20/07/2011 Look North (East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire)


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Good evening, thank you for joining us, welcome.

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The headlines. Cancelled again, the boss of Hull

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Trains says sorry for the continued destruction. Passengers said they

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have had enough. I am late for meetings, that is the

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problem. Maybe they should have a couple of spare ones. Easier said

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than done. The government says there is

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nothing they can do to stop hundreds of steel jobs going in

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Scunthorpe. The decision has already been made,

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there is no point me holding out an expectation that this can be

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reversed. Thousands of people turn out in

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East Yorkshire for the biggest agricultural show of its kind in

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the country. And, we take a look at some of the

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best of over 50 years of regional And commit your weather forecast

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Good evening. After weeks of delays and

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cancellations, managers at Hull Trains have offered an unreserved

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apology and admitted its trains are not as reliable as they would like

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them to be. The company operate services from East Yorkshire and

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Lincolnshire to London. Over the last few weeks, two of its four

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trains have been out of action. Tonight, Lord Prescott said he is

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going to talk to the regulator about the ongoing problems.

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It has become a bit of a familiar sight at Paragon station, while the

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train stays in a siding, passengers and staff are on board a bus,

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taking them to Doncaster. Cancellations and changes to

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services have been a headache for the company's regular customers.

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have got to wait a couple of hours before the next service. I am late

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for meetings. It is going to affect us coming home. Maybe they should

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have a couple of spare ones. Easier said than done. The company only

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has a fleet of four. One broke down because of an electrical fault,

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another suffered mechanical issues, so now there are two, and 11 after

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14 services remained. Critics say the company bought a model with a

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poor reliability record. Today, Lord Prescott said the rail

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regulator should be involved. have said, we have proper trains

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back, they are falling apart again. They can only run two trains. You

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cannot run a railway like that. They should not be allowed to do so.

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I want to talk to the regulator. The company is running a reduced

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timetable for the next two weeks so that engineers can fix the fault.

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But the local community Rail Partnership believes there is a lot

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at stake. The services have been a boost to business and to tourism,

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and to see the problems of the last few months, it is very

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disappointing, because of that could well has been lost. Less than

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a month ago, the national passenger survey ranked first Hull Trains

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number one in the country for customer satisfaction. The company

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hopes the steps it takes now will help preserve that good reputation.

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I have been to speak to the boss at Hull Trains. I started by asking

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her exactly how many services were running.

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We advertise 14 services a day, we will run 11 every day for the next

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few days. I have been reading e- mails from people, they think the

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service is poor, they feel let down. I am sorry to hear that. One of the

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things I love about being here is the passion of the staff about

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delivering great customer-service, and I can assure you that not being

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able to deliver our service every day is a great disappointment. What

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I can say to those customers is that we are working very hard to

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put things right. What about the trains that you have got? You have

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inherited them, they are not up to it. The trains that we have got

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have been at Hull Trains for nearly three years. They are not up to it.

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Customers really do enjoy travelling on them, they are very

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comfortable, but yes, they have not been as reliable as they need to be.

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We have done a lot to improve that, but there is still lots more we can

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do. It argued trying to operate with a pig in a poke? Not at all.

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At what happened to the nice trains, the ones that worked? Before this

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class of trains was introduced, there was a class which were great,

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but they were not very long, and we have been growing at a tremendous

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rate of knots, and those trains could not be kept in service

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because they were not enough seats to carry the passengers. They are

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working on one over there. Why not bring in another train? You would

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then be able to operate a service. We have been exploring that Avenue

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throughout this period. The challenge is that there are simply

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no spare trains available in the UK that can easily be acquired. But we

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continue to pursue that, and if that changes, we will do that.

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you are a businessman and you turn up to get the train in the morning,

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you get on the platform, and it is off, you or hacked off, severely.

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do completely understand that. do you say to them? My message to

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any customer involved is quite clearly an unequivocal Surrey. We

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have 14 advertised services, we are delivering 11 every day, and a

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website will keep passengers up to date, and our staff are here to

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help them. Every time you come to work and find a train is broken

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again, your heart must sink. I get an update at 6am every morning, so

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I know what our service will do. Your heart sinks? Of course I'm

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disappointed. An unreserved apology. The

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introduction of a temporary timetable. Do you use Hull Trains?

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What has been your experience? Did you rely on them? Do you write

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them? Should our service be In a moment, warnings that led

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theft from churches in Lincolnshire has reached unprecedented levels.

