Sun 25P THE FOR A GREATER BRITAIN Tuesday, May 8, 2018 LESS THAN THE DAILY MIRROR 50p 28°C..HOTTEST MAY DAY HOL EVER thesun.co.uk EXCLUSIVE CORRIE KEV OUT ON THE STREET SEE PAGE 5 TANNED OUT NICE AGAIN! SEE PAGE 11 EXCLUSIVE: CHILD YOBS UP 38% Chatting . . . Sir Alex Fergie’s ‘awake & talking’ By EMMA JAMES SIR Alex Ferguson was last night said to be “sitting up and talking” following the operation on his brain haemorrhage. Pals said the former Manchester United boss was awake and chatting Continued on Page 11 SNOOKER CHAMP STRIPS Mark shows some balls! SEE SUNSPORT KID VICIOUS Shock rise in violent crime..by under-10s By MIKE SULLIVAN Terror . . posed by model VIOLENT crime involving under-tens rose by 38 per cent last year. Police investigated a record number of offences by children too young to prosecute — including knife attacks, threats to kill, assault and robbery. Experts say gang leaders now deliberately recruit under-tens because they know police cannot take action. Youth leader Continued on Page Seven 2 ............... Tuesday, May 8, 2018 2GM CABINET CUSTOMS STORM M BORIS SAVAGES No10 TRADE BID By LYNN DAVIDSON and STEVE HAWKES BORIS Johnson has piled pressure on Theresa May’s “crazy” plans for an EU customs deal. He accused the PM of betraying Brexit and is said to be fed up with her dithering. Under fire . . . Mrs May In an interview, Mr Johnson said a customs partnership — where Britain would collect Brexit plan lashed taxes on behalf of the EU — would create “a whole new web of bureaucracy”. The Foreign Secretary told the Daily Mail: “It’s totally untried and would make it very, very difficult to do free trade deals. “If you have the new customs partnership you have a crazy system whereby you end up collecting tariffs on behalf of the EU at the UK frontier. That’s not taking back control of your trade policy, it’s not taking back control of your laws. It’s not taking back control of your borders and it’s actually not taking back control of your money either, because tariffs would get paid centrally back to Brussels.” Mrs May’s inner circle of ministers last week voted six to five against her plan, which Eurosceptics said would effectively keep Britain in the single market. Business Secretary Greg Clark said the lost vote had not killed it off. Tory MPs have accused No10 of reviving former Chancellor George Osborne’s anti-Brexit Project Fear. Friends close to BoJo fear he could quit the Cabinet in frustration at being one of the only Leave champions left. One said: “Boris is completely fed up. He thinks he is the only one pushing Brexit now. I don’t think it’s a resignation thing at the moment.” Thanks for being hair DONALD Trump should be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, Boris Johnson said yesterday. He reckons the US President deserves the top accolade if he manages to “fix” the hotspots of Iran and North Korea. The Foreign Secretary also urged Mr Trump not to rip up a deal with Tehran to halt its nuclear weapons programme. Mr Johnson launched a charm offensive in Washington to try to save the 2015 agreement. He said of President Trump: “I don’t see why he is any less of a candidate for the Nobel Peace Prize than Barack Obama.” Mr Obama was awarded the prize in 2009, less than a year after entering office. THE boss of UK Power Networks was quizzed over a £75million IT deal handed to his son’s firm. KPMG investigated Basil Scarsella’s deal with Enzen, where son David is a director, but found no wrongdoing as he had declared a conflict of interest. JEREMY Corbyn secretly backed Scottish independence, it was claimed last night. The SNP’s Mhairi Black said that from “talking to him”, she knew he did not accept Labour’s official policy. Ms Black blasted: “He has sold his soul, especially in terms of Scotland.” A Labour spokesman told the Huffington Post the claims were “complete nonsense”. A TRADE union chief yesterday urged Jeremy Corbyn to bring down Theresa May’s government by voting to stay in the EU. Manuel Cortes at the TSSA transport union said Labour should be “digging the Tories’ political grave”. GLASGOW 15 11 EDINBURGH 20 NEWCASTLE 14 LEEDS LIVERPOOL MANCHESTER 10 NORWICH BIRMINGHAM PLYMOUTH 17 DEFENCE Secretary Gavin Williamson has told his officials to start work on a homegrown satellite navigation system, after the EU threatened to shut the UK out of its Galileo project. Whitehall says a UK system could deliver a £3billion economy boost and create 5,000 jobs over 20 years. Galileo is the EU’s rival to America’s GPS system. SUJIKO ABERDEEN CARDIFF GAV’S NAV Plea to Jez 13 13 18 BRISTOL By NICK GUTTERIDGE SLIGHTED French politicians have hit the roof after the European Commission signalled the English language will become more important in Brussels after Brexit. New budget proposals reveal funding for English translation will be maintained, despite Britain leaving the EU. The European Court of Justice is also exploring the possibility of adopting our mother tongue as an official language as well as French. Socialist MEP Sylvie Guillaume moaned: “After Brexit, there’s a big temptation to make English the language of reference even more in the future. “It worries me because I don’t really want us to end up speaking a language without subtlety on sensitive subjects.” Figures two years ago showed 81 per cent of the Commission’s documents were written in English. THE Sun aims to have the highest standards. Let us know if we make mistakes. The Sun is a founding member of the Independent Press Standards Organisation. To complain to us about the code it enforces, go to www.thesun.co.uk/ipso. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or write to The Sun Ombudsman, 1 London Bridge Street, London, SE1 9GF. Here’s a peace of advice SCOT CLOT Deal probe DUBLIN English is winner at Brussels CORRECTIONS & CLARIFICATIONS By LYNN DAVIDSON BELFAST Upset . . MEP Guillaume 24 23 24 LONDON SOUTHAMPTON TODAY: A band of rain will move north from western Britain, bringing cooler conditions for most. Eastern areas will have some sunshine again, although a few sharp showers may develop. TONIGHT: Any showers will move away to leave a dry, clear night. Rather cool, with patches of mist. Cloudy in Northern Ireland and Scotland, with spots of rain. OUTLOOK: Tomorrow, rain will move into all areas except the South East. On Thursday there will be a mix of sunny spells and showers, with northern parts wettest. WED 16˚ To play Sujiko, enter the numbers 1 to 9 in the spaces so that the total in each circle is equal to the sum of the four surrounding squares. 23 THU 14˚ 11 14 FRI 15˚ 12 15 29 PUZZLES: PAGE 41 THE Met Police spent £8.5million on flights in less than three years. It bought 13,763 between April 2015 and December last year, a TaxPayers’ Alliance freedom of information request found. Some £4,838,689 went on non-economy seats. The Alliance called the costs “unacceptable”. The Met said the cheapest fare is always bought. We pay for your stories We are always after good stories – and we pay big money for them every day. Call our newsdesk and we’ll call you straight back. Call: 020 7782 4100 or our Manchester office on: 0161 9355351 WhatsApp: 0742 372 0250 28 20 £8.5m on cop trips email: email@example.com or our Manchester office on: firstname.lastname@example.org Today’s birthdays TELLY legend SIR DAVID ATTENBOROUGH, 92, above left, Steps singer IAN “H” WATKINS, 42, above right, West Ham captain MARK NOBLE, 31, singer ENRIQUE IGLESIAS, 43, former Casualty star ELYES GABEL, 35, and Little House On The Prairie’s MELISSA GILBERT, 54. Picture: BRIE CHILDERS/CHILLI MEDIA 1GM Tuesday, May 8, 2018 ............... ACTRESS Mircea Monroe shows just why boyfriend Stephen Merchant has fallen for Hollywood. The Episodes star, 36, treated clothes as optional Extras in a racy, lacy lingerie shoot. The American and Bristol-born Stephen, 43 — best known as Ricky Gervais’ Extras sidekick — 3 first revealed their romance last August and made a rare public appearance, right, at the premiere of her new movie Book Club in LA on Sunday. Her man may be 6ft 7ins, but Mircea is making sure she won’t be overshadowed. EXCLUSIVE Chuckle division To me? No! To you? No! Brotherly shove . . . Paul and Barry Chuckle performing together SEPARATE LIVES AS TV BROTHERS DRIFT APART COMEDY legends The Chuckle Brothers do not get on as well as they used to, The Sun can reveal. Barry and Paul Elliott often have separate dressing rooms and hotel rooms and travel apart. And Barry, 73, has told mates he signed up for their latest TV comeback only because of the cash on offer. He and Paul, 70, will front Channel 5’s Chuckle Time on Saturdays. The teatime show, featuring internet and audience clips and sketches, is their first since kids’ favourite ChuckleVision ended in 2009 after 21 series. A friend said: “Paul and Barry will Renner’s woe & arrows bi arre PAGES 22 & 23 By ANDY HALLS, TV Editor always be brothers but in reality they don’t see huge amounts of one another. “In the last few years they’ve led increasingly separate lives. Paul says Barry is only doing it for the pay day a Saturday TV show will bring. They’ll be consummate professionals on camera.” A source close to the brothers, famed for their “To me, to you” catchphrase, said they occasionally travel together — and meet for breakfast whenever they are staying in separate hotel rooms. They also share dressing rooms when they can but often cannot due to props and costumes. The source said: “They spend time together when they can.” email@example.com PERFECT FOR ED ED Sheeran’s Perfect has been voted the No1 song of all time by radio listeners. The romantic ballad was released only last year but knocked the previous chart-topper, George Michael’s Careless Whisper, to No2. Ed, 27, said: “I wanted to write the best love song I could, so I’m over the moon.” Almost 30,000 votes were cast by Smooth Radio listeners for its Top 500. George was the most popular artist with 20 songs in the list. 4 ............... Tuesday, May 8, 2018 2GM JAIL DRUG WAR MINISTERS are preparing a crackdown at ten prisons after admitting they are losing the war on drugs. Crackdown . . . narcotics rise HMP Nottingham is part of a pilot scheme to increase cell checks, perimeter inspections and introduce sniffer dogs and scanners at prison gates. Lags will also be forced to Cell checks, clean-up, sniffer dogs & scans clean up yards to remove piles of rubbish. A Prison Officers Association dossier said it was easy for drugs and mobile phones to be smuggled into jails — and claimed some cells are not checked for months. Officers confiscated 500lb of narcotics in England and Wales in 2016 as well as 13,000 mobile phones. Governors say the increase in drugs is the reason for record levels of violence — with assaults on officers now averaging one every hour. Association chief Steve Gillan said: “We’ve gone from security to appeasement. “The prisoners are running the show. The public would be outraged if they could see what little was being done. “It’s open season for drugs and it’s fuelling the record levels of violence.” The crackdown is being masterminded by Prisons Minister Rory Stewart after meetings with the Association. Under a working title of “Decency, Safety, Security,” he also wants to ensure all repairs are done and increase the quality of education. firstname.lastname@example.org Karen & sugardad Jailed . . . Boudemagh Fake IDs migrant in £370k swindle By DAN SALES A FAILED asylum seeker who was allowed to stay here after marrying a UK citizen used five fake French IDs to swindle £370,000 in benefits. Algerian Said Boudemagh, 41, used the IDs in false names to make multiple claims for housing benefit, income support and council tax benefit over eight years. He also used bogus identities to get cash for a walking stick and a disabled Freedom Pass to allow him free public transport in London. Dad-of-one Boudemagh was jailed for five years last week after he was convicted of fraud. Prosecutor Andrew Evans told Blackfriars crown court: “It was a sophisticated offence requiring planning and hijacking of identities.” Patients’ aid blast STROKE patients face being disabled for life as the NHS provided only a third of rehab they are entitled to, a study shows. The intense treatment teaches survivors to walk, talk and eat again. Watchdog Nice says victims should get 45 minutes of the therapy they need, five days a week. But a review found patients typically get 16 minutes of physio, 16 of occupational therapy and 12 of speech therapy. The Stroke Association’s Juliet Bouverie said: “Some survivors have had to pay privately but it shouldn’t be a luxury just for those who can pay.” Picture: DAVID NEW By STEVE HAWKES Deputy Political Editor EXCLUSIVE by ANDY CRICK KIDNAP plot mum Karen Matthews goes on a date with her elderly lover to KFC. The 43-year-old ate fried chicken with married Eric Anderson, 72, for 45 minutes. He then gave her a bag, believed to contain cash. One onlooker said: “They didn’t want to be seen together.” Matthews was jailed for faking daughter Shannon’s kidnap in Dewsbury, West Yorks, in 2008. Lifesaver for mum NEW and expecting mums will have access to specialist mental health services by next April, the NHS has pledged. Campaigners say “lifesaving improvements” in England will end a postcode lottery. About 30,000 women are expected to benefit by 2021. One in five has mental health issues in pregnancy and the year after birth. Depression is the most common. Just three per cent had good access to care in 2014. The Maternal Mental Health Alliance called the news a “rapid, effective and widespread transformation”. JUMBO FLIGHT Fried chicken date . . . Karen and Eric, 72 Quake gadgets may save elephants from poachers by detecting panic flight in soil vibrations, say Bristol and Oxford Uni. 1GM Tuesday, May 8, 2018 ............... JUST DAYS AFTER R HIS ARREST ARREST... LIFE’S A DRAG Le Vell looks glum outside hotel yesterday Picture: BACKGRID CORRIE LE VELL MOVES INTO A HOTEL 5 BAD NEWS Sun’s arrest report on Saturday EXCLUSIVE by SARAH RIDLEY CORRIE star Michael Le Vell cut a lonely figure at a hotel yesterday — sparking fears that his engagement is on the rocks. He was seen for the first time since his arrest after a “domestic incident” at the home he shares with fiancée Louise Gibbons. Le Vell, 53 — who plays mechanic Kevin Webster in the ITV soap — has been staying at the £70-a-night Holiday Inn in Manchester. He popped out into the Bank Holiday sunshine to have a cigarette yesterday. The night before, Le Vell — who has battled booze — was seen drinking pints of beer at a bar alone. A source said: “It’s been a turbulent few days and Le Vell wants to get back on his feet. “Everyone’s really worried about him. It’s sad to see him on a beautiful day looking so sad. “Things haven’t been great with Louise but it’s not the first rocky road they’ve come across.” Le Vell had spent Thursday night in a police station on suspicion of assault but was released without charge. The actor was treated in hospital after a 999 call at around 11pm from the house in Timperley, Gtr Manchester, he shares with Louise, 42. It was reported that he fell down stairs. Le Vell, who joined Corrie in 1983, told show bosses it was a “silly row that got out of hand” but faces crisis talks this week. He split with wife Janette, the mum of his two children, in 2011. He popped the question to Louise, who he met four years ago, after he said she helped him turn his life around. Le Vell has had a turbulent few years. He was cleared of child abuse claims and has fought alcoholism and bankruptcy. email@example.com Star engagement fears Cast ‘raw’ on suicide story HAPPIER TIMES Michael says that Louise helped to turn his life around ON HIS LONESOME Star enters £70-a-night hotel where he has been staying BLING FOR A FLING FLASHY types in souped-up cars and bling make great one-night stands but lousy husbands, a study suggests. Wealthy show-offs were rated more attractive than humble fellas by women seeking a fling. But they were dismissed long-term as more likely to have an affair and abandon kids. Men had the same impression. Some 233 US volunteers, average age 19, had to rate a bloke with a reliable car and a boyracer in the Michigan university study. It said: “Men with high-mate-value characteristics may be more likely to abandon relationships because they have greater opportunities.” Sun A DRUNK, 25, who fell asleep in a freight train container rang cops to say he was trapped — forcing them to disrupt 86 services while they located him in Munich, Germany. SPOT CORRIE’S controversial suicide storyline last night sparked “awful” flashbacks for cast and crew still mourning the death of one of the soap’s props workers. Mike Curtis, 32, took his life in 2015 — days after the death of actress Anne Kirkbride. An insider said it was “a terrible time” for those on the show and the ratings-boosting suicide plotline involving Aidan Connor (Shayne Ward) brought the memories flooding back. The source said: “The loss of Mike is still pretty raw for a lot of people so dealing with this storyline was a bit emotional.” CORRIE REVIEW: BIZARRE TV - PAGE 33 FREDDIE LYING LOW CRICKET legend Andrew “Freddie” Flintoff went to ground yesterday after his mysterious bank holiday arrest. The Ashes hero and TV star was quizzed by cops over an alleged bust-up with his family on Sunday. There was no sign of him yesterday at his £2.7million home in Altrincham, Gtr Manchester. A source close to the dad of three said: “Nobody has heard from him. We just hope he’s okay. “He’s obviously keeping a low profile but fingers crossed everything’s good.” Freddie, 40, denies any wrongdoing and wife Rachael dismissed the reports as “wild rumours”. 6 ............... Tuesday, May 8, 2018 Autism in tots find BABIES whose pupils react more strongly to sudden changes in light intensity are more likely to later be diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder, a study claims. Researchers said their findings back up the view sensory processing plays an important role in its development. Pupillary responses to light were examined in 147 babies in the UK and Sweden aged from ten months old. THE FUZZ Cops want to speak to a bearded man who tried to stop a carjacking in Portsmouth that led to a 23-year-old man’s arrest. 2GM BRICKIES NEED £118K DEPOSIT TO BUY PAD HOD WORK Deposit needed to By TOM NEWTON DUNN BRICKIES need a record afford a new-build £118,000 deposit to Brickies £118k afford a new home of Nurses £98k their own, figures show. Fireﬁghters £81k Teachers £78k Social workers £66k Nurses must save £98,000, firefighters £81,000 and primary teachers £78,000 before a bank will offer a loan on a new-build home. HOUSE BUYING 1 Housing charity Shelter said it showed home ownership was out of reach for most working Brits unless they first saved for years. It based its figures on the total salary of two workers on the same wage, estimating that brickies earned least at £23,597. This was timesed by 3.25, a mortgage multiple banks often use. The total was taken off £271,915, the typical cost of a new-build, to give the deposit. It comes after figures revealed new homes are at their most unaffordable — 9.7 times the average salary — despite a Tory vow to solve the housing crisis. Shelter say, in the rush to help, ministers have unwittingly removed an obligation on developers to build their quota of affordable housing. Boss Polly Neate said: “We need to be building affordable homes for the families who desperately need them. “We are concerned government reforms designed to help might do the complete opposite. “There’s still time for the Government to fix this by closing the viability loophole and strengthening the official definition of affordable housing.” firstname.lastname@example.org The Sun Says — Page Ten Deposit plan . . homes ‘Give all £10,000 at 25 for a home’ HOUSE BUYING 2 By LYNN DAVIDSON ALL 25-year-olds should get a £10,000 “inheritance” payment towards a first-time house deposit, business start-up, training or their pension, a think tank declares today. The Resolution Foundation says inheritance tax changes could fund the £7billion freebie. Individuals would be targeted instead of a dead person’s estate. They could keep the first £125,000 of inheritance, then face between 20-30 per cent tax on the rest. The Resolution Foundation’s Intergenerational Commission also calls on working pensioners to pay national insurance to fund a £2.3billion windfall for the NHS. David Willetts, chair of the RF, said the changes could “build a better and more unified Britain.” Jamie kid ads plea Kate’s hot and collared SUPERMODEL Kate Moss swooped in to this year’s Met Gala fundraiser for the first time in nine years. Kate, 44, wore a Saint Laurent dress with shoulder feathers in New York. Also there was George Clooney, 57, with wife Amal, 40, who dazzled in a silver corset and rose patterned skirt. JAMIE Oliver has called for a series of healthy food adverts to be made aimed at children. The TV chef demanded changes in the way food that is high in fat and salt is marketed to kids. He said ads for firms such as McDonald’s could highlight healthy food choices to cut obesity. Oliver, 42, added: “I’ve made enough food adverts in my time to know what sells.” SEDUCER SINATRA A sheet of Frank Sinatra’s fingerprints from a “seduction” arrest in 1938 is valued at £4,500 for a US auction on May 19. Silver screen . . . Amal with hubby George 2GM RK Tuesday, May 8, 2018 ............... 3 DIE IN BANK HOL BLOODBATH CHILD YOBS KENNINGTON Grim task . . . Pretana cleans up son’s blood RHYHIEM BARTON SHOT DEAD AGED 17 LUTON WARYAM HUSSEIN KNIFED TO DEATH Continued from Page One Mick Neville, a retired Met detective chief inspector, said: “Older teenagers and gang leaders think nothing of using children to carry drugs or stolen goods, knowing a child under ten can’t be prosecuted. “These older gang members will also encourage younger boys to commit robberies and violent crime as gang initiation ceremonies.’’ Figures from a Sun Freedom of Information request show under-tens were linked to more than 2,604 offences in 2017 — a 38 per cent increase on 2016’s total of 1,891. The true figure may be even higher as 17 of 43 police forces, including Police Scotland, did not respond to our request. Offences doubled in Merseyside and Durham and there were almost 100 per cent increases in South Yorkshire and Kent. There were significant rises in the West Midlands, Cheshire, Warwickshire, Hampshire and Northumbria. In Dorset and Leicester, police questioned fiveyear-old boys over alleged knife offences. Child safety campaigners said the increase was deeply worrying. Theresa Cave, who campaigns against knife and violent crime in schools, said she has lowered her target age group to start at ten-year-olds. Theresa, whose 17-yearold son Chris was stabbed to death in Cleveland in 2003, added: “I know of seven-yearolds taking huge knives into primary school. “A lot of this is also down to older gang members getting younger children to commit serious crimes. “Seven, eight, nineyear-olds are stabbing each other on the streets over drugs rackets.” Under current law, under-tens cannot be prosecuted but can be given a curfew, a child safety order or taken into council care. Additional reporting: SCOTT HESKETH Carnage in capital A MAN was fighting for life last night after being shot in yet another attack in London. The man of 30 was blasted in New Cross Gate, South London, at around 4.50pm. A man in his 20s was stabbed in an unrelated attack in Stratford, East London, at 4.40pm and was “critical” last night. A lad, believed to be 16, was also knifed in Enfield, North London, at 4pm yesterday. He too was fighting for life. Police also said three people had been hurt in a “noxious substance” assault in Hackney, East London, early on Sunday. Killed . . . Rhyhiem 63 murder probes launched by the Met this year Slain . . . victim and murder scene GANG COPS’ STOP & SEARCH BLITZ By DAN SALES, ALEX DIAZ, JOHN LUCAS and BEN LEO POLICE launched a stop and search blitz amid bloody Bank Holiday violence. The emergency clampdown came on a weekend in which Rhyhiem Barton, 17, was shot dead and two 20-year-olds were stabbed to death. A 13-year-old boy was also shot by accident on Saturday in an attack on another teen while out with his parents in North West London. Rhyhiem’s mother Pretana helped clean his blood off Emergency powers as innocent lad shot the street yesterday in Kennington, South London, while pleading for action. Civil liberty groups have blasted stop and search tactics. Theresa May, while Home Secretary, limited them in 2014 after research said their use was discriminatory. But Southwark Det Chief Supt Simon Messinger insisted: “My colleagues on the streets are using this power really effectively — seizing knives, stopping cars of individuals carrying weapons and making arrests.” WEALDSTONE TEENS OF 13 & 15 SHOT & WOUNDED The rarely-used powers were put in force until 9am today in Newham, East London, after a stabbing in Stratford. As well as the three Bank Holiday deaths, seven people were shot and four stabbed. On Sunday in Luton Waryam Hussein, 20, was stabbed to death yards from his home. Fatah Warsame, 20, from Cardiff, died after being stabbed in Liverpool city centre. Meanwhile, the 13-year-old London shooting victim was taken to hospital with a boy of 15 who was targeted with a shotgun in Wealdstone. Neither was in a lifethreatening condition. Witness Wayne Bent said: “He was mopping up blood on the back of his neck with a white T-shirt. “His head was really grazed. He was in shock and there was so much commotion.” Cops said a man of 37 had been LEWISHAM arrested. A man of 22 was also shot in Lewisham, South East London. A man was later stabbed in Perivale, North West London. In Clayton, Manchester, a victim in his late teens was shot in the leg. The surge in gang violence has been linked to UK drill — a branch of British rap. It sees MCs taunt one another on video sharing sites such as YouTube by referencing recent attacks and encouraging revenge. email@example.com MANCHESTER MAN SHOT AND WOUNDED TEEN SHOT AND WOUNDED LIVERPOOL FATAH WARSAME KNIFED TO DEATH Police at scene of shotgun horror Ambulance arrives for gun victim 20-year-old was from Cardiff Expert looks for clues in Clayton 7 8 ............... Tuesday, May 8, 2018 1GM DRIVERS FUMING Thousands to blockade Whitehall over toxic tax 10 £ extra daily charge in London for most polluting THOUSANDS of furious motorists are planning to blockade Whitehall over new toxic tax plans. The cabbies, white van drivers, truckers and bikers fear being singled out over the Tories’ clean air policy. More than 4,000 aim to bring London’s Parliament Square to a standstill in a protest later By STEVE HAWKES Deputy Political Editor this month. They also want to deliver a petition to No10. Environment Secretary Michael Gove revealed last year that drivers using 81 of Britain’s dirtiest roads could be charged more to try and limit nitrogen oxide emissions. And London Mayor Sadiq Khan has introduced an extra £10 charge for the capital’s most polluting vehicles. FairFuelUK’s protest is set to coincide with the delayed launch of the Government’s Clean Air Strategy. The campaign group instead wants lower public transport costs and cleaner refinery fuel. Co-founder Howard Cox said: “Motorists are sick of being singled out for poor air quality. “The Government hasn’t listened so far to drivers, it needs to start doing so or it will lose the support of an entire section of society at the very heart of our economy.” A poll of 30,000 FairFuelUK members found 88 per cent would pay 5p per litre more for cleaner petrol or diesel. Meanwhile a group of MPs have started a clean air probe. Chairwoman Kirstene Hair said: “The easy option is to tax drivers but that is not always the most effective method.” firstname.lastname@example.org It’s green man van WHITE van man could be turning green with the number of electric vans soaring by nearly a third in just a year. They hit a record 3,880 at the end of 2017, Department for Transport figures show. This is up 30 per cent from 2,990 in 2016. Modern electric vans pay no road tax and can be bought with Government grants. Conrad Ford, of Funding Options which obtained the figures, said: “They can demonstrate a business has an environmentallyresponsible ethos.” The Sun Says — Page Ten HAWAII LAVA-O Race rap for Beeb LABOUR’s David Lammy has attacked the BBC for “paying lip service” on diversity among its staff. The MP says there has been a “consistent failure” to make the Beeb more diverse over two decades. Recruitment of black and ethnic minority staff increased by just 0.9 per cent in the four years to 2015, Mr Lammy said. In a report on tackling injustice, he wrote: “The BBC’s 10-person executive committee is all white. “Yet we’re meant to be satisfied with their paying lip service to diversity in terms of hiring junior staff while letting diverse talent fade away further up the chain.” Gunman standoff COPS sealed off Oxford city centre yesterday after exchanging gunfire with a man in a standoff that left one person injured. The gunman was holed up last night but police were said to be negotiating with him at a residential property. Cordons were placed around three city centre streets with neighbours warned to stay inside and others to avoid the area. Witnesses described five shots being fired from a property, believed to come from a balcony. One person was treated for non-life threatening injuries. Thames Valley Police confirmed an armed response unit was sent in at 1pm yesterday. Vlad limo message LAVA moves dangerously close to two homes as the Kilauea volcanic eruption continues to threaten Hawaii. At least 26 homes have been destroyed as giant cracks appear in the Leilani Estates area, inset. Some of the 1,700 evacuated residents were allowed to briefly return to get medicines and pets. One woman who lost a home said: “It’s devastating.” VLADIMIR Putin took a Russian-made limo to his presidential inauguration yesterday, ditching his stretch Merc in a message of self-sufficiency. Putin wants Russia to reduce its dependence on imported goods and technology. It has gathered pace since sanctions by the West. Guests applauded the sight of the new vehicle on the short drive to the Kremlin for the start of the president’s fourth sixyear term, said Russian news. “It’s cooler than Donald Trump’s,” said one guest. The limo will replace the fleet of imported cars used by Putin, state television reported. 1GM Tuesday, May 8, 2018 ............... STAR SHIP-FACED AT TITANIC TIITANIC PARTY 9 Sparkler . . Adele wore pendant Having a laugh . . . Alan as Molly Brown, right By HANNAH HOPE Senior Bizarre Reporter ADELE was left with a Titanic hangover after pushing the boat out for her 30th birthday bash themed on the hit Hollywood movie. The singer dressed as Kate Winslet’s character Rose, complete with a heart-shaped pendant, at a secret venue in LA. Alan Carr @AlanCarr Most parties you leave with a goody bag!!! But a life jacket?!!!! WTF?!! Ha! Inspiration . . . Kate as Rose ADELE HAS 30 BERGDAY BASH Hair-o . . . DJ Mark Ronson with fake ice CROSSING MA DIES A MUM has died after she and her four-year-old son were hit by a car on a pedestrian crossing. Witnesses said a driver went through a red light in a Ford Focus. The 29-year-old victim was airlifted to hospital but died a few hours later. Her son remains in intensive care and his dad was unhurt in Darlington, Co Durham, on Sunday. A 36-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving and driving while unfit through drink or drugs. A passerby said: “I held the little boy’s hand. He was in so much shock, and the husband was screaming.” TH Sun A RUSTING Aston Martin DB2/4 Mark II, one of only 16 made, is to be auctioned for £250,000 in Reading after being kept in a US barn for 40 years. SPOT Her talk show host pal Alan Carr, 41, went as Molly Brown, played in the 1998 film by Kathy Bates. DJ Mark Ronson, 42, wore fake ice in his hair and eyebrows. Other guests included radio host Zane Lowe, 44, Breaking Bad actor Aaron Paul, 38, and Fifty Shades Of Grey director Sam Taylor-Johnson, 51. Adele, said to be worth £100million, is thought to have splashed out a six-figure sum. Next day she posted snaps on Instagram and admitted: “I’m absolutely f*****, not sure I’ll make it out the house again!” But she told fans: “Dirty 30! I’m not sure what I’m going to do for the next 30 years as I’ve been blessed beyond words in my life so far. “Thank you to everyone for coming along for the ride the last 11 years with me and my family and friends for entertaining my super fandom of the Titanic movie. Last night was the best night of my life.” Revellers were given old-fashioned life jackets. Comedian Alan tweeted: “Most parties you leave with a goody bag!!! But a life jacket?!!!! WTF?!! Ha!” email@example.com Snowflakes’ icy reaction SNOWFLAKE fans hit out on social media about Adele’s Titanic theme. The movie told of the 1912 disaster when the luxury ship hit an iceberg in the Atlantic. One critic wrote: “Isn’t this kinda/very inappropriate?” A second said: “1,500 people died. Not a good party theme.” Another added: “I love the movie Titanic but this seems just a little wrong to me. ‘Hey lets have a bday theme about a tragic event where a bunch of people died’.” DEPP ‘FIGHT’ ON SET JOHNNY Depp attacked a location manager on the set of his new film after drinking all day, it is claimed. The star, 54, is said to have tried to strike the veteran production pro and yelled at him: “I’ll give you $100,000 (£74,000) to punch me right now!” Tempers flared on the “toxic” set of detective drama LAbyrinth when Depp took over directing duties during a scene in LA. A street was closed off, but when the permit ran out, Depp wanted to keep the cameras rolling. When the location manager told him no, Depp allegedly tried to punch him in the ribs before being pulled away. 10 ............... Tuesday, May 8, 2018 1GM Sun We’ve paid EU £16bn THE SCHEME THAT COULD DERAIL BREXIT SAYS Let’s break free THE ridiculous idea of the UK staying in a restrictive customs pact with the EU must be put to bed once and for all. As MPs return to Parliament this week, Tory rebels think they can twist the Prime Minister’s arm and force her into membership of the customs union, or at least an imitation of it. They’re all over the airwaves slamming their free-trading colleagues as “hard Brexit” ideologues. But those pushing for us to strike out on our own are far from rabid extremists. They’re following the only possible logic of the Referendum result, the Prime Minister’s own speeches and the Tory manifesto – a document that those remoaning rebels seemed perfectly happy with when they were re-elected off the back of it last year. If a deal between the UK and Brussels stops Britain making independent trade agreements with the rest of the world, or leaves us subject to rules over which we have no say, then it would be a betrayal of the 17.4million people who wanted out of the EU. The Europhile backbenchers know that. If they win this battle, they’ll have succeeded in keeping us in Europe by the back door. They’ll mark it up as a victory, but this isn’t a political game. It would be an insult to democracy and hold our economy back. We must start work on building a truly Global Britain — now. in tariffs for non-EU goods...customs union is a racket THAT brickies and nurses are now having to scrimp and save for six-figure deposits is nothing short of a national scandal. No recent Government has been willing to grasp this particular nettle. Our housing crisis has been brewing for decades and sorting it will require real radicalism from the new Communities supremo James Brokenshire. He must fight the Nimbys head-on and demand Treasury cash to unleash a building programme. He must also tear up planning laws and look again at the Green Belt. The Tory leadership will be worried about their voters in the shires. But that’s nothing compared to the hit they’ll take for generations if they don’t face up to the challenge. No toxic taxes MOTORISTS have been treated like cash cows for far too long. Plans for new “toxic taxes” rub salt in the wound, especially for diesel drivers. It wasn’t that long ago punters were told it was greener to buy diesels, so fining them years later in the name of environmentalism is especially unfair. It must be possible to “go green” without piling misery on hard-working Brits who rely on their motor to get to work, take the kids to school and visit the GP. Time for a u-turn on yet another fuel tax. £ The home front SHAMELESS . . . EU chief Juncker has picked the pockets of British shoppers ON seeing the initials NCP, most of us think about parking. National Car Parks is, after all, Britain’s largest parking provider. To political insiders, though, NCP now means the New Customs Partnership — an unworkable scheme cooked up in Whitehall that could topple Theresa May and derail the UK’s European Union exit. It refers to May’s bright idea about what to do about our departure from the EU customs union. During the referendum campaign, Brexiteers prevailed by arguing for Britain to “take back control of our laws, borders and money”. But NCP will mean we remain ensnared within EU tariff structures, with Britain charged with collecting tariffs for Brussels and applying EU rules at its ports. The scheme relies on an untested “track-and-trace” technology to judge if goods are destined for UK or EU markets. Repayment mechanisms will then hopefully settle differences between UK and EU tariffs later — something even the EU has dismissed as “magical thinking”. It is an idea riddled with problems. And if you think it sounds ludicrously complex, that’s because it is. Nevertheless arch-Remainer civil servants surrounding May are pushing the scheme inces- By LIAM HALLIGAN santly — egged on by proBrussels ministers who have never accepted Brexit. Getting out of the EU customs tangle is vital for Britain’s prosperity, post-Brexit. The EU’s customs union puts a tariff wall around all member states, imposing charges on goods brought in from the rest of the world. That means UK shoppers pay more, often to protect inefficient producers elsewhere in the EU. Almost 40 per cent of all EU tariff revenue comes from imported clothing and footwear — raising prices on goods accounting for a high share of poorer households’ spending. EU tariffs also make food more expensive. Grocery bills could fall by up to 20 per cent once we leave the customs union, according to the Policy Exchange think-tank. It is scandalous that four fifths of the tariffs on non-EU goods bought by UK shoppers go directly to Brussels. Over the past seven years, Britain has sent European Commission president JeanClaude Juncker and his EU pals £16billion in such tariffs — enough to pay for 100,000 extra nurses over that entire period. Poor UK households paying over the odds for nonEU imports have footed much of this bill. We’re often told that being in the customs union means Britain benefits from the EU’s “60-plus” freetrade agreements with other nations. But only around half of these deals are in force — and most are with minnows and microstates. All the EU’s trade deals combined cover less than a tenth of the global economy. The EU is bad at striking trade deals as member states’ interests often conflict — and the French always dig their heels in on agriculture. Alarmist nonsense That’s why, after years of trying, there is no EU free trade agreement with the US, China, India or any really large economy. Britain has more chance of securing valuable consumerfriendly agreements negotiating alone with big nations — as Switzerland did with China in 2014. London can cut deals favouring sectors where we are strong, such as services, not skewed towards French and German interests, as EU deals often are. And sizeable nations with EU trade agreements, such as South Korea and Mexico, say they now want bespoke post-Brexit UK deals. Big business lobbyists such as the Confederation of British Industry want to keep Britain in the customs union. They care more about protecting incumbent, inefficient corporations than democracy. Leaving the customs union will boost the UK’s smaller, dynamic firms, as new trade agreements help them export to the world’s fastest-growing Eastern markets. In the early 1970s, when Britain joined what became the EU, the bloc comprised 30 per cent of the global economy. That figure, once Britain leaves, falls below 15 per cent — despite the EU now having more member states. It makes no sense for a diverse, competitive economy such as Britain to hide behind a tariff wall harming our consumers. Which is why we need to leave the EU’s backwardlooking customs union — as voters said in June 2016. And we certainly don’t need NCP to save Northern Ireland from renewed conflict. This is alarmist nonsense. Practical solutions exist, as the head of the UK’s border authorities and his Irish equivalent have made clear. The EU’s customs union is a racket that Britain must ditch in its entirety. Pro-Remain fanatics have parked their tanks on the lawn of democracy — and Mrs May needs to drive them off. l Liam Halligan is an economics expert. Follow @liamhalligan. See The Sun Says 2GM Tuesday, May 8, 2018 ............... 