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early 1990s. That's all from the BBC News at Six. It's goodbye from

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We will ask what impact the new route will have on our economy.

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Also tonight; Not just the bookies raking it in ` the Cheltenh`m

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businesses odds on to boost profits in Festival week. Making schence fun

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` the Big Bang fair getting children hooked.

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We meet Mr Blue Sky himself. ELO's Jeff Lynne finally gets his place on

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the Walk of Stars. I am thrhlled to have it. I never dream of h`ving

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anything like it. And for various sporting fixtures

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over the weekend and the Chdltenham Gold cup to come tomorrow, will the

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weather be on winning form? I'll tell you later.

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Good evening. Birmingham is to become the first UK airport outside

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London to operate direct flhghts to Beijing. In 2012, the year of the

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Olympics, the Chinese visitor market was worth ?15 million to thd West

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Midlands economy. And Birmingham is now the fourth most popular

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destination for Chinese vishtors in England. But the flights will only

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operate during the summer months. Here's our transport correspondent,

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Peter Plisner. The Chinese Prime Minister enjoying the delights

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Stratford`upon`Avon two years ago. He flew direct on a

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specially`chartered flight `nd this summer others will too, with a

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series of charter flights dhrect from Beijing. At the airport today,

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passengers were looking forward to yet another new destination. It will

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certainly put Birmingham whdre it should be as a regional airport It

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is going international so it is a good idea. I have been thred times

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and I probably want `` wouldn't want to go again. To China? I wotld like

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it. And already at this Birlingham travel company there have bden

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plenty of enquiries from those hoping to use the new service.

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Always a lot of people make enquiries and lots of peopld demand

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whether there is a direct flight to China from Birmingham. The number of

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people travelling to China has tripled in the last decade. Bringing

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them here rather than he threw should mean the growth comes even

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faster. Operated by China Southern Airlines, the direct servicd will be

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limited to just six flights during the summer. A bit disappointing for

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this Chinese`owned lighting firm based in south Birmingham. What they

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want to a regular service from the city. It saves us going to London

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and parking charges you inctr there. If you fly from Birmingham, the

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alternative is flying to thd Middle East and I have done that once. I

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don't intend to do it again. The new route to China will be the

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second long`haul service to use the airport's extended runway. Ht's

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still under construction and is due to be completed at the beginning of

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May. Our business correspondent hs at the

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airport this evening. So, Pdter it's only six flights. What

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difference will it actually make? It is a tale in the water, testing

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the market for direct flights to China. Joining me is David from the

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airport. How much differencd will it make? It will make a huge

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difference. We are confident there is a real

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demand in the market for direct routes to trying. But only six

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flights? But it is hugely significant `` routes to Chhna. It

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is a unique partnership with various organisations who are all confident.

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There is a genuine demand hdre so we are confident it will be a

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springboard for other opportunities. It is another airline

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using the new extended runw`y. You can build it, but will the

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airline scam? We are highly confident we will attract a whole

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crowd full of jewels. How mtch do you expect the flights to boost

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tourism? We would hope it to be significant. Nearly 50,000

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travellers passed through Bhrmingham who had to go via European hubs but

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now they have the opportunity to fly direct and we will give thel a warm

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welcome. Those six flights will happdn in

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July and hopefully in the ftture there will be more.

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Coming up later in the programme: Feeling the benefits of the tea cosy

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effect ` the external insul`tion raising temperatures and lowering

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bills, but for how much longer? More than a quarter of millhon

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people are expected to visit the region this week for the Chdltenham

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National Hunt Festival. For many businesses around the town, it's one

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of the most lucrative weeks of the year and it's not just about the

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racing. Steve Knibbs reports. Welcome to Cheltenham Town centre

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where winners and it seems dven the losers are celebrating. For the

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bars, it is their biggest wdek of the year.

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If I can equate to Friday which is our busiest day, I would take almost

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a week 's take just on the Friday alone.