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48-year-old woman has died after an accident near Lincoln this morning.

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Susan Edmunds was killed when the car she was driving left the road

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and hit a tree. It is not known what caused the crash.

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A teenager has died in hospital four days after being knocked to

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the ground during a incident on Castle Street in Grimsby. Danny

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Cooper is believed to have suffered a fractured skull after being

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involved in an argument. Two teenagers have been arrested and

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released on bail. Ray Clemence has been honoured in a

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ceremony at Lincoln Cathedral. He received an honorary doctorate from

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Bishop Grosseteste University College. He was presented with his

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degree alongside the college's first sports studies graduates.

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It is special, because I did pick up a lot of silverware in my career,

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but that has a long time ago. It is nice that, 30 years after I retired,

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but people still remember, and I get offered something like this.

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It has been a day of hope and hopes dashed in East Yorkshire and

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Northern Lincolnshire. The business secretary Vince Cable said the

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Humber has tremendous potential, as a centre of green energy in Britain,

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but in Scunthorpe he told us he can do nothing to stop the loss of over

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1000 jobs at the steelworks. Jobs here may be under threat, but

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Vince Cable was shown the cutting- edge of the business, a high-tech

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Rail testing unit. They have been hit by the economic downturn, the

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construction industry, they have been forced to make difficult

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decisions, but what I see here, at a very positive spirit, management

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working with unions, working with their local task force. During his

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visit, he talked about the future of the steel industry, but he said

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he could not intervene to save up to 1200 threaten jobs. It is always

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positive, having those conversations, because their

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strategy can be critical in terms of the value we can get from the

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business and the opportunity to save jobs, because we are looking

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for investment. But there is hope the Bicester Secretary will take

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views on transport and the proposed tax on carbon emissions back to

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Parliament. He listened to our concern about transport

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infrastructure, the Humber Bridge, the recognition that planning is an

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obstacle to be developments such as the South Humber gateway. From a

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threatened industry to one for the future, the planned Queen port side

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in Hull. Vince Cable spent the morning touring the site for this,

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a huge wind turbine factory on Alexandra Dock. The Honda has a

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tremendous potential in this new world -- but the Humber. There is a

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competition for funding. But of course we welcome their interest,

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or I would not be here if I did not think it had good prospects. This

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represents a good opportunity for the city of Hull. There are some

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challenges over the next few months, but he will seek that the

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challenges can be met. Today, Vince Cable has seen industry across the

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Humber. The business leaders to have met him hope he will be able

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to help them drive those industries forward.

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You have been with him all day, two people there feel that it has been

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a worthwhile visit? I think they do. They might have started falling,

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but it has been sunny, also in the reaction that Vince Cable has had

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from people. When I spoke to the steel company, they felt the

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conversations were positive, and when I spoke to the representatives

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from Siemens, they said it had been great to meet him, to iron out the

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smaller planning issues that might stand in the wake of the

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development, which could bring thousands of jobs to Hull. But the

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Scunthorpe MP summed it up, he said the proof of the pudding will be in

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the eating. What they are all waiting for is to see if Vince

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Cable will take those words back to London and act on them.

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Another one you might want to comment on.

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Thank you for the messages on our story about an increase in copper

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theft from phone cables in north Lincolnshire. Alkborough has been

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cut off from phone and internet services three times this month,

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because thieves have stolen copper phone cable link, causing major

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problems for residents and businesses. Thank you for the

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messages. One person says, there One person says, in some cases, the

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cables were connected to the wrong It does seem that it is not just

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phone lines which are being targeted as a source of metal. It

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has emerged that, since January, more than 40 churches in

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Lincolnshire have had led stolen from their roofs. The Archdeacon

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for Lincoln has spoken out, claiming that the problem is

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unprecedented. The historic landmarks in the

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centre of many Lincolnshire villages. Full criminal gangs in

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search of scrap-metal, they are an easy target. These three churches

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near Sleaford are a few where metal thieves have struck, causing

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thousands of pounds worth of damage. In some cases, we are looking at

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�40,000 to replace. It seems to have got worse in the last month. I

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am getting e-mails and phone calls every day from parishes, who are

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devastated by this appalling destruction of some of the most

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beautiful and significant buildings in our communities. Metal stolen

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from the brief here around six weeks ago. It is one of more than

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40 that have been targeted since the beginning of the year. The

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police say it is a growing concern. This has become a real priority.

