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439 items of lost property at a Staffordshire theme park include a

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spring onion. Police in Newfoundland have arrested a man for trying to

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break into prison. 1,300 Swiss carpenters have set a new world

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record clapping record. Headline of the week from the talking herald

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painterman offers reward after speed bump stolen. That's the world this

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evening from No Such Thing As The News.

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Hello and welcome to another episode of No Such Thing As The News. Coming

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to you from up the creek in Greenwich London. I'm Dan Schreiber

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I'm sitting here with Anna Ptaszynski, Andrew Hunter Murray and

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James Harkin. CHEERING AND

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APPLAUSE. Each week we will be presenting to

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you the most interesting stories we found in the news in the last seven

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days. No particular order, here we go. Starting with you, Andrew Hunter

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Murray. My fact is, that the first time the British Cabinet approved

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plans for a third runway at Heathrow the check-in desk was still a row of

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tents. There it is. When was that? 1946. It was as it

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opened as a civilian airfield. 46, two runways. They said - we need a

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third one at some point. That's a good idea, let's do that. They have

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kind of been having that discussion since then. The The decision was

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meant to happen this week. It has been put off for one week. 0 years

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so far, one more week won't make that much difference. There is

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another sub-committee who look into it next week. Within a week of that

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they hold the Commons vote. That vote is only to see what the Commons

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thinks of it. Then they have to have a public consultation. Then they

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have to something called a National Policy Statement. The whole thing

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could take up top two years. If Trump gets in we will all be living

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in tents anyway. They are nice tents. Like clamping. They are nice

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on the inside. Sofas and bowls of flowers. It sounds significantly

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better than check-in now. Yes. So, Vote Trump.

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE. The third busiest airport in the

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world. It makes sense that would happen. I was reading that basically

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they have four invisible roundabouts above the airport. What? So many

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planes are landing, they don't have time to facilitate landing them all

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on a direct route. They have four spaces in the world, called stats.

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It's basically just a giant invisible roundabout. You spend 20

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minutes circling around for round it abouts. Is it give way to the left?

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You said moving to the left. Scientists in Queensland, at the

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University of Queens lance land are using budgies to stop plane crashes?

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I giant? They are normal size. Are he this using them as those bats to

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wave. What they've done, they noticed if you get a load of budgies

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in a small area they don't fly into each other that much. They filmed a

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group of them. When they come near each other they always turn right.

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If each one is turning right they always miss each other. Hold on. Can

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I check. We hadn't worked out that in order to not crash into each

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other we had to have a system where by we knew which way to turn when we

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saw an oncoming plane we had to wait for the budgies to tell us. A plane

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had to land on three wheels this week. It was a British Airways

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plane. It was leaving London to go to Chicago and then I think the

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pilots realised that their wheel under carriage was locked am they

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wouldn't be able to get the wheels out properly and land properly. They

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turned around. It landed on three wheels rather than five. It's

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common. It's called a belly landing if there is a malfunction with the

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plane. It's called a gear uplanding if the pilot forgets to put the

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wheels down. Is it that he forgets or something goes wrong? It's always

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human errorsor. When they don't go down it's human error. No. There is

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a book called Aviation Management, there is an old flying adadge, there

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are two types of pilot, those who have landed gear up and those that

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will. Wow! They have noticed that budgies always put their feet down

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when they land. That's really interesting.

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APPLAUSE. Heathrow was almost called Swintonfield after the Air Minister.

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People worried people from other countries couldn't pronounced

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Heathrow. The first ever take off and landing at Heathrow was in 1925,

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way before the airport was actually there. It was a pilot called Norm

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app Mak Milan am he needed somewhere to land because his plane was in

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trouble. . He saw this patch in Hounslow. He went down, he landed.

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Later on he took off and he thought - this is a nice flat bit. That is

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how Heathrow became Heathrow. Before they used its a an airport it was

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used for ploughing competitions. I was following a ploughing

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competition in America, just recently... What do you mean

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following? Like, in the news. I read it was happening. Very exciting. Is

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it. Great ploughers out there. It's a worldwide thing. Did it make you

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wonder why they ever made an airport when ploughing... Why do you needed

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to go anywhere. Some people have to get to the ploughing competition.

