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This is East Midlands Today with Anne Davies and me, Dominic Heale.

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Tonight, Leicester's closure`threatened ECMO heart unit

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attracts international support. But will it be enough?

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The eyes of the world may be on this centre, but there is still a

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question mark over its survival. Also tonight, a man accused of

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attacking a spiritual leader with an axe tells a court he only meant to

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frighten him. Plus, as the Midland mainline is

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finally electrified, some of these extraordinary 19th`century railway

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structures are being listed by endless heritage.

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And, delicate lace. This is a product taking the world by storm

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because you can eat it. Good evening. First tonight, it has

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saved countless lives but could it still be a countdown to closure for

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a specialist intensive care unit here in the East Midlands? ECMO was

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set up at Leicester's Glenfield hospital 25 years ago. Over the

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years it's attracted international attention. Today it was experts from

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Japan who came to see what they could learn from it. But its past is

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far more certain than its future which is still under review. Rob

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Sissons reports. Kirsty owes her life to the hospital

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and the artificial lung machine, ECMO. Her father was told what no

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parent ever want to hear. My family were told I had two days to live. I

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was on the ECMO for 13 weeks, and without that, I would not be here

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today. Not many people know what it is all a light clay`macro about, but

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it saves lives. These experts know what ECMO is, but have flown from

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Japan to find out the secrets as to why Leicester has survival rate is

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twice as good as in their country. We came here to find out what makes

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this system so good. We have learned a lot. We used to give antibiotics

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the whole time they are on ECMO... But it is tomorrow they are worrying

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about here children's heart surgery could still be stopped in Leicester

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and also ECMO. Birmingham has a new cardio ECMO unit which does very

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good work, but this unit would take many years to replicate in a new

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hospital. I am so grateful to be here and be ECMO saved my life. I

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ready think they should keep it open. It will save a lot of lives.

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What is the latest on the future of this unit? Yes, for years and years

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we have had the children's heart unit under review. The reason ECMO

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is tied up with all of that is because the expertise is shared. If

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the children's heart surgery unit goes then ECMO is no longer viable,

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we are told. The thing to bear in mind is any of us could end up

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there. During swine flu the worst affected patients from all over the

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country went there. It is the only unit in the country which is an ECMO

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unit for children, babies and adults. The arguments over it go

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one. Still to come ` a tough call for Davina.

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The TV presenter was battling the wind and rain today as she continued

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her 500 mile running, cycling and swimming challenge for charity.

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Davina did well to stay on her bicycle. I am at the environment in

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Nottingham. We have had gusts up to 60 mph today. Full details at the

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end of the programme. East Midlands Trains say that

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travellers are still facing some delays on its route from London. A

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tree has come down on the line between Kettering and Market

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Harborough. Services heading northbound to Nottingham and Derby

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are now able to run through to Leicester without being diverted.

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There are some delays of up to 30 minutes.

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The man accused of the attempted murder of a Sikh spiritual leader in

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Leicester has told a court he bought an axe intending to frighten his

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victim. Harjit Singh Toor from Oadby denies harbouring any intention to

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kill the man described by his followers as a "living guru". But he

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does admit wounding him. Eleanor Garnier reports.

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It was last August and his Holiness was visiting Leicester from the

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Punjab. This sleek temple in the city was packed, and it is here that

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the defendant, 27`year`old Harjit Singh`Toor from Oadby, an Orthodox

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seek, brought a three foot axe intending to frighten his victim. He

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denies attempted murder but admits Revis bodily harm. The prosecution

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alleges he was motivated by religious hatred, but he claims he

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was abused as a child by the religious leader back in the 1990s

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in India. Earlier in court, his Holiness said allegations that he

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had sexually abused Harjit Singh`Toor are totally absurd.

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Giving evidence on the third day of his trial at Birmingham Crown Court,

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Harjit Singh`Toor told the jury, " my emotions just erupted. I just

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remember wanting to hurt his hands. That is when I charged up onto the

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stage and swung the axe. I intended to hurt him. I wanted to harm him.

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It is probably the biggest mistake I have ever made in my life. I accept

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what I have done and that it was wrong. " the trial continues.

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Police are investigating the death of a baby boy at a house in

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Nottingham. Officers were called to a property in Carlton on Monday

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evening. A five`month`old baby boy was taken to the Queen's Medical

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Centre where he died. Police say the death is being treated as

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"unexplained". A postmortem examination took place today but no

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details have been released. A Derbyshire man arrested after

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offensive tweets were posted online about a missing boy has been charged

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with sending malicious communications. Darren Shepstone was

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arrested on suspicion of posting the messages on Twitter, after

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three`year`old Mikaeel Kular disappeared in Scotland last month.

