around on beaches or in bed, but Emma Raducanu has instead decided to take the tennis world by storm. Not content with reaching the second week of Wimbledon in her first Grand Slam, the rising star of British tennis has blasted her way to a US Open final in New York tonight. Raducanu (right) is the by MARK PEARSON first Brit to reach the last two of a Major since Virginia Wade won Wimbledon in 1977 – and the first ever qualifier on both the men’s and women’s tour to reach a Grand Slam final. Oh, and she is favourite to win it. The Kent teenager won her three qualifying matches without dropping a set and conceded just 12 games in the first three rounds. She then dropped only three games against Shelby Rogers, conqueror of world No.1 Ash Barty, before straight-set wins over Olympic champ Belinda Bencic and Maria Sakkari. Tonight the new British No.1 faces another teenager in 19 year-old Canadian Leylah Fernandez. PEARSON’S TOP PICK LANEQASH Doncaster 3.00 She has had a tougher route to the final, overcoming reigning champion Naomi Osaka as well as Angelique Kerber, Elina Sviolina and Aryna Sabalenka. Raducanu got the better of Fernandez three years ago at Junior Wimbledon and is 8-13 for the victory, with her rival a 5-4 shot, while a straight-sets win for the Brit is 7-5. Fernandez has been taken to three sets on her last four matches and a deciding set going her way is 7-2. Away from the court, Raducanu’s price has collapsed for Sports Personality of the Year and she is now 10-11 to lift that crown in December.

11 – 17 sePtemBer 2021 • INSIDE THE daily STaR EvEry SATUrDAy The Only Way Is essex hOney, We’re back! easTenders Chloe Sims, James Lock and Amy Childs return for another drama-filled series of the reality show Linda gives birth, but can she and Mick keep their shocking secret? endeavOur As the crime series returns, we see a young Morse struggling to cope Paul O’Grady’s saTurday nIGhT lIne uP The comedian pits celebrities against each other in his new game show PLUS! THIS WEEK’S UNMISSABLE SOAPS, DRAMA & MOVIES Bigger and Better 7-daY tV listings / don’t miss a thing

cOnTenTs 4-9 HigHligHTs 10-11 sOaps 13 mOVies 15 spOrT r 16 TV lisTings 30 HOrOscOpes TWITTER: @dailystar FaCEBOOK: @thedailystar InsTagRam: @dailystar a new member of the carter clan is about to arrive What a year it has been for Linda and Mick Carter – who have seen their title as the happiest couple in Walford challenged in more ways than one. They kicked off 2021 in splitsville, with Linda seeking solace in Max, believing that her marriage was over. Fortunately, Mick began to open up to her about his horrifying past and they reunited. When Linda started getting hot flushes, she thought she might be menopausal. But she was pregnant, and it didn’t take long for her and Mick to realise that Max was the father. Linda worried about how Mick would feel if the baby resembled her ex-lover Max. But Mick assured her that he would welcome the new addition to their family as his own. This week, Linda gives birth – but will Mick make it in time? And can they keep Rainie from working out that Max is the dad? EastEnders, monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, times vary, BBC one Will mick get to linda in time for the birth? LINDA’S IN LABOUR! BABy cRAzy Those contractions can arrive at the most inconvenient times in Walford LAP OF HONOUR Lola gave birth to Lexi in McKlunky’s in 2012, while Billy passed by carrying the Olympic torch. The scenes were filmed live to coincide with the SHOP TILL torch’s real journey yOU DROP through the UK. On Christmas Eve 2018, Kim found herself locked in the storeroom of the Minute Mart, with only Phil Mitchell to play midwife! Mica was born safe and sound, and even Phil smiled. BIG SURPRISE In October 2000, Sonia went into labour on the living room floor. But the twist was the 15-year-old had no idea she was even pregnant. Luckily, Big Mo helped deliver the baby. PERMISSION GRANTED Christmas Day 1998 saw Bianca head to the Vic to rant at Grant over his treatment of Tiffany, but he got a bigger shock when she gave birth to son Liam upstairs. • Editor-in-chief caroline Waterston (maternity) • Acting editor-in-chief Karen cross • Acting deputy editors-in-chief Rowan Erlam and Lizzie Smith • Acting celebrity & entertainment director Lisa Jarvis • Acting deputy celebrity & entertainment director Jenny Kyte • celebrity editor Sarah Morton • TV editor Jenny Rodger • Entertainment editor clare Fisher • creative director Polly Brown • Art editor Lauren Richards-Ozzati • Deputy art editors chloe Reeves and Louise Robinson • Acting deputy art editor Alexandra Hurst • Picture editors Sal Jackson, Abby Wells and Sarah White • Senior picture researchers Jeanne Terblanche and Lina Darton • Production director Jennie Wignall • chief sub editor Becky Ward • Deputy chief sub editors Melanie Hancill and Sam Kistamah • Group image quality manager Simon Spann • Senior studio manager Lee Edwards HOT TV 3

FEATURES Bring on the Essex glamour as TOWIE returns HOLLYWOOD? NAH, BreNTWOOD! We’re heading back to Essex for an incredible 29th series of TOWIE, the show that made reality legends of Mark Wright and Gemma Collins. The new run kicks off with a trip to the beach. But in these Covid times we’re not talking about favourite holiday haunt Marbs. Instead, the gang are on a glamorous staycation on the south coast in Sandbanks, Dorset, home of the world’s most expensive coastal real estate. Scorching Spanish sun might be missing, but there’ll be beach parties, jet-skiing and some fabulous holiday homes. We can bet drama is on the cards, but will the trip lead to new romances, love splits or both? Since we last saw them, plenty has changed for the show favourites. Chloe Brockett and Lockie are the talk of the town as news of their secret tryst spreads like wildfire. Has their news stayed within Essex, or have the juicy details reached a certain someone in Dubai? Chloe Sims is heading towards 40 and trying to process the fact her little girl Maddie is growing up, while her sisters Frankie and Demi have a joint project occupying their time. The cast are back for series 29 Meanwhile, Essex OG Amy Childs is back with her daughter Polly by her side. Has she found a new man? And who better than Pete Wicks to put his serial-dater knowledge to good use by planning a singles’ retreat for the gang? Get the bubbly on ice, the party’s about to start… TOWIE, Sunday, 9pm, ITVBe Our surveY sAYs... Gino D’Acampo dishes up another big slice of entertainment with Family Fortunes You can always rely on Gino D’Acampo to serve up some serious – if cheeky – entertainment. And when he took over as the host of revived TV favourite Family Fortunes last year, he delivered in spades. This weekend, Gino’s back for his second series at the helm, as two families go head-to-head in a bid to guess the public’s answers and win cash. Here, the charismatic chef and TV host tells us about taking over the reins of the quiz show and why his own family didn’t cut the mustard as contestants… Hi, Gino! Are you excited to be back with another series of Family Fortunes? The feeling is fantastic. When we did the first series I wasn’t really sure how the public would take to me doing such a big show. But it went well and the second series was even better. I felt like I’d relaxed as I thought, “OK, they’ve accepted me, so now let’s give it everything I’ve got!” Were you nervous the first time around? For the first time I was slightly nervous – but not for myself. I was nervous because the show is so big and I didn’t want to screw it up. I didn’t want people to think, “Well, he’s not the right person,” or, “We cannot understand him.” How did viewers react? I didn’t see a lot of people because I was in Sardinia when it aired. And I’m the kind of guy who does a show, gives 100% and then moves on. I don’t care what people have got to say. If you didn’t like it, change channel. I’m not forcing you to watch it. Gino brings the laughs You have celebrities on the Christmas specials. Would you do an entire series with stars? The only reason I accepted this show was because it wasn’t celebrities, it was normal people. They wanted to do a celebrity version and I didn’t – maybe because I find celebrities boring. I prefer normal punters. They’re much funnier! Also, if I’m giving away a prize, I’d rather give that to normal people. I want to change a noncelebrity’s life. So we only do the Christmas special with celebrities and the money goes to charity. What do you think would happen if you and your family went up against your mate Gordon Ramsay and his? Gordon would win because my family has been on the show before with Michelle Keegan’s family. We were rubbish. Gordon would prepare himself to win and I wouldn’t – that’s the difference. Remember that Gordon’s 10 years older than me, so he has more experience. He’s wiser. Family Fortunes, Sunday, 7pm, ITV 4 HOT TV

A galaxy of big names is lined up to face public scrutiny in Paul O’Grady’s fun new primetime game show reaCh for the stars Celebrities discover what the public think of them in a new game show hosted by Paul O’Grady. Four stars guess where they rank alongside the others in questions posed to a panel of 1,000 people. Who do the public think is the richest? Who would they like to date? We quiz Paul about his Saturday Night Line Up… Hi Paul! You’re wellknown now for your documentaries so what tempted you back to Saturday night TV? Well, it was a real change because everything I do is on location and I’m often with animals, not humans, so I wanted to see if I can still communicate with human beings. I wanted to see if I’ve still got any social skills left! Can you explain the format of the show? A question will be asked and then the four guests have to decide among themselves who they think is the most likely, and rank themselves in positions one to four. They all tell a little anecdote relating to the question and then they line up in the order they think the public have put them in. And we believe you have celebs quizzing celebs? Each week there is a question from another celebrity, so the first week, Sharon Osbourne dials in with a question, one week it’s Cliff Richard, another week it’s Nigel Havers. FEATURES Then at the end there’s a quickfire round where they only have 10 seconds to get in the right order as the questions appear on the screen behind them – it’s pandemonium. Do the guests all start off being very modest about where they place themselves in the line-up? A little bit. At the beginning it’s all a bit polite and then it just gets a bit raucous. I really enjoyed it. It was like talking to friends really for an hour or two and then you’d go home. It was such a fun show to make. Sometimes, when you’re filming a chat show, it can be like pulling teeth – you sometimes just get, “Yes, no, don’t know,” answers – but on this show, there was none of that. Everyone was so relaxed. Has anyone taken huge offence at the result of the public poll to a question? No, thank goodness. And when they’re picked in the bottom spot, I feel terrible for them. I say, “Listen, take no notice – it’s only a game.” Who have you found easiest to work with, animals or celebrities? I think animals because I get on so well with them, but they can disgrace you and decide to mount you on camera or wee on you. Thankfully, none of the celebrities do that! Paul O’Grady’s Saturday Night Line Up, Saturday, 9.35pm, ITV Celebrity gossip The first episode has Jack Dee, Joanna Page, Mica Paris and Robert Rinder answering the questions. Here, Paul spills the beans on some of the guests who’ll be joining him throughout the series… “boy GeoRGe was quite competitive – he’s great fun though. no one wears a hat like him. I’m so envious.” “oMID DJAlIli is another favourite of mine. He’s the best Fagin I’ve ever seen on stage. He’s a smashing bloke.” “If I could pick anyone to be on the show I’d have Bette Davis. I’m a huge fan of hers, on and off the screen. Imagine what she would have come out with.” “I’d only ever said hello to RobeRT RInDeR before, but gosh, he’s such fun. He was foul-mouthed and so funny. We were sat there open-mouthed with some of the stuff he came out with.” “ARlene PHIllIPs was a hoot. she kept organising people saying, ‘no, you stay there, you stand there.’” “JoAnnA PAGe can talk for Wales, but she’s glorious. she’s a lovely actor and she’s such a lovely person.” HOT TV 5

FEATURES Fishing in Puerto Rico Gordon Ramsay is back on the road for a third series of his global cooking show Uncharted. This time he’s cooking his way through Portugal, Croatia, Mexico, Puerto Rico and Iceland, as well as Texas, Maine and the Great Smoky Mountains in the US. As well as exploring local delicacies and getting to grips with each location’s unique culinary customs, the Ironman athlete puts his mettle to the test in a series of treacherous tasks. From fighting for oxygen while freediving for molluscs in Croatia, to herding cattle on horseback in the Texan Backcountry, no obstacle will stand in Gordon’s way of securing a succulent morsel. Every ingredient he harvests, dish he tastes and person he meets helps Gordon to create a recipe from scratch that’s intended to represent the heart of the culture. Each episode will end in an epic cook-off between Gordon and a local food legend, where the pair battle it out to serve up the best dish. “The world is a massive place, full of diversity and history, and we are just starting to dig into the boldest flavours the planet has to offer,” Gordon explains. Here, we chat to the Michelinstarred chef about what we can expect from the new series… Hi, Gordon! Why do you think people love Uncharted so much? People love the adventure, but I think they appreciate my honesty. It’s not in my DNA to sugar-coat things, so if something tastes terrible, I’m not afraid to say it – or in some cases spit it out! Sorry to our photographer who was in my line of fire in Iceland. What are some of the most surprising ingredients you work with this season? The most surprising ingredient I discovered were the honey ants in Mexico. Most of the time we want to kill ants, but here were these ants coming out of the ground producing the most incredible flavours I’ve ever had. I’d also say cloudberries in Finland. Walking around the marsh and finding these incredibly unique berries was extraordinary and they were a must in my final cook. Has the show changed the way you look at life in general, too? Uncharted makes you appreciate the small purveyors, local ingredients and stunning landscapes the world has to offer. But in general, it makes you see how close the world is and how important family is in it. I mean, never in my wildest dreams did I expect to see a Cornish pasty in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan! What were your top three experiences this season and why? Capturing percebes [goose barnacles] in Portugal – one of the most dangerous things I’ve done on the show and also one of the most simple ingredients to cook with. Herding cattle in Texas with helicopters and cowgirls – I mean, does it get more Uncharted than that? And playing swamp football in Finland. What do your family say about all the dangerous things you do? I tend to keep it a secret until after I finish, except for my son Jack. He’s a Royal Marine, so this old man’s gotta keep up with him somehow! Did you enjoy that quality time with the family during the pandemic? It was fun for the first month until I became a breakfast line cook. By the time we started filming Uncharted, I couldn’t wait to get exploring. Are you ever unsure of any of the dishes you put in front of the local judges? I’m as confident as I can be after taking in everything I learnt during the week. It’s good for me to lose here and there – makes me stronger in future cook-offs! Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted starts on Wednesday, 9pm, National Geographic Getting down and dirty Checking out the agave plants in Mexico Forget home comforts, Gordon Ramsay’s new series of Uncharted is a full-throttle quest to find the best flavours on Earth Moving oxen in Puerto Rico Exploring a rainy Puerto Rican forest Global Grub 6 HOT TV Learning about clams and oysters in Maine

When we last saw Detective Sergeant Endeavour Morse he was cradling his dying lover Violetta in his arms, after she took a bullet for him. As this eighth series of the crime drama opens, it becomes clear events have taken their toll on the young Morse. The first of three new films sees a beleaguered Endeavour investigate an explosive murder at an Oxford college, alongside an IRA threat to a local football star. But the real drama is happening behind closed doors, as star Shaun Evans reveals. “This new series begins two months later and Morse is suffering,” he says. “He is drinking too much, not coming into work, phoning in sick quite a bit. That’s what we see over the course of the whole season. That’s getting slowly worse. But a drink problem is only a manifestation of something else. It’s actually about not being able to cope with life on life’s terms.” While his loyal boss DI Fred Thursday tries to cover for him, it becomes clear that Morse’s behaviour is affecting his work life, as Roger Allam, who plays Endeavour’s mentor, reveals. “Thursday is always defensive of Morse and perhaps tries to Thursday and Morse hot on the trail of the killer put to the back of his mind any concern or worry about how he is. But, as the series progresses and Morse misses days at work it just becomes too much to ignore,” he says. “Morse is in a bad place,” continues Roger. “Then again, Fred made a serious mistake a couple of years ago when he was drawn into corruption and things got very bad with his wife, Win. Now Fred is back on an even keel, and I think it’s a true, sincerely and honestly felt thing that we make mistakes, and we should have a chance to get back on the straight and narrow.” Thursday has his own issues at home to deal with, however, as colleague DS Strange grows closer to his daughter, Endeavour’s former love, Joan. “Jim Strange has more to do with the Thursday family in this series,” says Roger. “Joan sees him as someone good, nice and reliable. She sees someone who is ordinary, who isn’t so wrapped up in himself as Endeavour is.” Making the new series presented challenges due to Covid – particularly the first episode which required crowds of spectators at a football stadium – but the stars were delighted to be back after a year’s delay in filming. “One of the wonderful things FEATURES Shaun Evans plays a troubled Morse As the new series of hit crime drama Endeavour begins, we see the detective in emotional turmoil morse’s remorse ‘ Thursday is defensive of Morse, but as he misses days at work, it becomes too much to ignore Roger Allam is Morse’s mentor DI Fred Thursday about it was, it just brought everyone together at the very beginning. How are we going to make this work while keeping everyone safe?” says Shaun.“It was great to be back. We have all known each other such a long time.” The final episode of this series will be the 33rd instalment of the drama – matching parent show Inspector Morse in longevity. So, will young Morse end up outliving old Morse in terms of episodes? ‘ “I think we’ll know when the time has come to end Endeavour,” says Shaun. “But you don’t want to do it until the story is told.” When Shaun began making the series in 2012, he didn’t watch original star John Thaw as Inspector Morse, as he wanted to have his own take on the character. But if this is the end, he might finally break his own rule… “Maybe I’ll watch them when we’re all done,” he muses. Endeavour, Sunday, 8pm, ITV Star of the original Inspector Morse John Thaw HOT TV 7

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FEATURES In a dramatic Christmas special of All Creatures Great And Small, fans saw Rachel Shenton’s character Helen back out of her wedding to Hugh Hulton (Matthew Lewis) and turn to vet James Herriot (Nicholas Ralph). But despite being aware of their feelings for one another, the pair chose to remain friends for the time being. Three months later and James is back in Glasgow and Helen has retreated from Darrowby, throwing herself into her work on the Aldersons’ family farm. But could they have a future together? Also this season, Siegfried (Samuel West) must battle through the consequences of his decision to lie about little brother Tristan’s (Callum Woodhouse) exam results. And the much-loved Mrs Hall (Anna Madeley) finds an unlikely friend to keep her company. The new series also sees the return of the ostentatious, yet lovable Mrs Pumphrey and her dear dog Tricki Woo. Formerly played by the late Dame Diana Rigg, the role has been passed to Miranda star Patricia Hodge who, by all accounts, has made the character her own. Here, we chat to Rachel about what’s coming up in the Dales… Hi, Rachel! How did you feel coming back for a second series? We were all absolutely thrilled to come back. It was quite emotional as this story and these characters are loved by so many people. I guess I felt the weight of it… It must have been lovely seeing everyone again after the effects of the pandemic… We hadn’t seen each other for such a long time! It took a second to acclimatise to being back at work, I don’t think I’d put jeans on for a year! But you get back into things really quickly. Where does Helen’s story take her this season? At the start, Helen has retreated. She’s at home with her sister and her dad, looking after the farm. It’s her safe place and she takes on her role there with a smile. I love the journey in series two. We really see her emerging as herself. Helen gets stuck into everything that’s thrown at her. Would you say you’re similar? Yeah, I’d like to think so. I’m from Stoke. There’s no moaning in Stoke! I love being outdoors like Helen as well. My school walk was through a field that had cows in it and we’d take our bikes out on the weekends and go on walks. Nature has always been a part of my life. There’s a spark between her and James but things aren’t all plain sailing… There is a little conflict between James and Helen surrounding one of the farming families, and they don’t see eye to eye on something. How did you develop their love story with Nick? Nick and I worked on those “moments” in James and Helen’s relationship. I like the trajectory they take together. It’s a real love story that evolves over time. We hear there are some new animals on screen this year… In the Alderson house, we have a new pet called Scruff, real name Bobby. She’s a working cocker spaniel who was just a pup when she joined us, so super lively. Safe to say Bobby didn’t always stick to the script and follow cues! Did you learn any new skills? Geese wrangling! They can be quite vicious, but ours were pretty placid. The key is not to move your arms too much. If you need anyone for the job… I’m your girl! All Creatures Great And Small, Thursday, 9pm, Channel 5 Get set for more animal magic CREATURE COMFORTS Rachel Shenton prepares for more drama in the Dales as she returns in a heartwarming second series of All Creatures Great And Small HOT TV 9

Soap week dotty and Tiff come to blows Martin finds out ruby lied Janine, scarlett and Tommy are all trapped kheerat spots the fire EaSTEndERS mon, TuES, ThuRS, fRi, bbc onE Linda goes into labour at The Vic THere’s a baby On THe way and a fire breaks OuT The fire takes hold at the Mitchell house, with Janine, Scarlett and Tommy all locked in the bedroom, while Phil is unconscious downstairs. Kheerat and Gray spot the flames and rush inside, just as Phil manages to stagger out. They head upstairs to the bedroom, but suddenly there is an explosion. Will everyone get out of the house alive? Jack demands to know whether Max is Linda’s baby’s father, but it’s not good timing as Linda goes into labour. With everyone distracted by the fire, it looks like Jack may have to step in as midwife. Elsewhere, Jean is arrested. At the police station she tries to leave, but then collapses. Meanwhile, Martin spots a text on Ruby’s phone from the police, revealing that it was Ruby who shopped Jean. Realising what his wife is capable of, Martin visits Stacey in jail, who tells Martin to sort out Ruby – or she will. Later, Ruby finally admits to Martin that she lied in order to send Stacey down. It’s not inTerView alina and Tyrone’s relationship has been rocky for a while, and this week sees a big drama unfold for the Corrie couple, as RuxandRa PoRojnicu explains… does alina believe that she’ll get her happily ever after, even though she’s had a tough time? Yes, even though she is still hurt by the miscarriage and everything that has gone on with Fiz and Hope, she’s still willing to give it another go. She believes if she stays with Ty they have a chance at happiness. What sort of wedding is she hoping for? She really wants to get married in Romania, so she wants to go there to see her family and start planning. Jean gets a nasty shock long before there’s another shock in store – Ruby has also just taken a pregnancy test… Tiff and Dotty are at war. Tiff insists to Sonia that either Dotty leaves the house or she will. A short time after, the pair end up at the same boxing class, where things get What’s alina’s first thought when Tyrone tells her that fiz wants to move away and he can’t go to Romania with her? She’s quite shocked to hear that Fiz might move away but she’s also upset that Tyrone has once again put her aside and chosen Fiz. However, she’s also contemplating how their life would look without her being across the street, and deep down she hopes that Fiz will make this step. is alina looking forward to being a stepmum? She knows how important the kids are for Tyrone. However, when it comes to Hope she does find it very difficult and sometimes painful to be around. Tyrone keeps putting fiz first totally out of hand, and Nancy and Sonia have to break up a fight between Tiff and Dotty. Will Sonia be forced to make a choice between the two girls? In other news, Sonia has arranged a date with Ethan, who she met at the gym. However, protective dad Rocky isn’t so sure about the new man in her life. And Bernie has her baby scan. While Stuart is clearly excited, Rainie is out of sorts. She storms off, but where exactly is she going? When Tyrone says he wants to get back with fiz, how does alina react? She is totally devastated because she was trying so hard to make this work. However, somehow Alina is not surprised, as in her heart of hearts she knows that Tyrone’s connection with Fiz is still very powerful. I think she felt it coming but she didn’t want to accept it until the last minute when he actually said it. Tyrone hasn’t been very fair to alina – or fiz. What would you say to Tyrone if alina was your friend? I would tell him to stop trying to please everyone and take some time off to try to find himself. 10 HOT TV

matty gets his hand burnt Al has an idea for an event SOAPS rhona and Brenda scuffle Cathy reveals all to April eMMeRdALe weeKdAYS, itv A BArBeCue BACkFireS ANd APril FiNAllY diSCOVerS THe TruTH ABOuT Her TrOll Cathy breaks down and reveals to April that she was the one who started the online trolling. April is furious, and Cathy is terrified about the consequences. The next day, Heath says that Cathy is missing, leaving Bob and Brenda frantic with worry. But it’s a furious Rhona who finds Cathy, and tells her she’s going to tell the school and Bob and Brenda about what she’s done. Freda’s got plans for Norris’s funeral cOROnAtiOn StReet MOn, wed, fRi, itv The locals receive the sad news this week that dear old Norris has died after suffering a stroke. But his former wife Mary and his current love Freda are soon at odds over the funeral arrangements. When Claudia arrives on the scene and gives her opinion on the matter, it is Rita who has to step in to stop the squabbling. But as the ructions continue, can they really arrange a peaceful send-off for one of the Street’s most treasured residents? Tyrone is torn between Alina and Fiz and is jealous when Fiz heads out with her new man, Phill. Barging in on the date when Phill’s back is turned, Ty tells Fiz he wants her back, but how will she react? Later, he confesses his true Cathy tries to get away, but as Rhona grabs her, Brenda appears and a scuffle ensues. Rhona pushes Brenda and she falls to the ground. Have things gone too far? Marlon is stressed about the financial situation at The Woolpack and suggests a barbecue to pull in the punters. He ropes in Matty to help but when Matty squirts lighter fluid on to the grill, it causes a Tyrone gets the message loud and clear THe STreeT’S iN mOurNiNg FOr ONe OF iTS mOST TreASured reSideNTS feelings to Alina, and she takes revenge by dumping their couple picture on the street with the word “Liar” scrawled all over Ty’s image. Can Alya and Yasmeen trust Zeedan? fireball and he gets burnt. Moira goes on the warpath and insists that Matty is paid compensation. Chas worries that the pub can’t afford it and is shocked by an offer of help from an unwelcome source. And Al suggests Ellis and Priya team up for a boot camp survival event. The pair like the idea, but Priya tells Billy to pitch it to Kim before Al runs off with all the credit. Alina takes revenge As Alina leaves Weatherfield, Tyrone is facing the prospect of losing both women. Yasmeen is delighted when her grandson, Zeedan, returns. It’s not long before he gets them out of a tricky situation at Speed Dahl after Alya falls victim to a scam. But Alya is suspicious there’s more going on. And Daniel starts his teaching placement, but he soon runs into trouble when Max decides to play up… Sienna and Brody get a surprise HOLLYOAKS weeKdAYS, cHAnneL 4 BrOdY TurNS ON SieNNA Grace encourages Nate to get to know the locals after his rocky start with Ripley. However, it appears that the newbie has a hidden agenda as he sets his sights on the Deverauxs. Grace then suffers an awkward encounter with Felix and Martine, but Nate consoles her and it’s not long before they skulk off to the bedroom together. A new development in the Summer Ranger case gives Brody and Sienna hope that they might be free of her. However, when things don’t go the way the pair expect, Brody shifts his anger towards Sienna. Plus, Leah seeks revenge on Liberty, Warren and Fergus realise that they must make amends with Misbah, and the village is left reeling from the consequences of a life-threatening altercation. Newbie Nate is on a mission HOT TV 11

