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Welcome to BBC Channel Islands on Friday, February 10th.

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Here are tonight's headlines: Children's Services sees a big

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increase in the number of calls about vulnerable youngsters,

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The alternative to being locked up, how electronic tags could cut the

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number of prisoners. My caseload is quite high at the moment so there is

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a need to prioritise at the moment but that is the case no matter how

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many cases you out. And Huanying, a special message

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for young visitors forging a special Electronic tagging is being

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considered in Guernsey It's thought it could help reduce

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the numbers of people in custody, particularly those

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on short sentences. It's one idea mentioned

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in a new prison report which looks at some of the changes over the past

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year, as Penny Elderfield explains. The start of another

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day at Guernsey prison. I've been here for 18

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months, it's not too bad. You wouldn't choose to be here,

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it's hard emotionally and mentally. I've focused on what I'm

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going to do when I leave, and how this might be a change

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in my life. Michael's one of around

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90 prisoners here. And whilst focusing on how

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he could change, there've been quite New security measures,

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training opportunities and now this. This is the new wing area that we

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were talking about. This new female wing

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is the latest development. We had an external inspection that

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said we needed to separate the female to male areas that is exactly

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what we have done. Even though the numbers are low this wing will hold

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six women and it will safeguard if the numbers ever-increasing gang.

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Generally the number of prisoners is down.

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Around 30%, in fact, on 2012 figures.

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And the Prison Governor does have a plan to cut that further.

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Electronic tagging, allowing people to serve their sentences

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It's widely used in other jurisdictions for low-risk prisoners

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Imprisonment is very expensive and you have to question the benefit of

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that to the island if someone is sent here for a very short time.

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So it gives an alternative, should the courts wish to use it.

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It's a change Home Affairs will consider to help reduce

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Although realistically it'll take more than just

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A lot of people come and you won't see them again.

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Sometimes it's for people's life experience to bring

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about that change rather than the prison itself.

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Meanwhile, a report into conditions at Jersey's prison says its taking

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too long to repatriate prisoners who aren't originally

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The prison board of visitors highlights the case

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of an 18-year-old from the UK who's been an inmate at La Moye

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for more than a year without a single visitor.

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The board says the UK must comply with its obligations to take

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A 55-year-old man from Jersey who admitted posting a highly

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offensive comment on Facebook about Syrian refugees

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Dale Minikin from St Peter was sentenced

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An online discussion on Facebook page centred on a play at the Jersey

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arts Centre featuring Syrian refugees. There were a number of

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posts but the short comment from Dale Minikin was singled out by the

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police because it suggested violence against the cast members. It

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accepted that he had no of violence against the cast members but the

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magistrate called to delete -- fleeting moment of stupidity but he

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should've realised it was grossly offensive and could have encouraged

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violence by others. Jersey's Children's Services

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has seen a big increase Last November, 244 cases

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were reported to the department responsible for protecting

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vulnerable children. That figure is double

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the monthly average. Usually this department sees around

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100 children a month who may need protection,

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but the end of last year saw what officials are calling

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an unprecedented rise in calls. It may well be that there's been

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an increase due to the white ribbon campaign that ran in November

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about awareness Other things as well,

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we had some other risk assessments that we were doing,

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and we were also doing some assessments of children with quite

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complex needs so a few factors but hard to pin it

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on one particular thing. And the rise has also been noticed

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this children's charity. We have children from all different

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aspects, from the Bosdet Foundation through social services

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and children's services and other I think we had a 20-30%

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increase last summer, and Christmas again there

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was another increase so it's definitely been increasing

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as the months have gone on, To cope with the demand

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at Children's Services, social Plus the department is looking

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to recruit another 20 professionals. But this is during a national

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shortage of social workers. My caseload is quite high

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at the moment, so there is that need to prioritise but that's the case no

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matter how many cases you have. And we're fortunate to work

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in a profession where people It's also hoped a social work degree

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will become available in the island. And ?6 million will be injected

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into the department this year. But officials admit coping

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with such a high number The club at the centre

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of a dispute in women's football in the Channel Islands has written

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to the Jersey and Guernsey Football Associations to try to get this

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year's Muratti re-instated. The 2017 match between the two

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islands was cancelled because the Guernsey FA couldn't

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convince enough women to register. Many of the top players represent

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Ormer Ladies in the UK. But now 18 Ormer players have agreed

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also to sign for Guernsey-based clubs Sylvans and Rovers,

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making them eligible If the GFA accept their applications

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and I can't see any reason why they would not want to, then they are

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eligible to play I believe unless the rules have been changed, so

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hopefully the issue that they raised on Wednesday we have gone some way

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to solving. You're watching the BBC

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in the Channel Islands. Later in Spotlight

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with Justin and Natalie: The amateur actors from Devon

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nominated for a prestigious film 150 students from China

