03/07/2014 Look North (East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire)


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Good evening and welcome to BBC Look North.

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The headlines tonight: Blinded in an attack last ydar `

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the religious leader still waiting for justice.

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The pain still remains. I still have the pain in my head,

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even today. The region's biggest event `

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the RAF Waddington airshow has been cancelled next year due to runway

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repairs. Inevitably, it was always going to

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affect next year?s airshow, but the decision has just bden taken

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that in 2015, there won?t bd an airshow at RAF Waddington.

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The news comes as organisers prepare

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for this year's show which has already seen record ticket sales.

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The MP?s claims that anti fracking protestors are wasting police

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resources. Warnings of rail delays and

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disruption as the Selby swing bridge is to close for six weeks.

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And the school science projdct sending pictures back from space.

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Join me later for the forec`st. He was partially blinded

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in what he says was a racist attack Seven months ago,

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the religious leader in charge of Hull's main mosque was ptnched

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in the face by a gang who stopped Now his family has criticisdd police

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for being slow to investigate. Officers have denied that

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and have started a new appe`l Leading prayers at

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Hull Central Mosque. Hafiz Rahmat Aziz Salik before his

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third operation. Doctors say the attack

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on the 61`year`old has left him I can see the only tiny light of the

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sunlight, or the electric lhght It sliced his eyeball compldtely

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in half and broke the nose bone

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in his nose and also fractured The shocking nature of the `ttack,

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not only affected the Imam `nd There was a lot

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of anger within the community We don't look

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for revenge or anything likd that, The Imam was driving here along

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Spring Bank West at around 0030 at night on Saturday 30th

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of November. Two men and a woman then stopped

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the Iman's car, one of the men approached hhm

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and punched him in the eye. These are

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the only pictures police have of Two men and a woman walking

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along Princes Avenue, Police do not believe what

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happened was racially motiv`ted At the mosque, that is something the

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Iman and his family disagred with. They also believe police took too

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long to get hold of the CCTV footage and to take a statelent

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from the Imam. I don't think there was

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a realisation of the gravit`s of the situation as to what impact

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it would have on the communhty. The contact from the local LP,

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he spoke to the head of the police and the counchllors

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got in touch and the communhty members got in touch and I think

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that kind of speeded things up. Humberside Police say they `re still

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hopeful of making a breakthrough in the case and do not

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accept the families criticisms. At the time the attack

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took place we did take that very seriously, as we do all casds of

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violent crimes, such as this one. I would say this was a cowardly

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and unprovoked attack I would ask any persons who have

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information, in respect Officers have since visited the

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mosque to reassure the commtnity It's hoped this fresh appeal will

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finally lead to answers and justice. 60 years on ` the film comp`ny with

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an international reputation which It attracts 150,000 people, brings

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in ?12 million to the Lincolnshire economy every year and has raised

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millions of pounds for charhty. But today organisers

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of the Waddington Airshow s`y next year?s event has been cancelled

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and there are no guarantees that it Tonight,

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the base is preparing to welcome Many of the aircraft on display this

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weekend have to land on the runway. It is getting old and needs to be

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rebuilt. That work will not be completed until autumn next year.

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That is why organisers have announced there will be no show here

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next year. This year will be the 20th show and

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record numbers of people ard expected to attend. They'll get to

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see displays like the Royal Jordanian Falklands. Today

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organisers have confirmed they'll be no RAF Waddington Anjou next year in

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2015 because of work that is being done here to rebuild the runway

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It is disappointing. To be presented with that news has taken thd weekend

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away from those. It brings ` tear to my eye. Quite devastated. Wd were

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hoping the Ayrshire would c`rry on. `` we were hoping the show would

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carry on. Organisers have rdfused to speculate about what could happen in

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future years, or if this cotld be the final airshow clear. Thd event

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is worth millions to the local economy. For traders, the

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cancellation leaves a hole hn their calendars. There are a lot of shows

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around the country from Invdrness to Brighton. Bit upset that solething

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so good and prosperous will not be here next year. But it will be back,

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and probably just as big as it is now. The Vulcan is always a

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favourite among the crowds. One of its pilot told me he is hopdful the

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show will return in 2016. W`ddington is very special. We hope it comes

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back stronger than ever in 2016 We definitely no show next year, it is

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little wonder organisers ard expecting record`breaking crowds

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this weekend. Organisers told me that advance ticket sales are rocked

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by 20% this year compared to last year. For the first time evdr, there

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will be no tickets availabld on the gate on Saturday or Sunday. With no

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show next year, if you want to be among the 150,000 expected here this

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weekend, you have to purchase an advance ticket before tomorrow

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night. Thank you.

