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Welcome to BBC Channel Islands. so it's goodbye from me

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These are Thursday's headlines: Living a lie to survive -

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Jersey Live has closed, but could another festival return? I think it

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is a shame for younger people. the remarkable story of one woman

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who outwitted the Nazis. Plus come ice or snow, day or night,

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the team showing true grit, And I will have the

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weather forecast. After 13 years and tens

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of thousands of visitors, Organisers Warren Le Sueur

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and Warren Holt say they both want to pursue separate projects,

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but it has emerged they haven't cancelled their booking

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at the Trinity Showground. So is this really the end

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for Jersey's biggest music festival? To modern soul singers

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like John Newman. Jersey Live has featured

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a number of big-name acts. But last year ticket sales were down

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and today it has been announced that the festival

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won't be returning. There is not much to do for our

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youngsters, so I think it is quite bad. They will miss out on money and

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tourism. It is a disappointment. It is a great way to end the summer. I

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think it's a shame. It's a bit devastating for people under 18

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because it's obviously there main event of the year. But I think it

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was dying out a bit anyway. But I think it was dying

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out a bit anyway. It is not just those

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who are already famous that found It also provided a welcome

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boost to local talent. Growing up, it was something to

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aspire to. Going and seeing it, it is different to other festivals. It

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was a very real prospect. Jersey Live has been held here at the

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Trinity showground for more than a decade. It usually takes place the

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first weekend in September. Despite the announcement today, the festival

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organisers have asked them to keep those dates reserved. There is no

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place I would rather be. And with both organisers

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saying they are hoping to pursue separate projects,

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tourism bosses don't think we'll I wouldn't be surprised if something

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equally as exciting came along in the future. Both Warrens are very

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innovative. Other people are interested in staying something --

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staging something. So watch this spot.

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So we might have seen the last of Jersey Live.

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But it might not be the end of music festivals here in Trinity.

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Businessmen in Sark have met with a senior Guernsey politician

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to discuss how the two islands can work more closely together.

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Tourism, transport links and visitor numbers were high

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on the agenda, as the President of Guernsey's Economic

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Development Committee, Deputy Peter Ferbrache met

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with the Chamber of Commerce to look at ways in which the islands could

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Guernsey Police are applying for planning permission to increase

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security at their Headquarters in St Peter Port.

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It follows an incident last year in which a member of the public

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drove into the courtyard of the headquarters and damaged

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If approved, it will see the front iron gate fitted

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with electrical motors, so authorised vehicles can enter

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using either an intercom or mounted gate control buttons.

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Tomorrow, Britain marks Holocaust Memorial Day,

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to remember the six million Jewish men, women and children who died

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at the hands of the Nazis during the Second World War.

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And being Jewish in the Channel Islands during the occupation also

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meant misery, deportation, and for three women in Guernsey,

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But now, after more than 70 years, we can reveal a Jewish woman hid

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in plain sight from the Nazis, concealing her religion

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And it has been discovered she could have been in love

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with a man responsible for drafting some of the island's

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Miriam Jay lived in Guernsey during its occupation,

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and during those five long years she kept a remarkable secret

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She lived here, in St Peter Port for some of the war.

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If discovered, Miriam would have at the very least faced imprisonment

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This man has researched how she managed to go

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Miriam would know these laws would be applying

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to her and although she never said she was a Jew she knew

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if she got caught she would be in serious trouble.

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If she was uncovered, Miriam may have been deported

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But Miriam may have had someone looking out for her.

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Advocate George Ridgway lived with her during the occupation.

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Richard Heaume believes they could have been

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romantically involved, and that put the lawyer

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As Solicitor-General in the island's States he was involved in passing

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some of the very laws Miriam would have feared as a Jew.

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He had to register them with the royal court before

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the Jurats of the day, he was charged alone with presenting

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the orders for registration by the Jurats so he had a bit

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And when advocate Ridgway died in 1942 it was Miriam Jay

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who was one of the lead mourners at his funeral.

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Despite his death, she went on to survive the occupation

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At her grave, Miriam's great nephew explains how he feels

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Sadness that we will never know the true story, pride

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I know that there were very few Jews that survived Guernsey,

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that once they were discovered to be Jewish they were either packed off

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And this story of survival is one that's resonated with the leader

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of the Channel Island's small Jewish community.

