15/02/2017 Channel Islands News


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Welcome to BBC Channel Islands, I'm Charlie McArdle.

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Lessons to be learnt following the death of a man

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who's body was undiscovered for some time.

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There are people in jersey who reallip don't mix in society that

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people know very little about them. But for such a small island, that

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shouldn't be the case. Formal complaints made against

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three senior Guernsey politicians. And plans to tackle

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Jersey's stinky seaweed which could bring back

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our golden sands. The case of a Jersey man who's body

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wasn't found for some time after dying alone highlights the need

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to raise awareness of self-neglect. That's the finding of a serious case

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review into the death of Mr Fisher, an elderly man described

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as a local character. He died on his own

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at his home in Jersey after refusing the help

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of local authorities. We've been asked not to reveal

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the identity of Mr Fisher - But he was thought to be well

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known in the community, with an individual style

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and distinctive dress. He may have a mild learning

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disability, and was living in conditions the watchdog says

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caused considerable concern. There are people in Jersey

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who really don't mix in society, But, for such a small island,

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that shouldn't be the case. recognising before things

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get really difficult, before this gets any worse,

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let's do what we can do to help now. Those new approaches could include a

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new welfare system in every parish. It's thought one of the few people

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Mr Fisher would have accepted help Often being a friend is the way in,

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and you heard Glenys talking about people not wanting to accept

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care or intervention Very often, the informal way

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is the only way you can get And Daphne, the President

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of Jersey's Age Concern, agrees. She wants to introduce

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a Good Neighbour scheme to encourage islanders to

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look out for their community. But she also thinks

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the States should do more. The States spend an awful

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lot of money on things They like them, but they're

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not absolutely necessary. It's money we should be spending

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on care in the community for people And one of the criticisms of Mr

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Fisher's care is what happened when he was discharged from hospital - he

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was allowed to leave in his pajamas. The review of hospital discharges

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is just one of nine recommendations the watchdog's suggested

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in light of Mr Fisher's death. So, while avoiding this

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situation in the future is impossible to guarantee,

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it's hoped it'll become less likely. Three senior politicians in Guernsey

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are facing formal complaints from two of the island's

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leading charity organisations. It's over alleged comments about a

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former Education Committee member's ability to fulfil the role while

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caring for a disabled family member. Although on the surface the

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Committee for Education, Sport and Culture seemed to survive last

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month's vote of no confidence relatively unscathed, one obvious

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casualty was committee member Marc Leadbeater who, after initially

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resigning, later put his name forward for re-election

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and then withdrew it again. But during all this, it was alleged

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comments about whether he could fulfil his responsibilities while

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caring for a disabled family member, that caused concern for

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both the Community Foundation It is damaging if these rumours

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persist. We are calling for the facts to be established. And the

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panel will then have to decide if there is some substance to those

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rooms ours. They'll decide what sanctions they'll do.

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Deputy Lyndon Trott, Home Affairs President Mary Lowe

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and Education President Paul Le Pelley are the ones now facing

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code of conduct complaints over alleged discrimination.

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But here in the States Chamber this morning, a statement by Deputy Trott

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vigorously rejecting the allegations was met with applause.

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If people have genuine, sincere evidence-based complaints about

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tollingses, they are entitled to make them. When there is no evidence

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and they are baseless, they should keep their mouths shut.

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Deputy Le Pelley also denies any wrongdoing.

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Deputy Lowe is yet to respond publicly.

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But, with so much uncertainty already surrounding the future

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this is one more controversy it could do without.

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to begin debating whether the proposed strategy to export its

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waste and increase recycling rates should proceed.

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The preferred option is to send waste that can't be recycled

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I spoke to our reporter Mike Wilkins a little earlier

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and began by asking him how we got to this stage.

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Well, the question of how to get rid of Guernsey's rubbish

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There are no more holes in the ground left,

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and there's virtually no time to explore other options.

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This is the rather stark choice facing States' members this week,

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as the total bill for dealing with an off-island solution

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is estimated to be almost ?300 million for the next 20 years.

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Guernsey's decided to solve the problem

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by shipping waste it can't recycle to Sweden.

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And the average household could see refuse bills go up from ?2.15

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The man responsible for Guernsey's waste policy

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says the proposed strategy has to go ahead.

