06/03/2017 Channel Islands News


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Welcome to BBC Channel Islands on Monday, March the 6th.

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The latest in the search for a missing pensioner.

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After three days, the emergency services say it's unlikely

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Our hypothesis at this time is some misadventure has happened to Valerie

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very soon after she came off the bus.

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The row crossing the channel between Park home residents

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Finding the words to make friends at nursery.

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How a new grant is helping children who struggle to talk.

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And there is some warm weather, quite a long way away from us past

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Spain and Portugal, but some of that is drifting gradually towards us. I

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will tend you when and how data in the programme. -- I will tell you.

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The officer in charge of the search for a missing 75-year-old woman

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in Jersey says the chances of finding her alive

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Valerie Jehan was last seen getting off the bus

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It's day four, and Jersey Police have widened their search area,

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scouring fields near Devil's Hole for any signs of Valerie Jehan.

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Officers believe her mobile phone is still in this area.

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But, so far, no trace of the 75-year-old has been found,

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and there hasn't been a single sighting of her.

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Because we've had no other sightings or information to go on,

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our hypothesis at this time is that something has happened to Valerie

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very soon after she got off the bus, otherwise we would have expected

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Valerie can be seen here on a bus from West Park to Devil's Hole

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She checked the destination with the driver as she boarded.

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And had told her family she was going for a walk.

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She got off the bus in the pub car park just behind me,

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and then walked up these steps, heading to the main road.

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But from here there are several routes she may have taken,

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including the coastal path or even back the way she came.

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Throughout the weekend, searches were carried out

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Both a light aircraft and a helicopter were used

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to look for Valerie, while a drone was also put up

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But it's now been more than 72 hours since she went missing.

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Given that we have a 75-year-old lady in a difficult environment,

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ie on the north coast, and given the horrendous weather we've

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had over the weekend, after you get past that 72-hour

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limit, then the chances of finding her alive continue

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Officers are urging anyone who was in the area between 12

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Jessica Banham, BBC Channel Islands News, Jersey.

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A 72-year-old Alderney resident has died after crashing his toboggan

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Ralph Hubbard had successfully completed the notoriously dangerous

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Future employment permits will be made more easy for nearly 240 jobs

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Employment permits under the new law are short-term,

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one year, medium-term, five years, and long-term,

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Jobs eligible for long-term permits include nurses,

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social workers and secondary school teachers in maths,

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The chair of the Population Employment Advisory Panel says it'll

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One of the advantages of applying for and in permit job is not only do

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you know before you start that you will get the license, but also it is

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going to be cheaper. The number of holidaymakers visiting

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Jersey has increased There were almost 356,000 staying

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holiday visitors last year, But a drop in day trippers

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and business travellers meant fewer people came to the island in total,

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five percent below Visit Jersey's He said there were a number of

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factors in the fall to visitor numbers.

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We saw a contraction in capacity, the flights between Guernsey and

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Jersey were down 18%, savings were down 3%, we had Brexit and

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uncertainty in France, a combination wide those visitors did not come

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last year. A Guernsey-based businessman

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is being accused of unfair practices by dozens of mobile park home

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residents in the UK. They say they're being exploited

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because of special terms in contracts signed by Barry Weir

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who lives in St Peter Port. But he insists it's

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nothing to do with him. I have come to meet Rose, she lives

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on this park in Bognor Regis. One of six parks owned by Silver Lakes

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property investments Limited which is co-owned and run by this man,

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Barry Weir. ?6,000 at the mesh Mark for the

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maintenance? In the UK, park home residents own

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their home but not the land it sits on.

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They paint a pitch fee to cover the upkeep of communal areas. However,

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here, residents like rows are constantly being hit with extra

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charges. It is horrible, horrible. Sometimes

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I could sit here and cry, what have I could sit here and cry, what have

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we done, what have we moved onto? We have heard from dozens of people

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living across all six properties and they are having the same problems as

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Rose. Because Barry Weir's contracts contain unique clauses that some MPs

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say are unfair. It is clear some park home residents

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are being exploited by intimidation, bullying, costs, fees which are not

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justified. Here in West Sussex, they pay one of

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the highest pitch fees in the country, almost ?300 a month. Yet

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they still have to pay for the communal upkeep of the park on top.

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You get a letter to say you owe this money. Being as my husband is quite

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ill come he doesn't want any worry, so we pay it.

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We wanted to put our allegations to Barry Weir directly but we kept

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being told the parks were nothing to do with him.

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We from inside out, can I ask you about the contracts you have between

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yourself and the residents of your mobile park homes?