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His body was found days later. The 26`year`old from from Langley Mill,

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will appear before Derby Magistrates later this month.

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Two men have been arrested as part of a Serious Fraud Office

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investigation into the Derby engine maker, Rolls Royce. A formal

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investigation into the firm began last year, amid concerns of possible

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bribery and corruption in Asia. Some of the allegations date back more

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than 20 years. Officers have searched several properties in

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London today. The company's declined to comment.

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It's an offence that's massively under reported yet has devastating

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consequences, according to police. It's the growing problem of cyber

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crime. Now the head of a specialist unit that tackles online offences is

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appealing for anyone who may have been a victim to come forward to

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report it. Simon Ward reports. Our increasingly connected lives

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bring many benefits, but the Internet is also a route for

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criminals to attack businesses, or any of us who are online. A

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conference behind closed doors at the Montford University was held to

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bring top detectives, companies and local authorities together. We often

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hear about major corporations having their systems hacked into, but now

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police are asking more companies to contact them if they think they have

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been victims of cyber crime. It can be quite devastating, particularly

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for companies that carry out a lot of commerce on line. They have their

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systems attacked, if their websites are brought down, it is hugely

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costly to them, both in terms of cash and also reputation. One of the

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important things about doing business online is trust about

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transactions. At the cyber Security Centre at the university, they teach

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students to become experts at beating the hackers. For criminals

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it is attractive. It doesn't cost a lot of money to do. The current

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penalties are far less severe than if you were to be dealing in drugs

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or other criminal activities. That is why it is such a focus for the

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government and for law enforcement in the UK. Cyber crimes can be a

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complex web to investigate. As soon as one crime is defended against,

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there will be many more to tackle, which is why experts say they want

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information as soon as systems are attacked.

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The TV presenter Davina McCall has been cycling through the East

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Midlands as part of a 500`mile charity challenge. Earlier this week

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she had to be carried from the water after a gruelling swim in the Lake

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District. And today's weather meant it was another tough day. Simon Hare

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reports. Davina McCall arrives to be greeted

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by the whole village school. Our you all right? Yes! It is brilliant! She

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is more than halfway through a challenge to swim, run and cycle

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from Edinburgh to London, all in aid of sport relief. Today is a bad day,

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weather`wise. We have really hit a wall with the wind. I have been

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nearly blown off by bike. I just want to get back on my bike and go.

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Could you do something like that? No, it would be really hard. She has

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to keep going in this weather, and it doesn't look like it will get any

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better. Just two days ago, she had to be dragged from an icy Lake

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Windermere. Lake Windermere was a real challenge. She was never in any

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danger because of the incredible team that surrounds her, but as you

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saw, she was on the very edge. She pushed herself to the limit.

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Incredible. It was scary for me, but I got well looked after. I don't

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think I will be able to watch that footage for a bit. You counting the

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hours or the miles? I am counting everything. And, with that, she was

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back on her bike, bound for Birmingham through the wind and

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rain. What a brave girl.

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Still to come: 30 years on from Sarajevo, we speak to gold medallist

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Jayne Torvill. She and Christopher Dean made history with this routine

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in 1984. She'll be telling us about the years of training and sacrifice

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that led to that moment. One of the oldest railway lines in

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the world is to have its heritage protected. 30 railway bridges,

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viaducts and tunnels along the Midland Mainline ` almost all of

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them in Derbyshire ` have now been "listed" by the Government.

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Campaigners said it was important for the historic landmarks to be

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saved, as the route from London through the East Midlands prepares

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for electrification. James Roberson reports from Derbyshire.

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Immortalised in bronze in the show, George Stephenson's heritage is

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largely remembered for the ground`breaking locomotives he and

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his son Robert built, like the rocket. But, unlike the Rocket,

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Stephenson's other great heritage does live on today. 170 years after

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they were built, the bridges, viaducts and tunnels are still in

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constant use. With so many original station is gone, English Heritage is

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keen that remaining structures are preserved. This is one of the

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earliest railway structures in Britain. And indeed in the world. It

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was built and 80 `` late 1830s. It was built at an angle. The archers

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were complicated to build, and it is one of the earliest archers like

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this in the world, so it is enormously significant. Endless

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heritage has looked through the archives and found original

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drawings. This was the Tamil them, and here the bridge today. In

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Belper, he carved to the town. The bridges and the nine are still in

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use. They had to keep the track as level as possible, yet deal with

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these hills and valleys and everything else. This is what they

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did fantastically well. While the Midland mainline is electrified from

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London to Bedford, it is only now but electrification north to the

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East Midlands is that last happening. The engineers now know

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where the really significant heritage is and they can take that

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into account and preserve every bit of it. English Heritage says later

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this year it will start looking at other buildings associated with the

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railway for possible testing, but it is satisfied historic structures on

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the line itself are now preserved for the future.