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It needs to go through. We decided to do this in 2012. Actually yes is

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no plan B. Before, we've always been able to fall back on the space

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available in landfill. We simply don't have that anymore. Any time

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waisted now is simply more taxpayers' money. We captain' afford

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to do it The proposals include ambitious

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targets to have 70% of waste Deputy Peter Roffey is concerned

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the costs are rising out of control. Certainly looking at the cost of

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kerbside recycling leapt from ?1 million per year to ?2 million per

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year. Most people want kerbside. It is better than going to a bring

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bank. At what point does the cost reach, hang on, this is the best

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thing to do but it is no longer affordable. We should look at

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whether to go back to bring banks or there's a cheaper way of doing

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kerbside. Whatever happens in the States

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this week, the cost of dealing with

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Guernsey's rubbish will be going up. These days, the internet

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is everywhere. But alongside the opportunities

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it brings there are risks. Increasingly, criminals use

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the internet to cause harm. Today, Jersey's government has set

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out a new cyber security strategy. It plans to spend ?2 million

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over three years protecting against attacks on

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government, people and businesses. Modern thieves are more likely to

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steal your data than anything else. Here in Jersey, States of Jersey

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systems register 500 elevated cyber attacks per day, while the Financial

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Services Commission is targeted, In fact, cyber threats are now seen

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as one of the biggest risks But big organisations

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aren't the only ones at risk. If you think about all the

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individual emails, all of the websites you browse throughout the

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day, all of the malicious sites and links you see through social media,

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an end user could be exposed to several hundred attacks a day and

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not even be aware of it. It's that awareness that's key.

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Teaching people and businesses about cyber security is seen

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as vital for Jersey's continued success as a finance centre,

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We're about giving people basic understanding in their area -

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That's individuals, businesses and across Government as well. At a

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basic level, they need to understand why cybersecurity is important to

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them and how they might hold their information or how they might

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interact with a business or their bang or Government

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Islanders have until the end of March to share their views

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the government can keep them safe in increasingly digital world.

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It's claimed dredging green sea lettuce from Jersey beaches and

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dumping it out to sea will only be a short term fix for the south coast's

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The department responsible intends to scoop up the weed as it builds up

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and then use a barge to carry it out to sea where it will be left.

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Environmentalists argue it'd be better to stop the seaweed building

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The authorities have been looking for new ways to tackle the problem.

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as well One of our hopes would be, if we could remove it out of the

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water early in the season when it's lighter than we've traditionally

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done, it will dissuade it from growing to the volumes we've seen.

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It is very much a trial and error situation.

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It's been a sunny afternoon in the islands

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and despite being mid-February, I don't know about you,

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but I got the feeling that spring could be on its way.

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My mum suggested we take a trip along Jersey's Waterworks Valley

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which are in full bloom carpeting one of the cotils.

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They make a stunning display worth seeing if you get the chance.

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But are the sunny spells set to continue?

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We've had some lovely weather for many of us today. Some beautiful

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photos coming from our weather watchers. Into tomorrow, with starry

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skies overnight tonight a chilly start to things. The risk of a touch

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of ground frost here and there. Also, mist and fog patches forming.

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They could be stubborn. They could be a problem on and off through the

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day tomorrow. Where the mist and fog clears and breaks, some sunshine

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coming through for some of us tomorrow. We've high pressure

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building in. That's the good news. With light winds, it leads to

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problems with mist and fog. Over the coming days, although it does stay

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in charge, we've weather systems trying to make inroads. It

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complicates the details slightly. It could lead to a little rain here and

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there. Generally, a lot of dry weather over the coming days.

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Tonight, starry skies initially. Light winds. We could see this mist

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and fog forming. It could reduce visibilities. These are typical low

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temperatures. We could see a touch of ground frost here and there. A

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bit of a chilly start tomorrow morning. A risk of mist and Fok. It

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could be a problem on and off through the day. Where it thins and

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breaks, you see the sunshine coming through, it will feel mild.

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Temperatures in double figures. Light winds as well. Where there's

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mist and fog, a more disappointing day. These are times of high waters:

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These are the waves for our surfers. Two of four feet. Clean with

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generally light winds. It could become choppy in the south-westerly

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breeze. This is how it's shaping up over the

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next few days. Fairly light winds. Mostly dry. Variable amounts of

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cloud. Sunshine coming through at times. Where it does, it will feel

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like spring. You're up to date with the news

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from the Channel Islands. I'll be back at 8pm with an update

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and then again at 10.25pm. Live here in the studio,

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we'll be speaking to former Royal Marine Mark Ormrod

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as the roller coaster of life events of the last ten years is made

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into a documentary. And, learning to swim -

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we'll see how these rare otter cubs Now for a collection of memories

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from former naval officer cadets Interviews have been

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recorded with officers from across the decades giving

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personal accounts of what it was like training for life in the Navy

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at different periods in time. As Spotlight's John Ayres reports,

