Sunday Mail - 2021-11-28
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2021-11-28

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WWW.SUNDAYMAIL.CO.UK Sunday Mail£2.20 November 28, 2021 orphanage abuse agony of tragic family SEE PAgES 4&5 ChrIStMAS IS bACk! 20 Santastic days out for the family SEE PAgES 36&37 RED ALERT OVER NEW COVID STRAIN FULL Story PAgE 11 EXCLUSIVE RETURN TO SPENDER Maclennan performing as Elvis COP IN A TRAP Elvis impersonator PC’s £5k Covid grant An Elvis impersonator took a £5000 Covid support grant – d e s p i t e having a fulltime job as a police officer. Stuart Maclennan runs a wedding entertainment firm when he’s not keeping people safe for Police Scotland. But the Sunday Mail can reveal how the PC – who previously breached FULL Story PAgE 7 ■ John Ferguson lockdown to perform – could be facing an investigation over his application to Scottish Enterprise. People earning incomes from other work were ineligible for the grant. A source said: “These loans were for small business owners who were in danger of losing their livelihood. They were not for people who already had wellpaid jobs.” HIS LATEST CLAIM Stuart Maclennan

2 Sunday Mail November 28, 2021 email reporters@sundaymail.co.uk Inside SUNDAY MAIL NOVEMBER 28, 2021 I feel fab at 50 and I’ll dress how I want, side boob or not Amanda Holden on looking good for her age and those BGT complaints All your TV news, views and NIGHTS v 7 SCOTLAND’S ULTIMATE ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE Take a shine to Julie’s Jewish apple cake for Festival of Lights Seven Days magazine listings Playing a Whiley game DJ Jo’s 90s Athems tour resonates with fans of all ages and musical tastes ■ SCOTLAND’S ULTIMATE GUIDE TO GOING OUT .. AND STAYING IN Be the belle of the festive bashes with sparkly styles and glowing skin LYNNE EWART REVEALS YOUR WEEK IN THE STARS Making a noise for indy Claus Indy supporters marched through Edinburgh yesterday – led by a bagpipe playing Santa. The March for an Independent Scotland went through the city centre to the Parliament. Supporters waved flags and sang for independence as they weaved their way through the streets of the capital. At the end of the walk, crowds watched live music and listened to speakers including Tommy Sheppard MP. Collections were also taken for local foodbanks and a Christmas toy appeal. It was one of several events across the city organised by the Yes campaign for the weekend to celebrate St Andrews Day on Tuesday. & 7nights INCLUDING STAR INTERVIEWS ThEATRE moVIES comEdy bookS gAmES FAShIoN mRS moP gARdENS Food NEW homES dIy doNNy bAkINg gARRy SPENcE TV LISTINgS Mail Sunday INSIDE NEWMUSICMOVIESGARRYSPENCEGAMESGIGS Clarifications & corrections If we have published anything factually inaccurate, contact the readers’ editor on 0141 309 3454, at readerseditor@sundaymail.co. uk or write to Readers’ Editor, 1 Central Quay, Glasgow, G3 8DA and, once verified, we will correct it as soon as possible. The Sunday Mail is published by Media Scotland, a subsidiary of Reach PLC, a member of IPSO, the Independent Press Standards Organisation. We adhere to the Editors’ Code Of Practice as enforced by IPSO, which is contactable at Gate House, 1 Farringdon Street, London EC4M 7LG; www.ipso.co.uk; 0300 123 2220; advice@ipso.co.uk ● If you have a complaint about a potential breach of the Code, we will deal with it directly or IPSO can refer it to us. Go to www.reachplc.com/ how-to-complain where you can view our Complaints Policy. A How To Complain pack is also available by writing to the Legal and Compliance Department, Reach PLC, One Canada Square, London E14 5AP. LOTTERY Check your numbers and find out if you’re in luck SEE PAGE 30 GOT A STORY? PHONE 0141 309 3232 EMAIL reporters@ sundaymail.co.uk Neglect has left us in awful nick poor condition”. He warned some ■ Gordon Blackstock buildings were not wind or watertight and parts had to be “shut down”. This is the shocking state Scottish Conservative justice of disrepair of one of spokesman Jamie Green said: “It Police Scotland’s counterterrorism bases – flooded unacceptable that officers is astonishing and totally with rain water. carrying out vital, potentially lifesaving counter-terrorism duties The facility in Glasgow’s Cardonald is also used to look are being asked to work in an office after data on the force’s vehicles. where rain is coming through the Footage – leaked to the Sunday ceiling and soaking computers.” Mail – shows how bad weather Calum Steele, of the Scottish caused water to pour into the Police Federation, said: “The fact building as well as all over that even now the service doesn’t essential computer equipment. have buildings that are wind and Politicians and the union blue floods Rain water pours down on floor, computer and desks watertight really is pitiful.” that represents rank-and-file Police Scotland said: “We officers dubbed the footage commenced an emergency “shocking” and “pitiful”. Warning as counter-terrorism response to an incident in A source at the force said: August where a police building in “This isn’t from inside a nick police base is flooded by rain Glasgow experienced significant where someone can walk in water ingress during a period of and report a mugging – so the of a UK-wide counter-terrorism warned a Holyrood committee prolonged, torrential rain. Urgent public won’t be aware of how effort but is run from a building almost a quarter of a billion repairs were carried out to make dilapidated the building is. that is unfit and floods easily.” pounds was needed to bring their the property watertight. “As an office, it serves a very The footage is believed to buildings up to a “reasonable “In 2019 we launched our Estates important function for police. have been shot in August condition”. James Gray, chief Strategy, which outlined a There’s counter-terrorism that before being passed to us. financial officer, said he surveyed £400million investment plan. goes on there and sensitive work blAsT Last month Police more than 300 buildings and However, our capital allocation as well as car admin stuff. It’s part Calum Steele Scotland bosses found the estate to be in a “pretty challenges are well known.”

web www.sundaymail.co.uk Sunday Mail November 28, 2021 3 STRICTLY Soap qUEEN TakES STaTES bY SToRm ANXIETY Ballas shirley’s relief over results on lump test Rosey futuRe THAT’S THE SWAY TO DO IT Strictly stars step out in style Pic Guy Levy Shirley Ballas has said she can finally breathe after weeks of anxiety while waiting for test results following a health scare. The Strictly Come Dancing judge, 61, has spent the last few weeks undergoing tests after fans spotted a lump under her arm during an online video. In a new video posted on Instagram, the TV star said: “I got two sets of results back today and the shadow on my kidney seems absolutely fine, they’re not worried about it. “Some other, I’m going to say polyps, there was a fancy name for them, are just absolutely fine so there was no cancer there, so that was good. “Now I need to have my boobies checked one more time when I have a minute. “My hormones are still all over the place, so I started today with some oestrogen to see if we can balance the body better, and she does recommend that maybe I take a little time for myself, which I’ll try to do. “Thank you for all of you who spotted it, who made me go and get my MoT of myself – I really appreciate it.” Ballas previously told fans she had been to hospital for an “internal probe” of her ovaries, kidneys and adrenal glands” after fans shared concerned messages when they spotted a lump under her right arm. She captioned the video: “Dear Fans and friends. Got two sets of results back and after feeling very anxious for several weeks I can now breathe. “I want to thank each and every one of you for your caring, kind and loving messages. “You proved that social media can be a good place, watching out for each other is always a good thing, and I feel blessed. “Hopefully in a few weeks I’ll start to feel less tired and my old self again. “Gratitude to you all. Thank you from my heart to yours.” Awesome AJ glad as hatter Stunning AJ Odudu looks the part in a stylish hat as she shows off her perfect pins in last night’s episode of Strictly. Her partner Kai Widdrington looks pretty impresssed too as he focuses on keeping her upright. Meanwhile, TV presenter Rhys Stephenson and his partner Nancy Xu step out serenely on to the floor. EastEnders star Rose Ayling-Ellis and Giovanni Pernice look like they know what they’re doing too. EMOTION Dan Walker STEPPING UP Rose and Giovanni Enders star wows top US channel Rose Ayling-Ellis is poised for stardom in the US after taking Strictly by storm. The EastEnders actress got noticed by US TV bosses when she and partner Giovanni Pernice were interviewed on one of America’s biggest channels. Rose, 27, and dancer Giovanni, 31, wowed viewers on CBS, which averages a six-million audience. Thrilled Rose, who is deaf, said: “I thought, ‘Oh it’s very nice,’ but didn’t realise the show went everywhere. We’ve reached America!” Asked if Hollywood could come calling, Rose said: “I would love to do more acting for sure.” The star, who’s played deaf character Frankie Lewis in EastEnders since last year, is Strictly’s FAN Ed Sheeran first deaf contestant. She added: “Me being on Strictly has shown deaf people are more capable than people believe.” Rose, who has been with boyfriend Samuel Arnold for seven years, has star fans including singer Ed Sheeran, who tweeted her when she got a perfect score. Dan’s tears for pal Gary Dan Walker wept yesterday as he paid tribute to his pal footballer Gary Speed on the 10th anniversary of his suicide. On Football Focus ahead of last night’s dance performance, Dan hailed him as “an amazing footballer and an all-round good bloke”. He said: “Anybody who played alongside Gary would always say he was brilliant in the dressing room – always the player that others went to when they had a problem.”

4 Sunday Mail november 28, 2021 email reporters@sundaymail.co.uk family of tragic schoolgirl say they’ve faced WarNiNG Morrison Chemists on a ‘knife edge’ they tell survey Humza Yousaf has been told chemists are on a “knife edge”, with nine in10 saying they’re at risk of burn-out. The findings of a Royal Pharmaceutical Society survey were revealed to the Health Secretary by RPS director Clare Morrison. Morrison and Yousaf were taking part in an event on the pressures the NHS is facing during the pandemic. She said: “It is completely unacceptable pharmacists are being asked to work from 8am-6pm without so much as 15 minutes for lunch. “We really are on a knife edge and we need some action to be taken now.” Yousaf said an NHS workforce strategy would be published “in a few weeks”. ■ Gordon Blackstock The family of a schoolgirl who died more than 50 years ago while running away from an orphanage have found out she may have been sexually abused. Patricia Meenan’s siblings will renew their fight for answers over the 12-year-old’s death in 1969 after the new claim emerged in court papers. Her tragic life is part of a civil case being prepared against the Daughters of Charity, who ran the controversial Smyllum Park orphanage in Lanark between 1864 and 1981. A former resident is to sue the Catholic religious order over claims she was sexually abused during her five-year stay at the home, including by two priests who have since died. She is to claim other girls including her older sister and Patricia also faced abuse and told nuns about it – but were ignored. The family of Patricia – known as Patsy at the home – have said they’ve faced a wall of silence over her death. She was fatally injured after being hit by a car while running away from the Lanarkshire orphanage. Her sister Razia Khan, 57, who lives in Glasgow, said: “We have been told BaTTle Patricia’s sisters Razia and Liz Pic Alasdair MacLeod HelP Macpherson Support meetings for benefit claimants Claimants of benefits will be offered support meetings in a Scotland-wide service. Social Security Minister Ben Macpherson has vowed advisers will be available to answer questions and help with form filling as part of their “delivery service”. It’s part of changes to the way benefits are paid in Scotland after several areas were devolved to Holyrood. Macpherson said: “Social Security Scotland’s delivery service is there to provide extra support and choice. “We’re offering face to face meetings, or video or phone calls – whatever will best meet the needs of people.” Last week it emerged people with debt issues could lose in-person help from charities as a result of the UK Government seeking to shift funding online. TriBuTe Memorial to orphanage victims, St Mary’s Cemetery, Lanark there has been no records for years – even as to why she was taken into care. “While her death was 50 years ago, for our family we have never stopped wanting answers. “If it has emerged she made complaints of such a serious nature, surely they were recorded? “Daughters of Charity need to tell us what they have recorded about Patricia.” Sister Liz Meehan, 55, said: “The death of Patricia destroyed my mum. She died just a few years later of a broken heart and she never got over her death. We have never got any satisfactory answers over what and why Patricia died. “We fear we’ll never know what happened to her on that day – or what she was running from.” The former resident taking the civil case, who’s identity is protected by a court anonymity order, said: “I’m speaking out because the family deserve to know what happened to Patsy. With my brother and sister, we stayed with four other families in a self-contained ‘house’ within Smyllum. “In 1968 Patsy was brought in to our Prayers Patricia Daughters of Charity need to tell us what they have recorded about Patricia house and she was very quiet. It was very unusual for someone to be without their brothers or sisters and it took a while for her to speak to anyone.” The ex-resident said Patsy later confided in her sister about her abuse. Both went on to tell the Mother Superior who ran the home about the abuse, she said. She continued: “It was no use. We would just be belted for telling made-up tales.” She said she was part of a group of children who regularly ran away from Smyllum. She once escaped from the hated home with Patricia before they were stopped by police. She added: “We used to run away all the time. One day Patricia asked if she could come along with my brother, my sister and me. “Patricia had complained of being abused – as we all had. “I believe she was sexually abused and told the Mother Superior about it. We used to escape through a gap in the gate. “I was six or seven, my sister was around 12 and my brother around 10. “I remember looking around Woolworths in Lanark before we were stopped by police. They said, ‘Are you from Smyllum?’ We couldn’t deny

web www.sundaymail.co.uk wall of silence over her death Sunday Mail november 28, 2021 5 Our sister died fleeing abuse orphanage.. Timeline of terror 1864 Smyllum Park orphanage opens its doors. 1942 Number of children living there peaks at 485 during World War II. 1961 Francis McColl dies at 13 after being struck by golf club. 1964 Sammy Carr, who is just six, also dies at orphanage. 1969 Patricia Meenan, 12, dies after being hit by a car while running away from Smyllum. 1981 After 11,000 children pass through its doors, orphanage is shut. Abuse claims emerge. 2003 Two former residents uncover an unmarked burial ground at St Mary’s Cemetery we will never stop fighting for answers siblings’ fury over former resident’s claim in Lanark next to the graves of nuns. They believe it contains the remains of Smyllum kids. 2004 Campaigners uncover evidence up to 120 children are buried in the mass graves. 2017 Probe reveals evidence up to 400 kids were put in mass graves. Scottish Government lifts time-bar limits. 2018 Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry publishes findings. Lady Smith concludes residents were subjected to mental, physical and sexual abuse. 2021 Five ex-Smyllum workers, including nuns, appear in court charged with physical abuse. FULL HOUSE Bedroom and dining room at Smyllum Park in Lanark HOmE FROm HELL Former Smyllum Park orphanage it because of the way we looked. We were wearing pinafores with shortly cropped hair and red plastic sandals on – we stood out like a sore thumb. “The police took us back and we got a beating. One of the nuns said, ‘You are making out that things are happening in this house when they aren’t.’” Patricia was tragically hit by a car almost a year later. The ex-resident added: “Not all the nuns and priests were bad. It’s taken me a long time to come to terms with what happened – I am still fighting a daily battle. “We were told not to talk about miSSEd Schoolgirl Patricia Meenan, in front row on left, on a day out with friends it. That’s stayed with me. I was made to feel I’m beneath everyone – and that feeling’s stayed with me all my life. “I first went to the police in the 1990s and then tried to sue the Daughters of Charity in the early 2000s but couldn’t because of restrictions over how historic the claim was. That’s been lifted now and I want justice.” The ex-resident is to meet with the surviving members of Patricia’s family to discuss her life in Smyllum. In 2018 the Scottish Child Abuse heard evidence from former residents at Smyllum. It also heard how Patricia had died while running away. Her family said they had previously been told by the nuns who ran the home that the incident was the first time Patricia had tried to flee. Patricia, who had lived at the home for nearly two years before the tragedy, is believed to be the last fatality of a child in care at Smyllum. She was struck by a car on the A73 and taken to Law Hospital but died on October 10, 1969, from head injuries. Like a lot of children in Smyllum, Patricia wasn’t an orphan but had been taken into care due to concerns over her home life. Her fireman dad Robert Lawson Meenan died in a car crash in 1959. Her mum Elizabeth was plagued by poor health after contracting TB and died in 1973. Her brother Jim, who now lives near Cambridge, said: “I am not shocked by these revelations. It’s always been my suspicion that Patricia must have gone through a lot during her brief young life. It leaves me very angry.” Her sister Teresa, a 59-year-old charity worker who lives in London, said: “I still find all the circumstances surrounding my sister’s death suspicious. You can tie yourself in knots trying to find out what happened. “There were no real records about the circumstances of her death – and that’s always been a red flag for me.” In 2018 it was revealed the Daughters of Charity had buried up to 400 children who had died at Smyllum in unmarked graves. Patricia wasn’t one of them and was buried in a family plot in Glasgow. A spokesman for the Daughters of Charity, based in London, said it could not comment on the ongoing legal action.

6 Sunday Mail November 28, 2021 email reporters@sundaymail.co.uk MAN DIES AFTER his TRUCK is HIT by FALLEN tree support Jim Watt Icon Watt defends the safety of boxing Boxing legend Jim Watt has defended the sport over claims fighters are at a higher risk of developing dementia. A Cardiff University study found young men who boxed at amateur level were three times more likely to show signs of brain impairment as they get older – particularly between the ages of 75 and 89. And the onset of conditions lilke Alzheimer’s was five years earlier in men who had boxed, compared to those who hadn’t, the survey added. Report author Professor Peter Elwood has called for punches to the head to be banned in young boxers. His findings follow recent concerns over links between players heading a football and dementia. However, former world lightweight champion Watt says there are many more dangerous sports than boxing. He pointed to the fact that boxers have regular brain scans and medical checks while a fight can be stopped if a boxer is taking too many punches. Jim added: “It’s important to look at the plus side of boxing and the character building it brings and social benefits. “Someone who boxes is less likely to drink or take drugs and more likely to take care of their body. “Boxing does an awful lot of good and far outweighs the bad.” Watt became world lightweight champion 1979 before retiring in 1981 after four title defences. Sex attack on woman A police investigation has been launched after a woman was sexually assaulted on a busy Glasgow street. The victim was attacked on Mitchell Street, near the city’s Central Station, at around 11.20pm on Friday. Last night a Police Scotland spokesperson said: “Our inquiries are at an early stage.” CARNAGE Caravan is blown over in Douglas, Dundee; huge waves crash over Dunbar harbour in East Lothian & tents and marquees topple over in Dundee Killer Arwen ■■Paul Drury Thoughts are very much with the man’s family and his friends A man was killed during Storm Arwen after his pick-up truck was hit by a fallen tree. The 35-year-old died after his Nissan Navara was struck on the B977 Dyce to Hatton of Fintry Road, Aberdeenshire, on Friday. Cops also confirmed that officers responding to the incident returned to their parked van only to discover it had been flattened by another tree. Sergeant Craig McNeill, of the Divisional Road Policing Unit at Inverurie, said: “Our thoughts are very much with the man’s family and friends at this time.” The fatality brings the UK death toll from the storm to three after a head teacher died when a tree fell on to his car in Antrim and another man was killed by a falling tree in Cumbria. The devastating scale of Storm Arwen’s fury will cost the country millions for the clean-up bill. Hu r r ic a ne force winds tore a path of destruction down the east c o a s t o f Scotland. Trees were uprooted, roofs were torn off properties and thousands were left without power. Almost 100,000 homes were still without power last night as power firms battled to get supplies back up. Yet for all the disruption caused by the red-warning storm – the first since the Beast from the East almost four years ago – there were tales yesterday of how locals went above and beyond the call of duty to help, Bus passengers in Aberdeen became stranded when services came to a standstill on Friday night but local taxi drivers came to their rescue, helping dozens reach their final destination. Forty-two passengers were stuck for 17 hours overnight when the 3.25pm Aberdeen to Inverness Scotrail train was Storm causes devastation across country as massive clean-up bill runs into millions MAYHEM Engineers fix power lines in Strichen, Aberdeenshire, and the closed A939 in Moray brought to a halt at Huntly in Aberdeenshire. Train staff drew praise for the way they responded to the emergency, ordering pies and hot rolls from local bakers. An ASDA store in Fraserburgh had to be evacuated after part of the roof was ripped off by the storm. A caravan was blown on to its roof in a Dundee garden. Main roads, including the main A1 east coast link to England, were closed as a precaution. Many others were blocked by fallen trees. On the A939 Cock Bridge to Tomintoul road in Moray, authorities brought in a specialist snowclearing vehicle to shift snow drifts which had closed the road. LNER advised train passengers DESTROYED Police van is crushed by tree while officers attended tragic storm fatality in Aberdeenshire travelling to England to wait until tomorrow before attempting their journey, due to huge disruption across the UK. The Met Office said the storm had touched 98mph just over the border in Northumberland, with a high speed of 78mph recorded at Inverbervie in Kincardineshire. There was a 97mph gust detected at Glen Ogle in Perthshire. Today, the country wakes to yet another weather warning – this time for ice. Dan Stroud of the Met Office said: “Storm Arwen proved a pretty significant event over Scotland.” Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks said 75,000 households were still off-grid as teams battled conditions to get the power back on.

web www.sundaymail.co.uk anxiety Hussain Nadiya My toilet flush hell by bullies Nadiya Hussain has confessed she’s sometimes unable to clean her toilet – as it gives her flashbacks to when bullies flushed her head down the lavatory at school. The Bake Off winner, who suffers from anxiety and panic disorder, said she feels lucky to have a family who support her on her off-days and help do the household chores. The 36-year-old mother of three told Psychologies magazine: “I have days when I say to [husband] Abdal and the kids, ‘I can’t do the toilet today,’ so they do it instead. “I’m lucky in that the kids really understand what the experience [of being bullied] did to me.” poster girl Anne Chaser Fair play to TV Mel on autism The Chase star Anne Hegerty welcomes TV personalities Mel Sykes and Christine McGuinness speaking out about autism – as she is tired of being the poster girl. Anne, 63, was not diagnosed with Asperger’s – a form of high-functioning autism – until 2003 when she was 45 but says she is sick of talking about it and nobody listening. Asked if Mel and Christine had got in touch, she said: “Quite possibly they did and I might have said something like, ‘Guys, I am getting so very tired of being the poster girl – is there any chance you could talk to Chris Packham or someone like that? “People wanted to listen to me talk about it, except I felt an awful lot of them weren’t actually listening.” Sunday Mail November 28, 2021 7 CoP who broke Covid rules to CoiN it iN as elvis A liTTle less CoMpeNsATioN CaUgHt in a trap Stuart Maclennan puts on his Elvis Presley tribute act These loans were not for people who already had well-paid, full-time jobs all sHooK Up Maclennan and, right, in his police uniform with former Rangers owner Craig Whyte a Fool sUCH as i Maclennan, left, at bash and his firm’s website PC could face probe over £5k grant claim for his wedding company A serving police officer could face an investigation over a £5000 Covid support grant he claimed for his second job as an Elvis impersonator. Stuart Maclennan asked for the money despite the rules stating applicants would be ineligible if they had another full-time job or income, the Sunday Mail can reveal. The 43-year-old – who previously broke lockdown rules for his entertainment side work – applied for the grant from Scottish Enterprise for his company, Subsafe Audio Ltd, for which he is the sole director. The fund was designed for struggling wedding businesses. The PC could face demands to hand the money back if forms are found to have been incorrectly filled in. A source said: “These loans were for small business owners who were in serious danger of losing their livelihood. They were not for people who already had well-paid, full-time jobs in the public sector. “The application form specifically asked applicants to tick a box declaring the business ■ John Ferguson Political Editor was their main income and they had no other full-time employment. Anyone who did have another job and income wouldn’t have been eligible for money. “It is likely there will be an investigation into the circumstances in this case.” We previously revealed how Maclennan broke lockdown rules by performing as Elvis at a 21st birthday party. He was reprimanded after footage showed him breaking a series of Covid-19 safety rules when he turned up at Angel Cassells’s house in June 2020. The constable sang The Wonder of You in a white jumpsuit with his arm around Angel. Another image showed him taking selfies next to a hot tub with eight guests. Two-metre social distancing was not observed at the party. At the time Scottish Government guidance only permitted three households to meet together. The policeman, from Renfrew, also travelled more than twice the allowed distance to attend the party. Records on the Scottish Enterprise website reveal Maclennan’s firm received £5000 from the £25million emergency Covid fund. He uses Subsafe Audio to run a wedding business called Fresh Entertainments. Scottish Enterprise said: “The fund was designed to support businesses within the wedding and civil partnership industry to survive the pandemic. Applicants found to provide incorrect information leading to their application being ineligible are expected to return the funds and we continue to follow up cases where allegations have been made.” Maclennan declined to comment. Police Scotland said: “We have responded to the lockdown breach and have no reports or complaints relating to this business.”

8 Sunday Mail November 28, 2021 email reporters@sundaymail.co.uk I’M a celeb... soap star’s partNer speaks Pal Arlene wanted to get back at BBC Arlene Phillips went on I’m A Celeb… to get back at the BBC for ditching her on Strictly, claims a pal. TV host Nick Ede was asked if Arlene was motivated by being replaced by Alesha Dixon in 2009, which sparked a major ageism row. Nick said: “100 per cent – and it is a wonderful thing ITV have taken on somebody who’s 78. “The ageism thing at the BBC was wrong. They still have people like Mary Berry on there but at that time it was contentious, DAME Arlene Phillips and for her to be doing a show which is up against her old programme shows she is still a big star. “She’s just been made a dame. She is still relevant and it is a validation for her that people are loving her. “When she comes out, she’ll be overawed at the love everybody is having for her and it’s quite deserved because she is a national treasure. “It shows the BBC missed out.” Arlene was a judge on Strictly alongside Len Goodman, Craig Revel Horwood and Bruno Tonioli from its 2004 launch but was replaced by its 2007 winner Alesha in 2009. Nick and Arlene have been best friends for 10 years after meeting at a charity event. ■ emma Pryer I’m a celeb star Danny Miller had some cracking plots as emmerdale’s aaron aron Dingle – but his fiancee says his greatest role has been supporting her through the toughest of times. Childhood sweetheart Steph Jones – who gave birth to their son Albert five weeks ago – says Danny was her rock as she battled anxiety. In her first newspaper chat, the NHS midwife said: “He was the light at the end of my tunnel. Danny has talked about his own mental health and how I’ve helped but he never really takes credit for what he does for other people. “He’s been my absolute rock and he’s never admitted how much he’s helped me. I’d hate to think where I’d be without him because I was so shut off – my mum was so worried about me.” In a revealing interview – at times emotional but peppered with laughter too – 30-year-old Steph also: ● Defends Danny against critics who say he should be at home with his baby. ●Reveals they want more children – and will start trying once I’m A Celeb finishes. ● Says she misses their chats as “we talk about everything”. ●Shares how Danny supports bereaved families, including Manchester Arena bomb victims, via his charity Once Upon A Smile. Steph tells how she and Danny, also 30, were sweethearts at school. She said: “He was my first kiss in primary school, aged eight. We dated as teenagers and I was really sad when he moved away. Two years ago, when we reconnected via his sister, we were both in a really bad place. “For him, that meant locking himself in a dark room, playing PlayStation and not talking. He would often get clammy hands. He wasn’t good with public appearances. He would get stressed. But together we both found confidence. “I was also shutting people out. I had come out of a relationship. I was living alone and working 12-hour shifts. “I went through this really low lull with really low self-esteem and I had anxiety. “I think it’s easy as a woman to compare yourself to other people too and I just was not feeling good about myself. I’ve just never felt like that in my life before. “But Danny really encouraged me to talk and say how I was feeling. He referred me to a therapist he was using. He also helped build up my confidence. I didn’t need many sessions but they really helped. “He’d take pictures when I wasn’t aware and then show me and say, ‘Look at how beautiful you are.’ It’s such a small thing but he really lifted me up. “Now we know each other so well that we both know when something is up and we can help each other.” Steph has been upset by people I hate to think where I would be without him... he’s lifted me up HOPEFUL From top, Danny on I’m A Celeb… and with Steph on holiday Dan is criticising Danny for going on the Fiancee tells how actor helped her with mental health battle show when Albert is so young – but grateful for the support of actors Adam Thomas (and his twin, reality star Scott), Jeff Hordley, Lucy Pargeter and Laura Norton. She said: “He is doing this show to provide for our family. I’ve had so many lovely messages from women whose husbands are in the Army and miss months of their children’s lives, of people who have no choice but to go to work.” During our chat, Danny’s pal Adam calls to check in on Steph. She said: “He’s been amazing. Adam has done the show before – but had an older child. He took Danny out in Manchester and told him to

web www.sundaymail.co.uk out as bad weather forces 48hr blackout Sunday Mail November 28, 2021 9 axe fears after storm damage to set I’m A Celebrity... was facing axe fears last night after bosses announced Storm Arwen had forced a 48-hour blackout. ITV’s flagship reality show was pulled just hours before last night’s episode – and will not be aired tonight either. Bosses said the production base suffered “significant damage” but a spokesman said contestants were safe and remained inside Gwrych Castle, near Abergele in Wales, where the programme is filmed. It is the first time in the show’s 18-year history that there has been a mid-series shutdown. It was already engulfed in chaos after three celebs needed medical attention. Bosses were said to have fears for music producer Naughty Boy, ex-Strictly judge Arlene Phillips and singer Frankie Bridge after the departure of Good Morning Britain host Richard Madeley. Insiders are concerned a decision could be made to ditch the series, which would cost ITV millions. A source said: “This has caused absolute panic. It is completely unprecedented.” Only essential crew are on site, with the show saying it regards the “wellbeing of the cast and crew as the utmost priority”. I’m A Celeb… will be replaced tonight by a compilation show voiced by Ant and Dec, with best moments from previous series. The show averages 11.5million viewers, advertising slots bring in a fortune and there is a lucrative sponsorship deal with bingo site Tombola. Our insider added: ‘I’m A Celebrity… is the jewel in ITV’s crown. Having it disappear from schedules a week into the series is a disaster. By taking it off air, they have lost momentum and viewers’ loyalty.” Branding expert Mark Borkowski said: “The first week is about building a relationship with the audience with those stars and that’s not happening. “With so much competition from streaming services, people will stray off.” SETBACK Storm damage at the I’m A Celebrity... camp at Gwrych Castle in Wales Pic Andrew Price/View Finder Pictures go for it too. We’ve had so many amazing messages from Scott and others too. Lucy was ringing over Facetime in self-isolation to see how he was. Jeff – who played Cain – called the night before he went in. “Laura even sent me a food parcel of eight frozen ready meals! They think it’s great he is wanting to do a job that’s providing for us and we’re lucky – it’s just a few weeks. He’s doing this show for me and our son. “I’ve worked for the NHS for nearly nine years but last year I took three months out to work privately. It didn’t dElighTEd Steph with her son Albert work out and I returned to the NHS but, because of that break, my maternity leave pay wasn’t what I was expecting. I was stressed about it and Danny could see that. He didn’t want me to feel pressure to return to work early because of the money. “He knows I’m A Celeb could help his career and secure our future. He wants to provide for our family. I convinced him to do it.” Danny quit Emmerdale after 13 years to try other things – possibly as a quiz show host. Steph said: “He had such amazing storylines as Aaron but I’m A Celeb is his most challenging job yet.” Viewers have seen Danny my absolute rock and radio DJ Snoochie tackle the Dreaded Diner challenge, munching on the likes of pig brain and goat testicles. Steph could barely watch at home in Stockport, Greater Manchester. But her puzzled cavapoo dogs Gini and Kenny did – as they recognised Danny’s voice. He referred to wanting to make his son proud. Steph said: “I was crying. Seeing him become a dad has made me love him more than ever. “Albert is such a chilled baby. Every time he looks up at me, I see Danny because they have the same bright blue eyes.” Then, with a laugh, she added: “We can’t wait to have more kids and we want to start asap – so straight after camp! Albert will grow up having a great personality because of Danny.” Steph is keeping a video diary to share with Danny. She said: “I don’t want him to miss a moment. This way, he doesn’t have to.” Steph reckons Danny will be glad soap pals Simon Gregson and Adam Woodyatt have joined the show, which is on ITV tonight at 9pm. She added: “The banter, the impressions – I think being around his actor friends, we’ll see him come into his own.” And after that BushTucker trial, what nosh will he fancy when he’s out? Easy, said Steph… a full English breakfast fry-up – or his favourite McDonald’s.

10 Sunday Mail November 28, 2021 email reporters@sundaymail.co.uk ADVERTISING FEATURE MONSTER HUNTER Cat looking for Nessie There’s so many Great Days Out to explore TV and radio star Cat Harvey picks top Scots spots fears over powers Your new law will kill more migrants There’s nothing I love better than a day trip at this time of the year exploring the many delights our beautiful wee country has to offer. I’ve been lucky enough to work as a freelance travel reporter for more than 20 years and gallivanting around Scotland is my passion. From sea kayaking around the Hebrides, hiking with alpacas in Dumfriesshire, laughing at the lemurs at Five Sisters Zoo, in West Calder to exploring castles, distilleries and museums from the Borders to the Highlands and Islands, I’ve experienced them all. New research says we should take a break from our normal lives once every 46 days to recharge the batteries. A day trip is perfect. There are loads of attractions, day tour operators and adventure companies offering up to 50% off experiences on the VisitScotland website right now and here are some of my favourites: LOCH NESS BY JACOBITE: Jacobite have been running cruises on Loch Ness for over 40 years. If I’m in the Highlands I always book one of their tours. The scenery is spectacular in all weather and cruising to the shores of Urquhart Castle is simply breath-taking. Some tours include a castle visit. The loch always retains that wonderful air of mystery and intrigue and even the biggest doubter secretly hopes for a cheeky wee glimpse of Nessie. I saw her. She’s beautiful. Maybe you will too. SCOTTISH SEABIRD CENTRE, NORTH BERWICK: Perched on the North Berwick coastline this is a fabulous conservation and education facility. I love playing with the live cameras on the Bass Rock gannet population, which make this a fascinating place. During the winter months you might see oystercatchers, eider ducks, seals, dolphins and more, and you can also watch the wildlife on the Isle of May National NO ESCAPE Inveraray Jail make great savings There are so many amazing places to visit on fascinating day tours and outdoor adventures, food and drink experiences and cultural and historic highlights. Many participating centre also organises regular wildlife walks and seasonal boat-trips. A must for nature lovers. INVERARAY JAIL: I enjoyed this awardwinning attraction exploring prison life in the 19th century. You can watch courtroom trials, talk to prisoners or go to jail and try to escape. The interactive audio guide takes you through the building from the old prison (1820) to the new prison (1848). You can even sample some of the punishments like thumbscrews twisted down to inflict pain or the whipping table complete with birch branches. Kids love these gruesome exhibits. I enjoyed businesses are offering up to 50% off (up to £20 per ticket), if you visit over the next few months* so great savings can be made while you make great memories. * Offers are subject to availability, please pre-book in advance where possible to avoid disappointment. checking their records to see if any of my relatives were ever locked up there. I’m not telling you the answer! DEVIL’S PORRIDGE MUSEUM, EASTRIGGS: This brilliant museum tells the story of HM Factory Gretna, the largest munitions factory in the world during the First World War, where almost 12,000 young women did their bit for the war effort mixing highly volatile cordite. THE HAIRY COO, EDINBURGH: You can explore Scotland in just one day, with this tour company who will take you from Edinburgh to Loch Ness, stopping at famous places along the way including Callander and Glen Coe. CULZEAN CASTLE, MAYBOLE: With beaches, gardens, an adventure playground and a cliff-top castle this is a fab day out for all the family. TRAQUAIR HOUSE, INNERLEITHEN: The oldest inhabited house in Scotland has a fascinating history. The Stuarts of Traquair supported Mary Queen of Scots and the Jacobite cause – and were imprisoned, fined and isolated for their beliefs. GARTHS CROFT, BRESSAY, SHETLAND: Visit this traditional croft run by Chris Dyer for a fascinating insight into life on an island croft in a landscape of spectacular natural beauty and heritage. CHECK OUT VISITSCOTLAND.COM/GREATDAYSOUT TO FIND OUT MORE ON GREAT DAYS OUT IN SCOTLAND struggle Family of migrants wait at camp near Dunkirk Pic Phil Harris sNp Mp blasts Tories’ bill ■ Gordon Blackstock A nationalist politician has claimed a controversial new law brought in to tackle dangerous Channel crossings will kill even more people. SNP MP Anne McLaughlin is to write individually to every Tory MP urging them to snub the new border law, being debated in Parliament in December. It comes amid concern about asylum seekers being bussed from Dover to a detention centre in Scotland. Critics have said the Nationality and Borders Bill will not only make it a crime to cross the Channel – but make it illegal for anyone, including charities, to help people making the perilous trip. The law will also give Border Force officials immunity from prosecution if they turn back people crossing the Channel who later die. Last week at least 27 migrants died while making the trip in a dinghy. The tragedy prompted a diplomatic war between the UK and France over how to solve the crisis. McLaughlin, SNP spokeswoman for justice and immigration, said: “SNP MPs in Westminster spent weeks scrutinising the new bill and we are sure it will be even more warning McLaughlin concerns Centre in Dungavel dangerous for migrants. It’s going to result in more deaths. “They say they are doing it to keep people safe – they aren’t. It’s to keep people out. But it won’t do that either.” The bill also proposes making it possible to send asylum seekers to “offshore” immigration centres while their claims are processed. Currently, asylum seekers are sent to detention centres in the UK. But the huge numbers mean some are sent on nine-hour bus journeys to Dungavel, Lanarkshire. Kate Alexander, head of Scottish Detainee Visitors, said: “When I visited Dungavel in October, I learnt around 50 people who had crossed the Channel had been brought there for ’processing’. Staff expect it to happen again.” The Home Office was asked to comment.

web www.sundaymail.co.uk CORONA CRISIS Sunday Mail November 28, 2021 11 2 cases of variaNt fouNd iN uK sTRAin Johnson at last night’s Covid press conference Picture Hollie Adams/ Reuters BATTLE CRY Cole-Hamilton wants an army of volunteers Helpers in for the long haul ■ Tom Eden An army of volunteers should be raised to help people with long Covid, the Scottish Liberal Democrats have said. Leader Alex Cole-Hamilton has called for more options, support and treatment for patients, and urged the Scottish Government to target people who could help with shopping or chores. Ahead of the release of new estimates of the number of Scots with longer-term symptoms after contracting Covid, Cole-Hamilton criticised the “woeful provision” available. The latest ONS figures from the start of October estimated 1.2million people in the UK – 1.9 per cent of the population – were experiencing long Covid. Cole-Hamilton said: “A crisis on that scale would normally be cause for the Health Secretary to clear his diary but despite patients being left gasping for breath serious action seems beyond the SNP. “Long Covid patients would be better moving to England where there are established clinics and a care pathway, given how woeful provision is here. I want to give patients with long Covid new hope.” Calling for the Government to organise volunteers in a way similar to the Scotland Cares scheme launched in the first wave, he added: “We have an army of volunteers who would be happy to help people but the Government needs to take on a coordinating role to make that happen.” 17 more new virus deaths Scotland yesterday recorded 17 Covid-linked deaths and 2287 new cases in the previous 24 hours. It means the death toll under this daily measure – of people who first tested positive for the virus within the previous 28 days – is 9562. The daily test positivity rate was 8.2 per cent according to the Scottish Government on yesterday, down from 9.1 per cent the previous day. sTuCk Wannabe travellers in an airport in Johannesburg ■ John Ferguson Scotland was put on high alert last night after the first UK cases of the new coronavirus strain were detected. Health Secretary Humza Yousaf said people should “act as though it is already here” and that the country “must not drop our guard”. The first two British cases of the new Omicron variant – which is rapidly spreading in southern Africa – were discovered in Nottingham and Brentwood, Essex, yesterday. Scientists are concerned about the B.1.1.529 variant first reported in South Africa because it has about 50 mutations overall and more than 30 on the spike protein – more than twice that of the Delta variant that’s dominant in the UK. Yousaf said: “News that two cases of the Omicron variant have been confirmed in England is a stark reminder that we must not drop our guard. ALERT Yousaf. “No cases have yet been detected Below, Sturgeon in Scotland but the fact this new variant is on our doorstep is a worry and we should act as though it is already here. “Questions remain about its severity, transmissibility and effect on treatments or vaccines and scientists are working at pace to provide additional information. “Until more is known we must … do everything we can to minimise the risk of spreading infection.” Following discussions with UK Health Secretary Sajid Javid as well as the other devolved administrations, he said Scotland is aligning with the UK Government’s new border restrictions. These will require fully vaccinated arrivals to the country to take a PCR test within two days and to self-isolate until a negative result is received. He said the measures will be introduced “as soon as possible” and said Scotland c o u l d t a k e restrictions further if it needed to. Countries around the world yesterday brought in travel bans OmicrOn red alert call for scots not to let their guard down as potential threat arrives and restrictions on southern African countries in a bid to contain the variant’s spread. On Friday the UK placed South Africa, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Lesotho, Botswana and Eswatini on the red list. Malawi, Zambia, Angola and Mozambique joined them at 4am this morning. First Minister Nicola Sturgeon tweeted “we all have a part to play in beating” the new variant. She said her government “is introducing new requirements for travellers, but we all have a part to play in beating this new threat. So wear (masks), wash hands, get vaccines & test before socialising.” At a Downing Street press conference the UK’s chief medical officer, Professor Chris Whitty, warned there was a woRRY Prof Whitty. Left, axed flights at Heathrow “reasonable chance” that vaccines might not be as effective against Omicron. But he added that people who are vaccinated are still less likely to become seriously ill. Prime Minister Boris Johnson also announced that masks are again mandatory in shops and on public transport in England and contacts of Omicron Covid cases will have to self-isolate.

web www.sundaymail.co.uk Sunday Mail November 28, 2021 13 Party Stalwart quitS over failure of toP braSS to act Speech Swinney swinney Pm hates holyrood John Swinney has said the UK Government are trying to undermine devolution. The Deputy First Minister said Prime Minister Boris Johnson secretly wants to take back powers from devolved parliaments and have “unfettered Westminster control on Scotland”. In a virtual speech to the SNP conference yesterday he said: “The only way to keep the gains of devolution is by becoming independent.” He called for people to “stand up and be counted before it is too late”. A UK Government spokeswoman called the claims “nonsense”. call Yousaf yousaf mum’s job fear Health Secretary Humza Yousaf has revealed that his mother asked him if he had “annoyed” Nicola Sturgeon when he was appointed to the job. Yousaf, who took on the job after May’s Holyrood election, spoke about the challenges of his role at an SNP conference fringe event. He said his first call after getting his promotion was his mum who asked which job he had got. Yousaf said: “I told her, ‘Mum it’s a big one, its Health Secretary.’” He said she replied: “What have you done to annoy Nicola?” Yousaf had been justice secretary until taking over at health. After 54 yeArs, I’m AshAmed to be sNP member MSP bully claims led to dispute John Ferguson ■ Political Editor One of the SNP’s longest serving members has quit after 54 years over claims Nicola Sturgeon has failed to take action against an MSP accused of bullying. In an explosive resignation statement – released on the eve of the First Minister’s keynote conference speech – Dr Malcolm Kerr says he would be “ashamed and embarrassed” to remain in the party. The 68-year-old GP, a former Holyrood candidate and senior party official, has been left furious that multiple complaints over the conduct of Cunninghame North MSP Kenneth Gibson, including assault claims, remain outstanding after more than two years. Gibson, 60, who denies the allegations, was re-elected in May despite calls for him to be dropped as a candidate and now heads one of Holyrood’s most influential committees. Kerr, the former convener of the SNP’s Cunninghame North Constituency Association, said: “In my half-century of membership I never thought I’d say this, but I’m now ashamed and embarrassed to be an SNP member. “Some two dozen active members in North Ayrshire drew SNP HQ’s attention to widespread concerns about Gibson’s alleged bullying and harassment of volunteers. “The complaints included descriptions of alleged assaults on women as well as claims of rulebreaking, and aggressive self-entitled behaviour. “In April, Gibson briefed the press, saying an investigation had been concluded and that the allegations were found to be ‘categorically untrue’. “If that is correct, then why has the party not confirmed the claim, and also informed all the whistleblowers? “My message for Nicola Sturgeon is – read the stories of the Ayrshire activists who provided the SNP with statements. Some of the content is harrowing. “Then let us know why assault allegations wouldn’t trigger a referral to the SNP’s member conduct committee. “Earlier this year you addressed the ‘aShamed’ Dr Malcolm Kerr says nothing has been done about MSP Gibson, inset main picture Phil Dye party saying you had zero tolerance for bullying and harassment, just like racism and homophobia. You were correct. “You should now suspend Gibson to allow a full investigation to proceed.” Kerr, who joined the party in 1967 while at school and stood in the Scottish Parliament election in 1999, said: “Sometimes silence isn’t an option.” In November 2020 about 12 SNP activists made formal statements to Lesley Johnston, a senior associate in Edinburgh firm Kennedy’s Law, accusing Gibson of bullying and harassment. The WE’RE nEAR To THE bEER PAgES 6&7 STAR’S goT A job In mInd PAgE 3 mail WWW.SUNDAYMAIL.CO.UK Sunday EXCLUSIVE October 11, 2020 Celtic star nir’s virus nightmare letter Murrell, with Sturgeon. Our story above complaints procedure was triggered after we revealed claims the party had ignored bullying allegations from women. Two party officials in Cunninghame North resigned in protest at Gibson’s alleged behaviour – Linda Nicholson and Ellen McMaster. Nicholson, the MSP’s former election agent, said the party needed “leaders with integrity who treat volunteers with dignity and respect”. They were among 21 members, activists and councillors who signed a letter of complaint sent to SNP chief executive £2.10 £2 FREE SHOP BET gREAT oFFER InSIdE SCOTLAND v SLOVAKIA on tonigHt’s clasH in association WitH SNP CHIEF IN SNUB CLAIM MAILSPORT OVER BULLY ROW MSP Murrell is slated by party officials two quit in anger as probe calls grow ■ john Ferguson SnP chief executive Peter murre l has been accused of ignoring claims an mSP bullied female party members. Tw officials in Kenny Gibson’s Cunninghame North constituency have quit over his a leged conduct. The women are among 21 members, activists and counci lors who have signed a letter of complaint sent to Mu re l – who is married to FM Nicola Sturgeon. PAgES 4&5 ACCUSED Gibson and, far right, Mu re l PAgE 61 Read the activists’ stories. Some of the content is harrowing Peter Murrell, who is married to Sturgeon. It was also been claimed in a letter of complaint sent from party officials to Murrell in January 2020 that Gibson broke Holyrood rules by using parliamentary staff for electioneering in his constituency in Ayrshire and Arran. They said follow-up emails, phone calls and letters to party HQ detailing a string of incidents have all been ignored and no investigation has been carried out. The statements are understood to have been passed to the SNP for further investigation, but the alleged victims have had no further response. In the meantime Gibson has been appointed convener of Holyrood’s finance and public administration committee. His nomination would have required the green light from party leadership. Gibson said last night: “This is a wholly invented tale from Mr Kerr. His increasingly desperate attacks on me and many others across the party have no basis in fact.” The SNP did not respond to a request for comment.

14 Sunday Mail November 28, 2021 email reporters@sundaymail.co.uk Tycoon’s eco win Scotland’s richest man, billionaire Anders Holch Povlsen, has won another major eco woodland award. The 15-year project to begin the rewilding of his Glen Feshie estate won the Forest and Woodland category at RSPB Scotland’s 10th anniversary Nature Scotland Awards. It comes weeks after the Dane, who bought Glen Feshie in 2006, won the New Native Woods category for Killiehuntly Woodland at the Scotland’s Finest Woods awards. Pearl king dies at 96 Scotland’s last pearl fisherman has died aged 96. Bill Abernethy uncovered the largest freshwater pearl found in Scotland in living memory while fishing on the River Tay in 1965. It became known as the Abernethy Pearl and was stored at Cairncross the jeweller in Perth. His ashes will be scattered on the River Conon, where Abernethy fished, and close to Nairn and Culloden, where he lived in later life. He fished for freshwater pearls until its ban in 1998. Thank you for all the Sunday meals ADVERTISING FEATURE SCOTTISH MUSIC AWARDS SHINES SPOTLIGHT ON LIVE MUSIC THE Specsavers Scottish Music Awards returned to a physical event this year with a spectacular awards ceremony at the legendary Barrowland Ballroom. The event celebrated the best of Scottish live music with awards presented to Amy McDonald, Biffy Clyro, The Fratellis, and KT Tunstall among others. This was the third consecutive year Specsavers has been headline sponsor, and it’s not just celebrating Scottish music that encourages the opticians and audiologists to support the awards. Now more than ever, it was important to continue to support the fantastic work of Nordoff Robbins. The pandemic had a massive impact on so many sectors, particularly live music and graN fed kids from deprived areas with our help it all started with a little girl’s drawing ■ Heather Greenaway A nursery worker has revealed how a Sunday Mail article has helped her feed hundreds of children in one of Scotland’s most deprived communities. In January 2019 Maggie Frater, from Broomloan nursery in Govan, Glasgow, told us how a little girl’s drawing of her mummy crying because they had nothing to eat had broken her heart. The child development officer and generous Maggie Frater Sunday Funding for a worthy cause charities like Nordoff Robbins which have found it incredibly difficult to fundraise and have had to find innovative ways to encourage donations. Specsavers also had to adapt during the first lockdown when staff were only able to see emergencies, with many stores across Scotland offering eye and hearing advice via video calls. The opticians and audiologists subsequently had to implement social distancing and hygiene measures to make sure stores are as safe as possible for customers and staff and have been proud to support the communities in which they serve. In spite of the pandemic, Specsavers stores across Scotland, plus its audiology and Home Visits services, have banded together to raise an incredible £15,000 for Nordoff Robbins. The funds will cover the cost of more than 600 music Mail Since the article, we no longer have to go hunting for food – it comes to us therapy sessions in Scotland. Four organisations Nordoff Robbins works with will benefit from the donation. Sight Scotland works with Nordoff Robbins to provide music therapy for children with a sight impairment. WORTHY Most of the Amy McDonald children have other and Sean Connelly, complex Specsavers disabilities and are Trongate. residents in the school which is based in Edinburgh and supports children from across the country. St Andrew’s Hospice in North Lanarkshire provides hospice care, including end of life and day care services for adults. Blythswood House in Renfrewshire supports adults with learning disabilities, her team began collecting unwanted supermarket leftovers earmarked for landfill and redistributed the food. Gran-of-seven Maggie, 65, made up soup packs and wrote to businesses for clothes, toys, toiletries and baby food. And after the Sunday Mail highlighted their work, the nursery was inundated with offers of help from across the UK. Maggie, a Sunday Mail Scotland’s Champion finalist in 2019, said: “Since the article ran, we no longer have to go hunting for food to feed our families – it comes to us. “We got so many offers of food, FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE WORK OF NORDOFF ROBBINS BY VISITING WWW.NORDOFF-ROBBINS.ORG.UK AND FIND YOUR LOCAL SPECSAVERS STORE BY VISITING WWW.SPECSAVERS.CO.UK Calaiswood After School children and young adults with learning disabilities, autism and related conditions. Susanne Akil, Specsavers’ Scottish chair, says: “We were proud to once again sponsor the Scottish Music Awards smiles better Picture of girl’s mum crying, left, and after Maggie’s aid, above we were able to start our own food bank”. Maggie, who lost her husband Alan to cancer in 2019 and is retiring tomorrow after 21 years at the nursery, said the need for food is greater than ever. She added: “Child poverty hasn’t gone away.” Maggie will miss the nursery and her colleagues. She said: “The day after the girl drew the picture of her mum crying, she drew a smiling face surrounded by bags of food. That drawing meant the world to me. We had made a difference. “I couldn’t have done what I have without the support of nursery manager Shona Pourvatan. She is one in a million.” and to be able to collectively donate this amazing sum of money between all of the stores in Scotland. “We have partnered with Nordoff Robbins on the awards for several years now and are still blown away by the difference music therapy can make to the lives of so many in the country. It is fantastic to know that this money will fund more than 600 music therapy sessions.” Specsavers was also pleased to partner with Nordoff Robbins on a brand new feature of the Scottish Music Awards – BSL interpreters who signed along to all the songs performed on stage as well as the spoken elements of the evening. Susanne adds: “Not only were the BSL interpreters a huge talking point of the evening, it was really important to make sure the awards were accessible for anyone with a hearing impairment, especially as it reaches bigger audiences than ever now that the event is streamed online.”

web www.sundaymail.co.uk greener property demand A Labour MSP wants to change the law to require all new houses built in Scotland to meet stringent energy efficiency standards. Alex Rowley wants a member’s Bill which would see all new-build homes required to meet the international “Passivhaus” standard – which focuses on insulation and retaining heat from the sun. He said: “I hope there will be cross-party support for this Bill.” 15 energy firms set to go bust Up to 15 more energy suppliers are set to go bust this winter because of the energy price crisis, experts have warned. Of the 25 energy firms left, analysts believe many more will go under by February. Tashema Jackson, of the price comparison site Energyhelpline, said: “With wholesale prices showing no signs of reducing we can expect more energy suppliers to cease trading.” V Sunday Mail November 28, 2021 15 Footie icoN’s housiNg project Faces objectioN ■ Mike McQuaid A multi-million pound housing project backed by football hero Graeme Souness faces being scuppered by medieval farmers. An archaeologist has warned that numerous structures dating back hundreds of years will be destroyed if planning permission is granted for Europark in Lanarkshire. We revealed four years ago that ex-Rangers and Scotland star Souness and his son Fraser had teamed up with members of the wealthy Gillespie mining dynasty to develop the site, close to Airdrie and the M8. Their firm – Orchard Brae Limited – wanted to build 2600 homes on land owned by daughters of the late Tory H o m e Secretary W i l l i e Whitelaw. Former Souness the Meddle Ages BIG PLANS Former Gers star Souness and site, above archaeologist against multi-million site Rangers player manager Souness, 68, is a significant shareholder in the company, while Fraser, 40, is a director. The development stalled after widespread opposition from local people, furious at the loss of greenbelt land. Now the proposals have been revised and the developers say they are confident they will win over the objectors. Orchard Brae promises a £364million investment, creating 789 jobs and another 4290 during the construction phase. But, in a written submission to North Lanarkshire Council, archaeology adviser Dr Murray Cook urged the authority to reject the planning application pending possible excavation work on the site. He stated: “A cursory review of the available historic maps reveals a wealth of remains, including farmsteads, many of which may have medieval remains of potentially national significance. “There are also 19th century mining remains that form a key aspect of the area’s history, and the former designed landscape for Woodhall House. “These are significant and numerous remains, all of which would be destroyed by the proposed development.” Central Scotland MSP Richard Leonard called for the expert’s claim to be probed. He said: “This must be investigated and the plans halted.” Since the planning application was submitted in 2018, the council has received almost 900 comments from the general public. However, there is significant backing from people who welcome the economic spin-offs it would bring.

16 Sunday Mail november 28, 2021 email reporters@sundaymail.co.uk Sunday Mail opinion Learn from the past.. no matter how long ago Scottish Child Abuse inquiry chair Lady Smith has concluded that children living in the Smyllum park orphanage in Lanark were subjected to despicable physical, mental and sexual abuse. The home, which was run by nuns, shut its doors more than 40 years ago and most of the former residents are approaching pension age, or are sadly no longer alive. Should we therefore turn our backs on its nightmarish past and move on? The answer must be a resounding no. Despite the passing of time, the spectre of Smyllum – and other accused care institutes – still haunts surviving former residents and their families. The black and white picture of Patricia Meenan, who died at the age of 12 in 1969, might hark back to a bygone era. But questions surrounding her death still haunt her family half a century later. Today, we reveal how another former resident who was homed with Patricia has begun legal action against the religious order who ran the home. She hopes – after decades of trying – now is the time to finally get justice. It is in everyone’s interests that she gets it, and as a society we owe it to those who suffered in silence to hear them now. It would be folly to believe atrocities like these could never happen again in Scotland. The only way to reduce the risk is to learn from the past and hold those individuals and institutions responsible to account, no matter how long has past. Shame of the SNP Malcolm kerr has been in the Snp for 54 years but has concluded he would be “ashamed and embarrassed” to make it 55. The 68-year-old doctor, a former Holyrood candidate and party official, believes complaints over the alleged conduct of Cunninghame North MSP Kenneth Gibson have been ignored by Nicola Sturgeon. He is clearly not alone in feeling that the party’s leadership has lost touch with the rank and file activists who put them in ministerial jobs. Dissent has been growing and the First Minister will be hoping her conference speech tomorrow can bring her party back together. It will be difficult because the one thing she’ll not be delivering is a date for IndyRef2. Only fools cash in elvis impersonator Stuart Maclennan claimed a £5000 Covid support grant for his party firm despite having a full-time job as a police officer. Eligibility rules for the scheme stated it was only for those without a second occupation and income. Hopefully Maclennan, who was caught performing as The King at a lockdownbusting party, will consider returning his cheque to sender. All you need to know About new tV fAntAsy wHere DiD THe iDeA CoMe froM? A bestselling, 14-book fantasy series, plus a prequel, by a US author who went under the pen name Robert Jordan. His actual name was James Oliver Rigney Jr – a former Vietnam War helicopter gunner who won medals for bravery. He died of a heart condition aged 58. A show insider has revealed that the writer’s widow Harriet McDougal, 82, went to Prague at the start of filming to give it her blessing. Author Brandon Sanderson finished the final three books. The WHEEL OF FORTUNE Rival to Game of thrones costs £7m an episode Could Game of Thrones finally have met its match? Amazon founder Jeff Bezos certainly thinks so… If you haven’t already heard of it, new fantasy series The Wheel Of Time has it all – dramatic Lord Of MoirAine DAMoDreD (roSAMunD pike) The 42-year-old is the beating heart of the series. She is a legendary mighty warrior. She has the miraculous power to channel the “One Power”, which is the source of all magic in this mystical universe. She is set on finding the Dragon Reborn, believed to be humanity’s saviour. In battle scenes you see her power circling around her as she uses it to fight the enemy. Her co-star Daniel Henney revealed she enlisted the help of series has sold more than 90million copies, making it one of the best-selling epic fantasy series since The Lord Of The Rings. They’re tales of good and evil, brimming with prophecies, magic and wars, spanning from the dawn of time to a future Earth. The first book, The Eye Of The World, came out in 1990. The new TV show is being co-produced by Amazon and Sony. The Rings-style scenery, special effects and, refreshingly, more male than female nudity for once. But at a rumoured cost of £7.4million an episode, there’s a lot – mainly money – riding on it being a big hit. The main star is none other than wHo’S wHo in SHow’S CAST a movement coach from London to perfect the choreography and hand gestures needed for the role. LAn MAnDrAGorAn (DAnieL Henney) The American, 41, starred in X-Men Origins: Wolverine and was a regular cast member in the series Criminal Minds. His character is a warder and protector of Moiraine. rAnD AL’THor (JoSHA STrADowSki) Watch out – there’s a new heartthrob in town. Dutch THe SeTTinG Welcome to a sprawling matriarchal land overseen by the magical ladies of an all-powerful, allfemale organisation – Aes Sedai. They channel something called the somewhat aloof British actress Rosamund Pike, better known for playing Bond girl Miranda Frost in Die Another Day. Amazon Prime Video is so confident we’ll love it, filming of a second season is already under way, with Meera Syal and actor and former model Josha, 26, enjoys the first kiss of the series as things get steamy with Egwene. He plays farmer and shepherd Rand – perhaps they should have named him Randy – from Two Rivers. He’s friends with Perrin and Lan. eGwene AL’Vere, (MADeLeine MADDen) The Australian actress, 24, plays a determined apprentice and appears to be more than just friends with brooding Rand. the “One Power” to keep the peace. Men once had the power too until – after being led by someone known as The Dragon – they ruined it. The story centres around the Aes Sedai’s Moiraine Damodred (Pike). She arrives in a town called the Two Rivers with her protector Lan Mandragoran. She identifies five villagers she suspects could be the Dragon Reborn – who will save or destroy humanity. The Two Rivers comes under attack from half-human, half-beasts called Trollics. Moiraine escapes, taking her chosen five with her, and off they trot to save the world. About 600 cast and crew were based in the Czech Republic for filming at a specially constructed studio. Production was supposed to take nine months but, due to Covid, dragged to two years. Most scenes were shot in Prague, while some were in Slovenia and Dubrovnik. Peaky Blinders star Natasha O’Keeffe among the cast. But with so many other lesserknown actors and stories to untangle, what’s it all about? Here, Emma Pryer gives readers an overview of one of the biggest productions of the year. perrin AyBArA, (MArCuS ruTHerforD) Also known as Perrin Goldeneyes and Young Bull, the littleknown 26-year-old is one of the main protagonists. He was originally a blacksmith’s apprentice from the Two Rivers. nynAeVe AL’MeArA (Zoe roBinS) The New Zealander, 28, plays the “Wisdom” of the village of Edmond’s Field, who advises the local council. LEADING LADY Rosamund Pike (Moiraine Damodred), right, with fellow cast members of The Wheel Of Time

web www.sundaymail.co.uk Sunday Mail November 28, 2021 17 A Tale of Two Wee Grannies. Mavis was married to Bert and they had two children and three grandchildren. Bert died a few years back and Mavis lived on in the family home, a nice little three-bedroom semi in Surrey, just outside London. Irene was married to Ted. They had two children and three grandchildren too. Ted also died a while ago, bequeathing Irene his pension and their three-bedroom semi in Hull, in the north-east of England. A few years after their husbands died, Mavis and Irene both suffered from bad strokes and neither of them was able to look after themselves any more. They had to be taken into care. Because Mavis and Bert had bought their house back in the 1970s, for just £12,000, there was no mortgage left on it. Irene’s care had cost every penny of the equity in her house And because it was within an hour of London, it was now worth £700,000. Irene and Ted bought their ex-council house in the 1980s, under Thatcher’s right-tobuy scheme. It had only cost them £6000. They had long paid off their mortgage too and their property was now worth just over £100,000. Mavis and Irene both spent the last two years of their lives in care homes and passed away around the same time. So far, two very similar families having very similar life experiences at opposite ends of England. Then it all changed. Mavis’s care in the home had cost £860 a week. So it took around two years for her to hit the £86,000 cap mandated in the Government’s new Health and Social Care bill. She also had to pay an additional £250 a week towards living costs like rent, food and utilities. This meant bills of another £1000 a month, or £24,000 for the last two years of her life. Mavis’s total care bill at the time of her death eventually came to £110,000. Amazingly, this was the same total for Irene, who died the same week as Mavis. Even after the cost of her care, when Mavis’s family home was sold, she was able to leave her children nearly £300,000 each. In turn, her children passed most of this on to their children, Mavis’s grandchildren, giving them enough money towards the deposits they needed to buy flats of their own within a short commute of London. Up north, a few hours up the eastern coast, things weren’t quite so rosy. Irene’s care had cost every penny of the equity in her house. But there was a bright spot – the final £20,000 of her money was government protected! Once the funeral costs had all been covered, Killer Kyle Rittenhouse is the type of right-wing hero America deserves Every country gets the heroes it deserves, it seems. A couple of weeks back a jury found Kyle Rittenhouse not guilty of shooting two people dead in the protests that followed in the wake of ToUgh Care bills take toll on the elderly Two lives, two families, two familiar stories.. but one big difference that shows how the damage caused by Tory policies passes down the generations George Floyd’s death. Oh, he shot them all right but it was in self-defence. This being America, the jury seemed to find it understandable that a teenager had shown up to a protest with a fully loaded machine gun he was too young to legally own. In any sane country you’d have expected Rittenhouse to do what after the verdict? Lay low, maybe? Be contrite? Vanish from sight completely? But this is America – so there he was on Tucker Carlson’s talk show. There he was with Republican members of Congress falling over themselves to offer him jobs as an intern. And, finally, there he was at Mar-a-Lago, grinning from ear to ear as he gave it the thumbs-up with Donald Trump, the ultimate sign that the killer of two had been fully embraced as the right-wing hero the country deserved. Of course they deserve him. It’s America. RighT-To-bUy sCheMe Margaret Thatcher. Left, Jeremy Corbyn Irene’s children were left with around £7500 each. One of them bought a second-hand car. The other took the family on a nice holiday to Florida. Both grannies had worked hard and played by the rules. Because of a geographical quirk of birthplace, one set of grandchildren were able to continue a cycle of wealth and property owning. The others? Not so much. However, there was one other similarity between Mavis and Irene… Mavis had voted Conservative all her life because that was what you did in Surrey. Irene had been a Labour voter when she was a young girl because that was what you did in the north. But, as Ted had explained to her before he died, “at the end of the day”, it was “that Mrs Thatcher” who made it possible for them to own their own home. To have a real asset to leave to their children and their grandchildren. So that they could have a better start in life than they’d had. Because that was what it was all about, really, wasn’t it? It took Irene a while – she’d quite liked that Tony Blair and everything – but eventually, because of all the immigration and the EU red tape and that awful Jeremy Corbyn and everything else, she started voting Conservative too. Just like Mavis had always done, a few hundred miles to the south of her. But it wasn’t the immigrants who took away the tiny bit of inheritance she’d hoped to leave her family. It wasn’t the EU or Jeremy Corbyn either. It was the very people who she voted for. Poor Irene. TRUMP CARD Kyle Rittenhouse

