30/09/2013 Look North (East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire)


30/09/2013

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is stunning, thank you very much. What is so funny about that?

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Robb said he saw you wandering around the marina.

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Let's have a look at the headline for tomorrow. The grey start in

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places. Some places will start clear. There will be variable cloud.

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High pressure continues with Steph southeasterly is along the coast.

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These weather fronts trying get sent from the south—west. Some rain in

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western parts on Wednesday morning. The rain coming through on Thursday

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afternoon and into Thursday evening. The farmers will welcome that rain I

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am told. It is a lovely afternoon today. It is clear right now but the

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coast. Gradually we will pick up some low cloud overnight. There will

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be begat in the cloud. But it will cloud over to an extent. —— be a gap

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in the cloud. The sun will rise at seven o'clock. A mixed start in the

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morning, some of us have a great start with sunshine. As cloud will

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break up during the day, turning increasingly bright with sunny

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spells. All parts will be dry but there will be a keen southeasterly

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breeze. The wind will whip into the harbour at Bridlington. Best

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temperatures in the West, 16 degrees which is normal for early at

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Trowbridge. There could be a patch of rain in the West. After a fine

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start on Wednesday. We could all do that for yourself.

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Alec to edge my vets. —— Alec to hedge my bets.

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Hull's bid to become the City of Culture for 2017 has now been

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formally submitted. passed almost two hours ago and

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earlier in the programme we followed the journey to Manchester where the

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document was handed over this morning. If, it's successful, what

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difference will it make to Hull? Londonderry is the current City of

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Culture and our business Correspondent, Paul Murphy has been

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to see the effect there. The party is nearly over, but what a year it

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has been, hundreds of events and visitors from 70 countries. The city

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once infamous for conflict has become renowned for its cultural

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offering. What about the economic legacy? Where are all the jobs? The

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truth is people who thought this would create an economic

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transformation were wrong. would create an economic

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transformation were There is a lot of false assumptions about what it

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can do. It can change the perception of a place. It can make people feel

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happier about the place the 11, but doesn't create a big change in terms

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of the economy. —— the place they live in. In certain pockets there is

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gross in the economy. This small creative business has started to

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expand. It has helped our sector because it is people were sitting in

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their bedrooms before but now they have a chance to get out there. It

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has helped fund high—speed broadband. Everyone is making use of

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it. At the software company did say they are using that connectivity in

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conjunction with the culture status to when new business. There are real

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comparisons between Londonderry and Hull. The big advice would be to

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focus on making a big noise and telling people about the city and

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getting them to go there. There is continued debate about the true

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economic legacy of the year they have had here but what is clear is

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that cultural status has given this entire community a confidence boost

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as well as a world stage on which to tell its story. What Hull wouldn't

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give for a bit of that. If you look at places like Liverpool and Glasgow

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and you see how they have changed the attitude of people towards

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them, it is much easier for them to get in Word investments because

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people have a more positive image of Liverpool and Glasgow. —— inward

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investment. Londonderry is on the start of that journey. Halle wants

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to change the way people think about it, it is as simple and complex as

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that. —— Hull. In this corner of Ireland there is plenty of evidence

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it can be done. If Hull is successful, what will the

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long—term benefits be? Those behind the bed have two main aims, the

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first is to raise them. They want to bring many more people into the city

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to enjoy it and part with their cash. There is a feeling that we are

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currently missing out on the tourism cake in the UK. The second is

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altering the way people view the city, especially with relation to

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inward investment. They want to come to a vibrant city where jobs could

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be created. Taking part in this so far has already helped the city

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enormously. Thank you very much. Thanks for the response on our story

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about a North Lincolnshire father who's threatening to fine his local

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school if the teachers there go on strike tomorrow.

