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Hello, this is Breakfast,

with Dan Walker and Louise Minchin.

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Put the kettle on... I'm bringing an

Oscar.

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Gary Oldman has a message

for his mum after winning the Oscar

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for Best Actor for his portrayal

of Winston Churchill.

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But the biggest cheer of the night

was for the best actress winner

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Frances McDormand when she paid

tribute to all the women nominees.

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If I may be so honoured to have all

the female nominees in every

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category stand with me in this room

tonight...

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And we've got a ticket

for the Vanity Fair

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after show party.

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We'll be live from the red carpet

talking to the stars as they arrive.

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Good morning, it's

Monday the 5th of March.

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Also this morning:

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MPs accuse Sir Bradley Wiggins

and Team Sky of crossing an ethical

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line in their use of drugs,

but they've strongly

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rejected the claims.

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Millions of people are told

to limit their water use as thawing

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temperatures cause burst pipes.

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Good morning.

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The number of people

starting apprenticeships

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has fallen dramatically.

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I'm at this manufacturer

in Birmingham to find out why.

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In sport, a pre-match pep talk

from David Beckham helps inspire

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the England Lionesses in New York.

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They twice come from a goal down

to draw with Germany

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in the SheBelieves Cup.

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And Carol has the weather.

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Good morning. The weather remains

unsettled this week but not on the

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scale of last week. A chilly start

this morning with mist and fog, some

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sunshine, some rain, but the snow is

mainly going to be on higher ground.

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More details in 15 minutes.

See you

them, thank you.

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Good morning.

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First, our main story.

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Gary Oldman has told his 99-year-old

mother to put the kettle

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on because he was bringing Oscar

home as he was crowned Best Actor

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for his portrayal of

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Sir Winston Churchill in Darkest

Hour.

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Frances McDormand was

named Best Actress.

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The Best Film prize went

to The Shape of Water.

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From Los Angeles, here's our

correspondent, James Cook.

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After a year of darkness, a splash

of colour returned to Hollywood. The

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black threads of protest were gone,

although the determination to call

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Time's Up on abuse and to create a

more inclusive industry remained.

If

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I may be so honoured to have all the

female nominees in every category

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stand with me in this room

tonight...

Best actress winner

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Frances McDormand had a message for

the moguls.

Look around, ladies and

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gentlemen, because we all have

stories to tell and projects we need

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financed.

And the winner is, Gary

Oldman, Darkest Hour.

For this

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transformation into Winston

Churchill, though British actor saw

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V for victory and he thanked this

99-year-old mother.

I said to my

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mother, thank you for your love and

support. Put the kettle on, I'm

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bringing Oscar home.

There were four

more British winds, including one

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for the Silent Child, a short film

about a deft little girl from

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Wiltshire.

I made a promise to our

six-year-old lead actress that I

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would sign this speech, and my hands

are shaking a bit so I apologise.

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Last year this famous duo announced

at the wrong winner. No such problem

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this time.

The Shape of Water.

The

greatest thing our art does and our

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industry does is raise the lines in

the sand, we should continue doing

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that, when the world comes, tells us

to make them deeper.

Inclusion was

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the theme, change is really coming

to Hollywood was the message. James

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Cook, BBC News, Los Angeles.

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Our arts correspondent Rebecca Jones

is on the red carpet

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at the Vanity Fair party

for us this morning.

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How is it going?

Good morning. It

isn't actually a red carpet here, it

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is a blue and cream carpet at Vanity

Fair but this is where all the stars

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come after the Oscars ceremony and

if they are winners, they are

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clutching those gold statues. Film

crews from around the world here on

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either side of me and the stars come

up the carpet. I'm keeping an eye

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over my shoulder in case anyone

arrives as we're talking. We're

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waiting for the all-important

winners, we hope to talk to Gary

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Oldman later, Frances McDormand won

Best actress, Allison Jani won Best

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Supporting Actress, Sam Rockwell, a

supporting actor and The Shape of

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Water, Best film. We expect the cast

and crew from that as well.

Thanks

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very much, we will be back with the

blue and green carpet later.

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My favourite bit during the Oscars,

to try to make sure the ceremony

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didn't overrun, the organisers of

the prize of a jetskis for the

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shortest acceptance speech.

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The costume designer

from Phantom Thread,

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Mark Bridges, won an Oscar

for Costume Design and gave a speech

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that came in at just 36 seconds.

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I think he just said thank you.

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And Ashley Judd, Salma Hayek

and Annabella Sciorra took

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to the stage for a Time's Up segment

about breaking barriers and changing

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the culture in Hollywood.

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We will be back later and we will be

watching that carpet carefully in

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case Gary Oldman turns up because we

would like to speak to him.

You

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talked to him after the Golden

Globes?

We did, we had a good

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chinwag. We will talk about the good

bag as well, and $1000 worth in it,

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holidays to Tanzania and Hawaii in

it and anti- sweat patches as well,

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which always go down well, only

worth $9.

They might be worth more

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than the holiday, though!

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Britain's top Olympian Sir Bradley

Wiggins and Team Sky have been

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accused of crossing an ethical

line in a report by MPs,

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who say they used medication

to enhance performance.

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Bradley Wiggins and Team Sky have

strongly refuted the claims.

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Adam Wild reports.

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They are some of the biggest names

in British sports

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but this long-awaited report

represents perhaps

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the gravest blow yet

to their reputations.

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Most significantly that

of Sir Bradley Wiggins,

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the nation's most

decorated Olympian.

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One of the things the report's

authors point to is the use

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of certain drugs by Wiggins

and his former team,

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Team Sky, the purpose

of which they say was not always

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to treat medical need

but to improve performance.

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That is something both Team Sky

and Wiggins strongly refute.

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And whilst they didn't

break anti-doping rules,

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they did, the report says,

cross the ethical line.

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And the head of the team,

Sir David Brailsford,

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must take responsibility.

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But this report goes much

further than just cycling.

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They say the evidence of Lord Coe,

the head of athletics governing

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body, to MPs on the committee

in 2015, was misleading,

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when he sought to distance himself

from any knowledge of allegations

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of doping in Russian athletics.

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The report also speaks of shock

at an injection of a drug called

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L-carnitine given to Sir Mo Farah

before the 2014 London Marathon.

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Whilst it isn't a banned substance,

there are strict rules

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around its use, yet that

dose did not appear

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on Farah's madical record.

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It's cycling, though,

a sport which has already suffered

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a series of blows to its reputation,

for which today's report

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will be most damaging.

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Adam Wild, BBC News.

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And in half an hour we'll be talking

to Damian Collins the chair

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of the committee which

produced the report.

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Customers in parts of London

and the south east of England have

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been told to limit their use

of water after thawing temperatures

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caused burst pipes.

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Thousands of others have been left

with no water at all.

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Simon Clemison is in West London

where emergency supplies of bottled

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water are being distributed.

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This is a problem right across the

United Kingdom, Simon, what is the

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situation this morning?

Good morning, Dan and Louise. This

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is what they call a water Station.

The consequences of the weather

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don't seem to end, do they? You have

a big lorry full of bottles of water

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to help the thousands of people in

London this morning still struggling

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with supplies. Other parts of the

country are struggling, Severn Trent

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apologising to people in Rugby after

nothing came out of the tap. It is

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warmer in London than it was when it

was snowing a few days ago and in

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one part of the country it got to 12

having been -4. If you think about

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it, that is a 16 degrees rise. We

know cooling down and warming up

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these metal pipes can lead to these

bursts and leaks and people to be

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left without supplies. Overnight

I've been speaking to some of those

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affected here.

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I haven't had a shower today

unfortunately.

There's no water in

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the tabs, no shower.

I work in the

pub downstairs and they have no

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water so I had to shut early.

You

run a restaurant, what's it like to

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come in and find no water? It is

critical. Without water you can't do

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any business. You can't wash up?

Exactly.

You can't wash up, you

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can't prep food, you can't operate.

I went down to the corner,

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unfortunately no water last night,

now the sink is working but I don't

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know when they're going to fix all

the problems. So much water is

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draining out of the system, Thames

Water need to make sure there is

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enough coming in. People are saying

to have barfs, not showers, fully

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loaded the washing machine and don't

wash the car, which I'm fully in

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favour of.

A problem for many this

morning after the cold weather of

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last week.

Seems believable we can't

get water but that's what is

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happening. -- seems unbelievable.

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United Nations officials in Syria

say they hope an escalation

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in fighting in the rebel-held

enclave of Eastern Ghouta over

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the weekend won't prevent them

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from taking in humanitarian supplies

today.

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President Assad has given

permission for the aid convoy,

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but said the government's

military offensive to retake

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the area must continue.

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Construction firms which have been

slow to build new homes could be

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refused planning permission

in future, under a shake-up to be

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unveiled by Theresa May.

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The Prime Minister will tell

developers to step up

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and do their bit, warning that

sitting on land as its value rises

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is not acceptable at a time

of chronic housing need.

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Italy appears to be heading

for a hung Parliament after voters

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backed right-leaning

and populist parties.

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Our Europe correspondent

Gavin Lee is in Rome

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for us this morning.

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Gavin, who are the

winners and losers?

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Why is it significant?

Good morning.

A rainy run today, government office

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behind me and with Parliament at the

moment, we know it is hung, there's

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no decisive outcome, Italians have

got used to that but suddenly the

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biggest party, Italy's first party,

is the Five Star Movement, and the

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softly spoken sharp suited

31-year-old Luigi Di Maio could be

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potentially one of the youngest

Prime ministers of Europe. But

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they're saying at the moment they

wouldn't form a coalition with

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another party. We have Italy's

eternal Highlander, Silvio

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Berlusconi, the 81-year-old

billionaire, the centre-right

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politician... According to the

polls, the moment half of the vote

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has been counted but they say the

centre-right have it in terms of a

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bigger overall score. The government

of the moment, Paolo Gentiloni, the

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former Prime Minister leading the

party, Metteo Renzi, suffering in

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third. We have coalition building

politics right now but ultimately

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European leaders are worried because

the two Populist party, the Northern

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League and the Five Star Movement,

together, if the score is right,

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would get 48% of the population who

voted for them. It is something

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European leaders are hoping doesn't

come to pass.

Gavin, thank you very

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much indeed, time to get out of the

rain!

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It's not everyday a baby

chimpanzee learns to fly.

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This is the moment Mussa

co-piloted his own rescue mission.

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The baby chimp bonded

with his rescuer during their flight

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home together after he was saved

from poachers in the Congo.

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He was doing a little bit of

preening, did you see that?

Clearly

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getting on very well.

That is

utterly adorable.

Is that your

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favourite story of the day already?

It could be my favourite animal

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story of 2018. We're not very far

into the year but I will put it out

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there.

On the day after the Oscars

you have given the award out very

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early there!

John is here reflecting

on another good result for England's

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women?

Yes, lots in the papers today

about Bradley Wiggins and the

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fallout from the MPs' report, we

will look at the back pages and the

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front pages, because it certainly

got a lot of coverage. A good -- big

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moment for Phil Neville, especially

in the SheBelieves Cup, playing

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against the top two teams in women's

doubles, the USA and Germany and

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they played Germany last night and

they got an important draw, great

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for Phil Neville and their progress

with the ultimate aim of winning the

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World Cup at some point in the

future.

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To matters on the pitch now

and England's women came

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from behind to draw 2-2 with Germany

in their SheBelieves Cup

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match in New York.

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Ellen White scored

both England goals.

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A little pep talk from David Beckham

as well before that match, we will

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bring you that later.

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Manchester City edge closer

to the Premier League title.

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They beat Chelsea 1-0.

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Four more wins and Pep Guardiola's

side will take the trophy.

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Bernardo Silva scoring yesterday.

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Andrew Pozzi won a sensational

Gold for Great Britain

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at the World Indoor Athletics

Championships in Birmingham.

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His victory in the 60 metres hurdles

came by just one hundredth

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of a second!

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Incredibly tight finish there.

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And after 12 years, British men's

tennis has a brand new number one.

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When the rankings are released this

morning, Kyle Edmund will replace

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Andy Murray in the top spot.

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Andy Murray has been out injured but

he is targeting an earlier than

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expected comeback. Kyle Edmund will

be Defra little while but you wonder

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how it will be after that. -- there

for a little while. The clay-court

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season is pretty punishing on the

body, and I imagine he will want to

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have some...

I am listening to you.

I have found this story about

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pineapples and pasties.

I did not

steal it out of your paper, but I

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spotted it. The front page of the

Daily Telegraph, their main story

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there is about senior police

officers warning bosses of the risk

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of false abuse claims made against

an Iraq war veteran, and that is a

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disclosure either Telegraph there,

and they have a story, a picture

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there of Margot Robbie as well.

The

Guardian front page, we will also

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speak to David Collins about this,

Bradley Wiggins and sky abused over

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doping -- abuse doping rules to win

the tour. The findings of a

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long-awaited committee of MPs.

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long-awaited committee of MPs. And

Carillion there as well.

Bradley

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Wiggins mate French -- made the

front page of the Sun and the mail,

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and the first story there. It does

seem extraordinary to be told to

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ration water last night, this is

after the big freeze and causing

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havoc with water supplies.

The front

page of the Times, a lovely picture

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of Sir Roger Bannister, you may have

seen that he sadly passed away over

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the weekend, we will speak to his --

someone who is coach made him watch

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videos of Sir Roger Bannister. And

may tell is Trump not to risk trade

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war.

Wiggins is also on the back

page of the Guardian, the

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credibility of team sky at which is

the team that was always classed as

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doing things whiter than white in

the post doping Irra, their

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reputation being called in to

question. It is also on the back

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page of the mail and the front page

of the Sun, the key line here is

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that it is unethical, the report

that what they were doing was

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pushing the boundaries are

medically, that is the key finding

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from this report. And it is also

covered in the Telegraph, in their

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pullout. It says Wiggins is facing

new claims over doping. It will be

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in choosing to hear what David

Collins has to say after that

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report.

Bradley Wiggins and sky have

both put up a pretty robust defence.

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They had not been found guilty of

any wrongdoing, they refute the

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claims, and I imagine Bradley

Wiggins will have more to say.

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Pineapple news. Dan and I disagree

about the use of pineapple,

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particularly hot pineapple.

We need

to embrace...

You like it on Peter?

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I can't believe you mentioned that

that is some of the pizza.

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Apparently an American pastie

containing pineapple, outrageous,

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has won the world pastie

Championships. It has won the

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prestigious accolade, held each year

in Cornwall. Pineapple in an

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American pastie winning?

The best

and which I have ever had, in

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Brazil, right, white roll, loads of

little shavings of steak into, pate,

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and a huge ring of pineapple, it was

magnificent.

That is your pineapple

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news, we won't mention it again. 19

minutes past six. What is going on

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this morning, it has calmed down a

little bit?

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Compared to last week

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Compared to last week this week 's

weather is much quieter, here is the

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forecast, most of it is in the hills

above 100 metres, there will be some

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mist and fog in the mornings and

some ice in places. If we look at

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the forecast today, we have got some

showers at spreading across the

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south, and still some snow for the

Scottish hills, and also this

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morning over parts of the north-east

England. Largely in the hills. You

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can see as a white picture what is

going on, quite a lot of cloud

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across the -- of a satellite picture

quite a lot of cloud across the UK,

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the showers continuing across parts

of Wales in the south-west, we have

0:20:190:20:23

snow coming across north-east

Scotland above 100 metres also, and

0:20:230:20:26

some dry conditions over towards the

West. The Northern Ireland, you have

0:20:260:20:30

a cloudy and dark day ahead with

some showers and drizzle, and some

0:20:300:20:34

rain across north-east England with

some snow for example on higher

0:20:340:20:37

ground. Through the day what you

find is further showers coming

0:20:370:20:42

across the South, some of those will

be heavy, possibly thundery and

0:20:420:20:47

Hampshire, Dorset into Somerset.

Cloud will build through the day as

0:20:470:20:52

well. But if you notice the

temperatures, they are in sharp

0:20:520:20:57

contrast to what we had last week in

the south, and they are roughly

0:20:570:21:01

where they should be at this stage

of March. It will be cool as we push

0:21:010:21:05

further north. As we move through

the evening and overnight our

0:21:050:21:09

frontal system producing this rain

continues to head northwards, as it

0:21:090:21:13

hits the colder air across northern

England, we will see some snow above

0:21:130:21:17

a couple of 100 metres, at the same

across Scotland, mostly through the

0:21:170:21:21

hills. Some rain out towards the

West. There is the risk of ice this

0:21:210:21:28

coming night and also we are likely

to see some patchy mist and fog

0:21:280:21:32

falling. Tomorrow that will lift and

to England and Wales we are off to a

0:21:320:21:37

dry and bright start, a weather

system pushing northwards, taking

0:21:370:21:40

its rain and hill snow across

Scotland, brightening up across

0:21:400:21:44

southern and central Scotland as we

go through the course of the day,

0:21:440:21:48

and finding up quite nicely.

Temperatures ranging from four in

0:21:480:21:50

Aberdeen to about ten as we pushed

down towards London, but still some

0:21:500:21:55

showers just floating with the

south-west. Then as we head into

0:21:550:22:00

Wednesday, further showers, some of

those could be heavy with some hail

0:22:000:22:04

mixed in amongst them, in southern

counties, this weather front in the

0:22:040:22:09

north-west of Scotland, will see

wintry showers, but we could see

0:22:090:22:14

some as well across Northern

Ireland. But there is a lot of dry

0:22:140:22:19

weather around as well. So in

summary, for this coming week, it is

0:22:190:22:23

going to become milder as we go

through this week, particularly when

0:22:230:22:27

you think of the temperatures and

windchill of last week, it will

0:22:270:22:30

however remain settled -- unsettled

with some showers and snow at times,

0:22:300:22:35

but the snow will mainly be on the

hills in the north. Back to you.

0:22:350:22:42

but the snow will mainly be on the

hills in the north. Back to you.

0:22:420:22:45

Let's talk Oscars, where Rebecca

Jones has two look at us and try and

0:22:450:22:50

keep her eyes on what is happening

behind. I just saw you talking to

0:22:500:22:58

Salma Hayek?

Yes, I just spoke to

Salma Hayek, we record that

0:22:580:23:04

interview so I will play that in a

few moments. Two people are hugging,

0:23:040:23:09

over my shoulder, I am not sure who

they are, it is a bit like that.

0:23:090:23:15

Hundreds of stars coming here after

the ceremony, many clutching their

0:23:150:23:20

precious gold statues. There are

photographers and journalists and

0:23:200:23:24

paparazzi from all over the world

here wanting to grab a word with the

0:23:240:23:27

stars who are arriving here. We

spoke to Salma Hayek just a few

0:23:270:23:31

seconds ago, she was an important

part of this ceremony, because she

0:23:310:23:36

was one of the actresses, who first

spoke out about Hardy wines Dean and

0:23:360:23:40

sexual harassment, and she was part

of a segment in the show, she came

0:23:400:23:46

onstage with Ashley Judd, who has

also accused Harvey Weinstein of

0:23:460:23:55

harassment, and they spoke about the

#MeToo campaign. And she was saying

0:23:550:23:58

that she thinks that this has been a

real moment of change the Hollywood.

0:23:580:24:02

But I should say that whole issue by

no means overshadowed the ceremony.

0:24:020:24:07

It was not really mentioned, apart

from when they came onstage.

And

0:24:070:24:12

Rebecca, tell us a bit about the

atmosphere there, because we know

0:24:120:24:16

they go to the Oscars, so many

companies party, don't they?

0:24:160:24:22

Absolutely, they sit through the

ceremony, which this year was over

0:24:220:24:26

3.5 hours, they then head off to the

Governor's ball which is where they

0:24:260:24:31

either celebrate winning their

Oscars or they commiserate and not

0:24:310:24:34

winning. And then they have all

these parties across town to choose

0:24:340:24:38

from. Vanity fair here in Beverly

Hills is a hot ticket, people are

0:24:380:24:44

streaming in, we have seen former

Oscar winners, Amy Adams, Joan

0:24:440:24:50

Collins, Halle Berry, we

0:24:500:24:58

Collins, Halle Berry, we know that

this is where they come to party.

0:24:580:25:01

Film critic Jason Solomons has been

watching the ceremony overnight

0:25:010:25:04

and joins us now.

0:25:040:25:05

In terms of headlines, it was an

unsurprising night until we got to

0:25:050:25:12

the Best picture award for the shape

of water?

That was the most open

0:25:120:25:16

race, and I was surprised when Shape

of Water was read out. I was

0:25:160:25:25

surprised, it had not really one, it

had won of the Baftas where Three

0:25:250:25:30

Billboards had triumphed, the

independent spirit awards, get out

0:25:300:25:34

had one, but The Shape of Water was

kind of sweeping in IBM, it is not

0:25:340:25:42

fishy, though the film is. It is

quite a strange Best picture when,

0:25:420:25:48

it is a fantasy, it is about a love

affair between Sally Hawkins and

0:25:480:25:53

Anna put it picture -- and aquatic

creature, who everyone says is a

0:25:530:26:01

fish but he is not technically, they

do have this love affair, it is a

0:26:010:26:05

strange film, it is the first film

with a female lead to win Best

0:26:050:26:10

picture in 13 years, since

million-dollar baby. In the time of

0:26:100:26:19

#TimesUp, it is interesting we have

a female lead winner. The female

0:26:190:26:24

skewing of movies is filtering

through and it has had an effect

0:26:240:26:27

this through.

0:26:270:26:32

Coming up later on the programme:

Apprenticeships are hailed

0:26:320:26:34

as a great way to learn a trade

so why are numbers falling?

0:26:340:26:38

Steph's at a factory

in Birmingham this morning.

0:26:380:26:40

Good morning. I am surrounded by

loads of rolls of sheet metal here

0:26:400:26:45

which will be sent off and made into

lots of different products, but this

0:26:450:26:49

is a business that employs about 150

different people and seven of them

0:26:490:26:54

are apprentices. Helen is a hate our

manager, tells what you do hear?

