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top story tonight: Arrested at gunpoint. The innocent

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passer-by mistaken for a bank robber. Neil Evans spent 16 hours

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and a cell after being held by armed police. They handcuffed me,

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dropped into my knees, went through my pockets. Then there taser, a

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policeman shuddered, if you move again, I will put 10,000 volts

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through your body. Also tonight, law and disorder.

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Young people debate the cause of the riots. You talking about

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engaging with young people and asking them to give you the answers.

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But you're the ones that want �80,000 a year driving about with

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your four-by-fours. Deal with the problem.

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A last weekend at home as our soldiers head back to Helmand.

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nervous and worried. You can't say you're not worried because you've

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got the chance of dying. What about that for an entrance?

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Joined the later one of the live from the Chatsworth show. -- joined

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me later from the live Chatsworth show.

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Welcome to Friday's programme. I'm Dominic Heale. And first tonight, a

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man who was wrongfully arrested at gunpoint on a city street has been

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talking about his ordeal. Neil Evans was surrounded by armed

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police, threatened with a taser and spent 16 hours in a cell. Police in

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Leicester thought Mr Evans had robbed a bank. He's been speaking

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to Helen Astle. This was the moment when Neil Evans

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was arrested by armed officers on Tuesday. Neil, from Wales, had been

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taking a break from working in Leicester. Two police cars were

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parked down the bottom, drove up towards me and parked right by the

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side of me. So I stood there and looked. It must have been 30

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seconds before they got out. They got out of the van. They started

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screaming, hands on your head. I took one look around, to see if it

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was me they were dropping to. They handcuffed me, dropped me to my

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knees, went through my pockets. Then a police officer with a taser

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shouted, if you move again, I will put 10,000 volts through your body,

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so by that time I was starting to get really worried. I just thought

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it was a big joke. I was expecting Jeremy Beadle to come out! Go was

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down on my knees asking them what I have done. -- I was dominies. They

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were shouting at me, you have rocked the National Building

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Society. That is when it started. - - you have dropped. Neil spent 16

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hours in a sale. They opened the cell door. They said pick up your

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stuff. They gave me a lift back to the hotel, but there wasn't an

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apology. Neil is now looking to go back home to recover from the

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experience. And tonight Leicestershire Police

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have told us they have since apologised to Mr Evans and say no

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further action will be taken against him.

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Last month's riots were a sign of 'moral collapse', according to

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David Cameron. He told the BBC this morning that those responsible need

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to be shown some 'tough love'. But in Nottingham, there's a different

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approach. There, young people have been invited to put officials on

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the spot to talk about the cause of the troubles and to question the

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opportunities available to teenagers and young adults. Simon

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Rhetoric was replaced with a rapid not to impose my council chamber

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today. Young people aged 13-25 came to question major decision-makers.

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And make their voice -- and make their voice heard about the debate

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about the riots. There is not a lot to do. People are not being

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listened to. It is a number of things that have come together.

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people that I saw in the riots felt powerless before. I got quite a few

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messages on Facebook being invited down to it. Those people are still

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walking about free on the streets. I was on Victoria Centre. I shook

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my friends hand. I was accused of try to sell him drugs. If you don't

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know about hip-hop, you're not gonna get access. Martin Glynn is a

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criminologist who has worked with one of the world's toughest games.

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Listen to the voices of these young people, whether right or wrong.

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There is not the issue. The voice is -- the issue is they must be

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The PM repeated his view that of the riots were pure criminality but

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this debate as says that many people in Nottingham believe that

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cuts in education and youth services and a sense of social

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inequality also played a role. are hoping that decision-makers

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will make pledges as a result of today's event. They will promise to

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make even a small change in relation to how they work with or

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involve young people in the decisions made.

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A man will appear in court tomorrow morning, accused of murdering a

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three-year-old boy in Leicestershire. Dylan Crean from

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Albert Village near Swadlincote was airlifted to hospital with serious

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injuries, but died on Wednesday. The man, who's 21, also faces two

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counts of actual bodily harm. He'll appear before Loughborough

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Magistrates. Police civilian staff in

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Nottinghamshire walked out today for the second time this week. The

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24-hour strike by some Unison members follows a row about how

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redundancies are being handled. Police managers say Tuesday's

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action had a minimal effect on services. But the union disputes

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this and says it's had more support today. Several hundred East

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Midlands soldiers are heading off to Afghanistan from next week. The

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Mercian regiment 1st Battalion The Rifles is beat gaining its 4th tour

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of duty -- is beginning his 4th tour of duty in a country are

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reporting of the, is have died. For many of their soldiers this is

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their last weekend at home with friends and family. Our social

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affairs correspondent reports. In towns and villages across the

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East Midlands, boys next door are heading off to war. Pat Ford is

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taking a secret weapon. Pat's guitar is being sent to hell man to

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help boost morale. He was training as a music teacher before joining

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the Army. I will see change if there are schools opening. I will

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Of course I'm worried. I'm worried when he goes out on a night out in

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Leicester! But, you know, I'm bound to be worried. I'm his mother.