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I don't have any contracts. The lease, the freehold land is owned by

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Silver Lakes property investments of which I am a director. It is leased

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to a company who have the contracts. Can I talk about the contracts? No,

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I know nothing about them. I am sorry, I am going home, goodbye

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There we go, Barry Weir, the man who There we go, Barry Weir, the man who

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has nothing to do whatsoever with those mobile park homes.

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Children with special educational needs and disabilities in Jersey

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A grant of ?24,000 from the Lloyds Bank Foundation will pay

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for a specialist support worker to help these children use

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Julie Flanagan has been to meet one little boy who's

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He needs help with speech and language and making friends

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But, thanks to money that's been given to

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the Jersey Child Care Trust, he's getting support

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from Emma so he can develop the social skills he needs.

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with Lewis, he's able to say more words, use a bit more sign language.

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He's able to communicate a little bit more with the other

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He plays a lot more with them, just generally being able to move

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around the nursery and be a happy little boy.

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The money pays for Emma and other specialist support

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workers who're employed through the Special

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They've given over 7,500 hours of specialist support for children

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with special educational needs and disabilities in

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Without this support, children like Lewis wouldn't be able to use

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mainstream nurseries, and would be waiting for a place

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Having this support at the earliest time we can support them, ie,

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in nursery, this does mean the difference for some children

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between which school they go to, the amount of support that they need

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when they go onto school and really their life chances

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Nursery education helps young children develop the social

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and communication skills they need for future life.

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At nursery school, children like Lewis aren't treated any

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differently and they're proof that learning can be child's play.

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It was most definitely a wet weekend for most of us.

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David Braine has got tonight's forecast.

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I think there is more rain on the forecast. Back to those statistics,

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we have had a dry winter for the Channel Islands, the average monthly

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rainfall amounts is below where we should be, this week though will

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make the difference. The rain isn't just wet, there is something else

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happening, it is turning somewhat milder. The air is from a different

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direction. It has been called today with the showers and blustery wind,

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but the winds will continue to drop overnight, and for the rest of this

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week, the air will come from the south, a warm weather front which

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brings milder air, higher temperatures. The areas coming from

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the south, a long way south, bringing teachers higher as we move

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through this week into the weekend -- bringing temperatures.

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By Friday, these southerly winds will bring temperatures of 15

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degrees, hopefully even though the weather may not give us everything

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we want, it does give higher temperatures.

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Scattered showers this evening for a time, blustery winds gradually

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dropping. Some clear skies developing after midnight allowing

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temperatures back into single figures.

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6 degrees minimum tonight. Tomorrow, bright weather in the morning, very

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quiet, a veil of cloud producing spots of drizzle. More persistent

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rain later in the day. Especially by the early evening. Breezy with winds

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from the south, ten lead top temperature. Here are the times of

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high water. And here is our forecast for the

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waves. Light winds at first. A south easterly.

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Increasing by the end of the day. This week, the temperatures are

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slowly creeping up. Into the weekend, 14 is possible.

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You're up-to-date with the latest news for the Channel Islands.

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I'll be back with your headlines at eight.

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Knitters in Bradninch are putting the finishing touches

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to their collection of hundreds of teddy bears for child refugees.

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The whole community, including Scouts, have been

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They'll be put into the pockets of donated coats for

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refugee children in Syria, Greece and elsewhere.

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The bears are being displayed in people's windows this week

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Although this is about theirs, it is not just about bears, it is about

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clothes and the other things we are sending because that is what the

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real need is. Also what we are doing is so small in the scheme of things

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and their wrist still so much more scope for people to do other things.

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It's time for the sport now and there were some cracking results

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The Chiefs recorded a massive victory at the weekend beating

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They secured second place in the Premiership with the most

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substantial home defeat Leicester have suffered all season, meaning

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the Chiefs have now done the league double over them.

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Man of the match Geoff Parling said the win at his old stomping ground

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was one of the biggest in his career.

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There are just five rounds left of the Premiership, with the Chiefs

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on course to make the play-offs for a second successive year.

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But there's now a two-week break and the Chiefs

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will switch their focus to the semifinal of the Anglo-Welsh Cup

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where they face Harlequins at Sandy Park this Sunday.

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Plymouth Albion beat Hull and Jersey beat the Cornish Pirates

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It wasn't a fantastic display by either side.

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In a low-scoring game, Jersey crossed the line first,

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but fans had to wait until the second half for this.

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The fact this try was converted made the crucial difference.

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The Pirates did cross the line themselves later but lost 7-5.