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web www.sundaymail.co.uk sTroNG Arm Out in force public hit out at police over cop26 tactics ■ Gordon Blackstock Police faced an official complaint for every day of the Cop26 conference amid concern about tactics in managing protesters. Figures show 25 complaints were lodged with the force during the 25-day conference. The 25 complaints were revealed during a meeting of the Scottish Police Authority. Kelvingrove Park on November 6 was a flashpoint, with police criticised for “kettling”, or cordoning in, protesters. Green MSPs Ross Greer and Maggie Chapman complained. A spokesman for Extinction Rebellion said policing was over the top. He said: “Police tactics suffocated peaceful protest.” Cops revealed there had been only 97 arrests over the summit. Police Scotland’s Assistant Chief Constable Gary Ritchie said: “To have only 25 complaints is testament to the professionalism and hard work of Police Scotland and mutual aid officers.” Sunday Mail November 28, 2021 19 covid helps cops keep tabs oN crime bosses GANGDEMIC ■ Norman Silvester Hundreds of criminals were added to the number of alerts warned by police during issued across Scotland. Last year police also issued lockdown that their lives 186 “Threat to Life Disruption were in danger. Notices”, where the gangsters Detectives visited their homes and are warned against carrying out informed gangland figures in person attacks against rivals. It is almost about the death threats from rivals. three times the figure for 2017. Police Scotland figures released last Notices can be issued if cops know week show a total of 365 alerts were VIGILANT Cops of planned acts of violence but don’t issued in 2020 – the highest in four years. on the front foot have evidence to make the arrests. Of that total, 17 were Osman Police also have a legal requirement Warnings, where police believed there to tell someone if an attack is being was an immediate risk to their lives, planned against them. while 161 were given “Personal Safety Advice Notices” and told they may be alerts over death Crime boss Steven Lyons, 40, fled to Spain in 2006 after being shot in attacked by other gang members. Glasgow. Several Lyons gang members Many were generated by the 20-year were jailed for a total of 104 years at Glasgow turf war between the Lyons threats on the rise the High Court in Glasgow in 2019 over and Daniel crime clans. may also be down to “I believe that has played a plans to assassinate their rivals. Former head of the Scottish Crime the recent success in significant part in why there has One intended victim was Steven and Drugs Enforcement Agency hacking into encrypted been a rise in warnings. “Bonzo” Daniel, the nephew of the late Graeme Pearson said the notices phone systems. “It has also given the police a Glasgow crime boss Jamie Daniel. are a useful way to disrupt This has resulted in reason to be at a criminal’s home Since 2017 more than 20 members of the daily activities criminals turning and speak with them. the rival Daniel and Lyons families have of criminals. on each other “The last thing that they want is been warned that their lives are at risk. He believes because they being identified by the police and A police source said: “Lockdown has the increase believe they have that undermines their confidence.” made it easier to track down people FAN Extop cop the police. influence of organised crime groups message is that the police are in charge been “grassed” to Pearson also believes the rising involved in organised crime. The Pearson Pearson added: from Eastern Europe and Asia has and violence won’t be tolerated.” Perfect Christmas gift Give the gift of ROOTS with our Scottish seed subscription Subscribe today at nts.org.uk/roots A £72 annual subscription gets • 10 packs each year • Including Scottish seeds six times a year • Tips from expert gardeners • Stories and histories about Scottish flowers And you’ll be helping the National Trust for Scotland gardens flourish and thrive. The National Trust for Scotland is a Scottish charity, SC007410

web www.sundaymail.co.uk baby’s eye defeCt led to devastatINg dIagNosIs Children like our Jessica must get help in days.. not wait for months Call for brain tumour MRI fast-tracks ■ Norman Silvester The parents of a baby girl who might only have weeks to live have told how an unusual eye movement turned out to be a brain tumour. Jessica Gibson’s mum and dad are now calling for children with similar symptoms to be fast-tracked for an MRI scan after she was initially given a four-month wait. In July she was diagnosed with pilocytic astrocytoma – a tumour of the brain and spinal cord – when only four months old. Jessica has endured five operations, three types of chemotherapy and spent lengthy spells in hospital. On November 10 doctors decided she was too weak for any more surgery or chemotherapy and was sent home from hospital in an ambulance for palliative care. It was then the family, who live in East Kilbride, Lanarkshire, were told she may only have weeks to live. Mum Gillian Allum, 36, and dad Andrew Gibson, 49, first became concerned when Jessica’s right eye began moving rapidly from side to side. An initial GP referral to the brave Jessica fights for her life hospital led to a three or four-month wait for an MRI scan but soon after Jessica’s weight started to drop and she was admitted to Wishaw General Hospital in Lanarkshire on July 29. Following an emergency MRI scan at the Royal Hospital for Sick Children in Glasgow, her parents were told there was a large mass in Jessica’s brain and smaller tumours in her spine. She then went through three major operations in the space of a week and also began chemotherapy. Andrew, who is an operations manager, said Jessica would be dead now if they had waited four months for an MRI scan. He would like to see the NHS prioritise children showing signs of brain tumours. He added: “The MRI scans really need to take place within days rather than months.” Gillian, a business development manager, said: “We need to do more for children who present symptoms like Jessica’s and get their treatment fast-tracked. If the worst-case scenario happens to our daughter, I want to make sure no other family go through this.” Jessica’s parents are doing everything they can to get her better, including the use of approved herbal remedies and treatments. They are also speaking with a private consultant in Thailand who specialises in natural medicine. A Just Giving site has been set up to raise £50,000 to support the family and pay for any possible future private procedures. One possibility is cell therapy treatment in a private London clinic, which could cost between £8000 and £25,000. Anyone wishing to donate can do so at justgiving.com/crowdfunding/ ron-mcclure-1 If the worst happens to Jessica, I want to make sure no other family go through this UPTO 80% OFF FASHION bundle of joy Mum Gillian Allum and dad Andrew Gibson with baby Jessica Sunday Mail November 28, 2021 21 BLACKFRIDAYSALE toshoplocal&save UPTO 70% OFF TOYS& GAMING Maradona shines on Football hero Diego Maradona has had a star named after him on the first anniversary of his death. South American football federation Conmebol said: “Maradona now shines in the sky.” The star, baptised with the late footballer’s surname, was registered on an online platform. Former Barcelona and Napoli legend Maradona died of heart failure aged 60. 3 shoppers shot in US Black Friday shoppers ran for cover after shootings at two US shopping malls. Three people were shot and wounded in Durham, North Carolina, at 3.23pm on Friday, including a 10-year-old boy. In Washington State, at least one person was shot after gunfire erupted in the food court of the Tacoma Mall at 7pm on Friday. No arrests have been made yet. UPTO 60% OFF HOMEWARE GetanEXTRA10% OFFsaleitems! Usecode:RECORD10 Shopthehighstreetonlineat: downyourhighstreet.co.uk/record

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24 Sunday Mail November 28, 2021 email reporters@sundaymail.co.uk Sam’S got outlandiSh magiciaN oN solviNg the planS to be next bond Outlander star Sam named as the spy would be is important to dream big Heughan has admitted he the equivalent of an athlete and to strive for more. You would love to be picked as making it to the Olympics. wouldn’t complain (about the next James Bond. Asked on the High getting James Bond) but The Scots actor is one of Performance Podcast about there’s an infinite number the bookies’ favourites to the prospect of playing of amazing roles out there.” play 007 after Daniel Craig Bond, he said: “I think it’s Heughan auditioned for stepped down from the role. The 41-year-old has now spoken of his desire to land the part and said it was one he would “die for”. Heughan said he was important to dream, isn’t it? “It’s important to aspire to greatness and new goals and that one in particular is one you would die for. “I am very aware that it’s the role of Bond in 2005 but lost out to Craig, who made his last appearance as the spy in No Time To Die earlier this year. Bookmakers have made ambitious to become a big more of a bookie’s dream Heughan 12-1 to become the movie star and joked being than anything but I think it next Bond. SPy P hoPeS Heughan wrap up warm wIth £5,000* worth of help Justin Bieber can finish one in two minutes, while Will Smith takes only 55 seconds… but Adam Black can do it in less time than it has taken to read this sentence. The 20-year-old student, from Dunblane, can solve a Rubik’s cube in under five seconds and is in the running to be crowned world champion next month at the Red Bull World Cup. From the moment he picked up the puzzle aged eight, Adam committed himself to becoming the fastest speed cuber on the planet and he’s getting closer to his goal every day. It took him more than an hour to solve his first cube but, after years of daily practice and studying online methods and algorithms, he has got his personal best time down to a jaw-dropping 4.46 seconds. Adam, who is a former Young Magician of the Year, is now limbering up to take on the best in the world, including reigning champion Max Park – star of Netflix documentary The Speed Cubers. He will travel to London for the event on December 3, where he will go head to head v i r t u a l l y with other f i n a l i s t s from across the globe. A d a m said: “ To be classed a s w o r l d c h a m p i o n would be the dream but there is a lot of competition out there. Both Max Park and Tymon Kolasinski have qualified and they are two of the best speed cubers in PUZZLe MASter Student Adam Black Pic Mark Anderson inventor Erno Rubik ■ Heather Greenaway the world. Max won last year with a time of 5.2 seconds and, although my PB is faster, it is nearly impossible to go subfive seconds in a competition situation. “The current world record is held by Yusheng Du from China, who solved a scrambled cube in 3.47 seconds at the Wuhu Open in 2018 but no one has got close since.” The former Dunblane High School pupil, who can solve 400 cubes in a three-hour practice session, added: “My best chance of bringing home a title is in the rescramble or reverse solve category. This is where you are given a solved cube and you are asked to match the pattern on a randomly scrambled one. “It’s a bit more complicated than the other events but I have been practising really hard and there is a chance, if luck is on my side, I might come good. “The winner gets a golden cube trophy. I would love to be able to add that to my collection of more than 100 Rubik’s cubes.” W h e n Staying warm in the winter is a must. With energy bills rising, it’s only natural to worry about costs. Fortunately, support is available with Home Energy Scotland, from the Scottish Government, to help you save money and stay warmer. With up to £5,000* worth of help, you could get funding for measures like insulation or a new heating system. Go on, put your feet up. Call or click to find out more. *Selected areas & low income & vulnerable households. Further eligibility criteria, terms and conditions apply. It was officially introduced to the world in 1980 after it was licensed by the Ideal Toy Corp. The first speed cubing World Championship was hosted in Budapest in 1982 and the winner completed the puzzle in 22.95 seconds. Singer Justin Bieber loves cubing and can complete one in under two minutes.

web www.sundaymail.co.uk Sunday Mail November 28, 2021 25 claSSic puzzle iN leSS thaN five SecoNdS aNd hiS dream job THE CUBING REVOLUTION Hungarian Erno Rubik invented the Rubik’s cube 40 years ago, he had no idea it would become a household name and, four decades on, the brightly coloured 3D puzzle has regained its cult status. Children of all ages are watching YouTube videos on how to cube solve and are posting footage of themselves solving the puzzle on social media. Adam, who is studying events and festival management at Edinburgh’s Queen Margaret University, said there is something hypnotic and addictive about a Rubik’s cube and admitted after his first solve he was hooked. He said: “I was eight when I started cubing. My big brother Daniel got one for his birthday but he didn’t want to mix it up because it was nice and neat when it was solved. “Being the annoying little brother, I mixed it up and he had to solve it. Then I thought, ‘I’ll give it a go,’ and I did. It took me more than an hour but I wanted to be faster. “I started watching videos and was soon able to do it in less than five minutes. “I just kept going and have been dropping my times and solving cubes every day since. It’s rare to see me without a cube in my hand.” Adam, who is a member of the magic circle, added: “I used to try to get my times down by trying to cube solve between tube stops. The doors would close at one tube station and I would endeavour to have it done by the time we reached the next one. Now I can do a few solves in that time. “There i s j u s t somet h i n g satisf y i n g a n d hypnotic about solving a Rubik ’s cube so it’s no wonder it has regained its cult status It is the world’s bestselling puzzle. and is once again part of popular culture People love stuff from the 80s like Back To The Future so it’s no surprise it is so popular, especially when there are so many people competing to become the fastest in the world. “There is a massive worldwide Rubik’s community on social media and it’s growing by the day.” It was his Rubik’s cube trick which won Will Smith’s character in film The Pursuit Of Happyness was a speed cuber. Adam his Magician of the Year title in 2019. He said: “My love of magic and the cube started at the same time and then, about six years ago, I decided to It was originally called the Magic cube. combine them, which has gone down really well. “I did an U-18s magic competition in 2012 as part of the Edinburgh Magic Festival called War Of The Wizards and managed to win that with a cube trick. In 2019 another cube trick won me the Magician of the Year title. “I got someone in the audience to sign the cube. Then, at the end of the act, their signed Rubik’s cube magically appeared in a sealed glass jar. The prize included a trip to Las Vegas to visit the worldfamous McBride Magic and Mystery School but, due to Covid, I haven’t been able to go yet but it is hopefully on the cards next year.” He added: “My fingers are kept nimble by practising with the cube, which in turn helps me with my slightof-hand magic. “They are both interchangeable and they are both magical.” Adam, who is the only Scot taking part in the Red Bull-sponsored World Cup, The puzzle was invented in 1974 by Hungarian sculptor and professor of architecture Erno Rubik to help his architectural students understand 3D shapes. would love to make a career out of cubing and a win next month could make that dream a reality. He said: “One of my fellow cubers Tom Crosbie, who goes by the name The In the last 40 years nearly half a billion cubes have been sold globally. Performing Nerd, is travelling the world on a cruise ship with his Rubik’s cube. I would love to do something similar. “If I could spend my life doing magic and cubing, I would be the happiest person on the planet. Rubik’s cube solving is fun and who wouldn’t want to make fun their day job?” Student set to take on the best speed cubers on the planet as he bids to be world champion twists and turns on the road to fame The mind-blowing sport of cube solving has proved so popular that Netflix released documentary The Speed Cubers in 2020. The programme follows last year’s Red Bull Rubik’s World Cup champion Max Park and his Australian rival Feliks Zemdegs as they battle it out for cubing world domination. Feliks, 25, is the only speed cuber to ever win the World Cube Association World Championship twice and has set more than 100 world records across various speed-cubing events. He is often considered the greatest speed-solver of all time but 19-year-old Californian Max, who has also set multiple world records, is snapping at his heels with 297 Rubik’s cube event wins under his belt. CUBE CHAMP Max Park FULL DECK Adam is also an awardwinning magician EXCITING Fans watch contestants in Rubik’s Cube World Championship

web www.sundaymail.co.uk in tomorrow’s Countdown to Christmas Stress-busting tips to keep you smiling through the festivities in our Life section Puzzles A pullout every day to keep your brain buzzing Plus all the weekend’s football action in the 16-Page winner Sunday Mail November 28, 2021 27 ‘Long Covid’ turned out to be cancer Woman’s acute pain misdiagnosed ■ Dave Burke A woman in terrible pain for months was diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer after her symptoms were mistaken for long Covid. Nichola Petermann was 26 when she learned she had Hodgkin lymphoma and needed immediate treatment – forcing her to leave her dream TV job months after she started. Medics thought her fever, abdominal pain and night sweats were a result of her getting Covid in January. But as her illness got worse, she took painkillers six times a day in order to continue her day-to-day life. In the absence of answers, Nichola, from Glasgow, repeatedly sought medical OrdEAL Nichola attention but the likelihood of it being long Covid masked the advanced stage her cancer had reached. When she was finally diagnosed, her condition was so advanced she had to start chemo the next day – forcing her to leave her job. Nichola said: “I did think it was long Covid. I had no idea how serious it was. Because it was harder to see GPs, it was really hard. “I treated it myself with pain relief but eventually it got to the point where I couldn’t handle it any more.” When the pain became too much, she contacted NHS 24 and ultrasound finally showed she’d cancer. Nichola said: “As soon as it was diagnosed they realised how serious it was.” She spent 10 weeks in Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow and was discharged in August. A month later, Nichola was told she was in remission but still suffers from fatigue and struggles to walk long distances. NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde said: “We are sorry to hear of this woman’s concerns, and we will look into her case.” £19.99 was £39.99 HoMedics Neck Massager £48.99 was £84.99 Star Wars Animatronic Baby Yoda from £174.50 was from £349.00 Simba Refurbished Mattress Selected Black Friday inventory only. HoMedics Neck Massager offer ends 30/11/2021. Star Wars Animatronic Baby Yoda offer ends 4/12/2021. Simba Refurbished Mattress offer ends 30/11/2021; price refers to double Hybrid mattress. All offers are while stocks last. Delivery charges may apply to the Channel Islands and Isle of Man.

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FUNDAY PUZZLE PRIZE CROSSWORDS eMories oF cotLANd Daily RecoRD Tuesday, September 7, 2021 MoRe aT DailyRecoRD.co.UK the big one THE BIG oNE ACROSS 1 Scottish rugby great (5,8) 8 Elated, very happy? (2,5,4) 14 Shins up (6) 16 To ban (6) 17 Person caring for horses (5) 87 Slumbering (6) 18 Annoys Kris (anag) (4) 89 Snake (3) 19 Melrose ----- was 91 Formal meal (8) founded in 1136 (5) 92 Large milk can (5) 21 Crafty, sly (7) 93 Male monarch, 22 The opposite of slow (4) chesspiece (4) 23 Football official (7) 95 Fish eggs (3) 24 Type of rodent (3) 97 A broad heavy knife (7) 25 Engrossed in part (anag) 98 Mr McA lister, footba l (4) coach (4) 26 Devil, Old Nick (5) 99 I legal hunter (7) 27 Game plan, generalship 100 Drained of colour, pa lid (8) (5) 28 --- up, --- on, --- product 102 Molten rock (4) (3) 103 Freedom from war (5) 30 Inte ligent (6) 104 Waterproof hip-length 38 An item of Highland jacket (6) dress (4) 105 Japanese dwarf tree (6) 41 Fashion leader (11) 106 Fairground ride (6,5) 42 Interrogates (9) 107 Colourless odourless 44 Charming, winning (7) incombustible gas (6,7) 46 A destructive insect (6) 47 ----- door, -----man, ----- DOWN loader (5) 2 During pregnancy (9) 48 Of or suitable to a 3 Occasiona ly (3,3,4) brother (9) 4 Branch of medicine (7) 49 A large tent (7) 5 Place apart, cause to be 51 Type of marsupial (8) alone (7) 53 Exclusive (5) 6 A sacred beetle (6) 54 Preference, liking (5) 7 A funambulist (9,6) 56 Defeats (5) 9 Emery board (8) 57 Constantly annoy the 10 Lewd (7) horse? (3) 11 Information (4) 60 Imitation gem made of 12 A sma l bunch of paste (10) flowers, posy (7) 62 Free enterprise (10) 13 Set fire to the flashlight! 64 Tear violently or roughly (5) (3) 15 Begin, commence (5) 65 Paris underground (5) 20 Male pig (4) 66 Biblical prophet (5) 29 Stylus (6) 68 Jocky Wilson’s game (5) 31 Spring over the crypt? 71 Very hot (8) (5) 73 Entertainer (7) 32 Ungenerous or niggardly 74 The approach of person (9) 45 Cat noise (4) 63 This makes things look 75 Big cats (6) 90 Adage (7) darkness (9) 33 Jackie -------, motor- 50 Dissatisfied (10) bigger (10,5) 77 Delighting in others’ 91 Book of words (7) 76 To respond (5) racing great (7) 52 Solemn pledge (4) 66 A deep purplish red (7) pain, inhumane (5) 93 Shish or doner? (5) 77 Croupier’s workplace (6) 34 To move forward (7) 55 Tailed newtlike 67 Depart in haste, slang 79 Keen fan (in Spain?) (10) 94 Mournful or pitiable (6) 78 To pacify or appease (7) 35 Possessions, effects (10) amphibian (10) (7) 83 Stifled (9) 96 The male of any duck 80 Sugar pea (9) 36 An orchestra leader (9) 58 Very large breed of dog 68 Clackmannanshire town 84 A romantic song (8) (5) 81 To be in agreement 37 Catches sight of (6) (5,4) (and a currency) (6) 85 Scottish emblem (7) 101 Hitlerite (4) (3,3,2,3) 39 Sudden stabbing pain (6) 59 Wither (4) 69 Hi-fi (6) 86 Costing nothing, gratis 82 This is the capital of 40 Chewy sweet (6) 61 Onlooker, observer (9) 70 A stiff straw hat (6) (4) Norway (4) 43 A type of soft fruit (10) 72 Simple, not difficult (4) 88 Having little depth (7) 4 Daily RecoRD Tuesday, September 14, 2021 MoRe aT DailyRecoRD.co.UK SOlUTIONS funday tuesday, sePteMBeR 7 SU-DOKU 1 2 3 QUICKSTART FuTosHIkI Insert the numbers one to five in each row and each column, making sure that no number is repeated. The only symbols to guide you are the “greater than” (>) and “less than” (<) signs. 1 3 2 ACROSS: 3 Assurance; 8 Nail; 9 Curiosity; 10 Labour; 11 Beast; 14 Surge; 15 Shun; 16 Drear; 18 Rasp; 20 Arson; 21 Hoard; 24 Vacuum; 25 Avuncular; 26 Suit; 27 Underhand. DOWN: 1 Enclosure; 2 Gibberish; 4 Sour; 5 Unite; 6 Assess; 7 Cute; 9 Cured; 11 Breed; 12 Thesaurus; 13 Unanimity; 17 Radar; 19 Pounce; 22 Rough; 23 Oven; 24 Vain. CODEBREAKER 1=P, 2=U, 3=I, 4=D, 5=K, 6=Z, 7=F, 8=V, 9=S, 10=N, 11=T, 12=M, 13=G, 14=L, 15=W, 16=Q, 17=C, 18=O, 19=H, 20=J, 21=X, 22=R, 23=B, 24=Y, 25=E, 26=A. WORDWHEEL EVERYBODY 30-SEC BRAIN TEASER 42, 105, 123 GK CROSSWORD ACROSS: 1 James; 4 Jutland; 8 Durre l; 9 Jesse; 10 Sunn; 11 Para lel; 13 Dead; 14 Calm; 16 Amaranth; 17 Baer; 20 Indus; 21 Ikebana; 22 Tangram; 23 Bears. DOWN: 1 Judas Iscariot; 2 Myron; 3 Seed; 4 Julian; 5 Taj Mahal; 6 Absalom; 7 Die Fledermaus; 12 Makassar; 13 Dearden; 15 Atrium; 18 Agaña; 19 Webb. CRYPTIC CROSSWORD ACROSS: 3 Overtired; 8 Oman; 9 Brigadier; 10 Belfry; 11 Broad; 14 Spain; 15 Need; 16 Grass; 18 Idle; 20 Crisp; 21 Erase; 24 Monica; 25 Deviation; 26 Duel; 27 Dependant. DOWN: 1 Bombastic; 2 Ma leable; 4 Very; 5 Roger; 6 Indian; 7 Eyed; 9 Bring; 11 Brake; 12 Delicious; 13 Adaptable; 17 Scion; 19 Ermine; 22 Sited; 23 Mete; 24 Moon. CLOCKWORD 1 Rotund, 2 Orchid, 3 Ba lad, 4 Elated, 5 Ripped, 6 Torpid, 7 Gravid, 8 Outbid, 9 Unkind, 10 Landed, 11 Eyelid, 12 Ticked. Robert Goulet NINER 4 OVERHAULS 5 6 THE BIG ONE 3 4 6 7 1 2 9 5 8 5 4 9 5 6 2 1 1 8 3 7 3 7 4 1 9 2 8 7 1 4 SUDOKU EASY GOGEN X S R Y N M K E T G A F V L P U H O D Q C J B W FUTOSHIKI 3 1 2 4 5 5 4 1 3 2 1 5 3 2 4 2 3 4 5 1 4 2 5 1 3 sudoku 3 2 7 QUICKSTART WIN £50 15 13 16 6 12 1 2 3 4 5 14 7 8 10 11 21 17 9 18 27 32 23 22 24 25 19 20 26 31 28 29 30 37 41 34 35 36 38 48 43 39 40 33 47 44 42 45 46 49 62 52 50 51 56 53 54 55 72 70 73 71 57 59 61 58 60 64 63 77 69 65 66 67 68 80 74 75 76 84 79 78 82 83 81 93 101 100 92 86 91 85 87 88 97 89 90 95 99 98 96 94 105 104 102 103 107 106 on thiS PAge ACROSS: 1 Gavin Hastings, 8 On cloud nine, 14 Climbs, 16 Outlaw, 17 Groom, 18 Irks, 19 Abbey, 21 Cunning, 22 Fast, 23 Referee, 24 Rat, 25 Rapt, 26 Satan, 27 Strategy, 28 End, 30 Clever, 38 Kilt, 41 Trendsetter, 42 Questions, 44 Winsome, 46 Locust, 47 Front, 48 Fraternal, 49 Marquee, 51 Kangaroo, 53 Elite, 54 Taste, 56 Beats, 57 Nag, 60 Rhinestone, 62 Capitalism, 64 Rip, 65 Metro, 66 Moses, 68 Darts, 71 Steaming, 73 Artiste, 74 Nightfa l, 76 React, 77 Casino, 78 Placate, 80 Mangetout, 81 See eye to eye, 82 Oslo, 87 Asleep, 89 Asp, 91 Luncheon, 92 Churn, 93 King, 95 Roe, 97 Machete, 98 Gary, 99 Poacher, 100 Ashen, 102 Lava, 103 Peace, 104 Anorak, 105 Bonsai, 106 Ferris wheel, 107 Carbon dioxide. DOWN: 2 Antenatal, 3 Now and then, 4 Surgery, 5 Isolate, 6 Scarab, 7 Tightrope walker, 9 Nailfile, 10 Obscene, 11 Data, 12 Nosegay, 13 Torch, 15 Start, 20 Boar, 29 Needle, 31 Vault, 32 Skinflint, 33 Stewart, 34 Advance, 35 Belongings, 36 Conductor, 37 Espies, 39 Twinge, 40 Toffee, 43 Strawberry, 45 Purr, 50 Discontent, 52 Oath, 55 Salamander, 58 Great Dane, 59 Wilt, 61 Spectator, 63 Magnifying glass, 66 Magenta, 67 Scarper, 68 Do lar, 69 Stereo, 70 Panama, 72 Easy, 75 Tigers, 77 Cruel, 79 Aficionado, 83 Smothered, 84 Serenade, 85 Thistle, 86 Free, 88 Sha low, 90 Proverb, 91 Lexicon, 93 Kebab, 94 Tragic, 96 Drake, 101 Nazi. EXTRA PUZZLES 1 4 2 9 Across Down 1 Speak (5) 4 Momentum (7) 8 Deplorable (7) 9 Scrub (5) 10 Merit (4) 11 Administer (8) 13 Couple (4) 14 Formerly (4) 16 Colour (8) 17 Wagon (4) 20 Dreary (5) 21 Musically quick (7) 22 Dead (7) 23 Estimate (5) Boost your brain power with our 30-second test. Start with the number on the left and fo low the instructions. Beginners should aim to complete the puzzle in 30 seconds. Intermediates should finish their own puzzle and the Beginner’s Cha lenge. Genius players have 30 seconds to complete their own plus the Intermediate. Good luck! 5 1 2 4 8 2 6 5 5 2 9 8 4 8 3 4 5 6 5 3 4 3 7 4 1 3 5 6 4 5 SUDOKU MEDIUM 2 £50 TO BE WON aT DailyReco RD.co.UK The prize crossword winner on Tuesday, august 17, was Jean gibb, Stirling, and on Tuesday, august 24, was Helen Kerr, Stirling 1 Fickle (13) 2 Teacher (5) 3 Space (4) 4 Infuse (6) 5 Put off (8) 6 Thrash (7) 7 Clandestine (13) 12 Wrong (8) 13 Acrid (7) 15 Itinerant (6) 18 Quarrel (5) 19 Stopper (4) 30-SEC BRAIN TEASER 9 x8 +3 ÷5 -11 x15 +12 2/3 6 8 2 4 3 7 5 1 6 2 1 6 4 7 6 SUDOKU HARD 5 4 8 5 3 Just send your completed grid, with a note of your name and address, to: Funday Puzzler Big Xword, PO Box 901, Glasgow G9 2BD. The winner for The Big One crossword wi l be chosen at random from a l correct entries received by September 10. Usual Daily Record rules apply. Editor’s decision is final. 7 8 4 3 9 3 1 6 2 Page 1 of this x2 BEGINNER ANSWER INTERMEDIATE ANSWER 28 ADVANCED ANSWER 123 COdEBREAKER The number in each square corresponds to a letter. You have to work out the words in the grid, using the three letters provided. Fi l in these known letters first, then use your ski l and judgement to work out the remainder. +231 ÷3 +142 15% 17 23 15 13 7 14 12 23 8 + 2/5 x5 +7 ÷3 -14 2 19 10 20 11 4 25 22 11 16 17 23 2 3 20 26 25 17 19 22 10 3 19 10 20 19 10 12 20 26 8 10 22 16 2 6 22 1 22 1 12 2 13 25 2 8 26 20 26 21 8 11 19 8 20 18 17 8 10 12 25 22 19 16 10 6 20 26 23 20 8 12 12 7 20 19 15 13 9 7 19 22 12 15 12 of this 9 10 -27 +39 ÷2 +82 ÷6 ÷7 +264 2/3 +113 +269 of this of this B E D 8 24 17 20 25 18 6 22 4 8 14 8 16 26 13 5 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 14 15 16 17 WORd WHEEl You have 10 mins to find as many words as possible using the letters in the wheel. Each must use the hub letter and at least 3 others. Letters may be used only once. You cannot use plurals, foreign words or proper nouns. There is at least one 9-letter word to be found. How you rate: 12 words: good 16 words: very good 18 or more: exce lent. 8 E 9 10 11 12 13 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Every Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday inside the D B U C N C I L G K H Page 3 Making a drama out of a fiery crisis £50 prize crossword Across 1 Disorderly piles? Yes, lots and lots of a different shape (5) 4 Jo’s bone is broken? Some cosmetic surgery is needed (4,3) 8 It’s what’s needed for a vaccine jab. Yes, grin somehow (7) 9 Alarmed after wee Alan leaves, equipped with weapons (5) 10 Drummers keep them and cardiologists listen for them (5) 11 Ted does a U-turn on our roundabout route (6) 14 A portion of grandpa’s tagliatelle – an Italian speciality (5) 16 Otis leaves lively Costa Rica heading to Ghana’s capital (5) 18 Depend upon a partial tour – Ely only (4,2) 21 The back of the ship is grim (5) dowN Name................................................................................................. Address ............................................................................................. ............................................................................................................ ............................................................................................................ .......................................................Postcode..................................... eNter todAy wiNNers LAst weeK’s soLUtioNs ■ Send entry to Prize Crossword, PO Box 904, Sunday Mail, G9 2HL. Winner receives £50. In Britain in the 1930s, the cinema was king. And when the Bedford Picture House in Glasgow was destroyed by fire in 1932, it was rebuilt and reopened within just 20 weeks. This photo was taken on December 23 – just as the Kirklee tram passes by on Eglinton Street in the Gorbals – days before it opened its doors again. And the opening movies were comedy 24 The derelict railway will provide the hikers’ route (5) 25 Pout after Mac returns to sleep under canvas (4,3) 26 Lack of restrictions from taking in retired Dee (7) 27 A little lass alone in the hairdresser’s shop (5) 1 Outrageously shot the person who invited folk to the party (4) 2 A seabird is flying around the inflatable mattresses (3,4) 3 American singer Frank is in a star compilation (7) 4 Leon flies north for Christmas in Paris (4) 5 Dracula will run a mile from it – a fillet or sirloin, they say (5) 6 A famous elephant in a big plane (5) 7 Not good, Dr Mae is upset – this will be a nightmare (3,5) 12 We hear a bloodsucking insect gives you a twitch (3) 13 Pirate gets tipsy if it’s a wee drink before the meal (8) 15 Give it a go in Coventry – Myrtle must return shortly (3) 16 A little cheat, Tim, escapes once in a while (2,5) 17 Sounds like a Christmas song for Alice in Wonderland writer Lewis (7) 19 Depart from an Aberfoyle avenue – it’s time off for a sailor (5) 20 A remarkable oldie greased the engine, for example (5) 22 A fraudulent racket that the newspaper’s cameras will expose (4) 23 Shock and amaze by throwing nuts in the air (4) October 17 K McKay, from Aberdeen October 24 Emma Nicolson, from Kinlochleven You Said A Mouthful and The Crash – billed as the “first great picturization of the havoc caused to the idle rich by the most dramatic financial catastrophe of our time”. It starred Irish actor George Brent, who’d escaped to the US in 1921 with a British bounty on his head for his involvement with the IRA in the War of Independence. The New Bedford’s art deco features still exist as the O2 Academy music venue. ACROSS: 1 Poser. 4 Draught. 8 Cryptic. 9 Islet. 10 Wheat. 11 Budgie. 14 Bands. 16 Snore. 18 Extent. 21 Grate. 24 Thief. 25 Aunties. 26 Early on. 27 Sales. DOWN: 1 Pace. 2 Say when. 3 Rituals. 4 Deck. 5 Adieu. 6 Gulag. 7 Tethered. 12 Don. 13 Absentee. 15 Dee. 16 Sarongs. 17 On trial. 19 Trier. 20 Nifty. 22 Faun. 23 Asks.

web www.sundaymail.co.uk Sunday Mail November 28, 2021 29 Top goal for sterling city HOT Stirling is the happiest place to live in Scotland. The locals are more content than anywhere else in the country. It came sixth in the UK, 70 whole places ahead of Edinburgh. Did that come down to a straightforward ‘Battle of the Castles’ because Stirling’s is much more interesting than Edinburgh’s plus it’s got a fab tea room. Or maybe the Stirling folk are just so happy now that the statue of William Wallace that looks a lot like Mel Gibson has been moved to Brechin City football club where they’re less likely to see it? Stirling is, of course, the only Scottish entrant still in the running for UK City of Culture 2025, so there’s no denying its star is in the ascendant. Maybe another Hollywood movie about a famous native would seal the deal: Braveheart 2 – The Billy Bremner Story. Brit awards on wrong track NOT Gender-neutral Brits. I’m not singing from this songsheet. Give us the girls back. Ditching the separate “male” and “female” categories from the Brit awards in the name of “inclusion” does the opposite. It actually excludes women, who’ve been battling for donkey’s years in a music industry that’s so male dominated that, in the past decade, Glastonbury has only had two solo female headliners: Beyonce and Adele. Only three per cent of the top 100 music producers are women. Separate Brit awards gave women a chance to step out of male shadows, instant recognition for performers and invaluable encouragement for new acts. Pop star Sam Smith, pictured, whoidentifies as non-binary, pushed for the change but it’s a poor show to advance your own agenda bydenigrating the long-foughtforrights of others. Come on, Brits... bring in different voices but don’t let females be drowned out. Oopsie... Nicola Sturgeon fell on her bahookie at a boxing ring photocall with Tory boss Douglas Ross. Rarely seen without her three inch stilettos, she took them off for the shot, then took a tumble right in front of her nemesis. Did she feel a chump? No – she never touched Dougie. Silly little boys’ club in the mother of all parliaments Tragic What was left of dinghy sTuck Madonna Madonna finds herself in a tights spot again... Madonna’s getting stick for her latest Insta pics. That’s unfair. It’s happened to us all… you’re trying to get dressed, the dog steals your bra and hides under the bed. So you crawl under and swear at it till the mutt lets go. Then it’s quite tricky to get back out again. And everyone in the family thinks it’s hilarious to take pictures of your plight. Bet you one of Madge’s kids was shouting: “Drag her out by her ankles, the silly old goat.” Or is that just my house? UK and France must unite to beat people-smuggling gangs It’s unbearable to look now at the images of those families carrying an inflatable dinghy towards the English Channel, a flimsy craft that’ll never withstand late November wind and waves. That French police watched them go without A very strange thing happened at the start of last week. We all went to sleep in the 21st century on Monday but woke up in the 1950s: a young Princess Elizabeth had ascended to the throne; Winston Churchill was PM and Enigma code genius Alan Turing had undergone chemical castration for admitting a homosexual relationship. One in five married women had jobs so most little ladies were busy at home, keeping the place nice, the kids quiet and their men fed. Consequently, only 2.7 per cent of MPs were female and the House of Commons was a cosy boys’ club. If someone turned up at Westminster with a baby in tow, the old duffers would have coronaries and the poor infant would be packed off to a nanny until it was old enough to pack off to boarding school. Yes, our eyes opened on exactly such enlightened times on Tuesday. How else can we explain the rebuking of Labour MP Stella Creasy for her audacity in taking her 13-week-old baby into what is laughably referred to as the “Mother of all Parliaments”? Tragically, there are still too many old duffers in there who’d love to turn the clock back to a time when bothersome women were only allowed in to clean the place and kids could be shoved up chimneys. The MP’s little boy is being breastfed and has to be close to his mother. And MPs must be physically present in the chamber in order to represent their constituents during debates. Female MPs are not entitled to the same maternity rights as us ordinary workers, because the parliamentary system is still stacked so heavily against working mothers. There’s no arrangement for maternity cover. Taking all these factors into account, it’s actually to Creasy’s credit that she strapped on a baby sling and took little Pip into the debating chamber. It was the only way she could represent her constituents. The MP for Walthamstow in East London was leading a debate on regulating “buy now, pay intervening is an affront to humanity. That our Home Secretary Priti Patel spends every waking moment devising ways to stop desperate folk safely reaching these shores is shameful beyond comprehension. It is the biggest single loss of life in the Channel DEBaTE Stella Creasy with baby in parliament since monitoring of migrant crossings began. Even while offering condolences, Patel carps that it’s the “starkest possible reminder” about the ruthless criminals who are making fortunes from these souls. Working together, France and Britain could easily later” consumer credit schemes, an important issue she has championed for some time and on which the Government has dragged its heels. The MP has previously – and successfully – campaigned against the scourge of payday lenders like Wonga. She now fervently believes young people risk taking on a mountain of debt they can’t afford to pay back – particularly in the run-up to Christmas. Now Creasy is no fool. She’s making a point. She’s part of the This Mum Votes campaign to get more women into politics, she’s fought for maternity rights for MPs and admits she rather enjoys making her judgemental counterparts look her child in the eye while pushing through an important cause. That’ll be ill-informed bozos like Tory MP for Blackpool South, Scott Benton, who asked her: “Parents who get paid a fraction of what you do pay for childcare and juggle responsibilities so they can go to work. What makes you so special?’ Call me naive but isn’t democratic representation of the people a very special job? Don’t MPs have a “special” opportunity to increase visibility and challenge outdated norms? Frankly, they could strap their sleeping granny or pet pug in a sling and take them into the debating chamber if it meant they’d do a better job. We have a PM who waffles about Peppa Pig. Creasy’s baby would make a more worthwhile contribution. Instead, she received a Dickensian ticking-off and was directed to the rules on expected “behaviour and courtesies” of MPs: “We’ve been made aware that you were accompanied by your baby in Westminster Hall earlier today.” How very dare she? So they struggle to enforce rules on face masks or taking payments from lobbyists or earning fortunes from second jobs but they can quickly clamp down on a woman who takes her infant to a debate. Is that a second job too far? Speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle has ordered a review of the rules. Yawn, yawn. Wakey, wakey, Westminster. This is 2021. Sexism is a bad dream we won’t tolerate any longer. smash these gangs. The two nations could come up with collaborative provision which keeps migrants safe, on dry land, till their asylum claims are processed. Trouble is, neither government wants to. Sending condolences is so much cheaper.

30 Sunday Mail November 28, 2021 email reporters@sundaymail.co.uk Quizof week the 1. Fans of I’m A Celebrity... were stunned when they found out the age of choreographer Arlene Phillips – how old is she? 2. Boris Johnson made a pig’s ear of his speech to business leaders. Which children’s TV character did he reference? 3. Who scooped the Great British Bake Off crown? 4. The community in which town in Fife are trying to stop the harbour being blocked off so they can keep feeding their beloved seal Sammy? 5. A Gothic church in which Borders town is to be turned into a film studio? 6. Which singer slammed parents who shout abuse at children’s football matches? 7. Which Hibs footballer scored a hat-trick in their 3-1 Scottish League Cup semi-final win over Rangers? 8. Which Scottish band are about to release their first Christmas single? 9. The Scottish Government has agreed to expand the population of which dam-building creature? 10. Stuart Hogg is Scotland’s all-time leading try scorer with how many tries? 11. Which former Celtic playerturned-pundit was banned from proud Vorderman covering the Rangers V Sparta Prague Europa League match? 12. Which 10th-century manuscript is being returned to Scotland for the first time in 1000 years? 13. Scotland’s biggest ice rink is being built in front of which Glasgow museum? 14. Which former Bake Off host will be taking to the floor with pro-dancer Neil Jones in the Strictly Christmas special? 15. Which former Celtic player has been nominated for the 2021 Fifa Fair Play Award? 16. Which I’m A Celebrity contestant opened up about how he died for 12 minutes after a heart attack? 17. Outlander author Diana Gabaldon said she imagined Liam Neeson and which other actor for the role of Jamie when her books were optioned for TV? 18. Carol Vorderman’s son has graduated from which university with a master’s degree in animation? 19. Which former Corrie star has been added to the list of actors in the running to play James Bond? 20. Which city was revealed in a survey to be the happiest place to live in Scotland? 1. 78 2. Peppa Pig 3. Giuseppe Dell’Anno 4. Burntisland 5. Kelso 6. Rod Stewart 7. Martin Boyle 8. Bay City Rollers 9. Beaver 10. 25 11. Chris Sutton 12. The Book of Deer 13. Kelvingrove 14. Mel Giedroyc 15. Scott Brown 16. David Ginola 17. Sean Connery 18. Dundee 19. Suranne Jones 20. Stirling ■ A German man was disqualified from taking his driving test – after he drove himself there. Police in Bergheim said the 37-year-old was behind the wheel when he arrived at the test centre, parking outside in front of an astonished examiner. He now faces charges. ■ With rising Covid case numbers in schools, surely it makes sense to vaccinate as many teenagers as possible? I’m hearing more and more stories about students bringing the virus home and passing it on to their parents and siblings. Why can’t Covid vaccines be given out to secondary school pupils in the same way the flu jab is every year? – FR, by email ■ It was quite touching that Adele brought her old English teacher up on stage during her show to I’ve now received so many death threats I could paper the house with them and I haven’t stopped speaking out Author JK Rowling after transgender activists tweeted a photo of her house she says revealed her address in Edinburgh LETTERS thank her. Teachers should always be aware they are never forgotten. If it was me, I’d bring my old secondary school science teacher up in front of my fans and then give him the belt until he cries. – R Lennon, Paisley. ■ While I think it’s wrong to make people get vaccinated against Covid, I do think there are certain jobs where it should be mandatory, Quotes theweek of Peppa Pig World is very much my kind of place Prime Minister Boris Johnson in a keynote speech to baffled business leaders in England Thought for the week “The lord detests lying lips, but he delights in those who tell the truth.” – Proverbs 12:22 (NlT) Regular happenings, showing families in despair, fearing they are not being told the truth, THE BIG SHOT Daredevil climber Rob Lovell clings to a cliff-face high above the Atlantic. The breathtaking image, by Scottish-based photographer Hamish Frost, was taken at Cape Wrath, in Sutherland, the most northwesterly point of mainland Britain. The amazing picture has been shortlisted for the Red Bull Illume photography contest, which captures thrillseeking sports enthusiasts pushing themselves to the limit in stunning and often inhospitable locations. such as health workers etc. It should be treated like part of the necessary tools for the work, like a licence for HGV drivers or food hygiene training for kitchen staff. – T Andrews, Dundee. ■ It’s a pity the Government decided not to bring in vaccine passports. If it really would have kept a third of young folk out of the pub, it would have saved me falling over some of them when I go to work in the morning. – A Williamson, Airdrie. I just had to listen and learn and get ready for saucepans being thrown through the kitchen Singer Rod Stewart wants menopause classes for men after watching his wife Penny battle severe symptons shame the country. That can include the death of patients or serious harm to them. Rage added to grief is never ending. 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web Sunday www.sundaymail.co.uk Mail September 12, 2021 27 MpiCS GROUP RAISE MORE THAN £13K FOR LOCAL COMMUNITY Young Scot AwArdS Young Hero This award is for an extraordinary young person or group who deserves special recognition for their bravery. Someone who has shown amazing courage, battled the odds or showed incredible perseverance. CommunitY This award celebrates the work accomplished by a young person or group that improves the lives of other people within a community. Volunteering This award recognises young volunteers across Scotland who selflessly donate their time and energy free of charge to help other people. unsung Hero Do you know a young Scot or group who group goes the who extra goes mile the but extra never mile asks for any but recognition never asks or reward? for any reward? This award is for someone who has overcome difficult personal circumstances or risen to a challenge. enHanCing eduCation Sponsored by Skills Development Scotland This award is for a young person or group who have truly influenced education in their community, either by providing access and opportunities for others or by influencing change in education for their communities. Big-hearted cover band Soap have been making a splash and cleaning up for charity with their annual Stay Fresh music festival. The Dunoon trio, who have been best pals since school, have raised more than £13,000 to help worthy causes in the seaside town where they were born and raised. Singer Kenny McLay, 22, drummer Callum Newall, 23, and guitarist Lewis McCorquodale, 21, set up the festival in 2018 as a way of giving back to the community who have supported them. Stay Fresh Fest 2021 took place earlier this month at The Queen’s Hall in Dunoon and was headlined by Renfrew band Big Vern n The Shootaghs. The Soap boys, who have also taken part in dozens of other charity fundraisers, are now in the running for a Sunday Mail Young Scot Award in the community category. Frontman Kenny, who also works in his mum’s DIY shop, said: “We were all raised here in Dunoon and we like to give back to the town that has given so much to us. It’s a great and close-knit community and folk look out for each other. “People have always been good at coming to see us play and the charity festival is a way of supporting the local causes that are making a difference to people’s lives. At the end of the day, we are just three guys who love playing music and are using our talent to do something good while having lots of fun.” Kenny, who also plays rhythm guitar in the band which he helped to create five years ago, added: “The last Stay Fresh Fest took place a couple of weeks ago and we raised more than £5000, which we will split between three local charities and national charity Macmillan Cancer Support. “We kickstarted this year’s campaign by scaling Ben Nevis in September, which brought in £500 before we even began. “We choose different charities every year so no one misses out. We aim to give them each £1000 and any money left over we use to buy Christmas gifts for Dunoon care home residents. “The festival is also a great way of showcasing local talent and giving them an opportunity to perform on a proper stage instead of in the back corner of a pub.” Soap, who perform a mix of rock, pop, folk and country covers, also did a set at the Cash for Kids 2018 lunch at Ayr Racecourse, which raised more than £84,000, and took part in a fundraiser for the fisherman who died in the Nancy Glen disaster. Earlier this year the group played at a musical alternative to the cancelled Cowal Highland Gathering and donated half their fees to three businesses that had been destroyed in an arson attack. Kenny, who teamed up with baker Callum and graphic artist Lewis while they were pupils at Dunoon High School, is delighted the band’s good work has been recognised with a Young Scot nomination. He said: “It was a Sunday Mail November 28, 2021 31 Cover band nominated for charity work ■ Heather Greenaway surprise to be nominated but we are delighted, if only to boost the profile of Stay Fresh as the more people who come to see us, the more we can donate to local charities.” Today we continue our search for the stars of 2022, the nation’s young heroes aged 11 to 26 who are making a difference. Our awards recognise young people in 12 categories, i n c l u d i n g enterprise, arts, volunteering, sport and the environment. One of the category winners will be crowned the overall Young Scot of 2022 and will follow in the footsteps of 2021 champions Jack Mullen, 15, and Alfie King, 13, from Alexandria, Dunbartonshire, who sang outside local care homes to The festival is a way to support local causes that make a difference to people’s lives cheer up residents who were not able to see their families during the pandemic. HIGH NOTE Soap on stage Pic Ken Clark g sport Sponsored by sportscotland Across Scotland, young people – through their efforts and determination – are achieving extraordinary things in grassroots sport. This award celebrates sporting stars of the future. HealtH and Wellbeing This award is for young people who are involved in supporting and inspiring others to improve their physical and mental health, are looking to change policy or services or are involved in health charities. equalitY and diVersitY This award recognises a young person or group who are working tirelessly to promote equality, diversity and inclusion or challenge prejudice and discrimination against age, race, gender, cultures and identity. arts This is your opportunity to celebrate a young person’s contribution to arts and culture in Scotland. Are they inspiring others to express themselves through arts or making a difference to their local community? entertainment There are so many ways to entertain – this award is not just for the famous but for the stars in our midst who entertain us every day. enVironment Sponsored by First Bus Do you know a young person or a group of young people who give their time and effort to help protect the world for future generations? This award is for them. ROCK ’N’ ROLL SOAPERSTARS enterprise This award is for a young person or a business run by young people who have demonstrated entrepreneurial flair. Young sCot of tHe Year Sponsored by Young Scot The overall winner chosen from the 12 category winners. LOCAL HEROES From left, Lewis McCorquodale, Callum Newall and Kenny McLay The awards will take place at the EICC in Edinburgh on April 27. To nominate and for more details, visit www. youngscotawards.com. Nominations close on February 13.

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web www.sundaymail.co.uk setback for surViVors of resideNtial scHool Compo blow just belittles abuse we all suffered battle Marion Reid Sunday Mail November 28, 2021 33 Hydro high in the Highlands The largest communityowned hydro-power project in the UK has been launched in the Highlands. Financial Secretary Kate Forbes opened the Barr River scheme, near Lochaline in Morvern, on Friday. Homes where the hearth is An archaeological dig has revealed roundhouses and a rare, 3000-year-old metalworking hearth. The finds were made in advance of a housing development being built in Rattray, Perthshire. house of horrors The Fornethy Residential School in Angus Victim hits out at decision Women who say they were beaten and sexually assaulted at a girls’ school have hit out after being told they won’t get money from a new compensation scheme. Survivors from Fornethy Residential School have been told they don’t qualify under the taxpayer-funded Redress Scheme, expected to start handing out money later this year. Marion Reid, 63, a co-founder of the group who said she was abused there in 1965, said it was “a bitter blow”. She said: “It belittles the abuse many of us suffered. It’s like the Scottish Government are saying, ‘Yes, you were abused but you weren’t abused long enough.’ “Many of the women in the group might only have suffered six weeks’ abuse – physical and in some cases sexual – but the long-term effects has lasted their entire lifetimes. “For years we have felt ignored by the authorities. And this just reinforces that. There are around 200 in our group – 200 women aren’t lying.” A Scottish Government official wrote to the Group to say: “Whilst the abuse suffered in all circumstances and settings is wrong and harmful, the exclusion of those abused in short-term respite or holiday care is in keeping with the core purposes of the redress scheme, which is primarily for those vulnerable children who were in long-term care, often isolated with limited or no contact with their families.” Last year we told how 40 women had bravely come forward to reveal the abuse they suffered at Fornethy. Schoolgirls were sent to the rural school to recover from illness and given promises it was like a holiday camp. But in reality they were subjected to brutal beatings and under-age sex attacks by staff. Glasgow City Council ran the home between 1961 and 1993 after being gifted the mansion in Angus in 1955.. Thompsons Solicitors has launched a 130-strong action against the authority. Abuse survivors who aren’t awarded compensation via Redress Scot- land are still able to pursue their own claim through the civil courts. But a time-bar limit on how long ago the abuse happened only applies after 1964. June Doherty, 66, went to Fornethy House in 1961. She said: “It was a hor- rible place. I was force-fed there but escaped lightly compared to other girls. I witnessed some being phys- ically battered. The fact these women are not going to be able to go after compensation for the abuse they suffered is shameful.” Redress Scotland, set up in March, will pay out up to £100,000 to victims. Laura Connor, of Thompson Solicitors said: “We continue to urge the Scottish Government to ensure that all in care survivors are allowed to access compensation through the Redress scheme. A Scottish Government spokesman said: “Redress Scotland will consider all the facts and circumstances of each applicant’s case before reaching a decision.” Ethnic minority nature jobs bid A project has been launched aiming to increase diversity in nature-based jobs. The salaried placements will be offered by Scottish Government agency NatureScot in which young people will gain experience, with a range of jobs and career paths available. CEMVO Scotland and NatureScot have set up the Ethnicity in Nature scheme, which will provide four mentored placements for minority ethnic people aged 18-29. NatureScot said: “Our ■ Gordon Blackstock research identified barriers to minority communities entering the sector. “Through this project, we want to begin to break these barriers down, engaging with people who may not have thought of a career in nature-based sectors.” BLACK FRIDAY SPECIAL OFFER FOR JUST £1 P/WEEK FOR THE NEXT 8 WEEKS PROMO CODE: BF2021 OR CALL US ON 0345 149 4848 Vouchers to claim at your newsagent Terms and conditions: Offer open to new customers only and ends on Tuesday November 30, 2021. This offer entitles you to receive both your Daily and Sunday papers for £1.00 a week for 8 weeks, then £2.99 for 18 weeks and a 20% discount thereafter. This offer is redeemable by direct debit (taken by a monthly payment plan). You will be sent individually dated pre-paid vouchers (to redeem at the retailer) within 14 days by post. Phone lines are open Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, standard call charges apply.

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web www.sundaymail.co.uk Expert says second gang were involved Putin’s secret poison spooks New claims on novichok spy attack Sunday Mail November 28, 2021 35 Name new CalMac ferry A competition has been launched to name a CalMac ferry. A shortlist has been drawn up for its newly bought MV Utne, set to run between Craignure on Mull and Oban. Isles homes get go-ahead Plans to build 353 socially rented and low-cost homes on Orkney have been backed by the council. But opponents warned the five-year plan will “urbanise” the islands. BOOK Graham Yuill WIN target Skripal. Above, from top, Mishkin, Chepiga and Dawn Sturgess A terrorism expert has claimed a second secret gang of spooks was behind the novichok poison attack on ex-Russian spy Sergei Skripal. Glaswegian Graham Yuill said the team planted a contaminated perfume bottle to confuse police. Yuill spoke out after the UK Government last week announced a public inquiry will be held next year into the death of Dawn Sturgess, 44. She died after spraying perfume from a bottle found by her partner, 45-year-old Charlie Rowley. Rowley claims to have found the bottle in a charity shop bin in Salisbury in June 2018 – three months after the attack on Skripal, who had been working for Britain. Their poisoning followed the attempted murder of Skripal, 70, his daughter and police officer Nick Bailey. They survived, as did Rowley. Police claim the perfume was part of the same deadly Novichok batch used on the Skripals. Yuill has written a book on the attack called Putin’s Assassin. In it, he says it w a s a ■■Norman Silvester separate sample left weeks later by the second spy gang who sneaked into the UK under the noses of the security services. Yuill, who worked as a close protection officer in Northern Ireland during The Troubles, said: “It was beautifully planned. The bottle of perfume that Rowley found would have been introduced later after Skripal was poisoned. “It was meant to be found as part of an operation by the second Russian team to confuse the police.” Yuill believes the perfume bottle was brought in and planted by the second gang in the bin after the area had been searched and cleared of further contamination. He added: “The bottle found by Rowley was almost full, cellophane sealed and professionally packaged – proof it had not been reopened or tampered with after it had been laced with Novichok. There is no evidence to suggest that this was the actual bottle used against the Skripals.” The Skripal attack was blamed on Russian spies who were believed to have smeared Novichok on the door handle of his Salisbury home. The Met Police has identified three suspects – Denis Sergeev, Alexander Mishkin and Anatoliy Chepiga. Moscow has repeatedly denied involvement. Two up for grabs! Visit dailyrecord.co.uk/bfcomp and answer the following question to enter: Which American Holiday is Black Friday originally associated with? a) Halloween B) Labour Day c) Thanksgiving Terms and Conditions: Competition closes at 5pm on Friday December 3, 2021. Entrants must be 18 years or older. Two winners will be randomly selected from all correct entries. See dailyrecord.co.uk/bfcomp for full terms and conditions.

36 Sunday Mail November 28, 2021 email reporters@sundaymail.co.uk MARKETS glASgOW St Enoch Square, 9am-10pm, until December 23 Fifty wooden chalets serving everything from giant deep-fried onions to mulled Buckfast, plus gifts and geegaws. www.whatsonglasgow.co.uk we highlight the biggest aNd best attraCti BACK ON TH Cities and towns pu ABERdEEN Various venues, weekdays, 12noon- 11pm, weekends 10am-10pm, until December 31 The core market, in the Broad Street and Upperkirkgate area, has food, drink and fairground rides. It’s joined at weekends by a more boujee offering around Marischal College. www.aberdeencity.gov.uk warm welcome Mulled wine and unusual decoration for sale are big hits at market dUNdEE Slessor Gardens, Monday to Thursday, 10am-9pm, Friday to Sunday, 10am- 10pm, until January 2 The city’s waterfront bursts into festive life with a 20-stall market, big wheel and rides. A pop-up Bavarian bar brings the Christmas spirit. www.dundeecity.gov.uk SANTA drive thru Santa Edenmill Farm Shop, Blanefield, Glasgow, 1-6pm, December 11-22, from £25.50 for one adult and one child Enjoy the magic without leaving the car and get a gift through the window. www.edenmill.co.uk chriStmaS experience Conifox Adventure Park, Kirkliston, Edinburgh, 2-7pm, until December 23, £19.95/£14.95 Santa is at the centre of this fun festive display. www.conifox.co.uk Santa’S Grotto Lower level, West Princes Street Gardens, Edinburgh, 1.30-8pm, until December 24, one adult plus one child – £8.50 A very well appointed pad with castle in background. edinburghschristmas.com Santa’S hiGhland Storytime Highland Wildlife Park, Kincraig, 10.30am- 3:45pm, December 11, 12, 18 and 19, from £20 A special visitor drops in to the wildlife haven to tell stories and introduce his reindeer. www. highlandwildlifepark.org.uk EdiNBURgh chRiSTMAS MARKET Princes Street Gardens, 10am-10pm, until January 4 Goodbye green park… hello craft stalls, decorations, fried potatoes and hot alcoholic drinks. Plus fairground rides and a Christmas tree maze. www.edinburghschristmas.com NighTS ANd lighTS GlaSGow illuminated City centre, from 4pm, December 1- January 2, free Enjoy some of the city’s finest buildings – Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, The Buck’s Head Building on Argyle Street and the City Chambers – looking their festive best. www.glasgowlife.org.uk Five SiSterS Zoo illuminationS West Calder, West Lothian, 5-9pm, December 1-23 (not Monday and Tuesday), £15.95/£8 Rides and a firepit are illuminated by Blackpool-levels of lights. www.fivesisterszoo.co.uk/ Spectacle oF liGht Dalkeith Country Park, 4.30-7.30pm, December 4-January 2, £19.80/£9.90 See this lovely location in a completely different way as it is dressed in thousands of twinkly lights. www.spectacleoflight.co.uk

web www.sundaymail.co.uk oNs of our wiNter woNderlaNds E MARKET t on extra-special festive shows after lockdown Sunday Mail November 28, 2021 37 s s It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas – and it’s not even December. But after last year’s unfestive season when most events were cancelled, there is huge pent-up demand for mulled cider, twinkly lights and a jolly chap in a red suit with a big sack of goodies. Parks, visitor centres and city and town centres across the country have risen to the ■ Anna Burnside challenge of putting on a great show and inviting everyone to get into the Christmas spirit. Here, we list some of the biggest attractions but there are smaller-scale events in shopping malls, garden centres, church halls… If there’s room for Santa to park his sleigh, there is probably some kind of festive fayre taking place. SKATING DunDee, slessor garDens Monday to Thursday, 10am-9pm, Friday to Sunday, 10am-10pm, until January 2, £8/£5 for 45 minutes This new outdoor skating rink is part of the Christmas experience at Slessor Gardens. www.visitdundee.com aBerDeen, BroaD street Weekdays, 12noon-11pm, weekends, 10am-10pm, until December 31, £7 for 20 minutes Marischal College makes a great backdrop for a magical skate. www.aberdeencity. gov.uk Christmas nights at the Zoo Edinburgh Zoo, 4.45-9pm, until January 2, £18/£12 Wander around the magically lit zoo, spy on the penguins and do some shopping. www.edinburghzoo. org.uk BeeCraigs festive forest Linlithgow, 4-10pm, December 3-24, £18/£12 Walking through a dark forest with a laser show and a Santa’s grotto to find – what an adventure. www.beecraigsfestiveforest.com PARKS AND WALKS glasgoW elfingrove at kelvingrove museum Weekdays, 12noon-10pm, weekends, 10am-10pm, December 2-24, from £14/£12 for 40 minutes An outdoor skating rink is the centrepiece for the museum grounds’ transformation into a winter wonderland. www.itison.com/elfingrove eDinBurgh, george street 12.30-10pm, until January 2, £6/£9.50 for 40 minutes. One of the major shopping thoroughfares transformed into a snaking ice rink for a unique festive experience. edinburghschristmas.com the fairy WooDs at feDDerate Maud, Aberdeenshire, 9am-8pm, until December 24, £20 per child. This outdoor education centre gets into the Christmas spirit with a two-hour woodland wander. www.thefairywoodsatfedderate.com Christmas speCtaCular at Blair DrummonD safari park, near stirling, 11am-2.45pm, until December 23, £16.40/£13.50. As if animals were not exciting enough, Santa is zipping around the park in his sledge. www.blairdrummond.com the paraffin pixies searCh for santa Almond Valley Heritage Centre, Livingston, 4.30-8pm, December 10-24, £12/£10 A clever themed walk through dark forest, with pixies on hand to help find Santa’s willow dome workshop. www.almondvalley.co.uk

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web www.sundaymail.co.uk Sunday Mail November 28, 2021 39 Slump in UK car production Car production in the UK has tumbled to its worst level since October 1956. Latest figures released by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders highlights a 41.4 per cent slump last month as the industry continues to reel from the global shortage of semi-conductors and the closure of Honda’s Swindon plant in July. Only 64,729 vehicles were produced, with more than eight in 10 cars shipped abroad. On a more positive note, almost a third of all cars made in the UK were alternatively fuelled. BLUE-SKY THINKING Volvo C40 Recharge Used Audi A3 is tops for families The Audi A3 Sportback has been named the UK’s favourite used family car. It beat motors from Honda, Fiat, BMW and Volkswagen to take the top spot following a survey of more than 2000 parents with children under 16. The research – carried out by CarGurus – was based on a budget of £15,500 and looked at practicality, running costs and fuel efficiency. When it comes to the type of car parents want, they are most likely to opt for a hatchback or SUV. A 2017 Audi A3 five-door Sportback with 30,000 to 40,000 miles on the clock, and a 1.0-litre petrol engine returning 50mpg, cost on average £15,000. Leading the way for dog road trips Mini, whose charity partner is Dogs Trust, has released advice for those who may be travelling long distances this festive season with their pet. One in three households in the UK has a dog in residence but not everyone is confident about taking them in the car. Experts from the Trust suggest letting your dog get acquainted with the car and its smells by just opening the doors and letting them sniff. Take it slowly and go on fun outings first, always watching for signs of distress. Consider whether you want to secure them with a harness or in a crate. Finally, take treats along for the journey. green light for volvo recharge Firm has big plans for electric future and, if new C40 crossover is anything to go by, it’s off to a great start ■ Maggie Barry Volvo is a company with ambitions. By 2025 it expects sales to be 50 per cent hybrid and 50 per cent electric, by 2030 its new fleet will be all-electric and at the same time leather free. And as if to underline the heights to which it aspires, the dash on its new all-electric C40 illustrates the topography of Sweden’s Abisko National Park. Different layers of textile are backlit to describe the peaks and dips of the area in the north of the country – a region teeming with wildlife and spectacular scenery. The C40 is the company’s first dedicated electric vehicle, a crossover in a new elegant design with a panoramic roof to emphasise space and airiness. The launch colour is Fjord Blue – one of those sophisticated Volvo colours – with a contrasting black roof and a Fjord Blue interior. The car is higher than a saloon but lower than an SUV with a coupe roof TECH SPEC Model Volvo C40 Recharge Twin Pro Engine Two 204hp electric motors on the front and rear axles Power 408hp Top speed 112mph 0-62 4.7 seconds Range 261 miles CO2 Zero Warranty Three years/ 60,000 miles Price £57,400 and rear spoiler. It also has almost a second spoiler at the rear of the roof, with a hatch in the middle to enhance aerodynamics – and boy does this car show off its dynamism. But first the wonderful taillights. They throw the most distinctive signature out there. The curve that we have come to know and love at the rear of a Volvo has changed. This time because the coupe designers have pulled back from creating one long light and instead have put in a series of dashes that is going to become uniquely Volvo. There will be three trim levels but the first at launch will be the top-of-therange Recharge (Volvo’s name for their electric range) Twin Pro. This is an all-wheel-drive car with an electric motor on both the front and rear axle and off-road mode for when the going gets tough. And here’s the thing – you don’t even need to start the engine. Just walk up to it with the key, sit down, put the car into gear and you move silently away. Like all electric cars, the power is instant but, in this car in particular, it just keeps on giving. With 408hp from the two electric motors and a 0-62mph time of 4.7 seconds, you can’t go wrong. This car is willing, able and very Volvo. The new Google-assisted infotainment system is as easy to use as your normal hand-held device and you switch easily from one bit of software to another. Volvo will also send updates down the line to your car, meaning the vehicle just gets better every day. The C4 Recharge is packed with safety features and driver aids, like the one-pedal driving you can opt for where you use only the gas pedal to accelerate and brake, feathering it lightly and at the same time regenerating power. Volvo is particularly proud of its finance package, which you can take for as little as three months at a time – not tieing you into long and costly deals. But, for me, the wonder of this car was the performance. Silent and plush inside, it leapt out like an elite athlete once on the road. It was well balanced and smooth with terrific cornering ability – and the best of it is that this is only the first car in a series of electric vehicles created by Volvo. Recharge is on a charge.

