07/03/2017 Channel Islands News


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Welcome to BBC Channel Islands on Tuesday, March 7th.

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A final sighting of 75-year-old Valerie Jehan reported

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to the police but chances of finding her are

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Improving Guernsey's travel links, warnings that without a runway

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extension it'll become an economic backwater.

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My own view is that if we don't have a runway extension sooner rather

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than later, it will be a great bar to Guernsey developing as and

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economy. The therapy Pat dog from Jersey

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who's heading to the world's most Police say the chances

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of finding missing Jersey woman Valerie Jehan

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alive are remote. The 75 year-old was last seen

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on Friday getting a bus to the island's north coast,

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and officers have now revealed there's been

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a confirmed sighting of her. Julie Flanagan is at the scene

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at Devil's Hole now. You have been that the quite a

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while, tell me what has been going on.

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At about half past four, this place was extremely

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busy with the police, fire crews and the coastguard.

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Access to Devil's Hole was restricted and you can

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probably see from these pictures that fire officers

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When they came back up, they retrieved an item.

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The police have confirmed it was a black handbag.

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It has been an extension search over the past few days, with drones

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We have no confirmation as to what has happened to Valerie Jehan.

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Finding a handbag is a major development in this case but also

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the police confirmed another sighting of her on Friday.

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That is right. The police have said there was a confirmed sighting of

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Valerie Jehan on the pathway here. In a statement released by the

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inspector. He said... Although we have

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received this one sighting, a contact that reinforces

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what we have been doing we continue to believe that

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something has happened to Valerie Sadly because of the passage

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of time, the weather conditions and Valerie's age we now believe

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the chances of finding Specially trained Family

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Liaison Officers continue The police have said that their

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search on land will continue for another couple of days and after

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that, they will explore other lines of enquiry.

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Thank you very much. Just a confirmed the latest details in that

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missing person said is that tonight, in the last few moments, the police

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have confirmed that the handbag of Valerie Jehan has been found.

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Two Jersey teachers who were left in a critical condition

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after an alleged hit and run in the French Alps are

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The man and woman, who work at De La Salle College,

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The pair were at La Clusaz ski resort during half term

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when they were allegedly hit by a motorist at high speed

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A spokesperson for the school says they've been moved to a UK hospital

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A Guernsey charity who lodged a formal complaint against three

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senior deputies is refusing to apologise, despite

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Deputy Lyndon Trott, Mary Lowe and Paul Le Pelley

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were cleared of a code of conduct complaint last week.

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They were alleged to have made disparaging comments about a fellow

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politician's ability to work while caring for a

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Guernsey's Community Foundation say the sole motive was to ensure

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there was no discrimination in public office.

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There are no winners in this process. We would fully understand

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that as we have said. For our part, we continue to feel it was right

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with the information we had to try to resolve this personally

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discreetly and privately and secondly, not having been able to do

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that, on behalf, the Guernsey disability Alliance and particularly

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its members, to try to ensure that such determination does not exist.

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Guernsey's Economic Development president says he has reason

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to believe Condor Ferries is for sale.

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Deputy Peter Ferbrache made the comments at a Scrutiny hearing

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He also said Guernsey could become an economic 'backwater'

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A parliamentary meeting in a public place.

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And beyond the usual confines of the States building,

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there was nowhere to hide from the cameras today.

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And top of the agenda was to check how much

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progress has been made in improving Guernsey's air and sea links.

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And the answer was, "some but not enough."

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The man responsible says Guernsey needs a longer runway.

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I would think we would be crazy not to have the runway extension.

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Because we are otherwise going to be an economic backwater.

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Deputy Ferbrache says he has reason to believe Condor Ferries

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I believe they are. They have not told me that they are looking to

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sell that I read the financial newspapers, I'm not completely

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without some commercial reality. I believe they want to sell because

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they are an equity business and this is probably not their best ever

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purchase. Condor's owner Macquarie

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Infrastructure and Real Assets has declined to comment on market

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rumours or speculation. However, sources close

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to the business say there is no For the man chairing

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the meeting today was a reminder of how little

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progress has been made on Bearing in mind that there was such

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a hot topic at the election and bearing in mind there was a lot of

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noise made by a lot of people about Aircon activity and the links, there

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has been a lock of process and I think that is what we have

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underlined this morning. -- a lack of presets.

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the Scrutiny Committee is considering a wholesale review

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A Jersey business is still feeling the effects of the weekend's storm,

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The strike hit a tree outside Belles Fleurs nursery in Grouville

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during a storm on Sunday evening, knocking out the phone lines

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The manager says he has lost trade and money.

