2 surreylive.news NEWS & MAIL WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2020 Inside THE LIST News Letters Community Puzzles TV Sport .................................................1-11 ....................................... 12&13 ................................14-17 ............................................. 18 ............................................... 29-35 ........................................ 46-48 HOT THE BEST OF TV AND STREAMING THIS WEEK Contacts Editorial Reporters Acting Editor Richard Duggan 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 Louis Theroux with Steve Drain from the Westboro Baptist Church FREDDIE CLARE/BBC LOUIS LOOKS BACK she visits the city of Juarez which is adjacent to El Paso on the other side of the border to find out what life is like there. LOUIS THEROUX: LIFE ON THE EDGE BBC Two, Sundays at 9pm and BBC iPlayer Ever since the 1990s Louis Theroux has been meeting and probing people living on the periphery of the mainstream, looking at different subcultures, alternative lifestyles and marginalised communities in his compelling documentaries. His new series for the BBC, which started last Sunday, is a sort of greatest hits compilation in which Theroux looks back over his career and catches up with some of the people who’ve fallen under his curious but disarming gaze in the past. Theroux has also included his own home movie footage and news archive to delve deeper into his stories about human psychology. “I’m really proud of what we’ve been able to do with this new series,” says Theroux. “I think we’ve been able to make the whole add up to more than the sum of the parts and to bring out surprising themes and commonalities. And, if nothing else, it was an interesting review of how my haircuts and glasses have changed over the years.” ■ ON THE MEND THE REPAIR SHOP BBC One, Mondays at 4.30pm, Wednesdays at 8pm, BBC iPlayer Jay Blades and the team return with a new series of programmes that provide heartwarming, intimate stories as people bring in treasured family heirlooms for repair. As the highly-skilled experts get to work restoring often badly damaged items, we hear the personal tales behind them. The new series kicks off with a pair of vintage weighing scales and a battered handbag. Be prepared to shed a tear or two. ■ Sir David Attenborough looks at how the mass extinction of species would affect the planet SARAH DUNN/BBC Advertising of the ecological system as a whole. The consequences on food and water supplies, our security, the climate and the likelihood of pandemics are all knock-on effects of these changes. Experts will join Sir David to explain how all groups in the natural world are in decline and deliver the sobering news that extinction is now happening up to 100 times faster than at its natural evolutionary rate. 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Memento unfolds in reverse chronology as Guy Pearce’s detective Leonard Shelby tries to find out who killed his wife. Complicating matters is the fact he suffers from a type of amnesia that means he can’t build new short-term memories so, as he hunts down the killer, he has to keep track of what he’s found out from scribbled notes on paper and on his body. A clever idea brilliantly executed. ■ SUE PERKINS: ALONG THE US-MEXICO BORDER BBC iPlayer GOING EXTINCT Many celebrity travelogues are little more than televised jollies but Sue Perkins’ latest adventure is a more gritty affair as she travels the US-Mexico border during a time of high tension thanks to Donald Trump’s belligerent attitude. The two-part series opens in Tijuana where Sue meets migrants hoping to cross the border, Americans who’ve retired to Mexico and medical tourists who are after cheap dental work. In part two, ■ EXTINCTION: THE FACTS BBC One, Sunday, September 13, 8pm With a staggering million species now endangered, Sir David Attenborough explores the science of extinction and how this crisis will affect us all. The programme looks at what is causing the loss of biodiversity and what it means for us as part ■ 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. 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