aDvertiSing Feature Why clean kids learn better One organisation is tackling the important issue of hygiene poverty head-on every day Buying much-needed hygiene products for pupils isn’t on the job spec – but it’s what many teachers do when they see struggling parents choosing between feeding their kids or keeping them clean. “I’ve bought soap, pants, deodorant, a clean jumper and toothpaste for children over my 20 years as a headteacher,” says Bryony Baynes of Kempsey Primary School near Worcester. “It’s heartbreaking to see children coming to school who haven’t had a bath in weeks or whose bedlinen hasn’t been washed in months.” One organisation that has been set up to relieve the pressure is The Hygiene Bank, a grassroots community initiative. Stressing that being clean is a basic human right, it has an army of volunteers who collect and sort donated personal care and household cleaning essentials – all of them new, unused and in date – and take them to local community partners and organisations for distribution to those families and individuals who need them most. Boots is supporting The Hygiene Bank by hosting dedicated drop-off bins in stores across the country where customers can donate hygiene products. For every kilogram donated in its stores, Boots gives four further products. “Hygiene poverty is a hidden crisis, and this isn’t a problem limited to hard-up city schools – it’s across the country,” says Bryony. “If your classmates are pulling away from you because you smell, that damages self-worth and leads to children lacking in confidence. I’ve heard children tell a teacher: ‘Miss, I don’t want to sit next to him, he stinks.’ Words like those leave scars on the soul.” Tackling this issue can also have educational benefits. It’s a lot easier to concentrate on what a teacher is saying for a child who doesn’t feel self-conscious about their personal hygiene. Bryony says she sees more and more families struggling financially. “Businesses have gone to the wall in the pandemic, so parents who had good incomes now have no income at all. They find it especially hard to ask for help to keep their family clean.” Hygiene poverty might feel like a tricky topic to broach with parents – who are already hard pushed financially – because it’s so personal. And that’s why it’s important that there’s a dialogue, so that schools and parents can tackle this key issue together. Bryony says: “We have to initiate difficult conversations about how the school can support their family. The Hygiene Bank organises donations from the local community, and sometimes I add items like toothbrushes and period items to the school supermarket order. The problem’s getting worse, and that’s why this partnership with Boots is so needed.” determined Bryony Baynes you can help Beat hygiene poverty Products are distributed to those who need them via schools, charities, council services and voluntary organisations. The Hygiene Bank urgently needs volunteers so it can carry on its vital work in supporting schools and organisations across the country. You can donate at your local Boots donation point, via Boots.com or directly to The Hygiene Bank. For more details please see thehygienebank.com. THe ToileTries THaT Families neeD mosT Shampoo Deodorant Toilet roll Period products Toothpaste Toothbrush Soap Nappies Donate products at your local Boots store or visit Boots.com for more information

HOT movies FILMS The dukes of hazzard Saturday, 7pm, Comedy Central “Yeee-haaa!” A witless big-screen adaptation of the 80s TV action series. Johnny Knoxville and Seann William Scott play the redneck cousins racing around Georgia in a Dodge Charger, trying to evade Burt Reynolds’ corrupt cop, Boss Hogg. Also with Jessica Simpson. (2005/12) ★★★ The more you iGnore me Saturday, 11pm, ITV3 A normal family, with no ordinary mother and one extraordinary daughter, is the subject of this heartwarming chronicle set in the 1980s. With stellar performances from writer Jo Brand, Sheridan Smith and Ella Hunt, this British comedy offers laughter, wisdom and tragedy. (2018/15) ★★★ Brave Sunday, 3.10pm, BBC One Pixar gives Braveheart a feminist spin in this beautifully rendered ’toon set in the Scottish Highlands. Trainspotting’s Kelly Macdonald voices the flame-haired princess who defies custom to become a fearless bow-and-arrow toting warrior. Emma Thompson voices her grizzly mum. (2012/PG) ★★★★ anna Monday, 9pm, Film4 Sasha Luss stars as the striking assassin Anna, a Villanelle-esque character with a tortured past and a knack for murder. However, when the people who trained her double-cross her, she switches allegiances to go after those who let her down. Also with Cillian Murphy and Helen Mirren. (2019/15) ★★★★ The GreaTesT showman Tuesday, 7pm, Film4 The ultimate sing-along musical movie is one for all the family. Hugh Jackman shines as PT Barnum, a natural-born showman who brings a group of marvellous misfits together to form a show-stopping circus troupe. Michelle Williams, Zac Efron and Zendaya complete the A-list line-up, bringing this spectacle and its anthems to scintillating life. (2017/PG) ★★★★★ Behind enemy Lines Thursday, 6.55pm, Film4 Owen Wilson and Gene Hackman star in a thriller partially based on a true story. Wilson plays Lieutenant Chris Burnett, a US Navy flight officer who is part of a NATO peacekeeping force in the former Yugoslavia. But when he and his pilot are shot down by Serbian forces, can Rear Admiral Leslie Reigart get his man out safely? (2001/12) ★★★★ rocky Friday, 10.45pm, ITV It’s spawned an astonishing seven sequels, but Sly Stallone’s Oscarwinning original remains the ultimate sports underdog story. Sly plays an undercard brawler who gets a once-in-alifetime shot at the world heavyweight championship. (1976/12) ★★★★★ HOT TV 13

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Sky SportS MAiN eveNt 9.00am european tour Golf The BMW PGA Championship. 11.00 WSL West Ham United v Aston Villa (Kick-off 11.30am). 2.00pm test Cricket England v India. 5.00 SNF Chelsea v Aston Villa (Kick-off 5.30pm). 8.00-11.00pm World Cup of Darts Further Watch Ollie Robinson in Test Cricket, England v India on Saturday at 10.15am, Sky Sports Cricket coverage of the second round of the tournament. Sky SportS preMier LeAGue 11.00am- 2.00pm WSL West Ham United v Aston Villa (Kick-off 11.30am). 5.00-8.30pm SNF Chelsea v Aston Villa (Kick-off 5.30pm). bt Sport 1 11.30am-3.00pm premier League Crystal Palace v Tottenham Hotspur (Kick-off 12.30pm). 5.00- 7.30pm vanarama National League King’s Lynn Town v Dagenham & Redbridge (Kick-off 5.20pm). bt Sport 3 7.45-9.45pm Serie A Football from Italy’s top division. euroSport 1 7.55-11.00am Ski Jump: Summer Grand prix The HS140 final. 1.15pm Cycling: european road Champs The women’s road race. 4.20-6.30pm Show Jumping The Longines Global Champions Tour event. Sunday Sky SportS NFL 5.00pm NFL Coverage of an NFL match (Kick-off 6.00pm). 9.15pm-12.35am NFL Coverage of an NFL match (Kick-off 9.25pm). 1.15-4.45am NFL Los Angeles Rams v Chicago Bears (Kick-off 1.20am). 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Wednesday Sky SportS AreNA 3.00-8.00pm uS open 9-ball pool Coverage of the third day of this year’s tournament. 12.00m’t-2.00am WNbA Connecticut Sun v New York Liberty (Kick-off 12.00m’t). Sky SportS FootbALL 7.00-10.15pm eFL Stoke City v Barnsley (Kick-off 7.45pm). Sky SportS MAiN eveNt 3.00pm uS open 9-ball pool Coverage of the third day. 7.00-10.00 eFL Stoke City v Barnsley (Kick-off 7.45pm). 12.00m’t-2.00am WNbA Connecticut Sun v New York Liberty (Kick-off 12.00m’t). bt Sport 1 5.30-7.45pm ueFA Champions League Besiktas v Borussia Dortmund (Kick-off 5.45pm). bt Sport 2 7.00-10.30pm ueFA Champions League Liverpool v AC Milan (Kick-off 8.00pm). bt Sport 3 7.15-10.30pm ueFA Champions League Manchester City v RB Leipzig (Kick-off 8.00pm). euroSport 1 1.30pm Cycling: tour of Luxembourg Coverage of stage two. 3.30 tour of tuscany Coverage of the one--day race from Italy. 5.00-6.00pm Cycling: tour of Slovakia Coverage of the prologue. Thursday Sky SportS NFL 12.30-4.30am NFL Washington Football Team v New York Giants (Kick-off 1.20am). Sky SportS AreNA 7.00- 10.00pm Super League Coverage of a game from Week 25. Sky SportS CriCket 12.30-9.00pm Women’s international one-Day Cricket England v New Zealand. Sky SportS GoLF 12.30pm european tour Golf The 2021 Dutch Open. 5.30 pGA tour Golf The 2021 Fortinet Championship. 8.00 LpGA tour Golf The 2021 Cambia Portland Classic. 11.00pm-2.00am pGA tour Golf The 2021 Fortinet Championship. Sky SportS MAiN eveNt 12.30pm Women’s international one-Day Cricket England v New Zealand. 9.00 LpGA tour Golf The 2021 Cambia Portland Classic. 11.00 pGA tour Golf The 2021 Fortinet Championship. 12.30-5.00am NFL Washington Football Team v New York Giants (Kick-off 1.20am). bt Sport 1 5.15-8.00pm ueFA europa Conference League Rennes v Tottenham Hotspur (Kick-off 5.45pm). 1.00-4.30am College Football Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns v Ohio Bobcats (Kick-off 1.00am). bt Sport 2 5.15pm ueFA europa League Dinamo Zagreb v West Ham United (Kick-off 5.45pm). 7.45-10.30pm ueFA europa League Leicester City v Napoli (Kick-off 8.00pm). bt Sport 3 5.15pm ueFA europa League Real Betis v Celtic (Kick-off 5.45pm). 7.45-10.30pm ueFA europa League Rangers v Lyon (Kick-off 8.00pm). euroSport 1 1.30pm Cycling: tour of Luxembourg Coverage of stage three. 3.30-4.30pm Cycling: tour of Slovakia Coverage of stage one. Friday Sky SportS AreNA 3.00-7.00pm uS open 9-ball pool Coverage of the fifth day of this year’s tournament. 7.30-10.00pm Super League Coverage of a game from Week 25 of the Betfred Super League. Sky SportS CriCket 9.50am- 6.00pm one-Day international Cricket Pakistan v New Zealand. Sky SportS FootbALL 12.00m’t-2.10am MLS Inter Miami CF v New York Red Bulls (Kick-off 12.00m’t). Sky SportS GoLF 12.30pm european tour Golf The 2021 Dutch Open. 5.30 pGA tour Golf The 2021 Fortinet Championship. 8.00 LpGA tour Golf The 2021 Cambia Portland Classic. 11.00pm- 2.00am pGA tour Golf The 2021 Fortinet Championship. Sky SportS MAiN eveNt 10.00am-6.00pm one-Day international Cricket Pakistan v New Zealand. 7.30-10.30pm FNF Newcastle United v Leeds United (Kick-off 8.00pm). 12.00m’t-2.10am MLS Inter Miami CF v New York Red Bulls (Kick-off 12.00m’t). Sky SportS preMier LeAGue 7.30-10.30pm FNF Newcastle United v Leeds United (Kick-off 8.00pm). bt Sport 1 7.00-10.00pm premiership rugby union Bristol Bears v Saracens (Kick-off 7.45pm). bt Sport 3 7.45-10.00pm Ligue 1 Strasbourg v Metz (Kick-off 8.00pm). 12.00m’t-2.45am CFL Hamilton Tiger-Cats v Calgary Stampeders (Kick-off 12.00m’t). euroSport 1 1.30pm Cycling: tour of Luxembourg Coverage of stage four of the annual race. 3.30-4.30pm Cycling: tour of Slovakia Patrick Bamford gears up for FNF Newcastle United v Leeds United (Kickoff 8.00pm), Friday, 7.30pm, Sky Sports Premier League PHOTOS: GETTY 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 Vivek Singh, Mandy Yin and Alex Horne. 11.30 Pizza Boys Jez and Ieuz arrive in Parma for the Pizza World Championship. (R) 12.00noon Football Focus Alex Scott and guests look ahead to the weekend’s fixtures. 1.00 BBC News; Weather 1.15 Great North Run Preview 2.00 Bargain Hunt From Peterborough. (R) 2.45 Money for Nothing (R) 3.15 Garden Rescue A practical garden in St Albans. (R) 4.00 Final Score A round-up of today’s football results. 5.15 BBC News Headlines. 5.25 Regional News; Weather 5.35 Celebrity Mastermind With Miles Jupp, Zoe Lyons, Neil Hannon and Lucy Porter. (R) 6.05 Celebrity Catchpoint Ore Oduba and Kelvin Fletcher take on Reverends Kate Bottley and Richard Coles. (R) 6.35 The Wall Merseyside sisters Vickie and Julie take part. (R) 6.50am All Over the Place: UK (R) 7.20 Marrying Mum and Dad (R) 7.50 The Dengineers (R) 8.20 Ricky Wilson’s Art Jam (R) 8.35 Blue Peter Magazine. (R) 9.05 Planet Defenders (R) 9.30 Supersized Earth (R) 10.30 Hugh’s Wild West (R) 11.30 Chris and Meg’s Wild Summer North Wales. (R) 12.00noon Nigel Slater’s Middle East From Lebanon. (R) 1.00 Serengeti II The young animals learn to hunt in the aftermath of the flood. (R) 2.00 Animals with Cameras (R) 3.00 A House Through Time The story of a Victorian house’s first resident. (R) 4.00 Jay’s Yorkshire Workshop Two sisters who work for a homeless charity in Leeds receive bespoke furniture. (R) 5.00 Saving Lives at Sea A fallen climber is plucked out of the sea in Wales. (R) 6.00 Golf: PGA Championship The key third-round action from Wentworth in Surrey. 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: The Animated Series Double bill. (R) 7.45 The Tom and Jerry Show (R) 8.05 Scooby-Doo and Guess Who? Cartoon. 8.30 Martin & Roman’s Weekend Best! With Sharleen Spiteri. 9.25 ITV News Headlines. 9.30 James Martin’s Saturday Morning With Faye Tozer. 11.40 Ainsley’s Good Mood Food 12.45pm James Martin’s Islands to Highlands The Isle of Skye. 1.15 ITV News; Weather 1.30 LIVE ITV Racing Coverage from Doncaster, Chester and Leopardstown. 4.00 You’ve Been Framed! (R) 4.30 Family Fortunes: Gino’s Best Bits Highlights. (R) 5.00 Tipping Point: Lucky Stars (R) 6.00 ITV News; Weather 6.15 Regional News; Weather 6.30 Rolling in It Last in series. 6.10am Everybody Loves Raymond Ten episodes. (R) 10.30 The Simpsons (R) 12.25pm Four in a Bed Five episodes. The competition begins at Grove Barn B&B in Norfolk; from Picaroons in Sheringham, Norfolk; from Brightham House in Malborough; the final stay of the week is at Moran’s B&B in Westward Ho!, Devon; the B&B owners find out how much they’ve been paid and settle some scores. (R) 2.55 A Place in the Sun Danni Menzies is house-hunting on the beautiful island of Lanzarote with Richard and Catherine from Essex. (R) 3.55 Location, Location, Location: 20 Years and Counting Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer remember househunting with solo buyers. (R) 4.55 How to Save a Grand in 24 Hours Anna Richardson and her team of experts help out a family of seven in Stoke. Last in the series. 6.00 Channel 4 News Headlines. 6.00am Milkshake! Children’s TV. 10.00 SpongeBob SquarePants (R) 10.30 Entertainment News on 5 10.45 Friends Triple bill. (R) 12.10pm Friends Janice persuades the pals to reveal their secrets about a period in their lives. (R) 12.40 Friends Monica buys a bed from Janice’s husband. (R) 1.05 FILM Mr Magorium’s Wonder Emporium (2007, U) The dying owner of a magical toy shop plans to leave the business to his assistant, but the store itself is not happy. Fantasy comedy, starring Dustin Hoffman. ★★ 3.00 FILM Mirror Mirror (2012, PG) A princess is banished to a dark forest after the death of her father, leaving her wicked stepmother to rule over the kingdom. The exiled aristocrat joins forces with a band of rebellious dwarfs to reclaim her father’s throne and stop the evil queen seducing the prince she is in love with. Fantasy, starring Julia Roberts and Lily Collins. ★★★ 5.10 5 News Weekend 7 8 9 10 11 12 midnight 7.25pm, the hit list: Rochelle and Marvin Humes 7.25 The Hit List Celebrity Special With Chris Packham, his stepdaughter Megan McCubbin, comedian Russell Kane, Drag Race UK winner Lawrence Chaney, presenter Nihal Arthanayake and TV personality Scarlett Moffatt. 8.10 Pointless Celebrities Alexander Armstrong and Richard Osman present an Olympics and Paralympics version of the quiz, with contestants including Jazz Carlin, Alice Tai and James Cracknell taking part. 9.00 BBC Proms 2021: Last Night of the Proms Katie Derham hosts continued live coverage from the Royal Albert Hall, at the climax of the Last Night of the Proms. Including music by Florence Price as well as the traditional favourites. Katie is also joined by special guests Gareth Malone and Maggie Aderin-Pocock. 10.20 BBC News; Weather 10.40 Match of the Day Gary Lineker presents highlights of the latest Premier League matches, including Chelsea v Aston Villa at Stamford Bridge, Manchester United v Newcastle United at Old Trafford and Leicester City v Manchester City at King Power Stadium. The Blues and Red Devils will both be looking to challenge for the title this season following significant investment in the summer. With analysis by Alan Shearer and Ian Wright. 12.10am Tonight with Target. The host chats with Big Zuu, Lady Leshurr and Yinka Bokkini. 1.00 The NFL Show. Highlights of the opening match of the season. 1.30 Weather for the Week Ahead 1.35-6.00am BBC News 7pm, cricket: today at the test: Isa Guha 7.00 Cricket: Today at the Test England v India. Isa Guha presents action from day two of the series-concluding Fifth Test, held at Old Trafford. 7.45 BBC Proms 2021: Last Night of the Proms Katie Derham presents live coverage from the Royal Albert Hall of the opening part of the climax of the classical music festival. The programme includes Malcolm Arnold’s Variations on a theme of Ruth Gipps and pieces by Ravel, Piazzolla and Wagner. Continues on BBC One. 9.00 Amy Winehouse: A Life in Ten Pictures A journey through the singer’s life in 10 defining photos, from famous shots to private snaps, with the stories behind them revealed by those who knew her best, including her parents. 10.00 Amy Winehouse in Her Own Words A profile of the singer-songwriter. (R) 10.25 FILM Maria by Callas (2017, 12) The life of Maria Callas is explored based on the words and thoughts of the late soprano herself. Tom Volf’s documentary, which took four years of painstaking research to assemble, bases its appraisal on the diva’s television interviews, from the entries in her diaries and from the letters she sent to her friends. ★★★★ 12.20am FILM Britt-Marie Was Here (2019, 12) A 63-year-old woman rediscovers her purpose in life by becoming the coach of a kids’ football team. Comedy drama, starring Pernilla August, Vera Vitali and Peter Haber. In Swedish and German. ★★★ 1.50-6.30am This Is BBC Two 7.30pm, the cube: Phillip Schofield 7.30 The Cube Grandfather and granddaughter Rob and Chloe try to complete a series of increasingly difficult challenges, ranging from agility tests to skill trials, hoping to win a jackpot of £250,000. Hosted by Phillip Schofield. 8.30 NEW Beat the Chasers The return of the quiz, in which contestants take on a team consisting of Paul Sinha, Mark Labbett, Anne Hegerty, Shaun Wallace, Darragh Ennis and Jenny Ryan hoping to win big money. Bradley Walsh hosts. 9.35 NEW Paul O’Grady’s Saturday Night Line Up Comedy chat and gameshow in which Paul puts questions, scenarios and dilemmas to celebrity guests, who must arrange themselves correctly to match the order the British public have put them in. In the first edition he is joined by Jack Dee, Joanna Page, Rob Rinder and Mica Paris. 10.20 ITV News; Weather A round-up of the day’s stories. 10.35 FILM Gladiator (2000, 15) A Roman general is forced to fight as a gladiator and uses his position to seek revenge for the murder of his family. Oscar-winning period epic, directed by Ridley Scott, starring Russell Crowe, Joaquin Phoenix, Derek Jacobi and Oliver Reed, in his last film role. ★★★★★ 1.20am Home Shopping 3.00 FYI Extra 3.15 Britain’s Brightest Celebrity Family. Two returning families compete in the first semi-final of the knockout tournament, bringing them one step closer to the chance to win £25,000 for their chosen charity. (R) 3.40-6.00am ITV Nightscreen. Information service. 8pm, treasures of the world: Bettany Hughes 6.30 Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix Qualifying Highlights Steve Jones, David Coulthard and Lee McKenzie present action from the battle for pole position at the 14th round of the campaign from Autodromo Nazionale Monza. 8.00 Bettany Hughes’ Treasures of the World The historian explores Gibraltar, encountering the world’s first evidence of Neanderthal art, and handles the first report of Admiral Nelson’s death in the Gibraltar Chronicle. 9.00 FILM Deadpool (2016, 15) A fast-talking former mercenary develops terminal cancer, and agrees to be the subject in a shady experiment in the hope of a cure. The procedure leaves him horribly disfigured, but also possessing superhuman abilities which he immediately puts to use in a quest for revenge on the man responsible for his hideous appearance. Superhero comedy adventure, starring Ryan Reynolds and Morena Baccarin. ★★★★ 11.05 FILM Mortal Engines (2018, 12) Premiere. In a postapocalyptic world where cities consume each other to survive, two people meet in London and try to stop a conspiracy. Fantasy adventure, starring Hera Hilmar. ★★★★ 1.20am Street League Skateboarding. The opening round of the season from Salt Lake City, where a number of Olympic stars will in action. 2.20 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA. A restaurant in Carlstadt, New Jersey. (R) 3.10 The Simpsons (R) 3.35- 6.00am Hollyoaks Omnibus (R) 8pm, playgrounds of the rich and famous 5.15 FILM The Da Vinci Code (2006, 12) An academic falsely accused of murder uncovers a conspiracy to conceal an ancient secret. Thriller based on Dan Brown’s novel, starring Tom Hanks, Audrey Tautou and Ian McKellen. ★★★★ 8.00 Playgrounds of the Rich and Famous A look at the Caribbean island of Saint Barthelemy, discovered in 1946, and is now a favourite hideaway for Paul McCartney, Beyonce, Pippa Middleton and Roman Abramovich. 9.00 Fergie & Meghan: Inconvenient Royals Documentary exploring the parallels between Sarah, Duchess of York and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex. The film asks what the future holds for them both, and what lessons Meghan can learn from Fergie’s experiences. 10.00 When TV Stars Go Horribly Wrong Richard Bacon narrates a compilation of disasters befalling TV presenters, featuring mishaps involving Phillip Schofield, Anne Diamond, Denis Tuohy, Ross King, Charlotte Crosby and Stephen Bear, as well as other presenters from around the world. The show looks back at technical problems on the opening night of BBC Two and some unexpected nudity on daytime TV. (R) 12.50am Wonderful World of Chocolate. Documentary. (R) 1.15 The 21.co.uk Live Casino Show 3.15 Good Dog, Bad Dog: Inside the World of Doggy Day Care (R) 4.00 Casualty 24/7: Every Second Counts (R) 4.50 Wildlife SOS (R) 5.15 Nick’s Quest (R) 5.40-6.00am Milkshake!