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It is really the start of our spring time really and after the winter

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months, we do not really need this to happen but it is going to take a

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few days to get it sorted out. There is good to be some cost of easy

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because we have lost trade, we cannot do credit card transactions

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because that is through the telephone lines.

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Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust is changing its name to Jersey Zoo.

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It's the original title given by its founder Gerald Durrell

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in 1959 but it changed ten years ago after the Trust made a conscious

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decision to avoid the word 'zoo', because of negative connotations

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A recent survey at Jersey airport revealed many tourists did not know

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The trust name will remain the same, that is global body in the 18

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countries we work with. We want people to know we are here so we are

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changing the name back to Jersey zoo. The visibility reason but also

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to honour our founder, he called a Jersey zoo and we will that again.

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It's the world's largest dog show and this week for the first time

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ever, a finalist from Jersey will compete to be national therapy

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Sausage, a Staffordshire Bull Terrier, was nominated by residents

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at St Ewolds nursing home, where he provides some much needed

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Sausage isn't shy about showing affection for the people

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He's visited these residents every week for the past four years.

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He is just amazing. He seems to know what you are saying to him. I just

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think he's absolutely lovely. It gives you something to talk about

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when you're having teeth. I saw Sausage today. Funny we haven't got

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sausage on the menu today. Sausage is a Staffordshire

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Bull Terrier, which might not be the first breed

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you'd think of for a therapy dog. But his owner Angie believes they're

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misunderstood and says He chooses how long he stays

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with each person so I've had incidences where people haven't been

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that well before and he's stayed as if to say, "Yeah,

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you need picking up a bit," he wants them to smile

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before he leaves. Sausage is part of the charity

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Pets As Therapy or Pat, they have 21 dogs working

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on Jersey and more than 5000 They visit hospitals

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and schools with students who have special needs,

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as well as residents in care homes. They get very emotional because it

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brings back all the memories of what used to happen in their lives. They

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love the sort of contact and the one-to-one and their eyes sparkle

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and we had one particular resident and he would just keep alive, his

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wife said, that those Wednesdays and those visits from Sausage.

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It was St Ewolds who nominated Sausage to be Pat's dog of the year.

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He's up against five other finalists and will appear

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at Crufts to hear the winner announced on Friday.

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Angie reckons he may even pull out his signature

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move for the judges - the sausage roll.

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Jessica Banham, BBC Channel Islands News, Jersey.

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If you were watching last night, David Braine said some sun

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was on the way towards the end of the week.

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Well, after another grey day, I'm still waiting.

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You have to be patient. Some good temperatures, the cloud is a bit

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stubborn. The cloud we have now is producing rain this evening. It will

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tend to vote lab later in the night but it remains quite misty, further

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spots of drizzle tomorrow. It will feel mild but the risk of some fog

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patches that could affect the airports through the day tomorrow. A

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couple of weather fronts, the first moving eastwards. The second is a

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bit more fast moving. They give some rain this evening and then ripples

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developing alongside this weather fronted the cloud just to the north

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of us. Keep the risk of drizzle and the risk of mist and fog also.

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Perhaps by Thursday into Friday, with the high pressure getting

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close, it may draw up some better, cleaner air, less problems with

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visibility and hopefully some breaks in the cloud will be lovely sunshine

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to come through. I think it is quite limited. This is the wet weather we

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have this evening. It will move faster and faster, the winds were

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fresh in from the south-west, a mild night. For a few hours, we could end

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up with some wet weather. Introducing that Luke Clow, wind and

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temperatures between seven and nine Celsius. Tomorrow, a lot of cloud

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for most of the day, visibility problems are possible with the file

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can help fog over the lower parts of the island but it will be mild, 12

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Celsius. White breezy. Onto the times of high water. Most beaches

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will be rather choppy, south-west winds and be the temperature at the

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moment is between eight and nine Celsius. Those of the poster water

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forecasts. -- coastal water. Poor visibility. Thursday, is very

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similar, perhaps a few more breaks developing Thursday and into Friday.

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Cooler but also brighter with perhaps some sunshine on Saturday.

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That's if from the team here in the Channel Islands -

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if you've missed anything you can watch tonight's programme

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I'll leave you with the rest of Spotlight.

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If you want to do it, I'm sure you'll do it very well. You have the

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uniform... Now she's the boss. Fly b's now executive began her career

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as an aviation engineer before working her way up. Today, she's

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meeting pupils from nearby Cranbrook High, keen to coax more girls into

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this predominantly male profession. We are supporting diversity in the

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workforce to create a better environment. Today 41 of the

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workforce are female. We are still only 10% of female pilots, of female

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engineers, and we are trying to do everything to push that further.

