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Welcome to East Midlands Today with me, Anne Davies.

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Cutting congestion with a whder M1.

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The hard shoulder is to become a fourth lane with peak time speed

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limits. Also a county counchl's landmark HQ, but is it time

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Derbyshire downsized? Plus calls for earlier diagnosis of dementha as

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experts warn of an Alzheimer's timebomb. We think that all ``

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there's all sorts of reasons why a timely diagnosis, when you start to

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have symptoms, is really important. In the sport, it might be a monsoon

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now, but we're promised an p an Indian summer of cricket. The Test

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series on the verge of starting at Trent Bridge.

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??EDITNEXT Good evening. Good to have you with

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us tonight. First, the hard shoulder of a stretch of the the M1 lotorway

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is to be converted into a fourth lane in a multi`million pound

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project aimed at cutting congestion in our region. The Department for

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Transport has admitted it's likely to break EU pollution limits. So now

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the Government's looking at ways of reducing the fumes, including a

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60mph speed limit at peak thmes It's a plan designed to cut motorway

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congestion, the hard shoulddr of a 30`mile stretch of the M1 whll be

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turned into a fourth lane. But it's likely to break EU pollution levels.

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People I spoke to living ne`r the M 1 at south Normanton said they

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hadn't been consulted. It's disgusting. We haven't been

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consulted at all. The pollution I believe, is high now, espechally

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rush hour. The non`consultation you know, are letting people know what's

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happening, when it's happenhng, don't agree with it at all. By next

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year the M 1 between junctions 8 to 31 will be upgraded at a cost of up

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to ?225 million. From there to junction 35 A, the cost is lore than

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140 million. The whole secthon will be a managed motorway, with displays

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on gantries controlling spedds and lanes, a 60mph speed limit lay be

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introduced at peak times. An earlier plan for a 12`hour 60mph lilit has

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been abandoned by the Government. It doesn't want to slow down traffic

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for long periods. The boss of this haulage firm is pleased at the

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outcome. It's great for bushness. It's going to enable us to get to

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our destinations quicker and time is money in our industry. We w`nt to

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get there and get tipped off and get to the next Other ways job. Of

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reducing pollution, such as barriers at the side of the motorway and a

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Dutch`designed canopy will be looked at.

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Staying with big transport projects, it's been revealed that

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controversial proposals, to locate a rail`freight interchange

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on farmland near East Midlands Airport, will bypass

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That's because the plan, which will create 7,000,

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is regarded as an infrastructure project of national significance.

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Residents fear it'll mean their concerns will be ignored

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Here's our Political Editor John Hess.

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Tucked away surrounded by brambles, a notice of consultation for a

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controversial project. Located near junction 24 of the M1 plans for huge

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interchange to swap freight between rail and road. There'll be new

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warehousing, a new rail link and access improvements to the L1. On a

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day like today, it's hard to think this farmland could make wax for one

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of the biggest rail/freight hubs in Europe. After two years of

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consultation it's up to Govdrnment ministers to decide. That worries

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people here in this village. It may be under the flightpath of Dast

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Midlands Airport, but they fear their opposition to the new

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development isn't being heard properly. You've got historhc

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buildings up there. You've got listed houses up there. Thex have an

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ally in David Parsons, who hs now UKIP's would`be MP for North West

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Leicestershire. Because the development is considered a project

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of national importance, it's taken out of the control of local planning

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councillors. It's being takdn out of people's hands. Local peopld have a

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lot to say about this. They're not being listened to. We have to be to

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Eric Pickles to make our opposition known. The constituency's

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Conservative MP has consistdntly backed the development. It would put

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over ?10 million of business rates into the local council as wdll. We

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do need jobs and economic growth. That is a major factor. Davhd

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Parsons' council welcomed it as well. Have you changed your mind?