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30 years ago this week, an insurance clerk from a council estate and a

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policeman from a mining village made history. Jayne Torvill and

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Christopher Dean, both from Nottinghamshire, won Winter Olympic

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Gold with a stunning ice dance routine. It was watched on TV by

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half the British population. This week we'll be with them as they

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travel back to the scene of their triumph, Sarajevo. But tonight,

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Jayne gives us an insight into how it all began.

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As a child, I was really quite shy. I think when I was on the ice, I

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felt like somebody different, somebody else. The ice rink where I

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started dating `` skating was quite an old building, quite rundown. It

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was a magical place for me, even though there were mice and rats.

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After a few weeks I really pestered my parents for my own ice skates.

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They bought me a second`hand pair. Also I was allowed to have one

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lesson a week, which I absolutely loved. For us to find the time to

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escape, it was outside the 9`5 hours. There wasn't a lot of ice

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time available to us. Chris and I were in our early 20s when we

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realised that we had a chance, possibly, of a gold medal. We made a

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very big decision and decided to give up our jobs and concentrate, so

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that we could skate full`time. Each year we had to come up with

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something new and push ourselves. We started to get 0

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something new and push ourselves. We started to get very creative in the

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routines that we were doing. Everything was geared around leading

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up to 1984 because this was our Olympics. This was our chance. Jayne

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Torvill and Christopher Dean have won the gold medal of the Olympic

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ice dance competition. I didn't think that a young girl from Clifton

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would ever be Olympic champion, but it just goes to show you should

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never stop dreaming. My dreams started small and it got bigger and

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bigger. Was it really 30 years ago? And we'll be with Jayne and Chris

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tomorrow night as they arrive in Sarajevo and prepare to recreate

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their Bolero. It is amazing. They look almost the

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same. They have hardly changed. First, could Nottingham Forest

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winger Jamie Patterson be one of the buys of the season?

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Scouted by manager Billy Davies and his assistant Ned Kelly, the

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20`year`old winger cost Forest less than ?500,000 from Walsall. He's now

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attracting the eyes of the Premier League and was key in last night's

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win at Huddersfield. Kirsty Edwards reports.

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Huddersfield had 0 reports.

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Huddersfield had not lost at home since the middle of December and

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looked like they would be difficult to beat. The Yorkshire team wanted

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to sign Jamie Patterson in the summer, but he chose Forest and has

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been causing defences all kinds of problems ever since. He finally made

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the breakthrough in the second half. He wasn't finished there. He twisted

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and turned and, with his clever feet, found the net again to make it

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2`0, his seventh goal in nine games. Then, just before the 90 minute

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mark, a mistake by Huddersfield let in Arius Henderson, who calmly

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slotted in his eight of the season. So, a three ` zero away win that

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extends Forest's unbeaten run to 16 matches in all competitions. A fifth

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in the championship, five points of second spot.

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So, with Forest fifth, Derby fourth, and Leicester top, the East Midlands

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dominating the push to the Premier League. But in terms of young

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English talent we are leading the way too, according to the England

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Under 21 manager Gareth Southgate. He's been in Derby this week ahead

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of next month's European qualifier against Wales at the Ipro stadium,

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as Angela Rafferty reports. England 0

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as Angela Rafferty reports. England expect to be delivering the

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talent like a, right now. All three clubs are doing really well, and the

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players within the clubs are doing very well. We have had Andre and

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Michael Caine Patrick was in our squad for the last game, and it is a

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great place for them to play and to learn. A crop of the country's

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brightest young stars are plying their trade at Derby, Leicester and

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forest. Three side that could potentially go into the Premier

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League. It has always been a strong football area, and it is great to

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see that emerging. Gareth Southgate has enjoyed a great start in his

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England role. They are progressing well, they have got talent. That is

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why they are in our group. Their attitude and desire to keep

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improving is what will take them to the top. Club versus country always

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a challenge, but Southgate and McLaren go back a long way. It was a

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great fit with Steve's past. I could not understand why a bigger club had

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not taken the chance, really, but I think he is proving what a big

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decision that was for Derby to appoint him. International football

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and a push for the Premier League, plenty to fire up our young guns

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right now. Onto one of England best cricketers,

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certainly in the short form of the game. In fact, Nottinghamshire's

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Alex Hales is the world number two batsman in T20. Surprisingly he

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wasn't picked up in this morning's auction to play in the lucrative

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Indian Premier League though. Notts team`mate Samit Patel wasn't sold

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either. There is one more round of bids tomorrow, so still a chance for

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them. And we'll be hearing from Hales tomorrow night.