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Charlotte grew up in Exmouth and recently completed an apprenticeship

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with Flybe. I've always been mechanically minded and from a young

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age working on some sort of machinery or ennies or anything,

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it's been a passion of mine and that's what I've wanted to do so I

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thought why not start big and work on planes. There was a time when

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women in aviation industries could only hope to be cabin crew. That's

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now changing. Emma and Charlotte are some of the women here working at

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this hangar in Exeter. They are still a minority, but the company

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says they are hoping to change that. These are some of the current

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engineering apprentices. There are currently seven girls out of 109 on

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the four-year course. Has today's visit inspired tomorrow's workers? I

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found it really interesting and exciting and I think that when I'm

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older, being a pilot would be something I would like to look at.

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There are now more job opportunities for women. Tomorrow to mark

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international women's day, Flybe is flying the flag.

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A Dorset woman who is blind and has terminal cancer

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is about to realise her dream of having her own novel published.

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Trish Vickers started hand-writing her book

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after she lost her sight 11-years ago, but didn't know that 26

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of the pages were blank because her pen had run out of ink.

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Thanks to forensic experts her story was saved.

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The book is about as big as that and it looks amazing. It's the book she

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always wanted to write. She lost her sight 11 years ago through diabetes.

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The writing gave her an outlet so she put pen to paper literally.

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She'd been in such disarray with her life into this darkness, her husband

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left her et cetera and she lived alone. It was escapism. It was

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another world for her to live in where she could do what she wanted

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to do. The legacy was hand written. She used elastic bands around a clip

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board to keep the word straight. But she didn't know the ink ran out, so

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when her son read it back to her, 26 pages were blank. The Dorset Police

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came to their rescue. Forensic experts used their skills to

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rediscover the words. Local publishing firm Magic Oxygen have

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stepped in to produce the book quickly. Trish's health has taken a

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turn for the worse, she has terminal cancer. We realised there was

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something very necessary in publishing Trish's book because we

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heard straightaway she was diagnosed with a terminal disease and wanted

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her book which was as far as she was concerned, finished. The book is

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110,000 words long and should be ready by this weekend, turning

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Trish's deem into a reality. The rumours surrounding Plymouth

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Argyle's floodlit kit in a moment. The foraging season has officially

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begun. Learning what you can and can't eat, well, that's the hard

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bit. Over the next few days, some of this warmth over Spain and Portugal

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will head up towards us but it picks up moisture. More problems with mist

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and fog over the next few days. Tonight at Home Park Plymouth Argyle

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play what should be their last game of the season under floodlights

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and there's speculation they may not wear their

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traditional dark green kit. Apparently the players struggle

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to pick each other out against the dark back drop

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and so a change to white BBC Radio Devon's Alan Richardson

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is getting ready to commentate on the game and we can join him now

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live. Alan, what is the verdict, what are

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they going to wear? Well, the verdict is they are going to change

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kits and wear that all-white kit. They are allowed to change once a

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season for home games and they've taken this option in what is their

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final midweek home game of the season. Why is the green kit a

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problem just this season? I think it's just that little bit darker.

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It's a really smart kit, the players have difficulty picking each other

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out, particularly on the gloomy nights. The floodlights on this

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stand, the one that will be pulled down, are not as good as the other

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ones. It combines together, the dark green of the kit, the green of the

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grass and the green of the seats as well. Sometimes passes go astray

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because they are not able to be picked out. Things didn't go so well

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last week, did they? No, they didn't. I don't think you can really

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blame that on the kit on this occasion. It was a mix-up by the

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goalkeeper really who didn't manage to deal with the situation when the

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ball came back to him with pace and it ended up in the back of the net.

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They can ill-afford those mistakes against Blackpool tonight. Is there

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a chance the green kit would be dropped permanently because there

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would be outrage wouldn't there if the club didn't play in green? I'm

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sure there would be outrage. Derek batted off into the long grass when

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I asked that question. They'll look at the kit for next season. It's a

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money-spinner, the replica. They may look at a whiter kit or an all-white

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kit but I'm sure it will be mostly green from here on forward.

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Commentary starts at 7. 30. Thank you very much.

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As the countryside comes to life again with signs of Spring it's

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the perfect time to find a feast of flavours in the hedgerows.

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The official foraging season has just started and one expert has been

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showing some of the South West's chefs the fresh produce growing

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all around us and of course the things to avoid.