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proud to hear that this Advocate Ridgway by his own silence

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saved this woman's life, and I think some recognition

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needs to be made of this shall we say inaction,

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And if the connection between this Jewish woman

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and a Guernsey lawyer is proven, I'm told efforts might be made

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to have Advocate Ridgway honoured by the State of Israel.

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If you have had to wear a few more layers recently or if you've had

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to scrape ice off your car windscreen, you will have

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probably noticed it's been a bit frosty lately.

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The gritters have been out in force to tackle the icy conditions,

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and Luxmy Gopal joined the team early this morning.

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MUSIC: Theme from 2001: A Space Odyssey.

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This is one of the teams out to battle against

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Jersey's gritters have had a busy few days of making our roads safer.

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We can get a call at any time, day or night, one of the managers

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will say come in at 4, 5 o clock, get the vehicles

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ready, and we'll head straight out on the roads.

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This morning, Jersey's roads weren't as icy as they have been recently.

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But this is what they looked like a mere four years ago.

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When we had the heavy snow a few years ago,

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we were doing 12 hours shifts on and off, it got a bit

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tiring but we did the job, so it's just one of them,

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have a cup of coffee, get a nice thick coat on and off we go.

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And if we get that snowfall again, Jersey is stocked up ready.

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We use it through our winter months for de-icing,

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for the frost which we have had recently in the past few days,

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The infrastructure team has been reduced since the snow of 2013,

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so if it happens again, other departments

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But who knows if we will see those conditions again soon.

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I've only ever seen that once before in my lifetime,

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But, come snow or ice, day or night, Bob's team will be out

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and about showing true grit in protecting the island's roads.

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Finally, Guernsey motor racing driver Andy Priaulx is hopeful

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of helping his team to victory at a 24 hour race in

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Andy has competed at the Rolex 24 in different classes previously,

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but this time will be teaming up with Harry Tincknell

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Priaulx's team Ford has four cars in the event,

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Well, it looks like there will be a few less early morning

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We have some milder weather on its way. With that, some cloud and rain

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to come tomorrow as well. Bitterly cold today. The winds gradually ease

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through tomorrow. Still quite windy for a time tonight. South-easterly

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winds are bringing in cold air from the continent. As the weather front

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pushes closer from the West, the rain may initially turn a little bit

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sleety. That will quickly turn to rain on and off for most of the day.

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The wind is still with us for a time. Easing on Friday night.

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Saturday, south-westerly winds head and were way. Bringing some mild a.

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A few showers possible coming through on the breeze. Generally dry

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and bright. Sunday, or change again. We continue with the milder flow of

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the right across the weekend. Today, we have had pretty good clearance

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under the cloud. Despite the sunshine, it has felt extra cold.

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The breeze continuing through tonight, but I think there is still

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a chance of a touch of ground frost locally with temperatures down to

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around 2 degrees at their lowest. Cold start tomorrow. Some brightness

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initially. Possibly some sleet for a time at first. Generally, we are

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looking at rain on and off. The wind is still brisker times. Here are the

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times of high water. And the conditions for surfers. Now the

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coastal waters. We have some sunshine for a time on Saturday.

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Cloud and rain to come on Sunday. Looking milder after tomorrow.

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Nice to see we are going into double figures for the weekend!

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We will bring you the very latest on the top stories at 10:25pm.

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Until then, from me and the rest of the Channel Islands team,

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so, there you go, Exeter. That is the competition.

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Now to the anniversary of a disaster in South Devon which washed

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Welcome to St Michael's Church in Stokenham near Kingsbridge.

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A special service of commemoration is currently underway here tonight

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to remember the events on this day 100 years ago which all

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but destroyed the coastal village of Hallsands just a few miles

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A violent storm washed away homes which had been left increasingly

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vulnerable after years of dredging off the coast nearby.

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The event is part of the history of this area but it has remarkable

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similarities with the modern day dilemma about how much money and

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time to spend protecting our coastal communities. Tonight we will look at

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that modern day battle and reflect on the events of 1917. First, John

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Henderson has looked at how today's anniversary has been commemorated.

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Retracing family footsteps. My grandmother had to do this in the

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gale thunderstorms. With all her family. I felt today I should do it

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as well on her behalf. And I'm wearing herring gauge mirroring! The

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remembrance walk started just above the ruins of the lost village. There

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are two cottages left. This was purchased many years ago over ?20

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and is now used as a Fairweather holiday home. Oh we pay council tax!