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The bands are cashing in also. At the town centre 's newest hotel it

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is their first race week. Wd have been planning special events because

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it is the biggest week of the year for us. We have had lots of

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consultations with local residents and bars to make sure everyone has a

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good time. There is something for everxone

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Many clubs offer lap dancing and it is big business with 500 dancers

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working in the town this wedk. They can earn a lot during race week so a

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lot of girls want to registdr. Everyone is working hard and making

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the most of it. For the chatffeurs and taxi drivers it can almost be

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nonstop. Every night is like a very good

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Saturday night and you can go anywhere and people jump in and ask

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you for London or Manchester. It has only just gone nine o'clock

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and this light `` this lot have a long night ahead and deep pockets it

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seems. The festival is a cash cow for local businesses in the town

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centre. Teaching staff from two Birlingham

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schools have been arrested on suspicion of the possession of

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extreme pornography. The three men in their 30s work at Park Vhew

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Academy and Golden Hillock School. They were detained at their homes in

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Birmingham and Wolverhampton as part of a long running investigation

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It's claimed around 20,000 skilled jobs will be created in

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Staffordshire after a so`called "City Deal" was agreed with the

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government. The agreement ndgotiated by Staffordshire County Council and

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Stoke`on`Trent City Council is thought to be worth over ?100

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million to the local economx. The Walsall child`killer Raxmond

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Morris has died in prison at the age of 84. Morris was jailed for life

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for the murder of seven`year`old Christine Darby in 1967, and was

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also suspected of killing two other young girls in what became known as

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the "Cannock Chase Murders". The bodies of all three girls wdre found

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dumped at the Staffordshire beauty spot.

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Local UK Independence party leaders are dismissing an attack on their

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leader as a distraction frol the real issues. Nicky Sinclair was

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voted in as an MEP a few ye`rs ago but will be standing for thd We

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Demand A Referendum Now. Shd launched a state `` scathing attack

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in Strasbourg. Mr Farage, with unemployment a

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problem in the UK and across Europe, does he think it is a fair tse of

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taxpayers money, namely his secretarial allowance, to elploy his

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wife and his former mistress. Is it a responsible use of taxpaydrs

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money, Mr Farage? A spokesman of Mr Farage later

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rejected those claims. Is it significant she may be attacking the

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Parliament? Yes, it gives her Parliamentary

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privilege. She said she had been wanting to explain this for some

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time and only now had she the opportunity.

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What does UKIP say? They say they are to busy

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campaigning to give intervidws. But one member said that the public

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would see right through this. I put that to Nicky Sinclair.

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I am exposing the hypocrisy of Nigel Farage who told all UKIP MPs that

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they could not employ their wives. Each MEP gets three times the

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national average wage and hd chooses to employ his spies. It is

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hypocrisy. Let me remind yot that the only tangible thing being done

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in the last five years is about to withdraw from the European Tnion and

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that was my petition. There are still two months to go to

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the European election and it is shaping up to be a bruising

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campaign? It is and we have been focusing on

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the battle between UKIP and the three larger parties but thhnk about

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this, Nicky Sinclair and Mike Nattrass have gone on to setup their

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own parties the bitter rivalry and we're just the early skirmishes of

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that now, that may be the ddfining feature of the European elections

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coming up. A home insulation scheme in

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Worcester has been hailed the best in the country by the Climate Change

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Minister. But there are concerns that funding

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for similar projects could be cut, leaving some home owners out in the

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cold next winter. Cath Mackhe reports.

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It's called the tea cosy effect External insulation is fittdd to

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solid wall homes in Worcestdr. 50 have been done so far under a green

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levy known as ECO, paid for by energy firms. We have done 250

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properties of private homeowners. Homeowners Lynda and David Burgess

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are feeling the benefits. Their wallet is too. Did you notice the

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difference straightaway? Yes, even before they finished. The

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Climate Change Minister was delighted to hear it. These are the

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best I've seen anywhere in Britain. So, a PR triumph? Or maybe not

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because the ECO policy is bding reduced. It means some homes will

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have to wait for insulation. Since the autumn statement things have got

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more difficult. Representing the major housing association, H have

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still got 250 properties to find funding for.

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Average gas prices for housdholders in the UK have risen by 41% since

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2007. Electricity has gone tp by around 20%. It's a huge polhtical

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argument and, not surprisingly, it's one that gets ministers out of

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Westminster and into places like Worcester. We are putting an extra

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?80 million in our green fund and I will announce a whole slew of local

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authorities who successfullx bid for that funding.

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The Government say the changes they've made have allowed energy

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firms to cut bills, but there's no knowing yet if it's enough to keep

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people warm next winter. Our top story tonight: From

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Birmingham to Beijing ` the first UK airport outside London to fly direct

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to China. Your detailed weather forecast to come shortly from

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Shefali. Also in tonight's programme: Big hopes for thd Big

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Bolster, the Gold Cup contender trained in Gloucestershire who'll be

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ridden by a Herefordshire jockey. And, from graffiti to commissioned

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art ` the Banksy style paintings creating a splash in Malvern.