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Heidi Davey joined them for a expedition along

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This is cress. Did you taste it when cooking earlier. For David, the huge

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gardens here at the hotel provide the ultimate hunting ground. He is

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showing local chefs and apprentices how to find and identify the world

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food available on their own doorstep. This is edible. Not

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everything is. And it was time for me to listen up and learn. There is

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a lot of people will be out picking garlic. One thing that grows with

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this one is usually a plant called arron. That's this one here. You

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don't want to eat that one. Eat that one and it's not as strong as the

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shop-bought garlic. There are some chemicals in it that don't react the

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same so they don't smell. So you could go kissing after that. Now,

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that is a sound we all like to hear. For the apprentices who train at the

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Truro and Penwith college, it's time to watch the head chef here cook up

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our dinner with the freshly picked wild garlic. This is the first time

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I went through with someone explaining how to pick the leaves

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and what leaves are good. Is it the first time you've foraged? Yes, I've

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never thought of doing it. Now that I've done it, it's opened my eyes to

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what I cath I could put into my recipes. I come from Italy, so the

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philosophy is, locally produced and forage as much as you can so it's

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better. It's good to have this on your doorstep. Stays fresh on the

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plate. Does anyone else want a go...

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Now how about this for a mystery which involves a pound note,

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Curators at a museum have been left baffled

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after one of their artefacts, a 200-year-old pound note was stolen

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Eleanor Parkinson has been unravelling the plot.

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This pound note was issued by a Cornish bank in 1819 and it was so

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rare it was placed into the safe keeping of the Padstow museum. But

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it was stolen from the museum back in the 80s. Three decades on, it's

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been posted back. I opened it up and out came this

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note. I instantly recognised it. No letter? No letter. No indication of

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who it came from. And that is not the end of the story

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because the missing pound note arrived in wet and windy Padstow in

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this airmail letter all the way from St Lucia in the Caribbean. So how

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did it end up in St Lucia? One thing is clear, it's been carefully looked

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after. It has not been torn or crumpled, which is just as well and

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it's now quite valuable. It's a sort of key part of the history of

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Padstow when we had a Bank of Our own and it's lovely to have it back.

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Would you like to know who sent it back? Part of me, yes, of course.

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I'm realliure Cowes. -- curious. I've watched too many dramas, you

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sort of make up your own story. If anyone gets any ideas, it's been

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conveniently placed next to an old police truncheon.

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That's bizarre! Time for the weather. Let's hope that's not such

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a mystery. Is it straightforward? Back to standard weather for the

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south-west. Mist, drizzle and the fog. Hello, good evening. The good

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news is it's milder, temperatures are on the rise. It gets a bit

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warmer each day for the rest of this week. There was some sunshine this

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morning. You have to go a long way east to find it. This was Dorset.

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Lovely shot of the sun rise. Grey skies much further west. You can see

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the surfers still having a go though. Tomorrow is more of the

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same. Cloudy, overcast conditions, patchy rain but mild. Also problems

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both tonight and tomorrow with a lot of low cloud. The hill fog returns,

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the coastal mist comes back, so does that fine wet drizzle. You can see

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the stripe of cloud that's stretching into the Atlantic. We are

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just to the south of the main weather front. That means we

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continue with the same sort of weather type, not just for overnight

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and into the day tomorrow but pretty much the same as we move into

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Thursday as well. Perhaps briefly on Friday, as we see the high pressure

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try to get closer to us, there may well be a few breaks developing.

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With such mild air, an hour's worth of sunshine is going to lift the

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temperatures so we are expecting to see higher temperatures later on

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this week. The rain's been in dribs and drabs and slow to come in today.

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It's mostly affecting Cornwall. Still some holes left in the cloud

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of east Somerset and Dorset. Gradually, the cloud and rain will

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spill across most of the south. What will replace it is a brisk west or

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south-westerly wind, mild air but also quite misty conditions. A lot

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of low cloud, spits and spots of drizzle. Most of southern Britain

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tomorrow is covered with cloud and the blue is where we continue to see

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some outbreaks of rain. Through the night, that rain band continues its

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journey towards East Anglia and London. Some dribs and drabs of rain

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left behind in it. A lot of hill fog developing too. If you live high up,

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it could be misty and murky. Look at the temperatures, between seven and

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11, milder than it's been recently. Unfortunately, the same picture

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tomorrow, not many breaks in the cloud and generally a damp day for

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all of us, brisk south-west winds and temperatures are higher. We

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could get to 13 tomorrow. It will feel warmer than it has been despite

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all the cloud. Briefly perhaps the hint of some

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brightness in the afternoon. That will be a bit limited.

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Most beaches will have some sizeable waves tomorrow. Most beaches will be

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messy between four and six feet. It is brighter towards the end of

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the week, more especially into the weekend. At least the temperatures

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are a little higher. Have a good evening. Back to you.

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Thank you very much. That is all from us, don't forget there's

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commentary on the Plymouth Argyle match beginning shortly over on BBC

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Radio Devon and we are back with you tomorrow at 6. 30. From all of us

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here, good night. I could be a boxing champ,

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AND build your computer.

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