2 surreylive.news NEWS & MAIL WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19, 2020 Inside News Letters Community Puzzles TV Family notices Sport .................................................1-11 ....................................... 12&13 ................................14-17 ............................................. 18 ................................................22-28 ............................. 29 ......................................... 35-36 Contacts Editorial Reporters Acting Editor Richard Duggan Billie Piper as Suzie Pickles and Leila Farzad as Naomi in I Hate Suzi Jamie Phillips (Rushmoor) Phone: 01483 508744 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Stephen Lloyd (Hart) Phone: 01483 508968 Email: email@example.com William Bradley (Surrey Heath) Phone: 01483 508707 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Sports Kaylee Seckington Phone: 01483 508909 Email: email@example.com Photosales Phone: 01604 683902 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Digital media Phone: 01483 508914 Email: email@example.com Subscriptions/Renewals To order a copy of this newspaper, call the circulation department on 0808 144 8808 SKY UK LIMITED/OLLIE UPTON IN A PICKLE BRIT PACK Ivan is unexpectedly touched by young Ruby’s inquisitive nature and the gorilla gets back in touch with his memories of the wild. I HATE SUZIE from August 27 on NOW TV PAYDIRT from August 24 on Amazon Prime/BT TV Store/iTunes/Sky Store/TalkTalk TV Store and other download and streaming services Co-created by lead actor Billie Piper and Lucy Prebble, writer of Secret Diary Of A Call Girl, I Hate Suzie is a gritty eight-part drama about a very public invasion of privacy, which screens on Sky Atlantic and streams exclusively on NOW TV. Celebrity Suzie Pickles (Piper) is horrified when her mobile phone is hacked and compromising photographs are leaked. As the offending images are shared online, Suzie faces the impossible task of maintaining calm in the public eye with the help of best friend and manager Naomi (Leila Farzad). Behind closed doors, Suzie’s marriage to her husband Cob (Daniel Ings) comes under intolerable scrutiny and her showbusiness career unravels at frightening speed. ■ AMAZING GRACE Six years ago, Sheriff Tucker (Val Kilmer) oversaw a bungled drug bust to capture career criminal The Brit (Luke Goss). The lawman subsequently turned his back on the badge in disgrace while The Brit began a prison sentence, separating the mastermind from his four-strong crew and a rumoured 30 million US dollar pay day. Once The Brit is released from jail, he reunites with The Babe (Murielle Telio), The Badass (Veronika Bozeman), The Brains (Mike Hatton) and The Brawn (Paul Sloan) to claim the spoils of their last heist. However, Sheriff Tucker and his daughter Jamie (Mercedes Kilmer), who is earmarked for the role of District Attorney, intend to bring The Brit and his larcenous associates to justice. ■ CHEMICAL HEARTS from August 21 on Amazon Prime Video Based on Krystal Sutherland’s novel Our Chemical Hearts, writer-director Richard Tanne’s romantic drama follows two young souls, who discover that falling in love could be the very same moment they fall apart. High school student Henry Page (Austin Abrams) dedicates himself to study to achieve top grades and earn his place at an elite university. His dream is to edit the school’s newspaper, which seems to be tantalisingly in his grasp until he meets misfit Grace Town (Lili Reinhart). She defies the conventions of the kind of girl that hopeless romantic Henry thought would steal his heart. Grace casts a spell over Henry and he allows himself to be vulnerable to see how the fledgling relationship might develop. ■ Advertising Display development manager Michael Adamou Phone: 07500 952468 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Recruitment Phone: 08444 060268 Email: email@example.com General advertising, motors, property, classifieds, leaflets, education Phone: 01483 508700 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Public notice advertising Phone: 01892 239067 Email: email@example.com Family notices Phone: 0161 4449880 (option 2) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Sell my stuff www.getsurrey.co.uk/bookanad Newspaper sales development manager Linda Hing Phone: 01483 508765 Email: email@example.com Postal subscriptions Phone: 0808 144 8808 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org General enquiries 01483 508700 MALL OF THE WILD COACH CLASS THE ONE AND ONLY IVAN streaming from August 21 on Disney+ HOOPS from August 21 exclusively on Netflix Computer trickery and live action vividly bring to life director Thea Sharrock’s heartwarming adventure for the whole family, adapted for the screen by Mike White from Katherine Applegate’s award-winning 2012 children’s book. Ivan (voiced by Sam Rockwell) is a 400-pound silverback gorilla with few memories of the jungle where he was captured. He now lives in the suburban Big Top Mall owned by Mack (Bryan Cranston), in a communal habitat with various animal friends including Stella the elephant (Angelina Jolie) and Bob the dog (Danny DeVito). A baby African elephant called Ruby (Brooklynn Prince), who has been recently separated from her herd, arrives at the mall and is quickly taken under Stella’s maternal trunk. ■ Delusions take root on and off the basketball court in a potty-mouthed animated comedy for mature viewers created by Ben Hoffman. The unlikely hero is fiery-tempered high school sports coach Ben Hopkins (Jake Johnson), who believes that the key to resuscitating his flat-lined career is to inspire the student basketball team, the Colts, to greatness. Ben has always languished in the shadow of his universally adored father Barry (Rob Riggle) and considered himself a failure. In typically forthright fashion, Ben searches for talent in the corridors of Lenwood High while he runs a gauntlet of disapproval from the principal and teaching staff. ■ THE LIST HOT THE BEST OF TV AND STREAMING THIS WEEK Clarifications Please go to http://www.reachplc. com/howtocomplain where you can view our Complaints Policy and Procedure. A “How To Complain” pack is also available by writing to the Legal and Compliance Department, Reach PLC, One Canada Square, Canary Wharf, London E14 5AP. Gate House, 1 Farringdon Street, London, EC4M 7LG. Website http:// www.ipso.co.uk/ Telephone: 0300 123 2220 email email@example.com If you have a complaint concerning a potential breach of the Code of Practice, we will deal with your complaint directly or IPSO can refer your complaint to us. The News & Mail newspaper is published by Reach Southern Media Ltd, a subsidiary company of Reach PLC, which is a member of IPSO, the Independent Press Standards Organisation. 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