48 January 27, 2019 GET THE SPORT ONLINE FREE FOR A MONTH! GO TO www.sundaysportonline.co.uk B BS BOX ON THE BRITAIN’S ONLY NAKED TV GUIDE with SIMON DEAN TODAY WEDNESDAY TODAY Horror Channel, 12.55am, The Sand – A CHEEKY Nikki Leigh flashes her left breast for the guy holding the camera at two minutes or so! C4, 1.40am, Magic Magic – JUNO Temple’s sprawled out topless on a table for an open air examination at one hour 28. Her hooters certainly look healthy to us! TOMORROW THURSDAY TOMORROW Film4, 1.50am, Heli – LOTS of great soapy boobage from Linda Gonzalez as she showers in a lengthy scene at just past 36 minutes. Oooh….soapy! TUESDAY FRIDAY Horror Channel, 2.40am, The Devil’s Tomb – SEE Holly Weber’s devilish muff and Satanically sexy boobs when she appears nude and tempts a dude away from his duties at 44 mins. ITV4, 11.05pm, Starship Troopers – THE famous co-ed shower scene at 30 mins features boobs from Dina Meyer and Brooke Morales, along with boobs and buns from Tami-Adrian George and Blake Lindsley! Horror Channel, 2.20am, Cat People – Pert Nastassja Kinski goes chasing after a rabbit at one hour four mins and thus takes off all of her clothes, which evidently helps with speed and stealth! In either case, every bit of her bangable body is on bare-assed display! Inside Europe: 10 Years of Turmoil – BBC2, 9pm NEW series. Documentary telling the stories of the battles to keep the European Union together, with contributions by presidents, prime ministers and their closest advisers. The opening edition reveals how Walt Disney: Part One – BBC4, 10pm THE first of two documentaries exploring the life, career and legacy of Walt Disney. It makes use of archive footage alongside interviews with his friends, colleagues and relatives to present a portrait of a ruthlessly driven animator and entrepreneur whose single-minded ambition allowed him to create a string of cartoon masterpieces that would define an entire industry. This opening instalment charts Disney’s early days, from the creation of Mickey Mouse, through to the triumph of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, his first full-length animated feature film. David Cameron was pushed by the Conservative Party’s fixation with Europe to call the Brexit referendum, with Jean-Claude Juncker and Donald Tusk discussing how Cameron negotiated with EU leaders over the concessions he felt he needed to win the referendum – and how the Europeans saw it. Get animated over Disney brilliance
GET THE SPORT ONLINE FREE FOR A MONTH! GO TO www.sundaysportonline.co.uk January 27, 2019 49 Can Owls give Chelsea blues? Match of the Day Live: The FA Cup Chelsea v Sheffield Wednesday – BBC1, 5.45pm (Kick-off 6pm) GABBY Logan presents coverage of the fourth-round fixture, which takes place at Stamford Bridge. Maurizio Sarri’s Blues are the current holders of the famous trophy, and the Italian will be keen for his team to have a good run again. They will start as favourites here against Championship side the Owls, who beat League One Luton in a replay to reach this stage. With analysis by Danny Murphy and Ruud Gullit. TUESDAY Britain’s Top 100 Dogs Live: 2019 – ITV, 7.30pm BEN Fogle and Sara Cox count down the nation’s favourite dog breeds, with the top 10 decided by a public vote. The programme features fascinating facts about the heritage, key characteristics and personality traits of every breed in the top 100 chart, as well as a host of famous faces – including Harry Redknapp (right), Penny Lancaster, Gemma Atkinson and Martin and Shirley Kemp – sharing stories about their bond with their four-legged friends. And, hopefully, lots and lots of dogs humping Sara Cox’s leg. DON’T MISS THIS!!! Britain’s Favourite Sweets – C5, 7pm THE 20 best sweets, chosen by viewers, with contributions from celebrities, TV adverts from years gone by, a visit to the world’s oldest sweet shop, and an attempt to break the world marshmallow eating record. Yes. Some twat who was once the backing singer for the Thompson Twins asking: Do they still make Walnut Whips?” FOR. TWO. F**KING. HOURS! Plus, a competition winner gets to visit to a factory and invent her own confectionery. Whoo-pee! Unless she gets pulled into the pipes like Augustus Gloop, I don’t give a f**k. Winterwatch – BBC2, 8pm NEW series. The team returns to follow the fortunes of wildlife around the UK, as Chris Packham, Michaela Strachan (left) and Gillian Burke host from a new location in the Cairngorms, the UK’s largest national park. Here, cameras follow pine martens and red squirrels, golden eagles and crested tits. Plus, a look at how Britain’s wildlife is faring up and down the country. You can bet that it’ll be f**king freezing up there. By BARNEY SAMUELS The Last Survivors – BBC2, 9pm DOCUMENTARY compiling the personal testimonies of the remaining Holocaust survivors living in Britain, all of whom were children during their incarceration in the concentration camps. They discuss how these experiences continue to influence their adult lives and why particular memories have stayed with them. The film follows one man on a return journey to Auschwitz, accompanied by his daughter, while another survivor visits his home town in Germany for the first time since 1946. Fred and Rose West: The Real Story with Trevor McDonald – ITV, Thursday, 9pm THE veteran broadcaster revisits one of the most disturbing murder cases in British criminal history, a quarter of a century on from the discovery of the Wests’ extraordinary crimes, in which they murdered young women and girls and buried the remains under their home at 25 Cromwell Street in Gloucester. Trevor McDonald asks how the crimes went undetected for so long and what role did Rose play. Is it possible she was the driving force behind the crimes all along?