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A ?1 million makeover. Plans to so it's goodbye from me.

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A ?1 million makeover. Plans to return this stretch of coastline to

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its preoccupation days. The aim is to return it to its natural state, a

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sand and shingle beach which will offer a coastal defence and good for

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the area. Plus high-tech teaching, experts

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gather in Guernsey to discuss cutting-edge education.

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And a record-breaking victory for Jersey sailor Phil Sharp.

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And this weekend across the island, we will seize on showers. Some of

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them heavy, but final on Sunday and turns warmer for the start of next

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week. -- but fine weather on Sunday. For nearly 80 years,

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it's dominated one of Guernsey's most popular beaches -

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but now the writing's on the wall for the concrete

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defences at L'Ancresse. Plans have been revealed to demolish

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sections of the huge wall It's after safety concerns over

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cracks that have appeared. But it all depends on getting

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funding approval for Today, it's one of Guernsey's most

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popular and instantly But during the Occupation,

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the Germans were worried it could be vulnerable to a D-Day type assault

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with tanks and landing craft. So they built this -

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a 900-metre long wall to keep The problem is it has no foundations

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and 70 years on, the walls are showing the effects of exposure

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to the elements. The Environment and Infrastructure

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Committee insists it is safe for now, but have drawn up

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long-term plans to transform The aim is to return it to more

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of its natural state, so a sand and shingle beach

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which was present prior to the wall being constructed which will offer

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a coastal defence in itself and should also offer increases

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amenity for the area because you'll still be able to enjoy this lovely

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beach that we have here 'll But it all hinges on funding

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being approved by the Policy Well, I think it would be

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foolish not to accept it. If it comes forward that they don't

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want to put the money forward, then I think they'd need to give

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some pretty substantial justification why they would think

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that's an OK option because something definitely needs

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to be done, it needs to be done sooner rather than later,

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it's needed to be But even if approved,

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it will mean disruption for beach users over the summer and it leaves

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the future of the States-owned kiosk I am concerned that it wouldn't be

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economically viable but I can only trust in what they're telling us

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at the moment and hope that But for now, there are no concrete

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plans until funding's approved and hopes of restoring the beach

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to its pre-Occupation Technology experts from around

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the world are in Guernsey With teaching methods changing

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rapidly, the Channel Islands are trying to position themselves

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at the cutting edge But what does this mean

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for teachers, children School - it's changed a lot

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since I went through it The buildings may look the same,

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but technology inside has There are now things like these -

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VR, smart whiteboards, tablets and laptops,

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e-textbooks, and now the way children learn and taught

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is changing completely. Here in Guernsey, a special

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conference is taking place showing teachers how to harness the power

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of new techology for a greater What will the classroom be

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like in two years' time? When it is possible to speak to the

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space station using your technology, why not do it? We are trying to make

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teachers understand what is possible. This is a Guernsey -based

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teacher, all this technology flying around, isn't making life

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complicated or easier? Certainly easier. But it is a journey that

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will take quite a while to get to that point but we have to teach it.

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This is Guernsey's education development officer. A lot of

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parents will be watching, thinking what is going on. What do parents

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need to know? What we need to know is how important digital skills are.

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Full children from Guernsey and for the economy. We will be sending more

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information out of parents, inviting them out to schools and showing them

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how we can use technology in an effective way.

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But it's not just about new learning techniques, it's about keeping

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We struggle to hold data in-school and keep it secure. It is costly.

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And the amount of work that is being produced in the media means that is

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difficult. Keeping it in the cloud takes those problems away from the

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school. The event's running all weekend

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and could provide a chance for the Channel Islands to be

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at the cutting edge In other news, it's emerged people

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in Jersey have been refusing to answer a telephone poll

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about changes to the island's voting system because they're

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worried it's a scam. The States has commissioned

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the polling company Ipsos MORI to call 1,000 people

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for their opinions on electoral reform -

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but when the call comes through, it looks like it's from

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the US or elsewhere. But the company says it's down

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to how the call has been routed. Jersey is looking to involve more

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people in the way it makes decisions The Health Department says it wants

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to be more transparent, and to involve patients

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and clinicians in the way It says the plans aren't

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about saving money and that sharing experience and expertise

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will improve how care's delivered. One of the good things about how

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this partnership will work is the voice at the table for patients, the

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voice for the third sector, the fact that it will meet in public and

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people can go along and listen to the debate, here about the judgment

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is being made. Because sometimes those judgments will be hard.