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No, when I first saw this, H thought it was crazy. I'm surprised it's

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been resurrected. Tonight, some comfort for the villagers, dven

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though formal consultation hs over, the developers say they'll consider

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further representations before it all goes to the Government hn the

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autumn. Next tonight, more fallout from the

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news that one of our councils needs Among the services in Derbyshire

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that will be affected is colmunity Meanwhile,

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the County Council says it lay have to consider selling off its Matlock

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headquarters, but only if the town's With more details,

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here's Simon Hare. Gloom y skies over mat lock and the

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former Med Liz hydro, which dominates the town, now homd to

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Derbyshire County Council, the authority admits it may havd to sell

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the building to cope with btdget cuts from central Government. We

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would want to leave this buhlding as a white elephant in the middle of

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Matlock, this town and the dconomy of the town and surrounding area

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relies on the council being here. We wouldn't want to blight this area by

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moving, without a plan for the sustainable use of the building in

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the future. Rob helps to st`ge a weekly market here. He's concerned

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what effect the council leaving could have. Would another btsiness

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go in there? Well, there's ` reason they're coming out and it's to save

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money. Would somebody else go in or would it turn into housing? A lot of

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variables at the minute that unfortunately will keep people

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nervous about their own bushness, not just here, but in the

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surrounding area. Doing her shopping in Matlock today was Marjorhe. She

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only managed to get here th`nks to community transport. All eight such

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schemes in Derbyshire could lose all of their County Council funding

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because of the cuts. I rely on this transport. Yeah, but it's vdry, very

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hard without this bus. I don't know how we're going to manage. Hs this a

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bit of an outing, is it sochal as well? Of course it is. It's a

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morning out to me, when you live on your own. Without this they're going

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to be stuck at home. Without this, their next port of call, if they're

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house bound, will be Social Services. The council's cabhnet will

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consider all the proposed ctts at its meeting next week.

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Still to come: When the Red Arrows were yellow.

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the founding members of the world's best`known aerobatic team.

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And all eyes to the sky was the weather, watch out, there are

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thunder storms around, all the details coming up later.

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The eyes of the world will be on Trent Bridge cricket grotnd

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tomorrow in Nottingham for the first major Test match

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The TV audience across the globe is expected to

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The cricket club says hosting such a large sporting event is worth

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tens of millions of pounds and has a far`reaching impact

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Tonight, our sport presenter, Colin Hazelden, is at Trent Bridge.

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A very good evening to you. If you look around the place at thd moment,

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it looks calm, but behind`the`scenes and for days now, this placd, Trent

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Bridge, has been a hive of `ctivity. It's a key, major, internathonal

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sporting convenient up for ts. As you suggested there, bringing

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world`class cricket to this venue is a massive boost to the businesses,

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the tourism industry around here and further afield. In fact, thd club

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goes even further. They say that you simply cannot overplay the hmpact on

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the regional economy of these Test matches against India. Engl`nd in

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the spotlight today. From tomorrow, tens of thousands will be. Test

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cricket is about so much more than sport. It gives us a chance to say

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Trent Bridge is in Nottingh`mshire and to use that because Indha is

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such an important target for inward investment in terms of job

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opportunities and creating growth within the local economy. Over

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80,000 tickets have been sold, a worldwide TV audience in excess of

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500 million will see images of knot ham and `` Nottingham and experts

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say the package of internathonal matches at Trent Bridge frol 20 3 to

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2016 is worth ?30 million to the local economy. They would t`ke into

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account the spend that's coling into the county from outside of ht,

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ticket sales revenue, what the spends in hotels would be and then

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the global TV audience and what s the value of actually advertising

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your city, your county, your venue to that global reach. According to

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marketeers, it's advertising you can't buy. It puts us on thd map.

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Hopefully, people will see the county and see what it has to offer

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and want to come here, not just for the cricket, but for everything else

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that the county has to offer. There's been a spin`off too across

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the region with tour matches at Derbyshire and Leicestershire. On

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the first day, we had a crowd of about 2,000. Second day, it rained.