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Another bit of news about airports that appeared in the last couple of

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weeks. It's worth everyone knowing. It's that in Iraq the Transport

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Minister recently did a conference in which to announce the fact they

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were constructing a new airport. During the conference he announced a

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very important historical fact, which is that Iraq actually had the

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oldest airport ever in the world. This is during his actual

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presentation. Perhaps many do not know that the first airport to be

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built on planet earth, 5,000 years ago, was built here. When they

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settled here they knew well that atmosphere was suitable for flying

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to Uter space. It was from here that the spaceships took off towards the

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other planets. That is the Iraqi Transport Minister. We need to move

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on very shortly. Does anyone have anything before we do? This is

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another thing from earlier on this year about aeroplanes. Iron Maiden,

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the band, heavy metal band they got a new aeroplane this year. In fact,

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their lead singer is also a pilot. He flies all their planes when they

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go places. They had to alter their travel plans this year because they

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were supposed to touch down in tort Monday, it turned out that the metal

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out of which their plane was built was too heavy and had to reconnect

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their flight and get a connecting bus. Amazing. Fantastic. OK. We will

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have to move on to our second fact of the show. That is, James Harkin.

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This week's leaked Hillary Clinton speeches only exist because her

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staff were sending them to each other saying, "what are we going to

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do if these get leaked?" That's in an actual email that they... Yes.

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Basically, she did these speeches to Wall Street. It's a bit

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controversial because a lot of Democrats don't think she should be

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close to Wall Street. It's embarrassing for her. They didn't

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want anyone to see these things. People were sending them to each

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other saying, "what are we going to do?" Her campaign Chairman had his

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emails leaked which meant we saw all the conversations about these

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speeches. Right. That is how we get to know about them. The Clinton team

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haven't confirmed or denied that these leaks are real. Hillary's

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running mate doesn't give any creedance to the documents because

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he doesn't know if they are accurate. There has been polling out

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today shows that one in four 18-35-year-olds would prefer a giant

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meet other to hit either of the candidates. Not one, either. It's a

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weird election where you could put Nick Clegg against these two and he

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would win, right? There is only one way that I can see that Donald Trump

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could win this election, and that is if they hold it in Russia. Because,

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Wayne Gallop did a poll of 45 countries in the world, which

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represents 75% of the world's population and asked, would you vote

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for Hillary or Trump. In Russia Trump has a 23% lead. In America

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Hillary has a 7% lead. Everywhere else in the world she has a higher

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lead than she does in America. She has 9% lead in China, 49% lead in

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the UK, 80% lead in Portugal. 80%. Trump gets 5%ed in Portugal against

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her 85 and some don't knows. They all went for the meet other. --

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meter. Tior. He has a lead against robots. An academic story of the

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first first debate and reaction online. Trump got four times as many

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tweets from bots than Clinton. If you fweet more than 50 times a day

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you are probably a robot, that is how they measure it. Bots tend to

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follow many more accounts than they are followed by in turn. A sign that

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they do not have real friends. All these really depressed people

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listening to this. On Clinton, there is this scandal about the fact she

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helicopter emails on a private server. An article this week said

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Clinton was unaware of the requirement in 2012 to turn over her

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emails when she left office that may be due to to a concussion in 2012.

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She fainted aed at home, hit her head and was sick for a while and

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had trouble remembering stuff said in meetings. She had to wear a

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special pair of glasses for a while and I didn't know these were a

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thing. They are called frenal glasses. On her left eye, that is

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not normal glasses. That is a frenal lens. She's a Trump voting robot!

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They are in lighthouses? That is the original frenal lens. That causes a

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lighthouse to be able to project light much further it corrects

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double vision, which is what she had. Who the hell is that? That was

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the poster girl for the lens in the 1930s. Maybe she's born with it,

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maybe it's the frenal. Isn't that cool. She had the glasses to correct

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her double vision for ages. This This is about WikiLeaks. Julian much

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Assange has been in the news because Pamela Anderson visited him. There

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was a tweet from WikiLeaks saying that the internet link has been

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intentionally severed by a state party. We have activated the

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appropriate contingency plans. It sounds like they are having a party

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and they are like, what should we do... The conspiracy is that Pamela

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Anderson went in as a government agent and poisoned him. You would

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pick someone inconspicuous. The most famous woman in the world... In the

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90s! What! I was reading into his Assange's time at the Ecuadorian

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embassy. He is in a small section of the building. He runs two accounts.

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The Wikileak account. This is his other account. It's called Embassy

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Cat. It was a Cat that was given to him. It's interested in counter

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purrvelance and supposedly he tweets daily from this account. You say he

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lives in a small room. The ladies toilet. He had a room which was

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bigger. He couldn't really sleep because it was near Harrods loading

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bay. When the police change shifts it always woke him up. He found the

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quietest place in the building it was the ladies toilets. They ripped

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out the toilets and sinks and put a bed in there. He has a treadmill

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which was donated to him by Ken Loach the director who wanted to

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make sure he got exercise. He says he does four to five miles a day on

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that treadmill. He got it in December 2012. I calculated how many

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miles he's actually run inside the Ecuadorian embassy. He's run by

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5,600 miles and 7,000 miles, right. I thought, OK. How far is that

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actually if you were running in a straight line? What I worked out...