Freeview 6 ITV2 6.00am Totally Bonkers Guinness World Records 6.15 Love Bites 9.15 Dress to Impress 11.15 Australian Ninja Warrior 12.55pm You’ve Been Framed! Gold 2.00 FILM Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked (2011, U) Comedy sequel, starring Jason Lee. ★★ 3.45 FILM Dr Seuss’ The Lorax (2012, U) Animated fantasy, with the voice of Danny DeVito. ★★★ 5.30 FILM Gulliver’s Travels (2010, PG) Fantasy comedy, with Jack Black. ★★ 7.15 FILM Liar Liar (1997, 12) Comedy, with Jim Carrey and Maura Tierney. ★★★★ 9.00 NEW Ready to Mingle: No Filter Katherine Ryan presents previously unseen moments from the first week. 10.00 Family Guy Triple bill of fun. 11.25 American Dad! Double bill. 12.25am The Stand Up Sketch Show 1.25 Don’t Hate the Playaz 2.20 CelebAbility 3.00 Totally Bonkers Guinness World Records 3.25 ITV2 Nightscreen 3.30-6.00am Teleshopping Freeview 19 Dave 6.00am Teleshopping 7.10 Modern Wheels or Classic Steals 8.00 Rick Stein’s Long Weekends 9.00 Rick Stein: From Venice to Istanbul 10.00 American Pickers 12.00noon Top Gear 1.00 Red Bull Soapbox Race 2.00 Top Gear 3.00 Border Force: America’s Gatekeepers. Documentary. 4.00 Scrapyard Supercar 6.00 Would I Lie to You? Triple bill. 8.00 Not Going Out Triple bill. Lee and Lucy ponder whether to have another child; Geoffrey reluctantly allows Lee to help clean up his new kitchen extension; Lucy arranges a special surprise for Lee. 10.00 QI XL With panellists Sue Perkins, Romesh Ranganathan and Bill Bailey. 11.00 Hypothetical Josh Widdicombe and James Acaster pose Hypothetical scenarios to Jo Brand, Ellie Taylor, Phil Wang and Jessica Fostekew. 12.00m’t Live at the Apollo. Stand-up. 1.00 Room 101 1.40 QI XL 2.35 Insert Name Here 4.00-6.00am Teleshopping E4 6.00am Supernanny USA 6.55 Lego Masters Australia 8.15 Wipeout USA 9.15 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA 10.15 Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back 11.15 Young Sheldon 1.10pm The Big Bang Theory 2.45 FILM Puss in Boots (2011, U) The swashbuckling feline goes on a quest for a magical golden goose. Animated comedy spin-off from the Shrek movies, with the voices of Antonio Banderas and Salma Hayek. ★★★★ 4.35 The Big Bang Theory 6.00 The Big Bang Theory Six episodes. 9.00 Celebrity Gogglebox A rolling cast of famous faces share their thoughts on shows including Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? and Naked and Afraid. 10.00 Gogglebox Double bill of reviews. 12.05am Gogglebox 1.10 First Dates 2.15 World’s Greatest Weddings 3.10 Supernanny USA 4.00 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA 4.50-6.00am Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back BBC Scotland 7.00pm The Seven 7.15 The Edit. Entertainment news. 7.30 Sportscene Saturday. Jonathan Sutherland presents highlights from the latest Scottish Premiership matches, including Rangers v St Johnstone and Motherwell v Aberdeen. 9.00 Best of Chewin’ the Fat. Highlights of the comedy series. 9.30 Scot Squad. The team is joined by new recruits Megan Squire and Andrea McGill. 10.00pm- 12.00m’t TRNSMT. Edith Bowman presents highlights from Scotland’s biggest music festival. SCOTLAND As BBC1 except: 4.00-5.15pm Sportscene Results 5.25-5.30 Reporting Scotland; Weather 12.10am Sportscene Saturday 1.40 Tonight with Target 2.30 The NFL Show 3.05-6.00am BBC News WALES As BBC1 except: 5.25-5.30pm BBC Wales Today. The latest headlines; Weather STV As ITV except: 1.30-4.00pm LIVE STV Racing: From Doncaster 6.15-6.30 STV News 1.20-3.00am ITV Nightscreen 3.40-6.00am ITV Nightscreen. Text-based information service. ITV WALES As ITV except: 6.15-6.30pm ITV News Cymru Wales. The latest headline stories. Freeview 20 Drama 6.00am Teleshopping 7.10 Lovejoy. Four episodes. 11.00 Sharpe 1.00pm One Foot in the Grave 3.00 Rosemary & Thyme 6.00 The Brokenwood Mysteries Mike and his team explore the world of antiquities when one of the hosts of a hit series is found murdered. 8.00 Hetty Wainthropp Investigates The sleuthing housewife investigates a spiritualist who appears to be blackmailing her customers. 9.00 Silent Witness Nikki investigates a plane crash in which a former US ambassador is killed, and evidence begins to emerge that the aircraft was deliberately sabotaged. 11.20 Ashes to Ashes After a girl is injured by animal rights activists, a campaigner is interviewed in jail, and Alex is unnerved when she realises the prisoner may know about her own situation. 12.40am Ashes to Ashes 2.00 Silent Witness 4.00-6.00am Teleshopping Freeview 13 Freeview 18 More4 Variations Freeview 27 ITVBe 7.00am Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders 8.50 Be Beautiful 9.00 LittleBe 12.00noon Masters of Flip 1.00 The Real Housewives of Atlanta 2.00 Celebrity Dinner Date 3.00 Ferne McCann: First Time Mum 4.00 The Real Housewives of Cheshire 6.00 The Real Housewives of Cheshire Double bill. Ester decides to spend more time in Spain with her partner; Hanna reels from her row with Lystra at Nick and Royston’s dinner party. 8.00 Dinner Date Rob from Essex chooses three blind dates from a selection of five potential partners. 9.00 Botched The boss of Northern Kentucky wants to downsize her $1million breasts, and surgeon Paul Nassif helps a woman fix her nose. 10.00 Ibiza Weekender Double bill. David books the hotel’s first ever hen party; El Jefe plans to get tough on the team. 12.00m’t The Real Housewives of Atlanta 1.00-7.00am Teleshopping 8.55am Food Unwrapped 9.30 A Place in the Sun 12.35pm Location, Location, Location: 20 Years and Counting 1.40 Come Dine with Me. Five episodes. 4.15 Four in a Bed. Four episodes. 6.25 Four in a Bed The B&B owners meet to find out what they have been paid. 7.00 Great Canal Journeys Sheila Hancock and Gyles Brandreth journey the Grand Union and Stratford Canal. 8.00 Guy Martin’s Battle of Britain Part one of two. The presenter experiences the training of a Second World War fighter pilot. In the first part, he learns how to fly in a Tiger Moth bi-plane. 9.00 9/11: 102 Minutes That Changed America Footage of the attacks on the World Trade Centre in 2001. 11.40 24 Hours in A&E Doctors try to save a baby who stopped breathing at home. 12.45am 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown 1.50 Father Ted 2.55-3.55am 24 Hours in A&E. A baby who stopped breathing. S4C 6.00am Cyw 8.00 Stwnsh Sadwrn 10.00 Trysorau’r Teulu 11.00 Natur a Ni 11.30 Dau Gi Bach 12.00noon Ffermio 12.30pm Bwrdd i Dri 1.00 Pysgod i Bawb 1.30 Cefn Gwlad 2.30 Y Stiwdio Grefftau 3.30 Goreuon Priodas Pum Mil. A look back over the second series of Priodas Pum Mil. 4.30 Dan Do. Aled Samuel and Mandy Watkins visit a modern house in Bangor, an art gallery doubling as a home and a transformed former council house. 5.00 Teulu Ty Crwn 6.20 Hewlfa Drysor. The treasure hunt challenge comes to Chwilog. 7.15 Newyddion a Chwaraeon 7.30 Bwrdd i Dri. With Ifan Pritchard, Mandy Watkins and Aled Huws. 8.00 Eisteddfod AmGen: Cwt Cerdd. Huw Foulkes looks at the classical scene with Rhian Williams, Leah Marian Jones, Beti George, Trystan Llyr, Steffan Lloyd Owen, Mari Wyn Williams and Rhiannon Pritchard. 9.00 9/11: Diwrnod Wnaeth Newid Fy Mwmyd. A passionate and emotional documentary with some of those who were in New York on the day of the attack on the World Trade Centre. 10.00 Sgwrs Dan y Lloer. Elin Fflur chats to Kristoffer Hughes. 10.30- 11.35pm Noson Lawen 2021. Catrin Angharad presents performances by Anglesey artists. Picks of the day Beat The Chasers 8.30pm, ITV Contestants take on all six Chasers: Paul “The Sinnerman” Sinha, Jenny “The Vixen” Ryan, Anne “The Governess” Hegerty, Shaun “The Dark Destroyer” Wallace, Mark “The Beast” Labbett, and Darragh “The Menace” Ennis. Those brainboxes who answer all five multiple-choice, cash-builder questions correctly will then receive a “super offer” to take on the full line-up. Amy Winehouse: A Life In Ten Pictures 9pm, BBC Two With news that a biopic based on Daphne Barak’s book Saving Amy is about to be filmed, this week’s subject is Amy Winehouse. Among the images featured are a family picture of the soulful singer with her grandmother Cynthia in Cyprus in 1997, a shot of Amy relaxing in New York in 2003, and one of her on stage in Birmingham in 2007. BBC4 Freeview 9 7.00pm Treasures of Ancient Egypt Revealing how the decline of the Egyptian Empire ran parallel with a creative revival, looking at statues made of Ramses II. Last in series. 8.00 Brazil with Michael Palin The traveller explores the South American country, beginning in the north-east – where he meets cowboys, tries drumming and has his fortune read. 9.00 The Hunt for a Killer Pelle is convinced there is a connection between two murders. In Swedish. 9.45 The Hunt for a Killer Akesson returns to work, determined to fulfil his promise to Helen’s mother. 10.30 Scandalous! The Tabloid that Changed America – Storyville How the National Enquirer became the most infamous tabloid in America. 12.05am Treasures of Ancient Egypt 1.05 Brazil with Michael Palin 2.05- 3.05am Mississippi: Great Rivers BBC Proms 2021: Last Night Of The Proms 7.45pm, BBC Two, & 9pm, BBC One Australian tenor Stuart Skelton is joined by Latvian accordionist Ksenija Sidorova and the BBC Symphony Orchestra conducted by Sakari Oramo for the climax of the 2021 festival at the Royal Albert Hall. As well as the première of Gity Razaz’s Mother, there are also patriotic favourites Land Of Hope And Glory and Jerusalem. 5 USA 6.00am TJC 9.00 Murder, She Wrote 6.00pm Murder, She Wrote Four episodes. Jessica investigates the world of high finance when her stockbroker is killed; Jessica investigates a murder in the property business; the suspects of a 25- year-old murder case are reunited as Jessica tries to put an end to the mystery; one of Jessica’s former students solves a murder. 10.00 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Triple bill. A fashion photographer tries to avoid facing justice after raping a model; a contestant on a reality dating show claims to have been raped; the hunt for a missing teenage girl takes an emotional toll on Sgt Dodds. 12.55am Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 1.55 Gone 3.35 Criminals: Caught on Camera. The use of CCTV. 4.00-6.00am Teleshopping Saturday 11 But, as usual, if they get one of Bradley Walsh’s questions wrong, their clock counts down until a question is answered correctly. The first to run out of time – whether it is one of the contestants or the Chase team – loses the game. So will any of tonight’s contenders emulate Nigel Painter, who pocketed a whopping £100,000 back in May after defeating five of the Chasers? FILM CHOICE The Dukes Of Hazzard 7pm, Comedy Central Good ole boys Luke (Johnny Knoxville) and Bo (Seann William Scott) climb inside their Dodge Charger as they attempt to foil a plot to steal their uncle’s moonshine-making farm. Burt Reynolds adds a dollop of fun as nefarious town commissioner Boss Hogg, while Jessica Simpson gets to pout a lot as their scantily clad cousin Daisy. Freeview 21 Sky Arts F’view 11 6.00am Royal Ballet: Tchaikovsky – Sleeping Beauty 8.30 Tales of the Unexpected. Five episodes. 11.00 Discovering: Tom Hanks 12.00noon Discovering: Denzel Washington 1.00 Discovering: Whoopi Goldberg 2.00 Emerson, Lake & Palmer: Live at the Isle of Wight 3.30 Pink Floyd: PULSE – The Dark Side of the Moon Live 4.45 Classic Artists: Yes 7.00 I Am Johnny Cash A celebration of the country singer-songwriter. 9.00 Johnny Cash – Behind Prison Walls A concert from 1977. 10.00 Willie Nelson & Friends: Outlaws & Angels Featuring Bob Dylan, Carole King and Al Green. 12.00m’t Roy Orbison: Austin City Limits 1.15 Discovering: Roy Orbison 1.45 Bradley Wiggins on Mods 2.45 Icon: Music Through the Lens 4.00 The Great Songwriters 5.00-6.00am Sinatra and Friends

film ratings ★★★★★ Brilliant ★★★★ Very Good ★★★ Good ★★ Average ★ Bad (R) Repeat BBC One BBC Two ITV Channel 4 Channel 5 6.00am Breakfast News headlines. 7.00 Match of the Day (R) 8.30 Politics England Regional political news and debate. 9.00 The Andrew Marr Show 10.00 LIVE Great North Run Coverage of the world’s biggest half-marathon, from Newcastle upon Tyne to South Shields. 1.30pm BBC News; Weather 1.45 Songs of Praise 2.20 Points of View 2.35 Bargain Hunt From Southwell Racecourse. (R) 3.10 FILM Brave (2012, PG) A princess uses magic to avoid an arranged marriage, but the spell has disastrous repercussions. Animated fantasy, featuring the voice of Kelly Macdonald. ★★★★ 4.35 Serengeti II Old enemies cause trouble for the lions and baboons. 5.35 BBC News Headlines. 5.50 Regional News; Weather 6.00 RHS Chelsea Flower Show A preview of the famous horticultural event. 6.30am Gardeners’ World (R) 7.30 Countryfile Compilation. (R) 8.30 Beechgrove How to force hyacinths for Christmas. 9.00 LIVE Great North Run Coverage of the world’s biggest half-marathon, from Newcastle upon Tyne to South Shields. 10.00 Saturday Kitchen Best Bites Highlights show. 11.30 Hairy Bikers’ Best of British Mediterranean recipes. (R) 12.15pm LIVE Women’s Football Chelsea v Everton (kick-off 12.30pm). Coverage of the Women’s Super League match at Kingsmeadow. 2.35 FILM Operation Crossbow (1965, PG) Three engineers parachute into occupied Holland to destroy a missile base – but there is a traitor in their midst. War adventure, with George Peppard. ★★★ 4.25 Flog It! From Gloucester. (R) 5.00 Great North Run Highlights 6.00 Golf: PGA Championship The key fourth-round action from Wentworth. 6.00am CITV Children’s fun. 8.30 Martin & Roman’s Weekend Best! With guests Alex Horne, Danny O’Donoghue and Susan Cookson. 9.25 ITV News Headlines. 9.30 Wonders of Scotland with David Hayman The actor explores the history and culture of his native land. (R) 10.00 Love Your Weekend with Alan Titchmarsh With Omid Djalili and Robert Peston. 11.55 All Around Britain 12.55pm Cornwall and Devon Walks with Julia Bradbury (R) 1.25 ITV News; Weather 1.35 FILM On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969, PG) Spy adventure, starring George Lazenby, Telly Savalas and Diana Rigg. ★★★ 4.20 FILM Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 (2011, 12) Conclusion of the fantasy saga, starring Daniel Radcliffe, Ralph Fiennes and Emma Watson. ★★★★★ 6.35 ITV News; Weather 6.50 Regional News; Weather 6.00am Everybody Loves Raymond six episodes. (R) 8.30 The Simpsons Double bill. (R) 9.30 Sunday Brunch With Bob Mortimer, Kara Tointon, Manic Street Preachers and Ray BLK. 12.30pm The Simpsons Homer is hypnotised into thinking he is a 10-year-old boy. (R) 12.55 The Simpsons Marge joins an online taxi service. (R) 1.20 The Simpsons Moe falls in love with a princess. (R) 1.50 FILM The Karate Kid Part II (1986, PG) The high-kicking teenager accompanies his wise mentor on a journey to Okinawa, where an old enemy awaits them. Martial arts sequel, starring Ralph Macchio, Pat Morita and Yuji Okumoto. ★★ 4.00 The Supervet: Noel Fitzpatrick Noel treats a nine-month-old cockapoo. (R) 5.00 The Dog House A large Newfoundland makes a favourable first impression on one family. (R) 6.00 Channel 4 News Headlines. 6.00am Milkshake! Children’s TV. 9.55 SpongeBob SquarePants (R) 10.25 Entertainment News on 5 Showbiz news and gossip. 10.30 NEW NFL End Zone Action from the latest matches. 10.55 Cruising with Jane McDonald A voyage from the Caribbean to Puerto Rico. (R) 11.10 Friends Double bill. (R) 12.05pm Friends Rachel quits her waitressing job. (R) 12.35 Friends Chandler falls for one of Joey’s sisters. (R) 1.05 Dream Kitchens & Bathrooms with Mark Millar Creating a minimalist kitchen for £5,000 in London. (R) 2.05 Dream Kitchens & Bathrooms with Mark Millar Creating a new Shaker kitchen at a house in Stockport. (R) 3.00 FILM Dances with Wolves (1990, 12) A soldier alone at a remote outpost is adopted into a Sioux tribe during the American Civil War. Western, directed by and starring Kevin Costner. ★★★★★ 6.25 5 News Weekend Headlines. 7 8 9 10 11 12 midnight 4.35pm, serengeti II 7.00 Countryfile Charlotte Smith is in Co Down to catch up with the dairy farming Lilburn family after Matt Baker and Anita Rani’s visit in June, with rain threatening Richard’s plans for harvesting the pea crop. 8.00 NEW Antiques Roadshow Fiona Bruce presents the show from Ham House in the London borough of Richmond-upon-Thames, where an 18th-century robe could be an important piece of Chinese history. 9.00 Vigil Amy confronts one of the crew with her discoveries about their deception, but with her mental health suffering, questions are asked about her fitness to investigate. Crime drama starring Suranne Jones and Shaun Evans. 10.00 BBC News Headlines. 10.20 Regional News; Weather 10.30 Match of the Day 2 Leeds United v Liverpool. Mark Chapman presents action from the Premier League clash at Elland Road. Plus, a round-up of yesterday’s goals. 11.15 The Women’s Football Show Highlights of the weekend’s games, including Chelsea v Everton, Reading v Arsenal and Manchester City v Tottenham Hotspur. 11.50 FILM Z for Zachariah (2015, 12) A woman who thinks she is the sole survivor of a nuclear apocalypse finds her life changed by two new arrivals. Sci-fi drama, starring Margot Robbie, Chiwetel Ejiofor and Chris Pine. ★★★ 1.20am Weather for the Week Ahead 1.25-6.00am BBC News 8pm, gone fishing: Bob Mortimer and Paul Whitehouse 7.00 Cricket: Today at the Test England v India. Isa Guha presents action from day three of the series-concluding fifth Test, held at Old Trafford. The sides last met here in 2014, when England prevailed by an innings and 54 runs. 8.00 Mortimer & Whitehouse: Gone Fishing Bob Mortimer and Paul Whitehouse head to the Lake District. 8.30 Chris and Meg’s Wild Summer Chris Packham and Megan McCubbin explore the Lake District. 9.00 Life Drawing Live! In a groundbreaking TV event broadcast across BBC Two and BBC Four, Joe Lycett hosts the biggest ever live life drawing masterclass from English Heritage’s Wrest Park in Bedfordshire. Among the events on offer, experts Daphne Todd and Lachlan Goudie will guide celebrity amateur artists, including comic Johnny Vegas, singer Kimberly Wyatt and footballer David James through a series of poses inspired by classical works of art. 11.00 FILM Sorry to Bother You (2018, 15) Premiere. In an alternate version of presentday Oakland, California, impoverished African- American telemarketer Cassius Green finds his career taking a sinister turn after he has success using his ‘white voice’. Boots Riley’s comedy, starring Lakeith Stanfield, Tessa Thompson and Danny Glover. ★★★★ 12.45am Sign Zone: Surviving 9/11 (R) 2.15 Sign Zone: Holby City (R) 2.55-6.30am This Is BBC Two 7pm, Family Fortunes: Gino D’Acampo 7.00 NEW Family Fortunes Gino D’Acampo returns with the long-running gameshow, with the Jones family from Liverpool going up against the Bakers of Nottingham for a chance to win the £30,000 jackpot prize. 8.00 NEW Endeavour It’s the start of 1971 – though wearied from the events of the past year, there’s no chance of ‘light duties’ at the CID. Crestfallen, Endeavour finds himself right back in the thick of it when an explosive murder at an Oxford college has potentially far-reaching political ramifications. Meanwhile, the IRA have made a threat against the life of the Oxford Wanderers’ star striker, and Endeavour is tasked with the duty of acting bodyguard. 10.00 ITV News; Weather 10.15 Surviving Squalor: Britain’s Housing Shame Daniel Hewitt reports on shocking conditions being endured by some people living in social housing – homes owned and run by local councils. 11.10 Stephen DCI Driscoll tries to win the trust of the Lawrence family and key witnesses, while after a forensic breakthrough, the team needs to prove the integrity of the evidence before they can make arrests. (R) 12.05am All Around Britain. Ria Hebden and Alex Beresford visit the home of British motor racing – Silverstone. (R) 12.55 Home Shopping 3.00 FYI Extra 3.15 Motorsport UK. Action from Brands Hatch. (R) 4.05 ITV Nightscreen 5.05-6.00am Tipping Point. Quiz, with Ben Shephard. (R) 9pm, Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins 6.30 Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix Highlights Steve Jones, David Coulthard and Lee McKenzie present highlights of this afternoon’s Italian Grand Prix as F1 returned to Monza. One of the oldest tracks on the F1 calendar was once again dressed in red as it welcomed the world famous tifosi. Could Lewis Hamilton claim victory here and become the most successful driver at this venue or did Ferrari pull something together to secure a win in front of their home crowd? 9.00 Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins The remaining celebrities are put into pairs for 48 hours of trust exercises, beginning by rappelling down a 100-foot rock face, relying on their partner to break their fall, before running three kilometres. 10.00 Tokyo 2020 Paralympics Homecoming Event Adam Hills, Alex Brooker and Josh Widdicombe host a special celebration for the UK’s Paralympics team, with music, dance performances, and interviews with the athletes. 11.55 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA Gordon Ramsay tries to change the fortunes of a failing Italian restaurant in Boston run by two brothers, one of whom has embezzled money to fund a drug addiction. (R) 12.50am Undercover Boss USA. A CEO at Taco Bueno. (R) 1.35 FILM Slender Man (2018, 15) Horror thriller, starring Joey King. ★★★ 3.10 Autumn at Jimmy’s Farm (R) 4.05 Couples Come Dine with Me (R) 5.00 Location, Location, Location (R) 5.50-6.00am Jamie’s Comfort Food (R) 9pm, Rich House, Poor House: Ampika and Kim 6.30 Britain’s Favourite Pudding A host of famous faces delve, deliberate and devour their way through the country’s top 20 desserts. There is also a visit to Derbyshire as the Bakewell Tart takes on a local rival. 8.00 NEW Million Pound Motorhomes A look at the world’s most impressive mobile residences, including the £1.5m Newell luxury motorhome, previously owned by ex-Formula One champion Jenson Button. 9.00 Rich House, Poor House Organic farmers Kim and Dave and their two children leave their Northumberland home to swap lives and homes with millionaire businesswoman Ampika, who lives just outside Manchester. 10.00 Bargain-Loving Brits in the Sun Middlesbrough man Michael has great ambitions for his new high-end bar, while ex-criminal Rob is struggling to keep his tattoo parlour afloat. (R) 10.55 FILM Homefront (2013, 15) A drug enforcement agent quits his job and relocates to a small town hoping to protect his daughter from the violent world he has to deal with, but is soon drawn into a conflict with a gangster. Crime thriller, starring Jason Statham. ★★ 1.00am MTV VMAs 2021. Coverage of the awards ceremony. 4.00 Secrets of Tutankhamun’s Treasures. Examining the boy king’s reign. (R) 4.50 Wildlife SOS. An animal sanctuary. (R) 5.15 Nick’s Quest (R) 5.40 Milkshake! Monkey’s Amazing Adventures (R) 5.45-6.00am Peppa Pig (R)