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man will be one of the younger soldiers in Helmand, he has just

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turned 18. He is preparing to leave his little brother and sister in

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Derbyshire. We have done pash to language. I know how to say what's

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your name? And how to say my name. I am excited but worried. You can't

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say you're not worried. Because you've got the chance of dying.

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Kyle Smith from Nottinghamshire lost one of his best friends and

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Afghanistan. Last year, Prince Charles awarded him a top military

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honour for braving heavy gunfire to rescue two injured comrades. And he

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was second-in-command at this team as they trained for the latest

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deployment. Just having a conversation with the lads helps a

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lot, it takes it off your mind and it changed me. I look at things in

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a different way. Perspectives, you realise what you've got at home,

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and how they live and what you've got. You respect everything you've

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got and you grow up a lot as well. I got back home more of a man.

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Jamie Mumby is preparing for his first tour of duty. His mum is

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supporting the Mercian regiment, too, by selling these wristbands

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for charity. Anyone can work in a shop, pull a pint behind the bar.

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But they don't really experience the thrill and adrenalin pumping

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through you. Friends come to me and says to me, were you devastated

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he's going to Afghanistan? SA, no, this is what he wants to do. This

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is positive, he wants to be a soldier. These are the faces behind

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the uniform. Neighbours, schoolmates and sons, young men

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putting their lives on the line. Still to come on the programme.

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Five games into the new season and there's high drama at the City

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ground. The word is Forest boss Steve McClaren will quit this

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weekend. Our sports team will have the very latest on that, so don't

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It's one of the biggest events in the Chatsworth calendar. This

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weekend's Country Fair will attract thousands of people to the heart of

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Derbyshire, including our very own Kylie Pentelow.

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Hello! You join me at this, the 30th Chatsworth Country Fair and as

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you can see there are plenty of people enjoying the evening

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sunshine. For many, the highlight of the show was the first public

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display by the Red Arrows. That is since the death of Flight

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Lieutenant Jon Egging. He died in a crash in Bournemouth. The team paid

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tribute to their fellow pilot and friend. It was a fantastic display

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and an emotional one, too, not only for those watching, but, of course,

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those remaining eight pilots. Earlier, I spoke to their squadron

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leader, red Ed 10 of the Red Arrows. It was extremely moving and more so

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than I thought was going to be because the crowd were amazing. It

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is significant for us because this is our way to honour Flight

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Lieutenant Jon Egging. We were eager to do this display. It seemed

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to me that people were emotional to see you as well. What has the

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response be Micras make the response has been overwhelming and

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we could not have imagined the outpouring of support and

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condolence. We are all bowled over at the Red Arrows in many ways by

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the support we have had but just from the British community, but

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also the international community. And the squadron leader was

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inundated with people asking for his autograph or simply wanting to

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shake his hand. They have been thousands of people here today. So,

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is this a good sign for the tourism industry here in the East Midlands?

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People are apparently staying at home rather than going abroad and

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campsite owners are trying to attract people by combining camping

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with a bit of glamour. They call it glamping.

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Camping never used to be like this. Welcome to glamping, the glamour

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end of the camping market. There are proper beds with duvets. Over

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here, there is almost a fitted kitchen. Decking on the floor as

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well. All aimed at people who just fancy a little bit more... Luxury.

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The tents already waiting for you and it is aimed at people who do do

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do it don't want the hassle of bringing their tent putting up,

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taking it home words, bringing all the gear with them. They can shove

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their duvet in the car and off they go. This site in Nottinghamshire

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car part of the camping and caravanning Club, has been busy all

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year. And figures suggest more of us are holidaying in England, but

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spending less. In 2010, nearly 8 million people holidayed here.

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400,000 up on 2008. Spending was around �1 billion. That is down by

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around �31 million in two years. At this B&B in Leicestershire, last

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year was its best ever for guest numbers. We fit the bill. We are

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less expensive but provide all the lovely facilities that they would

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expect from a country house hotel. Back here, it is thought glamping

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in safari tents could make the great outdoors even more attractive.

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The safari tents offer floor beds, it is a bit more luxury, and you

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don't have to pack everything. people that want to test it out and

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see if they like it, it is great facilities. Fantastic. And if you

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are a glamping, what about this why five-star toilet block? Black

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marble on the walls, and even underfloor heating. Thousands of

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people have come to the Country Fair and they are still here.