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web www.sundaymail.co.uk SportSfile Sunday Mail November 28, 2021 49 Czech out Cam & co tenniS Cameron Norrie and Dan Evans enjoyed a perfect start to their Davis Cup Finals bid as Great Britain stormed past France. The Brits will be sure to qualify as group winners if they beat the Czechs today to send them into a quarter-final on Tuesday. With no crowd due to Austria’s lockdown, Evans saw off Adrian Mannarino 7-5 6-4 before Norrie beat Arthur Rinderknech 6-2 7-6. Joe Salisbury and Neal Skupski lost the doubles in straight sets but the tie was already settled. Scot Norrie, who now sits at world No.12, said: “To beat a player of his calibre was massive. I managed to do enough.” A Swede success CUrlinG Eve Muirhead took her third European title in style as Scotland smashed Olympic champs Sweden. The 2013 world champ and team-mates Hailey Duff, Jennifer Dodds and Vicky Wright sealed a 7-4 win in Lillehammer. Dedicating it to Duff and alternate Mili Smith in their first major champs, she said: “I never thought I’d do this again. It’s been a tough year and I’ve been through a lot with my hip surgery (in 2018). It’s been bit of a rollercoaster with forming the new team this season but this result shows it has worked. Team Muirhead’s next task is to book their place at the Winter Olympics in next month’s qualifiers. Rocket to aim high SportS loG Ronnie O’Sullivan wants to get all he can out of snooker before he retires. The Rocket saw off world No.68 Robbie Williams 6-2 to keep his bid for a record eighth UK Championship crown alive in York. The 46-year-old said: “I’m never going to be as good at anything else as I am at snooker, so I’m going to try and rinse it for as long as I can.” Former world finalist Kyren Wilson hammered Welshman Jak Jones 6-0. Andy Butchart, Megan ■ Keith, Hamish Armitt and Eloise Walker booked their places at next month’s European cross-country championships in Dublin after yesterday’s trials. CATCH 22 Wilson rues Warriors’ discipline in last-gasp loss Danny Wilson says Glasgow got what they deserved after a spate of “ridiculous penalties” wasted a lead with a minute left. Warriors enjoyed a twopoint cushion in their United Rugby Championship clash and were in control of the ball inside Benetton’s 22. But Wilson’s troops gave away three soft penalties, allowing the Italians to march the length of the pitch. The last of those was for pulling down a player at a line-out, which left stand-off Leonardo Marin with a tricky shot at goal. However, the 19-year-old held his nerve to fire home the points – just as he did in similar circumstances to put Edinburgh to the sword at the start of October. Head coach Wilson said: “Due to terrible discipline we spent the whole of the Benetton .........19 Glasgow ...........18 ■ David Barnes second half inside our own 22. The effort is there, it is excellent. There was lot of doggedness to hold on and not cave on our own try line. But the number of penalties we gave away to put ourselves in a position to lose that game isn’t good enough. “With a minute-and-a-half to go, we manage to go from their try line and give away a penalty for a contact area infringement, a penalty for a high tackle and a penalty for throwing ourselves across the lineout. “They are just ridiculous penalties, which have handed them the game if I am being honest with you. We have to learn our lessons because our discipline here has massively let us down. “From a position to win the game, we end up losing, so we probably deserved what we got.” Warriors got off to a poor start when they failed to chase down George Horne’s clearance kick and allowed full-back Rhyno Smith to score the opening try after just 35 seconds. But they recovered with a try from No.8 Jack Dempsey before taking the lead thanks to a Ross Thompson penalty. The match then swung back towards the home side Blair’s awesome Argies Three tries in the first half from their new Argentinian duo helped Edinburgh make it four wins out of six in the URC. Full-back Emiliano Boffelli scored just two minutes into his debut and winger Ramiro Moyano added two more tries for Mike Blair’s men at Rodney Parade. But the Dragons scored two tries of their own through Sam Davies and Jonah Holmes and were only behind 14-17 at half-time. After the break Blair Dragons......14 edinburgh..30 Kinghorn slotted in two penalties to put his side nine points clear. Kinghorn added another conversion with the last kick of the game after Damien Hoyland crossed for the bonus-point try. Edinburgh boss Blair hailed Boffelli and Moyano, saying: “The pair of them were outstanding and deserved their tries. There’s more to come from Emiliano.” Home of Golf where Bob’s heart is Bob MacIntyre will sit down this week to plot the 2022 plan that can help him take the next steps in his career. But of all the dates, one will stand out – Thursday, July 14. That’s the day MacIntyre will fulfil a boyhood dream and tee it up in The Open at St Andrews. The 25-year-old has booked his ticket to all four Majors again, Golf albeit the 150th anniversary Open at the Home of Golf stands alone on his calendar. A big team meeting to decide goals for the year lies in store but MacIntyre said: “If I could only have played one Open, it would be The Open at St Andrews. The buzz and the atmosphere of being a Scot playing an Open Championship on home soil is where we all want to be. “Getting to do that is something I have dreamed of. But I’m not just going there for the sake of playing – I’m going to compete. “I’ll be going off the position of two good finishes in my first two Opens, so I know what to expect, I know the atmosphere PAYING PENALTY Warriors are left gutted at end despite Dempsey’s try (inset) to expect. I’ll go there with all intentions to win. “There is a lot I still need to learn, even though I’ve played it (the Old Course) so many times.” Thriston Lawrence won his first DP World Tour title after the third and final rounds of the Covid-19 and weather-affected Joburg Open were abandoned. Craig Swan when flanker Giovanni Pettinelli rumbled over for their second try. Warriors ended the half on top, though, after Rory Darge scored from a lineout and Thompson converted to make it 15-13 to Glasgow at the break. A second Thompson penalty stretched their lead early in the second half but they couldn’t build on that. Marin then kicked three more points to bring it back to a two-point game with 17 minutes left to play. It looked like Warriors would hold on before that dramatic collapse. Wilson added: “When we look back, we will look at the individuals who gave away the penalties. “There are two types of penalty – there are dumb ones and ones when you take a gamble that doesn’t pay off. “It is the dumb penalties we need to stop giving away.” MACINTYRE excited

Sunday Mail November 28, 50 reporters@sundaymail.co.uk email Dorisa Queen (3.30) is nicely unexposed for Team Skelton after bolting up at Stratford. Al Kherb (3.00) makes his debut for Sarah Bowen and it would be no surprise if he could land an open contest. Tashunka (3.30) will be fighting fit after her decent comeback fourth at Exeter. Storm Nelson (4.20) can bag a four-timer on his comeback for Ryan Mania and Sandy Thomson. The 2.50 race provides a good opportunity for James Ewart’s Juge Et Parti to claim a third win of the campaign. Adrimel (12.45) should make a winning debut over fences for Tom Lacey. davie Macdonald joe punter joe reilly Q1 What is the pick at fairyhouse? fairyhouse? f The Dabbler (2.05) should relish a searching test of stamina in the Porterstown Handicap Chase. I reckon Forza Milan is a good value each-way punt in the 2.05. Lifetime Ambition (1.35) looks a smart prospect in a tricky running of the Drinmore. panel Beaters We anSWer tHree key Qs Q2 Select a winner at carlisle? Q3 What is your best bet at leicester? racing racing reSultS racing reSultS racing reSultS racing reSultS racing reSultS Senor turnS on the Style for ruSSell far clear. It was awfully impressive and he’s done everything right. He’s very classy.” Ahoy Senor is now as short as 6/1 for the Brown Advisory Novices’ Chase at Cheltenham in March. There was another big win for Scotland when Aye Right (5/1) took the Rehearsal Chase at Newcastle. Harriet Graham’s star battled it out for the lead with Good Boy Bobby (9/2) for Boy Bobby (9/2) for Boy Bobby most of the way before pulling clear at the last. The runner-up came with another dangerous challenge close home but the Borders raider clung on gamely to prevail by a neck. Dingo Dollar (15/2) Dingo Dollar (15/2) Dingo Dollar was a cracking third for Sandy Thomson. Aye Right is now a general 50/1 chance for the Grand National at Aintree in April. ahoy Senor soared in the Francome novices’ chase at newbury. Lucinda Russell’s star was running a stormer when unseating Derek Fox on his fencing bow in the Colin Parker at Carlisle last time. However, the duo showed no ill effects as they jumped and galloped their rivals into submission in the Grade 2 contest. The six-year-old had the race firmly under control four out and he forged clear to rout the talented Mr Incredible (11/10) by 31 lengths. Fox said: “The main thing for him today was to come here and to jump well after the slip up last time. “I’m stuck for words as I turned around and had a look after the last at the big screen and I didn’t realise I was so ahoy there Scottish star showed mettle NEWBURY Going: Good to Soft (Good in places) 12.10: ELLE EST BELLE Going: Good to Soft (Good in places) 12.10: ELLE EST BELLE Going: Good to Soft (Good in places) (H Skelton 2-1) 1; Going: Good to Soft (Good in places) (H Skelton 2-1) 1; Going: Good to Soft (Good in places) Ahorsewithnoname (5-1) 2; Theatre Glory (H Skelton 2-1) 1; Theatre Glory (H Skelton 2-1) 1; (17-2) 3; Nina The (H Skelton 2-1) 1; (17-2) 3; Nina The (H Skelton 2-1) 1; Theatre Glory (17-2) 3; Nina The Theatre Glory (H Skelton 2-1) 1; Theatre Glory (H Skelton 2-1) 1; (17-2) 3; Nina The (H Skelton 2-1) 1; Theatre Glory (H Skelton 2-1) 1; Terrier Evensf. 6 ran. 8½, 5½. (D Skelton). Tote: £3.00. (5-1) 2; Terrier Evensf. 6 ran. 8½, 5½. (D Skelton). Tote: £3.00. (5-1) 2; Theatre Glory Terrier Evensf. 6 ran. 8½, 5½. (D Skelton). Tote: £3.00. Theatre Glory (17-2) 3; Nina The Terrier Evensf. 6 ran. 8½, 5½. (D Skelton). Tote: £3.00. (17-2) 3; Nina The Theatre Glory (17-2) 3; Nina The Theatre Glory Terrier Evensf. 6 ran. 8½, 5½. (D Skelton). Tote: £3.00. Theatre Glory (17-2) 3; Nina The Theatre Glory £1.40, £2.20. Tote Exacta: £11.90. Csf: £12.59. NR: Terrier Evensf. 6 ran. 8½, 5½. (D Skelton). Tote: £3.00. £1.40, £2.20. Tote Exacta: £11.90. Csf: £12.59. NR: Terrier Evensf. 6 ran. 8½, 5½. (D Skelton). Tote: £3.00. Rainyday Woman. Tote Trifecta: £45.50 12.40: AHOY SENOR Rainyday Woman. Tote Trifecta: £45.50 12.40: AHOY SENOR Rainyday Woman. Tote Trifecta: £45.50 (D R Fox 5-2) 1; Rainyday Woman. Tote Trifecta: £45.50 (D R Fox 5-2) 1; Rainyday Woman. Tote Trifecta: £45.50 Mr Incredible (11-10f) 2; Flash Collonges (D R Fox 5-2) 1; Flash Collonges (D R Fox 5-2) 1; (6-1) 3 4 ran. 31, 14. (Miss (D R Fox 5-2) 1; (6-1) 3 4 ran. 31, 14. (Miss (D R Fox 5-2) 1; Lucinda V Russell). Tote: £3.50. Tote Exacta: £4.80. (11-10f) 2; Lucinda V Russell). Tote: £3.50. Tote Exacta: £4.80. (11-10f) 2; Flash Collonges Lucinda V Russell). Tote: £3.50. Tote Exacta: £4.80. Flash Collonges (6-1) 3 4 ran. 31, 14. (Miss Lucinda V Russell). Tote: £3.50. Tote Exacta: £4.80. (6-1) 3 4 ran. 31, 14. (Miss Csf: £5.82. Tote Trifecta: £12.10 Lucinda V Russell). Tote: £3.50. Tote Exacta: £4.80. Csf: £5.82. Tote Trifecta: £12.10 Lucinda V Russell). Tote: £3.50. Tote Exacta: £4.80. 1.15: KAPCORSE (H Cobden 13-2) 1; Court Master (18-1) 2; Espoir De Teillee (16-1) 3; Kalooki 4-1f. 13 (H Cobden 13-2) 1; (16-1) 3; Kalooki 4-1f. 13 (H Cobden 13-2) 1; ran. 5½, 1½. (P F Nicholls). Tote: £7.50. £2.60, £4.80, (18-1) 2; ran. 5½, 1½. (P F Nicholls). Tote: £7.50. £2.60, £4.80, (18-1) 2; Espoir De Teillee ran. 5½, 1½. (P F Nicholls). Tote: £7.50. £2.60, £4.80, Espoir De Teillee (16-1) 3; Kalooki 4-1f. 13 ran. 5½, 1½. (P F Nicholls). Tote: £7.50. £2.60, £4.80, (16-1) 3; Kalooki 4-1f. 13 £4.70. Tote Exacta: £122.60. Csf: £112.35. Tricast: ran. 5½, 1½. (P F Nicholls). Tote: £7.50. £2.60, £4.80, £4.70. Tote Exacta: £122.60. Csf: £112.35. Tricast: ran. 5½, 1½. (P F Nicholls). Tote: £7.50. £2.60, £4.80, £1,795.16. Tote Trifecta: £1,967.20 1.50: EARLOFTHECOTSWOLDS (S Twiston-Davies 14-1) 1; Masters Legacy (10-3f) 2; Masters Legacy (10-3f) 2; Masters Legacy Annsam (13-2) 3 (S Twiston-Davies (13-2) 3 (S Twiston-Davies 11 ran. 1, 4¼. (N A Twiston-Davies). Tote: £15.00. £3.10, 14-1) 1; 11 ran. 1, 4¼. (N A Twiston-Davies). Tote: £15.00. £3.10, 14-1) 1; Masters Legacy 11 ran. 1, 4¼. (N A Twiston-Davies). Tote: £15.00. £3.10, Masters Legacy (10-3f) 2; 11 ran. 1, 4¼. (N A Twiston-Davies). Tote: £15.00. £3.10, (10-3f) 2; Masters Legacy (10-3f) 2; Masters Legacy 11 ran. 1, 4¼. (N A Twiston-Davies). Tote: £15.00. £3.10, Masters Legacy (10-3f) 2; Masters Legacy (13-2) 3 11 ran. 1, 4¼. (N A Twiston-Davies). Tote: £15.00. £3.10, (13-2) 3 £1.80, £2.40. Tote Exacta: £57.40. Csf: £59.93. Tricast: 11 ran. 1, 4¼. (N A Twiston-Davies). Tote: £15.00. £3.10, £1.80, £2.40. Tote Exacta: £57.40. Csf: £59.93. Tricast: 11 ran. 1, 4¼. (N A Twiston-Davies). Tote: £15.00. £3.10, £339.19. Tote Trifecta: £560.50 2.25: ONEMOREFORTHEROAD (J Quinlan 8-1) 1; Captain Morgs (9-2) 2; Gowel Road (J Quinlan 8-1) 1; Gowel Road (J Quinlan 8-1) 1; (3-1) 3; Soaring (J Quinlan 8-1) 1; (3-1) 3; Soaring (J Quinlan 8-1) 1; Glory 5-6f. 4 ran. 2½, hd. (N B King). Tote: £9.00. Tote Captain Morgs Glory 5-6f. 4 ran. 2½, hd. (N B King). Tote: £9.00. Tote Captain Morgs (9-2) 2; Glory 5-6f. 4 ran. 2½, hd. (N B King). Tote: £9.00. Tote (9-2) 2; (3-1) 3; Soaring Glory 5-6f. 4 ran. 2½, hd. (N B King). Tote: £9.00. Tote (3-1) 3; Soaring Exacta: £33.30. Csf: £36.22. Tote Trifecta: £72.10 Glory 5-6f. 4 ran. 2½, hd. (N B King). Tote: £9.00. Tote Exacta: £33.30. Csf: £36.22. Tote Trifecta: £72.10 Glory 5-6f. 4 ran. 2½, hd. (N B King). Tote: £9.00. Tote 3.00: CLOUDY GLEN (C Deutsch 33-1) 1; Fiddlerontheroof (9-2) 2; Brahma Bull (40-1) 3; Eklat (C Deutsch 33-1) 1; (40-1) 3; Eklat (C Deutsch 33-1) 1; De Rire 3-1f. 21 ran. ½, 28. (Miss V Williams). Tote: (9-2) 2; De Rire 3-1f. 21 ran. ½, 28. (Miss V Williams). Tote: (9-2) 2; (40-1) 3; Eklat De Rire 3-1f. 21 ran. ½, 28. (Miss V Williams). Tote: (40-1) 3; Eklat £40.40. £6.90, £1.80, £9.00, £2.70. Tote Exacta: De Rire 3-1f. 21 ran. ½, 28. (Miss V Williams). Tote: £40.40. £6.90, £1.80, £9.00, £2.70. Tote Exacta: De Rire 3-1f. 21 ran. ½, 28. (Miss V Williams). Tote: £321.40. Csf: £169.43. Tricast: £6,068.79. Tote Trifecta: £16,217.30 3.35: IL RIDOTO (H Cobden 4-1Cof) 1; Numitor (4-1Cof) 2; Frero Banbou (13-2) 3; Grey Diamond (H Cobden 4-1Cof) 1; (13-2) 3; Grey Diamond (H Cobden 4-1Cof) 1; 4-1Cof. 12 ran. 6½, 1½. (P F Nicholls). Tote: (4-1Cof) 2; 4-1Cof. 12 ran. 6½, 1½. (P F Nicholls). Tote: (4-1Cof) 2; (13-2) 3; Grey Diamond 4-1Cof. 12 ran. 6½, 1½. (P F Nicholls). Tote: (13-2) 3; Grey Diamond £5.00. £2.30, £2.00, £2.60. Tote Exacta: £29.10. Csf: 4-1Cof. 12 ran. 6½, 1½. (P F Nicholls). Tote: £5.00. £2.30, £2.00, £2.60. Tote Exacta: £29.10. Csf: 4-1Cof. 12 ran. 6½, 1½. (P F Nicholls). Tote: £20.99. Tricast: £104.16. NR: Sao. Tote Trifecta: £224.40 Jackpot: Not won. Pool of £3,932.97 carried forward to Leicester today. Quadpot: £450.80. Placepot: £2,805.30. forward to Leicester today. Quadpot: £450.80. Placepot: £2,805.30. forward to Leicester today. NEWCASTLE Going: Good to Soft (Soft in places) 11.45: TOO FRIENDLY Going: Good to Soft (Soft in places) 11.45: TOO FRIENDLY Going: Good to Soft (Soft in places) (B Andrews 5-4f) 1; Going: Good to Soft (Soft in places) (B Andrews 5-4f) 1; Going: Good to Soft (Soft in places) 11.45: TOO FRIENDLY (B Andrews 5-4f) 1; 11.45: TOO FRIENDLY Going: Good to Soft (Soft in places) 11.45: TOO FRIENDLY Going: Good to Soft (Soft in places) (B Andrews 5-4f) 1; Going: Good to Soft (Soft in places) 11.45: TOO FRIENDLY Going: Good to Soft (Soft in places) Twilight Twist (11-8) 2; Twist (11-8) 2; Twist Galah (14-1) 3 6 ran. 4¾, 1¼. (D Skelton). (B Andrews 5-4f) 1; (14-1) 3 6 ran. 4¾, 1¼. (D Skelton). (B Andrews 5-4f) 1; Twilight (14-1) 3 6 ran. 4¾, 1¼. (D Skelton). Twilight Tote: £2.90. £1.20, £1.20. Tote Exacta: £3.30. Csf: (11-8) 2; Tote: £2.90. £1.20, £1.20. Tote Exacta: £3.30. Csf: (11-8) 2; (14-1) 3 6 ran. 4¾, 1¼. (D Skelton). Tote: £2.90. £1.20, £1.20. Tote Exacta: £3.30. Csf: (14-1) 3 6 ran. 4¾, 1¼. (D Skelton). £3.40. Tote Trifecta: £11.40 12.20: SCENE NOT HERD (J J Burke 15-8f) 1; Luckofthedraw (11-4) 2; Caboy (J J Burke 15-8f) 1; Caboy (J J Burke 15-8f) 1; (10-1) 3 10 ran. 6½, (J J Burke 15-8f) 1; (10-1) 3 10 ran. 6½, (J J Burke 15-8f) 1; Caboy (10-1) 3 10 ran. 6½, Caboy (J J Burke 15-8f) 1; Caboy (J J Burke 15-8f) 1; (10-1) 3 10 ran. 6½, (J J Burke 15-8f) 1; Caboy (J J Burke 15-8f) 1; 8. (C E Longsdon). Tote: £2.88. £1.30, £1.40, £2.70. (11-4) 2; 8. (C E Longsdon). Tote: £2.88. £1.30, £1.40, £2.70. (11-4) 2; Caboy 8. (C E Longsdon). Tote: £2.88. £1.30, £1.40, £2.70. Caboy (10-1) 3 10 ran. 6½, 8. (C E Longsdon). Tote: £2.88. £1.30, £1.40, £2.70. (10-1) 3 10 ran. 6½, Caboy (10-1) 3 10 ran. 6½, Caboy 8. (C E Longsdon). Tote: £2.88. £1.30, £1.40, £2.70. Caboy (10-1) 3 10 ran. 6½, Caboy Tote Exacta: £7.90. Csf: £7.85. Tricast: £37.14. Tote 8. (C E Longsdon). Tote: £2.88. £1.30, £1.40, £2.70. Tote Exacta: £7.90. Csf: £7.85. Tricast: £37.14. Tote 8. (C E Longsdon). Tote: £2.88. £1.30, £1.40, £2.70. Trifecta: £42.10 12.55: MR GLASS (S Bowen 5-6f) 1; Loughderg Rocco (14-1) 2; Marble Sands (S Bowen 5-6f) 1; Marble Sands (S Bowen 5-6f) 1; (15-8) 3 4 ran. 1, 1¾. (S Bowen 5-6f) 1; (15-8) 3 4 ran. 1, 1¾. (S Bowen 5-6f) 1; Loughderg (15-8) 3 4 ran. 1, 1¾. Loughderg (P F Nicholls). Tote: £1.84. Tote Exacta: £8.00. Csf: (14-1) 2; (P F Nicholls). Tote: £1.84. Tote Exacta: £8.00. Csf: (14-1) 2; (15-8) 3 4 ran. 1, 1¾. (P F Nicholls). Tote: £1.84. Tote Exacta: £8.00. Csf: (15-8) 3 4 ran. 1, 1¾. £9.63. NRs: Captain Quint, Coolbane Boy. Tote Trifecta: (P F Nicholls). Tote: £1.84. Tote Exacta: £8.00. Csf: £9.63. NRs: Captain Quint, Coolbane Boy. Tote Trifecta: (P F Nicholls). Tote: £1.84. Tote Exacta: £8.00. Csf: £15.30 £9.63. NRs: Captain Quint, Coolbane Boy. Tote Trifecta: £15.30 £9.63. NRs: Captain Quint, Coolbane Boy. Tote Trifecta: 1.30: WINDS OF FIRE (A Wedge 10-1) 1; Cooper’s Cross (7-4Jtf) 2; Valleres (7-4Jtf) 3 4 ran. 1¾, 20. (Evan (A Wedge 10-1) 1; (7-4Jtf) 3 4 ran. 1¾, 20. (Evan (A Wedge 10-1) 1; Williams). Tote: £11.00. Tote Exacta: £35.30. Csf: (7-4Jtf) 2; Williams). Tote: £11.00. Tote Exacta: £35.30. Csf: (7-4Jtf) 2; (7-4Jtf) 3 4 ran. 1¾, 20. (Evan Williams). Tote: £11.00. Tote Exacta: £35.30. Csf: (7-4Jtf) 3 4 ran. 1¾, 20. (Evan £26.97. Williams). Tote: £11.00. Tote Exacta: £35.30. Csf: £26.97. Williams). Tote: £11.00. Tote Exacta: £35.30. Csf: 2.05: AYE RIGHT (C Bewley 5-1) 1; 2.05: AYE RIGHT (C Bewley 5-1) 1; 2.05: AYE RIGHT Good Boy Bobby (9-2f) 2; Dingo Dollar (C Bewley 5-1) 1; Dingo Dollar (C Bewley 5-1) 1; (15-2) 3 12 ran. hd, 9½. (Mrs H (C Bewley 5-1) 1; (15-2) 3 12 ran. hd, 9½. (Mrs H (C Bewley 5-1) 1; O Graham). Tote: £6.00. £2.20, £1.80, £2.70. Tote (9-2f) 2; O Graham). Tote: £6.00. £2.20, £1.80, £2.70. Tote (9-2f) 2; Dingo Dollar O Graham). Tote: £6.00. £2.20, £1.80, £2.70. Tote Dingo Dollar (15-2) 3 12 ran. hd, 9½. (Mrs H O Graham). Tote: £6.00. £2.20, £1.80, £2.70. Tote (15-2) 3 12 ran. hd, 9½. (Mrs H Exacta: £33.00. Csf: £27.86. Tricast: £169.04. NR: Nuts O Graham). Tote: £6.00. £2.20, £1.80, £2.70. Tote Exacta: £33.00. Csf: £27.86. Tricast: £169.04. NR: Nuts O Graham). Tote: £6.00. £2.20, £1.80, £2.70. Tote Well. Tote Trifecta: £153.60 2.40: SINCE DAY ONE (B S Hughes 14-1) 1; Parisencore (7-2) 2; Well Educated (B S Hughes 14-1) 1; Well Educated (B S Hughes 14-1) 1; (7-2) 3; Cool Jet (B S Hughes 14-1) 1; (7-2) 3; Cool Jet (B S Hughes 14-1) 1; 5-2f. 10 ran. 2¾, 4¼. (D McCain Jnr). Tote: £15.00. (7-2) 2; 5-2f. 10 ran. 2¾, 4¼. (D McCain Jnr). Tote: £15.00. (7-2) 2; (7-2) 3; Cool Jet 5-2f. 10 ran. 2¾, 4¼. (D McCain Jnr). Tote: £15.00. (7-2) 3; Cool Jet £2.80, £1.60, £1.60. Tote Exacta: £57.90. Csf: £64.44. 5-2f. 10 ran. 2¾, 4¼. (D McCain Jnr). Tote: £15.00. £2.80, £1.60, £1.60. Tote Exacta: £57.90. Csf: £64.44. 5-2f. 10 ran. 2¾, 4¼. (D McCain Jnr). Tote: £15.00. NRs: Andante, Fortcanyon. Tote Trifecta: £262.50 3.15: EPATANTE NRs: Andante, Fortcanyon. Tote Trifecta: £262.50 3.15: EPATANTE NRs: Andante, Fortcanyon. Tote Trifecta: £262.50 (A Coleman 11-8f) 1=: NOT SO NRs: Andante, Fortcanyon. Tote Trifecta: £262.50 (A Coleman 11-8f) 1=: NOT SO NRs: Andante, Fortcanyon. Tote Trifecta: £262.50 SLEEPY (J J Burke 18-1) 1= (A Coleman 11-8f) 1=: NOT SO SLEEPY (J J Burke 18-1) 1= (A Coleman 11-8f) 1=: NOT SO Sceau Royal (A Coleman 11-8f) 1=: NOT SO Sceau Royal (A Coleman 11-8f) 1=: NOT SO (9-2) 3 6 ran. (A Coleman 11-8f) 1=: NOT SO (9-2) 3 6 ran. (A Coleman 11-8f) 1=: NOT SO dht, 1½. (N J Henderson, H Morrison). Tote: Not So SLEEPY (J J Burke 18-1) 1= dht, 1½. (N J Henderson, H Morrison). Tote: Not So SLEEPY (J J Burke 18-1) 1= (9-2) 3 6 ran. dht, 1½. (N J Henderson, H Morrison). Tote: Not So (9-2) 3 6 ran. Sleepy £10.10, Epatante £1.19. Not So Sleepy £5.80, dht, 1½. (N J Henderson, H Morrison). Tote: Not So Sleepy £10.10, Epatante £1.19. Not So Sleepy £5.80, dht, 1½. (N J Henderson, H Morrison). Tote: Not So Epatante £1.20. Tote Exacta: Not So Sleepy, Epatante Sleepy £10.10, Epatante £1.19. Not So Sleepy £5.80, Epatante £1.20. Tote Exacta: Not So Sleepy, Epatante Sleepy £10.10, Epatante £1.19. Not So Sleepy £5.80, £24.50, Epatante, Not So Sleepy £10.80. Csf: Not So Epatante £1.20. Tote Exacta: Not So Sleepy, Epatante £24.50, Epatante, Not So Sleepy £10.80. Csf: Not So Epatante £1.20. Tote Exacta: Not So Sleepy, Epatante Sleepy, Epatante £20.57, Epatante, Not So Sleepy £24.50, Epatante, Not So Sleepy £10.80. Csf: Not So Sleepy, Epatante £20.57, Epatante, Not So Sleepy £24.50, Epatante, Not So Sleepy £10.80. Csf: Not So £10.78. Tote Trifecta: 2-6-3 £91.60 6-2-3 £33.40 Sleepy, Epatante £20.57, Epatante, Not So Sleepy £10.78. Tote Trifecta: 2-6-3 £91.60 6-2-3 £33.40 Sleepy, Epatante £20.57, Epatante, Not So Sleepy Quadpot: £90.90. Placepot: £95.90. DONCASTER Going: Good to Soft (Good in places) 12.05: SUMMIT LIKE HERBIE Going: Good to Soft (Good in places) 12.05: SUMMIT LIKE HERBIE Going: Good to Soft (Good in places) (J Nailor 15-2) 1; Going: Good to Soft (Good in places) (J Nailor 15-2) 1; Going: Good to Soft (Good in places) Bobmahley (6-4f) 2; Bobmahley (6-4f) 2; Bobmahley Vintage Glen (J Nailor 15-2) 1; Vintage Glen (J Nailor 15-2) 1; (10-3) 3 9 ran. 4, (J Nailor 15-2) 1; (10-3) 3 9 ran. 4, (J Nailor 15-2) 1; 3¾. (N A Twiston-Davies). Tote: £8.50. £2.10, £1.10, (6-4f) 2; 3¾. (N A Twiston-Davies). Tote: £8.50. £2.10, £1.10, (6-4f) 2; Vintage Glen 3¾. (N A Twiston-Davies). Tote: £8.50. £2.10, £1.10, Vintage Glen (10-3) 3 9 ran. 4, 3¾. (N A Twiston-Davies). Tote: £8.50. £2.10, £1.10, (10-3) 3 9 ran. 4, £1.40. Tote Exacta: £23.00. Csf: £20.53. Tricast: £46.61. 3¾. (N A Twiston-Davies). Tote: £8.50. £2.10, £1.10, £1.40. Tote Exacta: £23.00. Csf: £20.53. Tricast: £46.61. 3¾. (N A Twiston-Davies). Tote: £8.50. £2.10, £1.10, NRs: Banana Joe, Strategic. Tote Trifecta: £81.30 12.35: BRIEF TIMES NRs: Banana Joe, Strategic. Tote Trifecta: £81.30 12.35: BRIEF TIMES NRs: Banana Joe, Strategic. Tote Trifecta: £81.30 (J Best 2-5f) 1; NRs: Banana Joe, Strategic. Tote Trifecta: £81.30 (J Best 2-5f) 1; NRs: Banana Joe, Strategic. Tote Trifecta: £81.30 Global Famen NRs: Banana Joe, Strategic. Tote Trifecta: £81.30 Global Famen NRs: Banana Joe, Strategic. Tote Trifecta: £81.30 - glory (17-2) 2; glory (17-2) 2; glory Stumps Or Slips (J Best 2-5f) 1; Stumps Or Slips (J Best 2-5f) 1; (16-1) 3 7 ran. 3, 45. (J Best 2-5f) 1; (16-1) 3 7 ran. 3, 45. (J Best 2-5f) 1; (N P Mulholland). Tote: £1.40. £1.10, £3.20. Tote Exacta: glory (N P Mulholland). Tote: £1.40. £1.10, £3.20. Tote Exacta: glory (17-2) 2; (N P Mulholland). Tote: £1.40. £1.10, £3.20. Tote Exacta: (17-2) 2; glory (17-2) 2; glory (N P Mulholland). Tote: £1.40. £1.10, £3.20. Tote Exacta: glory (17-2) 2; glory (16-1) 3 7 ran. 3, 45. (N P Mulholland). Tote: £1.40. £1.10, £3.20. Tote Exacta: (16-1) 3 7 ran. 3, 45. £3.70. Csf: £5.07. NRs: Alchemystique, Bob’s Bar, (N P Mulholland). Tote: £1.40. £1.10, £3.20. Tote Exacta: £3.70. Csf: £5.07. NRs: Alchemystique, Bob’s Bar, (N P Mulholland). Tote: £1.40. £1.10, £3.20. Tote Exacta: Waltons Grove. Tote Trifecta: £13.60 £3.70. Csf: £5.07. NRs: Alchemystique, Bob’s Bar, Waltons Grove. Tote Trifecta: £13.60 £3.70. Csf: £5.07. NRs: Alchemystique, Bob’s Bar, 1.08: NEXTDOORTOALICE (H Bannister 13-8) 1; Becky The Boo (3-1) 2; Karlie (6-4f) 3 5 ran. 10, 2¼. (H Bannister 13-8) 1; (6-4f) 3 5 ran. 10, 2¼. (H Bannister 13-8) 1; (A M Hales). Tote: £2.63. £1.20, £1.50. Tote Exacta: (3-1) 2; (A M Hales). Tote: £2.63. £1.20, £1.50. Tote Exacta: (3-1) 2; (6-4f) 3 5 ran. 10, 2¼. (A M Hales). Tote: £2.63. £1.20, £1.50. Tote Exacta: (6-4f) 3 5 ran. 10, 2¼. £6.10. Csf: £6.86. Tote Trifecta: £8.70 (A M Hales). Tote: £2.63. £1.20, £1.50. Tote Exacta: £6.10. Csf: £6.86. Tote Trifecta: £8.70 (A M Hales). Tote: £2.63. £1.20, £1.50. Tote Exacta: 1.43: INGLEBY HOLLOW (N Moscrop 17-2) 1; 1.43: INGLEBY HOLLOW (N Moscrop 17-2) 1; 1.43: INGLEBY HOLLOW Rattle Owl (7-4f) 2; Gordon’s Jet (7-2) 3 7 ran. 3½, 1½. (R (N Moscrop 17-2) 1; (7-2) 3 7 ran. 3½, 1½. (R (N Moscrop 17-2) 1; Menzies). Tote: £9.50. £3.90, £1.50. Tote Exacta: (7-4f) 2; Menzies). Tote: £9.50. £3.90, £1.50. Tote Exacta: (7-4f) 2; (7-2) 3 7 ran. 3½, 1½. (R Menzies). Tote: £9.50. £3.90, £1.50. Tote Exacta: (7-2) 3 7 ran. 3½, 1½. (R £27.00. Csf: £24.36. Tricast: £62.72. NR: Constancio. Menzies). Tote: £9.50. £3.90, £1.50. Tote Exacta: £27.00. Csf: £24.36. Tricast: £62.72. NR: Constancio. Menzies). Tote: £9.50. £3.90, £1.50. Tote Exacta: Tote Trifecta: £99.00 2.18: HERBIERS (H Brooke 10-3Jtf) 1; Global Citizen (7-1) 2; Courtandbould (H Brooke 10-3Jtf) 1; Courtandbould (H Brooke 10-3Jtf) 1; (5-1) 3; Ecco 10-3Jtf. (H Brooke 10-3Jtf) 1; (5-1) 3; Ecco 10-3Jtf. (H Brooke 10-3Jtf) 1; 8 ran. 8½, 3½. (O Greenall). Tote: £4.34. £1.30, £2.30, £1.90. Tote Exacta: £28.50. Csf: £26.33. Tricast: 8 ran. 8½, 3½. (O Greenall). Tote: £4.34. £1.30, £2.30, £1.90. Tote Exacta: £28.50. Csf: £26.33. Tricast: 8 ran. 8½, 3½. (O Greenall). Tote: £4.34. £1.30, £2.30, £113.75. Tote Trifecta: £171.60 2.53: LE FILS DE FORCE (B Frost 7-2) 1; Our Marty (9-1) 2; Idealdes Villerets (9-2) 3; King Of Quinta 15-8f. (B Frost 7-2) 1; (9-2) 3; King Of Quinta 15-8f. (B Frost 7-2) 1; 9 ran. 2¾, 1½. (Simon Whitaker). Tote: £4.50. £1.60, (9-1) 2; 9 ran. 2¾, 1½. (Simon Whitaker). Tote: £4.50. £1.60, (9-1) 2; (9-2) 3; King Of Quinta 15-8f. 9 ran. 2¾, 1½. (Simon Whitaker). Tote: £4.50. £1.60, (9-2) 3; King Of Quinta 15-8f. £2.30, £1.70. Tote Exacta: £39.40. Csf: £35.22. Tote 9 ran. 2¾, 1½. (Simon Whitaker). Tote: £4.50. £1.60, £2.30, £1.70. Tote Exacta: £39.40. Csf: £35.22. Tote 9 ran. 2¾, 1½. (Simon Whitaker). Tote: £4.50. £1.60, Trifecta: £134.90 3.28: FLIC OU VOYOU (B Frost 10-11Jtf) 1; Jacamar (10-11Jtf) 2 2 ran. 8½. (P F Nicholls). Tote: £1.91. (B Frost 10-11Jtf) 1; (10-11Jtf) 2 2 ran. 8½. (P F Nicholls). Tote: £1.91. (B Frost 10-11Jtf) 1; Quadpot: £14.10. Placepot: £16.70. (10-11Jtf) 2 2 ran. 8½. (P F Nicholls). Tote: £1.91. Quadpot: £14.10. Placepot: £16.70. (10-11Jtf) 2 2 ran. 8½. (P F Nicholls). Tote: £1.91. FAIRYHOUSE Going: Good 11.30: LIEUTENANT COMMAND Going: Good 11.30: LIEUTENANT COMMAND Going: Good (B J Cooper 8-1) 1; Max Flamingo (5-2f) 2; Floueur (9-1) 3 9 ran. 1¾, (B J Cooper 8-1) (9-1) 3 9 ran. 1¾, (B J Cooper 8-1) 1½. (N Meade). Tote: E9.00. E2.00, E1.10, E2.90. Tote Max Flamingo 1½. (N Meade). Tote: E9.00. E2.00, E1.10, E2.90. Tote Max Flamingo (5-2f) 2; 1½. (N Meade). Tote: E9.00. E2.00, E1.10, E2.90. Tote (5-2f) 2; (9-1) 3 9 ran. 1¾, 1½. (N Meade). Tote: E9.00. E2.00, E1.10, E2.90. Tote (9-1) 3 9 ran. 1¾, Exacta: E28.90. Csf: E29.78. NRs: Limestone Rock, 1½. (N Meade). Tote: E9.00. E2.00, E1.10, E2.90. Tote Exacta: E28.90. Csf: E29.78. NRs: Limestone Rock, 1½. (N Meade). Tote: E9.00. E2.00, E1.10, E2.90. Tote Ragin Cajun. Tote Trifecta: E584.90 12.00: LORD LARIAT Ragin Cajun. Tote Trifecta: E584.90 12.00: LORD LARIAT Ragin Cajun. Tote Trifecta: E584.90 (M J Walton 9-2) 1; Ragin Cajun. Tote Trifecta: E584.90 (M J Walton 9-2) 1; Ragin Cajun. Tote Trifecta: E584.90 Favori Logique (11-8f) 2; O Connell Street (M J Walton 9-2) 1; O Connell Street (M J Walton 9-2) 1; (11-1) 3 11 ran. (M J Walton 9-2) 1; (11-1) 3 11 ran. (M J Walton 9-2) 1; ½, ½. (D A McLoughlin). Tote: E6.40. E1.70, E1.10, Logique ½, ½. (D A McLoughlin). Tote: E6.40. E1.70, E1.10, Logique (11-8f) 2; ½, ½. (D A McLoughlin). Tote: E6.40. E1.70, E1.10, (11-8f) 2; (11-1) 3 11 ran. ½, ½. (D A McLoughlin). Tote: E6.40. E1.70, E1.10, (11-1) 3 11 ran. E3.10. Tote Exacta: E16.10. Csf: E12.17. Tricast: ½, ½. (D A McLoughlin). Tote: E6.40. E1.70, E1.10, E3.10. Tote Exacta: E16.10. Csf: E12.17. Tricast: ½, ½. (D A McLoughlin). Tote: E6.40. E1.70, E1.10, E68.92. NR: Kavanaghs Corner. Trifecta: E343.00 12.30: DUNVEGAN E68.92. NR: Kavanaghs Corner. Trifecta: E343.00 12.30: DUNVEGAN E68.92. NR: Kavanaghs Corner. Trifecta: E343.00 (B J Cooper 3-1) 1; E68.92. NR: Kavanaghs Corner. Trifecta: E343.00 (B J Cooper 3-1) 1; E68.92. NR: Kavanaghs Corner. Trifecta: E343.00 Grange E68.92. NR: Kavanaghs Corner. Trifecta: E343.00 Grange E68.92. NR: Kavanaghs Corner. Trifecta: E343.00 Walk (18-1) 2; Walk (18-1) 2; Walk Benefit Run (18-1) 3; Buddy Rich 5-2f. (B J Cooper 3-1) 1; (18-1) 3; Buddy Rich 5-2f. (B J Cooper 3-1) 1; Grange (18-1) 3; Buddy Rich 5-2f. Grange 10 ran. 1, 5. (P A Fahy). Tote: E4.00. E1.40, E4.70, (18-1) 2; 10 ran. 1, 5. (P A Fahy). Tote: E4.00. E1.40, E4.70, (18-1) 2; (18-1) 3; Buddy Rich 5-2f. 10 ran. 1, 5. (P A Fahy). Tote: E4.00. E1.40, E4.70, (18-1) 3; Buddy Rich 5-2f. E5.30. Tote Exacta: E58.10. Csf: E52.63. Tricast: 10 ran. 1, 5. (P A Fahy). Tote: E4.00. E1.40, E4.70, E5.30. Tote Exacta: E58.10. Csf: E52.63. Tricast: 10 ran. 1, 5. (P A Fahy). Tote: E4.00. E1.40, E4.70, E838.31. NRs: Epson Du Houx, Vado Forte. Tote Trifecta: E1,068.30 E838.31. NRs: Epson Du Houx, Vado Forte. Tote Trifecta: E1,068.30 E838.31. NRs: Epson Du Houx, Vado Forte. Tote 1.01: GRINGO D’AUBRELLE (D N Russell Evensf) 1; Adamantly Chosen (11-8) 2; (D N Russell Evensf) (11-8) 2; (D N Russell Evensf) Ash Tree Meadow (11-1) 3 15 ran. ¾, 4¼. (G Elliott). Tote: E2.00. E1.10, (11-8) 2; (11-1) 3 15 ran. ¾, 4¼. (G Elliott). Tote: E2.00. E1.10, (11-8) 2; E1.10, E2.10. Exacta: E3.50. Csf: E2.90. NRs: Harald (11-1) 3 15 ran. ¾, 4¼. (G Elliott). Tote: E2.00. E1.10, E1.10, E2.10. Exacta: E3.50. Csf: E2.90. NRs: Harald (11-1) 3 15 ran. ¾, 4¼. (G Elliott). Tote: E2.00. E1.10, Hardrad, Myles Milan, Party Moon. Trifecta: E15.10 1.36: GRANGEE Hardrad, Myles Milan, Party Moon. Trifecta: E15.10 1.36: GRANGEE Hardrad, Myles Milan, Party Moon. Trifecta: E15.10 (B J Cooper 2-7f) 1; Hardrad, Myles Milan, Party Moon. Trifecta: E15.10 (B J Cooper 2-7f) 1; Hardrad, Myles Milan, Party Moon. Trifecta: E15.10 Roaring Potter Hardrad, Myles Milan, Party Moon. Trifecta: E15.10 Roaring Potter Hardrad, Myles Milan, Party Moon. Trifecta: E15.10 (12-1) 2; Midnight It Is (15-2) 3 12 ran. 5½, ½. (W P (B J Cooper 2-7f) 1; (15-2) 3 12 ran. 5½, ½. (W P (B J Cooper 2-7f) 1; Roaring Potter (15-2) 3 12 ran. 5½, ½. (W P Roaring Potter Mullins). Tote: E1.29. E1.02, E2.90, E1.60. Tote Exacta: (12-1) 2; Mullins). Tote: E1.29. E1.02, E2.90, E1.60. Tote Exacta: (12-1) 2; Midnight It Is Mullins). Tote: E1.29. E1.02, E2.90, E1.60. Tote Exacta: Midnight It Is (15-2) 3 12 ran. 5½, ½. (W P Mullins). Tote: E1.29. E1.02, E2.90, E1.60. Tote Exacta: (15-2) 3 12 ran. 5½, ½. (W P E7.50. Csf: E6.71. NRs: Desert Friend, Happaugue, Mullins). Tote: E1.29. E1.02, E2.90, E1.60. Tote Exacta: E7.50. Csf: E6.71. NRs: Desert Friend, Happaugue, Mullins). Tote: E1.29. E1.02, E2.90, E1.60. Tote Exacta: Musta Lovea Lovea, Rebellious Gale, Watch House E7.50. Csf: E6.71. NRs: Desert Friend, Happaugue, Musta Lovea Lovea, Rebellious Gale, Watch House E7.50. Csf: E6.71. NRs: Desert Friend, Happaugue, Cross. Tote Trifecta: E24.10 2.11: BROOMFIELDS JEREMY (L P Dempsey 13-2) 2.11: BROOMFIELDS JEREMY (L P Dempsey 13-2) 2.11: BROOMFIELDS JEREMY 1; Carrarea (15-2) 2; Silvertown (16-1) 3; Whatsnoto (L P Dempsey 13-2) (16-1) 3; Whatsnoto (L P Dempsey 13-2) - know 9-2f. 19 ran. hd, ½. (J P Dempsey). Tote: E7.60. (15-2) 2; know 9-2f. 19 ran. hd, ½. (J P Dempsey). Tote: E7.60. (15-2) 2; (16-1) 3; Whatsnoto know 9-2f. 19 ran. hd, ½. (J P Dempsey). Tote: E7.60. (16-1) 3; Whatsnoto E1.80, E2.30, E3.80, E2.00. Tote Exacta: E50.90. Csf: know 9-2f. 19 ran. hd, ½. (J P Dempsey). Tote: E7.60. E1.80, E2.30, E3.80, E2.00. Tote Exacta: E50.90. Csf: know 9-2f. 19 ran. hd, ½. (J P Dempsey). Tote: E7.60. E55.67. Tricast: E786.00. NRs: Guiri, Leagan Gaeilge, Lord Erskine. Tote Trifecta: E685.70 E55.67. Tricast: E786.00. NRs: Guiri, Leagan Gaeilge, Lord Erskine. Tote Trifecta: E685.70 E55.67. Tricast: E786.00. NRs: Guiri, Leagan Gaeilge, 2.46: CHEMICAL ENERGY (S Fitzgerald 7-4f) 1; 2.46: CHEMICAL ENERGY (S Fitzgerald 7-4f) 1; 2.46: CHEMICAL ENERGY Lunar Display (10-3) 2; Lunar Display (10-3) 2; Lunar Display Sweet Street (S Fitzgerald 7-4f) 1; Sweet Street (S Fitzgerald 7-4f) 1; (20-1) 3 8 ran. (S Fitzgerald 7-4f) 1; (20-1) 3 8 ran. (S Fitzgerald 7-4f) 1; 1½, 1½. (G Elliott). Tote: E2.75. E1.10, E1.40, E4.20. (10-3) 2; 1½, 1½. (G Elliott). Tote: E2.75. E1.10, E1.40, E4.20. (10-3) 2; (20-1) 3 8 ran. 1½, 1½. (G Elliott). Tote: E2.75. E1.10, E1.40, E4.20. (20-1) 3 8 ran. Tote Exacta: E8.30. Csf: E8.32. NRs: It’sallabouteve, 1½, 1½. (G Elliott). Tote: E2.75. E1.10, E1.40, E4.20. Tote Exacta: E8.30. Csf: E8.32. NRs: It’sallabouteve, 1½, 1½. (G Elliott). Tote: E2.75. E1.10, E1.40, E4.20. Simply Shabra, Stumptown. Tote Trifecta: E102.90 3.21: THE NICE GUY (M P W Mullins 9-4) 1; 3.21: THE NICE GUY (M P W Mullins 9-4) 1; 3.21: THE NICE GUY Santonito (15-8f) 2; Burn The Evidence (12-1) 3 12 (M P W Mullins 9-4) 1; (12-1) 3 12 (M P W Mullins 9-4) 1; ran. 2¼, 2. (W P Mullins). Tote: E3.25. E1.50, E1.10, (15-8f) 2; ran. 2¼, 2. (W P Mullins). Tote: E3.25. E1.50, E1.10, (15-8f) 2; (12-1) 3 12 ran. 2¼, 2. (W P Mullins). Tote: E3.25. E1.50, E1.10, (12-1) 3 12 E2.50. Tote Exacta: E7.30. Csf: E6.87. NRs: Steel Cable, ran. 2¼, 2. (W P Mullins). Tote: E3.25. E1.50, E1.10, E2.50. Tote Exacta: E7.30. Csf: E6.87. NRs: Steel Cable, ran. 2¼, 2. (W P Mullins). Tote: E3.25. E1.50, E1.10, The Flier Begley, Western Flyer. Placepot: E36.80. The Flier Begley, Western Flyer. Placepot: E36.80. The Flier Begley, Western Flyer. WOLVERHAMPTON Going: Standard 4.00: THE DALEY EXPRESS Going: Standard 4.00: THE DALEY EXPRESS Going: Standard (D Probert 8-1) 1; Going: Standard (D Probert 8-1) 1; Going: Standard Some Nightmare (6-1) 2; Bezzas Lad (12-1) 3; Howzak (D Probert 8-1) 1; (12-1) 3; Howzak (D Probert 8-1) 1; Evensf. 10 ran. hd, 1¼. (R Harris). Tote: £9.10. £2.20, Nightmare Evensf. 10 ran. hd, 1¼. (R Harris). Tote: £9.10. £2.20, Nightmare (6-1) 2; Evensf. 10 ran. hd, 1¼. (R Harris). Tote: £9.10. £2.20, (6-1) 2; (12-1) 3; Howzak Evensf. 10 ran. hd, 1¼. (R Harris). Tote: £9.10. £2.20, (12-1) 3; Howzak £2.00, £3.50. Tote Exacta: £48.70. Csf: £57.85. Tricast: Evensf. 10 ran. hd, 1¼. (R Harris). Tote: £9.10. £2.20, £2.00, £3.50. Tote Exacta: £48.70. Csf: £57.85. Tricast: Evensf. 10 ran. hd, 1¼. (R Harris). Tote: £9.10. £2.20, £587.07. NR: Expert Opinion. Tote Trifecta: £313.10 • AMENDED RESULT £587.07. NR: Expert Opinion. Tote Trifecta: £313.10 ESULT £587.07. NR: Expert Opinion. Tote Trifecta: £313.10 4.30: PAPA DON’T PREACH (H Doyle 1-8f) 1; Monsieur Kodi (14-1) 2; Lullaby Bay (H Doyle 1-8f) 1; Lullaby Bay (H Doyle 1-8f) 1; (6-1) 3 5 ran. 1¼, (H Doyle 1-8f) 1; (6-1) 3 5 ran. 1¼, (H Doyle 1-8f) 1; Lullaby Bay (6-1) 3 5 ran. 1¼, Lullaby Bay (H Doyle 1-8f) 1; Lullaby Bay (H Doyle 1-8f) 1; (6-1) 3 5 ran. 1¼, (H Doyle 1-8f) 1; Lullaby Bay (H Doyle 1-8f) 1; hd. (C Hills). Tote: £1.13. £1.10, £2.70. Tote Exacta: (14-1) 2; hd. (C Hills). Tote: £1.13. £1.10, £2.70. Tote Exacta: (14-1) 2; (6-1) 3 5 ran. 1¼, hd. (C Hills). Tote: £1.13. £1.10, £2.70. Tote Exacta: (6-1) 3 5 ran. 1¼, £2.60. Csf: £3.72. NRs: Lucy Lulu, Steponit. Tote hd. (C Hills). Tote: £1.13. £1.10, £2.70. Tote Exacta: £2.60. Csf: £3.72. NRs: Lucy Lulu, Steponit. Tote hd. (C Hills). Tote: £1.13. £1.10, £2.70. Tote Exacta: Trifecta: £4.00 £2.60. Csf: £3.72. NRs: Lucy Lulu, Steponit. Tote Trifecta: £4.00 £2.60. Csf: £3.72. NRs: Lucy Lulu, Steponit. Tote 5.00: NEVER IN FOURTH (George Rooke 5-2) 1; Ammolite (13-2) 2; Park Street (George Rooke 5-2) 1; Park Street (George Rooke 5-2) 1; (15-8f) 3 5 ran. ½, 1¼. (George Rooke 5-2) 1; (15-8f) 3 5 ran. ½, 1¼. (George Rooke 5-2) 1; (R A Teal). Tote: £3.50. £1.40, £3.10. Tote Exacta: (13-2) 2; (R A Teal). Tote: £3.50. £1.40, £3.10. Tote Exacta: (13-2) 2; (15-8f) 3 5 ran. ½, 1¼. (R A Teal). Tote: £3.50. £1.40, £3.10. Tote Exacta: (15-8f) 3 5 ran. ½, 1¼. £18.10. Csf: £17.76. NR: Grey Belle. Tote Trifecta: (R A Teal). Tote: £3.50. £1.40, £3.10. Tote Exacta: £18.10. Csf: £17.76. NR: Grey Belle. Tote Trifecta: (R A Teal). Tote: £3.50. £1.40, £3.10. Tote Exacta: £37.40 £18.10. Csf: £17.76. NR: Grey Belle. Tote Trifecta: £37.40 £18.10. Csf: £17.76. NR: Grey Belle. Tote Trifecta: 5.30: CYGNETURE (Rob Hornby 8-1) 1; Morgan Fairy (5-4f) 2; Fairy (5-4f) 2; Fairy Tango Tonight (Rob Hornby 8-1) 1; Tango Tonight (Rob Hornby 8-1) 1; (10-1) 3 8 ran. 1, 6. (R M (Rob Hornby 8-1) 1; (10-1) 3 8 ran. 1, 6. (R M (Rob Hornby 8-1) 1; Morgan (10-1) 3 8 ran. 1, 6. (R M Morgan Beckett). Tote: £9.60. £2.70, £1.10, £2.50. Tote Exacta: (5-4f) 2; Beckett). Tote: £9.60. £2.70, £1.10, £2.50. Tote Exacta: (5-4f) 2; Tango Tonight Beckett). Tote: £9.60. £2.70, £1.10, £2.50. Tote Exacta: Tango Tonight (10-1) 3 8 ran. 1, 6. (R M Beckett). Tote: £9.60. £2.70, £1.10, £2.50. Tote Exacta: (10-1) 3 8 ran. 1, 6. (R M £26.00. Csf: £19.00. NR: Sharron Macready. Tote Beckett). Tote: £9.60. £2.70, £1.10, £2.50. Tote Exacta: £26.00. Csf: £19.00. NR: Sharron Macready. Tote Beckett). Tote: £9.60. £2.70, £1.10, £2.50. Tote Exacta: Trifecta: £204.10 £26.00. Csf: £19.00. NR: Sharron Macready. Tote Trifecta: £204.10 £26.00. Csf: £19.00. NR: Sharron Macready. Tote 6.00: SILVER SCREEN (Hector Crouch 9-4f) 1; Poptronic (9-1) 2; Attentive (17-2) 3 8 ran. ¾, ¾. (C (Hector Crouch 9-4f) 1; (17-2) 3 8 ran. ¾, ¾. (C (Hector Crouch 9-4f) 1; G Cox). Tote: £3.25. £1.10, £2.60, £2.40. Tote Exacta: (9-1) 2; G Cox). Tote: £3.25. £1.10, £2.60, £2.40. Tote Exacta: (9-1) 2; (17-2) 3 8 ran. ¾, ¾. (C G Cox). Tote: £3.25. £1.10, £2.60, £2.40. Tote Exacta: (17-2) 3 8 ran. ¾, ¾. (C £24.90. Csf: £23.56. NR: Dutch Lace. Tote Trifecta: G Cox). Tote: £3.25. £1.10, £2.60, £2.40. Tote Exacta: £24.90. Csf: £23.56. NR: Dutch Lace. Tote Trifecta: G Cox). Tote: £3.25. £1.10, £2.60, £2.40. Tote Exacta: £151.30 6.30: STREET KID (David Probert 13-8f) 1; Hafeet Alain (10-3) 2; Fox Duty Free (5-2) 3 6 ran. hd, ns. (David Probert 13-8f) 1; (5-2) 3 6 ran. hd, ns. (David Probert 13-8f) 1; (Kevin Philippart De Foy). Tote: £2.63. £1.20, £2.00. (10-3) 2; (Kevin Philippart De Foy). Tote: £2.63. £1.20, £2.00. (10-3) 2; (5-2) 3 6 ran. hd, ns. (Kevin Philippart De Foy). Tote: £2.63. £1.20, £2.00. (5-2) 3 6 ran. hd, ns. Tote Exacta: £7.00. Csf: £7.16. NR: Ramiro. Tote (Kevin Philippart De Foy). Tote: £2.63. £1.20, £2.00. Tote Exacta: £7.00. Csf: £7.16. NR: Ramiro. Tote (Kevin Philippart De Foy). Tote: £2.63. £1.20, £2.00. Trifecta: £16.60 7.00: ABNAA (Angus Villiers 3-1f) 1; Luscifer (6-1) 2; Rose Fandango (Angus Villiers 3-1f) 1; Rose Fandango (Angus Villiers 3-1f) 1; (4-1) 3 8 ran. 1, ½. (Antony Brittain). (Angus Villiers 3-1f) 1; (4-1) 3 8 ran. 1, ½. (Antony Brittain). (Angus Villiers 3-1f) 1; (6-1) (4-1) 3 8 ran. 1, ½. (Antony Brittain). (6-1) Tote: £4.00. £1.10, £2.20, £1.80. Tote Exacta: £18.20. Rose Fandango Tote: £4.00. £1.10, £2.20, £1.80. Tote Exacta: £18.20. Rose Fandango (4-1) 3 8 ran. 1, ½. (Antony Brittain). Tote: £4.00. £1.10, £2.20, £1.80. Tote Exacta: £18.20. (4-1) 3 8 ran. 1, ½. (Antony Brittain). Csf: £21.54. Tricast: £72.44. NRs: Are You Able, Pallas Lord, Ray Day, The Retriever. Tote Trifecta: £80.50 7.30: M Lord, Ray Day, The Retriever. Tote Trifecta: £80.50 7.30: M Lord, Ray Day, The Retriever. Tote Trifecta: £80.50 ASKED Lord, Ray Day, The Retriever. Tote Trifecta: £80.50 ASKED Lord, Ray Day, The Retriever. Tote Trifecta: £80.50 I Lord, Ray Day, The Retriever. Tote Trifecta: £80.50 I Lord, Ray Day, The Retriever. Tote Trifecta: £80.50 DENTITY Lord, Ray Day, The Retriever. Tote Trifecta: £80.50 DENTITY Lord, Ray Day, The Retriever. Tote Trifecta: £80.50 (Josephine Gordon 5-2f) Lord, Ray Day, The Retriever. Tote Trifecta: £80.50 (Josephine Gordon 5-2f) Lord, Ray Day, The Retriever. Tote Trifecta: £80.50 DENTITY (Josephine Gordon 5-2f) DENTITY Lord, Ray Day, The Retriever. Tote Trifecta: £80.50 DENTITY Lord, Ray Day, The Retriever. Tote Trifecta: £80.50 (Josephine Gordon 5-2f) Lord, Ray Day, The Retriever. Tote Trifecta: £80.50 DENTITY Lord, Ray Day, The Retriever. Tote Trifecta: £80.50 1; Lafan (5-1) 2; Swinging Eddie (Josephine Gordon 5-2f) Swinging Eddie (Josephine Gordon 5-2f) (20-1) 3; 10 ran. nk, (Josephine Gordon 5-2f) (20-1) 3; 10 ran. nk, (Josephine Gordon 5-2f) hd. (Mark Loughnane). Tote: £3.50. £1.40, £2.00, £4.90. (5-1) 2; hd. (Mark Loughnane). Tote: £3.50. £1.40, £2.00, £4.90. (5-1) 2; Swinging Eddie hd. (Mark Loughnane). Tote: £3.50. £1.40, £2.00, £4.90. Swinging Eddie (20-1) 3; 10 ran. nk, hd. (Mark Loughnane). Tote: £3.50. £1.40, £2.00, £4.90. (20-1) 3; 10 ran. nk, Tote Exacta: £15.80. Csf: £14.09 Tricast: £205.15 NR: hd. (Mark Loughnane). Tote: £3.50. £1.40, £2.00, £4.90. Tote Exacta: £15.80. Csf: £14.09 Tricast: £205.15 NR: hd. (Mark Loughnane). Tote: £3.50. £1.40, £2.00, £4.90. Critical Thinking. Tote Trifecta: £141.50. Quadpot: £11.50. Placepot: £39.50. Critical Thinking. Tote Trifecta: £141.50. Quadpot: £11.50. Placepot: £39.50. Critical Thinking. Tote Trifecta: £141.50. • BANGOR: ABANDONED DUE TO HIGH WINDS. SWeet lIKe honey Champ ready at Fairyhouse so easy superstar superstar superstar superstar to sparkle to sparkle in Grade 1 Stripe Life is the one to be with at the prices. ESKYLANE (3.10) was a smart winner of a handicap hurdle at Down Royal and he can defy a stiff hike. ADRIMEL (12.45) has a very interesting profile for the novice chase at Carlisle. Tom Lacey’s horse was aimed high over timber but he can hit back down in class. THE COB (2.20) can boost Ben Pauling’s excellent record in Cumbria. The gelding was never competitive in the Albert Bartlett at the Festival but this is far easier so he can score if fully tuned-up. TASHUNKA (3.30) was an eye-catching fourth at Exeter and she can build on that run for Fergal O’Brien at Leicester. stepped forward a long way on chase debut when winning a good race at Down Royal. The way this one attacked the obstacles was very impressive and enjoyable to witness. Lifetime Ambition had several of his rivals well behind so he should go in again under Sean O’Keefe. Elliott can bag the Royal Bond Novices’ Hu rd le w it h THREE STRIPE LIFE (1.05) . Fourth behind Sir Gerhard in the Champion Bumper, this one won a strong event on his timber debut at this track 26 days ago. Mighty Poiter has also been the subject of some nice words from Elliott but Three Honeysuckle (2.40) is the star turn on a stunning day at Fairyhouse. The Champion Hurdler gets her season started this afternoon in the Hatton’s Grace. Henry De Bromhead’s star is unbeaten in 12 runs under rules and should keep that record intact in the Grade 1. However, she’s too short to back so I’ll have an each-way interest on Gordon Elliott’s ABRACADABRAS. The high-class gelding won at Aintree last spring before chasing Honeysuckle home at Punchestown. The same can happen here. LIFETIME AMBITION (1.35) can shock Gabynako in an intriguing renewal of the Drinmore Novice Chase. Jessica Harrington’s charge was a moderate hurdler but ■ joe punter Tashunka’s ready to fire in Leicester thriller