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The two sides meet again in the British and Irish cup

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To football now, and there was only one win for our sides this weekend

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and that was down to Plymouth Argyle in a game which involved second

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BBC Radio Devon's commentator at Home Park was Charlie Price

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You could tell it was two sides vying for promotion

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It was actually Carlisle that had the better of the opening exchanges.

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This header from Reggie Lamb, one of three times they had the ball

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in the back of the net, each time though it was disallowed

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Plymouth Argyle had a bit of a lifeline there and then

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they sprang into life after about 20 minutes.

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Graham Carey hadn't scored in 14 matches before this one

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where he capitalised on a mistake to slot the Pilgrims

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in front and they were on their merry way after that.

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They won a penalty after Ryan Taylor was bundled to the ground

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by Shaun Brisley, incidentally from a Graham Carey cross,

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and then Jake Jervis stepped up to take his fourth penalty

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of the season, converted it and that wrapped up

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Not so good for Exeter City unfortunately though, was it?

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No, they had the long trip north to Hartlepool as well in a bit

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They did take the lead early on, Olly Watkins here thrashing the ball

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in from the edge of the box, for his 14th of the season

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and at that stage, it looked like the Grecians could be

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on for another great win, but a second-half onslaught

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from Hartlepool and two former Pilgrims combining here,

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Nathan Thomas to Lewis Alessandra, who reacted quickest to equalise.

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It was then the turn of former Accrington striker Padraig Amond.

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He was released by Rhys Oates and fired the ball into the top

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corner to give the hosts the lead for the first time in the game

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and then Lewis Alessandra was at it again, saving best until last,

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here skipping past three or four City defenders before wrapping up

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the points for Hartlepool and that is now just one

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Not good news either for Yeovil who lost 4-0 to Luton.

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I think the least said about that the better and Torquay

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didn't have a good day either, did they?

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They are in a real relegation scrap in the National League.

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They did take the lead in the first half.

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His second goal of the season, so not a bad way to bring up

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the lead for Torquay, but despite the visitors

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going down to ten men, United couldn't hold onto that lead.

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Here Jake Cassidy branding the goalkeeper, equalised

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for the visitors and then it got even worse with some more bad

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defending from Torquay, allowing Will Hatfield to nip

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in and put them into the lead and that is how it ended.

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We will have to watch this space where Torquay is concerned, but,

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Do you remember the girls football team we featured last week?

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The SAS girls Under 12s from Barnstaple were on an amazing

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unbeaten run and this weekend they extended it

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That is amazing. There is no stopping them. Long may it continue

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as well. We thought we'd go to he cinema now

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and not just any old cinema, but one where Agatha Christie used

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to be a regular. The lights have been off

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at The Paignton Picture House since 1999, but it's being brought

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back to life with an unusual Students from South Devon

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college are creating a show It involves a mix of

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acting and singing along Spotlight's Sophie Pierce has

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been to take a look. Lights, camera, action. The old

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cinema is alive again. 1999, the last screening of the film here. I

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watch movies all the time. On my phone. My mum used to come here,

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watch films and she was telling me about how she remembers when it was

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closed down and it is odd to think now I am here doing stuff in it

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designed a sequence of projections designed a sequence of projections

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which play a big role in the show. It explores the idea of the analogue

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media and the new. The big drive at media and the new. The big drive at

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the college, the Digital agenda and it is important for our students to

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have that transition and hopefully this project will highlight that. 18

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years ago the cinema closed its doors for the last time. But lovers

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of the old cinema are determined it will reopened and save the show will

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reenergise the campaign. It is based on an interpretation and reaction of

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the history which is central to the building and its importance, so to

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see that interpreted and express in all the different media is

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wonderful. It is a multimedia show telling the history of cinema

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through the decades. The students doing everything from scripting to

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acting to costume and props. Being able to collaborate with the media,

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the fashion, dance and performing arts because we would not be able to

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do that in any other show said this is the first time it has happened

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and it is nice to use your imagination on what people did when

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they came here. This old cinema could certainly tell a fuse stories

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and who knows what the next chapter in its history will be.

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Now to an epic challenge involving a small open boat,

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a crew packed in like sardines, and a 4,000 mile row.

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Well, that's what Captain Bligh and his handful of loyal men had

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to do when there was mutiny on HMS Bounty 230 years ago.