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the look back at life in the Naval College will go

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on show this summer. Life in the Navy now is very

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different to 80 years ago, and proof of this will be available

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for future posterity. Former officer cadets have

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opened up about their experiences in a series

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of interviews. Adrian Holloway, trained in the 30s,

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recalls his selection interview. There are four brothers

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in a family, each has a sister. The old buffer thought

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I would say eight. Then there was the thought

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of going to Dartmouth, Perhaps they thought

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it would put you off! It is the little things that

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many of them remember. It was considered socially

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important for officers to be able to ballroom dance,

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but 1973, there weren't any Halfway through the dancers, we had

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to change our grip and become the And you would dance with your

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friend, and the whole thing was sort What I found really

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interesting was the change, attitudes and in society

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that these recordings prove. So somebody who was here

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in the 1930s, you ask them a question like,

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what did it feel like? Whereas you ask someone

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in the 1970s and '80s, and they can actually

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analyse their feelings. 62 interviews have been collected,

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which will go on show Former Royal Marine Mark Ormrod

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is marking ten years since he was traumatically

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injured in Afghanistan. He's making a fly-on-the-wall

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documentary detailing It follows the highs and the lows,

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and how life CAN go In a moment, we'll be talking

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to Mark and film-maker Matt Elliot, but first Spotlight's Janine Jansen

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looks back at how Mark's life Mark Ormrod was the first

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British triple amputee Doctors said he would spend the rest

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of his life in a wheelchair. Five months later he proved them

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all wrong as he walked I was always going to walk

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to receive the medal, that was one of the main targets

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I set myself for my rehab, it's what I used as a motivation

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to push myself to get good If I'm being honest

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it was quite emotional. He said he had to beg, borrow

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and steal to get the care he needed. His fundraising

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efforts were immense. In the Gumpathon Challenge

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he ran across America. He hand-cycled around the UK,

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never mind the pain. The arm is coming loose

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inside the socket so I'm basically just powering on one arm,

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and it's not easy. His life has been defined by setting

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and achieving goals. Incredible stuff. Thank you so much

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for coming in tonight. This sounds like, just looking at that film, you

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have done so much, this sounds like roller-coaster of a documentary. We

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will start at the end of the month where we have all of our kit

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together and we set to go. What has the last ten years been like? I

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mentioned how Christmas Eve 2007 Everything changed when the

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explosion happened but what has it been like in the last decade. This

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is something a lot of people struggle to understand when I say

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this, but it has been brilliant. Initially it was very difficult and

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I'm not ashamed to admit that but once I crossed that line from it

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being hard to it being normal life has gone insane and it has been

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brilliant. You know each other very well indeed. I am guessing this will

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be quite an emotional thing to work on fee you. It will be the difficult

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part for me because I know Mark so well and I know how it is taken for

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granted now, so we have to look back at the incident, what has led to

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where he is now, and focus on the highs and the lows as well. You are

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involving other people as well, asking them to come forward, people

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you have met and worked with, to give there accounts. There are lots

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of key people involved, from Christmas Eve 2070 where I am now,

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and I would like to get their say on things. -- 2007. I think it would be

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very interesting for people watching. What do you hope it will

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achieve? Once we see how you have adapted to your different lifestyle

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and what life is like now, what do you hope the film will achieve? The

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biggest thing we are both aiming for really is to use it to help other

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people, that is our motivation. Or amber just over nine years ago now

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lying in the hospital bed. -- I remember. The information was not so

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accessible and I had so many questions and I had no motivation, I

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didn't want to know anything or speak to anybody. I am hoping that

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other people who watch the film can get a bit of motivation from it.

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What was the key moment that turned for you from being this desperate

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situation to wanting to grab life and move forward with life? I found

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somebody over in America who was a triple amputee who was living the

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kind of life that in my head I imagined I could be living, so I

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knew it was possible, despite some of the things I was being told, I

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knew it was possible to be independent and free, and that

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changed it for me. And you hope this will be released in December, all

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going well. Yes, a lot of work. You had better get started!

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We wish you all the best of luck with it.

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Plymouth Argyle has reported Leyton Orient captain Liam Kelly

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to the FA for allegedly pushing over one of the ball boys during last

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Five of the visitors were booked in an ill-tempered

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contest which Argyle lost in stoppage time.

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Exeter City also paid the price for conceding late goals,

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After a defeat, forget pretty football.

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And when the chance came it fell to the right man.

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David Wheeler was back on the scoresheet, making it nine

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It looked like his goal would be enough until a second bookable

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offence with minutes left saw Jake Taylor sent off.