web www.sundaymail.co.uk Sunday Mail November 28, 2021 51 Lucky Reilly’s Lucky 15 Universal Folly 4/1 (12.10 Carl), Storm Nelson 4/1 (2.20 Carl), Court Dreaming 7/2 (2.50 Carl), Dorisa Queen 15/8 (3.30 Carl). GOING: Good to Soft-Good in places on Chase course (Prec Inspection 8am). COURSE: Right-handed, undulating, pear shaped course of 1m 5f with a 3f 110yds run-in. 5-6f races start on an extension, the last 5f is uphill. RACING TV CONDITIONAL JOCKEYS’ HANDICAP 12.10 HURDLE (4) Winner £4,901 (9 run) 2m 1f 1 -21841 LORD CONDI (106) D Brooke 8 11-12 ......................................... ................................................................. Emma Smith-Chaston (3) 115 2 P8/97- LUCKY LOVER BOY (486) (T) O Greenall 6 11-12 (D) .......... .............................................................................................F Gregory 115 3 32-881 ROMEO BROWN (11) Sue Smith 7 11-11 (CD).........T Willmott (3) 114 4 3FF-15 MALPAS (20) (T) D McCain 6 11-11 (CD) ................. T Gillard (3) 114 5 P42671 UNIVERSAL FOLLY (28) N Richards 6 11-7 (CD) .................. .................................................................................Mr C Rabbitt (10) 110 6 2484-5 APPLAUS (194) (P,T) M Hammond 9 11-5 (CD).......Jack Hogan (7) 108 7 313249 FRIGHTENED RABBIT (11) D Sayer 9 11-3 (CD) .... A Doyle (5) 106 8 50-5P0 ENSEL DU PERCHE (147) Mrs Stella Barclay 7 11-1............. .................................................................................. Charlotte Jones 104 9 0080-6 VEE DANCER (30) R McNally (IRE) 6 10-11 .............K Brogan 100 BETTING: 7-2 Romeo Brown, 4 Lord Condi, Universal Folly, 6 Vee Dancer, 8 Malpas, Applaus, 10 Frightened Rabbit, 12 Lucky Lover Boy, 33 Ensel Du Perche. BET AT RACINGTV.COM NOVICES’ CHASE (GBB RACE) 12.45 (3) Winner £7,080 (6 run) 1m 7f 207yds 1 -21714 ARVICO BLEU (22) (T) E Whillans 9 11-12 (CD) ...... C Bewley 137 2 111PP- ADRIMEL (232) (T) T Lacey 6 11-2 (D 3 ) .......................J J Burke — 3 /22P-2 CORNERSTONE LAD (15) (P) M Hammond 7 11-2 (D 6 ) ...... ............................................................................................C O’Farrell 145 4 11117- DREAL DEAL (232) (T) R McNally (IRE) 6 11-2 (D 2 ) . D Meyler 103 5 0/31P- THE MOUSE DOCTOR A Keatley 8 11-2 (D 2 )...... Sean Quinlan — 6 /3211- WORD HAS IT (251) D McCain 7 11-2 (C,D)............B Hughes — BETTING: 13-8 Dreal Deal, 3 Adrimel, 7-2 Cornerstone Lad, 6 Word Has It, 10 Arvico Bleu, 20 The Mouse Doctor. ARVICO BLEU 9-1 (11-10, Callum Bewley) Prominent, led 3rd, headed after next, led 5th, headed after 2 out, weakened flat, 4th of 8, 7l behind Darling Du Large (10-2) at Aintree 2m hcp chs 0-140 (3) gs 4m 00.35s. ADRIMEL, did not finish, 25-1 (11-4, J J Burke) Prominent on inside, pushed along after 7th, weakened after next, pulled up before 3 out, in a race won by My Drogo (11-4) at Aintree 2m 4f nov hdl Grade 1 (1) gs in Apr, 12 ran 4m 55.36s. CORNERSTONE LAD 5-4 (11-8, C O’Farrell) Led, pushed along and headed when mistake 3 out, battled back to lead briefly before last, outpaced flat and no extra, 2nd of 3, 4l behind Fransham (10-6) at Wetherby 1m 7f nov hcap ch (3) gs 3m 55.44s. DREAL DEAL 7-1 (11-4, D F O’Regan) Held up in rear, hampered 4 out, headway approaching 3 out, weakened before next, 7th of 12, well behind My Drogo (11-4) at Aintree 2m 4f nov hdl Grade 1 (1) gs in Apr 4m 55.36s. THE MOUSE DOCTOR, did not finish, 40-1 (10-3, Siobhan Rutledge) Middivision, not fluent 4th and dropped to rear halfway, detached after 4 out and pulled up before 2 out, in a race won by Jazzaway (10-2) at Punchestown 2m hcp hdl in Apr, 24 ran 3m 06.60s. WORD HAS IT 2-11fav (11-6, B S Hughes) Led, jumped right on occasions, pushed along before 2 out, went right and ridden approaching last, ran on flat, won at Kelso 2m nh nov hdl (4) gd in Mar beating Wicked West (11-0) by 6l, 12 ran 3m 59.60s. 1.15 ROCKAVON CARLISLE RACING TV. PA 12.10 UNIVERSAL FOLLY (NB) UNIVERSAL FOLLY 12.45 DREAL DEAL DREAL DEAL 1.15 A DISTANT PLACE A DISTANT PLACE 1.45 ELIMAY ELIMAY (NB) 2.20 STORM NELSON (nap) SULTANS PRIDE 2.50 COURT DREAMING (NAP) COURT DREAMING 3.20 SUMMERGROUNDS BIG ARTHUR BRITISH EBF ‘NATIONAL HUNT’ NOVICES’ HURDLE (GBB RACE) (4) Winner £4,629 (10 run) 2m 3f 61yds 1 /422-1 A DISTANT PLACE (27) Jonjo O’Neill 6 11-4 ....... J O’Neill Jr 123 2 43-6 EVERYDAY CHAMPAGNE (38) N Richards 5 10-12 ........... .....................................................................................D McMenamin — 3 6-22 PILGRIMS KING (183) P Bowen 5 10-12 (BF)..........S Bowen — 4 22- SCIPION (232) T Lacey 5 10-12 ................................S Sheppard — 5 /62-P9 TIM PAT (11) D McCain 5 10-12 ....................................B Hughes — 6 66- A DAY IN DONOSTIA (233) M & D Easterby 4 10-11 ............ .......................................................................................W T Kennedy — 7 3-5 COURT AT SLIP (22) T Easterby 4 10-11 ...............J Hamilton — 8 1 HARRY DU BERLAIS (209) N Kent 4 10-11 ... C Hammond — 9 2-4 LOUNGE LIZARD (35) H Daly 4 10-11 .................T J O’Brien — 10 9759 WOTSMYNAME (12) I Jardine 4 10-11 ............. Sean Quinlan — BETTING: 7-4 A Distant Place, 7-2 Lounge Lizard, 5 Scipion, 11-2 Pilgrims King, 10 Everyday Champagne, Harry Du Berlais, 20 Tim Pat, Court At Slip, 66 Others. 2020: GASTON PHEBUS 4 11 4, Jonjo O’Neill Jr 4-1 (Jonjo O’Neill), 7 ran. HOUGHTON MARES’ CHASE (LISTED) (GBB RACE) (1) 1.45 Winner £18,794 (4 run) 2m 4f 1 /7511- ANNIE MC (298) (P) Jonjo O’Neill 7 11-4 (D 3 )......................... ............................................................................ Jonjo O’Neill Jr 148 2 22121- ELIMAY (239) W P Mullins (IRE) 7 11-4 (D 2 ) ................B Hughes 155 3 12F2-4 ZAMBELLA (29) N Twiston-Davies 6 11-4 (D) .............. D Jacob 139 4 1355F7 DOLLY DANCER (22) (T) M Barnes 7 11-0 (D) ....... C Bewley 115 BETTING: 8-15 Elimay, 5-2 Annie Mc, 6 Zambella, 100 Dolly Dancer. 2020: MY OLD GOLD 10 11 0, Brian Hughes 4-1 (N Richards), 6 ran. ANNIE MC 13-8fav (11-4, Jonjo O’Neill Jr.) Chased leaders, went 2nd after 7th, pushed along before 2 out, led last, drew clear final 150 yards, stayed on well, won at Warwick 2m 4f Listed ch (1) sft in Feb beating Zambella (11-4) by 6l, 5 ran 5m 21.10s. ELIMAY 8-15fav (11-7, M P Walsh) Tracked leaders, 3rd halfway, headway in 2nd after 4 out, led 2 out and pushed along, ridden and kept on run-in, won at Fairyhouse 2m 5f Listed ch (1) in Apr beating Demi Plie (10-13) by 1 1/4l, 5 ran 5m 43.50s. ZAMBELLA 4-1 (10-12, D A Jacob) Handy, left behind by winner before 3 out, stayed on one pace, weakened from last flight, 4th of 7, 14l behind Molly Ollys Wishes (11-2) at Wetherby 2m mrs hdl (listed) (4yo+) (1) gs in Oct 3m 49.59s. DOLLY DANCER 14-1 (10-5, S Mulqueen) Disputed lead, slow jump 3 out, lost place and weakened tamely, tailed off, last of 7, well behind Sultans Pride (11-6) at Kelso 3m 2f hcp hdl 0-130 (3) sft 6m 55.36s. VISIT RACINGTV.COM HANDICAP HURDLE (3) 2.20 Winner £7,407 (10 run) 3m 1f 1 300-15 BURBANK (154) (B) J Moffatt 9 11-12 (D)............................... ......................................................................Charlotte Jones (5) 137 2 2/0-11 LOSSIEMOUTH (11) (B) T Lacey 6 11-11 (C).....T Doggrell (7) 136 3 11310- THE COB (254) B Pauling 7 11-11 ....................Luca Morgan (5) 136 4 1-221P HOMME D’UN SOIR (29) (T) S Crawford (IRE) 5 11-6 ........... ................................................................................................ D Jacob 131 5 3/111- STORM NELSON (239) A M Thomson 8 11-3 (CD 2 ). R Mania 128 6 58953- FLASHJACK (259) H Daly 11 11-3 ...............................R Patrick 128 7 04F-20 BIG BAD BEAR (154) N Richards 7 11-3 (C).... Sean Quinlan 128 8 1416-1 SULTANS PRIDE (22) (P) G Boanas 9 11-0............B Hughes 125 9 0P-376 PERFECT MAN (15) M Hammond 10 10-12 ............................. .........................................................................Miss Becky Smith (3) 123 10431RP- THE DELRAY MUNKY (295) (P) I Jardine 9 10-7 .................. ............................................................................................C O’Farrell 118 BETTING: 9-4 Lossiemouth, 4 Storm Nelson, 6 Sultans Pride, 7 The Cob, 8 Big Bad Bear, 10 Burbank, 12 Homme D’Un Soir, 16 Flashjack, The Delray Munky, 25 Perfect Man. 2020: No corresponding race. Cloudy lifts Trophy for late Hemmings Cloudy Glen was a hugely emotional winner of the Ladbrokes Trophy Chase at Newbury. Venetia Williams’ 33/1 outsider was owned by the famous Trevor Hemmings who died last month and he was never far from the head of affairs in the 3m 2f showpiece. Charlie Deutsch sent the chaser on four out but he immediately faced a very dangerous challenge from Fiddlerontheroof (9/2). However, the gelding simply would not be denied and he stayed on to deny his rival by a half-length with Brahma Bull (40/1) third. 2.50 JOIN RACINGTV NOW HANDICAP CHASE (3) Winner £7,407 (7 run) 3m 110yds 1 135-2F MORNING SPIRIT (35) Jonjo O’Neill 6 11-12 ......Jonjo O’Neill Jr 129 2 10/0-3 DOWNTOWN GETAWAY (42) (T * ) P Bowen 8 11-9 .....S Bowen 126 3 1-3113 JUGE ET PARTI (28) (P) J Ewart 8 11-7 (D 2 )...........B Hughes 124 4 40-224 THATSY (20) B Butterworth 7 11-7 (D) .................. Sean Quinlan 124 5 16-662 COURT DREAMING (45) (P) N Richards 8 11-2 (CD) .......... D McMenamin 119 6 2122-7 WHO’S IN THE BOX (28) N Kent 7 11-0 (D)..... C Hammond 117 7 6415-8 FLOWER OF SCOTLAND (28) A M Thomson 6 10-12 ........R Mania 115 BETTING: 9-4 Morning Spirit, 10-3 Juge Et Parti, 7-2 Court Dreaming, 7 Who’s In The Box, 8 Downtown Getaway, 10 Flower Of Scotland, 14 Thatsy. MORNING SPIRIT, did not finish, 3-1 (11-3, Jonjo O’Neill Jr.) Held up towards rear, not fluent 2nd, fell 8th, in a race won by Corach Rambler (11-1) at Aintree 3m 1f nov Limited hcap ch (3) gd in Oct, 7 ran 6m 21.81s. DOWNTOWN GETAWAY 8-1 (10-10, S Bowen) Chased leader, mistake 4th, ridden 3 out, weakened, 3rd of 4, 35l behind Minella Trump (11-0) at Sedgefield 2m 3f nov hcp chs (3) gd in Oct 4m 49.14s. JUGE ET PARTI 9-1 (11-1, B S Hughes) Mid-division, chased front rank after 10th, ridden 2 out, stayed on one pace, 3rd of 9, 5l behind Hold That Taught (11-5) at Carlisle 3m 2f hcp chs 0-135 (3) sft in Oct 7m 00.22s. THATSY 40-1 (10-11, Sean Quinlan) Held up, ridden and outpaced after 3 out, kept on after 2 out, not reach leaders, 4th of 5, 10l behind Emir Sacree (10-11) at Carlisle 2m 4f nov hcap ch (3) gs 5m 09.04s. COURT DREAMING 7-2 (11-2, Danny McMenamin) Tracked leader, outjumped 3 out, soon pushed along, ridden after last, stayed on to take second close home, no impression on winner, 2nd of 3, 1 1/4l behind Quartz Du Rheu (11-9) at Carlisle 3m hcp chs 0-135 (3) gd in Oct 6m 28.20s. WHO’S IN THE BOX 7-1 (10-9, Charlie Hammond) Tracked leader, pushed along 4 out, ridden 2 out, gradually faded, 7th of 9, 9l behind Hold That Taught (11-5) at Carlisle 3m 2f hcp chs 0-135 (3) sft in Oct 7m 00.22s. FLOWER OF SCOTLAND 28-1 (10-6, Danny McMenamin) Always rear, mistake 1st, never showed, 8th of 11, 35l behind Papa Tango Charly (11-1) at Carlisle 2m 4f nov hcap ch (3) sft in Oct 5m 01.87s. RACINGTV.COM OPEN NH FLAT RACE (GBB RACE) (5) 3.20 Winner £2,451 (12 run) 2m 1f 1 1 KNOWWHENTOHOLDEM (38) M Harris 6 11-7 (D)............M Bastyan (3) — 2 BIG ARTHUR Mrs H Graham 4 11-0............................. R Mania — 3 BORIS THE BRAVE T Coyle 4 11-0 ...................T Midgley (7) — 4 4 CEOLWULF (193) Chris McSharry 5 11-0................... J Garritty — 5 81- CHASE OUTLAW (211) D McCain 5 11-0 ...............B Hughes — 6 P35 DUKE OF DECEPTION (28) O Greenall 4 11-0 .... H Brooke — 7 4 EDEN MILL (29) D Whillans 4 11-0 .............................. C Bewley — 8 MEDICINE WHEEL N Mechie 5 11-0 ......................... D Jacob — 9 2 SUMMERGROUNDS (207) N Richards 5 11-0 D McMenamin — 10 2- THE QUESTIONER (231) O Greenall 5 11-0 .....Craig Nichol — 11 HEAVENTREE Ewan Whillans 4 10-7 .....................C O’Farrell — 12 2 MELVICH BAY (50) D Brooke 4 10-7 ................. Sean Quinlan — BETTING: 3 Summergrounds, 4 Knowwhentoholdem, 5 Chase Outlaw, Melvich Bay, 8 The Questioner, 10 Eden Mill, 12 Ceolwulf, Duke Of Deception, 25 Others. GOING: Good-Good to Yielding in places. COURSE: Right-handed round course of 1m 6f, with an uphill run-in of 3f. 1.05 ■■Joe Reilly 131 MILS We turned in and we WIDE were going so well, we just needed to keep going and he’s done that.” Epatante (11/8 Fav) and Not So X 90 MILS BARONERACING.COM ROYAL BOND NOVICE HURDLE (GRADE 1) Winner €42,000 (8 run) 2m 1 F-1P ARCTIC WARRIOR (56) (H,T * ) W P Mullins 5 11-12 (BF) ....... ............................................................................................ M P Walsh — 2 5-112 FAROUT (67) (T * ) W P Mullins 4 11-12 (BF,D 2 ) ...........S O’Keeffe — 3 1-1 MIGHTY POTTER (29) G Elliott 4 11-12 (D)..........B J Cooper — 4 11-11 MY MATE MOZZIE (21) G Cromwell 5 11-12 (D 2 ).....D J O’Keeffe — 5 14-1 THREE STRIPE LIFE (26) G Elliott 5 11-12 (CD)......D N Russell — 6 1/34-1 UHTRED (22) J P O’Brien 6 11-12 (CD)......Rachael Blackmore — 7 111 IMPERVIOUS (30) Colm Murphy 5 11-5 .......................B Hayes 133 8 /PP-11 STATUAIRE (165) W P Mullins 6 11-5 (D) ............... D E Mullins 130 BETTING: 13-8 My Mate Mozzie, 11-4 Mighty Potter, 5 Three Stripe Life, 6 Impervious, 12 Farout, 14 Arctic Warrior, Uhtred, 20 Statuaire. 2020: BALLYADAM 5 11 12, Jack Kennedy 8-15 Fav (G Elliott), 7 ran. BARONERACING.COM DRINMORE NOVICE CHASE 1.35 (GRADE 1) Winner €42,000 (10 run) 2m 3f 175yds 1 314F-2 BEACON EDGE (30) N Meade 7 11-12 (BF)......... D O’Regan — 2 0-1313 BLEU BERRY (28) W P Mullins 10 11-12 (C 2 ) ......... M P Walsh 143 3 9-3112 CAPE GENTLEMAN (15) E Mullins 5 11-12 (BF,D 2 ) B Hayes — 4 F2P5-1 FIRE ATTACK (35) J P O’Brien 6 11-12 (D)...........S FitzGerald — 5 42PP-2 FURY ROAD (19) (T) G Elliott 7 11-12 (C,D) ............B J Cooper — 6 0U5-21 GABYNAKO (19) G Cromwell 6 11-12 (C) .............D J O’Keeffe — 7 1411-F GRAND PARADIS (30) (T) G Elliott 5 11-12 (C 2 ) .D N Russell — 8 4211-1 LIFETIME AMBITION (30) J Harrington 6 11-12 (D) S O’Keeffe — 9 /629-4 MIDNIGHT RUN (19) J P O’Brien 7 11-12 Rachael Blackmore — 10 512-61 GLOBAL EQUITY (36) J P O’Brien 6 11-5 ...............J J Slevin — BETTING: 3 Gabynako, 7-2 Lifetime Ambition, 9-2 Beacon Edge, 6 Cape Gentleman, 8 Fury Road, 10 Midnight Run, 12 Grand Paradis, 14 Fire Attack, 16 Others. 2020: ENVOI ALLEN 6 11 12, Jack Kennedy 2-11 Fav (G Elliott), 4 ran. Deutsch said: “I can’t believe it. It’s huge for me and to do it in such distinguished colours is so special. Sleepy (18/1) dead-heated in the Fighting Fifth Hurdle at Newcastle. Nicky Henderson’s star looked to have done enough when leading close home for Aidan Coleman. However, she was joined on the line by Hughie Morrison’s outsider who finished with a real flourish under Jonathan Burke. LEICESTER RACING TV. GOING: Home straight: Soft; Remainder: Good to Soft-Soft in places (Prec Insp 8am). COURSE: Right-handed oval course of 1m 5f, with a 5f run-in. 5-7f races run on the straight mile, downhill for the first 4f then mainly uphill to the finish. 12.55 JUVENILE MAIDEN HURDLE (GBB RACE) (4) (3-Y-O) Winner £4,139 (11 run) 1m 7f 113yds 1 9 AGENT EMPIRE (23) O Signy 10-12 ......................C Deutsch — 2 2 BOOK OF SECRETS (18) (T) D Skelton 10-12 .....H Skelton — 3 BUXTED TOO (T * ) I Williams 10-12 ........................... C Todd (3) — 4 CRESTWOOD Joseph Parr 10-12 .........................N Scholfield — 5 CUBAN CIGAR R Hannon 10-12 .......................T Scudamore — 6 KRYPTON GOLD S Edmunds 10-12 ....................G Sheehan — 7 6 MANY WORDS (24) A Carroll 10-12 ......................H Bannister — 8 9 OUTBACK BOY (9) (H * ) O Greenall 10-12 ............. R T Dunne — 9 PARLIAMENT HILL O Murphy 10-12...................A Coleman — 10 53 SABRE JET (28) (B * ,T) A Murphy 10-12 .....................J Quinlan — 11 4 TRUSTY SCOUT (8) (H,T * ) D Pipe 10-12 ...........P Armson (7) — BETTING: 6-4 Book of Secrets, 9-2 Parliament Hill, 7 Trusty Scout, Buxted Too, 10 Cuban Cigar, 14 Outback Boy, 16 Krypton Gold, Sabre Jet, 20 Others. VISIT LEICESTER-RACECOURSE.CO.UK FOR TICKETS 1.25 SELLING HURDLE (4) Winner £3,322 (7 run) 1m 7f 113yds 1 -75570 COLONEL LESLEY (30) (P) B Leavy 5 11-0 (D)................P J Kavanagh (7) 83 2 7-4242 KARAKORAM (13) (P,T) G Harris 6 11-0 (D)........... B R Jones 85 3 38 OLLY’S FOLLY (17) M Gillard 7 11-0 ..................... F Gillard (3) — 4 1346/0 ROBEAM (11) (P) B Ellison 5 11-0 ..............................S Coltherd 120 5 652471 DOLLY MCQUEEN (13) (T) F Brennan 5 10-12 (D)........... D Bass 80 6 251700 JEWARI OF SAINTS (7) (B,T) D Pipe 4 10-12 ........P Armson (7) 100 7 0424F2 GAIA VALLIS (31) D Bridgwater 5 10-7 .................A Jordan (7) 83 BETTING: 7-4 Robeam, 4 Gaia Vallis, 9-2 Dolly McQueen, 5 Jewari Of Saints, 6 Karakoram, 16 Olly’s Folly, 25 Colonel Lesley. NOVICES’ HURDLE (GBB RACE) (3) 1.55 Winner £5,991 (4 run) 2m 4f 110yds 1 152-23 MARBLE SANDS (1) F O’Brien 5 10-12 ................P Brennan — 2 0-0 PITCH IT UP (33) E Lavelle 5 10-12 ...........................T Bellamy — 3 2-2 REILLY (26) D Skelton 5 10-12 .......................................H Skelton — 4 2 SURREY QUEST (186) (T * ) N Henderson 4 10-11 ... J Bowen — BETTING: Evens Marble Sands, 5-2 Reilly, 3 Surrey Quest, 20 Pitch It Up. 2020: MIDNIGHT RIVER 5 11 4, Harry Skelton 1-4 Fav (D Skelton), 12 ran. BEST OF FAIRYHOUSE RACING TV. 2.05 williams delight Coleman thrilling BARONERACING.COM PORTERSTOWN HANDICAP CHASE (GRADE B) Winner €24,000 (11 run) 3m 5f 1 3117-4 COKO BEACH (29) (B) G Elliott 6 11-10 ............ Jack Foley (5) 150 2 2P09P- MILAN NATIVE (232) (T) G Elliott 8 11-4 ...............D N Russell 144 3 111833 FAIRYHILL RUN (17) J P Ryan 6 10-9.................. D E Mullins 135 4 64F0-4 EUROBOT (28) (P * ,T * ) N Meade 7 10-8 (BF) ...........B J Cooper 134 5 0P/71- STONES AND ROSES (332) W P Mullins 7 10-8 ...B Hayes 134 6 0C6-P8 ALPHA DES OBEAUX (16) (B,T) G Elliott 11 10-7 ..........J McGarvey 133 7 356-74 FORZA MILAN (15) (T) J Nash 9 10-6 (C) ........Gavin Brouder (7) 132 8 P04-6F SMOKING GUN (7) (B,T) G Elliott 8 10-4............... D O’Regan 130 9 25-176 AGENT BORU (28) T Gibney 10 9-12 (C) ............D J O’Keeffe 124 10 -24112 THE DABBLER (35) (P) L P Cusack 8 9-12 (BF)......... C J Orr 123 11 17-063 FIVEAFTERMIDNIGHT (21) (P) P J Rothwell 8 9-12 ............ ................................................................................... G B Noonan (7) 108 BETTING: 4 Coko Beach, 9-2 Stones And Roses, 11-2 The Dabbler, 6 Eurobot, 13-2 Fairyhill Run, 8 Agent Boru, Milan Native, Forza Milan, 14 Others. 2020: COURT MAID 7 11 1, D J Mullins 17-2 (T Mullins), 20 ran. BARONERACING.COM HATTON’S GRACE HURDLE 2.40 (GRADE 1) Winner €60,000 (10 run) 2m 4f 1 52F14- ABACADABRAS (212) (T) G Elliott 7 11-12 (D) ...D N Russell 158 2 125821 DARASSO (21) (B,T) J P O’Brien 8 11-12 (D 2 ) .........L Dempsey 150 3 12224- LATEST EXHIBITION (237) (T) P Nolan 8 11-12 (BF,D) ........ ...........................................................................................B J Cooper 154 4 /F23-5 RONALD PUMP (190) (B * ,T) M J Smith 8 11-12 (C 3 ) ....K M Donoghue 156 5 678-11 SALDIER (56) (P) W P Mullins 7 11-12 ...............Mr P W Mullins 162 6 /F31-0 SAMS PROFILE (35) M F Morris 7 11-12 (D) ........ P T Enright 152 7 /132-2 SIRE DU BERLAIS (21) (B,T) G Elliott 9 11-12 (D) ...... M P Walsh 160 8 /1111- HONEYSUCKLE (212) H De Bromhead 7 11-5 (CD 5 ) .............. ............................................................................Rachael Blackmore 165 9 41F-P4 SKYACE (26) J J Hanlon 6 11-5 (CD)........................J McGarvey 139 10 29211- STORMY IRELAND W P Mullins 7 11-5 (CD)..... D E Mullins 150 BETTING: 1-2 Honeysuckle, 5 Saldier, 10 Abacadabras, 12 Sire Du Berlais, 14 Ronald Pump, 16 Stormy Ireland, Latest Exhibition, 33 Sams Profile, Darasso, 50 Skyace. 2020: HONEYSUCKLE 6 11 5, Rachael Blackmore 4-11 Fav (H De Bromhead), 6 ran. TOP TRAINERS: Richard Hannon 21-167 (12.6%), Dan Skelton 13-40 (32.5%), Tony Carroll 12-127 (9.4%), Tom George 12-35 (34.3%), Olly Murphy 8-25 (32.0%) TOP JOCKEYS: Harry Skelton 11-33 (33.3%), Aidan Coleman 9-41 (22.0%), Paddy Brennan 8-49 (16.3%), Charlie Deutsch 5-24 (20.8%), Jack Quinlan 5-39 (12.8%) FAVOURITES: (2016-2021): 333 have won out of 932 races (35.7%). At the previous corresponding meetings, 18 have won out of 40 races (45.0%). MARBLE SANDS 3-1fav (10-12, Lilly Pinchin) Held up towards rear in touch, pushed along in 4th after 2 out, hit last, ridden and edged left run-in, ran on well to take 2nd on flat, not reach winner, 2nd of 6, 1l behind Milan Bridge (10-12) at Lingfield 2m 3f NH nov hdl 4-6yo (3) gs 5m 34.70s. PITCH IT UP 40-1 (11-4, Thomas Bellamy) Led, stumbled 4th, headed narrowly 3 out, when bad mistake and lost all chance, 12th of 14, well behind Mr Glass (11-4) at Chepstow 2m 3f mdn hdl (4) gd in Oct 5m 02.01s. REILLY 5-1 (10-12, Harry Skelton) In touch in mid-division, headway after 5th, went 2nd before last, no impression on winner, kept on, 2nd of 15, 6l behind Brief Times (10-12) at Exeter 2m 1f nh nov hdl (3) gs 4m 08.90s. SURREY QUEST 10-3 (10-12, James Bowen) Held up in rear on outside, headway 5f out, chased winner over 1f out, soon green and edged left, held but stayed on, 2nd of 7, 2l behind Russian Ruler (10-12) at Warwick 2m NH flat (5) gs in May 3m 55.10s. 2.30 LEICESTERSHIRE NOVICES’ HANDICAP HURDLE (5) Winner £2,342 (9 run) 1m 7f 113yds 1 3F-551 PRESUMING ED (10) (H) A West 6 11-13 ..............L Edwards 101 2 4/4-24 LONIMOSS BARELIERE (15) (T) D Skelton 5 11-7 (BF) ..... ..............................................................................................H Skelton 95 3 54764- ON THE RISE (220) M Young 5 11-4 .................................J Best 92 4 -7P908 BALIYAD (31) (T * ) M Sheppard 6 11-3 ........................C Deutsch 91 5 550/48 TAQWAA (10) (P * ,T * ) L Morgan 8 11-0 ...........................A Wedge 88 6 580-F0 BOLD RED (19) D Bridgwater 5 10-1 ......................H Bannister 75 7 -09P83 ACE TIME (19) J R Jenkins 7 10-0......................... B Godfrey (5) 71 8 5-4080 JOINT ACCOUNT (19) D Frankland 8 10-0 ................B Poste 70 9 -68486 FAST DEAL (10) M Chapman 4 10-0 .........Alison Johnson (7) 70 BETTING: 6-4 Lonimoss Bareliere, 13-8 Presuming Ed, 8 Taqwaa, 10 Ace Time, 16 Baliyad, 20 On The Rise, 25 Bold Red, 33 Joint Account, Fast Deal. HANDICAP HURDLE (4) 3.00 Winner £3,322 (12 run) 1m 7f 113yds 1 141-70 TINNAHALLA (18) (T) O Murphy 4 11-12 (D 2 )...... L Stones (7) 120 2 R878/0 ONE FOR BILLY (18) (T) D Skelton 9 11-10 (D 3 )....................... .....................................................................................Mr T Durrell (7) 118 3 12/3 THE DANCING POET (15) (P) B Ellison 5 11-9 (D)................ ............................................................................................S Coltherd 117 4 5311/8 FLOKI (15) D Skelton 7 11-9 ............................................H Skelton 117 5 4-513P SID HOODIE (27) (P,T) A Hales 7 11-5 (D 3 ) ............H Bannister 113 6 P11-P5 MADE FOR YOU (23) (T) O Murphy 6 11-5 (D) ...D Davis (10) 113 7 8-2284 INN THE BULL (20) A Ralph 8 11-4 (D 3 )...............N Scholfield 112 8 7P0-23 FANFAN DU SEUIL (18) T R George 6 11-4 (BF).... J Bowen 112 9 -13294 BEGIN THE LUCK (13) Mrs C Bailey 5 10-11 (D 2 ) ....... R T Dunne 105 10 354-14 PRAIRIE TOWN (188) A Carroll 10 10-11 (C,D 3 ).............L Edwards 105 11 422261 AL KHERB (43) Sarah Bowen 6 10-3 (D 2 )............Miss S Bowen (7) 97 12235442 SEABOROUGH (7) D Shaw 6 10-0 ................A Anderson (5) 94 BETTING: 5 Fanfan Du Seuil, 11-2 Al Kherb, 6 Seaborough, 8 The Dancing Poet, Floki, 10 Made For You, Inn The Bull, Begin The Luck, 12 Others. 2020: FIL D’ARIANE 5 11 12, Benjamin Poste 11-1 (T Symonds), 11 ran. NEXT MEETING THURSDAY 2ND DECEMBER MARES’ 3.30 HANDICAP HURDLE (5) Winner £2,761 (8 run) 2m 4f 110yds 1 1-3280 WILDERNESS (26) (B * ) Seamus Mullins 6 11-12 .... B R Jones 103 2 3U7-24 TASHUNKA (26) F O’Brien 8 11-12 ...........................P Brennan 103 3 3448-6 MIDNIGHT CALLISTO (26) (T) A Honeyball 6 11-9 (BF) ....... ....................................................................................... B Godfrey (5) 100 4 232141 GINGER DU VAL (2) (H,T) M Rowley 5 12-1 ............ Doubtful 99 5 383248 CHOSEN SHANT (10) (T) I Williams 5 11-6 ..........A Coleman 97 6 0P9-31 DORISA QUEEN (31) D Skelton 5 11-3 ....................H Skelton 94 7 1P8-91 ASTRA VIA (33) (T) E Williams 6 11-1 ..........................A Wedge 92 8 354661 MISS BAMBY (47) J Mackie 6 10-5 (D)....................... J Bowen 82 BETTING: 15-8 Dorisa Queen, 4 Astra Via, 5 Midnight Callisto, Miss Bamby, 6 Tashunka, 14 Chosen Shant, 16 Wilderness. 2020: UNE DE LA SENIERE 5 11 10, Paddy Brennan 10-1 (F O’Brien), 11 ran. 3.10 ROCKAVON PA 12.55 BOOK OF SECRETS BOOK OF SECRETS 1.25 KARAKORAM KARAKORAM 1.55 REILLY REILLY 2.30 LONIMOSS BARELIERE PRESUMING ED 3.00 THE DANCING POET THE DANCING POET 3.30 DORISA QUEEN DORISA QUEEN (NAP) BARONERACING.COM HANDICAP HURDLE (GRADE A) Winner €48,000 (21 run) 2m 1 742/4- WHISKEY SOUR (T) W P Mullins 8 11-10 (D 2 )......................... .....................................................................................Jack Foley (5) 145 2 500-41 ESKYLANE (29) (T) G Elliott 7 11-9 (D 2 ) .................D N Russell 144 3 04-P21 WOLF PRINCE G Cromwell 5 11-7 (CD 2 )............................. ......................................................................... J P O’Sullivan (5) 142 4 20-072 MAGIC TRICKS (29) G Elliott 5 11-3 (BF,D)............. M P Walsh 138 5 640-02 ECLAIR DE BEAUFEU (113) (P) G Elliott 7 11-1 (CD) .......... ...........................................................................................B J Cooper 136 6 25-152 VISIONARIAN (100) Peter Fahey 6 11-0 (BF,D)...... D O’Regan 135 7 533-1F AUTUMN EVENING (22) J Harrington 4 10-12 (D 2 )................ ............................................................................................S O’Keeffe 133 8 42264- GLENS OF ANTRIM (238) (T * ) W P Mullins 6 10-7................. ..........................................................................................J McGarvey 128 9 140285 THE LITTLE YANK (7) J P Ryan 6 10-6 (D) ......L Quinlan (5) 127 10 1504-P GUA DU LARGE (29) (H,T * ) H De Bromhead 5 10-5 (D)......... ............................................................................Rachael Blackmore 126 11 71-4 AN EPIC SONG (22) (H) M Brassil 4 10-4 (D).....D J O’Keeffe 125 12 4112-4 LIGHT BRIGADE (29) C Byrnes 5 10-4 (CD) ....... P T Enright 125 13 10-116 PURPLE MOUNTAIN (15) W P Mullins 6 10-4 (D 2 )................ .......................................................................................... D E Mullins 125 14 0F-050 MR COLDSTONE W P Mullins 5 10-2 (D) .........R Deegan (3) 123 1563U422 SIT DOWN LUCY (15) (H) Peter Fahey 7 10-2..........K Sexton 123 16 -22511 EASCA PEASCA (21) (T) B Hamilton 4 10-1 (D 2 ) ....... C J Orr 122 172P2113 BRIDES HILL (21) G Cromwell 4 10-0 (BF,D 2 )........................... .................................................................................. C P McNamara 121 18 -76211 DADS LAD (14) W P Mullins 6 9-13 (D) ........................B Hayes 120 19 13-313 GLAN (30) (H) G Elliott 6 9-12 (C,D)............................L Dempsey 119 20 -55312 JIVING JERRY (22) J Barcoe 6 9-12 (D 2 ).............C A Landers 118 21 B08353 SEVENNA STAR (14) (H,T) E Mullins 6 9-12 ........... A Cawley 114 BETTING: 5 Eskylane, 7 Glens Of Antrim, 8 Magic Tricks, Light Brigade, 10 Dads Lad, Autumn Evening, 12 Purple Mountain, Easca Peasca, 14 Others. 2020: ADVANCED VIRGO 5 10 2, Kevin Brouder 14-1 (C Byrnes), 13 ran.

52 Sunday Mail November 28, 2021 email reporters@sundaymail.co.uk Erling nets back in the old routine Erling Haaland scored on his comeback as Borussia Dortmund came back from a goal down to win 3-1 away to Wolfsburg. The Norwegian netted in 81 minutes after coming on as a second-half sub following a hip injury that kept him out since October. Dortmund star Julian Brands said: “We played a good game. Now we have a good full week to prepare for Bayern and we will go into that game with a lot of confidence.” The Wolves took a second-minute lead through a Wout Weghorst header. Borussia levelled with an Emre Can penalty in the 35th. Donyell Malen put the away side in front before Haaland volleyed in EUROPE from close range to become the youngest player to reach 50 Bundesliga goals. Bayern Munich became the first side in Germany to net 102 goals in a calendar year as the leaders beat Armenia Bielefeld 1-0 thanks to Leroy Sane’s 71st-minute counter. In Italy Atalanta beat Juventus 1-0 to record a first victory in Turin since 1989. Duvan Zapata netted the only goal in the 29th minute to lift the Bergamo side to within seven points of the top and heap more pressure on Juve coach Max Allegri. Paulo Dybala came closest to levelling for the home side but his free-kick in stoppage time hit the bar. Brave Bhoys hang on Tommy McIntyre hailed his young squad after Celtic B held out to win 3-2 away to Caledonian Braves. Ben Wylie and Joey Dawson gave the Hoops a 2-0 half-time lead. Marc Kelly pulled one back early in the second half but Tsoanelo Letsosa restored the two-goal advantage for the Hoops LOWLAND before Cameron Breadner’s neat finish past Tobi Oluwayemi set up a thrilling last 15 minutes. McIntyre said: “They were pushing for an equaliser towards the end but we managed the game fairly well and I was pleased with the defence.” GRASSROOTS AWARDS 3 1 2 4 5 6 YOUNG HEART Even health scares can’t stop Port’s Jim When you want support to grow your business, we’ll put an expert team around you. Our experts bring local knowledge, sector expertise, and connections to specialists across Barclays. From cashow and lending,* to international expansion and payments, they’ll help you fuel growth and navigate your business Moneyverse. Search Barclays Business *All lending is subject to application, financial circumstances and borrowing history. Barclays Bank UK PLC. Authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority, and Regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority (Financial Services Register No. 759676). Registered in England. Registered No. 9740322. Registered Office 1 Churchill Place, London E14 5HP.

web www.sundaymail.co.uk 7 8 UNSUNG HEROES Jim, who was given the merit award, as well as all winners on a big night at Hampden Jim Boyland was rather preoccupied with a prize-giving this week but it wasn’t one in which he took centre stage to be honoured at Hampden for more than 40 years in football. No, the 66-year-old couldn’t contain his excitement over the trophy presentation being put on at Parklea for the eight-yearolds at Port Glasgow Boys Club on the eve of his own. “It will be a spectacular night,” he said, giddy at the recognition being meted out to others rather than himself. “I’ve got wee trophies for the mammies for a penalty kick competition. Me and my wife will go down and make rolls, it will be a good laugh. “It’s great to see all the parents involved. They’re like me, they want better for their weans.” Boyland was among the cast of unsung heroes to be recognised at the 18th annual Scottish FA Grassroots Awards, presented by McDonald’s and the Sunday Mail, with former Scotland hero James McFadden among attendees on Friday. Stars who may not have graced the grass at Hampden but without whom no one could. On what a typical week looks like, “every day football, every night football” is the response from Boyland, who took home the merit award having started to take teams at Port Glasgow Youth Club in the 1970s. He’s now chairman of Port Glasgow Boys Club, runs the academy for kids from age four up, volunteers in the local schools having worked in Port High – where he met co-worker, wife and now fellow volunteer Joan – for 35 years while taking the teams, on top of helping out with Port Glasgow Juniors. Jim’s Friday Night McDonald’s Football remains the pride and joy, a “free for all” for kids from five up to 12 to have a game “with a smile on their coupon”. And yet, this time last year Boyland was battling for his life as coronavirus left him in hospital on an oxygen machine, with Joan and son James also having tested positive. Issues with his heart just prior to it had also culminated in time spent in a hospital bed, GRASSROOTS AWARDS 2021 ■ Alan Robertson although keeping him away f rom footba l l wa s never in store. “It all came in the one year and I didn’t like that at all,” said Boyland, chuckling away. “Fitted up with a new pacemaker and a defibrillator, then I took Covid, which didn’t help either. Don’t get me wrong, but for the grace of God anything could have happened. “I was out for about eight, nine months. “I am back into the football every day of the week now. I feel like a new person. “I was being stupid right enough (during my heart issues). I was going down to the park then coming back up and going to sleep. Then I was going back down the next night. I shouldn’t have done it but at the end of the day, I just love my football. I didn’t do much, I just stood about. As long as the weans were enjoying it, I wasn’t caring.” Walking back into the local school earlier this year, his health issues behind him, kids were standing in the corridor waiting to applaud him. Neil McCann and David Hopkin may be well-known names who took their first steps on his watch but this isn’t about creating stars. “The weans should be playing with a smile on their face,” said Boyland, who salutes the coaches he’s surrounded by and volunteer like him. “They might not be great but they will go off that park saying, ‘I enjoyed that.’ That’s all I want. “A lot of people, like your Denis Laws, bring joy to people and I just want to keep that going. I want to give the weans a wee focus in life. “The Friday night is free – it has been for 40-odd years. The weans come and express themselves, all different age groups. “Half the mammies and daddies all came to the same football years ago. I’ve got some of the grand weans now, it makes me feel old! I’m 66 but I will keep going as long as I can on a Friday night. I’m doing what I love and doing it with a smile.” 9 AnD THe WinneRS ARe.... 10 1 Best volunteer in girls’ and women’s football – Sarah Herd 2 Best volunteer in adult football – Danny Cameron 3 Best community football club – Drumchapel United (pictured Scott Bland) 4 Best para-football project – Morton in the Community: Team Talk (pictured Brian McLaughlin and Johnny Roy) 5 Best volunteer in youth football – Joe McCafferty 6 Best young volunteer – Beth Kidd 7 Best professional club in the community – Raith Rovers Foundation (pictured Paul Greig) 8 Best community football for all project – CAMHS Football Project and Falkirk Foundation (pictured Tracey Binnie and Dave Mackay) 9 McDonald’s special recognition – Peter O’Keefe (pictured with James McFadden and Sam Kerr) 10 Merit award – Jim Boyland Sunday Mail November 28, 2021 53 Reborn Brora bouncing back with a bang Craig Campbell applauded born-again Brora Rangers after they climbed to within four points of leaders Fraserburgh. The Dudgeon Park side shot down visiting Deveronvale 4-0 with doubles from Jordan MacRae and Ross County loanee Matthew Wright. It was tough in wintry conditions in Sutherland and Campbell said: “It wasn’t a day for us playing the silkiest football but I was very happy with how the lads dealt with the conditions to secure an important win.” Brora worked hard to break down Vale’s defences and MacRae drew first blood after 17 minutes. Wright added the second eight minutes later to ensure the home side were rewarded for dominance before the break. A 75th minute MacRae strike and another from teenage front JUniORS/WOSFl HiGHlAnD partner Wright five minutes later sealed the win. Elsewhere, a fine 5-0 win at Lossiemouth took Buckie Thistle into second place on goal difference, three points behind Fraserburgh but with an extra game played. Sam Urquhart claimed the first of a double for the visiting Jags after 14 minutes. By the time he added his second on the hour, Callum Murray and Kyle Macleod had also netted. Mark McLauchlan wrapped it up for the away side after 74 minutes. Keith’s Scott Gray netted a fine brace in his side’s 3-1 win at Nairn, while Clach held out for a creditable 0-0 draw at home to Inverurie Locos. Wick Academy’s Ryan Campbell hit a double for the Caithness hosts in a 2-0 win against Forres Mechanics. Petershill...........2 lochee Utd..........1 Skipper Ross McCabe nodded in to complete a Petershill comeback to reach the Scottish Junior Cup last eight. East Region cracks Lochee led through Kevin Buchan only to end up a man down when Calvin Colquhoun got his marching orders for an alleged elbow on Stephen Docherty. Jordan Scott fired Peasy level 10 minutes after the break before McCabe made it a 17-game winning run. Boss Martin Lauchlan said: “The boys deserve immense credit for their performance against a very good side. “We now face Largs away in the quarter finals. It’s one everyone at the club is looking forward too.” Lochee manager George Shields said: “The sending-off totally changed the game and it looked incredibly soft.” neilston...1 Glens...1 (Glens win 5-4 pens) Glencairn squeezed into the Strathclyde Demolition Cup semis after a frantic finale. Fans had to wait until the 81st minute for the first save to be made before Fraser Malcolm headed home for Glens with three minutes left. Ton’s Darren Jones pounced on a defensive mix-up in the first minute of added time to stab the ball into the net to set up a shootout. Ross MacKinnon missed Neilston’s first penalty in sudden death of the shoot-out as Kyle Chrystal buried his. Glens assistant Joe Pryce said: “We were not anywhere near our best and made things difficult for ourselves. “But we dug in and got there in the end.” Neilston co-boss Chris Cameron said: “It’s disappointing to lose it on penalties but it’s a lottery when it gets to that stage.” Greenock...........4 Royal Albert..........1 Mark Alexander bagged a treble to Nock on the door for a top-four slot in Conference B. His drive after being fed from a corner and Dylan’s McLaughlin’s flick – with his back to goal – over Albert keeper Jay Elliot made it two at the break. Brandon McKenzie curled in to halve the deficit but McLaughlin’s cross teed up Alexander before the man of the afternoon ran on to a long ball two minutes later. The hat-trick hero – whose side now sit seventh, two points off the top four – said: “I hadn’t scored all season so to get three was great. I’m enjoying my new role.” Albert coach David Hill said: “We were well in the game at times and had a good shape to the team but gave away easy goals. “You can’t afford to do that at this level.”

54 Sunday Mail November 28, 2021 email reporters@sundaymail.co.uk A party peace by Ross ■ Lindsay herron Partick Thistle stars are thanking the Doc for saving Christmas after they claimed their place in tomorrow’s fourth round draw of the Scottish Cup. On Friday night the Jags were eight minutes away from a replay away to Dunfermline on December 7. That’s the same night as their big festive knees-up and it looked as though their party plans would be in tatters until skipper Ross Docherty produced a stunning winning goal – to spark some extra special celebrations from his Jags team-mates. It turns out the Pars are scheduled to party on the same night, so some festive cheer will probably drown their Cup disappointment. Docherty said: “The replay would have been when our Christmas night out is planned so it was good to get the goal and not put that in jeopardy. “Hopefully they’ll be buying me a few drinks when we go out. “There was a wee bit of an added celebration – a lot of the big interview David templeton might have got away with not tracking his runner on the pitch. But when he couldn’t get after his son’s toy shopping trolley around the living room he knew it was time to quit. At 32, the winger was forced into retirement last week as he feared his hamstring could snap at any moment. It wasn’t an easy decision, given Templeton’s passion for the game. But when he couldn’t play with his wee boy Rhen due to the pain he was in, enough was enough. The former Hearts, Rangers and Hamilton Accies wide man has toiled with injuries for a large chunk of his career. He reckons he has spent five-and-ahalf years in total on a treatment table and it has finally taken its toll. Templeton wants to stay in the game and become a coach or pundit. He’s already working with Accies’ Under-14 side and hopes to start up his own academy. And with the skill and technical ability Templeton had at his peak, he’s plenty to offer young Scottish talent. As he reflected on the decision to quit, he revealed being caught short in a game against Kilmarnock in August was a major red flag. But ultimately, when it started to affect his family time, his mind was made up. In an exclusive interview with MailSport, he said: “It was affecting me in the house with the wee man. “He’s nearly two and wants to play all the time. But I can’t bend over, it’s too sore. That’s probably what made my decision for me. “I’ve realised there’s more to life than just football. “Rhen has got these two wee shopping trolleys that he’s obsessed with. He takes one and wants me to chase him with the other one. “But because of how low down David knew it was time to quit when he couldn’t keep up with his wee boy Scott McDermott they are, I need to bend over to do it. After one time round the house, it’s too painful for me. He shouts at me to do it again and I can’t. “Stuff like that makes it hit home. And if I went for an operation on the hamstring, I’d be in a brace for six weeks and unable to do anything. “That’s OK if you haven’t got kids. If you can sit and relax, do nothing, then that’s fine. “But I couldn’t do it. As I’m getting older, with the injuries I’ve had, I just had to ask myself: ‘Is it worth it?’ “I came on against Kilmarnock for Accies at the start of the season and thought I’d get through it. “But at one point they broke on us. Their keeper threw it to Chris Burke and, as I tried to run back, I saw Liam Polworth free. “Any other time, I’d go in on him because he was the danger. But I tried to run and just couldn’t open up. “I didn’t get back in and Killie went on to score from that move. Polworth set up Scott Robinson for a goal. “After that, it dawned on me that I couldn’t even run. With the ball at my feet, turning, I’m fine. But any time I try to press a man or follow a one-two, I can’t push off my left foot. “It feels like my hamstring is about to snap every time.” Templeton could have gone under the knife again but with no guarantee of a full recovery. Even then, after yet another six months out, he feared having to play part-time football or even not getting a club at all. He said: “I’ve been thinking about this decision for four weeks. The injury just wasn’t getting any better. “I knew there was something that wasn’t right. So I got an MRI scan and it turns out, the tendon in my hamstring is chronic. “It could just keep tearing because it’s so weak now. “I could have had it operated on but it would mean six more months out and who’s going to touch me on the back of two years out injured? “If no club touched me, I’d potentially have to go part-time anyway. So it’s purely my decision.” Templeton spent five years in and around Hearts’ first-team and scored a memorable goal against Liverpool at Anfield in the 2012 UEFA Cup. Soon after that, he got a dream move to Rangers albeit with the Ibrox club in the lower divisions after their financial implosion. He was pinpointed by then gaffer Ally McCoist as a key man in getting them back to the top flight. But injuries severely hampered him. Templeton knows he has suffered from some horrendous bad luck but is refusing to dwell on the past. He said: “I’m not someone who tends to look back – I prefer to try to look to the future. “I had an alright career. But I know it could have gone better at times and injuries didn’t help. “I reckon I’ve probably had about five-and-a-half years out just through injuries. It probably held me back from really fulfilling my potential. And I was unlucky with the timing of them. My first injury at Hearts was just after making my debut. “On the second day of pre-season, I fractured my fifth metatarsal. That was bad timing and it set me back. “I went to Rangers and hurt my ankle in my second game, which kept me out for 10 weeks. Again, bad timing. “And when I did my knee at Rangers I was out for two years. My contract ran out so the timing was brutal again. “That’s frustrating but it’s football, isn’t it?” Despite those setbacks, Templeton insists signing for Gers was the proudest moment of his career. He made 84 appearances for the club, scoring 26 goals – not a bad return given the problems he endured. And despite having to hang up his boots early, he’s delighted that he got to pull on a blue shirt. Templeton said: “My best moment was signing for Rangers. “Obviously, it didn’t work out how I wanted it to. But to say I’ve played for Rangers is always good, that makes me proud. “I’ve a lot of family and friends who are Rangers fans so I know how much it means to people. “I can say I played for the club and scored at Ibrox. There are thousands of people who dream of doing that. “Walking out for that first game at Ibrox, with 50,000 supporters singing my name ... people don’t get to say that too often. “And no one can take that away from me.” PARTY TIME hero Doc the boys were screaming and I think they were all knackered when they got back to the halfway line.” The Firhill midfielder rates his winner as the best goal of his career and feels he was due it. He said: “It was brilliant. I actually had a shot against (Pars keeper) Owain Fon Williams the last time we played and he pulled off a worldie, which he mentioned to me. “I don’t think I’ve scored a better goal. It’s always nice to score but it’s special when it’s one like that. “We’re just happy to get through because it was a horrible night.” It’s now seven games since Thistle last conceded a goal as they wait to find out who they will face in tomorrow night’s draw. Docherty said: “It’s a great run we’re on and we don’t look like giving up many chances. “I got to the quarters with Ayr in 2017. Everyone loves a cup run so it would be good if we could go on one because it’s also good financially for the club.” MY PLAY TIME IS OVER

web www.sundaymail.co.uk Sunday Mail November 28, 2021 55 CRUTCH AND GO Templeton on crutches at Accies and (below) happier times with his wife Robyn and son Rhen i’LL bring On FUtUre StArS David Templeton wants to help coach the next generation of young Scottish talent. The former Hearts, Rangers and Hamilton winger was forced to hang up his boots last week aged 32 due to a persistent hamstring injury. He’s already coaching Accies’ kids and now aims to start up his own academy. He said: “I’m taking Accies’ Under-14s, which is great. And if I start my coaching school hopefully I can link up with Hamilton and feed them in. I’ve a lot to offer young players. And it’s rewarding when you see the kids getting better. I wouldn’t mind getting into the media side too. I love speaking about football, analysing the tactical side. I wanted to be a scout but that’s difficult now because most clubs have a director of football.” ABI HABIT Harrison’s late header finds net Harrison is up for many Abi returns Scotland striker Abi Harrison is hoping her last-minute leveller against Ukraine at Hampden on Friday earns her a starting place in the side to face Spain on Tuesday. Pedro Martinez Losa’s squad will tackle the Spaniards in Seville and Harrison is desperate to get the nod. She said: “I don’t know if I have done enough to start. “It was a late call-up for me and I came in and started so I was over the moon to get the goal.” Spain are favourites to win the group and bag an automatic ticket to the 2023 Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand. Having won their last 15 games without even conceding a goal, Scotland’s task could not be any tougher. Harrison said: “We can take heart from the second-half performance on Friday. “We will look and see what we can do better but we want to go and do as well as we possibly can against a team that we know have so much quality. “We are underdogs but we all believe in ourselves. We will never go in thinking that we are walking into a game to be beaten. “That is the Scottish in us, we have a bit of fight and we want to give it our all. “We know that it will be hard and we will need to be fully concentrated at the back . “We will have a game plan where we know that we might not have a lot of the ball.” While Friday night’s performance might not ■ Alison McConnell have been great at Hampden, Harrison’s goal was a personal moment to savour. The 23-year-old – the youngest player to feature in the Scottish Wo m e n’s P r e m i e r League when she played for Celtic aged just 14 – missed 10 months of her career to an anterior cruciate ligament injury. The challenge now is to go and hold down a regular international place after her late call-up to Martinez Losa’s squad. She admitted: “It was a big moment. “Last-minute goals at Hampden seem to be becoming a thing for Scotland teams. “It was lovely to have a taste of what that feels like. “When it is 90 minutes gone and you are looking at taking nothing from the game then you will always take a draw. “We were pressing and even when the board went up with four minutes we wanted to keep going. “These Scotland fans never know when they are beaten and neither do we. “We knew what we were doing was working and we just kept going. “It was a great feeling when it came off. “We were frustrated with the performance because we know the first half wasn’t great. “We didn’t exploit the space enough during the match but we have to try to take the positives from the second half and how we kept on going.” GRASSROOTS HEROES TAKE HAMPDEN BOW SEE PAGES 52&53