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?1200 a year, I think. Not much rubbish collection down here! This

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plaque was officially unveiled. 100 years ago there was no loss of life

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and nobody was injured. So please can we repeat that feat as we walk!

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The Lord Lieutenant was among those making the mile and a half track

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across the rugged coastline. This place is an example of what happens

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when nature overtakes what humans have done. I think that is an

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interesting lesson and a difficult one for the people down here. 50

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people made the hike for one historic moment.

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So how did almost an entire village vanish into the sea?

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Well, on this day in 1917 spring tides and a strong easterly gale

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combined to overcome defences which had already been weakened.

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Many in the area had long argued that dredging off the coast

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of Hallsands had left the village at risk.

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John Ayres has looking back at the events of 100 years ago.

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We're used to the sea and the storms causing huge damage, but the scale

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Against the wishes of the villagers, the beach below was

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dredged as the Admiralty was expanding the naval dockyard.

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This left the village exposed and the

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Tim Lynn descends from a well-known fishing family based here.

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Just can't imagine what that must have been...

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The storms here must have been horrendous.

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In this day and age there'd be a big rescue and

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everybody would be rushing here, but then we just

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Eventually the villagers were compensated, but many felt it wasn't

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This gable end here, that belonged to the Mitchell's house.

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Four generations of Roger Stone's family were born at Hallsands.

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There was a pub, there was a London In.

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There was a pub, there was a London Inn.

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I think it was first opened in the late 1700s.

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There was a shop owned by two sisters, which

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And in its heyday there was a blacksmith's shop

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Eventually everyone left, except for one brother and sister.

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ANNOUNCER: In the only house in old Hallsands, John and

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And in his workshop, old John, now 82, still makes models of the

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three-masted schooners in which he spent his boyhood.

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And that model boat is still around today.

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That was built by Lisanne's brother at the end of the garden, in

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And all carved out of a pocket knife and bits of

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Which, when you see it, it's absolutely fantastic.

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ANNOUNCER: 60 years ago, this was this was a village - warm

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and alive with folk who had their roots here.

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Today it is deserted but for one person, the last inhabitant

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Today, nearly 80 and still refusing to give

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way to the irresistible advance of the

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sea, Elizabeth continues to live her strange but full life.

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And that lady's granddaughter is still in the area.

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Elizabeth Lee lived there with her grandmother when she was very

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We just remember playing among the ruins.

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You know, you played among the ruins, probably

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We played down there and on the beach and went

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These days local schoolchildren are being taught about that eventful

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storm and what life was like the sum of their ancestors.

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It's kind of quite sad thinking that people lived there

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and now there's nothing really there.

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I find it really interesting, because I get to know what actually

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Many descendants of the original Hallsands

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families still live locally, and

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they are keeping the legend of the old village very much alive.

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Well, many feel the village is still as vulnerable today.

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The last big storm was in 2014, when many of the village's

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There's a campaign to get the authorities to change

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the official policy, which is to let nature

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take its course and not invest any more money

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Sophie Pierce been to take a look at the challenges

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These defences are all that protect Hallsands from the sea.

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They were repaired by villagers at their own

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expense in 2014, and they have recently paid for more.

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They are unhappy the village is being left exposed, unlike

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Two years ago, the then Government minister Oliver Letwin visited

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I think what I need to do is have conversations with the Environment

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Agency about that, because I found in my own constituency there

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was a time when there were parts of my constituency which were

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The residents didn't find that a very attractive proposition,

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we changed that, and I think we probably need to find a

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A few months later villagers learned that nothing had changed and

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The shoreline management plan says that there's

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nothing worth saving in this village - we beg to differ.

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You can't just say to some people, your houses

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are going to fall in the sea and there's nothing were going to

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We pay our council tax and our national taxes the same

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While the authorities are sympathetic, they say

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Do we spend ?1 million protecting the coast here or

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do we spend that ?1 million protecting adult services, special

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educational needs, youth clubs, libraries, mending the roads?

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It's a balance and unfortunately it is not

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an infinite pot of money and we have to make priorities.

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As it happens there is more shingle on the beach today than there has

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been for many years, and it acts as a natural defence.