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Therefore people can be reassured that people are taking the job

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seriously, looking at the evidence and coming up with their best plans

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and taking them to the Minister to come up with the best decision.

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Alderney Electricity is unveiling plans to update the way

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the island generates power, making it more

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Alderney's existing diesel generators are between

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The company wants to replace them with six new ones that can

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run on either diesel or greener biofuels.

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It also plans to use waste heat from the power plant to heat

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community buildings, including the island's

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The kit here has served us well but there are opportunities out there we

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cannot take them on the job so we are planning a clean sweep and

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installing new equipment everywhere. We will have available feeds for

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properties nearby with new businesses that can use that heat.

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Women also put renewables into the mix. A few years from now, Alderney

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will think about energy in a completely different way.

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A record-breaking victory - Jersey yachtsman Phil Sharp has

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taken top honours in this year's Normandy Channel race.

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He and his co-skipper Pablo Santurde crossed the finish line after four

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days and 13 hours at sea - a new record and even more

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incredible as the boat and its electronics was powered

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Very elated, very happy indeed, but tired. It has been a long week of

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offshore racing. We have some tough competition and very tough weather

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conditions. We saw everything from very light winds two very strong

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ones. After last year's race, where we finished a close second, it was

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fantastic to win. That is two wins out of two, how are you feeling

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about the next race? Very confident. It has been the best of because have

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hoped for to the season. The boat has been great and I am looking

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forward to getting into the oceanic races, the race from France to the

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Azores and back. A different concept of a raise, much more strategic. I

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can't wait. The line-up has been announced

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for Jersey's Festival Of Words It's the third year it's been held

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and will have a mix of visiting Younger book fans will be treated

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to readings by Lauren Child, who created Charlie And Lola,

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and Clare Balding will be Professor Richard Dawkins is talking

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about his collection of essays, size in his soul. Dame Jenni Murray will

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be there, and Alexander McCall Smith, a prolific writer, known for

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his detective series and he will be talking about his life and work in

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general. Just before we get

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the weekend's weather - we made the most of the sun to visit

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Jersey's Orchid Field today. The Noir Pre in St Ouen is cared

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for by the National Trust. The Channel Islands is the only

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place in the British Isles where a particular species of wild

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orchids grows naturally. And as you can see

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they are rather pretty. The National Trust is holding

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its open day this Sunday coming. David, is it orchid-friendly

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weather this weekend? I think it definitely is, the

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orchids need a little rain now and again. So do many flowers and

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plants. Showers are possible again tonight. And tomorrow. We have had

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rainbows today. This weekend, there will be some showers around, but

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they will die out. Then we will have sunshine and it will turn warmer.

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Higher temperatures heading into Sunday and next week. The satellite

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picture is a mess at the moment but there is an area of low pressure,

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two areas of low pressure straddling Britain. Searching around them are

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showers, more to come tonight and tomorrow morning. -- circling around

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them. Then eventually, this high-pressure moves in from the

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south for Sunday and Monday. It may call slightly on Monday, but it

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starts to come back next week, high pressure. A scattering showers

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around this evening, across western parts. Some of them will head our

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way later but the showers across Ireland will move in. Later tonight,

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showers will turn up and there will be a small chance of them being

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heavy and the risk of thunder by the morning. Tomorrow, expects showers

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from the start of the day. By late morning into the afternoon, they are

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isolated and the second half of the day is fine and dry. These are the

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high water times. The surfers macro will expect to have choppy

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surf. The winds are from the West or Southwest. Sunday is a warm day, a

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dry day and with the winds from the south, we will see some sunshine and

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it will be hazy at times. The fine weather returns on Tuesday, hazy on

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Monday. And I see those all kids later, have

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a good evening. Back at APN. Exeter City are heading for Wembley

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and possible promotion. We'll have reaction from the fans

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and the chairman in a moment. I'm on Watergate Bay, which is

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celebrating ten years of polo on the sand.

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It's time for the sport now and what a night for Exeter City.

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Natalie's here with details of their amazing victory.

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Exeter City have booked their place at Wembley after a dramatic

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finish in their play-off match with Carlisle.

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The first leg in Cumbria had produced a thrilling three all draw

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and the crowd at St James Park were treated to another incredible

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game which will live long in the fans' memory.