We

0:26:540:26:58

have a foundry over the road where

we cast metal, it is rolled down to

0:26:580:27:03

gauge and comes over to the sharing

shop where it is shared, packed and

0:27:030:27:06

sent to the customer.

And what type

of things does this metal turn into?

0:27:060:27:10

Electrical component is a big one,

high security keys, could be formed

0:27:100:27:16

to pens, a variety of applications.

And apprentices are an important

0:27:160:27:21

part of your business, tell us about

why you employ them?

Basically we

0:27:210:27:24

have long lactic -- recognise the

skills shortage in engineering so we

0:27:240:27:29

take it upon ourselves to grow our

own talent rather than depend on the

0:27:290:27:34

market.

Has it been all right

finding them, because there is

0:27:340:27:37

research saying the number of people

starting a printer ships has fallen,

0:27:370:27:40

but have you found it all right to

get the calibre you need and the

0:27:400:27:44

number you need?

Russert has been

easy. There has been a -- been a

0:27:440:27:48

bigger take-up by apprentices this

year, high-calibre apprentices are

0:27:480:27:52

always hard to find but we have find

it relatively good.

We are meeting

0:27:520:27:56

some of those apprentices later Ron,

but first get the

0:27:560:31:17

some of those apprentices later Ron,

latest from the BBC London newsroom

0:31:170:31:18

in half an hour. Until then there is

plenty more on our website at the

0:31:180:31:22

usual address. Goodbye for now.

0:31:220:31:24

Hello, this is Breakfast

0:31:280:31:30

with Dan Walker and Louise

Minchin.

0:31:300:31:31

We'll bring you all the latest

from the Oscars overnight,

0:31:310:31:33

but also on Breakfast

this morning:

0:31:330:31:40

Bannister has done it, though he's

out on

0:31:400:31:42

Bannister has done it, though he's

out on his feet, his coach and team

0:31:420:31:44

manager tell him he's achieved his

ambition.

0:31:440:31:46

We remember the running legend

Sir Roger Bannister with one

0:31:460:31:49

of the British athletes he inspired,

Steve Cram.

0:31:490:31:51

Adventurer Ben Fogle

and Olympian Victoria Pendleton

0:31:510:31:53

will be here before they embark

upon their Everest climb.

0:31:530:31:57

We'll find out how Ben's planning

to overcome a particularly tricky

0:31:570:32:00

hurdle, his fear of heights.

0:32:000:32:04

And we'll wave off Zoe Ball

as she sets off on her 300-mile

0:32:040:32:07

Sport Relief cycle ride

from Blackpool to Brighton.

0:32:070:32:09

Apparently she gets to eat loads

of cake, which makes up for having

0:32:090:32:13

to wear padded pants.

0:32:130:32:19

Good morning,

here's a summary of today's main

0:32:190:32:21

stories from BBC News.

0:32:210:32:29

It was Oscars night. A great one for

Gary Oldman.

0:32:290:32:35

He told his 98-year-old

mother to put the kettle

0:32:350:32:40

on because he was bringing Oscar

home as he was crowned best actor

0:32:400:32:43

for his portrayal of

0:32:430:32:44

Sir Winston Churchill in Darkest

Hour.

0:32:440:32:46

Frances McDormand was

named Best Actress.

0:32:460:32:47

The Best Film prize went

to The Shape of Water.

0:32:470:32:50

From Los Angeles, here's our

correspondent, James Cook.

0:32:500:32:52

After a year of darkness, a splash

of colour returned to Hollywood.

0:32:520:32:56

The black threads of protest were

gone, although the determination

0:32:560:32:58

to call Time's Up on abuse

and to create a more

0:32:580:33:01

inclusive industry remained.

0:33:010:33:03

If I may be so honoured to have

all the female nominees in every

0:33:030:33:07

category stand with me

in this room tonight...

0:33:070:33:11

Best Actress winner

Frances McDormand had a message

0:33:110:33:13

for the moguls.

0:33:130:33:14

Look around, ladies and gentlemen,

because we all have stories to tell

0:33:140:33:17

and projects we need financed.

0:33:170:33:21

And the winner is,

Gary Oldman, Darkest Hour.

0:33:210:33:25

For his transformation

into Winston Churchill,

0:33:250:33:30

the British actor saw V

for victory and he thanked

0:33:300:33:33

his 98-year-old mother.

0:33:330:33:35

I say to my mother, "Thank

you for your love and support.

0:33:350:33:39

Put the kettle on, I'm

bringing Oscar home."

0:33:390:33:47

Congratulations!

0:33:470:33:49

There were four more British wins,

including one for The Silent Child,

0:33:490:33:52

a short film about a deaf little

girl from Wiltshire.

0:33:520:33:56

I made a promise to our 6-year-old

lead actress that I would sign this

0:33:560:34:00

speech, and my hands are shaking

a bit so I apologise.

0:34:000:34:07

Last year, this famous duo announced

at the wrong winner.

0:34:070:34:10

No such problem this time.

0:34:100:34:11

The Shape of Water.

0:34:110:34:13

The greatest thing our art does

and our industry does is erase

0:34:130:34:16

the lines in the sand,

we should continue doing that,

0:34:160:34:19

when the world tells us

to make them deeper.

0:34:190:34:25

So inclusion was the theme,

change is really coming to Hollywood

0:34:250:34:28

was the message.

0:34:280:34:31

James Cook, BBC News, Los Angeles.

0:34:310:34:38

This is the Vanity Fair after party,

the biggest stars go there, we are

0:34:380:34:43

there through the programme this

morning hoping we get to catch up

0:34:430:34:46

with Gary Oldman and are able to

speak to him about winning his

0:34:460:34:50

Oscar.

Loads of pictures coming out,

plenty of reaction to the Oscars on

0:34:500:34:57

social media. This is what happens

when Frances McDormand and Meryl

0:34:570:35:01

Streep go head to head, this is when

Meryl Streep congratulates her for

0:35:010:35:05

her best actress when. It looks like

a head-butt but it's

0:35:050:35:10

very affectionate congratulations.

0:35:110:35:12

Interestingly one of those awards

went to Roger Deakins, a British

0:35:210:35:25

cinematographer, nominated 13 times

and never won an Oscar. His 14th

0:35:250:35:31

nomination for Blade Runner 2049. 20

more stories from that British

0:35:310:35:37

success.

The Silent Child, many will

know about this film, about a girl

0:35:370:35:43

who struggles to communicate, it was

named Best live action Short film.

0:35:430:35:48

It was written by two former

Hollyoaks stars. It stars mazy Sky,

0:35:480:35:56

just six from Swindon, and more on

that later.

0:35:560:36:03

Sir Bradley Wiggins and Team Sky

have been accused of crossing

0:36:030:36:06

an ethical line in a report by MPs,

who say they used medication

0:36:060:36:09

to enhance performance.

0:36:090:36:10

A report by the Digital, Culture,

Media and Sport committee

0:36:100:36:13

says they were used to enhance

performance rather than just

0:36:130:36:16

for medical need.

0:36:160:36:16

Bradley Wiggins and Team Sky have

strongly refuted the claims.

0:36:160:36:24

And in moments we'll be

talking to Damian Collins,

0:36:260:36:28

the chair of the committee

which produced the report.

0:36:280:36:32

Millions in London and south-east

England have been told to limit

0:36:320:36:36

their use of water or risk having

none at all after thousands of homes

0:36:360:36:39

and businesses were left with no

water after thawing temperatures

0:36:390:36:43

caused burst pipes and leaks across

the UK. Suppliers across the country

0:36:430:36:51

reported a high volume of calls and

asked for customers to be patient

0:36:510:36:55

while repairs are being carried out.

0:36:550:36:58

Italy appears to be heading for a

hung parliament after voters backed

0:36:580:37:03

rightleaning Populist parties there.

Former prime ministers Silvio

0:37:030:37:07

Berlusconi's right-wing coalition

looks set to win the most seats in

0:37:070:37:10

the lower house. And formal

government may take a few weeks and

0:37:100:37:16

negotiations and government building

will be held. We had information

0:37:160:37:21

from Gavin Lee earlier from Rome and

we will be back with him later in

0:37:210:37:25

the show.

0:37:250:37:31

This is my favourite animal story of

the year so far.

0:37:310:37:34

It's not every day a baby

chimpanzee learns to fly.

0:37:340:37:37

This is the moment Mussa

co-piloted his own rescue mission.

0:37:370:37:40

The baby chimp bonded

with his rescuer during their flight

0:37:400:37:42

home together after he was saved

from poachers in the Congo.

0:37:420:37:48

Taking a pretty relaxed approach to

flying there.

Preening in the back

0:37:480:37:52

as well.

I just love that!

We will be speaking to Damian

0:37:520:37:58

Collins in a few moments, he chaired

this committee, John, which has

0:37:580:38:02

produced the report which is on the

front and back pages of the papers

0:38:020:38:06

about British cycling.

It casts a

shadow I guess over the legacy

0:38:060:38:10

Bradley Wiggins has left in the

sport and him himself. It's worth

0:38:100:38:14

pointing out that in sport, athletes

are able to take drugs that they

0:38:140:38:19

wouldn't normally be allowed to take

because they are banned, if they can

0:38:190:38:22

prove they have a genuine medical

need. Bradley Wiggins in the past

0:38:220:38:26

has done so using what's called a

therapeutic use exemption, doctors'

0:38:260:38:32

certificate saying has asthma or

allergies. What the report has found

0:38:320:38:39

is Team Sky and Bradley Wiggins have

been unethical, not only taking the

0:38:390:38:43

drug for medical reasons, but taking

it to get an unfair competitive

0:38:430:38:47

advantage. That's the key line that

has come out of the report, it is

0:38:470:38:51

unethical, it will be treating to

hear from Damian Collins shortly.

0:38:510:38:55

Sir Bradley Wiggins will have more

to say about this in the coming

0:38:550:39:00

days, Team Sky and Bradley Wiggins

obviously refute all these

0:39:000:39:02

allegations, but it's potentially

very damaging and we will be hearing

0:39:020:39:07

more on that through breakfast.

0:39:070:39:15

Now, if you want to beat

Germany at football,

0:39:150:39:17

who better to turn

to than David Beckham?

0:39:170:39:19

Back in 2001, Beckham captained

England to their famous 5-1 win over

0:39:190:39:23

the Germans in Munich.

0:39:230:39:24

So new England women's head coach

Phil Neville got his old friend

0:39:240:39:27

to give his Lionesses side a pep

talk ahead of their SheBelieves Cup

0:39:270:39:31

match in New Jersey.

0:39:310:39:32

He's pictured here with

striker Jodie Taylor.

0:39:320:39:36

It's fair to say it made a

difference.

0:39:360:39:38

Beckham watched from the stands

as England's women twice fought back

0:39:380:39:41

to draw with Germany.

0:39:410:39:42

There was agony for Millie Bright

when her own goal gave Germany

0:39:420:39:45

a 2-1 lead.

0:39:450:39:46

Germany are the second highest

ranked team in women's football.

0:39:460:39:49

But Ellen White, scorer

of England's first,

0:39:490:39:51

then rescued them for a second time.

0:39:510:39:54

2-2 it finished.

0:39:540:39:56

England's last game

is against the USA on Thursday.

0:39:560:39:59

They are the number one ranked team.

0:39:590:40:02

It was one of those moments where

you had to be in there to feel how

0:40:020:40:07

special... Look, he's my friend, I

just see him as David Beckham but

0:40:070:40:10

the actual status of him in English

football and world football was

0:40:100:40:14

shown in that moment when he went in

because there was casts of

0:40:140:40:18

excitement and real respect.

0:40:180:40:23

excitement and real respect. It was

a special moment.

0:40:230:40:24

Manchester City are just four

games away from winning

0:40:240:40:27

the Premier League thanks to a 1-0

0:40:270:40:29

victory over reigning champions

Chelsea.

0:40:290:40:30

Having already won the League

Cup, their next piece

0:40:300:40:33

of silverware is on the horizon.

0:40:330:40:35

Bernardo Silva's second-half strike

enough to claim all three

0:40:350:40:38

points at the Etihad.

0:40:380:40:38

City 18 points clear at the top.

0:40:380:40:40

Arsenal fans might

want to look away.

0:40:400:40:42

A week on from that defeat

in the League Cup to City,

0:40:420:40:45

they lost again, this

time to Brighton.

0:40:450:40:47

2-1 it finished, Lewis

Dunk and Glenn Murray

0:40:470:40:49

with the Brighton goals.

0:40:490:40:50

It's Arsenal's fourth defeat

in a row and many fans

0:40:500:40:53

are increasing their calls

for manager Arsene Wenger to go.

0:40:530:41:01

Rangers and Celtic have been

drawn to play each other

0:41:030:41:06

in the Scottish Cup semi-finals

after Rangers beat Falkirk 4-1

0:41:060:41:09

at Ibrox yesterday.

0:41:090:41:09

Jason Cummings scored a hat-trick.

0:41:090:41:11

Motherwell beat Hearts in the other

quarter-final and will face either

0:41:110:41:14

Aberdeen or Kilmarnock.

0:41:140:41:15

There was a great finale

for Great Britain at

0:41:150:41:17

the World Indoor Athletics

Championships in Birmingham,

0:41:170:41:19

with Andrew Pozzi winning gold

in the men's 60 metre hurdles.

0:41:190:41:25

He looked to have been

pipped on the line

0:41:250:41:29

by the American Jarret Eaton.

0:41:290:41:30

But after a photo finish,

Pozzi won it by just one hundredth

0:41:300:41:34

of a second, for his

first global title.

0:41:340:41:39

My heart stopped at the end of

there. I knew at the fifth hurdle I

0:41:390:41:43

was behind and I can't describe how

much I wanted it, was growing my

0:41:430:41:47

body at the line trying to get there

and just about got there. This

0:41:470:41:51

Championships has been amazing and

to be voted co-captain for this

0:41:510:41:55

Championships is the biggest honour

of my life. Every single member of

0:41:550:41:59

this team has just been perfect and

I'm just delighted that I could win

0:41:590:42:04

at the end.

0:42:040:42:06

Incredibly tight finish, wasn't it?

0:42:060:42:08

Kyle Edmund was just 11 years

old when Andy Murray first became

0:42:080:42:11

British tennis number one,

now he's replacing him

0:42:110:42:13

in the top spot.

0:42:130:42:14

With Murray injured

for much of the season,

0:42:140:42:16

Edmund has had a chance

to move up the rankings.

0:42:160:42:19

He reached the semi-finals

of the Australian Open,

0:42:190:42:21

and he knocks Murray off the top

for the first time since 2006.

0:42:210:42:27

I suppose it caps off what's been a

great run for Kyle Edmund, reaching

0:42:270:42:32

the semifinals and now British

number one. How long he will stay

0:42:320:42:36

depends on Andy Murray's injury and

return to full fitness.

0:42:360:42:40

Thanks Ray Mutch, you will be with

us through the programme. -- thanks

0:42:400:42:44

very much.

Let's pick up on one of

the main stories John was talking

0:42:440:42:50

about.

0:42:500:42:50

The issue of doping in British sport

is once again in the headlines.

0:42:500:42:53

Sir Bradley Wiggins

and Team Sky have been accused

0:42:530:42:56

of crossing an ethical line

in their use of drugs.

0:42:560:42:59

A report by the Digital, Culture,

Media and Sport committee says

0:42:590:43:02

they were used to enhance

performance rather than just

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for medical need.

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Both have strongly

refuted the claims.

0:43:050:43:06

The committee chair,

Damian Collins, joins us

0:43:060:43:08

from our London newsroom.

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Good morning to you, Damian, thank

you for your time this morning. I'm

0:43:110:43:15

aware many will be turning on their

televisions and looking at the

0:43:150:43:19

newspapers reading this report for

the very first time. Can you firstly

0:43:190:43:23

run us through the major findings?

As you say, the main debate in the

0:43:230:43:31

report is about the ethical use of

medicines and that word unethical

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that was quoted earlier wasn't our

word but a word in the report from

0:43:350:43:40

Shane Sutton, Bradley Wiggins'

coach. In this report we're saying

0:43:400:43:45

whether there need to be much

tighter rules around the sort of

0:43:450:43:49

medications that be used. We focused

on a drug which is an extremely

0:43:490:43:54

powerful drug and can be used to

treat asthma but has known

0:43:540:43:58

performance enhancing properties and

with a drug like L-Carnitine, there

0:43:580:44:03

are alternatives to be taken to

treat asthma, it isn't one that you

0:44:030:44:07

should take unless in an emergency.

They should be restricted from

0:44:070:44:13

sports and cycling and can be

clearly used to give riders and

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edge. There have been various

investigations into doping into

0:44:170:44:22

British sport led by UK anti-doping,

these agencies need much greater

0:44:220:44:27

financial resource to cope with the

sheer volume of work out there for

0:44:270:44:31

them to do, but also they need more

power. Other countries have laws

0:44:310:44:35

that make it a Cronulla fence to

supply drugs in order to help

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someone doped and get a competitive

advantage in sport -- criminal

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offence. Visa against the

anti-doping rules rather than

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crossing a legal line -- these are.

We need criminal powers are so

0:44:490:44:53

anti-doping agencies can call on the

police and other law enforcement

0:44:530:44:57

agencies to gather evidence quickly

where they believe there's good

0:44:570:45:02

grounds there's been an anti-doping

violation.

To clarify, will reduce

0:45:020:45:05

some of the statements from Team Sky

and Bradley Wiggins in a moment,

0:45:050:45:09

what they've done at the moment to

your mind isn't breaking the law but

0:45:090:45:13

it is unethical -- I will. Have they

done this in other countries they

0:45:130:45:17

would be subject to criminal

prosecution?

They are slightly

0:45:170:45:21

different things. Ethically, Team

Sky and Sir David Brailsford, he

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told the committee he thought there

was an ethical line and he only used

0:45:260:45:30

medicines to treat medical need and

not enhance performance. The

0:45:300:45:35

evidence we got in our enquiry

suggested that line was being

0:45:350:45:38

crossed. What I'm talking about in

terms of criminalisation, where you

0:45:380:45:42

break the current doping laws,

you're using banned substances.

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We're not accusing anyone of doing

that but when you do use banned

0:45:460:45:50

substances in some countries as a

criminal offence that can lead to

0:45:500:45:54

prosecution. That gives the

law-enforcement agencies and

0:45:540:45:57

anti-doping authorities legal powers

to seize documents and financial

0:45:570:46:01

records to go in without warning as

part of investigations. We don't

0:46:010:46:04

have those powers here but certainly

V has felt there work is hampered

0:46:040:46:10

because they don't have the power

and authority to act and I think we

0:46:100:46:14

should have that in the country at

the moment -- UKAD.

Team Sky said

0:46:140:46:18

they are disappointed the committee

has chosen to present the claim in

0:46:180:46:22

this way without giving us evidence

or presenting us with the

0:46:220:46:26

opportunity to respond. Bradley

Wiggins said it is sad accusations

0:46:260:46:29

can be made where people can be

accused of things they are never

0:46:290:46:33

done that are then regarded as fax.

I strongly refute the claim that any

0:46:330:46:37

drug was used without medical need.

I hope to have my say in the next

0:46:370:46:47

few days and put my side across.

0:46:470:46:54

Shayne Sutton, Bradley Wiggins's

coach at the time said the word

0:46:550:47:01

unethical. It is right that both

team sky and Bradley Wiggins should

0:47:010:47:05

respond in full, but they are not

based on a single anonymous source,

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but on a multiple that of sources.

This is a damning report, what does

0:47:130:47:22

this mean for the nature of sport

and cycling in this country?

The

0:47:220:47:26

questions for cycling of the sport

go back to the broader investigation

0:47:260:47:30

that took place into the medical

package that was delivered for

0:47:300:47:33

Bradley Wiggins in 2011 while he was

competing in France. The lack of

0:47:330:47:37

proper record-keeping of both

British cycling and Team Sky to

0:47:370:47:42

identify what that package was, the

lack of oversight by team management

0:47:420:47:46

into what the medical staff were

doing, shows the need to be much

0:47:460:47:50

tougher procedures. I think Team Sky

would say and British cycling would

0:47:500:47:53

say they have made improvements

since those days but these

0:47:530:47:57

investigations have shown a lack of

proper clear guidance, proper

0:47:570:48:00

supervision and what the medical

teams are doing, proper

0:48:000:48:04

record-keeping. That is an issue for

the sport and I think to me that

0:48:040:48:08

needs to be seen alongside this use

of whether there are certain drugs

0:48:080:48:12

that were used legally within sport

at the moment which have clear poor

0:48:120:48:15

-- performance enhancing properties

and whether they should be

0:48:150:48:18

restricted, and whether we need

broader legal powers to make sure

0:48:180:48:21

that where we believe there has been

use of a banned substance --

0:48:210:48:25

substance, authorities have the

ability to investigate with the

0:48:250:48:29

backing of the law.

That is Damian

Collins, the MP who chaired a

0:48:290:48:35

committee of MPs who reported. And

their findings are on many of the

0:48:350:48:39

front pages this morning, the front

page of the Guardian and a number of

0:48:390:48:43

other papers, Wiggins and Team Sky

abuse dating rules to win the tour.

0:48:430:48:47

A huge story on both -- doping. We

will talk about it more throughout

0:48:470:48:54

the programme. Also the

0:48:540:48:56

really important, it was busy last

week. I think it has come down a bit

0:48:560:49:00

but still important?

