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East Midlands Today. First tonight - cyclists beware!

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Three men say they have been goosed from their bikes by a passing car.

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-- pushed. They will kill somebody if they don't get caught.

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Cashing in on the Ashes. 500 million people watched the semi-final in

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2009. If you can imagine, you cannot buy that sort of coverage. Fantastic

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for us. Plus, bearing fruit. The new organ donation campaign that

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is helping people like Jeff. And E heady mix. The brewer who has

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resurrected a long lost there. a traditional bitter. It is very

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clean. He has done a brilliant job. That's the warning from three men

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tonight, who say they've been knocked off their bikes by a

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passenger in a car. One man was left with a broken

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collar-bone after he was pushed from his bike, at the weekend. Speaking

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exclusively to the BBC, the men say they think the car involved was a

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silver BMW. This man has been cycling since he was living. He lets

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and breeze the sport he wrecked his shop. Last week, whilst out

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training, a car pulled up beside him. Someone pushed me from the car.

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He pushed me onto grass. I was going at quite some speed, 30 mph. I don't

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think they realised how serious what it is, what could happen. I could

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have had a broken neck. My good script -- my kids could have awaken

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up with no dad. They need to be found and stopped. The wheels go

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over the handlebars. Martin was left with bad bruises and graces. It

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seems he is not the only one. One week ago, Colin was cycling. He was

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also approached by a car and pushed from his bike. On Thursday, the

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incident with Martin happened and on Saturday, and the, about to cycle to

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the Tour de France, was forced on his bike -- of his bike. He was left

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with a broken collarbone. Shocked that somebody could maliciously run

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me off the road. Why? If I hadn't been wearing the helmet, I would

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have hit the road headfirst. Dead. A broken leg, broken back. I have

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severe bruising on my ribs. I have quite a nastily scratch down my arm

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and left side. I can't believe somebody would do that. You know?

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They could have killed somebody. three men say the car was an old

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silver BMW. They will kill somebody very soon. They need to get caught.

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It is going to happen. Well, it's been a fantastic weekend

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for sport with Andy Murray's amazing win at Wimbledon and the Lions Test

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Victory. The question is, will it continue?

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Well, tens of thousands of cricket fans from all over the world will

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descend on Nottingham, from this week, to watch the opening Ashes

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test match at Trent Bridge. It's a multi-million pound boost for

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tourism. And thanks to a global TV audience

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of hundreds of millions, the city will enjoy a priceless marketing

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campaign. This from Sarah Teale - the first of a series of special

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reports on the Ashes 2013. The Ashes has always attracted a

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mass audience. Back in 1926, even torrential rain did not put off

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these 20,000 fans from packing into Trent Bridge. Almost 90 years later,

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the appetite for the most tantalising of test matches remains

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a huge. Such is the excitement for the Ashes, this Test match sold out

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in just a matter of hours. Trent Bridge holds some 17,000 people. The

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fans will be coming from far and wide. In fact, over half of them

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will come from outside of the region. The Australian is, they will

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be here in full force also. They have bagged over 7000 tickets. Like

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the Grant family from Melbourne. They are getting a cracking views

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from the dressing room! The streams will come up here and come down

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here. The family or enjoying a tour of the ground. They planned their

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trip around this Test match. talked about coming this time, last

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year, but thought we might as well come for the Ashes. Absolutely!

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excited are Australians for the Ashes? It is huge. It is all

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everybody is talking about. grants will be talking about --

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making up the huge contingent of Australians coming here. This man's

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business is booming because of the Ashes. Everybody tunes in to watch

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the Ashes series. To have it in Nottingham, and Trent Bridge on the

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map, the local hotels will be full and the bars and restaurants.

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Everyone is going to benefit from that, locally, which is great news.

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It is not just about the number of tourists. It is about the priceless

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TV marketing also. We have visitors from all over the world. When you

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put that with the global TV coverage, it is a fantastic chance

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to showcase our county. It will be shown all over the world. In terms

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of global audience, how valuable is that? You could not buy it. We had

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500 million people watch the semi-final here in 2009. If you can

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imagine, you could not buy that sort of coverage, if you were trying to!

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Fantastic. For the whole five days of test, Nottingham is going to be

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on show to the outside world. To the best of my knowledge, every hotel in

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the city is full for each day of the Ashes. How important is that?

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Hugely. We know that people are staying here in the area and will

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spend over �200. That compares with ED visitor who will spend around

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�30. The impact and economic benefit of people staying over is amazing.

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The Ashes delivers a winning formula for tourism. Now, we just need to

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hope for a similar result on the pitch.