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Nobody wants to go home. It is a critical show in the Chatsworth

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diary and, earlier, I asked the Duke of Devonshire just how

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important it really is. Well, it is the biggest event we have in a year.

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So to see the sunshine, it was great. How does it seem to you in

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terms of visitor numbers? This has been the busiest Friday we have had.

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It is exciting. The highlight for many people will have been the Red

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Arrows show. How was that for you? I think the Red Arrows have been

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unbelievably professional, not surprisingly, because that is what

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they are. It was a very moving performance, as always.

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Particularly moving today, for obvious and. Reasons. It seemed to

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me that the crowd, although they enjoyed it, there was an element of

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people being emotional about it. did want to have a thing, and we

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wanted complete silence over the Showground. Tell me about the next

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few days of the show. I am looking forward to it. It is non-stop fun.

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That was the Duke of Devonshire. That is all from need for now, but

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later I will be back with a real flavour of the country fair and,

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Dominic, I might get close to one of those balloons over there...

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You take care. Time for sport with Colin. Winnie

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the transfer date had been dramatic in its inactivity. But it was a

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shock what appeared on the back pages. Only one place to start. The

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club have released a set -- statement saying that Steve McLaren

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will not be leaving after that widespread speculation that he was

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to quit. We have been far in their day's events.

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It has been an eventful day at the city Ground. These are the stories

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that fans were cut too. They say, Steve McClaren is to quit. We

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understand they are not without foundation. Apparently, the

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manager's agent leaked the stories to the paper's.

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McLaren had gone up North to consider his future and today,

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sources told us that he's -- his representatives were in a meeting

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with the board. The problem seemed McLaren was disappointed with the

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club's refusal to provide him with the tools he was promised when he

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arrived. After Sunday's defeat, he even hinted at this. We will know

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the ambitions of this club over the next few days. I think for to make

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years a lot of people have been frustrated. I now understand why.

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His complaints were not unfamiliar to fans who voiced their concerns

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on the message boards all day. criticised Billy Davies for the way

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he used to say about the lack of signings, but there might be some

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truth in that. Then, this afternoon, the club released a statement.

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Steve McClaren says it has never been my intention to consider

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leaving. The chief executive went on to say, as with all new

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relationships, there are teething problems. What this highlights is

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there has been internal wranglings and problems at the city Ground.

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Would the fans will now be hoping is that this draws a line under a

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tall and the club can go on to have a good season in the Championship.

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Much less drama at Notts County. For once. They play host to

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Bournemouth at Meadow Lane tomorrow afternoon. If you can't make it,

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there's full commentary on BBC Radio Nottingham.

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Rather more harmony at Leicester Tigers who will get their season

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underway on Saturday without 11 of their biggest names. They're

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heading to the World Cup, away for eight weeks. It means the Tigers

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face a real challenge to win back the Premiership title, starting

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with Exeter at home. Here's Ross Fletcher.

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There are one of the most powerful rugby clubs in Europe. Even

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Leicester Tigers will find it hard to cope without a battery of their

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best players. The World Cup has claimed the likes of a rising

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England start to a L&G. Ben Youngs and Tony Flood. And even the

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Italian maestro. We're used to having goes away. It is hard at the

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start of the year when you want points on the board and the

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majority of your best players are missing, but that is life. We don't

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say we need to win 22 games and that's it. That is not how it works.

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The reality is we have to deal with it. Seven new signings have soften

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the blow, including England international Matthew Tait. After

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losing in last year's Premiership final, the pressure is on to

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deliver, and deliver only. You've got either retain or win something.

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I don't think that changes. That is driven by the players, the coaches,

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and expectations of the supporters as well. Those players have to be

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at our standard. We need to be good. They have to be up to our level. We

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are not dropping to their level for. So, 11 Tigers players missing

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because of the World Cup. The pressure to wrestle back the

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Premiership title remains. Not just the Tigers whose season is

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starting tomorrow. Nottingham Panthers are hitting their first

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pucks in anger too. And for two of the Nottingham new boys, the game

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which is a historic family affair. They like to say they are a family

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but the two of the lads getting out, it really is true. Jordan Fox and

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Brock Williams are cousins. These North American boys have a family

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and in Nottingham connection. This is the team at 58 and amongst this

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cheery bunch is Jordan and Brock's granddad. He loves the fact we are

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here. He likes to get in touch with his alumni. He is a little more

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excited about it than we are. is not a lot of players can say

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that they have what we have. never had these sorts of gym

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workouts but he and his family is certainly knew their hockey and not

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just through their grandson's. On the right is broke's dad. He is an

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NHL legend. You are born with skids in your crib and if you're not a

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guy in the family, you're not really spoken to. Is it ostracism?