84F FERGIE BRITAIN’S RECORD BAKING 84 ’TALK’ 11 Continued from Page One to doctors. There had been no official update on his condition from his former club or his family since the procedure. Fergie, 76, is understood to have suffered a fall on Saturday at home in Wilmslow, Cheshire. He was taken to Macclesfield District Hospital before being rushed to Salford Royal in Gtr Manchester and put in a medically induced coma. He had the surgery the same day. Wife Cathy, who he wed in 1966, and their sons Mark, Darren and Jason are thought to be at his bedside. Former United legends Wayne Rooney, David Beckham and Cristiano Ronaldo have all sent their best wishes to the manager, who led the club to 38 trophies. Becks, who made his debut at Man Utd in 1992 Battling . . . Ferguson aged just 17, posted a throwback photo on Instagram on Saturday night which said: “Keep fighting boss, sending prayers and love to Cathy and the whole family.” The club’s current stars, meanwhile, have vowed to win the FA Cup for Sir Alex — and are hopeful he may be able to watch them lift the trophy on TV. The aces have pledged to beat Chelsea on May 19 as a tribute to the Old Trafford legend. Midfielder Juan Mata, 30, said the side would work hard to honour Sir Alex’s “winning mentality” in the season’s final three games — “especially in the FA Cup Final”. Sir Alex won the trophy five times with United. A source said: “The prognosis for him is good and his closest friends in football are being kept abreast of developments.” Prof’s C4 cops rap THE academic whose clash on Channel 4 News saw host Cathy Newman receive death threats has rapped the broadcaster for calling in the police. Followers of Canadian Prof Jordan Peterson bombarded Newman with abuse after she challenged the psychologist’s views on gender selfidentification in January. He told the Radio Times: “You could call the police in for anything; that isn’t evidence of a credible threat. “I thought, ‘Oh, now they’re going to spin this as a victim narrative’. Which I was appalled at.” But he said he had tried to stop the abuse. SAVED OUR BACON A driver and “80 per cent” of 200 pigs on an overturned lorry were rescued in Heighington, Co Durham, yesterday. BOURNEMOUTH More than 100,000 people hit the coastal town WESTMINSTER Mick Jagger enjoys boat ride on River Thames RICHMOND, YORKSHIRE Man jumps into River Swale with his shoes on AIN’T HALF HOT BUM Warmest May Day Bank Holiday ever By ROBIN PERRIE SUN lovers hit beaches, parks and beer gardens for the hottest ever early May Bank Holiday Monday. The mercury hit 83.66F (28.7C) in Northolt, West London, at 4.05pm — smashing 1999’s previous record of 74.48F (23.6C). It allowed Brits to strip down and soak up the rays like pals Kalimba and Caroline on Boscombe Beach, Bournemouth. The scorcher made Britain hotter than Miami, Ibiza and Hawaii. The temperature had already reached a record 75.6F (24.2C) by 11am in Herstmonceux, East Sussex. It then kept rising. The heat almost dried up the River Wharfe near Yokenthwaite in the Yorkshire Dales. The weather brought traffic misery with roads near coastlines grinding to a halt in Somerset and East Sussex. A tombstoner in his late teens had to be rescued after smashing his head on rocks at Portland Bill, Dorset. A man dressed as King Charles II got a cooling-down at a period event when his horse threw him into a lake at Audley End House, Essex. And Rolling Stones legend Mick Jagger sunned himself on a cruise down the Thames. The Met Office said today is due to be another sizzler. But the heatwave will not last and a 55.4F (13C) temperature fall is predicted later in the week. But only 10bn yrs of Sun left Cheeky girls . . . Caroline, left, and pal Kalimba in Bournemouth yesterday TODAY AUDLEY END HOUSE, ESSEX King Charles II performer gets a soaking as his horse throws him into lake THE Sun will eventually burn out in a spectacular globe of gas and dust in ten billion years, scientists say. Its dramatic end, called a planetary nebula, will be seen for millions of light years. Astronomers at Manchester University had previously believed our star did not have enough mass to create a nebula when it runs out of fuel in the distant future. 3-DAY FORECAST TOMORROW THURSDAY High 24°C (75.2°F) High 19°C (66.2°F) High 15°C (59°F) Low 7°C (44.6°F) Low 8°C (46.4°F) Low 5°C (41°F) Warm & sunny with scattered showers Cloudy with some rain in parts Much cooler with scattered showers 12 ............... Tuesday, May 8, 2018 1GM 1GM Tuesday, May 8, 2018 ............... 13 V T n o Ally Ross firstname.lastname@example.org WE’VE HIT JACKPOT WITH JEZ FOUR years may be an eternity in television these days, but there was never a chance something as brilliant as the Who Wants To Be a Millionaire format would show signs of age. The contestants, on the other hand? Jeez. Not only have they become noticeably thicker, they’re also slightly more reckless and inclined to build their part, in the apparent belief they might just be able to go pro with the “thick bell end” routine. That’s why Clarkson is the perfect choice to host the 20th anniversary run of Millionaire. He swivels round in disbelief when it’s revealed eight per cent of the audience actually think “vent your intestines” is an expression of anger. He cuts Ricky’s phonea-friend dead when he tries to give it “personality” instead of an answer. And, best of all, he has an “ask the host” lifeline to riff about his hatred of cricket when the same contestant is asked: “Who plays at The Oval?” Clarkson is the authentic voice of viewer despair and he clearly loves the show as well, if not the contestants. Admittedly, he did also become the first person to say “Och aye the noo,” on television, since Russ Abbot, in about 1978, but I’ll leave others to vent their intestines about that one and urge ITV to sign him for an extended run, with this assurance: Your jackpot prize could not be any safer if you had Abu Hamza throwing for the speedboat on Bullseye. (Millionaire, tonight, ITV, 9pm). lll ll GREAT TV lies and delusions of the month. Continuity announcer: “Essential new viewing for Tuesday nights begins now on BBC1 with The Split.” Kay Burley: “Younger boys find me attractive, older men find me attractive.” And Towie, Gemma Collins: “I am precious cargo, James.” No. You are craneloaded, heel-tostarboard, she’ssinking-fast-captain, cargo. Genderquake has a variety of sexes but they all talk out of the same hole IT’S nearly eight years since Channel 4 had the good sense to ditch Big Brother, and it remains one of the smartest things it’s ever done. The show was toxifying the entire brand. Like a phantom itch from an amputated limb, though, it still takes the odd scratch at Big Brother by randomly putting a bunch of attentionseeking a***holes, with stupid names, into a house together and getting them drunk. Take last night’s Genderquake, the first part of a season of programmes based on the assumption “Gender is changing in 21st Century Britain”. That’s a matter of opinion, I’d have thought. Channel 4, though, has sensed a gender-fluid bandwagon is very much rolling. So it’s hired a fancy-looking house in the Sussex countryside and filled it with 11 attention-seeking a***holes, like transwoman Cambell, who appears to be missing a P, as well as an ’enis, as she’s not shy of explaining, and describes herself as: “A woman who is fearless, complicated, emotional and kind of like . . .” Self-absorbed? Dense? Egotistical? No. “Glamorous”, apparently. Cambell, however, is far from being the most annoying person in the Genderquake house, which would probably come down to a toss-up between stroppy Saffron, resident pot-stirrer Markus and Phoenix, who “feels 70 per cent female” and claims: “I’m a gender-fluid, non-binary freaky alien child.” Phoenix can spout this unhindered nonsense, of course, because in Channel 4’s world, feelings often trump science and hypocrisy dictates you can claim there are any number of genders you like, just so l TV GOLD: Clarkson’s brutal honesty already reducing Chris Tarrant to a distant memory on Millionaire. BBC2’s Syria: The World’s War (though it needed another episode). Will.i.am calmly but furiously demolishing Kanye West’s slavery outburst, on Good Morning Britain. Mad Francesca, the Pete Burns clone, looking like she’s ready to cause absolute havoc on Love In The Countryside. And Goggleboxer Ellie watching the diplomatic news of the week drop: “Someone just put this in me Spice Girls group chat saying that Korea weren’t at war any more.” Though, I gather, Mel B and Posh remain daggers drawn. lll ll MEANWHILE, back on BBC1 divorce yawn The Split, Rose goes for a bridal gown fitting and sister Nina asks: “Have you even watched Say Yes To The Dress? “It’s a tiny microcosm of the futility of human existence.” And yet still a much better bet than The Split. On Tuesday, 9pm, TLC +1. BANDWAGON . . . ’quake housemates long as you don’t say it’s two. This is probably why they also booked Filomena, who has the production team playing sinister music when she suggests you need a womb to be a woman, and token working-class straight lad Tom, who needs to be shown the error of his provincial ways because he actually thinks, “There’s only male and female”. Controversial, I know, but if Channel 4 was hoping to open up Tom to its metropolitan ridicule, it hasn’t worked, because he’s not just the nicest housemate — he’s the only one with a world view that extends beyond himself. The most interesting, however, is definitely Brooke, who was actually born with both male and female chromosomes, grew up as a boy, but now lives as a woman and would’ve made an interesting documentary on her own. It’s all lost, though, to the mob-handed Big Brother approach, which always craves one thing above all. Conflict. They know alcohol’s usually the bust-up trigger, as well, so some of the housemates tried lookalikes THIS week’s £69 winner is Wembley bidder Shahid Khan and Super Mario. Emailed in by Kj, of York. Picture research: Alfie Snelling. finding it first down the local pub, but just ran into some pleasantly sozzled regulars who politely pointed out they were being exploited by television. Channel 4 kept plying them, though, and eventually it kicked off after Markus discovered Romario was a secret trans-man, packing a prosthetic penis of equine proportions, and grassed him up to everyone because: “I don’t beat about the bush.” Nor does Romario, for that matter and, in time-honoured BB fashion, the episode ended with threats, abuse and people being pulled apart. How the conflict resolves itself, though, will have to remain an eternal mystery, as I’m not prepared to miss tonight’s episode of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire for another Channel 4 hour of drunken, bottlespinning victimhood with this lot. I guarantee you, though, Genderquake will not conclude with the news: “The housemates have accepted the biggest single problem with their lives is their own failure to grow up and, until such time as they do, just as others must respect their right to describe themselves as ‘freaky alien children’, so they must respect the right of others to roll their eyes and mutter, ‘Bloody students’.” lllll GREAT Sporting Insights. Gary Lineker: “Firmino, Mane and Salah are the other two strikers.” Rio Ferdinand: “It’s a foul in the penalty area. Anywhere else on the pitch and that’s a penalty.” Jeff Stelling: “Let’s hear from the Swansea manager on the back of another goalless defeat.” And Arsene Wenger: “I’d like to finish with one simple word, I will miss you.” (Compiled by Graham Wray). l RANDOM TV irritations: Max Branning and the invasion of the mute car lot customers, on EastEnders. Downing Street reporters bellowing impertinent questions they know are never going to get answered. Worst ever Good Morning Britain holiday cover, Iain Lee, dismissing Millionaire because “I don’t agree with everything Clarkson stands for.” (SO?) The BBC’s Stalinist approach to women’s football, eliminating all criticism from its cult-like Cup Final coverage. And dear old Geri Spice Girl plummifying her accent to the point she’s now a royal expert, telling ITV’s Prince Harry’s Story: “As a little girl, I was in my nightie watching that wedding and . . . ” Yeah yeah, he looked handsome, Queen Victoria was bleedin’ radiant. We know. lll ll MOST terrifying sight of the week? First Dates’ Jayne replying to Stu’s innocent “What do you do?” enquiry. “I’m a holistic therapist, I’m a reiki master, I also do Seichim, which is an ancient healing, then I do Shamanic drumming, I run laughter groups and I’m an animal communicator.” . . . TAXI! BOREFEST IS SUCH A COOK-UP THAT’S the most insanely annoying thing about television. It cannot just have a success with Bake Off. It must also copy the format, spin it off, give the hosts their own chat show and wring every ounce of charm out of the show until all that’s left is this next bloody thing. Britain’s Best Home Cook, which was billed as the BBC’s “replacement for Bake Off,” but turned out to be MasterChef-in-acare-home. A right snooze of a show with Mary Berry, Claudia Winkleman, two blokes and a whole load of amateur cooks with unlikely names, like Dipa, Pippa, a dolphin called Flipper, and the mysterious-sounding Q, who seemed surprisingly short of kitchen gadgets. The pre-show hype was huge, of course, but the “so-what?” factor was even bigger. It started with a burger, ended with a poached egg and the only point I woke up in between, was when a contestant called Trevor gazed longingly into his fridge and sighed: “I’d love to cook with all that, but then I’d just be banging some nuts in.” Brace yourself, Mary. Incoming. lll ll QUIZ show bone-domes of the week. The Chase, Bradley Walsh: “What chocolate-coated lolly shares its name with a type of gun?” Laura: “Choc ice.” Bradley Walsh: “Which English author wrote a total of 644 romantic novels?” Gemma: “Shakespeare.” Bradley Walsh: “The Three Pinnacles are a rock formation on what Himalayan mountain?” Debbie: “Andes.” And Bradley Walsh: “Robert Frederick Chelsea were the names of which World Cupwinning captain?” Hussain: “Jonny Wilkinson.” l llll HEARTENING news on Channel 4’s My F***ing Tourette’s Family, as it’s suddenly announced: “Today, the DaviesMonks are embarking on their first ever trip abroad, to Germany.” Fantastic. And may I heartily recommend Munich’s Furkhofstrasse. 14 ............... Tuesday, May 8, 2018 CHOLESTEROL ‘IS TRIGGER FOR ALZ’ CHOLESTEROL could dementia, research warns. By SHAUN WOOLLER cause Scientists found a link between the fatty substance in the blood and amyloid-beta protein — a key player in the onset of Alzheimer’s disease. They discovered that cholesterol in he formation the brain is a trigger for the of clusters of amyloid-beta. They eventually lead to the formation of amyloid plaques in a toxic chain reaction that results in the death of brain cells. An international team led by Cambridge University researchers said the identification of a new “pathway” in the brain where amyloid-beta sticks together, or aggregates, could represent a fresh target for potential treatments. Until now, researchers had been baffled as to how amyloid-beta starts to aggregate in the brain, where it is typically pr present at very low levels. Study leader Professor Michele Vendruscolo, of Cambridge University, said: “The question now is how to control cholesterol’s role in Alzheimer’s disease through the regulation of its interaction with amyloid-beta. “We’re not saying that cholesterol is the only trigger for the aggregation process, but it’s certainly one of them.” 1M people in UK are expected to have dementia by 2025 1GM Mazda’s easy win MAZDA’S CX-5 SUV has been voted Britain’s most comfortable car. Fellow Japanese maker Lexus was second and third with its NX and RX models in the survey of 30,000 motorists. The Kia Niro and Peugeot 3008 completed the top five based on interior, driving position and leg room. Auto Express said if a car is uncomfortable “you won’t enjoy spending time behind the wheel”. GOLDEN EYE A KGB 14-carat gold ring with a hidden spy camera is for sale for £14,300 in Ontario, Canada. BRAVE GIRL WHO EXCLUSIVE by ROD MCPHEE WITH tears rolling down her face, Sarah Lockey held baby daughter Tilly for the last time before the tiny girl was taken to have her hands amputated. Celebs who gave Tilly a helping hand The mum had watched helplessly as a rare, devastating strain of meningitis had ravaged the 15-month-old’s body. Now, as she prepared to hand her girl over to surgeons, she made a solemn pledge. Sarah recalled: “I told her, ‘You’re going to lose your hands, but I promise I’ll get you some new ones’.” Fast forward a decade and Tilly, now 12, does not just have the promised prosthetic hands — she has the most innovative bionics in the world. The pioneering “Hero Arms”, named for their likeness to superhero limbs, have independently moving digits and function as normal hands. They even come with easily changed snap-on casings in different colours, so Tilly can coordinate her arms with her outfits. She has chosen six colour options, including a snazzy rose gold with LED lights and a black set based on the robo arms of a character from video game Deus Ex. More importantly the super-cool new hands have given Tilly, who is one of four sisters, a massive confidence boost. The schoolgirl said: “Every time I went out I’d get stared at by every person in the world. I’d hear other kids say: ‘Where are her hands?!’ HAND MAID . . . Emma Watson MAGIC TOUCH . . . JK Rowling TOP DRAW . . . Sheridan Smith ‘I can brush my own hair and my teeth’ “I wasn’t ashamed, it was just annoying. But now when they see me kids still stare, but they’re like, ‘Wow, it’s a robot!’ And I don’t mind that so much. “Some kids have even said they want to have bionic hands fitted on their arms just like me, which is a bit weird. But in a way it’s cool to hear too.” The bionic hands, developed by Open Bionics in Bristol, are tailormade for Tilly on a 3D printer. They are the first medically approved prosthetics of their kind in the UK, and are controlled by sensors which detect the tiniest muscle movements in her arms. And they allow such precise, delicate finger movements that she can do things none of the other prosthetic hands she has used in the past could manage. Tilly said: “I can brush my own hair, my own teeth, do my make-up. And all I really wanted to do was be in a picture with my friends and be able to put my thumbs up — which I can now do. “And there’s this game on the Wii called Just Dance, and you’ve got to hold the remote in one hand. “Before I had to sticky tape it to my arm and it would really hurt when they took it off. But now I don’t have to.” Tilly’s new arms are all down to the tireless fundraising by mum Sarah, 39, and dad, Adam, 38, from Consett, Co Durham, who set up the Give Tilly A Hand campaign. By selling donated handprint art made by celebrities — including Emma Watson, JK Rowling and Tom Hanks — they raised the £150,000 needed to buy their girl a succession of increasingly advanced prosthetics. Along with financial help from their NHS Primary Care Trust, their quest for the best possible hands culminated in Tilly taking part in a trial for the cutting-edge Hero Arms. And now, thanks to their success with Tilly, documented in tonight’s edition of Davina McCall’s ITV show This Time Next Year, the £10,000 hands hit the market last month. Sarah said of the Open Bionics SCREEN PRINT . . . Tom Hanks HI FIVE . . . Whoopi Goldberg CAMPAIGN . . . Tilly and Sarah on ITV show firm: “They had the same view on kids’ prosthetics that we did — because you don’t want it to hide the fact you have a disability, it’s more like a celebration. “Now Tilly says that instead of people feeling sorry for her, they’re like, ‘Oh my God that’s so cool, where did you get those from?” The family has come a long way since January 2007 when Tilly was given a “zero per cent” chance of survival after being struck down with meningitis B, a strain of meningococcal septicaemia. After spotting the tell-tale dark blotches on her skin, she was rushed to hospital where Sarah received the news every parent dreads. She said: “They sat me down and said, ‘It looks like a very serious case of meningitis septicaemia and we think she will die.’ At that point they said: ‘This is the worst case of meningitis we’ve ever seen.” To help her body fight the infection Tilly had the first of ten blood 1GM Tuesday, May 8, 2018 ............... HAS WORLD AT HER BIONIC FINGERTIPS Sensors detect muscle movement in arms, allowing for precise finger movement First medically approved bionics of its kind in UK Each arm costs £10k Tailor-made via a 3D printer Customised snap-on sleeves with six colour options transfusions and was placed in a days her consultant brought them medically induced coma. the news they had longed for. Sarah said: “They told me to go Sarah said: “He looked at her, and see her because they didn’t looked at her notes, then looked at expect her to wake up. They me and smiled. He said, ‘I can’t actually gave me zero believe I’m about to say per cent chance of surthis, but she’s fighting vival but said, ‘We will it. We think she’ll pull do everything we can.’ through.’ I just fell to “I felt like I was in the floor crying.” a dream, I felt sick, “But the doctor also like I wasn’t living it. said, ‘It’s devastated her I was floating around body and there will the hospital like an need to be amputaout-of-body experience. tions.” Sections of her toes It just didn’t feel real.” But Tilly’s maths started to drop off teacher dad Adam naturally, but both her refused to bid farewell. blackened hands Sarah recalled: “He eventually had to be just told them, ‘No, surgically removed we’re not going in PRE OP . . . with parents above the wrist. there to say goodbye to The Give Tilly A her. We’re going to tell her to listen Hand appeal was launched almost to our voices, keep fighting and immediately by family members she’s going to come out of it.’ ” and close friends. The response was The couple kept a round-the- so great that Tilly got her first pair clock bedside vigil, and after four of prosthetic hands aged three. People used to stare but now they marvel at my superhero arms Over the next seven years she had five pairs. As well as outgrowing them, the family tried to buy increasingly developed hands. But they quickly realised the existing technology could not give her what she needed. Sarah, who’s now a full-time fundraiser for the charity Meningitis Research Foundation, said: “We were just buying the same old stuff. “Every appointment I went to, I’d be saying, ‘Can we add this in? Or could we do this? Can they not open a bit more?’ It just didn’t move fast enough for her. “She still couldn’t even pick up a Fruit Shoot drink or brush her hair. But they just said, ‘Sorry, there’s just nothing else around.’” Then, two years ago, Sarah came across an advert by Open Bionics bosses, who were looking for a young amputee to help in the development of their breakthrough concept for a prosthetic. The company’s slogan is “We turn disabilities into superpowers” and the resulting Hero Arms, which cost £10,000 per hand, were fitted five months ago. Tilly has now become a role model for how being different can be cool, and she has even showed off her Hero Arms at a ComicCon convention in California. The youngster is also an ambassador for the new technology, raising awareness of what is available to other youngsters with missing limbs. Sarah said: “Our goal now is to keep pressing on to fulfil the dream that one day all kids that need prosthetics like this can get them on the NHS. “Tilly’s story shows what leaps and bounds have already been made — and what could yet be made.” l This Time Next Year, tonight, ITV, 8pm. Visit meningitis.org. GLAM . . . in rose gold arms with Davina 15 1GM HIP OPS BRAVE CROC BRIDE LOTTERY SHAME Some waiting longer ............... Tuesday, May 8, 2018 WAITS for hip replacements can be 23 times longer between NHS trusts due to a postcode lottery for routine ops. Patients at Wye Valley in Herefordshire faced 255 days on average last year compared with 11 days at Poole Hospital in Dorset. Other long waits were at 190 days at Lewisham, South London, and 187 in Salisbury, Wilts. Across the NHS, the wait has risen EXCLUSIVE from 76 days in 2009 to 82 days today, figures by NICK McDERMOTT from NHS Digital show. According to NHS rules and in the worst cases 92 per cent of patients “may be immobile”. Age UK boss Caroline needing non-urgent surgery should be seen Abrahams said: “Delaying surgery could actually within 18 weeks (126 days). NHS England boss cause patients’ condition g to worsen.” Simon Stevens blamed Wye Valley a lack of cash NHS Trust said for the growing the number of delays. patients treated But the Royal within 18 College of Surweeks was up geons said hip from 65 per r replacements cent last year e were “cost effto 80 per cent ective”. It said this year. patients waiting nick.mcdermott for one faced pain @the-sun.co.uk @ 82 Average number of days patients wait for a hip op Precious moment . . . Jamie puts ring on Zanele’s finger From JAMIE PYATT, in Cape Town, South Africa CROCODILE-attack bride Zanele Ndlovu walks into church to marry clutching a posy of roses — days after the beast ripped off her other arm. She smiled as Jamie Fox, of Bromley, South East London, put a ring on her bandaged left hand, also bitten in the attack as the couple canoed near Victoria Falls. A minister presided over the ceremony in a hospital chapel in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. A witness said: “If anything, their feelings and love for each other are even stronger”. 1GM Tuesday, May 8, 2018 ............... WORLD CUP: 37 DAYS TO GO O Clinch . . . Jen & Bren Brendan singing Jenna’s praises EXCLUSIVE by BENJY POTTER MARADONA WAS MY GRAVEDIGGER EX-STRICTLY star Brendan Cole gushed about Jenna-Lee James in an interview three months before he was pictured in a clinch with her. Married Brendan, 42, said of Jenna-Lee, a backing singer on his All Night Long tour: “She does wear a fine catsuit.” In the same interview Brendan told why he does not take wife Zoe, 36, and their two young children on tour. He added: “I’m not in bed before 2am on a show day. That’s not conducive for a family life.” The Sun on Sunday showed Brendan cosying up to Jenna-Lee outside a central London bar in the early hours. His wife is believed to have been at home at the time. Salt ‘tec’ lifesaver PEOPLE with potentially fatal high blood pressure could soon monitor their salt intake via a sensor in their mouth. For those with hypertension, too much sodium raises blood pressure and may lead to heart trouble. But boffins have developed a flexible electronic wireless sensing system to be worn in the mouth. Ultra-thin and resembling a dental plate, it reports salt consumption to a smartphone or tablet. Assistant Prof WoonHong Yeo, of the Georgia Institute of Technology, US, said: “It could help people restrict sodium intake and change diets.” Cops go electric A POLICE force hopes to save £450,000 in three years by introducing electric cars. Twenty BMW i3s go into service in Hampshire today with 20 more by the end of the year. Each will cost £1 a day to fuel, compared with £3.50 for petrol cars. Inspector Andy Tester said: “That type of saving is almost impossible to argue against, especially when you look at environmental benefits too.” The cars, which have a petrol tank back-up, will be used by investigation teams for attending interviews and conducting day-to-day administration. TOWER TERROR Two girls of 12 had to be rescued after climbing up to a ledge of a 40ft tower at Haverfordwest castle in West Wales. Hand of cheat . . . Bogdan, circled, watches Maradona and Shilton shake HAND OF CLOD Maradona punch was given as a goal Lino tormented by cheat THE World Cup linesman who failed to flag Maradona’s infamous Hand of God goal against England died tormented by his error, his widow says. Bogdan Dochev even scrawled on the back of a photo of the Argentine star: “Maradona is my gravedigger.” Bulgarian Bogdan, who died a year ago aged 80, wrote it in anguish weeks after Maradona used his hand to knock the ball past England’s Peter Shilton. Bogdan’s failure to flag the clear handball meant England were knocked out of Mexico ’86 by Argentina, losing EXCLUSIVE by NEIL SYSON 2-1. He later admitted spotting the handball — which Maradona later slyly described as “the hand of God.” But Bogdan’s widow Emily claims match referee Ali Bin Nasser ordered her husband not to make any major decisions. She added: “The referee said ‘You don’t have to do any work — it will be all my calls’. I’ll never forgive that referee and I’ll never forgive Diego Maradona. “After the World Cup our life was ruined. Bogdan withdrew into himself and friends never said hello to me again. It wasn’t a Hand of God for us, it was a kick in the teeth.” email@example.com So painful . . . photo message ENGLAND JIHAD FEAR AN IS terrorist has been shot dead in a firefight with Russian gun cops in the World Cup city where England play next month. Three FSB agents were wounded after the jihadist failed to stop for a check and fled to a flat in Nizhny Novgorod. 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Researchers discovered loss of hearing after a loud concert or explosion is caused by the inner ear filling up with fluid. But injecting a salt or sugar solution through the eardrum within three hours can reverse the fluid build-up, say University of Southern California experts. Professor John Oghalai said: “I can envision soldiers carrying a small bottle of this solution and using it to prevent hearing damage from a roadside bomb.” 1GM RIHLY RISQUE Tuesday, May 8, 2018 ............... ROYAL WEDDING LYRICS THAT INSPIRE WELBY: I STAY PRAYED UP AND GET THE JOB DONE Pray day . . Archbishop of Canterbury and Christian Stormzy Archbish calmed by Stormzy THE Archbishop of Canterbury is taking inspiration from Stormzy as he prepares for the royal wedding. The Most Rev Justin Welby is using lyrics from the grime star to help calm his nerves. RIHANNA gives her fans another glimpse at her new lingerie range in a black corset. The singer, 30, shared the snap after ending her on-off romance with rapper Drake, 31. She said: “We don’t have a friendship now, but we’re not enemies either.” RiRi has been unveiling the Savage X Fenty line with a countdown to launch on Instagram. The Big Rih-veal is on Friday. EYE CANCER GAFFE A FATHER told he had migraines lost his right eye to cancer and was left with a hole in his face. Danny Hunt, 58, also had to have bone from his nose and jaw removed. A series of medical problems means he is too frail for facial reconstruction and so doctors have now used skin He revealed he is keeping Stormzy’s track Blinded By Your Grace in his thoughts. Mr Welby, 62, said: “There’s a line in that — ‘I stay prayed up and get the job done’ — I think that sort of sums it up.” Stormzy, 24 — who won two Brit Awards this year — is a committed Christian. Mr Welby will officiate as Prince Harry weds Meghan Markle on May 19 in front of an estimated TV audience of 25million. He said: “I’m always nervous at weddings be- from his back to hide the hole. Former gardener Mr Hunt, from Islington, North London, told his GP in 2008 he had severe headaches and throat infections but was diagnosed with laryngitis. Hospital medics put it down to migraines before specialists at Moorfields Eye Hospital found a tumour. Sun MILKMAN Martin Court, 69, has only taken one day off in 50 years at Usk, South Wales — and won’t when he attends the Queen’s garden party. SPOT By MATT WILKINSON cause it is such an important day for the couple — whoever they are.” He told BBC Coventry & Warwickshire he made “cack-handed mistakes” at the last two he was involved in. He added: “I’m thinking this is probably not a good moment to make it a hat-trick.” Last November, Stormzy — real name Michael Omari Jr — offered to sing at the royal wedding. Rumours persist that he will. He became pals with Harry at last year’s WellChild Awards. RENOVATION work on a 21room apartment at Kensington Palace has led to speculation that Harry and Meghan may move in next to Prince William and Kate. matt.wilkinson@ the-sun.co.uk Souvenir, mug? — Page 26 Big day . . . the couple POINTERS FOR GUESTS PRINCE Harry and Meghan Markle are said to have banned guests bringing ceremonial swords to their wedding. Seven pages of instructions have been sent out, with medals, mobiles and cameras also prohibited. Instead of gifts, guests are being By RACHEL DALE asked to donate to seven chosen charities. The guidance also suggests two driving routes, both converging on Windsor Farm Shop, from where guests will be taken by bus to Windsor Castle. 19 ............... sunsavers.co.uk Edited by SOPHIA MOIR Wallet the sun shine YOU don’t have to pay a fortune for fabulous sandals. George At Asda has a great selection, all under £20. Its pool sliders, below, are fab for this season – and cost just a tenner. And for kids, jelly sandals start from £5. 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SIMON BIRD revealed on TV last week: “We’re all so happy and proud of what we did with it and don’t want to spoil it by going back.” KHLOE KARDASHIAN’s boyfriend TRISTAN THOMPSON was caught cheating on the star just a week before she gave birth to their daughter, True. But that hasn’t stopped her from supporting the basketball player at his game on Saturday where she was snapped sitting in the stands – appearing to confirm the romance is still on. She was later seen for the first time with her newborn daughter, whose face she kept covered underneath a blanket. MOST kids first learn about sex in school or on TV – but WILL SMITH’s daughter WILLOW discovered the truth about the birds and the bees after finding her parents at it. In a recording of their motherdaughter series Red Table Talk, JADA PINKETT SMITH was shocked to learn her daughter had accidentally walked in on them. After Willow confessed to seeing her folks getting jiggy with it, Jada replied in a panic: “How did that happen? What did you see? Thank God I have a therapy fund put aside.” Email: firstname.lastname@example.org HE HAS never been shy about campaigning on controversial issues but actor BENEDICT CUMBERBATCH’s latest stand might get a few of his fellow colleagues’ backs up. The Doctor Strange and Sherlock star says blokes in the entertainment business should reject work if female counterparts are taking home less pay than them. Benedict has even suggested they ask what the actresses are being paid to ensure complete equality. He said: “Equal pay and a place at the table are the central tenets of feminism. Look at your quotas. “Ask what women are paid, and say, ‘If she’s not paid the same as the men, I’m not doing it.’” In the Radio Times interview, Benedict also claimed he would be happy to turn the tables and be an objectified man in a femaledominated movie. He said: “If it’s good enough bi bit MICHELLE and JESSICA KEEGAN spent their BankWRIGHT Holiday weekend partyin g in Las Vegas as the a hen do for Ho y held the fiancée of llie Kane, brother. The MARK’s family were out Wright at Drai’s Beach in force Club. Twitter: @simonboyle87 bi bit JOHN NEWMAN his brain tumourreckons grown thanks hasn’t optimism. The to his singer said: “The surgeon goes, ‘We’ve do ne an MRI and after this year it’s not grown inely think tha.’ I genut’s do wn to a positive min dset.” STUNTS WILL BE THE BAKING OF SOPHIE BAKE Off winner SOPHIE FALDO has gone from making crumbles to faking tumbles. She’s returned to her day job as a stuntwoman and landed a role on her first Hollywood film. Sophie appears alongside Bond Girl ROSAMUND PIKE, who starred opposite 007 PIERCE BROSNAN in Die Another Day, and actor CLIVE OWEN in action film Three Seconds, which is out in August. It is believed Sophie filmed her scenes for the movie last summer, weeks after winning Bake Off. A source said: “After her bi MY TEAM: Nic for CHRIS PINE in Wonder Woman, it’s good enough for Benedict Cumberbatch. “Yeah! Definitely. Like, just in your pants? Slow pan up from the feet to the head, with sexy, screaming saxophone music in the background? “Ha ha ha, yes! So long as it was fun. I’d have to be in good shape, though. Prepare.” Benedict was talking ahead of his new Sky Atlantic TV drama Patrick Melrose, which starts on Sunday, and in which he plays the title role. The character is based on writer Edward St Aubyn, who is even more upper-class than the Harrow-educated actor. Benedict said: “He’s properly posh. Everyone goes on about the posh thing with me but despite looking it, I am not that class. “That class is landed gentry. I had to posh up for this.” I didn’t think anyone could be posher than Benedict. victory Sophie could have pursued loads of deals. Instead she focused on her stuntwoman training. Perhaps she feels she’ll have more success in film-making than baking – or it’s where she’s more in demand.” Sophie, an expert in taekwondo and equestrian stunts, admitted: “I’m not an amazing actress but I love being on set and I love the physical side of it. I love being behind the scenes.” Given how quiet she’s been since winning Bake Off, that’s probably for the best. ticker T KATY’LSOGVO ’ N I T A TH FRILLING KATY PERRY made a frilling entrance in Los Angeles in this vibrant red dress with shoulder detail. The singer ditched her blonde crop in favour of her signature brunette locks for Sunday night’s filming of American Idol. Katy, a judge on the show, got all hot and bothered over 21-year-old contestant Cade Foehner who made it into the top five on the talent show. She told Texas rocker Cade, who views his music as Christian ministry: “I know you’re a man of God but honestly I was feeling a little backslidden watching over you. “I don’t know what is coming over me – I could be your babysitter.” l Towie’s Mario Falcone and Murphy months after Celebs t bi IT was the weekend of extravagant A-list parties. After ADELE and POPPY DELEVINGNE celebrated their birthdays in style, DAVID WALLIAMS reunited with ex-wife LARA STONE to ensure their son Alfred had a fifth birthday to remember. They hosted a superhero-themed bash, complete with a Batmobile. The Britain’s Got Talent judge turned into a big kid after posting snaps of himself driving the rented car, which features an Emergency Bat-Turn Lever. ............... ALEXA’S ’EX APPEAL Howell Davies, Lucy Jones, Sarah Packer and Daniel Sperling AT LAST – KATE’S BEST MATES WITH THE STATES ONCE MORE KATE MOSS has spent the last 13 years missing out on A-list Hollywood events after struggling to secure a US visa. But now the supermodel has finally been allowed back into the States after resolving the issue. Problems with Kate visiting America started in 2005 after she was pictured snorting a white powder, thought to be cocaine. In 2013 US magazine Playboy even had to relocate its 60th anniversary celebrations from Los Angeles to London after realising its cover star – Kate – wouldn’t be able to attend otherwise. And it sounds like Ms Moss – who wore this leather jacket, right, with its provocative slogan painted on the back – made up for lost time by appearing at New York’s Met Gala again, having first attended the fundraising fashion bash back in 1995. Hopefully she will be on her best behaviour this time around. YOU’VE got to hand it to ALEXA CHUNG – she’s a fast mover. The model was last pictured with Swedish actor ALEXANDER SKARSGARD in March but has since moved on with her former flame MATTHEW HITT. Alexa and model Matthew, who dated in 2014, still looked like a perfect match as they were snapped sharing a giggle out in New York at the weekend, right. It’s not the first time that Alexa has gone back to an ex after she was spotted with ARCTIC MONKEYS frontman ALEX TURNER last November. She clearly has a thing for men named Alex. Hawkeye given Avenger el RENNER DID FILM INFINITY WAR SCENES BUT MIFFED STAR MISSED FINAL CUT THE new Avengers movie is called Infinity War – and I imagine that’s what JEREMY RENNER had with the creators when he saw it. The American actor, who plays Hawkeye in the franchise, shot scenes in Edinburgh last year but embarrassingly had his character completely cut from the movie. He turned down a part in Mission: Impossible 6 to be part of the Marvel blockbuster and suffered a fractured elbow and wrist on set, yet is nowhere to be seen in the latest instalment. It passed the $1billion (£737million) mark at the international box office on Saturday, having had the biggest global opening of all time the weekend before, when it pulled in £465million. But Jeremy, right as Hawkeye, has missed out on being part of its phenomenal success. A movie insider said: “Hawkeye was very much a part of the original script and Jeremy filmed scenes last year. Marvel films vast amounts of footage and it was eventually decided his character was superfluous and his sections were cut. “The only mention of him is one throwaway line where it’s explained that his character is on house arrest. “That was put in during reshoots to cover their backs after it was decided Hawkeye was to be removed.” It’s the latest blow for Jeremy’s character Hawkeye. Two years ago he moaned about the storylines for the archer. He said: “In the first Avengers . . . I was just getting to know who Hawkeye was, and then zap, I go round like a zombie, I’m like Loki’s minion. “So I’m a little frustrated, because I was so excited to figure out who Hawkeye was.” A Disney spokesman refused to comment. Director Joe Russo has promised Hawkeye will return for the concluding part of the Avengers next year. Perhaps he will have more luck then. instaglam cola Fahey, fiancée Becky Miesner expecting first baby l Frankie Cocozza marries girlfriend Bianca Go Dating stint l Taylor Swift hints at Kanye feud as she unveils snake mic ahead of tour 24 ............... Tuesday, May 8, 2018 1GM Start collecting Sun Savers codes now and you’ll save enough cash for a festive hamper delivered in time for Christmas. JOIN TODAY AT SUNSAVERS.CO.UK OR DOWNLOAD THE FREE APP TURN TO PAGE 20 FOR TODAY’S CODE T&Cs Apply. UK residents only (excludes Isle of Man & Channel Islands). Online access required. Multiple code collect. Order and payment required by Friday, October 5. 