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The response from the hosts was immediate.

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The City defence and the crossbar were rattled.

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In a frenetic end to the game, despite being a man down,

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the Grecians struck on the break and Ryan Harley had a simple tap-in.

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County managed to get the ball in the net in stoppage time

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Two deflections and two valuable points dropped for City.

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After their derby win, Argyle carried on where they left off,

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January signing Antoni Sarcevic made it two goals from three starts.

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He was eventually forced off with an injury, leading to the first

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Orient were not here to win friends but Gavin Massey may have won

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some admirers with this fine individual goal.

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Into the second half and in between bookings

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Matty Kennedy produced a carbon copy of Massey's goal to put

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And so it stayed, until two minutes from time and that man again.

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Massey doubled his tally to level things.

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Sadly it was Orient who got it, deep into stoppage time.

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Hopefully this result won't come back to haunt Argyle

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Four baby otters living at Newquay Zoo are learning to swim.

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Just a few days ago we showed their very first

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foray into the water, and now we can see

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Clare Woodling has been to watch a swimming lesson.

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Aww. And not an armband insight.

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You've got mum and dad and there are several uncles

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in there and we have one female who has lived with us for

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years, who is lovely, and we are very fond

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of her, so she teaches all

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of the babies, so they are always keeping an eye on them, the babies

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are in the water, trying to find food, and there is always one adult

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next to them keeping an eye on them, so it is a big family group and a

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They are just coming out now and starting to get wet and realise

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The otters are well on their way to a five-metre badge.

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Certainly no-one is afraid of taking the plunge.

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So what is the Otto's favourite stroke, butterfly or

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They have almost like a doggy paddle but more of an otter

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style, and also with that tail, which is like a rudder and a driving

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force at the same time, so they have their own style.

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They naturally know when they get in the water, they need a bit of

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teaching but they can swim far better than we do. The lesson has

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been a triumph, all of the otters are accounted for. And now it is

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tea-time. The river exploits have gone swimmingly. It is a big step

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forward for these otters, let's see how they feel about it. How do you

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find this achievement? I am going to have to stop you

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there. It is a bit scary for them, that

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massive thing coming towards them. I have never seen otters interviewed

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on the news before, a first. I want to see more of the otters and

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less of the weather. For many of us it has been a glorious day. We had

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some early rain but that has cleared for many of us about late morning

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and we have seen some sunshine emerging. Our cameraman Jeff went to

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Topsham today to find signs of spring but here was one of the more

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unlucky spots. We had lines of cloud developing from Dartmoor towards the

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XS jury. Because the sunshine has got a bit more heat now we are

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starting to see these showers more inclined to develop inland and less

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likely out at sea. Once the early rain cleared many of us had skies

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like this, beautiful blue skies, you can see St Michael's Mount in the

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distance. Into tomorrow, with the clear skies overnight it will be

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chilly, the risk of ground frost perhaps, and mist and fog forming.

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That could be a bit stubborn tomorrow. It will be dry and write

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tomorrow. We have high pressure trying to dominate through the

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coming days. -- it will be dry and right. We have weather fronts trying

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to encroach, which leads to some tricky cloud forecasting conditions

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in the next few days. In generally I think there will be a lot of dry

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weather to be had. This is the weather front that pushed through

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earlier on today. Behind it most of us have sunshine will stop we had

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that island of showers but for most of us a very nice afternoon. In

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general this evening it will be a clear evening. Quite chilly, three

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or 4 degrees in places and a touch of frost a possibility for promo

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spots. The mist and fog tomorrow could be quite stubborn. -- for

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prone spots. We are only two weeks away from the start of spring

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according to the meteorologists. These are the top temperatures,

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mild, some spots will have 1314 degrees perhaps. A nice day for the

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Isles of Scilly, bright skies overhead and a gentle breeze. -- 13

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or 14 degrees. These are the times of high water. The biggest waves

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tomorrow along the north coast, for to six feet bats. -- four to six

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feet perhaps. The wind is mostly south-westerly, conditions mainly

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fair and visibility good. This is the next few days, with these

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weather fronts pushing and we could see a bit more cloud at times and a

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little bit of rain here and there. More likely for the coast and hills

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I suspect but quite mild picture over the coming few days, problems

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with mist and fog perhaps, and when you get some sunshine it should feel

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pleasant. If you fancy seeing your photos popping up on the TV you can

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become a Weather Watcher. We get some fantastic photos sent

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in. Thanks, Holly. There will be another round-up from the spotlight

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team at 10:30pm. We will when farmers leave

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their daily routines behind... Right, here we come, Dorset!

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..for a show day.

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