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Good evening and welcome to BBC Channel Islands.

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Making the news on this Friday night:

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Robbed at knife-point, the terrifying experience of one Jersey

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shopkeeper. How much time off should

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a new parent be allowed? Businesses and parents are asked

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to help shape future laws. We should have longer maternity

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leave. It is nice to bond with your children and the dads should have

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that extra bit of time. The Channel Islands expertise

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which is giving this seal And quiet would be a good way to

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describe this weekend, lots of cloud around, generally a bit warmer, and

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I'll have all the details later in the programme.

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A Jersey shop owner was left badly shaken after being

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robbed at knife-point in St Helier last night.

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It happened at about 7:20pm

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at Temple Stores in Stopford Road. The owner wasn't hurt.

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The police would like people who live and work in the area to help

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with their inquiries. Our reporter Julie Flanagan

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is there for us now. Last night was a normal night

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for shop owner Bruno Alves. He only took it over

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five months ago. He was at the back

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making a cup of coffee, heard someone coming in,went

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to serve the customer and saw what he described

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as a massive knife. You can imagine how

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terriying it was. He's too shaken to be on camera

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but he told me it felt He was so scared, and all he could

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think about was his two boys. So what are they saying

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about the investigation? Well around ?800 was stolen,

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so this is a significant crime, not only of theft

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but for the violence involved. Detective Inspector Steve Langford

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is leading the case and says it's Well, this is clearly quite a

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desperate act carried out by a callous individual. It is difficult

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to excess -- to assess the reasons why this occur. We suspect that the

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individual could have been casing the shop, to see if it could

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identify a potential target later in the day. Jersey is a very safe place

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and we would reassure the community that these incidents are not very

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common. The police also say the man they're

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looking for is around 6 foot tall, They say he was wearing a black

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leather jacket with a silver hoodie. Unfortunately security cameras

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in the shop had stopped filming so the police really want

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help from people who were in the area at around 7:30pm last night

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or earlier in the day Mr Alves has opened the shop up

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today as usual even though he's been so shocked by the robbery,

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but it has made him think twice about security and has made him

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worried his wife working there. Today he said he was still shaking

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from the shock of the ordeal. That's almost 24 hours after his

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ordeal. Parents in Jersey could get more

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time off work after their baby's born, depending on the outcome

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of a consultation. The government's asking for people's

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views on extending statutory There's criticism the island's

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behind the times for not providing

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as much leave as the UK. A picture of quality family time:

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parents and children playing at this But how family-friendly

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are the island's employment rights? The current rights came

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into force just over a year ago, making it compulsory

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for workers to get than in the UK, so do parents

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in Jersey feel it's enough? I don't think it is enough. We

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should have longer maternity leave. It is nice to bond with your

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children. And for dads, as well, to have that bit of time to spend with

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their children and help out with setting a routine and things like

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that. I see lots of people struggling with babies when they are

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only three or four months, it is really sad to see. And some people

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have to get back to work. I think maybe there should be more.

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Now all islanders are being asked for their views

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It's being run by the Employment Forum, an independent group

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who wants to hear from both sides of the fence.

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It will be a balance between individuals who want longer

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time with their babies when they're born, but also with businesses

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who have businesses to run and the cost of having people

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out of a business for any length of time.

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People's views will be gathered over the next three months,

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before the forum puts recommendations to the States.

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It could lead to a law change that sees new parents

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have more time to spend with their babies in future.

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Businesses facing eviction from Guernsey's Fontaine Vinery

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could be relocated to a spot on the West Coast within a year.

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The firms need to move to make way for social housing.

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States Property Services have identified

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But not everyone's happy, as Penny Elderfield reports.

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At one time it was all go on Guernsey's vineries.

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But could a very different industry be about to bring

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Providing a new home for the businesses

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The dozen or so businesses based here at the Fontaine Vinery

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So this entire area can be cleared to make way for housing.

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The question is where should they go.

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This is States Property Services' first choice.

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The Pulias Vinery on Guernsey's West Coast.

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Both needing planning permission before anything can happen.

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But current tenant Ross isn't happy with the plans.

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He wants to stay on States-owned land.

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We need the States to invest in this industry. They have invested in the

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fisherman. We won something similar. We have an ideal spot next to this

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yard that is not being used, that is owned by the States, and they would

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be getting an income on this bit of land.