18+. For full list of hamper content please visit sunsavers.co.uk Tuesday, May 8, 2018 ............... GENDER ROW HITS BOOKS 25 Filming . . . TV Simon I nursed battered refugee By NICK PARKER BBC travel host Simon Reeve helped a refugee who was beaten by Myanmar’s military while filming a new series. Simon, 45, treated the injured man at a camp of displaced Rohingya Muslims on the border with Bangladesh. The victim was caught as he went back to check on his farm in what used to be called Burma. Simon said: “He’d been very badly beaten up and threatened with his life. “His skull was fractured and he crawled back across the border. “I had to bandage up his head which was bleeding heavily then take him to a field hospital.” The man’s plight left Simon angry and upset. A military operation in Myanmar drove hundreds of thousands of ethnic Rohingya Muslims from their homes last summer. The two-part Burma With Simon Reeve starts on BBC2 next Monday. Nuke aid by robots BOFFINS are making self-operating robots to send into old nuclear plants to make them safe. Six UK universities are working on mobile machines to handle deadly radioactive waste and decommission sites. Lincoln-based robotics prof Gerhard Neumann said it could take a century to clear the plants. EVERY FLIPPING DAY Retired Don Gorske, 64, has eaten his 30,000th Big Mac in 46 years in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. LITTLE MISS GREEDY MR UPPITY SHE eats 66 sausages in one meal and for that she is fatshamed! No one asks if there might be underlying issues behind her over-eating. 8/10 WITH his “most enormous house”, Mr Uppity shows what’s wrong with our class system. Why couldn’t Bigtown’s richest person be a woman? 8/10 LITTLE MISS SCATTERBRAIN OH, women are so forgetful! Women are so brainless! Such is the patronising mocking this poor woman gets. 9/10 Mr Men behaving badly MR LAZY LITTLE MISS BOSSY A PATHETIC example of gender stereotyping, a man who doesn’t lift a finger around the house until forced to by the authorities. 8/10 THE patriarchy at its worst. Little Miss Bossy should be respected as an assertive woman, not “taught a lesson” by a male wizard. 8/10 CHARACTER ANALYSIS BY MR TICKLE A SERIAL harasser, he has no respect for personal space and tickles whoever he likes without their consent. Jon Snowflake’s Offensiveness Scale: 10/10 KIDS’ FAVES ‘ARE SEXIST’ THE Mr Men and Little Miss books are branded sexist by “snowflake” researchers. They analysed plots, characters and language in 81 of Roger Hargreaves’ tales. They found Little Misses were By SHAUN WOOLLER often given demeaning names such as Bossy and Stubborn and had to be “saved” in over half of stories. Just a third of the Mr Men need rescuing, and they have bold names like Mr Strong. They also have 12 more words to say on average, Lincoln University boffins found. Study leader Madeleine Pownall said: “Female characters were more passive and relied on being saved more.” But the Campaign for Real Education’s Chris McGovern said: “The books do no harm. Kids enjoy them.” email@example.com 26 ............... Tuesday, May 8, 2018 2GM TACKY GIFTS CASHING IN ON ROYAL WEDDING Surgery . . . Georgia Teen girl kicked in the face by horse WHAT better way to celebrate Harry and Meghan’s big day than with Pez dispensers of the happy couple? Stores have gone royal wedding mad, offering a tat-ally forgettable line-up. AMY READING rounds up the weirdest wedding products to have and to hold for ever. BOWLED OVER . . . by cereal’s whopping cost, £40, Etsy. TYING THE KNIT . . . crochet pair, £50, Etsy BREW YOU TAKE THIS MAN? . . . teabags £19.99, Etsy By ALEX WEST A GIRL was left with horrific injuries after she was kicked in the face by a horse while out riding. Georgia Hull, 15, suffered a broken jaw, lost seven teeth and was knocked unconscious. She needed surgery when she could not breathe after her mouth swelled. Georgia had to be fed through a syringe but is now eating pureed foods. She was on her pony Star, nine, when the horse in front kicked out. Mum Julie, who was riding nearby, said: “People saw Georgia just slide off her pony. “You could see straight away that her jaw was broken. It almost looked like it might fall off.” Georgia, from Wadebridge, Cornwall, is to have new teeth fixed and is “eager” to go out riding again. Rail fares best split TOP rail bosses have admitted passengers are better off buying two separate tickets for some single journeys as they promise an overhaul of their “frustrating system”. The Rail Delivery Group, which represents train companies and Network Rail, admitted if part of a journey is in peak hours, the entire journey is charged at that rate. Transport Focus, the independent rail watchdog, said passengers can save as much as 90 per cent by splitting tickets. A public consultation starting on June 4 aims to find ways of simplifying fare regulations. We mutt get fitter A PAIR of roly-poly dogs have lost more than three stones between them after being fat-shamed by a stranger. He accused their doting owner of animal abuse because of her pets’ size. Caitlin Brink, 24, realised she was “killing them with kindness” and put the rescue beagles, both 14, on a strict diet. Kimmy and Hank could only waddle for a few yards but now tackle seven-mile walks. The forces snapper, from Alabama, US, said: “That comment opened my eyes. I wasn’t educated on nutrition and I thought fat was cute.” PAYS TO BE HAPPY Just one in eight workers says pay is most important, behind job satisfaction, a poll by hiring site Indeed found. THUMB-THING SPECIAL . . . pair of thimbles are sew odd, £3.98, eBay I DO-OOH OOH! . . . love rings, £9.99, Lovehoney MAKING THEIR MARKLE . . . bookmark £7, eBay CANDY DROSS. . . but Pez dispensers will raise charity cash on eBay Harry and Meghan thimbles, cereal, cardboard robots, life-size cutouts, even sex toys... STIR CRAZY . . . the wooden spoon of wedding tat, £20.24, Etsy SOME PIN NEW . . . badge, £2.50, Zazzle Souvenir, mug? MILLS & GLOOM . . . threeparter romance, £5.99, Amazon LOVE SKIRTS . . . but not when you have your mugs on a mini, £23.83 Redbubble CARD OF HONOUR . . . paper robot model kit £25, Etsy GINGER NUTS . . . royal pair as spicy biscuits, £12, Biscuiteers.com CRUNCH SHINE . . . parsnip crisps feature edible glitter, £2.49 YAPPY EVER AFTER . . . neckerchief £25, Teddy Maximus STAND-IN JOKE . . . life-sized cardboard cutout, £19.90, eBay A LOBE OFF YOUR MIND . . . earrings £5.99, Etsy POW-ER COUPLE . . . comic book, £5.15, amazon 1GM NHS bike hero dies A FAMILY paid tribute to an NHS volunteer biker yesterday after he died in a crash delivering life-saving blood supplies. “Much-loved” Russell Curwen, 49, was injured when his bike collided with a Jaguar XJR in Lancaster on Saturday. He died in hospital. The car driver, 65 and from Morecambe, Lancs, suffered minor injuries. NHS medical services support driver Russell, of Kendal, Cumbria, did voluntary work for Blood Bike North West. His family said: “He gave up his time to take vital blood supplies to hospitals and died doing what he loved.” IT’S A CLINGRAY A COUPLE who received a note saying neighbours were fed up seeing them naked hit back with one of their own. Gong for store cop A COMMUNITY cop has won a top award after catching 126 shoplifters in just nine months. PCSO Victoria Rogers, 39, says her success has “got under the skin” of store crooks in Dudley, West Midlands. And winning the regional PCSO of the Year gong felt “amazing”. Victoria added: “I wanted to focus on speeding up the process of identifying suspects. Some stores were being hit by the same offenders several times a week. “I take great pride in helping store staff whose working day is blighted by shoplifters. We’ve had great success.” 27 PAIR IN PEEPING BUST UP Bare boobs note row Tuesday, May 8, 2018 ............... Karin Stone, 33, and husband Jay, 34, were asked to close their blinds by an anonymous writer sick of glimpsBy BEN LEO ing “big bum, big boobs and little willy”. It was signed “your neighbours”. The pair have put their own note in the window of their house in Lemington, Newcastle upon Tyne. It says: “Stop looking through our windows you peeping Tom.” Office manager Karin said: “We don’t stand at RAY to go — a scuba diver snaps a sensational selfie with a huge 5ft stingray. Mark Tilley, 35, lured the fish in with squid on his face mask. Fellow diver Jim Catlin, 35, caught the moment on camera, left, on Grand Cayman in the Caribbean. He said: “It was incredible.” Exposed . . . note and Karin & Jay the window and dance or anything. “From the handwriting it looks like an older person has written it. “I think it is really funny, in particular how they describe my husband. I thought, ‘How dare you’.” firstname.lastname@example.org 28 ............... Tuesday, May 8, 2018 1GM RM 7KH PROMOTED CONTENT YORKSHIRE VET ZLWK3HWHU :ULJKW the Each week, I share of ns tio la bu tri d an trials eat gr es treating all creatur ale eld Sk and small at Veterinary Centre FILM EXPLORES TRAGEE By GRANT ROLLINGS Bully . . . Randell Girl’s jail for snub on judge WITH her pink palace, nude Playboy pictures and “accidental” wardrobe malfunctions, there was little Jayne Mansfield would not do to gain attention. Her 40in bust certainly helped get her noticed as she fought Hollywood rival Marilyn Monroe for the blonde bombshell crown in the Fifties and Sixties. By LAUREN PROBERT B eing versatile is something that comes in handy being a vet in Yorkshire, and this week was no exception as I was called into a wildlife park to help dart a deer. The deer needed moving to another area and the only way to safely do this was to use a tranquiliser gun to sedate the animal. In the run-up to this I had to undergo training at a shooting range. On the day, I had to hide in a trailer as the deer came to feed, I had to be very still as deer will run if they feel threatened or hear a noise. As the deer got closer, I took aim, but what happened next was staggering. They are such beautiful animals but at close quarters can be dangerous to humans. You’ll have to tune in tonight to see how I HAD TO BE this story ends. VERY STILL The next patient in was a tiny AS DEER WILL abandoned kitten RUN IF THEY with a poorly leg, HEAR A NOISE brought in by an animal charity. We OR FEEL named her Hope. THREATENED. She couldn’t put any weight on her I TOOK AIM… leg and I felt sure I knew what was wrong – but only an x-ray would confirm my suspicions. After putting Hope under anaesthetic, we were able to look at her leg via the x-ray. This confirmed that Hope would have to undergo surgery. Elsewhere, Julian [Norton, Wright’s costar on TYV V ] paid a visit to a llama trekking centre to see Gus (above), who had a problem with his mouth. As ever with llamas it was not an easy job and Julian needed to do some assessment on him before he could confirm what was wrong. Another tricky job for Julian was stitching up a cow with a nasty cut. It’s always difficult dealing with these animals because if they panic they could break the vet’s arm. Find out how we both got on in tonight’s episode of The Yorkshire Vet. t The Yorkshire Vet is on at 8pm tonight on Channel 5 A JUDGE ordered a teenage bully to be locked up after she turned her back on him in the dock. Xena Randell, 19, had admitted assault after shoving a frail 70-yearold woman to the ground in a row at a market. Judge Anthony Potter told Randell, who has 13 previous convictions: “You are a bully. Pushing with force a woman old enough to be your grandmother is disgraceful.” When Randell, of Walsall, turned around and refused to face him at Warwick crown court he adjourned the case and remanded her in custody. He said: “She has to understand that whatever acts the juvenile court have taken, she’s in the crown court now. The crown court will not be bullied.” 2 FREE TICKETS DOOMED . . . Jayne with her jealous lover Sam SEX SIREN . . . poster for Too Hot To Handle, also known as Playgirl After Dark, right BOSOM BUDDIES . . . actress Sophia Loren gets an eyeful, below IF you’re collecting tokens for two FREE tickets to THORPE PARK Resort, here is Token 11. Today’s Sun Savers code is on Page 20. T&Cs apply. 2 FREE TICKETS TOKEN 11 Run faker ‘is a pest’ THE ex-wife of marathon cheat Stanley Skupien has reported him to police for harassment, a pal revealed last night. The Polish hobo has allegedly constantly been turning up at her house in Chiswick, West London, and making threats. Skupien, 38, has a son aged seven with Karolina. They both came to England 12 years ago. The friend said: “He was there on the pretence of visiting his son. But the visits left her feeling intimidated.” Skupien got a medal in the London Marathon after picking up a dropped bib number. DAVE’S JOB LOT Top jobs go to men called David while women named Rebecca have the most academic success, data claims. CROWD PLEASER . . . on a trip to Spurs’ White Hart Lane ground in London in 1959 But the publicity stunts led the film star, who claimed to have bedded US President John F Kennedy and his brother Robert, down a dark path towards SATANISM — and a curse some say was to cut her life tragically short at the age of 34. Now documentary Mansfield 66/67 — in cinemas from Friday — has examined the story behind the screen goddess’s mysterious final months. As Jayne’s career floundered in 1966 she hooked up with Church of Satan founder Anton LaVey, posing at his Black House in San Francisco. Devotees of oddball LaVey, revered by singers Kurt Cobain and Marilyn Manson, would strip naked on his altar and preach sexual freedom. Jayne became a high priestess of the Devil worshipper’s church and was rumoured to be one of his many lovers. That did not sit well with her jealous boyfriend and lawyer Sam Brody, who then got on the wrong side of “the evilest man in the world”. Black magic after son mauled by lion After supposedly falling foul of a LaVey spell, Sam was involved in six serious road accidents. The final time proved fatal, killing him, driver Ronnie Harrison and Jayne when their 1966 Buick Electra 225 ploughed into the back of a tractor. Jayne famously once said: “If you’re going to do something wrong, do it big because the punishment is the same either way.” In 1963 she became the first actress to appear naked in a major Hollywood film. When Playboy founder Hugh Hefner published nude images from the set of the movie, called Promises! Promises!, he was hauled up in court on obscenity offences. Married three times and a mother of five, Jayne cheated on all her husbands, and they were said to have cheated on her in return. Her relaxed attitude to sin was shared by LaVey. Nicknamed the Black Pope, his philosophy was: “If you’re H stt M en n in n saa see cu u dee Soo kii Blon going to do something naughty, do it and enjoy it.” Rather than telling people to follow Satan, he told them to follow their sexual desires. His daughter Zeena, 54, who turned her back on his cult three decades ago, told The Sun he treated his female followers as sex slaves, who could earn him money by sleeping with other men. Zeena said: “He was a pimp. There was a category of women he called his ‘students’, but that was a euphemism. “Basically, these were women who would give him a portion of their earnings and he would give them a supposed consultation on how to be more seductive. Then he would turn them out. They were impressionable.” But she questions whether Jayne was one of LaVey’s lovers, saying he did not like his women to have “big boobs”. Instead, Zeena thinks both her father and Jayne’ss to exploit t a Jayne wa Beatles we e trip to the most like replied: “Ja a And p complained d about her Second Com m Although “dumb blo o blonde norr She was IQ of 160. hair and a model into Girl Can’t h Handle. Th the back o In 1957, s 1GM RM Tuesday, May 8, 2018 ............... 29 EDY E OF LEGEND FAMOUS FOR 40in BUST Hollywood H tar t Jayne Mansfield M nded up n n grip of atanic a ex e ult u and ead e at 34. o did Devil ill i the... BAPTISM . . . LaVey’s satanic ceremony for daughter Zeena, three. Inset, his wife Diane CARNAGE . . . wrecked motor after the fatal accident in 1967 NAKED AMBITION . . . Hollywood icon Jayne. Inset, Satanist Anton LaVey l l e h s b m o b e d n s boyfriend Sam were trying the star for their own gain. t a so famous that when The as ere asked during their first e US in 1964 who they would to meet, Paul McCartney ayne Mansfield.” a preacher Billy Graham p d that Americans knew more “vital statistics than the mmandment”. m she played the archetypal onde”, Jayne was neither o r dumb. born a brunette and had an But putting peroxide in her acting ditzy got the former a Hollywood hits such as The Help It and Too Hot to hose roles had been won on h of o relentless self-publicity. she bought a 40-bed mansion s on LA’s Sunset Boulevard, shortly before her marriage to second husband Mickey Hargitay, winner of Mr Universe 1955. It was dubbed the Pink Palace after she painted all the rooms pink and filled it with pink furnishings, including a fountain spurting pink champagne. When the scripts dried up, she turned to LaVey to get her what she wanted — more tabloid column inches. But according to the documentary, she started to take him seriously after her six-year-old son Zoltan was mauled by a lion at a theme park in 1966. She asked LaVey to use black magic to save her little boy. The Satanist is said to have headed for a mountaintop to perform an incantation. Hours later doctors said Zoltan would pull through. Jayne also sought the Devil’s help in securing custody of her year-old son Tony during her divorce from final husband Matt Cimber. She eventually won the case weeks before her death. Both her controlling lawyer boyfriend Sam and LaVey tried to take the credit. It was their battle for her devotion which is said to have led to the deadly curse. ‘I could deal with Charles Manson more rationally’ LaVey’s oldest daughter Karla, 65, once said: “Jayne wanted to get rid of (Sam) Brody, but he wouldn’t leave. “He was touching certain implements in my father’s ritual chamber and he lit a candle in the shape of a skull, and my father said no one is supposed to do that. It’s a curse.” Curse or not, Sam’s luck ran out on the night of June 29, 1967. He was killed along with Jayne and driver Ronnie when their Buick crashed. The impact ripped the top of the car off, killing Jayne instantly. It has long been rumoured that she was decapitated, but cause of death was given as massive brain trauma. Three of Jayne’s children, Zoltan, six, Mickey Jnr, eight, and three-year-old Mariska — who went on to become a successful US actress — were sleeping in the back of the car and survived. Artist Zeena, who used to practise magic and is now a Buddhist, claims it was beyond her father’s powers to cause the crash. She said: “His curses were fits of anger. This needed a focused ritual.” But she is in no doubt LaVey was a man you would not want to cross. Zeena, who also knew serial killer Charles Manson, said: “I could deal with Manson in a more rational way than I could with my father.” The film dwells on LaVey’s kooky TV persona, yet Zeena describes a “brutal” man who almost killed her mother Diane Hegarty more than once. LaVey died in 1997 aged 67, but still has followers across the globe. His book The Satanic Bible is taken seriously by occultists. His fame was achieved on the back of his association with Jayne. But while she remains a beloved screen goddess, referenced in movies such as Pulp Fiction, Zeena warns it is wrong to treat LaVey as a piece of pop culture, too. She says: “It is damaging to present my father as a playful, benign figure, because his philosophy continues to negatively affect people’s lives.” l Mansfield 66/67 (15) will be in cinemas from Friday. 30 ............... Tuesday, May 8, 2018 1GM tvguide Tuesday 6am Breakfast (S,HD) 9.15 Rip Off Britain: Food (R,S,HD) 10.00 Homes Under The Hammer Featuring properties in Cheshire, Lanarkshire, and Norfolk. (S,HD) 11.00 A1: Britain’s Longest Road Police have to clear a road after a bin lorry overturns. (S,HD) 11.45 The Housing Enforcers (R,S,HD) 12.15 Bargain Hunt (R,S,HD) 1.00 BBC News At One (S,HD) 1.30 Regional News (S) 1.45 Doctors Rob visits a schizophrenic woman who has a strange obsession with eggs. (S,HD) 2.15 800 Words George tries to warn everyone not to get too involved in his brother’s schemes. (S,HD) 3.00 Escape To The Country Ginny Buckley helps a couple hoping to move to Lincolnshire. (S,HD) 3.45 Flipping Profit Charles Hanson, Melissa Downhill and Anthony Devine look for bargains in Kendal. (S,HD) 4.30 Flog It! Previously unseen finds from the show’s travels. (R,S,HD) 5.15 Pointless Quiz show hosted by Alexander Armstrong. (S,HD) 6.00 BBC News At Six (S,HD) 6.30 Regional News (S) 6am Flog It! Trade Secrets (R,S,HD) 6.30 A1: Britain’s Longest Road Documentary. (R,S,HD) 7.15 Flipping Profit (R,S,HD) 8.00 Sign Zone: Top Of The Shop With Tom Kerridge (R,S,SL) 9.00 Victoria Derbyshire (S,HD) 11.00 BBC Newsroom Live (S,HD) 11.30 The Week In Parliament (S,HD) 12.00 Daily Politics (S,HD) 1.00 The Super League Show (S) 1.45 Home Away From Home Property swap. (R,S,HD) 2.30 Going Back, Giving Back With Aled Jones. (R,S,HD) 3.15 Digging For Britain Alice Roberts and Matt Williams visit archaeological digs across the country. (R,S,HD) 4.15 Tudor Monastery Farm Running a farm as it would have been done in 1500. (R,S,HD) 5.15 Money For Nothing A collection of 1980s dining room chairs are among the items being revamped. (R,S,HD) 6.00 Eggheads Quiz show hosted by Jeremy Vine. (R,S,HD) 6.30 Great British Railway Journeys Michael Portillo travels from Greenock to Larkhall. (R,S,HD) 6am Good Morning Britain (S,HD) 8.30 Lorraine Entertainment and fashion news. (S,HD) 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show The host invites guests to air their differences over family and relationship issues. (S,HD) 10.30 This Morning Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby present chat and lifestyle features. (S,HD) 12.30 Loose Women More celebrity interviews and topical debate from a female perspective. (S,HD) 1.30 ITV Lunchtime News (S) 1.55 Regional News (S) 2.00 Judge Rinder Real-life cases in a studio courtroom. (S,HD) 3.00 Tenable Quiz hosted by Warwick Davis. The Staff Roomies, five teachers from Birmingham, answer questions about top 10 lists, then tries to score a perfect 10 in the final round. (S,HD) Followed by Local Weather 4.00 Tipping Point Ben Shephard hosts the arcade-themed quiz show. (S,HD) 5.00 The Chase Quiz show hosted by Bradley Walsh. (S,HD) 6.00 Regional News (S) 6.30 ITV Evening News (S) 6am Countdown (R,S,HD) 6.45 3rd Rock From The Sun (R,S) 7.35 Everybody Loves Raymond Two episodes. (R,S) 8.30 Frasier Triple bill. (R,S) 10.05 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA In Boston. (R,S) 11.00 Undercover Boss USA (R,S,HD) 12.00 C4 News Summary (S,HD) 12.05 Coast Vs Country (R,S,HD) 1.05 Posh Pawnbrokers Dan takes his sister to test drive a monster truck. (R,S,HD) 2.10 Countdown (S,HD) 3.00 A Place In The Sun: Summer Sun Two London barristers seek a holiday home on the Spanish Costa Del Sol. (R,S,HD) 4.00 The £100k Drop Two friends from Ireland compete. (S,HD) 5.00 Four In A Bed The second visit is to Duxford Lodge in Cambridgeshire. (R,S,HD) 5.30 Buy It Now Featuring an invention so small it can be hidden behind a human ear. (S,HD) 6.00 The Simpsons Homer wakes up to find he and the world around him are made of Lego. (R,S,HD) 6.30 Hollyoaks An education welfare officer confronts Misbah. (R,S,HD) 6am Milkshake! 9.15 The Wright Stuff Talking about the issues of the day. (S,HD) 11.15 Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It Away! Two agents must deal with a negligent tenant. (R,S,HD) Followed by 5 News Lunchtime 12.15 GPs: Behind Closed Doors A man is encouraged to cut back on the 60-hour weeks he regularly works. (R,S,HD) 1.10 Access Showbiz news. (S,HD) 1.15 Home And Away (S,HD) 1.45 Neighbours (S,HD) 2.15 The Yorkshire Vet Casebook Favourite stories and unseen footage from the series. (R,S,HD) 3.15 PREMIERE Snatched At Birth A woman develops an obsession with having a child. When her friend gives birth, and then dies in an accident, the newborn goes missing. Thriller starring Kaitlyn Black. (2017) ✪✪✪ (S,HD) 5.00 5 News At 5 (R,S,HD) 5.30 Neighbours Elly breaks things off with Liam. (R,S,HD) 6.00 Home And Away Ash is served with a summons to testify as a witness. (R,S,HD) 6.30 5 News Tonight (S,HD) That’s no place to sleep 9pm Nathan and Christie clash over a divorce case involving fertility law in The Split 7pm Kate Humble meets two seaweed farmers in Cornwall in Back To The Land 7pm DI Mark Bails backs a struggling Charity into a corner in Emmerdale 9pm Tension simmers between Romario and Markus following a night out in Genderquake 8pm Julian Norton visits a trekking llama with a painful problem in The Yorkshire Vet 7.00 The One Show Live chat and topical reports presented by Matt Baker and Alex Jones. (S,HD) 7.30 EastEnders A suspicious car is spotted in the Square, leaving some residents feeling anxious. Meanwhile, cracks begin to show in Max and Rainie’s façade, and Billy gives Honey an ultimatum. (S,HD) Followed by BBC News 8.00 Holby City (19/52) As the pressure builds from all sides, Gaskell takes a huge risk to save his trial, and an unwelcome discovery threatens Dom’s career. (S,HD) 9.00 The Split (3/6) Hannah is caught in the middle when Nathan and Christie clash on a highly charged divorce case involving fertility law and the ownership of frozen embryos. Meanwhile, Ruth continues to evade questions regarding Oscar’s return and the concern over Defoe’s finances. (S,HD) 10.00 BBC News At Ten (S,HD) 10.30 Regional News (S) 10.45 Back To School With Mum And Dad Documentary filmed over one term following three children and their families at the Family School. Here they give excluded children a second chance, and ask parents to come to school with their kids in the hope it will improve behaviour. (S,HD) 11.40 Prince Harry & Meghan Markle: The Engagement Interview Another chance to see the couple in conversation with Mishal Husain at Kensington Palace on the day their engagement was announced, sharing details of how their romance began. (S,HD) Followed by Weather For The Week Ahead 12.05 -6am BBC News (S,HD) 7.00 Back To The Land With Kate Humble (1/12) Return of the show in which the presenter champions the UK’s most inspirational rural entrepreneurs, beginning with two seaweed farmers in Cornwall. After a tough first few years living in caravans, Kate meets them at their most crucial point of expansion – they are about to move to a new premises, are embarking on cultivating their own seaweed for the first time, and Caro is pregnant with her second child. (S,HD) 8.00 Top Of The Shop With Tom Kerridge (7/8) Producers making baked goods fight it out for a place in the final, including a youth worker from London who makes freefrom chocolate brownies. (S,HD) 9.00 Secret Agent Selection: WW2 (5/5) Eight of the original 14 students have fallen by the wayside, leaving just six survivors to undertake the Special Operations Executive’s Final Scheme. (S,HD) 10.00 Later Live: With Jools Holland (1/6) Return of the live music programme, featuring performances by Snow Patrol, Shame, Tower Of Power, Jade Bird, Bettye Lavette and Plan B. (S,HD) 10.30 Newsnight Presented by Kirsty Wark. (S,HD) Followed by Weather 11.15 Love In The Countryside (1/6) Sara Cox goes back to her farming roots as she meets eight singletons living in the countryside as they begin their journey to find love. (R,S,HD) 12.15 Sign Zone: Stephen – The Murder That Changed A Nation Documentary. (R,S,SL) 1.15-2.15am Secret Agent Selection: WW2 (R,S,SL) 7.00 Emmerdale Charity tries to move on, Noah holds a secret and Laurel does her best to stay strong. (S,HD) 7.30 Devon And Cornwall Cops (3/4) Prince William visits one of the region’s fishing ports, while officers are on the tail of a suspected drug dealer at one of Cornwall’s biggest days out by the sea as people arrive for festival season. (R,S,HD) 8.00 This Time Next Year (5/6) Davina McCall meets an 11-year-old meningitis survivor hoping to finally have hands, and a young couple with fertility complications who dream of starting a family. (S,HD) 9.00 Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? (4/7) Jeremy Clarkson hosts the revived quiz as six new contestants try their luck at Fastest Finger to win a chance to sit in the hot seat. (S,HD) 10.00 ITV News At Ten (S) 10.30 Regional News (S) 10.45 Heathrow: Britain’s Busiest Airport (1/6) Passenger experience manager Demi deals with some disgruntled passengers, and check-in attendants CarrieAnne and Selina tackle broken baggage belts. (R,S,HD) 11.15 Prince Harry’s Story: Four Royal Weddings Documentary charting Prince Harry’s journey, from a childhood touched by grief through active service as a soldier and his charity work to his upcoming wedding. (R,S,HD) 12.10 The Durrells Larry falls in love with a contortionist. (R,S,HD) 1.00 Jackpot247 3.00 Loose Women (R,HD) 3.45 Nightscreen (HD) 5.05-6am The Jeremy Kyle Show (R,S,SL,HD) 7.00 C4 News (S,HD) 7.00 MotoGP Highlights 8.00 The Secret Life Of 5 Year Olds (4/19) The Spanish Grand Prix. (1/2) The documentary examines Action from the fourth round of the season, which took place at how children learn the difference between right and wrong, as a Circuito De Jerez in Andalusia. Followed by 5 News Update new class has to decide whether it is ever okay to cheat and what 8.00 The Yorkshire Vet (4/8) Julian Norton is called out to do when one of the group to Gus, a much-loved trekking makes a big confession. Dr Elizabeth Kilbey and educational llama, who has an excruciatingly painful problem. The vet’s beloved neuroscientist Professor Paul Jack Russell, Emmie, gets into a Howard-Jones offer their expert skirmish, and Julian is forced to insight into how the children treat his beloved companion. respond. (S,HD) Meanwhile, the team also tries to 9.00 Genderquake save an orphaned kitten. (S,HD) (2/2) As the exploration of genderFollowed by 5 News Update fluidity in the UK continues, a 9.00 British Airways: feud simmers between Markus 100 Years In The Sky and gender-traditionalist Romario after a boozed up night that went (2/2) Documentary charting the airline from its birth in 1974 to too far. Meanwhile, Cambell, the end of Concorde, and its more Brooke and Charlie escape the turbulent recent years, including tension with an emotional return problems with Heathrow’s stateto Brooke’s old school. (S,HD) of-the-art baggage system at 10.00 Genderquake: The Debate Terminal 5. (S,HD) A panel of guests discusses what 10.00 Our Secret World: Circus Kids gender means in 2018. Issues (1/3) Documentary following the include, ‘Should it be easier to lives of children performing in change gender, and ‘Does gender circuses, offering an honest matter anyway?’. (S,HD) insight into their closely 11.00 Flight HS13 guarded world. (R,S,HD) (3/10) Alex, who has stopped 11.05 Our Secret World: Gypsy Kids taking her medication, tells Liv (1/7) Tensions are running high that Simon had an affair with a for nine-year-old Margaret and woman from Iran in the past. Liv her cousins in Birmingham as is angry with Haje, but keeps they are being evicted by bailiffs searching for clues to Simon’s every seven days. (R,S,HD) disappearance. In Dutch. (HD) 12.00 First Dates Reiki healer Jayne is 12.05 Celeb Trolls: We’re Coming To Get You The team targets a set up on a date with 44-year-old troll who sent aggressive children’s entertainer Stuart. messages to reality star Zahida (R,S,HD) 1.00 One Born Every Allen. (R,S,HD) 1.00 SuperCasino Minute (R,S,HD) 1.55 Our Wildest (HD) 3.10 GPs: Behind Closed Dreams (R,S,HD) 2.50 The Doors (R,S,HD) 4.00 Tribal Channel: The World’s Busiest Teens: Here Comes Trouble Waterway (R,S,HD) 3.45 Gok’s (R,S,SL,HD) 4.45 House Doctor Fill Your House For Free (R,S,HD) (R,S,SL) 5.10 Wildlife SOS. 4.40 Steph And Dom’s One Star Documentary. (R,S,SL) 5.35-6am To Five Star (R,S,HD) 5.10-6am Nick’s Quest (R,S,SL) Fifteen To One (R,S,HD) FILMS ✪✪✪✪✪ Brilliant ✪✪✪✪ Very Good ✪✪✪ Good ✪✪ Not Bad ✪ Poor (R) Repeat (S) Subtitles (SL) Sign Language (HD) High Deﬁnition 1GM SKY SPORTS MAIN EVENT 6am Animal 999 Double bill. (R,S,HD) 7.00 Meerkat Manor (R,S,HD) 8.00 Monkey Life Double bill. (R,S) 9.00 Motorway Patrol (R,S) 10.00 Road Wars Police chase a drink-driver in Devon. (R,S,HD) 11.00 Warehouse 13 Paracelsus turns the Warehouse into a house of horrors. (R,S,HD) 12.00 NCIS: Los Angeles Sam goes undercover at a private security firm. (R,S,HD) 1.00 Hawaii Five-0 Double bill. A computer hacker looks to sell secrets. Then, the remains of a secret service agent turn up in a barrel, heralding a deadly plot to kill the US president. (R,S,HD) 3.00 NCIS: Los Angeles One of the agents is held in an unknown location and tortured by the mole. (R,S,HD) 4.00 Stargate SG-1 Carter must keep her life at Stargate Command under wraps when she begins a relationship with a detective. (R,S) 5.00 The Simpsons Marge is reunited with three old friends. (R,S,HD) 5.30 Futurama Double bill. The gang’s dreams come true. Then, Bender falls victim to a curse. (R,S) 6am Good Morning Sports Fans Bitesize 7.00 Good Morning Sports Fans 10.00 PL Daily 11.00 LIVE ATP Masters Tennis. The Mutua Madrid Open. 3.00 LIVE Indian Premier League. Rajasthan Royals v Kings XI Punjab. 7.30 LIVE Premier League. Swansea City v Southampton. Kickoff at 7.45. 10.15 The Debate 11.15 PL Highlights 11.45 PL Greatest Games 12.00 Sky Sports News 1.00 LIVE WWE Late Night Smackdown 3.00-6am Sky Sports News SKY SPORTS PREMIER LEAGUE 6am PL Highlights 7.00 PL Review 8.00 The Debate 9.00 PL Highlights 10.00 PL Daily 11.00 The Debate 12.00 PL Highlights 1.30 Premier League 100 Club 2.00 PL Best Goals 93/94 3.00 PL Review 4.00 Premier League 100 Club 4.30 PL Highlights 6.00 PL Review 7.00 Premier League 100 Club 7.30 LIVE Premier League. Swansea City v Southampton. Kick-off at 7.45. 10.15 The Debate 11.15 PL Highlights 11.45 PL Greatest Games 12.00 PL Review 12.30 PL Highlights 1.00 The Debate 2.00 PL Highlights 2.30 Best PL Goals: Manchester Derby 3.00 The Debate 4.00 PL Highlights 4.30 Best PL Goals: Manchester Derby 5.00-6am PL Legends SKY SPORTS FOOTBALL Tuesday, May 8, 2018 ............... TONIGHT’S PICKS The Split BBC1, 9pm The Secret Life Of Five-Year-Olds, C4, 8pm IT’S not just Goldie who makes a heartbreaking discovery, as Oscar has a sad revelation for Hannah. Nicola Walker gives a powerful performance. Back To The Land with Kate Humble, BBC2, 7pm A NEW class learns the difference between right and wrong, with one pupil thinking Donald Trump is the naughtiest person in the world. Top Of The Shop With Tom Kerridge, BBC2, 8pm IN the first of a new series we meet rural entrepreneurs from the owners of The Cornish Seaweed Company to duck farmers and highend flower growers. AS the bakers reach the final heat, lucky locals get to sample gluten-free brownies, pretzels and Japanese bread ahead of tomorrow night’s final. FREE with un Severy THE Saturday 6am EFL Greatest Games 6.30 SPFL Greatest Games 7.00 Football Years 7.30 Football Countdowns 8.00 Football’s Greatest Players 8.30 Football’s Greatest Teams 9.00 Revista De La Liga 9.30 Eredivisie Round-Up 10.30 La Liga Greatest Games 11.00 One2Eleven: Joe Cole 11.15 One2Eleven: Hector Bellerin 11.30 SPFL Greatest Games 12.00 SPFL Round-Up 12.15 SPFL Greatest Games 12.30 MLS Round-Up Show 1.00 La Liga Icons 1.30 Revista De La Liga 2.00 Eredivisie Round-Up 3.00 Football’s Greatest Players 3.30 Football’s Greatest Teams 4.00 Scottish Cup Greatest Games 4.30 La Liga Greatest Games 5.00 Revista De La Liga 5.30 Eredivisie Round-Up 6.30 EFL Rivalries: East An lian Derby 7.00 EFL Rivalries: East Midlands Derby 7.30 LIVE SPFL. Aberdeen v Rangers. Kick-off at 7.45. 10.00 SPFL Round-Up 10.15 The Debate 11.15 La Liga World 11.45 La Liga Icons 12.00 Revista De La Liga 12.30 La Liga World 1.00 One2Eleven: Ryan Giggs 1.15 One2Eleven: James Collins 1.30 SPFL Greatest Games 2.00 Revista De La Liga 2.30 La Liga World 3.00 Football Years 3.30 Football Countdowns 4.00 EFL Greatest Games 4.30 SPFL Greatest Games 5.00 Football’s Greatest Players 5.30-6am Football’s Greatest Teams SKY SPORTS ACTION 8pm Barry teams up with Gypsy in an thesun.co.uk/bedsforkids attempt to thwart DeVoe’s plan in The Flash 6.30 The Simpsons (20, 21, 22/22) Triple bill. Homer discovers a talent for styling hair. Then, Lisa finds a classroom hidden beneath Springfield Elementary. Next, Ned Flanders and Mrs Krabappel embark on a whirlwind romance. (R,S,HD) 8.00 The Flash (20/23) Barry and the gang team up with Earth 19 metahuman Gypsy as they try to thwart the Thinker’s plan, while Gypsy and Cisco have a long-overdue heart to heart. (HD) 9.00 The Blacklist (19/22) Liz gets information from a surprising source in her race to uncover Red’s secrets, while her dad initiates a plan to get back the mysterious bag of bones. (HD) 10.00 The Late Late Show With James Corden: Best Of The Week Highlights of the talk show featuring celebrity interviews, music and comedy sketches. (HD) 11.00 The Force: Manchester (3/10) Documentary following the work of Greater Manchester Police, which is England’s second-largest force and is responsible for protecting 2.7 million people. (R,S,HD) 12.00 Brit Cops: Rapid Response (R,S) 1.00 Ross Kemp: Extreme World. Ross examines the rise in violent far-right vigilante groups in Mongolia. (R,S,HD) 2.00 Most Shocking (R,S) 3.00 Duck Quacks Don’t Echo (R,S,HD) 4.00 Highway Patrol (R,S) 5.00-6am It’s Me Or The Dog (R,HD) REGIONAL VARIATIONS 6am Sky Sports Boxing Gold 7.00 Sporting Triumphs 7.30 Sky Sports Boxing Gold 8.30 NFL: Greatest Games 10.00 NFL: America’s Game 11.00 Racing News 11.30 Sporting Triumphs 12.00 NFL: A Football Life 1.00 Sporting Records 2.00 Darts Gold 3.00 NFL: Greatest Games 4.30 Sportswomen 5.00 WWE Smackdown 7.00 Netball Superleague 8.00 Fight Night 10.00 WWE Late Night Raw 1.00 Super League Fulltime 1.30 Super League Gold 2.00 NFL: Greatest Games 3.30 Sky Sports Boxing Gold 4.00 Sporting Records 5.00-6am Sporting Greats SKY SPORTS ARENA 6am Sporting Greats 7.00 WWE Smackdown 8.00 Great Sporting Moments 9.00 Sporting Records 10.00 Sporting Greats 11.00 LIVE ATP Masters Tennis. The Mutua Madrid Open. Coverage of day two. 9.00 ATP Tour Classic Matches 9.30 Sportswomen 10.00 Super League Fulltime 10.30 Netball Superleague 11.30 Su er League Fulltime 12.00 More Than A Game 1.00 LIVE WWE Late Night Smackdown. Spectacular wrestling action. 