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What would it be like to botnce around on the surface of Mars, or

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build a bridge out of chocolate They are just some of the things

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visitors can try as part of the Big Bang Science Fair taking pl`ce at

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the NEC. Sarah Falkland has been along.

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This schoolboy is demonstrating how to catch a neutron. Welcome to fish

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`` show designed to make yot think. Since its launch, organisers say

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this show has helped change the way youngsters view science. If we ask

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young women across the King `` country aged 11 to 14 if thdy see an

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engineering career as desir`ble only a quarter will see it. A visit

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to this show doubles that ntmber. We put that to the test. A sports

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scientist. A fashion designdr. No engineers there then. It is

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estimated there will be 2.7 million jobs vacant in the next few years in

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engineering. There is nothing more gratifying for me as an olddr

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astronaut and to see the sp`rkle in their eyes to think they might be

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the first person to walk on Miles `` Mars.

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If you are still wondering what it is like to walk on Mars, relember

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sometimes science isn't enotgh and you have to use your imagin`tion.

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Bands around. The planet is dusty and red. Pupils at this school are

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on Mars. That looks like fun. He's a

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musician, singer and songwrhter and this evening ELO's Jeff Lynne will

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be honoured with a place on Birmingham's Walk of Stars. He'll

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join fellow musicians Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi and Roy Wood in having a

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star etched with his name on Broad Street. Ben Sidwell has been to meet

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the rock legend. Back in Brum for the unveilhng of

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his star. A lot's changed shnce Jeff Lynne grew up as a kid in the Shard

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End area of the Birmingham. I used to have my own studio in thd front

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room of mums house which I commandeered as a recording studio.

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It was a big bundle of junk and it used to drive her nuts. Of course I

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would let everyone in there. We used to play a different place

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every night for a month and then start again. After failing to set

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the charts alight in the 1960s with his band the Idle Race, Jeff went on

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to join the Move, which in turn became ELO ` selling tens of

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millions of records and winning fans across the world. I'm from Cardiff.

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We are from Spain. We are from Denmark. A few lucky fans h`ve got

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tickets for tonight's Walk of Fame event and the chance to meet their

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idol. Wonderful. I don't know what I would say. I think I'd just cry I

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have dreamt of this all my life I'm looking forward to see him. If I

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could talk with him that wotld be excellent. I've liked his mtsic all

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my life. What would it mean if you gdt the

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chance to talk to him? It would be the greatest thing in my life. It

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makes me humble, I can tell you that much. It is just weird. When it is

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yourself they are coming for, you just don't believe it. It is... Wow!

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But it's not just as an arthst where he's been a huge success. Jdff has

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produced such names as Roy Orbision and Tom Petty. And in the 1890s

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when the three remaining melbers of the biggest group in historx

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reformed, it was Jeff they called. I had a couple of sleepless nhghts

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thinking, how the hell am I going to this `` to do this? Paul cale up to

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me and said, you've done it Well done and he gave me a hug so that

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was a treat. Singer, drama, guitarist. He can do it all. He s

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not bad at all. `` drama. `` he has been a drama.

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He may be a global music st`r, but to one of the people there tonight,

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Jeff will always be her babx brother. We came from a famhly where

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praise wasn't lavished upon so I don't know if we have ever said how

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proud we are. And as for his award? I am chuffed I have got one. Thank

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you very much. Jasper Carrot is Chair of the

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Birmingham Walk of Stars ` `nd joins us now from the Library of

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Birmingham where the ceremony is taking place. You've known Jeff for

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a number of years. Why has ht taken so long to get his star on the walk?

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I first approached him about four years ago and it has taken `ll this

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time to coincide his movements with ours. Eventually, he is herd and

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waiting to come on and therd is a load of people waiting to sde him.

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The place is buzzing. The ptblicity has been enormous and Jeff hs

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genuinely thrilled to be here and we'll be thrilled to see hil.

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We had in that report his international appeal. How would you

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sum up, if possible, his contribution to music?

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When the Beatles approached him to do that single, it said it `ll. They

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could have gone to anyone in the wild but they went to Jeff Lynne.

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His CD is all over the world on CD, DVD and film scores, you nale it and

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that is an incredible achievement. Paul McCartney described hil as not

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bad at all. How would you ddscribe him?

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He is a down`to`earth honest Brummie and that is what we love about him.

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Who next? There is a whole list of people.

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There is Ian Lavender from Dad s Army. And The Wimbledon Chalpion.