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are in Jersey for their annual As well as joining in lessons

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and visiting historical sites the Beijing visitors

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are here for the formal opening of the Confucius Classroom

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where Jersey students can now learn I want everyone to come

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up with four moves. Confucius said all men's

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natures are alike, and in this drama class it certainly

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doesn't seem to matter the students In fact, for one student,

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the island's differences don't lie The air off the sea

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is really fresh and I think I can't watch the

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scenery in Beijing. Staff hope by sharing their lessons

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with their Beijing guests Hautlieu's students will be better at forming

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relationships with new people And pupils admit they could learn

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a few things from their visitors. They actually work a lot harder

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than English people. It sounds bad to say

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but they would go to school really early in the morning and then come

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home at like five o'clock at night whereas we finish

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school at, like, 3.20pm. Hautlieu are hoping to impart

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at least a little of that work ethic For the first time they're offering

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Mandarin as part of the curriculum. There's a whole stack

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of neurological evidence that tells us that learning completely

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new languages really works parts of brain that we can neglect

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if we're not busy and engaged in those sort of

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intellectual challenges. There's something really beautiful

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about Mandarin as a language. The way the characters are formed

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and presented and I think it's And it won't be long before

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the Hautlieu students get the chance to test out their new skills,

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they'll be visiting What a great way to learn a

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language. The entrepreneur behind

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a new airline connecting Alderney to Jersey and Cherbourg has

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pledged his commitment to making Air Alderney Limited is the States

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of Alderney's preferred bidder Director Julian Storey

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believes he can succeed It is going to be Alderney -based

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and for the people of alternate. Initially we will do routes to

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Jersey and Cherbourg and we would maybe like to expand on that in the

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future if we can make those roots work. We will have two aircraft

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based on the island and crew based on the island and eventually we hope

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to have an line maintenance capability based on the island.

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The temperature's falling again and the wind is feeling quite

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biting, but will any snow be on the cards?

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Thank you. Hello. Good evening, it is cold enough for most of us today

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and even colder tomorrow but there is a hint of even less cold air

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arriving next week. We have to be patient. This weekend will be cloudy

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at times and it will feel cold and wintry showers and a very low chance

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I think of some of those showers giving any appreciable sloth --

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snow. They will most likely be rain and sleet on Saturday and Sunday.

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The detailed forecast has an area of low pressure of Spain and Portugal.

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There is pretty awful weather in Spain and Portugal. The high

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pressure to the north of us means an easterly flow which will not change

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in the next 24 hours and if anything on Sunday the winds are even

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stronger. The wind chill will make it feel even colder and then on

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Monday and Tuesday of next week we draw a pair from a different

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direction, coming from Spain and Portugal it is warm and it will

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eventually get our temperatures back up to double figures. Saturday and

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Sunday are pretty raw with the easterly wind staying with us and

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the temperatures for us and across a good part of France. Showers are

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possible and as we have seen today and this evening there a showers

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around tonight with temperatures down to just one sole risk of frost

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and icy patches in the morning. Tomorrow is a predominantly cloudy

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day with a few showers, especially in the morning and the afternoon.

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Some of those could be sleet or snow and three degrees is the top

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temperature. A keen wind will make it feel bitterly cold. Anywhere

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exposed to the breeze will be choppy and the winds are from the north and

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the north-east. Wintry showers with moderate visibility. By Sunday the

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easterly wind is still with us but slightly less cold air as we move

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into next week. Have a nice weekend. The weekend looks chilly. That is it

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from us here in the Channel Islands. If you missed anything you can watch

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the programme on the iPlayer. We will be back at ten 20 5pm and I

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were leaving now with the rest of spotlight.

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And this is how cold it is going to get tonight,

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Also, more cloud coming in from the east.

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The Devon composer who wrote the music to one

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of the most watched - and poignant films in the country

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has today been back to the Teignmouth School that helped

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Laura Rossi was asked to compose the soundtrack

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to the Imperial War Museum's film, The Battle of the Somme.

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She's been holding workshops with music students to help them

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understand the film ahead of performances with a live symphony

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After its release in 1916, The Battle Of The Somme quickly became a

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must see film. It remains the biggest box office success, it was

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seen by over half the population, and in the first six weeks it was

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seen by nearly 20 million people. It was a box office record which wasn't

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beaten until Star Wars in 1977. Just over 100 years on, it is as relevant

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today as ever. Over an hour and a quarter of life on the front before

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and after battle. This film was before censorship came in, so it is

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the only footage of the British dead and wounded to this day. We still

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don't see any at all. I actually went to the school long time ago, so

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I'm from Teignmouth. It is really great to be back. Ten years ago,

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Laura was commissioned by the Imperial War Museum to score the

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film for its 90th anniversary. A year after its Centenary, it is now