3.00 Sporting Records 3.30 Super League Fulltime 4.00 Sporting Records 4.15 WWE From The Vault 4.30 Great Sporting Moments 5.30-6am Super League Fulltime BT SPORT 1 6am BT Sport Goals Reload 6.15 Premier League Reload 6.30 Game Of The Week 7.00 Premier League 8.30 Premier League Tonight 9.00 Premier League Review 10.00 Scottish Professional Football League 11.30 Scottish Professional Football League 1.00 Bundesliga 2 2.00 Premier League Review 3.00 NBA 4.30 NBA High Tops: Plays Of The Month 5.00 Serie A Show 5.30 Premier League Reload 5.45 Game Of The Week 6.15 BT Sport Goals Reload 6.30 Inspiring Disabled People Through Sport 6.45 LIVE WSL. Liverpool Ladies v Manchester City Women. Kick-off at 7.00. 9.15 MotoGP Rewind 9.30 Toyota AFL Highlights Show 10.00 UEFA Champions League Magazine 10.30 Serie A Show 11.00 Game Of The Week 11.30 30 For 30 1.00 LIVE NBA. The NBA playoffs. 3.30 NBA Reload 4.00 FIM Enduro World Championship 4.30 Formula E: Street Racers 5.00-6am Sailing World Cup BT SPORT 2 6am Red Bull Air Race Magazine 7.00 MotoGP 8.00 MotoGP Chequered Flag 9.00 WTA Tennis 11.00 LIVE WTA Tennis. Day four of the Mutua Madrid Open. 11.00 FIM Enduro World Championship 11.30 British GT Championship 12.30 BRDC Formula 3 Championship Highlights 1.30 FIM SuperEnduro World Championship 2.30 UFC Greatest Fights 3.00 UFC Greatest Fights 3.30 Gillette World Sport 4.00-6am SEC Storied BT SPORT 3 6am Serie A 12.00 FIM SuperEnduro World Championship 1.00 Aviva Premiership Rugby Highlights 3.30 Premier League Reload 3.45 Premier League Tonight 4.15 Red Bull MotoGP Rookies Cup 6.15 MotoGP Classics 9.15 BT Sport Goals Reload 9.30 Aviva Premiership Rugby Highlights 12.00 UFC: Beyond The Octagon 12.30 Fishing 1.30 Classic Premier League 3.30 Serie A Show 4.00 Ligue 1 Highlights 5.00-6am Bundesliga Highlights Show S4C 6am Cyw 12.00 Newyddion 12.05 Y Ty Cymreig 12.30 Cwymp Yr Ymerodraethau 1.30 Only Men Aloud 2.00 Newyddion 2.05 Prynhawn Da 3.00 Newyddion 3.05 Yr Ocsiwniar 3.30 Gwyllt Ar Grwydr 4.00 Awr Fawr 5.00 Stwnsh: Ffeil 5.05 Pigo Dy Drwyn 5.30 Gwboi A Twm Twm 5.45 #Fi 6.00 Newyddion 6.05 04 Wal 6.30 Rownd A Rownd 7.00 Heno 7.30 Pobol Y Cwm 8.00 Ffit Cymru 9.00 Newyddion 9.30 Y Ditectif 10.00 Wil Ac Aeron: Taith Rwmania 10.30-11.35pm Cyfrinachau’r Meirw BBC ONE WALES As main BBC ONE except: 10.40pm The Wedding Guru 11.10 Back To School With Mum And Dad 12.05am Prince Harry & Meghan Markle: The Engagement Interview 12.35-6am BBC News BBC TWO WALES As main BBC TWO except: 1.45pm First Minister’s Questions 2.35 Home Away From Home 3.20 Digging For Britain 4.20 Tudor Monastery Farm 5.20-6pm Coast ITV WALES 10.45-11.15pm Give It A Year 400,000 Children in the UK don’t have a proper bed to call their own. That’s why The Sun is working with Dreams Beds. For every bed bought in-store, they’ll donate one to the Chances for Children Beds for Kids campaign. Learn how you can help at thesun.co.uk/bedsforkids Beds for Kids 31 32 ............... Tuesday, May 8, 2018 1GM tvguide Tuesday FREEVIEW 9.25 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 10.20 The Bachelorette 12.15 Emmerdale 12.45 Coronation Street 1.45 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 2.35 The Jeremy Kyle Show 6.00 Take Me Out 7.30 You’ve Been Framed! Gold 8.00 Two And A Half Men 8.30 Superstore 9.00 FILM Hot Fuzz (2007) 11.25 Family Guy 12.25 American Dad! 1.20 Celebrity Juice 2.00 Two And A Half Men 2.30-6am Teleshopping ITV3 freeview 10 SUPERNATURAL, E4, 10pm Sam and Dean investigate when a string of people appear to be murdered by the ghosts of their dead relatives. Meanwhile, Castiel must try to convince an entity to send him back to Earth. BBC FOUR freeview 9 7pm Beyond 100 Days 7.30 Danceworks: Street To Stage 8.00 Eurovision Song Contest 2018 10.00 Extinct: A Horizon Guide To Dinosaurs 11.00 Timeshift: Penny Blacks & Twopenny Blues: How Britain Got Stuck On Stamps 12.00 Crash Test Dummies: A Smashing History 1.00 Top Of The Pops: 1983 2.05 Danceworks: Street To Stage 2.353.35am Extinct: A Horizon Guide To Dinosaurs ITV2 freeview 6 6am The Planet’s Funniest Animals 6.20 Totally Bonkers Guinness World Records 7.10 Who’s Doing The Dishes? 7.55 Emmerdale 8.25 Coronation Street 6am Classic Coronation Street 6.55 Heartbeat 8.00 The Royal 9.00 Judge Judy 10.20 A Touch Of Frost 12.30 The Royal 1.35 Heartbeat 2.40 Classic Coronation Street 3.45 On The Buses 4.55 You’re Only Young Twice 5.25 George And Mildred 6.00 Heartbeat 7.00 Murder, She Wrote 8.00 Poirot 10.00 Scott & Bailey 12.05 The Street 2.25 Nightscreen 2.30-6am Teleshopping ITV4 freeview 24 6am Tommy Cooper 6.25 The Chase 7.10 Pawn Stars 7.30 Ironside 8.30 Quincy ME 9.35 Minder 10.35 The Saint 11.35 The Avengers 12.45 Ironside 1.50 Quincy ME 2.50 Minder 3.50 The Saint 4.55 The Avengers 6.00 Cash Cowboys 7.00 Pawn Stars 8.00 River Monsters 9.00 FILM Executive Decision (1996) 11.45 FILM Swordfish (2001) 1.40 Ax Men 2.30 The Protectors 3.00-6am Teleshopping E4 freeview 28 6am Hollyoaks 7.00 Couples Come Dine With Me 8.00 How I Met Your Mother 9.00 New Girl 10.00 2 Broke Girls 11.00 Brooklyn Nine-Nine 12.00 The Goldbergs 1.00 The Big Bang Theory 2.00 How I Met Your Mother 3.00 New Girl 4.00 Brooklyn NineNine 5.00 The Goldbergs 6.00 The Big Bang Theory Satellite & Digital 7.00 Hollyoaks 7.30 Black-ish 8.00 The Big Bang Theory 9.00 Gotham 10.00 Supernatural 11.00 The Big Bang Theory 12.00 Tattoo Fixers 1.00 Gotham 2.00 Supernatural 2.45 First Dates 3.40 First Dates Abroad 4.05 2 Broke Girls 4.25 How I Met Your Mother 4.50-6am Couples Come Dine With Me MORE4 freeview 14 8.55am Food Unwrapped 9.30 A Place In The Sun: Winter Sun 11.35 Four In A Bed 2.10 Come Dine With Me 4.50 A Place In The Sun: Winter Sun 5.55 A New Life In The Sun 6.55 The Secret Life Of The Zoo 7.55 Grand Designs 9.00 My Floating Home. A Londoner decides to design and construct a stylish houseboat. 10.05 Inside Out Homes. New series. Return of the design show with architect Zac Monro. 11.05 24 Hours In A&E 12.10 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA 1.05 My Floating Home 2.10 24 Hours In A&E 3.15-3.55am 8 Out Of 10 Cats Uncut 5USA freeview 21 6am Teleshopping 9.00 Access 9.05 Catch A Contractor 9.25 Rookie Blue 10.10 Law & Order 11.10 NCIS: New Orleans 1.05 NCIS 2.00 Rookie Blue 3.00 Law & Order 5.00 FILM Drew Peterson: Untouchable. Fact-based crime drama starring Rob Lowe, Kaley Cuoco, Catherine Dent and Cara Buono. (2012) 6.50 Access 7.00 NCIS 9.00 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 10.00 Grimm 11.00 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 11.55 Rookie Blue 12.55 CSI: Miami 2.50 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 3.50 Access 4.00-6am Teleshopping 5STAR freeview 30 6am Teleshopping 8.00 Dogs Make You Laugh Out Loud 2 8.25 Dance Moms 9.10 According To Jim 10.05 8 Simple Rules 11.05 On Benefits: Breadline Brummies 12.05 Police Interceptors 1.05 Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It Away! 3.00 Neighbours 3.30 Home And Away 4.00 Will & Grace 5.00 8 Simple Rules 6.00 Neighbours 6.30 Home And Away 7.00 Police Interceptors 8.00 Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It Away! 9.00 Rich Kids Go Skint 10.00 FILM Wild Card (2015) 12.10 ASBO & Proud 1.10 Celebrity Sex Pod 2.10 Celeb Trolls: We’re Coming To Get You 3.10 When Kids Kill 4.00-6am Teleshopping PICK freeview 11 6am Border Security: America’s Front Line 7.00 Nothing To Declare UK 7.30 Caught Red Handed 9.00 Criminal Minds 10.00 Stargate Atlantis 11.00 Stargate SG-1 12.00 Cold Case 1.00 Criminal Minds 2.00 House 3.00 Border Security: Canada’s Front Line 4.00 Send In The Dogs Australia 5.00 Animal House 6.00 Relic Hunter 7.00 Stargate SG-1 8.00 Sanctuary 9.00 The Enfield Haunting. Guy calls on the services of a medium. 10.00 Slasher 11.00 Road Wars 12.00 The Force: North East 1.00 Brit Cops: Law & Disorder 2.00 Police 10/7 3.00 Most Shocking 4.00 Motorway Patrol 5.00-6am Nothing To Declare DAVE freeview 12 6am Teleshopping 7.05 James May’s Cars Of The People 8.10 American Pickers 9.00 Storage Hunters 10.00 American Pickers 1.00 QI XL 2.00 Top Gear 3.00 World’s Most Dangerous Roads 4.00 Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Challenge 5.00 Top Gear 6.00 Taskmaster 7.00 QI XL 8.00 Scrappers: Back In The Yard 9.00 Mock The Week 11.00 Taskmaster 12.00 QI 12.40 Mock The Week 2.00 QI 2.40 The Last Man On Earth 3.25 Mock The Week 4.00-6am Teleshopping REALLY freeview 17 6am The Sheriffs Are Coming 7.00 Teleshopping 8.00 Honey I Bought The House 9.00 My Dream Home 10.00 DIY SOS 11.00 Helicopter Heroes 12.00 Antiques Road Trip 1.00 Escape To The Country 2.00 My Dream Home 3.00 Helicopter Heroes 4.00 Most Haunted 5.00 Ghost Adventures 6.00 Antiques Road Trip 8.00 DIY SOS 9.00 Secret Eaters 10.00 Nurses Who Kill 11.00 I Survived Evil 12.00 Crime Stories 1.00 Born To Kill? 2.00 Teleshopping 4.00 Secret Eaters 4.50-6am Nurses Who Kill YESTERDAY freeview 19 6am Tales Of Irish Castles 7.10 Who Do You Think You Are? 8.00 Time Team 9.00 Coast 10.00 Medieval Dead 11.00 Abandoned Engineering 12.00 Time Team 1.00 Planet Earth 2.00 The Blue Planet 3.00 Coast 4.00 Medieval Dead 5.00 Abandoned Engineering 6.00 The World At War 7.00 Impossible Railways 8.00 Abandoned Engineering. New series. A fuel plant in Poland built to make Nazi Germany self-sufficient. 9.00 Open All Hours 11.00 Porridge 1.00 The World At War 2.00 Black Ops 3.00-6am Teleshopping SONY MOVIE CHANNEL freeview 32 9am FILM The Boy She Met Online (2010) 10.55 FILM Mind Games (2006) 12.50 Sony Movie News Extra 1.00 FILM Stranger Than Fiction (2006) 3.25 Sony Movie News Extra 3.35 FILM Silverado (1985) 6.15 FILM The Legend Of Zorro (2005) 9.00 FILM Ned Kelly. Adventure starring Heath Ledger. (2003) 11.20 FILM Reindeer Games (2000) 1.30 FILM The Machine (2014) 3.25 Sony Movie News Extra 3.35-6am FILM Hope Floats (1998) ENTERTAINMENT SKY ATLANTIC 6am Richard E Grant’s Hotel Secrets 7.00 The British 8.00 David Attenborough’s Conquest Of The Skies 11.00 House 1.00 Without A Trace 2.00 Blue Bloods 3.00 The West Wing 5.00 House 7.00 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 8.00 Blue Bloods 9.00 FILM The Wizard Of Lies. A feature-length account of Bernie Madoff’s Ponzi scheme, one of the biggest cases of financial fraud in US history. Drama starring Robert De Niro, Michelle Pfeiffer, Hank Azaria and Lily Rabe. (2017) 11.30 The Circus: Inside The Wildest Political Show On Earth 12.05 Westworld 1.15 West: Word 1.45 The Sopranos 3.00 High Maintenance 3.35 Happyish 4.10-6am The West Wing 12.00 Children’s Hospital 1.00 Medical Emergency 2.00 Send In The Dogs 3.00 Nothing To Declare 5.00 Border Security: Canada’s Front Line 6.00 Medical Emergency 7.00 Children’s Accident & Emergency 8.00 Elementary 9.00 Chicago Fire. After saving a girl from a car accident, Chief Boden and Lt Severide are taken aback when they receive a surprise package. 10.00 Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders. Drama about the 1996 double killing. 11.00 Criminal Minds 12.00 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 1.00 Murders That Shocked The Nation: John Christie: 10 Rillington Place 2.00 Grey’s Anatomy 3.00 Station 19 4.00 Nothing To Declare 5.00-6am Border Security: Canada’s Front Line 6am Motorway Patrol 7.00 Highway Patrol 7.30 Border Patrol 8.00 Border Security: Canada’s Front Line. Double bill. 9.00 Elementary 10.00 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. Crime drama. 11.00 Cold Case 8am Monk 9.00 Bones 11.00 The Mentalist 1.00 NCIS 3.00 Bones 5.00 The Mentalist 7.00 NCIS 9.00 Legion. David is tested time and time again. 10.00 Wolf Creek 11.10 Family Guy 12.10 American Dad! SKY LIVING FOX 1.05 Family Guy 2.00 American Dad! 3.00 Family Guy 4.00 American Dad! 5.00-8am Teleshopping GOLD 7.30am A Sharp Intake Of Breath 8.00 Goodnight Sweetheart 8.40 The Green Green Grass 9.20 Last Of The Summer Wine 11.20 You Rang, M’Lord? 12.20 Are You Being Served? 1.00 Hi-De-Hi! 1.40 Porridge 2.20 The Green Green Grass 3.00 Last Of The Summer Wine 5.00 Are You Being Served? 5.40 You Rang, M’Lord? 6.45 Dad’s Army 7.20 Hi-De-Hi! 8.00 Dad’s Army 8.40 Porridge 9.20 The Royle Family 10.40 Live At The Apollo 11.40 The Thick Of It 1.00 Live At The Apollo 2.00 Parrot Sketch Not Included: 20 Years Of Monty Python 3.25 Nurse 4.00-6am Teleshopping 4.00 The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air 5.00 Friends 8.00 The Middle 8.30 Life In Pieces 9.00 FILM Tower Heist. Crime comedy starring Ben Stiller, Eddie Murphy, Alan Alda, Téa Leoni, Casey Affleck and Matthew Broderick. (2011) 11.00 The Chris Ramsey Show 11.30 Your Face Or Mine 12.00 8 Out Of 10 Cats 12.30 Inside Amy Schumer 1.00 South Park 3.00 The Daily Show 3.25 South Park 4.15 Impractical Jokers 5.00-6am Teleshopping W 8am Scrubs 9.00 Friends 10.00 Gilmore Girls 11.00 Friends 1.00 Impractical Jokers 2.00 Friends 6.10am Doctor Who 7.00 My Dream Home 8.00 Tipping Point 10.00 The Bill 11.00 999 Rescue Squad 12.00 Tipping Point 1.00 Supernanny US 2.00 Who Do You Think You Are? 3.00 My Dream Home 5.00 Tipping Point 7.00 My Dream Home 8.00 999 Rescue Squad 9.00 Who Do You Think You Are? USA 10.00 One Born Every Minute 11.00 999 Rescue Squad 12.00 John Bishop’s Australia 1.00 Code Black 1.50 Celebrity MasterChef 3.00-6.10am Teleshopping 9.15 Troy (15, 2004) Adventure. ★★★ 12.00 Ocean’s Eleven (12, 2001) ★★★★ 2.00 Snatched (15, 2017) Comedy. ★★★ 3.35 Norbit (12, 2007) Comedy. ★ 5.20 Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie (15, 2016) Comedy starring Jennifer Saunders. ★★★ 7.00 Ocean’s Eleven (12, 2001) ★★★★ 9.00 Snatched (15, 2017) Comedy. ★★★ 10.35 Flightplan (12, 2005) Thriller. ★★★ 12.25 A Cure For Wellness (18, 2016) ★★★ 3.00 Miles (15, 2016) Comedy drama. ★★★★ 4.40-6.20am Blinky Bill: The Movie (PG, 2015) Animated adventure. ★★★ 2.40 The Emperor’s New Groove (U, 2001) Animated comedy. ★★★★ 4.10 101 Dalmatians (U, 1996) Comedy. ★★★ 6.00 Zootropolis (PG, 2016) Animation. ★★★★ 8.00 Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest (12, 2006) Swashbuckling adventure sequel starring Johnny Depp and Orlando Bloom. ★★★ 10.35 Remember The Titans (PG, 2000) ★★★ 12.35 Return To Oz (PG, 1985) Fantasy. ★★★ 2.35 Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest (12, 2006) Fantasy. ★★★ 5.15-6.45am The Emperor’s New Groove (U, 2001) Animation comedy. ★★★★ 6am X-Men Origins: Wolverine (12, 2009) ★★ 7.50 Batman (U, 1966) Comedy. ★★★★ 9.40 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out Of The Shadows (12, 2016) Adventure. ★★ 11.40 Doctor Strange (12, 2016) ★★★★ 1.40 Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen (12, 2009) Sci-fi adventure sequel. ★★ 4.10 X-Men Origins: Wolverine (12, 2009) Superhero adventure prequel. ★★ 6.00 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out Of The Shadows (12, 2016) Adventure. ★★ 8.00 Doctor Strange (12, 2016) Fantasy. ★★★★ 10.00 Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen (12, 2009) Sci-fi adventure sequel starring Shia LaBeouf, Josh Duhamel and Megan Fox. ★★ 12.35 Punisher: War Zone (18, 2008) ★★ 2.30 Underworld: Blood Wars (15, 2016) ★★★ 4.10-6am Batman (U, 1966) Comedy. ★★★★ 7am GI Blues (U, 1960) Musical. ★★★ 8.50 The Great Escape (PG, 1963) ★★★★★ 11.45 Hell Is For Heroes (12, 1962) ★★★ 1.20 The Longest Day (PG, 1962) ★★★★ 4.20 The Guns Of Navarone (PG, 1961) ★★★★ 7.00 The Great Escape (PG, 1963) Second World War drama starring Steve McQueen. ★★★★★ 10.00 Hell Is For Heroes (12, 1962) ★★★ 11.35 The Guns Of Navarone (PG, 1961) ★★★★ 2.15 The Longest Day (PG, 1962) ★★★★ 5.15-7.05am GI Blues (U, 1960) Musical. ★★★ COMEDY CENTRAL UNIVERSAL TV 6am Teleshopping 8.00 Sea Patrol 10.00 Law & Order 2.00 NCIS 8.00 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 9.00 The Resident 10.00 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 2.00 Numb3rs 5.00-6am Teleshopping DISCOVERY 6am How It’s Made 7.00 Fast N’ Loud Revved Up 8.00 Overhaulin’ 9.00 Wheeler Dealers 10.00 Secrets Of The Underground 11.00 America: Facts Vs Fiction 12.00 World War II In Colour 1.00 NASA’s Unexplained Files 2.00 Alaska: The Last Frontier 3.00 Yukon Men 4.00 Deadliest Catch 5.00 Gold Rush 6.00 Wheeler Dealers 7.00 Gold Rush: Parker’s Trail 8.00 Deadliest Catch: The Bait – Live From The Shipyard 9.00 Deadliest Catch 10.00 Gold Divers 11.00 Fast N’ Loud 12.00 Deadliest Catch 1.00 Fast N’ Loud Revved Up 2.00 Overhaulin’ 3.00 Gold Divers 3.50 Deadliest Catch 4.40 Wheeler Dealers 5.30-6am How It’s Made MOVIES SKY CINEMA PREMIERE 6am Happy Birthday, Toby Simpson (15, 2017) Comedy drama. ★★★★ 7.35 Diary Of A Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul (U, 2017) Comedy sequel. ★★ 9.15 Everything, Everything (12, 2017) ★★★ 10.55 Girl Flu (15, 2016) Comedy starring Katee Sackhoff, Jade Pettyjohn and Jeremy Sisto. ★★★★ 12.40 Dunkirk (12, 2017) Drama. ★★★★★ 2.30 My Cousin Rachel (12, 2017) Mystery. ★★★ 4.20 Diary Of A Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul (U, 2017) Comedy sequel starring Jason Drucker. ★★ 6.10 Everything, Everything (12, 2017) Romantic drama starring Amandla Stenberg. ★★★ 8.00 Dunkirk (12, 2017) Drama starring Kenneth Branagh, Tom Hardy and Mark Rylance. ★★★★★ 9.50 Girl Flu (15, 2016) Comedy. ★★★★ 11.30 My Cousin Rachel (12, 2017) ★★★ 1.20 Brawl In Cell Block 99 (18, 2017) ★★★★ 3.35 Austin Found (15, 2017) Comedy. ★★★ 5.30-6am Rampage: Special SKY CINEMA COMEDY 7.15am Get A Job (15, 2016) Comedy. ★★★ 8.45 Pretty In Pink (15, 1986) Drama. ★★★ 10.30 Look Who’s Talking Too (PG, 1990) ★★ 12.00 The Longest Yard (12, 2005) ★★★ 2.00 Bridget Jones’s Baby (15, 2016) ★★★★ 4.10 White Chicks (15, 2004) Comedy. ★ 6.10 Big (12, 1988) Comedy. ★★★★ 8.00 The Longest Yard (12, 2005) Comedy. ★★★ 10.00 Bridget Jones’s Baby (15, 2016) ★★★★ 12.10 White Chicks (15, 2004) Comedy. ★ 2.10 The Benchwarmers (12, 2006) Comedy. ★★ 3.45 Happy Gilmore (12, 1996) Comedy. ★★★ 5.25-7am Police Academy 7: Mission To Moscow (PG, 1994) Comedy. ★ SKY CINEMA ACTION 6am The Hunter’s Prayer (15, 2017) ★★★ 7.40 Robin Hood (12, 2010) Adventure. ★★★ 10.05 Saving Private Ryan (15, 1998) ★★★★★ 1.00 Operation Chromite (15, 2016) ★★★ RADIO RADIO 1 97.6-99.8FM bbc.co.uk/radio1 6.30am The Breakfast Show With Nick Grimshaw 10.00 Clara Amfo 12.45 Newsbeat 1.00 The Matt Edmondson Show 4.00 Greg James 5.45 Newsbeat 6.00 Greg James 7.00 Dan From Bastille And Grimmy 9.00 The 8th With Charlie Sloth 11.00 Huw Stephens 1.00 Annie Nightingale 3.00 Movies That Made Me: Gary Oldman And Steven Speilberg 4.00-6.30am Early Breakfast Show RADIO 2 88-91FM bbc.co.uk/radio2 6.30am Chris Evans 9.30 Ken Bruce 12.00 Jeremy Vine 2.00 Steve Wright In The Afternoon 5.00 Amol Rajan 7.00 Jamie Cullum 8.00 Ana Matronic 10.00 Kylie Minogue From A To Z 11.00 Nigel Ogden: The Organist Entertains 3.00 Battle For Moscow (12, 2016) ★★★★ 5.05 Saving Private Ryan (15, 1998) ★★★★★ 8.00 Robin Hood (12, 2010) Adventure. ★★★ 10.30 Species (18, 1995) Sci-fi thriller. ★★★ 12.30 12 Rounds (15, 2009) Thriller. ★★ 2.25 Cyborg (18, 1989) Sci-fi thriller. ★★ 3.55 The Hunter’s Prayer (15, 2017) ★★★ 5.30-6am Ready Player One: Special SKY CINEMA FAMILY 6.45am Babe: Pig In The City (U, 1998) ★★★ 8.30 Smurfs: The Lost Village (U, 2017) Animated adventure with the voice of Demi Lovato. ★★★ 10.05 The Haunted Mansion (PG, 2003) ★★ 11.40 The Secret Of Moonacre (U, 2008) ★★★ 1.30 Gulliver’s Travels (PG, 2010) Comedy. ★★ 3.05 Charlotte’s Web (U, 2006) Drama. ★★★ 4.50 Smurfs: The Lost Village (U, 2017) ★★★ 6.25 The Haunted Mansion (PG, 2003) ★★ 8.00 Gulliver’s Travels (PG, 2010) Comedy. ★★ 9.35 Pele: Birth Of A Legend (PG, 2016) ★★★★ 11.25 Paulie (U, 1998) Adventure. ★★★ 1.05 Charlotte’s Web (U, 2006) Drama. ★★★ 2.50 Winter Wedding (PG, 2017) ★★★★ 4.30-6.10am Top Cat Begins (U, 2015) ★★ SKY CINEMA DRAMA 7am Away (15, 2016) Drama. ★★★★ 9.00 Julie & Julia (12, 2009) Drama. ★★★★ 11.10 Australia (12, 2008) Adventure. ★★★ 2.00 The Beguiled (15, 2017) ★★★★ 3.40 Awakenings (12, 1990) Drama. ★★★★ 5.45 The Verdict (15, 1982) Drama. ★★★ 8.00 The Beguiled (15, 2017) Period drama starring Colin Farrell and Nicole Kidman. ★★★★ 9.45 American Honey (15, 2016) Drama. ★★★★ 12.30 In Dubious Battle (15, 2016) ★★★★ 2.30 Frost/Nixon (15, 2008) Drama. ★★★★ 4.35-6.35am Sabrina (U, 1954) ★★★★★ SKY CINEMA HITS 6am Blinky Bill: The Movie (PG, 2015) ★★★ 7.30 Norbit (12, 2007) Comedy. ★ 11.30 Listen To The Band. Frank Renton playing his alltime farewell favourite recordings, as the show draws to a close. Last in the series. 12.00 Sounds Of The 80s (R) 2.00 Radio 2’s Folk Playlist. Presented by Mark Radcliffe. 3.00 Radio 2 Playlist: 90s Hits 4.00 Radio 2 Playlist: Wednesday Workout 5.00-6.30am Vanessa Feltz RADIO 3 90.2-92.4FM bbc.co.uk/radio3 6.30am Breakfast 9.00 Essential Classics 12.00 Composer Of The Week: Boulanger 1.00 News 1.02 Lunchtime Concert (R) 2.00 Afternoon Concert 5.00 In Tune 7.00 In Tune Mixtape 7.30 Radio 3 In Concert 10.00 Free Thinking 10.45 The Essay: The Migrants 11.00 Late Junction 12.30-6.30am Through The Night SKY CINEMA SUPERHEROES SKY CINEMA DISNEY 6.45am Winnie The Pooh: Springtime With Roo (U, 2004) Animation. ★★ 7.55 101 Dalmatians (U, 1996) Comedy. ★★★ 9.40 Fantasia 2000 (U, 2000) Fantasy. ★★★★ 11.00 Zootropolis (PG, 2016) Animation. ★★★★ 1.00 Atlantis: The Lost Empire (U, 2001) Animated adventure featuring the voices of Michael J Fox and James Garner. ★★★★ RADIO 4 92.4-94.6FM bbc.co.uk/radio4 6am Today 9.00 The Life Scientific 9.30 One To One 9.45 Book Of The Week 9.45 LW: Daily Service 10.00 Woman’s Hour 11.00 Is Eating Plants Wrong? 11.30 Instrument Makers 12.00 News; LW: Shipping Forecast 12.04 Four Thought (R) 12.15 Call You And Yours 12.57 Weather 1.00 The World At One 1.45 The Assassination 2.00 The Archers (R) 2.15 Drama 3.00 The Kitchen Cabinet (R) 3.30 Costing The Earth 4.00 Word Of Mouth 4.30 Great Lives 5.00 PM; LW: Shipping Forecast 5.57 Weather 6.00 News 6.30 Thanks A Lot, Milton Jones! 7.00 The Archers 7.15 Front Row 7.45 Love Henry James: The Wings Of The Dove 8.00 The Art Of Money SKY CINEMA CLASSICS SKY CINEMA SCI-FI/HORROR 6am Eat Locals (15, 2017) Horror. ★★★ 7.45 The Top Ten Show 2018 8.00 X-Men: Apocalypse (12, 2016) ★★★★ 10.30 Wonder Woman (12, 2017) ★★★★ 1.00 The Girl With All The Gifts (15, 2016) ★★★ 3.00 Gothika (15, 2003) Horror. ★★ 4.45 Eat Locals (15, 2017) Horror. ★★★ 6.30 X-Men: Apocalypse (12, 2016) Sci-fi adventure starring James McAvoy. ★★★★ 9.00 Wonder Woman (12, 2017) Fantasy adventure starring Gal Gadot and Chris Pine. ★★★★ 11.30 The Girl With All The Gifts (15, 2016) ★★★ 1.25 Gothika (15, 2003) Horror. ★★ 3.10 The Sixth Sense (15, 1999) ★★★★★ 5.00-6am Sky Cinema Preview SKY CINEMA THRILLER 6.20am Delinquent (15, 2016) ★★★★ 8.00 Phone Booth (15, 2002) Thriller. ★★★ 9.25 Live By Night (15, 2016) Drama. ★★★ 11.35 Body Of Lies (15, 2008) ★★★★ 1.45 What Lies Beneath (15, 2000) Thriller. ★★★ 3.55 Drone (15, 2017) Thriller. ★★★ 5.30 Baby Driver (15, 2017) Action thriller starring Ansel Elgort and Kevin Spacey. ★★★★★ 7.25 Vantage Point (12, 2008) Thriller starring Dennis Quaid and Forest Whitaker. ★★ 9.00 Safe House (15, 2012) Thriller with Denzel Washington and Ryan Reynolds. ★★★ 11.00 Shaft (18, 2000) Thriller. ★★★★ 12.55 ID2: Shadwell Army (18, 2016) Crime thriller sequel starring Simon Rivers. ★★★ 2.40 We Still Steal The Old Way (18, 2017) ★★★ 4.30-6.15am Deep Family Secrets (PG, 1997) ★★ FILM4 freeview 15 11am The Black Knight (U, 1954) ★★★ 12.45 We’re No Angels (PG, 1955) Comedy. ★★ 2.55 Three Faces West (U, 1940) Adventure. ★★ 4.30 The War Wagon (U, 1967) Western. ★★★ 6.35 Iron Man 2 (12, 2010) Adventure. ★★★ 9.00 Captain America: The First Avenger (12, 2011) Superhero adventure starring Chris Evans, Hugo Weaving and Hayley Atwell. ★★★★ 11.25 Killing Them Softly (18, 2012) Crime thriller starring Brad Pitt and James Gandolfini. ★★★ 1.15-3.55am Nostalgia (15, 1983) ★★★★ TCM 4.25pm Fort Worth (PG, 1951) Western. ★★ 6.05 Clear And Present Danger (12, 1994) ★★★ 9.00 GoodFellas (18, 1990) ★★★★★ 11.55 Letters From Iwo Jima (15, 2006) Wartime drama starring Ken Watanabe. ★★★★★ 2.55 Conspiracy Theory With Jesse Ventura 4.50 Off Set Interview with Ben Miller. 5.00 Hollywood’s Best Film Directors 3.50 Hollywood’s Best Film Directors 5.30-7.05am Springfield Rifle (U, 1952) ★★★ VIRGIN RADIO DAB virginradio.co.uk 8.40 In Touch 9.00 All In The Mind 9.30 The Life Scientific (R) 10.00 The World Tonight 10.45 Book At Bedtime: The Valley At The Centre Of The World 11.00 Talking To Strangers (R) 11.30 Today In Parliament 12.00 News And Weather 12.30 Book Of The Week (R) 12.48 Shipping Forecast 1.00 As BBC World Service 5.20 Shipping Forecast 5.30 News Briefing; Prayer For The Day 5.45 Farming Today 5.58-6am Tweet Of The Day (R) 6am The Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast 10.00 Jim White 1.00 Hawksbee And Jacobs 4.00 Adrian Durham And Darren Gough 7.00 Kick-off 10pm-1am Sports Bar 6am 5 Live Breakfast 10.00 The Emma Barnett Show With Anna Foster 1.00 Afternoon Edition 4.00 5 Live Drive 7.00 5 Live Sport 10.30 Phil Williams 1.00 Up All Night 5.00 Morning Reports 5.15-6am Wake Up To Money 6.30am Julia Hartley-Brewer 10.00 Mike Graham 1.00 Jamie East 4.00 Eamonn Holmes 7.00 James Whale Feat Ash 10.00 The Late Night Alternative With Iain Lee 1.00 Paul Ross 5.00-6.30am James Max RADIO 5 909MW bbc.co.uk/fivelive 10am Eddy Temple-Morris 1.00 Kate Lawler 4.00 Matt Richardson 7.00 Evening Show 11pm-6am Overnight TALKSPORT 1053, 1089MW talksport.com TALKRADIO DAB talkradio.co.uk ............... must watch WHAT? Secret Agent Selection: WW2, BBC2, 9pm. WHY? Final episode revealing who triumphs in this trial to find people capable of taking on the role of secret agents in World War Two. Email: email@example.com Twitter: @AndyBizarre My team: Hannah Hope, Rod McPhee, Benjy Potter and Joe Kasper l TEARS AND TRAGIC END FOR AIDAN K-RAZY . . . Kurupt FM crew PIRATES PLAN TO SET SAIL CULT BBC comedy People Just Do Nothing is yet to air its fifth and final series later this year, but its creators are already planning to make a movie about the pirate radio Kurupt FM crew. And there’s a twist – as the producers of the mockumentary series plan to take the show to America. Makers Roughcut TV have signed a licensing deal with Amazon Studios so it can be made Stateside. A telly source said: “People Just Do Nothing has become a runaway success, hitting a niche comedy style. “Producers have seen US remakes of other Brit comedies, such as The Office, do really well and think a pirate radio station setting is really translatable. “Obviously the language and characters will have to be tweaked, but there’s real potential for it to mirror the popularity it’s had in the UK.” bi bit EXPLORER LE WOOD reckon VISON should be mores there adventurers on female said: “Girls don’t TV. He get the exposure they des They can handle erve. selves as good as,thembetter than a ma if not n can.” soapbox CHARITY tries to move on in EMMERDALE, while Noah keeps a big secret and Laurel does her best to stay strong. In EASTENDERS, Mel sees a suspicious car in the Square and, when Hunter fails to turn up at school, she fears the worst. Could Aidan be back for revenge? Elsewhere, cracks begin to show in Max and Rainie’s facade, Billy gives Honey an ultimatum about their relationship and Sonia enjoys looking after Martin, reminding daughter Bex of happier times. Meanwhile, in HOME AND AWAY, Ash is served with a summons to testify as a witness, while Martha reveals she has borderline personality disorder. Justin leaves Ava alone with Willow, but later regrets it. my verdict SHAYNE WARD’s excellent acting proved why soaps are right to tackle big issues. He managed to find a way to show businessman Aidan Connor’s decline without ever being crass or insensitive. The final shot of him sitting bi on the sofa with tears rolling down his face is testament to Corrie’s power. It’s a difficult topic that will have affected many viewers and the show should be proud for doing such a stellar job telling Aidan’s story. It’s now up to the rest of the cast to carry this sensitive storyline forwards. DISTRESS . . . final moments Road trip hip hooray GORDON, GINO & FRED GET OWN SHOW GORDON RAMSAY better have a decent sat nav – as the sweary chef‘s new ITV series will see him take a road trip with fellow cook GINO D’ACAMPO and First Dates’ FRED SIRIEIX. The Ultimate Road Trip will be his first primetime cookery show in the UK since Ramsay’s Costa Del Nightmares for Channel 4 in 2014. The new programme, which will see the trio travel to different cities to take on food challenges, was snapped up by ITV after viewers loved its festive one-off Gordon, Gino And Fred’s Great PALS . . . Ramsay, D’ACampo, Sirieix Christmas Roast and praised their unlikely bromance. A TV source said: “Gordon has had huge success across the pond and gone down a storm with US audiences. But he’s keen to get back to his roots and do something for UK fans.” Fiery Gordon has a long- running partnership with ITV, after he helped create Hell’s Kitchen for the channel in 2004. Last year, Gordon also signed for three new shows with the network, including cookery competition Culinary Genius with FERN BRITTON. ITV’s director of television, Kevin Lygo, said: “Gordon is not only a world-class chef, but a world-class TV presenter. “It’s a great thing to have him back where it all started, with some brand new shows. “He’s an irrepressible talent and we are really looking forward to his return to ITV.” I hope Gordon doesn’t get road rage, otherwise all his dialogue will be have to be bleeped out. ticker l Tribute to footie’s John Motson on BBC2, May 19 t bi THESE are the harrowing final scenes from last night’s shocking Coronation Street double-bill, which saw SHAYNE WARD’S character Aidan Connor take his own life. The actor hopes the storyline will help others suffering from mental health issues and suicidal thoughts. He tweeted: “Help is always there. Talking about your feelings can and will save lives. “I would like to thank Coronation Street and its amazing cast, crew and team for breaking the stigma and for using their platform to continue to raise awareness for male suicide.” And CATHERINE TYLDESLEY, who played Shayne’s on-screen lover Eva Price, said on Instagram: “Heartbreaking, phenomenal performance from @shaynetward tonight . . . Here’s hoping the work that yourself and our wonderful #corrie team have put into this week’s episodes get people talking and help save lives.” NOT Going Out funnyman LEE MACK always knew he’d inherited some of his great grandfather’s ability to make people laugh. But after taking part in the BBC’s Who Do You Think You Are? he discovered just how incredible his ancestor’s foray into comedy was. In an episode set to air this summer, Lee finds music hall entertainer Billy Mac joined one of the Pals battalions in Liverpool when war broke out and then honed his craft entertaining troops at the Battle of the Somme. He also found out his maternal grandad, Joe, was raised by his grandparents in County Mayo during the time of the Irish Civil War. It will be interesting to see the normally deadpan Lee’s reaction. l Line of Duty’s Craig Parkinson in BBC Three’s Killed By My Debt bit MIDSOMER Mu NEIL DUDGEO rders’ ons ITV isn’t payN reckenough. He said:ing him a small house in “I have with a tiny, tiny London When we visgarden! lovely big hou it the Midsomer, I ses in mooch around very jealou sly.” 1GM ............... Tuesday, May 8, 2018 dear deidre Head to thesun.co.uk/deardeidre to read more readers’ letters. To find how my problem page works, see thesun.co.uk/deardeidrefaqs So guilty over stripper romp Dear Deidre I BOUGHT a drink for one of the dancers in a strip club and ended up cheating on my wife. I have never done anything like that before. I have loved my wife since we met at college. She is beautiful, kind and sexy. We soon fell head over heels for each other and got married when we were only 20. We are now 22 and live in a rented flat but are saving for the deposit on a house of our own. I came home from work early one afternoon and my wife’s sister was there. There were bags of designer clothes and shoes everywhere. They had clearly been out on a spending spree. My wife’s sibling is 28 and her husband has a great job. They never seem to be short of money, while we are struggling to save quickly enough. I was furious. After my sister-inlaw left I had a big argument with my wife. She insisted that she had the right to buy herself what she called “a few things” but it added up to hundreds of pounds. I was topic4today SEX therapy may sound scary but it involves chatting with an understanding person who has constructive suggestions. And 93 per cent of couples who saw a Relate therapist found it helped. For my e-leaflet How Sex Therapy Helps email firstname.lastname@example.org. email@example.com angry because I have stopped going out with my mates to try to save money and there she was buying things she does not need. I left the house and went to a strip club. One of the dancers came over to my table and asked me to buy her a drink. One thing led to another and we went out to the back of the club and had sex in a room there. I felt terrible afterwards and just went home. The next morning my wife said how sorry she was. She said she knew she was wrong but she just got carried away and would take some of the things back. I do not know what to do now. I would die rather than do it again. People say honesty is the best policy but I am terrified of losing my wife if I tell her what I did. 0 DEIDRE SAYS: You made a terrible mistake but what matters is that you learn from it and never repeat it. If there is no chance that your wife will find out, ask yourself what your marriage would gain from confessing to her. It would ease your conscience but it would destroy your wife’s trust and peace of mind, and that could cost you your marriage. It would be more constructive to look at your relationship and work out how to avoid arguments such as that. Have an honest talk together about money and draw up firm figures on how much you are saving and how much you can each allocate to your own spending. If there is any chance that your wife will find out from someone else, though, it would be best to tell her yourself first. She may find it in herself to forgive you and my e-leaflet Cheating – Can You Get Over It can help, whether you confess or not. Dear Deidre I HAVE made mistakes and push people away and now I feel so lonely. I am a single gay man of 23. When I came out to my parents, they told me it was disgusting, horrible and wrong and they disowned me. I moved away and met my now ex-boyfriend. He swore he loved me but he was having casual sex with other men. Then he told me had caught HIV and tests showed he had passed it on to me. I am still in Dear Deidre MY boyfriend cuddles up with me but, lately, he does not want sex. We used to have lots of amazing action when we got together eight months ago. We are 29. Whenever I try it on with him these days, though, he turns away. I stopped trying, thinking I would wait for him to instigate it but he never does. I have seen some of his ex-girlfriends and they are all different from me. They are all very skinny. Now I worry that CALLUM’S BAD HABIT: DAY 2 CALLUM IS SO CUTE, I CAN’T BELIEVE MY LUCK. HE’S ONLY GOT ONE BAD HABIT – HE SMOKES the problem is that I do not have a nice body. I tried speaking to him about it but he shut down. 0 DEIDRE SAYS: Your boyfriend liked your body enough to get together with you and have sex with you. He still likes to cuddle, so your body isn’t the problem. It is devastating for a man to lose interest in sex but raise the subject again, telling him you love him. My e-leaflet Reviving A Man’s Sex Drive explains steps you can try together. 1. Email me: firstname.lastname@example.org 2. Private message me on Facebook: facebook.com/DearDeidreOfficial WELL, YOU MIGHT BE ABLE TO CURE HIM OF THAT. BUT DON’T START NAGGING HIM ALREADY WOULD YOU LIKE TO COME ROUND TO DINNER TONIGHT? I PROMISE, I’M A GREAT COOK Dear Deidre SHE SAYS TO MOVE ON . . . BUT HOW DO I? Dear Deidre WHY NOT, SOUNDS BRILLIANT, ZOE. I’LL BRING THE WINE COME ON IN AND MAKE YOURSELF AT HOME. JUST ONE THING – THIS IS A NO-SMOKING HOUSE OH NO, YOU’RE JOKING AREN’T YOU? OH WELL, DON’T WORRY. I’LL JUST BITE MY NAILS INSTEAD 3. Write to me: Deidre Sanders, The Sun, London SE1 9GF (enclose SAE) 4. Or follow me on Twitter: @deardeidre BOY SINCE WE SPLIT WHILE we were together, my ex-partner treated my son like his own but now he ignores him. He has never known his real father. I am 35, my ex is 37. I already had my son, who is nine, when we got together. We later had our daughter, who is three. Then my ex’s older brother got divorced and everything changed. His family started telling him he could do better than me, because I work part-time and he could be with a career woman who earns mega bucks. He said our family holiday was too expensive and cancelled it. Then he immediately booked a lads’ holiday without telling me. I realised that I could never be happy with him and ended it. Now he and his family ignore my son but spoil our daughter rotten. My boy is confused and hurt. 0 DEIDRE SAYS: You cannot change your ex’s attitude or his family’s but you can tell him how hurtful he and his family are being to your son who is innocent in this situation. Ask him still to see him as his daughter’s brother. Find support through Family Lives (0808 800 2222, familylives.org.uk). touch with my sister but I have not told her I am HIV positive. I cannot tell anybody. 0 DEIDRE SAYS: You are naturally deeply hurt but it is your parents’ attitude that is wrong, not your sexuality. Being HIV positive is far from the terrible diagnosis it once was, and you can live as long as anyone else. You can find support from Terrence Higgins Trust (tht.org.uk, 0808 802 1221). I hope you will then feel able to tell your sister – and are met with a loving response. EVERY PROBLEM GETS A FREE PERSONAL REPLY usually in 24hrs weekdays DIGITAL RADIO • APP VIRGINRADIO.CO.UK MY EX IS deidre’s photo casebook IGNORING Continues tomorrow EVEN though we divorced three years ago, I can’t stop loving my ex-wife. I am 39, she is 34. Our sons are ten and eight. I ran a successful business and we had a good life with no money worries. But I sensed something was not right and she eventually admitted to cheating. We decided to try again but in the end she left me, taking the kids and all our money. I now live in a tiny flat but still do things as a couple and as a family. We are both single and I’ve asked her to try again but she just tells me to move on. 0 DEIDRE SAYS: If she insists she will not get back with you, you cannot make her. You can only accept it. Being very closely involved with her is keeping you tied to her emotionally and making it harder for you. Of course you still need to carry on being a father but also need to get your own separate social life going again. My e-leaflet Moving On will help you. l I AM answering your problems live on ITV’s This Morning from 10.30am. Call 08000 304 044. DAILY 1GM THE sheer number of perfumes making their debut is not to be sniffed at. All those new scents could become a nuisance – so let SOPHIE BRONSTEIN help you pick one for the new season. Tuesday May 8 2018 ............... 