56 Sunday Mail November 28, 2021 email reporters@sundaymail.co.uk four forty five premiership P W D L F A GD Pts Rangers................. 13 9 3 1 29 13 16 30 Hearts................... 15 7 6 2 25 14 11 27 Celtic..................... 13 8 2 3 30 9 21 26 Dundee Utd.......... 15 7 4 4 15 14 1 25 Motherwell.......... 15 6 3 6 19 24 -5 21 Hibs....................... 13 5 3 5 17 17 0 18 St Mirren............... 15 3 7 5 16 24 -8 16 Aberdeen............. 14 4 3 7 15 19 -4 15 St Johnstone........ 14 3 5 6 9 14 -5 14 Livingston............. 13 3 4 6 11 17 -6 13 Dundee................. 14 3 4 7 14 27 -13 13 Ross County......... 14 2 4 8 19 27 -8 10 PREMIER LeaGuE P W D L F A GD Pts Chelsea................. 12 9 2 1 30 4 26 29 Liverpool............... 13 8 4 1 39 11 28 28 Man City................ 12 8 2 2 25 6 19 26 West Ham............. 12 7 2 3 23 14 9 23 Arsenal................. 13 7 2 4 15 17 -2 23 Wolves.................. 13 6 2 5 12 12 0 20 Tottenham............ 12 6 1 5 11 17 -6 19 Brighton................ 13 4 6 3 12 14 -2 18 Man Utd................ 12 5 2 5 20 21 -1 17 Crystal Pal............ 13 3 7 3 19 19 0 16 Aston Villa............ 13 5 1 7 18 21 -3 16 Everton................. 12 4 3 5 16 19 -3 15 Leicester............... 12 4 3 5 16 21 -5 15 Southampton...... 13 3 5 5 11 18 -7 14 Brentford.............. 12 3 4 5 16 17 -1 13 Watford................. 12 4 1 7 16 20 -4 13 Leeds..................... 13 2 6 5 12 20 -8 12 Burnley.................. 12 1 6 5 14 20 -6 9 Norwich................ 13 2 3 8 7 27 -20 9 Newcastle............ 13 0 6 7 15 29 -14 6 premierSHIP 1 Dundee............... 3 Motherwell................0 McCowan (19) Mullen (27) Sweeney (49) HT 2-0 Att 4,747 Dundee Legzdins, Kerr, Ashcroft (Fontaine 54), Sweeney, Marshall, McMullan, Anderson (Elliot 69), Adam, McCowan, McGowan (Griffiths 65), Mullen Subs not used Panter, Lawlor, Cummings, Lamb Booked Fontaine, Mullen, Sweeney Motherwell Kelly, Mugabi, Johansen, Lamie, McGinley, Slattery, Maguire, Grimshaw (Roberts 46), Woolery, Shields (van Veen 46), Watt Subs not used O’Donnell, Carroll, Fox, O’Connor, Cornelius Booked Mugabi, Roberts, Slattery Referee Craig Napier 2 Hearts................. 2 St Mirren....................0 Mackay-Steven (61) Kingsley (75) HT 0-0 Att 17,311 Hearts Gordon, Souttar, Halkett, Kingsley, Smith, Baningime (Haring 86), Devlin, Halliday, McKay, Boyce (Gnanduillet 81), Mackay-Steven (Ginnelly 70) Subs not used McEneff, Woodburn, Stewart, Cochrane Booked Devlin, Halliday St Mirren Alnwick, Shaughnessy, Dunne, Fraser, Tait, Flynn (Kiltie 81), Power, Tanser (McAllister 34), McGrath, Ronan (Dennis 73), Brophy Subs not used Millar, Main, Erhahon, Lyness Booked Alnwick, Flynn, Shaughnessy Sent off Shaughnessy Referee Alan Muir 3 Ross County....... 1 Dundee Utd................1 Baldwin (90) Appere (49) HT 0-0 Ross County Maynard-Brewer, Clarke, Baldwin, Iacovitti (Watson 61), Randall, Tillson (Samuel 73), Cancola, Spittal, Paton, Charles-Cook (Hungbo 61), White Subs not used Laidlaw, Vokins, Robertson, Burroughs Booked Baldwin, Clarke Sent off Clarke Dundee Utd Siegrist, Freeman, Edwards, Mulgrew, McMann, Pawlett, Harkes, Hoti, Niskanen (Sporle 62), Appere, Clark Subs not used Chalmers, Carson, Glass, Smith, Watson, Meekison Booked Hoti, Pawlett Referee Greg Aitken 4 St Johnstone...... 1 Hibs.............................2 Porteous (40og) Nisbet (83) HT 1-0 Murphy (86) St Johnstone Clark, Dendoncker, Gordon, McCart, Rooney (Brown 75), Davidson (Solomon-Otabor 87), Bryson, Booth, O’Halloran, Crawford, Vertainen (MacPherson 46) Subs not used Devine, Parish, Ambrose, Craig Booked Brown, Bryson, Davidson Sent-off Bryson Hibernian Macey, McGinn (Murphy 62), Porteous, Hanlon, Cadden, Doyle-Hayes (Scott 77), Newell, Doig, Campbell, Nisbet, Gullan (Allan 71) Subs not used Wright, Gogic, Stevenson, Dabrowski Booked Campbell Referee Euan Anderson SCOTTISH CUP 3RD RD 5 Alloa.................... 5 Bonnyrigg Rose.........0 Niang (13,90) Henderson (20,70,83) HT 2-0 Att 513 Alloa Hutton, Taggart, Mendy, Graham, Robertson, King, Niang, Scougall, Cawley, Boyd, Henderson (Sammon 89) Subs not used Church, Howie, Armour, Trouten, Armstrong, O’Donnel, Burt Booked King Bonnyrigg Rose Andrews, Horne, Young, Martyniuk, Brett, Currie, Stewart (Connelly 75), Gray, Barrett, Hunter (Evans 83), McGachie (Hall 75) Subs not used Weir, Hoskins, Wilson Booked Gray Referee Mike Roncone 6 Arbroath............. 3 Forfar..........................0 Thomson (12) HT 2-0 Little (20) Donnelly (53) Att 1,280 Arbroath Gaston, Thomson, Little, O’Brien, Colin Hamilton (Clark 74), Stewart, Chris Hamilton, McKenna, Craigen, Linn (Hilson 74), Donnelly (Swankie 74) Subs not used Gold, Antell, Henderson Booked Linn Forfar McCallum, Meechan, Fisher, S Anderson, Hussain (Strachan 74), Thomson (G Anderson 51), Slater, Thomas, Crossan, Aitken, Shepherd (McCluskey 61) Subs not used Irvine, Doris, Sanderson, Ness Booked Crossan, Meechan Referee Calum Scott 7 Auchinleck T...... 1 Hamilton....................0 G Wilson (60) HT 0-0 Auchinleck Leishman, R McCracken, McPherson, C McCracken, A Wilson, Glasgow (Samson 57), Armstrong, Healy, Shankland (Boyd 70), G Wilson, Boylan (McDowall 88) Subs not used White, Mason, Stafford, Hyslop, Hewitt, Lyle Booked Glasgow Hamilton Hilton, Stirling, Want, championship P W D L F A GD Pts Kilmarnock........... 15 9 2 4 20 9 11 29 Raith...................... 15 8 5 2 26 16 10 29 Inverness CT......... 15 8 4 3 18 11 7 28 Partick................... 15 8 3 4 29 14 15 27 Arbroath............... 15 7 6 2 26 13 13 27 Dunfermline......... 15 2 7 6 15 24 -9 13 Ayr......................... 15 3 4 8 13 26 -13 13 Hamilton............... 15 3 4 8 13 29 -16 13 Morton.................. 15 2 6 7 12 20 -8 12 Queen of Sth........ 15 3 3 9 13 23 -10 12 championship P W D L F A GD Pts Fulham..................20 13 4 3 49 16 33 43 Bournemth...........20 12 6 2 36 16 20 42 West Brom............20 9 7 4 27 16 11 34 Blackburn.............20 9 6 5 34 27 7 33 Coventry...............20 9 6 5 27 23 4 33 QPR........................ 19 9 5 5 31 24 7 32 Stoke.....................20 9 4 7 24 21 3 31 Huddersfield........20 8 4 8 23 23 0 28 Swansea...............20 7 6 7 25 26 -1 27 Millwall.................20 6 9 5 20 21 -1 27 Blackpool..............20 7 6 7 20 22 -2 27 Middlesbro...........20 7 5 8 23 23 0 26 Birmingham.........20 7 5 8 19 21 -2 26 Luton.....................20 6 7 7 27 26 1 25 Nottm Forest.......20 6 7 7 24 23 1 25 Preston.................20 6 7 7 22 26 -4 25 Sheff Utd............... 19 6 5 8 23 26 -3 23 Bristol City............ 19 6 5 8 21 28 -7 23 Hull........................20 6 3 11 16 23 -7 21 Cardiff...................20 6 3 11 21 34 -13 21 Reading.................20 8 2 10 26 32 -6 20 Peterboro’............20 4 4 12 17 38 -21 16 Barnsley................20 2 6 12 13 31 -18 12 Derby..................... 19 4 10 5 16 18 -2 1 Popescu, Shiels, Munro, Martin (Virtanen 73), Mimnaugh, Hughes (Smith 77), Redfern (Moyo 63), Ryan Subs not used Hamilton, MacDonald, Mullin, Winter, Matheson, May Booked Moyo, Virtanen Referee Matthew MacDermid 8 Ayr....................... 2 Albion.........................1 Maxwell (54) HT 0-0 Wright (46) Moffat (65) Att 986 Ayr McAdams, Houston, McGinty, Baird, Reading, Maxwell (Bradley 77), Murdoch, Muirhead, O’Connor, Moffat, Afolabi (Salkeld 85) Subs not used McAllister, Albinson, McKenzie, Fjortoft, Ecrepont Booked Moffat Albion Binnie, Robinson (Dolan 68), McGowan, Fagan, Fernie, C Wilson (L Wilson 61), D Wilson, Leslie, Reilly, O’Donnell, Wright Subs not used McVey, Smith, Morton Referee William Collum 9 Banks o’Dee....... 2 East Fife......................1 Newton (28og) Semple (13) Gilmour (81) HT 1-1 Att 328 Dee Hobday, Beattie, Kelly, Lewecki, Lawrie, Winton, Young (Crosbie 72), Gilmour, Philipson, Armstrong (Alexander 82), MacLeod (Henderson 71) Subs not used Allan, Sweeney, Watson, MacAskill Booked Alexander, Winton East Fife J Smith, Dunsmore, C Higgins, Murdoch, Mercer, Semple, McManus, Newton (Davidson 67), Watt (Slattery 75), Denholm, Connell (K Smith 61) Subs not used Millar, Anderson, D Higgins, Osei-Bonsu, Campbell Booked C Higgins, McManus, Mercer Sent off Dunsmore, Mercer Referee Chris Fordyce 10 CS Strollers........ 0 Peterhead..................3 McLean (55pen) HT 0-0 S Brown (60) Cameron (90) Civil Service Strollers Whyte, McConnell, Brydon, Duffy, Irving (Makovora 78), Clapperton (Fairley 69), Young, Valentine, Faye (Johnstone 69), Balde, Cole Subs not used Shaw, Fee, Moffat, Burnside Booked McConnell Sent-off Balde Peterhead Long, D Wilson, Jason Brown, McDonald, Ritchie (Lyle 63), McCarthy, S Brown, Duffy, McLean, Savoury (J Brown 88), Payne (Cameron 75) Subs not used Strachan, L Wilson Booked McLean Referee Chris Graham 11 Clydebank.......... 2 Clyde...........................0 Darroch (44) Little (64) HT 1-0 Clydebank Donnelly, Hodge, Niven, Darroch, Byrne, Black, Slattery, Gallacher (Green 86), Little, McGonigle (Lynass 80), McPherson (McKinlay 69) Subs not used Stevenson, McLean, Coll, Hamilton, Fitzpatrick Booked Byrne, McKinlay Clyde Parry, Cuddihy (Mortimer 39), Page, Elsdon, Docherty, Splaine, Nicoll (Tade 50), Gomis (Kennedy 68), Cunningham, Goodwillie, Love Subs not used Livingstone, Rumsby, Balatoni, Deveney, Jones, Bradley-Hurst Booked Love, Page Referee Alan Newlands 12 Cove Rangers..... 2 Queen of the South...2 Vigurs (33) Soares-Junior (32) McAllister (90) Paton (72) HT 1-1 Att 468 Cove McKenzie, Neill, Ross, Anderson (Logan 68), Yule, Scully, Vigurs, Milne (Masson 78), Fyvie, Megginson, McIntosh (McAllister 68) Subs not used Adeyemo, Gourlay QoS Brynn, Gibson, McKay, Nditi, Cooper, McGrory, Connelly (Todd 81), Johnston, Cochrane, Soares-Junior, Roy (Paton 71) Subs not used Rae, Joseph, McKechnie Booked Connelly Sent off Nditi Referee Scott Lambie 13 Dalbeattie Star.. 1 East Kilbride...............2 Degnan (69) McLaughlin (42pen) HT 0-1 Saunders (64) Dalbeattie Star Holt, Brotherston, McChesney, Dickinson, Muir, Todd, McMahon, Sloan, Cairnie, Orsi, Degnan Subs not used Park, Currie, Cowie, Emerson, Potts, Gordon, Smith East Kilbride Brennan, Stevenson, Saunders, Old, Wylde, McLaughlin, Blair, Owens, Erskine, Stainrod, Elliott Subs not used Millar, McManus, Vitoria, McDonald, Kenny, Malcolm, Finlay, Stewart, Orr Referee Iain Snedden 14 Dumbarton........ 3 Sauchie.......................1 Pignatiello (24) Smith (58pen) McKee (90) Schiavone (90) HT 1-0 Att 571 Dumbarton Ramsbottom, Lynch, Geggan (Carswell 62), Buchanan, Boyle, Orsi (Schiavone 77), Pignatiello, McKee, Wilson, Stokes, Duthie Subs not used Muir, Paton, O’Neil, Maley Booked Geggan, Schiavone, Wilson Sauchie Clarke, Greenhorn (Finlayson 80), Davidson, Carroll, Cross, Dickie, Collumbine (K Kelly 83), Smith, Morgan, Docherty, Crawford (C Kelly 87) Subs not used McMahon, Cracknell, Hamilton, Gilfillan Booked Carroll, Davidson, Greenhorn Referee Peter Stuart 15 Falkirk................. 1 Raith............................2 Morrison (50) Matthews (27) Ross (84) HT 0-1 Att 2,512 Falkirk Martin, Williamson (Miller 68), Hall, Dixon, McCann, league one P W D L F A GD Pts Cove Rangers....... 15 8 4 3 29 17 12 28 Airdrie................... 15 8 2 5 24 19 5 26 Montrose.............. 15 6 7 2 25 13 12 25 Queen’s Park........ 15 5 8 2 25 17 8 23 Falkirk................... 15 6 4 5 20 17 3 22 Alloa...................... 15 5 4 6 24 25 -1 19 Dumbarton........... 15 5 3 7 22 29 -7 18 Peterhead............. 15 5 2 8 22 24 -2 17 Clyde..................... 15 4 4 7 18 30 -12 16 East Fife................ 15 3 2 10 17 35 -18 11 league one P W D L F A GD Pts Rotherham........... 19 11 5 3 34 13 21 38 Wigan....................18 12 2 4 34 16 18 38 Wycombe.............20 11 5 4 32 23 9 38 Plymouth..............20 10 6 4 33 22 11 36 Sunderland...........18 11 2 5 30 23 7 35 MK Dons............... 19 10 4 5 37 24 13 34 Sheff Wed.............20 8 9 3 28 21 7 33 Oxford Utd............18 9 5 4 29 18 11 32 Portsmouth..........20 9 5 6 26 22 4 32 Burton...................20 8 4 8 22 23 -1 28 Cheltenham......... 19 7 6 6 26 30 -4 27 Bolton....................20 7 5 8 29 29 0 26 Ipswich................. 19 6 6 7 34 29 5 24 Accrington........... 19 7 3 9 23 36 -13 24 Charlton................20 6 5 9 26 27 -1 23 Cambridge U........20 5 8 7 27 35 -8 23 Wimbledon...........18 5 6 7 26 30 -4 21 Lincoln City........... 19 5 6 8 20 24 -4 21 Shrewsbury......... 19 5 4 10 18 25 -7 19 Morecambe......... 19 5 4 10 29 37 -8 19 Gillingham............20 3 8 9 16 27 -11 17 Fleetwood............18 3 6 9 30 34 -4 15 Doncaster............. 19 3 4 12 11 34 -23 13 Crewe.................... 19 2 6 11 16 34 -18 12 Telfer, Hetherington (Krasniqi 54), Nesbitt, Morrison, Ruth (Keena 80), McGuffie Subs not used Weekes, Ross, Ompreon, McKay, Lemon, McGurn Booked Hetherington, Krasniqi, Telfer Raith MacDonald, Tumilty, Lang, Berra, Dick, Connolly (Musonda 23), Matthews, Spencer, Zanatta (Poplatnik 73), Ross (Benedictus 90), Varian Subs not used Thomson, Riley-Snow, Arnott, Mitchell, Young Booked Ross, Spencer, Tumilty Sent-off Tumilty Referee Nick Walsh 16 Gala Fairydean... 0 Annan.........................1 HT 0-0 Smith (51) Gala Fairydean Spratt, Docherty, Jordan, Rodger, C Hall, L Hall, Chalmers (Grant 79), Healy, Darge, Berry (Campbell 87), Murray (Scott 56) Subs not used Addison, Roue, McCready Booked C Hall Annan G Fleming, Barnes, Douglas, Clark, Birch (Swinglehurst 46), Johnston, Docherty, Moxon, K Fleming (Anderson 85), Smith, Goss (Wallace 71) Subs not used McCartney, Adamson, Purdue, Hunter, Steele Booked Birch Referee George Calder 17 Inverness CT...... 1 Morton.......................1 McKay (12) Reilly (82) HT 1-0 Inverness CT Ridgers, Carson, Broadfoot, Devine, Deas, McAlear (Welsh 71), Allardice, MacGregor (Walsh 70), Sutherland, Doran, McKay Subs not used Harper, Jamieson, McDonald, Duku, Mackay Morton Hamilton, Ledger, Lithgow, McEntee, Strapp, Blues (Reilly 75), Oliver, Oksanen, McGrattan (King 68), Lyon, Ugwu Subs not used Allan, Jacobs, Muirhead, Russell, Hynes, Easdale, Bysouth Booked McGrattan Referee Colin Steven 18 Kelty Hearts....... 0 Montrose...................0 Att 744 Kelty Jamieson, Philp, Forster, Hill (Hooper 73), Finlayson, Black, Tidser (Barjonas 86), Higginbotham (McNab 38), Agyeman, Austin, Cardle Subs not used Biabi, Reilly, Donaldson Booked Austin, Black, Forster, Hill Montrose Lennox, Ballantyne, Quinn, Waddell, Steeves, Masson (Callaghan 76), Whatley, Watson, Milne (Brown 45), Johnston (Antoniazzi 79), Lyons Subs not used Fleming, Allan Booked Johnston, Masson, Steeves, Watson Referee Barry Cook 19 Lothian Thistle... 1 Edinburgh City...........2 Douglas (82) Handling (35) HT 0-2 Murray (42) Lothian Thistle Adams, Moore, Lally, Douglas, Deland, Doherty (Viola 61), Renton (Murray 69), Cunningham, Findlay, O’Brien, Kemp (Cumming 79) Subs not used Crawford, Foster, Signorini, Laver, Barnes, Crisholm Booked Lally Edinburgh Schwake, Brian, McKay, Bronsky, Jarron (Kane 62), Tapping (Berry 56), Ferguson, Robertson, Murray, Handling (Smith 78), See Subs not used Quate, Farrell, Hilton, Shanley Booked Jarron, Tapping Referee Dan McFarlane 20 Queen’s Park...... 0 Kilmarnock................1 HT 0-1 Att 1,153 E Murray (45) Queen’s Pk Ferrie, Doyle, Morrison, Davidson, Robson, Brown (Moore 66), Gillespie (Biggar 89), Connell, Smith (Longstaff 66), McHugh, Longridge Subs not used Muir, Kilday, Yeats, Fox, Thomson Sent off Doyle Killie Walker, Hodson, McGowan, E Murray (Sanders 46), Waters, Burke (Armstrong 84), Lyons, Polworth, McKenzie, Robinson (Burrell 75), Shaw Subs not used Hemming, Haunstrup, McGinn, Stokes, Alston, F Murray Booked Lyons Referee Grant Irvine 21 Stenhousemuir. 0 Airdrie.........................2 Frizzell (37) HT 0-1 S McGill (55) Stenhousemuir Wilson, R Lyon, Jamieson, Crighton, Coll, Corbett (Tapping 85), Christie (J Lyon 60), Forbes, Brown (Graham 60), O’Reilly, Tierney Subs not used Marshall, Andersen Booked Graham Airdrie Currie, Watson, Lyons, Fordyce, Quitongo (Walker 90), S McGill (McInroy 73), Easton, McCabe, Frizzell, G McGill (Agnew 88), Smith Subs not used Gallagher, Ritchie, Allan, McDonald, Cantley, Caves Booked McCabe, Quitongo Referee Steven Kirkland 22 Stirling Albion.... 4 Tranent.......................0 Mackin (20,63pen) HT 2-0 Att 701 Leitch (30) McGregor (81) Stirling Currie, McGregor, Banner, McGeachie, Moore (Cummins 58), Grant, Laird (Roberts 77), Leitch (Scally 68), Flanagan, Heaver, Mackin Subs not used Law, Creaney, Watson Booked Currie, Leitch, McGregor Tranent Swain, Stevenson, Donaldson, Mitchell, Rutherford, Miller, Anderson (Greig 69), Thomson (Murphy 47 (Knox 46)), Wringe, Docherty (Somerville 80) Subs not used Reid, Beveridge Booked Rutherford Referee Lloyd Wilson ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE 23 Arsenal............... 2 Newcastle..................0 Saka (56) HT 0-0 Martinelli (66) Att 59,886 league two P W D L F A GD Pts Kelty Hearts......... 14 11 3 0 27 9 18 36 Forfar.................... 14 7 5 2 23 12 11 26 Stirling................... 14 6 3 5 21 17 4 21 Annan.................... 14 6 2 6 19 18 1 20 Edinburgh City..... 13 6 2 5 17 18 -1 20 Stenhsmuir.......... 14 5 3 6 18 19 -1 18 Albion.................... 14 5 2 7 17 20 -3 17 Stranraer.............. 14 4 4 6 14 20 -6 16 Elgin....................... 13 3 3 7 11 18 -7 12 Cowdenbeath...... 14 1 3 10 9 25 -16 6 league two P W D L F A GD Pts Forest G R.............18 12 4 2 34 14 20 40 Northampton....... 19 10 4 5 25 15 10 34 Exeter.................... 19 8 9 2 31 21 10 33 Swindon...............18 9 6 3 28 18 10 33 Port Vale............... 19 9 5 5 32 20 12 32 Sutton Utd............ 19 10 2 7 28 22 6 32 Harrogate Tn........ 19 8 6 5 33 24 9 30 Leyton Orient....... 19 6 10 3 32 17 15 28 Newport Cty........ 19 7 7 5 30 23 7 28 Tranmere..............18 7 5 6 15 14 1 26 Salford City........... 19 6 6 7 22 19 3 24 Bradford............... 19 5 9 5 25 23 2 24 Rochdale............... 19 5 9 5 24 24 0 24 Walsall................... 19 6 6 7 21 23 -2 24 Mansfield............. 19 6 5 8 21 25 -4 23 Bristol Rovers....... 19 6 5 8 22 29 -7 23 Hartlepool............ 19 7 2 10 20 30 -10 23 Colchester............18 5 6 7 16 22 -6 21 Crawley Tn...........18 6 3 9 20 28 -8 21 Barrow.................. 19 4 7 8 20 24 -4 19 Stevenage............18 4 6 8 15 30 -15 18 Carlisle.................. 19 3 7 9 13 28 -15 16 Oldham................. 19 4 3 12 16 30 -14 15 Scunthorpe.......... 19 2 8 9 15 35 -20 14 24 Brighton............. 0 Leeds..........................0 25 Crystal Pal.......... 1 Aston Villa..................2 Guehi (90) Targett (15) HT 0-1 Att 25,203 McGinn (86) 26 Liverpool............ 4 Southampton............0 Jota (2,32) Thiago (37) van Dijk (52) HT 3-0 27 Norwich.............. 0 Wolves........................0 HT 0-0 Att 26,911 ENGLISH CHAMPIONSHIP 28 AFC Bournemth..... 2 Coventry...........................2 29 Birmingham........... 1 Blackpool..........................0 30 Huddersfield.......... 1 Middlesbro.......................2 31 Hull........................... 2 Millwall..............................1 32 Luton....................... 1 Cardiff...............................2 33 Peterborough........ 0 Barnsley............................0 34 Preston.................... 1 Fulham..............................1 35 Stoke....................... 0 Blackburn.........................1 36 Swansea................. 2 Reading.............................3 ENGLISH LEAGUE ONE 37 AFC Wimbledon..... 2 Fleetwood........................2 38 Bolton...................... 2 Cheltenham.....................2 39 Burton Albion......... 2 Doncaster.........................0 40 Cambridge U.......... 1 Sunderland.......................2 41 Gillingham.............. 0 Portsmouth......................1 42 Lincoln City............. 0 Accrington........................1 43 Morecambe............ 0 MK Dons............................4 44 Oxford Utd.............. 0 Rotherham.......................0 45 Plymouth................ 1 Wigan................................2 46 Sheff Wed............... 2 Wycombe.........................2 47 Shrewsbury............ 1 Charlton............................0 ENGLISH LEAGUE TWO 48 Carlisle.................... 1 Walsall...............................0 49 Crawley Town........ 1 Mansfield..........................2 50 Forest Green Rovs.2 Bristol Rovers...................0 51 Northampton......... 1 Leyton Orient...................0 52 Port Vale.................. 2 Hartlepool........................0 53 Rochdale................. 1 Exeter................................1 54 Salford City............. 2 Oldham.............................0 55 Scunthorpe............ 1 Bradford............................1 56 Sutton Utd.............. 1 Barrow..............................0 57 Swindon.................. 1 Harrogate Town...............1 – Tranmere................ P Stevenage.........................P NATIONAL LEAGUE 58 Altrincham ............. 1 Southend .........................2 59 King’s Lynn Town .. 0 Aldershot .........................1 60 Notts Co ................. 2 Dag & Red .........................1 61 Torquay .................. 2 FC Halifax .........................3 62 Wealdstone ........... 1 Stockport County ...........4 63 Woking ................... 1 Barnet ...............................2 64 Wrexham ............... 2 Bromley.............................0 65 Yeovil ...................... 1 Dover ................................1 FA TROPHY 2ND RD 66 AAFC Fylde ............ 1 Gateshead .......................0 67 Bath City ................. 0 Dartford ...........................0 68 Binfield ................... 2 Truro City .........................3 69 Bishop’s St ............. 5 Leiston ..............................1 70 Brackley ................. 1 Boston Utd .......................2 71 Braintree ................ 3 Potters Bar Town ...........1 72 Brentwood Town .. 1 Dulwich Hamlet ..............2 73 Canvey Island ........ 0 Tonbridge .........................1 74 Chelmsford ............ 1 Cheshunt .........................2 75 Chippenham .......... 0 Uxbridge ...........................1 76 Concord Rangers .. 0 AFC Totton .......................5 77 Cray Wanderers .... 2 Ebbsfleet ..........................2 78 Curzon Ashton ...... 2 Chester FC .......................1 79 Eastbourne ............ 2 Tiverton Town .................1 80 Felixstowe & W ..... 0 Telford ..............................4 81 Gloucester ............. 3 Kettering ..........................0 82 Hanwell Town ....... 0 Enfield Town ....................2 83 Hartley Wintney .... 0 Folkestone...................... 2 84 Hemel ..................... 1 Stourbridge .....................1 85 Hereford FC ........... 1 Kidderminster .................1 86 Hungerford Town . 3 Welling ..............................2 87 Leamington ........... 0 Alfreton ............................3 88 Maidstone ............. 1 Billericay ...........................1 89 Needham Market . 3 Welwyn Garden City ......1 90 Oxford City ............. 1 St Albans ..........................4 91 Plymouth Parkway 1 Hampton & R ...................0 92 Radcliffe ................. 5 Tamworth ........................1 93 Slough ..................... 1 Havant & W ......................0 94 Warrington Town .. 1 Morpeth Town ................1 95 Wimborne Town ... 1 Larkhall Athletic ..............2 96 Worthing ................ 0 Dorking Wanderers ........2 97 York ......................... 1 Blyth Spartans ................0 HIGHLAND LEAGUE 98 Brora Rangers ....... 4 Deveronvale.....................0 99 Clachnacuddin....... 0 Inverurie Locos................0 100 Lossiemouth.......... 0 Buckie Thistle...................5 101 Nairn County ......... 1 Keith..................................3 102 Wick Academy....... 2 Forres Mechanics............0 SELECTED fixtures Kick off 3.0 unless stated today cinch Premiership Celtic v Aberdeen, Livingston v Rangers (12.0) Premier League Brentford v Everton (2.0), Burnley v Tottenham (2.0), Chelsea v Man Utd (4.30), Leicester v Watford (2.0), Man City v West Ham (2.0) Sky Bet Championship Sheff U v Bristol City (12.30) League One Ipswich v Crewe Kick off 7.45 unless stated tomorrow Scottish Cup 3rd rd Brechin v Darvel Sky Bet Championship Derby v QPR Tuesday cinch Premiership Motherwell v Dundee Utd SPFL Trust Trophy quarter-finals Cove v Rangers U21, Hamilton v Kilmarnock, Inverness v Raith Premier League Leeds v Crystal Palace (8.15), Newcastle v Norwich (7.30) Wednesday cinch Premiership Aberdeen v Livingston, Dundee v St Johnstone, Hibs v Rangers, St Mirren v Ross Co SPFL Trust Trophy quarter-finals QoS v Morton (7.30) Premier League Aston Villa v Man City (8.15), Everton v Liverpool (8.15), Southampton v Leicester (7.30), Watford v Chelsea (7.30), West Ham v Brighton (7.30), Wolves v Burnley (7.30) Thursday cinch Premiership Celtic v Hearts Premier League Man Utd v Arsenal (8.15), Tottenham v Brentford (7.30) Friday cinch Championship Inverness CT v Kilmarnock cinch League Two Edinburgh City v Annan Sky Bet Championship Fulham v AFC Bournemouth celtic pools 01.....2-3 02.....1-2 03.....2-0 04.....1-0 05.....4-0 06.....4-0 07.....1-2 08.....1-2 09.....1-0 10.....2-0 11.....0-1 12.....2-0 13.....1-2 14.....1-1 15.....0-1 16.....2-0 17.....1-1 18.....1-2 19.....1-2 20.....1-1 21.....1-1 22.....2-0 23.....1-0 24.....2-2 25.....1-4 26.....0-1 27.....0-1 28.....0-4 29.....2-3 30.....2-0 31.....2-2 32.....1-2 33.....0-0 34.....0-1 35.....1-0 36.....2-2 37.....1-2 38.....0-0 39.....1-2 40.....2-2 41.....0-0 42.....5-0 43.....3-0 44.....1-0 45.....1-0 46.....2-0 47.....1-1 48.....2-1 49.....1-2 NEXT WEEK 1 Hamilton 2 Southampton 3 Albion Rovers 4 West Ham 5 Rotherham 6 Coventry 7 Cardiff 8 Queen of the South 9 Barnsley 10 Carlisle 11 Dagenham & Redbridge 12 Burton Albion 13 Arbroath 14 Weymouth 15 Leyton Orient 16 Bromley 17 Queen’s Park 18 Clyde 19 Doncaster 20 Wolves 21 Aldershot 22 Nottm Forest 23 Stockport 24 Buxton 25 Dover 26 Montrose 27 Accrington 28 Kidderminster 29 Aberdeen 30 Solihull Moors 31 Rangers 32 Hibs 33 Morton 34 Reading 35 Newcastle 36 St Johnstone 37 Portsmouth 38 Millwall 39 Cove Rangers 40 Middlesbrough 41 East Fife 42 Walsall 43 Cowdenbeath 44 Bristol City 45 Barnet 46 Elgin 47 Stenhousemuir 48 Blackpool 49 Blackburn club pools EAST FIFE - 9, 10, 27, 28. No jackpot winner. Next jackpot is £5850. CLYDE - 10, 15, 18, 24. No jackpot winner - 8 2nds. Next jackpot £20,000. LOWLAND LEAGUE 103 Caledonian Braves.2 Celtic B..............................3 SOUTH OF SCOTLAND LEAGUE 104 Caledonian Braves .0 Threave Rovers................1 HAIG GORDON MEMORIAL TROPHY 1ST RD 105 Lochmaben ............ 0 Nithsdale Wndrs..............2 106 Stranraer................ 2 Mid Annandale................1 107 Upp Annandale...... 2 Newton Stewart..............1 108 Wigtown & Blad .... 1 Lochar Thistle...................4 EAST OF SCOTLAND LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION 109 Dunbar Utd............. 0 Penicuik............................1 110 Musselburgh.......... 4 Blackburn Utd..................1 111 Newtongrange...... 0 Linlithgow Rose...............1 EAST OF SCOTLAND LEAGUE 1ST DIV CONF A 112 Arniston ................. 3 Ormiston...........................3 113 Haddington............ 2 St Andrews.......................2 114 Kirkcaldy & Dys...... 5 Dalkeith Thistle................1 EAST OF SCOTLAND LEAGUE 1ST DIV CONF B 115 Burntisland ............ 2 Stirling Uni........................2 EAST OF SCOTLAND LEAGUE 1ST DIV CONF X 116 Bo’ness Ath ............ 4 Livingston Utd..................0 117 Edinburgh College.1 Stoneyburn......................6 118 West Calder ........... 4 Bathgate...........................1 119 Whitburn................. 6 Pumpherston...................0 EAST OF SCOTLAND QUALIFYING CUP 3RD ROUND 120 Broxburn ................ 0 Stirling Uni........................1 121 Dundonald B’bell... 5 Fauldhouse.......................2 122 Thornton Hibs ....... 0 Jeanfield Swifts...............8 KING CUP 2ND ROUND 123 Rosyth .................... 2 Dunipace...........................4 SCOTTISH JUNIOR CUP 4TH ROUND 124 Gartcairn................. 1 Arthurlie...........................4 125 Johnstone Burgh... 1 Rob Roy.............................3 126 Largs Thistle........... 1 Dundee North End..........0 127 Muirkirk.................. 0 Dyce...................................1 128 Petershill................. 2 Lochee United..................1 WEST OF SCOTLAND LEAGUE PREMIER DIV 129 Benburb.................. 1 Cumnock..........................2 130 Bonnyton................ 2 Cumbernauld Utd............2 131 Hurlford................... 1 Irvine Meadow.................1 132 Troon....................... 2 Kilwinning Rangers.........2 WEST OF SCOTLAND LEAGUE CONFERENCE A 133 Forth Wanderers... 2 Glasgow Uni.....................0 134 Irvine Vics............... 1 Maryhill.............................4 135 Lugar Boswell......... 0 Girvan................................5 136 Saltcoats................. 0 Maybole............................3 137 Whitletts................. 4 Lesmahagow...................2 WEST OF SCOTLAND LEAGUE CONFERENCE B 138 Ardeer Thistle........ 4 Carluke Rovers.................1 139 Dalry Thistle........... 0 Cambuslang.....................2 140 Greenock................ 4 Royal Albert......................1 141 Port Glasgow.......... 4 Newmains........................2 142 Renfrew.................. 2 Glasgow United...............1 143 Thorniewood......... 4 Kello Rovers......................1 WEST OF SCOTLAND LEAGUE CONFERENCE C 144 St Roch’s................. 1 St Anthony’s.....................3 145 Vale of Clyde........... 0 Vale of Leven....................1 146 Wishaw................... 2 Larkhall Thistle................4 WEST OF SCOTLAND LEAGUE DIVISION 4 147 Glenvale.................. 4 BSC Glasgow....................2 148 St Peter’s................. 3 Kilsyth Athletic................2 STRATHCLYDE DEMOLITION CUP QUARTER-FINALS 149 Bellshill.................... 1 Drumchapel United.........3 150 Neilston.................. 1 Glencairn..........................1 (Glencairn win 5-4 on penalties) St Cadoc’s............... 4 Harmony Row..................3 MIDLANDS LEAGUE Coupar Angus........ 2 Arbroath Vics...................5 Dun Downfield....... 0 Letham..............................3 Dun East Craigie.... 9 Scone Thistle....................2 Lochee Harp........... 2 Dundee Violet..................0

web www.sundaymail.co.uk engliSh preMier league Sunday Mail November 28, 2021 57 Ralf’s arrival could help United secure Haaland RANG RAID haal In United target Erling is big fan of old boss Ralf ralf chance Rangnick can have a big influence Saints sick as a Diog preMier rOunD-up Diogo Jota insists the superstars around him make it easy scoring goals for Liverpool. The hitman netted twice as the Reds thrashed Southampton 4-0 to move up to second in the Premier League. Thiago Alcantara and Virgil van Dijk were also on target and Jota said: “It is always easier when you start well with a goal at home. “We knew in the past we have been 2-0 up and not won the game. But we did today and that is important. The most important is that we win. I take advantage of playing for a good team. Fortunately for me I can score goals and hopefully keep doing it.” Scotland captain Andrew Robertson Manchester united believe that ralf rangnick’s arrival at Old Trafford will give them an edge in the race for erling haaland. Rangnick, 63, signed the 21-year-old striker for RB Salzburg in January 2019 for £7.2million when he was sporting director for Red Bull’s two European clubs. Borussia Dortmund are likely to cash in on Haaland when a £63million escape clause in his contract kicks in next summer. United will face fierce competition from Europe’s top clubs to land the Norwegian – but having Rangnick on board could prove vital. As well as being interim boss for the rest of the WIn BonUS Gerrard Chelsea v Man united Today 4.30pm, Sky Sports season, the German is set to help the Old Trafford board find a permanent successor to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. He will add protege and Bayern Munich boss Julian Nagelsmann to a shortlist headed by PSG’s Mauricio Pochettino, former Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers and Ajax’s Erik ten Hag. R a n g n i c k mentored Nagelsmann, 34, at RB L e i p z i g good call Tuchel got start from Ralf and he is now one of the hottest coaching properties in world football. Michael Carrick will again be in charge of United at Chelsea today after securing a 2-0 Champions League win over Villarreal in midweek. Facing the European champions and Premier League leaders is a daunting task as they have been turned into a mean machine by Thomas Tuchel. But the Blues boss has revealed he could have ended up leading a dull life in economics if it wasn’t for Rangnick. His old boss at SSV Ulm gave him a pathway into coaching with VfB Stuttgart and Tuchel said: “I was a normal student but Ralf called me because he was my former coach and knew I was in Stuttgart studying. “He asked me if I could try in the academy and I did four months just being a second home through a ruck of bodies following Ashley Young’s corner. John McGinn made it 2-0 with four minutes left, curling a shot into the top corner from 18 yards. Palace managed to snatch a late consolation through Marc assistant there. From there I did my licences and I started coaching the Under-14s. “I finished my economics studies but he opened the door to coaching. “At some point, you have to go through the door and you are responsible for yourself to make the very best of opportunities. “This is what I did because I had people like Ralf who supported me.” Tuchel was at a very low ebb after a knee injury ruined his playing career aged 24. He added: “I felt in the rehabilitation process that I would not make it back to my level, which was at that time second, third division. “I saw my team-mates getting better and better under Ralf and making it to the first league, which was always my dream. “It was so close to being maybe a Bundesliga player. When that happened (the Guehi in injury-time but there was no time left for them to mount another attack. Gerrard, who never beat Palace at Selhurst Park as a player, said: “It has been a real big step to take six points from six but we can’t get carried away. “It has been a positive couple of weeks. The players have been fantastic in their application. We injury), I was angry. I felt betrayed by the situation. “I did not know what to do. All my life I dreamed to be a football player. “I needed to re-focus, which is not always easy. “To go to a bar and work for money and go to university and meet people who know you and say, ‘Hey, what’s up? Don’t you play any more?’ You have to swallow your pride and overcome some difficult moments and days of looking into the mirror. “But it was very healthy for me in the end. “I did not know what to do so I studied economics because I thought my mother can sleep very well once I finish something at university, and do not only start things. “In football it’s so much easier than economics, which is just a decision from the brain but not from your heart. “I was lucky to take these decisions.” Gerrard’s impact is Crystal clear Steven Gerrard is proving he doesn’t need a Palace to feel right at home because a Villa will do very nicely. The former Rangers boss made it two wins from two as his side struck early then weathered a second-half storm to snatch a crucial second goal. Matt Targett fired Villa ahead on 15 minutes when he rifled Crystal palace.......1 aston Villa.............2 had to dig in at times but we managed to get over the line.” Palace boss Patrick Vieira said: “I’m disappointed because we didn’t play the way we can and didn’t defend well enough. “We are focusing on defending set plays and we need to do more on that. Our passing wasn’t the best, we didn’t create enough and we didn’t deserve anything.” jot on Diogo hit two crossed to Jota to poke home the opener after just two minutes. The unmarked Portuguese tapped in Mohamed Salah’s square ball for the second and the third arrived just minutes later when Thiago’s deflected strike found the back of the net. Van Dijk wrapped it up from a corner and Saints boss Ralph Hasenhuttl said: “It is not possible to defend against this quality.” Arsenal eventually broke Newcastle down to leave Eddie Howe’s winless side bottom of the league. Bukayo Saka slotted home in the second-half before Gabriel Martinelli hit a volley to seal a 2-0 win. Norwich’s resistance against relegation continued as they more than matched Wolves in a 0-0 at Carrow Road. Brighton missed a string of chances in a goalless draw at home to Leeds.

58 sunday Mail November 28, 2021 email reporters@sundaymail.co.uk scottish cup CUP SHOCK WAS MOFF THE SCALE said: Bankies boss admits sinking League One Bully Wee felt surreal clydebank clattered clyde to rack up a cup shock and earn lavish praise from boss Gordon Moffat – who still couldn’t believe his side had won after the final whistle. A first-half Jamie Darroch goal was followed by a killer second from Nicky Little as the Bankies stunned the Bully Wee and sent them packing. Delighted Moffat hailed his battling side as their success caught the gaffer out. He said: “It’s not really sunk in yet and it’s a wee bit surreal. We were comfortable towards the end. I’m greedy and wanted more goals, the boys will tell you that. “We’re delighted to be in the next round and I am delighted for everybody at the club and the people of Clydebank. “We will take whoever we get in the next round and it’s great to be there. I’m delighted for the fans on the terraces who were excellent and backed us when it was a tough opening 20 minutes.” He revealed that there would be no wild celebrations after the game and added: “I have a newborn again and will be taking my shift tonight! “But it’s also Chris Black’s engagement party and there will be celebrations.” Bankies’ Darroch sparked mayhem at Holm Park as he broke the deadlock a minute from the break with a ferocious shot from just inside the box which thundered in off the underside of the bar. But there had been little to GLORY DAY Talbot celebrate clydebank ............ 2 clyde ..................... 0 ■ Kenny MacDonald entertain the fans until then with few chances. Bankies keeper Jamie Donnelly had to race out of his box to boot clear from Clyde hitman David Goodwillie in 20 minutes. The Bully Wee striker appeared to be pulled down in the box by Bankies defender Paul Byrne in 34 minutes, but ref Alan Newlands waved it off. Bankies boss Moffat said: “I thought it was a dive when I first saw it in real time and it is one of those moments you think, ‘Oh no’. “If one of our boys clipped him, fair enough. I thought he’d gone down easily.” Bankies stormed out in the second half and Clyde keeper Neil Parry had to look lively to paw away a free-kick from Lee Gallacher. Then Ross McPherson just failed to connect with a header in front of goal before Parry flipped away a dangerous header from Matt Niven. Little side footed a neat shot over the keeper only to suffer as the ball flew just over. But in 63 minutes Bankies fans were in raptures as Little smashed home a header from Gallacher’s free-kick. Gutted Bully Wee boss Danny Lennon said: “I want to apologise to the fans who travelled and those who didn’t make it – they were lucky ones. I congratulate Clydebank, they worked their socks off.” LITTLE GIVING IT LARGE Bankies lose it after Nicky scores No.2 (top left) and celebrates CLYDEBANK SPARK SHOCKS could now be handed a dream fourthround tie when the big guns are drawn like a tasty draw, preferably at home, but FROM BACK PAGE great being in that draw. Obviously we’d out the hat after tomorrow night’s Brechin Gareth Armstrong. Auchinleck boss we’ll take whatever we get. v Darvel match. Tommy Sloan said: “People are already “Accies had a good start and put us Bankies boss Gordon Moffat said: “It’s asking me if this is better or bigger than under pressure but we saw it out and we not really sunk in yet – it’s a wee bit surreal. when we beat Ayr but right now I don’t created some good chances of our own. “I’m delighted for the fans on the care, all that matters is that we won. After that they found us hard to cope with. terraces who were excellent and backed “The goal was a classic, a great throw-in, “It was a wee bit edgy at the end with us through a tough opening 20 minutes.” a touch on and a really good finish. crosses coming in but the defence grew Talbot’s winner came when Graham “The place went mad and we were into it and we got there. Wilson swivelled to net after Keir jumping for joy on the bench. This team “It was a tremendous performance right Samson’s long throw was nodded on by just keep doing it on the big occasions. It’s through the team.” Arbroath ............ 3 Forfar ................. 0 Ian Campbell hailed Arbroath’s quality as they swatted Forfar aside to reach the fourth round. Jason Thomson and Ricky Little struck in the first half and Luke Donnelly added a third after the break as the Championship side saw off the League Two Loons. Assistant boss Campbell said: “The way we went about our business was terrific. We were fantastic from start to finish.” Thomson curled the opener on 11 minutes and Little stabbed home the second nine minutes later. Donnelly brilliantly beat keeper Marc McCallum for No.3 in the 53rd minute. Forfar boss Gary Irvine said: “It’s a sore one but we’ll learn from it.” stenhousemuir .0 Airdrie ................ 2 Ian Murray praised his Airdrie side for a solid win as they eased through. Goals from Adam Frizzell and Scott McGill proved enough to knock the stuffing out of Stenny. Boss Murray said :“It was a very difficult game for us, which we knew it would be and it has got us back to winning ways. It’s a fantastic afternoon for us.” Airdrie took the lead when Frizzell steered his left-foot drive past Stenny keeper David Wilson. McGill fired in a second after the break to put the Diamonds on easy street. Stenny boss Stephen Swift said: “They didn’t pepper our goal. They took two decent chances.” Falkirk ................ 1 Raith Rovers ..... 2 John McGlynn saluted the character of 10-man Raith Rovers after they kept their Scottish Cup dreams alive against the odds. The Stark’s Park sidewere a man down for 70 minutes after Reghan Tumilty walked. But Ross Matthews snatched Rovers the lead just seven minutes after the full-back’s red card. Despite a leveller from Callumn Morrison early in the second-half, Ethan Ross booked Raith’s place in the next round with a n 85th-minute winner. McGlynn, whose team are now unbeaten in 12, said: “It’s not easy playing for so long with 10 men but the winning goal showed great character.”

web www.sundaymail.co.uk Sunday Mail November 28, 2021 59 Accies get Bot spanked Shock troops are at it again Graham Wilson was the hero as Auchinleck Talbot wrote another chapter in their sensational giantkilling story and consigned Hamilton to one of their worst ever results. Furious Accies fans rounded on the away dugout in the closing stages as the struggling Championship side slumped to a major humbling at the hands of a team four divisions below. Boss Stuart Taylor admitted he felt the SAME as the supporters who unleashed their frustrations his way after their stuttering season slumped to a new embarrassing low. Wilson swivelled to lash home a long throw from Keir Samson an hour into a pulsating tie cementing the latest in a growing list of scalps in the Beechwood Park bear pit. Ayr United and Cove Rangers, twice, have been dumped by Tommy Sloan’s cup specialists in the last three years while Arbroath escaped with a lastgasp draw two years ago. Now Accies have been added to the list and Taylor said: “Coming here and the hype around it – which isn’t an excuse – but it was the hardest tie of the round. I absolutely understand the fans. I am not happy with the result. I am not happy with the defeat. It is not acceptable. “Before I came in I knew there were a lot of things needing done ■ Fraser Wilson and we need to keep at it but I am confident we’ll turn it round. I am frustrated and angry. I have all those emotions too but I need to pick them up. It is about character and mental strength.” Sloan’s side could have gone ahead in the eighth minute when Jamie Glasgow’s cutback found Kieran Healy but the midfielder couldn’t get a clean connection. Moments later Mark Shankland’s cross found Glasgow, whose half volley was well saved by Joe Hilton. Andy Leishman excelled to keep the scores level just a minute into the second-half when he threw himself to his right to save Kyle Munro’s 25- yard drive before brilliantly blocking Andy Ryan’s follow-up from point blank range. Sub Samson’s long throw was then flicked on by Gareth Armstrong and Wilson found room 12 yards out to swivel and smash a shot past Hilton. Beechwood erupted and Sloan’s heroes held on for yet another scalping. The ecstatic gaffer said: “People are already asking me if this is bigger than when we beat Ayr, but right now I don’t care – all that matters is that we won. This team just keep doing it on the big occasions. “I’m absolutely delighted. It was a tremendous performance.” Wright tease a jolly good fellow Tommy Wright revealed he wound up Euan Murray about his scoring record at Killie before he snatched yesterday’s Cup winner. The centre-back scored seven last season for Dunfermline but hadn’t found his goal touch so far in Ayrshire. But he headed the winner in first-half injury time despite suffering from a hamstring injury Wright said: “It was a good goal from Euan and we want more of that. “I was joking with him: ‘How did you score all those goals last season?’ He’s only scored twice for us – both times against Auchinleck Talbot .....1 Hamilton Accies ........0 Queen’s Park..0 Kilmarnock..1 Queen’s. They’ll probably be sick of him.” It was Murray’s last involvement. Wright said: “Euan felt his hamstring just before scoring so we took him off. The victory should have been more comfortable.” Michael Doyle went closest for Spiders but Sam Walker made a fantastic save and Doyle was sent off three minutes from time for a lunging challenge on Liam Polworth. Queen’s boss Laurie Ellis said: “I’m proud – we made a cup tie of it.” WRIGHT teasing paid off for Killie SkElpEd the Bot celebrate Wilson’s winner NO CASH IN THE BANKS FOR FIFERS Banks O’Dee produced a huge shock by dumping out League One East Fife. The Junior North Superleague side stunned their visitors with a sizzling fightback at Spain Park. Jamie Semple had fired the Fifers ahead with a long range chip after just 13 minutes but Liam Newton scored an own goal to level things up. Aaron Dunsmore then saw red before Mark Gilmour put The Dee ahead with nine minutes to go as the home support erupted. Scott Mercer was sent off in injury time as the managerless Methil men ended with nine men on a day to forget. Elsewhere, Rory McAllister grabbed a stoppage time equaliser to force a replay as Cove Rangers drew 2-2 at home to Queen of the South. Ruben Soares-Junior headed in for Queens before Iain Vigurs rifled in a freekick for the leveller. Sub Ruari Paton scored with his first touch when he rose above Shay Logan to nod home. Queens’ Robert Nditi was dismissed with eight minutes to go and Cove made their man advantage count as McAllister struck late to secure a replay. Ayr United fought back to see off plucky Albion Rovers at Somerset Park. Maxwell Wright hit the opener for the visitors but classy veteran Michael Moffat set up James Maxwell before hitting the winner as Ayr avoided a shock early exit. Euan Henderson bagged a hat-trick as Alloa Athletic thrashed Lowland League leaders Bonnyrigg Rose 5-0. Edinburgh City earned the capital bragging rights with a 2-1 win over Lothian duNSMORE sent off Thistle/Hutchison Vale. Danny Handling put the Citizens ahead after good work from John Robertson, with Innes Murray doubling their lead. Errol Douglas claimed a late consolation. Stirling Albion beat Tranent 4-0 at Forthbank. Dylan Mackin converted Sean Heaver’s cross before Jack Leitch doubled their lead and Mackin got his second from the penalty spot. Jordan McGregor wrapped it up from a corner. Dumbarton scored twice late on to edge past Sauchie 3-1. As a replay loomed, Joe McKee lashed in a loose ball and Ryan Schiavone tapped in the clincher from close range. Peterhead progressed with a 3-0 win away to tenman Civil Service Strollers with Russell McLean, Scott Brown and Lyall Cameron on the scoresheet. Aidan Smith was the hero for Annan Athletic as they squeezed past Gala Fairydean Rovers 1-0 thanks to his 51stminute strike. Lowland League side East Kilbride edged out league rivals Dalbeattie Star 2-1. Neil McLaughlin fired Kilby ahead before the break from the penalty spot before Steven Saunders headed in a second after the hour mark. Steven Degnan hit a consolation. League Two leaders Kelty Hearts and high-flying Montrose will do it all over again after a 0-0 draw. We earned fresh crack at Caley Gus MacPherson believes his Morton side fully deserved to take Caley to a replay. The hosts struck first in the 11th minute when Ton keeper Jack Hamilton let Shane Sutherland’s header slip through his fingers and Billy Mckay tapped in from almost on the goal line. But the visitors never gave up and with 10 minutes left sub Gavin Reilly got the better of Kirk Broadfoot to net. It means the two teams will do it all over again on December 7. MacPherson said: “There’s no question SCoTTISH CuP RouND-uP Inverness CT....1 Morton.....1 we deserved that. It was a poor goal that we lost but we showed character and competed in the middle of the park very well, so a replay was the least we deserved.” Caley head coach Billy Dodds felt there was a foul on Broadfoot in the build-up to Reilly’s leveller. He said: “I have watched the incident again. Now I have gone to see the referee because there were two hands on Kirk and he was pushed.”

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web www.sundaymail.co.uk BIG MATCH SPECIAL Sunday Mail November 28, 2021 61 THE KINGPIN THE STATS ■ TEAMS HEARTS: Gordon 8; Souttar 7, Halkett 7, Kingsley 8; Smith 6, Baningime 6, Devlin 7, Halliday 6; McKay 8, Mackay-Steven 7 (Ginnelly 69, 3); Boyce 6 (Gnanduillet 80, 2). ST MIRREN: Alnwick 8; Shaughnessy 6, Dunne 7, Fraser 6; Tait 6, Power 7, Flynn 6 (Kilte 80, 2), Tanser 4 (McAllister 34, 5); McGrath 7, Ronan 6 (Dennis 72, 3); Brophy 6. REFEREE: Alan Muir 6. ■ ANALYSIS HEARTS ST MIRREN 51 poSSeSSioN 7 ShotS oN 9 ShotS off 5 CorNerS 13 foulS 2 BookiNgS 0 reD CarDS ■ MAN of THE MATCH 49 7 12 7 11 3 1 BARRIE McKAY Just pips keeper Craig Gordon because he was the one Hearts player constantly probing at St Mirren’s defence, trying to create openings. Had a hand in the opening goal. curl friend Smith hails goal hero Kingsley We must strike the match ■ Scott Mcdermott Jim Goodwin felt St Mirren matched Hearts in every department – apart from putting the ball in the net. The Buddies boss cut a frustrated figure after a Tynecastle defeat that leaves them without a win in six Premiership games. Saints finished with 10 men after captain Joe Shaughnessy was sent off in injury time. And after having a goal ruled out for offside, losing Scott Tanser to injury and suffering another loss – Goodwin was left to rue his team’s luck. He said: “The frustration for me is that at 0-0 we’re the better team. “I’m not saying we were miles better but we were on top for the first 45 minutes. “We pressed aggressively, played some good football and probably had the better opportunities. Craig Gordon for a while it wasn’t going to script for Hearts. But when you can ‘Bend it like Kingsley’ – they were always likely to get the happy ending they craved. St Mirren performed well and the plot twist should have been them going in front at Tynecastle. But after Gary Mackay-Steven’s second-half opener, Stephen Kingsley took a starring role with a brilliant free-kick to ensure all the credits stayed in Gorgie. The defender has scored four goals this season so far, three of them deadball specials. And his gaffer Robbie Neilson needed it to seal the points that took Jambos second-top of the Premiership. The home side were booed off by their own fans at half-time despite drawing 0-0. And the crowd were getting restless before they broke the deadlock. Afterwards, Neilson hailed Kingsley’s technique and told his players that dealing with the pressure to entertain is part of being at such a big club. He said: “Kingsley’s a great asset and to be fair to the kid, he practises all the time after training. He’s got real quality in that left foot. “Do the crowd have to be more patient? No, that’s part and parcel of playing at Tynecastle. They pay their money to be entertained and see goals. “In the first half, we got into areas but didn’t have the final moment or pull the trigger. In the second half we were a lot more free-flowing. “We’re pleased to be second because St Mirren are a very good team, they press really well and stop you playing.” After a brilliant start to the league, Gie’S SeT-Piece Kingsley makes it 2-0 with free-kick and (inset) Shaughnessy’s sent off Defender Stephen bends in a belter to put Jambos second HEArTS.........2 ST MIrrEN.........0 SCoTT McdErMoTT AT TYNECASTLE Hearts’ confidence was dented by losing at Motherwell last time out – and it was evident early on here. Neilson shuffled his pack but on a freezing cold day, they were slow out the blocks. St Mirren were sharper, pressing high up the pitch. And the home side needed Scotland No.1 Craig Gordon to keep out a goal from point-blank range. From a Jamie McGrath corner, Charles Dunne found himself on the deck but hooked a left-foot shot that was kept out superbly by Gordon’s legs. The Tynecastle crowd couldn’t get going, just like Neilson’s players. Richard Tait had the ball in the net for St Mirren before the break but it was ruled out for offside – much to his gaffer’s frustration. Hearts were fortunate to be level but the fear for Saints was that they had to improve in the second half. And from the restart, there was far more urgency and purpose about them. Their starting position was 10 yards up the pitch which allowed them to get more bodies into danger areas. Barrie McKay robbed Marcus Fraser in his own half and picked out a brilliant ball to Mackay-Steven at the back post. The winger’s volley looked netbound but keeper Jak Alnwick pulled off a wonder save to deny him. The game was opening up and the visitors still looked dangerous. In fact, how they weren’t in front moments before the hour mark was anyone’s guess. First, the move of the match ended with McGrath forcing Gordon into a fantastic one-handed save. From the resultant corner, Fraser’s bullet header was stopped on the line by Liam Boyce and, as the Paisley side smelt blood, sub Kyle McAllister fired in a shot that was tipped over by Hearts skipper Gordon. To be fair, both goalkeepers were having a good day. Michael Smith should have buried a chance for the Jambos from McKay’s pass – but Alnwick was there to save from close range. Unfortunately for Goodwin, there was nothing his goalie could do about the Jambos’ opener moments later. McKay was probing again and when his cross was blocked it fell perfectly for Mackay-Steven who wrong-footed Alnwick to slot into the corner. That relieved the pressure on Hearts and with 15 minutes to go, they put the game to bed. Goodwin wasn’t happy again when referee Alan Muir awarded a free-kick against Dunne for pulling Boyce. But Kingsley still had plenty to do from 22 yards and he stepped up to curl a magnificent shot away from Alnwick into the top bin. St Mirren’s misery was complete when their captain Joe Shaughnessy was sent off near the end for a second bookable offence when he tripped Cammy Devlin. Kingsley stepped up again – but this time fluffed his lines. GOOdWin frustration made two or three saves that kept Hearts in the game. “Those key moments in matches are really coming back to bite us. “The manner of how we conceded hurts me. It was a stupid ball across the pitch that gets cut out and a deflected cross fell kindly for Gary Mackay-Steven. “We’re not getting those gifts at the moment. “The disallowed goal looks very tight. If the assistant has got it right it’s a hell of a call. “I’m also disappointed with the red card. “Joe was the last man and there was a bit of grappling on the edge of the box. “But with Hearts 2-0 up and the game done, I don’t think anybody would have minded if the referee had turned a blind eye. “It’s a big call for us because we are already missing Conor McCarthy at the back. “Ultimately, you have to put the ball in the net and we haven’t done it. “We have to get back to winning ways – and soon.”

62 Sunday Mail November 28, 2021 email reporters@sundaymail.co.uk BIG MATCH SPECIAL HAPPY HIBEES Murphy is on target (above) and (right) Nisbet hits vital equaliser RAM JAM Murphy lets loose after his winner Trust fund for Jack Red left us high and Bry ■ Gordon Bannerman Callum Davidson admits Craig Bryson’s first career red card cost his stubborn Saints three precious points. The Perth manager thought his short-handed side’s back-to-the-wall second-half performance was going to be enough to secure victory. But two late strikes from Kevin Nisbet and Jamie Murphy overturned Liam Gordon’s first-half goal for St Johnstone. Bryson’s second yellow card, for a foul on Joe Newell shortly before the break, left Saints down to 10 men for the entire second half. And boss Davidson said: “Ultimately the sending off cost us the game. “Craig’s taken a bad first touch and gone in and these days that tackle will always turn into a Jack Ross reckons his neversay-die Hibs stars proved they didn’t lose faith during a fivegame league losing streak. Goals from Kevin Nisbet and Jamie Murphy in the final seven minutes ended 10-man Saints’ stubborn resistance. The Perth men had taken the lead in the first half through skipper Liam Gordon’s header but lost Craig Bryson after his second yellow before the break. And they withstood all that Hibs could throw at them – until the 83rd minute when Nisbet fired the equaliser. And sub Murphy’s goal from close range three minutes later got the Hibees back to winning ways at last. Boss Jack said: “We deserved the win. The result was brilliant but it was a really good performance as well. “This period was one for us to have trust in the players. “When you lose that number of games sometimes you can feel that individuals are losing faith within the group. “It has not been like that though – my players have been nice and bright and upbeat. They showed that in the manner of their performance. “They showed a lot of trust. We created so many opportunities. The amount of time it took was a frustration but thankfully we got there in the end.” Jack was thrilled for striker Nisbet, who stuck to his guns after having two previous efforts chalked off. He said: “Kevin has had a difficult period but knows how much faith I have hibs boss never doubted faith would pay ST JoHNSToNE........1 HIBS.........2 GoRDoN BANNERMAN AT McDIARMID PARK in him. He was excellent in his overall play. To keep coming back was great and his finish for the equaliser was excellent.” Both teams were short of firepower, forcing rival bosses Callum Davidson and Jack to dig deep into their squads. With Chris Kane suspended and Stevie May, Glenn Middleton and David Wotherspoon injured, 22-year-old Eetu Vertainen was handed his first start. But the Finn was sacrificed at the interval after Bryson’s early exit. Hibs duo Martin Boyle and Christian Doidge both missed out after picking up controversial red cards in the midweek loss at Ross County. But defensive lynchpin Ryan Porteous returned from a one-match ban. Hibs were first to threaten but an assistant’s flag chalked off Nisbet’s finish after the centre outpaced backtracking defender Jamie McCart. Saints finally posed a threat in the 24th minute when Michael O’Halloran’s shot skimmed past the post. One-time Hearts kid Gordon stunned the Easter Road side with an opener four minutes from the break. Ali Crawford’s corner was defended but the on-loan Bolton midfielder swung over a teasing cross to the back post and Gordon’s powerful header found the net despite a desperate effort to block by Porteous. Hibs almost replied immediately but Josh Campbell’s header clipped the post. Bryson picked up a needless second yellow for a half-way line lunge on Joe Newell, after picking-up an earlier booking for a foul on Porteous. Chris Cadden smashed an angled strike off the face of the bar then Nisbet thought he’d bagged a 61st-minute equaliser – but for a second time his celebrations proved premature. To the fury of Hibs players and fans, ref Euan Anderson had spotted a push on Gordon. Murphy conjured up a spectacular volley in the 68th minute but Zander Clark brilliantly touched it over. However, weary Saints wilted in the final 10 minutes. First Nisbet’s perseverance paid off when he stroked home an 84th-minute equaliser after slick interplay between Scott Allan and Murphy. Then playmaker Allan picked out Murphy to slide home a dramatic winner two minutes later. THE STATS ■ TEAMS ST JOHNSTONE: Clark 7, Gordon 8, McCart 7, Rooney 6 (Brown 4), Booth 6, Davidson 7 (Solomon-Otabor 1), Bryson 4, O’Halloran 6, Vertainen 5 (MacPherson 5), Crawford 7, Dendoncker 6. HIBS: Macey 7, Doig 7, Hanlon 6, Porteous 7, McGinn 6 (Murphy 5), Gullan 6 (Allan 4) 5) Newell 7, Nisbet 8, Doyle-Hayes 6 (Scott 7), Cadden 7, Campbell 7. REFEREE: Euan Anderson 6. ■ ANALYSIS st johnstone 38 possessioN 0 shots oN 2 shots off 1 CoRNeRs 10 fouls 2 BookiNgs 1 Red CaRds ■ MAN of THE MATCH hibs 62 4 16 11 11 1 0 It was third time lucky for KEVIN NISBET when he finally ended Saints’ resistance seven minutes from time. He’d seen two efforts chalked off – but the Scotland star got his reward for perseverance. DAVIDSON battling booking, his second of the game. It’s unlike Craig but unfortunately it put our backs against the wall. “Craig knows it himself, we don’t need to tell him after getting ourselves in a good position in the game.” Davidson praised his payers for digging deep. He said: “It wasn’t a great game in the first half – both teams struggled. “We got a bit of a bonus getting the lead at 1-0. “In the second half we worked hard. I thought we were going to get there in the end as we limited their chances. “They had wee spells where they had pressure but I felt we defended our box well and Zander Clark pulled off a great save. “But we were sloppy for the last goal. “It was always going to be tight. Both teams play similar formations. “So going a man down made it really difficult for us. I’m pretty disappointed.”

web www.sundaymail.co.uk BIG MATCH SPECIAL BIG MATCH SPECIAL Sunday Mail November 28, 2021 63 GREAT WAY TO PAY OUR TRIBUTE DANNY JOY Mullen races off after firing the second goal at Dens that is an ugly twister ■ Scott Burns Gutted Graham Alexander admitted Motherwell showed their ugly side as they crashed to defeat. The Fir Park gaffer warned his players their performance was nowhere near good enough. Alexander said: “The thing I can look at is mindset because it is not the first time we have thrown in a performance like that against a team that is struggling at the bottom of the league. “We can see the heights this team can reach in these last two weeks against Hearts and Aberdeen, two big clubs who were in good form at the time. “We have shown the reverse, the ugly side of us. “We might think it is only 10 percent off if we try to justify it but even 10 per cent is too much. We can’t James McPake reckons dundee’s mauling of Motherwell was the perfect tribute his side could pay to dens great doug Cowie. The Dark Blues legend, who is the club’s record appearance holder, recently passed away and the current side paid their respects before and during this thumping of the Steelmen. Luke McCowan, Danny Mullen and Ryan Sweeney got the goals as Dundee claimed their biggest league win of the season to go three points clear of bottom side Ross County. McPake said: “It was a fitting tribute to Doug, you could feel the atmosphere in the stands. “I mentioned it in my team talk and that win was for a real legend of this football club. “We work out of the room that was the Doug Cowie lounge. “That was in our minds for the game and we got the win. Was it close to perfect? There are still things we can get better at.” McPake also thanked his coaching staff, including Dave Mackay and Alan Combe, as they had to hold the fort at the end of the week when he was ill. He said: “I need to give the coaches a special mention as I McPake: We put on a show for legend Doug duNdEE..............................3 MoTHErwELL....................0 SCoTT BurNS AT dENS PArK wasn’t there for a few days. They took training and set the team up right. Maybe I should just stay away now!” The Steelmen came in as favourites on the back of winning their last two games against Aberdeen and Hearts to move into the top six. But from the first whistle Dundee left Motherwell looking second best. Paul McGowan THE STATS ■ TEAMS DUNDEE: Legzdins 7, Kerr 7, Sweeney 8, Ashcroft 7 (Fontaine 4), Marshall 7, McGowan 7 (Griffiths 3), Adam 8, Anderson 7 (Elliott 2), McMullan 7, Mullen 8, McCowan 8. MOTHERWELL: Kelly 7, Mugabi 6, Johansen 6, Lamie 6, McGinley 6, Grimshaw 4 (Roberts 4), Maguire 5, Slattery 6, Woolery 6, Shields 4 (van Veen 3), Watt 6. Referee: Craig Napier 8. muscled past Ricki Lamie to find Mullen but Liam Kelly made the save. Dundee then had the ball in the net through Mullen but it was flagged for offside although the home bench were adamant the goal should have stood. All the pressure paid off and the Dark Blues got their goal in the 20th minute. Charlie Adam switched play ■ ANALYSIS dundee motherwell 48 6 5 5 17 3 0 PossessioN shots oN shots off CorNers fouls BookiNgs reD CarDs 52 3 7 4 20 3 0 to McCowan, who found Jordan Marshall in space. When the ball was returned to him inside the box it looked as though he was crowded out but McCowan still fired a shot past unsighted Kelly. Dundee continued to build and had a few efforts before Kelly had to tip over when Lee Ashcroft got his head on McGowan’s corner. The Dark Blues were completely dominant while Well were so far off it. They tried to lump it forward but their defence was being constantly exposed. It was no ■ MAN of THE MATCH DANNy MULLEN The striker is now back to his best and up to top gear after injury. Was a constant menace with his speed and strength around the box and also got a deserved goal. surprise to see Dundee doubling their lead. They had a good attack before Adam switched it out to the right for McCowan . This time he laid off a pass for Mullen to crack in a shot that keeper Kelly got a touch on but couldn’t keep out. It was no surprise to see Well boss Graham Alexander make changes at the interval and he could have made even more. Kevin van Veen and Jordan Roberts replaced Connor Shields and Liam Grimshaw. A Tony Watt cross eventually fell to van Veen and he cracked in a shot that came back off the woodwork. It was a scare for Dundee but seconds later they had the ball in the net for a third time and the points were secured. Adam’s free-kick was headed down by Ashcroft for Ryan Sweeney to force the ball home from close range. Van Veen had a couple of chances while Watt saw one saved, with the only blot on Dundee’s day being a hamstring injury for Ashcroft late on. WARNING Alexander play at 80 or 85 per cent. We have to be all in and when we are not all in then that is what you get.” The Well boss claimed the alarm bells were ringing from kick-off. He said: “Everything we were last week we weren’t today, in all the basics. “I thought we were at 80 percent and if people think 80 per cent is good enough then today hopefully they will learn it is not. “That is in every single action, challenge and thought process because it just wasn’t good enough from the start, not just from the first goal. “We didn’t approach the game like we have the previous two. “The players got their rewards which you hope gives them the confidence from winning games. “Did we approach this game in exactly the same manner? If we didn’t then we have let ourselves down and that is what frustrates me the most.”

64 Sunday Mail November 28, 2021 email reporters@sundaymail.co.uk BIG MATCH SPECIAL Malky Mackay was SHoCKED by Harry Clarke’s red card – but admits he was proud as punch of Ross County’s performance. The Dingwall boss saw his ten-man, bottom of the table side grab a last-gasp point deep in stoppage time. Super sub Joseph Hungbo’s dramatic stoppage-time freekick was touched in by Jack Baldwin to cancel out Louis Appere’s opener. In between, Clarke walked for a second booking after a clash with Ian Harkes. But Mackay said: “It was more than harsh, I couldn’t believe it. “Harry was slightly late but there was no connection – it was nothing. “I was amazed he gave it and it spoiled it, it really did. “Young Clarke was playing really well. There was no malice in it – a foul, no more. “Five minutes before it, their left-back emptied Joe Hungbo when he nicked the ball through his legs and didn’t get a booking for that. You just look for parity. “We’re disappointed with it, but I was delighted by our attitude and application. “I felt a point was the least we deserved. We had the confidence, even then, to go and try to get the equaliser, so I’ve got to be delighted not only with their work ethic, but their actual play.” Hungbo can claim his part in a Dundee double after he scored a stunning free-kick against United’s neighbours at Dens Park in October. Defender Baldwin got the final touch to yesterday’s delivery, but it was the Watford loanee’s dead-ball prowess from 25 yards that made the difference. And while it helped earn his side a precious point, it couldn’t stop them falling three points behind Dundee at the foot of the table. There was a distinct lack of goalmouth action in the first 20 minutes – but plenty of fire in exchanges. United’s Florent Hoti finally mustered the afternoon’s first attempt with a powerful 25-yard drive which County keeper Ash Maynard-Brewer HARRY’S RED WAS SO CARD TO TAKE Malky’s relief as County bag point after Clarke walks RoSS CoUNTY...1 DUNDEE UTD...1 ALASDAIR fRASER AT THE GLoBAL ENERGY STADIUM parried and then gathered. The home side had recalled Blair Spittal and David Cancola after Wednesday night’s valuable 1-0 home win over Hibs, with Hungbo and Ross Callachan dropping out. For United, Jeando Fuchs and suspended Calum Butcher were missing, with Hoti and Appere coming in. County had pulled off a tremendous effort in clearing the pitch of snow and ice yesterday morning, but there wasn’t too much football gracing it as the game approached the half hour. Then, County’s Paton won a free-kick for a challenge by Peter Pawlett to the left of the United penalty box. Spittal curled in a teasing ball and Baldwin’s header smacked back off the inside of the post. The rebound fell into Paton’s path square on goal but, remarkably, the Canadian’s right-footed blast from pointblank range was headed over by Ryan Edwards on the line. Moments later, a Regan Charles-Cook cross flashed across the United goal from the right. Charlie Mulgrew turned it away for a corner, but it was a close call. United took the lead in the 49th minute. County had a couple of attempts at clearing their penalty area, but Baldwin’s dig clear fell to Ilmari Niskanen, who prodded the ball to the feet of Appere. With his back to goal, the 22-year-old striker swivelled sharply and gleefully stuck away only the eighth goal of his United career. County worked hard to respond and Spittal’s powerful left foot crack at goal was blocked by keeper Benjamin Siegrist and then cleared by his defence. County’s luck was out again in the 74th minute, when another Baldwin header crashed off the top of the bar from Spittal’s corner. Their plight deepened when Arsenal loanee Clarke, already booked, was sent off following a clash with Harkes. The ten men kept battling and Spittal’s deflected shot almost sneaked in before Siegrist salvaged it. Then, three minutes into stoppage time, Hungbo fired in a great free-kick and Baldwin slid home the leveller. THE STATS ■ TEAMS ■ ANALYSIS ross county JACK IN THE BOX Baldwin slides in to bag County leveller ROSS COUNTY: Maynard-Brewer 6, Clarke 6, Baldwin 7, Iacovitti 6 (Watson 61, 5), Randall 6, Cancola 7, Tillson 6 (D. Samuel 73, 4), Spittal 6, Paton 7, Charles-Cook 6 (Hungbo 60, 5), White 6. DUNDEE UNITED: Siegrist 6, Freeman 7, Edwards 7, Mulgrew 8, McMann 7, Pawlett 7, Harkes 6, Hoti 6, Niskanen 6 (Sporle 61, 5), Clark 6, Appere 7. dundee utd 54 possessioN 5 shots oN 4 shots off 5 CorNers 11 fouls 2 BookiNgs 1 red Cards ■ MAN of THE MATCH 46 4 4 2 12 2 0 CHARLIE MULGREW Class was in short supply at times, but the United defender oozed the stuff as he dictated play from the back in a display that bred confidence throughout his team-mates. APPERE United strike Tam Courts saw red after his Dundee United side failed to make the most of Ross County having a man sent off. United were leading through Louis Appere’s strike when Harry Clarke was sent off for a second booking. But rather than go on to claim three points and move up to joint second, United were stunned by Jack Baldwin’s stoppage-time equaliser. Tannadice boss Courts admitted: ■ Alasdair fraser “It was gutting in the end. Our attitude and application was pretty evident, but we lacked a bit of control and composure. “So even when they went down to 10 men, because we didn’t have that real control it was almost negligible.” Courts was left frustrated by United’s failure to see the game out. WE WERE A mAn up buT DiDn’T mAn up He added: “We expected a tight, physical game and that’s how it transpired. It probably wasn’t too high on real quality. “We’ve had a few 1-0 victories this year and normally the players can see it through, but it is always precarious. We saw that today. “We have an over-riding objective which is to hang on to the teams at the very top for as long as possible. We’re frustrated to pass up the opportunity to move joint second but by the same token, a draw was probably fair. “We absolutely came here for the win and got our noses in front, so a point is a little bit frustrating.” Courts also praised scorer Appere. He said: “It was a great composed finish and it was great to see him rewarded. He led the line really well and has given me food for thought.”

web www.sundaymail.co.uk THE voicE of ExpEriEncE sunday Mail November 28, 2021 65 Forget parochial and go For the panoramic HELPING Old Firm too short-sighted in modern world HAND Gio has full backroom team but Ange (below) is still a man alone celtic’s obsession with winning 10-in-a-row did for them last season. Rangers’ obsession with stopping 10-in-a-row did for them last Sunday. Connor Goldson’s words at Hampden after the Premier Sports Cup defeat from Hibs betrayed the truth. The Rangers players thought their work was done because they had delivered the meaning of life to the fans by winning one league title. Steven Gerrard emphasised the point at his first Aston Villa press conference when he spoke about having a remit at Ibrox – and having fulfilled that remit. Now Rangers and Celtic have managers who are capable of changing the supporters’ mindset from the parochial to the panoramic. And they need to see the bigger picture. Likewise, the people who employ Giovanni van Bronckhorst and Ange Postecoglou have to up their game at the same time. To the wider world, 10-in-a-row means the square root of sod all. Outsiders think it signifies a lack of proper competition, that’s all. The challenge for a Dutchman and a Greek Aussie is to rise above a domestic squabble and think European. Van Bronckhorst has, quite rightly, assembled a mini-army of people he trusts behind the scenes and made a positive opening statement by progressing in the Europa League following Thursday’s defeat of Sparta Prague. The biggest gift he can bring to the club is the introduction of a continental dimension. A narrow-minded attitude in Glasgow’s claustrophobic atmosphere only leads to one thing for Rangers and Celtic. Developmental suffocation. When Giovanni was appointed, Rangers Sporting Director Ross Wilson said modern, innovative football clubs always had to have a swift succession process in mind. It was, to my way of thinking, a not very subtle dig at Celtic over the tortuous Eddie Howe fiasco. But what makes Celtic’s Europa League campaign look more praiseworthy in hindsight is that Postecoglou, within the space of four months, turned the wreckage he inherited at short notice into something so positive. He was only eight minutes away from becoming the first Celtic manager in history to win a European tie on German soil against Bayer Leverkusen. The belated defeat is still to Ange’s credit because he remains in control of a club who have yet to even address the question of a director of sport and denied him the backing behind the scenes that van Bronckhorst enjoys. He is, to all intents and purposes, a man on his own. But if you can feel disappointment over losing to a Bundesliga side on their own ground then advances are being made. You can compromise your principles or else pay the cost of having principles – and Postecoglou is determined to be his own man. At least Celtic had a proper press conference where questions, relevant or otherwise, could be asked. Rangers need to match van Bronckhorst’s continental sophistication in that regard. The club carefully stage-managed the media conference to unveil their new manager on Tuesday, admitting the press members, who are normally excluded on the basis that they refuse to pay cash for questions, and using them like extras in a crowd scene from a movie. The following day they refused BT Sports permission to work inside Ibrox because former Celtic striker Chris Sutton was one of their pundits. If you had turned on the national broadcaster looking for radio commentary of the tie with Sparta Prague there was none due to Rangers’ longrunning dispute with the BBC. And today, at Livingston, Giovanni will wonder where everyone’s gone after the game because he’ll be back to talking to two men and a dog as the mainstream media are once again denied access. Not very modern or innovative. Short sighted rather than panoramic. Van Bronckhorst has a world vision, having played in England’s Premier League, La Liga with Barcelona and with Holland in a World Cup Final. Alfredo Morelos, as predicted here last week, has jumped to attention in response. Even a party goer knows when it’s time to get dressed and go to work. The club should respond to the high profile that van Bronckhorst brings them and rise above rows in the steamie. Meanwhile, Celtic must react to the Gio force propelling the neighbours and give Ange a bigger hand to realise his vision of moving them forward. I’m not a clairvoyant, mate, but one guy’s got a head start and that staffing situation needs to be evened up or the race is over prematurely. A narrowminded attitude only leads to developmental suffocation Scott Brown will feel emotionally dizzy today as he faces the club he graced. Aberdeen’s form suggests a career winding down rather than one winding up the opposition. I hope he gets a UEFA Fair Play award for his solidarity with Glen Kamara, just to hear him explain it to his kids after the barneys, blow-ups and mayhem in his wake. AbusE of plAyErs HAs To sTop We must be worried about deteriorating relations between players and fans. Aberdeen’s Funso Ojo misses today’s game against Celtic due to the red card he received last weekend against Dundee United. The home fans at Tannadice cheered the sending-off as if a goal had been scored by their team. This followed the supporters witnessing one of their number clashing with Ojo and subsequently being arrested and charged with assault. The supporter has since had his season ticket cancelled by United. If you look at the television footage of the incident scores of young people not yet old enough to shave thrust themselves forward to hurl abuse in Ojo’s direction. Players take the knee before games to be respectful of people of colour. Fans abhor racism and react badly if a foreign player brings it to our doorstep. So what about appreciating a players’ right to feel the pitch is his workplace and not somewhere he can be targeted? The day that players feel unsafe doing their job is the day we don’t have a game any more. Ukraine were unbeaten in their World Cup qualification group. They wouldn’t have looked out of place among the seeded teams in Friday’s draw. Scotland don’t play them until March so, for the next four months, you ignore all of the above. Reality is suspended out of respect for bravado. The real world can wait until we need to face it.