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Still, people came in. We h`ve h a crowd of over 3,000 on the third

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day, which was superb. The atmosphere was fantastic. The boost

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to the income of the club is very, very welcome. Businesses around the

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ground say takings triple dtring a Test Match. I normally just have a

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couple of people on. For thhs, I will have six people working perm

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neptly. For an `` permanently. And for an India series there's the

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appetite to learn about the city. As broadcasters we take it upon

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ourselves to educate people a bit, so they know about the Robin Hood

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angle, know about the history of the city. Over 50% of the crowd will be

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from outside the East Midlands, so volunteers will be on hand who can

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speak different languages. Xou use your catch phrase, like "Hello,

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welcome. Due enjoy the game." Just so they feel appreciative. Ht's key

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people get the best impresshon of the region because Trent Brhdge is

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currently bidding for the ndxt round of international matches.

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These seats are all but sold out now for this Test Match and we'll be

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back later on to talk about what the spectators will actually be watching

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out there. Kate McCann has spoken

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of the moment her son asked her about claims that she was involved

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in the disappearance The three`year`old disappeared

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in Praia da Luz in 2007. Mrs McCann was speaking

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at a Portuguese libel case, relating to the allegations made by former

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police detective Goncalo Am`ral The court heard her son Sean asked

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about whether she "hid Madeleine", but she told him Amaral had said

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"a lot of silly things". Patients on two wards at Lehcester

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General Hospital couldn't shower for most of today, after the legionella

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bug was found in the water supply. The hospital says the showers are

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now back on, but bottled water is still being provided for st`ff

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and patients to drink. It says it's taken the meastres

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as a precaution and that the risk of someone contracting

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legionnaire's disease remains low. Meanwhile, the Trust managing

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Nottingham's hospitals says it's A new mother is

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the latest to complain. She says she was greeted by clouds

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of smoke as she left Nottingham Last year,

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the UK Institute for Health and Care Excellence said hospitals should be

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doing more to help patients give up ` including making hospital grounds

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totally smoke`free. Next,

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good news and bad news on ddmentia. Scientists have predicted they're

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only two years away from a reliable blood test to diagnose the

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most common form of the condition. The bad news is with our agding

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population the number of people with dementia in the East Midlands is now

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expected to double in just 05 years. That was the warning today

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from the woman who chairs Speaking on a visit to Notthngham,

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Dame Gill Morgan told us it was simply unacceptable that

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so many people living with Are we on top of dementia? Dame Gill

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Morgan says services are patchy Not everywhere has a support group like

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this. She sees dementia as the biggest health challenge of our age.

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We have an ageing and fairlx fit population and it's a challdnge

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because when you have dementia it's very demanding on your family. So

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what's likely to happen in the future in the East Midlands? In

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2012, there were around 56,400 people, aged 65 and over, who were

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estimated or predicted to h`ve dementia. By 2020 it's projdcted

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that will have risen steeplx. By 2030, the region could have nearly

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100,000 elderly people with depen shoo. Ken wonders how the c`re

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system will cope. He looks `fter his wife at home, she's in the `dvanced

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stages of Alzheimer's. Therd's got to be a lot more moves and

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facilities put in place, without a doubt. I intend to keep Carol

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visible. It gives her the opportunity to interact with others.

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I can only look at it as a challenge. If I think about it. .

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That's it. The NHS and Alzhdimer's Society have calculated how many

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people go undiagnosed and there s big variation within the region In

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Ashfield the rate is reckondd at 58%. But in Sherwood it's as low as

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34%. Some people have the attitude, ignorance is bliss. I think they do.

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Sometimes thats in the profdssions as well.

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(Inaudible) Many apologies we appear to have had a problem with that

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report. We will move on. Police have released CCTV footage,

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showing the moment a doorman had his jaw broken from a singld punch,

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in a bid to trace the attackers These pictures show the bouncer

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being punched to the side of Anyone with information

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should contact police. 4 x 4 drivers and motorcyclhsts

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who illegally drive through a nature reserve in Lincolnshire,

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are being targeted by policd. Officers are working with

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the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust to protect The Drift near Grantham

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from scenes like this. They say the area is being damaged

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by reckless drivers and will be Enthusiasts are celebrating another

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?1 million step towards rejoining Cuts in the 1960s meant the

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Great Central Railway's bridge over the Midland Mainline at Loughborough

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was demolished. Now the Leicestershire and

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Nottinghamshire parts of thd Great Central are fundraising to put the

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bridge back, and the project's just been boosted with ?1 million from

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the Government's local growth fund. They never fail to please, hf they

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go overhead, you have to look up. The Red Arrows are celebrathng their

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50th anniversary this year. We have been speaking to one of the founding

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members of the squad, which is based in Lincolnshire. He's revealed some

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little`known information about one of the world's best`loved dhsplay

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teams, including the fact you know that they used to be yellow.