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being screened 100 times around the country. The film screenings are in

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partnership with the Imperial War Museum, through the First World War

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Centenary partnership. Today, Laura was back at her old school, having a

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workshop with people. Sometimes, they might have been in a more

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high-spirited moment. It isn't necessary because it's the war that

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you want to write something very does present. You want to fit the

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scenes, and when I was scoring this, there are busy some winded, but in

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this team they seem quite happy. So let us think how we can relate that

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-- there are obviously some winded. I was convinced that I'd found my

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relative who was injured in the Somme, and the War Museum says that

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they are inundated people thinking it is him, but it is probably not

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him, so I'll keep looking. Will be a chance people into mass on Sunday to

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see a screening of the film and here it with the orchestra at Exeter

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Cathedral tomorrow evening. In the cathedral, be absolutely wonderful.

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You have the have the acoustic, the space and that whole idea of course

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with the Cathedral itself. And when this film was originally made. I

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think the music at a tremendous amount. With many people watching

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the film and perhaps going away from its thinking what it was about.

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Though often remember they were moved by piece of music that appears

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and is suitable for the picture didn't. -- for the picture it is in.

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There are performances of the Battle of the Somme film with live music

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at Exeter Cathedral tomorrow and Teignmouth Pavilions on Sunday.

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It's time for the sport now, and Andy's been going to great

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lengths and heights to find out about this weekend's Devon derby.

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Some people are calling this game the biggest match ever played

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between Plymouth Argyle and Exeter City.

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It's no surprise to hear it's another sell-out at Home Park

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with around 15,000 fans expected tomorrow.

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Local bragging are always at stake when these arch rivals meet,

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but with both sides in the top four of League Two, they're vying

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for something far more valuable in the long

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And both were playing their cards very close to their chests.

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Well, you can tell this is a big game.

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We're not even allowed to see Plymouth Argyle training.

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And it's not just Argyle: Exeter City have been just as cagey.

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And they're the form team in the whole of the country,

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12 games unbeaten, seven wins in a row and a player whose form

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in front of goal has seen him break a record that stood at the club

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I didn't know until I'd equalled it, you know, what the record was.

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So, yeah, there was a bit of pressure before

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But yeah, it strange pressure, because, you know, you can't

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Despite five goals in five wins in January, it was his team-mate

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Ollie Watkins who is named league two Player of the Month.

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Yeah, some of the lads give him a bit of stick, but no,

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Loads of assists and a couple of goals.

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So I don't begrudge him, but I think scoring every game in a month,

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It shows you how well we've done the last month.

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Good form in January, great, but it's about

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And we're all focused on getting to the end of the season

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The end of the season, the chance to relax.

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Well, the Argyle squad couldn't wait that long and jetted off to Spain

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His plan was a bit different to the one you would think,

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so it was a lot of training up there.

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Just nice to train in warm weather, really.

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So does the form Exeter's players are showing at the moment hold any

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They're not looking as dangerous as us.

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You know, we've got, you know, a lot of dangerous players,

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We're obviously ahead of them in the league for a reason.

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You know, we'll have to be playing at it some more.

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-- we will have to be banging at it tomorrow.

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Neither side giving too much away here.

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For Argyle, they'll be hoping 13 is unlucky for Exeter

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is the Grecians look to extend their unbeaten run.

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For Exeter, they'll be hoping Argyle are still in Siesta

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It's good to see you starting to branch out with your reporting. I

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think we'll have to move on quickly from that!

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Exeter Chiefs' Jack Nowell and Tomas Francis will line up

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against each other tomorrow when England take on Wales

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in Cardiff, in round two of the Six Nations.

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The 23-year-old Cornishman will be hoping to add to his nine

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international tries when he replaces Jonny May on the wing.

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While Francis has also been called up to the Welsh starting line-up.

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On Sunday, their club team-mates are back in Premiership action

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The Chiefs beat them the last time the two sides met at Sandy Park

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in the Premiership semifinal and with Wasps providing five

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of the England squad, it looks like a good time to play

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You know, you can't run away from it, they've got a few

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But I think regardless of that, everyone's where they've got

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You know, they've got numerous international

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So it'll be a tough game whatever happens.

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That match kicks off at one o'clock on Sunday and Radio Devon will have

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It's a rest weekend for the Championship,

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but Plymouth Albion are back at the Brickfields -

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Finally, our south-west sports personality of the year is one of

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five gold medal winners from Rio to be named in England team for the

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upcoming tour to South Africa. In four Riaz, hopefully another gold

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medal. Thank you very much, Andy. I hope you filled in a health and

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safety form when he climbed the tree. I'm going to take myself back

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a few years at home and play hide and seek. Thanks, Andy.

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A film self-funded by a group of amateur actors from Torbay has

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been short listed for a film festival in Los Angeles.