66 Sunday Mail November 28, 2021 email reporters@sundaymail.co.uk LIVINGSTON v RANGERS TODAY, 12pM, TONY MACARONI ARENA, SKY SpORTS BRISTLING WITH CONFIDENCE Devlin, with his charity ‘tache, is looking up table Gaffer’s faith has got Lions in good Nick Skipper Nicky Devlin insists boss David Martindale’s promise that Livingston will not be relegated gave his players a huge boost. The guarantee from the gaffer came when the Lions were stuck deep in a rut. It got his Livi players more united than ever and, after winning just one of their opening nine league games, they’re now unbeaten in five with champions Rangers up next. Defender Devlin admits that it heaped expectation on their shoulders early in the campaign. As he prepared for Gers’ visit today, he said: “What the gaffer said about us staying up did put pressure on us. But it also gave us confidence that, even though we were on a poor run, we had his full backing. “He tells us every day that we can stay up. He knows that when we get it right we are a good team. “Hearing it in the press actually gave us a boost. And what you get from the gaffer in public is what he is like day to day with us. “He is open and upfront. As a player that’s all you can ask for. You want to know where you stand and he lets you know. “When you go out on the pitch, you want to do well for yourself. “But because of the type of manager he is, you want to do well for him as well. “That’s because of the belief he puts in ■ Scott McDermott you before games. When he said we wouldn’t go down, it made us want to go that extra yard for him. “We rely on him. When we win games it’s because we’ve worked harder than the opposition. “That’s the ethos this club is built on and it has served us well so far.” Livingston are now moving clear of the relegation play-off spot and within sight of the top six. Their bond as a squad will be evident today and not just in their play. Every player will sport a moustache for ‘Movember’ to raise funds for men’s health charities after teammate Daniel Barden was diagnosed with testicular cancer. Although captain Devlin isn’t too pleased with his own effort at a mouser. He said: “It’s not going great for me! But Jason Holt has a good moustache and Andrew Shinnie had one already, to be fair. “It’s for a great cause and we’ve managed to raise a bit of money and awareness. It’s been good for team bonding and the club are massive on that. “At Livi you have to fit into our work ethic and the way the dressing room is. That’s one of the biggest things the manager looks for when he brings people in.” OLD FIRM NEED A PANORAMIC VISION HUGH KEEVINS: PAGE 65 THE GLORY Miller: Aribo’s set to flourish in Gio’s free role but I fear Gerrard will try to sign him Kenny Miller believes Joe Aribo will get freedom to excel in his new role under Rangers boss Gio van Bronckhorst. But the club’s former striker hopes Aribo doesn’t end up fleeing Ibrox if ex-gaffer Steven Gerrard comes calling. Miller is a huge fan of the Gers midfielder, who was given more licence to get forward by van Bronckhorst in Thursday night’s 2-0 Europa League win over Sparta Prague. The Dutch coach tinkered with Gerrard’s previous formation, going with a 4-2-3-1 shape that saw Aribo more advanced and up close with frontman Alfredo Morelos. Miller felt it gave Aribo more space to hurt the Czech side in the danger areas. The Nigerian international could have scored a first-half brace but hit the bar and knocked a close-range effort over. Miller is convinced he can thrive in this Rangers team playing further forward, with Ryan Kent and Ianis Hagi on either side of him. But knowing how highly old boss Gerrard rates Aribo, he fears Aston Villa might try to tempt the 25-year-old to the Midlands. Of all the Gers stars Gerrard could go for, Miller feels Aribo and Kent would be his top targets. But in the meantime he’s excited to see what they can produce under van Bronckhorst. Miller said: “I really like Aribo. I like the way he plays. He’s Scott McDermott Gio can be a real Shot in arm Shota Arveladze recalls how a midseason switch did the trick for Rangers 20 years ago and reckons Giovanni van Bronckhorst can spark a repeat. When Dick Advocaat moved upstairs at Ibrox in 2001 and Alex McLeish replaced him in the dugout, Gers went on a 23-game unbeaten run which saw them win two cups. A Treble followed the next season and former Gers star Arveladze sees very technical, 6ft 2ins, looks after the ball – and for a big lad he’s got such quick feet. “He’s a clever player and suits the way Rangers want to play. Against a team with a really deep block, he can combine really well and go past players. “He’s got that ability and, remember, he’s still young. “If you were to ask me right now who Gerrard might come back to try to sign, it would be Aribo or Kent. “I know he really likes both players. They spent a lot of money on Kent and maybe they would pay big for either of them. “It depends what he’s looking for at Villa and who he’s got in those positions. “There would be four players I’d potentially be worried about leaving Ibrox. Along with Kent and Aribo, Glen Kamara and Nathan Patterson must be seen as big targets for a move. “They won’t all go. But of those, I think Steven would maybe come back for Aribo or Kent. The shackles were well and truly off Aribo on T h u r s d a y night. It was t h e m o s t LURKING Gerrard may fancy Aribo for Aston Villa similar signs now van Bronckhorst has replaced Steven Gerrard in the Ibrox hotseat. The Georgian is confident that, like Big Eck, van Bronckhorst will find all the talent required to be successful already in place and a change in approach will get the best from them. He said: “Gio has walked in with a new way of speaking and new people. Who knows what can happen? Dick noticeable change in the system. “ R a n g e r s played with two holders in Steven Davis and Kamara then three in front with Kent, Aribo and Hagi. “But at times the three of them were actually on the SAME side. “So there’s clearly real freedom for them to go and play. “They can be flexible to go and open up the game. “Aribo started centrally but ended up on the sides at times because he’s effective out there as well. “I think he can thrive in this system. It’s not too different to what he was playing under Steven but there’s certainly flexibility about it. “At times on Thursday night, Rangers actually dropped into a 4-4-1-1 with the wingers dropping deeper and Aribo playing off Morelos. “I’m interested to see how it’s going to look under Gio going forward.” Miller knows it’s early days for Rangers under van Bronckhorst and his Dutch backroom team after Gerrard left the club for Villa Park a fortnight ago. But he was impressed with their pressing style against Sparta, especially when they targeted Czech defender Filip Panak who made a horrendous error that led to Morelos scoring his second goal of the night. And although Aribo started centrally behind the Colombian, Miller says Hagi and Kent are just as capable of performing that role. He said: “The negative to that was old school and it got to the stage we needed someone to trust us, to let us express ourselves. “We went on this long unbeaten run under Alex, it shows that things can happen quickly that no one expected. “Alex didn’t change the system, he just tried to put everyone important in the team. I believe everybody now at Rangers will realise this is a different picture with a new manager.” system is that I think it’ll be really hard for Davo and Kamara to deal with everything right across the pitch in midfield. “Because they’ve got a man less there, compared to Steven’s 4-3-3 system. “You can’t ask them to shuttle wide for the entire game, it’s too hard as a two. “It’ll be interesting to see what Gio does but the wingers will have to work harder in those areas. “The positive is that you can put more pressure on the ball higher up. And that was a noticeable thing against Sparta particularly in the second half. “They pinpointed the Prague defender Panak because they identified him as a weakness. “They got at him and put him under pressure. “That’s how they got the second goal. They did it again in the middle of the pitch later on which started another attack. And it’s easier to do that with a recognised trio behind the striker. “It could have been Kent, Aribo or Hagi – any of them can play there. And it does suit all of those players to be flexible in that area.” Miller was delighted to see van Bronckhorst get off to a winning start as Ibrox gaffer and progress in Europe beyond Christmas. But he expects the new boss to face an entirely different challenge against Livingston in the Premiership this afternoon. The former Scotland striker, who had three stints at Gers, said: “It was a really positive result and great that it gets them into the Europa League knock-outs. “But they’ll face a completely different animal against Livi.” ARVELADZE belief

web www.sundaymail.co.uk Sunday Mail November 28, 2021 67 OF ROAM At times Aribo, Kent and Hagi were on the same side .. there’s now a real freedom for them to go and play I can’t believe Gers let six staff go his staff to leave the club together before facing Livingston today. The Lions boss thought the Ibrox board would have retained some of Gerrard’s backroom team for today’s trip to West Lothian. And he wasn’t surprised that Rangers were well beaten by Hibs in the Premier Sports Cup semi-final a week ago. New gaffer Giovanni van FROM BACK PAGE Bronckhorst got the club back to winning ways against Sparta Prague in midweek. But Martindale said: “I knew it would be difficult for Rangers at Hampden last week. “They lost six members of staff and that’s a big ask for any club. I wouldn’t have allowed it here. If they’d kept some of the backroom staff there wouldn’t have been a massive upheaval for the semifinal, Sparta and the game here. “It would have been a huge kick in the stomach for the players to lose Gerrard. It came out of the blue and happened so quickly.” Martindale expects new boss van Bronckhorst’s side to have plenty of appetite today. But he FREE FOR ALL the new system tried out by boss Van Bronckhorst (right) has given Aribo (left) a wide ranging role and (below) Miller with Allan McGregor also says his Livi players are hungry to pull off another shock after beating Celtic in September. He said: “Gio will know about Livingston, he’s played in Scottish football before. “He’ll know what to expect when Rangers are playing the underdogs. And he’s coming to an arena where we’re confident of taking points off anyone.” MARTINDALE shock DOUBLE Morelos Change of mood for Alfie ■ Fraser Mackie Mark Hateley hopes a debut double under Gio van Bronckhorst will revitalise moody Alfredo Morelos. The Ibrox icon admits it’s a guessing game after this season’s dip in form. Morelos bagged his eighth and ninth goals of the campaign as Gers qualified from their Europa League group with victory over Sparta Prague. Now Hateley hopes van Bronckhorst and new striker coach Roy Makaay can find the key to more consistency for Morelos. He said: “Where is Alfredo in his Rangers career? You had better ask him that but he took his chances against Sparta Prague. The first goal was very good and that set him up for his performance. “To get one inside 15 minutes is perfect for any striker and that’s how it worked out for Alfredo. His start to the game allowed him to build. “He did the right things, got his goals and the advice I would give to him is keep focusing on that. “One of Giovanni’s biggest tasks is to get Alfredo back to his best. He will be looking to get all the Rangers players hitting the standards of last season. “He’s one of those players who has to be kept under a tight rein but it’s up to the Rangers staff to do that. Can Roy Makaay do it? Good luck to Roy!” Hateley, speaking to promote his book ‘Hitting The Mark’, says Morelos has left himself open to criticism. He said: “He’s raised the bar so high everyone expects him to follow that. “You’re expected to hit that bar again and go over. “The fans have seen how good he can be and they expect Alfredo to go again.” ●Hitting The Mark by Mark Hateley with Alistair Aird. Published by Reach Sport at £18.99.

68 Sunday Mail November 28, 2021 email reporters@sundaymail.co.uk Ukraine rest up FROM BACK PAGE face Steve Clarke’s side for the right to play either Wales or Austria in a final shoot-out for a spot at Qatar 2022. Ukraine had 15 players from their Premier League in the squad for the last round of qualifiers. The league is set to go into a long winter shutdown next month and will only resume in the middle of February, Now new boss Petrakov, who was only given the job on a permanent basis last week, wants them to stop playing a few weeks later. He will demand that they postpone the fixtures of top clubs including Dynamo Kiev and Shakhtar Donetsk – the clubs most of the national side play for – before they travel to Scotland to prepare for the semi-final. He said: “I have asked the Premier League to move the games involving our players for a couple of weeks ahead of the match in Scotland. “I don’t want to cause too much disruption because it’s important the managers of the clubs are behind us. “But I think we should have as long as we can to prepare. “We want to fly to Scotland earlier, start training and wait there for our players who play in Europe. “I will leave the task of finding a good base and training facilities to our administrators. But I expect to arrive in Scotland by March 18 at the latest.” However, the Tartan Army could face a huge ticket scramble if Scotland and Wales win their semi-finals. Just 1800 briefs are likely to be allocated to Scots for a play-off final at the 33,280 capacity Cardiff City Stadium. But because FIFA rules do not state a minimum amount of tickets for away fans, that number could be even lower if Welsh football chiefs want to limit the number of Scots fans at the game. Wales did move a winnertakes-all World Cup qualifier with Scotland to a bigger venue before...but lost 2-0 as the vast majority of the 50,800 fans at Anfield roared Ally MacLeod’s men on to qualify for Argentina 78. MAKE A DATE WITH ARCHIE Dons supporters will get a rare chance to meet club legend Steve Archibald at a major fan event in Aberdeen. Archibald is jetting back to Scotland from his home in Barcelona to star in a chat show at The Tivoli Theatre in Guild Street next March. The former Scotland and Tottenham star said: “I’m excited to get back to Aberdeen and share a few stories.” For tickets to an Audience with Steve Archibald on March 16, 2022, visit www. headlineevents.online/events CELTIC v ABERDEEN Scott’s great to play next to and has done the lot in our game but Callum’s the benchmark Pittodrie star Ferguson is huge fan of Celts skipper McGregor SCRAP Lewis battles Brown and Cal (below) TODAY, 3PM, CELTiC PARK, CELTiC TV THE LONG GOODBYE Newcastle are ready to recall Matty Longstaff from his loan at Aberdeen. The midfielder, 21, joined the Dons in August but has made only five appearances, including just three starts, and is growing frustrated. The Magpies will now look to line up another loan with a Championship club in the January window. GLASS DIDN’T LOSE KIP DURING DIP A run of poor results as a football manager ■ Scott McDermott first permanent managerial gig. The Dons stop thinking about it. But when you’re normally results in sleepless nights. gaffer said: “I had a lot of messages winning, it’s thinking about what we But when Aberdeen gaffer Stephen and a winless 10-game run will make him from experienced managers saying that could be doing better. Glass was getting plenty of kip – despite a better boss. it’s the tough times that make you as a “If you can go to bed at night and sleep the Dons desperate form – he knew he Glass got off to a flier at Pittodrie before manager. then you’re doing the right things. was doing something right. his side hit a massive dip, being knocked “It’s true because if everything is “I know we are capable of more than That gave him the belief to carry on out of Europe and the Premier Sports Cup. smooth you’re not going to improve – it’s we’re getting – and deserve more – but what he was doing and get back on track. He showed resilience to arrest the slide how you handle difficult times. we are not feeling sorry for ourselves. His team are still a good bit away from but they’ve now lost their last two in the “We went through a difficult spell but “We are the only ones who can turn it where he wants them to be. Premiership. I actually slept well because I felt we were around and I’m certain we will. But he’s adamant that getting through that horrible patch of five straight defeats He needs a result at Celtic Park today but Glass is loving every minute of his doing the right things. “That sounds crazy because you can’t “The job is everything I expected. Things crop up that make it bigger and more

web www.sundaymail.co.uk Lewis Ferguson is delighted to have a former Celtic captain lining up beside him today at Parkhead. But the Aberdeen midfielder admits the current Hoops skipper is just as tough to play against. The 22-year-old admits it will feel a bit odd turning up in Glasgow’s east end with Scott Brown on the same side as him for once. But even together for the Dons, Ferguson knows they’ll have their work cut out trying to stop Callum McGregor running the show for the Hoops. He’s got to know the Celtic captain much better this season by training and playing with him in the Scotland squad. Ferguson believes he’s underappreciated for club and country and says no one should doubt McGregor’s ability. He has filled Brown’s boots at Parkhead since the legendary No.8 left for Pittodrie in the summer. And the Aberdeen ace knows that if he’s to fulfil his own potential at club and international level, McGregor is a standard bearer. As he prepared for the trip to Celtic Park this afternoon, Ferguson said: “It will be strange going there with Scott on my side. We’re so used to him being on the opposite team when we go to that stadium. “I’m sure it’ll be a bit strange for him too. But he’s been good for us. “He’s an experienced guy who played at the top level, hundreds of games, Champions League, winning trophies – he’s done everything in Scottish football. “So to have somebody like that next to you can’t do any harm, only good. “He’s always on at me but that makes me a better player and a better person.” So who is harder to play against, Brown or McGregor? Ferguson said: “I don’t want to answer that! Callum’s a really good player. “For the last three years, I’ve played directly against him. “And he’s pretty under-rated in what he does. He’s such a good footballer who rarely gives the ball away. “He’s so neat and tidy, he’s quick and gets about the pitch. Everything about him is top class. So it will be a difficult game against him. “I rate him so highly, as everybody in Scotland should. Callum goes under the radar a bit. Playing for Celtic, the forward players get more of the credit and the plaudits when they’re winning. “With Scotland it’s maybe the same. But he does his job and executes game plans perfectly. He’s just a really good midfield player and a tough opponent. “Callum is a starter for Scotland in most games so that’s the standard I need to reach. I look up to guys like him and think, ‘That’s Scott McDermott the level.’ He’s the benchmark I need to reach to become a starter for my country. “Going away with Scotland has helped me. Training with these guys, I’m in with loads of big names, some top-class Premier League players. “You see their habits even away from training, like in the gym, when you’re in their company. “They’re at the level I want to reach. It gives me an insight into what it takes to get there. Hopefully I can pick up some of those habits. “But the only way I get in the Scotland squad is by performing well for Aberdeen.” And going up against Celtic normally brings out the best in Ferguson. He has already scored FIVE goals against the Hoops – but is still without a win. He’s praying that changes this afternoon and, after an up and down campaign for Stephen Glass’ side so far, he wants a win over the Hoops to spark a run of good results. Ferguson said: “It’s always difficult against them, especially going down to Parkhead. “But I’m positive we can go there and get a result. I’ve scored plenty of goals against them but never been on the winning side. That just shows the attacking threat they have. “They always carry that and their front three at the moment are certainly producing. “We need to keep them quiet and be good defensively. Hopefully I can get another goal and maybe we can win this time.” The Dons have lost their last two games against Motherwell and Dundee United after looking to have turned a corner again. And Ferguson knows they need to start putting a run of wins together to climb back up the Premiership table. He said: “Our consistency as a team has to turn now. We had a good start to the season before hitting a bad patch. “We’ve shown good signs but the results have dropped off. We now need to go on a run where we pick up points. “And that needs to start now. We’ve managed to do better in the bigger games this season so we need the same this time.” Aberdeen scored twice early at Ibrox against Rangers last month but had to settle for a 2-2 draw. Ferguson doesn’t doubt they can cause Celtic problems but if they’re going to take anything back to the Granite City, they’ll have to be solid defensively against the likes of in-form Kyogo Furuhashi and Jota. He said: “The gaffer will have a plan for us to execute. But we need to be strong defensively, as you have to be in every game against Celtic. “Their front players are a threat so we need to be 100 per cent concentrated if we’re going to get anything. “Offensively, we can score against any team. But it’s the defence we need to focus on if we’re going to get a good result.” AS DONS WERE ON TRACK scrutinised. You don’t enjoy defeats. But any time you win is brilliant and we want that more often. “I am enjoying all aspects of it and I want to keep it going.” Glass oversaw an overhaul of the Dons squad in the summer and would like to tinker with it again in January if they can do a bit of player trading. He said: “We’ll do bits and pieces, depending on some of the lads who have not been playing asking away or other clubs liking them. There won’t be huge changes like in the summer but we would like to do something. “Experienced managers talk about the number of transfer windows. “We had one where the recruitment fell on us and it’s important we continue to build the club and change the age profile.” Glass has stuck to his beliefs, even during that sticky spell, which is something Celtic boss Ange Postecoglou is renowned for. The Aussie won’t change his philosophy for anyone and Glass admires him for it. He said: “Ange is clearly a top manager, he’s shown that. “He’s come into a different environment altogether and is handling everything thrown at him. And there’s been a lot. “It’s good to see someone who believes in themselves that much doing well. “We had a few words after the last game we played and he was supportive of me as well.” Sunday Mail November 28, 2021 69 Michael Gannon Fun’s over when idiot fans dabble in the dark arts There’s always a certain unspoken admiration for the dark arts in football. It might not be politically correct to admit it but we all take a wee knowing nod when you see a skilled wind-up merchant manage to get one of his rivals to lose the nut. We’ll see one of the masters at Parkhead today when Scott Brown returns to his long-time home with Aberdeen. The former Celtic skipper was so good at getting under the skin of opponents he could have worn some of them as a house coat. Countless times have we seen opposition players lose their marbles against Brown and end up getting themselves booked or even sent off. The Alfredo Morelos incident at Celtic Park a few years ago was the great example. The Rangers man blew a gasket eventually and the Hoops captain was left trying to stifle his sniggers as his foe marched up the tunnel. It’s all part of the game. You see it all the time. A player is on the end of a bad tackle and yet he’s the one who ends up soaking in the early bath. These guys are human and they all have a breaking point. But what isn’t on is fans being allowed to influence the matches and the referees. Which is why Bobby Madden sending Funso Ojo off for Aberdeen wasn’t just a daft call. It was dangerous. The brain-dead Dundee United fan who allegedly shoved the Dons player might have been slapped with a ban but he ended up the winner. Ojo showed amazing restraint not to knock the clown out of his Sports Direct trackies but even going back to confront him was enough to get a second yellow and a red card. It’s bonkers. The decision was a dud in the first place but the SFA not scrapping it in the aftermath has just opened the doors to the idiot factory. What’s to stop other fans trying it on now? Your team is a goal down and the game is being bossed by a rival’s star man. He comes over to take a throw in, so what do you do? Let’s give him a shove and see if he reacts. Boom. Man down, game changed. It’s not on. No one is saying players should be allowed to lamp anyone who dares go near them from the stands. But at the same time they need to know they will be It’s bonkers .. what’s to stop other fans from trying it? It’s not on BROWN wind-up master OJO victim in United game protected by the men in the middle. It’s the same with abuse. Players can cop sickening stick from fans for 90 minutes but if they dare to turn around and ram up a middle finger, they are the ones who end up with first dabs on the team shampoo. We’ve got this upside down. Players are told they need to be mindful of their actions on the pitch as it can have consequences on the terraces. But it also works the other way around. Officials have to take into account the behaviour of the buffoons on the sidelines before they enforce the letter of the law. The SFA will say their hands were tied over Ojo. Gie’s peace. Our lot make up rules on the hoof whenever it suits them. They’ve bent the rule book so much over the years it’s a miracle the pages haven’t fallen out. Scottish football is a fierce environment. Our grounds can be angry bear pits at the best of times and you’ve got to give credit to our players for being able to keep their cool pretty much all of the time. In any other walk of life we would be scraping them off the cobbles after some of the carry on they need to suffer. So let’s support them. Leave the dark arts to the masters on the pitch and keep the dimwits out of the equation.

70 Sunday Mail November 28, 2021 email reporters@sundaymail.co.uk celtic v aberdeen TODAY, 3pm, CELTIC pARK, CELTIC TV Skipper eyes 10 in a row FROm BACK pAGE four points behind the champions at the top of the table. They’ll attempt to cut that gap today with a home clash against Aberdeen while Gers visit Livingston. McGregor is desperate to rack up victories in December, including the League Cup Final against Hibs, which he hopes can fuel a title tilt in 2022. The Celtic skipper said: “We want to keep the momentum going because this is a really important period for us. “When you get to the end of November and December, there are so many games. You get them coming at you every three or four days. “This is always a part of the season we look at and think, if we can go really strong between now and the break, hopefully we’ll be in a good position at the callum McGregor will walk out with Scott brown at Parkhead carrying wreaths in memory of european cup winner bertie auld today. The current Celtic captain reckons that, in future, his predecessor will be hailed alongside the club’s most iconic players. McGregor took the armband from Brown in the summer when the legendary Hoops midfielder moved on to Aberdeen. The Scotland star admits he’s trying to emulate his former team-mate in the role as Celtic’s leader, while at the same time being his own man. But McGregor knows that with a trophy haul of 22 in a decade at the club, Brown will forever be revered by supporters, just like the late, great Auld. As he prepared to go to battle with Brown for Premiership points this afternoon, the Celtic skipper said: “Myself and Scott were always talking when he was here. “He was brilliant for me when I was coming through in terms of always giving me any help he could. “Then over the last few years we got really close. “He was such a great leader so there were always bits where I’d try and learn from what he would do in any given situation. “But at the same time I’d try to put my own spin on it as well. “Do I copy anything he did? Just the way he led. He was always such a presence in our changing room. “He took responsibility for the players on his shoulders and just let everyone else go and play. I think that’s Calmac and Broonie will jointly pay tribute to Auld Scott Mcdermott important, that the boys feel they have a go-to guy. “I will take the responsibility and let them play, let them enjoy their football. “That was something Scott was very good at, being that focal point in the dressing room. “He’s coming back to Celtic Park for the first time since he left and as a club we also want to show our appreciation for Bertie and what he did for Celtic. It will be a great tribute. “We’ll be trying to create a special atmosphere for him and then we need to try to match that with the result. “It will be a big occasion for Scott as well. He was hugely successful here, a real legend for the club as well. “So it’s fitting that we’re able to honour Bertie with one of our other greats. “Although, for us, we have to look at the game itself because we need three points. “That means trying to take the emotion out of it as much as possible to focus on what we need to do. “Once the game is over we will have a chat but for the 90 minutes both of us will be doing everything we can to win the game for our respective teams.” If Celtic are going to take all three points from Stephen Glass’ side, they’ll need one of their current experienced heads to be at his best again. Goalkeeper Joe Hart is vice-captain to McGregor and is gradually becoming a key figure in Ange Postecoglou’s dressing-room. In Thursday night’s Europa League defeat to Bayer Leverkusen, the former Manchester City and England No.1 pulled off a couple of outstanding stops to keep his side in the game. For the first time since Fraser Forster left, it feels like Celtic have a keeper they can rely on to produce Scott was such a great leader and presence in the changing room big moments at crucial times. McGregor says Hart has brought the same kind of quality as Forster who became a huge favourite during five years with the Hoops. He said: “Joe is massive for us and made two huge saves in Germany against Leverkusen. “Celtic have a history of having brilliant keepers, it’s something which is pretty synonymous with the club. “If we mention Fraser Forster, I’d say Joe is of a similar stature. “He’s a really experienced player so POSTECOGLOU goal turn of the year. We are trying to build momentum, in terms of performances and results. “During this period you’re in a cycle of play, recover, then play again. “But if you can get into that pattern, the team is feeling good and you’re getting results, it can quite quickly snowball into real momentum. “That’s something we’ve always tried to do here and I’m pretty sure we’ll be trying to do it this time around as well.” When asked about closing the gap on Rangers, McGregor insists it’s about taking Postecoglou’s message on board. He said: “We just have to look at what we are doing. “We’re a relatively new team with a lot of new players. We focus on trying to improve. If we do that, we’ll try and make sure we take maximum points. “There are a lot of big games coming up and we want as many wins on the board as we can.” It’s fitting we’re able to honour wee Bertie with one of Celtic’s other greats we didn’t really worry about him in terms of him settling into the team. “He’s at a good age, he’s a good personality as well so it’s great to see him doing so well here. “I’m sure he’ll always be pushing to get better. That’s the same for all the players, we’re always trying to improve and I’m sure Joe will be exactly the same.” The 3-2 loss in the BayArena condemned Celtic to the Europa Conference League, which at least gives them big games on the continent after Christmas. With the Premier Sports Cup Final on December 19 and the task of catching Rangers in the title race, there’s plenty to keep Postecoglou’s men busy. A n d McGregor, who has been there, seen it and done it at Parkhead, would not have it any other way. He said: “It’s full on for us now. The Conference League will be another big challenge when that comes around and we have a big cup final to look forward to next month. “That will be exciting for the players and the manager as well and everyone here is looking forward to it. “But we’re Celtic and you should always want to be playing in big games.” LIONS LEGEND Auld was Celts hero

web www.sundaymail.co.uk Sunday Mail November 28, 2021 71 UP FOR THE CUPS McGregor and Brown savour Scottish Cup glory in their last season together and the Hoops captain says he learned so much from his old team-mate about how to handle role GOOD SIGNS Faddy coached McLeish’s Scots Clarke going for long haul current group of players so highly, he’s adamant a World Cup spot can trigger regular appearances at major tournaments again. Faddy, who won 48 caps for Scotland, said: “Ukraine are a team we can beat. They did alright at the Euros last summer but it’s a game we can go into with real confidence that we can win. “Steve has done brilliantly to get a real spirit within the squad because the talent has always been there. “They’ve really grown in the last year to 18 months. My fear after the Euros was that was it. “But the performances since have shown the players have actually kicked on. The squad has got stronger. “We’ve got competition in every position now. And when you’re winning games confidence is easier to find. We’ve got a belief and a swagger now. “We’re getting better and the squad is at a good age. There’s definitely another couple of tournaments at least in this squad. I don’t have any fear against Ukraine. I’m confident we can get the job done.” McFadden was part of Alex McLeish’s backroom team before the manager was replaced by Clarke in 2019. A damaging 3-0 defeat in Kazakhstan signalled the end of their dugout reign. But Faddy swears that even at that low ebb he could see the makings of a talented side. Clarke has developed and improved the players as well as recruiting the likes of Lyndon Dykes and Che Adams. Faddy said: “I saw a group of players who had obvious talent. And I had confidence in their FROM BACK PAGE ability. When I worked there, if we could get our best players on the pitch we got good results. “People say you should be beating Israel and Albania but we still had to do it. I always felt we had the players. I always believed in them but it was whether they believed in themselves. “I get battered for it but I’m a Scotland fan and I want the team to do well. And genuinely I had a belief that if they could find that spirit and willingness to turn up every time we would get the rewards. “They don’t look for excuses now. These boys are there every time and want to do well. “Getting strikers in has been massive. Lyndon does the stuff people take for granted up front but the criticism of him and Che was they wouldn’t score enough goals. “But Lyndon got four in a row then Che got two on the spin. That’s because the manager believes in them and has stuck by them.” Clarke has revealed it’s unlikely he’ll be able to get his squad together for a training camp before the play-offs. The manager said: “It’s very difficult to get the players away outside the international windows. I don’t think it’s realistic. “I might try and get round a few of them.” ● James McFadden was attending the Scottish FA and McDonald’s Grassroots Football Awards. The awards celebrate the volunteers who go above and beyond for the grassroots game. Find out more at www.mcdonalds.co.uk/ football.

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sunday maIl SEVEN DAYS novemBer 28, 2021 3 I’ve just ordered a pack of about 10,000 Christmas cards designed by none other than my son Junior and I can’t wait to send them out. Every year, the kids work in secret to design their own card in school and, like any proud mum, I order way too many and take pride in sending one to every person I know. It’s such a wonderful tradition Jean Johansson tv presenter and gIrl aBout town follow jean on twitter @jean johansson and a big part of getting in to the festive spirit so I can’t believe there are people who think Christmas cards should be a thing of the past. I’ve cottoned on to recyclable materials and I often buy charity cards so I’m moving with the times but to send a e-greeting, or no card at all, is a step too far and a sad day. I still have an address book I’ll never tIre of new trend Apparently the dark circles under my eyes have become a new Tik Tok trend. Believe it or not, I can bin the concealer and walk around looking absolutely knackered and no one will bat an eyelid. Social media users are intentionally painting dark circles using eye shadow and I couldn’t be happier to be bang-on trend for once. One user decided to embrace the look after struggling with dark shadows for years and, weirdly, the trend has taken off around the world. Go figure. Apparently the secret is to swipe a bit of colour under the eye then smudge it for a subtle effect. Well, I’m achieving that look naturally on a daily basis. Over the past few weeks, I’ve filmed a Place in The Sun in France, travelled to Belfast for Celeb Mastermind, recorded a Christmas show for Channel 5 in Manchester and filmed a Hogmanay show in Glasgow – I’m exhausted, and now I can proudly show it off. I’m delighted Lawrence beat me in awards Race Drag queen is worthy Bafta winner I had a wonderful time at the Scottish Baftas last week and although I didn’t win, I was honoured to see my name up there with stars such as David Tennant and Martin Compston. It was a smaller ceremony than usual but there was plenty of showbiz and Hollywood glamour on show at the BBC Scotland reception. It was great to see Edith Bowman take the helm as host in a chilled and friendly atmosphere with guests enjoying a catch up and mingling with other humans after last year’s virtual event. I sampled a couple of glasses of champagne and giggled backstage with star of Netflix hit Sex Education, Ncuti Gatwa, and I had a total fan girl chrIstmas cards are stIll a claus for joy and I ‘ll pop a bit of Michael Bublé on while I look people up, write a heartfelt messages and stick a stamp on an envelope. What’s wrong with that? I feel absolute joy when I receive a card and I love lining them up on the fireplace. Call me old fashioned but that’s what Christmas is all about. moment when I bumped in to Mission Impossible 2 star Dougray Scott (he’s as handsome in real life). When the Audience Award came around, I enjoyed the clip of me presenting A Place In The Sun and I allowed myself to digest all the nice things that were said about me. I’ll probably never be nominated again so I had to enjoy the moment. There was absolutely no disappointment not to win, the competition was fierce and I’m honestly thrilled that Ru Paul’s Drag Race winner Lawrence Chaney took the prize. The “Favourite Scot on Screen Award” is so special because it was voted by you and I think it’s huge that a larger-than-life drag queen sashayed away with the trophy. I will now forever be known as “Bafta-nominated Jean Johansson” and that’s good enough for me. let’s drInk to phone-free puBs I think digital detox areas in pubs are a great idea. I love a selfie and posting pics on a glam night out but for a catch-up with friends down the local boozer, I could really do without a handset. I also hate being out with people who are constantly on their phones, there’s nothing ruder than someone scrolling or posting while you’re trying to have a conversation with them. We need to start engaging with each other uninterrupted again. When we go out, my son Junior will often say to me, “No phones, mum” and that’s when I know I’m spending too much time on it. I must admit I’m guilty of doing a “check –in”, taking pics of my food, paying with my phone and posting about the experience. My habits are just different now. I used to love going to the pub on a Sunday and taking my time reading all the weekend papers, eating, chatting to folk and just hanging around. Those were the days. This week TV presenter Jeremy Vine found himself in a quiet pub where customers are asked to put their phones away and I reckon it could catch on. The pandemic has given people tech fatigue and now that we’re doing everything on handsets, a few hours without them would surely do the world of good. In fact, studies show taking a break from tech can boost overall wellbeing and help fight sleep disorders, anxiety and depression. Bring back darts, pub quizzes and pool tables I say and make more pubs a phone-free zone. INSIDE: RIght at homE 15-21 tv 22-30 7 NIghtS 31-35 PLUS PUzzLES Post Email on trend Tired eyes competition Jean lost out to Lawrence Chaney, above grand designs School cards Internet Get in touch Phone twitter put it away Mobile Seven Days, One Central Quay, Glasgow, G3 8DA sevendays@sundaymail.co.uk 0141 309 3886 www.sundaymail.co.uk @Sunday_Mail EDItoRIaL dawn.chantry@reachplc.com PIctURES lara.scott@reachplc.com

4 SEVENDAYS@SUNDAYMAIL.CO.UK I sleep like I’m in a coffin with false lashes on Oops, we think we’ve triggered Amanda Holden. Our phone alarm has just gone off accidentally mid-interview and she’s covering her ears. “That’s sending shivers down my spine, it’s my wake-up call,” she laughed. Like every weekday, Amanda’s been up since 4.30am for her Heart Radio breakfast show – but you’d never guess. Not only is she sparky and chatty, she’s rolled out of bed looking glamorous. “I sleep in a false lash, I sleep like I’m in a coffin,” she said, crossing her arms like Dracula. “I get up as late as I can and turn it round in 20 minutes.” Today, Amanda is lending her pizazz to a new job, as the face of Charles Worthington London. It’s a result all round as she now has “boxes” of the hair brand she, husband Chris Hughes and daughters Alexa, 15, and Hollie, nine, have loved for years. “I use the Volume & Bounce hairspray every day, because there are always paps waiting – it’s always a red carpet day for me,” she said. “So I have to maintain. But I’m a girl who maintains for her own dignity anyway.” And it’s not just her blow-dry she’s holding on to with aplomb. Aged 50, Amanda has never looked better, felt happier or been more in demand. Here, she gives us the lowdown on everything from beauty, love and family life to Britain’s Got Talent… Congratulations on landing your first hair campaign… Good things come to those who wait. It’s something I’ve always wanted. I’ve watched my peers doing it and thought, ‘Gosh, it’s never going to happen to me. I’m 50 and it’s passed me by’. But this is the perfect marriage with Charles Worthington. They know what they’re doing, I know what I’m doing BGT judge and radio DJ Amanda Holden on rolling out of bed looking great at 4.30am and her plans for Christmas work mode With fellow BGT judges David Walliams, Alesha Dixon and Simon Cowell and on her radio show Lynne HyLand and 50 doesn’t really mean anything any more. I look at women like J Lo, Kylie and Jennifer Aniston turning that age and being so amazing. It’s the new 30. Did you have any wobbles at the milestone? No, I think I had more of a wobble when I turned 30. I got divorced and I was like, ‘S***, I’m 30. I’m supposed to be having children and stuff’. But at 50, I think I was just in such a good place. I just went, ‘Yeah, I’m 50, I feel fabulous and I just don’t care’. What makes you so happy right now? My family, being in love, having good people in my life that look after me. My husband – God, we are different people but he is my biggest, proudest champion. He’s not a yes man, but he is “Go, Mandy” all the time, so it’s just wonderful. ` Not many people use the phrase “in love” after 13 years of marriage.. Oh, I really fancy Chris. We’ll be in a restaurant, he’ll go to the loo, then I’ll look up, catch a glimpse of a man and think, ‘He’s fit’ – and then realise, ‘That’s my husband! I still fancy him!’ He challenges me and I challenge him and I think that’s the secret to a good marriage. He must fancy you too. For starters, you seem to be ageing in reverse… I have been called Mandy Button in the past, which is such a flattering thing. It’s brilliant. I do look after myself. I run, I do yoga, I’m a vegetarian. But I do love a drink. I don’t deny myself anything. After lockdown and us all being denied our freedoms, I just think, ‘Don’t deny yourself now, just enjoy life’. Everything in moderation but if you want a glass of wine or a doughnut, have one. Life is too short. I’m not one of those all or nothing people. I can’t live like that. What’s your skincare secret? The biggest thing for me is not using the same product all the time, I try to change everything up at least every three to four months. I also have a treatment called Morpheus Eight, which is basically stamping your face to make the collagen rush to it and give everything a lift. It’s amazing. Did you really miss not being able to have clinic treatments last year? It was massages I missed more than facials. I just missed going to a professional, rather than my husband doing it with strings attached. He’s really good at massage but that always comes at a price... You work it out [laughs]. It’s lucky you fancy him then… [Laughs even more] He’s got very strong thumbs. Would you ever consider

I missed having professional massages, rather than my husband doing it with strings attached. It always comes at a price... SUNDAY MAIL SEVEN DAYS NOVEMBER 28, 2021 5 quality time With hubby Chris and daughters Hollie and Lexi having any cosmetic surgery? I don’t know because my gene pool is a good gene pool. I’m really lucky. We’ve got big cheeks in our family and good jawlines. So I think as long as that’s all staying like that, I don’t mind. I don’t think I look 50 but I don’t think I look 30. I just like people saying I look good for my age and that’s how I’d like it to continue regardless of if I’m 60, 70, 80, whatever. I’d like to be going, ‘I’m 95, you know’. No plans to give up on the maintenance then? No but Chris and I always say, ‘Shall we go to seed in our 70s and just eat and drink what we want?’ I’m like, ‘I don’t know, babe. We’ll make a decision then’. I keep thinking I’ll be retired but I probably won’t be, I enjoy it all too much. I’ll slow down a bit and hopefully have some grandchildren by then. I don’t want my kids to wait until they’re nearly 40 as I’ll be dead. Are you still ambitious? I think “ambition” has often been a word you would use to describe a female baddie in a novel, someone conniving. But I think it’s a positive word. I’m still striving for more, even though loads of my ambitions have been fulfilled. I’ve pitched something that’ll hopefully be done by the BBC. Any big plans for Christmas? We’re going away for Christmas for the first time, to the Caribbean, just me, Chris and the kids. It’s something I’ve always said I wouldn’t do but I got so cross with lockdown, I just don’t want to be here. I want to be in the warm. My teenager will hate it but it will probably be the last one I get her. She’ll be off with friends soon. Your girls are growing up so fast. How does it feel? It’s horrible it goes so quickly. I look back at gorgeous pictures and think, ‘I really didn’t appreciate them when they were young’. Lexi is taller than me now and a beautiful girl. She’s confident but quiet and studious – not got into any kind of mishaps yet. And Hollie is a mini-me. She’s a complete fairy – she dances and sings at every opportunity. We’re really lucky. We’ve got two really good, healthy, gorgeous girls but time is our greatest enemy. That’s why I make every second count. We’re excited about the return of I’ve been called Mandy Button in the past, which is such a flattering thing. Britain’s Got Talent... It’s always my January and it’s so great to have it back – hopefully in the correct way. Let’s just get rid of the masks, get the people in the audience. If people can go back to the theatre, they can come back to Britain’s Got Talent. Are you looking forward to outraging viewers with your outfits? I laugh at how a bit of side boob can cause such a furore. I find it funny. We should be able to dress how we want. There’s no interpretation. I’m not sexy, it’s everyone else sexualising. I think I was the top complaint until Piers Morgan overtook me. Damn. Your side boob is officially less offensive than Piers storming off Good Morning Britain... I would much rather people be offended by how I look than by how I speak – 100 per cent.

6 Festive Jane wears Top, £200, Scotch & Soda; skirt, £79, Ghost; earrings, £4, Primark Jennifer wears Dress, £229, Rachel Stevens x Oasis; bar necklace, £27.99; drop necklace, £27.99, both Pilgrim Kinga wears Dress, £99, Oasis; earrings, £145, Soru Jewellery

Jane wears Dress, £259, Coast; heels, £55, Charles & Keith; earrings, £12, River Island Kinga wears Blazer, £69; trousers, £45, both Marks & Spencer; blouse, £375, Max Mara Studio at Fenwick; heels, £95, Charles & Keith; earrings, £38, Butler & Wilson Kinga wears Dress, £205, Sister Jane; heels, £49, Oasis; earrings, £4, Primark Jane wears Blazer, £185; trousers, £145, both Karen Millen; earrings, £4, Primark Jennifer wears Dress, £355, Scotch & Soda; boots, £69.99, Zara; earrings, £14, Next SUNDAY MAIL SEVEN DAYS JUNE 3, 2018 Balloons, £90, Bubblegum Balloons; drinks trolley, £369, Atkin & Thyme; Bottega Gold Prosecco, £21.99, The Bottle Club; glasses, £9.99 for 4, Aldi 9 TIME To pArTY Make a big impact in sensational sequins and statement details – perfect for an at-home soirée or a night out on the tiles Jennifer wears Green pyjama set, £210, Sleeper at Fenwick; earrings, £14, River Island Kinga wears Pink striped pyjama set, £40, Boux Avenue;earrings, £15, River Island Jane wears Leopard print pyjama set, £35, M&S Boutique; Ring, £160, Soru Throw, £12, Primark

8 Festive Kinga wears Dress, £39.99, Reserved; heels, £120, Dune London; earrings, £12; bag, £24, both River Island Jane wears Top, £358, 16Arlington at The Outnet; leggings, £45, River Island; heels, £49.99, Ego; earrings, £14, Next Jennifer wears Dress, £80; choker, £12, both River Island; heels, £159, Daniel; bag, £39, Warehouse

SUNDAY MAIL SEVEN DAYS JUNE 3, 2018 9 kinga wears Jumper, £29.99, Zara; trousers, £315, Pinko Jennifer wears Jumper, £59, oasis; skirt, £255, Max Mara studio at fenwick Jane wears top, £59.99; trousers, £59.99, both Zara’; heels, £49.99, ego; bag, £39, coast Jennifer wears dress, £755, edeline lee at fenwick; heels, £69.99, ego; earrings, £3, Primark Styled by: Harriet WHeeler and lauren GoodWin-Grafton Shot by: david venni hair and make up: Katrin rees usinG Marc Jacobs, cHarlotte tilbury and buMble and buMble; caroline PiasecKi usinG cHarlotte tilbury and Paul MitcHell modelS: Jane s at Grey Model aGency; Jennifer cole at linden staub; KinGa at Models1 Jennifer wears dress, £60, boohoo; earrings, £10, river island kinga wears dress, £85, sister Jane; earrings, £58, butler & Wilson

10 Festive BE a rEal gloW-gEttEr Party season is upon us get the complexion of their Our guide to at-home and there’s a dazzling dreams. new array of home Our beauty team selected treatments that give treatments designed to the most exciting new exfoliants, smooth, plump, perfect radiance boosters and face salon-worthy sparkle.. and revitalise your skin. masks and sent each shortlisted But which ones should product to five women to put all tried and tested by you dive into face-first? them to the real world test. That’s the question we posed Here are our winners – the ones our Real Beauty panel to our trusty testers for the that delivered on their promises second part of this year’s Real and truly put sparkle and spring Beauty Awards, dedicated to into testers’ skin to ensure you helping SevenDays readers glow for it all party season. l octavia lillywHite. real Beauty awards Beauty awards compiled By lynne Hyland and team 2021: lynne Hyland, laura mulley, octavia lillywHite, Zoe cripps, Katy Gale EXFOLIATING faCialS We were after a salon-quality treatment from the comfort of home – an instant night-out glow boost. But we also wanted benefits that got better with each use.. and we found them prEmIum (£30+) Drunk ElEphant Ephant t. l.C. Sukari BaByfaCial £67 This product is one of the hottest launches of the year, with a host of celebrity fans, and it more than lived up to the hype. “It immediately gave the same glow as an in-salon facial. It’s a bit like an Instagram filter in a bottle. My skin looked so much brighter and also felt incredibly smooth. I’ve been looking for skincare with a bit more of a punch – and this is it. If it’s good enough for Kim Kardashian…” Mia Bolton, Lancs “Fine lines appeared reduced and the glow was stunning. I used it before nights out and I had lots of compliments on my ‘dewy’ skin despite wearing barely any make-up. I usually use about six different skincare products at a time but this was like the benefits of all of them in one.” Megan Davies, Gwent WINNER WhÏnD Sahara Silk vaniS Shing Cr Eam Exfoliator £55 More than just a glow-giver. Testers loved the added benefits of softer, younger-looking skin. “My skin feels so smooth and hydrated, and looks radiant – like I’ve had a bespoke facial. I also noticed a slight lift as my skin had more elasticity to it.” Sabrina Rolfe, East Sussex HIGHLY COMMENDED

SEVEN DAYS Mass Market (UNDER £30) SOAp & GLORY IN N ThE E GLOw hOw 5% GLYc OLIc AcID ExfOLIATING TONI c £12 All our testers had great things to say about this product, as did their friends and families. “I was so excited to use this every day – my skin looked bright and radiant. Even my husband said, ‘You look great, what have you done?’ so it must have made a difference. I felt an overall youthful glow, my make-up application was more flawless and my skin appeared smoother.” Hayley Franklin, Notts “My face felt refreshed nearly all day – even after a hard day at work. My daughter commented that my skin looked brighter, so of course she then also had to use it. I have now been informed I need to start purchasing it now.” Nicola Hall, Co Durham WINNER cAUDALIE VINO pER fE Ec T GLYc OLIc pEEL MASk £22 Testers loved how easy to use this product was (“like putting on moisturiser”) and saw benefits from reduced pores to softer, smoother, glowier skin. “I’m amazed at the difference in my skin. It most definitely looks younger, with reduced fine lines, and my make-up goes on more evenly. I will 100% be purchasing this product. It’s now a crucial part of my facial routine.” Nicola Fletcher, Notts HIGHLY COMMENDED

12 Festive REJUVENATING face masks The best face masks feel like a treat to put on – a moment of luxury in a busy week. But it’s not just about pampering, we were also looking for results. These outstanding products delivered glowier skin from the first use BEST CREAM MASK esP Pa a tri- ri-a active regenerating PH yto-collagen PlumP Ping mask £60 Testers commented their skin looked fresher, plumper, hydrated and younger after trialling this product, and they all said they’d add it into their beauty regime. “As soon as I put this on my skin, I knew it was a quality product and it didn’t fail me. Afterwards, my skin felt nourished and revitalised. I had a smile on my face every time I used this. My husband said I was glowing and asked why I never age. I said a lady never tells.” Karen Heyes, Suffolk “This gave a significant boost to my skin’s look and feel. My skin felt soft, smooth and revitalised, looked a lot brighter and had a lovely radiant glow. I was really happy with the results and continue to see an improvement every time I use the mask.” Jo richie, Norfolk WINNER Honest Beauty Prime + Perfect mask £20 Memorable partly for the bright purple colour (one tester’s son said she looked like a blueberry!) but mostly for the super-soft, smooth and glowy results. “My skin felt amazing: so soft, nourished and moisturised – I couldn’t stop feeling it. The benefits lasted ages too. I noticed a good improvement to lines and wrinkles and my friend said my skin was looking amazing lately.” Stephanie Coffell, Tyne & Wear HIGHLY COMMENDED BEST ShEET MASK Decree sos revitalising sHeet masks £105 for 6, £20 for 1 WINNER Testers loved the immediate effect of these serum-soaked masks and the luminosity it gave their skin in the weeks after. “An absolutely fabulous face mask. My skin was transformed – it looked younger, fresher and brighter after each use. Friends commented on my smooth and glowing complexion. The results were even better when the mask had been in the fridge.” Laura Johnson, Lancs “At last! A face mask that actually fits in the right places and doesn’t slide off. After using it my face felt super-smooth, soft and radiant, with a subtle glow. I felt really good too – almost tranquil. The girls at work wanted to know what the product was so they could try it themselves.” Michelle Evans, Staffs

SUNDAY MAIL SEVEN DAYS NOVEMBER 28, 2021 13 WINNER HIGHLY COMMENDED gLOw REc cI Ip pE wATERMELON gLOw pINk JUIcE MOISTURIz zER £19.50 It wasn’t just our testers who noticed the radiance-boosting effects of this sweet smelling wonder cream – the benefits were there for all to see. “I received compliments daily about how radiant and healthy my skin looked. It gave me an instant dewy look and by the end of the trial, my skin was glowing. It can be difficult to get a good all-over cream for combination skin. With this, my skin felt and looked healthy.” Suzanne O’Sullivan, Surrey We wanted glowy moisturisers that were an immediate fix for tired skin but also boosted brightness and radiance over time RADIANCE BOOSTERS ARBONNE BRIghTENUp ILLUMINATIN g cREAM wIT ITh MINERAL BROAD SpE Ec TRUM Sp pF15 £55 All testers saw an improvement in skin brightness, both immediately and over the course of the trial. “Excellent – my skin looked beautifully radiant instantly. By the end of the trial, I noticed a good result. It made my skin feel softer and brighter and I got lots of compliments about my healthy glow.” Pat Wooding, Kent cRABTREE & EVELYN hYDRATINg gLOw FA cE MOISTURISER £32 Soft, supple, radiant skin in a pot, according to our testers, who gave this cream a universal thumbs up. “My face felt lovely and hydrated, with no dryness throughout the day. After four weeks, my skin looked smoother and had a lovely glow.” Vicki Longcake-Smith, Lancs “My face felt hydrated and had a glow, and my skin looked plump and revitalised. It’s a beautifully designed product, easy and economical to use, and great under make-up. It gave my face a real pick-me-up in the morning.” Heather Canham, Lincs HIGHLY COMMENDED Fancy being a Real Beauty tester? Scan the QR code or email testers@ reachplc.com to sign up! WITH LYNNE EWART Our brilliant astrologer takes a look at what the next Seven Days hold for you.. 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14 SEVENDAYS@SUNDAYMAIL.CO.UK BY Bridget Mcgrouther DO YOU KNOw A DEStINAtION brIDgEt ShOULD fEAtUrE? CONtACt hEr At b.MCgrOUthEr@ SUNDAYMAIL.CO.UK fOLLOw hEr ON twIttEr @ bSMCgrOUthEr Santa paws A pawfect present for dogs and their owners, check in to Kimpton Charlotte Square in Edinburgh at Christmas and lucky pooches receive a Pawsecco, specially made festive feast and stocking filler. In addition, £5 from every PAWfect Stay Package and vouchers will be donated to Edinburgh’s Dog & Cat Home. The five-star boutique hotel welcomes animals of any size and breed (even alpacas), as long as they can fit in the lift. Costing from £229, visit www. kimptoncharlottesquare.com POrtAbLE PrESSIES Perfect gift ideas for those who like to travel light, including your four-legged friends Star bright Independent fashion brand Belle- Modelle has launched its first BM branded women’s wear collection for autumn/winter 2021. This includes brightly coloured, joy-inducing sustainably stylish scarves made from 100 per cent bamboo in two bold prints, 18.95 each, and the Stella cuff in four fabulous designs, £20 each, both of which would make stunning stocking fillers, see belle-modelle.co.uk Ski whizz A blizzard of Christmas gifts including ski design cards, clothes, homeware and tree decorations have been launched by new UK brand Powderhound. The baubles, made from fine bone china, come in four Alpine styles, £16 each or £60 for four, www.powder hound. london Get me out here… Bee happy Neve’s Bees is on a mission to save wildflower meadows and pollinators with sales of their 100 per cent natural skincare and gifts. A new range of concentrated (water free) skincare has been launched that is within flight limits for cosmetics. Just a few drops of the daily facial serum, £20, will keep skin nourished all day. Body oils, from £19, are also super concentrated, so less to ship around. Handwritten gift cards can be included along with free wildflower seeds, nevesbees.co.uk Just fir you Smelling like Christmas trees, Noble Isle’s Scots pine range has uplifting notes of fir, juniper berries, violet and cedarwood. Completing the existing collection of shampoo, conditioner, bath and shower gel, handwash and candles are the new hand and body lotions. With natural extracts of Scots pine and heather, the vegan and cruelty-free products offer deep hydration. The body lotion is £26 and the hand lotion £21 – or choose a bespoke travel-sized gift set, www.nobleisle.com Bag this… Perfect for cyclists, walkers, wild swimmers, travellers and adventure enthusiasts, the Roll Top backpack from Stubble & Co has just been upgraded with three new colours: Tasmin Blue, Urban Green and Arctic White for those who like an alternative to black. The 20-litre bag with G clip is made from robust, recycled materials with a reflective trim and base, sealed seams and water-resistant zips, while it is exceptionally comfortable to carry. There is also a handy grab handle, a direct access 16” padded laptop compartment, side pockets for water bottles and inner zipped mesh stowaways for valuables. Costing £105, order at stubbleandco.com Tea time Tea doesn’t taste the same abroad, so it makes sense to pop some in your case. Edinburgh blender Pekoe Tea has a new Tea Studio on Edinburgh’s Leith Walk for bespoke blending. A festive blend is an ideal stocking filler as is a range of single malt whisky teas, Scottish fudge tea or Kinnettles Gold Scottish Grown Tea. From £2, gift cards are also available, www.pekoetea.co.uk Follow I’m A Celebrity… contestants to the Welsh countryside but with much more comfort in the 19th century Falcondale Hotel and Restaurant near Lampeter. A pre-Christmas “Sneakaway” includes afternoon tea on arrival, dinner one evening and two nights’ B&B. From £340 for two (£85pppn), book at www.rarebits.co.uk Lovely bubbly Why not flee frantic festive preparations and soak away all the stress in a relaxing hot tub break with Premier Cottages? Over 200 properties offer a slice of hot tub heaven throughout the UK, including destinations such as Airhouses in the Borders; Dannah Cottages, Derbyshire and Clock Farm House, Yorkshire. Visit www.premiercottages.co.uk Float your boat Self-drive boating holiday company Le Boat launched in France more than 50 years ago and the country has remained the operator’s most popular destination since. Book a boating trip to France for next year before December 1, 2021 and you can save up to 25 per cent. This discount applies to customers who pay in full at the time of booking. For example, seven nights sailing the Canal du Midi on board a Caprice, which sleeps up to six, is priced from £1229 per boat rather than £1639. Visit www.leboat.co.uk Fully booked Travel guide book brand Best of England has seen a boom in sales since the huge rise in popularity of UK staycations. As a result, the range of guides has been increased and original titles updated. The collection now includes the popular Pub Guide, Best of the South Coast and regional titles covering Yorkshire & the Lake District; the Cotswolds; Norfolk and Suffolk; Kent and Sussex; Cornwall, Devon & Dorset; London for Instagrammers and their most popular book to date – London. Costing £19.99 each, save 20 per cent when you buy more than one book or buy four and get one free at www.bestofengland.co.uk Christmas SOS While many people have suffered throughout the pandemic, the poorest areas of Latin America have been in crisis. Founded by the Latin America travel industry, the LATA Foundation, created to support grassroots initiatives, provides ongoing support including urgent relief for those most in need via its emergency Covid appeal. A range of Christmas gift vouchers have been introduced, from £5 to £100, to raise funds for vital causes, from a child’s food, clothing and education to rescuing mammals such as sloths and anteaters. Visit www. latafoundation.org/christmasgift

RIGHT AT HOME Apple of my eye Jewish fruit cake is one of the most delicious treats I’ve made in years Jewish apple cake INGREDIENTS •2 tsp cinnamon •5 level tbsp caster sugar •3 apples, peeled, cored and chopped into small dice •200g sugar •100g soft butter •150g full-fat soft cheese, at room temperature •1 tsp vanilla •2 eggs, lightly beaten with a fork •200g self-raising flour •¼ tsp salt Please send your favourite recipes to jscrumptious@hotmail.com When I asked my friend about this week’s column and what she looks forward to most about eating, the answer was swift – doughnuts. I was hoping for a secret family recipe or top tips for other Jewish treats but, no, she immediately went full Homer Simpson, wanting nothing other than a doughnut. Today marks the start of Hanukkah, which is Hebrew for “dedication”, and is also known as the Festival of Lights. It commemorates the victory of the Maccabees over the Syrian Greek Army and the miracle of rededication of the Holy Temple and restoring its menorah, or lamp. The miracle was that only one vial of oil was found with just enough for one day and yet it lasted for eight full days. Many of the foods eaten now when families celebrate the festival are fried – latkes and my friend’s doughnuts – to commemorate the oil. But it was while I was researching all the treats that I stumbled across another amazing Jewish apple cake, which has quickly become one of my favourites. It’s made with cream cheese which gives it a fresh and soft texture. Studded with little pieces of apple, it makes ones of the most delicious and moist cakes I’ve made in years. Everyone has a favourite apple cake recipe, whether a quick Dutch one or a more refined Normandy tart with perfectly sliced and crisp apples. The trick with this one is to leave it for a while in the tin but try to taste while still warm. It keeps really well too in a cake tin. METHOD 1Preheat the oven to 170C, gas mark 4. Grease a 10in spring form cake tin. 2Mix the cinnamon and caster sugar together in a small bowl. Set aside with the apples. 3Using an electric whisk, beat the sugar with the butter and cheese until smooth. Add the vanilla and gradually add the eggs. 4Add the flour and salt and two tablespoons of the cinnamonsugar mix. Blend together before folding in the apples. The mix will be quite stiff. 5Scrape into the tin and level out. Sprinkle over the remaining cinnamon sugar and bake for 50-60 minutes or until a skewer comes out clean. 6Allow to cool in the tin for 30 minutes, then remove.

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18 SEVENDAYS@SUNDAYMAIL.CO.UK With Aldo Zilli Blackberry and apple Eve’s pudding cake SLOW- COOKED LAMB RAGU INGREDIENTS Serves 6 • 4 tablespoons olive oil • 4 cloves garlic, crushed • 1 onion, finely chopped • 1 stick of celery, finely chopped • 1 carrot, coarsley grated • 1 tsp dried oregano • ½ tsp dried rosemary • ½ tsp smoked paprika • 1 tsp fennel seeds • ½ tsp crushed chillies • 2 bay leaves • 800g lamb shoulder or leg, diced • 2 x 400g can chopped tomatoes • 350ml chicken or lamb stock • 50ml dry white wine • 1 tsp red currant jelly • 1 tsp mint sauce • 1 tbsp Worcestershire sauce • Grinding of pepper • 600g pasta • Salt and pepper to taste METHOD 1In a large pan, gently fry the onion, celery and garlic in the olive oil to soften for about 5 minutes. 2Add the carrot and rosemary, oregano, fennel seeds, bay leaves, chilli and paprika, cook for another 2 minutes, stirring, then add the lamb. Cook for a few minutes, colouring the meat on all sides. 3Add the tomatoes, stock, white wine, mint sauce, redcurrant jelly, Worcestershire sauce and season with salt and pepper. 4Give it a good stir and bring to the boil. Turn the heat down, cover with the lid and very gently simmer for about 2 hours until the meat is falling apart. 5Stir occasionally and if it is getting too dry, top up with a little water. Add more salt and pepper if necessary. Cook the pasta as per the 6 packet instructions in boiling salted water, then drain, reserving some of the cooking liquid. Toss the pasta with the sauce, adding some pasta water if it’s too thick. 7Serve with freshly grated pecorino over the top. Ragu can mix it up with lamb MICHAEL KILKIE My top tip How did your lamb ragu go? Let us know. Feedback, questions or favourite tips? Get in touch @michaelkilkie Spaghetti bolognese is without a doubt the most famous ragu in the UK. A ragu is basically a meatbased sauce, which could mean beef as in a bolognese, sausages, pork, veal or indeed a mixture of more than one meat. However, today I’m using lamb, which makes an incredible ragu. Unlike a traditional bolognese, I’m not using mince, I’m actually using chunks of lamb that are cooked low and slow and begin to break up and become incredibly tender. Most of the ingredients are pretty traditional in terms of how you make a ragu – the building blocks of onion, celery, carrot and garlic are in there, more commonly known as sofrito. This is the base of most soups, stews and ragus in Italy, and across the world. I called them the building blocks and that’s because they are the foundation of a really good flavour base. There are however a few ingredients in there that you might think look a little out of place, especially if you’re comparing this to the bolognese you usually make. Mint sauce and redcurrant jelly are the most obvious, and possibly Worcestershire sauce, but they all make perfect sense when you think about about it because of their affinity with lamb. The flavour pairings are tried and tested and we know they work. You can serve any pasta you like with the ragu but I think pappardelle and spaghetti are best for this kind of sauce. And, remember, always keep back some cooking water from the pasta to help loosen the ragu to the desired consistency if it’s a little too thick and tight. Finally, I like to grate over pecorino instead of parmesan, just because it’s a sheep’s cheese but it’s up to you. Although the thought of mint with the pasta may seem a bit odd, it really works as lamb is obviously the main component of the dish. So when serving the pasta, why not try finishing with some fresh chopped mint? It’s deceivingly good. This blackberry and apple Eve’s pudding cake is pure comfort food on a dark, cold day – and so easy to whip up. INGREDIENTS SERVES 8 •500g Jazz apples, peeled, cored and sliced •50g soft brown sugar •125g unsalted butter •125g caster sugar •2 eggs •125g self-raising flour To serve: •A handful of blackberries and as much double cream as you like Method 1Put the sliced apples in a shallow ovenproof dish and sprinkle with the brown sugar. 2Cream the butter and caster sugar until fluffy. Add one egg and mix. Add the other egg and half the flour and mix again. 3Add the rest of the flour and a tablespoon of warm water and mix until everything is combined. 4Pour the mixture over the apples and bake for 40 minutes at 180°C/160°C fan/gas mark 4 until golden brown in colour. 5To serve, mash up a handful of the blackberries in a bowl and add to the double cream. Mix in and drizzle on top of the cake. For more information on Jazz apples, visit jazzapple.com

19 natural hideaway An arch can create sheltered seating fill in the cracks What should we use to fill hairline cracks on a pebble-dashed external wall? If it’s pebble dash, you will notice the repair and the only way to hide it is to paint the wall afterwards. The way we used to fill in cracks like this was to mix up a slurry mix of sand and cement and brush it into the crack – it really was as simple as that. However, now I use a product called Toupret Touprelith masonry repair or Toupret Mur Ex. Again, you just brush these products into the pebble dash. You can get both products from Crown Decorating Centres. Shining example Our black polished tiles have paler stains on them, maybe from cleaning fluids. Any ideas on removing stains and bringing back the shine? I have mentioned this product a few times because it’s the best stone/ceramic cleaner I have used. Lithofin Tile Polish will bring your tiles back to life and they also have a product called Lithofin Intensive Cleaner, which you can use before you apply the polish. Also take a look at Lithofin Stain Stop. CuttIng-In BrusH This is a paint brush for applying gloss, eggshell, satinwood etc and it’s called a cutting-in brush because the bristles are at an angle, allowing you to cut the paint into a fine line without using masking tape. Crown Decorating Centres sell these for under £5. stay high & dry After getting mould on an outside bedroom wall, I fitted a 6in air vent. However, when it is cold I still get condensation a foot from the bottom of the wall. It is cavity insulated with a double radiator on the other outside wall. Would insulation plasterboard on this wall stop the condensation? Yes, I think insulating the wall will solve the problem. Condensation only occurs when warm moist air hits a cold surface, so insulation will stop it from getting cold and keep the wall above the ‘dew point’. Once the wall is at room temperature, the insulation will prevent it from getting cold even once the radiator is turned off. Have you got a question for Donny? Email your query to d.chantry@ sundaymail.co.uk Tip of theWeek Following my candlewax tip, reader John Stimson said: “When we refurbished our house, the carpenter used ordinary grease on every screw, whether for hinges, locks etc. From arches to arbours, willow structures will look gorgeous in your garden – and with a little know-how, you can get the look without a hefty price tag alan titchmarsh Living willow sculptures, arches, tunnels and other structures are muchloved garden features that are pricey to buy but just as much fun to make for yourself. You can grow your own withies (long, slim, willow wands that behave like huge hardwood cuttings) from shrubby willows already growing in your garden. Alternatively, buy them ready to use from specialist suppliers. They are available between January and March but it’s best to order now. Which willow? Most of the willows grown for basket-making are suitable – normally Salix viminalis cultivars. When the plants are cut down, they generate long, straight, slim stems that are ideal for the job. Some specialist nurseries can also supply more unusual varieties with coloured bark. Shrubby garden willows with coloured stems such as Salix alba ‘Britzensis’ can be used for making smaller living sculptures. Weeping willows are not suitable. grow your own withies Plant a suitable willow in naturally damp ground. Allow a year to get it established, then in late March cut the whole plant down to about 4-6in and mulch generously. Feed well in April or May and long straight stems will soon be produced. Allow these to grow for two or three years before harvesting them. Cut them off WilloW talk tunnel vision Woven willow can make a sculpture or tunnel 4-6in above ground level any time between January and late March. Use your withies as soon as possible after cutting as they may not take root if they dry out too much. Prepare the soil Mark out the site for your living willow structure. Clear the ground of grass, weeds and large stones, then work in plenty of well-rotted compost. Make sure to leave the soil soft enough to push cuttings into. Make a living arch Choose the longest withies you can get and plant a row 4-6in apart along each side of the arch. Allow them to grow straight up, then when they are a foot or so beyond the height you want, bend the tops over and tie them in place to form the top of the arch. When side shoots start to grow, clip regularly so they thicken and make a more solid-looking arch. Make a tunnel Mark out a straight central path that will go through the middle of your tunnel – prepare beds of soil along either side and plant a pair of very long withies, one on each side of the arch. Continue, spacing each pair a foot or 18in apart. When they reach the required height, bend them over and tie them together in the centre to make a series of arches. Then tie long, straight, strong, dry willow stems horizontally along the top and sides of the arches to join them and stiffen the structure. Once the willow stems are rooted and well established, side shoots will need trimming off to maintain a neat shape. Make an arbour Mark out a circle large enough to put a seat inside and prepare the soil round the edges. Push in long willow withies every 4-6in to make a single or double row around the outside, leaving a gap for a wide entrance. When the stems have rooted and grow tall enough, tie them together at the top so they form a domed roof. Clip the sides once side shoots start to grow to keep a nice tight shape.