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Later in the programme, we'll be meeting some of the volunteers who

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will help direct the thousands of cricket fans expected in Nottingham

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this week. And we'll find out what the weather has in store for them

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and us. It's the start of the Ashes this

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week and that is normally be key for the rain but I think that is the

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only water we will see this week! Another week of drive weather. --

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dry weather. The Leicester City captain, Wes

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Morgan, has been found guilty of careless driving. He was fined

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�2,000 and narrowly missed an automatic driving ban.

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A trial heard the former Nottingham Forest player had dozed off at the

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wheel after not sleeping for almost 24 hours. Our chief news reporter,

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Quentin Rayner, was in court. He arrived an hour late for his trial,

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having got the date mixed up. His barrister told the district judge

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that his client made an apology to the court. In May last year, the

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player was driving back from an awards function in Leicester. At

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around 5am, he dozed off while driving on a flyover. He crashed his

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BMW into a roadside barrier on the bridge over the A52. He had not

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slept for more than 24-hour 's. The footballer said he briefly nodded

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off and swerved. No other vehicles were involved. Despite admitting

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that he had drunk throughout the evening, and officer reporting --

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and officers reporting a slight smell of alcohol on his breath, the

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court ruled that he had no reason to answer another charge. He was fined

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and given five penalty points. He already has six points.

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An extra 10,000 people have joined the NHS organ Donor Register since

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Nottingham's hospitals started a campaign, six months ago. And at the

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start of National Transport Week, they're urging even more people to

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talk about signing up. The Be a Hero campaign has been

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particularly supported by people whose lives have been saved by

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transplants, both young and old. With more details, here's our health

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correspondent, Rob Sissons. In the East Midlands, many people

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carry one of these, a donor card, or have signed up online - expressing

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their wish to give someone a new lease of life, in the event of their

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death. 1.3 million people are now on the Donor Register from our part of

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the Donor Register from our part of the world. That number isn't enough.

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Why? Well, only a very small number of people die in circumstances where

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they are able to donate their organs.

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It means 850 people in the east midlands are waiting for a

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transplant - be it kidney, lung or liver. And the number of people who

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die while waiting has reached six, so far this year. The Be a Hero

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so far this year. The Be a Hero campaign is all about changing that.

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An independent review is to be On dialysis for years, he never

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thought he would get one. Three years ago, when the call came, he

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was the oldest recipient in Nottingham, at 75. It was a dead

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donor and he gave two. There was a young man in the morning and I was

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done and afternoon. Inspiring stories like Jeff's have helped the

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campaign. They began spreading the message in January, getting more

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people to sign the online register or carry a donor card -- donor card.

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They are hoping more people will still join full stop it is something

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that people support. They know that they believe in organ donation but

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haven't got round to joining the register. We do ask people to join

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the register if that is their wish and talk to their families. Young

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and old back the campaign. Nicole, 15, was one of the youngest people

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to have received in organ, back in 2001. When I was three, I had a

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transplant. Someone donated their kidney to me. I think it has really

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changed my life for the better. More people should be in courage to do it

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because it does change people 's' lives. I think it is vital. As

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families, you need to get together and talk about these things. Get it

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out in the open. Might think it, but if you have not make wishes known,

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and we know first hand what a difference this has made. The family

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is helping spread the word in this National Transport Week.

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An independent review is to be carried out into death rates among

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patients in a large part of Nottinghamshire. The clinical

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commissioning groups which organise services in Newark and Sherwood, and

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Mansfield and Ashfield have ordered the inquiry. There's been public

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concern about death rates following the downgrading of Newark's Accident

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and Emergency unit. NHS managers say they want to sort out confusion. A

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separate inquiry is ongoing into death rates at Sherwood Forest

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Hospitals. Police in Nottinghamshire are still

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questioning a man on suspicion of murder. It follows the death of

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Denise Williamson, who was found with stab wounds at a house in

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Hazelwood, at Hucknull, on Friday night. She died shortly afterwards,

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in hospital. Detectives want to hear from anyone who may have had contact

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with her in the last few weeks. Police are appealing for further

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witnesses to come forward after the body of a man was found in a

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burnt-out car in a Leicestershire village. Emergency services were

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called to Frisby on the Wreake, in the early hours of yesterday

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morning, where the body was discovered. Officers believe those

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who attended Fristock, a local festival nearby, may have

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information that could help the inquiry. They are continuing to

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question three teenagers in connection with the incident.

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While the Ashes test takes place at Trent Bridge, tens of thousands of

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spectators will be coming to the city, many for the first time, and

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many from all over the world. So, to help promote Nottingham and

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give the best impression possible, a band of volunteers has been

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recruited - very much like the hugely successful scheme that took

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place in London during the Olympic games.

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With the next of her special reports on the Ashes, here's Sarah Teale.

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During the Olympics, an 8000 strong band of volunteers were the

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welcoming face of the games and helped visitors navigate their way

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around. The idea was such a success that similar ambassadors have been

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recruited for the Ashes, to meet and greet and get tourists and

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spectators any help they need. June last month's one-day international

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at Trent Bridge, the team were given their first test run. -- during.