Freeview 6 ITV2 6.00am Totally Bonkers Guinness World Records 6.25 Love Bites 8.20 Dress to Impress 11.20 Family Fortunes 12.20pm Catchphrase for Soccer Aid 1.25 You’ve Been Framed! Gold 2.55 FILM Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride (2005, PG) Stop-motion animated fantasy, with the voice of Johnny Depp. ★★★★ 4.35 Minions and Monsters 4.45 FILM Despicable Me (2010, U) Animation, with the voice of Steve Carell. ★★★★ 6.35 FILM Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald (2018, 12) Newt Scamander tries to scupper a sorcerer’s plans of raising pure-blood wizards to rule over all non-magical beings. Fantasy adventure, with Eddie Redmayne. ★★★★ 9.15 Family Guy Five episodes. 11.40 American Dad! Animated fun. 12.10am American Dad! 12.40 Plebs 1.40 Iain Stirling’s CelebAbility 2.25 Don’t Hate the Playaz 3.15 ITV2 Nightscreen. Information. 3.30-6.00am Teleshopping Dave E4 Freeview 19 6.00am Teleshopping 7.10 Modern Wheels or Classic Steals 8.00 Rick Stein: From Venice to Istanbul 9.00 Storage Hunters UK 9.30 American Pickers 10.30 Red Bull Soapbox Race 11.30 Secrets of the Supercars 12.30pm Top Gear 3.10 Would I Lie to You? 5.05 Top Gear 6.05 Red Bull Soapbox Race Coverage of the offbeat event as it arrives in Paris. 7.00 Fast Justice The Sentinels are alerted to a possible victim of modern-day slavery. 8.00 Border Force: America’s Gatekeepers Officers discover UPS packages lined with drugs. 9.00 Have I Got a Bit More News for You 10.00 Late Night Mash Up-to-the-minute topical insights and fake news reports. 11.00 Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled With Joel Dommett, Rosie Jones, Sophie Duker and John Kearns. 12.00m’t QI XL 1.00 Have I Got a Bit More News for You 2.00 Room 101 2.45 Insert Name Here 4.00-6.00am Teleshopping 6.00am Hollyoaks Omnibus 9.00 Don’t Tell the Bride 10.00 Married at First Sight UK 2.40pm FILM Independence Day (1996, 12) Sci-fi adventure, with Will Smith and Bill Pullman. ★★★★ 5.25 Wipeout USA 6.20 Lego Masters Australia The teams have eight hours to replicate the DeLorean from Back to the Future, then have 10 hours to recreate a scene from a movie. 8.00 Gogglesprogs Young TV viewers give their take on This Morning, Doctor Who and sing along to The Sound of Music. 9.00 FILM Red (2010, 12) A retired CIA agent survives an assassination attempt, and reunites his old hit squad to find out who wants them dead. Action thriller, starring Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman, John Malkovich and Helen Mirren. ★★★ 11.10 Gogglebox Strictly Come Dancing and Killing Eve are appraised. 12.15am Naked Attraction 1.20 The Big Bang Theory 2.15 Wipeout USA 3.10-6.00am Hollyoaks Omnibus BBC Scotland 10.00-10.35am The Sunday Show 7.00pm The Seven 7.15 Sportscene. Hearts v Hibernian. Extended highlights of the Edinburgh derby at Tynecastle. 8.30 The Great Food Guys. Nick Nairn and Dougie Vipond celebrate the best in Scottish food. 9.00pm- 12.00m’t TRNSMT. Coverage of the final day of the festival from Glasgow Green. SCOTLAND As BBC1 except: 8.30-9.00am Greatest Escapes to the Country 2.35-3.10pm The Sunday Show 5.50-5.55 Reporting Scotland; Weather 10.20-10.25 Reporting Scotland; Weather 11.15 Sportscene. Hearts v Hibernian. 12.15am The Women’s Football Show 12.50 FILM Z for Zachariah (2015, 12)★★★ 2.25-6.00am BBC News WALES As BBC1 except: 8.30-9.00am The Hairy Bikers’ Bakeation 2.35pm Nigel Slater’s Simple Cooking 2.40 FILM Brave (2012, PG)★★★★ 4.05-4.35 Hidden Wales with Will Millard 5.50-5.55 BBC Wales Today; Weather 10.20-10.25pm BBC Wales Today; Weather WALES As BBC2 except: 10.00am Politics Wales 10.30 Saturday Kitchen Best Bites 12.00noon-12.15pm The Best Dishes Ever Freeview 20 Drama 6.00am Teleshopping 7.25 The Bill: four episodes. 11.20 The Brokenwood Mysteries 1.20pm A Place to Call Home 3.20 Catherine Cookson’s The Moth 6.50 Bleak House Lady Dedlock tries to spare Rosa the impending scandal, and Esther urges Guppy to keep his nose out. 8.00 Call the Midwife Mother Mildred returns to Nonnatus while Nurse Crane is in hospital, and provides care for a retired dock worker whose former job has taken its toll on his health. 9.20 Broken Father Michael Kerrigan advises a hard-up parishioner and begins to experience worrying flashbacks of his traumatic childhood. Stars Sean Bean. 10.40 Rebus The Edinburgh detective tries to discover the significance of an intriguing clue left at the scene of an eminent doctor’s murder – a small coffin containing an effigy of a baby. 12.20am Silent Witness 2.40 The Heart Guy 4.00-6.00am Teleshopping Freeview 13 Freeview 18 More4 Variations Freeview 27 ITVBe 7.00am Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders 8.50 Be Beautiful 9.00 LittleBe 12.00noon Best Cake Wins 12.30 The Real Housewives of New York City: five episodes. 4.55 Dinner Date 6.00 Dinner Date Dating series. 7.00 Ferne McCann: First Time Mum A heartbroken Ferne splits with her boyfriend. 8.00 Celebrity Dinner Date The Only Way Is Essex star Chloe Sims takes part. 9.00 NEW The Only Way Is Essex The gang returns with a bang and no shortage of glam, gossip or drama. 10.00 The Real Housewives of Atlanta The ladies clear the air over the Cookie Lady, and Yovanna makes a shock claim. 11.00 Atlanta Plastic A woman whose weight loss has left her with sagging skin. 11.55 Vanderpump Rules Brittany is thrown a princess-themed bridal shower by Stassi, Katie and Lala. 12.50am ITVBe Nightscreen. Information service. 1.00-7.00am Teleshopping 8.55am Food Unwrapped 9.30 George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces 10.25 Ugly House to Lovely House with George Clarke 11.30 George Clarke’s Old House, New Home 12.35pm Four in a Bed 3.15 Find It, Fix It, Flog It 5.20 Four in a Bed 6.20 Four in a Bed Triple bill. 8.00 Guy Martin’s Battle of Britain Part two of two. Guy’s training ramps up at the UK’s only aerial combat school. 9.00 999: On the Front Line Paramedics rush to the scene to help a 15-year-old girl trapped in the back of a crashed car. 10.00 24 Hours in A&E A 74-year-old man is brought into the A&E department after suffering a suspected stroke. 11.05 Emergency Helicopter Medics A tumble on an obstacle course leaves fun-runner Vijitha with a painful open fracture. Documentary series. 12.05am 999: On the Front Line 1.15 24 Hours in A&E 2.20 Emergency Helicopter Medics 3.25-3.55am Father Ted STV As ITV except: 6.50-7.00pm STV News. Headlines. 12.55-3.00am ITV Nightscreen ITV WALES As ITV except: 6.50-7.00pm ITV News Cymru Wales. Headline stories. S4C 6.00am Cyw 8.50 Penblwyddi Cyw 9.00 Llwybrau’r Eirth 10.00 Ffit Cymru 11.00 Heno Aur 11.30 Mamwlad Gyda Ffion Hague 12.00noon Yr Wythnos 12.30pm Dan Do 1.00 Rygbi Pawb 1.45 Dudley 2.15 Dudley 2.45 Straeon Tafarn 3.15 Teithiau Tramor Iolo 3.45 Eisteddfod AmGen: Cwt Cerdd 4.45 Triathlon Cymru 5.10 Stori Jimmy Murphy 6.10 Ffermio. Agricultural issues. 6.40 Pobol y Cwm Omnibws. Extended edition of the soap. 7.43 Chwedloni: Grav. Memories of Ray Gravell. 7.45 Newyddion a Chwaraeon 8.00 NEW Dechrau Canu Dechrau Canmol. New series. A tribute to rugby legend Ray Gravell, who would have turned 70 this year. 9.00 Grav. Owen Thomas’ one-man show, starring Gareth Bale as the rugby legend. 10.20 Bwyd Epic Chris. Chris cooks steak tartare for his friend. Plus, a recipe for fermented shrimp tostada. 10.30-11.35pm Cynefin. Heledd Cynwal, Iestyn Jones and Sion Tomos Owen discover the Gwendraeth Valley. Picks of the day Endeavour 8pm, ITV It’s been a long wait, but fans can finally rejoice as DC Morse (Shaun Evans) and DI Thursday (Roger Allam) return to our screens. But viewers may not have a smile on their faces for long when they see how Endeavour is struggling since his Italian love interest, Violetta, died in his arms. Her death has clearly taken its toll, and the haunted detective has developed a serious Scotch addiction. Britain’s Favourite Pudding 6.30pm, Channel 5 Do you prefer an apple crumble to a bread and butter pudding? Or are you more of a carrot cake person, or a Victoria sponge lover? Here, a host of famous faces delve, deliberate and devour their way through the country’s top 20 desserts, as voted for by the public. Plus, there is a look at the dreaded school dinner that might actually poison you. BBC4 Freeview 9 7.00pm Boulez at the BBC A look at composer Pierre Boulez’s work. 7.30 Ego: The Strange and Wonderful World of Self-Portraits Art critic Laura Cumming explores more than five centuries of selfportraits, including works by Rembrandt, Van Gogh and Warhol. 9.00 Life Drawing Live! 2021: Pose Cam Josie d’Arby and expert Nicky Philipps introduce an uninterrupted view of the poses featured in BBC2’s Life Drawing Live!, allowing viewers to draw alongside the celebrity artists. 11.00 Arena: Cindy Sherman £untitled A profile of Cindy Sherman, one of the world’s leading contemporary artists. 12.00m’t Botticelli’s Venus: Making of an Icon 12.30 Art on the BBC: The Story of the Nude 1.30 Boulez at the BBC 2.00-3.30am Ego: Strange and Wonderful World of Self-Portraits Vigil 9pm, BBC One The stint aboard the sub is clearly taking its toll on Amy’s mental health. And as she confronts a member of the crew about their apparent deception, questions are raised about her fitness and capability to investigate such a serious crime. Meanwhile, back on land, Kirsten is concerned that the authorities are orchestrating a cover-up and refuses to cave in. 5 USA 6.00am TJC 9.00 Criminals: Caught on Camera 9.30 FILM Columbo: Lovely but Lethal (1973, PG) Detective drama. ★★★ 11.00 FILM Columbo: Old Fashioned Murder (1976, PG) Crime drama. ★★★ 12.35pm FILM Columbo: A Bird in the Hand (1992, PG) Crime drama. ★★★ 2.30 FILM Columbo: Short Fuse (1972, PG) Detective drama. ★★★ 3.55 FILM Columbo: Mind Over Mayhem (1974, PG) Detective drama. ★★★ 5.30 FILM Columbo: Ransom for a Dead Man (1971, PG) Detective drama. ★★★ 7.30 FILM Columbo: The Greenhouse Jungle (1972, PG) ★★ 9.00 FILM Columbo: Murder with Too Many Notes (2000, PG) ★★ 10.50 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Triple bill of the crime drama. 1.50am Law & Order: Criminal Intent 3.35 Criminals: Caught on Camera 4.00-6.00am Teleshopping Sunday 12 It’s the start of 1971, and despite his problems, Endeavour finds himself back in the thick of his police work when an explosive murder at an Oxford college has potentially far-reaching political ramifications. Meanwhile, the IRA has made a threat against the life of the Oxford Wanderers’ star striker and Morse is tasked with the duty of acting as his bodyguard. FILM CHOICE Brave 3.10pm, BBC One Pixar’s Oscar-winning animation tells the tale of red-haired, free-spirited Scottish princess Merida (voiced by Kelly Macdonald) who, after learning that her mother (Emma Thompson) is planning to marry her off, does a runner. After winding up in a forest, she foolishly begs a witch for a spell to change her mother’s mind, but sets off a chaotic chain of events. Freeview 21 Sky Arts F’view 11 6.00am Carmen on Sydney Harbour 8.30 Tales of the Unexpected: five episodes. 11.00 Discovering: Jodie Foster 12.00noon Discovering: Peter Ustinov 1.00 Van Gogh & Japan 2.00 Landmark 3.00 Beatles Stories 4.50 The Shadows: The Final Tour 7.45 Genesis: The Last Domino? A behind-the-scenes look at preparations for the band’s tour. 9.00 Phil Collins: Going Back to Detroit The singer explores the roots and legacy of the Motown sound. 10.00 Eric Clapton: Live in California Footage of a 2001 concert from the Staples Centre in Los Angeles. 11.15 Isle of Wight Festival Greatest Hits Double bill. 12.15am Manic Street Preachers: Live at Nynex. From Manchester. 2.10 David Crosby: Remember My Name 4.05 Classic Albums 5.00-6.00am The Great Songwriters

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 Morning Live Magazine. 10.00 Crimewatch Live Appeals. 10.45 Close Calls: On Camera 11.15 Homes Under the Hammer Property auctions. (R) 12.15pm Bargain Hunt From Kings Lynn, Norfolk. 1.00 BBC News at One; Weather 1.30 Regional News; Weather 1.45 Doctors Ruhma examines some of Al’s old antiques. 2.15 Unbeatable Quiz show, hosted by Jason Manford. 3.00 Escape to the Country Steve Brown helps a buyer from the Lake District to find a home in Dumfries & Galloway. 3.45 Garden Rescue Charlie Dimmock and Lee Burkhill pitch rival designs for a sad garden in Stoke-on-Trent. 4.30 Antiques Road Trip James Braxton and Irita Marriott visit Kent in search of antiques. 5.15 Pointless Quiz, hosted by Alexander Armstrong. 6.00 BBC News at Six; Weather 6.30 Regional News; Weather 6.30am Bargain Hunt (R) 7.15 Garden Rescue (R) 8.00 Sign Zone: Jay’s Yorkshire Workshop (R) 9.00 BBC News at 9 Reports. 10.00 BBC News Headlines. 12.15pm Politics Live The latest stories from Westminster. 1.00 Eggheads Quiz show. (R) 1.30 Golf: PGA Championship Eilidh Barbour presents a review of the European Tour’s traditional flagship event at Wentworth’s famous West Course in Surrey. 3.30 The Mating Game – Natural World Special A look at the different methods animals use to attract a mate. (R) 4.15 Who Do You Think You Are? Actor Ian McKellen delves into his family history. (R) 5.15 Flog It! From Basingstoke. (R) 6.00 Richard Osman’s House of Games With Kaye Adams, Mark Chapman, Philip Glenister and Thanyia Moore. 6.30 NEW Take a Hike Five people showcase countryside walks in Devon. 6.00am Good Morning Britain News, current affairs and lifestyle features. 9.00 Lorraine Entertainment, lifestyle and fashion news. 10.00 This Morning 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 Judge Rinder Cameras follow criminal barrister Robert Rinder as he takes on real-life cases in a studio courtroom. 3.00 Tenable Five family and friends from Cheshire attempt to answer questions about top 10 lists, before trying to score a perfect 10 in the final. (R) 3.59 Regional Weather 4.00 Tipping Point Quiz show, 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 6.00am Countdown Word game. (R) 6.40 Cheers Double bill. (R) 7.40 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 the weekday magazine. 2.10 Countdown Pam Ayres appears in Dictionary Corner. 3.00 A Place in the Sun A retired couple search for a new home in Lanzarote. 4.00 The Great House Giveaway Pairs of strangers are given the opportunity to buy a property at auction. (R) 5.00 Four in a Bed From Avalon Guest House in Newquay. 5.30 Come Dine with Me A stylist is the first host for a week of parties in South London. 6.00 The Simpsons Homer wins $1million on the lottery. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks Prince cannot bring himself to tell his mother the truth. (R) 6.00am Milkshake! Children’s TV. 9.15 Jeremy Vine Discussion. 11.15 The Nightmare Neighbour Next Door Documentary. (R) 12.15pm 5 News at Lunchtime 12.20 Traffic Cops Officers target drug dealers. (R) 1.15 Home and Away See 6.00pm for details. (R) 1.45 Neighbours See 5.30pm. 2.15 FILM Deadly Jealousy: The Killer Cousin (2020, PG) After being tricked into a compromising situation, Hanna is blackmailed by her cousin, who has deadly plans for her. Thriller, starring Keara Graves. ★★★ 4.00 Bargain Brits in the Sun Jan Leeming unveils the new name of RAF Gibraltar’s headquarters. (R) 5.00 5 News at 5 Headlines. 5.30 Neighbours Melanie is in the firing line when Rose accuses her of vandalising her car. (R) 6.00 Home and Away Nikau, Mia and Dean find themselves in an emergency situation. (R) 6.30 5 News Tonight Headlines. 7 8 9 10 11 12 midnight 8.30pm, ghosts: Jessica Knappett 7.00 The One Show Jermaine Jenas presents more topical stories and celebrity chat. 7.30 Dirty Secrets of the Cigarette Business: Panorama Richard Bilton presents a report on British American Tobacco. 8.00 EastEnders The locals jump into action when Phil’s house catches on fire, with Tommy, Scarlett and Janine trapped. 8.30 Ghosts The Captain and Kitty need Fanny’s sleuthing skills to get to the bottom of a mystery. Last in the series. 9.00 Silent Witness Part one of two. A swimming instructor is found murdered in her flat, and evidence implicates her exboyfriend. The investigation is the first case for a new recruit to the team, whose eagerness to impress causes friction. 10.00 BBC News at Ten 10.25 Regional News; Weather 10.35 Ladhood Liam gets competitive while recording a video message for Ross’ wedding, seeing it as an opportunity to impress Jess. Stars Liam Williams. 11.00 Ladhood Ross asks Liam not to do anything weird on his wedding day. Last in series. 11.25 Question of Sport With Chris Hoy, Kevin Campbell, Aimee Fuller and Adam Jones. (R) 11.55 The Hit List Celebrity Special With Chris Packham, his stepdaughter Megan McCubbin, comedian Russell Kane, Drag Race UK winner Lawrence Chaney, presenter Nihal Arthanayake and TV personality Scarlett Moffatt. (R) 12.40am Weather for the Week Ahead 12.45-6.00am BBC News 10pm, Alma’s Not Normal: Sophie Willan 7.00 Cricket: Today at the Test England v India. Isa Guha presents action from day four of the series-concluding fifth Test, held at Old Trafford, a venue which England have an excellent recent Test record at. 8.00 Only Connect Victoria Coren Mitchell hosts as first-round losers the Apollos and the Wildlifers compete. 8.30 University Challenge St John’s College, Cambridge takes on Imperial College London in the student quiz. 9.00 Fever Pitch: The Rise of the Premier League A look at the title race between Blackburn Rovers and Manchester United in the 1994-95 season, assessing the impact of Eric Cantona’s ban for attacking a Crystal Palace supporter. 10.00 Alma’s Not Normal Alma returns home after a break-up, only to discover her mother has been sectioned for arson. Comedy pilot, written by and starring Sophie Willan. (R) 10.30 Newsnight Analysis of the day’s news, with Emily Maitlis. 11.15 A Killing in Tiger Bay Documentary telling the story of five Cardiff men arrested for murder, three of whom were found guilty in one of Britain’s most notorious and astonishing miscarriages of justice. (R) 12.15am Sign Zone: Countryfile. A compilation of stories from the archives about islands. (R) 1.10 Sign Zone: 9/11: Inside the President’s War Room. How George W Bush and his staff dealt with the September 11 attack. (R) 2.40 Sign Zone: Saving Lives at Sea (R) 3.40-6.30am This Is BBC Two 9pm, stephen: Steve Coogan 7.00 Emmerdale Al suggests to Ellis and Priya that they join forces, and Liam is still struggling with his grief. 7.30 Coronation Street Imran returns home in yesterday’s clothes, and Abi gives Kevin devastating news. 8.00 Coronation Street Icons: Norris Cole Sally Lindsay narrates a tribute to Malcolm Hebden and his character, who spent decades in Weatherfield. 8.30 Coronation Street Tyrone takes out his emotional turmoil on Alina. 9.00 Stephen Two men stand trial for Stephen’s murder, with the defence and prosecution arguing over the integrity of the forensic evidence. Fact-based drama, starring Sharlene Whyte and Steve Coogan. Last in the series. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather 10.30 Regional News; Weather 10.45 9/11: Life Under Attack A documentary examining the events of September 11, 2001, featuring never-beforeseen footage captured by those on the ground on that fateful day. Told in the moment without interview, commentary, or narration, this riveting documentary weaves together the personal video of a dozen people whose accounts provide a raw and unfiltered telling of 9/11. (R) 12.15am All Elite Wrestling: Dynamite. Hard-hitting action from the world of All Elite Wrestling. 1.05 Home Shopping 3.00 FYI Extra 3.15 Lingo. Quiz show, hosted by Adil Ray. (R) 4.05 ITV Nightscreen. Information service. 5.05- 6.00am Tipping Point. Arcade-themed quiz, hosted by Ben Shephard. (R) 10pm, first dates: Luke and Craig 7.00 Channel 4 News 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 NEW Jamie Oliver: Together The chef prepares meals for social events, beginning with a rolled shoulder of lamb with a fennel, sage and spicy sausage stuffing, drizzled with a herby sauce. 9.00 Bin Laden: The Road to 9/11 The influence of the first Gulf War on Osama bin Laden’s life, as he turned against Saudi Arabia for seeking US support and declared a Jihad against Americans in the Arab peninsula. 10.00 First Dates A Disney fan seeks a fresh start after losing her last partner due to a tragic accident, while 27-year-old Craig wants to find a man who will share his love of dogs. Plus, a retired Butlins redcoat has high hopes for her date. 11.05 The Holden Girls: Mandy & Myrtle Spoof documentary, starring Leigh Francis and Amanda Holden. (R) 11.35 The Holden Girls: Mandy & Myrtle Amanda and Myrtle find themselves embroiled in a tabloid scandal. (R) 12.05am Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA (R) 1.00 Couples Come Dine with Me (R) 1.50 Undercover Boss USA (R) 2.35 24 Hours in A&E (R) 3.30 Autumn at Jimmy’s Farm (R) 4.25 Location, Location, Location (R) 5.20 Beat the Chef (R) 5.50-6.00am Kirstie’s House of Craft. How to make a tin can dog. 7pm, traffic cops 7.00 Traffic Cops Following officers from Derbyshire’s road crime unit as they target dealers bringing drugs into the county, with PC Nick Lovatt giving chase after a sighting of a suspected dealer in Derby. (R) 8.00 Police Interceptors Ky and Lee pursue a stolen car being driven at 100mph in the wrong lane, with the suspect running off after losing control and crashing into a lamp post. Last in the series. 9.00 Submarine: Life Under the Waves Part one of two. Documentary following life on board nuclear submarine HMS Trenchant on its fourmonth tour of duty to the mid-Atlantic, uncovering the reality of life at sea. 10.00 Casualty 24/7: Every Second Counts Dr Julian Humphrey and Sister Benita Wainwright treat Phil, who has the rare condition aortic dissection, while Dr Humphrey tries to put a man’s dislocated shoulder into place. (R) 11.05 I’m 16 But Look 60: Extraordinary People A woman from South Yorkshire heads to Texas with her family in search of advice and treatment for a genetic condition that has left her skin loose and wrinkly. (R) 12.05am Extraordinary Medical Mysteries (R) 1.00 LIVE NFL: Monday Night Football. Las Vegas Raiders v Baltimore Ravens (kick-off 1.15am). 4.30 Britain’s Greatest Bridges (R) 4.45 Wildlife SOS (R) 5.10 House Doctor (R) 5.35 Thomas & Friends (R) 5.50-6.00am Fireman Sam (R)