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Now, onto the Winter Olympics, because tomorrow morning we'll have

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our first chance to see if the much talked about Nottingham Speed Skater

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Elise Christie can bring home a medal. She goes in the Short Track

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500m, the first of three distances she'll race at the Olympics. And as

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Colin Hazelden reports, she's one of the athletes Team GB has high hopes

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for. Lots of Olympic excitement so far.

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But Elise Christie remains special. Olympic experience, a medal winner

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at the top level, a former world number one, she may just be the

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country's best chance of gold. We have got a chance, and that is the

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main thing. As long as we give ourselves a possibility, that is all

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we can do. Tomorrow is the final stages of short track 500 metres,

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not her favourite distance, but she started well in qualifying. Someone

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gets pushed out, I could have taken the easy route and gone on the

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inside the whole way, I need to pack is that, so I stuck to my guns.

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Elise Christie went the alone going into the quarterfinals. Her training

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partner sailed through her Olympic debut. Eiffel Tower would be a lot

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more nervous. I am actually loving it, really enjoying it out there.

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Medals on the line tomorrow, but, as Jack Welborn found that to his cost

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in his 1500 metre final, sometimes short track happens, it is such an

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unpredictable sport. Anything can happen, as we keep saying, but you

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could run it again and I'm sure they would be a different result. I am

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not unhappy with it. If anything, I am happy to have had a British

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record in the first race. Jack will hopefully take sore ankle onto the

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ice tomorrow. But all eyes will be on Elise Christie.

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Very exciting, good luck to them all, and on ice and closer to home,

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the Nottingham Panthers are in action tonight in the Challenge Cup

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semi final first leg against arch rivals Sheffield Steelers.

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Should be a good match, thank you. And now to cakes or, more precisely,

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cake decorating. It's an art that's possibly more popular now than it's

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ever been. Everyone's looking for something that's just that little

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bit different, that little bit more special. One Nottingham company has

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found it ` flexible lace that really is good enough to eat.

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Flavourings, cutters, tens, cupcake cases, everything to do with cakes.

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But there is a new product taking the world by storm, cake lace. We

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know we have got a fantastic product, but we 0

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know we have got a fantastic product, but we are just blown away

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with how it has taken off. It all started with player wanting a more

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flexible type of lacy icing for her cakes and, thanks to 0

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flexible type of lacy icing for her cakes and, thanks to the cake

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decorating company, together they founded. I said to Claire, I think I

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have got the perfect product for you. She tested it and came in

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screaming saying it was perfect. And it is retaking off, selling in

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Australia, New Zealand, Asia, and it is even on its way to America.

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Surprisingly, cake making and decorating is unfamiliar territory

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just a few years ago. I have only been making cakes for two years. I

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made my first cake two years ago. I saw a beautiful princess castle and

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replicated it for her. They are continuously on the lookout for the

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next big thing in the world of cake. If anyone has got ideas of anything

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we should be doing, we always listen to people, and we tend to try and

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make that product, and try to achieve something that is better

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than anything else on the market. So, who knows what is next. One

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thing is for certain, they are happy in their work. It is the perfect job

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for me. Yes, surrounded by cake. The idea of

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edible lace and is up all sorts of images! I probably shouldn't go

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there. Onto the weather now. Good evening. I am outside in the

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elements. It is a very windy evening. It has been a very windy

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day today with gusts of up to 60 mph in a feud places. `` few places. You

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can see this picture of a fallen tree. Do keep sending those pictures

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to us. Through the day today, we sought that storm passed through

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with gusts of 60 master hour. Into the evening, we are getting the tale

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of the storm which will whip around and we could see more gusts. We have

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got a yellow warning with us, which really does mean you have to be

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aware that it will be very windy. That is across the entire East

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Midlands. We have got the amber warning in Derbyshire. Through

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tonight, things will gradually calmed down and 0

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tonight, things will gradually calmed down and he's. 0

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tonight, things will gradually calmed down and he's. `` ease.

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Territories will fall to one or. Any showers could fall a little bit

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wintry. Into 0 0 showers could fall a little bit

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wintry. Into tomorrow, a better day all round. It will be drier,

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brighter, still quite windy don't get any confusion about that,

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they're still could be gusts up to 40 mph, but not nearly as windy as

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what we have experienced today. As we make our way into Friday, yet

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small wet and windy weather is on the way. It just keeps battering us.

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We have 0 the way. It just keeps battering us.

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We have got 0 the way. It just keeps battering us.

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We have got more bad weather to come before we are done. Quite a windy

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night. Still some problems being caused by

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that wind. We will bring you more updates in the late news.

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Goodbye.

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