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If you don't skate, you're not part of the family. Some of the younger

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ones, they are a lot better than we were at their age. As for the boys,

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well, they've now seen the support of over 1,500 people turning out to

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see them train. They know what is expected. The fans have always

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expected a lot. We know. We need a big one. Granddad will be coming to

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visit, they promise. Maybe he will see a new Championship.

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Cricket finally, and, as expected, Leicestershire soundly beaten at

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Lords by Middlesex. Thanks, Colin. Apart from the sport, there are two

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other big events on this weekend. I'll be presenting prizes for the

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best vegetables at the Sutton Bonnington show on Sunday. And, of

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course, on a slightly grander scale, we have the Chatsworth Country Fair

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which started today. Time to go back to Kylie.

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Hello. We are in the main ring now and with some lovely hot-air

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balloons. It is very hard, which is nice. We have seen all sorts today.

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Thuggery, parachute jumps and, of course, the BBC's Midlands Today

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team are also here, too. But to give you a real flavour of the show,

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we sent our correspondent to have a look a round.

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You can't escape them. Dogs in the country there are inseparable. The

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dog displays attract canine and human fans. This is the 30th

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Country Fair and it all goes like clockwork. There is an electric

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point there... You can spot the organiser and the other stewards by

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their trademark red socks. Chris told me it has two weeks of frenzy

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to set the fare up right up to this morning's open ing. It is the 4th

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road bridge. We never stop. We are preparing bits and bobs of work for

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next year. Thousands of people are getting the traditional country

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look. And not so traditional. Getting those old-fashioned

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fairground experiences. Whatever their age. The Fair draws people

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into Derbyshire from all the surrounding counties. I am from

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Manchester. Just come down to see it. See what it is about. We are

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from Solihull. It is not busier. I've come to see the Red Arrows and

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the Household Cavalry. With all those thousands, you need the

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emergency services on hand. Police, ambulance, fire... We tell it!

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is a serious one fire engine. I go to schools, big shows... And big

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It is impressive when they do that, isn't it? Earlier today, I stumbled

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over cricketer Michael Vaughan who has some involvement with

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Chatsworth. I asked him why he is here. I live in the village. I

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would have been here anyway. Mostly in the wine-tasting tent. I have

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got official duties like cooking. Do like being in -- involve? I like

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it. It is a good thing for the area. I generally spend my time with my

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mates in the wine tasting table... No drinks yet? Later on. 5 o'clock.

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In here, what have you got? Talk me through it. This is my up 10. I am

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patron of the Children's Hospital. The art is produced by cricket

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balls being hit, skimmed across the canvas, creating these images.

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slightly unusual change of profession. Once I retired, I

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wanted to kind of continue to hit the oddball. People would have

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thought I would have taken up a game of cricket on a charity

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occasion, but I went into a studio and smashed balls that canvases and

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caused chaos. Who buys them? They have been bought for around the

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country. A lot of people in London. A lot of cricket fans. The news --

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the new stuff, the splats and skims, and not a great deal to do with

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cricket, they are becoming trendy with modern art collectors. What

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else have had planned this weekend? I am here today and I've got to do

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a cricket match for England tomorrow at Durham car to

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commentate on that, but I am back on Sunday, which should be more

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relaxed. So, that was Michael Vaughan. As you can see, I am in

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this hot air balloon, and I have to say, don't try to get him a hot air

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balloon in a summer dress! But I am in here now. Now it is time for the

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Thanks. We have had a beautiful day here at Chatsworth. In fairness,

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the cloud was stubborn this morning. Eventually, I'd cleared. Perfect

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timing for the Red Arrows. We are in for a fine but September evening,

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right across the East Midlands. Tomorrow, on a whole will be dry

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with rain pushing and later on into the evening. First, thank you very

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much to fill up for sending and Looking at the pressure chart, we

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have got a weather front in the Atlantic expecting to bring the

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rain Sunday evening, Sunday morning. Before that, a nice end to our

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Friday. Temperatures down to 13 set -- 13. A milder light than usual.

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Most of the cloud will always be across the West. The best of any

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sunshine during Saturday or whizz across the East. Where we see the

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sunshine, it is going to be another one day, reaching 22, maybe even 23.

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We have also got pleasant, light winds. Saturday evening, that

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weather front routes through into Derbyshire first whiff some rain

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getting heavy into Sunday morning. Sunday morning, the afternoon

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especially, will be dry. Always a fair amount of cloud. It will be a

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cooler Sunday afternoon. As we go into the new week, you see it will

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turn unsettled with heavy rain on Tuesday. It will get windy and

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chilly. It is time to go back to kylie. How is she getting on with

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those balloons? Well, it has been a fantastic day

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here. I was hoping to go up and the Berlin but it is windy. I am trying

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to keep my feet on the ground as much as they can. It has been a

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