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These are our volunteers. Don't let us enter up to! Obviously, we have

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trained volunteers. Today, they are having a trial run. There are nicely

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dressed. They are getting a briefing so that they are able to do exactly

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what they want to. The volunteers will be at the train

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station, the streets and around the ground, making sure everyone who

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comes to Nottingham gets the best impression of the city. Seven

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seconds as a rule. Seven seconds will make an impression. We never

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underestimate the power of volunteering. To be involved in the

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Ashes, in Nottingham, is just marvellous. I volunteered at the

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Paralympics and thought it was very worthwhile and enjoyable. As I live

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in Nottingham, it would be nice to give something back to the

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community. It is already public coming in, having a great time and I

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want to be part of that and making sure they enjoy themselves. -- all

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about the public. Community projects help Trent Bridge secure Ashes

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matches, not just this year but, in 2015 also.

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More to come in sport. And, a blast from the past!

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This brew contains a heady dose of nostalgia.

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Our sports team have been limbering up for the big clash for weeks now.

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And finally, the teams have arrived. Colin's been at Trent Bridge with

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England and Australia. This is wonderful. Its been a wait

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of nearly eight years but at last Trent Bridge can welcome another

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Ashes test and everything that goes with it. Surely the most beautiful

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test ground in England. Don't you think? The England boys will all

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think that if they can come up with a big first day on Wednesday and

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then take the first test here in what promises to be glorious

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weather. They arrive at this game with Britain riding a wave of

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sporting glory. Nottinghamshire and England's Graeme Swann in a positive

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mood today. The rugby was followed, you know, intently by all of us. And

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then Andy Murray yesterday winning it for England, not just for

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Scotland, but for the whole of the British Isles! It is fantastic and

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we hope to do the same. There is a feel-good factor that comes from a

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nation's sporting team doing well. We hope to tap into that and

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hopefully, in six weeks' time, we can be beside those guys as

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victorious English teams. Nottinghamshire's other hero will be

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walking down these steps later. A man who has cricket in his blood.

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His Dad played for England, his sister is an analyst for them. Not

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only are they the country's most famous cricketing family, they also

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run a charity very close to their Hearts. Kirsty Edwards reports.

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The past few years have seen Stewart become a household name. The poster

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boy of English cricket. It is a far cry from the days of playing in his

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garden. I always had this big wall, my sister's -- outside my sister's

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bedroom all. I used to throw a ball against it and hit it. Over the

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years, it got a huge cracks in the middle so my mum banned me from

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doing it. He was out there for hours. It was one of those things,

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it was better to have him out of the house in the garden so he was not

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disturbingly! On the field, Stewart has been living the dream. Three

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years ago, the family was hit by tragedy with the death of their

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stepmum. My wife was diagnosed with motor neuron disease in 2009, none

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of us knew anything about it at that time. Following her death, they

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launched an appeal, raising money for research and awareness of the

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disease. When she was diagnosed, it is one of those diseases that really

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affects you and want to have seen it, you don't ever want to stop

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helping people with that. appeal's a huge part of the

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family's life, as is cricket. What a summer for them with the Ashes.

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Stewart's already had Ashes success, just like his dad before him.

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Ashes memories are... A video he used to play me. It was him scoring

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his runs! He says I forced into Watchet. There was none of it. He

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was the one who wanted to watch it, more often than not. You can see the

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pride when the Ashes come up. You can see him, the things you remember

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for your whole life. The Ashes is always in my family. It has always

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been huge. It's been built up, now, for

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everyone. More Ashes talk in a moment but the first test here means

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that Nottinghamshire must play away for quite a while. They started

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their County Championship game at Surrey today needing points to keep

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close to the leaders. Meanwhile, Derbyshire are at Durham,

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also desperate for first division points - in their case, to try and

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lift themselves off the bottom of also desperate for first division

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points Behind does Windows, or where the sports Rod Kassar 's work,

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including the Test match special legends. -- the sports broadcasters.

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Including BBC Test match special's legendary commentator, Jonathan

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Agnew, will be here. The broadcasting favourite lives in

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Leicestershire and on the morning of the first test, how does he prepare

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to broadcast to millions across the world? With a walk with his dogs.

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Natalie and her greyhound Rosie went to join in.

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How are you doing? I hope you have your walking Boots on. Kind of!Here

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is my dog. Here is the other one. Dutiful here. They can here you go.