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done here to rebuild the runway Wing Commander Jim Beldon is from

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RAF Waddington I asked him hf the airshow could relocate to ndarby RAF

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Scampton. This year's air show is at RAF

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Waddington, but next year that has to be cancelled owing to thd

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restructuring work to the rtnway. The decision about the venud of a

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future show has yet to be determined. Whether there whll be an

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event next year of any kind is not yet decided, and for 2016, `

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decision will be forthcoming in the future. So it is possible there

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could be a Waddington air show next year but somewhere else? Thd

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Waddington earth show is cancelled. There has been no information about

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any other information. The only information I have is that

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regrettably, the show next xear is cancelled. Can you guaranted that in

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2016, it will be back at Waddington? I sincerely hope it will, btt we

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await a decision on that, which will be forthcoming. So you can't give a

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guarantee it will be back? H can give absolute confirmation on that,

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no. Operationally, it is very busy there. Is it perhaps in these tight

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security times, is it is not a go any more? It is a very busy,

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operational station and has been throughout my association hdre,

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toilets were smashed and furniture was made into weapons,

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just days after the segregation unit on J wing opened last Lay.

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Boxing nor the Lincolnshire are to investigate

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Hospital, while ear, nose and throat services would be based on the

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Grimsby site. If the numbers are not big enough to maintain both sites,

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in the same way we have looked at ear and throat and stroke, ht may be

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possible to have children sdrvices to mount one of the sites.

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The Humberside Police Commissioner says he's prepared to ask the

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government for extra money hf anti`fracking protests conthnue in

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East Yorkshire. Matthew Grove says the cost of policing the

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demonstrations has the potential to become a concern. His comments come

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as Humberside Police is criticised for sending too many officers to

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police a protest at a gas drilling well. Here's Paul Murphy.

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This morning there was a light police presence at the drilling

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site. It was in marked contrast to last night when dozens of officers

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descended on this remote corner of East Yorkshire as the lorry after

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lorry of gas drilling equiplent was driven into the site. Lots of police

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along the route. Police werd at quite frequent intervals. It seems

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so excessive, the number of police. These people are not violent, they

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want to make a peaceful protest This is about a controversi`l method

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of gas extraction. There is no fracking taking place here but

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protesters believe it is a latter of time before it does. At present

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local people seem more concdrned about the nature of the polhce

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response. I've never seen so many police. You would not have `s many

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lease if you'd had two murddrs. The children videoed it because they had

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never seen anything like it before. There is growing frustration. You

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My message would be, go homd. We welcome you to demonstrate, but wait

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until we have proposals on ht. Costs will also be a concern. The Greater

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Manchester force ramped up bills of over ?1 million. It is applxing for

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government help now. The Hulberside police Commissioner says if the cost

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of policing protest here escalate, he will do the same. I will write to

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the Home Secretary if it continues. Was that police say its presence was

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to facilitate a peaceful process `` Humberside police. It is a challenge

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this force will face again `nd again with these protesters in thd weeks

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to come. Who should pick up the cost

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of policing the protests? Is it right it comes out

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of the general policing budget? Should the Home Office step in

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and give Humberside Police dxtra Six weeks of repairs to the Selby

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swing bridge ` and a warning of delays and disruption

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for rail passengers this sulmer Pictures from space ` captured a

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part of a school science experiment. River Hull in Beverley taken by

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Robert Bentley. Thank you for that. Paul has gone

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part time this week. This week?

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Yes, not just this week. A lessage here saying that somebody s`w

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clearly Donovan on a bicycld with somebody even older than Peter.

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I am not sure handed people would thank me for seen you in cycling

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shorts. I think you would look craving them.

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John said that you get around. I think he meant cycling.

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I will get onto the weekend forecast in a minute. Tomorrow looks largely

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dry, but it will be cloudy. Overnight Friday into Saturday, some

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heavy spots of rain. We havd had some sunshine today. It has felt

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quite humid out there. Tempdratures got to 23 of 24 in some parts of

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Lincolnshire, but humid feel, and that will continue overnight. A lot

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of cloud overnight, but gendrally fairly overcast, and a mild night

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with temperatures falling to 15 or 16. Tomorrow, that cloud cotld be

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thick for the hotspot of light rain or drizzle, but for the bulk of the

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day, it will be largely dry. His rain spreading tomorrow evening

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Temperatures should be quitd warm, getting up into the early 20s. As I

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mentioned, cold front from the North. The rain will clear `nd it

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will brighten. Sunday, the risk of the odd shower in the afternoon

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I suspect you will get some offers of cycling partners are not under.

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I wonder if you will get anx request for pictures in lycra.

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I doubt it. Every passenger wanting to travel

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by train to Leeds or Manchester this summer from Hull will have to

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start their journey on a bus. It's because of six weeks of repair

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work to a key bridge on the line. It'll add 40 minutes to

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the journey with business owners on the East Yorkshire coast saying

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that could put people off vhsiting. Work's already started strengthening

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sections Selby Swing Bridge. Built in 1889, the ageing structure

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has often been the source of delays for passengers getting to and from

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East Yorkshire. This ?14 million upgrade

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aims to fix that. But it also means It obviously is a problem for

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commuters, but the work has to be done. It will make it a bit of a

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nightmare. From the 26th July to the 8th

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September, First Transpennine Express Northern Rail trahns from

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Leeds or York will stop at Selby, divert via Goole, with buses

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ferrying passengers to the station It will be significant, and Jenny

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Sandell be extended by around 3 minutes. Unfortunately, the road is

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not as quick as the trains `` and journey times will be extended.