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Deputy Laurie Queripel got the States

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to agree to look at land they own option

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and he's disappointed they haven't yet.

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The concern that private landlords is they might think, actually, I'm

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not so keen on this and don't want to carry on with it after a year,

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and they might think they want to push the rents up so that would

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cause problems for the businesses, so it would be far better if the

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States did it. If the current plans DO go

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ahead though it's thought and the businesses here moved on

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within the year. For the first time, it's been

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confirmed that the body recovered at Pleinmont by Guernsey Police

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on Christmas Eve is that of missing

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local man Steven Corbet. Mr Corbet was last seen

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getting off a bus The Court heard that in late

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November, a group of young children playing found what was later

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confirmed to be Mr Corbet's body. This afternoon, a Coroner declared

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the cause of the 59-year-old's death Politicians' e-mails leaked to BBC

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Guernsey reveal the 21 Deputies who voted to scrap

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selection at 11 considered writing an open letter to counter

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bad press about the potential The correspondence came ahead

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of a vote of no-confidence in the Education Committee, which is

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due to be debated next week. The proposed letter

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was eventually shelved, seven Deputies put

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their names to a letter asking the members of

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the Education Committee to resign. And finally tonight -

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a seal pup is making a good recovery after being rescued

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from a Jersey beach. Sammy, as she's been named,

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was flown to Guernsey And now a few weeks on,

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although she's still underweight, Mike Wilkins has discovered that

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she's getting her appetite back. Just four weeks old, still severely

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underweight and fighting for its life,

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this seal pup's been named Sammy. She was rescued from Bonne Nuit Bay

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in Jersey a couple of weeks ago. She was flown to Guernsey

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for specialist treatment. And the good news is she's making

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encouraging progress and, as you can see,

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has started eating whole fish! especially after such

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an upsetting end to the year, Hopefully, all being well and good

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we will get her back into the waters of jersey where she belongs. We love

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to see local animal staying in local waters. This is exciting

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development. We have been working together across the islands to help

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woke -- to help local wildlife. If Sammy continues to recover well

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it could be up to six months before she's released

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back into Jersey waters. Sammy, the only creature trying to

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put on weight this New Year! It was an ice scraping morning for most of

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us. David has the weekend forecast. What is going to be like for those

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working in the fields this weekend? Warmer than it has been, but not a

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great deal of wind. Good conditions for getting out into the garden,

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into the fields. Milder this weekend, rather cloudy and generally

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quite quiet. Pressure is still high this week and, above 30 millibars,

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but there is a weather front that has drifted into the more western

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parts of the English Channel and continues to move over us tonight.

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Then becomes stuck and the pattern then is very settled. Rather than

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see a lot of sunshine, what we will end up with probably is a lot of

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cloud trapped underneath that area of high pressure, and it will be

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quite misty tomorrow. It's not going to be called. We might get down into

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single figures, maybe six, seven Celsius, the minimum temperature,

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but tomorrow, it should warm up with temperatures back up in double

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figures. We will see the drizzle fading away into the afternoon. Not

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much in the way of brightness, and some low cloud, becoming quite

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misty, for a time. 10 Celsius the minimum temperature. And the times

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of high water... The westerly winds mean that some beaches will be on

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the choppy side but not to the, two feet at best. And the coastal waters

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forecast... There is a risk of some mist and fog patches and a few spots

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of drizzle which will reduce visibility down to poor at times. On

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Sunday, still light winds and keeping a lot of cloud, on Monday,

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the breeze picks up and later we will see some outbreaks of rain

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arriving. By Tuesday, that weather front will have run through and

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Tuesday will be much brighter but much colder. Have a nice weekend.

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Thank you, David. That's it from the team here and the Channel Islands. I

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will be back with the ten o'clock news. And I will leave you with the

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rest of Spotlight from Justin and Natalie.

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Also still ahead: Learning to read at 86 years old -

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we meet Ursula who's proof that it's never too late.

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I am in the mid Devon town that likes to mark the end of Christmas

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with a couple of colourful characters.

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Let's go to the sport now and the main story this evening

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is Plymouth Argyle's 3rd round FA Cup tie with Liverpool on Sunday,

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where of course they're hoping for a giant killing.