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It's hard to believe until xou see the evidence, but these yellow

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planes wept on to become thd Red Arrows. Nicknamed the yellow Jacks

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they were formed in 1964 to show off the aeroplane. They were instantly

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loved, but there was a problem. Yellow wasn't a very good colour. On

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a grey day, on a blue day, tp against a blue sky, magic. So they

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went for red. Yeah, they repainted the planes over the winter. And we

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started flying with the red aeroplanes in early Februarx of the

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1965. Henry Prince was one of the pilots when the team was relaunched

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as the Red Arrows. They probably steal the show wherever thex appear.

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This is press day. That's md. They're you're going really low to

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the ground. I've got picturds lower than that. Self`styled team mascot

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Dusty has observed his mastdr's air battics for over a year. Thd team

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were set to have a mascot, Dusty the dog, but he sadly died before the

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press day. Dusty was my labrador retriever. He was a very good gun

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dog. He was quite a charactdr. Despite the setback, the te`m was

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revealed at air shows across the UK and Europe, but minus a few things

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you see in today's displays. Hold your breath, and wait for the ace

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dare devils of the air, the Red Arrows. We started with sevdn

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aircraft, in 1968 it was established fulltime with a nine`aircraft

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display. We started with just white smoke because that's all thdy could

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organise. Nowadays, the teal fly the hawk, but Henry says some things

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never change. They're still performing some of the same moves he

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helped create almost 50 years ago. Fantastic Fantastic. It's true

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against grey skies they look brilliant. Time now for port. We're

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going back to the start of the cricketing summer's main Test

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series. It is England against India and it starts at Trent Bridge here's

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Colin. before the first day of the first

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Test of five between England and India. Two teams both desperate for

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a series win. Two groups sthll trying to find the best of the new

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players coming through and settle them in. Two sides with Captains

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under pressure. Natalie has been here all day looking ahead to this

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eagerly anticipated match. Many say Alastair Cook's England can

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tincy could be defined by this series here against India. So, the

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eyes of the cricketing world are on Trent Bridge and Nottingham. England

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have failed to win their past eight Test matches. Cook needs a good

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result during this Indian stmmer and runs. I never have felt that I've

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been hit particularly badly this summer. I scored runs at thd

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beginning of the season. I haven't transformed that into runs for

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England. I know how important it is at the top of the order to do that.

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I'm desperately keen to lead from the front and score runs.

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Nottinghamshire's Stuart Broad says Trent Bridge in his home city is the

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perfect place for Cook to bounce back. He just needs to change of

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luck. All cricketers go through it from time to time. It's Cookie's

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turn. We know he's world cl`ss. He has played over 100 Test matches

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with the record he's got, there s no doubt that will change for him.

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We're so well supported herd. The crowd loves us to do well. One man

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who is hoping they do reallx well is Mick Newell, the director of cricket

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here and has been for the l`st 2 years. But in April, he also became

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an England selector for the first time tomorrow, he'll be watching at

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Trent Bridge, having played a part in picking the team I think this

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year, there'll be a bit mord passion,if you like, about ly view

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towards the team. Desperately hoping they do well and wanting th`t the

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ground and the whole set up around the match to go as smoothly as

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possible as well. Cook has to relax and enjoy his cricket. After all,

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England have a great record at Trent Bridge, winning their last five

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tests here. There's loads to talk about going

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into this Test series, it's full of twists and turns. Let's discuss it

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now with our guest. Paul Nixon is here, you know a thing or two about

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captaincy. What's exciting xou about this first Test? It's battld of the

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captains straight away. Alastair Cook under massive pressure, hasn't

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got the runs he would have liked. The critics giving him a bit of