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that the best part of 7000 fans, they would 2-0 up, they went back to

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Wembley. Bottom of the league in Wembley. Bottom of the league in

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came as no surprise when Gold mother came as no surprise when Gold mother

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17 came for the season, after just 17 minutes. The goals dried up until

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little over ten minutes to go but it was that man again, the football

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league's young Player of the Year, showing exactly why he had caught

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the eye. This Carlisle side refused to give up and just like in their

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previous encounters, they hit back with a goal almost immediately and

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in the last minute, they drew level. Suddenly, the chance of we are going

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to Wembley looked a bit premature as extra time loomed. But Jack Stacey

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had other ideas, and what time and what a way to score your first goal

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for the club. The fans could celebrate now. There would be no

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time left for another comeback. Absolutely ecstatic. We bought

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Carlisle were going to do it and we snatched it. That was male bar team.

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Brilliant. It was close. I nearly had heart failure. They deserved it.

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That was how the manager saw it, too. One word over and over again,

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stay positive. We made decisions in the cold light of day but if that

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had happened, we would have stayed positive. We left three attackers,

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we thought we could score more goals than them and that is what we did.

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The next job is to score more goals than Blackpool on Sunday. Win there,

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and they can celebrate for what looked like not happening for much

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of the season, I return to League 1. Well, things are a bit calmer

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at St James Park today but there's still plenty of excitement

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as Chairman Julian Tagg I didn't even try to go to sleep

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after 3:30am after couple of gin and tonics so it is beginning to sink in

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and the work started this morning, both inside the ground and in

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ticketing and so on. It is a wonderful feeling and what a way to

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win a football match. I think I was just talking to somebody this

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morning and it was Jack Stacey who scold the goal in the 95th minute, a

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great advert for football, but if he is watching, that is one of Eamon's

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boys on loans from us from Redding, so he will be delighted. So are we.

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In the relegation zone in November and now you are off to Wembley. Yes,

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it has been a bit of the rebel Bill roller coasters. I do remember

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speaking back in October, November, the manager during all the right

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things but there is a lot of pressure that comes with that and to

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keep doing what we were doing and having trust and it has proved

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right, we are exactly as you say, now the rewards are going to

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Wembley, so that will be a great day out for the football club and for

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the whole of Exeter. Did you personally always keep the faith?

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Always. I suppose I am in a privileged position -- position. I

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knew the extent of the injuries. Paul could hardly pick a team, and

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from home. Yes, I can see that from home. Yes, I can see that

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you've got to keep on doing the right things and it will come right.

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Amazing scenes last night. How many of those fans will you take to

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Wembley? We start with 20000 and work from there. 20,000 tickets

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allocated, it is easy to go on our site, click through, you get our

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tickets, there is no restrictions, web is a big place, and we want to

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get as many people from Exeter as we can. Another great day out, it will

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be our third visit there. Well done for last night and thank you for

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talking to us. There's a huge weekend ahead

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for the Exeter Chiefs who are also They're one game away from a return

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to Twickenham for a second The Chiefs secured tomorrow's semi

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final play-off at Sandy Park Rob Baxter's team will take

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on reigning champions Saracens with the winner set to face either

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Wasps or Leicester in We haven't work as hard as we have

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two fight our way back into the top six in the top four and win as many

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games as we did to make sure we got to the semifinals and now turn

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around and say we never planned to have Saracens. We talked about what

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it takes to become champions and you have to beat Saracens beat the team

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that beat Saracens. When you do play against Saracens, they can bring

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anything. It is a bit special. Speaking with other slayers, it is a

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bit daunting. -- players. And the Cornwall rugby team could be

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heading to Twickenham too - they're one game away from the next

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weekend's final of Tomorrow, they take on Hertfordshire

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at Camborne with a 3pm kick off. A win or a draw would guarantee

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a fifth consecutive final and the chance

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for a hat-trick of titles. Full commentary on BBC Radio

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Cornwall tomorrow afternoon. And before I go, just time to tell

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you that tonight it's free entry to watch Plymouth Speedway

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at St Boniface Arena. You'd better be quick though -

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the first race is at 7.15. When it comes to thrills and spills,

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most people associate Watergate Bay It's not necessarily

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a place you associate But polo on the beach is just

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as exciting as catching a wave, John Henderson joins us now

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with a game in full swing. You are looking at Cornwall, in the

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blue, taking on the rest of the world there. A slight gap between

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chuckas. This is to debunk the populace they read that polo is for

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those who drink champagne. Andy Burgess is a polo player and coach

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involved in this and he told me it is not quite the case. There has

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been this misconception of polo being an elitist sport. We are

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trying to break down those barriers more and more. This gives us a great

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opportunity to allow people from all walks of life, to come along, it is

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free to attend event, and it is brilliant, anybody can come, come to

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the beach, watch high-class polo, and what a place to watch it. Yes,

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it is incredibly vast paste. They are about to crank it up in a

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moment. The ponies can reach speeds of 30 miles an hour. They can turn

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on a sixpence, it really is high octane stuff. A lot of people liken

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it to hockey with rugby on horseback. It is very physical, we

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each other, safely. You have to be each other, safely. You have to be

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very fast, have a good eye for the ball, it is exhilarating, it is flat

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out fun. Interestingly enough, it is one of the few sports in the world

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where all the players have to be right-handed. If you are left and on

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a horse and going for a ball in between to, you could have a head on

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collision, not good at all, and it is quite tricky to use the sticks.