0:49:000:49:02

week. I think it has come down a bit

but still important? This morning it

0:49:020:49:04

is a chilly start the day, there is

still a risk of ice on untreated

0:49:040:49:08

services and for some of us, fog

first thing in the morning. The

0:49:080:49:13

general forecast is we have showers

tending south, snow over the

0:49:130:49:16

Scottish hills, not quite as cold in

the south but still cold in the

0:49:160:49:20

north. Let's look at the temperature

for this coming week. Is it going to

0:49:200:49:24

get milder? The enter is yes,

eventually. Some of us it is going

0:49:240:49:28

to be a relatively mild day, you can

see the blue hue across until

0:49:280:49:34

Thursday, as we go into the end of

the week the yellow will take over

0:49:340:49:38

and push up across the country to

all but Scotland. That is on the

0:49:380:49:43

rise. This morning there is snow on

the forecast across much of

0:49:430:49:46

Scotland, Italy and the north-east,

above about a couple of 100 metres.

0:49:460:49:50

Elsewhere there is a lot of cloud,

some patchy cloud and showers, some

0:49:500:49:55

drizzle across Northern Ireland.

First thing this morning there is

0:49:550:50:03

some sunshine further south, but

also a few showers. Showers ahead of

0:50:030:50:06

a weather front coming in bringing

some rain as we move through the

0:50:060:50:10

day. Some of that will be heavy

across Hampshire, Dorset and also

0:50:100:50:13

Somerset. You may also see the other

flash of lightning. Temperature cot

0:50:130:50:18

-- Britta Yze, 9- ten and 11 across

this time of March, roughly where we

0:50:180:50:24

should be. As we have that eastern

wind across Scotland exacerbating

0:50:240:50:31

the cold feel with the wind chill.

Overnight this band of rain

0:50:310:50:34

continues to push northwards as the

weather front, as it hits the cold

0:50:340:50:38

air across north-east England, we

will see snow again, further snow

0:50:380:50:43

across a couple of 100 metres, but

we could see another few

0:50:430:50:48

centimetres. Again there is the risk

of ice on untreated surfaces, and

0:50:480:50:52

there will also be some patchy mist

and fog forming. Tomorrow the

0:50:520:50:58

weather front continues to push

north, taking its rain and snow with

0:50:580:51:02

it. Behind it will be a cloudy day

we will see one or two brighter

0:51:020:51:08

breaks but the emphasis is on braid

Dave -- grey day rather than blue

0:51:080:51:12

skies. Temperatures up to about 10

Celsius, still a scattering of

0:51:120:51:17

showers across the south-west.

Moving forward into Wednesday, we

0:51:170:51:21

still have low pressure dominating

the weather, again, the north-west

0:51:210:51:25

seeing some wintry showers, we could

see a few of those getting across

0:51:250:51:32

Northern Ireland and a lot of dry

weather as well. Some of the showers

0:51:320:51:37

in the south could be heavy with

some hail and thunder embedded in

0:51:370:51:41

them. Temperature is nothing to

write home about.

0:51:410:51:48

them. Temperature is nothing to

write home about. Claire back we

0:51:480:51:51

know it is post- Oscars morning,

don't we. I have been writing down

0:51:510:51:56

all sorts of little bits and bobs.

Let's go back to the Vanity fair

0:51:560:52:01

party. Rebecca Jones, some good news

for the Brits as well this morning?

0:52:010:52:10

It has been a really good night to

the Brits, and we are expecting to

0:52:100:52:14

see some of them here on the blue

and cream carpet of Vanity fair, I

0:52:140:52:18

am keeping half an eye over my

shoulder because the stars are

0:52:180:52:21

arriving thick and fast. Basically

what happens is after the ceremony,

0:52:210:52:24

they go off to the Governors Ball

which is where they either celebrate

0:52:240:52:28

or commiserate winning their Oscars,

and then they have to choose one of

0:52:280:52:31

the many parties that are going on,

Faye Dunaway, we are live on the

0:52:310:52:38

BBC, say hello to Britain, good

morning. You are presenting the best

0:52:380:52:43

film again this year, after a

slightly embarrassing situation last

0:52:430:52:47

year.

I wouldn't call it

embarrassing, it was catastrophic.

0:52:470:52:53

What was that like when you

announced the wrong film last year?

0:52:530:52:56

It was just mind crazy, because your

mind doesn't quite know, you never

0:52:560:53:03

imagined that that can happen. It

was a very difficult moment, and I

0:53:030:53:08

couldn't get over it for a while,

because even though the card was

0:53:080:53:12

wrong, still I said it, he says, we

were the ones doing it. So there was

0:53:120:53:19

a slight stigma I felt, and I am so

glad that the Academy found a way,

0:53:190:53:24

you know, in psychiatry and

repetition, the theory of

0:53:240:53:31

repetition, you repeat something and

he repeated until it comes out

0:53:310:53:34

right.

How nervous were you when you

walked on stage this evening with

0:53:340:53:38

Warren Beatty to announce the best

picture award again?

We have a bond,

0:53:380:53:42

it was lovely standing, the standing

ovation, it was nice being him and

0:53:420:53:49

nice doing it again, we have come

around it to the fact that it would

0:53:490:53:54

be the right thing to do.

People in

Britain would be waking up to the

0:53:540:53:58

Oscars, give us a sense for what it

was and a big win for Gary Oldman.

0:53:580:54:02

He is incredible, he is a former --

performance was amazing.

It was

0:54:020:54:08

Oscar night, you know, in the

streets they are dancing, they are

0:54:080:54:12

shouting out from the cars, saying

"Where is this party?

It is like a

0:54:120:54:16

carnival. And yet the seriousness of

the Oscars is there. I am coming

0:54:160:54:22

back, we are talking about doing a

play in the West End.

Tell me more,

0:54:220:54:26

what are you doing?

We are looking

at some tenancy Williams, and at one

0:54:260:54:32

point of my life I am -- Tennessee.

It would be nice to be in the West

0:54:320:54:37

End.

Promise us he will talk about

it on BBC breakfast. Enjoy your

0:54:370:54:42

evening. That was Faye Dunaway, and

an Oscar winner herself. She along

0:54:420:54:48

with Warren Beatty went on stage

this evening, to announce the best

0:54:480:54:53

picture after having announced the

wrong best picture last year. So I

0:54:530:54:57

can imagine that was a nervous

moment. Let me look over my

0:54:570:55:00

shoulder. We have had is actress

nominee in Saoirse Ronan, the stars

0:55:000:55:10

are arriving thick and fast. Back to

you.

Extracting promises, thank you

0:55:100:55:13

very much. If Rebecca gets somebody,

if we can speak to Gary Oldman at

0:55:130:55:22

some stage, we wish it back to her.

We will get some flavour of what was

0:55:220:55:27

happening last night. This was the

moment when Meryl Streep

0:55:270:55:30

congratulates France's McDormand on

winning Best -- test actress Oscar.

0:55:300:55:39

-- nest actress. This -- best. This

photo captures some of the losers of

0:55:390:55:48

best dress, but they cannot be --

actress. $100,000 per bag, at the

0:55:480:56:00

Oscars, it includes pepper spray,

one week in Hawaii, 12 nights in

0:56:000:56:04

Tanzania with a plus one, a villa in

Greece, relief training to various

0:56:040:56:14

phobias, anti- sweat patches, access

to a dating at and a diamond

0:56:140:56:17

necklace worth £1300. Not bad if you

get it. The number of people

0:56:170:56:25

starting a project has fallen

dramatically step is that a

0:56:250:56:29

manufacturer in Birmingham to find

out. Good morning body. Can see this

0:56:290:56:37

machine that Steve is operating, we

have metal being made in a foundry,

0:56:370:56:44

with seats that have been sheared

and going off into little strips

0:56:440:56:46

which will be sent off to their

customers, and it is used in all

0:56:460:56:50

kinds of products, so mobile phones,

security devices, lots of different,

0:56:500:56:54

cars as well. We are here because we

are talking about apprentices and we

0:56:540:56:58

have two here, Gary and Josh. The

morning to you both. Tell us about

0:56:580:57:03

what -- why you decided to do that

readership.

I fair sixth form and I

0:57:030:57:08

wanted to go into a British rather

than Younie, because -- an

0:57:080:57:13

apprenticeship rather than

university, because I thought the

0:57:130:57:15

cost was to invent -- too expensive

and going into an apprenticeship you

0:57:150:57:19

are learning on the job.

That is

similar to me. I went to university

0:57:190:57:25

career year but the lifestyle, it

didn't really suit me, I wanted

0:57:250:57:28

something more hand on where I could

work.

And how is it going?

0:57:280:57:34

Fantastic, I have been passed off

three-year and I have been 6.5 years

0:57:340:57:37

and it is fantastic.

They give very

much. The reason we are here is it

0:57:370:57:42

is National apprentice ship week at

the moment, and also there are some

0:57:420:57:47

figured out suggesting the number of

apprentices starting last year has

0:57:470:57:50

gone down, so I will be talking to

the manufacturers organisation about

0:57:500:57:54

this, also to someone from one of

the colleges in the area, to find

0:57:540:58:00

out more about it.

0:58:001:01:18

I'm back with the latest

from the BBC London newsroom

1:01:181:01:21

in half an hour.

1:01:211:01:22

Plenty more on our website

at the usual address.

1:01:221:01:25

Now, though, it's back

to Louise and Dan.

1:01:251:01:27

Bye for now.

1:01:271:01:28

Good morning, you are watching BBC

breakfast.

1:01:281:01:30

to

1:01:321:01:32

Hello, this is Breakfast,

with Dan Walker and Louise Minchin.

1:01:321:01:40

MPs accuse Sir Bradley Wiggins

and Team Sky of crossing an ethical

1:01:401:01:43

line in their use of drugs,

but they've strongly

1:01:431:01:45

line in their use of drugs,

but they've strongly

1:01:451:01:45

rejected the claims.

1:01:451:01:53

Good morning, it's

Monday the 5th of March.

1:02:001:02:03

Also this morning:

1:02:031:02:07

Gary Oldman finally has an Oscar.

1:02:071:02:09

Put the kettle on...

1:02:091:02:10

I'm bringing Oscar.

1:02:101:02:11

Gary Oldman has a message

for his mum after winning the Oscar

1:02:111:02:14

for Best Actor for his portrayal

of Winston Churchill.

1:02:141:02:17

But the biggest cheer of the night

was for the best actress winner

1:02:171:02:21

Frances McDormand when she paid

tribute to all the women nominees.

1:02:211:02:24

If I may be so honoured to have

all the female nominees in every

1:02:241:02:28

category stand with me

in this room tonight...

1:02:281:02:35

And we've got a ticket

for the Vanity Fair

1:02:351:02:37

after show party.

1:02:371:02:38

We'll be live from the red carpet

talking to the stars as they arrive.

1:02:381:02:45

A bevy of A-listers there.

1:02:451:02:50

Millions of people are told

to limit their water use as thawing

1:02:501:02:53

temperatures cause burst pipes.

1:02:531:02:54

Good morning.

1:02:541:02:54

The number of people starting

apprenticeships last year

1:02:541:02:57

has fallen dramatically.

1:02:571:03:00

They fell by a third.

1:03:001:03:02

I'm at this manufacturer

in Birmingham to find out why.

1:03:021:03:04

In sport, a pre-match pep talk

from David Beckham helps inspire

1:03:041:03:07

the England Lionesses in New York.

1:03:071:03:09

They twice come from a goal down

to draw with Germany

1:03:091:03:12

in the SheBelieves Cup.

1:03:121:03:13

And Carol has the weather.

1:03:131:03:15

Good morning.

1:03:151:03:20

The weather remains unsettled this

week but not on the scale

1:03:201:03:23

of last week.

1:03:231:03:24

Today some patchy mist and fog, some

snow in the north, mostly in the

1:03:241:03:32

hills, and showery outbreaks in the

south.

1:03:321:03:35

More details in 15 minutes.

1:03:351:03:36

See you then, thank you.

1:03:361:03:40

We will be talking about the Oscars

through the morning but first, our

1:03:401:03:45

main story.

1:03:451:03:47

Britain's top Olympian Sir Bradley

Wiggins and Team Sky have been

1:03:471:03:50

accused of crossing an ethical

line in a report by MPs,

1:03:501:03:53

who say they used medication

to enhance performance.

1:03:531:03:55

Bradley Wiggins and Team Sky have

strongly refuted the claims.

1:03:551:03:58

Adam Wild reports.

1:03:581:03:58

They are some of the biggest names

in British sports but this

1:03:581:04:02

long-awaited report represents

perhaps the gravest blow yet

1:04:021:04:04

to their reputations.

1:04:041:04:08

Most significantly that

of Sir Bradley Wiggins,

1:04:081:04:10

the nation's most

decorated Olympian.

1:04:101:04:11

One of the things the report's

authors point to is the use

1:04:111:04:15

of certain drugs by Wiggins

and his former team,

1:04:151:04:22

Team Sky, the purpose

of which they say was not always

1:04:221:04:25

to treat medical need

but to improve performance.

1:04:251:04:28

That is something both Team Sky

and Wiggins strongly refute.

1:04:281:04:30

And whilst they didn't

break anti-doping rules,

1:04:301:04:32

they did, the report says,

cross the ethical line.

1:04:321:04:35

And the head of the team,

Sir David Brailsford,

1:04:351:04:37

must take responsibility.

1:04:371:04:45

We believe now we need those same

sort of, Noel Powers so anti-doping

1:04:451:04:50

agencies can call on the police and

other law enforcement agencies to

1:04:501:04:54

gather evidence quickly where they

believe there's good evidence to

1:04:541:04:57

believe there's been an anti-doping

violation.

1:04:571:04:59

But this report goes much

further than just cycling.

1:04:591:05:02

They say the evidence of Lord Coe,

the head of athletics' governing

1:05:021:05:05

body, to MPs on the committee

in 2015, was misleading

1:05:051:05:08

when he sought to distance himself

from any knowledge of allegations

1:05:081:05:11

of doping in Russian athletics.

1:05:111:05:18

The report also speaks of shock

at an injection of a drug called

1:05:211:05:25

L-carnitine given to Sir Mo Farah

before the 2014 London Marathon.

1:05:251:05:28

Whilst it isn't a banned substance,

there are strict rules

1:05:281:05:31

around its use, yet

that dose didn't appear

1:05:311:05:33

on Farah's madical record.

1:05:331:05:36

It's cycling, though,

a sport which has already suffered

1:05:361:05:38

a series of blows to its reputation,

for which today's report

1:05:381:05:41

will be most damaging.

1:05:411:05:42

Adam Wild, BBC News.

1:05:421:05:49

Jon is here.

1:05:491:05:51

Jon, there's a real danger

of serious damage to the reputation

1:05:511:05:54

of cycling here isnt there

1:05:541:06:01

Absolutely. Team Sky as we know, the

way they position themselves in the

1:06:011:06:06

sport, after an era when doping in

cycling was very prevalent, they

1:06:061:06:11

established the team and wanted to

do things whiter than white and that

1:06:111:06:15

is what Sir Dave Brailsford, the

head of the team, said, they wanted

1:06:151:06:18

to do things clean and clean up the

sport. That is what they seemingly

1:06:181:06:23

did, they had great success as we

know with Bradley Wiggins winning

1:06:231:06:26

the 2012 Tour de France, but what

this has highlighted is... Cheating

1:06:261:06:32

in sport but also the way they are

pushing the boundaries with the use

1:06:321:06:36

of these therapeutic use exemptions,

that's been the suggestion, as we

1:06:361:06:40

know, for some cyclists, and

athletes, they are able to take

1:06:401:06:46

these TUEs, Doctor's certificate,

allowing you to take a banned

1:06:461:06:52

substance for medical needs, medical

purposes, but what they are saying

1:06:521:06:55

here is they are doing so and it's

giving them a competitive advantage,

1:06:551:07:00

and unfairly, and they are pushing

the boundaries. Where does this

1:07:001:07:04

leave the team? Chris Froome, he

returned an adverse finding of

1:07:041:07:13

returned an adverse finding of a

drug, as we know, where will this

1:07:131:07:15

leave the team and where will it

take them from here?

Thank you very

1:07:151:07:19

much. Sir Bradley Wiggins has given

a statement, he said," I strongly

1:07:191:07:23

refute the claim any drug was used

without medical need. I will have my

1:07:231:07:28

say in the next few days and put my

side across". Team Sky say the

1:07:281:07:33

report makes a serious claim that we

used these to enhance performance

1:07:331:07:40

and we strongly refute that.

We will

hear from Bradley Wiggins over the

1:07:401:07:45

coming days as well.

1:07:451:07:47

Gary Oldman has told his 99-year-old

mother to put the kettle

1:07:471:07:50

on because he was bringing Oscar

home as he was crowned Best Actor

1:07:501:07:54

for his portrayal of

1:07:541:07:55

Sir Winston Churchill in Darkest

Hour.

1:07:551:07:57

Frances McDormand was

named Best Actress.

1:07:571:07:58

The Best Film prize went

to The Shape of Water.

1:07:581:08:01

From Los Angeles, here's our

correspondent, James Cook.

1:08:011:08:06

After a year of darkness, a splash

of colour returned to Hollywood.

1:08:061:08:09

The black threads of protest were

gone, although the determination

1:08:091:08:12

to call Time's Up on abuse

and to create a more

1:08:121:08:15

inclusive industry remained.

1:08:151:08:21

If I may be so honoured to have

all the female nominees in every

1:08:211:08:24

category stand with me

in this room tonight...

1:08:241:08:27

Best actress winner

Frances McDormand had a message

1:08:271:08:29

for the moguls.

1:08:291:08:31

Look around, ladies and gentlemen,

because we all have stories to tell

1:08:311:08:35

and projects we need financed.

1:08:351:08:36

And the winner is,

Gary Oldman, Darkest Hour.

1:08:361:08:44

For his transformation

into Winston Churchill,

1:08:461:08:48

the British actor saw V

for victory and he thanked

1:08:481:08:50

his 98-year-old mother.

1:08:501:08:51

I say to my mother, "Thank

you for your love and support.

1:08:511:08:54

Put the kettle on, I'm

bringing Oscar home."

1:08:541:08:57

Congratulations!

1:08:571:09:05

There were four more British wins,

including one for The Silent Child,

1:09:051:09:08

a short film about a deaf little

girl from Wiltshire.

1:09:081:09:11

I made a promise to our 6-year-old

lead actress that I'd sign this

1:09:111:09:14

speech, and my hands are shaking

a little bit so I apologise.

1:09:141:09:21

Last year, this famous duo announced

at the wrong winner.

1:09:211:09:24

No such problem this time.

1:09:241:09:25

The Shape of Water.

1:09:251:09:28

The greatest thing our art does

and our industry does is to erase

1:09:281:09:31

the lines in the sand,

we should continue doing that

1:09:311:09:34

when the world tells us

to make them deeper.

1:09:341:09:37

So inclusion was the theme,

change really is coming to Hollywood

1:09:371:09:40

was the message.

1:09:401:09:41

James Cook, BBC News, Los Angeles.

1:09:411:09:49

Let's just show you the scene if we

can at the Vanity Fair after party.

1:09:511:09:56

Rebecca Jones is there. We will go

back to her in a couple of minutes.

1:09:561:10:03

I've got a backup, we're going to go

to Rebecca Jones, good morning.

Yes,

1:10:031:10:10

sorry, Louise, I'm here with an

Oscar winner, our thirst of the

1:10:101:10:13

night, and a man who's made history,

the oldest Oscar winner in history

1:10:131:10:18

at the age of 89, James Ivory.

That's the only thing they're going

1:10:181:10:22

to remember, years from now when my

film is dust and all my other films

1:10:221:10:28

are dust, they will remember I'm the

oldest!

A nice way to be remembered!

1:10:281:10:33

James Comey you won for best adapted

screenplay for Call me By My Name,

1:10:331:10:40

were you surprised to win?

Everyone

has said, the press said again and

1:10:401:10:49

again that I was the front runner

and I would probably win. That

1:10:491:10:55

element of surprise... Still, I

might not have. I was excited and

1:10:551:10:59

thrilled obviously.

Is it heavy, is

the Oscar heavy, can you show it to

1:10:591:11:05

viewers back home in Britain?

It's

quite heavy.

You must tell me about

1:11:051:11:10

your shirt.

It was painted actually

by an English artist named Andrew

1:11:101:11:17

Mania, from Bristol, he had the idea

of doing a shirt with Timothy's face

1:11:171:11:23

on it.

The start of the film?

Yeah,

I thought I would wear it.

How are

1:11:231:11:28

you going to celebrate?

I have been

celebrating. A bit more! I don't

1:11:281:11:33

know.

Enjoy your evening and thanks

for talking to us on BBC Breakfast.

1:11:331:11:39

James Ivory, winner of best adapted

screenplay, the oldest ever Oscar

1:11:391:11:43

winner at the age of 89.

Lovely to

see him, congratulations to him.

1:11:431:11:48

Back with you later.

Thank you very

much. That is a proper shirt, very

1:11:481:11:52

nice!

1:11:521:11:54

And in an attempt to make sure

the ceremony didn't overrun,

1:11:541:11:57

organisers offered a prize of a jet

1:11:571:11:59

ski for the shortest acceptance

speech.

1:11:591:12:01

I think that should be done at every

awards ceremony ever!

1:12:011:12:07

The costume designer

from Phantom Thread,

1:12:071:12:08

Mark Bridges, won an Oscar

for Costume Design and gave a speech

1:12:081:12:12

that came in at just 36 seconds.

1:12:121:12:14

And Ashley Judd, Salma Hayek

and Annabella Sciorra took

1:12:141:12:16

to the stage for a Time's Up segment

about breaking barriers and changing

1:12:161:12:20

the culture in Hollywood.

1:12:201:12:27

Director Guillermo Del Toro won best

director for The Shape of Water and

1:12:271:12:32

this is him watching one of the

awards getting engraved.

That's one

1:12:321:12:37

of the things you can do at the

after show party.