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There is only so much room so I think we will have to move to the M

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six. The Birmingham City manager, Lee

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Clark, is to report referee James Linington for allegedly mocking the

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club's captain, Paul Robinson, while booking him during their 3`3 draw

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with Burnley last night. Birmingham came from behind three times in the

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match, including this brillhant goal from Emyr Hughes. The third

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equaliser from Federico Macheda came deep into stoppage time. Thd

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Midlands has dominated day three of the Cheltenham Festival.

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Herefordshire jockeys Richard Johnson and Tom Scudamore h`ve won

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one and two races respectivdly. And Cotswold trainer Jonjo O'Nehll has

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also won two, including Mord of That, who took today's big race the

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World Hurdle, ahead of the previously unbeaten Annie Power

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Thumbs up from Jonjo then, `fter three winners at the meeting so far.

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So, can a Midlands horse trhumph in tomorrow's big race, the Gold Cup?

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Well, The Giant Bolster will love the drying ground. Meet The Giant

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Bolster. He's intelligent and inquisitive. Perhaps a bit too

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inquisitive. When we filmed him turned ott in a

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field he couldn't resist nibbling at the camera. We'd move and hd'd just

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follow us. He even played a cameo role in the trainer's interview He

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is beyond our dreams. But hd's also talented. The Giant Bolster has

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finished second and fourth hn the last two Gold Cups. And winning at

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Cheltenham in January, the stable feel he's a live Gold Cup contender

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once more. If we have a fludnt round, you need to get into a rhythm

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and if we can do that, I've got no reason to say we won't be in the

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first three. It has been the wettest winters

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since records began but somdone tipped wet and muddy. So, spare a

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thought for all those involved in Harry Topper. He's trained just a

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few miles from Cheltenham at Andoversford by Kim Bailey. But

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Harry Topper's best in the lud. And the recent warmer weather mdans

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they've scrapped plans to rtn in the Gold cup. He's simply not as good

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when the going faster. I don't want to see him tailed off last because

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he is not fast enough. I don't want to see that. 15 miles away `t

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Stow`on`the`wold Wyck Hill Farm and the Giant Bolster will be flying the

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flag for the small stables hn tomorrow's Gold Cup. He's one of

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only 30 horses in training. The Giant Bolster is top of the class

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here. And they hope tomorrow he ll aiming for top grades in thd Gold

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Cup itself. A bus stop in Worcestershird town ``

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a Worcestershire town has bdcome an unusual attraction as painthngs that

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which appeared at the weekend have caused quite a stir.

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At 4am, these prints appeardd. It is Sir Edward Elgar working, rdsting,

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watching and just hanging ott. Quite a sight on this bus route through

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Malvern. It felt like walking past a bank with accountants behind it

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They are amazing. It has added some excitement. Some say this one is

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similar to Banksy. The artist has since apologised for these works of

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art for not getting prior approval adding they do not condone `ny sort

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of public graffiti but they do not want to be interviewed. The pair are

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to 34`year`olds who are old school friends from Malvern. I don't think

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they can be classed as graffiti Over a hundred hours of work has

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gone into them and they havd been executed with skill and

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professionalism and we are delighted to see them. There was even praise

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from art galleries in the town. It can only bring the profile of the

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area up as an art that is `` destination. The police caught them

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in the act but did not take any action. We are told this is a gift

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to the town as you wait ages for one and then three come along at once.

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If you are out on the road last night you were probably crawling

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through the fog. How is it looking? There are fresh warnings in force

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for fog for the early hours. Visibility will drop down to about

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30 metres, which is quite unusual so that is something to take note of.

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Other than that, not much to be concerned about and certainly if you

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compare this march to last Larch which was the coldest on record

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More in the way of cloud around Breezy and that will rid us of much

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of the fog. Under the clear skies, we are seeing missed and Merck

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developed already which will thicken into fog. `` it will be misty and

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murky. Temperatures will go down to near freezing in some spots. Patchy

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frost as we head to some pl`ces towards tomorrow. Gradually through

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the day, under the sunshine, the fog will disburse quite quickly.

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However, the frontal systems will nudge down from the north`wdst with

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more in the way of cloud. Btt with a south`westerly wind, temper`tures

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will rise which will be gre`t for the Gold cup tomorrow so thdre will

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not be as much fog. The headlines: A former News of the

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World journalist claims it was Princess Diana who leaked a

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controversial royal phonebook. The first airport outside London to fly

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direct to China, Birmingham. Have a good evening.

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