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It's about the life of Mordred - the illegitimate son of King Arthur.

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It's been filmed at locations around the South West

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Spotlight's Janine Jansen has the story.

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One day my father will rule these lands, as well I. Who needs a

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multi-million pound budget? This group of South Devon amateur actors

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had a dream and just ?3000. And to act as he would, not to make your

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own rules. What am I supposed to do now? Dan Leavy has now impressed

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Hollywood. Mordred is short listed for a film festival in Los Angeles

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-- their film has now impressed. You don't have to look hard to see it

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was filmed entirely on location in Devon and Cornwall. I play

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Guinevere, and basically when Mordred arrives, I don't trust him

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at all and I have a bad feeling about him. I can't put my finger on

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it. But I feel like he's going to be a danger. His idea of what's right

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isn't necessarily the same as one as's. He sees it black and white,

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whilst they will see the shades of grey. With no grant funding, the

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South Devon players didn't give up. Through blood sweat and tears,

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panicking, we have done car-boot sales, jumble sales, crowdfunds.

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Some of us did a burlesque night, including Mordred. With such a tight

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budget, everyone mucks in. One of the most brutal characters also had

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the job of teaching his colleagues how to fight. How hard is it to drum

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fight? Did it come quite naturally? fight? Did it come quite naturally?

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I think for a lot of people it came naturally. I think everyone was

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enjoying it, they were having a good time. They're already psyched up

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anyway. It was a very brutal style of fighting, so, you know, a lot of

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shield grubs and kicks and very sort of violent stuff. It's going to look

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very impressive in the film. Could the Southwest's answer to Game Of

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Throwing take these budding actors all the way to the top? -- Game of

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Thrones. A lot of violence, and that's just in the studio! A very

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chilly weekend. It is cold outside. You need to

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cuddle up this weekend because there is a very cold easterly wind and low

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temperatures, some of the coldest it has felt so far this winter. Very

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chilly. There will be a breeze, and wintry showers around. So those will

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leave some snow over high ground. At the moment, we have high-pressure --

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low pressure over Spain and Portugal, dreadful weather.

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High-pressure to the north, easterly High-pressure to the north, easterly

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winds. One weather front trapped in the flow. It has the can of cloud to

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produce snow showers at the moment. They're coming through central parts

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of Britain and will travel towards us by the end of the night. The risk

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of a few flurries in the wind, certainly for Dorset and Somerset.

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By Sunday, the wind is stronger. A similar setup, with a lot of cloud

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and potentially more wintry showers, too. We continue to see some pretty

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low temperatures over the next couple of days. We can is definitely

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a cold one. There are showers and more cloud coming in from the east.

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In the second half of the night. Some clear skies, and certainly

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frost possible. This was earlier today on the south coast of

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Cornwall. Call having some of the best of them join today, will hazy

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in places. There is quite thick haze, so reduced visibility because

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of that. For all of us, it is the wind that makes it feel bitterly

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cold. It will be with us on Saturday and Sunday. The holes you saw in the

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cloud are already out there, and that means many of us tonight that

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temperatures will fall very quickly indeed. Possibly as low as -2, if

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not -3 overnight tonight. For all of us, bitterly cold, in places rusty

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start to the day. If you are on the terraces watching that important

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football match, need to wrap up warmly -- frosty start. The showers

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falling readily as sleet and certainly over high ground, falling

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as snow. The amount is likely to be small, but you will notice what is

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falling out of the sky. Temperatures no more than three or four degrees.

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If you add wind strength, it will feel a lot colder than that. That is

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the forecast for the Isles of Scilly. A cold wind and wintry

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showers, quite blustery wind across the island here. Times of high

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water, here they are for ports and harbours. Portland at 6:47am,

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Penzance at 440 7p. If you're brave enough to be at the the show this of

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year, these are the temperatures. That us look at the coastal waters

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forecast, pretty lively winds. From the East and North East, Force 5-6.

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A few showers around, Margaret visibility. There is thick haze at

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sea at the moment. It is the wind direction that dictate our

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temperature as we move through the next few days. This is Tuesday.

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You'll notice we have changed the colour. It has been very blue over

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the last couple of days. By Tuesday, there is some yellow. Those at high

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temperatures, temperatures in double figures. You'll notice that the far

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south-west of England has some as well. Be patient, because will lose

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the court, it will warm up eventually. It may take all the way

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through to the middle of next week before we get some appreciable

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sunshine and higher temperatures. The next two days are bitterly cold,

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exacerbated by the strength of the wind. You will need to wrap up very

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warmly. Have a nice weekend. Thank you very much, David. Wrap up only

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if you are going to the Devon derby tomorrow. If not, full match

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commentary on BBC radio Devon from TPM tomorrow. From all of us on the

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programme, have a good weekend. Goodbye. -- from two PM.

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