We spoke to Fay

1:12:371:12:41

Dunaway earlier, Rebecca Jones spoke

to her live at the Vanity Fair

1:12:411:12:45

party, she was once away giving away

the best picture for shape of water,

1:12:451:12:51

which GMO Del Toro came up to

collect, and did you see what he

1:12:511:12:55

did? He came up to collect The Shape

of Water and he did a little... To

1:12:551:13:03

check after last year when Warren

Beatty and Faye Dunaway read out the

1:13:031:13:07

wrong film. The didn't make, want to

give an acceptance speech and then

1:13:071:13:11

get collared off.

1:13:111:13:15

Customers in parts of London

and the south east of England have

1:13:151:13:18

been told to limit their use

of water after thawing temperatures

1:13:181:13:21

caused burst pipes.

1:13:211:13:22

Thousands of others have been left

with no water at all.

1:13:221:13:25

Simon Clemison is in West London

where emergency supplies of bottled

1:13:251:13:28

water are being distributed.

1:13:281:13:32

Simon, after quite a few days of

freezing temperatures and snow and

1:13:321:13:37

major disruption, the weak now

starts with people struggling to get

1:13:371:13:40

their water?

It's amazing, isn't it?

Welcome to what they call a water

1:13:401:13:48

station, the consequences of the

weather don't seem to end. A massive

1:13:481:13:51

truck here full of bottles being

handed out to 12,000 people in

1:13:511:13:55

London who are still struggling with

their supplies this morning, not the

1:13:551:13:58

only part of the country to

struggle. Severn Trent Water had to

1:13:581:14:03

apologise to customers in Rugby

because of the taps running dry.

1:14:031:14:06

It's warmer in London than it was

when it was snowing and in some

1:14:061:14:11

parts yesterday it got to nearly 12,

if you think about it, having been

1:14:111:14:15

-4, that is a rise of 16 degrees. We

know cooling down the pipes and

1:14:151:14:20

warming them up causes lots of

problems with bursts and leaks.

1:14:201:14:24

Overnight I spoke to some of the

people who have been affected.

1:14:241:14:30

I haven't had a shower

today unfortunately.

1:14:301:14:32

There's no water in

the taps, no shower.

1:14:321:14:34

I work in the pub downstairs

and they have no water so I had

1:14:341:14:38

to shut early.

1:14:381:14:39

You run a restaurant,

what's it like to come

1:14:391:14:41

in and find no water?

1:14:411:14:43

It is critical.

1:14:431:14:43

Without water you can't

do any business.

1:14:431:14:45

You can't wash up?

1:14:451:14:46

Exactly.

1:14:461:14:47

You can't wash up, you can't prep

food, you can't operate.

1:14:471:14:50

I went down to the corner,

unfortunately no water last night,

1:14:501:14:53

now the sink is working but I don't

know when they're going to fix

1:14:531:14:56

all the problems.

1:14:561:15:04

With so much water leaking out of

the system, Thames Water has to make

1:15:051:15:09

sure there's enough coming in so it

has issued this advice to people to

1:15:091:15:13

take showers, not baths, fully load

the washing machine and not to wash

1:15:131:15:17

the car, which you will never find

me complaining about!

Very true,

1:15:171:15:22

Simon, good to talk to you this

morning. Let us know what situation

1:15:221:15:27

you're facing because all last week

we were getting your pictures of the

1:15:271:15:30

snow and ice and freezing

temperatures. Many people waking up

1:15:301:15:35

this morning and lots of calls into

various water companies to say we're

1:15:351:15:40

struggling with our supply, we're

not getting anything through the

1:15:401:15:44

taps, so let us know, we will paint

a picture what's happening

1:15:441:15:47

nationwide.

1:15:471:15:48

In other news:

1:15:481:15:50

United Nations officials in Syria

say they hope an escalation

1:15:501:15:53

in fighting in the rebel-held

enclave of Eastern Ghouta over

1:15:531:15:56

the weekend won't prevent them

1:15:561:15:57

from taking in humanitarian supplies

today.

1:15:571:15:59

President Assad has given

permission for the aid convoy,

1:15:591:16:01

but said the government's

military offensive to retake

1:16:011:16:03

the area must continue.

1:16:031:16:11

It is one of those mornings where we

will be popping back and

1:16:131:16:18

It is one of those mornings where we

will be popping back and forth to

1:16:181:16:19

the Oscars, Rebecca is back for us.

Good morning again. Good morning

1:16:191:16:24

everyone from Hollywood, and I have

a great British success story here,

1:16:241:16:28

and the headline rate for itself,

from Hollyoaks to Hollywood. I have

1:16:281:16:33

the winners of the Best Short

1:16:331:16:39

the winners of the Best Short film

for The Silent Child from Britain,

1:16:391:16:41

show us your Oscars. They ready have

your name on them, so Rachel, tell

1:16:411:16:50

me about when they read at your

name, you look Jen Anyalai surprise.

1:16:501:16:54

We were so surprised, or the other

films in our category were so

1:16:541:16:59

brilliant, we just thought that was

a celebration, whatever, but it was

1:16:591:17:02

such a shock when we had our name. A

second we were like, really?

It was

1:17:021:17:08

crazy.

Had you prepared speeches? We

just thought of who we would like to

1:17:081:17:12

thank and roughly, but you never

nail down, you just don't think you

1:17:121:17:16

are to win.

You don't dare to

collate you get scared too.

The star

1:17:161:17:22

of your film, the six-year-old girl

from Swindon, Maisie Sly, who is

1:17:221:17:30

profoundly deaf, she was in the

auditorium.

She was, she sat with

1:17:301:17:36

her mum and her interpreter, that I

made a promise to her that if we won

1:17:361:17:41

I would sign so she could understand

what we were saying. I was probably

1:17:411:17:44

a bit worried because I was nervous.

I wonder if that was the first Oscar

1:17:441:17:51

acceptance speech in sign language?

It was not, it is the first one in

1:17:511:17:59

31 years.

You said you are shaking

you were so nervous.

I am such a

1:17:591:18:04

rubbish signer, I was shaking.

As

Maisie had a chance to see the Oscar

1:18:041:18:08

yet?

She has, she had a photo taken

with it and now she has gone back to

1:18:081:18:13

her brothers and sisters.

Chris

Eubank your mother for selling

1:18:131:18:17

cupcakes, am I right that this was

one of the ways the film was

1:18:171:18:20

finance?

My mum and dad made the

cupcakes and Rachel's mum and her

1:18:201:18:25

mum 's partner Nigel sold them at

their work, so they make great

1:18:251:18:31

cupcakes, so it really was, we had

no help we just crowdfund --

1:18:311:18:35

crowdfunded this ourselves and we

had the support of so many people,

1:18:351:18:39

it was made on a shoestring.

How

much money did you raise from the

1:18:391:18:45

cupcakes they'll?

I think that was a

couple of thousand pounds. We did

1:18:451:18:49

other various bits of fundraising,

we had an online campaign so we had

1:18:491:18:54

a lot of backers that have helped,

at over £1000 in cupcakes.

Rachel it

1:18:541:19:00

is worth reminding your viewers back

home what inspired you to make this

1:19:001:19:03

film about is deaf child?

My dad was

profoundly deaf, he is in the last

1:19:031:19:09

two years of his life and death, he

lost his hearing overnight through

1:19:091:19:12

cancer treatment. So I had

first-hand experience of the huge

1:19:121:19:22

impact of deafness on a person, I

learn sign language and have been

1:19:221:19:27

involved with charities for over a

decade.

I said at the beginning you

1:19:271:19:31

were both used to appear in the soap

opera Hollyoaks, that is how you

1:19:311:19:36

met, isn't it?

It is, we became

friends and then we did not talk

1:19:361:19:41

through few years and then met again

in LA and then he we are with Oscars

1:19:411:19:45

in our hands.

And engaged.

Next up,

a wedding.

You have been live on

1:19:451:19:50

Breakfast use, how are you going to

celebrate? -- rectus news?

We are

1:19:501:19:57

dying to get back to our friends and

family and have a glass of

1:19:571:20:01

champagne.

Thank you for talking to

us, it is brilliant news, Rachel

1:20:011:20:05

Shenton and Chris Overton, winners

of the Best Short film for the

1:20:051:20:10

silence child.

Thank you so much.

Wonderful to see them, lovely

1:20:101:20:15

interview. I will tell you a bit

about Maisie Sly who stars in that

1:20:151:20:20

film, she is a big star, a

nationwide search involved

1:20:201:20:25

nationwide advertising for children

who -- before they found Maisie Sly,

1:20:251:20:33

who was six, and she had never acted

before. Many congratulations to all

1:20:331:20:36

of them. A great night for the

British last night, led by Gary

1:20:361:20:42

Oldman hopefully we will speak to

him later. Here is Carol looking at

1:20:421:20:49

weather.

1:20:491:20:49

Good morning.

1:20:491:20:50

Good morning. This morning is a

chilly start to the day, as cold as

1:20:501:20:56

last week. There are some patchy

mist and fog around which will

1:20:561:20:59

slowly left and then the forecaster

today is some showers coming across

1:20:591:21:03

the South, we already have them in

the south-west and parts of Wales,

1:21:031:21:07

and some snow over the Scottish

hills. We have a couple of weather

1:21:071:21:11

fronts across our shores, and they

are moving steadily northwards, both

1:21:111:21:16

of them as we go through the day, if

we have a look at them you can see

1:21:161:21:20

connected to this area of low

pressure, some rain coming from the

1:21:201:21:23

south, this one is bringing some

snow across the very far north-east

1:21:231:21:26

of England, and eastern parts of

Scotland. Most of the snow is

1:21:261:21:31

falling above a couple of 100

metres. A lot of dry weather first

1:21:311:21:34

thing this morning, some mist and

fog and we will see some rain and

1:21:341:21:39

snow across eastern areas of

Scotland, on the hills above 200

1:21:391:21:43

metres is where we have the snow. A

great day across Northern Ireland

1:21:431:21:46

with some snow, the so across higher

ground across the far north-east of

1:21:461:21:51

England clearing and then some

brighter skies across the south and

1:21:511:21:55

showers in the south-west. Those

showers will be replaced by a rain

1:21:551:21:59

as we go through the day and some

heavy burst coming across Hampshire,

1:21:591:22:02

Dorset and Somerset as it continues

to move northwards. We will see that

1:22:021:22:06

rain coming in across western parts

of Wales. At quite cloudy and grey

1:22:061:22:12

in between, and temperatures, five

and above to about 10- 11 in the

1:22:121:22:15

south. The band of rain continues to

advance northwards as it bumps into

1:22:151:22:20

the cold air across northern England

and Scotland, once again, we will

1:22:201:22:23

have some snow but mainly on the

hills. However we could see another

1:22:231:22:27

few centimetres of fresh snow

falling. Meanwhile we have rain

1:22:271:22:32

moving across Northern Ireland and

into the west of Scotland. With all

1:22:321:22:36

this going on there is the risk of

Aisam untreated surfaces. Tomorrow

1:22:361:22:41

we start off with the weather front

pushing northwards bringing rain to

1:22:411:22:46

lower levels, some sleep in there

and snow on the hills, away from

1:22:461:22:49

that quite cloudy day tomorrow, but

promised it be dry, a Gent except

1:22:491:22:53

for in the south-west where we do

have some showers. The Wednesday, we

1:22:531:23:02

still have a weather front, this is

an area of low pressure which will

1:23:021:23:07

be with us for much of the week,

everything is toppling around the

1:23:071:23:10

top of that, so Northwest Scotland

will see some of those wintry

1:23:101:23:13

showers. Some showers which will

also be wintry at times across

1:23:131:23:17

Northern Ireland, and we have some

showers across Southern counties of

1:23:171:23:21

England. Some of those could be

heavy and we are likely to see some

1:23:211:23:25

hail and thunder and lightning. It

will be fully cloudy in between but

1:23:251:23:29

there will be a lot of dry weather

around. In summary, as we go through

1:23:291:23:33

this week, it will slowly become

more mild for some of us in the

1:23:331:23:37

south, we are looking at

temperatures in the double figures.

1:23:371:23:40

It will remain unsettled but most of

the snow will be above about 200

1:23:401:23:44

metres in the north of the country.

1:23:441:23:51

I think I might have broken

something. Is it before -- because

1:23:511:23:57

you have been nervous about maths? I

have already got my number is wrong

1:23:571:24:04

this morning.

1:24:041:24:07

If being asked to recite your times

tables or do some long division

1:24:071:24:10

brings you out in a cold

sweat, you're not alone.

1:24:101:24:13

According to a new report

from the British Academy,

1:24:131:24:16

there's growing evidence that

an anxiety about maths exists more

1:24:161:24:18

than other subjects

and despite efforts to tackle it,

1:24:181:24:21

it's not getting any better.

1:24:211:24:22

As part of our maths series,

we sent Jayne McCubbin back

1:24:221:24:25

to her old school.

1:24:251:24:26

Oh my goodness. I am going back to

school. This is where I spent most

1:24:261:24:32

of the 1980s. It was built in the

60s, back when mass anxiety was

1:24:321:24:37

first identified. Hello teachers,

how are you? This is the very hall

1:24:371:24:43

where I flunked maths in 1986, and

exam I will resit in May 20 18. The

1:24:431:24:50

you're in and an anxious students?

Many anxious students.

I remember

1:24:501:24:56

weeping at home, having to remember

times tables. You had a touch of

1:24:561:25:00

mass anxiety, didn't you?

I

certainly did, I was frightened to

1:25:001:25:06

death of maths. That is why our

taught English!

Why it is it that so

1:25:061:25:12

many people have this emotional

response to what is essentially a

1:25:121:25:16

series of logical problems?

Manchester University has now

1:25:161:25:20

analysed almost 800 research papers

on maths anxiety for the Royal

1:25:201:25:23

Academy. You don't hear people

talking about English anxiety or

1:25:231:25:28

science anxiety, but maths anxiety

does seem to be a thing?

It is like

1:25:281:25:32

everything else, they are only

afraid of something if they think

1:25:321:25:35

they can't do it. So it is a matter

of getting to the bottom of it,

1:25:351:25:39

deciding what it is they can't do,

and unpicking it and giving them all

1:25:391:25:43

the help they need to get through

it.

If it is that easy, why has so

1:25:431:25:47

little progress been made in the

last 50 years? Teacher Bobby is not

1:25:471:25:52

just tutoring me through my GCSE, he

is researching maths in Sidey for

1:25:521:25:56

his deep.

It is subject whereas

school it is something you get right

1:25:561:26:03

a wrong, if you think you cannot do

maths, that imprints on you for the

1:26:031:26:09

rest of your life. There is a

misconception known as the maths

1:26:091:26:12

brain, if you make a mistake it is

because you think you are no good at

1:26:121:26:18

an innate talent, but maths is

something we can all work on.

Let me

1:26:181:26:23

introduce at teenager who did

exactly that. Can we still Callan?

1:26:231:26:27

How bad was maths anxiety for you?

It was dreadful at first, it was in

1:26:271:26:32

the chest, it was just constant

every day, I wasn't able to revise

1:26:321:26:37

maths because I was so scared.

But

today, Calum is helping different

1:26:371:26:41

mindset.

One thing we all have in

common is that we have found a way

1:26:411:26:45

to reach our individual potential.

Advice on the BBC website to help

1:26:451:26:52

children reduce the stress of exams.

You stop being afraid and making

1:26:521:26:56

mistakes?

I learnt that mistakes

were meant to be made, that is part

1:26:561:27:00

of learning, especially with maps,

e-learning from your mistakes more

1:27:001:27:03

than your success.

UN from failing,

had it and up?

I ended up getting an

1:27:031:27:09

a in the end, it was great.

It can

be done. The Royal Academy says

1:27:091:27:13

teachers need to focus less on tests

and more on basic understanding. As

1:27:131:27:19

the breakfast maths challenge team

is about to discover, maths should

1:27:191:27:22

be all about the journey, not just

the destination. Good luck to Jane,

1:27:221:27:33

and they have all volunteered to do

their GCSE maths.

1:27:331:27:37

Now we want to get you involved

by asking you to solve this puzzle,

1:27:371:27:41

which has been set by our maths

challenge tutor, Bobby Seagull.

1:27:411:27:47

It'll also be on our

social media feeds.

1:27:471:27:49

The Three Little Pigs have

built a house together.

1:27:491:27:52

I not -- I know what you are

thinking, why are they having a tea

1:28:241:28:28

break? Is not a real story, but that

is the question to you. He might be

1:28:281:28:33

better brain the working Time

directive, we know that as well. --

1:28:331:28:37

disobeying the working Time

directive. The question is across

1:28:371:28:41

all our social media as well. And

you do have to show your working.

1:28:411:28:45

Quite a few people are having a go.

Only about half are getting it right

1:28:451:28:49

so far. Have a go at that and while

you do it, let's get some news,

1:28:491:32:12

eight o'clock, 20 more online but

for now I will hand you back to Dan

1:32:121:32:16

and Louise.

1:32:161:32:17

Hello, this is Breakfast

1:32:201:32:21

with Dan Walker and Louise Minchin.

1:32:211:32:24

Here's a summary of this morning's

main stories from BBC News.

1:32:241:32:27

Sir Bradley Wiggins and Team Sky

have been accused of crossing

1:32:271:32:30

an ethical line in a report by MPs,

who say they used medication

1:32:301:32:33

to enhance performance.

1:32:331:32:34

A report by the Digital, Culture,

Media and Sport committee

1:32:341:32:37

says they were used to enhance

performance rather than just

1:32:371:32:40

for medical need.

1:32:401:32:41

Bradley Wiggins and Team Sky have

strongly refuted the claims.

1:32:411:32:49

The British actor Gary Oldman has

won best actor at last night's

1:32:511:32:56

Oscars for his portrayal of Sir

Winston Churchill in Darkest Hour.

I

1:32:561:33:00

would like to thank my mother, who

is older than the Oscar, she is 99

1:33:001:33:05

years young next birthday...

APPLAUSE

She's watching the ceremony

1:33:051:33:12

from the comfort of her sofa.

I say to my mother, thank you for

1:33:121:33:17

your love and support. Put the

kettle on, I'm bringing Oscar home.

1:33:171:33:27

Go and have a tea!

Magnificently

British!

1:33:271:33:35

Frances McDormand urged female

actresses to stand up in the crowd.

1:33:351:33:42

If I may be so honoured to have

all the female nominees in every

1:33:421:33:45

category stand with me

in this room tonight...

1:33:451:33:48

The

1:33:481:33:48

actors, Meryl

1:33:481:33:48

actors, Meryl, if you do it,

everyone else will. The filmmakers,

1:33:481:33:53

the producers, the directors, the

writers, the cinematographer, the

1:33:531:33:58

composers, the songwriter is. Look

around, everybody, look around,

1:33:581:34:04

ladies and gentlemen, because we all

have stories to tell and projects we

1:34:041:34:08

need financing.

1:34:081:34:12

Shape of Water, in 13 categories,

came away with four.

There's been

1:34:121:34:18

plenty of social media response.

1:34:181:34:26

This was the moment

when Meryl Streep congratulates

1:34:261:34:30

Frances McDormand head

to head on winning

1:34:301:34:32

the best actress Oscar.

1:34:321:34:33

By our friends in case you are

wondering! -- they are friends.

1:34:331:34:38

This behind the scenes

photo captures a moment

1:34:381:34:40

between the Best Actress losers

after Frances McDormand's speech.

1:34:401:34:42

And this is Helen Mirren

backstage at the oscars

1:34:421:34:45

enjoying her night.

1:34:451:34:53

Jimmy Kimmel gave away a jet ski for

the shortest speech, someone did 36

1:34:581:35:02

seconds, which is still quite long.

Great news for the Silent Child, a

1:35:021:35:13

six-year-old deaf girl, it won for

Best live action Short film and it

1:35:131:35:17

was made by two former Hollyoaks

stars. We spoke to them earlier and

1:35:171:35:21

hopefully we will speak to them

again but they were truly delighted.

1:35:211:35:27

British successful Roger Deakins, a

cinematographer. He was 13 times

1:35:271:35:32

nominated in cinematography and

never won the Oscar -- British

1:35:321:35:35

success for. This time he won it for

Blade Runner 2049, his 14th effort,

1:35:351:35:42

congratulations to Roger.

1:35:421:35:46

Millions of people in London

and south east England have been

1:35:461:35:49

told to limit their use of water

or risk having none at all.

1:35:491:35:52

This comes after thousands of homes

and businesses were left

1:35:521:35:55

with no water after thawing

tempratures caused burst pipes

1:35:551:35:57

and leaks across the UK.

1:35:571:35:59

Suppliers across the country

reported a high volume of calls

1:35:591:36:01

and asked customers to be patient

while repairs are carried out.

1:36:011:36:09

Italy appears to be heading

for a hung parliament after voters

1:36:091:36:12

backed rightleaning

Populist parties there.

1:36:121:36:13

Former prime ministers

Silvio Berlusconi's right-wing

1:36:131:36:15

coalition looks set to win the most

seats in the lower house.

1:36:151:36:18

And formal government may take a few

weeks and negotiations

1:36:181:36:21

and government

building will be held.

1:36:211:36:22

We had information from Gavin Lee

earlier from Rome and we will be

1:36:221:36:26

back with him later in the show.

1:36:261:36:34

John is here and let's talk about

the headlines, the news about

1:36:361:36:39

cycling.

Let's pull out a few, this

was the front page of the Guardian,

1:36:391:36:45

this report we know came out today

from MPs, which highlights the

1:36:451:36:51

medication that cyclists and other

people within sport have been

1:36:511:36:54

taking. As we know some substances

that are normally banned can be

1:36:541:36:59

taken if you apply for a TUE, a

therapeutic use exemption, which

1:36:591:37:04

will allow you to take a banned

substance if you have a medical

1:37:041:37:08

need, Wiggins has done that in the

past, he applied for a TUE and that

1:37:081:37:12

allowed him to take a substance

previously banned. This report found

1:37:121:37:16

they are cheating by unethically

pushing the boundaries, taking

1:37:161:37:19

something which you wouldn't

normally be allowed to do but you're

1:37:191:37:23

cheating the system and in so it is

unethical. That's the key finding.