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A landslip on another line last summer

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delayed these works. The public got a chance to have a closer look at

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The work will mean current weight and speed restrictions on the bridge

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will be lifted, which should improve the reliability of services. There

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is concern about the timing of these repairs, in the middle of the

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tourist season. I am concerned there will be some sort of withdr`wal of

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people coming to Bridlington. It will affect people who are coming

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certainly for day trips to the seaside, because they will see it

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has a disproportionate amount of disruption.

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So it may be a short term inconvenience, but these

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improvements should mean faster trains for passengers in thd future.

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So it may be a short term inconvenience, but these

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improvements should mean faster trains for passengers in thd future.

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Do you use trains into Leeds or Manchester?

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Would it put you off visiting the East Coast

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Thanks to everyone who got hn touch about foreign aid.

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In the last few minutes, thd opening ceremony for the Tour de Fr`nce

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which gets underway in Yorkshire at the weekend, has begun.

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Some of the top riders in the world have arrived and are making their

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Organisers say they're delighted with the response that

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There are yellow bikes everxwhere, French flags everywhere, bunting

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everywhere. It is amazing, very special. There is such a passion for

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cycling and love for the totr. I am very impressed.

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It's 60 years since the famous film company Ealing

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Studios came to East Yorkshhre with one of its best loved stars.

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Lease Of Life was made on location here in 1954.

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It starred Robert Donat and involved many local people as extras.

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This is the founder's day sdrmon I was going to preach to you.

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Lease of Life tells the story of a country parson,

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who gives a controversial sdrmon to a cathedral full of schoolboys.

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In 1954, Ealing Studios found the perfect place to be

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It was, in fact, Beverley and most of the schoolboys were boys

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Mixing with the stars and some rather ill`fitting uniforms.

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You were given one that was the nearest size to fit.

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One or two of them were rather baggy.

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The cloth was rather a poor quality cloth.

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We wouldn't have had a blazdr of that cloth.

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This lady, with the pale co`t, was Adrienne Corri.

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Many of us who were about 14 or 16 thought she was very glamorous.

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She had beautiful red, or auburn hair.

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The lead was Robert Donat, seen here on the left.

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He starred in films like Thd 39 Steps and Goodbye Mr Chips.

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His character's country parhsh was really the village of Ltnd.

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Claude Hodgson also played a small part.

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Named on his official letter from Ealing, as Pot Man.

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They had old tramlines right down near me and

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People came from miles around to see it.

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Choosing an East Yorkshire location would have been

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A film company with an international reputation.

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I can't think of an Ealing film before this that was actually set

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in Yorkshire. They were looking for a Cathedral town and, appardntly,

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there was a member of Ealing staff who was the son of

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the then Archbishop of Cantdrbury. He said what about Beverley Minster.

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The schoolboys couldn't be paid so they each received a book,

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as thanks. The school library was also donated a chair.

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Small mementos but inspiring great memories of the days when E`ling

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They're pictures that could have been taken by a multi billion

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But instead, these were takdn 1 miles above Earth

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by a ?500 smart phone belonging to schoolchildren in Boston.

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All the schools and Lincolnshire want their students to reach for the

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skies, but how many have actually touch the edge of space? Yot just

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realise, this has been into space. Not only has it been in space, you

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have put it into space. Kyle was part of a team that sent an

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iPhone into space, capturing this footage.

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It gives is a great view. That blue glow of the earth with that backdrop

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of space behind it, for me that is what I wanted to achieve. As it

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falls, that opens a parachute. You see the balloon that has just burst

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above it. Goes, before it starts to fall again. The space balloon and

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parachute were created here in this science lab. Maths, physics and

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media students all played their part. This is where we put the heat

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pad. They chased the parachtte using satellite tracking. When thdy caught

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up with it in Norfolk, they had to wonder how I was footage. Creating

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such a documentary which has been able to almost broadcast around is

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pretty amazing. The crisp qtality of the images are phenomenal. Ht has

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done a really good job and hnspiring students. There hasn't been a

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student who hasn't had another question about it. You have to

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admire the technical skill. My favourite thing is the fact it was a

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couple of small pencils that help this together.

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This was all achieved by a handful of young minds and Italian teacher.

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They have proved what can bd possible, so little wonder they have

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inspired the school. This was all achieved by a handful

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of young mind and a brilliant teacher.

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Let's get a recap of the national and regional headlhnes

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Security is stepped up at Britain's airports as America warns

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The religious leader who was blinded in an attack last ydar says

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Responds on subject of policing the anti`fracking protest. Mike said,

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the protesters should pay, they are the reason the police are there

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Karl says, these protesters are a drain on a finite money pool and

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should retire to their homes until proposals have been put forward

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Margaret says, the police wdre protecting the property of the

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drilling company, they would not have been there in such force

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otherwise. Thank you for those and for watching. We are back at 10 25

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p.m.. Goodbye.

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