Freeview 6 ITV2 6.00am Love Bites 6.55 Ellen’s Game of Games 8.00 Emmerdale 8.30 Coronation Street 9.30 Ellen’s Game of Games 10.30 Dress to Impress 11.30 Love Bites 12.30pm Emmerdale 1.00 Coronation Street 2.00 Supermarket Sweep 3.00 Dress to Impress 4.00 Love Bites 5.00 You’ve Been Framed! Gold 6.00 Celebrity Catchphrase Amanda Abbington, Hugh Dennis and Nadia Sawalha take part in the gameshow. 7.00 Superstore Double bill. 8.00 Bob’s Burgers Double bill. 9.00 Ready to Mingle Louis H decides on a risky new game plan, while Drew and Casey compete for her affections. 10.00 Family Guy Triple bill. 11.30 American Dad! Francine tries to break up Stan’s renewed relationship. 12.05am American Dad! 12.30 Bob’s Burgers 1.25 Superstore 2.15 Totally Bonkers Guinness World Records 3.15 FYI Extra 3.30-6.00am Teleshopping Dave E4 Freeview 19 6.00am Teleshopping 7.10 Modern Wheels or Classic Steals 8.00 Timber Kings 9.00 Celebrity Storage Hunters 10.00 American Pickers 12.00noon Top Gear 2.00 Cop Car Workshop 3.00 Top Gear 5.00 Rick Stein’s Long Weekends 6.00 QI XL Extended edition. With Noel Fielding, Ross Noble and Colin Lane. 7.00 Richard Osman’s House of Games 7.40 Would I Lie to You? Sean Lock, Judy Murray, Richard Hammond and Trevor Noah take part in the comedy panel show. 8.20 QI With Sarah Millican and Ross Noble. 9.00 QI XL Hosted by Stephen Fry. 10.00 NEW British as Folk Darren Harriott, Fern Brady and Ivo Graham are on a mission to find out what it means to be British in the UK, beginning in Leicester. 11.00 Taskmaster Gameshow. 12.00m’t Mock the Week 12.40 Have I Got a Bit More Old News for You 1.40 Would I Lie to You? 2.30 QI 3.00 Insert Name Here 4.00-6.00am Teleshopping 6.00am Hollyoaks 7.30 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA 8.30 Melissa & Joey 9.30 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. Four episodes. 3.00 Mike & Molly 4.00 Brooklyn Nine-Nine 5.00 The Big Bang Theory: double bill 6.00 The Big Bang Theory Double bill. 7.00 Hollyoaks Sienna has to find the courage to face a harrowing task. 7.30 Junior Bake Off The best bits from the first heat of Junior Bake Off 2019. 9.00 Married at First Sight UK Morag turns up the heat on her relationship. 10.00 NEW Legendary Reality contest exploring the world of ballroom culture. 11.05 Naked Attraction Featuring a 24- year-old martial arts instructor from Hull. 12.05am Gogglebox 1.10 Married at First Sight UK 2.10 First Dates 3.05 Naked Attraction 4.00 The Goldbergs 4.50- 6.00am Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares BBC Scotland 2.00pm Sign Zone: Beechgrove 2.30 Sign Zone: Grand Tours of Scotland’s Lochs 3.00-4.00 Sign Zone: The Generation Frame 7.00 Sportscene: SWPL Highlights. Matches include Celtic v Glasgow City. 7.30 Beechgrove 8.00 Born to Be Wild. April and Juanita hand-rear a beautiful injured and orphaned fallow deer. 9.00 The Nine. The latest Scottish, UK and international news. 10.00 River City 11.00 Scot Squad 11.30pm- 12.00m’t Scary Adult Things SCOTLAND As BBC1 except: 1.30-1.45pm Reporting Scotland; Weather 6.30-7.00 Reporting Scotland; Weather 10.25 Reporting Scotland; Weather 10.35 The Scotts 11.05 Ladhood 11.30 Ladhood 11.55 Question of Sport 12.25am The Edit 12.40 The Hit List Celebrity Special 1.30-6.00am BBC News WALES As BBC1 except: 1.30-1.45pm BBC Wales Today; Weather 6.30-7.00 BBC Wales Today; Weather 10.25 BBC Wales Today; Weather 10.35 Hayley Goes 11.05 Ladhood 11.30-11.55pm Ladhood STV As ITV except: 1.55-2.00pm STV News; Weather 6.00-6.30 STV News at Six; Weather Freeview 20 Drama 6.00am Teleshopping 7.30 Doctor Finlay 8.30 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 Auf Wiedersehen, Pet 5.20 Birds of a Feather 6.00 Bread Lilo Lill turns up on the doorstep, Joey meets Roxy, Adrian buys something really stupid and Aveline is insulted by a photographer. 6.40 ’Allo ’Allo! Gruber is interrogated. 7.20 Last of the Summer Wine A man believes he has been cursed. 8.00 The Brokenwood Mysteries The Brokenwood Health Retreat becomes unhealthy for one unfortunate visitor, leaving the team of detectives with a difficult case to solve. Stars Neill Rea. 10.00 New Tricks UCOS looks into the murder of a private investigator. 11.20 Bad Girls Al continues to bully Shaz. 12.30am Dalziel & Pascoe 2.35 Birds of a Feather 4.00-6.00am Teleshopping Freeview 13 Freeview 18 More4 Variations Freeview 27 ITVBe 7.00am Olivia Meets Her Match 8.00 Buying and Selling 9.00 LittleBe 12.00noon Be Beautiful 12.10 The Real Housewives of Potomac 1.10 Olivia Meets Her Match 2.15 The Only Way Is Essex 3.00 Million Dollar Listing: LA 4.05 The Real Housewives of New Jersey 5.00 The Real Housewives of New York City 6.00 Masters of Flip Property series. 7.00 Buying and Selling Parents who need a quick sale in order to relocate. 8.00 Dinner Date Dating show. 9.00 Totally Unbelievable: Celebrity Homes Remarkable residences. 10.00 Botched: Most Outrageous Before and Afters A countdown of Dr Dubrow and Dr Nassif’s most troublesome cases. 10.30 Botched: Most Outrageous Patients The most memorable patients. 11.00 Love Island USA Reality series. 11.55 The Only Way Is Essex A special guest attends Chloe Sims’ birthday party. 12.45am FYI Extra 1.00-7.00am Shopping 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 Secret Life of the Zoo 6.55 Escape to the Chateau: DIY Dick Strawbridge helps new owners who have discovered rising damp. 7.55 Grand Designs A couple who want to build a home from recycled materials. 9.00 Great British Home Restoration A three-year mission to restore a centuryold former Salvation Army hall in Australia. 10.00 World’s Weirdest Homes Charlie Luxton meets people who live in unusual residences, including a group of scientists pretending that they live on Mars. 11.05 24 Hours in A&E A nine-year-old boy has a dangerously high heart rate. 12.10am 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown 1.15 Great British Home Restoration 2.20 World’s Weirdest Homes 3.25-3.50am Food Unwrapped 10.30 STV News 10.40 Scotland Tonight. The issues behind the headlines from a Scottish perspective. 11.05 9/11: Life Under Attack 12.35-3.00am ITV Nightscreen. Information. ITV WALES As ITV except: 1.55-2.00pm ITV News Cymru Wales 10.30-10.45pm ITV News Cymru Wales. The latest headline stories. S4C 6.00am Cyw 12.00noon Newyddion S4C a’r Tywydd 12.05pm Wil ac Aeron: Taith yr Alban 12.30 Heno 1.00 Darn Bach o Hanes 1.30 Llefydd Sanctaidd 2.00 Newyddion S4C a’r Tywydd 2.05 Prynhawn Da 3.00 Newyddion S4C a’r Tywydd 3.05 Eisteddfod AmGen: Cwt Cerdd 4.00 Awr Fawr 5.00 Stwnsh 6.00 Arfordir Cymru: Llyn 6.30 Garejis: Dan y Bonet 6.57 Newyddion S4C 7.00 Heno 7.30 Newyddion S4C a’r Tywydd 8.00 Pobol y Cwm 8.25 NEW Sgwrs Dan y Lloer. Elin Fflur visits her guests’ gardens at night in this series, starting with actress and Plaid Cymru Councillor Shelley Rees. 8.55 Newyddion S4C a’r Tywydd 9.00 Treialon Cwn Defaid Rhyngwladol 2021. International sheepdog trials from Aberystwyth. 10.00 Cegin Bryn: Y Dosbarth Meistr 10.30 Ceffylau Cymru 11.00-11.35pm Traed Lan Picks of the day Jamie Oliver: Together 8pm, Channel 4 “Together is a real homage to the great home feast, something I’ve missed sharing with friends and family over the past year,” admits Jamie Oliver. Like many of us, the chef hasn’t been able to celebrate family milestones recently, so he’s kicking off this new series by making a special meal for his loved ones. He showcases a slow-roasted, rolled shoulder of lamb with a fennel, sage and Silent Witness 9pm, BBC One This week’s two-part story begins with the discovery of a murdered swimming instructor’s body at her flat. Evidence from the scene identifies two key suspects, including the victim’s exboyfriend, a former police officer. It’s the first case for new recruit Adam, and his eagerness to impress causes friction in the team. The story will conclude tomorrow. BBC4 Freeview 9 7.00pm Great British Railway Journeys Visiting places of interest in West Sussex and Hampshire. 7.30 The Joy of Painting Bob Ross paints a winter forest scene. 8.00 Secrets of the Museum Project manager Alice unframes a gallery of Raphael’s cartoons. 9.00 NEW Inside America’s Treasure House: The Met The story of the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s closure during the Pandemic. 10.00 Keith Haring: Street Art Boy Profile of the 1980s New York pop artist and activist, who died in 1990. 11.30 Art of America Charting the history of American art, beginning on the east coast. 12.30am Handmade in Bolton 1.00 Great British Railway Journeys 1.30 Inside America’s Treasure House: The Met 2.30-3.30am Secrets of the Museum. Raphael’s cartoons. Coronation Street Icons: Norris Cole 8pm, ITV After 27 years and more than 1,600 episodes on the soap, actor Malcolm Hebden retired from playing Norris Cole last summer. The character sees his demise this week, and this programme looks back at Norris’s most memorable scenes, including his success at the Blackpool ballroom with partner Vera Duckworth. David Neilson and Thelma Barlow are among the contributors. 5 USA 6.00am TJC 9.00 Murder, She Wrote 10.00 NCIS 11.55 Entertainment News on 5 12.00noon Law & Order 6.00 NCIS The team are in trouble with the FBI as they try to protect a naval officer who has caught the attention of an al-Qaeda cell. 6.55 Entertainment News on 5 7.00 NCIS Triple bill. A US Marine veteran confesses to murder; an ensign is arrested in connection with the death of a Navy commander; Gibbs and the team assist Ziva. 10.00 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Triple bill. Part three of three. The squad tries to bring the case to a close; the author of an erotic novel is attacked; a high-school rape case descends into a ‘he-said-she-said’. 12.55am Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 1.50 Law & Order: Criminal Intent 3.35 Criminals: Caught on Camera 4.00-6.00am Teleshopping Monday 13 spicy sausage stuffing, drizzled with a herby green sauce made with pistachio, mint and parsley. On the side, he pairs it with crispy lemon roast potatoes, garlicky dressed French beans and a thyme and apricot sauce. He also creates a delicious starter of rainbow tomato crostini, topped with crumbly cheese, and gets the party going with some cheeky mango caipirinha cocktails. FILM CHOICE Anna 9pm, Film4 Nikita, Leon and Lucy director Luc Besson’s latest assassin thriller stars supermodel Sasha Luss as the titular girl with a gun, who reluctantly carries out the orders of her ruthless Russian handler Olga (Helen Mirren) in 80s Moscow. In steps flirtatious CIA agent Lenny Miller (Cillian Murphy), who falls under Anna’s spell while attempting to get her to switch sides. Freeview 21 Sky Arts F’view 11 6.00am Anoushka Shankar in Concert 7.15 Andrea Bocelli 9.00 Tales of the Unexpected 10.00 Discovering: Jodie Foster 11.00 The Eighties 11.55 National Trust: Garden Treasures 1.05pm Tales of the Unexpected 2.05 Discovering: Peter Ustinov 3.00 Seeing Daylight 4.00 James Taylor: Music Icons 4.30 Video Killed the Radio Star 5.00 Tales of the Unexpected 6.00 Discovering: Ian McKellen 7.00 Andre Rieu: Welcome to My World The violinist’s private life. 8.00 Landmark South of England heat. 9.00 Jeff Lynne’s ELO – Wembley or Bust A 2017 concert. 11.30 Comedy Legends 12.30am Andie MacDowell: Off Camera 1.45 The Last Impresario 3.30 The Nightmare Worlds of HG Wells 4.00 Cheltenham Literature Festival 2020 5.00-6.00am The Eighties

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 Morning Live Magazine. 10.00 Crimewatch Live Appeals. 10.45 Close Calls: On Camera 11.15 Homes Under the Hammer 12.15pm Bargain Hunt From Southwell Racecourse. (R) 1.00 BBC News at One; Weather 1.30 Regional News; Weather 1.45 Doctors Emma thinks a potential witness could be of benefit to Rob. 2.15 Unbeatable Quiz show, hosted by Jason Manford. 3.00 Escape to the Country Nicki Chapman helps a London couple find a three-bedroom property in Cambridgeshire. 3.45 Garden Rescue Creating a space for all the family in a Newport garden. 4.30 Antiques Road Trip Irita Marriott and James Braxton scour the shops of Kent and East Sussex. 5.15 Pointless Quiz, hosted by Alexander Armstrong. 6.00 BBC News at Six; Weather 6.30 Regional News; Weather 6.30am Bargain Hunt (R) 7.15 Garden Rescue (R) 8.00 Sign Zone: Shop Well for Less? Savings advice. (R) 9.00 BBC News at 9 Reports. 10.00 BBC News Headlines. 12.15pm Politics Live The latest stories from Westminster. 1.00 The Super League Show Highlights and analysis from the penultimate round of matches of the season. (R) 1.45 Eggheads Quiz show. (R) 2.15 The Big Painting Challenge The contestants put their still life talents to the test. (R) 3.15 The Dark: Nature’s Nighttime World Biologists and camera crews explore wildernesses at night. (R) 4.15 Who Do You Think You Are? Comedian Greg Davies traces his family history. (R) 5.15 Flog It! From the National Maritime Museum. (R) 6.00 Richard Osman’s House of Games Trivia-based games. 6.30 Take a Hike A teaching assistant explores the healing power of nature in Lynmouth. 6.00am Good Morning Britain News, current affairs and lifestyle features. 9.00 Lorraine Entertainment, lifestyle and fashion news. 10.00 This Morning 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 Judge Rinder Cameras follow criminal barrister Robert Rinder as he takes on real-life cases in a studio courtroom. 3.00 Tenable A team of running club friends take it in turns to find the answers to top 10 lists, before trying to score a perfect 10 in the final. (R) 3.59 Regional Weather 4.00 Tipping Point Quiz show, 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 6.00am Countdown Word game. (R) 6.40 Cheers Double bill. (R) 7.40 The King of Queens (R) 9.05 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 the weekday magazine. 2.10 Countdown With Pam Ayres. 3.00 A Place in the Sun Ben Hillman helps find a retirement home in Portugal. 4.00 The Great House Giveaway Two strangers buy a property at auction. (R) 5.00 Four in a Bed The hoteliers spend the night at the Bear Inn at Wincanton, Somerset. 5.30 Come Dine with Me Musician Bernard plans a culinary trip around the world. 6.00 The Simpsons Homer and Marge play for a curling team in the Winter Olympics. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks Sienna has to find the courage to face a harrowing task. (R) 6.00am Milkshake! Children’s TV. 9.15 Jeremy Vine Discussion. 11.15 The Nightmare Neighbour Next Door A single mum’s life in Dorset turned sour when a neighbour betrayed her. (R) 12.15pm 5 News at Lunchtime 12.20 Traffic Cops Derbyshire’s Road Crime Unit cracks down on suspected drug dealers. (R) 1.15 Home and Away See 6.00pm for details. (R) 1.45 Neighbours See 5.30pm. 2.20 FILM Killer Ending (2018, PG) A best-selling mystery writer’s life turns into a living nightmare when her daughter is kidnapped. Thriller, starring Emmanuelle Vaugier. ★★★ 4.00 Bargain Brits in the Sun An inmate describes life inside Windmill Hill prison. (R) 5.00 5 News at 5 Headlines. 5.30 Neighbours Terese is angry at Paul for making a snap decision. (R) 6.00 Home and Away Dr Logan does his best to save Dean’s life, but time is running out. (R) 6.30 5 News Tonight Headlines. 7 8 9 10 11 12 midnight 10.35pm, Back to Life: Miri Matteson 7.00 The One Show Topical magazine show, presented by Jermaine Jenas. 7.30 EastEnders Shirley tells Mick about hitting Phil, and Rainie’s suspicions continue to rise. 7.50 Holby City Hanssen finds himself in a perilous situation, Ange’s fate is in the hands of Josh and Chloe, and Louis makes a shock declaration. 8.30 My Family Ben and Susan prepare for a holiday, but any chance of relaxing is ruined when Janey persuades them to let her have a party. (R) 9.00 Silent Witness Part two of two. The police have traced Laura’s last movements to a suburban house and must now identify bodies buried in the garden. Jack chooses between his brother and the truth. 10.00 BBC News at Ten 10.25 Regional News; Weather 10.35 Back to Life The morning after being knocked off her bike, Miri is convinced that John Boback was the one who drove into her. To make matters worse, he organises a vigil for his daughter. 11.05 Ambulance North West Ambulance Service calls up military personnel to help care for the public effectively as the pandemic takes its toll. The new recruits are put through three days of intensive training before they can join the paramedics working on the frontline. In control, call handlers are currently answering a new 999 call every 20 seconds. (R) 12.05am Weather for the Week Ahead 12.10-6.00am BBC News. The latest national and international headlines. 9pm, A House Through Time: David Olusoga 7.00 Cricket: Today at the Test England v India. Isa Guha presents action from the fifth and final day of the series-concluding fifth Test, held at Old Trafford. England will be determined to end this series on a high. 8.00 Saving Lives at Sea In London, the RNLI rushes to the rescue of a man in the water in the Thames, while in Fleetwood a desperate 999 call alerts the crew to a man in danger of being swept out to sea. 9.00 A House Through Time Digging into the affairs of the house’s next resident, Benjamin Wild, David discovers a factory owner with a history of questionable business dealings, including an employee mangled to death. 10.00 Mortimer & Whitehouse: Gone Fishing Bob Mortimer and Paul Whitehouse are in the Lake District to fish at some of the UK’s best-loved beauty spots, including Derwentwater. (R) 10.30 Newsnight With Emily Maitlis. 11.15 NFL This Week Action from the opening round of fixtures, including Super Bowl champions Tampa Bay Buccaneers travelling to Texas to face Dallas Cowboys and Green Bay Packers v New Orleans Saints. 12.05am Sign Zone: The City of Horses – Our Lives. The tradition of keeping horses in several Swansea communities. (R) 12.35 Sign Zone: Ambulance. Patients in mental health crisis across Liverpool. (R) 1.35 Sign Zone: The House That £100K Built (R) 2.35-6.30am This Is BBC Two 7.30pm, Wonders of Scotland: David Hayman 7.00 Emmerdale Cathy tries to comfort a distraught April, Al is irritated, and Marlon is distracted. 7.30 Wonders of Scotland with David Hayman David heads to Lewis and Harris to discover the hardships of crofting. 8.00 Love Your Garden Alan Titchmarsh and the team look to the natural world for inspiration this time and create a wild and woolly garden that’s perfect for a deserving young family in Middlesbrough. 9.00 Long Lost Family: Born Without Trace Davina McCall and Nicky Campbell provide an update on some of the stories of people who were abandoned as babies, focusing on Helen and David, who were left on either side of the Irish border. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather 10.30 Regional News; Weather 10.45 Coronation Street Icons: Norris Cole Sally Lindsay narrates a tribute to Malcolm Hebden and his character, who spent decades in Weatherfield. (R) 11.10 Butterfly Drama about separated couple Vicky and Stephen, who are reunited when their 11-year-old son Max identifies as a girl, but divided over what is best for their child’s future. Starring Anna Friel. (R) 12.05am Junk and Disorderly. Henry Cole and Sam Lovegrove visit an emporium full of trinketry, and look to make a profit at one of their favourite autojumbles. (R) 12.55 Home Shopping 3.00 FYI Extra 3.15 ITV Nightscreen 5.05-6.00am Tipping Point. Quiz, with Ben Shephard. (R) 8pm, The Secret Life of the Zoo: Sarikei 7.00 Channel 4 News 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 The Secret Life of the Zoo Two snakes are put together to mate – which could lead to romance or one eating the other. The keepers are concerned about the health of orangutan Sarikei and Dagmar the giraffe. 9.00 NEW Spice Girls: How Girl Power Changed Britain The story of the girl group, from their formation in the mid 1990s against the backdrop of ladette culture through to their recent world tour during the time of #metoo. 10.00 Celebrity Gogglebox A rolling cast of famous faces – including Mo Gilligan and Babatunde Aleshe – take to their sofas to share their opinions on what they have been watching on television during the week. (R) 11.05 Sixteen: Class of 2021 The pressure mounts as the students at the Link Academy, Dudley, approach their final term at school and begin to make decisions about their futures and careers. 12.05am Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA (R) 12.55 Couples Come Dine with Me (R) 1.50 Joe Lycett’s Got Your Back (R) 2.45 Big Age (R) 3.10 Celebrity Undercover Boss USA (R) 4.00 Autumn at Jimmy’s Farm (R) 4.55 Location, Location, Location (R) 5.50-6.00am Food Unwrapped (R) 8pm, the yorkshire vet: Rohin 7.00 GPs: Behind Closed Doors A series of accidents and misadventures are featured in this episode, including 20-year-old Hope, who has noticed unusual blistering around the new tattoo that she returned from Amsterdam with. 8.00 The Yorkshire Vet A pregnant ewe is rushed to the animal hospital from Cannon Hall Farm, while for young vet Rohin, there’s a day gaining vital experience on the farm as he removes the very large horns from some cows. 9.00 Ben Fogle: New Lives in the Wild Ben journeys to the Suffolk countryside and a secretive patch of woodland, to spend the week with unique character Will, 50, who could be described as a true British caveman. 10.00 Broadmoor: Serial Killers & High Security A rare insight into the workings of the highsecurity psychiatric hospital, Broadmoor, with testimony from those who have come face to face with Britain’s most notorious killers. (R) 11.30 Criminals: Caught on Camera Two police officers come face to face with a violent man armed with two knives, and an officer recalls coming under attack in a terrifying car chase. (R) 12.30am Criminals: Caught on Camera (R) 12.50 Entertainment News 1.05 The 21.co.uk Live Casino Show 3.05 Entertainment News 3.10 Secrets of Tutankhamun’s Treasures (R) 4.00 My Mum’s Hotter Than Me! (R) 4.45 Wildlife SOS (R) 5.10 House Doctor (R) 5.35-6.00am Milkshake! (R)