1:37:231:37:28

Sir Bradley Wiggins and Team Sky are

shooting these allegations.

He will

1:37:281:37:33

speak later this week and come out

with more detail?

His legacy in the

1:37:331:37:37

sport will be affected here

certainly.

1:37:371:37:40

Now, if you want to beat

Germany at football,

1:37:401:37:42

who better to turn

to than David Beckham?

1:37:421:37:45

Back in 2001, Beckham captained

England to their famous 5-1 win over

1:37:451:37:48

the Germans in Munich.

1:37:481:37:49

So new England women's head coach

Phil Neville got his old friend

1:37:491:37:52

to give his Lionesses side a pep

talk ahead of their SheBelieves Cup

1:37:521:37:56

match in New Jersey.

1:37:561:37:57

He's pictured here with

striker Jodie Taylor.

1:37:571:37:59

It's fair to say it

made a difference.

1:37:591:38:01

Beckham watched from the stands

as England's women twice fought back

1:38:011:38:04

to draw with Germany.

1:38:041:38:05

There was agony for Millie Bright

when her own goal gave Germany

1:38:051:38:08

a 2-1 lead.

1:38:081:38:09

Germany are the second highest

ranked team in women's football.

1:38:091:38:12

But Ellen White, scorer

of England's first,

1:38:121:38:14

then rescued them for a second time.

1:38:141:38:16

2-2 it finished.

1:38:161:38:17

England's last game

is against the USA on Thursday.

1:38:171:38:19

They are the number one ranked team.

1:38:191:38:27

I don't think an England team has

created the number of clear-cut

1:38:281:38:34

chances as they did tonight against

Germany for a long time. I'm pleased

1:38:341:38:38

with the team, pleased with the

attitude. People back home will be

1:38:381:38:42

saying we're heading in the right

direction and now I can't wait for

1:38:421:38:45

the last game, the last game we've

probably all been waiting for, the

1:38:451:38:49

USA game. It will be nice to go and

get a bit of sunshine on our back

1:38:491:38:53

because it's been freezing the last

two games.

Interesting to see how

1:38:531:38:57

they get on against the USA as well.

1:38:571:39:00

Manchester City are just four

games away from winning

1:39:001:39:02

the Premier League thanks to a 1-0

1:39:021:39:04

victory over reigning champions

Chelsea.

1:39:041:39:05

Having already won the League

Cup, their next piece

1:39:051:39:08

of silverware is on the horizon.

1:39:081:39:09

Bernardo Silva's second-half strike

enough to claim all three

1:39:091:39:12

points at the Etihad.

1:39:121:39:13

City 18 points clear at the top.

1:39:131:39:19

Arsenal fans might

want to look away.

1:39:191:39:21

A week on from that defeat

in the League Cup to City,

1:39:211:39:25

they lost again, this

time to Brighton.

1:39:251:39:26

2-1 it finished, Lewis

Dunk and Glenn Murray

1:39:261:39:29

with the Brighton goals.

1:39:291:39:30

It's Arsenal's fourth defeat

in a row and many fans

1:39:301:39:32

are increasing their calls

for manager Arsene Wenger to go.

1:39:321:39:35

Rangers and Celtic have been

drawn to play each other

1:39:351:39:38

in the Scottish Cup semi-finals

after Rangers beat Falkirk 4-1

1:39:381:39:41

at Ibrox yesterday.

1:39:411:39:41

Jason Cummings scored a hat-trick.

1:39:411:39:43

Motherwell beat Hearts in the other

quarter-final and will face either

1:39:431:39:46

Aberdeen or Kilmarnock.

1:39:461:39:53

Kyle Edmund was just 11 years

old when Andy Murray first became

1:39:531:39:56

British tennis number one,

now he's replacing him

1:39:561:39:58

in the top spot.

1:39:581:39:59

With Murray injured

for much of the season,

1:39:591:40:01

Edmund has had a chance

to move up the rankings.

1:40:011:40:04

He reached the semi-finals

of the Australian Open,

1:40:041:40:06

and he knocks Murray off the top

for the first time since 2006.

1:40:061:40:10

I suppose it caps off what's been

a great run for Kyle Edmund,

1:40:101:40:13

reaching the semifinals

and now British

1:40:131:40:15

number one.

1:40:151:40:15

How long he will stay depends

on Andy Murray's injury and return

1:40:151:40:19

to full fitness.

1:40:191:40:20

Testament to the season he's having.

When Andy Murray returns an sure

1:40:201:40:23

that they will change places but who

knows when he will be back, I'm sure

1:40:231:40:29

sooner than expected, but we will

have to see -- returns I'm sure.

1:40:291:40:33

Let's remember an amazing man in

sport.

1:40:331:40:36

Sir Roger Bannister running a mile

in just three minutes 59.4 seconds

1:40:361:40:39

remains one of the greatest moments

in British sporting history.

1:40:391:40:42

But remarkably, Sir Roger viewed

running as something to be done

1:40:421:40:45

in his spare time.

1:40:451:40:46

The man who inspired

generations after him died

1:40:461:40:48

on Saturday aged 88.

1:40:481:40:49

Let's look back at his life.

1:40:491:40:53

25-year-old Roger Bannister, third

from left, gets away at the Iffley

1:40:531:40:59

ground, Oxford, for the race of his

life.

On the sixth of May, 1954, so

1:40:591:41:05

Roger Bannister broke, Oracle,

running in three minutes, 59.4

1:41:051:41:10

seconds.

It was a feat that many thought

1:41:101:41:15

impossible and it very nearly didn't

happen at all as he only decided to

1:41:151:41:19

raise half an hour before.

But the 25-year-old medical student

1:41:191:41:23

played down his achievement.

All I

can say is I'm absolutely

1:41:231:41:28

overwhelmed and delighted. It was a

great surprise to me to be able to

1:41:281:41:32

do it today and I think I was very

lucky.

Bannister goes streaking

1:41:321:41:36

forward with about 250 yards to the

tapes...

He was one of the cleverest

1:41:361:41:40

people I think I've ever met and he

was in equal measure modest as well.

1:41:401:41:45

He never really got what he did. And

it wasn't a front, he just, sort of

1:41:451:41:49

said, well, there's the line, I'm

quite lucky. More people have

1:41:491:41:57

actually individually climbed

Everest than have run the

1:41:571:41:59

four-minute mile. It's an

extraordinary achievement.

1:41:591:42:02

At the end of 1954, Roger Bannister

retired from athletics and later

1:42:021:42:07

became a consultant new logistics.

And later the first chairman of the

1:42:071:42:12

Sports Council. Tributes to him have

been paid by some of the biggest

1:42:121:42:16

names in sport, and although he only

held the record for 46 days, his

1:42:161:42:21

feat has been inspiring people for

more than 60 years.

1:42:211:42:25

Let's talk to one of those people he

did inspire, Steve Cram.

1:42:251:42:31

Good morning. Tell us about what you

thought of him and when you were

1:42:311:42:35

first aware of Roger Bannister?

I

was very young, Louise, was about 15

1:42:351:42:40

or 16 when I watched... My coach

made me watch those films over and

1:42:401:42:48

over again. Long before that I heard

about Roger Bannister but didn't

1:42:481:42:53

understand the impact of what he had

done. I've read my first book about

1:42:531:42:57

him as an athlete, the For Minute

Mile, when I was growing up in the

1:42:571:43:03

70s as a young athlete, athletics

was becoming very popular and what

1:43:031:43:07

he did in 1954 was inspiring a whole

new generation, including Seb and

1:43:071:43:16

myself and Steve Ovett. It is that

he has gone but he's left an

1:43:161:43:20

incredible legacy.

Tell us about the

race, people run faster than that

1:43:201:43:23

now but this was a breakthrough,

wasn't it?

Not many people run

1:43:231:43:28

faster than that now, a four-minute

mile is still pretty good. Doctors

1:43:281:43:31

were saying until four or five years

before that people would die in the

1:43:311:43:36

quest to break the four-minute mile.

There was a myth around it so you're

1:43:361:43:42

right, when he broke it quickly John

Landy and others followed suit and

1:43:421:43:46

broke it as well but there was that

psychological barrier and the race

1:43:461:43:49

to be the first man to break four

minutes was incredible. It really

1:43:491:43:53

captured the imagination of the

public. That grainy film you saw

1:43:531:43:57

went around the world. It was an

achievement of its time. He was one

1:43:571:44:03

of those pioneering people of the

1950s and I think because of the new

1:44:031:44:07

advent of how the media was working

as well, it just reached a lot of

1:44:071:44:12

people around the world. Roger

never, ever... You said it in your

1:44:121:44:17

clip, he wanted to play it down, he

was a modest man, but he never ever

1:44:171:44:22

really wanted to take full credit.

He had Chris chat away, Chris

1:44:221:44:26

Brayshaw helping him, and he

probably didn't realise the impact

1:44:261:44:32

he had on people like myself.

Tell

us, Steve, you have helped the mile

1:44:321:44:36

record as well, what it is like when

you are holding a record like that?

1:44:361:44:42

We strive in athletics to win and

run as quick as we can. That is a

1:44:421:44:46

measure of how good you are. One

day, you're improving and improving,

1:44:461:44:51

and then you break a world record

and you're the fastest person in the

1:44:511:44:56

world. It's a lovely club to join,

the milers club is an incredible

1:44:561:45:00

club, he has been joined by some

lovely people I have met over the

1:45:001:45:06

years including Steve Ovett, Seb,

Derek Ibbotson, sadly who passed

1:45:061:45:11

away in the last few years, and they

are very special people. Sometimes

1:45:111:45:15

you don't hold it for long, 46 days

for him, I had it for a few weeks,

1:45:151:45:22

the only thing you know is they are

going to go at some point, these

1:45:221:45:26

records.

Steve, you made it look

easy!

Exactly! That's the point, all

1:45:261:45:32

sports people at the top of their

game make it look easy. It felt

1:45:321:45:35

quite easy at the time and I thought

I would go back and make it quicker

1:45:351:45:40

next time but you forget how hard it

is. Happy Days.

Just briefly,

1:45:401:45:44

appreciate if you don't want to

answer this, we've been talking

1:45:441:45:48

about the allegations about British

cycling today, do you want to

1:45:481:45:51

comment?

It is a very complicated

issue, the whole issue around TUEs.

1:45:511:45:59

This Commons Select Committee turned

the spotlight on something people in

1:45:591:46:03

sport have been aware of and working

with for a long time, and for the

1:46:031:46:07

public they might just be getting to

grips with it. TUEs are an important

1:46:071:46:12

and complicated part of what we do.

We have to protect the health of

1:46:121:46:17

athletes competing at the highest

level. We have to be careful we

1:46:171:46:20

don't step over the line in terms of

misusing TUEs. I welcome any

1:46:201:46:25

scenario where we make sure we get

the guidelines right on that. I

1:46:251:46:29

don't think anyone has done anything

that have broken the rules around

1:46:291:46:33

doping, I'm sure of that, and some

of the headlines coming out probably

1:46:331:46:37

aren't at it. But shining the

spotlight is important to make sure

1:46:371:46:41

we don't make any mistakes going

forward.

Steve Cram, great to talk

1:46:411:46:44

to you as always, thanks for joining

on BBC Breakfast.

1:46:441:46:50

Let's find out what is happening

with this morning 's weather.

1:46:531:46:56

Let's find out what is happening

with this morning 's weather. Good

1:46:561:46:57

morning. The weather this week is

going to be unsettled, but not as

1:46:571:47:02

extreme as it was last week. Still

snow in the forecast, some of that

1:47:021:47:07

falling at the moment. Most of the

couple of 100 metres, and most in

1:47:071:47:12

the north. Further south we have

some showers coming our way followed

1:47:121:47:16

by some rain. That is courtesy of

this area of low pressure. It is

1:47:161:47:22

going to be with us for much of the

week as these fronts coming, they

1:47:221:47:26

will bring in some rain, in the

North we have weather fronts moving

1:47:261:47:29

northwards bringing snow, mostly

with height. First thing this

1:47:291:47:33

morning we have some bright weather,

also some patchy mist and fog across

1:47:331:47:38

eastern parts of Scotland and the

hills, here too you can see a

1:47:381:47:43

mixture of rain and snow, the snow

is mostly with height. For the rest

1:47:431:47:47

of Scotland and northern England,

they will lose the morning snow and

1:47:471:47:51

it will be great, Northern Ireland

you will have a grade a is well with

1:47:511:47:55

some rain and drizzle on and off

throughout the day. The bright skies

1:47:551:47:59

in the south are indicated by the

weather front pushing northwards,

1:47:591:48:03

added that the cloud will build but

we will see heavier rain coming our

1:48:031:48:07

way across Hampshire, Dorset and

Somerset. Temperatures today, 10- 11

1:48:071:48:13

in the south, roughly where it

should be at the stage of March. If

1:48:131:48:17

you are in north-east Scotland, it

you have the easterly wind so you

1:48:171:48:22

have more of a significant

windchill. As we had on through the

1:48:221:48:26

evening and overnight, this band of

rain continues to advance

1:48:261:48:30

northwards, as it engages with the

colder air, snow above 100 metres

1:48:301:48:36

and it is the same across Scotland.

Towards the West it is more likely

1:48:361:48:41

to be rain that we have, and with

this combination and low

1:48:411:48:45

temperatures, tonight there is also

the risk of ice on untreated

1:48:451:48:49

surfaces. So tomorrow we start off

with a weather front, still moving

1:48:491:48:55

northwards, low levels across

Scotland will see rain and sleet

1:48:551:48:59

mostly, some heavier showers, you

might see a little bit of snow but

1:48:591:49:02

most of the snow will be on higher

ground. Moving away from southern

1:49:021:49:06

and central parts of Scotland, we

are looking at drier conditions, but

1:49:061:49:11

quite a bit of cloud around, a grey

day tomorrow despite the fact that

1:49:111:49:15

it will be driver most. There will

be some showers across the

1:49:151:49:18

south-west. In Aberdeen is going to

be cold, warmer towards London. As

1:49:181:49:28

we head into Wednesday, low pressure

still with us, everything moving

1:49:281:49:31

around it, Northwest Scotland will

see some wintry showers. Also

1:49:311:49:36

Northern Ireland. The rest of the UK

it will be dry, a fair bit of cloud

1:49:361:49:42

around and some showers in the

south, and some of the heavier ones

1:49:421:49:46

we could well see some hail.

1:49:461:49:48

south, and some of the heavier ones

we could well see some hail.

1:49:481:49:50

We will take you back Los Angeles,

Rebecca Jones is on the not red

1:49:501:49:55

carpet. Good morning, I have got to

British success stories here, Roger

1:49:551:50:05

deacons who has won Best

cinematographer, show us your Oscar

1:50:051:50:11

and the British start nominated Best

actor, Daniel Kaluuya, who wanted to

1:50:111:50:16

know whether it was still snowing at

home, didn't you?

Is it still

1:50:161:50:21

snowing?

No.

I will go back than!

Roger, what does this mean to you to

1:50:211:50:31

win?

It means aim still here doing

it, I am doing the job I love.

That

1:50:311:50:37

is what you said in your acceptance

speech, you love it.

What matters is

1:50:371:50:42

doing the job and enjoying your

life.

You won for the film Blade

1:50:421:50:46

Runner 2049, 23 years after your

first nomination this Shawshank

1:50:461:50:51

redemption. You must have wondered

whether this would never happen?

Not

1:50:511:50:55

really, because I was too busy

working really! Time passes and then

1:50:551:50:59

you wake up and think it is 23

years, I don't know.

You have seen

1:50:591:51:04

it all before, Daniel, this is your

first Oscars, what was it like?

I

1:51:041:51:10

haven't seen Roger win an Oscar, so

I have not seen it all before. I am

1:51:101:51:15

very happy. It is his I am just

happy for good people to do the

1:51:151:51:27

work, to be recognised, it is human

to want to be recognised, and be

1:51:271:51:35

recognised for the work you have

done. It is filling me with joy to

1:51:351:51:39

see Roger winning.

You are nominated

for best actor for get out, what was

1:51:391:51:45

your reaction to that? -- get

outback. What was your reaction?

1:51:451:51:53

It's still the Oscars! This night is

a celebration of great movies, is

1:51:531:51:58

not about winning a losing.

And Get

Out has been this phenomenal

1:51:581:52:07

success, when you first saw the

script, did you know there was

1:52:071:52:11

something special about it?

It spoke

to me, I felt it. I don't really

1:52:111:52:16

make decisions about whether it will

be special or do this, I went, I

1:52:161:52:20

want to watch it, and my friends

want to watch it. And I go and do

1:52:201:52:24

that. If it bombs, I don't know, but

I thought I wanted to watch it and I

1:52:241:52:29

want my friends to watch it, and

that it, I can't do anything else.

1:52:291:52:33

Whenever I am trying to do a

success, is when I am going, even if

1:52:331:52:38

this is -- if I don't believe in it,

that is... I just want to make stuff

1:52:381:52:43

that my friends watch, and that I

watch, and I enjoy, and then try and

1:52:431:52:48

do that more and learn.

I have to

ask you about the jacket, what

1:52:481:52:53

colour would you describe that, it

is velvet...

I don't even know the

1:52:531:52:57

colour, but it is the colour flacks,

I dismay that up. -- flex. I am just

1:52:571:53:09

flexing, I am embracing that.

How a

you celebrating?

I am going to the

1:53:091:53:16

party.

1:53:161:53:22

party.

Daniel has just cheered me

up. Thank you so much.

1:53:221:53:30

up. Thank you so much. Did you watch

black mirror? He was in series one,

1:53:321:53:39

he was brilliant in that, it is

great to see him enjoying his

1:53:391:53:42

success. The number of people

starting apprenticeships has fallen

1:53:421:53:47

dramatically in but why? Steph will

tell us, she is a manufacture in

1:53:471:53:51

Birmingham, good morning again.

This

is Josh, one of the apprentices

1:53:511:53:58

here, he is as coming towards the

end of his nightshift but we're

1:53:581:54:01

here, at a manufacturing place where

they produce metal, which they then

1:54:011:54:06

flatten out here, it is coming in

these coils which is made in the

1:54:061:54:11

factory and then it gets flattened

out, then it goes off to one of the

1:54:111:54:15

shearing machines, it is cut into

bits, sent off to customers and then

1:54:151:54:19

sent -- put in lots of different

products, anything from mobile

1:54:191:54:22

phones to cars. They employ about

158 people, including seven

1:54:221:54:28

apprentices, we can meet some of

them now. We have James and Harry

1:54:281:54:32

here, good morning to you both. Tell

us why you decided to do an

1:54:321:54:36

apprenticeship.

I was getting paid

to learn, it felt as though learning

1:54:361:54:41

along with the job, it was a lot

more practical then mental if you

1:54:411:54:49

like, going to university. I thought

an apprenticeship was a clever route

1:54:491:54:52

for me.

And Harry, you have lots of

work here, but you are at university

1:54:521:54:59

as well, how this your life compare?

I do have friends at university,

1:54:591:55:05

majority are studying elsewhere in

the UK and in comparison to what I

1:55:051:55:09

do, what they do is mostly, they

spend most of their time, three

1:55:091:55:17

hours at uni, I spent eight hours

here, they go out at night, I have

1:55:171:55:25

to focus on supporting myself.

You

guys are renting while you do it.

1:55:251:55:29

Obviously some people would say that

you are not earning an awful amount

1:55:291:55:33

of money doing this, does that

bother you?

There is always a goal

1:55:331:55:38

inside, when you start off and you

are on a lower wage than what you

1:55:381:55:43

would be if you went straight into

full-time work, it is disheartening

1:55:431:55:46

at times, but when you see the end

goal, the light at the end of the

1:55:461:55:50

tunnel, it is something to work

towards and it is an achievement

1:55:501:55:53

when you get there.

Thank you for

your time, I know you will get on

1:55:531:55:57

with your work. We have dawn here

who is from local college, we have

1:55:571:56:04

heard from these guys talking about

their engineering apprenticeships,

1:56:041:56:07

but there are so many more than

that.

You can go into care,

1:56:071:56:11

hairdressing, hospitality, you might

want to be a chef, it you want to

1:56:111:56:15

study foodservice and there are

others like IT, accounting, that

1:56:151:56:18

people might not have heard about.

And Verity here from the EEF, it is

1:56:181:56:25

National apprentice ship week, but

the number of people starting

1:56:251:56:29

apprenticeships is down, white you

think that is?

In the six months

1:56:291:56:37

following the start of the levy,

Pritchard fell by 40%. The

1:56:371:56:41

government had imposed a number of

rules and restrictions on spending

1:56:411:56:45

those funds. If employers can't

spend their money, we can't get

1:56:451:56:49

apprenticeships started, so we need

to make a quick fix for that,

1:56:491:56:52

because it is National open ship

week, we want to see more

1:56:521:56:57

apprentices starting, so we want to

make sure the government gets the

1:56:571:57:00

apprenticeship Levy right?

What do

you think will make the difference

1:57:001:57:03

of getting more students into your

college?

It is about getting the

1:57:031:57:07

message out to parents, of all the

different sectors that are there for

1:57:071:57:11

them to do, go talk to your local

college around the country, they can

1:57:111:57:15

give you clear information, on their

websites, career coach which will

1:57:151:57:19

tell you about salaries, all the

information is there, so make sure

1:57:191:57:23

you find out about it.

Thank you

very much to your time, I appreciate

1:57:231:57:27

it and we will be talking to appear

more people later on, but first

1:57:272:00:53

Hello this is Breakfast,

with Dan Walker and Louise Minchin.