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The players leave for Anfield tomorrow at noon, with most fans

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Andy Birkett is at Home Park for us this evening.

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Hi there. As stadiums go, this one is pretty impressive. It will only

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get better, once they developed that newsstand.

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Here at Home Park you can pack 16k fans in.

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On Sunday, it's going to be a lot different at Anfield -

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a stadium more than three times the size of this one,

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more than 50,000 fans are expected for their 3rd round FA Cup tie

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with Liverpool and most of them will be hoping Argyle lose.

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Then you add the millions of TV viewers all around the world -

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Pressure the team feel they are ready to handle.

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If all our players are at peak form...

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This squad does have belief, and a manager with one thing

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I think that there is that possibility.

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But you have got to go there with that belief and attitude.

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Graham Kerry, who is also a Liverpool fan, is argyle's star

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man and not fazed by performing on the

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Obviously, you will see that, but when the game starts your

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But unless we are competitive, unless we give it a

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good go, you're not really going to enjoy it.

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These games are really for the fans and the club has sold

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Some will be heading up tomorrow, but many others will be travelling

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up in the early hours of Sunday morning.

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But for five lucky supporters they received their tickets

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from striker Paul Arnold Garita who had hidden vouchers around

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Plymouth tweeting clues for them to find them.

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Actually, I walk that way every day to and fro from work because

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I live near by, so I recognised it instantly.

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Five minutes later, there it is, still on my normal

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He made it before me and got the ticket.

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I gather you to have both got tickets already.

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Where going to give it away to a friend that

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obviously can't get one, so they got the opportunity to go to Anfield

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It is good for the club, for the team, for the

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Because it is important everyone can come and it is good

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I was just looking at all the different people and

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seeing whether they were heading in the same direction

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they were going and if I could run past them, if I needed to.

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Matt was the first to collect the ticket from

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the BBC, hoping to give it to a friend of his.

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There was a guy that came about 30 seconds after the

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anti-looked pretty disappointed to not get a ticket, so if he is out

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Yeah, I would like to say thank you to Matt.

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Hopefully, I will see you up in Liverpool.

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was holding it for the other one, so I said I may as well try and get

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Just some good competition in my family, trying to get a ticket.

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Tickets for the big match and a chance to say thank you.

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Now, Arnie, if you can give the Liverpool

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defender is the same runaround on Sunday,

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there will be thousands of

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Well, this is the FA Cup after all...

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It's just a replica, but there's no doubt that Liverpool

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is the place to be this weekend if you're a Pilgrim.

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Whatever happens on Sunday, the club will be more than half

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And who knows, we might have a replay or even a fourth

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Thanks, Andy. I was going to say, last person you switch the lights

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off. But I think that is you, Andy. That will be me, Justin. Lucky he

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doesn't have to pay the electricity bill.

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Now to the story of an 86-year-old who is proof that you're

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When Ursula Sheperd left school in the 1930's she was unable to read

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because she was too shy to ask for help.

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But now she's decided to put that right.

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We spoke to Ursula and her teacher Fiona Prideaux and asked

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She's really keen, really enthusiastic.

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She comes to me once a week and then she practices at home.

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So what has prompted you to want to do this, Ursula?

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Well, I wanted to learn to read so I could learn other

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people to read when I finish reading.

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And why did you wait until you are in your 80s?

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What made you wait that long to learn to read?

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Well, I was very, very nervous, you know, when I was young, you see.

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And Fiona, how do you set about with Ursula and the

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process of learning to read at this age?

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Because I know you deal with people of various ages, but I think

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Ursula is the oldest pupil you have had.

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How have you set about making sure she is able to read?

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Well, we start by learning the sounds of the

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individual letters, so we build up from that and then we learn three

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and four letter words, really simple ones like cat, mat, sat.

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So it is learning to blend the sounds

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together in order to read a whole word and then when she is really

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good at that we are going to move on to learning sounds that have two

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And then learning the words associated with those sounds.

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And so it is a very structured programme

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and we just build slowly and move on when she is confident.

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What would you like to get to, with Fiona's

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Well, I would like to go to a library place and get sort of a

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And I think, Fiona, you have a lesson

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prepared for Ursula, just to show us the progress

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You are going to read just a sentence.

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Well, we wish you well with it and thank you very much

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I think she will prove to be an inspiration. Absolutely. She told me

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she is very fast and netting. -- fast at knitting.

