The latest news, sport and weather for Yorkshire and Lincolnshire.
Browse content similar to 22/02/2014. Check below for episodes and series from the same categories and more!
Lincolnshire Police say they will try to strike a balance between
maintaining the right the protest and keeping the public safe. The
march is against plans for an Islamic Cultural Centre in Grantham.
A demonstration will also be held by a group opposed to the English
Defence League. We have been planning along with the protest
organisers and right the way through the whole process, but the
organisers and people attending have been very clear it be a peaceful
protest. They are facilitating their right to demonstrate peacefully as
you are allowed and we're there to support them to do that to make sure
the of Grantham are disrupted as minimally as possible. I do not see
why they are marching. Everybody is entitled to their own religious
views. I will not be in town. It is a small market town, there is three
main streets. I will take the day off. Hull Boxer Luke Campbell will
fight in front of a sell`out crowd tonight at the Hull Arena. The
Olympic gold medallist is looking for his fifth straight win as a
professional boxer. Standing in his way is Norfolk man Scott Moises.
Luke says he's been training hard for his first eight round bout.
Preparations went really end. They couldn't have gone any better. I
have had some great sparring. All is great. I emigrate shape and ready to
put on a show for fans. You cannot put a price on the support that you
get from fans. I just hope I can keep performing and they keep coming
back. Grimsby Town face Cambridge for the second round of their FA
Trophy battle. The Mariners are trailing behind after losing 2`1
loss in the first leg. There's commentary from Blundell Park on BBC
Radio Humberside from three`o`clock. Hull City boss Steve Bruce is
chasing his 100th win as a top flight manager as the Tigers face
relegation threatened Cardiff City. Bruce is hoping his side can recover
their form after a home defeat to Southampton. Bruce says a win in
South Wales would be a huge result in the fight for survival in the
Premier League And Hull City's trip to Cardiff will be on BBC Radio
Humberside's FM frequency from three. They are all big games.
Certainly, certainly Cardiff will be looking like ourselves if we are
going to stay in the league, a result against one of the teams in
and around you, is huge. Scunthorpe United's game at home to
Portsmouth will be on AM. BBC Radio Lincolnshire will have commentary of
Lincoln City's home match with Chester, also from three. Now the
weather forecast. Hello, good afternoon, it has been a lovely
morning for many of us but this afternoon we are going to see the
cloud increasing and it is going to be fairly windy. It should stay dry
for many of us. He was the picture in the afternoon, there is a fair
amount of cloud around and plenty of breaks to allow the sunshine to come
through. Those winds moderate to fresh, increasing this evening. We
are looking at highs of ten degrees Celsius. A notch up on yesterday 's
values. This evening and overnight, the cloud will increase further,
spreading to all parts. We could see a touch of light rain but many areas
will remain dry. The winds increasing to gale force overnight
and temperatures dropping back to around seven Celsius. Turning wet
and windy tomorrow but it will be staying mild. That is all. Whatever
it you were doing, do enjoy your afternoon. Goodbye for now.
Good afternoon. It has been a lovely start with some very welcome winter
sunshine. For the rest of the day, the further east you are, you will
hang onto that for much of the time. The further north and west you
are, the wind will pick up, that will be dragging in rain. You can
see where this is coming from. Out in the Atlantic this area of boat is
approaching the west of the United Kingdom, and ahead of that, it will
be a dry afternoon. -- this area of cloud. Further north and west you
can see some rain setting in. For the Southwest I think it will be
fine and dry, but increasingly windy. Through the Midlands, East
Anglia and the south-east it is a lovely afternoon. It will be mild.
The north-west of England will