2:00:542:00:58

Britain's most decorated

Olympian Sir Bradley Wiggins

2:00:582:01:00

and Team Sky are accused

of crossing an ethical line

2:01:002:01:02

in their use of drugs.

2:01:022:01:05

A report by MPs says

they were used to enhance

2:01:052:01:07

the performance of riders -

but Wiggins has strongly

2:01:072:01:09

denied the claims.

2:01:092:01:17

Good morning it's

Monday 5th of March.

2:01:282:01:35

Also this morning...

2:01:352:01:36

Gary Oldman finally has an Oscar.

2:01:362:01:42

Put the kettle on...

2:01:422:01:45

I'm bringing Oscar home.

2:01:452:01:48

Gary Oldman has a message

for his mum after winning the Oscar

2:01:482:01:51

for Best Actor for his portrayal

of Winston Churchill.

2:01:512:01:53

But the biggest cheer of the night

was for the best actress winner

2:01:532:01:56

Frances McDormand when she paid

tribute to all the women nominees.

2:01:562:02:00

If I may be so honoured to have

all the female nominees in every

2:02:002:02:05

category stand with me

in the room tonight.

2:02:052:02:11

And we've got a ticket for

the Vanity Fair after show party -

2:02:112:02:14

we'll be live from there talking

to the stars as they arrive.

2:02:142:02:19

Millions of people are told

to limit their water use as thawing

2:02:192:02:22

temperatures cause burst pipes.

2:02:222:02:28

The number of people

starting apprenticeships has

2:02:282:02:30

fallen dramatically.

2:02:302:02:36

Falling by one third last year. I'm

at a factory in Birmingham to meet

2:02:362:02:39

some of the apprentice is here and

find out what's going on.

2:02:392:02:44

In sport, a pre-match pep talk

from David Beckham helps inspire

2:02:452:02:48

the England Lionesses in New York -

they twice come from a goal down

2:02:482:02:51

to draw with Germany

in the SheBelieves Cup.

2:02:512:02:54

Andy Carroll has the weather.

Good

morning. The weather remains

2:02:542:03:01

unsettled but not as extreme as last

week. Some patchy mist and fog to

2:03:012:03:07

lift, and then some snow mostly in

the hills in the north but some rain

2:03:072:03:10

coming across the South and that is

also heading north through the

2:03:102:03:13

course of the day. More details in

about 15 minutes.

2:03:132:03:22

And just to confirm, it's the month

of March, just after 8am.

2:03:222:03:28

Britain's top Olympian Sir Bradley

Wiggins and Team Sky have been

2:03:282:03:32

accused of crossing an ethical line

in a report by MPs who say they used

2:03:322:03:36

medication to enhance performance.

Bradley Wiggins and Team Sky have

2:03:362:03:40

strongly refuted the claims. Adam

Wilde has this report.

2:03:402:03:45

They are some of the biggest names

in British sport but this

2:03:452:03:47

long-awaited report represents

perhaps the gravest blow yet

2:03:472:03:49

to their reputations.

2:03:492:03:51

Most significantly that

of Sir Bradley Wiggins,

2:03:512:03:52

the nation's most decorated

Olympian.

2:03:522:03:56

One of the things the report's

authors point to is the use

2:03:562:03:59

of certain drugs by Wiggins

and his former team, Team Sky,

2:03:592:04:04

the purpose of which they say

was not always to treat medical need

2:04:042:04:07

but to improve performance.

2:04:072:04:09

That is something both Team Sky

and Wiggins strongly refute.

2:04:092:04:13

And whilst they didn't

break anti-doping rules,

2:04:132:04:16

they did, the report says,

cross the ethical line.

2:04:162:04:19

And the head of the team,

Sir David Brailsford,

2:04:192:04:21

must take responsibility.

2:04:212:04:26

We believe now we need those same

sort of criminal powers

2:04:262:04:29

so anti-doping agencies can call

on the police and other law

2:04:292:04:32

enforcement agencies to gather

evidence quickly where they believe

2:04:322:04:39

there's good grounds

to believe there's been

2:04:392:04:41

an anti-doping violation.

2:04:412:04:42

But this report goes much

further than just cycling.

2:04:422:04:44

They say the evidence of Lord Coe,

the head of athletics' governing

2:04:442:04:48

body, to MPs on the committee

in 2015, was misleading

2:04:482:04:51

when he sought to distance himself

from any knowledge of allegations

2:04:512:04:53

of doping in Russian athletics.

2:04:532:04:58

The report also speaks of shock

at an injection of a drug called

2:04:582:05:03

L-carnitine given to Sir Mo Farah

before the 2014 London Marathon.

2:05:032:05:05

Whilst it isn't a banned substance,

there are strict rules

2:05:052:05:11

around its use, yet that dose didn't

appear on Farah's medical records.

2:05:112:05:15

It's cycling, though,

a sport which has already suffered

2:05:152:05:18

a series of blows to its reputation,

for which today's report

2:05:182:05:21

will be most damaging.

2:05:212:05:22

Adam Wild, BBC News.

2:05:222:05:28

Former middle distance runner and

commentator Steve Cram says there

2:05:292:05:32

should be a duty of Clare towards

athletes to make sure they are

2:05:322:05:35

operating in legal limits. -- duty

of care.

We have to protect the

2:05:352:05:40

health of athletes who want to

compete at the highest level. But we

2:05:402:05:42

have to be careful we do not step

over the line in terms of misuse. I

2:05:422:05:47

welcome any scenario where we make

sure we get the guidelines right on

2:05:472:05:50

that. I don't think anyone has done

anything, breaking any rules around

2:05:502:05:56

doping, I'm pretty sure of that.

Some of the headlines coming out are

2:05:562:06:00

probably not accurate. But yes,

shining a spotlight on it is

2:06:002:06:03

important to make sure we don't make

mistakes going forward.

We can get

2:06:032:06:08

more from our sports reporter David

Ornstein at the Manchester

2:06:082:06:10

Velodrome. Let's talk about the

significance of this and the impact

2:06:102:06:15

on reputations as well.

We are

looking at the reaction here from

2:06:152:06:21

Team Sky today, and British cycling.

This is the home of British cycling

2:06:212:06:26

and formerly the home of Team Sky.

Julie Harrington, the team executive

2:06:262:06:31

of Team Sky, only appointed last May

when the changes implement it as a

2:06:312:06:37

result of this enquiry were already

underway. She said the enquiry had a

2:06:372:06:42

catalytic effect on the

organisation, and they have made

2:06:422:06:45

significant changes across the

organisation. These reforms aim to

2:06:452:06:49

ensure the failure is recognised in

the committee's enquiry will never

2:06:492:06:52

happen again. Interestingly, she

says the committee's investigation

2:06:522:06:55

focused on a time when the relation

between British cycling and Team Sky

2:06:552:07:01

operated with blurred boundaries

between the two organisations. She

2:07:012:07:05

says that will never happen again

and they now have clear lines.

2:07:052:07:10

Meanwhile, Team Sky have said they

take full responsibility for the

2:07:102:07:12

mistakes that were made but strongly

refute the allegations around the

2:07:122:07:17

use of performance enhancing drugs

that were made by the enquiry.

2:07:172:07:21

Strongly refuting those allegations.

They insist they are committed to

2:07:212:07:26

performance in a clean way.

2:07:262:07:31

Gary Oldman has told his 98-year-old

mother to put the kettle on because

2:07:312:07:35

he will bring the Oscar home, after

being crowned Best actor for his

2:07:352:07:40

portrayal of Winston Churchill in

Darkest Hour. Frances McDormand was

2:07:402:07:42

named best actress and the best film

prize went to the shape of water. We

2:07:422:07:46

have James Cook with more from Los

Angeles.

2:07:462:07:51

After a year of darkness, a splash

of colour returned to Hollywood.

2:07:512:07:54

The black threads of protest were

gone, although the determination

2:07:542:07:56

to call "Time's Up" on abuse

and to create a more

2:07:562:07:59

inclusive industry remained.

2:07:592:08:04

If I may be so honoured to have

all the female nominees in every

2:08:042:08:07

category stand with me

in this room tonight...

2:08:072:08:15

Best Actress winner

Frances McDormand had

2:08:152:08:16

a message for the moguls.

2:08:162:08:17

Look around, ladies and gentlemen,

because we all have stories to tell

2:08:172:08:20

and projects we need financed.

2:08:202:08:22

And the winner is,

Gary Oldman, Darkest Hour.

2:08:222:08:23

For his transformation

into Winston Churchill,

2:08:232:08:26

the British actor saw V for victory

and he thanked his

2:08:262:08:28

98-year-old mother.

2:08:282:08:32

I say to my mother, "Thank

you for your love and support.

2:08:322:08:38

Put the kettle on, I'm

bringing Oscar home."

2:08:382:08:43

Congratulations!

2:08:432:08:47

There were four more British wins,

including one for The Silent Child,

2:08:472:08:49

a short film about a deaf little

girl from Wiltshire.

2:08:492:08:57

I made a promise to our 6-year-old

lead actress that I'd sign this

2:08:572:09:00

speech, and my hands are shaking

a little bit so I apologise.

2:09:002:09:05

Last year, this famous duo

announced the wrong winner.

2:09:052:09:07

No such problem this time.

2:09:072:09:08

The Shape of Water.

2:09:082:09:10

The greatest thing our art does

and our industry does is to erase

2:09:102:09:13

the lines in the sand.

2:09:132:09:16

We should continue doing that

when the world tells us

2:09:162:09:18

to make them deeper.

2:09:182:09:20

So inclusion was the theme,

change really is coming

2:09:202:09:23

to Hollywood was the message.

2:09:232:09:25

James Cook, BBC News, Los Angeles.

2:09:252:09:33

This is the rather vacant scene at

the Vanity fair after show party.

2:09:362:09:39

Rebecca Jones has grabbed all sorts

of people so far, including Roger

2:09:392:09:45

Deakins and Daniel Kaluuya. And

there is Gary Oldman. Rebecca Jones

2:09:452:09:49

is there so hopefully Gary will

wander over. We spoke to him after

2:09:492:09:55

the Golden Globes. I think Rebecca

can speak to him and we can hear

2:09:552:09:59

from Gary Oldman.

I have the

Oscar-winning Gary Oldman with me.

2:09:592:10:04

Many congratulations, best actor.

Thank you!

You thanks to your mum in

2:10:042:10:12

your speech, 98 years old. Have you

had a chance to speak to her yet.

I

2:10:122:10:16

haven't, she is probably in bed by

now, but I will see her in the

2:10:162:10:20

morning. She brought me up, you

know, I mean, I don't know what mum

2:10:202:10:29

doesn't want an Oscar for her son

who is an actor, but I think she has

2:10:292:10:37

wanted this for me for a long time.

Winston Churchill was famous for his

2:10:372:10:43

inspirational speeches. I wonder if

you felt any pressure to live up to

2:10:432:10:46

them tonight.

There is a bit of

pressure. There is a weird chemical

2:10:462:10:53

thing that happens when your name is

called. And it's... I can't really

2:10:532:11:01

define it, but it's unlike anything

else. And then of course you have

2:11:012:11:06

got Meryl Streep ten feet away

staring up at you, next to Denzel

2:11:062:11:12

Washington. It's surreal. It really

is. I can't believe it says, Academy

2:11:122:11:19

award to Gary Oldman on it. I am

still a bit sort of... You know...

2:11:192:11:27

And he has had a real influence on

your life, because you have a

2:11:272:11:32

grandson named after Winston

Churchill. Is that right?

My son

2:11:322:11:36

Alfie worked on the film. He is a

camera assistant. He was here with

2:11:362:11:41

his mum, Leslie, tonight. I don't

know if they are here just now or

2:11:412:11:46

not, but he worked on the movie.

When he heard he was having a son.

2:11:462:11:54

It's Aussie, and his middle name is

Winston, yes.

And you proposed to

2:11:542:11:59

your wife, standing beside you.

While you were in costume, is that

2:11:592:12:04

right?

Yes, I was on the set. We had

talked about it, and I just got the

2:12:042:12:09

urge. I dragged her off to the map

room, as you do when you are running

2:12:092:12:18

a war, and said, will you marry me.

And she said yes. I didn't do it in

2:12:182:12:23

Winston's voice, but I said, will

you marry me. She said yes. And they

2:12:232:12:28

said, Gary, we need you on set. And

I left her with it. I have my boy

2:12:282:12:33

Charlie here. And Gulliver here.

It's lovely that Leslie and Alfie

2:12:332:12:40

came out as well. It's been a real

family bash.

Gary Oldman, thank you

2:12:402:12:45

for speaking to us live on BBC

breakfast. Gary Oldman, the winner

2:12:452:12:49

of Best actor Oscar. I'm sure that

sounds good stop what I love his son

2:12:492:12:56

with his hand on his dad's back.

We

should mention the special effects

2:12:562:13:02

make-up artist, winning in the hair

and make-up category for darkest

2:13:022:13:08

hour,

2:13:082:13:13

hour, Lucy Civic. For the camera to

turn on their is Gary Oldman, that's

2:13:142:13:24

fantastic.

2:13:242:13:29

The army has been sent to help

isolated communities in Cumbria that

2:13:292:13:32

have been cut from supplies for five

days because of the bad

2:13:322:13:34

weather conditions.

2:13:342:13:36

This comes after millions of people

in London and South East England

2:13:362:13:38

have been told to limit their use

of water after thawing

2:13:382:13:41

temperatures caused burst pipes.

2:13:412:13:42

Thousands have been left

with no water at all.

2:13:422:13:44

Simon Clemison is in West London

where emergency supplies of bottled

2:13:442:13:47

water are being distributed.

2:13:472:13:52

All of this after a week of freezing

temperatures and a bit more misery

2:13:522:13:58

for thousands of people across the

UK this morning.

It is very strange.

2:13:582:14:04

Look at Hampstead Heath, there has

been no snow here for a while, but

2:14:042:14:08

we are still feeling the

consequences. This is a water

2:14:082:14:13

station. A huge, giant lorry here.

We have bottles being handed out to

2:14:132:14:17

some of the 12,000 people in London

still struggling. We have seen them

2:14:172:14:24

here this morning picking up the

water. It's not the only part of the

2:14:242:14:29

country to suffer. Seven Trent had

their taps run dry. It's all to do

2:14:292:14:32

with London, the pipes are warming

up again and then bursting and

2:14:322:14:38

leaking. I caught up with some of

the people affected overnight.

I

2:14:382:14:42

haven't had a shower today,

unfortunately.

There is no water, no

2:14:422:14:46

shower. Can't brush your teeth. This

morning there were still no water.

2:14:462:14:52

And I work in the pub downstairs and

they shut early.

You work in a

2:14:522:14:56

restaurant, so what's it like to

come in to find no water?

It's

2:14:562:15:00

critical, without water, you cannot

do business. There is no trade. You

2:15:002:15:05

can't wash up, can't prepare food

and you can't operate.

I was down at

2:15:052:15:12

the corner but unfortunately there

is no water from last night. The

2:15:122:15:15

sink is working but I don't know

when they will fix all the problems.

2:15:152:15:23

It's all about encouraging customers

to be careful with what they use,

2:15:272:15:30

that means no showers,

2:15:302:15:36

that means no showers, filling the

washing machine completely, and no

2:15:402:15:42

washing the car.

Construction firms could be refused

2:15:422:15:49

planning permission that have been

slow to build homes. The Prime

2:15:492:15:53

Minister will tell developers to

step up and do their bit, warning

2:15:532:15:57

that sitting on land as a value

rises is not acceptable at a time of

2:15:572:16:02

chronic housing needs.

2:16:022:16:06

Italy appears to be heading

for a hung Parliament after voters

2:16:062:16:08

backed right-leaning

and populist parties.

2:16:082:16:10

Ex-Prime Minister Silvio

Berlusconi's right-wing coalition

2:16:102:16:11

looks set to win the most seats

in the lower house of parliament.

2:16:112:16:14

Forming a government may now take

weeks of negotiation

2:16:142:16:16

and coalition-building,

or fresh elections could be held.

2:16:162:16:24

Here's Carol with a look

at this morning's weather.

2:16:252:16:28

For some of us we started off with

patchy mist and fog, we still have

2:16:302:16:35

that parts of Scotland, especially

the hills and coast, and the

2:16:352:16:40

Midlands but most of it will tend to

lift. Beautiful weather watcher

2:16:402:16:46

pictures

2:16:462:16:46

lift. Beautiful weather watcher

pictures sent in from Worcestershire

2:16:462:16:48

this morning. The forecast today is

we have showers being replaced by

2:16:482:16:52

rain coming in from the south

through the day but we still have

2:16:522:16:55

some snow over the Scottish hills.

At lower levels it is sleet and rain

2:16:552:17:00

we are looking out. We will have

rain coming into the south courtesy

2:17:002:17:04

of this area of high pressure. --

low-pressure, which will be with us

2:17:042:17:12

in some form for most of this week.

In Scotland we still have some

2:17:122:17:16

smoke, above 200 metres or so that

we will see it. At lower levels it

2:17:162:17:22

is more likely to be rain and sleet.

Further west, drier and brighter

2:17:222:17:27

with a few showers. In northern

England we have had some early snow

2:17:272:17:33

in the north-east but that is moving

away and leave a lot of cloud in its

2:17:332:17:37

wake. We have sunny skies across

parts of the Midlands, we can see

2:17:372:17:42

the rain coming up and does it also

ahead of it cloud will continue to

2:17:422:17:46

build. Some of this rain will be

heavy, particularly so, a Hampshire,

2:17:462:17:52

Dorset and parts of Somerset as

well. In England and Wales,

2:17:522:17:56

temperatures roughly today where

they should be at this time in March

2:17:562:18:00

but in the north still cold. In

Aberdeen only four, and a keen

2:18:002:18:06

easterly wind in the far north of

Scotland so you will still have a

2:18:062:18:08

significant wind-chill so it will

feel colder than these temperatures

2:18:082:18:12

are suggesting. Overnight the rain

continues to advance northwards, as

2:18:122:18:16

it engages with the cold air it will

gladly turn to snow, again mostly on

2:18:162:18:22

the hills. We continue with hill

snow across Scotland. Out towards

2:18:222:18:28

the west, more likely to be rain

that we have. Quite a lot of cloud,

2:18:282:18:33

patchy mist and fog forming and

still the risk of ice on untreated

2:18:332:18:38

surfaces. As ever these temperatures

tell you what you can expect in

2:18:382:18:41

towns and cities, in rural areas it

will be lower. Tomorrow we have our

2:18:412:18:48

weather front moving steadily

northwards, again mostly at lower

2:18:482:18:51

levels it's going to be rain, maybe

some sleet with snow in the hills. A

2:18:512:18:57

lot of drier weather around tomorrow

but it will be cloudy with showers

2:18:572:19:03

peppering parts of Scotland and

Northern Ireland south-east England

2:19:032:19:08

and the Channel Islands. As we head

on into Wednesday, here is the

2:19:082:19:13

centre of our low-pressure.

Everything still moving around it in

2:19:132:19:17

an anticlockwise direction so the

cold air is still embedded across

2:19:172:19:21

Scotland and we have snow showers

across the north and west. Elsewhere

2:19:212:19:26

in dry weather, cloudy, the odd

bright spell but wintry showers

2:19:262:19:30

across Northern Ireland. In the

south we are likely to see showers

2:19:302:19:34

as well, we could well have some

hail and Thunder and lightning in

2:19:342:19:38

them. Temperatures in Aberdeen

perking up a bit, six or seven, with

2:19:382:19:45

a high of nine or ten in southern

England.

2:19:452:19:54

Thank you very much indeed. Always

nice to see more of Carroll in our

2:19:542:19:58

lives! It is a 20 AM, you are

watching breakfast news. Our main

2:19:582:20:05

stories this morning...

2:20:052:20:11

Britain's most decorated

Olympian Sir Bradley Wiggins

2:20:112:20:13

and Team Sky are accused

of crossing an ethical line

2:20:132:20:15

in their use of drugs.

2:20:152:20:21

Gary Oldman has been named best

actor for his portrayal of Winston

2:20:212:20:28

Churchill in Darkest Hour in the

Oscars.

2:20:282:20:38

They're both used to pushing

themselves to the absolute limit,

2:20:382:20:40

but now Olympic cyclist

Victoria Pendleton and adventurer

2:20:402:20:42

Ben Fogle are joining

forces to climb Everest.

2:20:422:20:44

Not satisfied with taking on one

of the greatest physical challenges,

2:20:442:20:46

they're also aiming to complete

an ethical climb, to show it's

2:20:462:20:49

possible to leave no

waste in their wake.

2:20:492:20:57

Good morning, both! I will come to

Everest in a moment but briefly,

2:20:592:21:03

Victoria, have you got anything to

say about these allegations today

2:21:032:21:08

about cycling?

They are definitely

shocking allegations and I

2:21:082:21:11

personally don't want to believe it

is true. Until there is an admission

2:21:112:21:15

of somebody doing something wrong, I

don't want to believe it. They are

2:21:152:21:22

just allegations.

Shall we leave it

there. We talk about the most

2:21:222:21:30

amazing mountain scene behind us,

why would you want to climb Everest?

2:21:302:21:35

I've always drained of it ever since

I was a little boy, I remember

2:21:352:21:40

looking at photographs thinking what

would it be like to take a challenge

2:21:402:21:43

on like this. Victoria and I met a

couple of years ago and decided that

2:21:432:21:48

we wanted to maybe take on a

together.

Hello Victoria, are you

2:21:482:21:56

all right? Do you want to climb

Everest!

I knew she would be a good

2:21:562:22:01

team-mate to go with. I wanted to do

it, I wanted to inspire my kids. I

2:22:012:22:07

am the United Nations paging for

wilderness, and we are also doing it

2:22:072:22:15

for the British Red Cross.