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This is high-value crime, organised crime, 43 churches, that impacts

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upon a lot of people. Our committee has said, we want you to do

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something about it. Some churches are using smart water, and a

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visible paint which shows up under UV light, to market their mettle.

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Lincolnshire Police are warning scrap-metal yards to follow cheques

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in order to avoid buying a stolen metal. It is hoped that by making

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bled more difficult for them to still in the future -- in the first

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place, this type of crime will no The time is 17 minutes to 7 o'clock.

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Still ahead tonight: Thousands of people turn out in East Yorkshire

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for the biggest show of its kind in the country. I should not be here

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at all! I should be in Wakefield. We take a look at over 50 years of

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regional television. I could talk from a long time so we

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do not have to get to the weather. A fabulous picture. Thank you for

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that. You're on the first Look North in 1968! Is my TV broken or

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are you orange? You never answered! Do I look orange? Probably. The

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headline is still an unsettled one, a member of showers around. A strip

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across northern parts of Lincolnshire where they are heavy.

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Elsewhere, fine weather. Tomorrow is looking unsettled, we hope for a

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gradual improvement as we head into the weekend. It is not just us with

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rough weather, the same across France, wet and cloudy. Nearer to

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home, some torrential downpours, reports of flash flooding towards

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Bridlington earlier today. The line of downpours is tracked west woods

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and has left east Yorkshire and Lincolnshire with cloud, the

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heaviest showers across northern parts of Lincolnshire. A good deal

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The lowest temperatures down to 11 Celsius. The sun rises in the

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morning at 4:58am. The high-water times: so, a day of variable, large

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amounts of cloud. A scattering of showers, not as heavy as today and

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some sunny spells breaking through. It is not all doom and gloom. An

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onshore breeze, the coast could be on the cold side, in the sunshine

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not too bad, 16 or 17. Highs of 18 inland. A slow improvement, Friday

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and the weekend, still some cloud, the risk of showers but

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increasingly more sunshine with temperatures recovering to near

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normal levels. That is the forecast. I was not sent on a course

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yesterday on how to be a wonderful cast of.

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Not like you. See you tomorrow. Plans for what's

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promised to be the country's most eco-friendly building have been

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officially launched today at the Driffield Show. It's hoped work can

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start next year on the multi million pound centre which will

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secure the future of the event that's been running now for 136

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years. Our rural affairs correspondent Caroline Bilton was

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among thousands of others who It has become part of the fabric of

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life here, a social gathering that has been part of the calendar for

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over 136 years. Traditionally, a chance for local farmers to show

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off what they are good at. It is a social gathering, we all hate each

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of the most of the time! When the show is over, we are good chums.

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is like a big family. So many people. It has got everything.

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is best? Winning something. It is bigger than an agricultural show,

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there is something for all ages. Sadly, you cannot guarantee the

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weather. The heavens opened early on, wellingtons were the order of

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the day. Not everyone came prepared. Everybody has wellingtons on it set

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me. I was on site with my team, half of them are walking around

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like zombies. They have had enough. It may have been wet but it has

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done little to dampen spirits. Organisers say they have something

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up their sleeve that will hopefully keep people coming back year after

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year. Today, organisers launched this. Origin, and ambitious multi-

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million pound building that will be built on the Showground. It will be

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a conference and Events Centre and the first of its kind in the

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country. It is brilliant. It will create a building that is a first,

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this is one of the biggest buildings where we used straw as a

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building material as opposed to just insulation. Straw bales as big

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bricks. We are building it out of big bricks. It's hoped building

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will start next year with a view to opening in time for the Driffield

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Show in 2013. It is still a long way off, full funding has yet to be

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secured but as with the weather they will not let that bother them

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Hull City have agreed a deal to sign keeper Adriano Basso. The 36

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year old has spent several years at Bristol City before joining Wolves

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last season. Manager Nigel Pearson is expected to sign him on a years

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contract today. Hull KR coach Justin Morgan says

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his team's winning run has prepared them well for Sunday's Challenge

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cup quarter final against St Helens. The Robins came from behind to beat

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Salford at the weekend - scoring their fourth Super League win in a

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row. Morgan says the run of victories have come despite

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setbacks. Some adversity might happen at

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where conditions, losing a player, we have handled that in the past,

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we have not cruised through, we won four games but we have battled