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And you can keep up to date with news of the teachers' strike on BBC

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Radio Lincolnshire's and BBC Radio Humberside's Breakfast programmes

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tomorrow morning. Hull City meet Aston Villa on

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Saturday lying seventh in the Premier League table. But despite

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their success on the field some fans still wanted to make their feelings

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clear about a change of name. Chairman Assem Allam wants the club

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to be known as Hull Tigers. Our sports reporter Simon Clark was at

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Saturday's game. They wanted to make their feelings

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known. A number of fans are dead against a change from Hull City to

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Hull Tigers being proposed by owner and chairman Assem Allam. So is this

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a universal thought? It is Hull city, the Tigers and that is how it

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should remain. I know a lot of people have strong opinions but I am

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not bothered. I've really not got a problem with the name change.

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For or against, it's the product on the pitch that matters and this was

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a game of luck. West Ham lucky to have eleven men after this early

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collision involving their captain Kevin Nolan. Hull City a little

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lucky to win a penalty. No matter, Robbie Brady took it and he's due

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for surgery for a hernia after playing Aston Villa next week. West

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Ham were a little miffed this was not a penalty. So it's three points

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and what about that for a league table. Hull City seventh and above

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the champions Manchester United. We cannot get carried away, first and

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foremost league. We have had a great start.

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Long may it continue. They have only been there a couple of months. Some

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of them are playing at the top of their game. They are coming year and

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enjoying it. We have been great since the Chelsea game. Hopefully it

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will carry on. Very evenly matched. I think it is wonderful.

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This week Roy Hodgson names his England side with Tigers waiting to

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see if Tom Huddlestone becomes the first Tiger to be selected for the

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senior side. Strictly Come Dancing is underway.

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Scunthorpe golfer Tony Jacklin and dancer Kevin Clifton from Waltham

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near Grimsby have completed their first dances. Kevin performed the

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jive with BBC Breakfast presenter Susanna Reid while the judges were

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less than complimentary about Tony Jacklin's first attempts. It's

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brought back many fond memories for last year's Strictly finalist Dani

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Harmer, star of the children's show Tracey Beaker. She's appearing at

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Hull's New Theatre in the "Rocky Horror Show" at the moment and has

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been speaking to Amy Cole. It was a year ago you were part of this,

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dancing with Vincent. What was the experience like for you? It is

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probably the best thing I've ever done in my life. I thought it was

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going to get easier every week, but the nerves got worse every week. We

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have Kevin from Grimsby on the show, you know him well? I do because the

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lovely Karen, that is her fiance and he came on to revise. He did this

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strictly tour. He is such an amazing dancer. Golfer Tony Jacklin got

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terrible criticism. He was described as the hunchback of Notre Dame, what

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does it feel like to get back into criticism? Well, from Krieg, you

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know he's going to be nasty. But for the first week, it should be

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lighter. I did a wall is for the first week and it is one of the most

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difficult dances. He had to take it on your chairman, most of the time

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they are trying to help you and want you to improve. —— you have to take

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it on the chin. That was Amy Cole chatting to Dani

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Harmer who was a finalist in Strictly last year. You can follow

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our competitors on the show this Saturday evening at 6.20pm here on

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

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At the Conservative party to confidence, George Osborne says he's

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planning a freeze on fuel duty and changing the rules for long—term

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unemployed. Halle has posted its bid to become

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cultural city of 2017. All parts try, still warm, temperatures of 16

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Celsius. At a reminder on inside out you can

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see how Hull is supporting a government crackdown on companies

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which break the law by not paying the minimum wage. They say they are

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being underpaid by their company. That is in half an hour here on BBC

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One. We have some of the messages here. Well done to Hull getting this

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far. Let's hope we win in 2017. We are trying to find money to keep the

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local swimming pool open and the council squanders the money on the

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city of beds. How can we afford this when they are closing swimming pools

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and golf courses, I do not think the council has its priorities right.

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Priorities are mixed. Louise says, if it was based on Twitter, Hull

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would definitely win. Have a nice evening. Goodbye.

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