Training

wise, it's a brutal experience. I'm

2:22:152:22:21

sure you know how many people have

died attempting Everest over the

2:22:212:22:25

years. What sort of training have

you put yourselves through for this?

2:22:252:22:30

We spent some time in Bolivia

climbing some of the most iconic

2:22:302:22:34

mountains there and we have been in

the Himalayas during January.

This

2:22:342:22:39

is your

2:22:392:22:44

is your head cam.

Yes, this is some

footage of me crossing a ladder

2:22:442:22:48

bridge. We are preparing ourselves

as best as possible in terms of

2:22:482:22:53

fitness and technical understanding,

and we are small team so we know we

2:22:532:22:57

can look out for each other and

nobody will hold us back. We are all

2:22:572:23:02

very capable. We will just make sure

we take every box and make sure we

2:23:022:23:07

are as ready as we can be.

She

usually capable but you have a of

2:23:072:23:14

heights!

It is terrifying. Going

across those ladder bridges, that's

2:23:142:23:20

how you get across crevasse is,

these big gaps that open up with

2:23:202:23:24

hundreds of metres of drop. I am

scared of heights but it's about

2:23:242:23:28

confronting your fears. I've always

lived my life to find not shy away

2:23:282:23:33

from the challenges and for me,

Everest is the pinnacle. I've got

2:23:332:23:37

young kids now so I have a

responsibility to them but I also

2:23:372:23:41

want to inspire them and show people

if you show full respect to a

2:23:412:23:47

mountain like Everest, and I argue

they are attempting to get to the

2:23:472:23:49

summit, we are both fully aware of

the risks there and we are going to

2:23:492:23:55

put self-preservation ahead of

pride. We can see the beast.

2:23:552:24:02

pride. We can see the beast. Ben

mentioned his family, what do your

2:24:032:24:06

families think of it?

Victoria, is

it possible to stop you?

The horse

2:24:062:24:13

racing thing, they thought I was a

bit crazy, but having something to

2:24:132:24:20

work and train for is what makes me

tick and this is an incredible

2:24:202:24:25

adventure, an incredible experience,

once-in-a-lifetime and I feel

2:24:252:24:27

honoured to be given this

opportunity and also to be involved

2:24:272:24:32

with helping support a charity like

the Red Cross.

If you are supreme

2:24:322:24:38

athlete, the supreme competitor so

tell me about what's going on. When

2:24:382:24:42

you are watching across a bridge

like that, what are you thinking?

I

2:24:422:24:48

ink, I put one foot in front of the

other, I can do that on the ground

2:24:482:24:52

normally so why worry about it now?

It's the same approach to

2:24:522:24:56

everything. It is still the same

method of one foot in front of the

2:24:562:25:00

other.

I am with Ben! I would be

thinking, I'm going to fall!

That is

2:25:002:25:09

what's beautiful about our dynamic,

Victoria with her sporting prowess.

2:25:092:25:16

I am a bit more hands-off. To have

her there focusing, and I pick up a

2:25:162:25:22

little bit of that drive and

determination that Victoria house

2:25:222:25:25

because you need something like that

with Everest. A lot of it is the

2:25:252:25:30

battle of the mind. I am 44 now and

I think the last 20 years of

2:25:302:25:36

adventures and challenges I have

done have all been leading to this

2:25:362:25:39

point. For me, Everest will be the

biggest thing I've ever done and I

2:25:392:25:43

think a lot of it is

2:25:432:25:49

think a lot of it is in the head.

A

lot of people think it's about the

2:25:532:25:56

physicality, and of course it's

about understanding mountaineering,

2:25:562:25:57

but a lot of it is here. In terms of

the ethical side and trying to keep

2:25:572:26:00

waist down, how do you do that? It's

not nice to talk about this time of

2:26:002:26:04

day but there is the human excrement

side.

You can take it home with you,

2:26:042:26:11

everything freezes and in Antarctica

you take everything including your

2:26:112:26:18

-- urine. A lot of mountaineers

adhere to mountain etiquette and

2:26:192:26:25

being respectful to the shirkers,

make sure they are paid properly,

2:26:252:26:33

minimal impact.

Victoria, if you

were worried about anything, and you

2:26:332:26:39

are very good about all of this,

what would be highest on your list?

2:26:392:26:45

I don't really have any concerns,

it's just about knowing we are solid

2:26:452:26:50

team. I'm going with very capable

individuals. We have a very

2:26:502:26:55

experienced mountain guide, and I

have a great team around me.

2:26:552:27:04

have a great team around me.

Getting

to the summit is only halfway, we

2:27:042:27:07

have got to get back!

When are you

going?

Will even about four weeks'

2:27:072:27:15

time. We will be at base camp for

long time. We will chat to you from

2:27:152:27:22

base camp.

Have you got an invite

yet for the royal wedding?

I'm going

2:27:222:27:28

to be on Everest with Victoria!

Enjoyed it.

2:27:282:30:54

Hello, this is Breakfast

with Dan Walker and Louise Minchin.

2:31:002:31:07

Sir Bradley Wiggins

and Team Sky have been accused

2:31:072:31:10

of "crossing an ethical line",

in a report by MPs who say

2:31:102:31:13

they used medication

to enhance performance.

2:31:132:31:15

A report by the Digital, Culture,

Media and Sport Committee

2:31:152:31:20

says they were used to enhance

performance rather than

2:31:202:31:22

just for medical need.

2:31:222:31:24

Bradley Wiggins and Team Sky have

strongly refuted the claims.

2:31:242:31:28

It was a great night

for the Brits at the Oscars.

2:31:282:31:31

Gary Oldman won Best Actor

for his portrayal of

2:31:312:31:33

Sir Winston Churchill in Darkest

Hour.

2:31:332:31:35

He spoke to Breakfast

from the after-show party

2:31:352:31:36

just a few moments ago.

2:31:362:31:44

You thank your mum, have you had a

chance to speak to her?

2:31:442:31:50

She's probably in bed

by now but I will be

2:31:502:31:53

seeing her in the morning.

2:31:532:31:56

You know, she's been,

she brought me up and...

2:31:562:32:02

You know, I mean, I don't know

what mum doesn't want an Oscar

2:32:022:32:05

for her son who is an actor?

2:32:052:32:09

But I think she's wanted this

for me for a long time.

2:32:092:32:12

So, you know...

2:32:122:32:17

In a passionate acceptance speech,

Frances McDormand urged female

2:32:172:32:23

nominees to stand up in the crowd.

2:32:232:32:25

If I may be so honoured to have

all the female nominees in every

2:32:252:32:28

category stand with me

in this room tonight...

2:32:282:32:30

The actors, Meryl, if you do it,

everyone else will.

2:32:302:32:33

The film-makers, the producers,

the directors, the writers,

2:32:332:32:35

the cinematographer,

the composers, the songwriters.

2:32:352:32:36

Look around, everybody, look around,

ladies and gentlemen,

2:32:362:32:38

because we all have stories to tell

and projects we need financing.

2:32:382:32:46

Frances McDormand.

2:32:542:32:57

Elsewhere, The Shape of Water,

a fantasy romance, won four Oscars,

2:32:572:32:59

including best director

for the Mexican film-maker Guillermo

2:32:592:33:01

Del Toro as well as best picture.

2:33:012:33:09

Back to Los Angeles now,

and the Oscars after party.

2:33:102:33:12

Our correspondent Rebecca

Jones is there now.

2:33:122:33:17

Wonderful to speak to Gary Oldman.

He was so happy.

2:33:172:33:27

It has taken him half-an-hour to

walk up the carpet, stopped by film

2:33:272:33:33

crews and journalists, asking him

exactly the same questions but

2:33:332:33:37

clutching that Oscar and surrounded

by his family. He was telling us

2:33:372:33:42

earlier that he proposed to his wife

while wearing the Winston Churchill

2:33:422:33:48

costume. He has recently had a grand

son. They have given him the middle

2:33:482:33:54

name of Winston.

A family affair. You mentioned

2:33:542:33:57

Frances McDormand, the only star we

haven't actually seen here this

2:33:572:34:04

evening. Sam Rockwell who won best

Supporting Actor for three

2:34:042:34:07

Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri,

Allison Janney and her co-star

2:34:072:34:13

Margot Robbie are here. It has been

stars, hard to keep up with them,

2:34:132:34:21

frankly.

Like you. You have kept up with

2:34:212:34:26

them. Others to mention, we talked

about Gary Oldman, special effects,

2:34:262:34:30

his make up is remarkable, winning

in that category.

2:34:302:34:41

And Rachel Shenton and Chris Overton

wrote the screenplay, they won Best

2:34:412:34:45

live short film, is that right? Live

action film, yes. We spoke to them

2:34:452:34:52

on the programme and they were

delighted.

2:34:522:34:57

And in an attempt to make sure

the ceremony didn't over-run,

2:34:572:34:59

costume designer Mark Bridges

was awarded a jet ski

2:34:592:35:01

for the shortest acceptance speech.

2:35:012:35:04

Do you believe it?

2:35:042:35:08

I came for an Oscar and went

home with a jet ski.

2:35:082:35:10

I mean, how strange is that?

2:35:102:35:12

You know, you just

never know where life

2:35:122:35:14

is going to take you and then of

course, to be presented it by Helen

2:35:142:35:17

Mirren, how lucky am I?

2:35:172:35:22

Where will the park it? Roger

Deakins won his first Oscar for his

2:35:222:35:31

work on Blade Runner 2049 after 13

previous nominations.

2:35:312:35:37

And he has been on the show this

morning.

2:35:372:35:40

And we'll have a full

round-up of all the winners

2:35:402:35:42

and losers after nine.

2:35:422:35:45

Millions of people in London

and south-east England have been

2:35:452:35:47

told to limit their use of water

or risk having none at all.

2:35:472:35:51

This comes after thousands of homes

and businesses were left

2:35:512:35:54

with no water after thawing

tempratures caused burst pipes

2:35:542:35:57

and leaks across the UK.

2:35:572:35:58

Suppliers across the country

reported a high volume of calls

2:35:582:36:00

and asked customers to be patient

while repairs are carried out.

2:36:002:36:07

Italy appears to be heading

for a hung Parliament after voters

2:36:072:36:11

backed right-leaning

and populist parties.

2:36:112:36:14

Ex-Prime Minister Silvio

Berlusconi's right-wing coalition

2:36:142:36:19

looks set to win the most seats

in the lower House of Parliament.

2:36:192:36:22

Forming a government may now take

weeks of negotiation

2:36:222:36:24

and coalition-building,

or fresh elections could be held.

2:36:242:36:30

Construction firms which have been

slow to build new homes could be

2:36:302:36:33

refused planning permission

in future, under a shake-up to be

2:36:332:36:36

unveiled by Theresa May.

2:36:362:36:37

The Prime Minister will tell

developers to "step up

2:36:372:36:39

and do their bit", warning that

sitting on land as its value rises

2:36:392:36:42

is not acceptable at a time

of chronic housing need.

2:36:422:36:50

And coming up here

on Breakfast this morning.

2:36:542:36:56

We'll wave off Zoe Ball

as she sets off on her 300-mile

2:36:562:36:59

Sport Relief cycle ride

from Blackpool to Brighton.

2:36:592:37:02

Apparently she gets to eat loads

of cake, which makes up for having

2:37:022:37:05

to wear padded pants!

2:37:052:37:11

Apprenticeships are hailed

as a great way to learn a trade,

2:37:112:37:14

so why are numbers falling?

2:37:142:37:15

Steph's at a factory

in Birmingham this morning.

2:37:152:37:19

And we'll look back at a memorable

night for the Brits at the Oscars

2:37:192:37:22

with film critic Jason Solomons.

2:37:222:37:30

What an amazing programme! It is

great when you have life access at a

2:37:362:37:42

global event. And we have had

Victoria Pendleton talking about the

2:37:422:37:47

big story which is dominating the

pages, British cycling, serious

2:37:472:37:55

allegations aimed at Team Sky, Sir

Bradley Wiggins. These are

2:37:552:38:02

allegations, more detail is needed.

The point being until someone can

2:38:022:38:10

categorically say they have done

something wrong, with proof,

2:38:102:38:14

Victoria Pendleton would buy the

belief that has been no wrongdoing.

2:38:142:38:17

This front page, the key point is

the reputation, damage to

2:38:172:38:25

reputation. One of our most

successful Olympians of all time.

2:38:252:38:32

But also the damage to Team Sky who

have masterminded so much success in

2:38:322:38:39

sport but at what cost? The

suggestion they are pushing the

2:38:392:38:44

boundaries, and unethically as

suggested in this report.

2:38:442:38:47

What will happen now? At the top you

have Dave Brailsford the team

2:38:472:38:54

principal, is his job tenable now?

We will wait to see. Sir Bradley

2:38:542:38:59

Wiggins will have more to say in the

coming days I suspect.

2:38:592:39:05

England's women have made

a great start to life under

2:39:052:39:07

new manager Phil Neville,

still unbeaten at the SheBelieves

2:39:072:39:09

Cup after a draw with Germany.

2:39:092:39:10

After a pre-match pep talk

by David Beckham who was in the

2:39:102:39:13

stands, the Lionessess

twice came from behind.

2:39:132:39:17

There was agony for Millie Bright

when her own goal gave

2:39:172:39:19

Germany a 2-1 lead.

2:39:192:39:22

But Ellen White, scorer

of England's first,

2:39:222:39:25

then rescued them for a second time.

2:39:252:39:27

2-2 it finished.

2:39:272:39:32

It just shows how much we've grown,

to be honest, and how much will and

2:39:322:39:35

desire and you know,

how hard we are working now to not

2:39:352:39:38

only compete against the best teams

in the world

2:39:382:39:40

but, you know, beat them and we are

disappointed to have drawn.

2:39:402:39:43

So yeah, I think we've

come a long, long way.

2:39:432:39:51

Four wins is all Manchester

City need to wrap up

2:39:522:39:55

the Premier League title

after a 1-0 win over reigning

2:39:552:39:57

champions Chelsea.

2:39:572:39:58

Having already won the League

Cup, their next piece

2:39:582:40:00

of silverware is on the horizon,

Bernardo Silva's second-half strike

2:40:002:40:03

enough to claim all three

points at the Etihad.

2:40:032:40:05

City 18 points clear at the top.

2:40:052:40:07

A week on from that

defeat in the League Cup

2:40:072:40:11

for Arsenal, it's the same old sorry

story, they lost again,

2:40:112:40:14

this time to Brighton.

2:40:142:40:18

2-1 it finished in what is Arsenal's

fourth defeat in a row and the calls

2:40:182:40:22

for Wenger to go are getting louder.

2:40:222:40:25

Rangers and Celtic

will face each other

2:40:252:40:27

in the Scottish Cup semi-finals,

after Rangers beat

2:40:272:40:29

Falkirk 4-1 at Ibrox.

2:40:292:40:31

Jason Cummings scoring a hat-trick.

2:40:312:40:36

Motherwell beat Hearts,

so they'll face either

2:40:362:40:38

Aberdeen or Kilmarnock.

2:40:382:40:39

There was a great finale

for Great Britain at the World

2:40:392:40:41

Indoor Athletics Championships

in Birmingham, with

2:40:412:40:44

Andrew Pozzi winning gold

in the men's 60 metre hurdles.

2:40:442:40:48

He looked to have been

pipped on the line

2:40:482:40:51

by the American Jarrett Eaton.

2:40:512:40:52

But, after a photo finish,

Pozzi won it by just one-hundredth

2:40:522:40:55

of a second,

for his first global title.

2:40:552:41:02

My heart stopped

at the end of there.

2:41:042:41:07

how much I wanted it,

was throwing my body

2:41:072:41:10

at the line trying to get

there and just about got there.

2:41:102:41:18

A special one for him, he was

co-captain, signing off with a gold.

2:41:202:41:25

Seven medals in total, successful

the Team GB.

2:41:252:41:32

A few weeks ago, Zoe Ball

joined us on the sofa

2:41:322:41:36

to announce that she'd be taking

part in a cycling challenge

2:41:362:41:39

in aid of Sport Relief.

2:41:392:41:43

This morning, she'll be setting off

on her 300-mile journey.

2:41:432:41:46

She's cycling from her birthplace

of Blackpool, to the seaside

2:41:462:41:48

town she now calls home,

Brighton.

2:41:482:41:51

And Zoe joins us now at the start

line at Blackpool Pier.

2:41:512:41:58

Blackpool pier, how are you feeling,

good morning!

2:41:582:42:00

Hello, good morning all of you. I am

feeling every kind of emotion you

2:42:002:42:09

can imagine. Fear, you know,

anticipation, but most of all, I

2:42:092:42:20

want to get going now. All this

talk, all this training, eating the

2:42:202:42:26

right stuff, padded pants! I want to

get on the road and start bringing

2:42:262:42:31

some money in, hopefully.

We will be

speaking to you every day, where you

2:42:312:42:37

start today to mark what is the

plan?

2:42:372:42:43

Starting here in Blackpool, look,

the sun has come out, there is the

2:42:432:42:48

tower. We will make our way down

through Lytham Saint bands, down to

2:42:482:42:55

Liverpool, along the docks. Lots of

lovely things to take in along the

2:42:552:43:01

way -- St Anne's. 70 miles to

attempt today. I have been told by

2:43:012:43:09

my amazing team... Say hello! They

haven't woken up. It is fairly flat

2:43:092:43:14

today. They might be lying to me!

It

may be flat but I can hear on the

2:43:142:43:22

microphone there is a little bit of

wind around, are you worried about

2:43:222:43:26

that?

Not at the moment. But Greg White

2:43:262:43:33

who is cycling with me, an

incredible man, he has done 28

2:43:332:43:38

challengers, the fact he has even

come back gives me some hope. He

2:43:382:43:43

said there might be some side winds

later, I am trying not to think

2:43:432:43:47

about those, I will do what I am

told.

Greg James may be thinking,

2:43:472:43:55

how do you get away with a bit of

wind when he had to abandon his

2:43:552:44:01

attempt to tackle the three highest

peaks, the weather was terrible last

2:44:012:44:04

week.

I was watching and following his

2:44:042:44:09

challenge last week. From home, and

getting to a radio, checking social

2:44:092:44:17

media to see what had happened.

Seeing the conditions on Snowdonia,

2:44:172:44:24

and ska Faelled Park, the fact he

got up both of those was so heroic

2:44:242:44:31

-- Scafell Pike. The conversations

people were having about mental

2:44:312:44:39

illness, sharing their stories, it

was so moving. You know he will be

2:44:392:44:45

back to do Ben Nevis. He will finish

it and the money is still pouring

2:44:452:44:49

in, well done, he is my hero.

Anything can happen.

I am in charge

2:44:492:45:00

of health and safety in my household

I notice your microphone lead may

2:45:002:45:04

get caught on your bike, so the sort

that out!

Thank goodness!

I can't

2:45:042:45:13

let you go with that like that. And

I am a cyclist so I know you can get

2:45:132:45:18

tangled.

Really good luck and hopefully we

2:45:182:45:20

will speak to you. In the National

Lottery we release the walls, are

2:45:202:45:28

you ready! -- balls. Good luck, off

you go.

2:45:282:45:36

I'm so glad I sorted out a

microphone. I could not let her go

2:45:432:45:47

like that. It could have been caught

in the spokes, carnage.

2:45:472:45:50

Sport Relief takes place

from Saturday 17th

2:45:502:45:51

to Friday 23rd March.

2:45:512:45:55

To donate £5, text "Zoe" to 70205.

2:45:552:46:03

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2:46:132:46:15

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2:46:152:46:17

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2:46:172:46:19

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And please ask the bill

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2:46:212:46:22

For full terms, go

to bbc.co.uk/radio2.

2:46:222:46:29

And I think we will speak do Zoe

tomorrow as she spoke about the

2:46:292:46:32

crosswinds.

2:46:322:46:32

Here's Carol with a look

at this morning's weather.

2:46:322:46:34

Here's Carol with a look

at this morning's weather.

2:46:342:46:36

How is is only going to get on,

nowhere near as bad as last week is

2:46:362:46:40

the broad picture, I suppose?

Not at all and the wind is not as

2:46:402:46:45

strong as it could be and I will

show you are in a second. Good

2:46:452:46:48

morning, first some pictures from

the Weather Watchers, beautiful

2:46:482:46:51

pictures coming in, this is one of

Powys.

2:46:512:46:55

pictures coming in, this is one of

Powys.

2:46:552:46:57

Quite a bit of cloud around and

lying snow and one from Newquay as

2:46:572:47:00

well but not cloudy absolutely

everywhere. What we have coming in

2:47:002:47:04

across the south-west is a weather

front producing showers, followed by

2:47:042:47:07

rain but we still had snow, mostly

over the hills across the far north.

2:47:072:47:12

Low pressure will be dominating the

weather for much of this week in

2:47:122:47:15

some shape or form but as you can

see, not much in the way of isobars

2:47:152:47:20

until you travel up into Scotland.

Here, particularly in the

2:47:202:47:24

north-east, it is an easterly wind

coming our way today so still a

2:47:242:47:29

significant wind-chill so bear that

in mind if you are stepping out.

2:47:292:47:32

Snow mostly above about 100-200

metres. Close to the coasts, more

2:47:322:47:37

likely to be rain and sleet and

across northern England, a cloudy

2:47:372:47:41

start, where Zoe was, some brighter

breaks. Northern Ireland with a

2:47:412:47:45

mixture of bright spells although

they will be limited and some rain

2:47:452:47:48

and drizzle on and off through the

day. The showers across south-west

2:47:482:47:51

England and Wales through the day

will tend to get going and start to

2:47:512:47:55

move northwards. Some of them could

be heavy, particularly so across

2:47:552:48:00

Hampshire, Dorset and Somerset.