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Now, as part of a new TV series, which starts tonight,

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south west-based yachtsman Conrad Humpreys is one of the crew

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Conrad, who's won the BT Global Challenge and came seventh

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in the Vendee Globe, was one of nine crew members

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who faced the same challenges as Captain Bligh in the South

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Storms, basic navigation and rationed food for 60 days

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it. Here is a quick look at the it. Here is a quick look at the

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programme tonight. 200 metres past these jagged rocks here. We have to

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give it all otherwise this journey is over, the boat is finished. Keep

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the noise down, let's get this done! Let's go, boys! That looked pretty

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dangerous and pretty scary. What was going on there? We were trying to

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make landfall. Captain Bligh was cast off a volcanic island and he

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made his way to the island but the island its self is volcanic, very

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jagged rocks, there is no obvious place to land. That moment was, we

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were really struggling to make landfall. The wind was pushing

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onto the rocks. It looks like it onto the rocks. It looks like it

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will be a great programme, but when you were offered to do it, did you

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jump at the opportunity? I did jump at it because how often do you get

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the chance to recreate something like this and with a programme of

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huge opportunity. The reality is it huge opportunity. The reality is it

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his nine strangers thrown together on a boat, we don't know each other

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and I was a professional skipper on board the boat. I was under Captain

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and to who played Captain Bligh. I was very apprehensive. I'd describe

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it as an audacious trip and quite reckless but very bold. We pulled

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something of that was magical. I have listed some of the things you

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have achieved but how does this compare to what you have done in the

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past? In terms of the equipment and technology you are used to and what

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you had on-board? This was pairing everything back to the very basics

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and I have brought in something with me. This would be the sort of

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thing... That's right. When Captain Bligh was cast adrift, it was a

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quite humane way, he was left for quite humane way, he was left for

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dead but he was given some of his tools, he was given a sextant. He

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had the charts in his head, he charted some of this area with

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Captain Cook. Captain Bligh was an expert with one of these things,

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much better than I am but he was given some Russians and included

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with that he was given 28 gallons of water, 150 par of pork. You had 400

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calories a day, you must have lost a lot of weight. We all lost between

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20 and 25 kilos. Our doctor, our surgeon on board the boat, he lost

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25% of his body weight. It was quite an ordeal. It does look amazing,

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quite scary as we said at times. What do you make of what Captain

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Bligh achieves? He has been a much maligned in the media, he is painted

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as a real villain and I don't think he was particularly warm to his

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loyalists, his crew and that is probably why some mutinies happened,

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but he was a remarkable navigator and having got his guys to Timor

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safely, few could argue with his navigational ability albeit most of

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his guys actually died within three weeks of arriving. Nine o'clock

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tonight, Channel 4. Look forward to seeing it. Thank you for coming in.

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good news, we need some because it good news, we need some because it

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has not been good. It will turn milder later on this week and

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temperatures will make a big difference to how it feels.

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Certainly unsettled, milder, often windy conditions also. Cloud from

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the West should break up. More cloud out to the west and that is a warm

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front which will bring some rain eventually tomorrow but also bring

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higher temperatures and we hold onto that West or Southwest wind for the

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rest of this week. Another line of rain keeping us on Thursday but look

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where the air is coming from, it is coming from Spain and Portugal so

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temperatures up to 13, 14 degrees. temperatures up to 13, 14 degrees.

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The cloud has been quite well broken this afternoon. A few heavy showers

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left behind but for most of us there has been some sunshine. This was

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earlier today where our cameraman just having a glimpse of the state

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of the rivers at the moment because there is plenty of water coming down

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after the last three days worth of rain. The moss and vegetation soaks

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up the water but eventually it makes its way down to the rivers. More

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rain possible tomorrow, especially in the second half of the day.

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Overnight it becomes a mainly dry, some showers but very isolated. The

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second half of the night, enough clear skies to drop the temperatures

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and hear the lowest temperatures in the east. Patchy rain arriving in

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the far West. The risk of Frost most likely for Somerset and Dorset with

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temperatures between one and three degrees. Some brief brightness for

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all of us tomorrow. Hazy sunshine for parts of East Devon, Somerset

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and Dorset. This rain to come in but once it does settle in, it does

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become quite widespread and persistent. Temperatures of ten or

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11 degrees. For the Isles of Scilly, cloudy with patchy rain. Time is of

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high water at Penzance 1201. For our surfers most of the beaches will be

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messy with five and seven feet along the north coast. The winds becoming

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suddenly, shower was replaced by more persistent rain and poor

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visibility. The temperatures keep on coming up. By the end of the week,

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13, possibly 14 degrees. That is all from us. More stories on Inside Out

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here on BBC One in half an hour. We are back tomorrow. Good night.

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