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Some in the village now feel that keep campaigning is a

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waste of effort, as the authorities are unlikely to change their minds.

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Well, as I mentioned, a service of remembrance is taking place

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here tonight in Stokenham, just a few miles form Hallsands.

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Descendents of those who lived in the village have joined today's

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residents and others from the surrounding area

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to remember the events of 100 years ago.

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Among them is internationally renowned musician Damon Albarn,

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I asked him about his connections with Hallsands.

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I think late '94 decided I wanted to buy something by the sea.

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And there was this place that looked kind of interesting side just came

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down here and fell in love with it straightaway.

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And how much of an inspiration has it been to you as a

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musician, as a songwriter, over the years?

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You've got the hills, you've got the moors.

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It's the place I go to think, and swim.

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And what about the disaster itself, 100 years ago?

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I was always kind of looking like, what's that

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Went out in the dinghy or whatever into the bay

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I started reading up about it and, you know, the whole...

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The drama of it and the fact that the

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descendants then moved just a little bit round the corner to

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Yeah, it just seemed like it was such a nightmarish night.

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How do you feel about the vulnerability of

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The whole of this coast is in a constant state of erosion.

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Obviously, you have explained the story of why Hallsands fell

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Sometimes, if I don't come down here for, like, six months,

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I always imagine what life must have been like for

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everyone in these villages, before roads.

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And, briefly, what does it mean to be

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here tonight, to join the community for this commemoration?

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I thought about it, it inspired me so much.

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I feel like I want to be part of this, you know?

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Yeah, I'm connected, so that's why I'm here.

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Damon Albarn, thank you very much indeed for talking to us.

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course and destruction and weather conditions. What was it like 100

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years ago? It was dry, it was cold but it was incredibly windy. We had

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winds today around 30 to 40 mph. On this night 100 years ago they had

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winds of 70 to 80 miles an hour. But also exceptionally high tides. It is

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the two combined the release smashed into the village. Most of the year

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it is well protected from the wind from the south-west. It's unusual to

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see an easterly gale and one that was quite so strong. What about

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tonight's forecast? The cold is still with us but that

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is about to change as we start to warm up heading to the weekend.

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Let's start with a summary of tomorrow's forecast. It's going to

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be less windy, perhaps feeling less cold as well. But there is a chance

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for patchy rain. That slowly creeping in from the Atlantic. It's

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the first real change for us to get less cold. There is the satellite

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picture. You conceive how the cloud is building, that will make its way

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towards us eventually. At the moment we're still the influence of high

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pressure. If we run the sequence, you can see how the web front

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approaches from the West. By the morning that could reduce outbreaks

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of rain across Cornwall. The rest of us not faring too badly. By Saturday

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low-pressure is taking charge. Atlantic air has made its way in and

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it is a similar setup on Sunday. Sunday looks like it will be rather

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cloudy but at least the temperatures are on the rise. A closer look at

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that picture shows us the clouds today which made it feel very cold

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and grey. There was some late sunshine and is now a good deal of

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clear sky. Tonight's forecast is for it to remain breezy and clear, the

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exception being the far west of Cornwall where we will see patchy

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light rain. Night-time temperatures probably getting to freezing

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overnight tonight. Tomorrow we have a blustery day and patchy rain

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coming from the West. More rain coming from the south. By the end of

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the day it is milder and also cloudy with patchy rain. Temperatures

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finally getting up to double figures. That's the forecast for the

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Isles of Scilly. Patchy rain and not as windy. That's the times of high

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water. Some big waves as well for the surfers. The winds from the

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South slowly veering south-westerly. Patchy rain coming in eventually.

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Outlook for the weekend is for it to get a lot less cold, temperatures

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back into double figures, and patchy rain around on Saturday and Sunday.

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Have a good evening. And that is it for tonight, on the

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day that the 100th anniversary of the destruction of Hallsands.

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Einstein replaced Newton's theory of universal gravitation

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with a more accurate theory - general relativity.

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So, why's my apple falling? Well, it's not.

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It is the ground that accelerates up to meet the apple.

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So that's why the chair that I'm sitting on now

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that actually feels as if it's accelerating up

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It's really changed my relationship with this chair. Mm-hm.

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The FA People's Cup - a free five-a-side tournament

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