35 Edited by JOELY CHILCOTT YOU KNOW IT MAKES SCENTS Dolce & Gabbana Garden eau de parfum (30ml, £49, theperfume shop.com): Light, fun and floral – you will be spritzing it through spring (and summer!). By KELLY STRANGE Philosophy Pure Grace Nude Rose eau de toilette (60ml, £33, philosophyskin care.co.uk): Rose – but not as you know it. This scent doesn’t scream grandma. Instead it has a a warm, musky and sun-kissed fragrance. Guerlain Mon Guerlain Florale eau de parfum (30ml, £48, theperfume shop.com): This is packed with white flowers and jasmine and comes in a bottle that will brighten up a dressing table. Impulse Body Mist in White Lace + Muddy Grass (now half price at £3.48, superdrug. com): Smells like clean air and fresh cut grass – perfect for daytime use. Yves Saint Laurent Mon Paris Couture EDP, (£52, theperfume shop.com): A fruity floral packed with raspberry, grapefruit and white peonies. You will be addicted. Lancome La Nuit Tresor eau de toilette (50ml, £55 (boots. com): Deeper but just as dreamy as the original, this one is packed with rose and blackberry notes that make for the most alluring evening scent you could ever spritz. WHEN her waters broke at just 18 weeks, Cally Hibbert was told she was going to lose her baby. HEALTHY . . . Cally with Leo now. Above, lad as a newborn weighing just 1lb 10oz The 27-year-old was admitted to hospital to await a miscarriage. When she did not go into early labour, she was advised to terminate the pregnancy. Doctors said the unborn boy could not survive losing so much of the protective fluid from her womb. SUN doctor Dr Carol Coo But after conducting her “It’s a real dilemma wheper says: n the waters own research, Cally sank break this early in preg 15 pints of water a day to per cent of babies bor nancy. Just ten replenish the lost liquid. survive the mum’s watn at 18 weeks ers breaking. It worked — and ten weeks “It’s vital for the mother to rest and later, Cally gave birth to look out for fever or othe r symptoms 1lb 10oz Leo. that suggest infectio n. Cally, from Ashton-under“Drinking plenty of fluid s prevents Lyne in Greater Manchester, dehydration and can says: “Leo is our real-life infection. There’s evidhelp fight enc e extra fluids water baby. I’m sure the counteract the loss of water I drank saved him by and help the baby survamniotic fluid ive. helping to protect him until “When a baby beats the odds and is he was strong enough to be born alive, as Leo was born. I couldn’t terminate are common, as amn , lung problems iotic fluid has a when his heart was beating. major effect on lung development.” “That’s when I desperately started researching and found the advice about the water. It’s astonishing doctors said there was nothing they could do, yet something so simple may have saved his life.” Vital for survival ‘Less than one per cent chance of survival’ Full-time mum Cally and partner Jason Clark, 26, an IT manager, already had Oliver, nine, and Holly, five, when they found out they would be parents again. Having already suffered four miscarriages, Cally was terrified when she started bleeding early in the pregnancy and doctors diagnosed a blood clot in the womb. To not tempt fate, superstitious Cally avoided taking photos of her bump. At 16 weeks, the bleeding seemed to have stopped. But just two weeks later, Cally was folding washing at home when she realised her waters had broken. At hospital, a consultant told her the baby could not be saved and to expect a miscarriage. She says: “Jason and I clung to each other and cried. “It was heartbreaking to think our baby would soon be gone, especially as I could still feel him moving inside me. “He was too small to survive labour. They called it a miscarriage but, to me, it didn’t feel like that.” It was then she realised she had no pictures with her baby bump, so she got out her phone. She recalls: “I cradled my bump and was saying goodbye to him as the picture was taken. I was so upset that this was going to be our first and last ever photo.” By the next morning there was still no sign of labour and a scan showed her son’s heart was still beating. She says: “I was told a termination ‘I had nothing to lose so I just kept sipping’ I saved my baby drinking15 pints of water a day was the best option because they said he had a less than one per cent chance of survival with my waters having broken so early. They said the small amount of fluid was not enough for him to survive.” Desperately seeking information, Cally headed to Facebook and found a group called Little Heartbeats, which supports women who suffer from pre-term pre-labour rupture of membranes, known as PPROM. Cally says: “When I read that other mums believed drinking more water had helped, I knew straight away I couldn’t give up on my baby. “I kept researching and read that the more the mother drinks, the more the baby urinates which increases the amniotic fluid, so it made sense that drinking more might help replenish some of the waters at least. “I had nothing to lose so thought I would try.” Doctors accepted her decision but warned there was a high chance of infection. Following advice on the Little Heartbeats website she rested as much as possible and drank 15 pints — nine litres — of water a day. The average recommendation is to drink six to eight glasses (1.2 litres). She says: “It wasn’t easy drinking that much but I had to try for our baby, so I forced it down.” To her and Jason’s delight, their unborn son continued to grow. Cally says: “I was desperate to get to 24 weeks, which is when Leo would be recognised as viable and given medical assistance to stay alive, so I just kept sipping away.” At 24 weeks she was given steroid injections to boost Leo’s lungs. Finally, at 28 weeks, contractions started and Cally gave birth to Leo at Royal Bolton Hospital on July 16, 2016. He was unresponsive and needed resuscitating but kept fighting and was finally allowed home a week before his due date in October. By then he was a healthy 6lb 1oz. Now just a few months short of his second birthday, he has been given a clear bill of health. Cally says: “All mums think their kids are a miracle but Leo really is. “Don’t get me wrong, he’s a little terror sometimes, but we wouldn’t have it any other way.” A spokeswoman for Little Heartbeats said: “Many mothers we support who have experienced PPROM believe that drinking water has helped. “But tragically we acknowledge this might not always be the case, as there are many contributing factors and each pregnancy is unique, which is why we continue to fundraise for more research.” l For more information about Little Heartbeats, visit little-heartbeats.org.uk. Be 24/7 with your daily fix in The Sun, your weekend indulgence with magazine every Sunday AND D non-stop fashion and beauty news at thesun.co.uk/fabulous 36 ............... Tuesday, May 8, 2018 CRITICS and audiences are loving new movie Tully, which centres on overwhelmed mum-of-three Marlo, played by Charlize Theron, below. Marlo is offered, by her wealthy brother, a night nanny for her newborn baby – and her life is changed as a result. But did Fabulous Daily’s NIKKI WATKINS, mum of one-year-old Wilf, inset bottom, find Tully a moving insight into the world of new mums? Or is it a motherhood misfire? LIFE with a newborn is TOUGH. It is the hardest thing I have ever done – and never has this rollercoaster been so honestly portrayed as in Tully. There is no Tinseltown glitter sprinkled over Charlize Theron’s portrayal of frayed mum-of-three Marlo. It is raw and very real. With its hints of pre and post-natal depression, there is an important message in this entertaining movie. Theron, herself a mother of two, piled on weight for the role and her candid performance taps into things new mums won’t know are universal. I am often left biting my fist in fury at others’ lack of sensitivity – like “helpful” older ladies in cafes guilt-tripping you about the caffeine you are drinking and the immaculate post-pregnancy women who maintain they went to the gym every day until their little miracle was born. Tully has them all. Often in movies, maternity wards are sanitised areas where beautifully coiffed goddesses painlessly pop out new life. Extreme highs and lows Not so in Tully. Her broken waters leak down Marlo’s leg. She suffers the brutal throes of labour and the horror of cracked nipples. It is searingly honest and excruciating to watch, as if whipped from WhatsApp chats with my mum-mates. Mums everywhere will feel empathy for Marlo when she emerges from the maternity unit and her husband says he is going away. Her eyes fill with tears at the prospect of facing this monumental struggle alone. I felt that moment in the pit of my stomach. The portrayal of blundering dad Drew is also brilliantly acted as a hapless coparent plugged into his Xbox, oblivious to the chaos around him The film hits hard by highlighting the extreme highs and lows of parenting. In a scene that will stay with me a very long time, Marlo is tussling with the grim monotony of night-time nappy changes. This quickly morphs into a shot of her baby’s tiny hand wrapped around hers. The rollercoaster of being a new mum has never been captured so accurately – those leaps from the souldestroyingly gross to blissful feelings of wonder. It tells an important message – that mums cannot do it all alone. It is the most compelling insight into motherhood I have ever seen, warts, nappies and all. l Tully is out now. DAILY GET YOUR KIDS CLUED The10 meals teens must master 1. Chicken and veggie burgers (Makes: 16 mini or 4 large burgers) YOU NEED: 3½ tbsp sunflower oil; 50g finely chopped leek; 1 onion, finely chopped; 175g carrots, peeled and grated; 175g courgettes, grated; 500g minced chicken (breast and thigh); 1 apple, peeled, cored and grated; 1 chicken stock cube, finely crumbled; 175g white breadcrumbs; salt and black pepper; a little flour, for dusting; 16 mini bread buns or 4 ordinary burger buns. Ease: METHOD: Preheat oven to 180C/Gas 4. Heat 1½ tbsp of oil in a frying pan and sautée leek, onion, carrots for three minutes. Cool, then mix together with the remaining ingredients and chop in a food processor for a few seconds. Form mixture into burgers using floured hands. Heat the remaining 2 tbsp of oil in the frying pan and sautée the burgers for a few minutes each side until golden, then cook in the oven for ten to 15 minutes. Taste: 2. Tasty beef enchiladas (Makes: 4 portions) YOU NEED: 500g lean minced beef; 1 tbsp olive oil; 1 onion, roughly chopped; 1 stick celery, diced; 1 carrot, peeled and diced; ½ red pepper, diced; 2 cloves garlic, crushed; 2 tbsp tomato puree; 600g passata; 1 tbsp fresh oregano; 2 tbsp fresh basil; dash of sugar; 6 small tortilla wraps; 150g grated Cheddar cheese. METHOD: Heat a frying pan until hot. Fry the beef until browned. Drain on to kitchen paper. Heat the oil in a wok. Add the Ease: vegetables and fry for two to three minutes. Add the browned beef and garlic. Fry for one minute. Add the tomato puree, 400g passata, herbs and sugar. Simmer uncovered for ten minutes. Preheat the grill until hot. Put the wraps on a board. Divide the mixture between the wraps. Top with 100g of cheese, then roll up. Arrange the wraps in a shallow ovenproof dish. Spoon over the remaining passata and remaining 50g of cheese. Place under the grill for five to seven minutes until golden. ARE your kids dab hands in the kitchen? Taste: 3. Macaroni cheese (Makes: 4 portions) YOU NEED: 300g macaroni; 150g small broccoli florets; 1 tbsp olive oil; 1 onion, roughly chopped; 200ml vegetable or chicken stock; 250g creme fraiche; 150g Parmesan cheese; 100g tinned sweetcorn; 50g Cheddar, grated; 50g white breadcrumbs. METHOD: Cook the pasta in boiling salted water according to the packet instructions. Add the broccoli florets for the last three minutes. Drain. Heat the oil in a Ease: deep frying pan. Add the onion and fry until soft. Add the stock, bring to the boil. Add the pasta and crème fraiche. Mix together. Add parmesan, stir, remove from heat, season and add the sweetcorn and half the Cheddar. Pour into an ovenproof dish. Scatter over the breadcrumbs and remaining Cheddar. Place under a hot grill for about five minutes until brown and bubbling. Leave to stand for five minutes before serving. Taste: 4. Sticky salmon & Chinese fried rice (Makes 4 portions) YOU NEED: 2 skinned salmon fillets (approx. 200g each) cut into 3 cm cubes. For marinade: 1½ tbsp soy sauce, 2 tbsp honey, 2 tbsp ketchup, 1 tbsp white wine or rice wine vinegar, ½ tsp sweet chilli sauce. For Chinese fried rice: 200g basmati rice; 65g carrot, diced; 75g frozen peas; 1 egg; 1 tsp sunflower oil; 25g butter; 65g onion, diced; 2 tbsp soy sauce; salt and freshly ground black pepper; 2 spring onions, finely sliced. METHOD: Mix the ingredients for the marinade. Add the cubes of salmon and marinate for 20 minutes. Cook the diced carrot and rice in a pan of lightly salted boiling water according to the instructions on the packet. Four minutes before the end of the rice cooking time, add the frozen peas. Meanwhile, heat the vegetable oil in a frying pan, beat the egg Ease: with a little salt and pour in the pan tilting it so that the egg coats the base of the pan. Cook until it sets as a thin omelette. Remove from the pan, roll up to form a sausage shape and cut into thin strips. You can scramble the egg after sauteing the onion in the same pan if you want to miss this step. Preheat the grill. Place the salmon on a baking tray lined with foil, pour over the marinade and bake for five minutes, turning halfway through and basting occasionally. While the salmon is cooking, add the butter to the wok and sauté the onion for two minutes. Add the cooked rice mixture, the soy sauce and a little freshly ground black pepper. Stir fry the rice for about two minutes. Stir in the strips of egg and spring onion to the rice and heat through. Remove the salmon from the baking tin and serve with the Chinese fried rice. Taste: Pictures: SONJA HORSMAN MUM MOVIE IS TOTULLY TRUTHFUL 1GM Mary Berry reckons all youngsters should know how to make ten cheap and simple meals before they leave home. The former Bake Off judge slammed schools for failing to prepare kids for flying the nest, saying: “Every child, when they leave school, should be able to create ten dishes they enjoy that are healthy, aren’t expensive and are nutritionally good. But schools have let go of their home economics departments.” We asked kids’ cookery writer Annabel Karmel to provide her top ten recipes for youngsters. Then we roped in Tara Matthews, 45, from Romford, Essex, and her children Remi, 13, and Mason, 15, to try some of them. Tara, who works in promotions and is married to surveyor Andrew, also 45, says: “I encourage my children to cook but busy families don’t always get time in the week. “It’s really important for them to know how to cook a By KATE JACKSON few recipes before they leave home and that they understand it’s cheaper to cook than getting takeaways. “We’re lucky that Remi is doing a GCSE in cookery but that’s not possible in all schools. She’s good at shepherd’s pie, brownies and rhubarb crumble. “My son is getting more independent and can do bacon sandwiches and pancakes.” Annabel, inset below, adds: “It’s important to remember that cooking from scratch doesn’t have to mean producing elaborate meals. “Get your teen in the kitchen to help cook these foodie feasts and wait to see that wonderfully proud smile develop after they tuck into a meal they have prepared themselves.” Here are ten recipes teens should be able to master — plus ratings out of five on how tasty and straightforward they are to make. l FIND more inspiration and recipe advice at annabelkarmel.com. 5. Cherry tomato frittata (Makes 1 frittata) YOU NEED: 2 tbsp olive oil; 2 small onions, sliced; 8 new potatoes, cooked and sliced thickly; 30g mature cheddar, grated; 5 medium eggs, beaten; salt and pepper; 2 tbsp milk; 8 cherry tomatoes, halved; 1 tbsp chives, chopped. METHOD: Pre-heat the grill. Heat the oil in a 7in or 8in non-stick omelette plan. Add the onion and gently fry until soft. Add the potatoes, mix together and season. Add the cheese and milk to the eggs, then season and pour into the pan. Gently heat until set around the edges. Arrange the tomatoes, cut side up on top of the egg and sprinkle with chives. Place under a hot grill for about five minutes until lightly golden and set in the middle. Slice into wedges and eat hot or cold. Ease: Taste: 1GM Tuesday, May 8, 2018 ............... UP IN THE KITCHEN WITH EASY EATS 37 7. Fruity chicken curry (Makes: 2 portions) YOU NEED: 2 tbsp vegetable oil; 1 onion peeled & chopped; 1 small carrot cut into matchsticks; 1 garlic clove, crushed; 1 medium apple, peeled and thinly sliced; 2 chicken breasts, cut into bite-size chunks; 1 tbsp korma curry paste; ½ tbsp mango chutney; 1 tbsp tomato puree; 100g frozen peas; 150ml coconut milk; 1 chicken stock cube, dissolved in 150ml boiling water; salt and Ease: freshly ground black pepper. METHOD: Heat the oil in a wok and sauté the onion and carrot for three minutes. Add the garlic and saute for half a minute. Add the apple and stir fry for three minutes. Add the chicken and stir fry for four minutes. Add the curry paste, mango chutney, tomato puree, frozen peas, coconut milk and chicken stock and simmer for about ten minutes. Season to taste. Taste: 8. Mighty meatball pasta bake (Makes: 4 portions) YOU NEED: For the meatballs: 350g lean minced beef; 50g white breadcrumbs; 1 tbsp thyme, chopped; 50g parmesan, grated; ½ apple, peeled and grated. For the sauce: 2 tbsp olive oil; 1 large onion, chopped; 2 cloves garlic, crushed; 2 x 400g tin chopped tomatoes; 1 tbsp sundried tomato paste; dash of sugar; 200g fusilli pasta; 2 tbsp basil, chopped; 50g cheddar cheese, grated. METHOD: Put the meatball ingredients into a food processor. Whiz until combined, then shape into 25 balls. Chill in the Tara with ER NOW . . . ALL TOGETH on and dad Andy Remi, Mas Ease: fridge. Heat the oil in a saucepan. Add the onion and garlic and fry until just soft. Add the tomatoes, paste and sugar. Season and bring to the boil, then cover and simmer for ten minutes. Heat a frying pan until hot and add 1 tbsp of oil. Fry the meatballs until lightly golden on all sides. Add to the sauce, cover and simmer for ten minutes. Cook the pasta in boiling salted water. Drain then add to the meatballs. Add the basil and spoon into a shallow dish. Sprinkle with cheese. Grill for five minutes until bubbling and the cheese has melted. Taste: 9. One-pot noodles MASON says: REMI says: I DON’T do a lot of cooking at the moment but I am trying to learn a few things. I think the one-pot noodles sound like the easiest one for me to start with. I really like the idea of the chicken and potato pie and the chicken curry. I prefer home-cooked food and these look pretty straightforward. I’m sure with a bit of practice I could manage them. And they will be cheaper than getting ready meals and take-aways. I ENJOYED the meatball pasta bake. It’s similar to other recipes I’ve cooked before. It was straightforward and delicious. I’ve done crumbles before and anyone could do this apple one, even if you’ve never baked a pudding before. The enchiladas sound tasty and I only marked them down because there are a lot of steps. Perhaps it’s one to do when you’ve practised with the others. The one-pot noodles isn’t one I’d eat but it’s the easiest for someone who never cooks. 6 7 6 7 (Makes: 1 portion) YOU NEED: 70g fine Chinese-style dried egg noodles or straight- to-wok thread fine noodles; 125ml chicken stock; 1½ tsp dark soy sauce; 25g frozen peas; 35g drained tinned or frozen sweetcorn; 50g chicken, cooked and shredded; ½ tsp cornflour; 1 tsp cold water. METHOD: Cook the noodles according to the packet instructions – if necessary. Drain and Ease: set aside. Put the stock, soy sauce, peas, sweetcorn and chicken in a saucepan over a medium heat. Bring to a simmer and cook for two minutes. In a small cup, mix the cornflour with the water. Add to the pan and stir over the heat for one minute, until the liquid thickens slightly. Add the noodles and mix everything together. When the noodles are heated through, transfer to a bowl to serve. Taste: 10. Apple crumble 6. Tasty chicken & potato pie (Makes 4 portions) YOU NEED: 500g potatoes, peeled and cut into chunks; 25g butter; 100ml milk; 50g Cheddar cheese, grated; 25g butter; 1 leek, thinly sliced; 1 large or 2 small shallots, finely chopped; 25g plain flour; 300ml chicken stock; 100ml double cream; 300g shredded cooked chicken; 75g frozen peas; 1 tbsp chopped parsley; 1 tbsp lemon juice; Salt and pepper. METHOD: Pre-heat the oven to 180C/Gas 6. Put the potatoes in cold salted water, bring to the boil then reduce the heat and simmer for ten to 15 minutes until tender. Drain and mash with butter, milk and the grated cheeses. Melt the butter in a saucepan and cook Ease: the leek and shallots gently for eight to ten minutes until soft but not coloured. Stir in the flour and cook for one minute, then stir in the stock a little at a time, to make a smooth sauce – you may find it easier to do this off the heat. Stir in the cream, then cook, stirring until the sauce just comes to the boil. Stir in the chicken, peas and parsley, then remove from the heat and stir in the lemon juice and season to taste. Spoon into a 1.5-litre dish and top with mash. Bake in the oven for about 20 minutes and then finish off for a few minutes under the grill until golden brown. It’s a good idea to place the dish on a baking sheet to catch any drips. Taste: (Makes: 4 portions) YOU NEED: For apple base: 750g sweet eating apples, peeled and cut into slices; juice of 1 orange; 25g butter; 2tbsp caster sugar. For crumble topping: 100g plain flour; generous pinch of salt; 75g cold butter, cut into pieces; 60g demerara sugar; 40g ground almonds. METHOD: Preheat oven to 180C/160F/Gas 4. Put the apples into a bowl and pour over the orange juice. Melt the butter in a large pan, drain the apples, reserving the orange juice, and saute the sliced apples with the sugar for about eight Ease: minutes. Then stir in 2 tbsp of the reserved orange juice. Meanwhile, to prepare the topping, whiz the flour, salt, butter and sugar in a food processor for a few seconds until it resembles breadcrumbs and then stir in the ground almonds. Alternatively, mix together the flour, salt and sugar and then rub in the butter using your fingers. Spoon the cooked apples into a 20cm/8in round glass ovenproof dish and cover with the crumble topping. Bake in the oven for approximately 30 minutes. Alternatively, you could make four individual portions in ramekins. Taste: TAROT CARDS KNEW MY LIFE By KRIS HALLENGA I VISITED a clairvoyant recently. You know, a psychic who somehow knows where you are heading in life. Now, I’m not necessarily a believer in such wizardry and I’d never been moved to see a psychic before. But I’d heard some insane stories about the stuff she’d come up with for other people and I thought: “Why the heck not?” She used tarot cards to read my life. I gave nothing away before the reading so she had no idea I had cancer, didn’t know I was a twin, nothing. Yet the way she described me and how I tackle certain situations was spot-on. How my sister Maren and I differ was really accurate and she brought up some bizarre truths about my parents too. There would have been no way she could have known that. But of course my more sceptical mind wondered whether coincidence was at play too. It was the cancer thing I was obviously most curious about. Health didn’t really come up . . . only that I need to start doing more regular yoga. She was convinced I was going to fall in love in the not-too-distant future. She somehow knew I was single. Could it perhaps have been my cat-emblazoned fleece jumper? Load of baloney She told me the letter C was coming up really strong. She wasn’t sure whether it represented his name, where he was from or if he might be Canadian. My mind went to cancer. It’s not a conventional relationship but it’s the only relationship I see myself having, although I didn’t let on. The very last card of the deck was the dreaded Death – and that is when I lost it. I must explain, though, I was exhausted at that moment from a couple of long work days. The Death card in tarot actually rarely represents physical death, and more a new beginning. My rational mind couldn’t comprehend that, though, and I think I may have needed a cry. However, looking back, it seemed poignant to have drawn the card at the end, as if everything else had to come first – even the falling in love bit and the fact she said my twin is going to be pregnant within the next nine months. You might think this is all a load of baloney and actually, I am still not sure how I really feel about it. Whether I or you believe in some higher power controlling everything is irrelevant. It’s more the power and comfort in believing in something – knowing I, and you, can still go on with life with the same kind of conviction and purpose as ever. It was kind of handy that the very next day I was heading to Canada on a little holiday . . . so who knows? I might even find my Canadian husband here. I will keep you posted. 38 ............... Tuesday, May 8, 2018 1GM 1GM Tuesday, May 8, 2018 ............... letters @ the-sun.co.uk The page where you tell Britain what you think ACCORDING to Andrea Leadsom, pictured, the scandal of bullying by John Bercow is a “cloud hanging over Parliament”. I can think of a bigger one — Remainers and the Lords thinking they have the right to overturn a democratic vote by 17.4million people who pay their wages. NORA KENT Eton Wick, Berks and self-doubt as my daughter’s workload spirals out of control. Evenings and weekends are spent marking and preparing lessons, before getting up at 5.30am to commute to work. It hurts me to see my child go through so much hurt and stress. Teachers deserve the time off they are entitled to. betray the electorate and reward the unelected peers that sit in it. MARK TWIDDY Forest Gate, East London WE need a clean Brexit, with no customs union. If Mrs May does this, the Conservative Party will romp to power in the next General Election. PETER WILKINSON Narborough, Norfolk NAME & ADDRESS SUPPLIED THE House of Lords should be disbanded for trying to stop Brexit. This so-called democratic institution seems to exist only to AS the father of a firstyear teacher, I think Jane Moore’s comments about teachers being “poor lambs” for suffering burnout are out of place. We have had tears, stress WELL done Jeremy Clarkson, pictured. It’s certainly different with him in the Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? chair. MIKE HOTTER West Hallam, Derbys Kids’ poverty is a scandal IT was with tears in my eyes I read that “half a million children don’t have their own bed to sleep in”. Is this the UK of today? £50 LETTER I didn’t have my own bed until I was in my teens and only got one as my sister left home to get married. After many years in my parents’ bed, I had to sleep in a cot with my knees bent — but that was 70 years ago, just after the war, and times were hard. I never thought that in this day so many children would have no bed of their own to sleep in. It’s so sad. A big well done to The Sun and to Judge Rinder, who is supporting your Beds For Kids campaign, for bringing it to our attention. ROSALIN HILLIER Wooburn Green, Bucks THESE children who do not have a bed to sleep in should not be forgotten. Help from the Government should be a priority. It’s such a shame we don’t think of our own in this country. Maybe the overseas aid we give out all over the world, some of it not needed, would solve our problems. JANET COLLIS Raynes Park, South West London IT’S sad to read that half a million British children don’t have a bed of their own. Now The Sun is asking British people to donate to Beds For Kids — and knowing the people of this country, it will be done. Stop the foreign aid budget going to countries that have said they don’t want or need it and to the countries that abuse it. JOHN HAYES Sidmouth, Devon I READ with interest the Beds For Kids article. I am soon to TXT US ON 07537 410199 Don’t forget to include your name. Standard text rates from your provider apply TREVOR KAVANAGH is right about Labour’s leader alienating Leave voters – except for one thing. Theresa May is showing signs of doing the same thing. Then where will those 17.4million votes go? BOB, Kidderminster, Worcs IT seems potholes only get filled if you’ve got a cycle race going on. Good old Yorkshire. CHRIS, Stevenage, Herts LIFEBOAT crews are hell-bent on saving people’s lives in atrocious conditions. A bit of fun with writing on mugs shouldn’t even register. MALC, Timperley, Gtr Manchester downsize my home and will have a couple of perfectly good beds from little-used spare rooms with seldom-used, good, clean mattresses. There must be many like me who would prefer to donate them to someone who really needs them rather than a charity shop where someone in need would have to pay. A lot of “free to collect” places sell them on. A genuine site for passing these things on to those in need would be great. JANE MELVILLE Birmingham YET again, headlines are about stabbings. There are not enough public broadcasts to show youngsters what will happen if they carry or use a knife. There should be adverts that show real prison life, where inmates can be locked up for 23 hours a day and have to queue for food. We have to let them know the consequences or these crimes will continue. WHY do we have an outbreak of shootings and stabbings if the number of police officers is OK, as the Government says? In less than two weeks, all manner of police officers will be pulled on to duty as Prince Harry gets married. The greater the status of the people, the more police get assigned and the great unwashed get a service on the cheap. It’s disgusting. This Government has no clue what it is like for those of us who aren’t millionaires with a country pile. 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T R L E S I SEE how many words of four or more letters you can “dial” using the one at the centre in each word. You can make at least one word using all of them. Don’t use the letters more than once in any word. No proper names or plurals. 23 8 3 5 Calls for extra clues and answers last no longer than two minutes (Sundial answers may vary). Helpline: 0333 202 3390 (9am-5.30pm). Service provider: Spoke, W1B 2AG 33 +51 75% -41 of this INTERMEDIATE +10 ÷7 -8 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 C V O M THIS is the world’s best brainteaser. Each grid number in our Word Workout game represents a letter. So if you think 4 is the letter A, write A in all the squares with a 4. All the alphabet is used and we have supplied some letters to start you off. We will print the answers tomorrow. YESTERDAY – ACROSS: Beam, Fish, Joust, Climb, Ewe, Sepal, Topaz, Ingle, Tempo, Lei, Erode, Delta, Bevy, Lynx. DOWN: Equip, Motel, Facet, Skimp, Justice, Bazooka, Ail, One, Grove, Elegy, Tidal, Melon. For 4 Extra Clues Call 0901 322 5002 or text SUNWORD to 84901. Calls cost 75p plus your telephone company’s network access charge. Texts cost £1 plus your standard network rate. 4 4 3 Words from Collins Concise Dictionary. BRILLIANT: 55. EXCELLENT: 47. GOOD: 39. GREAT SCORE FOR KIDS: 30. YESTERDAY: Chin, chino, chit, chiton, choir, cloth, clothing, girth, glitch, hilt, hint, holing, holt, horn, ichor, inch, itch, light, litho, loch, loth, nigh, night, north, notch, orchil, rhino, rich, right, righto, thin, thing, thong, thorn, throng, torch, torching. Nine-letter word: Chortling. Check today’s answers by calling 0906 757 7145 before midnight. Calls cost 80p per minute plus your telephone company’s network access charge. Squared +21 -425 of5/6 +47 431 +255 11/14 of this this x4 +312 of3/8 -278 this ANSWER ADVANCED 14 3 ANSWER x3 23 26 16 x4 +153 6/11 -178 of this +26 7 5 15 +81 5/13 -73 of this 51 10 2 ANSWER x4 24 2 HERE is our fantastic puzzle, the 30-second NumberCrunch. There’s no better way to keep your brain trained than playing our great teasers. So if you want to stay ahead of the game, you will love this challenge. Starting at the left with the number provided, work your way across the three lines one at a time, applying all the mathematical instructions to your running total. Don’t reach for your calculator – that would be cheating! Write your ﬁnal answer in the last box of the line. You should be aiming to complete each round in about 30 seconds. Good luck! Answers below, right. BEGINNER 13 23 1 30-SEC NUMBERCRUNCH 5 7 9 2 14 21 12 14 KEIJO® P 2 1 Place the tiles into the grid so that four different numbers and four different shapes appear in each row and column of the grid. Solution below. SUNDIAL 22 8 1 3 3 3 1 2 4 1 2 2 1 2 4 YESTERDAY’S SOLUTIONS Teaser 1 9 6 5 8 7 2 3 4 8 3 2 6 1 4 7 5 9 4 5 7 2 9 3 8 1 6 9 8 1 7 4 5 3 6 2 6 7 4 8 3 2 1 9 5 5 2 3 9 6 1 4 7 8 3 4 9 1 5 8 6 2 7 7 6 8 3 2 9 5 4 1 2 1 5 4 7 6 9 8 3 Toughie 8 5 1 7 6 4 2 9 3 9 4 3 1 8 2 7 5 6 2 6 7 9 5 3 1 4 8 4 9 5 3 1 8 6 2 7 1 7 2 4 9 6 8 3 5 6 3 8 2 7 5 9 1 4 5 1 9 8 3 7 4 6 2 7 2 6 5 4 1 3 8 9 3 8 4 6 2 9 5 7 1 Two-Speed Crossword ACROSS: 1 Angered 5 Pe-ace 8 S-pie-d 9 Reserve 10 Ma-GI-cian 11 Sa-l-t 13 D-eadly 15 Garlic 18 Buck 19 B-Eli-ever 22 Tsu-nam-i 23 Allot (a lot) 24 Hotel 25 S-lender DOWN: 1 Assumed 2 Going 3 Ri-dicule 4 Durham 5 Pass 6 Airmail 7 Elect 12 Marinade 14 Account 16 Cu-rat-or 17 B-eg-ins 18 Bat-ch 20 V-a-lid 21 M-all Today’s Solutions 2 5 8 7 5 G Y E U E L D 23 24 22 1 3 H M C C E M A 11 4 1 U A I E H D L 20 20 23 18 20 1 7 23 9 3 2 5 R G U L C G A 21 22 2 1 4 CALL 0906 757 7112 FOR CLUES OR SOLUTION (80PPM) T L J D K N S 18 8 2 3 TODAY’S TEASER WORDSEARCH Find seven refrigerated items in the grid. Words can run forwards, backwards or diagonally. Solution below. 17 23 4 Purchase the latest Sun Puzzle Books, including crosswords, wordsearches & sudoku, for as little as £4.99 from the HarperCollins website harpercollins.co.uk or phone 0844 576 8120 DOKU 22 10 Check today’s answers before midnight by calling 0906 757 7142 for Across and 0906 757 7143 for Down. Calls cost 80p per minute plus your telephone company’s network access charge. DOUBLE 26 24 24 16 22 18 Numbercrunch: 57, 8, 52 Brainbuster: HAVERING is a London borough, the others are all tube stations Sunmoji: Captain Underpants Wordsearch Keijo 25 9 21 4 24 14 7 16 15 23 25 2 23 6 21 1 22 23 18 12 4 21 14 3 3 20 7 2 19 16 18 10 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 2 1 18 15 21 18 17 3 17 14 14 4 13 21 18 2 11 10 4 Y L T S E R X 12 5 ACROSS 1 Impede (6) 5 Cue (6) 8 Creamy sauce (4) 9 Become smaller (8) 10 Regulating device (8) 11 Sycamore, eg (4) 12 Loathing (6) 15 Excavator (6) 17 Hobble (4) 19 London terminus (8) 22 Ran amok (8) 23 Female relative (4) 24 Bank employee (6) 25 Saudi capital (6) DOWN 2 Texan landmark (5) 3 Trailblazer (7) 4 Rare noble gas (5) 5 Made safe (7) 6 Very large (5) 7 Spartan (7) 13 Bring to life (7) 14 Titled widow (7) 16 European nation (7) 18 Learner (5) 20 English royal house (5) 21 Confessed (5) 9 10 19 Coffee time 7 O S Y A S G W 6 G Y E U E L D 5 H M C C E M A 4 U A I E H D L 8 WORD WORKOUT Two sets of clues but the answers are the same R G U L C G A ACROSS 1 Hold up picnic basket (6) 5 Aligns falsified evidence (6) 8 County council’s leader not all there (4) 9 See cedar chopped in Fall (8) 10 Ruler taking over northern part (8) 11 You won’t hear my bark! (4) 12 Finally Luke and Darth resolved this? (6) 15 Australian miner? (6) 17 Bit unwell I’m perhaps drooping (4) 19 Battle station? (8) 22 Went berserk — force called out (8) 23 Duke absent — intimidate family member (4) 24 Clerk is magical collaborator (6) 25 Hardy novel about one foreign capital (6) DOWN 2 Mission in Kampala mobbed (5) 3 Jetty accommodates one adventurer (7) 4 Trouble in service supplying gas (5) 5 Dog among children seized (7) 6 To dine with King George is splendid (5) 7 Strict tea user seen drunk (7) 13 Enliven a friend in Belfast area? (7) 14 Rich old girl to make bet? (7) 16 Meg Ryan out in the country (7) 18 Student something of a looker (5) 20 Henry was one terribly dour after time (5) 21 Admitted being possessed (5) PAGE 2 EVENS SOLUTION: Line 1 8429 Line 2 1235 Line 3 2147 Line 4 9568 T L J D K N S TWO-SPEED CROSSWORD 3 Cryptic clues 1 2 41 Tuesday, May 8, 2018 ............... 42 ............... 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NR: Beach Break, Geordielandgangsta. 3.20: 1 SHANKILL CASTLE B Hughes (20-1); 2 Leostar (3-1); 3 Karamoko (9-2). 10 ran (Captiva Island 6-4 fav). 1 1 / 4 l; 1 1 / 4 l. R M Smith. T: £15.60; £2.60, £3.20, £1.50. Ex: £99.30. Trifecta: £246.40. CF: £80.88. 3.55: 1 MILES TO MILAN A Coleman (6-4); 2 Clondaw Kaempfer (4-6 fav); 3 Imperial Prince (12-1). 4 ran. 11/4l; 14l. Olly Murphy. T: £2.90; Ex: £3.20. Trifecta: £4.50. CF: £3.05. 4.30: 1 TYRELL J Colliver (6-1); 2 Traditional Dancer (7-1); 3 Native Optimist (33-1). 9 ran (Volcanic 10-3 fav). shd; 7l. M Hammond. T: £9.50; £2.50, £2.10, £7.10. Ex: £47.10. Tricast: £1289.36. Trifecta: £367.80. CF: £48.73. NR: Imada, Man With Van. 5.05: 1 WEEBILL A Coleman (5-6 fav); 2 Bialco (11-8); 3 Expresstime (50-1). 6 ran. 7l; 25l. Olly Murphy. T: £1.80; £1.10, £1.10. Ex: £2.30. Trif: £10.20. CF: £2.25. NR: Left Back. 5.35: 1 MARTILOO H Brooke (5-2); 2 Ulis De Vassy (9-2); 3 Angus Milan (92). 5 ran (Rainy City 6-4 fav). 14l; 3/4l. Miss P Robson. T: £2.90; £1.80, £2.20. Ex: £12.20. Trif: £68.50. CF: £13.83. NR: Gold Opera, Lough Derg Jewel. 6.10: 1 FINAWN BAWN A Coleman (9-4); 2 Leather Belly (22-1); 3 Glinger Flame (15-8 fav). 10 ran. 8l; shd. Olly Murphy. T: £3.20; £1.20, £4.60, £1.40. Ex: £67.20. Trifecta: £145.90. CF: £57.15. NR: Lily’s Gem. P/POT: £123.30. Q/POT: £44.30 BATH Going: Good to firm (firm in places) 2.15: 1 SIGNORA CABELLO S De Sousa (11-4); 2 New Queen (8-1); 3 Queen Shaahd (7-2). 10 ran (Karalini 5-2 fav). 1/2l; nk. J J Quinn. T: £2.90; £2.40, £1.80, £1.10. Ex: £23.30. Trif: £84.60. CF: £24.38. NR: Quick. 2.50: 1 MOOROVERTHEBRIDGE O Murphy (3-1 fav); 2 Fantasy Justifier (18-1); 3 Spellmaker (25-1). 10 ran. 11/2l; 2l. Grace Harris. T: £3.80; £1.50, £4.40, £5.40. Ex: £65.30. Tricast: £1172.03. Trifecta: £720.80. CF: £56.02. NR: Hit The Lights, Prominna. 3.25: 1 CATHEADANS FURY F Norton (9-2); 2 Dreams Of Glory (10-3 fav); 3 Whispering Soul (9-1). 9 ran. 3 /4l; 1l. M Bosley. T: £4.70; £1.70, £2, £2.80. Ex: £23. Tricast: £128.70. Trifecta: £124. CF: £19.65. NR: Divine Call, Spirit of Zebedee. 4.00: 1 BARBILL C Bishop (5-1); 2 Ginger Nut (7-4 fav); 3 Five Amarones (7-2). 9 ran. 4l; 3/4l. M Channon. T: £6; £1.80, £1.10, £1.30. Ex: £16.30. Trif: £63.10. CF: £13.66. NR: Clevedon. 4.35: 1 TRICKSY SPIRIT C Bishop (92); 2 Kimifive (12-1); 3 Wafeer (3-1 fav). 8 ran. shd; nk. M Channon. T: £5.70; £1.90, £3.50, £1.30. Ex: £59.90. Tricast: £187.46. Trifecta: £304. CF: £56.05. NR: Bezos. 5.10: 1 SPOT LITE O Murphy (9-1); 2 Cent Flying (11-10 fav); 3 Rio Santos (12-1). 7 ran. ns; 1/2l. B Millman. T: £12; £5.40, £1.10. Ex: £28.80. Trifecta: £207.70. CF: £20.31. 5.45: 1 KING CRIMSON C Bishop (11-4 fav); 2 Met By Moonlight (7-1); 3 Mighty Zip (25-1). 9 ran. 1 / 2l; 3 / 4l. J Butler. T: £2.70; £1.30, £2.20, £4.60. Ex: £22. Tric: £397.64. Trif: £282.90. CF: £22.49. NR: Dramatic V, Fareeq. JACKPOT: Not won, £6,689.21 c/o. P/POT: £42.70. Q/POT: £7.10 BEVERLEY Going: Good to firm (good in places) 1.55: 1 ROCKIN ROY Daniel Tudhope (3-1 jtfav); 2 The Great Heir (4-1); 3 Zebzardee (8-1). 10 ran (Howzer Black 3-1 jtfav). 13/4l; 31/4l. A Watson. T: £3.60; £1.20, £2, £2.90. Ex: £19.90. Trifecta: £108.20. CF: £14.95. 2.30: 1 WASNTEXPECTINGTHAT P Hanagan (13-8 fav); 2 Big Ace (10-3); 3 Minas Gerais (8-1). 9 ran. 1/2l; nk. R Fahey. T: £2; £1.10, £1.50, £2.40. Ex: £7.20. Trifecta: £31. CF: £6.53. 3.05: 1 BAHUTA ACHA B Curtis (251); 2 Tiger Lyon (20-1); 3 Mosseyb (16-1). 10 ran (Big Brave Bob 5-2 fav). nk; 21/2l. D Loughnane. T: £30; £5.30, £4.20, £4.90. Ex: £772. Tric: £8184.53. Trifecta: £1859. CF: £442.95. 3.40: 1 NATURE BOY D Tudhope (61); 2 Hitman (10-1); 3 Relight My Fire (12-1); 4 Make On Madam (10-1). 16 ran (Tadaany 5-1 fav). 1 / 2l; 3l; nk. D O’Meara. T: £5.60; £1.80, £3.30, £2.20, £2.90. Ex: £70.30. Tricast: £742.70. Trif: £439.70. CF: £64.38. 4.15: 1 DETACHMENT Jane Elliott (7-2); 2 Jacbequick (11-4); 3 X Rated (5-2 fav). 8 ran. nk; 31/2l. J L Eyre. T: £4.10; £1.60, £1.50, £1.10. Ex: £14.10. Tric: £27.33. Trif: £42.60. CF: £13.64. 4.50: 1 SOCIETY RED P Hanagan (13-8 fav); 2 Areen Heart (5-2); 3 Dawaaleeb (3-1). 7 ran. nk; hd. R Fahey. T: £2.20; £1.20, £1.70. Ex: £6.10. Tric: £10.31. Trif: £15.40. CF: £5.96. NR: Boots And Spurs, Showboating, Zeshov. 5.25: 1 EXPENSIVE LIAISON Ben Curtis (5-4 fav); 2 Burgonet (6-1); 3 Rococo (11-4). 9 ran. shd; 2 1 / 2l. H Palmer. T: £1.80; £1.10, £1.60, £1.40. Ex: £9.80. Trifecta: £18.30. CF: £8.99. NR: Alexis Carrington. 6.00: 1 CHRISTMAS NIGHT Ben Robinson (16-1); 2 Ideal Candy (22-1); 3 Mearing (7-1). 15 ran (Bee Machine 9-2 fav). 2l; 1/2l. O Pears. T: £19.80; £4.50, £5.80, £3.10. Ex: £466.40. Tricast: £2761.80. Trifecta: £2302.30. CF: £344.12. NR: Luola. P/POT: £995.10. Q/POT: £254.80 KEMPTON Going: Good (good to firm in places) 1.45: 1 ESKENDASH R Johnson (6-5 fav); 2 Choix Des Armes (9-4); 3 Movie Set (5-2). 7 ran. 6l; 6l. Mrs P Sly. T: £1.80; £1.10, £1.80. Ex: £3.90. Trifecta: £5.50. CF: £4.03. 2.20: 1 AMOUR DE NUIT S TwistonDavies (5-6 fav); 2 Another Stowaway (9-4); 3 Wishfull Dreaming (3-1). 3 ran. 5l; 45l. P Nicholls. T: £1.40; Ex: £2.80. Trifecta: £2.70. CF: £3.11. 2.55: 1 SECRET INVESTOR S Twiston-Davies (5-4 fav); 2 Oakley Hall (5-2); 3 Always On The Ball (25-1). 