Freeview 6 ITV2 6.00am Love Bites 6.55 Ellen’s Game of Games 8.00 Emmerdale 8.30 Coronation Street 9.30 Ellen’s Game of Games 10.30 Dress to Impress 11.30 Love Bites 12.30pm Emmerdale 1.00 Coronation Street 2.00 Supermarket Sweep 3.00 Dress to Impress 4.00 Love Bites 5.00 You’ve Been Framed! Gold 6.00 Celebrity Catchphrase With Tony Bellew, Kelly Osbourne and Dan Walker. 7.00 Superstore Double bill. 8.00 Bob’s Burgers Double bill. 9.00 Ready to Mingle Sophia’s love triangle with Casey and Drew intensifies. 10.00 Plebs Double bill. The boys bump into an old friend; Marcus and Stylax try to stop Cynthia and Metalla being deported. 11.05 Family Guy Double bill. 12.05am American Dad! 12.55 Bob’s Burgers 1.50 Superstore 2.40 Totally Bonkers Guinness World Records 3.05 FYI Extra 3.20 ITV2 Nightscreen. Information. 3.30-6.00am Teleshopping Dave E4 Freeview 19 6.00am Teleshopping 7.10 Modern Wheels or Classic Steals 8.00 Timber Kings 9.00 Celebrity Storage Hunters 10.00 American Pickers 12.00noon Top Gear 2.00 Cop Car Workshop 3.00 Top Gear 5.00 Rick Stein’s Long Weekends 6.00 QI XL With guest panellists Julia Zemiro, Matt Lucas and David Mitchell. 7.00 Richard Osman’s House of Games With Shappi Khorsandi, Michael Buerk, Amanda Abbington and Elis James. 7.40 Would I Lie to You? Jack Dee, Gaby Roslin, Romesh Ranganathan and Tinchy Stryder take part in the comedy show. 8.20 QI With guest panellists Jason Manford, Aisling Bea and Johnny Vegas. 9.00 QI XL Extended edition. 10.00 Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled 11.00 Taskmaster Gameshow. 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 Insert Name Here 4.00-6.00am Teleshopping 6.00am Hollyoaks 7.30 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA 8.30 Melissa & Joey 9.30 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 3.00 Mike & Molly 4.00 Brooklyn Nine-Nine 4.30 Married at First Sight UK 5.30 The Big Bang Theory 6.00 The Big Bang Theory Double bill. 7.00 Hollyoaks Warren meets with Fergus as the pair set their sights on The Hutch. 7.30 Junior Bake Off The best bits of Junior Bake Off 2019, with Harry Hill. 9.00 Married at First Sight UK A dream couple hit their first bump in the road. 10.00 The Holden Girls: Mandy & Myrtle 11.05 Naked Attraction With a 27-yearold singer and a 50-year-old audiologist. 12.10am Gogglebox 1.15 Married at First Sight UK 2.15 The Holden Girls: Mandy & Myrtle 3.10 First Dates 4.05 The Big Bang Theory 4.30 Brooklyn Nine-Nine 4.55-6.00am The Goldbergs BBC Scotland 7.00pm Paramedics on Scene 7.30 Island Medics 8.00 The Battle for Scotland’s Countryside. David Hayman presents a personal view of access to Scotland’s countryside. 9.00 The Nine. The latest Scottish, UK and international news. 10.00 Undisputed: The Life and Times of Ken Buchanan 11.00pm- 12.00m’t Fight: The Jim Murray Story SCOTLAND As BBC1 except: 1.30-1.45pm Reporting Scotland; Weather 6.30 Reporting Scotland; Weather 7.00 River City. Alex decides on Jessie’s future when an old face exposes their lies. 8.00 EastEnders 8.20-9.00 Holby City 10.25-10.30pm Reporting Scotland; Weather WALES As BBC1 except: 1.30-1.45pm BBC Wales Today; Weather 6.30-7.00 BBC Wales Today. Headline stories; Weather 8.30-9.00 Carol Vorderman: Closer to Home. Carol goes in search of inspiring teachers in Rhyl. 10.25-10.30pm BBC Wales Today; Weather WALES As BBC2 except: 1.45pm Welsh First Minister’s Questions 2.35 Eggheads 3.05 The Big Painting Challenge. The contestants put their still life talents to the test. 4.05 The Dark: Nature’s Nighttime World 5.05-5.15pm Coast Freeview 20 Drama 6.00am Teleshopping 7.30 Doctor Finlay 8.30 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 Auf Wiedersehen, Pet 5.20 Birds of a Feather 6.00 Bread Aveline is admitted to hospital. 6.40 ’Allo ’Allo! The General discovers the sausage and hangs it in his closet to cure. 7.20 Last of the Summer Wine Barry competes with a fitness-mad neighbour. 8.00 The Last Detective Davies looks into the murder of a former soldier, but finding anybody within his old artillery regiment willing to give information proves difficult. 9.35 New Tricks A skeleton uncovered in the foundations of a swimming pool is identified as a young lottery winner, who was reported missing 17 years ago. 10.55 Bad Girls Jim strikes a deal with a new inmate which could make him rich. 12.05am Dalziel & Pascoe 2.15 Lovejoy 4.00-6.00am Teleshopping Freeview 13 Freeview 18 More4 Variations Freeview 27 ITVBe 7.00am Olivia Meets Her Match 8.00 Buying and Selling 9.00 LittleBe 12.00noon Unboxed 12.30 The Real Housewives of Potomac 1.30 Olivia Meets Her Match 2.30 The Only Way Is Essex 3.10 Million Dollar Listing: LA 4.05 The Real Housewives of New Jersey 5.00 The Real Housewives of New York City 6.00 Masters of Flip Property series. 7.00 Buying and Selling Working parents who are desperate for more space. 8.00 Dinner Date Wesley from York chooses three blind dates. 9.00 Ferne McCann: First Time Mum Ferne is putting her life back together and moving on after breaking up with Jack. 10.00 The Real Housewives of Atlanta The ladies clear the air over the Cookie Lady. 11.00 Love Island USA Reality show. 11.55 The Only Way Is Essex Liam starts a rumour about Megan’s best friend. 12.55am ITVBe Nightscreen. Text-based information. 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 3.50 Find It, Fix It, Flog It 5.55 The Secret Life of the Zoo 6.55 Escape to the Chateau: DIY Dick Strawbridge fixes up his temperamental van at his chateau. 7.55 Grand Designs A 21st-century ultra-modern farmhouse in Wiltshire. 9.00 999: What’s Your Emergency? Three men in Doncaster attack someone they suspect of causing their family harm. 10.00 24 Hours in A&E A 19-year-old woman is brought in with suspected spinal injuries after a second-storey fall. 11.05 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown Jon Richardson and Michelle Wolf take on Jonathan Ross and Johnny Vegas. 12.10am 999: What’s Your Emergency? 1.15 24 Hours in A&E 2.20 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown 3.25-3.55am Food Unwrapped. Favourite cases. 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 Coronation Street Icons: Norris Cole 11.35 The Motorbike Show 12.25am All Elite Wrestling: Dynamite 1.15-3.00am ITV Nightscreen ITV WALES As ITV except: 1.55-2.00pm ITV News Cymru Wales 10.30 ITV News Cymru Wales 10.45-11.10pm NEW Fishlock’s Choice. Broadcaster Trevor Fishlock discovers the intriguing life of Wales’ first Hollywood star, and takes a walk on the Llyn peninsula. S4C 6.00am Cyw 12.00noon Newyddion S4C a’r Tywydd 12.05pm Cegin Bryn: Tir a Mor 12.30 Heno 1.00 Treialon Cwn Defaid Rhyngwladol 2021 2.00 Newyddion S4C a’r Tywydd 2.05 Prynhawn Da 3.00 Newyddion S4C a’r Tywydd 3.05 Y Fets 4.00 Awr Fawr 5.00 Stwnsh 6.00 Wil ac Aeron: Taith yr Alban 6.30 Rownd a Rownd 6.57 Newyddion S4C 7.00 Heno 7.30 Newyddion S4C a’r Tywydd 8.00 Pobol y Cwm. Mark wonders if there is an ulterior motive for Vicky’s visit. 8.25 Rownd a Rownd 8.55 Newyddion S4C a’r Tywydd 9.00 Cynefin 10.00 Heliwr 11.00-11.35pm Arfordir Cymru: Llyn Picks of the day Spice Girls: How Girl Power Changed Britain 9pm, Channel 4 Believe it or not, it’s now 25 years since the Spice Girls broke on to the music scene and first told us what they wanted, what they really, really wanted. To mark the anniversary of the release of their debut album Spice, this new series explores how Sporty, Posh, Ginger, Baby and Scary became a global phenomenon and influenced a generation of young girls into the bargain. Long Lost Family: Born Without Trace 9pm, ITV David McBride and Helen Ward were both foundlings, discovered on opposite sides of the Irish border six years apart in the 1960s. No one thought the two cases were connected – until the Long Lost Family team discovered they were, in fact, brother and sister. But, as Davina McCall and Nicky Campbell reveal, the siblings’ story doesn’t stop there. BBC4 Freeview 9 7.00pm Great British Railway Journeys From Brownsea Island. 7.30 The Joy of Painting 8.00 The Good Life Tom and Barbara are helped with their pigs. 8.30 Porridge Fletch shares a ward with Blanco in the prison hospital. 9.00 Jo Brand: No Holds Barred – Imagine A profile of the comedian. 10.00 Born Lippy: Mark Lawson talks to Jo Brand An interview. 11.00 The Culture Show at Edinburgh: Funny Women The highs and lows of being a woman in the world of stand-up comedy. 11.30 Some Dog Owners with Jokes 12.00m’t Handmade in Bolton 12.30 Great British Railway Journeys 1.00 Jo Brand: No Holds Barred – Imagine 2.00 Born Lippy: Mark Lawson talks to Jo Brand. An interview. 3.00-4.00am Inside America’s Treasure House: The Met Holby City 7.50pm, BBC One Hanssen has been fearing that the hospital is in danger, but it’s unlikely he will feel much satisfaction when he’s proved right – especially as he’s the one in a perilous situation. Kylie and Dom don’t let the risks stop them coming to the aid of an elderly patient, while Ange’s fate, and that of the unborn babies, rests solely in the hands of Josh and Chloe. 5 USA 6.00am TJC 9.00 Murder, She Wrote 10.00 NCIS 11.55 Entertainment News on 5 12.00noon Law & Order 6.00 NCIS A marine’s wife kills an intruder, claiming he tried to rape her. 6.55 Entertainment News on 5 7.00 NCIS Double bill. Tony disappears during an undercover operation; a private investigator discovers the body of a missing Navy officer. 9.00 Law & Order: Criminal Intent A shooting victim is found with her donor kidney removed. 10.00 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Triple bill. The detectives investigate a prostitution ring; a boy’s kidnapping revives memories of an earlier unsolved case; a twopart cross-over with Chicago PD. 12.55am Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 1.50 Law & Order: Criminal Intent 3.35 Criminals: Caught on Camera 4.00-6.00am Teleshopping Tuesday 14 The programme features previously unseen footage, candid interviews, a great soundtrack and a healthy dose of “Zig-a-zig-ah”. It begins with the group’s formation in 1994, when the fab five came together against a backdrop of so-called ladette culture. But it was their endorsement of girl power that saw them establish themselves as role models and, in turn, influence contemporary feminism. FILM CHOICE The Greatest Showman 7pm, Film4 A genuine word-of-mouth hit, this feel-good musical stars Hugh Jackman as PT Barnum, the circus owner who, according to this version of events at least, gave a home to a group of entertainers previously otherwise shunned by society. Michelle Williams gets the rather thankless role of his wife, but there are more eye-catching turns from Zac Efron and Rebecca Ferguson. Freeview 21 Sky Arts F’view 11 6.00am Benjamin Britten’s Gloriana 9.00 Tales of the Unexpected 10.00 Discovering: Peter Ustinov 11.00 The Eighties 12.00noon Goya – Visions of Flesh and Blood 1.00 Tales of the Unexpected 2.00 Discovering: Ian McKellen 3.00 Van Gogh & Japan 4.00 Jefferson Airplane: Music Icons 4.30 Video Killed the Radio Star 5.00 Tales of the Unexpected 6.00 Discovering: Ed Harris The life and career of the American actor. 7.00 Landmark Three artists battle it out in the south of England heat. 8.00 Lucian Freud: A Self Portrait 9.00 Thomas Hardy: Fate, Exclusion and Tragedy The author’s life. 10.00 Muriel Spark by Ian Rankin 11.00 Destiny’s Child Live in Atlanta 1.30am How It Feels to Be Free 3.30 Video Killed the Radio Star 4.00 Cheltenham Literature Festival 2020 5.00-6.00am The Eighties

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 Morning Live Magazine. 10.00 Crimewatch Live Appeals. 10.45 Close Calls: On Camera Medics perform emergency surgery on an injured climber in the Lake District. 11.15 Homes Under the Hammer Properties in Bilston, Lower Quinton and Manchester. (R) 12.15pm Bargain Hunt From Newmarket Racecourse. (R) 1.00 BBC News at One; Weather 1.30 Regional News; Weather 1.45 Doctors Ruhma gets herself into a bit of a tangle. 2.15 Unbeatable Quiz show, hosted by Jason Manford. 3.00 Escape to the Country A property in the Peak District. 3.45 Garden Rescue Creating an eco-friendly wildlife haven. 4.30 Antiques Road Trip James Braxton and Irita Marriott are in East Sussex and Hampshire. 5.15 Pointless Quiz, hosted by Alexander Armstrong. 6.00 BBC News at Six; Weather 6.30 Regional News; Weather 6.30am Escape to the Country (R) 7.15 Garden Rescue (R) 8.00 Sign Zone: Weatherman Walking: The Welsh Coast (R) 8.30 Sign Zone: Beechgrove (R) 9.00 BBC News at 9 Reports. 10.00 BBC News Headlines. 11.15 Politics Live Updates. 1.00pm Eggheads Quiz show. (R) 1.30 Make Me a Dealer Two Clevedon locals face off in the antiques-buying challenge. (R) 2.15 The Big Painting Challenge The contestants go to Hastings to sharpen their landscape painting skills. (R) 3.15 The Dark: Nature’s Nighttime World A look at nocturnal creatures in a flooded Amazon forest. (R) 4.15 Who Do You Think You Are? With Sunetra Sarker. (R) 5.15 Flog It! Some of the best unseen finds from the show’s valuation days. (R) 6.00 Richard Osman’s House of Games Trivia-based games. 6.30 Take a Hike Farmer Rosie walks along the Devon coast near Teignmouth. 6.00am Good Morning Britain News, current affairs and lifestyle features. 9.00 Lorraine Entertainment, lifestyle and fashion news. 10.00 This Morning 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 Judge Rinder Cameras follow criminal barrister Robert Rinder as he takes on real-life cases in a studio courtroom. 3.00 Tenable A team of family and friends take it in turns to find the answers to top 10 lists, before trying to score a perfect 10 in the final round. (R) 3.59 Regional Weather 4.00 Tipping Point Quiz show, 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 6.00am Countdown Word game. (R) 6.40 Cheers Double bill. (R) 7.40 The King of Queens (R) 9.05 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 the weekday magazine. 2.10 Countdown With Pam Ayres. 3.00 A Place in the Sun Danni Menzies helps two sisters buy a family property in Cadiz. 4.00 The Great House Giveaway A pair of strangers in Leicester are given the opportunity to buy a property. (R) 5.00 Four in a Bed The rivals head to the Chelsea Hotel in Bournemouth. 5.30 Come Dine with Me TV editor Joe hosts a 1990s-themed evening. 6.00 The Simpsons Lisa investigates her ancestry. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks Warren meets with Fergus as the pair set their sights on The Hutch. (R) 6.00am Milkshake! Children’s TV. 9.15 Jeremy Vine Discussion. 11.15 The Nightmare Neighbour Next Door Disputes. (R) 12.15pm 5 News at Lunchtime 12.20 Traffic Cops A driver reverses into a house and ruptures a gas main. (R) 1.15 Home and Away See 6.00pm for details. 1.45 Neighbours See 5.30pm. 2.20 FILM Web of Lies (2018, PG) A social media influencer’s life is turned upside down when she moves back to her hometown. Thriller, starring Shoshana Bush. ★★★ 4.00 Bargain Brits in the Sun A pensions adviser prepares for the annual Mr Natural bodybuilding championship. (R) 5.00 5 News at 5 Headlines. 5.30 Neighbours Hendrix is disturbed by Jane’s unanticipated aggression. (R) 6.00 Home and Away Ziggy and Tane’s pleasant morning is interrupted by news about the car crash. (R) 6.30 5 News Tonight Headlines. 7 8 9 10 11 12 midnight 8pm, The Repair Shop: Dominic Chinea 7.00 The One Show Presented by Jermaine Jenas. 7.30 The Long Walk Home – Our Lives The story of Christian Lewis, who has spent the past four years walking round the coast of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. 8.00 The Repair Shop Three damaged treasures are brought back to life – a tired teddy bear, an equestrian ceremonial blanket and an antique box used by a police detective in her early years on the job. 9.00 Celebrity MasterChef The five remaining contenders begin finals week, making pies for a dining room of experts and serving up a dish inspired by the flavours of sweet shops – with the cook who doesn’t make the grade leaving. 10.00 BBC News at Ten 10.25 Regional News; Weather 10.35 Gossip Girl Tensions run high as Zoya reluctantly celebrates her birthday. Audrey levels with Aki, while Kate gets an exciting opportunity. Revival of the US drama centring on a new generation of teenagers at a New York private school whose lives are dominated by social media. 11.30 Hayley Goes Hayley Pearce explores what lessons can be learned from lockdown to reboot mental health, and examines the things that really matter in her life. The programme explores the importance of touch to well-being, as well as learning to accept things that cannot be controlled. 12.00m’t Weather for the Week Ahead 12.05-6.00am BBC News 8pm, Animals with Cameras 7.00 Celebrity Antiques Road Trip Helen Flanagan and Jorgie Porter scour some of Scotland’s finest antique shops in the hope of finding items that will make the biggest profit at auction in Stirlingshire. (R) 8.00 Animals with Cameras Chris Watts works with biologists and researchers to develop cameras tough enough for the Australian landscape, withstanding the heat and height that the animals have to live with. 9.00 Jay’s Yorkshire Workshop Jay Blades meets a man in Huddersfield who set up a men’s mental health charity, and a youth worker in the Manningham area of Bradford who turns peoples’ lives around. 10.00 Mock the Week Dara O Briain hosts as Angela Barnes, Catherine Bohart, Ed Gamble, Rhys James and Michael Odewale join regular panellist Hugh Dennis to take a comic look back on news events. (R) 10.30 Newsnight With Emily Maitlis. 11.15 FILM The Beguiled (2017, 15) The arrival of a wounded Civil War soldier brings jealousy and betrayal to a Southern girls’ school. Period drama, starring Colin Farrell, Nicole Kidman and Kirsten Dunst. ★★★★ 12.45am Sign Zone: Secrets of the Museum. Josiah Wedgwood’s Portland Vase is brought into the 21st century. Last in the series. (R) 1.45 Sign Zone: Celebrity MasterChef. With Kem Cetinay, Kadeena Cox, Gavin Esler, Johannes Radebe and Michelle Collins. (R) 2.45-6.30am This Is BBC Two 8pm, Heathrow: Britain’s Busiest Airport: Estefania 7.00 Emmerdale April is incredulous, Matty is in trouble, and Marlon and Chas are extremely worried. 7.30 Coronation Street Alina makes a horrifying discovery about Hope, and Craig sets the record straight for James. 8.00 Heathrow: Britain’s Busiest Airport Going behind the scenes of Heathrow’s test and trace policy. 8.30 Coronation Street Alina is heartbroken by Tyrone’s confession, and Freda breaks the news of Norris’s death. 9.00 Fred and Rose West: Reopened Part one of two. Trevor McDonald presents as investigators explore new leads in the infamous case of Fred and Rose West, suggesting there may be more victims. 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 show. 11.40 Butterfly Maxine attempts to mutilate herself, convincing her parents that she must be allowed to live openly as a girl. However, her grandmother is appalled by the development, while the doctors at the gender clinic take the view that she is not yet ready to undergo medical intervention. Stars Anna Friel. (R) 12.30am Home Shopping 3.00 FYI Extra 3.15 ITV Nightscreen 5.05- 6.00am Tipping Point. Quiz show. (R) 10pm, The Man Putin Couldn’t Kill: Alexei Navalny 7.00 Channel 4 News 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 Changing Rooms Anna Richardson presents as two sets of Fareham neighbours transform each other’s rooms, with assistance from interior designers Laurence Llewelyn- Bowen, Jordan Cluroe and Russell Whitehead. 9.00 Grand Designs Kevin McCloud follows architect Iain and his wife Jenny, who intend to build an enormous black minimalist building right in the middle of a 19th-century Scottish country estate – and the neighbours are watching. 10.00 The Man Putin Couldn’t Kill An investigation into the incident in August 2020 when Russia’s opposition leader Alexei Navalny was taken ill during a flight to Moscow, having been poisoned. While world leaders struggled to get Navalny the treatment he needed, investigative journalists began to piece together what had happened. 11.30 Bin Laden: The Road to 9/11 The influence of the first Gulf War on Osama bin Laden’s life, as he turned against Saudi Arabia for seeking US support. (R) 12.30am Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA (R) 1.20 Deceit (R) 2.10 FILM Everest (2015, 12) Factbased adventure, starring Jason Clarke and Josh Brolin. ★★★ 4.10 Autumn at Jimmy’s Farm (R) 5.05-6.00am Location, Location, Location (R) 9pm, This Week on the Farm: Dave Nicholson 7.00 Coast to Coast with Robson Green The actor makes his way along Hadrian’s Wall, built to guard the northern frontier of the Roman Empire in AD122, and covering almost 80 miles in length from the Irish Sea to the North Sea. (R) 8.00 Coastal Devon & Cornwall with Michael Portillo Michael’s final stretch in Cornwall takes in a coastline of hidden coves, a sub-tropical garden and smugglers’ creeks, immortalised by Daphne du Maurier. 9.00 NEW This Week on the Farm Helen Skelton and Jules Hudson return to celebrate the very best of the autumn season with brothers Rob and Dave Nicholson at Cannon Hall Farm in South Yorkshire. 10.00 Stalked: Murder in Slow Motion Documentary examining the murder of Hollie Gazzard, who was repeatedly stabbed by her ex-boyfriend Asher Maslin at the hair salon where she worked in 2014. (R) 11.00 Police Code Zero: Officer Under Attack PC Mike Davey and his dog face a man armed with knives. A routine car stop turns into a life-threatening incident when the driver speeds off while the officer clings to the door. (R) 12.00m’t Criminals: Caught on Camera (R) 1.00 Entertainment News on 5 1.10 The 21.co.uk Live Casino Show 3.10 I Escaped a Cult (R) 4.00 Witches: A Century of Murder (R) 4.45 Wildlife SOS (R) 5.10 House Doctor (R) 5.35 Thomas & Friends (R) 5.50-6.00am Fireman Sam (R)

Freeview 6 ITV2 6.00am Love Bites 6.55 Ellen’s Game of Games 8.00 Emmerdale 8.30 You’ve Been Framed! Gold Top 100 Sportstars 9.30 Ellen’s Game of Games 10.30 Dress to Impress 11.30 Love Bites 12.30pm Emmerdale 1.00 You’ve Been Framed! Forever 2.00 Supermarket Sweep 3.00 Dress to Impress 4.00 Love Bites 5.00 You’ve Been Framed! Gold 6.00 Catchphrase for Soccer Aid David James, Chelcee Grimes and Marvin Humes take part in the gameshow. 7.00 Superstore Double bill. 8.00 Bob’s Burgers Double bill. 9.00 Ready to Mingle Louis H decides to step things up a gear, while tensions start to build between Jamie and Drew. 10.00 Family Guy Triple bill. 11.30 American Dad! Double bill. 12.25am Bob’s Burgers 1.20 Superstore 2.10 Totally Bonkers Guinness World Records 3.05 FYI Extra 3.20 ITV2 Nightscreen 3.30-6.00am Teleshopping Freeview 19 Dave 6.00am Teleshopping 7.10 Modern Wheels or Classic Steals 8.00 Timber Kings 9.00 Celebrity Storage Hunters 10.00 American Pickers 12.00noon Top Gear 2.00 Cop Car Workshop 3.00 Top Gear 5.00 Rick Stein’s Long Weekends 6.00 QI XL Extended edition. 7.00 Richard Osman’s House of Games 7.40 Would I Lie to You? Ben Miller, Henning Wehn, Doon Mackichan and Alex Brooker take part in the panel show. 8.20 QI With Lloyd Langford, Victoria Coren Mitchell and Jack Whitehall. 9.00 QI XL Extended edition. With Sarah Millican, Eddie Kadi and Noel Fielding. 10.00 Live at the Apollo With Lee Nelson, Stewart Francis and Paul Chowdhry. 11.00 Taskmaster Gameshow. 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 2.55 Mock the Week 3.30 Insert Name Here. Comedy panel game. 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 3.00 Mike & Molly 4.00 Brooklyn Nine-Nine 4.30 Married at First Sight UK 5.30 The Big Bang Theory 6.00 The Big Bang Theory Double bill. 7.00 Hollyoaks Brody goes to extreme lengths in a bid to protect Sienna. 7.30 Junior Bake Off The five best bakers compete for a place in the 2019 final. 9.00 Married at First Sight UK 10.10 World’s Greatest Weddings Couples who broke with tradition to make their wedding spectacular. 11.10 Naked Attraction Dating show. 12.10am Gogglebox 1.15 Married at First Sight UK 2.20 First Dates 3.15 The Big Bang Theory 3.40 Brooklyn Nine-Nine 4.05 The Goldbergs 4.55-6.00am Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA BBC Scotland 7.00pm Getting Hitched Asian Style. Saffron Events plan the weddings of two young couples. 8.00 The Scandals That Shocked Scotland. The sex scandal that tore apart a political party. 8.30 Hidden Lives 9.00 The Nine. The latest Scottish, UK and international news. 10.00 Two Doors Down 10.30 The Farm 10.55 IED: Improve Every Day. The story of a soldier who became a bodybuilder after losing his legs. 11.55pm-12.00m’t Loop SCOTLAND As BBC1 except: 1.30-1.45pm Reporting Scotland; Weather 2.15 Politics Scotland 3.00-3.45 Unbeatable 6.30-7.00 Reporting Scotland; Weather 10.25-10.30pm Reporting Scotland. Headline stories; Weather WALES As BBC1 except: 1.30-1.45pm BBC Wales Today; Weather 6.30-7.00 BBC Wales Today; Weather 8.00-9.00 Trapped Underground: The Gleision Mine Disaster. Wyre Davies reports on the 10th anniversary of the Gleision Mine Disaster. 10.25-10.30 BBC Wales Today; Weather 11.30pm-12.00m’t Hayley Goes WALES As BBC2 except: 7.00pm The Wedding Dress Shop 7.30-8.00pm The Hairy Bikers’ Pubs That Built Britain Freeview 20 Drama 6.00am Teleshopping 7.30 Doctor Finlay 8.30 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 Auf Wiedersehen, Pet 5.20 Birds of a Feather 6.00 Bread Aveline has an unfortunate experience on the catwalk. 6.40 ’Allo ’Allo! The British airmen make another escape attempt. 7.20 Last of the Summer Wine Howard tries to assume another identity. 8.00 The Inspector Lynley Mysteries Feature-length episode. Havers and Lynley investigate the murder of a Cambridge lecturer’s deaf daughter. 10.00 New Tricks A bloodstained bust is uncovered during construction work in a cemetery. Stars Dennis Waterman. 11.20 Bad Girls Helen finally catches Jim out on his collecting rounds. 12.30am Dalziel & Pascoe 2.35 Call the Midwife 4.00-6.00am Teleshopping Freeview 13 Freeview 18 More4 Variations Freeview 27 ITVBe 7.00am Olivia Meets Her Match 8.00 Buying and Selling 9.00 LittleBe 12.00noon Be Beautiful 12.10 The Real Housewives of Potomac 1.10 Olivia Meets Her Match 2.10 The Only Way Is Essex 3.10 Million Dollar Listing: LA 4.05 The Real Housewives of New Jersey 5.00 The Real Housewives of New York City 6.00 Masters of Flip Property series. 7.00 Buying and Selling Jonathan and Drew Scott help a widowed father of five. 8.00 Dinner Date Sasha from London appraises menus created by five suitors. 9.00 Botched: Most Outrageous OMG Patients Countdown 9.30 Botched: Most Outrageous Celebrity Patients Memorable encounters. 10.00 The Only Way Is Essex 11.00 Love Island USA Reality show. 11.55 The Only Way Is Essex Gemma returns to Essex after her spell in hospital. 12.45am FYI Extra. Entertainment news round-up. 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 3.50 Find It, Fix It, Flog It 5.55 The Secret Life of the Zoo 6.55 Escape to the Chateau: DIY Erin and JB host a 90th birthday party. 7.55 Grand Designs Kevin McCloud follows the progress of a couple hoping to build a functional home in Kent. 9.00 Great Canal Journeys Sheila Hancock and Gyles Brandreth travel along the Peak Forest Canal into Manchester. 10.00 Devon and Cornwall Following the community of Looe as they gear up for the annual one-mile swim from St George’s Island to the beach. 11.05 24 Hours in A&E A couple are brought in after a road accident. 12.10am 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown 1.15 Great Canal Journeys 2.20 Devon and Cornwall 3.25-3.50am Food Unwrapped. Previous cases. 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 Peston 12.00m’t Butterfly 12.50am Junk and Disorderly 1.40-3.00am ITV Nightscreen ITV WALES As ITV except: 1.55-2.00pm ITV News Cymru Wales 10.30-10.45pm ITV News Cymru Wales. The latest headline stories. S4C 6.00am Cyw 11.00 Dysgu Gyda Cyw 12.00noon Newyddion S4C a’r Tywydd 12.05pm Dau Gi Bach 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 Cynefin 4.00 Awr Fawr 5.00 Stwnsh 6.00 Straeon Tafarn 6.30 Adre 6.57 Newyddion S4C 7.00 Heno 7.30 Newyddion S4C a’r Tywydd 8.00 Pobol y Cwm. Anita is determined to stop Cassie telling the police about Mickey. 8.25 Y Byd yn ei Le. Guto Harri discusses hot topics of the week. 8.55 Newyddion S4C a’r Tywydd 9.00 Pawb a’i Farn. Betsan Powys chairs the discussion show. 10.00 9/11: Diwrnod Wnaeth Newid Fy Mwmyd. The impact of September 11, 2001. 11.00pm-12.05am Hewlfa Drysor Picks of the day Fred And Rose West: Reopened 9pm, ITV Fred and Rose West are known to have killed 12 women and girls. Fred committed suicide in 1995 before he could be brought to trial, but his wife was convicted of 10 murders. Their story horrified Britain, but there have been claims that the actual number of their victims may be even higher. In this two-part documentary, showing across consecutive evenings, Trevor McDonald joins forces Celebrity MasterChef 9pm, BBC One Some viewers were ready to make Bez and Su Pollard joint winners after episode one, but this week we find out who the judges think should be crowned Celebrity MasterChef. Finals week begins as the remaining chefs meet Calum Franklin, who has turned the pie into an art form. The celebs are then tasked with replicating one of his fab creations. BBC4 Freeview 9 7.00pm Great British Railway Journeys Michael Portillo travels from Whitland to Swansea. 7.30 The Joy of Painting Artist Bob Ross paints a frozen stream. 8.00 Wild Brazil Stephen Mangan narrates a documentary following the lives of families of capuchin monkeys, giant otters and coatis. 9.00 Measuring Mass: The Last Artefact A group of scientists try to redefine the weight of the world. 10.00 Gunda: Mother, Pig Documentary providing a glimpse into the lives of farm animals. 11.30 Inside America’s Treasure House: The Met The story of the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s closure during the Pandemic. 12.30am Handmade in Bolton 1.00 Great British Railway Journeys 1.30 Wild Brazil 2.30-3.25am Measuring Mass: The Last Artefact Jay’s Yorkshire Workshop 9pm, BBC Two Jay and his team set out to make a bespoke wingback chair for a Huddersfield hero known as Mr Bob, whose mental health charity has helped a lot of young men in crisis – including Shane, who has nominated him for the reward. The presenter also heads into Bradford to learn more about a youth worker called Sharat, who has helped turn people’s lives around. 5 USA 6.00am TJC 9.00 Murder, She Wrote 10.00 NCIS 12.00noon Law & Order 5.55 Entertainment News on 5 6.00 NCIS Four episodes. A private investigator finds the body of a missing Navy officer in a car at the bottom of a lake, and the discovery of a bullet leads to suspicions that the man was murdered; the investigation into a petty officer’s death takes a strange turn; Ducky identifies the dismembered bodies of two former colleagues; a woman claims to have witnessed a murder. 10.00 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Triple bill. A girl disappears at a Manhattan college party; a baby is abducted from a playground; a popular actor seeks to evade justice. 12.55am Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 1.50 Law & Order: Criminal Intent 3.35 Criminals: Caught on Camera 4.00-6.00am Teleshopping Wednesday 15 with former DCI Colin Sutton, investigative psychologist Donna Youngs, and author and West expert Howard Sounes to take a new look at the case. In this first episode, the team examines previously unseen documents, including the full statement from Janet Leach, who acted as Fred West’s “appropriate adult”, and records of discussions between West and his lawyer. FILM CHOICE Wild Rose 9pm, Film4 Jessie Buckley gets her own A Star Is Born moment in this enjoyable musical drama. She’s terrific as Glaswegian singer Rose-Lynn, who gets out of prison and sets about achieving her ambition of becoming a country music superstar. However, her mother (Julie Walters) thinks she should be focusing on her two young children rather than dreaming of Nashville. Freeview 21 Sky Arts F’view 11 6.00am Hollywood: Singing and Dancing 7.10 LSO: Sir Simon Rattle Conducts Bruckner and Messiaen 9.00 Tales of the Unexpected 10.00 Ian McKellen 11.00 The Eighties 12.00noon Lucian Freud: A Self Portrait 1.00 Tales of the Unexpected 2.00 Ed Harris 3.00 Fake! The Great Masterpiece Challenge 4.00 Joni Mitchell 4.30 Video Killed the Radio Star 5.00 Tales of the Unexpected 6.00 Discovering: Gary Oldman 7.00 Portrait Artist of the Year 2020 8.00 Sky Arts Book Club 9.00 FILM Romeo & Juliet (2020) A National Theatre production. ★★★ 10.40 Landmark Competition. 11.40 Andie MacDowell: Off Camera 1.00am Comedy Legends 2.00 Laurel and Hardy: Their Lives and Magic 3.45 Arts Uncovered 4.00 Cheltenham Literature Festival 2020 5.00-6.00am The Eighties