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different scenarios. TV and especially news has

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certainly changed over the years from this! And tonight a special

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documentary's being shown looking at the history of regional

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television - and some of the remarkable stories and pictures

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from this part of the world over the last fifty years. Leanne Brown

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Switch out, region's! For more than 50 years regional TV has been

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reporting on local stories. Regional news offered a slice of

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local life, you were talking to the people who lived in your area about

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what interested him, what was important to them and their

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community. Should women wear trousers? How often do you have a

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bath? Look North launched in Yorkshire in 1968 on the perfect

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news day. Good evening from Look North. Hundreds of homes were

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damaged as the river ooze rose more than 14 feet above it's normal

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level. We are coping, the bread has arrived. But that wasn't the only

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battle against the elements, there was also the building of the M62,

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which linked Liverpool with Hull. This is the only part of the world

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where you can get a thick fog and a howling gale at the same time. You

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have to experience it to believe it. It is no bloody joke! But bad

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weather wasn't the only problem. This is scheduled for demolition.

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Did you give them permission? off! Be off! But the biggest test

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came in 1974 after an explosion at the Flixbrough chemical plant in

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North Lincolnshire. A generation of people never forget the worst

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single act of devastation in this country since the last war.

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people died and local news teams remained on site for weeks

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recording the aftermath. It was like something out of the Blitz.

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Local news had well established itself but well as reporting on

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important news it also acted as a launch pad for a new kind of fame.

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Like Yorkshire television's Austin Mitchell. Feet together, ready for

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impact. Austin had an amazing dichotomy, one minutes he would say

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something about Robin Hood being from Wakefield and knocked Sherwood

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Forest. I should not be here at all. 10 minutes after that, he would

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interview a member of the cabinet. That's why people like him. He came

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over as a big daft Yorkshire Lumpur Sadly Peter doesn't feature in the

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programme. During us from London is Ian. Some things have moved on, but

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the presenters have not. From Peter and me, good night.

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I am still here. I'm pleased to say that Austin Mitchell who you saw in

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that piece there - now of course, Grimsby's MP - is joining me now.

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We saw you parachuting dressed up as Robin Hood, what other gems have

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you got? It was the most exciting time of my life. Regional news is

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the best form of television. There was only the BBC and ITV competing

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with each other and ITV was about to spend more money than now. We

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had little local empires establishing Yorkshire Television

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personalities and Humberside. And doing a whole new thing. It was the

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most exciting thing I can remember. It was all exciting. I had problems.

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I remember the Knight Frank Stagg died in Wakefield prison. We are

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ending the show with a party piece from our lads from Huddersfield.

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Just as I introduced that item, in came a note from the control room

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saying Frank Stagg, the IRA hunger striker has died. I said bad news,

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Frank Stagg has died and a custard pie hit me in the face, Rattle's

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went off and there was an explosion of confetti! I thought, I will be

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an IRA targets! That kind of thing, it could all go wrong and you lived

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on your wits. That is why it was exciting. And you were, you were a

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huge star. I remember meeting you in at 75, it was like boiled the!

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You had a great entourage. -- like meeting royalty. You did not bow!

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People mistook me for Richard Whiteley. I am still a blur on the

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subconscious. In old people's homes, especially these days. Didn't you

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used to be on television?! What is the importance of regional TV?

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it is our roots. The kind of thing people are interested in. People

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now have had their tea and watch regional news at the same time. We

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are also giving rise to local programmes, there are huge spin-

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offs. Many spin-off series from Yorkshire programmes in the Dales.

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One thing led to another. It could hit natural screens as well. Good

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to talk to. I'll never forget you as Robin Hood. Good night! See you

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later. And you can see more of that amazing footage on Life Through a

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Local Lens on BBC Four tonight at 9pm.

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Let's get a recap of the national and regional headlines.

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The Prime Minister says in hindsight he would not have

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employed former News Of The World editor Andy Coulson. Whole trains

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have offered an apology to passengers. Tomorrow's weather,

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cloudy with sunny spells, top temperatures of 18 Celsius.

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The response on the subject of the trains, my wife and I used the

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trains to visit London and always had excellent service. We're sad to

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hear of the problems. Hull trains deliver a good service, you cannot

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beat them compared to other trains. Hull trains need to get it sorted,

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they cancelled on me twice. David says I do not care if they cancel

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services begin this notice and find out -- finding out on arrival is

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