5 ran. 8l; 31l. P Nicholls. T: £1.90; £1.10, £1.40. Ex: £4.40. Trifecta: £23.80. CF: £4.78. 3.30: 1 BUGSIE MALONE T Cannon (5-2 fav); 2 Minella Daddy (9-2); 3 Buster Thomas (7-2). 6 ran. 13/4l; nk. C Gordon. T: £3.30; £1.60, £2.80. Ex: £13.80. Trifecta: £36.40. CF: £13.44. NR: Vino Griego. 4.05: 1 FAINT HOPE L Heard (9-1); 2 Spin A Yarn (4-1 co fav); 3 Fixed Rate (8-1). 9 ran (Rothman 4-1 co fav, North Hill 4-1 co fav). 11/2l; 1l. Grace Harris. T: £11.20; £2.70, £1.70, £2.20. Ex: £59.70. Tricast: £301.55. Trifecta: £575.70. CF: £44.86. 4.40: 1 IMPERIAL PRESENCE R Johnson (7-2); 2 Ashoka (5-1); 3 Vaniteux (5-1). 8 ran (Peter The Mayo Man 5-2 fav). 7l; 17l. P Hobbs. T: £3.90; £1.20, £2, £2.60. Ex: £22.20. Tric: £86.73. Trif: £145.30. CF: £21.95. 5.15: 1 CANOODLE D Crosse (5-2); 2 Cascaye (10-1); 3 Grania O’Malley (92). 9 ran (Holly Flight 9-4 fav). 1l; 5l. H Morrison. T: £3.20; £1.10, £3.50, £1.90. Ex: £22.10. Tricast: £108.83. Trif: £99. CF: £26.83. NR: She’s Gina. P/POT: £50.20. Q/POT: £23.30 WINDSOR Going: Good to firm 2.00: 1 PORTO FERRO Sophie Ralston (3-1); 2 Desert Fox (7-2); 3 Winklemann (14-1). 7 ran (Baltic Prince 9-4 fav). 21/4l; 31/2l. J Bridger. T: £3.30; £1.50, £2.30. Ex: £14.50. Tricast: £115.81. Trifecta: £147.10. CF: £12.98. NR: All Or Nothin. 2.35: 1 ENGLISHMAN L Keniry (201); 2 Open Wide (6-1); 3 Delagate This Lord (7-2 fav). 10 ran. 1/2l; nk. J Bradley. T: £16.30; £4.80, £2.20, £2. Ex: £195.10. Tricast: £533.50. Trifecta: £440. CF: £136.91. NR: Blitz. 3.10: 1 VOI A Atzeni (7-2); 2 All My Love (13-2); 3 Tarte Tropezienne (5-4 fav). 5 ran. ns; 5l. C Allen. T: £3.50; £2.40, £2. Ex: £16.80. Trifecta: £64.80. CF: £24.45. 3.45: 1 NAYEL S Levey (8-1); 2 Come On Come On (9-4 fav); 3 Hollywood Road (12-1). 9 ran. nk; nk. R Hannon. T: £9.10; £3.40, £2.40, £1.40. Ex: £32.70. Tricast: £221.55. Trifecta: £695.30. CF: £26.89. NR: Ay Ay, Tomahawk Kid, Towerlands Park. 4.20: 1 MEDBURN DREAM A Atzeni (5-1); 2 Considered Opinion (9-2); 3 First Selection (5-2 fav). 8 ran. 23/4l; 3 /4l. P Hedger. T: £6.30; £1.20, £1.60, £1.90. Ex: £32.60. Tricast: £69.34. Trifecta: £51.80. CF: £27.78. 4.55: 1 EMPLOYER James Doyle (15-8 fav); 2 Armed (20-1); 3 Mutafani (16-1). 13 ran. 3/4l; hd. H Palmer. T: £2.30; £1.10, £6.70, £4.50. Ex: £55.30. Trifecta: £801.30. CF: £50.29. NR: Progressive Dawn. 5.30: 1 SILVER QUARTZ James Doyle (10-11 fav); 2 Bullingdon (10-3); 3 Birthright (14-1). 13 ran. 41/2l; 21/2l. H Palmer. T: £1.70; £1.10, £1.50, £4.10. Ex: £6.20. Trifecta: £31.60. CF: £3.80. NR: Brancaster. 6.05: 1 SPRING ROMANCE J Duern (9-2); 2 Kodiac Express (4-1 co fav); 3 Bobby’s Charm (4-1 co fav). 8 ran (Dreamboat Annie 4-1 co fav). 3/4l; 1/2l. D Ivory. T: £4.20; £1.70, £1.70, £1.70. Ex: £22.30. Tricast: £79.61. Trifecta: £55. CF: £24.17. P/POT: £60.50. Q/POT: £14.40 1089/1053AM • DAB Radio • App • talkSPORT.com WARWICK Going: good 1.30: 1 GORTROE JOE H Skelton (5-4 fav); 2 Lungarno Palace (4-1); 3 Mahlermade (15-2). 12 ran. 1/2l; 11l. D Skelton. T: £1.90; £1.10, £1.40, £2.40. Ex: £7.20. Trifecta: £23.40. CF: £5.85. NR: Javert. 2.05: 1 SIMPLY THE BETTS D Jacob (3-10 fav); 2 Amoola Gold (3-1); 3 Daylami Kirk (16-1). 11 ran. 8l; 12l. H Whittington. T: £1.20; £1.02, £1.10, £3.70. Ex: £2.20. Trif: £9.80. CF: £2.12. 2.40: 1 HARGAM R McLernon (7-2 jtfav); 2 Free Stone Hill (7-2 jtfav); 3 Windspiel (20-1). 10 ran. 5l; 13/4l. J J Quinn. T: £4.60; £1.50, £1.30, £7.30. Ex: £12.20. Tricast: £218.79. Trifecta: £360.30. CF: £17.48. 3.15: 1 EASY STREET R McLernon (16-1); 2 Pretty Reckless (7-1); 3 Gun Shy (20-1). 9 ran (Masterplan 10-3 fav). 7l; 12l. Jonjo O’Neill. T: £21.80; £5.10, £2, £6.40. Ex: £159.90. Tricast: £2239.37. Trifecta: £781.70. CF: £121.12. NR: Minella Scamp. 3.50: 1 BANDSMAN H Skelton (13-8 fav); 2 Innocent Touch (8-1); 3 Leapaway (14-1). 13 ran. 8l; 21/2l. D Skelton. T: £2.40; £1.40, £2.70, £5.20. Ex: £18.20. Tricast: £146.99. Trifecta: £272.80. CF: £15.39. 4.25: 1 CHATELIER J Nixon (8-1); 2 Druid’s Folly (11-2); 3 Red Tortue (10-1); 4 Be Daring (11-2). 16 ran (Xhale 9-2 fav). 1 / 2 l; 7l; 2 1 / 4 l. S Drinkwater. T: £10.70; £2.80, £1.60, £2.90, £1.70. Ex: £78.10. Tric: £463.52. Trif: £914.80. CF: £50.64. NR: Calarules, Comragh. 5.00: 1 RING MINELLA P Brennan (5-1); 2 Strawberry Spirit (16-1); 3 Indian Reel (8-1). 10 ran (Breaking Ground 11-4 fav). 1 / 2 l; 1 / 2 l. P Henderson. T: £6.60; £4.90, £2.40, £2.50. Ex: £148.70. Tric: £631. Trif: £623. CF: £77.76. 5.30: 1 HOO BALLY DIVA S Houlihan (9-2); 2 Hollow Park (5-2 fav); 3 Mauna Kea (7-1). 7 ran. 3/4l; 31/2l. R Buckler. T: £6.50; £2.90, £1.70. Ex: £16.60. Tric: £75.25. Trif: £85.90. CF: £15.94. NR: Snowball, Tailor Tom. P/POT: £38.40. Q/POT: £41.40 THE HOME OF LIVE FOOTBALL EXCLUSIVE COMMENTARIES 45 ABC: B-Brighton, E-Exeter, F-Fakenham, L-Ludlow, T-Thirsk Above Board 7.20E Accessallareas 6.30L Acclaim The Nation 3.55T Admiral’s Secret 7.20E Admiral’s Sunset 5.50E Agincourt Reef 7.30L Allow Dallow 6.30L Amanto 4.05B Amber Gambler 6.00L American History 4.05B Amethea 8.30L Amron Kali 4.15F Amuletum 4.05B Andalusite 3.35B Angel Of The North 2.20T Apache Song 4.15F Archimento 4.05B Arthur’s Queen 5.50E Ascendant 2.10F Astracad 6.00L Ateem 3.35B Atlantic Grey 7.30L Ayla’s Emperor 7.30L Baby Gal 4.35B Baby Ted 5.30L Bach De Clermont 7.00L Bajardo 6.30L Balgair 5.05B Ballyrock 6.50E Baratineur 8.00L Barn Hill 6.20E Bartholomeu Dias 3.20T Bashiba 3.55T Bbob Alula 2.30B Bea Ryan 2.20T Becca Campbell 4.05B Bengali Spirit 1.50T Bertie Lugg 6.00L Beyond Supremacy 6.20E Bidaaya 2.30B Big Fiddle 8.30L Billy My Boy 8.00L Black Caesar 3.35B Blackadder 2.10F Blackjackte’ssee 5.30L Blazing Dreams 1.50T Blazing Saddles 3.20T Blazon 8.00L Bogart 3.55T Bold Spirit 4.55T Bouncin Back 1.50T Bound For Glory 4.45F Boxer Beat 6.30L Brandy And Red 7.50E Bredon Hill Lad 7.20E Briery Bunny 8.30L Buckland Beau 5.25T Buster Moon 6.20E By The Boardwalk 6.00L Caliburn 3.20T Calvin’s Gal 3.00B Can Mestret 4.45F Cap Horner 3.45F Capla Demon 4.25T Captain Kissinger 4.35B Captain Simon 7.30L Casper King 7.20E Caulkin 4.45F Cavendish Place 4.25T Caviar D’Allen 2.40F Celtic Style 5.50E Champ 6.20E Cheeky Chica 8.30L Chimes Of Dylan 3.10F City Supreme 6.50E Classical Rock 2.10F Cold Weston 5.30L Colenso 3.20T Commodore Barry 6.20E Computable 3.55T Coningsby 6.50E Conna Cross 7.20E Contented 6.50E Court King 3.45F Crackle Lyn Rosie 8.30L Crafty Roberto 8.00L Creative Inerta 7.50E Daring Guest 5.05B Dark Mahler 7.20E Darlyn 5.30L Daveron 6.30L Diamond Guy 5.30L Diamond Rock 6.30L Discreet Hero 3.55T Djarkevi 5.30L Dolydaydream 3.00B Don Des Fosses 3.10F Dragon Beat 1.50T Dragon Tattoo 3.00B Dreamofdiscovery 5.25T Drift Rock 8.20E Dubai Dirham 5.50E Duc Kauto 5.30L Duke Of North 5.05B Dusky Raider 8.00L Earth Moor 8.20E Earth Spirit 8.20E Easter In Paris 2.40F Eau De Nile 7.30L Eddy 6.50E Edgar Allan Poe 5.25T Eltezam 3.35B Elysian Flyer 3.55T Emerald Rose 3.45F Equus Millar 8.00L Ericas Lad 6.20E Esspeegee 4.05B Excellent Team 8.00L Fairy Falcon 4.25T Fashion Theory 2.50T Fastman 1.50T Feathery 2.50T Fly To Mars 8.20E Flynnvincible 3.10F Following Breeze 3.00B Forever A Lady 2.50T Foxtrot Knight 2.00B Frank N Fair 3.45F Friday Night Light 6.50E Global Passion 2.30B Global Rhapsody 8.20E Goal 8.00L Golander 7.50E Gorgeous General 4.25T Gorsky Island 6.00L Grandad’s World 3.55T Great Beyond 3.20T Grey Diamond 8.20E Grove Silver 3.45F Haraz 5.05B Harry Hunt 6.00L Hatchet Jack 3.10F Hatem 2.10F Haylah 2.30B Hazamar 7.30L Hedgeinator 3.45F Hedonism 2.30B Helf 8.00L Here’s Bingo 6.20E Herringswell 2.20T Hidden Dream 4.35B Hinde Street 3.20T Hit And Run 8.00L Hop Maddocks 4.25T How About It 2.40F Iballisticvin 4.05B Innocent Girl 7.20E Irish Hawke 8.00L It’s Never Enough 4.25T Jackthej’rneyman 6.30L Jeremiah James 8.20E Join The Clan 6.50E Joyful Dream 4.35B Jully Les Buxy 6.50E Just A Sting 6.50E Just Midas 6.20E Kachumba 3.00B Katy P 6.50E Kauto The King 8.20E Kentford Heiress 6.50E Kentford Mallard 5.50E Kerry’s Boy 7.30L King Cool 2.40F King Spirit 6.30L Kings Lad 7.20E Lady Safeara 2.20T Liamba 4.25T Lincoln County 7.30L Lip Service 7.20E Liquid 3.55T Little Vic 3.10F Lord Clenaghcastle 3.35B Lorton 1.50T Lucky Deal 3.20T Lust For Glory 8.30L Lyford 3.00B Madam Devious 4.25T Makawee 2.20T Mango Chutney 5.25T Margie’s Choice 2.20T Mariah’s Legend 4.15F Marquis Of C’bas 7.20E Master Card 8.20E Master Workman 4.45F Max Forte 6.50E Maximum Power 2.30B Mazeo Lad 1.50T Melgate Magic 1.50T Menapian 6.20E Mercers Court 3.45F Midnight Guest 2.30B Midnight Macchiato 4.55T Midnight Mustang 2.40F Militia 4.25T Millen Dollar Man 2.40F Miss Sheridan 2.50T Mistress Massini 7.50E Mon Palois 6.50E Monbeg Legend 7.00L Mrs Miggins 5.50E Muatadel 3.55T Munthany 4.55T My Lady Grey 8.30L Myroundorurs 6.30L Mystic Meg 2.20T Mywayistheonlyway 5.25T Narjes 5.05B Navarra Princess 4.35B Nellemani 5.30L Net De Treve 8.20E Never Go Short 5.50E Next Exit 2.10F Nifty At Fifty 8.20E Nightfly 6.30L Nikki Steel 8.00L No Buts 3.45F Northern Beau 4.15F Nutini 5.05B Oborne Lady 5.50E Ocean Temptress 5.05B One Fine Morning 4.45F Orchard Thieves 6.20E Ormskirk 8.00L Out Of Style 6.20E Paco Escostar 4.25T Paddy The Stout 4.45F Palenville 2.50T Palmerston 4.55T Patrick 3.55T Pembroke House 6.00L Perfect Myth 8.30L Perfect Timing 7.20E Planetaria 4.55T Postbridge 2.40F Potters Hedger 3.10F Potters Midnight 4.15F Poyle Vinnie 3.55T Prezzie 3.00B Pride Of Angels 2.00B Private Cashier 2.20T Q Twenty Boy 2.30B Quick Monet 4.35B Quite Right 5.50E Racehorse 3.00B Rasheeq 3.55T Red Admirable 7.30L Red Four 4.15F Redeeming 4.25T Rhythm Is A Dancer 8.20E Ring Eye 7.30L Ripper Street 4.35B River Purple 6.30L River Rule 3.00B Rock Warbler 4.55T Rockpoint 6.20E Rose To Fame 8.30L Roundabout Magic 2.00B Rowley Park 8.20E Roy Rocket 4.05B Royale Django 6.00L Ruby Tiger 8.30L Rufio 8.20E Samson’s Reach 7.30L San Satiro 7.00L Sand Blast 4.45F Sarangoo 3.35B Scented Lily 7.30L Scrupuleux 6.20E Secret Escape 5.50E Serosevsky 6.20E Set List 3.45F Shanty Town 6.00L Sharp Operator 4.35B Sheila Tanist 8.30L Shinooki 3.45F Shiroccan Roll 8.20E Signore Piccolo 3.55T Silverturnstogold 3.00B Snowdon 2.20T Solar Princess 2.20T Solatentif 7.00L Some Kinda Lama 3.45F Soumei 2.30B Spike’s Princess 4.35B Spirit Of Belle 3.35B Spirit Of Mendip 5.50E St John’s 7.30L Step You Gaily 8.30L Still Believing 6.00L Stoney Cross 8.30L Storm Goddess 8.30L Strollawaynow 4.45F Sumkindofking 7.00L Tagur 5.25T Talk Of The South 3.45F Tallinski 3.55T Tarseekh 4.35B Tarsini 8.30L Tb Broke Her 6.00L Thama 3.00B That’s The Deal 2.40F The Final Whistle 8.00L The Lizard King 7.50E The Two Amigos 7.50E Theatre Mix 8.20E Tiger Trek 2.10F Tillythetank 5.50E Touchy Subject 3.10F Treat Yourself 4.45F Triple Chief 7.20E Truckers Highway 6.30L Twilight 2.20T Upavon 2.00B Victor Leudorum 6.00L Victory Command 1.50T Vive La Difference 5.25T Voodoo Doll 8.00L Walden Prince 6.30L War Whisper 3.55T Wardaddy 3.20T Washed Ashore 3.45F Wasm 4.55T Waterloo Warrior 6.50E Whitkirk 4.55T Whos De Baby 2.40F Wonderfillo 5.25T Woody Bay 5.25T Yeah Baby Yeah 2.50T Zarocco 8.30L Zero Grand 6.50E Zeshov 4.55T Zylan 3.55T GREYHOUND ROUND-UP SELECTIONS nNOTTINGHAM: 11.03 Kirkfields Wispa (nap) (1-6-3) 11.19 Brave Heart (nb) (4-6-1) 11.34 Rocketman Ron (4-2-5) 11.48 Salacres Biaritz (5-4-2) 12.04 Roscoes Jacob (6-1-3) 12.18 Salacres Canada (3-4-1) 12.32 Salacres Alaska (4-5-2) 12.47 Bellside Eddie (3-1-6) 1.04 Act Of Kindness (1-6-2) 1.19 Frosties Emma (6-3-2) 1.33 Alfies Legacy (14-2) 1.51 Lisnakill Gypsy (1-5-3) nKINSLEY: 11.11 Springwell Matty (1-4-5) 11.28 Ross Tom (6-5-3) 11.42 Angelito (2-56) 11.57 Manilla Rex (1-6-5) 12.12 Question Time (3-2-1) 12.27 Melwood Beauty (1-2-4) 12.42 Laugh N Tickle (nap) (1-5-4) 12.58 Battyford Evie (nb) (6-2-3) 1.12 Ross County (3-6-2) 1.27 Saratoga Wave (1-4-5) 1.44 Ashville Geenie (1-3-6) 1.58 Classy Fifi (6-21) nSUNDERLAND: 2.08 Triptych (1-2-3) 2.27 Malbay Duchess (2-1-4) 2.47 Shes Surreal (nap) (6-5-4) 3.07 Lisneal Grace (5-1-2) 3.28 Poolie Nathan (6-1-3) 3.48 Landgarve Oakley (2-6-5) 4.08 No News (1-4-3) 4.27 Ballyknock Fizz (6-2-1) 4.47 Macys Mucky Pup (2-6-1) 5.07 Archaton Silver (1-4-3) 5.22 Best Dancer (1-4-3) 5.38 Dark Aero (1-4-5) 5.56 Lisnakill Paudie (3-6-2) 6.11 Clancy Jack (nb) (6-2-1) nHOVE: 2.12 Brooklyn Babe (1-3-6) 2.32 Merchants Quay (nb) (3-1-4) 2.52 Hedsor Artie (2-3-6) 3.11 Liosgarbh All (2-4-3) 3.29 Clairekeith Rhia (3-5-4) 3.49 Farleyhill Mig (4-6-5) 4.09 Guinness Echo (3-1-4) 4.29 Astra Moon (nap) (5-3-6) 4.48 Heavy Byrne (6-2-1) 5.08 Alien Actor (6-4-5) 5.28 Seasons Minstrel (4-3-1) 5.44 Dream Cross (4-5-2) 6.02 Aero Saffron (1-5-3) 6.19 Fernandog Torres (3-6-2) nSHEFFIELD: 6.22 Bright Jada (3-2-6) 6.38 Skyfall Venom (nap) (5-3-2) 6.56 Thornwick Lad (nb) (3-5-1) 7.11 Kingdom Recruit (4-1-5) 7.26 Worsboro Zebo (3-5-1) 7.42 Swirling Stream (3-6-1) 7.58 Stanza (4-6-5) 8.13 Porterhouse (1-2-3) 8.28 Roxhill Mystique (15-3) 8.43 Geelo Zip (2-1-3) 8.58 Hollylake Fly (5-1-4) 9.14 Sherlock (3-4-5) 9.32 Popular Buster (3-6-5) 9.50 Deltic Sahara (1-3-4) RESULTS nSWINDON: 11.11 Arthurmyson 5-2 (2-3-4 BAGS F £18.67 TC £38.95). 11.28 Suirview Charlie 2-1f (4-6-3 £11.02 TC £33.99). 11.42 Brookend Lad 3-1 (6-1-2 £10.42 TC £36.89). 11.57 Forecast 3-1jt (4-1-3 £32.76 TC £93.51). 12.12 Abalones Girl 5-2 (2-1-4 £14.91 TC £48.64). 12.27 World Cup Willy 64f (2-5-1 £26.06 TC £106.20). 12.42 Hi Jack 7-1 (1-4-2 £44.31 TC £109.68). 12.58 Mohican Ennis 6-4f (1-3-4 £7.54 TC £0.00). 1.12 Cronas Owen 4-1 (2-3-4 £21.60 TC £61.64). 1.27 Gift of May 5-4f (3-5-1 £7.39 TC £19.98). 1.44 Stop Joking 2-1f (1-2-4 £9.70 TC £31.57). 1.58 Specks Dream 4-1 (1-2-3 £26.10 TC £64.18). Placer (1-6) £116.00, (7-12) £198.00. nPERRY BARR: 11.03 Mahogany Blaze 9-4 (4-3-1 BAGS F £9.91 TC £41.99). 11.19 Vale Flight 7-2 (2-3-1 £24.82 TC £109.31). 11.34 Bridgets Secret 9-4f (1-3-2 £9.12 TC £22.36). 11.48 Chaotic Eve 8-1 (2-4-6 £34.04 TC £98.19). 12.04 Lazy Game 7-4f (1-5-4 £7.79 TC £25.67). 12.18 Ballygibba Honey 4-1 (1-25 £23.26 TC £50.26). 12.32 Fortwilliam Liam 4-1 (6-4-1 £17.80 TC £0.00). 12.47 Chaotic Lizzie 2-1f (1-5-3 £11.44 TC £31.36). 1.04 Rustys Forest 7-2 (2-6-1 £24.29 TC £59.09). 1.19 Moneygall Lily 6-4f (5-2-6 £19.47 TC £75.13). 1.33 Telex Magic 7-1 (5-2-3 £45.88 TC £145.78). 1.51 Piemans Fizzbomb 4-1 (16-5 £18.04 TC £105.42). Placer (1-6) £95.70, (7-12) £224.00. nROMFORD: 2.12 Newlawn Simon 5-2f (2-15 BAGS F £15.04 TC £40.82). 2.32 Madabout Finn 4-1 (1-2-6 £17.41 TC £48.16). 2.52 Ardrahan Rock 9-2 (3-4-6 £26.28 TC £87.32). 3.11 Scarletts Boy 7-2 (3-4-6 £16.66 TC £49.06). 3.29 Slaneyside Buzby 7-4f (2-53 £10.46 TC £36.84). 3.49 Saleen Riley 7-2 (1-3-4 £12.27 TC £55.00). 4.09 Swift Homar 4-1 (4-6-2 £21.21 TC £63.02). 4.29 Chopchop Flossie 7-2 (1-2-4 £15.00 TC £52.75). 4.48 Chopchop Shirley 4-1 (6-4-3 £20.26 TC £68.30). 5.08 Dudleys Forever 9-2 (3-4-2 £28.76 TC £97.62). 5.28 Kincora Gizmo 9-4f (2-1-3 £10.87 TC £32.53). 5.44 Droopys Docket 3-1 (6-3-2 £13.35 TC £40.11). 6.02 Deano Mixa 8-1 (2-6-3 £57.05 TC £216.96). 6.19 Minglers Fun 11-4 (3-5-6 £19.64 TC £67.32). nSHEFFIELD: 2.08 Whinmoor Topsy 5-1 (12-3 BAGS F £19.82 TC £51.32). 2.27 Salems Eugenia 7-2 (4-2-5 £15.50 TC £61.91). 2.47 Some Team 2-1 (2-3-4 £6.38 TC £18.49). 3.07 Rewind Time 5-1 (1-5-6 £41.21 TC £102.04). 3.28 Zar Zar Gabor 6-4f (5-6-3 £7.93 TC £23.47). 3.48 Miss Sophierose Evensf (1-6-3 £5.06 TC £13.39). 4.08 Coney Caravaggio 9-4 (6-5-4 £7.40 TC £20.16). 4.27 Peekaboo Tammy 5-1 (2-1-3 £25.36 TC £69.86). 4.47 Wicky Millie 7-1 (1-2-3 £20.57 TC £82.18). 5.07 Blue Boy Hawk 7-2 (2-6-1 £10.74 TC £30.24). 5.22 Newlawn Paddy 7-2 (4-3-6 £21.74 TC £73.72). 5.38 Black Sparkle 4-1 (5-1-3 £22.32 TC £82.79). 5.56 Peekaboo Spot 5-2 (1-2-3 £6.87 TC £15.46). 6.11 Broomwell Domino 7-2 (3-4-2 £13.23 TC £47.62). Placer (1-6) £58.10, (9-14) £38.80. CHELSEA WEST HAM HUDDERSFIELD MANCHESTER UTD Exclusive coverage tomorrow from 7pm on talkSPORT Exclusive coverage Thursday from 7pm on talkSPORT 46 ............... Tuesday, May 8, 2018 THIRSK TEMPLEGATE 1GM GO ONLINE AT THESUN.CO.UK/SPORT/HORSERACING TOM PEPPER 1.50 ........................Bengali Spirit 1.50 ........................Bengali Spirit 2.20....................Mystic Meg (nb) 2.20 ...............................Makawee 2.50 .................................Feathery 2.50.......................Miss Sheridan 3.20 ..........................Hinde Street 3.20 ....................Blazing Saddles 3.55.....................................Bogart 3.55 .................................Rasheeq 4.25......................................Militia 4.25 ......................Hop Maddocks 4.55 ..............................Bold Spirit 4.55 ..............................Planetaria 5.25.....................Mango Chutney 5.25 ...............Dreamofdiscovery TEMPLEGATE’S TRIO: Scented Lily (Ludlow) and Mystic Meg (double, Thirsk) with Mango Chutney (Thirsk). TOM PEPPER’S DOUBLE: Set List (Fakenham) and Nutini (Brighton). SUNRATINGS’ NAP: SOLATENTIF (7.00 Ludlow). SIRIUS, Sun On Sunday, nap: BENGALI SPIRIT (1.50 Thirsk). nTIC-TAC: L-H, flat, oval of 1m 2f, with tight turns and a 4f run-in. 5-6f races run on the straight course. nDRAW: High best on straight. nLEADING TRAINERS (2013-2018): R Fahey 50-294, D O’Meara 30-228, T Easterby 28-353, M Dods 25-221. THIS SEASON: R Fahey 3, K Ryan 2, R Bastiman 2. nTOP JOCKEYS (2013-2018): P Mulrennan 41-270, D Tudhope 27-145, D Allan 25-218, G Lee 21-192. THIS SEASON: P Hanagan 3. nLONGEST TRAVELLER: Blazing Saddles (3.20). Round trip of 530 miles. nTRAINERFAX: T Easterby won the 3.55 in 2015, 2016 and 2017. nLIVE ON RUK 1.50 WISE BETTING AT RACINGUK.COM NOVICE AUCTION STAKES (Class 5); 2-y-o; £3,881; 5f. (9 runners) 1 (6) 22 BENGALI SPIRIT 15 R Fahey 9-2 ..................................... P Hanagan l99 2 (2) 7 BLAZING DREAMS 10 B Haslam 9-2...................................... C Hardie 86 3 (8) 6 BOUNCIN BACK 10 N Tinkler 9-2................................. L Edmunds (3) 85 4 (5) FASTMAN D O’Meara 9-2 ...................................................... D Tudhope — 5 (7) MAZEO LAD A Murphy 9-2.................................................... L De Souza — 6 (4) MELGATE MAGIC M W Easterby 9-2......................................... N Evans — 7 (9) VICTORY COMMAND M Johnston 9-2............................ P J McDonald — 8 (3) 3 DRAGON BEAT 17 T Coyle 8-11 .......................................... D Costello 92 9 (1) LORTON Julie Camacho 8-11............................................. P Mulrennan — BETTING: 11-8 Bengali Spirit, 11-4 Victory Command, 6 Fastman, 10 Dragon Beat WHERE FAVOURITES FINISHED: 5 1 2017: Guzman 9-2 T Hamilton 5-2 Fav (R Fahey) drawn 6, 9 ran. 2.20 BRITISH STALLION STUDS EBF MAIDEN FILLIES’ STAKES (4); 3-y-o; winner £5,822; 7f. (11 runners) 1 (7) 0 ANGEL OF THE NORTH 19 G Kelleway 9-0 ................... P J McDonald — 2 (5) BEA RYAN D Carroll 9-0............................................................... T Eaves — 3 (3) HERRINGSWELL H Spiller 9-0 .................................................. Doubtful — 4 (11) 0 LADY SAFEARA 19 C Fellowes 9-0..................................... S Donohoe 85 5 (8) MAKAWEE D O’Meara 9-0..................................................... D Tudhope — 6 (9) MARGIE’S CHOICE J Gosden 9-0 ............................................. R Havlin — 7 (1) 2- MYSTIC MEG 227 (BF) H Palmer 9-0.................................... D Brock l99 8 (4) 7 PRIVATE CASHIER 18 (HH) A Balding 9-0............................ M Dwyer 83 9 (10) 9- SNOWDON 241 M Dods 9-0............................................... P Mulrennan — 10 (6) 6 SOLAR PRINCESS 15 M Walford 9-0 .......................................... J Hart 71 11 (2) 0 TWILIGHT 11 T Easterby 9-0 ........................................................ D Allan — BETTING: 13-8 Mystic Meg, 9-4 Margie’s Choice, 6 Makawee, 12 Private Cashier WHERE FAVOURITES FINISHED and 2017: No corresponding race. 2.50 WATCH RACING UK IN STUNNING HD FILLIES’ HCAP (4); value to the winner £5,693; 1m. (6 runners) 1 (4) 63-4422 YEAH BABY YEAH 10 (P,T) G Kelleway 5-9-7 .............. P J McDonald 98 2 (6) 02-3302 FEATHERY 7 (T) C Fellowes 4-9-6....................................... S Donohoe 85 3 (2) 11252-6 FASHION THEORY 10 T Easterby 4-9-2 .................................... D Allan 89 4 (1) 26090-0 MISS SHERIDAN 15 (D) M W Easterby 4-9-1 ..................... H Shaw (5) 97 5 (5) 44437-7 FOREVER A LADY 4 K Dalgleish 5-8-12 ............................ J Fanning l99 6 (3) 3244-90 PALENVILLE 17 G Tuer 5-8-7 .................................................. A Mullen 90 BETTING: 5-4 Feathery, 11-4 Yeah Baby Yeah, 5 Miss Sheridan, 7 Fashion Theory, 8 Forever A Lady, 16 Palenville WHERE FAVOURITES FINISHED and 2017: No corresponding race. FORM over 1f out, 10th of 15 (well btn) to YEAH BABY YEAH (9-6) 11-1 stayed Gulf Of Poets (9-7) (Pontefract 1m on to chase winner inside final furhcap (4) £6,469 good to soft). long, btn 1l by Lady In Question (93) FASHION THEORY (9-2) 7-1 FOREVER A LADY (9-1) 25-1 weakened final 2f, 7th of 10 (btn 14l) to never on terms, last (btn 10l) (6 ran) Trading Point (10-4) (Musselburgh (Doncaster 7f hcap (4) £5,531 soft). 1m 1f hcap (4) £7,763 good to firm). FEATHERY (8-9) 8-1 led over 1f out, headed final 75 yards, kept on, hd PALENVILLE (9-2) 33-1 in rear, never a factor, 11th of 19 (btn 63/4l) to Mr by Red Tea (9-3) (6 ran) (Nottingham Orange (9-1) (Thirsk 6f hcap (5) 1m hcap (3) £16,172 soft). £4,528 good to soft). MISS SHERIDAN (8-4) 33-1 weakened 3.20 SUBSCRIBE TO RACING UK ON YOUTUBE NOVICE STAKES (3); 3-y-o; £9,704; 1m 4f. (8 runners) 1 (6) 343-15 BARTHOLOMEU DIAS 18 C Hills 9-8 .............................. P Hanagan l99 2 (5) 1 HINDE STREET 24 J Gosden 9-8............................................. R Havlin 87 3 (8) 31- LUCKY DEAL 166 M Johnston 9-8................................. P J McDonald 93 4 (4) 36 BLAZING SADDLES 17 R Beckett 9-2................................ D Tudhope 90 5 (3) 5 CALIBURN 19 H Palmer 9-2.................................................... J Gordon 81 6 (7) 0 COLENSO 15 A Balding 9-2 ...................................................... M Dwyer — 7 (2) 8- GREAT BEYOND 181 R Charlton 9-2................................. K Shoemark — 8 (1) WARDADDY K Dalgleish 9-2............................................... P Mulrennan — BETTING: 2 Hinde Street, 9-4 Bartholomeu Dias, 9-2 Blazing Saddles, 5 Lucky Deal, 10 Great Beyond, 14 Caliburn, 33 Colenso, Wardaddy WHERE FAVOURITES FINISHED and 2017: No corresponding race. BARTHOLOMEU DIAS (9-2) 7-2 every chance, one pace, 5th of 6 (well btn) to Rastrelli (9-5) (Newbury 11/4m (3) £9,960 good to soft). HINDE STREET (9-2) 25-1 led inside final furlong, ridden and ran on, bt Blame Culture (9-2) 1 1 / 2l (10 ran) (Lingfield 11/4m (5) £3,752 AW). LUCKY DEAL (9-2) 5-1 made all, kept on inside final furlong, held on well, bt Wissahickon (9-6) 2l (4 ran) (Chelmsford 11/4m (3) £9,704 AW). BLAZING SADDLES (9-5) 7-2 upset in stalls, towards rear, weakened over N BLE GOING: GOOD TO FIRM FORM 1f out, 6th of 20 (btn 14l) to Young Rascal (9-5) (Newbury 1m 3f mdn (3) £9,704 good to soft). CALIBURN (9-2) 50-1 close up, weakened 2f out, 5th of 8 (btn 14l) to Nordic Lights (9-9) (Newmarket 11/4m nov (4) £6,469 good). COLENSO (9-2) 16-1 11th of 14 (well btn) to Rock Eagle (9-2) (Windsor 11/4m nov (5) £3,752 good). GREAT BEYOND (9-5) 14-1 8th of 14 (43/4l) to Kinaesthesia (9-0) (Nott-ingham 1m mdn (5) £3,234 soft). WARDADDY Worthadd gelding. 3.55 WATCH RACING UK ON TALKTALK TV HANDICAP (4); value to the winner £5,693; 5f. (16 runners) 1 (12) -582024 POYLE VINNIE 15 (P;D) Mrs R Carr 8-9-8 ......................... J P Sullivan 88 2 (11) 03270-5 RASHEEQ 15 T Easterby 5-9-7 ................................................... D Allan 94 3 (7) 60/314- DISCREET HERO 253 (D) N Wilson 5-9-7 ............................ C Beasley 92 4 (5) -271100 ZYLAN 10 (P;D) Roger Fell 6-9-7 ................................ B Sanderson (7) 89 5 (15) 333300- BASHIBA 207 (T;D) N Tinkler 7-9-3 .............................. L Edmunds (3) 98 6 (4) 63577-7 PATRICK 38 (D) P Midgley 6-9-2 ...................................... P Mulrennan 94 7 (14) 48603-5 SIGNORE PICCOLO 11 (H;D) D Loughnane 7-9-2 ................. B Curtis 96 8 (8) 237435- MUATADEL 197 (D) R Fell 5-9-1.......................................... T Hamilton 95 9 (1) 23-4196 LIQUID 26 (CD) T D Barron 4-9-1 ................................... P J McDonald 91 10 (9) 37540-2 ELYSIAN FLYER 19 (CD) P Midgley 6-9-0 ................................... G Lee 93 11 (3) 755330- TALLINSKI 210 (D) B Ellison 4-8-13 ............................. B Robinson (5) 95 12 (13) 609-723 BOGART 12 (P,T;BF,D) K Ryan 9-8-13.................................. T Eaves l99 13 (16) 1/2860- COMPUTABLE 262 (D) T Easterby 4-8-12 ............... R Richardson (3) 85 14 (6) 38889-4 WAR WHISPER 36 (D) P Midgley 5-8-9................................. J Fanning 85 15 (10) 9/16-54 ACCLAIM THE NATION 15 (PH;D) E Alston 5-8-8 ..................... J Hart 86 16 (2) 76429-7 GRANDAD’S WORLD 12 (D) R Fahey 6-8-8 ....................... P Hanagan 97 BETTING: 11-2 Elysian Flyer, 6 Bogart, 7 Rasheeq, Poyle Vinnie, 8 Muatadel, 10 Signore Piccolo, 14 Grandad’s World, Patrick, Discreet Hero, Liquid WHERE FAVOURITES FINISHED: 1 0 6 0 1-3 2017: Excessable 4-9-0 D Allan 7-2 JtFav (T Easterby) drawn 7, 9 ran. POYLE VINNIE (8-8) 10-1 kept on final furlong, 4th of 14 (btn 3l) to Foolaad (9-4) RASHEEQ (8-7) 16-1 rear, stayed on final furlong, 5th (btn 3l) ZYLAN (8-9) 33-1 weakened over 1f out, 13th (btn 11l) (Pontefract 5f hcap (2) £15,398 good to soft). DISCREET HERO (8-12) 4-1 every chance, ran on final furlong, 4th of 7 (btn 2l) to Midnight Malibu (8-9) (Epsom 5f hcap (2) £12,450 good). ZYLAN (8-5) 50-1 mid-division, weakened halfway, last of 13 (well btn) to Gin In The Inn (8-2) (Ripon 6f hcap (2) £13,695 good to soft). RASHEEQ (9-1) 6-1 chased leaders far side, faded inside final furlong, 7th of 20 (btn 5l) to East Street Revue (9-3) BOGART (8-9) 25-1 faded last 75 yards, 9th (btn 51/2l) BASHIBA (87) 16-1 faded, 10th (btn 7l) (20 ran) (York 5f hcap (3) £12,450 good). PATRICK (9-4) 12-1 handy, chance 2f out, weakened final furlong, 7th of 8 (btn 63/4l) to Repton (9-3) (Kempton 6f hcap (4) £6,469 AW). SIGNORE PICCOLO (9-2) 12-1 chased leaders, no impression, 5th of 16 (btn 3 1 / 2l) to Sheepscar Lad (9-0) (Doncaster 5f hcap (4) £5,531 soft). MUATADEL (9-1) 7-1 slowly away in rear, kept on final furlong, 5th of 10 (btn 3 1 / 4 l) to Van Gerwen (8-11) (Pontefract 5f hcap (4) £5,175 soft). POYLE VINNIE (9-7) 11-1 rear, ridden 4.25 inside final furlong, kept on, btn 2l by Tavener (8-9) LIQUID (8-11) 7-1 in touch, one pace final furlong, 6th (btn 23/4l) (7 ran) (Chelmsford 5f hcap (3) £9,704 AW). ELYSIAN FLYER (9-5) 10-1 stayed on to chase winner final furlong, always held, btn 11/4l by Lydiate Lady (8-9) (15 ran) (Ripon 5f app hcap (4) £5,693 soft). TALLINSKI (9-4) 9-2 faded, 10th of 14 (btn 5 1 / 4l) to Landing Night (9-4) (Newcastle 5f hcap (4) £4,690 AW). BOGART (10-2) 7-2 fav led 1f out, headed run-in, kept on, 3rd of 15 (btn 4l) to Rapid Applause (10-1) GRANDAD’S WORLD (9-12) 14-1 kept on, 7th (btn 6l) (Beverley 5f hcap (5) £4,033 good). SIGNORE PICCOLO (9-0) 11-1 faded final furlong, 8th of 13 (btn 71/4l) to Desert Law (9-2) BASHIBA (8-11) 92 faded last 100 yards, 11th (93/4l) COMPUTABLE (8-6) 25-1 never a factor, 12th (12l) (13 ran) (Doncaster 5f hcap (3) £7,763 good). WAR WHISPER (9-6) 6-1 no extra inside final furlong, 4th of 9 (btn 31/4l) to Bosham (8-6) (W’hampton 5f hcap (5) £3,752 AW). ACCLAIM THE NATION (8-12) 3-1 soon one pace, 4th of 8 (btn 41/4l) to Rebecca Rocks (9-0) (Windsor 5f hcap (4) £5,531 good). ‘IRISH DAY’ AT THIRSKRACES SATURDAY 19TH MAY MAIDEN STAKES (5); £3,881; 5f. (11 runners) NEXT MEETING AT THIRSKRACES THIS SATURDAY HANDICAP (DIV 1) (5); £3,752; 1m. (9 runners) 1 (5) 69590-6 PALMERSTON 12 (CD) M Fife 5-9-7 .................................... D Costello 97 2 (9) 2-67411 BOLD SPIRIT 11 (T) D Carroll 7-9-6 .................................. G O’Neill (5) 94 3 (2) 35-0653 ZESHOV 12 (P;D) R Bastiman 7-9-4................................. D Tudhope l99 4 (8) 62097-8 MIDNIGHT MACCHIATO 123 (C) D Brown 5-9-4........................ G Lee 93 5 (4) 48368-0 WASM 17 Mrs R Carr 4-9-1.................................................. J P Sullivan 98 6 (1) 0026-54 PLANETARIA 47 (D) J Camacho 5-9-0 ............................ P Mulrennan 85 7 (3) 135790- WHITKIRK 185 (D) J O’Keeffe 5-8-13..................................... J Garritty 97 8 (6) 3748-79 ROCK WARBLER 17 (H,T;D) O Greenall 5-8-13 ................ P Hanagan 93 9 (7) 45334-0 MUNTHANY 13 T Easterby 4-8-12.............................................. D Allan 94 BETTING: 11-4 Bold Spirit, 9-2 Planetaria, 6 Whitkirk, 7 Zeshov, 8 Munthany, Palmerston, 10 Midnight Macchiato, Rock Warbler, 14 Wasm WHERE FAVOURITES FINISHED and 2017: No corresponding race. 5.25 And there are question marks as to whether John Gosden’s star will be able to defend her Arc crown. Enable won five Group 1 races on the trot last season, signing off with a sensational performance to win the Arc De Triomphe. Yet she will miss her intended seasonal return in the June 1 Coronation Cup and all bets are off with regards to when - or if she will be back on track. Teddy Grimthorpe, racing manager to Enable’s owner Khalid Abdullah, said: “Enable has met with a setback in training. She has some filling in her knee which is being fully investigated. “The advice we have is FORM 1 (2) IT’S NEVER ENOUGH J174 J Ewart 4-9-12 ...................... P Mulrennan — 2 (1) 70- REDEEMING 262 E Alston 4-9-12 .................................................. J Hart — 3 (11) 362 CAPLA DEMON 8 (BH) G Kelleway 3-9-3 ............................... Doubtful 97 4 (3) 99- CAVENDISH PLACE 279 D Brown 3-9-3.................................... T Eaves — 5 (8) 99 GORGEOUS GENERAL 19 L Mullaney 3-9-3 .......................... J Garritty — 6 (6) 53 HOP MADDOCKS 8 T D Barron 3-9-3 ...................................... B Curtis 71 7 (9) 3433- MILITIA 182 (BF) R Fahey 3-9-3........................................ P Hanagan l99 8 (5) FAIRY FALCON B Smart 3-8-12 ............................................ D Tudhope — 9 (4) 5-5 LIAMBA 11 D O’Meara 3-8-12.................................................... S James — 10 (7) MADAM DEVIOUS R Cowell 3-8-12........................................... R Havlin — 11 (10) 202- PACO ESCOSTAR 210 P Midgley 3-8-12 ............................... C Hardie 98 BETTING: 15-8 Militia, 4 Fairy Falcon, 6 Madam Devious, 7 Paco Escostar WHERE FAVOURITES FINISHED: 1 1 2017: Savannah’s Dream 3-9-0 D Tudhope 10-11 Fav (D O’Meara) 1, 4 ran. 4.55 Arc heroine crocked By STEVE JONES WONDER filly Enable has a knee injury and that, given reasonable cirwill not run at Epsom cumstances, she should be or Royal Ascot. ready to run in August as NEXT MEETING AT THIRSKRACES THIS SATURDAY HANDICAP (DIV 2) (5); £3,752; 1m. (9 runners) 1 (4) 751603- MYWAYISTHEONLYWAY 221 G Tuer 5-9-7 ........................ C Beasley 97 2 (6) 2222-27 WONDERFILLO 89 D O’Meara 4-9-6................................... D Tudhope 85 3 (9) 44622-0 EDGAR ALLAN POE 17 (D) R Bastiman 4-9-4 ................. P Dennis (3) 94 4 (1) 31128-2 MANGO CHUTNEY 9 (C) J J Davies 5-9-3 ............................... P Makin 92 5 (8) 82324-3 VIVE LA DIFFERENCE 11 T Easterby 4-9-2....................... D Fentiman 94 6 (3) 06738-3 WOODY BAY 41 (D) M Walford 8-9-0........................................ J Hart l99 7 (7) -239118 TAGUR 45 (P;D) K Ryan 4-8-13 ................................................. T Eaves 91 8 (5) 5-52063 BUCKLAND BEAU 27 (P) C Fellowes 7-8-13 .................... A Beech (7) 98 9 (2) 33155-1 DREAMOFDISCOVERY 41 (D) J Camacho 4-8-8 .............. P Hanagan 88 BETTING: 7-2 Mango Chutney, 4 Dreamofdiscovery, 5 Buckland Beau, Vive La Difference, 8 Wonderfillo, 10 Tagur, Mywayistheonlyway, 12 Woody Bay WHERE FAVOURITES FINISHED and 2017: No corresponding race. EACH-WAY THIEF HAVE an each-way double at Thirsk. LUCKY DEAL (3.20) was impressive at Chelmsford and is clearly held in high regard as he already holds a Queen's Vase entry. Pair him with ultra-consistent VIVE LA DIFFERENCE (5.25). FAKENHAM 2.10 1 2 3 4 5 6 1117/046987823480- GOING: GOOD CONDITIONAL SELLING HURDLE (Class 5); £4,159; 2m. (6 runners) TEMPLEGATE 2.10 ...........................................................Tiger Trek 2.40..............................................Millen Dollar Man 3.10......................................................Hatchet Jack 3.45.....................................................Emerald Rose 4.15................................................Mariah’s Legend 4.45 ..............................................Master Workman ASCENDANT 53 (CD) J Farrelly 12-11-12....... P Cowley BLACKADDER 26 M Gillard 6-10-12 ............ H Stock (3) HATEM F24 (B) N Littmoden 5-10-12............. F Gregory NEXT EXIT 133 (T) J Cornwall 13-10-12...... M Kendrick TIGER TREK 320 (P;D) R Newland 9-10-12 C Hammond (6) CLASSICAL ROCK 107 (BH) D P Quinn 4-10-8... T Cheesman Ascendant l 99, Hatem 88. 5-4 Tiger Trek, 6-4 Ascendant, 9-2 Hatem, 25 Classical Rock 2.40 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 025045P69532P266P72P4333622- HANDICAP CHASE (5); winner £4,809; 2m 5f. (9 runners) TOM PEPPER CAVIAR D’ALLEN 43 (BF) C Williams 6-12-2 .............. J Bowen (3) HOW ABOUT IT 43 (P;D) A Dunn 9-11-12... Mr J Smith-Maxwell (7) POSTBRIDGE 106 (T) S Humphrey 7-11-9.......... Mr R Collinson (7) KING COOL 37 (T,VH) G L Moore 7-11-7... Jamie Moore WHOS DE BABY 216 (P) S-J Davies 10-11-6 .. C Hammond (7) THAT’S THE DEAL 14 (CD) J Cornwall 14-11-4.. B Poste EASTER IN PARIS 91 (D) P Henderson 9-11-0... T J O’Brien MIDNIGHT MUSTANG 14 (P) A Martin 11-10-6............. C Deutsch MILLEN DOLLAR MAN 14 (B) A Dunn 9-10-4 .. R McLernon 2.10 ..................................................................Hatem 2.40.............................................................King Cool 3.10......................................................Flynnvincible 3.45 ....................................................SET LIST (nap) 4.15 ......................................................Apache Song 4.45 .......................................................Can Mestret Millen Dollar Man l 99, Midnight Mustang 98. nTIC-TAC: Left-handed, undulating, tight track of 1m, with six fences to a circuit and a 250yd run-in. nLEADING TRAINERS WITH RUNNERS (2013-2018): L Wadham 20-73, D Skelton 1762, Olly Murphy 15-48, N King 13-85. nTOP JOCKEYS WITH RIDES (2013-2018): Miss G Andrews 10-25, J Quinlan 9-95, T J O’Brien 7-38, H Bannister 6-17. nLONGEST TRAVELLER: Court King (3.45) trained at Haverfordwest. Round trip of 678 miles. nTRAINERFAX: J Cornwall won the 2.40 in 2012 and 2017. nFIRST RUN SINCE WIND OP: Postbridge (2.40), Don Des Fosses (3.10). nLIVE ON ATR 3 Millen Dollar Man, 4 Midnight Mustang, 6 King Cool 3.10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0421147342339P/ 272093- MAIDEN HURDLE (4); winner £5,458; 2m 4f. (7 runners) CHIMES OF DYLAN 18 N King 5-11-2 ............ H Teal (7) DON DES FOSSES 105 (BF) W Greatrex 5-11-2. H Bannister FLYNNVINCIBLE 89 O Murphy 7-11-2 ..... F Gregory (5) HATCHET JACK 38 (BF) P Henderson 6-11-2 T J O’Brien LITTLE VIC 535 A Murphy 7-11-2 .................... J Quinlan POTTERS HEDGER 27 (P) L Wadham 6-11-2 J Sherwood (3) TOUCHY SUBJECT 29 J Davis 5-11-2. Miss P Fuller (5) Hatchet Jack l 99, Potters Hedger 87. 9-4 Hatchet Jack, 5-2 Chimes Of Dylan, 4 Flynnvincible 3.45 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 33P4P5700333274575213P7741521111P65P472- HANDICAP CHASE (3); winner £19,754; 3m 5f. (13 runners) COURT KING 157 (H;BF) P Bowen 7-11-12 .... S Bowen SET LIST 18 D Skelton 9-11-10 ...................... D England SOME KINDA LAMA 93 (BH,T) C Mann 7-11-9. H Bannister EMERALD ROSE 45 (P;C) J S Smith 11-11-6... M Grant WASHED ASHORE 89 Jonjo O’Neill 7-11-5 R McLernon NO BUTS 23 D Bridgwater 10-11-4............... H Stock (5) CAP HORNER 23 J W Mullins 6-11-4........... A Thornton MERCERS COURT 16 (C) N King 10-11-4 Miss G Andrews (3) GROVE SILVER 30 (V;BF) J Candlish 9-11-3. S Quinlan HEDGEINATOR 116 (P) C Williams 8-11-3. J Bowen (3) TALK OF THE SOUTH 38 (BF,D) P Henderson 9-10-11 T J O’Brien SHINOOKI 18 (P;C) A Hales 11-10-9 ............. C Deutsch FRANK N FAIR 23 Z Davison 10-10-6 . Miss P Fuller (5) Shinooki l 99, Emerald Rose 98, Frank N Fair 97. 4 Hedgeinator, 6 Cap Horner, 8 Grove Silver, Court King H SEAN LEVEY is still in dreamland after riding 66-1 shot Billesdon Brook to 1,000 Guineas glory. He said: “To win a Group 1 is massive for me. I still have to pinch myself it actually happened!” a preparation for the Arc.” Enable had been as short as 4-7 for the Epsom Group 1 next month. The shock news means Gosden’s other superstar Cracksman has been cut to 11-4 favourite from 9-2 for the Arc by Ladbrokes who pushed Enable out to 4-1. Aidan O’Brien’s brilliant 2,000 Guineas hero Saxon Warrior - evens to win the Derby - is next at 8s. Ladbrokes’ Nicola McGeady said: “Everyone hopes Enable will come back fighting fit and ready for the Arc. “However news of the setback spread fast and we have seen more money for Cracksman. He is the new favourite for Longchamp.” 4.15 1 2 3 4 5 6 B105433172P00P9P/5- MARES HANDICAP HURDLE (4); winner £5,458; 2m 4f. (6 runners) APACHE SONG 19 J Eustace 5-12-1 .......... H Bannister MARIAH’S LEGEND 19 (P) A Murphy 6-11-12. J Quinlan POTTERS MIDNIGHT 38 (C) L Wadham 8-11-12 J Sherwood (3) NORTHERN BEAU 19 (P) M Scudamore 5-11-2 .... B Poste AMRON KALI 29 (T;CD) P Henderson 8-10-12 T J O’Brien RED FOUR 28 (P) S-J Davies 8-10-9..... C Hammond (7) Mariah’s Legend l 99, Apache Song 98, Potters Midnight 97. 9-4 Apache Song, 5-2 Mariah’s Legend, 3 Potters Midnight, 11-2 Northern Beau, 14 Amron Kali, 16 Red Four 4.45 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 P124P213652-1 /35211UP332FPU2- HUNTER CHASE (6); winner £2,365; 3m. (9 runners) MASTER WORKMAN 16 (P;CD) D Kemp 12-12-8 Mr D Peters (7) TREAT YOURSELF 12 M Bentham 11-12-4 Mr R Collinson (7) BOUND FOR GLORY 26 (T) D F-Peyton 12-12-0. Miss H Lewis (5) CAN MESTRET 9 (C) S Andrews 11-12-0 Miss G Andrews CAULKIN 16 (C) J Whyte 15-12-0 ......... Miss A Peck (7) ONE FINE MORNING 31 T Clover 12-12-0. Mr C Clover (7) PADDY THE STOUT 17 (T) L Humphrey 13-12-0 Mr L Humphrey (7) SAND BLAST 16 (P,T) B Dowling 7-12-0. Miss C Williamson (3) STROLLAWAYNOW 54 (D) D Arbuthnot 11-12-0 Mr B Shaw (7) Bound For Glory l 99, Can Mestret 93. 11-4 Sand Blast, 4 Master Workman, 5 Can Mestret 1GM Tuesday, May 8, 2018 ............... . . . AND FOLLOW US ON TWITTER @SUNRACING GOING: GOOD TO FIRM (GOOD IN PLACES) EXETER BRIGHTON 2.00 BET ONLINE NOW! STARSPORTS.BET HANDICAP (Class 5); winner £3,752; 5f. (4 runners) 1 (2) 3-83213 UPAVON 33 (CD) A Carroll 8-9-7................................................ A Kirby 98 2 (4) 731-231 PRIDE OF ANGELS 24 G L Moore 5-9-7 ............................... H Crouch 95 3 (3) 88-4621 FOXTROT KNIGHT 6 (D) R Carr 6-9-0.............................. J Elliott (5) l99 4 (1) 1-76184 ROUNDABOUT MAGIC 8 (D) S Dow 4-8-11......................... N Mackay 97 BETTING: 6-5 Foxtrot Knight, 9-4 Pride Of Angels, 4 Upavon, 7 Roundabout Magic WHERE FAVOURITES FINISHED: 1 2 2017: Taajub 10-9-2 D Sweeney 7-2 (P Crate) drawn 1, 4 ran. 2.30 CALL STAR SPORTS ON 08000 521 321 NOVICE STAKES (5); winner £3,752; 5f. (9 runners) 1 (8) 22717- GLOBAL PASSION 229 (D) C Hills 3-9-9 ................................ G Mosse 93 2 (7) BIDAAYA F Bishop 5-9-6 ............................................................ J F Egan — 3 (3) 38- BBOB ALULA 244 W G M Turner 3-9-2 ................................... L Morris 86 4 (4) MAXIMUM POWER T Pinfield 3-9-2 ......................................... J Haynes — 5 (2) 45 Q TWENTY BOY 33 M Usher 3-9-2 ................................... J Watson (5) 85 6 (5) 5 SOUMEI 47 E Walker 3-9-2 .................................................. P Cosgrave 81 7 (6) 525-4 HAYLAH 34 R Hannon 3-8-11................................................. S Levey l99 8 (9) 5- HEDONISM 231 (HH) H Candy 3-8-11 ...................................... F Berry 89 9 (1) 36- MIDNIGHT GUEST 158 G Margarson 3-8-11 ........................ T Queally 82 BETTING: 6-4 Haylah, 3 Hedonism, 4 Global Passion, 8 Soumei, 12 Midnight Guest WHERE FAVOURITES FINISHED and 2017: No corresponding race. 3.00 FOLLOW US ON TWITTER AT STARSPORTS_BET HANDICAP (6); 3-y-o; £3,105; 7f. (11 runners) 1 (3) 736-57 KACHUMBA 34 R Guest 9-9 .............................................. S Woods (7) 93 2 (11) 45-9 RACEHORSE 20 H Morrison 9-7 ........................................ S De Sousa 92 3 (10) 4960- PREZZIE 223 W Muir 9-4 ............................................................ F Berry 85 4 (7) 8-709 THAMA 28 (B,TH) I G-Leveque 9-3 ...................................... D Muscutt 87 5 (9) 86-846 SILVERTURNSTOGOLD 32 (BF) N Mulholland 9-3 ................. A Kirby 93 6 (5) 5500-93 LYFORD 13 (BH) S Kirk 9-1 ...................................................... L Keniry 91 7 (6) 695-56 RIVER RULE 55 A Carroll 8-12 ................................................. L Morris 98 8 (1) 628-520 FOLLOWING BREEZE 18 J Boyle 8-10 ................................. H Doyle l99 9 (8) 006-7 CALVIN’S GAL 7 J Ryan 8-10................................................. J Mitchell 85 10 (4) 90-7460 DRAGON TATTOO 25 (P) Mrs L Jewell 8-9 .......................... W Cox (5) 97 11 (2) 080-28 DOLYDAYDREAM 34 P Phelan 8-8................................. C Bennett (3) 89 BETTING: 2 Silverturnstogold, 10-3 Racehorse, 7 Dolydaydream, 8 Kachumba WHERE FAVOURITES FINISHED and 2017: No corresponding race. 3.35 STARSPREADS.COM HANDICAP (4); value to winner £5,531; 1m. (7 runners) 1 (6) 73911-1 SPIRIT OF BELLE 25 (B;D) P Cole 4-10-2............................ R Da Silva 85 2 (5) 211275- LORD CLENAGHCASTLE 219 (CD) G L Moore 4-10-0 ....... H Crouch 88 3 (7) 60-0751 BLACK CAESAR 7 (C) P Hide 7-9-13(6ex)....................... J Watson (5) 98 4 (1) 5-24557 ELTEZAM 14 A Perrett 5-9-9....................................................... A Kirby 97 5 (3) 943848- SARANGOO 231 (C) M Saunders 10-9-1 ............................... G Cox (3) 88 6 (2) 107-813 ANDALUSITE 14 (V;CD) J Gallagher 5-9-0 ........................... D Probert 86 7 (4) 4347-22 ATEEM 24 R Hannon 3-9-0 ..................................................... S Levey l99 BETTING: 9-4 Ateem, 7-2 Spirit Of Belle, 4 Black Caesar, 6 Lord Clenaghcastle WHERE FAVOURITES FINISHED: 2 2017: Morning Suit 3-9-3 S De Sousa 4-1 (M Johnston) drawn 7, 6 ran. FORM 11/4m hcap (5) £3,752 good to firm). SPIRIT OF BELLE (9-1) 12-1 ran on, bt Oud Metha Bridge (9-2) 3/4l (14 ran) SARANGOO (8-3) 20-1 ost place over 3f out, last of 8 (btn 15l) to Berkshire (Kempton 1m hcap (4) £6,469 AW). Boy (9-2) (Chepstow 7f hcap (4) LORD CLENAGHCASTLE (8-10) 6-1 £5,175 good to soft). last of 5 (btn 16l) to Heatongrad (8-7) (Epsom 1m hcap (3) £9,338 heavy). ANDALUSITE (8-9) 7-1 led until run-in, 3rd of 7 (btn 2l) to Hedging (9-0) BLACK CAESAR (9-4) 7-2 jt fav made BLACK CAESAR (8-12) 12-1 faded all, ridden when hard pressed 1f final furlong, 5th (btn 81/4l) (Brighton out, gamely, just held on, bt Duke Of 7f hcap (4) £5,531 good to firm). North (8-1) sh hd (7 ran) (Brighton 7f ATEEM (9-2) 4-1 led, quickened 2 hcap (5) £3,752 good to soft). lengths clear final furlong, headed ELTEZAM (9-9) 6-1 close up, ridden 2f near finish, hd by Mesquite (8-11) (8 out, weakened 1f out, 7th of 8 (btn ran) (Lingfield 7f (5) £3,752 AW). 11l) to Derek Duval (9-8) (Brighton BRIAN HUGHES, runner-up to Richard Johnson in the jump jockey title race the last two years, believes his new job as No1 to Donald McCain will boost his championship chances. The jockey said: “I am delighted to be joining the yard. It can only help my goal of winning the title.” TEMPLEGATE SCENTED LILY (nap) is H not to be sniffed at in Ludlow’s 7.30. She improved when fitted with a hood for the first time on her handicap debut at Market Rasen in March. That was her first run over 2m4f and she will love to see some sun. YOU don’t have to look into the future to see MYSTIC MEG (2.20 Thirsk, nb) has a great chance. Her only start to date came when second to the smart Magic Lily who went on to place in the Group 1 Fillies' Mile. That maiden looks strong and she is the type to have improved over the winter. MANGO CHUTNEY (5.25 Thirsk, treble) looks tasty. He flew home on his seasonal reappearance to finish second, beaten just a head. Off the same mark and at a track where he has gone well at before he should be bang there. H H TEMPLEGATE 2.00.......................Foxtrot Knight 2.30 ...................................Soumei 3.00 .............................Racehorse 3.35 .....................................Ateem 4.05 .............................Esspeegee 4.35 .....................Sharp Operator 5.05.................Ocean Temptress 2.00 .....................Pride Of Angels 2.30...............................Hedonism 3.00 .................Silverturnstogold 3.35.........................Black Caesar 4.05 ...................................Amanto 4.35 .................................Baby Gal 5.05..............................Nutini (nb) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 nTIC-TAC: Left-handed, undulating, horseshoe-shaped course of 1m 4f, with a 3f 110yds run-in. nDRAW: Low best in sprints. nLEADING COURSE TRAINERS (20132018): G L Moore 34-205, R Hannon 27-122, A Carroll 26-161, P Hide 17-72. THIS SEASON: A Carroll 2. nTOP TRACK JOCKEYS (2013-2018): L Morris 32-190, A Kirby 28119, S De Sousa 28-129, D Probert 24-121. THIS SEASON: J Watson 31. nLONGEST TRAVELLER: Foxtrot Knight (2.00) trained at Stillington. Round trip of 572 miles. nFIRST RUN SINCE WIND OP: None. nLIVE ON ATR 4.05 VISIT OUR SHOP STAR SPORTS MAYFAIR CLASSIFIED STAKES (6); winner £3,105; 1m. (10 runners) 5.05 STAR SPORTS ENGLISH GREYHOUND DERBY 2018 HANDICAP (5); winner £3,752; 7f. (7 runners) 1 (7) 71414-6 OCEAN TEMPTRESS 14 (PH;CD) J Ryan 4-9-8..................... L Morris 92 2 (4) 577232- BALGAIR 188 (BF,D) T Clover 4-9-7................................... P Cosgrave 86 3 (2) 240-748 DARING GUEST 27 (D) G Margarson 4-9-6 ........................ J Elliott (5) 85 4 (5) 362-389 NARJES 53 (H) L Mongan 4-9-4........................................ J Watson (5) 98 5 (1) 72133-5 NUTINI 15 M Saunders 5-9-0 .................................................... L Keniry 97 6 (6) 7944124 HARAZ 27 (B,H) P Butler 5-8-12 ..................................... C Shepherd l99 7 (3) 44608-2 DUKE OF NORTH 7 (C,D) J Boyle 6-8-12.......................... I Francis (7) 91 BETTING: 5-2 Balgair, 3 Duke Of North, 5 Nutini, 7 Haraz, 8 Daring Guest WHERE FAVOURITES FINISHED: 1 2017: In Ken’s Memory 4-8-13 S De Sousa 7-4 Fav (M Appleby) drawn 5, 5 ran. FORM (Lingfield 1m hcap (5) £3,752 AW). OCEAN TEMPTRESS (9-4) 9-1 last of 6 (12l) to Baltic Prince (8-12) (Brigh- NUTINI (9-5) 6-1 stayed on, 5th of 16 (21/2l) to Air Of York (9-0) (Windsor ton 6f hcap (5) £3,752 good to firm). 6f hcap (6) £3,105 good). BALGAIR (9-5) 5-4 fav stayed on, btn 1 3 / 4 l by Lacan (9-4) (10 ran) HARAZ (9-3) 33-1 rear, kept on, 4th of 12 (btn 4l) to Inlawed (9-8) (Kempton (Kempton 1m hcap (5) £3,234 AW). 6f hcap (6) £3,105 AW). DARING GUEST (9-0) 8-1 no extra, 8th of 9 (btn 6 1 / 4l) to Coverham (9-2) DUKE OF NORTH (8-1) 15-2 in touch, ran on final 50 yards, btn sh hd by (Kempton 7f hcap (5) £3,752 AW). Black Caesar (9-4) (7 ran) (Brighton NARJES (9-7) 7-2 weakened, last of 9 (well btn) to Secret Return (9-0) 7f hcap (5) £3,752 good to soft). TOM PEPPER 5.50 .....................................................Dubai Dirham 6.20.......................................................Buster Moon 6.50........................................................Just A Sting 7.20..........................................................Lip Service 7.50 ..............................................Mistress Massini 8.20..........................................Rhythm Is A Dancer Oborne Lady l 99, Spirit Of Mendip 95, Tillythetank 94. NH NOVICE HURDLE (4); winner £4,224; 2m 2f 111yds.(14 runners) 6.20 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 1 (2) 251679- AMERICAN HISTORY 187 (P;C) W Muir 4-9-7.................. S De Sousa 92 2 (1) 1421-73 IBALLISTICVIN 5 (CD) G L Moore 5-9-7.................................... A Kirby 90 3 (5) 2162-53 AMANTO 27 (P,T;D) Ali Stronge 8-9-7................................ G Wood (3) 85 4 (6) 315-806 BECCA CAMPBELL 14 (P;C,D) E J-Houghton 5-9-6 ............ C Bishop 90 5 (4) 111-121 ESSPEEGEE 41 (P;CD) A Bailey 5-9-5 ............................ D Keenan (7) 87 6 (3) 47-322 AMULETUM 15 P Chapple-Hyam 4-9-3 ................................ O Murphy 98 7 (7) 4728-31 ARCHIMENTO 7 (C) P Hide 5-9-2 ..................................... J Watson (5) 97 8 (8) 76-4509 ROY ROCKET 34 (CD) J Berry 8-8-7 .................................... J F Egan l99 BETTING: 11-4 Amuletum, 4 Esspeegee, 9-2 Iballisticvin, 5 Archimento, 6 Amanto WHERE FAVOURITES FINISHED: 2 2017: Light Of Air 4-9-7 T J Murphy 5-2 (G L Moore) drawn 3, 5 ran. 4.35 TEMPLEGATE 5.50 ..................................................Never Go Short 6.20 .................................................................Champ 6.50..............................................Friday Night Light 7.20 ......................................................Innocent Girl 7.50 ................................................The Two Amigos 8.20 ..................................................Kauto The King ADMIRAL’S SUNSET F216 D Weston 5-10-12... D Bass ARTHUR’S QUEEN F292 C J Gray 7-10-12 R Hawker (5) CELTIC STYLE 29 L Blackford 5-10-12........ C Smith (5) DUBAI DIRHAM 23 S Smith 5-10-12 ............. P Brennan KENTFORD MALLARD 98 J W Mullins 5-10-12 D Sansom (5) MRS MIGGINS 57 D Pipe 5-10-12 ............ T Scudamore NEVER GO SHORT 74 T R George 6-10-12 James Best OBORNE LADY 13 J W Mullins 5-10-12 ...... K Jones (5) QUITE RIGHT 52 P Gundry 7-10-12............ N Scholfield SECRET ESCAPE 26 D McCain 6-10-12........ B Hughes SPIRIT OF MENDIP 13 (H) P Hobbs 5-10-12 Mr S Kirwan (7) TILLYTHETANK 174 A King 5-10-12....... W Hutchinson 6-4 Secret Escape, 11-4 Tillythetank, 8 Dubai Dirham CALL STAR SPREADS ON 00353 1884 8114 HCAP (5); value to the winner £3,752; 1m 4f. (8 runners) 1 (1) -325576 BABY GAL 62 J Boyle 4-9-7................................................. P Cosgrave 98 2 (5) 7-04445 JOYFUL DREAM 14 (BH) J Butler 4-9-7 ............................ S De Sousa 83 3 (6) 309-420 QUICK MONET 10 (H) S A Harris 5-9-7........................... C Bennett (3) 70 4 (4) 308409- RIPPER STREET 168 (H) C Dunnett 4-9-7........................ J Cooley (7) 71 5 (2) 4913324 SHARP OPERATOR 14 (H) C Wallis 5-9-7............................ W Carson 80 6 (8) 8-60776 SPIKE’S PRINCESS 9 (B) B Barr 4-9-7 .................................. T Whelan 70 7 (7) 4-37217 TARSEEKH 34 (V;D) C Gordon 5-9-7 ..................................... C Bishop 95 8 (3) 85459-5 CAPTAIN KISSINGER 28 J Hughes 3-8-8............................... J F Egan 94 9 (10) 560-8 HIDDEN DREAM 7 (P) Mrs C Dunnett 3-8-8............................ L Morris 89 10 (9) 875076- NAVARRA PRINCESS 140 (BH;BF) D Cantillon 3-8-8..... D Probert l99 BETTING: 11-4 Sharp Operator, 3 Navarra Princess, 5 Tarseekh, 6 Baby Gal WHERE FAVOURITES FINISHED and 2017: No corresponding race. P/8/0030779389888/P8446000/26- GOOD (GOOD TO SOFT IN PLACES) MARES MAIDEN HURDLE (Class 4); winner £4,224; 2m 1f. (12 runners) 5.50 TOM PEPPER FP04F432/22403563747/F82/ /95327P7P555- BARN HILL 159 P Hobbs 6-10-12 ........... S Houlihan (5) BEYOND SUPREMACY 14 Jack Barber 6-10-12 .. N Scholfield BUSTER MOON 48 J Scott 6-10-12............... M Griffiths CHAMP 108 (BF) N Henderson 6-10-12....... A Coleman COMMODORE BARRY 43 (BF) K Bailey 5-10-12... D Bass ERICAS LAD 21 (PH) J Du Plessis 7-10-12...................... J Best HERE’S BINGO 74 S Gardner 5-10-12 ........... R Hawker (5) JUST MIDAS 40 D Pipe 5-10-12.................. D G Noonan MENAPIAN 86 H Nelmes 7-10-12................... C Ring (3) ORCHARD THIEVES 808 D Pipe 6-10-12 T Scudamore OUT OF STYLE 16 F O’Brien 7-10-12............ P Brennan ROCKPOINT 73 C Tizzard 5-10-12................ R Johnson SCRUPULEUX 14 (HH) C Down 7-10-12A Glassonbury SEROSEVSKY 16 (T) H Fry 5-10-12 ........... N P Madden Rockpoint l 99, Buster Moon 71. 5-4 Champ, 5 Rockpoint, 6 Barn Hill, 12 Commodore Barry HANDICAP HURDLE (3); winner £9,097; 2m 7f. (15 runners) 6.50 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 141PU72242P03384501880P515P124748/4PP64531U27- KATY P 251 (D) P Hobbs 6-11-12............ S Houlihan (5) ZERO GRAND 29 (CD) J Farrelly 7-11-11....... T Cannon CONINGSBY 52 T Lacey 5-11-11 ................... Mr T O’Brien (5) FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHT 10 (P,T) D Pipe 5-11-10.. T Scudamore JUST A STING 52 (BF) H Fry 6-11-9........ Mr M Legg (5) MON PALOIS 80 (D) K Bailey 6-11-6 ................... D Bass CONTENTED 17 (BH) P Hobbs 5-11-5......... R Johnson JOIN THE CLAN 89 (P) Jonjo O’Neill 9-11-4 A Coleman BALLYROCK 59 (T,V;D) T Vaughan 12-11-1 ............. J Best KENTFORD HEIRESS 29 J W Mullins 8-11-1.. D Sansom (5) MAX FORTE 14 (P) C Down 8-11-0 ............... B Frost (3) CITY SUPREME 41 (T) A Honeyball 8-11-0 D G Noonan WATERLOO WARRIOR 16 (B,T) C Tizzard 6-10-13... P Brennan JULLY LES BUXY 21 (P,T;CD) K Burke 8-10-8.... N Scholfield EDDY 136 (T;C,D) S Gardner 9-10-3...........C Shoemark Waterloo Warrior l 99, Kentford Heiress 98, Eddy 97. 4 Coningsby, 5 Katy P, 7 Just A Sting, Jully Les Buxy, 10 Friday Night Light, Waterloo Warrior, 14 Join The Clan HANDICAP CHASE (3); winner £9,747; 2m 3f. (12 runners) 7.20 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 264101/5616P/1PP1145PPPP222616/16P33- MARQUIS OF CARABAS 27 (D) D Dennis 8-12-1 B Hughes CONNA CROSS 29 J Farrelly 7-12-0 ..................... J Best KINGS LAD 32 (T;D) C Tizzard 11-11-12 . T Scudamore PERFECT TIMING 145 (P) N Mulholland 10-11-11 H Reed (5) ABOVE BOARD 182 (BF) J O’Neill 7-11-11 . A Coleman ADMIRAL’S SECRET 17 (T) V Dartnall 7-11-7 C Shoemark LIP SERVICE 27 (H) F O’Brien 9-11-5 ........... P Brennan CASPER KING 30 (B) P Hobbs 7-11-4.......... R Johnson INNOCENT GIRL 248 (H,T) H Fry 9-11-3..... K Edgar (3) TRIPLE CHIEF 57 (P;BF,CD) J Frost 7-11-1 . B Frost (3) DARK MAHLER 118 E Lavelle 7-11-0 ........ N Scholfield BREDON HILL LAD 37 (P,T) S Gardner 11-10-7 S Houlihan (5) Bredon Hill Lad l 99, Marquis Of Carabas 98, Innocent Girl 97. 4 Admiral’s Secret, 11-2 Innocent Girl, 6 Conna Cross, 8 Above Board, Triple Chief, Dark Mahler HUNTER CHASE (6); winner £2,340; 3m. (6 runners) 7.50 1 /PP- BRANDY AND RED 21 P Rogers 9-11-10 Mr J Newman (3) nTIC-TAC: R-H undulating track of 2m, with 11 fences to a circuit and a 170yd run-in. nTOP TRAINERS (2013-2018): P Hobbs 44220, P Nicholls 41-140, H Fry 27-71, D Pipe 25-205. nTOP JOCKEYS (2013-2018): R Johnson 43-187, N Scholfield 23-186, A Coleman 22-131, T Scudamore 21-159. nLONGEST TRAVELLER: Drift Rock (8.20) trained at Haverfordwest. Round trip of 420 miles. nTRAINERFAX: D Pipe won 6.50 in 2010 & 2015. N Martin won 7.50 in 2014 & 2016. nFIRST RUN SINCE WIND OP: Above Board (7.20), Dark Mahler (7.20). nLIVE ON RUK 2 3 4 5 6 3P-3 32237P111411- CREATIVE INERTA 9 (T) B Clarke 8-11-10 Mr R Dingle (7) GOLANDER 10 G Chambers 8-11-10..... Mr B Jones (7) THE LIZARD KING 26 (P) N Martin 9-11-10 Mr N Lawton (7) THE TWO AMIGOS 17 N Martin 6-11-10 Mr D Edwards MISTRESS MASSINI 10 T Clark 7-11-3 ... Mr W Biddick Mistress Massini l 99, The Two Amigos 97 4-5 The Two Amigos, 6-4 Mistress Massini, 14 Creative Inerta 8.20 TEMPLEGATE nTIC-TAC: R-H flat track of 1m 4f, with nine fences and a 250yd run-in. nTOP TRAINERS (2013-2018): E Williams 38-234, N Henderson 29-99, H Daly 23-112, D Skelton 22-107. nTOP JOCKEYS (2013-2018): A Wedge 14-113, S Twiston-Davies 12136, A Tinkler 11-64, K Woods 8-39. nLONGEST TRAVELLER: Billy My Boy (8.00) trained at Cullompton. Round trip of 240 miles. nFIRST RUN SINCE WIND OP: King Spirit (6.30), Big Fiddle (8.30), Briery Bunny (8.30). nJACKPOT: 1-6. nLIVE ON RUK 5.30 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 4213356567380085468- NH NOVICE HURDLE (Class 4); winner £4,874; 2m. (8 runners) DIAMOND GUY 16 (T) P Nicholls 5-11-4........ H Cobden BABY TED 45 N Twiston-Davies 5-10-12.. S Twiston-Davies COLD WESTON 247 H Daly 5-10-12 ................ A Tinkler DJARKEVI 16 (HH) C Longsdon 5-10-12 ................. J Burke DUC KAUTO 145 C Tizzard 5-10-12 .................. D Jacob BLACKJACKTENNESSEE 14 (H) S Flook 4-10-8... B J Powell DARLYN 28 H Oliver 5-10-5 ........................... J M Davies NELLEMANI 17 J Groucott 6-10-5................. L Edwards Diamond Guy l 99, Djarkevi 80, Baby Ted 75. 10-11 Diamond Guy, 4 Djarkevi, 5 Baby Ted, 10 Duc Kauto 6.00 201 11P/ 202 514203 P68204 PFP205 377206 146207 12P208 450209 31P210 PP5211 311212 422- HANDICAP CHASE (4); winner £5,588; 3m. (12 runners) VICTOR LEUDORUM 482 (P,T) S Flook 11-12-0 Mr L Williams (7) AMBER GAMBLER 16 (D) I Williams 8-11-12... R T Dunne STILL BELIEVING 38 (C) E Williams 10-11-12 .. A Wedge ROYALE DJANGO 24 (T,VH;D) T Vaughan 9-11-12 .. A Johns ASTRACAD 29 N Twiston-Davies 12-11-11... S Twiston-Davies HARRY HUNT F29 G McPherson 11-11-10 .......... K Woods BERTIE LUGG 307 T R Gretton 10-11-9....... J M Davies BY THE BOARDWALK 29 (T;D) K Bailey 10-11-9 .. M Hamill (5) SHANTY TOWN 41 (P) D Dennis 9-11-8 ......... N De Boinville GORSKY ISLAND 18 (C) T R George 10-11-6 ................. J Burke TB BROKE HER 118 (P;C) M Sheppard 8-11-4 ... S Sheppard (3) PEMBROKE HOUSE 14 (P) S-J Davies 11-10-5.... R Patrick (5) Gorsky Island l 99, Shanty Town 98, By The Boardwalk 97. 3 Tb Broke Her, 7-2 Pembroke House, 6 Amber Gambler, 8 Gorsky Island, 10 Harry Hunt, 12 Astracad, Bertie Lugg 6.30 301 122302 P52303 2/6304 12P305 3/3306 /7P307 975308 3B3309 363310 PPP311 514312 7P3313 7UP- HANDICAP CHASE (4); winner £6,238; 2m. (13 runners) NIGHTFLY 14 (T;BF,D) C Longsdon 7-11-12 .... J Burke TRUCKERS HIGHWAY 17 (CD) J Groucott 9-11-10 L Edwards KING SPIRIT 75 (D) T Lacey 10-11-8 ............ R T Dunne DIAMOND ROCK 117 H Oliver 7-11-5 .......... J M Davies MYROUNDORURS 92 (H;D) R Dickin 8-11-3.... C Poste ALLOW DALLOW 150 (P;D) N Evans 11-11-1 R Williams (3) BOXER BEAT 17 Lady S Brooke 11-10-11 Miss L Brooke (7) BAJARDO 60 (T;D) E Baker 10-10-10 ........... B J Powell WALDEN PRINCE 14 (T,V;D) S Leech 11-10-8. B Hampson (5) RIVER PURPLE 162 (T;CD) Lady S Brooke 11-10-5 Miss L Turner (7) JACKTHEJOURNEYMAN 13 (P,T;D) T Gretton 9-10-2 S Twist-Davies DAVERON 21 (C) R Price 10-10-0 .................... A Wedge ACCESSALLAREAS 13 (P;D) S-J Davies 13-10-0 R Patrick (5) Diamond Rock l 99, Bajardo 98, Truckers Highway 97. 3 Nightfly, 4 Truckers Highway, 7 Myroundorurs, 8 Diamond Rock, Jackthejourneyman, 10 Bajardo 7.00 401 402 403 404 405 1201/P640866423- NOVICE LIMITED HANDICAP CHASE (3); £7,538; 2m 4f. (5 runners) MONBEG LEGEND 73 (BF) N Henderson 8-11-8 N De Boinville SAN SATIRO 360 (BF) P Nicholls 7-11-1 ....... H Cobden SUMKINDOFKING 25 (T) T R George 7-11-1 .... J Burke SOLATENTIF 24 (B,T) C Tizzard 8-11-1. S Twist-Davies BACH DE CLERMONT 139 E Williams 7-10-10. A Wedge Solatentif l 99, Bach De Clermont 98. 2 Bach De Clermont, 3 Sumkindofking, 4 Monbeg Legend 7.30 501 502 503 504 505 506 507 508 509 510 511 512 513 46929P66FPP175208U37P769664979617P55987- HANDICAP HURDLE (4); winner £5,588; 2m 5f. (13 runners) AGINCOURT REEF 29 (P;CD) R Teal 9-11-12.... H Cobden ATLANTIC GREY 133 N Twiston-Davies 5-11-12.. S Twiston-Davies HAZAMAR F8 (T;C) Mrs S Leech 5-11-12 .. Mr D Skehan (5) SAMSON’S REACH 14 (CD) R J Price 5-11-8 ... J Nixon (7) SCENTED LILY 43 (H;BF) C Longsdon 5-11-7.. Paul O’Brien (5) EAU DE NILE 14 H Daly 5-11-7 ......................... A Tinkler AYLA’S EMPEROR 163 (P) J Flint 9-11-6..... R T Dunne ST JOHN’S 118 E Williams 5-11-5 .................... A Wedge KERRY’S BOY 18 (T) B Pauling 5-11-5 ............. D Jacob CAPTAIN SIMON 162 (PH) D Skelton 6-11-4.. Bridget Andrews (3) RED ADMIRABLE 43 (P,T;D) G McPherson 12-11-2... Kielan Woods LINCOLN COUNTY 14 (B,T) Oliver Greenall 7-10-3... Will Kennedy RING EYE 42 S-J Davies 10-10-0 ................ R Patrick (5) Ayla’s Emperor l 99, Scented Lily 98, Lincoln County 97. 9-2 Samson’s Reach, 5 Scented Lily, 6 Captain Simon, Kerry’s Boy, 8 St John’s, 10 Atlantic Grey 8.00 601 602 603 604 4262442/P440- AMATEUR HANDICAP HURDLE (4); winner £4,742; 2m. (15 runners) VOODOO DOLL 58 E Williams 5-11-12 Miss I Williams (5) BLAZON 43 (BF,D) K Bailey 5-11-12...... Mr L Carter (7) NIKKI STEEL 31 (D) Dr R Newland 8-11-11 ... Mr J King EQUUS MILLAR 115 (H) N Twist-Davies 5-11-11 Mr Z Baker NAT HUNT FLAT (5); winner £2,274; 2m 1f. (16 runners) 1 EARTH SPIRIT Jack Barber 5-11-2............. N Scholfield 2 7- MASTER CARD 88 W Greatrex 5-11-2 .... T Greatrex (7) 3 2/3- NET DE TREVE 158 T R George 5-11-2...... James Best 4 5- NIFTY AT FIFTY 29 J Scott 5-11-2 ................. M Griffiths 5 24- RHYTHM IS A DANCER 52 (T) P Nicholls 5-11-2 B Frost (3) 6 2/0- ROWLEY PARK 133 L Blackford 5-11-2.......C Smith (5) 7 DRIFT ROCK P Bowen 4-10-12 ....................... T Cannon 8 4- EARTH MOOR 29 P Hobbs 4-10-12.............. R Johnson 9 FLY TO MARS C Tizzard 4-10-12 ................ D G Noonan 10 GLOBAL RHAPSODY N Mulholland 4-10-12 T Scudamore 11 GREY DIAMOND A King 4-10-12............. W Hutchinson 12 JEREMIAH JAMES H Fry 4-10-12 ................ K Edgar (3) 13 343- KAUTO THE KING 29 (T) C Tizzard 4-10-12. P Brennan 14 RUFIO H Fry 4-10-12..................................... N P Madden 15 5- SHIROCCAN ROLL 157 E Lavelle 4-10-12 .. A Coleman 16 46- THEATRE MIX 57 J Du Plessis 5-10-9.... Mrs J Buck (7) Rhythm Is A Dancer l 99, Net De Treve 95, Kauto The King 91. 3 Rhythm Is A Dancer, 5 Kauto The King, Jeremiah James BOX CLEVER nHOT TRAINERS: P Hobbs 9 winners from 29 runners; M Usher 4 from 13; N Henderson 8 from 24; D Skelton 8 from 24; K Ryan 9 from 39; H Palmer 6 from 24; E J-Houghton 5 from 21. nHOT JOCKEYS: Mr W Biddick 7 winners from 13 rides; C Bishop 7 from 30; J Bowen 6 from 22. nCOLD TRAINERS A Balding 38. nCOLD JOCKEYS P Makin 71. nJOB JOCKEYS: BRIGHTON J Watson rides Q Twenty Boy (2.30) for M Usher, 5 winners from 8 rides, 62%. EXETER Mr M Legg rides Just A Sting (6.50) for H Fry, 14 from 39, 36%. Mr W Biddick rides Mistress Massini (7.50) for Mrs Teresa Clark, 6 from 18, 33%. FAKENHAM Mr R Collinson rides Postbridge (2.40) for S Humphrey, 3 from 3, 100%. P Cowley rides Ascendant (2.10) for J Farrelly, 3 from 4, 75%. LUDLOW Miss E McCain rides Irish Hawke (8.00) for D McCain, 4 winners from 12 rides, 33% AND HERE’S TONIGHT’S ACTION AT LUDLOW 5.30........................................................Diamond Guy 6.00........................................................Tb Broke Her 6.30 .................................................................Bajardo 7.00 ..............................................Bach De Clermont 7.30 ............................................SCENTED LILY (nap) 8.00 ...........................................................Nikki Steel 8.30 ......................................................Lust For Glory TOM PEPPER: 6.30 Nightfly, 7.00 Bach De Clermont 47 GOING: GOOD 605 327606 P60607 282608 617609 733610 8P7611 76P612 U73613 798614 402615 957- CRAFTY ROBERTO 16 (B,T;D) A Hales 10-11-11 Mr J Brace (7) EXCELLENT TEAM 12 (T;CD) D Skelton 6-11-8 Mr W Marshall (7) HIT AND RUN 30 (P) D McCain 6-11-8 . Miss A McCain (3) DUSKY RAIDER 163 (D) T Vaughan 5-11-7 . Mr C Price (7) ORMSKIRK 29 J W Mullins 5-11-6....... Mr L Morgan (7) BILLY MY BOY 195 (P;D) C Down 9-11-6 Mr A Ferguson (3) BARATINEUR 57 (D) K Bishop 7-11-5 Mr L Williams (3) GOAL 159 (P,T;CD) T Watkins 10-11-5 ....... B Hampson THE FINAL WHISTLE 112 S Lewis 5-11-3 Mr J P Webb (7) IRISH HAWKE 140 (T;BF) D McCain 6-10-9 Miss E McCain (5) HELF 17 (BH,T) Oliver Greenall 4-10-4... Mr A Edwards Ormskirk l 99, Excellent Team 98, Irish Hawke 97. 9-2 Blazon, 5 Nikki Steel, 7 Hit And Run, 8 Goal, 10 Irish Hawke, Crafty Roberto, Ormskirk, 14 Voodoo Doll 8.30 MARES NAT HUNT FLAT (4); winner £3,899; 2m. (16 runners) 1 BIG FIDDLE R Phillips 5-11-0.............. S Twiston-Davies 2 BRIERY BUNNY O Sherwood 6-11-0 .......... T Garner (3) 3 26- CHEEKY CHICA 125 N Mulholland 5-11-0.... B J Powell 4 13- LUST FOR GLORY 80 (BF) N Henderson 5-11-0... J McGrath 5 FU1- SHEILA TANIST 58 (TH) B Case 5-11-0 ........... K Woods 6 0- STEP YOU GAILY 74 B Pauling 5-11-0.............. D Jacob 7 STONEY CROSS R Phillips 6-11-0 .................. T Bellamy 8 3/0- ZAROCCO 19 T Lacey 5-11-0 ........................ R T Dunne 9 AMETHEA B Pauling 4-10-10 ................... N De Boinville 10 CRACKLE LYN ROSIE E Williams 4-10-10 ...... A Wedge 11 643- MY LADY GREY 18 C Tizzard 4-10-10 ........... H Cobden 12 23- PERFECT MYTH 83 (BF) H Whittington 4-10-10.. S Sheppard (3) 13 0- ROSE TO FAME 64 (BF) K Bailey 4-10-10 .. M Hamill (5) 14 3- RUBY TIGER 38 H Daly 4-10-10 ....................... A Tinkler 15 STORM GODDESS C Longsdon 4-10-10.................. J Burke 16 TARSINI K Bishop 4-10-10................... Mr L Williams (7) Cheeky Chica l 99, My Lady Grey 93, Zarocco 89. 5-2 Lust For Glory, 6 My Lady Grey, 8 Perfect Myth, 10 Zarocco, 12 Briery Bunny, Amethea, 14 Ruby Tiger 48 ............... Tuesday, May 8, 2018 1GM ROUGH RIDE . . . Woods is struggling to find fairways Tiger is driving me mad BUTCH SPEED RAP IN THE POO CORNER I WANT TO FIGHT LOO! in KEEPS HIS EAGLE EYE ON association THE WORLD OF GOLF with JASON DAY was wobbling in the final round BIRDIE of the Wells Fargo — but he set up his win OF THE by hitting the flagstick with a seven iron at WEEK the 223-yard par-3 17th to leave 2ft. NICK WATNEY had a chance to pile the pressure on Jason Day but he dumped his tee shot into the water at the long 15th and had to settle for a tie of second. BOGEY OF THE WEEK to return — if we’re invited.” SAY “We’d love Charley Hull hopes to play again THAT at England’s GolfSixes. The women’s teams lit up the AGAIN event, so an invite should be in the post. By BEN HUNT TOTO WOLFF is not looking to cheat on his “wives” at Mercedes by trading them in for a newer model. Both Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas are out of contract at the end of this season and have yet to agree new terms. Mercedes also have Esteban Ocon and George Russell waiting in the wings should either of the current drivers depart. It leaves boss Wolff with a potential headache of trying to find seats for his current stable of stars. He said: “We are not looking at drivers outside Mercedes because we have to give support to our guys, that is the priority. “It is like if you are happy with your wife, you don’t look elsewhere!” By IAN GORDON TIGER WOODS must forget the need for speed if he is going to crown his comeback with more victories. TURKISH AIRLINES flies to more countries than any other airline — and carries golf clubs free. Toto’s hits ’n missus Froome to hit peak David Facey That is the opinion of his former coach Butch Harmon, who says Woods should stop trying to launch tee shots like Exocet missiles and concentrate on finding the target instead. Harmon (below) pointed out that Woods, 42, keeps boasting about how his clubhead speed of more than 129mph is the fastest on the PGA Tour and quicker than when he first turned professional 22 years ago. But Harmon’s point about him sacrificing accuracy for extra oomph is borne out by the statistics — Woods is 206th when it comes to finding fairways, hitting the short stuff just 50.83 per cent of the time off the tee. That compares to 76.80 per cent for PGA Tour leader Henrik Stenson, who regularly reaches for the three wood rather than driver to make sure he is in prime position to go for the greens. Harmon, who has been commentating for Sky on the Players Championship for more than 20 years, says Woods will have no chance of winning at Sawgrass for the third time this week unless he slows things down. He explained: “If you watch him, his swing looks a lot better. But I think he’s still enamoured with distance with the driver. “If he were to back off the speed and not try to hit it so far, just try and put it in play, he would have a better chance of winning. “Every interview we hear he talks about his speed and how far he’s driving compared to the young guys. “But I think if he gets off of that and just gets back to putting the ball in play with the driver and accept whatever distance it is — because he still hits a long way — I think he would play more consistently. “He has won two times at Sawgrass but he’s not going to contend again unless he can put the ball in play off the tee.” HAMILTON . . . contract Briggs on toilet as Fury called By OSCAR PAUL TYSON FURY lined up a heavyweight clash with tlemanly.” Fury has not fought Shannon Briggs while the since his stunning victory over American was on the loo! Wladimir Klitschko when he The Gypsy King broadcast himself live on Instagram and invited the veteran bruiser to join him. But to Fury’s surprise The Cannon, who lost to Lennox Lewis in 1998, was rather preoccupied. However, it did not take long for the two to agree to a September showdown. When Briggs, 46, got involved on the live chat, Fury asked: “How are you doing? Having a shave, are you?” Briggs replied: “No, I’m having a s**t. But I’m ready to fight champ — let’s make it happen.” Fury (below), 29, then said: “September. That’s what I’m saying. “I will give you a fight, but I don’t want you to make any excuses after you beat me up and knock me out. “When you KO me, I don’t want you to start celebrating up and down the ring. “I want you to be very gen- grabbed the WBA Super, WBO, IBF and IBO heavyweight titles in November 2015. He was suspended the following October by the British Boxing Board of Control due to “anti-doping and medical issues”. The undefeated Manchester fighter accepted a backdated two-year anti-doping ban and had his licence reinstated in January. Fury announced his comeback for next month but is yet to name his opponent. And in the same video on social media, Fury also called out Tony Bellew, who beat David Haye at the weekend for a second time. He added: “I don’t think he could beat me with both hands behind my back. “Tony, after I knock you out in one round, I’ll give you a job cleaning my shoes.” Bell tolls for Fury TONY BELLEW has vowed to knock out Tyson Fury. The Liverpool heavyweight, 35, stopped David Haye in the fifth at the O2 on Saturday, but hinted he is ready to call time on his career. Yet he has been tempted by the prospect of fighting Fury, the returning former world heavyweight champ. Despite being six inches smaller than 6ft 9in Fury, Bellew says the 29-year-old Gypsy King would NOT last the distance. Bellew told talkSPORT: “Tyson is back on the scene and of course I would fight him. “But he doesn’t want to come anywhere near someone like me. “I believe I could knock out Tyson Fury. “Everyone would laugh or say I don’t have a chance, given the size of him, but timing is everything in boxing and styles make fights. “I am a lot harder to hit than he is and I am quicker than him. I also hit hard.” CHRIS FROOME aims to blow the Giro d’Italia wide open when the race resumes in Sicily today. The Team Sky rider is in 19th spot, 38 seconds down on Australia’s Rohan Dennis after the opening three stages in Israel. But the next three will be hilly — and include the Giro’s first summit test on Thursday on the slopes of Mount Etna. And Froome, 32, said: “I haven’t thought back to the last time I was trying to make up time but I’m not giving up. “The majority of the race — all the racing in the mountains — is still to come so a lot can happen.” Froome crashed on a practice ride in Jerusalem then lost 37sec in the opening time-trial. Hundred ’n debaty By JACK ROSE COUNTY cricketers and the ECB will today debate plans for the new 100-ball competition. Representatives from the 18 counties and senior figures from the Professional Cricketers’ Association will meet ECB chiefs at Edgbaston in what promises to be a lively discussion. Since the ECB unveiled its idea to replace Twenty20 cricket with ‘The Hundred’, reaction has been mixed. The idea to conclude each innings with a tenball over, possibly using more than one bowler, is particularly controversial. PCA chief Daryl Mitchell said he was “open-minded” but the PCA noted “a lack of clarity regarding the new tournament”. SNOOKER SPECIAL L FAMILY JEWELS! Willy-ams: My wife stopped me quitting BRAVE Mark Williams won a stunning third world title — then true to his word he stripped off. CHEST THE BEST . . . Williams whips away his towel and (left) celebrates with wife Jo and kids season — with this a fourth title. And he owes much of his ‘nude dawn’ to coach Steve Feeney and his SightRight technique that has transformed the lefthander’s fortunes. This showpiece between two of the ‘Class of 1992’ had captured the imagination, with the third of the Holy Trinity that turned pro 26 years ago — Ronnie O’Sullivan — watching on. In a tight contest Williams missed a pink in frame 33 and Higgins brilliantly cleared up to peg it back to 17-16. Undeterred Williams fired a 70 break only to then fluff an easy brown, which gave his rival one more chance. But he gathered himself superbly to edge over the line. Defeat was a huge blow for Higgins, 42, who lost in the final for the second year in a row after blowing a 10-4 lead against Mark Selby 12 months ago. He had been hoping to win a fifth world title and equal the Crucible trophy tally of O’Sullivan. He said: “Obviously I am disappointed but it was great to play in such an occasion in front of this crowd and Mark is a brilliant champion. “The red he potted at the end was ridiculous and it was one of the best breaks under pressure. I didn’t want to lose with a session to spare and at 14-7 that looked possible. “I tried to put him under pressure tonight but it just wasn’t enough.” This was the oldest Crucible final in history, the combined age of the pair coming to 85 — two more than the Reardon v Perrie Mans final (83) in 1978. Tuesday, May 8, 2018 ............... SPORTS ROUND-UP: RESULTS & FIXTURES FOOTBALL LADBROKES PREMIERSHIP Play-Off Semi-final, 1st Leg DUNDEE UTD (2) 2 LIVINGSTON (1) 3 Mikkelsen 3 De Vita 2 Ralston 28 Mullin 77 Att: 5,610 Pitman 80 EVO-STIK SOUTHERN PREMIER: PlayOff Final - King’s Lynn Town 1 Slough 2. BOSTIK PREMIER: Play-Off Final Dulwich 1 Hendon 1 (after extra-time; Dulwich win 4-3 on penalties). CRICKET SPECSAVERS COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP (Final day of 4) DIVISION ONE LANCASHIRE v SOMERSET Old Trafford - Somerset 429 (Bartlett 110, Trescothick 100, Abell 99) & 269-8 dec (Leach 66, Davies 54; Parkinson 5-101) v Lancashire 492 (Vilas 235 no, Jennings 109, Clark 50; Abell 4-43). Lancashire (11pts) drew with Somerset (10). NOTTINGHAMSHIRE v HAMPSHIRE Trent Bridge - Nottinghamshire 302 (Patel 73, Wessels 54; Edwards 4-84) & 389-9 dec (Mullaney 130, Taylor 83, Libby 54) v Hampshire 223 (Amla 69, McManus 66) & 265 (Amla 112, Weatherley 56). Nottinghamshire (22pts) bt Hampshire (4) by 203 runs. SURREY v WORCESTERSHIRE The Oval - Surrey 434 (Burns 193, Foakes 72; Leach 4-96) & 173-3 dec (Borthwick 82 no) v Worcestershire 526 (Clarke 157, Fell 88, Mitchell 81, Barnard 66, Head 50; Virdi 6-105). Surrey (9pts) drew with Worcestershire (11). P W L D Bat Bwl Pts Notts 4 3 1 0 7 12 67 Somerset 3 2 0 1 6 7 50 Yorkshire 4 2 1 1 2 9 48 Hampshire 4 1 2 1 7 11 39 Surrey 3 1 0 2 5 6 37 Essex 4 1 1 2 3 8 37 Lancashire 4 0 2 2 8 11 29 Worcs 4 0 3 1 5 11 21 DIVISION TWO DURHAM v LEICESTERSHIRE Riverside - Leicestershire 440 (Cosgrove 75, Horton 75, Carberry 73, Dexter 70 no) & 101 (Weighell 7-32) v Durham 184 (Clark 64; Griffiths 4-34) & 403 (Markram 94, Steel 86, Smith 74; Griffiths 6-49). Durham (18pts) bt Leicestershire (6) by 46 runs. SUSSEX v MIDDLESEX Hove - Middlesex 230 (Holden 84 no; Robinson 7-58) & 322 (Malan 119, Gubbins 107; By HECTOR NUNNS After beating John Higgins 18-16, Williams showed bare-faced cheek by honouring a pledge to do his postmatch press conference NAKED. The Welshman, 43, arrived wearing just a sponsors towel to spare his blushes. He said: “I’m a little bit uncomfortable at the moment. It’s a bit cold in here! “But if I never win another tournament I won’t care, I have done something I thought I’d never do.” Renaissance man Williams, who almost quit last summer, beat four-time winner Higgins in a Sheffield thriller described as “the best final” by legend Steve Davis. Williams — who pocketed a huge £425,000 cheque — became the oldest winner of the Betfred World Championship since compatriot Ray Reardon in 1978. He added: “Last year I wasn’t even here but in the caravan having a beer having failed to qualify. “My game was c**p and I was seriously thinking of giving up but my wife Jo convinced me to carry on. “I don’t think she wanted me in the house 24 hours a day! “So it is unbelievable to be winning this again 15 years after the last time.” Incredibly, none of Williams’ three kids were born the last time he lifted the trophy 15 years ago — the biggest gap between world titles. The stunning success capped a winning streak for new world No 3 Williams this 2GM Briggs 4-70, Wiese 4-70) v Sussex 323 (Finch 103, Robinson 52; Harris 5-86) & 232-7 (Brown 65 no). Sussex (22pts) bt Middlesex (4) by 3 wkts. P W L D Bat Bwl Pts Warwicks 3 2 0 1 9 9 55 Sussex 4 1 0 3 10 10 51 Kent 3 2 1 0 0 9 41 Derbyshire 3 1 1 1 7 8 36 Glamorgan 3 1 1 1 3 9 33 Middlesex 4 1 2 1 2 10 33 Gloucs 3 1 1 1 1 7 29 Leics 3 0 1 2 10 7 27 Durham 3 1 1 1 0 5 26 Northants 3 0 2 1 0 5 10 TOUR MATCH (Northampton): Final day of 4 - Northamptonshire 259 (Rossington 90; S Khan 6-77) & 301 (Newton 118, Cobb 52; S Khan 4-80, M Abbas 4-62) v Pakistan 428 (A Shafiq 186 no, H Sohail 79, B Azam 57; Crook 4-89, Keogh 4-111) & 134-1 (Imam-ulHaq 59 no, H Sohail 55 no). Pakistan bt Northamptonshire by 9 wkts. TENNIS SNOOKER BETFRED WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP (The Crucible, Sheffield): Final - M Williams bt J Higgins 18-16. MOTORSPORT SPANISH LA LIGA BRITISH SUPERBIKES (Oulton Park): Race 1 - 1 L Haslam (Kawasaki) 28min 41.418sec; 2 J Dixon (Kawasaki) 28:43.042; 3 S Byrne (Ducati) 28:47.642; 4 B Ray (Suzuki) 28:51.588; 5 J O’Halloran (Aus, Honda) 28:56.117. Race 2 - 1 L Haslam (Kawasaki) 28min 40.954sec; 3 J Dixon (Kawasaki) 28:43.877; 4 S Byrne (Ducati) 28:44.189; 5 G Irwin (Ducati) 28:50.906. Standings 1 L Haslam (Kawasaki) 115pts; 2 B Ray (Suzuki) 101; 3 S Byrne (Ducati) 98; 4 J O’Halloran (Aus, Honda) 63; 5 G Irwin (Ducati) 59; 6 J Dixon (Kawasaki) 55. SPEEDWAY PREMIERSHIP - Rye House 48 Somerset 42; Swindon 50 Poole 39. PREMIERSHIP KO CUP: Quarterfinal, 1st Legs - Belle Vue 57 Wolverhampton 33; Leicester 48 King’s Lynn 42. (7.45 unless stated) PREMIER LEAGUE Swansea v Southampton ............ LADBROKES PREMIERSHIP - Aberdeen v Rangers, Hamilton v St Johnstone, Partick v Motherwell, Ross County v Dundee. RUGBY UNION: Principality Building Society Premiership: 2nd Phase Bargoed v Llandovery (7.15), Cross Keys v Llanelli (7.30), Newport v Pontypridd (7.15). POOLS PREDICTIONS (Games playing Saturday & Sunday) PREMIER LEAGUE 11 Alaves v Athletic Bilbao .............. 1 12 Deportivo v Villarreal...................2 13 Eibar v Las Palmas........................1 14 Espanayol v Malaga......................1 15 Getafe v Atletico Madrid ............ X 16 Girona v Valencia..........................X 17 Levante v Barcelona .................... 2 18 Real Betis v Sevilla ....................... 1 19 Real Madrid v Celta Vigo..............1 20 Real Sociedad v Leganes ............. 1 ITALIAN SERIE A 21 Atalanta v AC Milan......................X 22 Benevento v Genoa......................2 23 Bologna v Chievo..........................X 24 Crotone v Lazio.............................2 25 Fiorentina v Cagliari.....................1 26 Inter Milan v Sassuolo..................1 27 Roma v Juventus..........................X 28 Sampdoria v Napoli ......................2 29 Torino v SPAL ................................X 30 Verona v Udinese ......................... X FRENCH LIGUE 1 TODAY’S SPORT ATP & WTA MUTUA MADRID OPEN (Spain): Men: 1st Rd - D S Schwartzman (Arg) bt A Mannarino (Fra) 6-1 6-3; B Paire (Fra) bt L Pouille (Fra) 6-2 6-3; D Dzumhur (Bih) bt J Benneteau (Fra) 6-4 6-2; M Raonic (Can) bt N Kicker (Arg) 6-3 6-2; F Delbonis (Arg) bt M Zverev (Ger) 6-1 2-6 7-6; D Lajovic (Ser) bt K Khachanov (Rus) 6-3 6-2; N Djokovic (Ser) bt K Nishikori (Jpn) 7-5 6-4; M Kukushkin (Kaz) bt R Carballes Baena (Spa) 6-3 6-2; F Lopez (Spa) bt P Andujar (Spa) 7-6 6-3; G Monfils (Fra) bt N Basilashvili (Geo) 6-2 3-6 6-3. Women: 2nd Rd - C Garcia (Fra) bt P Martic (Cro) 6-3 7-5; K Mladenovic (Fra) bt S Zhang (Chn) 6-4 4-6 6-3; M Sharapova (Rus) bt I-C Begu (Rom) 7-5 6-1; K Bertens (Hol) bt A Sevastova (Lat) 6-1 6-4; C Wozniacki (Den) bt A Barty (Aus) 6-2 4-6 6-4; J Georges (Ger) bt L Arruabarrena (Spa) 2-6 6-4 6-2; S Stephens (US) bt S Stosur (Aus) 6-1 6-3. 49 6 Newcastle v Chelsea.......................2 7 Southampton v Man City...............2 8 Swansea v Stoke.............................1 9 Tottenham v Leicester ..................1 10 West Ham v Everton ....................1 1 Burnley v Bournemouth ................1 2 Crystal Palace v West Brom..........1 3 Huddersfield v Arsenal..................2 4 Liverpool v Brighton ...................... 1 5 Man Utd v Watford.........................1 31 Amiens v Metz .............................. 