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 Morning Live Magazine. 10.00 Crimewatch Live Appeals for information about crimes. 10.45 Close Calls: On Camera The bomb squad is called. 11.15 Homes Under the Hammer Houses in Derby and South and West Yorkshire. 12.15pm Bargain Hunt Charlie Ross hosts in Anglesey. (R) 1.00 BBC News at One; Weather 1.30 Regional News; Weather 1.45 Doctors Ruhma is taken aback by a discussion. 2.15 Unbeatable Quiz show. 3.00 Escape to the Country The search for a home in the Shropshire countryside. (R) 3.45 Garden Rescue A Cardiff woman seeks a garden that reflects her love of travel. 4.30 Antiques Road Trip James Braxton and Irita Marriott are in Wiltshire and Dorset. 5.15 Pointless Quiz, hosted by Alexander Armstrong. 6.00 BBC News at Six; Weather 6.30 Regional News; Weather 6.30am Escape to the Country (R) 7.15 Garden Rescue (R) 8.00 Sign Zone: Gardeners’ World Spring planting. (R) 9.00 BBC News at 9 10.00 BBC News Headlines. 12.15pm Politics Live 1.00 Eggheads Quiz show. (R) 1.30 Make Me a Dealer A businessman and a behaviour consultant compete. (R) 2.15 The Big Painting Challenge The contestants visit Whipsnade Zoo. (R) 3.15 The Dark: Nature’s Nighttime World The puma’s nocturnal hunting methods. Last in the series. (R) 4.15 Who Do You Think You Are? Sophie Raworth investigates her family history. (R) 5.15 Flog It! From Muncaster Castle in Cumbria. (R) 6.00 Richard Osman’s House of Games Kaye Adams, Mark Chapman, Philip Glenister and Thanyia Moore take part. 6.30 Take a Hike Former deputy mayor Chaz serves up a spicy picnic on Dartmoor. 6.00am Good Morning Britain Morning magazine featuring a mix of news and current affairs and lifestyle features. 9.00 Lorraine Entertainment and the latest fashion news. 10.00 This Morning Daily magazine, featuring a mix of celebrity chat, showbusiness news, lifestyle features, topical discussion, health and beauty advice and more. 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 Judge Rinder Real-life cases in a studio courtroom. 3.00 Tenable A team of community nurses take part. (R) 3.59 Regional Weather 4.00 Tipping Point Quiz show. 5.00 The Chase Lee, Phoebe, Gillian and Jonathan hope to secure a cash prize. 6.00 Regional News; Weather 6.30 ITV Evening News; Weather 6.00am Countdown Myleene Klass is in Dictionary Corner. (R) 6.40 Cheers Double bill. (R) 7.40 The King of Queens (R) 9.05 Frasier Triple bill. (R) 10.30 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA An Italian restaurant in Pennsylvania. (R) 11.25 Channel 4 News Summary 11.30 Find It, Fix It, Flog It Finds include a potato oven and an old petrol pump. (R) 12.30pm Steph’s Packed Lunch 2.10 Countdown Gameshow. 3.00 A Place in the Sun A dream holiday home in Tuscany. 4.00 The Great House Giveaway A property valuer and a teaching assistant buy a house in Merseyside. (R) 5.00 Four in a Bed At the Holford Arms in Tetbury in Gloucestershire. 5.30 Come Dine with Me Video director Dean offers a tried-and-tested menu. 6.00 The Simpsons Bart decides to steal a kiss from a girl. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks Leah entices Ste to pull a joke on James. (R) 6.00am Milkshake! Children’s TV. 9.15 Jeremy Vine Discussion. 11.15 The Nightmare Neighbour Next Door An ex-paratrooper is dragged into a battle with his new neighbours. (R) 12.15pm 5 News at Lunchtime 12.20 Traffic Cops A fire extinguisher is launched from a fleeing getaway car. (R) 1.15 Home and Away See 6.00pm for details. 1.45 Neighbours See 5.30pm for details. 2.15 FILM Evil Nanny (2016, 12) Thriller, starring Lindsay Elston and Nicole Sterling. ★★ 4.00 Bargain Brits in the Sun The national football team plays a friendly against Malta. (R) 5.00 5 News at 5 Headlines. 5.30 Neighbours Levi tells Amy that he will have to hold off on some things after his mother unexpectedly arrives. (R) 6.00 Home and Away Nikau’s surgery goes awry and Christian desperately tries to fix everything. (R) 6.30 5 News Tonight Headlines. 7 8 9 10 11 12 midnight 7pm, The One Show: Gethin Jones 7.00 The One Show Live topical magazine show presented by Sam Quek and Gethin Jones. 7.35 EastEnders Martin visits Stacey in prison to tell her what Ruby has been getting up to, and Jean is under pressure to reveal everything. 8.00 Celebrity MasterChef The four best cooks’ penultimate challenge is the toughest of the competition – the Chef’s Table – hosted by Tom Kerridge. The finalists must deliver food of an exceptional standard to impress Michel Roux Jr, Lisa Goodwin-Allen, Paul Ainsworth and Aktar Islam. After which, all that stands in between the celebs and a place in the final three is a single dish inspired by someone they love or admire. 9.00 Patrick Kielty: One Hundred Years of Union In its centenary year, the presenter investigates why a new trade border in the Irish Sea has led to violent protests in Northern Ireland, sparking fear of a return to conflict nearly 25 years after the end of the Troubles – a conflict that claimed thousands of lives. 10.00 BBC News at Ten 10.25 Regional News; Weather 10.35 NEW Question Time Fiona Bruce presents the topical debate, inviting a panel of politicians and other guests to answer questions from a virtual audience on subjects that have made the headlines over the past week. 11.35 Newscast Top BBC news correspondents discuss the week’s biggest stories on their weekly round-up from Westminster; Weather 12.10-6.00am BBC News 6pm, Richard Osman’s House of Games: Philip Glenister 7.00 Celebrity Antiques Road Trip Broadcaster Mariella Frostrup and designer Pearl Lowe search for antiques in Somerset, spotting items including Norwegian jewellery, African sculpture and traditional furniture. (R) 8.00 Your Garden Made Perfect Following on from the innovative series Your Home Made Perfect, Angela Scanlon returns with this show that offers the same hi-tech makeover technology to outdoor spaces. (R) 9.00 A Killing in Tiger Bay The men are put on trial despite the lack of any forensic evidence tying them to the crime, and face a marathon ordeal at court in what would become Britain’s longest murder trial. 10.00 QI Sandi Toksvig uncovers a stash of secrets, while Alan Davies, James Acaster, Daliso Chaponda and Cariad Lloyd lend a hand with the quite interesting facts. 10.30 Newsnight Headline analysis, with Emma Barnett. 11.15 Amy Winehouse: A Life in Ten Pictures A journey through the singer’s life in 10 defining photos, from famous shots to private snaps, with the stories behind them revealed by those who were there and knew her best. (R) 12.15am Sign Zone: Parkinson at 50. Michael Parkinson looks back on his career with his son and producer Mike, and examines how his talk show went from being a temporary filler show to an iconic Saturday night staple. (R) 1.15 Sign Zone: Celebrity MasterChef (R) 2.45-6.15am This Is BBC Two 4pm, Tipping Point: Ben Shephard 7.00 Emmerdale Long-running soap following the ups and downs of village life amid the rolling scenery of the Yorkshire Dales. April opens up to Rhona, Chas is made an offer, and Kim is chuffed, having bought herself a race horse. 8.00 Coronation Street More drama with the residents of England’s most famous cobbled street. Tyrone follows Alina and begs her to stay, Mary and Freda clash over Norris’s send-off, and Imran remains determined to help Kelly. 9.00 Fred and Rose West: Reopened Part two of two. The investigative team’s discovery of ‘blue material’ beneath a cafe in Gloucester leads police to take over the search. Presented by Trevor McDonald. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather 10.30 Regional News; Weather 10.45 Paul O’Grady’s Saturday Night Line Up Comedy chat and gameshow with guests Jack Dee, Joanna Page and Rob Rinder appearing in the first edition. (R) 11.30 Butterfly Vicky forges Stephen’s signature to obtain consent for Maxine’s treatment at a US clinic, but he has already reported her to the police and she is arrested on her return to the UK. Drama, starring Anna Friel. (R) 12.20am Home Shopping 3.00 FYI Extra 3.15 Martin & Roman’s Weekend Best! Sharleen Spiteri joins Martin and Roman Kemp on the show, while resident chef Shivi Ramoutar helps the father and son develop their culinary skills. (R) 4.05 ITV Nightscreen 5.05-6.00am Tipping Point (R) 8pm, Joe Lycett’s Got Your Back 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 Joe Lycett’s Got Your Back Stand-up comic Sarah Millican joins the host as he takes on Virgin Media’s terms and conditions. Plus, comedian Sophie Duker investigates the sale of people’s data on the dark web. 9.00 Help Drama set in a fictional Liverpool care home telling the moving story of a young care home worker and a challenging patient during the onset of the coronavirus pandemic in the spring of 2020. Intelligent social misfit Sarah unexpectedly finds her calling as a carer with a talent for connecting with residents, especially 47-yearold Tony, whose young-onset Alzheimer’s causes periods of confusion and violent outbursts. Jodie Comer and Stephen Graham star. 11.05 First Dates A Disney fan seeks a fresh start after losing her last partner due to a tragic accident, while 27-year-old Craig wants to find a man who will share his love of dogs, plus a retired Butlins redcoat has high hopes for her date. (R) 12.05am Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA (R) 12.50 Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins (R) 1.50 FILM Birds of Passage (2018, 15) Drama, starring Natalia Reyes. ★★★★ 3.55 Couples Come Dine with Me (R) 4.50 Location, Location, Location (R) 5.45-6.00am Food Unwrapped (R) 8pm, Nick Knowles’ Big House Clearout 7.00 How to Stop Your IBS Documentary shining a light on irritable bowel syndrome in an attempt to destigmatise the condition, offering expert advice, treatment and psychological support for a selection of people with IBS. 8.00 Nick Knowles’ Big House Clearout Nick helps a family of four in Stanwell. Mum Kelly and dad Paul had always rented properties, but their first family home is now full of unnecessary items that left them feeling trapped. 9.00 NEW All Creatures Great and Small A trip back home to Glasgow presents James Herriot with a dilemma that will mean choosing between the people he loves when he is offered a position at his old mentor’s practice. 10.00 A&E After Dark A young man has to be restrained by police officers in the ambulance bay after shouting and swearing at medical staff. Simon is rushed to hospital with serious injuries after being thrown off his horse and cart at high speed. (R) 11.05 Armed and Deadly: Police UK This programme follows operations carried out by armed response teams, combining real footage with news coverage of the aftermath, and testimony from the officers themselves. (R) 12.05am Adults Only: Cam Girl Millionaires (R) 1.00 The 21.co.uk Live Casino Show 3.00 Entertainment News 3.10 Secrets of Tutankhamun’s Treasures (R) 3.55 Witches: A Century of Murder (R) 4.45 Wildlife SOS (R) 5.10 House Doctor (R) 5.35 Thomas & Friends 5.50-6.00am Fireman Sam (R)

ITV2 6.00am Love Bites 6.55 Ellen’s Game of Freeview 6 ITVBe Freeview 27 7.00am Olivia Meets Her Match 8.00 Buying and Selling 9.00 LittleBe 12.00noon Unboxed 12.30 The Real Housewives of Potomac 1.30 Olivia Meets Her Match 2.30 The Only Way Is Essex 3.10 Million Dollar Listing: LA 4.05 The Real Housewives of New Jersey 5.00 The Real Housewives of New York City 6.00 Masters of Flip DIY series. 7.00 Buying and Selling A couple who have outgrown their starter home. 8.00 Dinner Date A Birmingham man casts his eye over menus prepared by five potential sweethearts. 9.00 Vanderpump Rules Jax kicks Sandoval out of his wedding party. 10.00 Totally Unbelievable: Celebrity Homes Remarkable residences. 11.00 Love Island USA Reality series. 11.55 The Only Way Is Essex Amber T has an awkward encounter with Georgia. 12.45am FYI Extra. Entertainment news. 1.00-7.00am Teleshopping Dave Freeview 19 Freeview 20 Drama 5.00-6.00am The Goldbergs Variations 6.00am Teleshopping 7.30 Doctor Finlay 8.30 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 Auf Wiedersehen, Pet 5.20 Birds of a Feather 6.00 Bread Freddie is arrested. 6.40 ’Allo ’Allo! The gang gets trapped. 7.20 Last of the Summer Wine Cooper and Walsh try to master a new crimefighting technique. However, their carefully laid plans are ruined by Barry. 8.00 Dalziel & Pascoe The death of a rich entrepreneur brings Dalziel into contact with an old flame. Warren Clarke stars. 10.00 New Tricks Ucos is threatened with closure, just as the team is getting somewhere with an investigation into the murder of a political activist 15 years earlier. 11.20 Bad Girls Yvonne is the prime suspect when Virginia is found dead. 12.35am Dalziel & Pascoe 2.40 Call the Midwife 4.00-6.00am Teleshopping E4 Freeview 13 More4 Freeview 18 Games 8.00 Emmerdale 8.30 Coronation Street 9.30 Ellen’s Game of Games 10.30 Dress to Impress 11.30 Love Bites 12.30pm Emmerdale 1.00 Coronation Street 2.00 Supermarket Sweep 3.00 Dress to Impress 4.00 Love Bites 5.00 You’ve Been Framed! Gold 6.00 Celebrity Catchphrase Nicola Coughlan, Stephen Mangan and Toyah Willcox take part on the gameshow. 7.00 Superstore Double bill. 8.00 Bob’s Burgers Double bill. 9.00 Ready to Mingle The partners cause havoc as they take over for the day, while a new man arrives in an attempt to break up the love triangle. Katherine Ryan hosts. 10.05 Family Guy Triple bill. 11.30 American Dad! Double bill. 12.25am Bob’s Burgers 1.20 Superstore 2.10 The Stand Up Sketch Show 3.05 FYI Extra 3.20 ITV2 Nightscreen 3.30-6.00am Teleshopping 6.00am Teleshopping 7.10 Modern Wheels or Classic Steals 8.00 Ultimate Movers 9.00 Celebrity Storage Hunters 10.00 American Pickers 12.00noon Top Gear 2.00 Cop Car Workshop 3.00 Top Gear 5.00 Rick Stein’s Road to Mexico 6.00 QI XL Extended edition. 7.00 Richard Osman’s House of Games 7.40 Would I Lie to You? The Unseen Bits Previously unseen material. 8.20 QI Christmas Festive edition, with Carrie Fisher, Bill Bailey and Jimmy Carr. 9.00 QI XL Extended edition. 10.00 Late Night Mash Nish Kumar and the team share up-to-the-minute topical insights and fake news reports. 11.00 British as Folk Darren Harriott and Ivo Graham disembark in Leicester. 12.00m’t Taskmaster 1.00 Have I Got a Bit More News for You 2.00 Would I Lie to You? The Unseen Bits 2.45 QI Christmas 3.20 Richard Osman’s House of Games 4.00-6.00am Teleshopping 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 3.00 Mike & Molly 4.00 Brooklyn Nine-Nine 4.30 Married at First Sight UK 5.40 Rude(ish) Tube Shorts 6.00 The Big Bang Theory Double bill. 7.00 Hollyoaks The village residents try to come to terms with yesterday’s events. 7.30 Young Sheldon Dr Sturgis spies on Meemaw’s new boyfriend. 8.00 World’s Greatest Weddings 9.00 Married at First Sight UK 10.00 Married at First Sight UK: Afters 10.45 Naked Attraction Reality series. 11.50 Gogglebox TV opinion. 12.55am Rick and Morty 1.25 NEW Robot Chicken 1.55 Married at First Sight UK 2.50 First Dates 3.45 The Big Bang Theory 4.35 Brooklyn Nine-Nine 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 My Kind of Town. Ian Hamilton explores Annan in Dumfries and Galloway. 7.30 Fish Town 8.00 Beechgrove 8.30 Landward 9.00 The Nine. The latest Scottish, UK and international news. 10.00 The Scotts 10.30 Best of Chewin’ the Fat 11.00 Two Doors Down 11.30pm-12.00m’t Up for It SCOTLAND As BBC1 except: 11.15am Bargain Hunt. Charlie Ross hosts from the Agricultural Showground on Anglesey. 12.00noon-1.00pm Scottish First Minister’s Questions 1.30-1.45pm Reporting Scotland; Weather 6.30-7.00 Reporting Scotland 10.25-10.30pm Reporting Scotland; Weather WALES As BBC1 except: 1.30-1.45pm BBC Wales Today; Weather 6.30-7.00 BBC Wales Today; Weather 9.00-10.00 A Killing in Tiger Bay. The men are put on trial despite the lack of any forensic evidence tying them to the crime, and face a marathon ordeal at court in what would become Britain’s longest murder trial. 10.25-10.30pm BBC Wales Today; Weather 8.55am Food Unwrapped 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 Secret Life of the Zoo 6.55 Escape to the Chateau: DIY Dick helps Erin and JB fix some rusty hinges. 7.55 Grand Designs Revisiting Francis and Karen Shaw, who bought a peel tower in Yorkshire, discovering that the cost of restoring it has meant the reality of living there is nothing like their dream. 9.00 Mend It for Money Sisters Ali and Catherine bring in a genuine family heirloom for restoration – a vintage record player and radio set which has been entertaining their family for decades. 10.00 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown 11.05 999: On the Front Line Paramedics help a 15-year-old girl trapped in a car. 12.10am 24 Hours in A&E 1.15 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown 2.20 Mend It for Money 3.25-3.50am Food Unwrapped WALES As BBC2 except: 7.00pm The Hairy Bikers’ Asian Adventure 7.30-8.00 Children’s Ward 9.00-10.00pm Patrick Kielty: One Hundred Years of Union. How the trauma of the past is shaping the future of Northern Ireland. 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 11.30 Butterfly 12.20-3.00am ITV Nightscreen ITV WALES As ITV except: 1.55-2.00pm ITV News Cymru Wales. The latest reports. 10.30-10.45pm ITV News Cymru Wales S4C 6.00am Cyw 12.00noon Newyddion S4C a’r Tywydd 12.05pm Pysgod i Bawb 12.30 Heno 1.00 Teithiau Tramor Iolo 1.30 Triathlon Cymru 2.00 Newyddion S4C a’r Tywydd 2.05 Prynhawn Da 3.00 Newyddion S4C a’r Tywydd 3.05 Stori Jimmy Murphy 4.00 Awr Fawr 5.00 Stwnsh 6.00 Bad Achub Porthdinllaen 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 Bois y Rhondda 9.30 Wyt Ti’n Iawn 10.00 Rygbi Pawb 10.45-11.45pm Yn y Gwaed Picks of the day Help 9pm, Channel 4 They’re both masters when it comes to accent work, but real-life Scousers Jodie Comer and Stephen Graham are staying close to home in this moving feature-length drama. The brainchild of award-winning writer Jack Thorne, the action takes place in a Liverpool care home in the spring of 2020. Sarah (Comer) has always been a misfit, but has found solace in her work, forming strong All Creatures Great And Small 9pm, Channel 5 The second series picks up three months after the events of its predecessor. Young vet James Herriot faces a dilemma – should he take up a job offer back in Glasgow or stay in the Yorkshire Dales so that he can woo Helen? Perhaps he’ll make up his mind after the couple are thrown together by an emergency at a local farm. BBC4 Freeview 9 7.00pm Great British Railway Journeys Michael Portillo travels from Pontyclun to Ebbw Vale. 7.30 The Joy of Painting Bob Ross paints a perfect little fishing spot. 8.00 FILM Three Men in a Boat (1975, PG) Comedy, starring Tim Curry and Michael Palin. ★★★★ 9.05 Imagine – Tom Stoppard: A Charmed Life Playwright Tom Stoppard tells Alan Yentob the story of his life and his latest play, Leopoldstadt, in which he faces up to the pain and loss in his past. 10.35 FILM Shakespeare in Love (1998, 15) Period romantic comedy, starring Joseph Fiennes and Gwyneth Paltrow. ★★★★★ 12.30am Handmade in Bolton 1.00 Great British Railway Journeys 1.30 Female Filmmakers: BBC Introducing Arts 2.30-3.30am The Art of Japanese Life Patrick Kielty: One Hundred Years Of Union 9pm, BBC One On 3 May, 1921, the partitioning of Ireland created the new nation of Northern Ireland. A century on, County Down-born Kielty takes a look at what may lie ahead for the country. He asks why a new trade border in the Irish Sea is causing so much friction, and wonders whether fears of renewed conflict echoing the Troubles are justified. 5 USA 6.00am TJC 9.00 Murder, She Wrote 10.00 NCIS 10.55 Entertainment News on 5 11.00 NCIS 12.00noon Law & Order. Crime drama. 6.00 NCIS A US Marine is found dead. 6.55 Entertainment News on 5 7.00 NCIS Double bill. The body of a petty officer is found lying in bed next to a barman; two eyeballs are sent to a petty officer’s home. 9.00 Law & Order: Criminal Intent Double bill. A teenager goes missing; more sordid secrets about the Garretts emerge. 11.00 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Double bill. Benson and Barba confront a powerful administrator; a man goes on a killing spree. 12.50am Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 1.50 Chicago PD 3.30 Criminals: Caught on Camera 3.55 Entertainment News on 5 4.00-6.00am Teleshopping Thursday 16 bonds with several of the residents. Among them is Tony (Graham) who, at just 47, is suffering from early onset Alzheimer’s. She helps him deal with periods of confusion and subsequent violent outbursts, but there’s trouble on the way thanks to the pandemic. Suddenly, the staff are pushed to their limits. Sarah fights for those in her care, but the pressure soon takes its toll. FILM CHOICE Behind Enemy Lines 6.55pm, Film4 Owen Wilson may seem an unlikely action hero on paper, but he acquits himself well in this gripping drama set during the Bosnian War. He plays Burnett, a pilot shot down over enemy territory after filming evidence of genocide. Meanwhile, a NATO air commander (Gene Hackman) defies orders to find a way to rescue Burnett before the Serb militia get their hands on him. Freeview 21 Sky Arts F’view 11 6.00am Puccini By Andrea Colombini 7.00 Placido Domingo Live at Loreley 9.00 Tales of the Unexpected 10.00 Discovering: Ed Harris 11.00 The Eighties 12.00noon National Treasures: The Art of Collecting 1.00 Tales of the Unexpected 2.00 Discovering: Gary Oldman 3.00 Landmark 4.00 Neil Diamond: Music Icons 4.30 Video Killed the Radio Star 5.00 Tales of the Unexpected 6.00 Discovering: Bruce Willis 7.00 Cold War & Cinema 8.00 Great Film Composers: The Music of the Movies 9.00 Comedy Legends 10.00 John Goodman: Off Camera 11.15 The Movies Cult classics from ET to The Breakfast Club. 12.15am Genesis: The Last Domino? 1.35 Destiny’s Child Live in Atlanta 4.00 Cheltenham Literature Festival 2020 5.00-6.00am The Eighties