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stick. It's going to be a tdsting time for both Is that skippdrs. The

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interesting thing for you, watching the teams react to the pressure Yes

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very much so. Both young sides. Guys who haven't really shown thdir full

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potential yet. The Indian ptblic, we know how colourful they are. They

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want their team to be in thd international ranks again. @ real

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tough time for both teams coming into this series now. Who is going

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to excite us here? It's going to be interesting whether England go with

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Chris Jordan or bring in Ben Stokes, the northern lad in fine form and

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desperate to do well. It's going to be fascinating to Who about see The

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bowlers as well? The England bowlers will be loving this rain falling,

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because it juices up the wicket for them to get the bounce. Yeah

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definitely. The indian batslen looking for flatter pitches. England

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were desperate for the rain to moisten it up. This is interesting,

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isn't it, approaching a serhes like this with two teams, both of whom

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were on top of the world thd last time they met and now struggling.

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Yeah, it's like anything. It hurts if you have four or five world`class

:24:33.:24:36.

stars out of your side. To replace them instantly is tough. Thd Indian

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captain will have to work wdll, because India's attack is a little

:24:44.:24:46.

bit short. If England can gdt in early and make inroads, it will be

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Can't wait fascinating. To see it. We are promised the sun will be out

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tomorrow. We ought to mention the county cricket before we go. Notts

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Outlaws are away in the T20. That game is not under way because it's

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raining in Birmingham as well. Derbyshire's game with Essex has got

:25:07.:25:08.

some play today. Here, at Trent Bridge, when it dries

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up, when the covers come off tomorrow, we are looking forward to

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quite an adventure here, and it should be quite a Test serids.

:25:33.:25:36.

Let's hope so, Colin, thank you very much. That's put a lot of pressure

:25:37.:25:42.

on somebody else here. He's virtually promised nice weather

:25:43.:25:44.

tomorrow. Did you tell him that No pressure! It's the start of the

:25:45.:25:48.

cricket, so surely that means a cue for the rain. It's a good job it

:25:49.:25:53.

wasn't today. We've had heavy, thundery down pours through today.

:25:54.:25:57.

In fact Newark in particular has had a pasting this afternoon. There are

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a few showers around as well. We still have a weather warning in

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force that. `` for that. In terms of the cricket, we will get off to a

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dry start. Sunshine around for tomorrow. Things turn a little more

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troublesome into Thursday. That s not set in stone. There's still

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uncertainty in the forecast for Thursday. We have low presstre

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towards the east at the momdnt. It looks as though it will be throwing

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rain our way later on Wednesday night and into Thursday. But it is

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subject to change. So stay tuned to the forecast. For today, we have

:26:32.:26:35.

home`grown rain to get rid of first, heavy, thundery showers across

:26:36.:26:38.

northern parts at the moment. They will be slowly fizzling out through

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this evening, we will dry up. Clear spells develop once again through

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tonight. A little bit of mist and fog again and turning a little

:26:47.:26:51.

chilly again in rural areas. We will be down to around eight or nine

:26:52.:26:54.

degrees. Tomorrow morning is a bright start. Lots of sunshhne

:26:55.:26:57.

through the morning. There will be changes through the day, though

:26:58.:27:00.

tomorrow. We start to see the cloud increasing from the east later on in

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the day and the winds will pick up. They will be the most noticdable

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feature tomorrow. Brisk northerly wind is developing taking the edge

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off temperatures. Probably not as warm as 20 or 21 degrees suggests.

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We should stay dry all day. Here it comes then, Wednesday night and into

:27:17.:27:20.

Thursday, we have a weather front starting to push in, tightlx packed

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isobars, so wet and windy wdather to come on Thursday. It does look as

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though it could well stall over us on Thursday, so stay tuned to the

:27:29.:27:32.

forecast if you're heading off to Trent Bridge.

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We apologise as well for getting that Alzheimer's report going badly.

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You will see it in late news, whatever time that's on aftdr the

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football. See you then, byelent `` bye.

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Zoologist Lucy Cooke is going to show us how.

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This is the first example we know of of infrared communication.

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