1 32 Angers v Nantes...........................X 33 Bordeaux v Toulouse ................... 1 34 Guingamp v Marseille...................2 35 Lille v Dijon ....................................1 36 Monaco v St Etienne....................1 37 Montpellier v Troyes....................1 38 Nice v Caen....................................1 39 PSG v Rennes.................................1 40 Starsbourg v Lyon........................2 PORTUGUESE PRIMEIRA LIGA 41 Aves v Chaves...............................X 42 Benfica v Moreirense...................1 43 Boavista v Belenenses.................X 44 Feirense v Estoril..........................1 45 Guimaraes v Porto........................2 46 Maritimo v Sporting.....................2 47 Portimonense v Pacos Ferreira..X 48 Rio Ave v Braga.............................2 49 Vitoria Setubal v Tondela ........... X Wardle’s RFL ban threat HUDDERSFIELD’S whizkid Jake Wardle faces a disciplinary hearing — and a ban of up to SIX matches. The 19-year-old centre (left) scored two tries on his first senior appearance to help the Giants to a 28-18 victory over Widnes last Friday. But late on he was sent to the sin-bin for a dangerous throw on Vikings’ Rhys Hanbury and has been charged by the RFL match-review panel. 50 ............... Tuesday, May 8, 2018 2GM PROMOTION PARTY TIME Nuno’s joy so special FANSTASTIC DAY . . . boss Nuno (right) and his Prem-bound stars show off the Championship trophy in Wolverhampton TAN . . . apology to fans Vincent’s red-faced NUNO ESPIRITO SANTO hailed promotion to the Premier League with Wolves as his best moment in football. The Portuguese coach, players and staff paraded the Sky Bet Championship trophy through Wolverhampton yesterday in front of tens of thousands of fans. And Nuno, who has coached big European clubs such as Valencia and Porto, said: “I have experienced many moments but this is really special for everybody, it means a lot. “It’s about the players. They had a task and they helped each other to achieve that.” Ruben Neves is keen to play for Wolves in the Prem, despite speculation over his future. The midfielder said: “I came here to help the club and the club has helped me. I’m happy.” By PHIL CADDEN Happy Ether after A survival Blue-print IS THE SQUAD GOOD ENOUGH? CARDIFF boss Neil Warnock is confident. He claims that “after the top six in the Prem ier League, anybody can beat anybody on their day”. He said he will give players who won promotionthe a chance to prove themselves but will still be looking for “four , five or six players”. WHO WILL SHOCK THE PREM SOL BAMBA, 33, has been ? a man-mountain for the Bluebirds in central defence. Warnock has branded him “a colossus” and quipped he would not swap the Ivorian for anyone in the Prem, including the world’s most expensive defender, Liverpool’s £75million man Virgil van Dijk. Now will see if Bamba (above) we can live up to the hype. CARDIFF’S UNSUNG HERO? I’M A BELIEVER . . . Etheridge always had faith in his ability JUNIOR HOILETT’S rise the scrapheap has been afrom joy to watch, while versatile Callu m Paterson has been a revelation — but Joe Ralls in midfi eld deserves a mention. The tidy 24-year-old through the Cardiff ranks came has emerged as a key manand central midfield, from wher in e he scored seven times this term. TOM BARCLAY GOOD TIMES RETURN FOR KEEPER NEIL but the whole lot made me much By TOM BARCLAY NEIL ETHERIDGE is a Premier stronger.” League player after winning Hardly anyone took any notice and just waited. It’s a very hard promotion with Cardiff. industry to be in and a very hard when Neil Warnock picked up Yet just four years ago he almost quit football and returned to the Philippines after being released by Fulham and failing to find a new club for FIVE MONTHS. Being out of work forced keeper Etheridge to sell his house and car to pay to train at Charlton, before moving to Oldham where he slept on a mate’s sofa. Reaching the top has been made all the sweeter, given he has done it the hard way via the lower divisions, only joining the Bluebirds from League One Walsall last summer. Etheridge, 28, said: “I was close to the goalkeeping coach at Charlton and just trained as hard as I could industry to stay in. It’s all in the past now and will never leave me. It has made me a lot stronger and is maybe why I am here today. “I’d sold my house and car and was about a week away from going back home. “I got offered a contract at Oldham, I think in the December. I took it and was living on a mate’s sofa, but that’s what you have to do. “From then on, Charlton took me in the transfer window Etheridge for a song last summer, save for a few Cardiff fans wondering if the 59-cap Philippines keeper would be good enough. But as with Junior Hoilett, Sol Bamba and Nathaniel Mendez-Laing, Etheridge proved another freebie masterstroke by Warnock. The ex-Chelsea academy keeper (left) played 47 times this season, recording 19 clean sheets as City finished second behind Wolves. Asked if he imag- ined 15 years ago at Chelsea that making the top flight would have happened sooner, he said: “When you’re an academy player you definitely feel it’s never going to end. “I went from Chelsea to Fulham — two Premier League teams at the time — and was sitting on the bench for the Europa League and Premier League and you don’t think it is going to finish. “A lot of people see the highs but not the lows. But I’ve always believed in my ability and that’s why I got through my rough patch. It has definitely been an emotional rollercoaster and I’ve massive respect for the manager here for taking me on. “He obviously saw potential and, hopefully for the supporters, I’ve repaid them. We are now Premier League players.” VINCENT TAN has finally admitted he was wrong to change Cardiff’s colours from blue to red. The Bluebirds owner rebranded the club in 2012 before making a U-turn back to their traditional blue in January 2015 after fans protested. Cardiff sealed their Premier League return on Sunday after a four-year absence and the Malaysian businessman has now publicly acknowledged his mistake. He said: “My message to our fans is thank you very much for continuing to support the club. “I made a mistake by changing the colour and I’ve reverted back to blue and rectified it. “There will be no more tinkering with the colours. “I feel the club is united again. We are all pulling in the same direction. The board, the team, the fans. “The feeling of making the Premier League is amazing — the second time around is better than the first.” Boss Neil Warnock will ask for half a dozen new players as he strengthens over the summer. Yet Tan claims Cardiff will be cautious in this summer’s transfer market. He said: “We’ll spend wisely. We’d like to learn from Leicester and from what Burnley have done. ‘Maybe Crystal Palace and others — they stay in the league. They don’t buy players for ridiculous money that makes it very difficult for the owner. “You can do it without paying the daft money.” Little bit of bother BOLTON’S Mark Little was breathing a huge sigh of relief yesterday after his terrific show of generosity almost backfired. Bolton avoided relegation from the Championship with a dramatic late comeback in Sunday’s 3-2 win over Nottingham Forest. And defender Little, 29, was so ecstatic that he was moved to give a fan his jacket. But Little later realised his wallet and wedding ring were still in it. The former Peterborough and Bristol (left) City right-back pleaded on Twitter for the fan to return them. He was reunited with his wallet and it is understood his wedding ring has also been found and will be handed back today. Bolton were on the brink of relegation as they trailed Forest 2-1. But two goals in the last three minutes saved them. 2GM CHELSEA’S LATE SURGE E TOP QUATRE Tuesday, May 8, 2018 ............... 51 IPSWICH could TONY MOWBRAY P fears Blackburn look to former P could be heading for Spurs and Aston Villa boss Tim Sherwood to take charge. The 49-year-old is understood to have had talks but Shrewsbury’s Paul Hurst is still favourite to succeed Mick McCarthy. a transfer ban. His Rovers are back in the Championship but may fall foul of Financial Fair Play. Mowbray said: “We are potentially heading towards an embargo.” Frenchman Giroud is simply fourmidable OLIVIER GIROUD is an expert at By ANDREW DILLON gatecrashing the top four and would love noting more than 31-year-old has been an instant hit with fans, leading Chelsea there. 25 21 16 Jones hails Fergie By VIC HOLLY EMOTIONAL Phil Jones saluted Sir Alex Ferguson describing world. He took me under his him “like a father”. wing like a father. Former Manchester United boss Fergie, 76, is said to be talking again in Salford hospital after Saturday’s emergency brain surgery. Defender Jones (right), 26, brought by the Scot from Blackburn in 2011, paid a heartfelt message. He said: “I am just devastated. He is such a legend in my eyes. He is the one who gave me that opportunity to play for one of the biggest clubs in the Headed goals since 2012-13 “It was shocking, it’s sad. But I know his character. He has that fight in him.” Team-mate Juan Mata also paid tribute and hopes to honour Ferguson with victory against Chelsea in the FA Cup final. Speaking in his weekly blog, he said: “All of us are united right now, wishing Sir Alex a speedy recovery. He has been a unique figure in the football world.” 15 15 Peter Crouch 29 Andy Carroll OF the French ace’s 76 Premier League goals, 27 have been match-winners. That is more than Romelu Lukaku’s 25, Eden Hazard’s 24 and Alexis Sanchez’s 19. GIROUD took his headed goals tally to 29 against Liverpool on Sunday — a record in the Prem since his debut in 2012-13. Harry Kane 27 GETS AHEAD Romelu Lukaku Games .......................... 191 Starts ...............................124 Games as sub................. 67 Total goals.........................76 Goals per game ..............0.4 Mins per goal ...................155 By PHIL CADDEN STOKE’S relegation from the Premier League has sparked a £20million scramble for Joe Allen’s signature. The Wales midfielder (right), 28, is attracting interest from top-flight trio West Ham, Newcastle and Swansea. As revealed by SunSport last month, promoted Wolves are also keen on Allen — one of the few shining lights in the Potters’ dismal season. La Liga outfit Sevilla also retain a strong interest after missing out on him when he quit Liverpool in 2016. Stoke’s demotion to the Championship was confirmed by a 2-1 home defeat by Crystal Palace on Saturday. But despite dropping into the second tier, they would want good money for Allen, who cost £13m in the summer of 2016. Allen signed a five-year deal but there was no relegation clause so Paul Lambert’s men will not accept a cut-price fee. England keeper Jack Butland and Swiss ace Xherdan Shaqiri are also expected to depart the Bet365 outfit in the close season. warm welcome from when I first arrived. “I feel like I’ve been here a few years.” Champions League qualification may help coach Antonio Conte’s bid to keep his job amid speculation Maurizio Sarri is being lined up to replace him. The Napoli boss has even ordered his backroom staff to start learning English, which would help them acclimatise to the Premier League. Sarri is fluent in English having worked in London as a banker before turning to coaching. His fractious relationship with Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis is reaching breaking point. De Laurentiis believes missing out on the Serie A title is down to Sarri overworking his players. Tweet @andydillon70 Christian Benteke OLIVIER GIROUD ALL-TIME IN PREM Joe can go for £20m whereas it took them a while to get used to having former Arsenal skipper Cesc Fabregas in the camp. Giroud said: “I have had a really Olivier Giroud After his winner against Liverpool on Sunday, Giroud has now scored four goals in five games to put the Blues just two points behind Spurs in the race for Champions League football next season. And Jurgen Klopp’s Kop team are now just three points ahead having played a game more. Arsenal were experts at mounting late surges to scrape into the competition for years while Giroud was at the Emirates. And the Frenchman wants to repeat the trick with his new club. He said: “I can be the lucky charm for the Champions League race in the final sprint. “We don’t have this situation in our hands but I have experience about these end-of-season situations. “We need to give everything and wait for the other results. “I’m confident because if we play with that kind of mentality, we can have nice things.” Tottenham’s 1-0 defeat at West Brom and Chelsea’s 1-0 win over the Reds has reignited the top-four race. But if Giroud pulls this one off, it will surpass any finish he managed with the Gunners. A month ago Chelsea looked out of it. Spurs play Newcastle and Leicester at home in their final fixtures and Liverpool host Brighton on Sunday. With the pressure on you would back those teams to get the points required. Then again, you would have thought Spurs would have beaten West Brom on Saturday. All Chelsea can do is their bit by beating Huddersfield at home tomorrow and Newcastle away on the final day. Giroud arrived in January in an £18million deal from Arsenal after a long spell out with a hip injury. The TOP OF PREM P W D L F A Pts (C) Man City..36 30 4 2102 26 94 Man Utd........36 24 5 7 67 28 77 Liverpool......37 20 12 5 80 38 72 Tottenham ..36 21 8 7 68 32 71 Chelsea .........36 21 6 9 61 34 69 Arsenal.........36 18 6 12 72 48 60 Burnley .........37 14 12 11 35 37 54 I LOVE IT HERE . . . ex-Arsenal striker Giroud feels at home at Chelsea Cris’ Kiev OK CRISTIANO RONALDO’S ankle injury will not rule him out of the Champions League final. The Real Madrid star (left) was forced off at halftime of Sunday’s El Clasico, prompting fears he may miss the clash with Liverpool on May 26 in Kiev. But a scan has revealed he suffered only a sprain. Ronaldo will, however, be out for the next two games — at Sevilla and at home to Celta Vigo — before By ANDREW RICHARDSON returning for the final La Liga clash in Villarreal. The remainder of Madrid’s league campaign is fairly irrelevant as they seem destined to finish third. Ronaldo has been superb in 2018, scoring 25 goals and helping his side reach to a third consecutive Champions League final. Uefa have appointed Serbian Milorad Mazic to referee the final in Ukraine. ARTUR BORUC is BARCELONA have set to be given a revealed they held P P new one-year contract a meeting with target by Bournemouth — taking him beyond his 39th birthday. The Polish keeper has not played a Prem game this term due to Asmir Begovic’s form. Antoine Griezmann’s agent in October. The striker, 27, is signed to Atletico Madrid until 2022. But his release clause is set at just £88million. Pog bro aggro PAUL POGBA’S brother has been beaten up by his own team-mates. Florentin Pogba (right) sparked fury as he limped off near the end of Genclerbirligi’s 1-0 home defeat by Antalyaspor in Turkey’s Super Lig, with all three subs already on. Video footage appeared to show a shirtless Pogba arguing with a team-mate before an ugly skirmish with other players. He was reportedly attacked in the dressing room with cops called to rescue him. FRANCK RIBERY PHIL PARKINSON P P has signed a fears the axe as Bolton are close to one-year extension at Bayern Munich. The 35-year-old Frenchman, scorer of 117 goals and an eighttime Bundesliga title winner, said: “Munich has become home for me and my family.” being sold to a Saudi Arabian group. Though the Trotters boss kept the club in the Championship on a dramatic final day, owner Ken Anderson is working on a sale. 52 ............... Tuesday, May 8, 2018 PREM LGE BRADY . . . comments New Fox box feud By ANDREW DILLON LEICESTER and West Ham are at loggerheads again in a row over seating. City allowed Hammers’ top brass into the directors’ box on Saturday in what appeared to be a gesture of goodwill between the feuding clubs. But the cold war has been reopened after the bigwigs were placed at the back of the VIP area in rows 11 and 12 — instead of at the front where the seats are better quality with more leg room and padding. A Hammers insider said: “Some Leicester fans said it showed a lack of class.” Relations have been strained since West Ham vice-chair Karren Brady’s comments about City’s Thai owner buying £500,000 of wine after deciding to sack former boss Claudio Ranieri. West Ham apologised and feared they would be banned from the directors’ box entirely. They were allowed in but the positioning of their seats has been seen as a snub. Sport JOHN MOTSON’S final commentary will be Sunday’s game between Crystal Palace and West Brom on Match of the Day. The BBC legend will hang up his mic after a 50-year career. SHORT RUSSIA 2018 COUNTDOWN 37 DAYS TO GO WAYNE ROONEY has netted 37 goals in competitive games for England. The Everton forward (below), 32, has hit 16 in World Cup qualifiers, 14 in Euro qualifiers and seven in tournament finals — six in the Euros and one in a 2014 World Cup group game with Uruguay. His overall tally of 53 is an England record. Gary Lineker boasts the best shot conversion rate (37%) of all English players at World Cup finals since 1966, scoring ten goals from 27 attempts in 12 games. The fastest sendingoff in a World Cup qualifier was for Bahrain’s Rashed Al Hooti’s two-footed lunge on Iran’s Andranik Teymourian after 37 seconds in 2011. 2GM BATTLE FORR SURVIVAL SURVIVAAL AL PULL THE OTHER SWAN CARLOS Carvalhal knows safety showdown is THERE comes a time when the joking must stop. And that time is now for Swansea and their colourful manager, Carlos Carvalhal, as they meet Southampton tonight in a survival shootout. When Carvalhal arrived in South Wales at the end of December, his madcap analogies were fun, original and made everyone laugh. Despite the club’s league position, people were talking about him, rather than about relegation from the Premier League. There were stories about By BEN HUNT swimming with the fishes and being able to see the safety of the shore. Then after one game against Burnley, when he finished the match with four attackers and a 1-0 win, he spoke about “throwing all the meat on the barbecue” — essentially a new take on all or bust. Carvalhal was comical and it was light relief after the gloomy end to Paul Clement’s spell in charge. But it also masked the perilous situation Swansea faced, as they looked certain for relegation from the top flight. Whether it was an intentional distraction tactic or not, it worked as Swansea kept on winning. But just like his time at Sheffield Wednesday, the wins dried up and the pressure has returned. The analogies were not so funny any more. Now, he needs to get serious if the Swans are to stay up. The Welsh club face relegation rivals Saints tonight and, fortunately, Carvalhal is in no laughing mood. He said: “All the time it is serious. I don’t need to scream at the players to concentrate. “If I must scream, I scream but I am not like that all the time with them. We must keep organised, we must play with confidence and keep emotional control. “It is not a time to scream. “It is a time to be focused and do the proper things. This is an important game and we must not make mistakes. This is the way. “I believe in myself. I believe in my players. My target is to try to get them to believe in themselves and believe in their colleagues.” You would think Swansea would not need any added motivation to stay in the Premier League. The fact local rivals Cardiff are now assured of their place in the top flight next season should WHEN ASKED ABOUT PLAYING LIVERPOOL HE SAID... They’re like a Formula One car. But an F1car in London at 4pm is in traffic. 2GM Tuesday, May 8, 2018 ............... SWANSEA v SOTON By CARL LONG SOUTHAMPTON midfielder Mario Lemina is ready to scrap for Premier League survival at Swansea tonight. Saints are only above Carlos Carvalhal’s Swans on goal difference meaning their trip to the Liberty Stadium is effectively a relegation play-off. Former Juventus ace Lemina, 24, said: “The club have given me everything to perform and I need to give back with all my heart. “When you join a team I don’t think you can expect that you will be fighting relegation. “But now this is our situation and we have to just keep going and work a lot to save the club. “For me it is a good pressure because the fans expect a lot from us and we have to give it back. “The main thing is to save the club and every single one of us knows that.” Southampton face a daunting final-day visit from champions Manchester City so manager Mark Hughes knows it is crucial his side win in South Wales. Hughes said: “We’ve got two games left and everybody is writing the Manchester City one off. “We’ll give that one TRAIN OF THOUGHT . . . Saints players focus in practice yesterday Saint Mario will give heart ’n soul a go as well but clearly the Swansea one is the one in which we can really decide our own fate.” It will also decide Hughes’ fate. He is only contracted until the end of the season and relegation means he may not be offered a new deal. Sparky is pinning his hopes on Nathan Redmond regaining his confidence and hitting form at the right time. Redmond (right), 24, came off the bench to head Saints into a 1-0 lead at Everton on Saturday. But a 96TH-MINUTE Tom Davies goal saw them leave Goodison Park with a frustrating draw. Hughes said: “I haven’t been at the club that long and I think Nathan is basically an outstanding player. “But he lost a little bit of FORM Swansea L L L D D last 5 in league Southampton DWD L L UPS 'N DOWNS Prem positions since December Swansea Southampton SWANNING AROUND . . . but joker Carvalhal knows now is the time to get serious about survival no laughing matter serve as an incentive on its own. But they should also be mindful of the cost of relegation. Not just financial, although that is a sobering thought for shrewd chairman Huw Jenkins. Swansea would miss the £100million they get from the Premier League each season. The parachute payments — around £90m over three years — do not go far, either, just ask the likes of Blackburn, Wigan, Bolton, Sunderland and Portsmouth, who have all tumbled down the football pyramid and struggled to make it back. Swansea could go that same way, unless they beat Southampton and take matters back into their own hands. Carvalhal, of course, knows his job is to keep the club up and he is not interested in how to plug the £50m deficit. He added: “I don’t think about money when I manage a team. I try to think about winning games. “My job is to try and win games and in this moment try and stay in the Premier League.” And that is the task he is faced with and only then, once the club's league status is secure, can the joker return and enjoy the last laugh. LIKELY LINE-UPS — SWANSEA: Fabianski, Naughton, Fernandez, Mawson, Olsson, Ki, King, Clucas, A Ayew, J Ayew, Abraham. SOUTHAMPTON: McCarthy, Stephens, Hoedt, Bednarek, Cedric, Lemina, Romeu, Tadic, Bertrand, Redmond, Austin. Tweet @benjhunt League position 11th 15th 19th Dec 1 16th 15th 20th 19th18th 18th 18th Jan 1 Feb 1 Mar 1 7.45pm, LIVE ON confidence maybe and that was evident in his play. Sometimes he was being too sure, rather than being the natural player he is. “I thought he was excellent when he came on against Everton. “He clearly understood what was required of him and when we made the change. “That shows he is engaged and focused on what is happening out on the pitch. “I had to make the decision not to start him, so he was disappointed with that. “But it didn’t affect his focus on the game itself because that was why he was able to make the impact he did.” Saints must do without Maya Yoshida for their Swansea trip, with the Japan defender suspended after his red card at Everton. But Hughes refuses to get hung up over points dropped against Everton. He said: “It’s a quick turnaround so we can’t dwell on that result. We can’t feel sorry for ourselves. “I don’t think we’re in any way damaged by the consequences of the game in terms of confidence, so we’ll be ready to go again and it’s up to us to get the job done.” Should the South Coast club go down they face losing their quality players — and the £100million income that goes with being in the Premier League. Midfielder Dusan Tadic, maybe their one star player, is already a target for Ajax — and they will not be the only club circling. Southampton are paying the price for selling off their prized assets, mostly recently in January when the offloaded Dutch defender Virgil van Dijk for £75m to Liverpool. Lose tonight and that policy may have finally caught up with them. HEAD-TO-HEAD 17th 18th Apr 1 May 7 THEIR Draws Saints win MEETINGS 3 6 Games IN THE 11 PREMIER Swans LEAGUE win 2 PREM TABLE P W D L F A Pts (C) Man City....36 30 4 2102 26 94 Man Utd.......... 36 24 5 7 67 28 77 Liverpool.........37 20 12 5 80 38 72 Tottenham.....36 21 8 7 68 32 71 Chelsea............36 21 6 9 61 34 69 Arsenal............36 18 6 12 72 48 60 Burnley........... 37 14 12 11 35 37 54 Everton...........37 13 10 14 43 55 49 Leicester.........36 11 11 14 49 54 44 Newcastle ...... 36 11 8 17 36 46 41 Crystal Palace 37 10 11 16 43 55 41 Bournemouth 37 10 11 16 43 60 41 Watford..........37 11 8 18 44 63 41 Brighton.........36 9 13 14 33 47 40 West Ham .......36 9 11 16 45 67 38 Huddersfield..36 9 9 18 27 56 36 Southampton 36 6 15 15 36 55 33 Swansea......... 36 8 9 19 27 53 33 West Brom......37 6 13 18 31 54 31 (R) Stoke.........37 6 12 19 33 67 30 THIS IS KI GAME KI SUNG-YUENG says it is do-or-die for Swansea against Southampton tonight. The South Korean midfielder (left) knows the Swans must beat their relegation rivals at the Liberty Stadium or face the prospect of Championship football next season. Ki, 29, said: “The match with Southampton is going to decide who stays in the Premier League. “It is going to be the biggest game in our season. It’s going to be winner takes all. The next two home games are crucial. But we are OK WHEN ASKED ABOUT HOW TO WIN GAMES HE SAID... We put all the meat in the BBQ. We put all the meat inside to grill. 53 and we are not worried.” The Swans are winless in eight games and have not scored for 289 minutes. But Ki is refusing to panic, with another home clash against already-relegated Stoke on the final day offering a possible last escape route. He said: “I don’t think there’s a problem with scoring goals, everyone has to help the strikers. We produced a good second-half display against Chelsea and must maintain that in the next two games.” PUEL . . . Foxes blast Puel fires warning By GRAHAM HILL CLAUDE PUEL has warned Leicester to ‘sack me at your peril’ — branding the Premier League a “piranha club”. The Frenchman is under pressure following the Foxes’ run of just four wins in 19 league matches — despite the public support of the chairman, Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha. And boss Puel, axed by Southampton last summer, claims the Saints’ struggles this term should be seen as a warning to the King Power hierarchy. Ahead of Leicester’s home clash with Arsenal tomorrow, he said: “I finished eighth with Southampton. We can see where they play now. “I came here to a team in difficulties. But we’ll finish in the table’s top half. I am pragmatic about this. The Premier League is like a piranha club. “I try to have dignity and integrity in my work and to develop the club. “But speculation can create a problem.” Sport ENGLAND beat Italy 2-1 in the Under-17s Euros at Walsall. Alessio Riccardi fired the Italians in front but second-half goals from Arvin Appiah and Tom Doyle’s penalty gave the hosts victory. SHORT IF either Swansea or Southampton win they will all but relegate the other and send West Brom down in the process. Swansea have lost their last three and slipped into the drop zone, while the Saints are on the up with four points from their last two. We fancy Sparky’s men to win with both teams to score at 4/1 with Sun Bets. But only the Baggies have dropped more points from winning positions than the Saints. DIAMOND: Saints to win and BTTS, 4/1 with Sun Bets. NEXT BEST: Dusan Tadic to score first, 15/2 with Sun Bets. LONGSHOT: Saints HT, Swansea FT, 33/1 with Sun Bets. 18+ T&Cs apply. Odds subject to change. 1GM RM ............... Tuesday, May 8, 2018 Champs City are light years ahead MANCHESTER CITY have lit up the Premier League this term — now they are lighting up the world! To celebrate their title victory, each player, plus boss Pep Guardiola, had a unique light projection displayed in their home town. Sunday’s surprise illuminations were spread across 25 CITIES over THREE CONTINENTS. The light show kicked off with an image of the squad on Manchester Town Hall. Each location had a personal connection to the player, from the first pitch they ever played football on to their childhood school. There was the favela in Sao Paulo where Gabriel Jesus first learned to play, the beach in Gran Canaria where David Silva used to practise and the site of Kevin De Bruyne’s first club in Belgium where kids compete in the Kevin De Bruyne Cup each year. There were further tributes across the City Football Academy in Manchester to recognise the players who have graduated from the youth ranks to the first team this season. The illuminations were planned over the last couple of weeks following the club’s title win. City’s chief operating officer Omar Berrada said: “The players loved it.” l TO view all the photos, visit www.mancity.com RAHEEM STERLING Copland Community School in England the where Wembley, forward was part of the football team growing up. KEVIN DE BRUYNE At the site of his former team Drongen in Ghent, Belgium. The club now hold a Kevin De Bruyne Cup each year. PREMIER LEAGUE NEW BOSS SORT OUT THIS MES But Three Amigos can lift Gunners THEY have arrived too late to save Arsene Wenger but Arsenal’s Three Amigos might just be the future for the new manager. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Alexandre Lacazette and Henrikh Mkhitaryan started together for the first time in Sunday’s 5-0 rout of Burnley. And the way the superstar trio instantly clicked suggests they could be a force to be reckoned with next season. Now the headache for the next Gunners boss is finding a place for £350,000-a-week Mesut Ozil in his starting line-up. Ozil’s injuries and illnesses are winding up some of his teammates. If the new gaffer takes a dim view of his unreliability in terms of availability, he could be missing even more games next season than this — by being put on the bench. When Aubameyang signed for a club record £60million from Borussia Dortmund in January, it was widely assumed that he had been bought to replace Lacazette up front. The Frenchman had struggled to justify his £52m price tag during his first six months in England and was already in danger of being written off. Yet rather than accept his fate as Aubameyang’s pricey back-up, Lacazette has responded with the kind of form which prompted Wenger to sign him in the first place. Eight goals in his last nine games since returning from sixweeks out with a knee injury is 1GM RM Tuesday, May 8, 2018 ............... 55 NICOLAS OTAMENDI Defender’s family church in La Paloma, Buenos Aires, Argentina. JOHN STONES The England defender’s former school Penistone Grammar in Barnsley, UK. MANCHESTER CITY SQUAD The club’s commemorative light shows kicked off with this one at Manchester Town Hall. SERGIO AGUERO Striker’s first football club Loma Alegre in Buenos Aires, Argentina. ILKAY GUNDOGAN Gelsenkirchen Hessler 06’s stadium in Germany, where the midfielder first played football. LEROY SANE Himmelsleiter landmark in Essen, Germany, which the winger has tattooed on his back. Stones happy to crock ’n roll By ROSS GREGORY JOHN STONES is “overjoyed” to become a Premier got good people around me League winner — despite and good team-mates. his frustrating, injury“It was good to finally get back out there on the pitch. ravaged season. The England central defender 23, returned for Manchester City’s 0-0 draw with Huddersfield on Sunday after two months on the sidelines. And Stones, who has started just 15 league games this season, admits it has been a challenging campaign. The former Everton star, signed for £47.5million in August 2016, said: “It was frustrating, I had a bit of bad luck. “I suffered concussion coming back from England duty, then I got ill, so that kind of had just a knock-on effect. “I came back in, was training and got injured so it wasn’t an easy time. I’ve I really enjoyed it, although it would have been nice to celebrate it with a win.” Having picked up his first league winners’ medal, he added: “It doesn’t seem real — these kind of things you’re used to just watching it on the TV. “It will sink in, I think, eventually, but I’m just going to try and enjoy it and think about the season and what everyone’s done. “I think we’ve thoroughly deserved getting the title and how we’ve done it — the amount of points and everything. “To be honest, you could not see it going to anyone else. “It’s a special moment for me, my family and the team. I’m overjoyed.” MUST SOLVE OZIL DILEMMA By MARK IRWIN confirmation Lacazette is far too good to sit on the bench. And now he is relishing the opportunity to play alongside Aubameyang in a partnership which promises to be Arsenal’s most prolific since the days of Thierry Henry, Dennis Bergkamp and Robin van Persie. Mkhitaryan, a straight swap for Alexis Sanchez, has also hit the ground running after being dumped by Manchester United. It was head of recruitment Sven Mislintat rather than Wenger who drove the January deals for Aubameyang and Mkhitaryan. Arsenal’s new transfer chief knew both players from their time together at Dortmund and convinced them to move to the Emirates despite the absence of Champions League football. Wenger gave his approval to both signings but the deals would have gone ahead without his say-so if necessary. No one at Arsenal thinks all their problems have been answered by one decent home game against a half-hearted Burnley side. But the basis of next season’s team is already starting to take shape, with Wenger insisting this squad will challenge for major honours with the right summer signings. If the new manager retains the 4-3-3 formation which so impressed at the weekend, it is From Back Page have recurred regularly over the past 18 months. There had been no mention of an injury in the aftermath of Thursday’s Europa League defeat by Atletico Madrid. Ex-Arsenal defender Martin Keown snapped: “I don’t know how many illnesses he’s had but he’s not giving everything. There is much more under the bonnet.” Ozil has not started 25 of Arsenal’s 58 matches this term. He has become an increasingly divisive figure, communicating with only a handful of team- mates and avoiding promotional activities whenever possible. Some Gunners fans chanted “Mesut Ozil, he’s ill when he wants,” during Sunday’s game. Boss Arsene Wenger admitted: “I don’t think he’ll be available for the rest of the season.” But one former player claimed: “It’s interesting he now has a back problem because that is the one injury which is impossible to disprove. “But you can bet that he will be fully fit and available to play for Germany in the World Cup next month.” SICK OF STAR hard to see where Ozil fits in. He could play on the left of midfield alongside Aaron Ramsey and Granit Xhaka. But his reluctance to track back or make a physical challenge would leave Arsenal vulnerable in the middle of the park. He could also work on the left of a 4-4-2 but does not enjoy playing wide and would struggle to give much defensive support to his full-back. That is why there is a growing realisation at the club that it would be a huge mistake to allow Jack Wilshere to leave as a free agent this summer. Wilshere is in the final few weeks of his contract and is keen to stay at the Emirates. But the contract he has been offered still requires him to take a wage cut and would pay him little more than a quarter of Ozil’s salary. Arsenal are still hoping to convince Wilshere to stay. The club’s hierarchy are also keen to give a more prominent role to emerging midfielders Ainsley Maitland-Niles and Reiss Nelson. The Arsenal jigsaw is slowly falling into place. But Ozil — despite having the fattest salary — may no longer be the key piece in the picture when the new boss looks at his options. Ian Wright OUR COLUMNISTS ARE THE TALK OF FOOTBALL ARSENE WENGER needed broad need a centre-half, a keeper and another midfielder. shoulders more than once during possibly What the new boss has to do is the final years of his reign. arrive with the knowledge he must They came in handy for plenty of others at Arsenal too, in fairness. Not least the likes of Ivan Gazidis, Stan Kroenke and the rest of the Gunners top brass, who hid behind Arsene when the flak was flying. Now Arsene is going that safety net is going with him. So the time has come for all those who’ve been so quiet over the years to show their true colours. By that I mean for them to get vocal, get public, get behind whoever the new man is — and, most importantly, hold their nerve if he doesn’t get off to a flier. Whoever fills the vacancy will have a heck of a job on his hands, simply because the old manager was there for so long. But the goalposts have moved since Arsene arrived. These days it’s all about quick fixes, immediate success. And if it doesn’t happen, getting someone else in. We know there is no huge war chest for the next boss. Around £50m has been quoted — not in the same league as Chelsea or the Manchester clubs. By my reckoning, Arsenal develop what’s already there and turn them into Premier League stars. I do think there’s the basis to do that, though. I love the look of centreback Konstantinos Mavropanos, Ainsley Maitland-Niles is a player, and Alex Iwobi continues to improve. Young Joe Willock and Reiss Nelson are great prospects, too. So it isn’t a case of starting from scratch. Arsenal need someone with strength of character, confidence, tactical and coaching ability and an affinity for youth. From the top, it needs patience and nerve, plus the courage to speak up for the manager. Let’s be honest, there was precious little of that when the abuse was flying in Arsene’s direction, some of it personal, disgusting and shameful. I’ve no problem when criticism is constructive, I can look myself in the mirror when it comes to that, because I have only ever said what I think will benefit the club. But some of those fans who were cheering Arsene’s name on Sunday have shown more faces than the town hall clock. That’s out of order. It’s interesting chief executive Gazidis has suddenly become very public now he’s got what he wants. He should remember with great power comes great responsibility. Gazidis and the board failed to support Arsene in times of trouble. They mustn’t make the same mistake again. 56 ............... Tuesday, May 8, 2018 Sun thesun.co.uk/sport Sport 2GM SAINTS IN HOTEL FURY SOUTHAMPTON were fuming ahead of tonight’s relegation clash at Swansea after their hotel reservation was cancelled at the last minute. Mark Hughes’ Saints were told the 40 rooms they By OSCAR PAUL booked at the Swansea Marriott were no longer available. It is believed the cancellation had nothing to do with Swansea but a furious Hughes (left) and his side had to relocate to Vale of Glamorgan Hotel 40 miles away. Saints were told the Marriott had been hit by a virus — but the hotel was still taking bookings yesterday. Relegation Special — P52, 53 SICK OF OZILL By MARK IRWIN MESUT OZIL has angered Arsenal team-mates with his shocking prima donna attitude. A number of the Gunners squad suspect Ozil is being allowed to pick and choose which games he plays in. And they are unhappy with the number of times the club’s highest paid player has declared himself unavailable. Ozil, 29, has missed Arsenal’s last five Premier League games and has now been ruled out of their two remaining fixtures with a back problem. His latest setback follows a series of mystery illnesses which WHITE OUT . . . Ozil sat out Wenger’s final home game but donned commemorative T-shirt NAKED TRUTH . . . new world champ Williams strides in to press conference wearing only a towel WILLIAMS STRIPS TO MARK 3rd WORLD TITLE By HECTOR NUNNS MARK WILLIAMS was chuffed in the buff last night. The Welshman showed naked ambition to beat John Higgins 18-16 and claim a third world snooker title. Then he paid up on his promise to go starkers for the press conference. 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