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 Morning Live Magazine. 10.00 Crimewatch Live 10.45 Close Calls: On Camera 11.15 Homes Under the Hammer The development of properties in Kent, Nottinghamshire and west London. (R) 12.15pm Bargain Hunt 1.00 BBC News at One; Weather 1.30 Regional News; Weather 1.45 Unbeatable Quiz show. 2.30 The Repair Shop An antique skeleton clock, a giant teddy bear and a transistor radio are restored by the experts. 3.00 Escape to the Country Ginny Buckley helps a former army couple find a new home in Devon. (R) 3.45 Garden Rescue A Pontypridd couple seek a space in which they can enjoy the wildlife. 4.30 Antiques Road Trip James Braxton and Irita Marriott head to the final auction. 5.15 Pointless Quiz show. 6.00 BBC News at Six; Weather 6.30 Regional News; Weather 6.15am Homes Under the Hammer The development of houses in in Derby and South and West Yorkshire. (R) 7.15 Garden Rescue (R) 8.00 Sign Zone: The House That £100K Built (R) 9.00 BBC News at 9 10.00 BBC News 12.15pm Politics UK 1.00 Eggheads (R) 1.30 Make Me a Dealer (R) 2.15 The Big Painting Challenge The artists visit the National Portrait Gallery. (R) 3.15 The Hairy Bikers’ Bakeation Si King and Dave Myers seek out the best baking in Europe, beginning in Norway. (R) 4.15 Madagascar, Lemurs and Spies: Natural World (R) 5.15 Flog It! Interesting finds. (R) 6.00 Richard Osman’s House of Games Kaye Adams, Mark Chapman, Philip Glenister and Thanyia Moore compete. 6.30 Take a Hike B&B owner Colin hosts the last Devon hike on a trail from Greenway to Dartmouth. 6.00am Good Morning Britain 9.00 Lorraine Entertainment news. 10.00 This Morning Daily magazine, featuring a mix of celebrity chat, showbusiness news, lifestyle features, topical discussion, health and beauty advice and more. 12.30pm Loose Women Celebrity interviews and topical debate with the panel. 1.30 ITV News; Weather 1.55 Regional News; Weather 2.00 Judge Rinder Derek is in court to claim an outstanding severance fee. 3.00 Tenable A family team takes on the Tenable Tower. (R) 3.59 Regional Weather 4.00 Tipping Point Quiz show, hosted by Ben Shephard. 5.00 The Chase Bradley Walsh presents as Julie, Dhiren, Emma and Christopher answer general knowledge questions and work as a team to take on one of the Chasers and secure a cash prize. 6.00 Regional News; Weather 6.30 ITV Evening News; Weather 6.00am Countdown (R) 6.40 Cheers Double bill. (R) 7.40 The King of Queens (R) 9.05 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 the weekday magazine. 2.10 Countdown With Pam Ayres in Dictionary Corner. 3.00 A Place in the Sun A couple seek a holiday home in southern Tenerife. 4.00 The Great House Giveaway A couple team up with a stranger to buy a house in Porthmadog, north Wales. (R) 5.00 Four in a Bed The B&Bers meet up to air their grievances. 5.30 Come Dine with Me 6.00 The Simpsons With the guest voice of Sacha Baron Cohen. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks The village residents try to come to terms with the consequences of yesterday’s events. (R) 6.00am Milkshake! Children’s TV. 9.15 Jeremy Vine Discussion. 11.15 The Nightmare Neighbour Next Door Disputes between people whose houses border each other. (R) 12.15pm 5 News at Lunchtime 12.20 Traffic Cops (R) 1.15 Home and Away (R) 1.45 Neighbours 2.15 FILM Killer in Red (2018, PG) Personal stylist Kat develops a connection with new client Christa, but when her admiration turns into obsession, Christa grows suspicious. Thriller, starring Tammin Sursok. ★★★ 4.00 Bargain Brits in the Sun The Jolly Boys gang works on a replica of an Italian Second World War submarine. (R) 5.00 5 News at 5 5.30 Neighbours Evelyn seems disinterested in Sheila’s attempts to make amends. (R) 6.00 Home and Away Mackenzie learns that Tane and Ziggy’s relationship has ended. (R) 6.30 5 News Tonight 7 8 9 10 11 12 midnight 10.35pm, Bill Bailey: Larks in Transit 7.00 The One Show Live chat and topical reports, with Ronan Keating and Rylan Clark-Neal. 7.30 Question of Sport With Amy Williams, Leon Osman, Anna Hopkin and Anton Du Beke. Light-hearted quiz, hosted by Paddy McGuinness. 8.00 EastEnders Martin confronts Ruby to ask why she has been lying to him, while Dotty and Tiffany come to blows. 8.30 Would I Lie to You? With Johnny Vegas, Alex Jones, Martin Lewis and Anna Maxwell-Martin. (R) 9.00 Celebrity MasterChef The three remaining contenders compete in the final, tasked to cook and present a threecourse meal for judgement by John Torode and Gregg Wallace. Last in the series. 9.30 The Cleaner Wicky tries to help a pompous novelist with two problems – his grandmother has just died in his living room and he has writer’s block. Comedy, written by and starring Greg Davies, with guest star David Mitchell. 10.00 BBC News at Ten 10.25 Regional News; Weather 10.35 Bill Bailey: Larks in Transit A stand-up performance at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, with the comedian sharing tales from more than 20 years as an entertainer. 11.35 FILM The Graduate (1967, 12) A naive college graduate is seduced by a middle-aged woman, only to fall in love with her daughter. Comedy drama, starring Dustin Hoffman, Anne Bancroft and Katharine Ross. ★★★★★ 1.20am Weather for the Week Ahead 1.25-6.00am BBC News 9.30pm, The North Water: Patrick Sumner 7.00 MOTDx Football discussion. 7.30 Remarkable Places to Eat Nisha Katona takes Fred Sirieix to San Sebastian for a meal at one of the world’s top restaurants and to visit a tiny sports bar to learn the secrets of the perfect tortilla. (R) 8.30 Gardeners’ World Toby Buckland gives tips on maintenance for borders, and singer-songwriter Billie Marten shares her passion for growing vegetables. Adam Frost reports from his garden with a seasonal catch-up. 9.30 The North Water Sumner’s adventure turns into a nightmare when one of the crew is murdered and he can’t escape a feeling that Henry Drax is the culprit. Meanwhile, Drax has a daring opportunity to escape, but must convince Cavendish to help him. Mystery, starring Colin Farrell, Jack O’Connell, Stephen Graham, Sam Spruell and Gary Lamont. 10.30 Newsnight The day’s important national and international news stories. Presented by Kirsty Wark. 11.05 Fever Pitch: The Rise of the Premier League A look at the title race between Blackburn Rovers and Manchester United in the 1994-95 season, assessing the impact of Eric Cantona’s ban for attacking a Crystal Palace supporter. (R) 12.05am FILM Life on the Line (2015, 15) The head of a power line team is sent in to fix the grid just as a huge storm hits Texas. Action thriller, starring John Travolta and Kate Bosworth. ★★★ 1.35 Sign Zone: Dirty Secrets of the Cigarette Business: Panorama (R) 2.05-6.35am This Is BBC Two 8pm, Simply Raymond Blanc: Raymond 7.00 Emmerdale Bob is emotional, and Marlon is furious. 7.30 Coronation Street Alya experiences a trying day at work, Tyrone hunts for a way to discredit Phill, and Max’s poor performance at school gives cause for concern. 8.00 Simply Raymond Blanc The chef shares his love of new produce from the gardens and explains why seasonality is important and why everyone should embrace it. 8.30 Coronation Street Alya turns to Zeedan for help. 9.00 Grantchester Will and Geordie are drawn into the world of local politics when the apparent suicide of Councillor Derek McArthur prompts an election, but his widow is convinced he was murdered. Drama, with Robson Green. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather 10.30 Regional News; Weather 10.45 FILM Rocky (1976, 12) Philadelphia brawler Rocky Balboa gets a shot at the world heavyweight title when current champion Apollo Creed decides to give an unknown boxer a chance in celebration of America’s bicentennial. Oscar-winning drama, starring Sylvester Stallone, Talia Shire, Burgess Meredith, Burt Young, Carl Weathers, Joe Spinell and Joe Frazier. ★★★★ 12.50am Home Shopping 3.00 FYI Extra 3.15 Martin & Roman’s Weekend Best! Alex Horne, Danny O’Donaghue and Susan Cookman join Martin and Roman Kemp for more celebrity chat, music and comedy, as well as games and light-hearted challenges. (R) 4.05-6.00am ITV Nightscreen 9pm, Gogglebox: Jenny and Lee 7.00 Channel 4 News 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 Kirstie and Phil’s Love It or List It Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer meet Carly and Phil in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, who are unsure whether they should renovate their current home or move into another. (R) 9.00 NEW Gogglebox New series. The nation’s favourite armchair critics return to share their opinions on what they have been watching during the week, with cameras capturing their instant reactions. 10.00 Highlife Docu-ality series following the lives of aspirational, ambitious, successful British Nigerians and Ghanaians Toni, Kamille, Tomi, Chiefer, Bernicia, Cuppy, Kiddwaya and Irene. 11.05 FILM The Huntsman: Winter’s War (2016, 12) Two warriors try to conceal their forbidden love as they fight to survive the intentions of the ice Queen Freya and her sister Ravenna. Adventure, starring Chris Hemsworth and Emily Blunt. ★★★ 1.10am Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA. Problems at Cafe Kingston in California. (R) 2.00 Celebrity Undercover Boss USA. Chef Marcus Samuelsson goes undercover to find America’s next great chef. (R) 2.50 Come Dine with Me (R) 5.05-6.00am Location, Location, Location (R) 7pm, Secret Scotland with Susan Calman 7.00 Secret Scotland with Susan Calman The comedian traverses the North Coast 500, a 500-mile trip around the northernmost parts of Britain. Beginning in Golspie, Susan travels round the coast to Dunrobin Castle. (R) 8.00 NEW The Cotswolds with Pam Ayres The poet sets off on a journey that takes in parts of Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire, Warwickshire, Wiltshire and Worcestershire, beginning in the village of Bourton-on-the-Water. 9.00 NEW Lighthouses: Building the Impossible Rob Bell heads nine miles out into the English Channel to discover why building the world’s first rock lighthouse was such a monumental engineering achievement. 10.00 Greatest Hits of the 80s The stories behind six songs from the decade, examining Careless Whisper, Vienna, Do You Really Want to Hurt Me, Smooth Operator, 1999 and Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This). (R) 11.25 Swayze: The Demons & the Dance A profile of the actor, who shot to fame in 1987 with his lead role in box-office hit Dirty Dancing and went on to star in films including Ghost and Point Break. (R) 12.50am Entertainment News on 5 1.00 The 21.co.uk Live Casino Show 3.00 Entertainment News on 5 3.05 Secrets of Tutankhamun’s Treasures (R) 3.55 The Funny Thing About Love and Sex (R) 4.45 Wildlife SOS (R) 5.10 House Doctor (R) 5.35-5.50am Thomas & Friends (R)

ITV2 6.00am Love Bites 6.55 Ellen’s Game of Games 8.00 Emmerdale 9.00 Coronation Street 10.00 Dress to Impress 11.00 Love Bites 12.00noon Emmerdale 1.00 Coronation Street 2.00 Supermarket Sweep 3.00 Dress to Impress 4.00 Love Bites. Kyle from Newcastle hopes that his love of good food will help him pick his perfect date. 5.00 You’ve Been Framed! Unchained! 6.00 Catchphrase Celebrity Special 7.00 Superstore Double bill. 8.00 Bob’s Burgers Double bill. 9.00 Ready to Mingle The partners cause havoc as they take over for the day, while a new man arrives in an attempt to break Freeview 6 ITVBe Freeview 27 7.00am Olivia Meets Her Match 8.00 Buying and Selling 9.00 LittleBe 12.00noon Unboxed 12.30 The Real Housewives of Potomac 1.30 The Real Housewives of Cheshire 2.30 The Only Way Is Essex 3.10 Million Dollar Listing: LA 4.05 The Real Housewives of New Jersey 5.00 The Real Housewives of New York City. The chaos in Cancun continues as Luann confronts Dorinda. 6.00 Masters of Flip Dave and Kortney Wilson fix up a run-down property. 7.00 Buying and Selling Cristal and Scott need a bigger home, so Drew and Jonathan put together a plan. 8.00 Dinner Date Amy from London casts her eye over menus prepared by five potential sweethearts. 9.00 Botched Double bill. 11.00 Love Island USA 11.55 The Only Way Is Essex 12.45am FYI Extra. Entertainment news. 1.00-7.00am Teleshopping Dave Freeview 19 Freeview 20 Drama 4.10-5.00am The Goldbergs Variations 6.00am Teleshopping 7.25 Doctor Finlay 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 Auf Wiedersehen, Pet 5.15 Birds of a Feather 6.00 Bread Freddie receives his court date. 6.40 ’Allo ’Allo! Classic comedy. 7.20 Last of the Summer Wine A retired jewel thief regales the village with a series of fanciful tales. 8.00 Father Brown The priest is determined to find out why the body of a young man was taken from his graveyard. Fifties-set crime drama based on the stories by GK Chesterton, starring Mark Williams. 9.00 The Doctor Blake Mysteries The medic investigates a fire fighter’s death. 10.00 New Tricks Pilot episode of the crime drama, starring Amanda Redman. 12.00m’t Bad Girls 1.10 Waking the Dead 4.00-6.00am Teleshopping E4 Freeview 13 More4 Freeview 18 up the love triangle. Katherine Ryan hosts. 10.00 Family Guy Animated comedy. 11.25 American Dad! Double bill. 12.25am Bob’s Burgers 1.20 Superstore 2.10 The Emily Atack Show 2.45 Totally Bonkers Guinness World Records 3.15 FYI Extra 3.30-6.00am Teleshopping 6.00am Teleshopping 7.10 Modern Wheels or Classic Steals 8.00 Ultimate Movers 9.00 Storage Hunters UK 10.00 American Pickers 12.00noon Top Gear 2.00 Cop Car Workshop 3.00 Top Gear 5.00 Rick Stein’s Road to Mexico 6.00 QI XL Extended edition. 7.00 Richard Osman’s House of Games With Beattie Edmondson, Amol Rajan, Gaby Roslin and Hugh Dennis. 7.40 Would I Lie to You? At Christmas 8.20 QI With Jeremy Clarkson, Sandi Toksvig and Danny Baker. 9.00 QI XL Extended edition. With Chris Addison, Sara Cox and Sue Perkins. 10.00 Mock the Week Topical comedy. 10.40 Would I Lie to You? Panel show. 11.20 Taskmaster Comedy challenges. 12.20am Have I Got a Bit More News for You. Satirical quiz. 1.20 Would I Lie to You? At Christmas 2.00 QI 2.30 Insert Name Here 3.15 Room 101 4.00-6.00am Teleshopping 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. Four episodes. 3.00 Mike & Molly 4.00 Brooklyn Nine-Nine 4.30 Married at First Sight UK 5.30 The Big Bang Theory 6.00 The Big Bang Theory Double bill. 7.00 Hollyoaks Sylver is finally home. 7.30 Young Sheldon Sitcom spin-off. 8.00 The Great Celebrity Bake Off for Stand Up to Cancer Jeremy Paxman, Joe Wilkinson, Sally Lindsay and Georgia Toffolo take part. 9.00 FILM Red (2010, 12) Action thriller, starring Bruce Willis. ★★★ 11.10 Naked Attraction 12.15am Naked Attraction 1.20 Gogglebox 2.25 First Dates 3.20 The Big Bang Theory 3.45 Brooklyn Nine-Nine 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 Seven 8.00 Gold Town. The pandemic hits the UK and all mining stops. Last in the series. 9.00 Rise of the Clans. How the clans plotted against Mary, Queen of Scots. Last in the series. 10.00 Still Game 10.30 Jim Smith Live from Perth 11.30pm-12.00m’t Bad Influencer SCOTLAND As BBC1 except: 11.15am- 12.15pm Homes Under the Hammer 1.30-1.45pm Reporting Scotland; Weather 6.30-7.00 Reporting Scotland; Weather 7.30-8.00 Landward. Dougie Vipond goes in search of lost lochs in Moray. 8.30-9.00 Question of Sport 10.25- 10.30pm Reporting Scotland; Weather WALES As BBC1 except: 1.30-1.45pm BBC Wales Today; Weather 6.30-7.00 BBC Wales Today; Weather 10.25- 10.30pm BBC Wales Today; Weather WALES As BBC2 except: 7.00pm LIVE Match of the Day Wales: Women’s World Cup 8.55am Food Unwrapped 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 Secret Life of the Zoo 6.55 Escape to the Chateau: DIY Erin and JB launch their chateau business by opening it up to the locals. May holds her health and wellbeing retreat using her new yoga studio for the first time. 7.55 Grand Designs Kevin McCloud revisits Kelly and Masoko Neville, who built an oak-framed, straw-baled hexagonal house in 2005, and learns if they have found the idyllic life they craved. 9.00 24 Hours in A&E Double bill. 11.05 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown Jimmy Carr hosts the words-andnumbers quiz, as Jon Richardson and Chris Addison take on Joe Wilkinson and Katherine Ryan. 12.10am Father Ted 1.15 24 Hours in A&E 3.25-3.55am Father Ted Qualifier. Wales v Kazakhstan (kick-off 7.15pm). 9.20-9.30 Coast 11.05 MOTDx 11.35pm-12.05am Question of Sport 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 12.50am Butterfly 1.40-3.00am ITV Nightscreen ITV WALES As ITV except: 1.55-2.00pm ITV News Cymru Wales; Weather 10.30- 10.45pm ITV News Cymru Wales; Weather S4C 6.00am Cyw 12.00noon Newyddion S4C a’r Tywydd 12.05pm Arfordir Cymru: Llyn 12.30 Heno 1.00 Garejis 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 Newid Hinsawdd, Newid Byd 4.00 Awr Fawr 5.00 Stwnsh 6.00 ’Sgota gyda Julian Lewis Jones 6.30 Sgwrs Dan y Lloer 6.57 Newyddion S4C 7.00 Heno 7.30 Newyddion S4C a’r Tywydd 8.00 Bwyd Epic Chris 8.25 Adre 8.55 Newyddion S4C a’r Tywydd 9.00 Noson Lawen 2021. Shon Midway hosts an evening of entertainment with artists from Pembrokeshire. 10.00 Gwely a Brecwast Maggi Noggi 10.30-11.35pm Eisteddfod AmGen: Cwt Cerdd Picks of the day The Cotswolds With Pam Ayres 8pm, Channel 5 The head honchos in charge at Channel 5 do love a celebrity-led travelogue, don’t they? The latest is hosted by the poet, who first came to fame in 1975 via an appearance on Opportunity Knocks. She’s lived in the Cotswolds for many years, so is ideally placed to be our guide to one of Britain’s most picturesque regions – and if we’re lucky, she may treat us to a few Grantchester 9pm, ITV After a councillor commits suicide, the locals prepare for an election to decide who will take his seat – an ambitious entrepreneur and the dead man’s widow are the favourites. Will and Geordie grow more interested in the campaign after the widow approaches them with evidence that suggests her husband may have been murdered. BBC4 Freeview 9 7.00pm One-Hit Wonders at the BBC Compilation of hits by artists hardly heard from again, including Peter Sarstedt’s Where Do You Go To (My Lovely)?, Trio’s smash Da Da Da, and Move Closer, by Phyllis Nelson. 8.00 TOTP: 1991 With De La Soul, Beverley Craven and the Shamen. 8.30 TOTP: 1991 With Level 42, Color Me Badd and Sophie Lawrence. 9.00 The Old Grey Whistle Test Story Jo Brand narrates a history of the popular music show. 9.40 The Old Grey Whistle Test: For One Night Only Veteran presenter ‘Whispering’ Bob Harris celebrates the long-running BBC music show with a three-hour special revisiting some of its finest moments. 12.45am TOTP: 1991 1.15 TOTP: 1991 1.45 One-Hit Wonders at the BBC 2.45-3.15am Motherland The Cleaner 9.30pm, BBC One David Mitchell makes a guest appearance as a pompous novelist. He’s suffering from a serious case of writer’s block brought on by the pressure of having to pen a new book following the sudden death of his grandmother in his living room. The latter was a rather messy affair, so Wicky (Greg Davies) steps in to clear up – and makes his presence felt in other ways, too. 5 USA 6.00am TJC 9.00 Murder, She Wrote 10.00 NCIS 11.55 Entertainment News on 5 12.00noon Law & Order 6.00 NCIS Triple bill. A petty officer is killed while competing in a swimsuit contest, raising fears she may have fallen victim to a jealous rival – or a stalker; an officer is found dead, and though the evidence initially suggests she committed suicide as a result of a nervous breakdown, Ducky suspects foul play; a murder suspect is killed. 9.00 FILM Jesse Stone: Benefit of the Doubt (2012, 12) Detective thriller, starring Tom Selleck. ★★★ 10.50 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Double bill of the crime drama. 12.50am Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 1.50 Chicago PD 3.25 Criminals: Caught on Camera 3.55 Entertainment News on 5 4.00-6.00am Teleshopping Friday 17 of her trademark comic verses along the way. Her remit is to introduce viewers to popular sites as well as some hidden gems. Pam begins her tour in Bourton-on-the- Water, where she samples a cream tea. But it’s her trips to the Queen’s scent-maker and a local antiques shop that prove most revealing. Later, she visits Blenheim Palace and Blur bassist Alex James on his farm. FILM CHOICE The Huntsman: Winter’s War 11.05pm, Channel 4 Both a prequel and a sequel to Snow White And The Huntsman, this lavish fantasy adventure follows the fortunes of Eric (Chris Hemsworth) and Sara (Jessica Chastain). As members of Queen Freya’s army, they are forbidden to fall in love – but have done so anyway. They try to conceal their feelings while helping the monarch fight her evil sister. Freeview 21 Sky Arts F’view 11 6.00am Hollywood in Vienna: A Night at the Oscars 8.00 Darbar Festival 2017 9.00 Tales of the Unexpected 10.00 Discovering: Gary Oldman 11.00 The Eighties 12.00noon Muriel Spark by Ian Rankin 1.00 Tales of the Unexpected 2.00 Discovering: Bruce Willis 3.00 Cold War & Cinema 4.00 Otis Redding: Music Icons 4.30 Video Killed the Radio Star 5.00 Tales of the Unexpected 6.00 Discovering: Michelle Pfeiffer 7.00 Isle of Wight Festival 2021 1.00am Classic Albums 2.00 FILM Show Me the Picture: The Story of Jim Marshall (2019) A look at the career of the photographer, who captured some of the most iconic moments of the rock music era, from the Beatles to Jimi Hendrix. 4.00 Thomas Hardy: Fate, Exclusion and Tragedy 5.00-6.00am The Eighties

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