20 Dunelm’s faux abies Christmas tree costs £89 and features 1810 tips, giving it a full, realistic look. The sturdy base is hidden with a pretty folding red paper tree skirt, £10, and the fun felt and traditional hanging tree decorations cost £3.50 each. Written and compiled by Victoria Gray Classic Christmas Team jolly reds, gorgeous greens and traditional touches to create a nostalgic look the family will love

SUNDAY MAIL SEVEN DAYS NOVEMBER 28, 2021 21 For the big day, dress the table with this pretty Fair Isle china from George.com, priced at £12 for a set of four bowls. Layer the table with coordinating table mats and napkins and, for maximum effect, add a little greenery and some lanterns. with Barry Gordon Give the tree some cute touches with these cheeky, felted wool Mice In A Teacup decorations, complete with twinkling beaded eyes, pink ears and noses. Priced at £15.50 for a pair, from Cox & Cox. NUtCRACkER CUShION, £32, wALtON & CO , LUxURY wINtER RED ROSE ChRIStMAS gARLAND, £16, DIBOR GET THE LOOK SNOwFLAkE DECORAtION, 50p, gEORgE hOME Create a gorgeous candlelight glow without the worry of a naked flame. These beautiful wax LED candles are priced from £11.99 each and are available at Lights4fun. LARgE g pApER ChRIStMAS tREE, £14, ROSE AND gREY FEStIVE FIELD tABLE tOp tREE, £25, JOhN LEwIS & pARtNERS heIght of success Riverford Gardens won large development award Industry awards cement success The Scottish home building sector’s top honours for this year have been revealed. Announced virtually for the first time (the 2020 and 2021 programme amalgamated due to last year’s lockdown), it’s the 18th year the HFS (Homes for Scotland) awards have taken place. For recognising best practice and raising standards across the sector, Barratt Homes and David Wilson Homes were jointly awarded Home Builder of the Year. Living by Robertson triumphed in the Housebuilder of the Year (less than 100 units) category for the second successive year and Wheatley Group was awarded RSL of the Year by the trade body. HFS chief executive Nicola Barclay said: “Given the challenges of the last 18 months, it really is testament to the resilience of those delivering the much-needed homes of all tenures that are required, and the esteem in which our awards are • Work is underway on the transformation of Edinburgh’s Royal Blind School and Braille Press into 21 one and threebed apartments. A further 27 homes (three to five-bed townhouses) will feature within its grounds, along with the conversion of the former gatehouse into a two-bed home. Viewings are anticipated in the spring. See www.cala.co.uk WINNERS IN FULL DEVELOPMENT OF THE YEAR: LARGE Riverford Gardens, Glasgow CCG; Hinshelwood Drive, Glasgow, Wheatley Group DEVELOPMENT OF THE YEAR: MEDIUM Riverside, Glasgow, Barratt Homes (West); Buckley Street, Glasgow, Wheatley Group DEVELOPMENT OF THE YEAR: SMALL Caerlee Mill Phase 1, Innerleithen, Whiteburn Projects JUDGES’ SPECIAL MERIT Gannochy Housing Estate, Perth, Campion Homes TRAVELLERS SITE McTaggart Construction ASSOCIATE MEMBER OF THE YEAR Newton Property Management INNOVATION OF THE YEAR Fast Track Site Manager Programme, Stewart Milne Homes HOME BUILDER OF THE YEAR Barratt and David Wilson Homes RSL OF THE YEAR Wheatley Group held, that we have been able to go ahead at all. “The HFS awards are renowned for their rigorous judging process which means making it to the shortlist is a major achievement in itself. Thanks to the commitment of our independent judging panel undertaking site visits and interviews in dramatically different circumstances right across the country, we have been able to ensure the same high standards. “I am therefore delighted for all our finalists, not only the ultimate winners.” Living by Robertson triumphed in the Develooment of the Year (100 units+) along with Wheatley Group which was also awarded RSL of the Year. The judges praised Wheatley for its diversity of product, and for the way in which it tackled difficult renovation projects in derelict buildings - giving communities a new purpose and quality of life. • The final apartments are now for sale at Bellway Homes’ Dorchester 183 in Glasgow’s west end. A range of apartments are available in Zenith – the last of the three blocks. These include the one-bed Type 1 apartment, priced from £176,995. Also available is apartment Type 2a (£244,995). See www. bellway.co.uk

22 soaps & films , Bob tricks a stressedout Kim into admitting that she is pregnant but when she shares her worries about being a single mum, the mechanic proposes to his ex. Lenny hears of some possible new leads and ramps up the river city search for “dead” wife Lydia. And elsewhere, Ellie has some serious thinking to do as she considers what she is looking for in a biological father for her future child as she continues on her quest to become a mother. rumbled Ryan confronts Zeedan regeneration game The Lakes with Simon Reeve Sunday, BBC2, 9pm It’s not just the lakes that are spectacular in the Lake District – the National Park also includes a beautiful stretch of Cumbria’s coast, home to rare natterjack toads. However, this wilderness sits in the shadows of Sellafield, the most hazardous industrial site in western Europe. Simon gets rare access and speaks to the people clearing over half a century of nuclear waste. He also visits a wind farm, while learning why greener energy alone might not be enough to prevent global warming. And shepherd and bestselling author James Rebanks explains why “regenerative farming” could protect the natural world. Expedition with Steve Backshall Sunday, dave, 8pm The naturalist is in pursuit of world firsts. He joins worldclass kayakers to head to the remote Kamchatka Peninsula in Eastern Russia to take on the white-water. Once there, he learns about the spawning of salmon and explores a wilderness packed with more brown bears than anywhere else. out of the frying pan.. fire Yasmeen and Billy crush Summer and Daniel emmerdale Lydia is haunted by what happened last week and struggles to keep it a secret. Belle plans a romantic night for Nate and Tracy but it is derailed when baby Frankie’s first word “Dada” brings back Tracy’s doubts about her mothering skills. Dawn tries to kiss Billy but he needs assurance her feelings are real. Leyla confronts her fears and Brenda launches a village crime-fighting force – Emmer-Watch. After finding the bag of money, Ryan forces Zeedan to tell him the whole story. Ryan begs his friend to go to the police, only for Alya to walk in during their row. Ryan tells Alya what Zeedan’s been up to and Zee’s horrified to later find Alya confronting Hashim. Then after the van goes missing, Hashim makes a terrifying threat to Zeedan. Soon, the restaurant is engulfed in flames. Daniel is jealous when his teasing leads Daisy to flirt with one of James’s teammates. Later, he’s gutted to be dumped for a footballer – while Summer tries to catch Daniel’s attention with a makeover. But when he wishes Daisy luck, it’s her turn to be downcast. Curtis says his wedding will be proud dad Nate coronation street small as he doesn’t get on with family and all his friends are abroad and they need the cash for his treatment but Emma plans to invite his family as a surprise. Curtis makes Emma wait outside during an appointment with his specialist and he’s thrown when a man named Neville arrives on the Street and tells Emma he’s Curtis’s dad. Gary and Maria offer Kelly a job at the barber’s, while Kelly worries about Stu’s health. Grace is in trouble after meeting Bernie for a drink and leaving baby Glory home alone. But she then shocks Aggie with an incredible offer. eastenders Sharon can’t contain her excitement about the future with baby Alyssa and eyes up Ruby’s house. Jean and Harvey are going on a date but Aaron scuppers it by spiking his dad’s beer so he’s drunk when Jean arrives. Keegan also goes on a date, with Anna, and later tells Tiff that he wants a divorce. Eve gets smitten Ash to prescribe her strong painkillers. MasterChef: The Professionals monday, BBC1, 8.30pm In the first of tonight’s two servings, four more professional chefs including Gina, left, arrive in the kitchen. The first two are tasked with making a prawn, avocado and pepper omelette served with prawn oil. The next two chefs are making chicken kofte served with flatbread and cucumber salad, which requires timing as well as butchery and pastry skills, all in 20 minutes. beeny there, done that Sarah Beeny’s New Life in the Country TueSday, C4, 8pm The property expert, her husband and their four boys reflect on their first two and a half years living in Somerset, asking themselves if they have become country folk yet. But before they can tackle any of the rooms, the house needs a floor. Cement mixers roll in to pump screed throughout the property – a job the whole family get involved in – but it’s not all plain sailing as rain threatens to derail the process. Once the floor’s in, the fitting out of the interior can begin. getting ed around past Who Do You Think You Are? TueSday, BBC1, 9pm Former shadow chancellor Ed Balls traces his roots. First, he looks into rumours of a link to Nelson’s ship HMS Victory. Initially, it looks like Ed will uncover a heroic tale but the grim reality isn’t quite what he hoped for. He uncovers a more inspiring story and feels a deep connection with Christopher Green, an agricultural labourer who went on trial after standing up to defend his livelihood and community.

sUNDaY mail SEVEN DAYS NoVemBer 28, 2021 23 sUppOrt Paddy and Christine are determined to find out everything they can about autism for their kids, above sUNdaY mary and The WITCh’s floWer 11am, Film4 The voices of Jim Broadbent and Kate Winslet feature in this enchanted Japanese animated film about a girl gifted with magic powers after picking up a mysterious plant. (2017) **** trapped James McAvoy and Sharon Horgan Family bonds M odel and reality star Christine McGuinness – wife of presenter Paddy – had always wondered if there was a genetic reason why all three of her children have autism. And as she filmed this one-off documentary to learn more about the condition – which affects how you interact with the world – she began to recognise something in herself, leading to her own diagnosis of autism. In this show, we follow Paddy and Christine as she makes that discovery. The couple reveal their journey with their children – Leo and Penelope, eight, and Felicity, five – and speak Paul O’Grady: For the Love of Dogs Wednesday, ITV, 8pm The presenter comes face to face with the long, short and tall. His first canine companion is a great dane who just wants to be loved. That’s more than can be said for a pair of lakeland terriers who spend their lives bickering. Finally, a feisty dachshund makes its presence felt. Paddy and Christine McGuinness share their moving story of living with autism to other parents of autistic children, as well as experts on the condition. Christine gave birth to the twins in 2013 and, as they grew older, she and Paddy didn’t see the signs that their kids weren’t developing as they should. When her mum pointed out the twins weren’t talking or eating as they should be at their age, Christine had to admit that developmental milestones were being missed. The consequent autism diagnosis allowed the couple the opportunity to better understand their children but it less is more this christmas Luxury Christmas for Less Thursday, C4, 8pm With money tighter than ever and shortages on the high street, a luxurious Christmas won’t be easy. Thankfully, Sabrina Grant and Sophie Morgan have tricks to get top quality for bargain prices. The first of two episodes includes a guide to buying real diamonds at half the price, how to bag designer smelling perfumes that don’t cost a fortune, and where to get this year’s finest tasting smoked salmon and Christmas pudding. did bring its own challenges. While Christine threw herself into finding everything she could to support them, Paddy found it difficult to even talk about. He hopes the documentary will make him confront issues he’s been avoiding. The pair take an AQ test – a screening test to help identify autism – and Christine’s results shine more light on the matter. Further investigation then led to her formal diagnosis. • Paddy and Christine McGuinness: Our Family and Autism is on Wednesday, BBC One, 9pm. The Graham Norton Show frIday, BBC1, 10.35pm Another impressive line-up on the show tonight. The headliners are undoubtedly Tom Holland and Zendaya, who are keen to whip up interest in their new film, Spider-Man: No Way Home. Then Henry Cavil waxes lyrical on the second run of Netflix’s fantasy series The Witcher, while Gugu Mbutha-Raw describes her role in new BBC drama The Girl Before. Music comes from Little Mix. spellbOUNd Enchanting animation MONdaY The shalloWs 11.15pm, Film4 Superior survival film starring Gossip Girl’s Blake Lively as a surfer who is attacked by a great white on a remote beach. She must outwit the ravenous shark or become its lunch. (2016) **** tUesdaY The magnIfICenT seVen 9pm, 5STAR Remake of the classic 1960 western with Denzel Washington and Chris Pratt as two of the sharp-shooting merceneries hired to protect a town from a brutal industrialist. (2016) **** WedNesdaY gran TorIno 11.45pm, ITV4 Clint Eastwood directed and stars as a disgruntled war veteran who sets out to reform his teen neighbour who tried to steal his prized possession – a 1972 Gran Torino. (2008) ***** tHUrsdaY sanTa’s squad 1.30pm, Channel 5 Premiere. This festive romance movie stars Aaron Ashmore as an unemployed art teacher who finds work with the Santa Squad. (2020) *** FrIdaY The holIday 8pm, ITV2 Cameron Diaz, Kate Winslet, Jack Black and Jude Law star in this festive rom-com about two unlucky in love women who swap homes and countries. (2006) ***** satUrdaY War of The Worlds 10.10pm, Channel 4 Steven Spielberg’s sci-fi thriller stars Tom Cruise as a divorced dad whose rare weekend with his kids descends into horror when alien war machines rise and begin to destroy every human in their path. (2005) ****

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With Mark Gatiss, Giovanna Fletcher and Anton Du Beke. 12.30pm The Great British Bake Off: The Final (R) 1.45 The Simpsons Triple bill. (R) 3.10 Flushed Away (2006/U) Animated comedy, featuring the voices of Hugh Jackman, Kate Winslet and Ian McKellen. ★★★ 4.55 Shrek Forever After (2010/U) A magical trickster leaves the grumpy ogre stuck in an alternate world where no one knows who he is. Animated comedy, with the voices of Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy and Cameron Diaz. ★★★ 6.35 Channel 4 News Headlines. 6.00am Milkshake! Children’s shows. 10.00 SpongeBob SquarePants 10.25 Entertainment News on 5 10.30 NFL End Zone Action from the latest matches in the NFL. 10.55 Friends Four episodes. (R) 12.50pm Jingle Bell Bride (2020/PG) Premiere. Romantic drama, starring Julie Gonzalo. ★★★ 2.40 Mrs Miracle 2: Miracle in Manhattan (2010/PG) Drama, starring Doris Roberts. ★★★ 4.30 The Christmas Express (2017/ PG) Romantic drama, starring Dermot Mulroney and Kimberly Graham. ★★★ 6.25 5 News Weekend Headlines. 6.30 The Two Ronnies: The Lost Sketches Material from the duo’s Australian TV series. (R) 7.20 Strictly Come Dancing: The Results Featuring music from Years & Years and a futuristic routine from the professional dancers. Two more couples face a dance-off to secure a place in next week’s quarter finals. 8.00 Top Gear (3/4) Freddie Flintoff, Chris Harris and Paddy McGuinness set out on an expedition across Iceland, with the help of some temperamental old British cars. Back in the UK, Freddie gets his hands on America’s latest sports car, the new Chevrolet Corvette. 9.00 Showtrial (5/5) Time is running out for Cleo as the trial reaches its conclusion, and Dhillon and Talitha each give their account of what happened between them and Hannah. Drama, starring Tracy Ifeachor. 7.00 Celebrity Antiques Road Trip Children’s TV presenters Radzi Chinyanganya and Karim Zeroua travel around Wales looking for item to take auction. 8.00 Antiques Roadshow Fiona Bruce is at Morden Hall Park, where items include a plate designed by Pablo Picasso and a self-portrait by John Lennon and Yoko Ono. (R) 9.00 The Lakes with Simon Reeve (3/3) The adventurer explores the wild and rugged coast of Cumbria and learns how central the county is to many of the challenges facing Britain. He visits Sellafield, which is home to hundreds of ageing and disused nuclear facilities and meets people tasked with clearing and securing more than half a century of nuclear waste. 7.00 Sitting on a Fortune Nik, Abbey, Kirsty, Kierin, Slava and Ghausia answer questions to remain in with a chance of taking away up to £100,000. Gary Lineker hosts. 8.00 Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? Celebrity Special Jeremy Clarkson welcomes comedian and Pointless co-host Alexander Armstrong and sports presenter Gabby Logan to the quiz as they try to answer 15 questions to win £1million for charity, with the aid of four lifelines if they need help. 9.00 I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! The celebrities settle in for another day of trials and challenges at Gwrych Castle in Abergele on the North Wales coast, all of them hoping to win stars to feed the camp. 7.00 Christmas at Warwick Castle Part two of two. Historian Melissa Perry helps decorate the castle’s historic Daisy sleigh, while operations director Liam Bartlett prepares the castle’s ice rink. (R) 8.00 Escape to the Chateau Angel discovers that the chateau has a vast attic space running the length of the building, and plans to transform it into a bar from which they can watch the stars. 9.00 Close to Me (4/6) Jo believes she is finally piecing together the puzzle of the lost year and is resolved to confront the past. But her single-minded mission to uncover the truth is almost derailed as her hallucinations get worse. Rob tries to reassure her, but the extreme pressure weighing down on her tells. 8.00 Victoria Wood: Funny Business Profile of the writer and comedian, charting her career from her initial breakthrough singing comedy songs on 1970s talent show New Faces, through to her subsequent TV series and stand-up shows. Featuring clips of some of the funniest performances of her 40-year career and contributions from friends, fans and co-stars, including Richard E Grant. (R) 9.00 Billy Connolly: In His Own Words A profile of the comedian and actor drawing on interviews, TV appearances and stand-up performances from his career to reveal his journey from a childhood of maternal abandonment in the tenement blocks of Glasgow to the top of international showbusiness. 10.00 News; Reporting Scotland 10.30 Match of the Day 2 Mark Chapman reviews the day’s Premier League action, including Chelsea v Manchester United at Stamford Bridge and Manchester City v West Ham United at London Stadium. Both meetings between Chelsea and the Red Devils last season ended goalless, but the Blues will have hoped to take the honours this time around given their superior form so far this season. 11.50 Sportscene 1.05am MOTD Top 10: Unsung Heroes. A look at 10 understated but consistently excellent players. 1.35 Weather for the Week Ahead 1.40-6.00am BBC News BBC Scotland 12.00noon This Is BBC Scotland 7.00 The Seven 7.15 Sportscene. Steven Thompson presents action from the Premiership, featuring Livingston v Rangers and Celtic v Aberdeen. 8.30 The Mountain. The mountain team has to call in the helicopter to reach its remotest ski tow, Ruari prepares for his wedding and 25,000 people turn up in Aviemore to hear Spud the piper. 9.00 Inside Central Station. The engineering team races to erect a huge new structure, while ecologist Helen monitors how the work is affecting local wildlife such as bats and beavers. 10.00 The Big Scottish Book Club. Damian Barr discusses crime, murder and mayhem with Alan Johnson, Ian Rankin and Alan Parks at Troon Concert Hall. Plus, poetry from Nasim Rebecca Asl. 11.00pm-12.00m’t Seven Days BBC Alba 10.00 The Office Double bill. Admin manager David Brent learns that his branch of paper merchant Wernham Hogg might be closed down; a work experience trainee has a baptism of fire when she is exposed to a smutty picture of her new boss. Comedy, starring Ricky Gervais and Mackenzie Crook. (R) 11.15 Snooker: UK Championship Action from the concluding last-64 matches. 12.05am Snooker: UK Championship Extra. Extended highlights from one of today’s matches at the Barbican Centre in York. 2.05 Question Time (R) 3.05 Holby City. Medical drama series. (R) 3.45-6.30am This Is BBC Two. TV previews. 6.00am Alba Today 4.00pm SWPL 6.05 Celtic Connections Shorts 6.15 An La (News) 6.30 Seachd La (News Review) 7.30 Alleluia! (Spiritual Music & Verse). Iain MacKinnon reads excerpts from Gliocas bhon Bhioball by Donald Saunders. 8.00 Eorpa. Examining the most important stories from across Europe and the UK. 8.30 Miann na Maighdinn-mara/Mermaid Tales. A glimpse of another world full of wildlife and impressive scenery. 9.00 Sruth. Including music by Niall Hanna, Brighde Chaimbeul, Julie Fowlis, Kathleen MacInnes, Len Graham and Dr Angus MacDonald and Tiarnan O Duinnchinn. 10.00 Bannan 10.30 Bannan. Anndra comes across a lone stranger out at sea, though her true connection to the island is unclear. Isla is keen to take things to the next level with her potential suitor. 11.00 DNA 11.40 Fraochy Bay 11.45 Sgeul Slainte 12.00m’t-6.00am Alba Today BBC One N Ireland 10.35 ITV News; Weather 10.50 Harry’s Heroes: Euro Having a Laugh Again! Harry Redknapp takes his team of England legends across Europe to tackle the Germany on their home soil. Joining Harry again as assistant manager is John Barnes, with the team including David Seaman, Paul Merson, Matt Le Tissier, Rob Lee, Ray Parlour, Lee Sharpe, Mark Chamberlain, Mark Wright, Razor Ruddock and Lee Hendrie. (R) 12.00m’t Home Shopping 3.00 FYI Extra 3.15 Motorsport UK (R) 4.05 Unwind With STV 5.05-6.00am Tipping Point. Coin-drop quiz show. (R) As BBC One except: 10.00-10.30am Sunday Politics Northern Ireland 11.30 Homes Under the Hammer 12.30-1.00pm Animal Park 5.15-5.25 BBC Newsline; Weather 10.20-10.30 BBC Newsline; Weather 11.50 MOTD Top 10: Unsung Heroes 12.20am Weather for the Week Ahead 12.25-6.00am BBC News BBC Two N Ireland As BBC Two except: 10.00pm The Blame Game. With Jimeoin, Tim McGarry, Colin Murphy, Diona Doherty and Neil Delamere. 10.30 Sunday Politics Northern Ireland. Mark Carruthers looks at the latest political news and debate. 11.00 The Office. Double bill. The first episode of the award-winning comedy, starring Ricky Gervais; a work experience trainee has a baptism of fire. 12.15am Snooker: UK Championship 1.05-2.05am Snooker: UK Championship Extra 10.00 Gogglebox The armchair critics share their opinions on what they have been watching during the week, with cameras capturing their instant reactions and the lively discussions that are prompted by the week’s biggest and best shows. (R) 11.00 FILM The Vanishing (2019/15) Three lighthouse keepers get caught in a web of greed, paranoia and murder when they make a discovery on an isolated Scottish island. Thriller, starring Gerard Butler. ★★★ 1.05am 24 Hours in A&E (R) 2.00 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA (R) 2.50 Undercover Boss USA (R) 3.35 George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces (R) 4.25 Couples Come Dine with Me (R) 5.15-6.10am Kirstie and Phil’s Love It or List It (R) ITV Border As STV except: 6.50-7.00pm ITV News Border 4.05-5.05am Unwind with ITV ITV 2 6.00am Totally Bonkers Guinness World Records 6.25 Love Bites 8.25 Dress to Impress 11.25 Celebrity Catchphrase 12.30pm I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! 1.30 You’ve Been Framed! Gold 2.00 FILM Fame (2009/PG) ★★★ 4.10 FILM Turbo (2013/U) Animation, with the voice of Ryan Reynolds. ★★★ 6.05 FILM Despicable Me (2010/U) Animated comedy, featuring the voice of Steve Carell. ★★★★ 8.00 FILM The Holiday (2006/12) Romantic comedy, starring Cameron Diaz and Kate Winslet. ★★★★ 10.40 Family Guy Animated antics. 11.10 Family Guy 12.05am American Dad! 1.05 Plebs 2.05 Iain Stirling’s CelebAbility 2.50 Totally Bonkers Guinness World Records 3.15 10.25 World’s Most Expensive Celeb Break Ups A look at the high cost of the end of relationships for some stars, looking at how many millions actor Mel Gibson ended up parting with after parting from his teenage sweetheart. 11.25 Greatest Ever Movie Blunders Elis James narrates a selection of cinema’s most unbelievable and unforgiveable faux pas, from blink-andyou-miss-it continuity clangers to bona fide blockbuster bloopers. (R) 1.10am The 21.co.uk Live Casino Show 3.10 Celebs in Solitary: Meltdown (R) 4.00 Secrets of British Factories. John Prescott presents. (R) 4.45 British Made with John Prescott (R) 5.35-6.00am House Doctor (R) Unwind With ITV 3.30-6.00am Teleshopping BBC 4 7.00pm The Chronicles of Erne Amy Burns travels to island reserves. 7.30 Bernadine Evaristo: This Cultural Life Bernadine Evaristo talks to John Wilson about her influences. 8.00 An American in Paris: The Musical George and Ira Gershwin’s Broadway musical, which tells of a US GI trying to make it as a painter. 10.15 The Vasulka Effect A look at the life and work of video art pioneers Steina and Woody Vasulka, which reveals the profound effect they had on the American avant-garde. 11.45 Kill Your TV: Jim Moir’s Weird World of Video Art. Documentary. 12.45am Ryan Gander: The Idea of Japan 1.45 Mindful Escapes: Breathe, Release, Restore 2.15 Bernadine Evaristo: This Cultural Life 2.45-3.15am The Chronicles of Erne

29.11 SUNDAY MAIL SEVEN DAYS NOVEMBER 28, 2021 25 6.00am Breakfast 9.15 Morning Live 10.00 Claimed and Shamed 10.45 Frontline Fightback (R) 11.15 Homes Under the Hammer (R) 12.15pm Bargain Hunt. From Worcester. 1.00 News; Reporting Scotland 1.45 Doctors Karen goes on a date, but Rob may not even notice. 2.15 The Tournament Quiz show, hosted by Alex Scott. 3.00 Escape to the Country The search a home in Cornwall. 3.45 Virtually Home Tips from top interior designers. 4.30 The Repair Shop Will Kirk takes on the huge responsibility of restoring a model ship. (R) 5.15 Pointless Low-scoring quiz. (R) 6.00 News; Reporting Scotland 6.30am Clean It, Fix It (R) 7.15 The Repair Shop (R) 8.00 Mary Berry – Love to Cook (R) 8.30 Between the Covers (R) 9.00 BBC News at 9 10.00 BBC News 12.15pm Politics Live 1.00 Snooker: UK Championship Coverage of the opening last-32 matches from the Barbican Centre in York. 5.15 Flog It! Revisiting some of the historic venues from the series, as well as new valuations and unexpected auctions. (R) 6.00 Richard Osman’s House of Games With Jessie Cave, Ayesha Hazarika, Simon Hickson and AJ Pritchard. 6.30 Strictly: It Takes Two Rylan chats to the latest couple to leave the competition. 6.00am Good Morning Britain 9.00 Lorraine Entertainment news. 10.00 This Morning Celebrity chat and lifestyle features. 12.30pm Loose Women Celebrity interviews and topical debate. 1.30 ITV Lunchtime News; Weather 1.55 STV News; Weather 2.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal David Dickinson and the team visit Telford’s International Centre. 3.00 Lingo Quiz, hosted by Adil Ray. 4.00 Tipping Point Quiz show, hosted by Ben Shephard. 5.00 The Chase Bradley Walsh presents as Trevor, Alison, Jack and Kitty work as a team to take on one of the ruthless Chasers. 6.00 STV News at Six; Weather 6.30 ITV Evening News; Weather 6.10am Countdown (R) 6.50 The Big Bang Theory (R) 7.35 The King of Queens (R) 9.00 Frasier (R) 10.30 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA (R) 11.30 Find It, Fix It, Flog It (R) 12.30pm Steph’s Packed Lunch 2.10 Countdown Word game. 3.00 Moneybags Quiz show. 4.00 A Place in the Sun A holiday home on Spain’s Costa Blanca. 5.00 Four in a Bed The competition is at N’ista Boutique Room in Birkdale, Merseyside. (R) 5.30 Bidding Wars Auction challenge, with Kevin Duala. 6.00 The Simpsons Marge decides to run for mayor. 6.30 Hollyoaks Darren is desperate to escape his captivity. (R) 6.00am Milkshake! 9.15 Jeremy Vine 11.15 The Christmas Lottery (2020/PG) Festive drama, with Reginald VelJohnson. ★★★ 12.55pm 5 News at Lunchtime 1.00 Neighbours See 6.00pm. 1.30 Staging Christmas (2019/PG) Romantic drama, starring Soleil Moon Frye. ★★★ 3.20 A Little Christmas Charm (2020/PG) Drama, starring Ashley Greene. ★★★ 5.00 5 News at 5 Headlines. 6.00 Neighbours Paul is upset to see Terese still is not wearing her wedding ring. (R) 6.30 Meerkat Manor The struggles faced by three families as they compete for food and resources in the Kalahari in South Africa. 7.00 The One Show The usual mix of stories and celebrity chat. 7.35 MasterChef: The Professionals The first challenge for the next four professional chefs to step into the kitchen is to make a prawn, avocado and pepper omelette. 8.05 EastEnders Sharon takes a step in the right direction and Harvey has a disastrous date. 8.30 MasterChef: The Professionals The four chefs from the previous skills test cook their own two-course Signature Dishes. They have 90 minutes to deliver a menu highlighting their creativity. 9.00 The Hunt for Bible John (2/2) The discovery of a third victim in 1969 leaves detectives convinced they are dealing with a serial killer. Magnus Linklater recalls covering the case. 7.00 Villages by the Sea (4/6) Archaeologist Ben Robinson visits the Georgian village of Charlestown in Cornwall. 7.30 Mastermind Specialist subjects include Nell Gwyn, Sylvia Plath and Still Game. 8.00 Only Connect Victoria Coren Mitchell asks the questions as the Apollos take on the Animal Lovers in the first of the quarter-final matches. 8.30 University Challenge Two more teams battle it out for a place in the quarter-finals as the second-round matches continue. With Jeremy Paxman. 9.00 The Princes and the Press (2/2) Amol Rajan examines the period from 2018 to 2021, looking at the circumstances around the decision of the Sussexes to step down from their senior roles. 7.00 Emmerdale Kerry warns Chloe, Lydia has a secret, and the police are in the village. 7.30 Coronation Street Ryan confronts Zeedan with the bag of cash and demands an explanation, and Daisy has a row with Daniel. 8.00 Gino’s Italian Family Adventure Gino D’Acampo and his son Luciano travel to Calabria to experience the simple life, heading out on a traditional swordfishing boat. 8.30 Coronation Street Ryan informs Alya of Zeedan’s arrangement with Hashim and Maria offers Kelly a job. 9.00 I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! The famous faces continue to deal with the cold and hunger, all in the hope of being crowned this year’s King or Queen of the Castle. 7.00 Channel 4 News Headlines. 8.00 Food Unwrapped Jimmy Doherty finds out why pasta comes in so many different shapes, while Kate Quilton is hot on the trail of the spice ratings in our ready meals. 8.30 The Truth about Your Chicken: Dispatches Morland Sanders investigates the impact of industrial chicken production on the health of the consumers, the welfare of the animals and the countryside. 9.00 Guy’s Garage (2/3) Guy plans to create a racing version of a Piaggio Ape – the tiny vehicles that are ubiquitous across Italy. He discovers a racing scene based around them has sprung up in Italy, with drivers customising their Apes with motorcycle engines and improved suspension. 7.00 UK’s Strongest Man 2021 (4/5) Action from the semi-finals of the three-day competition in Milton Keynes. The remaining contestants are tested by the Sack Carry, Car Rolls, Gorilla Grip Challenge, and the Atlas Stones. Followed by 5 News 8.00 Traffic Cops (2/12) PC Karl Jackson is called to an accident in which two people have died and his priority is to cordon off the area, collect statements and begin trying to identify the victims. Followed by 5 News 9.00 Casualty 24/7: Every Second Counts (8/10) Cold winter weather causes a spike in admissions at Barnsley Hospital, with one woman rushed in after being found outside her home and at risk of hypothermic shock as her core temperature is just 36C. 10.00 News; Reporting Scotland 10.35 The Outlaws (6/6) Sitcom created by Stephen Merchant, starring Rhianne Barreto, Darren Boyd and Gamba Cole, alongside Merchant himself. 11.35 RuPaul’s Drag Race UK The grand finale of this year’s contest. Choreographer Jay Revell returns to coach the finalists through their all-singing, all-dancing final challenge. Last in series. 12.35am The Edit. Entertainment news, with Amy Irons. 12.50 The Apprentice Australia. The teams battle it out to sell their original ice cream creations on a hot Sydney day at the beach. But one team breaks the rules to get an unfair advantage. 1.55 Weather for the Week Ahead 2.00-6.00am BBC News BBC Scotland 12.00noon This Is BBC Scotland 2.00 Sign Zone: Grand Tours of Scotland’s Rivers 2.30 My Kind of Town: Arbroath 3.00 Inside the Zoo 4.00 This Is BBC Scotland 7.00 The Seven 7.30 LIVE Sportscene: Scottish Cup. Brechin City v Darvel (kick-off 7.45pm). 10.00 River City. Kim finally admits her big secret to Bob, while Lenny’s mission to find Lydia gathers pace. Suzie and Bernie struggle to find models for their charity calendar. 11.00 Sportscene 11.30pm- 12.00m’t Burnistoun Goes to Work BBC Alba 6.00am Alba Today 5.00pm Treubh an Tuathanais 5.15 Su Pic (Peek Zoo) 5.25 Leum is Danns (Jump and Dance) 5.35 Pompon Am Mathan Beag/Pompon Little Bear 5.45 Piseag & Cuilean/Kit & Pup 5.50 Stoiridh 6.00 Na Moomins/Moomin Valley 6.20 Port Paipeir 6.35 Saidheans Sporsail 10.00 Frankie Boyle’s New World Order (6/7) The comedian tries to make sense of the modern world, using a combination of stand-up, and audience interaction to dissect the week’s news. 10.30 Newsnight The day’s news. 11.15 Snooker: UK Championship Action from the opening last-32 matches. 12.05am Snooker: UK Championship Extra. Extended highlights from one of today’s matches at the Barbican Centre in York. 2.10 Countryfile (R) 3.05 World’s Sneakiest Animals. Documentary. (R) 3.50 What We Do in the Shadows (R) 4.15 The People v Climate Change (R) 5.20-6.30am This Is BBC Two (Backyard Science) 7.00 Dileas (Working Horses). How Scottish breeds are put to use today. 7.30 SpeakGaelic. Calum Maclean is in Glasgow taking a step back in time along the banks of the River Clyde. 8.00 An La (News) 8.30 An Cuan Sgith (The Minch). Anne Lundon goes in search of stories connected to the Minch. 9.00 Trusadh – An Turas Chun Ear: Manus ’s Daibhidh (The Trip East: Magnus & Daibhidh). The adventure of two friends cycling in remote Asia. 10.00 Bannan. Jo threatens Pol and forces him to help her, unaware that they are being watched. 10.30 Mairi Mhor nan Oran. Drama based on the life and songs of poet Mary MacPherson. 11.30 Mach a Seo! 12.00m’t-6.00am Alba Today BBC One N Ireland As BBC One except: 1.30-1.45pm BBC Newsline; Weather 6.30-7.00 BBC Newsline; Weather 9.00-10.00 The Outlaws. Sitcom created by Stephen 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather A fresh perspective on the major stories of the day. 10.35 STV News; Weather 10.40 Scotland Tonight; Weather Current affairs show that tackles the latest issues behind the headlines. 11.10 The Jonathan Ross Show The host welcomes actor Riz Ahmed, TV presenter Jeremy Clarkson and comedy writer and actor Stephen Merchant. Music is provided by Sting, who also chats, while Gary Barlow and Sheridan Smith perform their festive duet. (R) 12.10am Home Shopping 3.00 FYI Extra 3.15 Loose Women (R) 4.05 Unwind With STV 5.05-6.00am Tipping Point. Quiz show. (R) Merchant, starring Rhianne Barreto. Last in series. 10.25 BBC Newsline; Weather 10.35 Ulster By the Sea. A happy-golucky lady on the cusp of 50 ticks surfing off her bucket list. Last in series. 11.05 RuPaul’s Drag Race UK 12.05am The Apprentice Australia 1.10 In My Skin 1.40-6.00am BBC News BBC Two N Ireland As BBC Two except: 10.00-10.30pm I Lar an Aonaigh. With Sinead Ni Uallachain and music by Reevah. 11.15 NIFL Premiership Highlights 11.45 Frankie Boyle’s New World Order 12.15am Snooker: UK Championship 1.05-2.10am Snooker: UK Championship Extra ITV Border As STV except: 1.55-2.00pm ITV News Border 6.00-6.30 ITV News Lookaround 8.00-8.30 Border Life. Stories about life in southern Scotland. 10.35 ITV News Border 10.45 Representing Border 11.15 10.00 Along for the Ride with David O’Doherty (2/4) David is joined by artist and former mountain bike racer Grayson Perry, as they take to the Brecon Beacons, to enjoy the views and tackle the hills. 11.05 Inside Beverly Hills: The Land of the Rich and Famous Chocolatier Jonathan Grahm throws a birthday party for his dog. Last in series. 12.05am Walter Presents: Partisan. Johnny keeps digging deeper for Jordnaras’ secrets. 1.05 The Simpsons (R) 1.30 Iris Prize Best British Shorts: Dark Days (R) 3.00 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA (R) 3.50 Couples Come Dine with Me (R) 4.40 Kirstie and Phil’s Love It or List It (R) 5.35-6.00am A Place in the Sun (R) Gino’s Italian Family Adventure 11.45 It’s Clarkson on TV 12.20am It’ll Be Alright on the Night 1.10am-3.00 Home Shopping 4.05-5.05am Unwind with ITV ITV 2 6.00am Love Bites 7.00 Ellen DeGeneres 8.00 Emmerdale 8.30 Coronation Street 9.30 Supermarket Sweep 10.30 I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! 12.05pm You’ve Been Framed! Gold 12.30 Emmerdale 1.00 Coronation Street 2.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 3.00 You’ve Been Framed! 3.25 I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! 5.00 The Voice USA 6.00 Catchphrase Celebrity Special 7.00 Superstore Double bill. 8.00 Bob’s Burgers Double bill. 9.00 Family Guy Animated antics. 9.30 American Dad! Animation. 10.00 Bad Boy Chiller Crew 10.45 NEW Killer Camp Reality. 11.45 Family Guy 12.40am American Dad! 1.05 Peckham’s Finest 1.50 Bob’s Burgers 10.00 The Abduction of Milly Dowler Documentary about the murder of the 13-year-old schoolgirl, looking at the role of the media and the police investigation into her disappearance. (R) 11.30 Police: Hour of Duty A specialist taskforce prepares to raid a premises with suspected links to an organised crime gang, and fear they may come under attack as they try and force entry. (R) 12.30am 999: Criminals Caught on Camera (R) 12.55 Entertainment News 1.00 LIVE NFL: Monday Night Football. Washington Football Team v Seattle Seahawks. 4.30 Britain’s Greatest Bridges (R) 4.45 House Doctor (R) 5.10-6.00am Britain’s Greatest Bridges (R) 2.40 Superstore. Comedy. 3.30-6.00am Teleshopping BBC 4 7.00pm The Joy of Painting: Winter Specials A secluded cabin. 7.30 NEW Winter Walks Amanda Owen crosses hills and fields through Wensleydale and Raydale. 8.00 Britain’s Lost Masterpieces Art experts Emma Dabiri and Dr Bendor Grosvenor travel to Tiverton in Devon. 9.00 Blood and Gold: The Making of Spain with Simon Sebag Montefiore 10.00 The Ash Tree Adaptation of the classic ghost story. 10.35 Imagine: Chris Ofili – The Caged Bird’s Song Documentary. 11.35 Antony Gormley: How Art Began 12.50am Damien Hirst and Jeff Koons Side by Side: The Interview 1.20 Britain’s Lost Masterpieces 2.20 Winter Walks 2.50-3.50am Blood and Gold: The Making of Spain with Simon Sebag Montefiore

26 30.11 SEVENDAYS@SUNDAYMAIL.CO.UK 6.00am Breakfast 9.15 Morning Live 10.00 Claimed and Shamed 10.45 Frontline Fightback 11.15 Homes Under the Hammer 12.15pm Bargain Hunt (R) 1.00 News; Reporting Scotland 1.45 Doctors Luca reveals too much about himself to help a patient. 2.15 The Tournament Quiz show. 3.00 Escape to the Country Alistair Appleton helps a buyer keen to move to Pembrokeshire. 3.45 Virtually Home Designer Kunal Trehan injects some life into a Cambridgeshire living room. 4.30 The Repair Shop Items include a badly burned toy dog and a treasured nurse’s belt buckle. (R) 5.15 Pointless Low-scoring quiz. (R) 6.00 News; Reporting Scotland 7.00 River City Kim finally admits her big secret to Bob, while Lenny’s mission to find Lydia gathers pace. Suzie and Bernie struggle to find models for their charity calendar. (R) 8.00 EastEnders Things get awkward when Tiffany spots Keegan out on a date. Ash’s kindness comes back to bite her, Stuart gets some news and Zack tries to fix his mistake. 8.20 Holby City Eli struggles to focus as he worries about Amelia, Russ tries to apologise to Hanssen and Josh does not feel ready to start therapy, despite his promise to Ange. 9.00 Who Do You Think You Are? Ed Balls researches his ancestry, looking into rumours of a link to Nelson’s HMS Victory and a labourer who went on trial. Last in series. 10.00 News; Reporting Scotland 10.35 I Like the Way U Move (7/8) The couples rehearse their semi-final dances but as the pressure mounts they are sent on a retreat and pampering session to help them bond. 11.35 Britney One-off comedy about two friends reunited after living thousands of miles apart. 12.00m’t Have I Got a Bit More News for You. Jack Dee hosts this extended edition of the current affairs quiz, with comedian Phil Wang and Conservative peer Sayeeda Warsi joining team captains Paul Merton and Ian Hislop. (R) 12.45 Question of Sport. With Johanna Konta. (R) 1.15 Weather for the Week Ahead 1.20-6.00am News 6.30am Escape to the Country (R) 7.15 Virtually Home (R) 8.00 MasterChef: The Professionals (R) 9.00 BBC News 10.00 BBC News 12.15pm Politics Live 1.00 Snooker: UK Championship Coverage of the latest last-32 matches from the Barbican Centre in York, played over the best of 11 frames. 5.15 Flog It! Natasha Raskin Sharp is intrigued by an unusual walking stick with a top made from a German Zeppelin. (R) 6.00 Richard Osman’s House of Games With Jessie Cave, Ayesha Hazarika, Simon Hickson and AJ Pritchard. 6.30 Strictly: It Takes Two Rylan chats to the couple that survived the weekend’s dance-off. 7.00 Celebrity Antiques Road Trip TV doctor and GP Amir Khan takes on presenter and talk show icon Trisha Goddard. 8.00 Amazing Hotels: Life Beyond the Lobby (1/6) Giles Coren and Monica Galetti join the staff working in some of the most unusual hotels around the world. 9.00 Impeachment: American Crime Story (7/10) At his deposition in the Paula Jones case, President Clinton flatly denies her accusations, but doing the same for the insinuations about Monica will prove to be risky. 9.55 What We Do in the Shadows (5/10) Justice is served, both for the vampires and also in small claims court. Starring Kayvan Novak, Natasia Demetriou and Matt Berry. 10.20 Amazing Hotels: Life Beyond the Lobby Giles Coren and Monica Galetti travel more than 120 miles north of the Arctic Circle into Swedish Lapland to work in Icehotel in the village of Jukkasjarvi. (R) 10.30 Newsnight Analysis of the day’s events, with Emily Maitlis. 11.15 NFL This Week Osi Umenyiora and Jason Bell present action from the latest fixtures, including Baltimore Ravens v Cleveland Browns and Green Bay Packers v Los Angeles Rams. 12.05am Snooker: UK Championship 12.55 Snooker: UK Championship Extra 2.55 Universe. Documentary. (R) 3.55 The Lakes with Simon Reeve (R) 4.55-6.30am This Is BBC Two BBC Scotland 12.00noon This Is BBC Scotland 2.15 BBC Scotland News Special – Coronavirus Update 3.00 This Is BBC Scotland 7.00 Scotland’s Best Dog. Three more pups compete, including Bernese Mountain Dog Brannigan. 7.30 Landward. Dougie Vipond finds out about the conservation of ancient oak trees. 8.00 This Farming Life. A bumper lambing season is in full swing at the Cursiter Family Farm in Orkney. 9.00 The Nine 10.00 Meet You at the Hippos. Mark Bonnar explores street sculptures made my artists in the Scottish new towns he grew up in. 11.00pm-12.00m’t The Big Scottish Book Club BBC Alba 6.00am Alba Today 5.00pm Pompon Am Mathan Beag/Pompon Little Bear 5.10 Orain CBeebies 5.20 Nannag a’ Noo/ Huggleboo 5.30 Shane an Chef 5.45 Abadas 5.55 Stoiridh 6.00 Na Danathursan aig Tintin/The Adventures of Tintin 6.25 Damhan & Durrag/Pipas & Douglas 6.30 Clann Na Cruinne 6.45 A’ Chuil 6.50 Uaine 7.00 Beartas nan Daoine (The People’s Riches). Alexander Carmichael and Fr Allan MacDonald. 7.25 Dan. Catriona Murray talks about how poetry can evoke memories of a person. 7.30 Celtic Connections Shorts. The Seumas Egan Project perform. 7.40 An La (News) 7.50 LIVE FIFA Women’s World Cup Qualifier. Spain v Scotland (kick-off 8.00pm). Coverage of the Group B qualifying match at the Estadio de La Cartuja. 9.55 Celtic Connections Shorts. The Seumas Egan Project from the USA perform one of their songs. 10.00 Eilean Chanaigh (Summer on Canna). A winter with the residents on the island of Canna. Last in series. 11.00 Fraochy Bay 11.05 Machair 11.30 Alleluia! (Spiritual Music & Verse) 12.00m’t-6.00am Alba Today 6.00am Good Morning Britain 9.00 Lorraine Entertainment news. 10.00 This Morning Celebrity chat. 12.30pm Loose Women Celebrity interviews and topical debate. 1.30 ITV Lunchtime News; Weather 1.55 STV News; Weather 2.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal The team are in Oldham to hunt for items to put up for auction. 3.00 Lingo Ben and Oliver, Katie and Ant, and Tina and Des compete. 4.00 Tipping Point Coin-drop quiz. 5.00 The Chase Bradley Walsh presents as contestants Maryanne, Susan, Nadeem and Malcolm work as a team to take on one of the ruthless Chasers. 6.00 STV News at Six; Weather 6.30 ITV Evening News; Weather 7.00 Emmerdale Belle accompanies Tracy on their diversionary day out, Nate tries to make amends with Ms Metcalfe, and Meena has a plan. 7.30 Britain’s Busiest Motorway Documentary charting the work of the men and women who toil behind the scenes to keep the M25 running, including maintenance workers Jack and Jamie. (R) 8.00 Love Your Garden Alan creates a garden complete with outside gym, kitchen/ lounge and an office for a family that has turned personal struggles into a thriving charity. 9.00 I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! The famous faces continue to deal with the cold and hunger, all in the hope of being crowned this year’s King or Queen of the Castle. 10.05 ITV News at Ten; Weather A fresh perspective on the major stories of the day. 10.35 STV News; Weather 10.45 Scotland Tonight; Weather Current affairs show that tackles the latest issues. 11.10 On Assignment Rageh Omaar reports from Israel where the country’s first coalition government without Benjamin Netanyahu in more than a decade has just passed its first budget. 11.45 It’s Clarkson on TV. Jeremy Clarkson takes a look at the highs and lows of the small screen. (R) 12.25am Home Shopping 3.00 FYI Extra 3.15 Loose Women. Celebrity interviews. (R) 4.05 Unwind With STV 5.05-6.00am Tipping Point. Quiz. (R) BBC One N Ireland As BBC One except: 1.30-1.45pm BBC Newsline; Weather 6.30 BBC Newsline; Weather 7.00 The One Show. Hosted by Lauren Laverne and Jermaine Jenas. 7.30 EastEnders. Zack desperately tries to fix his mistake. 7.50 Holby City. Eli struggles to focus as he worries about Amelia’s health. 8.30-9.00 The Bidding Room. The dealers bid for a coffee grinder, a rocking horse and a lifesized dummy. 10.25 BBC Newsline; Weather 10.35 Spotlight 11.05 I Like the Way U Move 12.05am Britney 12.30- 1.20am The Graham Norton Show BBC Two N Ireland As BBC Two except: 11.15pm Ulster By the Sea 11.45 NFL This Week 12.35am Snooker: UK Championship 1.25-2.55am Snooker: UK Championship Extra ITV Border 6.00am Kirstie’s House of Craft (R) 6.10 Countdown (R) 6.50 The Big Bang Theory (R) 7.35 The King of Queens (R) 9.00 Frasier (R) 10.30 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA (R) 11.30 Find It, Fix It, Flog It (R) 12.30pm Steph’s Packed Lunch 2.10 Countdown Word game. 3.00 Moneybags Quiz show. 4.00 A Place in the Sun A couple look for a home in Cyprus. 5.00 Four in a Bed At Oakleigh Guest House in Blackpool. (R) 5.30 Bidding Wars The re-sellers compete to win camping items. 6.00 The Simpsons Homer and his friends form a bowling team. 6.30 Hollyoaks Luke is on the search for his best friend. (R) 7.00 Channel 4 News Including sport and weather reports. 8.00 Sarah Beeny’s New Life in the Country Documentary continuing the real-life adventures of property expert Sarah Beeny, her husband Graham Swift and their four sons after quitting their lives in London to start anew at a former dairy farm in Somerset. 9.00 Miriam and Alan: Lost in Scotland (3/3) Miriam Margolyes and Alan Cumming conclude their Scottish adventure making their way from Inverness to Edinburgh. Along the way, they visit Alan’s mum Mary, and go rambling with her walking group in Monikie Country Park. The duo also get a lesson in ‘zen golf’ from an old school friend of Alan. 10.00 Stath Lets Flats Alone and struggling to start anew, Stath sees his dad’s wedding as the perfect opportunity to win back the love of his life. Comedy, starring Jamie Demetriou. Last in series. 10.30 Gogglebox TV critiques. (R) 11.35 Taskmaster Each contestant retains hopes of being crowned the winner. Last in series. (R) 12.35am Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA (R) 1.25 Iris Prize Best British Shorts: Smile 2.45 FILM Mahanagar (1963/PG) Drama, starring Madhabi Mukherjee and Anil Chatterjee. ★★★★ 5.00 Kirstie and Phil’s Love It or List It (R) 5.55-6.10am Kirstie’s House of Craft. Colourful paper gift bags. (R) As STV except: 1.55-2.00pm ITV News Border 6.00-6.30 ITV News Lookaround 10.35 ITV News Border. The latest headlines. 10.50 Representing Border 11.20pm-12.25am The Jonathan Ross Show 4.05-5.05am Unwind with ITV ITV 2 6.00am Love Bites 7.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 8.00 Emmerdale 8.30 Coronation Street 9.30 Supermarket Sweep 10.30 I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! 11.30 Love Bites 12.30pm Emmerdale 1.00 Coronation Street 2.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 3.00 Dress to Impress 4.00 I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! 5.00 The Voice USA 7.00 Superstore Double bill. 8.00 Bob’s Burgers Double bill. 9.00 Family Guy Double bill of fun. 10.00 Plebs Double bill. The boys gatecrash a posh banquet after receiving an invitation by mistake. 11.00 Killer Camp 12.00m’t Family Guy 12.30 American Dad! 1.30 Bob’s Burgers 2.20 6.00am Milkshake! 9.15 Jeremy Vine 11.15 FILM Mingle All the Way (2018/PG) Romance, with Jen Lilley. ★★★ 12.55pm 5 News 1.00 Neighbours. See 6.00pm. 1.30 Christmas Romance Al Dente (2020/PG) Romance, starring Anni Krueger. ★★★ 3.15 Holly & Ivy (2020/U) Premiere. A woman decides the best way of coming to the aid of her terminally ill neighbour is by adopting her children. Drama, starring Janel Parrish. ★★★ 5.00 5 News at 5 Headlines. 6.00 Neighbours Chloe offers Nicolette a spare ticket to a concert in the city. (R) 6.30 Meerkat Manor The daily struggles faced by the animals. 7.00 Secret Life of the Forest (3/4) Autumn arrives at Kielder Forest and there’s a feeling of change in the air, with wildlife preparing for the colder months, including the red squirrels who are busy hoarding nuts. Followed by 5 News 8.00 Christmas on the Yorkshire Steam Railway: All Aboard It’s Christmas at the North Yorkshire Moors Railway, and cameras follow staff as they prepare for the festive season. (R) Followed by 5 News Update 9.00 Attack on Pearl Harbor: Caught By Surprise (1/3) A detailed account of the Japanese attacks on Pearl Harbor, beginning with the inception of the idea and the obstacles it faced during the months of planning. 10.00 Inside the Force: 24/7 Documentary going behind the scenes at a Lincoln police station, beginning by focusing on the custody suite as a procession of challenging suspects is brought in. (R) 11.05 FILM Death Wish (2018/15) A surgeon embarks on his own mission for justice following an attack on his wife and daughter. Thriller, starring Bruce Willis and Vincent D’Onofrio. ★★★ 1.10am The 21.co.uk Live Casino Show 3.10 Entertainment News on 5 3.15 Celebs in Solitary: Meltdown (R) 4.00 Raw Recruits: Squaddies at 16 (R) 4.50 Britain’s Greatest Bridges. Rob Bell explores the history of the Tyne Bridge. (R) 5.35 Thomas & Friends (R) 5.45-6.00am Paw Patrol (R) Superstore 3.10 Unwind With ITV 3.30-6.00am Teleshopping BBC 4 7.00pm The Joy of Painting: Winter Specials Steve Ross creates an oval painting of a winter landscape. 7.30 Winter Walks Alastair Campbell treks across the Yorkshire Dales. 8.00 Keeping Up Appearances Hyacinth visits a stately home. 8.30 One Foot in the Grave Victor starts work on a sitcom script. 9.00 dinnerladies Philippa has a bright idea for raising spirits. 9.30 Mark Lawson Talks to Richard Wilson The actor in conversation. 10.30 Scots in China Neil Oliver explores modern China by meeting Scottish people living there. 11.30 Scots in China 12.30am What Do Artists Do All Day? 1.00 Mindful Escapes: Breathe, Release, Restore 2.00 Mark Lawson Talks to Richard Wilson 3.00-3.30am Winter Walks

01.12 SUNDAY MAIL SEVEN DAYS NOVEMBER 28, 2021 27 6.00am Breakfast 9.15 Morning Live 10.00 Claimed and Shamed 10.45 Frontline Fightback (R) 11.15 Homes Under the Hammer (R) 12.15pm Bargain Hunt. From Nottingham. (R) 1.00 News; Reporting Scotland 1.45 Doctors Daniel and Emma help Luca deal with the fallout from yesterday, while Bear confronts Makeda about the past. 2.15 Politics Scotland Updates. 3.00 The Tournament Quiz show, hosted by Alex Scott. 3.45 Virtually Home Russell Sage helps redesign a couple’s living room in Norfolk. 4.30 The Repair Shop (R) 5.15 Pointless Low-scoring quiz. (R) 6.00 News; Reporting Scotland 6.30am Escape to the Country (R) 7.15 Virtually Home (R) 8.00 See Hear 8.30 Villages by the Sea (R) 9.00 BBC News at 9 10.00 BBC News 11.15 Politics Live. Stories from Westminster and beyond. 1.00pm Snooker: UK Championship Coverage of the opening last-16 matches from the Barbican Centre in York, played over the best of 11 frames. 5.15 Flog It! Paul Martin hosts from Rochester Cathedral in Kent. (R) 6.00 Richard Osman’s House of Games With Jessie Cave, Ayesha Hazarika, Simon Hickson and AJ Pritchard. 6.30 Strictly: It Takes Two Janette Manrara finds out all the latest backstage news and gossip from our couples. 6.00am Good Morning Britain 9.00 Lorraine Entertainment news. 10.00 This Morning Celebrity chat and lifestyle features. 12.30pm Loose Women Celebrity interviews and topical debate. 1.30 ITV Lunchtime News; Weather 1.55 STV News; Weather 2.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal The Albert Hall in Nottingham plays host to the dealer’s den. 3.00 Lingo Antony and Ricky, Greg and Augusto, and Georgia and Sally take part in the quiz. 4.00 Tipping Point Coin-drop quiz. 5.00 The Chase Contestants Jen, Fergus, Shelby and Rachael compete in the quiz. 6.00 STV News at Six; Weather 6.30 ITV Evening News; Weather 6.10am Countdown (R) 6.50 The Big Bang Theory (R) 7.35 The King of Queens (R) 9.00 Frasier (R) 10.30 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA (R) 11.30 Find It, Fix It, Flog It (R) 12.30pm Steph’s Packed Lunch 2.10 Countdown Word game. 3.00 Moneybags Quiz show. 4.00 A Place in the Sun Searching for a holiday home in Alicante. 5.00 Four in a Bed From the Bay House in Scarborough. (R) 5.30 Bidding Wars Contestants compete to win inflatables, women’s clothing and cleaning products. Kevin Duala presents. 6.00 The Simpsons Animated fun. 6.30 Hollyoaks Sid tries to convince Leela to come clean. (R) 6.00am Milkshake! 9.15 Jeremy Vine 11.15 Christmas Joy (2018/PG) Romantic drama, starring Danielle Panabaker. ★★★ 12.55pm 5 News at Lunchtime 1.00 Neighbours See 6.00pm. 1.30 The Road Home for Christmas (2019/PG) Premiere. Drama, starring Marla Sokoloff. ★★ 3.15 The Christmas House (2020/PG) Premiere. Drama, starring Robert Buckley. ★★★ 5.00 5 News at 5 The headlines. 6.00 Neighbours Paul reels from learning Glen’s real reason for coming to Erinsborough. (R) 6.30 Meerkat Manor The daily struggles and dangers faced by the animals living on the edge of the Kalahari desert. 7.00 The One Show Alex Scott and Jermaine Jenas present live studio-based chat. 7.30 Grand Tours of Scotland’s Rivers Paul Murton follows the eastward course of the river South Esk from its source in the hills above Glen Clova to the Montrose Basin, and on to the sea. Along the way he searches for Scotland’s rarest plant. 8.00 The Repair Shop Experts try to restore family heirlooms and treasured possessions to their former glory. (R) 9.00 Paddy and Christine McGuinness: Our Family and Autism TV host Paddy McGuinness and his wife Christine have three children, all of whom have been diagnosed with autism, so the couple set out to gain a greater understanding of the condition. 7.00 Walking with Shappi Khorsandi The comic and author walks through stunning scenery in the Peak District and along the Monsal Trail, enjoying a sense of calm and composure in the country air. 7.30 Between the Covers (4/6) Sara Cox is joined by Alan Davies, Sarah Kendall, Iain Stirling and Suzi Ruffell. 8.00 Inside the Christmas Factory Gregg Wallace visits a factory that produces two million tins of festive chocolate assortments a year, while Cherry Healey learns how the Royal Mail produces Christmas stamps. (R) 9.00 Universe (5/5) In the final episode of the series, Brian Cox explores how cutting-edge space missions have revealed the origin of the universe. 7.00 Emmerdale Billy has a shock, and Cain is in charge. 7.30 Coronation Street Aggie withdraws her babysitting services to punish Grace. 8.00 Paul O’Grady: For the Love of Dogs (8/6) Paul meets a gentle giant Great Dane that is looking for a loving home, and a pair of bickering Lakeland Terriers who need to be taught how to reign in their mischievous behaviour. 8.30 Coronation Street Curtis panics when his father Neville introduces himself to Emma. 9.00 I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! The famous faces continue to deal with the cold and hunger at their temporary home in Abergele on the North Wales coast, as they take on daily trials to win food for their fellow campmates. 7.00 Channel 4 News Including sport and weather reports. 8.00 George Clarke’s Old House, New Home George helps transform a Clapham terrace that needs to accommodate three generations of the same family, and meets a couple tackling the upstairs of their 16thcentury gatehouse in Hove. 9.00 Grand Designs: House of the Year Kevin McCloud, Damion Burrows and Michelle Ogundehin visit five properties that solve problems, including a riverside house designed to withstand floods, a timber home that elegantly resolves the challenges of building in a remote environment and a house that deploys discreet camouflage to blend into its overlooked setting. 7.00 The Gadget Show (10/12) Jon and Georgie test out the iPad Pro against the MacBook Air, while Jon heads to a classic railway with a long-standing member of the BBC Radio 4 Archers team to test eReaders. Followed by 5 News Update 8.00 Police Interceptors (4/10) The Knife Crime team have a couple of suspected drug users under observation, and after confronting one of them, he quickly manages to swallow some cannabis. Followed by 5 News Update 9.00 Attack on Pearl Harbor: 30 Mins of Hell (2/3) The attack begins and the months of practice by Japanese fighters are put into place, as 183 Japanese bombers and fighters wipe out almost all the Pacific Fleet’s battleships. 10.00 News; Reporting Scotland 10.35 Sportscene Steven Thompson presents action from the latest Premiership fixtures, featuring Hibernian v Rangers, Aberdeen v Livingston and Dundee v St Johnstone. 11.45 Match of the Day Action from the latest Premier League fixtures, including Everton v Liverpool at Goodison Park and Aston Villa v Manchester City at Villa Park. 1.05am Delivering Christmas: What’s in Store? – Panorama. Jane Corbin investigates if the UK’s supply chains can deliver in time for Christmas and analyses the effect of the energy price hike on household bills. 1.35 Weather for the Week Ahead 1.40-6.00am BBC News BBC Scotland 12.00noon This Is BBC Scotland 7.00 Highlands: Scotland’s Wild Heart. The summer season. 8.00 This Farming Life. Emma and Ewan hatch a plan to breed peacocks. 9.00 The Nine 10.00 The Hunt for Bible John. Part two of two. The discovery of a third victim in 1969 leaves detectives convinced they are dealing with a serial killer. Magnus Linklater recalls covering the case. 11.00 Darren McGarvey’s Scotland 11.30pm-12.00m’t The Disasters That Shocked Scotland BBC Alba 6.00am Alba Today 5.00pm Su Pic (Peek Zoo) 5.10 Bing 5.25 Orain CBeebies 5.30 Gudrun – A’ Bhana-phrionnsa Lochlannach 5.35 Leum is Danns (Jump and Dance) 5.50 Rita is Crogall 5.55 Stoiridh 6.00 Kung Fu Panda 6.25 Damhan & Durrag/Pipas & Douglas 6.30 Geamaichean Gorach 6.35 Saidheans 10.00 Live at the Apollo (4/7) The inimitable Larry Dean introduces comedians Harriet Kemsley and Slim to the stage. 10.30 Newsnight Analysis of the day’s events, with Emily Maitlis. 11.15 Snooker: UK Championship Action from the opening last-16 matches, held at the Barbican Centre in York, played over the best of 11 frames. 12.05am Snooker: UK Championship Extra. Extended highlights from one of today’s matches at the Barbican Centre, where the last 16 got under way. 2.05 See Hear (R) 2.35 Surgeons: At the Edge of Life. Neurosurgeon Rod Laing attempts to remove a slipped disc. (R) 3.35 MasterChef: The Professionals Double bill. (R) 5.35-6.30am This Is BBC Two Sporsail (Backyard Science) 7.00 Celtic Connections Shorts. Lau perform Far from Portland. 7.10 An La (News) 7.20 LIVE SPFL Challenge Cup. Queen of the South v Greenock Morton (kick-off 7.30pm). 9.30 Transatlantic Sessions. Featuring Ricky Skaggs, Alison Krauss, Eddi Reader, Bela Fleck and Sharon White. 10.00 Scottish Premiership Football. St Mirren v Ross County. Full match coverage, with commentary from Derek MacKay. 11.45 Na Tuinichean Mi-thoilichte 12.00m’t-6.00am Alba Today BBC One N Ireland As BBC One except: 1.30-1.45pm BBC Newsline; Weather 2.15 The Tournament 3.00-3.45 Escape to the Country 6.30 BBC Newsline; Weather 7.00 Hope Street. Leila alienates the whole town by accusing a popular farmer of murder. 7.45 Barra’s Wild Days Out. Barra Best helps out at an alpaca farm in Clogher Valley. 8.00 Delivering Christmas: What’s in 10.05 ITV News at Ten; Weather A fresh perspective on the major stories of the day. 10.35 STV News; Weather 10.45 Scotland Tonight; Weather Current affairs show that tackles the latest issues behind the headlines from a Scottish perspective. 11.10 Peston Political magazine show presented by Robert Peston, featuring major interviews with MPs, topical guests and cultural figures. Including updates from social media taking in perspectives from viewers, experts and key players throughout the programme 3.00 FYI Extra 3.15 Undercover Big Boss (R) 4.05 Unwind With STV 5.05-6.00am Tipping Point (R) Store? – Panorama. Jane Corbin asks if the UK’s supply chains can deliver in time for Christmas. 8.30-9.00 The Bidding Room. Featuring soda syphons, a Carry On film poster, and two 1930s suitcases. 10.25 BBC Newsline 10.35 The Wild Gardener. The arrival of rain transforms Colin Stafford-Johnson’s childhood garden. 11.05 Match of the Day 12.25am Top Gear 1.30-6.00am BBC News BBC Two N Ireland As BBC Two except: 7.00-7.30pm The One Show. Hosted by Alex Scott and Jermaine Jenas. 10.00-10.30 Spotlight. An investigation into why police searched Mid and East Antrim Council offices. 11.15 Live at the Apollo 11.45 Snooker: UK Championship 12.35- 2.05am Snooker: UK Championship Extra ITV Border As STV except: 1.55-2.00pm ITV News 10.00 The Love Trap Joel Dommett presents the penultimate edition which sees five wedding ceremonies take place, with each bride hoping to be one that David will eventually choose. 11.05 First Dates A magazine editor meets a storyteller. (R) 12.05am The Great British Bake Off: Best Bits. 10 years of the culinary contest. (R) 1.05 The Great British Bake Off: An Extra Slice (R) 2.00 Iris Prize Best British Shorts: Resilience 3.05 Escape from the Taliban: Dispatches (R) 3.35 Unreported World (R) 4.00 The Truth about Your Chicken: Dispatches (R) 4.30 Kirstie and Phil’s Love It or List It (R) 5.25 A Place in the Sun (R) 5.50-6.10am Food Unwrapped (R) Border 6.00-6.30 ITV News Lookaround 10.35 ITV News Border. The day’s headlines. 10.45 Representing Border. Political news from Holyrood and Westminster. 11.15pm-12.10am Peston 4.05-5.05am Unwind with ITV ITV 2 6.00am Love Bites 7.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 8.00 Emmerdale 8.30 You’ve Been Framed! 9.30 Supermarket Sweep 10.30 I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! 11.35 Love Bites 12.30pm Emmerdale 1.00 You’ve Been Framed! 2.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 3.00 Dress to Impress 4.00 I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! 5.00 The Voice USA 6.00 Celebrity Catchphrase: Christmas Special Gameshow. 7.00 Superstore Double bill. 8.00 Bob’s Burgers Double bill. 9.00 Family Guy Double bill. 10.00 Peckham’s Finest 10.45 Killer Camp It is vote-off day. 11.40 Family Guy 12.40am American Dad! 1.40 Bob’s Burgers: double 10.00 Nightmare Tenants, Slum Landlords Catching up with a landlord two years after he got his property back from a troublesome tenant who refused to leave the property without a fight. 11.05 Fare Dodgers: At War with the Law Karen and Peter run a sting operation to catch out passengers fraudulently using discounted travel passes. (R) 12.05am Mummies Unwrapped. 1.00 The 21.co.uk Live Casino Show 3.00 Entertainment News on 5 3.10 DHL: Delivering the World to You (R) 4.00 Raw Recruits: Squaddies at 16 (R) 4.45 A Celebrity Taste of Italy (R) 5.35 Thomas & Friends: Big World! Big Adventures! (R) 5.45-6.00am Paw Patrol (R) bill 2.30 Superstore 3.20 Unwind With ITV 3.30-6.00am Teleshopping BBC 4 7.00pm The Joy of Painting: Winter Specials Bob Ross captures a chilly mountain landscape. 7.30 Winter Walks The Rev Kate Bottley treks across Wensleydale. 8.00 Earth: The Power of the Planet Dr Iain Stewart demonstrates the strength Earth derives from its position in the solar system and the protection afforded by the presence of Jupiter. 9.00 Charley Boorman: Sydney to Tokyo, by Any Means The adventurer begins the penultimate leg of his journey in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. 10.00 Rise of the Clans How the clans plotted against Mary, Queen of Scots. 11.00 Bute: The Scot Who Spent a Welsh Fortune 12.00m’t Two Types: The Faces of Britain 1.00 Earth: The Power of the Planet 2.00 Winter Walks 2.30-3.30am Rise of the Clans