Temperatures three or four in the

2:48:002:48:05

north, nine or ten as we come

further south. As we had through the

2:48:052:48:10

evening and overnight, this system

producing the rain continues to move

2:48:102:48:13

northwards and as it bumps into the

cold air, again, some snow coming

2:48:132:48:17

out what that will mostly be above

100-200 metres. Some more snow

2:48:172:48:23

across Scotland, for example the

Cairngorms could see another couple

2:48:232:48:27

of centimetres but at lower levels,

it is more likely to be rain and

2:48:272:48:31

sleet. Some rain, too, across the

West of Scotland and Northern

2:48:312:48:34

Ireland and where we have damp

surfaces and low temperatures, there

2:48:342:48:37

is the risk of ice on untreated

surfaces. Tomorrow, we still have a

2:48:372:48:43

weather front, still low-pressure

dominating the weather, and as it

2:48:432:48:47

continues to push northwards, it

continues to being rain and snow

2:48:472:48:50

across parts of northern Scotland

but the rest of the UK, largely dry,

2:48:502:48:54

fairly cloudy and some showers,

getting in at times across Northern

2:48:542:49:01

Ireland, south-west England and the

Channel Islands. Only three tomorrow

2:49:012:49:03

in Aberdeen at a high of 11 in

London again. By the time we get to

2:49:032:49:08

Wednesday, this is the centre of the

low-pressure, everything toppling

2:49:082:49:13

around it in an anticlockwise

direction, as the rain moves in

2:49:132:49:16

across Scotland, this time it is the

North and north-west, it will fall

2:49:162:49:20

as snow once again, primarily on

high ground but you could see some

2:49:202:49:24

snow showers across Northern Ireland

and some hail coming out of heavy

2:49:242:49:27

showers in the south. In between,

lots of dry weather and temperature

2:49:272:49:30

7-9.

2:49:302:49:35

The number of people

starting apprenticeships has

2:49:352:49:37

fallen dramatically.

2:49:372:49:39

Steph is at a manufacturer

in Birmingham to find out why.

2:49:392:49:46

She's in a pipe, what is going on?

Good morning, everyone. I wanted to

2:49:462:49:52

show off one of the products they

make, about three tonnes of metal

2:49:522:49:57

wrapped around this coil, this

business manufactures sheet metal,

2:49:572:50:00

which is then going through these

machines to be flattened out and

2:50:002:50:06

then snipped up and sheared and made

into tiny strips of metal which is

2:50:062:50:09

used in all kinds of different

components, everything from your

2:50:092:50:12

phone to cars. It is a business that

employs around 100 to get people,

2:50:122:50:17

including seven apprentices and here

are a view of them. Warning, lads,

2:50:172:50:22

James and Gary come. James, why did

you decide to do an apprenticeship?

2:50:222:50:27

I did it because I'm more hands-on,

I preferred the kinaesthetic way of

2:50:272:50:30

learning on the job. And also, you

get paid whilst learning.

Some

2:50:302:50:37

people might say it is not very much

money you get paid and you are

2:50:372:50:40

essentially cheap labour. What do

you say to that?

I think at first it

2:50:402:50:45

is disheartening because you are on

a lower rate than what you would

2:50:452:50:48

normally would be if you joined

full-time work. But there's a light

2:50:482:50:51

at the end of the tunnel and you've

got an end goal which means you can

2:50:512:50:55

work towards it.

What about you,

Gary? Why did you decide to do it?

2:50:552:51:02

James basically said, he put it on a

plate, at the start, you don't get

2:51:022:51:05

as much as you think but as time

goes on, over the years, the reward

2:51:052:51:08

is priceless.

What about what you

have done because you have got

2:51:082:51:13

friends at university so how does

your life compare?

My mates at uni

2:51:132:51:16

are doing the same course but at the

end they got no practical skills,

2:51:162:51:19

whereas I have doing the

apprenticeship, for doing the job so

2:51:192:51:22

when they come out of uni, they go

to a job where they have not touched

2:51:222:51:26

a spanner.

And you are getting up

earlier than them at the moment as

2:51:262:51:30

well!

Yeah, that's part of the job

though, ain't it?

I

2:51:302:51:38

though, ain't it?

I will you crack

on but the reason we're here is

2:51:392:51:41

because we are talking about

national apprenticeship week and

2:51:412:51:44

about the number of apprentices fell

last year, the number of people

2:51:442:51:45

starting apprentices. Helen is the

HR manager here. Helen, you've got

2:51:452:51:48

some brilliant young lads working

here as apprentices. What is it like

2:51:482:51:52

trying to find them? Is it love?

To

be honest, the numbers are out

2:51:522:51:56

there. We've been fortunate in so

far in that even before the levy

2:51:562:52:02

introduction, we had good support

from training providers and we've

2:52:022:52:04

worked through the new standards

with them and the new levy

2:52:042:52:07

arrangements and to be honest, we've

got the numbers we will did this

2:52:072:52:10

year.

You are not worried about a

skills gap? French rap are not here,

2:52:102:52:14

no. Good to hear. Thank you for

joining us. Helen mentioned about

2:52:142:52:18

the apprenticeship levy and I can

talk more to Verity from the

2:52:182:52:23

manufacturers organisation and Donna

runs a local college. Verity, Helen

2:52:232:52:28

mentioned the levy, which has made a

big difference, when did it come in

2:52:282:52:31

and what does it mean?

It came in

April last year and it requires in

2:52:312:52:36

Voisin Skip to pay a proportion of

their bill, essentially attacks.

2:52:362:52:39

Unfortunately, what we have seen the

six months following the

2:52:392:52:43

apprenticeship levy, there's been a

fall of over 40% in apprenticeship

2:52:432:52:46

starts which is rarely worrying.

Employers have got their heads round

2:52:462:52:50

how they pay the tax but the

challenges are in spending their

2:52:502:52:53

funds and if they can't spend the

funds, they can't start

2:52:532:52:56

apprenticeships. This week is

National apprentice should we, the

2:52:562:52:59

spotlight is on and we want more

boys to get involved but the

2:52:592:53:02

government needs to think again

about the apprenticeship levy and

2:53:022:53:05

the impact it is having.

We have got

the guys working here during the

2:53:052:53:09

week but they do a day or two in

different colleges as well. There is

2:53:092:53:13

such a variety of apprenticeships

out there and I think that is what

2:53:132:53:17

surprises people these days.

There

is, a huge range of apprenticeships

2:53:172:53:21

scheme is right across, we work over

the 1000 employers at my college in

2:53:212:53:29

Derbyshire, like Toyota, the FA at

St George's Park and the Hilton

2:53:292:53:32

there. You can do absolutely

anything in an apprenticeship, from

2:53:322:53:37

care, hospital...

Are they good

enough quality? That is one

2:53:372:53:42

criticism.

It's about working with

the right providers and employers

2:53:422:53:44

who are passionate and care about it

and getting the quality right. We

2:53:442:53:47

should not be chasing the numbers

but focusing on good quality

2:53:472:53:51

apprenticeships for the future of

the country.

Thank you for joining

2:53:512:53:53

us. I appreciate that. That is it

from me this morning. I'm going to

2:53:532:53:59

leave you with Joshua, just

finishing his night shift, he's been

2:53:592:54:03

here the nearly 14 hours, stayed on

a bit longer because he wanted to be

2:54:032:54:06

on the TV, I think. Give us a smile!

There we are. Quite rightly, he is

2:54:062:54:13

taking the job extremely seriously.

Thank you, Steph.

2:54:132:54:17

Big Apple with that, it looks

important. -- be careful with that.

2:54:172:54:24

If being asked

to recite your times tables or do

2:54:242:54:26

some long division brings you out

in a cold sweat, you're not alone.

2:54:262:54:29

According to a new report

from the British Academy,

2:54:292:54:32

there's growing evidence

that there is more anxiety

2:54:322:54:33

about maths than any other subject

and despite efforts to tackle it,

2:54:332:54:36

it's not getting any better.

2:54:362:54:38

As part of our maths series,

we sent Jayne McCubbin

2:54:382:54:40

back to her old school.

2:54:402:54:48

I'm going back to school.

2:55:002:55:01

This is where I spent

most of the '80s.

2:55:012:55:03

It was built in the '60s,

back when maths anxiety

2:55:032:55:05

was first identified.

2:55:052:55:06

Hallo, teachers.

2:55:062:55:07

How the heck are you?

2:55:072:55:09

This is the very hall

where I flunked maths in 1986,

2:55:092:55:11

an exam I will resit in May 2018.

2:55:112:55:13

Do you remember an anxious

student, Mr Russell?

2:55:132:55:15

Many anxious students!

2:55:152:55:16

I honestly remember weeping at home

having to remember times tables.

2:55:162:55:19

You had a touch of maths

anxiety, didn't you?

2:55:192:55:21

I certainly did.

2:55:212:55:22

I always maintain I was away

when they did the Y times table.

2:55:222:55:25

I was frightened to death

of maths, honestly, really.

2:55:252:55:27

That's why I taught English!

2:55:272:55:29

Why is it so many people have

this emotional response

2:55:292:55:32

to what is essentially a series

of logical problems?

2:55:322:55:36

Manchester University has now

analysed almost 800 research papers

2:55:362:55:40

on maths anxiety for the Royal

Academy.

2:55:402:55:43

You don't hear people

talking about English

2:55:432:55:45

anxiety or science anxiety,

but maths anxiety, it

2:55:452:55:47

does seem to be a thing.

2:55:472:55:49

It's like everything else.

2:55:492:55:51

They are only afraid of something

if they believe they can't do it.

2:55:512:55:54

So it's a matter of getting

to the bottom of it,

2:55:542:55:57

deciding what it is they can't do

and unpicking it and giving them

2:55:572:56:00

all the help they need

to actually get through it.

2:56:002:56:04

If it is that easy, why has

so little progress been made

2:56:042:56:06

in the last 50 years?

2:56:062:56:08

Teacher Bobby Seagull is not just

tutoring me through my GCSE,

2:56:082:56:12

he is researching maths anxiety

for his PhD.

2:56:122:56:16

It is a subject where, at school,

children either get things right

2:56:162:56:20

or wrong and it makes them think

from a young age, "Actually,

2:56:202:56:22

if I make a mistake,

I can't do maths", and that...

2:56:222:56:25

It sort of imprints on them

for the rest of their lives.

2:56:252:56:28

There's a misconception

known as the maths brain.

2:56:282:56:30

If I make mistakes in mathematics,

it's because I'm no good

2:56:302:56:33

as an innate talent,

but actually, I think mathematics

2:56:332:56:35

is something we can all work on.

2:56:352:56:37

Here he is, front row.

2:56:372:56:39

Let me introduce a teen

who did exactly that.

2:56:392:56:42

Sir, can we steal Callum?

2:56:422:56:45

Of course you can.

2:56:452:56:47

How bad was maths anxiety for you?

2:56:472:56:48

The anxiety of it was

absolutely dreadful.

2:56:482:56:49

At first, like, it was in the chest,

it was just constant, every day.

2:56:492:56:53

I was not actually able to revise

maths because I was just so scared.

2:56:532:56:56

We need your top tips.

2:56:562:56:57

OK.

2:56:572:57:00

But today, Calum is helping

to front The Mindset.

2:57:002:57:02

The one thing that we all have

in common is that we have

2:57:022:57:05

found a way to reach

our individual potential.

2:57:052:57:07

Advice on the BBC Bitesize website

to help children reduce

2:57:072:57:09

the stress of exams.

2:57:092:57:12

You stopped being afraid.

Yeah.

2:57:122:57:14

And making mistakes.

2:57:142:57:16

Yeah, I learned that mistakes

were meant to be made.

2:57:162:57:19

That's part of learning,

especially with maths,

2:57:192:57:22

you learn from your mistakes more

than you learn from success.

2:57:222:57:24

So you went from fails,

Ds, how did it end up?

2:57:242:57:27

I ended up getting

a A in the end, actually.

2:57:272:57:30

It can be done!

2:57:302:57:31

The Royal Academy say teachers need

to focus less on tests and more

2:57:312:57:34

on basic understanding.

2:57:342:57:39

As the Breakfast team

is about to discover, maths should

2:57:392:57:42

be all about the journey,

not just the destination.

2:57:422:57:45

Jayne McCubbin, BBC News.

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We're joined now

by psychologist, Dr Anna Colton,

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and GP, Dr Radha Modgil.

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We will speak to you in a minute.

Good morning.

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Earlier in the programme

we set you a maths challenge.

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I know you were watching! Lots of

people have been answering it.

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In case you missed it,

here's the question again.

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You will have a couple of minutes

before we tell you the answer.

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The Three Little Pigs have

built a house together.

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The Big Bad Wolf wants

to blow the house down.

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On a previous demolition job,

the Big Bad Wolf used 10 wolves

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working 15 hours daily,

Monday to Friday, for five working

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weeks to bring that house down.

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If the Big Bad Wolf wants to start

this demolition job at 9am and be

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done in time for tea at 3pm

on the same day, how many wolves

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does he need to blow down the house

of the Three Little Pigs?

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We want to know you're working out

as well. We are not going to put you

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under pressure but you can

understand why some people might see

2:58:542:58:58

that this morning and might not even

attempt it because there is a bit of

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a fear around maps for many people.

Absolutely, I was and probably still

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am one of those people, maths was

not my forte and I look at that

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question and say, "Please don't ask

me now!" It's right, lots of

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children fear it and it is one of

those subjects that if you

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understand the concept, the

foundations, if they are solid, it

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feels more manageable but if your

foundations are shaky in maps, the

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rest of it feels very tricky.

Tell

us, isn't it normal to be slightly

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nervous about exams and test

questions like this?

Definitely,

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there's always a natural anxiety

when you are doing a test or being

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assessed for anything. That kind of

anxiety is natural and normal and if

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you did not have it, you would be a

bit strange. It is about when the

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anxiety or the nerves reach a

critical point and after that, your

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performance will suffer. It is about

helping children and teenagers to

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get to the point where the anxiety

and the nerves are helping them

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concentrate and be interested but

not to the point where they start to

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affect how well they can do.

Talking

to my own children about nerves, it

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is not a problem being worried or

anxious about something, you just to

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embrace it but I think as well, the

way parents sometimes talk about

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maths in particular because they

might be afraid of it, "Maths, that

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is going to be tough", which can be

passed onto the next generation as

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well.

Definitely, we are a product

of what we hear for the people us so

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if your parents are saying in

obvious terms they are worried about

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maths or in less obvious terms,

even, you pick it up and using, "If

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they are worried or frightened of

maps, I will be, too".

What is about

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maths, as the survey has found, what

is the particular anxiety

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surrounding maths?

It's quite right

or wrong and black-and-white

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particularly at a young age and

children want to please and get high

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marks, everyone wants to achieve and

police and in maps, there is no grey

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area, you don't get good marks and

bad marks, it is right or wrong,

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very stark and I think for those who

struggle a bit, it feels like, "I

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obviously did not understand it

because I'm wrong". It is not that

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you are improving and the challenge

is to help people realise, help

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children realise they can do it and

mistakes are part of the learning

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process and you learn better from

your mistakes than getting it all

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right.

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We have asked people for working is

out, to see if you are on the right

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track.

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out, to see if you are on the right

track.

Show your workings and you

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can get some marks. But there is a

blind panic with maths, I don't

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know, I am going to put something

down.

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It is important, you

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can't say, 2+2=4. Ucar Just Brooke

five. There is a right answer.

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It is about encouraging, when they

get the system is right, encouraging

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them, let us look at what didn't go

so well and improve that. So

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encouraging them and congratulating

them.

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Does it help if your parents perhaps

change their attitude, if they are

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anxious?

Absolutely. What we hear and pick

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up, we absorb and pick up ourselves.

Making maths practical in every day,

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in the supermarket, so it is not

such a foreign topic.

We play the

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menu game, in a cafe for a hot

chocolate and biscuit, before you

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get your meal, you have to add up.

A bit of pressure! Thank you both

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very much.

Thank you for answering that

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question, so many have got it right.

We will have a reminder of the

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question come here it is. You won't

read it out again.

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The answer is 625. This is how you

can work it out, by working out how

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many hours it took to blow down the

first house.

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Multiply the 15 hours worked daily,

by the number of days worked.

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75 hours. And multiply that by the

number of weeks worked.

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And finally, we divided that

by the number of hours

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the Big Bad Wolf wants to spend

on this new job - that being six -

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to give us the grand

total of 625 wolves.

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Thank you so much so many of you did

get that question right. There will

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be more on our social media accounts

as well.

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To follow the coverage

of our maths series and to try

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out Bobby's puzzle go

to bbc.co.uk/mindset and click

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on the Breakfast logo.

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We'll have a full

round-up from the Oscars

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overnight in a few minutes.

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But first, a last, brief

look at the headlines

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where you are this morning.

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It was a good night

for British talent at the 90th

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Academy Awards with five

awards in total.

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Film critic Jason Solomons

and Marai Larasi

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from the black feminist

organisation ImKaan are with us.

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Lovely to see you here.

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We'll chat to them in a minute.

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But first, the actor,

Gary Oldman, was named

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Best Actor, for his portrayal

of Winston Churchill

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in "Darkest Hour".

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A magical moment, when he talked to

us about his 98-year-old mum.

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You thank your mum in your speech,

have you had a chance to speak to

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her?

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No, I haven't.

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She's probably in bed by now,

but I'll be seeing her

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in the morning, you know.

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You know, she's been...

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She brought me up and...

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You know, I mean, I don't know

what mum doesn't want

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an Oscar for her son,

you know, who is an actor?

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But I think she has wanted this

for me for a long time.

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So, you know...

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Winston Churchill was famous

for his inspirational speeches.

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I wonder if you felt any

pressure to live up to them?

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There is a bit of pressure.

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You know, there's a weird

chemical thing that happens

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when your name is called...

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I can't really define

it, but it is unlike,

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it is unlike anything

else, you know?

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And then of course, you've got

Meryl Streep ten feet away,

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staring up at you, next to Denzel

Washington.

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It is surreal, it really is.

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I can't believe that it says

Academy Award to Gary Oldman on it.

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It...

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You know, I'm still

a bit, sort of...

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You know!

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And he has had a real influence

on your life, hasn't he,

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because you've got a grandson now

who's been named after

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Winston Churchill, is that right?

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My son Alfie worked on the film.

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He's a camera assistant.

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And he was here with

Leslie, his mum, tonight.

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I don't know if they

are here or not.

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And he had worked on the movie

and when he heard he was having

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a son, so it's Ozzie,

and his middle name

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is Winston, yeah.

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And you proposed to your wife,

who is standing beside you, here,

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congratulations to you,

while you were in

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costume, is that right?

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Yeah, I was on the set,

and we had talked about it but...

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And I just got the urge

so I dragged her off

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to the map room, as you do,

when you're running a war, and said,

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"Would you marry me?"

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And she said, "Yes".

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I didn't do it in the

Winston voice, but...

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I said, "Will you marry me?"

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She said, "Yes", and then they said,

"Gary, we need you on the set",

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and I left her with it.

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And I've got my boy here,

Charlie, and Gulliver, here.

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So it's been a great,

and lovely that Leslie

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and Alfie came out, too.

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It's been a real family bash.

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He has had an amazing awards season,

we guessed this might happen.

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Always a shock at the end of the

season if they have one at the

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golden globes, there is still a

moment where they think, will I get

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slide tackled by Daniel Day Lewis?

It didn't happen. There is a great

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relief at the end of the season. It

is like running a campaign. You have

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to commit to it. Great pride as

well, not just that this, there is a

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long career which has been rewarded.

He brings a maverick spirit to his

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Winston Churchill. He brings the

same energy he brought to Sid

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vicious, Count Dracula, a

mischievous energy he has got. That

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comes through. Putting on hair and

make up, it's a lot more, you put on

3:10:243:10:32

the mask and inhabiting that

character physically, with the

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energy.

That is why it one. Frances

McDormand one best actress.

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For

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Three Billboards Outside Ebbing,

Missouri, and persuaded every female

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nominee to stand with her in a night

full of statements about inclusion.

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If I may be so honoured to have

all the female nominees in every

3:10:523:10:56

category stand with me

in this room tonight...

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The actors, Meryl, if you do it,

everyone else will.

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The film-makers, the producers,

the directors, the writers,

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the cinematographer,

the composers, the songwriters.

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Look around, everybody, look around,

ladies and gentlemen,

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because we all have stories to tell

and projects we need financing.

3:11:113:11:19

You went to the golden globes with

Emma Watson, how important aim was

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that?

Having Frances McDormand highlight

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issues relating to women in industry

is critical, it is part of how we

3:11:293:11:34

talk about equality, lifting our

voices, representation, a really

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brilliant moment. She is quirky, she

is adventurous and really

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courageous.

Her doing that was

brilliant.

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This time they didn't wear black but

what do you sense? You have been

3:11:503:11:55

campaigning for many years, is very

change happening?

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It feels that way. If you are doing

this work day in, day out, with a

3:11:593:12:06

load of celebrities amplifying the

issues, it gets it into the public

3:12:063:12:10

domain in a different way. We need

that. Somebody like me will talk to

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politicians and civil servants, may

not get media coverage, but Emma

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Watson next to that conversation and

you have something completely

3:12:203:12:23

different.

Jason, The Shape of Water won Best

3:12:233:12:29

Film, a surprise. And British

successes, roger Deakins once in the

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photography the Blade Runner 2049.

The 14th time of asking.

Lucy Civic

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one also. And the film, The Silent

Child.

From Hollyoaks to Hollywood,

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a couple who met on Hollyoaks won

the Best Short film, The Silent

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Child, it is a very touching and

tender film, Rachel Shenton wrote

3:13:013:13:05

and directed it. They won, and

extraordinary story for this tiny

3:13:053:13:11

film that was funded by cupcake

sales, and kick-start funding.

A

3:13:113:13:23

movie about the making of that

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