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On the morning of the first Ashes test at Trent Bridge, this is where

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you will find Jonathan Agnew. Is this what you do to relax and take

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your mind off it? Yes. An hour today, come up here. There are some

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lovely walks. It is a bit of fun and the dogs run and swim and we throw

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sticks. Yes, this and mowing! It is a bit soggy. It is a question of

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perspective, isn't it? Cricket is nonstop, these days. I am not too

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thrilled about back-to-back Ashes. You can have too much of a good

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thing. What are you doing in there? I am happy for Trent Bridge that

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they have got this. This will put them on the map. Everyone is talking

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about this match. We have had all the preamble in New Zealand. That is

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all very interesting but is done and dusted. Now the real stuff is

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coming. While England win?I think they're expecting them to do well.

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Some people are expecting them to win 10-0! I don't think that'll

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happen. It rarely happens. Australia are not great but they are not that

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bad! You have covered getting on for 60 Ashes test series, do you ever

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get bored? Never. In the first test of any series, it is a the best.

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Listening on the radio as a kid, I remember jumping out of bed and

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leaping into a taxi. I said to him, the gamma! And he recognised me. He

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said I was less handsome than I found of the radio! -- sound on the

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radio. If this dog was like a cricketer, who would she be? I'm not

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sure. She moves well. Legs like that, it would have to be Stuart

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Hall. The place is bubbling with excitement. Trent Bridge has enjoyed

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welcoming the two teams for the practice sessions today. There is

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lots more to come tomorrow. We have a special from here at Trent Bridge.

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You won't want to miss it. We will be giving you the best seat in the

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house. Excellent, can't wait. Next, I'll have a Shippo's. Say that

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to anyone of a certain age in Nottingham and chances are they'll

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get a little bit misty-eyed. A Shippo was a Shipstone's, a

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locally made beer which was the pint of choice for generations of

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drinkers. The ale was axed in 1990. But now, it's back.

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All of which seemed the perfect excuse, not that I needed one, to

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visit a brewery. The Star Brewery in Nottingham was

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once the biggest in the East Midlands. If a all was well known

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throughout the city and beyond. It made its Victorian founder very

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wealthy. Now, after a hiatus of 20 years, the beer is back. The

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trademark and recipe acquired by this man. Richard Nieuwenhuizen

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worked with the biggest brewers in the business but now, is going back

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to his roots. -- Richard Newell. Everybody I talk to, has got a

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story. It is about their first being Shippo's. Whether as themselves,

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their parents, brothers, somebody has a story about it. The new

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Shippo's is being made here, in Leicestershire. Colin Brown used to

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work for the company at the old Brewery and some of the equipment he

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is using came from there. The ingredients have not changed much

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either. Have done our research, digging through the archives. I have

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a good knowledge of what we were doing when the brewery closed. We

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have combined those things and come up with something that we believe is

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genuinely as close as we can get. Speciality ales like this are

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catching on. It is a crowded marketplace now but Richard and

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Colin wrecking that is a good thing. Then people are discovering locally

:24:55.:24:58.

made there and the older generation are rediscovering a forgotten

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flavour. If there is a bigger variety to choose from, all well and

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good. So, the sun is over the yard and it is time to put this new there

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to the test. I am going to hand it to the cameraman because I am told

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he has a far more discerning palate than me. They are you are. Have a

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little sick of that. A little drive. Thank you. -- a little sick. That

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good? Uden tasty drop? No. Cameramen are

:25:32.:25:42.
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always very thirsty. Let's have a will it has been a bit more bearable

:25:47.:25:52.

for those who do not like the heat. The high pressure is in charge so

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still dry but there is a little bit more moisture and cloud of the North

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Sea. That small change can make a big difference to the look and feel

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of the weather. That is how it has been in Lincolnshire, Leicestershire

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and eastern parts of Nottinghamshire. We have had a lot

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of crowd and temperatures have struggled to stop just 17 degrees in

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Lincoln. Further west, were the best of that country and has been, again

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we have peaked at 25 degrees. I think we are both going to be in the

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same boat for tomorrow. We are going to see a lot of cloud in the first

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throes of the morning but that should thin and break and get a blue

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sky for the afternoon. It is not a bad evening. That cloud is starting

:26:30.:26:33.

to thin and break. It is dry and clear for the first half of the

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night but we will see that low crowd drifting back into words the end of

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the night. A lot of cloud around to the end of the night. Temperatures

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not much more than 13 or 14 degrees. A disappointing start for most of

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us. A lot of low cloud around. I am quite hopeful that will break up,

:26:51.:26:54.

quite quickly, throughout the morning. We should have that lush

:26:54.:26:59.

blue sky back into the afternoon. Wall-to-wall sunshine. That will

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last into the evening. As a result, temperatures climbing up. There is a

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small blip for Wednesday. We have a very weak weather front that will

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drift its base southwards. It will introduce a lot of cloud. Not many

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interruptions for the first day Trent Bridge. It will be cooler and

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a lot cloudier. That forms will be back with a vengeance by the end of

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the week. The sunshine returns, plenty of other through Thursday and

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