28 02.12 SEVENDAYS@SUNDAYMAIL.CO.UK 6.00am Breakfast 9.15 Morning Live 10.00 Claimed and Shamed 10.45 Frontline Fightback (R) 11.15 Bargain Hunt 12.00noon First Minister’s Questions 1.00 News; Reporting Scotland 1.45 Doctors Daniel and Bear try to help Luca, but he does not play ball, and Karen worries. 2.15 The Tournament Quiz show. 3.00 Escape to the Country Nicki Chapman helps a couple find a West Yorkshire property. (R) 3.45 Virtually Home A couple want to redesign their living room. 4.30 The Repair Shop Mechanical expert Steve Fletcher takes on an ornate but broken clock. (R) 5.15 Pointless Low-scoring quiz. (R) 6.00 News; Reporting Scotland 6.30am Bargain Hunt (R) 7.15 Virtually Home (R) 8.00 The Mating Game (R) 9.00 BBC News at 9 10.00 BBC News 12.15pm Politics Live. The latest stories from Westminster and beyond. 1.00 Snooker: UK Championship Coverage of the latest last-16 matches from the Barbican Centre in York, played over the best of 11 frames. 5.15 Flog It! Paul Martin goes behind the scenes of Bamburgh Castle in Northumberland. (R) 6.00 Richard Osman’s House of Games Jessie Cave, Ayesha Hazarika, Simon Hickson and AJ Pritchard take part. 6.30 Strictly: It Takes Two Janette Manrara dishes up all the backstage gossip. 6.00am Good Morning Britain 9.00 Lorraine Entertainment news. 10.00 This Morning Celebrity chat and lifestyle features. 12.30pm Loose Women Celebrity interviews and topical debate. 1.30 ITV Lunchtime News; Weather 1.55 STV News; Weather 2.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal In Blackburn, Alys Dobbie meets a time-travelling fan, Matt Taylor hopes a big deal won’t go up in smoke, and things heat up for Karen Dalmeny. 3.00 Lingo Quiz, hosted by Adil Ray. 4.00 Tipping Point Coin-drop quiz. 5.00 The Chase Paul, Emily, Debra and Philip take part. 6.00 STV News at Six; Weather 6.30 ITV Evening News; Weather 6.10am Countdown (R) 6.50 The Big Bang Theory (R) 7.35 The King of Queens (R) 9.00 Frasier (R) 10.30 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA (R) 11.30 Find It, Fix It, Flog It (R) 12.30pm Steph’s Packed Lunch 2.10 Countdown Word game. 3.00 Moneybags Quiz show. 4.00 A Place in the Sun A pair seek a secluded house in Portugal. 5.00 Four in a Bed The final visit is to The Farrier in Cayton. (R) 5.30 Bidding Wars Auction challenge, with Kevin Duala. 6.00 The Simpsons (9/21) The people of Springfield launch a search party to find Bart. 6.30 Hollyoaks Tony has a devastating announcement. (R) 6.00am Milkshake! 9.15 Jeremy Vine 11.15 Christmas Town (2019/U) Drama, starring Candace Cameron Bure. ★★★ 12.55pm 5 News at Lunchtime 1.00 Neighbours. See 6.00pm. 1.30 Santa’s Squad (2020/PG) Premiere. A jobless art teacher finds work with the Santa Squad. Romance, starring Aaron Ashmore. ★★★ 3.15 Dashing Home for Christmas (2020/PG) Premiere. Romantic drama, starring Paniz Zade and Adrian Spencer. ★★ 5.00 5 News at 5 Headlines. 6.00 Neighbours Hendrix gets a chance to redeem himself. (R) 6.30 Meerkat Manor A look at the struggles faced by the animals. 7.00 The One Show Ronan Keating and Alex Scott host the magazine featuring celebrity chat and stories of interest. 7.35 EastEnders Eve keeps her scheming under wraps but Stacey is suspicious. Tiffany learns a lesson the hard way, Denise gets an idea to help Kim, and Phil steps up for Sharon. 8.00 Sort Your Life Out with Stacey Solomon Stacey and her team face one of their most emotional challenges – to transform a rented home with ingenious hacks for a mother with limited mobility. 9.00 MasterChef: The Professionals Four chefs are assigned one of two tasks by Marcus Wareing and Monica Galetti. Then they each prepare a two-course signature dish in a bid to reach the quarter-finals. 7.00 Snooker: UK Championship Coverage of the concluding last-16 matches from the Barbican Centre in York, played over the best of 11 frames. 8.00 Mary Berry – Love to Cook In Carmarthen Bay, Mary and daughter Annabel meet forager Craig Evans. Dishes include roast fillet of beef with fresh horseradish. 8.30 Nadiya’s Fast Flavours The cook presents a selection of fresh and healthy recipes, including a Thai salad that takes Nadiya back to her sundrenched travels, and a light alternative to the Sunday roast. 9.00 Surgeons: At the Edge of Life (4/6) Documentary series following the work of leading surgeons as they push medical boundaries to the limit. 7.00 Emmerdale Brenda rallies the villagers. Meanwhile, Bear and Faith come up with a plan. 7.30 Scotland Tonight Current affairs show that tackles the issues behind the headlines from a Scottish perspective. 8.00 Emmerdale Rishi has gone all out, Priya’s anxieties resurface, and Aaron fears the worst. Long-running soap, starring Bhasker Patel, Fiona Wade and Danny Miller. 8.30 The Martin Lewis Money Show: Live Martin shines a light on the best deals out there to make your cash go further during this challenging month. 9.00 I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! The longsuffering stars continue to brave life in Gwrych Castle, while Ant and Dec look at highlights from the past 24 hours. 7.00 Channel 4 News Headlines. 8.00 Luxury Christmas for Less Part one of two. Sabrina Grant and Sophie Morgan speak to brand insiders, who spill the beans on how to indulge on luxury Christmas products without breaking the bank. This first of two programmes includes a guide to buying real diamonds at half the price and designer smelling perfumes. 9.00 24 Hours in A&E Karan is rushed to St George’s by ambulance after being tackled in a football match, leaving the 24-year-old with fractured bones in his leg. Will has a painful swelling on his head due to an infection of his scalp. The 30-year-old shares the story of how his teenage life was suddenly altered after an unprovoked assault. 7.00 Carol Klein’s Great British Gardens The plantswoman and broadcaster visits outstanding gardens across the UK and meets the people who look after them. Last in series. Followed by 5 News Update 8.00 Inside the Tower of London (4/6) Tracy Borman discovers yesterday’s trash is today’s treasure as she looks at some of the rubbish discarded from the Tower in years gone by. Followed by 5 News Update 9.00 Attack on Pearl Harbor: Declaration of War (3/3) Drama and mayhem ensue as the first wave of the attack draws to an end. The Americans realise a second wave of attack is incoming. They prepare anti-aircraft guns and manage to launch a few planes that were not destroyed. 10.00 News; Reporting Scotland 10.35 Question Time Broadcaster Fiona Bruce chairs the topical debate, inviting a panel of politicians and other guests to answer questions from an invited audience. 11.35 Newscast Adam Fleming, Laura Kuenssberg and Chris Mason discuss the week’s biggest stories on their weekly round-up. 12.05am Michael McIntyre’s The Wheel. The comedian hosts the Saturday-night gameshow, as contestants take on a colossal spinning wheel and answer questions in the hope of securing a cash prize. (R) 1.05 Blankety Blank (R) 1.40 Weather for the Week Ahead 1.45-6.00am BBC News. Headlines. BBC Scotland 12.00noon This Is BBC Scotland 7.00 The River. The river bailiff team responds to more reports of salmon poaching. 7.30 Grand Tours of Scotland’s Rivers. Paul Murton explores the history of the River Nith in the south west. 8.00 Scotland’s Best Dog. This week’s contenders are Darcey, Nodens and Ro. 8.30 Landward. Anne Lundon visits Falkland Palace in Fife as it prepares to close up for winter. 9.00 The Nine 10.00 Greetings from Scotland. Part two of two. Two events that transformed Scottish tourism in 1995. 11.00 Sportscene 11.30pm-12.00m’t The Karen Dunbar Show BBC Alba 6.00am Alba Today 5.00pm Piseag & Cuilean/Kit & Pup 5.10 Sionnach agus Maigheach (Fox & Hare) 5.25 Shane an Chef 5.35 Abadas 5.50 Su Pic (Peek Zoo) 5.55 Stoiridh 6.00 Donnie Murdo 10.00 Mock the Week (10/13) Dara O Briain and Hugh Dennis find some humour in current events with guests Angela Barnes, Ed Byrne, Laura Lexx, Jonny Pelham and Ahir Shah. 10.30 Newsnight The day’s events, with Emma Barnett. 11.15 Snooker: UK Championship Action from the concluding last-16 matches, held at the Barbican Centre in York. 12.05am Snooker: UK Championship Extra. Extended highlights from one of today’s matches at the Barbican Centre in York. 2.05 The Hairy Bikers Go North (R) 3.05 Strictly Come Dancing (R) 4.10 Strictly Come Dancing: The Results (R) 4.50-6.30am This Is BBC Two (Danger Mouse) 6.15 Damhan & Durrag/ Pipas & Douglas 6.20 Na Dana-thursan aig Tintin/The Adventures of Tintin 6.45 Port Paipeir 7.00 Beartas nan Daoine (The People’s Riches). Alexander Carmichael and Fr Allan MacDonald. 7.25 Dan. Martin MacGregor talks about the value of poetry as a source for historians like himself. 7.30 SpeakGaelic. Calum Maclean keeps a keen eye on the tide while on the hunt for spectacular cave art. 8.00 An La (News) 8.30 Eorpa. The most important stories from across Europe and the UK. 9.00 Colin Macleod – When It Kicks In. Singer-songwriter Colin Macleod at work. 10.00 Mach a Seo! 10.30 Sealgairean Mara. Marine biologist Lorien Picehegru studies the hunting techniques used by the Cape gannet. 11.20 Celtic Connections Shorts 11.30 Transatlantic Sessions 12.00m’t-6.00am Alba Today BBC One N Ireland 10.20 ITV News; Weather A fresh perspective on the major stories of the day, featuring national and international news. 10.50 STV News; Weather 11.05 How to Complain and Win! Tonight Adam Shaw gets to the bottom of what it takes to get it right when you make a complaint. 11.35 Heathrow: Britain’s Busiest Airport. Passenger Experience Manager Harry rushes to a gate that has had its door smashed. Last in series. (R) 12.00m’t Home Shopping 3.00 FYI Extra 3.15 How to Complain and Win! Tonight (R) 3.40 Wonders of the Coast Path. Sean Fletcher travels around the Llyn Peninsula. (R) 4.05 Unwind With STV 5.05-6.00am Tipping Point. Quiz, hosted by Ben Shephard. (R) As BBC One except: 11.15am Homes Under the Hammer 12.15-1.00pm Bargain Hunt 1.30-1.45 BBC Newsline; Weather 6.30-7.00 BBC Newsline; Weather 10.25 BBC Newsline; Weather 10.35 The View. News, comment and analysis from Stormont and Westminster. 11.15 Question Time 12.15am The Ulster Rugby Show 12.45 Newscast 1.15 Blankety Blank 1.50-6.00am BBC News BBC Two N Ireland As BBC Two except: 10.00-10.30pm The Ulster Rugby Show 11.15 Mock the Week. With Angela Barnes. 11.45 Snooker: UK Championship 12.35- 2.05am Snooker: UK Championship Extra ITV Border As STV except: 1.55-2.00pm ITV News Border 6.00-6.30 ITV News Lookaround 7.30-8.00 How to Complain and Win! Tonight. Adam Shaw gets to the bottom of what it takes to get it right when you 10.00 Cancelled Presenter Richard Bacon examines how so-called ‘cancel culture’ is affecting people’s lives. 11.00pm Unapologetic Yinka Bokinni and Zeze Millz invite black people to talk freely about everything and anything, offering views on the big issues of the day. 12.00m’t Gogglebox. TV critiques. (R) 1.00 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA (R) 1.50 Undercover Boss USA (R) 2.40 FILM Mistress America (2015/15) A lonely student’s life shaken up when she gets drawn into her stepsister’s bizarre schemes. Comedy, starring Lola Kirke and Greta Gerwig. ★★★★ 4.05 Couples Come Dine with Me (R) 5.00 Kirstie and Phil’s Love It or List It (R) 5.55- 6.10am Kirstie’s House of Craft (R) make a complaint. 10.50 ITV News Border 11.05 Representing Border 11.30 On Assignment 12.05-3.00am Home Shopping 4.05-5.05am Unwind with ITV ITV 2 6.00am Love Bites 7.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 8.00 Emmerdale 8.30 Coronation Street 9.30 Supermarket Sweep 10.30 I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! 11.30 Love Bites 12.30pm Emmerdale 1.00 Coronation Street 2.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 3.00 Dress to Impress 4.00 I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! 5.00 The Voice USA 7.00 Superstore Comedy double bill. 8.00 Bob’s Burgers Double bill. Linda takes flying lessons; the Thanksgiving turkey ends up in the toilet. 9.00 Family Guy Four episodes. 11.00 Killer Camp. The vote-off sends shockwaves through camp. 12.00m’t Family Guy 12.30 American Dad! 1.20 Bad Boy Chiller Crew 2.05 Bob’s 10.00 Casualty 24/7: Every Second Counts One of the department’s new junior doctors treats a man with a suspected case of sepsis, that has been triggered by the tracheostomy tube he relies on to breathe. (R) 11.05 FILM Sudden Impact (1983/18) Maverick detective ‘Dirty’ Harry pursues a vigilante taking revenge on the men who raped her. Crime thriller, directed by and starring Clint Eastwood. ★★★ 1.20am The 21.co.uk Live Casino Show 3.20 Inside DHL: The World’s Biggest Delivery Company (R) 4.10 Raw Recruits: Squaddies at 16 (R) 5.00 Oxford Street: Countdown to Christmas (R) 5.45-6.00am Paw Patrol (R) Burgers 2.30 Superstore 3.20 Unwind With ITV 3.30-6.00am Teleshopping BBC 4 7.00pm The Joy of Painting: Winter Specials A cabin in the woods. 7.30 Winter Walks Nihal Arthanayake explores around the Cumbria and Lancashire border. Last in series. 8.00 Sound of Musicals with Neil Brand How the modern shape of the musical was established.9.00 FILM The Conversation (1974/12) An obsessive electronic surveillance expert gets personally involved in a dangerous case. Thriller, starring Gene Hackman. ★★★★★ 10.50 Timeshift – Dial B for Britain: The Story of the Landline The story of how Britain’s telephone network was built. Victoria Coren Mitchell narrates. 11.50 Sofia Coppola: Life Cinematic 12.50am Sound of Musicals with Neil Brand 1.50 Winter Walks 2.20-3.35am Antony Gormley: How Art Began

03.12 SUNDAY MAIL SEVEN DAYS NOVEMBER 28, 2021 29 6.00am Breakfast 9.15 Morning Live 10.00 Claimed and Shamed 10.45 Frontline Fightback (R) 11.15 Homes Under the Hammer (R) 12.15pm Bargain Hunt. With Eric Knowles. 1.00 News; Reporting Scotland 1.45 The Tournament Quiz show. 2.30 Garden Rescue An Italian garden in Fareham. (R) 3.00 Escape to the Country Sonali Shah helps a woman find a home in North Wales. (R) 3.45 Virtually Home A couple seek to revamp their living room. 4.30 The Repair Shop Suzie Fletcher undertakes the repair of a treasured toy horse. (R) 5.15 Pointless Low-scoring quiz. (R) 6.00 News; Reporting Scotland 6.30am Bargain Hunt (R) 7.15 Virtually Home (R) 8.00 Walking with Nick Grimshaw (R) 8.30 Nadiya’s Fast Flavours (R) 9.00 BBC News at 9 10.00 BBC News 12.15pm Politics UK 1.00 Snooker: UK Championship Coverage of the opening quarter-finals from the Barbican Centre in York, played over the best of 11 frames. 5.15 Flog It! Experts Raj Bisram and Adam Partridge assess antiques at Rochester Cathedral in Kent. Paul Martin presents. (R) 6.00 Richard Osman’s House of Games Jessie Cave, Ayesha Hazarika, Simon Hickson and AJ Pritchard take part. 6.30 Strictly: It Takes Two Rylan is on hand with more exclusives. 6.00am Good Morning Britain 9.00 Lorraine Entertainment news. 10.00 This Morning Celebrity chat and lifestyle features. 12.30pm Loose Women Celebrity interviews and topical debate. 1.30 ITV Lunchtime News; Weather 1.55 STV News; Weather 2.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal David Dickinson lands at Aerospace Bristol, where the team set up the dealers’ den beneath the wings of the majestic Concorde. 3.00 Lingo Quiz, hosted by Adil Ray. 4.00 Tipping Point Coin-drop quiz, hosted by Ben Shephard. 5.00 The Chase Simon, Romer, Sammy and Vicky take part. 6.00 STV News at Six; Weather 6.30 ITV Evening News; Weather 6.10am Countdown (R) 6.50 The Big Bang Theory (R) 7.35 The King of Queens (R) 9.00 Frasier (R) 10.30 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA (R) 11.30 Find It, Fix It, Flog It (R) 12.30pm Steph’s Packed Lunch 2.10 Countdown Word game. 3.00 Moneybags Quiz show. 4.00 A Place in the Sun A married couple seek an apartment with a sea view on the Costa del Sol. 5.00 Four in a Bed The B&Bers settle some scores. (R) 5.30 Bidding Wars The latest three packed pallets are titled beauty, retro toys and lucky dip. 6.00 The Simpsons Animated fun. 6.30 Hollyoaks The McQueens protest outside The Dog. (R) 6.00am Milkshake! 9.15 Jeremy Vine 11.15 Jingle Around the Clock (2018/PG) Romantic drama, starring Brooke Nevin. ★★★ 12.55pm 5 News at Lunchtime 1.00 Neighbours See 6.00pm. 1.30 Check Inn to Christmas (2019/ PG) Premiere. A woman comes home to spend the holidays with her family running their inn. Drama, with Rachel Boston. ★★ 3.15 Mrs Miracle 2: Miracle in Manhattan (2010/PG) Drama, starring Doris Roberts. ★★★ 5.00 5 News at 5 Headlines. 6.00 Neighbours Ned’s worried that Levi’s colleagues will upset Amy further at the police ball. (R) 6.30 Meerkat Manor A look at the struggles faced by the animals. 7.00 The One Show Ronan Keating rounds off the week. 7.30 Landward Anne Lundon steps back in time at Falkland Palace as it prepares to close for winter, while Dougie Vipond takes a journey along the Kyle railway line. Last in series. (R) 8.00 EastEnders The Taylors are devastated and Karen makes it clear who is to blame, and Kim realises she needs to move on. 8.30 MasterChef: The Professionals This quarterfinal sees the chefs tasked to offer a stand-out two-course menu for leading restaurant critics Tracey MacLeod, Jimi Famurewa and Jay Rayner. 9.30 Have I Got News for You (8/10) Clive Myrie takes up the reins as guest host, with guests journalist Camilla Long and actor Miles Jupp. 7.00 Snooker: UK Championship Coverage of the concluding quarterfinals from York, played over the best of 11 frames. 8.00 Celebrity Antiques Road Trip Made in Chelsea’s Sam Thompson visits the Cotswolds B-roads with his best friend, Pete Wicks from The Only Way is Essex. Under the supervision of experts Margie Cooper and Raj Bisram, these reality TV star rivals go head-to-head as they swap on-screen antics for auction-worthy antiques. 9.00 New Forest: A Year In the Wild Wood Exploring the lives of people and wildlife inhabiting the New Forest National Park in Hampshire, where some of Britain’s rarest creatures, including the sand lizard, can be found. (R) 7.00 Emmerdale Rishi tries to encourage Priya, and a rift is forming within the Dingle clan. 7.30 Coronation Street Hashim advises Zeedan that a fire insurance payout will settle his debt, and Bernie blabs to Aggie. 8.00 Griff’s Great New Zealand Adventure (3/4) Griff takes the ferry crossing from the North to the South islands, and heads to the old whaling station on Queen Charlotte Sound – which operated until the 1970s. 8.30 Coronation Street Zeedan makes a horrifying discovery as Speed Daal goes up in flames. Aggie threatens to report Grace but is stopped in her tracks by a shock proposition. 9.00 I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! The stars face their second weekend living in the cold and damp camp. 7.00 Channel 4 News Including sport and weather reports. 8.00 Kirstie’s Handmade Christmas Kirstie Allsopp offers festive tips on how to have a stylish Christmas without breaking the bank. She is joined by her Relocation, Relocation co-host Phil Spencer, who attempts to wow her with his wrapping skills, and her florist sister Sofie, who’s tasked with creating some floral arrangements to add extra sparkle to the season. 9.00 Gogglebox The armchair critics share their opinions on what they have been watching during the week, with cameras capturing their instant reactions and the lively discussions that are prompted by the week’s biggest and best shows. Narrated by Craig Cash. 7.00 Secrets of the Imperial War Museum (2/6) At IWM’s flagship site in Lambeth Road, London, a team is racing to complete a set of new galleries dedicated to telling the story of the Second World War and the Holocaust. Followed by 5 News Update 8.00 The Thames at Night with Tony Robinson (2/4) The latest leg of the presenter’s journey begins in Greenwich, with behind-the-scenes access to the Royal Observatory on the banks of the Thames. Followed by 5 News Update 9.00 Draining Chicago: What Lies Beneath Draining Lake Michigan uncovers Chicago’s secret history and exposes a catastrophe that killed 300 people and reveals an engineering marvel. 10.00 News; Reporting Scotland 10.35 The Graham Norton Show (10/22) The host is joined by guests Tom Holland, Zendaya, Henry Cavill and Gugu Mbatha-Raw. Plus, Little Mix perform Between Us. 11.25 Question of Sport With Galal Yafai, Frazer Clarke and Alistair and Jonny Brownlee. 11.55 A View from the Terrace. Craig G Telfer, Craig Fowler, Shaughan McGuigan and Joel Sked present a sideways look at Scottish football, dissecting of ins and outs of the week’s action. (R) 12.55am In My Skin. Bethan once again finds herself caring for her mother. 1.25 Weather for the Week Ahead 1.30-6.00am BBC News. Headlines. BBC Scotland 12.00noon This Is BBC Scotland 7.00 The Seven 7.30 LIVE Sportscene: Friday Night Football. Inverness Caledonian Thistle v Kilmarnock (kick-off 7.45pm). All the action from the Championship encounter between the promotion contenders at Caledonian Stadium. 10.00 Still Game. Jack and Victor enlist an old friend to help them clean up the mean streets of Craiglang. Comedy, starring Ford Kiernan and Greg Hemphill. 10.30 A View from the Terrace. Craig G Telfer, Craig Fowler, Shaughan McGuigan and Joel Sked present a sideways look at Scottish football, dissecting of ins and outs of the week’s action. 11.30pm- 12.00m’t Sportscene: Scottish Football Classics BBC Alba 6.00am Alba Today 5.00pm Treubh an Tuathanais 5.15 Pompon Am Mathan 10.00 QI Sandi Toksvig and Alan Davies are joined by Josh Widdicombe, Susan Calman and Matt Lucas. The panel faces a series of questions on the subject of Noel. (R) 10.30 Newsnight Analysis of the day’s events, with Kirsty Wark. 11.05 Snooker: UK Championship Extra Highlights from one of today’s quarter-finals. 11.55 The Shipman Files: A Very British Crime Story. How the concept of ‘a good death’ helped Harold Shipman escape detection. (R) 12.55am Delivering Christmas: What’s in Store? – Panorama. With Jane Corbin. (R) 1.25 Who Do You Think You Are? (R) 2.25 Doctor Who: Flux (R) 3.15-6.20am This Is BBC Two Beag/Pompon Little Bear 5.25 Orain CBeebies 5.30 Creag nam Buthaidean (Puffin Rock) 5.40 Sionnach agus Maigheach (Fox & Hare) 5.55 Stoiridh 6.00 Aithne air Ainmhidhean (All About Animals) 6.20 Uaine 6.30 A’ Chuil 6.35 Na Moomins/Moomin Valley 7.00 An La (News) 7.25 Dan. Martin MacGregor talks about the value of poetry as a source for historians like himself. 7.30 Machair. Gaelic soap. 7.55 Fraochy Bay. A thief strikes at the local art gallery. 8.00 Fianais. Hedda Macleod discusses the changes in Eastern Europe in 1989. 8.30 An Cuan Sgith (The Minch). Anne Lundon goes in search of stories connected to the Minch. 9.00 Angus Sinclair – An Da Chunnart? The crimes of convicted serial killer and rapist Angus Sinclair. 9.55 Celtic Connections Shorts. A Canadian trio perform one of their tunes. 10.00 DNA. Rolf, Claire and Karol do not get much help as they try to find answers in a convent in Poland, while a connection to the case points to a 10.20 ITV News; Weather A fresh perspective on the major stories of the day, featuring national and international news. 10.50 STV News; Weather 11.05 Piers Morgan’s Life Stories: Joan Collins The actress talks about her 70 years in the film industry, covering everything from her early days appearing alongside Diana Dors and Bette Davis to her time in Dynasty. (R) 12.05am Home Shopping 3.00 FYI Extra 3.15 Rolling in It. With Simon Gregson, Lisa Riley and Richard Blackwood. (R) 4.05 Unwind With STV 5.05-6.00am Lingo. Married Londoners Pete and Matt, Hertfordshire mother and daughter Debbie and Taylor, and new parents Charly and Marcus from Essex take part in the quiz. (R) fertility clinic in Paris. 10.40 An t-Inneal Espresso/The Espresso Machine. Drama revolving around a high-end espresso machine. Ealasaid loaned her machine to Ailig’s girlfriend Una, and desperately wants it back. Unfortunately, Ailig and Una just broke up. 11.00 ALT 12.00m’t-6.00am Alba Today BBC One N Ireland As BBC One except: 1.30-1.45pm BBC Newsline; Weather 6.30-7.00 BBC Newsline; Weather 7.30-8.00 Question of Sport. With Galal Yafai, Frazer Clarke and Alistair and Jonny Brownlee. 10.25 BBC Newsline; Weather 10.35 The Blame Game. Priya Hall joins the regulars at the Marketplace Theatre in Armagh. 11.05 The Graham Norton Show 11.55 In My Skin 12.25am FILM Greta (2018/15) Premiere. Thriller, starring Isabelle Huppert. ★★★ 2.00-6.00am BBC News ITV Border 10.00 The Last Leg Presenters Adam Hills, Josh Widdicombe and Alex Brooker are joined by celebrity guests for a comic review of the significant moments of the last week. 11.05 The Big Narstie Show The grime MC and co-host Mo Gilligan host the fourth series of their chat, comedy and music show. 11.50 Stath Lets Flats. Alone and struggling to start anew, Stath sees his dad’s wedding as the perfect opportunity to win back the love of his life. Last in series. (R) 12.25am FILM Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son (2011/PG) Comedy, with Martin Lawrence. ★ 2.15 The Simpsons (R) 2.40 Taskmaster (R) 3.35 Come Dine with Me 5.50- 6.10am Kirstie’s House of Craft (R) As STV except: 1.55-2.00pm ITV News Border 6.00-6.30 ITV News Lookaround 10.50 ITV News Border 11.05pm- 12.05am Against the Odds: Gerwyn Price 4.05-5.05am Unwind with ITV ITV 2 6.00am Love Bites 7.00 Ellen DeGeneres 8.00 Emmerdale 9.00 You’ve Been Framed! Gold at Xmas 9.30 Supermarket Sweep 10.30 I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! 11.45 Catchphrase 12.30pm Emmerdale 1.30 You’ve Been Framed! Gold 2.00 Ellen DeGeneres 3.00 Catchphrase 3.45 I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! 5.00 The Voice USA 6.00 Celebrity Catchphrase 7.00 Superstore Double bill. 8.00 FILM The Holiday (2006/12) Romantic comedy, starring Cameron Diaz and Kate Winslet. ★★★★ 10.45 Killer Camp A shocking twist leads to accusations getting personal. 11.45 Family Guy 12.40am American Dad! 1.40 Bob’s Burgers: double bill 2.30 Superstore 10.00 1976: Britain’s Biggest 70s Hits (7/10) A look at the musical highs of 1976, with contributions from Leo Sayer, Tina Charles, Candi Staton and members of the Real Thing, Showaddywaddy, Dr Hook, and Brotherhood of Man. 11.30 70s Greatest Dance Hits A look at 1970s floor-fillers, including Love Train by the O’Jays. 12.30am Wonderful World of Chocolate. A glimpse inside the confectionery world. (R) 1.00 The 21.co.uk Live Casino Show 3.00 Entertainment News on 5 3.10 Inside DHL: The World’s Biggest Delivery Company (R) 4.00 Oxford Street 24/7 (R) 4.45 A Celebrity Taste of Italy (R) 5.25 Thomas & Friends (R) 5.35-6.00am Paw Patrol (R) 3.15 Unwind With ITV 3.30-6.00am Teleshopping BBC 4 7.00pm Pop Go the Sixties Music from the BBC’s extensive archives. 7.05 Biffy Clyro: A Celebration of Endings A one-off, live show at Glasgow’s iconic Barrowland Ballroom. 8.00 Top of the Pops: Christmas 1984 The Christmas Day edition. 9.00 St Andrew’s Day at the BBC A musical mix collated to celebrate Scotland’s official national day. 10.00 The Proclaimers: This Is the Story David Tennant meets Craig and Charlie Reid, who discuss their career since the success of their 1987 debut album This Is the Story. 11.00 Travis with the BBC SSO at the Barrowland 12.00m’t The Old Grey Whistle Test 12.40 Top of the Pops: Christmas 1984 1.40 St Andrew’s Day at the BBC 2.40-3.40am The Proclaimers: This Is the Story

30 SATURDAY 04.12 SEVENDAYS@SUNDAYMAIL.CO.UK 6.00am Breakfast 10.00 Saturday Kitchen Live 11.30 Mary Berry – Love to Cook (R) 12.00noon BBC News; Weather 12.15 Match of the Day: The FA Cup Buxton v Morecambe (kick-off 12.45pm). All the action from the FA Cup second-round tie. 2.45 Escape to the Country (R) 3.45 Virtually Home A couple seek to revamp their living room. (R) 4.30 Sportscene Results This afternoon’s football results. 5.20 News; Reporting Scotland 5.40 Superman & Lois (1/15) Comicbook drama, with Tyler Hoechlin and and Elizabeth Tulloch. 6.40 Strictly Come Dancing Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman present the dance contest. 7.40 Michael McIntyre’s The Wheel (7/16) The comedian hosts as contestants take on a colossal spinning wheel and answer questions in the hope of securing a cash prize. 8.40 Blankety Blank (9/10) Bradley Walsh hosts the comedy quiz show, with Fay Ripley, Louis Smith, Sara Pascoe, Jo Brand, Janette Manrara and Martin Kemp helping the contestants win prizes. 9.15 Casualty Rash’s life hangs in the balance when he is kidnapped, forced into the boot of a car, and brought to an abandoned building by Hafsa’s gang, who want him to save their leader’s life. He does his best to save his patient, only to discover the man he persuaded to leave the gang now stands accused of betraying them. 10.00 BBC News; Weather 10.20 Match of the Day Gary Lineker presents highlights of the latest Premier League matches, including West Ham United v Chelsea and Watford v Manchester City. 11.30 Sportscene Saturday Jonathan Sutherland presents action from the latest Premiership fixtures, featuring Rangers v Dundee at Ibrox, Aberdeen v St Mirren at Pittodrie, Hibernian v Motherwell at Easter Road and St Johnstone v Ross County at McDiarmid Park. 12.30am The NFL Show. Dan Walker presents highlights of New Orleans Saints v Dallas Cowboys. 1.00 Weather for the Week Ahead 1.05-6.00am BBC News BBC Scotland 12.00noon This Is BBC Scotland 7.00 The Seven 7.15 The Edit. The best of the week’s entertainment news. 7.30 Sportscene Saturday. Action from the latest Premiership fixtures, featuring Rangers v Dundee, Aberdeen v St Mirren, Hibernian v Motherwell and St Johnstone v Ross County. 8.30 Inside Central Station. The engineering team races to erect a huge new structure, while ecologist Helen monitors how the work is affecting local wildlife such as bats and beavers. 9.30 Still Game. Jack and Victor enlist an old friend to help them clean up the mean streets of Craiglang. Comedy, starring Ford Kiernan and Greg Hemphill. 10.00 Rollermania: Britain’s Biggest Boy Band. Members of the classic Bay City Rollers line-up, as well as songwriters, producers and record company promoters, recall the group’s rise to fame 6.20am The Dengineers (R) 6.50 All Over the Place: UK (R) 7.20 Blue Peter: Mwaksy’s Secret Challenge and Live Fan of the Month! (R) 7.50 Deadly 60 (R) 8.20 FILM Nativity! (2009/U) Comedy. ★★★ 10.00 Hugh’s Wild West (R) 11.00 Celebrity Antiques Road Trip (R) 12.00noon Nadiya’s Fast Flavours (R) 12.30 The Great Food Guys Christmas Special (R) 1.00 Snooker: UK Championship Coverage of the opening semi-final from the Barbican Centre in York, played over the best of 11 frames. Neil Robertson of Australia prevailed 6-2 against China’s Zhou Yuelong at this stage last year and went on to win this title. 5.15 Match of the Day: The FA Cup Yeovil Town v Milton Keynes Dons or Stevenage (Kick-off 5.30pm). All the action from the second-round tie at Huish Park. National League side Yeovil have a long tradition of FA Cup giant-killings and they will look to claim a Football League scalp this evening. 7.30 Snooker: UK Championship Coverage of the second semi-final from the Barbican Centre in York, played over the best of 11 frames. England’s Judd Trump ensured there would be British involvement in last year’s final when he prevailed 6-2 against Lu Ning of China to reach the showpiece match for the third time in his career. However, The Ace in the Pack would be defeated by Neil Robertson. 10.00 Phil Lynott: Songs for While I’m Away The life and music of the Thin Lizzy frontman, telling the story of how a working-class Black boy from 1950s Dublin became Ireland’s greatest rock star. 11.30 Sight & Sound in Concert: Thin Lizzy Vintage gig by the Irish guitar rockers at the Regal Theatre in Hitchin, Hertfordshire from January 1983. They perform such classics as Jailbreak. (R) 12.05am The Irish Rock Story: A Tale of Two Cities. The story of how rock music evolved in Ireland over 40 years, charting the careers of some of the Emerald Isle’s most famous exports. (R) 1.05 Impeachment: American Crime Story (R) 2.00-6.10am This Is BBC Two in the 1970s. 11.00pm-12.00m’t TRNSMT. Edith Bowman presents highlights from TRNSMT Festival 2021, including Dermot Kennedy, Ella Eyre, AJ Tracey, Sam Fender and Liam Gallagher. BBC Alba 6.00am Alba Today 4.00pm Pompon Am Mathan Beag/Pompon Little Bear 4.10 Treubh an Tuathanais 4.25 Piseag & Cuilean/Kit & Pup 4.30 Creag nam Buthaidean (Puffin Rock) 4.40 Orain CBeebies 4.45 Sionnach agus Maigheach (Fox & Hare) 5.00 Na Moomins/Moomin Valley 5.20 A’ Chuil 5.30 Port Paipeir 5.45 An La (News) 6.00 Scottish Premiership Football 7.45 Sgeul Slainte. Nurses discuss their job and reflect on how their profession has changed since the Second World War. Last in series. 8.00 Fianais. John Morrison hears from Hedda Macleod about her experience as a language student in Russia in 1989 and 6.00am CITV 9.25 ITV News 9.30 James Martin’s Saturday Morning at Christmas 11.40 John and Lisa’s Christmas Kitchen 12.40pm Gino’s Italian Family Adventure From Calabria. (R) 1.10 James Martin’s Islands to Highlands From Jersey. (R) 1.40 ITV News; Weather 1.50 Love Your Garden (R) 2.50 Griff’s Great New Zealand Adventure Documentaty. (R) 3.20 The Flintstones (1994/U) Liveaction version of the cartoon, with John Goodman. ★★ 5.00 Tipping Point: Lucky Stars Coin-drop quiz. (R) 6.00 ITV News; Weather 6.10 STV News; Weather 6.15 Moneyball Gameshow. 7.15 Celebrity Catchphrase Stephen Mulhern hosts an I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here! special, with former contestants Sair Khan, Jordan North and Lisa Snowdon trying to guess the familiar phrases hidden in animated clues. 8.15 The Chase Celebrity Special Bradley Walsh presents as Lance Ellington, Beth Tweddle, Bob Champion and Sally Lindsay pit their wits against one of the ruthless Chasers in the hope of winning a potential prize pot worth thousands of pounds. 9.15 I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! The remaining stars continue to brave life in Gwrych Castle, while Ant and Dec look at highlights from the past 24 hours, as the third and final week approaches. 10.20 The Jonathan Ross Show Elton John joins Jonathan from his home, while in the studio the host welcomes Rob Brydon and Judi Love, and there is a musical performance by Craig David and MNEK. 11.20 ITV News; Weather 11.40 The Keith & Paddy Picture Show. Keith Lemon and Paddy McGuinness recreate the classic Richard Gere and Julia Roberts vehicle Pretty Woman, with a little help from Philip Glenister, Amanda Holden, Louise, Tracy-Ann Oberman, George Potts and Ainsley Harriott. (R) 12.05am Home Shopping 3.00 FYI Extra 3.15 Joanna Lumley’s Silk Road Adventure (R) 4.05 Unwind with STV 5.05-6.00am Lingo. Quiz show, presented by Adil Ray. (R) 1990. 8.30 An Lot (The Croft). Sweeny puts his entrepeneurial spirit into overdrive. 9.00 NEW Na Trads 2021. Music awards, live from Glasgow, hosted by Mary Ann Kennedy and Alistair Heather, featuring performances by Daimh, Hannah Rarity, The Canny Band and Imar. 11.00 Blas. Highlights from the 2018 Blas Music Festival, featuring Mischa MacPherson. 11.10 Scottish Premiership Football. Hibernian v Motherwell. Delayed full-match coverage of the top-flight clash at Easter Road. With commentary by Derek MacKay. 1.00-6.00am Alba Today BBC One N Ireland As BBC One except: 4.30-5.20pm Final Score 5.30-5.40 BBC Newsline; Weather 11.30 The NFL Show. Including highlights of Thursday night’s game. 12.05am FILM The Deer Hunter (1978/18) Oscar-winning Vietnam War drama, starring Robert 6.10am Mike & Molly (R) 6.55 The Simpsons (R) 10.15 Junior Bake Off 11.45 Four in a Bed (R) 2.25pm Jamie’s Easy Christmas Countdown Jamie Oliver offers a stress-free guide to the Christmas dinner. (R) 3.30 Devon and Cornwall at Christmas Documentary celebrating the festive season in Devon and Cornwall. (R) 4.35 Christmas at Highclere Castle Part one of two. A behind-thescenes look at life in Highclere Castle at Christmas. (R) 5.40 Channel 4 News Including sport and weather reports. 6.10 Titanic: Into the Heart of the Wreck Capturing the underwater odyssey of the greatest Titanic expeditions. (R) 7.40 48 Hours to Victory Dermot O’Leary is joined by ex-Royal Marine Arthur Williams, and historian and battlefield guide Lucy Betteridge- Dyson, to unpick the crucial days that secured victory in some of Britain’s most important battles. In the first episode, they tackle Dunkirk and two key days during the evacuation of British soldiers that prevented a German triumph. 8.40 Formula 1 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix Qualifying Highlights Action from the battle for pole in the penultimate round of the campaign, held at Jeddah Corniche Circuit. This is the inaugural staging of the Grand Prix and quick times were expected on what is a fast track, particularly from the Mercedes and Red Bull teams. 10.10 War of the Worlds (2005/12) A divorced father’s rare weekend with his two estranged children descends into horror when alien war machines rise from beneath Earth and begin to destroy every human being in their path – leaving the man with the dangerous task of getting his kids to safety. Steven Spielberg’s sci-fi thriller, starring Tom Cruise. ★★★★ 12.25am FILM Anna (2019/15) Action thriller, starring Sasha Luss. ★★★ 2.20 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA (R) 3.10 The Simpsons (R) 3.35 Hollyoaks Omnibus (R) 5.40-6.05am A Place in the Sun (R) De Niro. ★★★★★ 2.55 Weather for the Week Ahead 3.00-6.00am BBC News ITV Border As STV except: 6.10-6.15pm ITV News Border 4.05-5.05am Unwind with ITV. Daily escape designed to calm the mind and encourage relaxation and reflection. ITV 2 6.00am FYI Extra 6.15 Love Bites 8.20 Dress to Impress 10.20 I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! 11.35 The Story of SM:TV Live 12.55pm You’ve Been Framed! Gold at Xmas 1.25 FILM Turbo (2013/U) Animated adventure, with the voice of Ryan Reynolds. ★★★ 3.20 I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! 4.35 FILM Despicable Me (2010/U) Animation, with the voice of Steve Carell. ★★★★ 6.35 FILM Stardust (2007/PG) Fantasy adventure, starring Charlie Cox and Claire Danes. ★★★★ 9.00 FILM 6.00am Milkshake! Children’s shows. 10.05 SpongeBob SquarePants 10.30 Entertainment News on 5 10.40 Friends Five episodes. (R) 1.00pm Homemade Christmas (2020/PG) Premiere. Romantic drama, starring Michelle Argyris and Travis Nelson. ★★★ 2.50 Christmas Tree Lane (2020/ PG) Premiere. Romantic drama, starring Alicia Witt. ★★★ 4.45 A Christmas Dance Reunion (2021/PG) Premiere. Romance, starring Corbin Bleu. ★★★ 6.35 5 News Weekend Headlines. 6.40 The Wonderful World of Gold (2/3) The secrets of Britain’s elite jewellery shops, going behind the scenes in the most prestigious gold institutions. 7.40 Incredible Christmas Trees & How to Decorate Them Advice on creating the perfect festive centrepiece, with experts showing viewers how to decorate their trees from top to bottom, as well as examples from around the world. (R) 8.40 Princess Margaret: A Scandalous Affair Documentary looking at look at Princess Margaret’s marriage to Antony Armstrong-Jones. 9.35 Sinatra: King of the Crooners The life of legendary singer and actor Frank Sinatra, from his difficult birth and near death in Hoboken in 1915, through his stellar rise to become the world’s biggest entertainer. Using his music and with testimony from many of Frank’s close friends, the programme charts his career. 11.35 70s Greatest Heart-Throbs A look at some of the decade’s biggest musical sex symbols, from Rod Stewart and Cliff Richard to the Police, Blondie and Bruce Springsteen. 12.35am Wonderful World of Chocolate. Documentary offering a glimpse inside the confectionery world, visiting factories, chocolatiers and shops, and even revealing the Queen’s favourite chocolates. (R) 1.00 The 21.co.uk Live Casino Show 3.00 Entertainment News on 5 3.10 Oxford Street 24/7. The cast of West End musical Chicago pay a visit to Christy’s hat shop. (R) 4.00 Raw Recruits: Squaddies at 16. The soldiers join their chosen regiments. (R) 4.50 Inside DHL: The World’s Biggest Delivery Company (R) 5.35-6.00am House Doctor (R) Knocked Up (2007/15) Romantic comedy, starring Seth Rogen and Katherine Heigl. ★★★★ 11.40 Family Guy 1.05am American Dad!: double bill 2.00 Peckham’s Finest 2.45 Bad Boy Chiller Crew 3.30-6.00am Teleshopping bbc 4 7.00pm LIVE Live Snooker: UK Championship 7.30 The Fairytale Castles of King Ludwig II with Dan Cruickshank Documentary exploring the aesthetics associated with Ludwig II of Bavaria. 8.30 The Golden Age of Coach Travel The history of coach transport. 9.30 Stieg Larsson’s Millennium 11.00 Chasing the Moon 12.40am Horizon: The Trouble with Space Junk 1.40 The Golden Age of Coach Travel 2.40-3.40am The Fairytale Castles of King Ludwig II with Dan Cruickshank

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32 the big one I want crowd no ordinary jo The DJ and presenter is helping music fans break free from two very hard years Jo Whiley is on a mission to make everyone happy on her uplifting 90s Anthems tour Jo Whiley is, quite simply, the voice of British music. Her legendary Evening Session Radio 1 show from 1993 with Steve Lamacq brought so many new and exciting sounds into our teenage bedrooms for such a long time that it’s hard to hear those songs without remembering her as the friendly gatekeeper to these fresh musical treasures. Little wonder, then, that her 90s Anthems tour – coming to Glasgow and Edinburgh next May – is a ray of sunshine looming on the horizon of the Covid-ravaged postlockdown world. The concept is gloriously simple – Jo DJs on stage, blasting out her favourite anthems of the decade. Nostalgic crowds go wild – however, interestingly, since the lockdowns, Jo is seeing a much younger crowd in front of her going crazy to songs that they are too young to even remember. Jo said: “We started the tour about four years ago but for two years of lockdown we couldn’t go out and gig. “It’s been fascinating seeing how the audience has changed – there is a lot younger people coming now so it is a real mix. “For the people who lived through those times, it is purely a night of nostalgia. The reactions I get the morning after are of people saying they had forgot what it was like to go out and have fun and dance, and how it was the best days of their lives. “There are a lot of people who are my age and a lot who are younger. “My kids say, ‘This is amazing,’ but for me to stand on the stage and see people singing their heart out and knowing every word of every song is unbelievable.” The audience changes in other ways too so that no two nights are the same for Jo. She said: “When there are elements that are a bit more rowdy, like Nirvana and Rage Against the Machine and The Prodigy, a bit more hardcore, quite often the guys come to the front of the stage. “Then when the dancey, poppy, rave stuff comes on, I’m quite a melancholy person. If that’s what I was like on the night, I’d have nobody at the gigs

to be N-Tranced the big one 33 ■ Jules boyle the women come forward. Then there are elements when everyone is there together. “When I play The Prodigy, people think they are Keith Flint.” While we would generally associate Jo more with cool sounds and acts, from Pulp and The Cure to Massive Attack and The Chemical Brothers, she admits she’s been surprised by the reaction to some of the poppier experiments she’s dabbled in since returning to gigging post-lockdown. Rave sensations N-Trance and their glorious track Set U Free has also become an anthem for recent shows and Jo admits she’s been amazed by the reaction to a record she was never associated with or played on her radio show. She said: “We didn’t really know what we were doing but we had enjoyed beind led by what the audience were liking. “I also wanted to represent all the different types of music. There is pop music in there, dance music – it is just fascinating what people respond to. “Rave was never particularly my thing but, oh my God, seeing the way the audience respond to some of the tracks like N-Trance – who I never really played on the radio. “It has a profound effect on people just wanting to sing about being free. “I find it amazing to see what a physical release it is to people when we play that kind of stuff. “The set represents everything that was going on in the 90s – it is a sing-along euphoric night. “I just want to play what makes people happy. I’m quite a miserable and melancholy kind of person so, if that’s what I was like on the night, I would probably have nobody at the gigs. So it is not about my taste but giving people a brilliant night out, that is what the set is all about.” For Jo, who is bringing her own kids along to enjoy the shows when she comes to Scotland in May 2022 to Edinburgh’s 02 Academy and Glasgow’s 02 Academy, playing the songs not only brings back memories of the 90s but gives her an inkling of how the actual artists feel performing such legendary songs. She said: “When I play Nirvana, it’s crazy because it takes me back to when I booked them for The Word and I was standing in the studio when they took to the stage and they performed that song for the first time on UK television. “I played The Manics when I played in Cardiff recently and I just remember how exciting and emotional their whole journey was. “I love that band with a passion. Playing them on stage, you just get a smidgen of how it must feel to have written one of these songs for these bands. “It’s the next best thing. I didn’t actually make the song, I’m just playing the record, you are basking in their glory, which is a real privilege. “When I play things like James, Sit Down, and Pulp, I’m singing every word just like the crowd are as well. The only difference is that I’m pressing the button but otherwise I’m just like them, in the music.” With Jo tailoring her set to each crowd and city, we can expect some nice Scottish anthemic surprises thrown in to the melting pot – not least a certain Mr Gillespie and pals. Jo said: “I play Primal Scream every set, of course. “There’s so much great music out of Scotland. I don’t know about punching above its weight, it has just always been incredibly important and extraordinarily prolific. “The amount of talent that has come out of Scotland is phenomenal. The passion in national anthems Jo will play two dates in Scotland on her tour terms of musicians who are there, I can guarantee whenever I interview bands and ask where are your favourite places to play, they say Scotland. “The crowd is just one of the most rewarding receptions on stage because the audience goes absolutely crazy and sing along. “I have no answers to why that is but it is wonderful. “There is just such a raw emotion that comes out in the crowds and the passion for music in Scotland and the impression for all the bands that play there is quite something – it says it all.” And while Scotland, its fans and music and even its venues have left a big impression on Jo, one iconic home of music surprised her with just how small it was. She said: “King Tut’s is like a badge of honour to know that you have played there. It is really important that at one point you are on that stage. Every legend has played there. It’s a real accolade to play there. “One of the big legendary, well, tiny legendary venues. “I do remember going for the first time and it being minuscule, standing going, ‘Oh wow, this is that place’.” • Jo Whiley’s 90s Anthems tour will be at 02 Academy Edinburgh on May 13, 2022, and 02 Academy Glasgow on May 14. Tickets are available from www.ticketmaster.co.uk friday night winner… Paolo Nutini TRNSMT is fest gift for music lovers Chris Beltran Promoter DF Concerts & Events The already massive line-up for TRNSMT 2022 has just got even bigger with the announcement of the day splits as well as the second wave of acts on the bill. Joining Paolo Nutini at Glasgow Green on Friday, July 8, are names including Sam Fender, Nile Rodgers & Chic, The Lathums, Ella Henderson & Brooke Combe among others. Saturday night with indie legends The Strokes is being made all the more legendary with the additions of Example, Maximo Park, Griff, Self Esteem and one of my new favourite bands of the year, Wet Leg. Rounding off the festival on Sunday night alongside the Scottish Beyonce Lewis Capaldi are the new additions of DMAs, Mimi Webb, Sigala, Easy Life and Gang Of Youths. There are still more acts to be announced. Day tickets are on sale now and would make a brilliant Christmas present for a music lover. It’s going to be one hell of a party next summer. See trnsmtfest.com for details. saturday stars… The Strokes’ Julian Casablancas

vw 34 REVIEW #MOVIEWATCH DAMON SMIth REVIEwS thREE Of thE LAtESt fILMS tO wAtch IN cINEMAS NOw Stylish sparks fly for Gucci stars MAgICAL TALE… Computer-animated musical fantasy Encanto ENCANTO (PG) Hamilton creator Lin- Manuel Miranda composed the original songs for Jared Bush, Byron Howard and Charise Castro Smith’s computer-animated musical fantasy. Surprisingly, his lyrically ingenious songbook lacks a bona fide earworm to elevate Disney’s 60th animated adventure above his toe-tapping work on Moana. But what it lacks in instantly hummable tunes, it makes up for in vibrant colours and traditions of Colombian culture. A mountain town is home to the Madrigal family led by matriarch Abuela Alma (Maria Cecilia Botero). She is custodian of a magical candle, lit in her darkest hour when her husband sacrificed himself to protect their kin. It bestows special powers to the Madrigals when they come of age. The only member of the household not to be blessed by the candle is youngest daughter Mirabel (Stephanie Beatrix). But when the family’s home comes under threat from a dark force, it is Mirabel who steps out of the shadow of her gifted siblings to seek the key that will protect them all. The film’s heroine continues the studio’s line of spirited, independent women. It is festooned with fierce yet flawed female characters as male counterparts are given exceedingly short shrift. Encanto doesn’t deviate from a path well trodden by previous Disney animations but plays to its strengths, placing family values at the heart of a story that beats defiantly in the face of adversity. PIRATES (15) Boys will be boys when they should be men in Reggie Yates’s rambunctious coming-of-age comedy set in London on New Year’s Eve 1999 during the golden years of the UK garage scene and Moschino fashion. The TV presenter and radio DJ makes his feature film directorial debut with this self-penned trip down memory lane with three wise-cracking best mates, who are scared to acknowledge their bonds are fraying as life takes them in different directions. The script is scrappy, fast-paced and amusing as his three lead actors, Elliot Edusah, Jordan Peters and Reda Elazouar, trade playful insults at dizzying speed. At just 79 minutes, the bromantic comedy doesn’t outstay its welcome as the script hits pleasing emotional beats. A BOY CALLED CHRISTMAS (PG) Tidings of comfort and joy overflow in director Gil Kenan’s rollicking adventure adapted by the director and Ol Parker from Matt Haig’s 2015 book. Employing the same framing device as The Princess Bride – an elderly relative (Dame Maggie Smith) regales initially sceptical moppets with an outlandish story that fires their imaginations – A Boy Called Christmas posits an alternative origin story for Santa and the tradition of bestowing gifts. A life lesson about how to cope with bereavement is laced with sugary sentimentality and magical flights of fantasy including a talking mouse and benevolent elves blessed with wish spells. Brisk pacing keeps the audience’s bells jingling through a couple of narrative lulls but the promise of a flying reindeer and Smith pursing her lips around choice oneliners in present-day sections staves off the threat of an early frost. ■ SUNDAY MAIL, NOVEMBER 28, 2021 The ending of House of Gucci is so shocking it’s hard to believe it’s inspired by real events. But there are plenty of thrills before the end credits roll from Adam Driver and Lady Gaga, who are electric together as oncemarried couple Maurizio Gucci and Patrizia Reggiani. And it all came naturally for the duo. Adam, 38, said: “There’s nothing to work on as far as chemistry – it’s just there. The more intimate scenes were really fun because I feel JuRASSIC WORLD EVOLuTION 2 PlayStation, Xbox, PC – 16+ Picking up after the events of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, the sequel adds new dinosaurs – including much-requested flying and marine reptiles, with all-new behaviours and social interactions making them feel more alive than ever. The all-new Chaos Theory mode has playable versions of key moments from the film series. With expanded construction Adam Driver on his onscreen chemistry with Lady Gaga in scandalous true-life tale comfortable in my own skin and she is in hers.” For Adam, the initial draw was teaming up with director Ridley Scott again. He said: “We’d just worked together on Last Duel, and I loved it. I couldn’t wait to get back on set with him.” The story delves into the history of the family behind Italian designer fashion brand founded by Guccio Gucci in 1921. The saga starts in the 70s options, diverse new biomes, and more customisation choices there is plenty to keep you interested. A huge improvement on its predecessor with almost all the problems of the original addressed. Highly recommended. gary Davis gRAND THEfT AuTO – THE TRILOgY: THE DEfINITIVE EDITION Platform: Nintendo Switch, Xbox, PlayStation, PC – 18+ The three games included in this remaster – Grand Theft Auto 3, Vice City and San Andreas – were showing their fROzEN OuT… Driver and Gaga as doomed couple BACkSTABBINg Gaga with Jared Leto when the firm was run by Guccio’s sons, Aldo (Al Pacino) and Rodolfo (Jeremy Irons). When Rodolfo’s son Maurizio marries Patrizia against his father’s wishes, the family turns their back on him. But she persuades him to join the firm. Aldo’s son – the hapless, fanciful Paolo (Jared Leto) – is not happy. Ambitious Patrizia goads her husband into staging a coup and they seize control of the business, but Maurizio ends up turning on his wife. Desperate for revenge, she joins forces with a psychic and Maurizio has no idea of the danger that lies ahead. New Yorker Lady Gaga loved the complexities of Patrizia. “Before they see the film, some people might think Patrizia is a gold digger,” said the 35-year-old. “But his family had turned their back on him. She married for love. “She was smart and felt she knew what to do to move the company forward. But their acceptance was only an illusion. They were using her to get to Maurizio. She was always an outsider, a woman in a man’s world, and there’s only so much she could do, as many women know. Their power can often go unnoticed.” Another brilliant performance comes from Jared , 49. And it took six hours every day to be tranformed into Paolo Gucci. Jared said: “He was very passionate and volatile.Every scene was absolutely incredible. A challenging experience but worth every single second.” • House of Gucci is in cinemas now. Creating a monster success… and monster flop age. Fans have been clamouring for remakes. But be careful what you wish for – these remasters are by no means the facelift gamers hoped for. The games have increased resolutions as well as updated textures, lighting and draw distances, so they look less ugly on modern TVs. Aside from that and revamped control schemes, the trilogy offers little else to long-time fans. Bugs present in the original games are still around and in some cases performance is worse. A lazy rerelease of decades-old games, with little to justify its premium price tag. Jonathan McDowell

HYPEd Garry will play DoubleTree by Hilton, above It’s strictly ballroom for me This time last year, the idea of being a room with 800 peope was unthinkable but here I am, digging out my tunes and best suit for the big one – The Glitterball at Glasgow’s DoubleTree by Hilton. I couldn’t be more hyped, it’s going to be incredible to see so many people from so many companies properly let their hair down after the second-toughest year in our lifetime. It’s almost sold out and I can’t wait to rock the biggest ballroom in the country for the next few weekends. Then it’s all about New Year’s Eve – when, for the first time ever, I’ll be hosting an event through The Bells. If you’re in Glasgow at the end of the month, you should check this one out – a fivecourse meal, an incredible live band and, of course, it wouldn’t be Hogamanay without a piper. I’ll also be playing a special DJ set at this family-friendly event and it’s shaping up to be pretty special. Check www.doubletree hiltonglasgow.com to grab some of the last remaining tables. REVIEW 35 gARRYSPENCE scottish radio star just got bigger in new weekly column Young gun has it Olly Great to chat with Olly Alexander on the radio last week. As pop phenomenon Years & Years, he’s given us some incredible tunes while championing the LGBTQ+ community on the biggest imaginable platform at every stage. For millions of the young guns out there today, he is doing something quite incredible – merely by being himself. I’m a dad of three kids and I have no idea if they’ll find that their crew in life is a minority one – but if it is, I know I’m happier that people like Olly are out there making it so much easier for them. The new single with Galantis is going to be ridiculously big – more deserved success. I’m Gonna Be at the front Wherever you are reading this paper today, you will not be far from a Proclaimers gig next year. Scotland’s favourite twins are doing just about every town and city in the land, from Kilmarnock up to Inverness and taking in Dundee, Edinburgh, Perth, Dunfermline and Glasgow along the way. I’ve only ever seen them at TITP doing what, for a short while, became an unoffocial “legends” slot. But by the time you read this, I will hopefully have a couple of tickets for what has to be the ultimate night out. Get yours at www.proclaimers.co.uk and I’ll see you down the front. I’m luckiest dad in the world People came together last week to share their experiences of earlier-than-planned births to mark World Prematurity Day. When I look back now, I realise our experience changed me forever but there are others who come very much before me. Ruth Spence was an absolute warrior throughout her pregnancy which, until week 30, was going as normally as it does for somebody carrying twins. Everything that followed was a blur, from being told we’d have to My beautiful premature girls are worth every bit of worry take a helicopter to Belfast due to space shortages, to the birth (ultimately – and fortunately – in Scotland) in a theatre with about 15 people I’ll never be able to thank enough. Then weeks of sitting in traffic at 8am on my way to the ward (Rachel was discharged before Hollie which was both great news and a logistical nightmare rolled into one big ball of pure anxiety). I don’t know if it’s a formal part of their training but medical people dealing with desperate RAdIo gA gA Garry with Hollie and Rachel. Right, with wife Ruth parents have a special knack of lightening very stressful events to put them at ease. When, for example, I checked the clipboard at the end of Hollie’s bed and on reading the knowing expression on my face, the nurse would say, “Oh yes, she forgot to breathe at 4am, the little monkey”. Then there were the days where she’d “forget” while I was trying to change a nappy through an incubator. It sounds as stressful as it was and, if I’m Saturday Night fever Massive thanks to all who came out to play in Inverness last night. The Botanic House was a special gig – as the first club I ever played back in 2001. It’s the first of many as I’m taking my Saturday Night Anthems all over the country in 2022, with some very big things lined up – watch this space. honest, the mere sound of those oxygen saturation machines – even on a TV show – will have me leaving a room to catch myself. All came good though and, as promised by the genius doctors, they both grew out of it and we could not count ourselves luckier. They were worth every bit of worry and, as our own parents are always quick to tell us, we’ve got much, much more of that to come as they go through life. Bring it on, my beautiful girls. Catch Garry live across Scotland every weeknight 4-7pm on Clyde 1, Forth 1, Northsound 1, MFR, Tay FM, West FM and Radio Borders.

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