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The same distance. Oh, right. CHEERING AND APPLAUSE.

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It is incredibly far to run. That would mean he has run the equivalent

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miles if he started at the London Embassy he could have run all the

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way by now to Equador! .

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That's how far he has run in theory in that one room in the Equadorian

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embassy! We are half-way through the show and

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it is time to look at the stories that you sent in via e-mails and

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social media. We're going to start with you Andy. This was sent in by

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Laura. It is that police are looking for two female pensioners suspected

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of stealing a six foot high portrait of Steve McQueen from an Irish hotel

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with the aid of a zimmer frame! LAUGHTER

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Sadly, sadly, they found it was too big to fit into their car and it was

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discovered with slight damage outside a nearby restaurant.

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LAUGHTER James, what have you got? Mine came

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from Matthew Lowe on Twitter. It is that a group of crows in Hull have

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turned violent and started attacking pigeons! Due to the closure of their

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favourite branch of McDonald's! LAUGHTER

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Anna? This is from a viewer. Leicester man has admitted stealing

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13 blocks of cheese worth ?39 from a supermarket. He said he was not sure

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at the time how much cheese he had taken or what he would have done

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with it! LAUGHTER

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OK. It is time to move on to fact number three and that is my fact. My

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fact this week is that this week's scientists have announced that they

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have finally worked out why the sky goes dark at night.

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Is it because the sun's not there? LAUGHTER

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You would think that, right? That's why it goes dark. But it is not.

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Well, test me theory. So... 200 years ago there was a German

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astronomer and he had this thought which is that if we live in a

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universe with an infinite number of stars how come at night if it is

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completely coated with light from the stars, are we not just in

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permanent daylight? So many theories were put forward about this. A lot

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of people thought that one of the reasons that he might have got it

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wrong about the infin it star idea is that actually we're not coated as

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it is with stars at the moment. But very recently a research team in

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Nottingham has found a whole new batch of galaxies. I spoke to the

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guy who was part of the research team. We spoke on Skype. Here is a

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picture of him. Professor Christopher. This is a by-product of

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a major, major discovery which is there are way more gal agosies in

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the universe than we thought and they plug the houles holes in the

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night sky therefore we are completely covered in light. It

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reverts to another theory, the gas in the universe absorbs light, but

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that's the reason we have dark skies at night. That's true. It is partly

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the light could be absorbed by the gas or by dust. It is partly by

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something called red shift which means as they go further away, they

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appear more red and they go into the infa red part of the spectrum we

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can't see and because the universe is expanding, some of the stars are

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further away, but basically, it is because the sun's not there.

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APPLAUSE We do get sometimes quite

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interesting light at night. There was a photo taken this week and I

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have not heard of this before, but it is a moonbow. It is a rainbow at

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night. That's night-time. How cool? You get fogbows as well. The same as

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rain really, it is just a different kind of...

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LAUGHTER. There is one more development in

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space this week which is isn't really in space. But it is... It is

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a new theoretical entity in space. It is a new nation which has been

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founded. There is a Russian scientist launched this as a

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theoretical nation that's meant to cause peace and stop conflict

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spreading to earth. You can sign up via the website and I'm a citizen

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and it is pretty easy! They just need your e-mail and aning bank

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details for some reason! I did this as well. Anna? I haven't done it.

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I'm a foreigner. LAUGHTER

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Less than a week after this thing launched, it has more citizens than

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Barbados, it is pretty good. Over 400,000 people signed up. One thing

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in space this week they have tikanaughts. I saw a great video of

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the launch they did and the Chinese do something fantastic just on the

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count of two before they go up. I'm going to show you a video and this

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is of the astronauts as they are sitting inside with a five countdown

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going on within the shuttle. Here we go. It is, four, three, hello!

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LAUGHTER Just a little salute. Keep your

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hands on the wheels at two! Sadly, it is like no hands!

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So they're going up to the Chinese space station. They are going to

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have another space station, it will be ten times better because it is

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newer. There will have a robotic grappling arm, but the Pentagon have

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voiced concerns that China maybe testing these technologies so they

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might reach out and touch another country's satellite!

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LAUGHTER Space pervert!

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You would expect such a thing from the Trump administration. Just grab

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them by the satellite! OK, we need to move on to our final

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fact of the show and that is Anna. My fact, there is a four meter wide

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hole in Sir David Attenborough's bottom! It must be lovely having a

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series. Thank you for watching. This is the news this week that the RRS,

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Sir David Attenborough which is the ship better known as Boaty Mc Boat

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Face it has a four meter wide hole in the bottom. It will be a research

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ship that will go to the Poles, the Arctic and Antarctic and do research

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there over the next few years and they have built it a wet porch...