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Time to take your decorations down or risk bad luck, or is it ?

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There's some disagreement as to whether 12th night falls

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The difference in opinion is said to be down to the fact

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that in centuries past, Christmas was deemed to start

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at sunset on Dec 24 and so the 12th night following it was Jan 5.

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Nowadays, people count from Dec 25 itself and so assume

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If you want a fuller explanation there's one on our Facebook page.

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in Bradninch in Devon and John Henderson is there.

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Yes, I am here. You are looking at the Bradninch Miller's Morris men,

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in all their finery, really going for it. We have a musical

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accompaniment. We also have some lanterns. Any ideas about the theme?

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Willy Wonka. The theme is Roald Dahl because it is 100 years since his

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birth. Let's have a look at this. What is that one? Who will enlighten

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me? It is a golden ticket. It took roughly ten hours to make. And what

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does it entitle you to? Sweets for the rest of your life? Let's find

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the mayor in amongst this wrong. Liz Taylor, good evening. Looking very

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nice. What is this all about? This is a great community event in

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Bradninch where we celebrate the end of the last year and the bringing in

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of the New Year. How long has it been going? It is quite a recent

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event. Probably the start of the century. And the point is that

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people bring their Christmas trees. Is that right? Indeed. Everybody

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brings their trees and we have a big bonfire and burn them all up. You

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had a very important job to do. You go and do that. Let's have a chat

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with Mike. How has it gone tonight? It was excellent. Really good. Great

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fun. So tell me how it works. It starts at both ends of the town, led

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by the two giants, we get our peer, had a bit of a dance, and then we go

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down the football fields where we have the bonfire. Right. The

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is in position, if I could just dash is in position, if I could just dash

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across you here. I think he is ready to do the honours. All, he may

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make... Thank you very much for coming this evening. I would like to

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lend my thanks to the organisers. All the best. As with tradition, I

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will now signal the end of the last year by throwing the tree over the

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balcony and welcoming in 2017. Happy New Year to everyone in Bradninch.

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CHEERING Fantastic. There you go. Carefully

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missing me. I am told that there are more entertainment in the pub

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nearby, including some dancing. I am of their now for a glass of

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lemonade, a packet of crisps, and a front-page seat. OK, John. Thank you

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very much. Crikey, that was close, that tree. It is time for the

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weather. Hello. Good evening. I will speak

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about December in a minute, but first, the week ahead. It is quiet

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and cold and also misty. We have had some questions about the fact that

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it has been quite dry for the last six or seven weeks and when you look

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at the figures, they show the picture quite well. The rainfall for

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December was only 42% of what we normally expect to see. The seventh

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driest December on record and the records go back to 1910. How does

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that affect the reservoir levels? They are down quite a bit. They are

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65% full. Last year, they were 92% full. So quite a big difference. We

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have had some relatively dry weather. Through the Ottoman into

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the start of the new year. That has changed today. We have had some

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patchy drizzle and that sticks with as overnight and I. Slowly moving

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out of the way. Once that process is underway, we are left with an area

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of high pressure, but all of that cloud trapped underneath it, so not

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much promise of a great deal of sunshine this weekend. It is high

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pressure but it is a cloudy high. Lots of cloud and mist and low cloud

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and fog and hail fog and little change as we move into Sunday as

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well. The rain that has been coming in today has been patchy and light,

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but it is gradually moving through this evening and through the night

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to come. It has introduced a lot of low cloud. The fog will become more

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extensive and lower through the night and into the day tomorrow. So

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it will be a mild night. The drizzle will fade away. We will be left with

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an awful lot of cloud and overnight temperatures much higher than they

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have been. 7-10 is obvious. A drizzly start to the day tomorrow.

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-- Celsius. Temperatures back up into double figures tomorrow. We

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have not seen those for a while. 10-11th of years. Similar for the

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Isles of Scilly. Here are the times of high water. Most of the beaches

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are likely to be choppy. The wind coming in from the west. Finally,

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the winds are westerly for the coastal forecast. Have a nice

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weekend. Back to you. Thank you very much, David. Good luck to Plymouth

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Argyll. We will have the reaction on Monday. We leave you with some of

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those 12 night celebrations in Bradninch. Good night. Goodbye.

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