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Because of ABC health and safety guidelines, I was prevented from

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getting on the back of one of these ponies here. I got on the back of a

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pick-up truck. That is it, Stuart. Your hips turning and the power

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coming through. You can open your hips through the shot. I see. As

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have another go. Keep looking down. Good. Better. Now, this isn't the

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only beach related act typically that is going on this weekend. Let's

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have a little look at what else is on. All watery convened what is on

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this weekend. It has become one of the biggest sporting events of the

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year in extra. The edge race cup is a high profile site surfing

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competition. This weekend, Plymouth is hosting round one and two of the

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British water ski racing championship. The Exeter Marathon

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starts at nine o'clock on Sunday outside St James's Park stadium and

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finishes later. Every dog has its day, and this one is really pushing

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the boat out. The audience will be able to watch

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the amazing spectacle from the Riverside deals.

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I think the rest of the world have just scored a goal, there goes the

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ball, flying through the air. We've got one of the balls here, being

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held by William Ashworth. How is the event going? Really well. We've got

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fabulous weather, great crowd, and it is only Friday. And a great

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advert for Cornwall. A brilliant advert for Cornwall. It is great, it

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is terrific. We will leave it there. They are in the throes of battle

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here. I don't know which one is my trusty steed. I'm not entirely sure

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what is happening, it is pretty chaotic. Back to you in the studio.

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That sums it up. Good commentator, isn't he a!

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A lovely Sammy -- sunny evening there. And a lot going on outside by

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the sounds of it. How is there. And a lot going on outside by

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the sounds of it. How is the weather shaking up?

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We have had some fine weather. Not everyone has been wet today. Some of

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us woke up to a beautiful start. This was the cached jury first thing

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this morning, glorious right weather. We can see the cloud

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bubbling up already, quite early in the day, in Dorset, that cloud

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produced some huge, heavy showers, and those showers are rumbling away

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this evening. They will move up the way -- out a way and this weekend,

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sunny spells, a few heavy showers tomorrow, Sunday the bit warmer and

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largely right-hand dry. Some of the events will be affected by showers

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tomorrow. The weekend improves and the area of low pressure begins to

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move out of the way through the day tomorrow and coming up from the

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south-east, a rigid high-pressure, which will settle wings down and

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give us good temperatures. This threatens from the west but heads

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north up towards Iceland so actually, the next few days, apart

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from the showers tomorrow, are largely financed right, and that

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will continue into next week. Good temperatures as well. This was the

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satellite picture from earlier today. The brighter colour, the

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across the eastern part of Devon. across the eastern part of Devon.

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This was earlier today, the shot from here, looking out onto the

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sand. It has been a fairly us to read Day in places. Quiet. For this

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afternoon, our cameraman caught it in between the showers, some fine

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views, looking out to sea. You can see in the distance, that looming

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cloud, that produced some heavy showers. The wind picked up

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dramatically in those showers. They will fade tonight and we are left

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with clear sky until the next line of showers approaches from the West,

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mainly affecting Cornwall. Whether it is guys are clearest longest,

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that is where we will see the lowest temperatures, tomorrow, showers

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affect in Cornwall, transferring their way into Devon and Dorset and

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Somerset. By the time they get further east, they could be

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thundery. Some late sunshine here are top temperature of 15 or 16 Digg

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Viz -- 16 degrees. The last days tomorrow but for the clear up, it

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looks like it will be a right, fine day. They are is a silly seeing some

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showers tomorrow, find a rest of the day. These times of high water.

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Choppy surf for our surfers. And the coastal waters forecast, generally

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good visible at it. Sunday's forecast, a nice day, warm as well,

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even warmer by Monday of next week. Have a

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even warmer by Monday of next week. Have a nice weekend.

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Thank you, I will be dodging that shower at the Devon County show

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tomorrow. Come and see is that the BBC marquee, but from all of us

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here, have a lovely weekend. Goodbye. Goodbye.

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