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That sounds disgusting! I didn't want to say David Attenborough has a

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wet porch! I don't know why! So this is a hole that runs from the

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deck right to the bottom of the ship and it means that you can conduct

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experiments more easily so if you need to drop equipment into the

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water it is a steadier environment in which to do it rather than

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dropping it over the sides because the water will be calmer and because

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it will be ploughing through ice, a lot, it will be able to cut through

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one meter thick ice, you can drop equipment in because all around the

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boat will be ice. It has a huge hole in the bottom of the boat. That's

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very cool. It is the big news this week that David Attenborough went

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down to see the ship being fitted with its keel and they do an

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interesting thing with the coin. They press a coin into the bottom of

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it. So the coin they put in was a newly be minted coin from the

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British Antarctic area. They are minted to be used in the Antarctic!

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I'm not really sure what people can buy there because they are not legal

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tender in the UK either. They can only be used there. Not only that,

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it is part of the Antarctic which we claim, but no one else in the world

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believes that we own! LAUGHTER

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Well, I think when they see this, they'll change their mind! So we

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should say that Boaty Mc Face has a role to play, quite an important

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role and David Attenborough was sweet on the Today programme, Boaty

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Mc Boat Face is the little submarine that they are going to allow to

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descend, but it is very Independent. It can go 6,000 meters down below

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sea level to explore the sea and it will be able to remain at sea for

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many months at a time and we have got a picture of the sign that was

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at the opening ceremony. So they are trying to get people to take it more

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seriously and that was the sign they put up of Boaty Mc Boat Face. They

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invited David Attenborough, I wonder if they invited the man who

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suggested Boaty Mc Boat Face. I found him on Twitter and he was

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invited. So that's really nice, but he said he was too busy! I think he

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kind of regretted it instantly because so much flak came towards

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him even in his bio he suggests regret because his bio line reads,

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"The reason we can't have nice things, hashtag boaty McBoat face."

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A really cool thing about the people who are building this boat. They are

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called Cammell Laird. They are a famous boat building company. They

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invented the mechanism on the London Underground that doesn't crush you

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as you try to walk through the doorsment they had a contract to

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build London Underground trains in the 1920s and they came up with

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recycling doors which if they touched anything they'd re-open so

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they wouldn't crush you and it was a complete disaster at first! Fingers

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everywhere! No, they longed for the injuries of the past because what

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was happening, I read this in a book called London Underground electric

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train and passengers discovered its major weakness, they could use it to

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wait for late comers especially if the late comer happened to be an

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attractive lady. It caused massive delays. So people would just stand

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there and wait for an attractive lady. We're going to have to wrap up

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soon. Does anyone have anything before we do? Just one more thing

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about that vote. So David Attenborough came fourth in that

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vote, but they went for it anyway, but that's not what it is called, it

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is called Sir David Attenborough and Sir David Attenborough came 57th.

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Boats and names that beat him were, names that beat that name include I

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Like Big Boats Sca and I Can Not Lie. Boats scabbing back Mountain

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and I have collected a few of these. Usain Boat. And Ice, Ice Baby and

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Clifford The Big Red Boat. That's all of our facts. Just time to share

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with you the stories we didn't have time to get to and we'll start with

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James. My fact is about this billboard. It has been erected in

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Michigan and it is a message for Donald Trump that you can't read

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this, but you're scared of it! LAUGHTER

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Adam, what Scan a that BBC Breakfast apologised for showing a picture of

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an escaped gorilla instead of Nicola Sturgeon. We have got a video of it

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here. Coming up in the programme, we're going to be joined by Scottish

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First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon. We'll talk to her about plans for a

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second referendum on independence. LAUGHTER

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Andy, what have you got? The Vladimir Putin calendar 2017 has

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been published and it shows him respectively in a tree!

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LAUGHTER In a wetsuit!

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With a kitten. And getting into a combine harvester!

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APPLAUSE OK, that's it. That's all from me

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Annie, James and Anna will be back next week. We have been No Such

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Thing As The News. Goodbye. Dan has escaped from a zoo. No Such

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Thing As The News will be back next week at the same time. Bye-bye. Good

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night. It says here that you're taking over

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as the new host of QI. Oh, for goodness' sake!

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Celebrity tittle-tattle.

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Current affairs made interesting and funny by some cheerful people. A welcome tonic! With James Harkin, Andrew Hunter Murray, Anna Ptaszynski and Dan Schreiber.


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