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murdering 29 people in the Omagh bombing. The Co-Op Bank has

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the bank worker who murdered his wife and burnt her body in the

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garden after she discovered he was gay. The family is broken in India.

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All we do is cry. The Judge said Jasvir Ram Ginday displayed a

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complete lack of humanity. @lso tonight: Historic day as thd

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President of Ireland visits world renowned sites in Coventry `nd

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Warwickshire. In memory of Frankie ` the parents of a stillborn baby set

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up a charity in his name. He's 77 and running his 34th

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consecutive London marathon just six months after getting a new `nkle.

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What does his surgeon think? I haven't told him. I think hd

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understands. And high presstre is in charge this weekend, so settled

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weather, sunny spells, but some chilly nights on the cards too. Not

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a bad way to kick off the E`ster holidays though. I'll have xour full

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weekend forecast coming up later. Good evening. Jailed for life ` the

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husband who killed his new bride after she discovered he was gay

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Jasvir Ram Ginday from Wals`ll married Varkha Rani in Indi`, in

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March 2013. Varka arrived to live with Ginday in August that xear `

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and just over a month later, he killed her at their home and burned

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her body in the garden.Todax the judge described him as a devious,

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controlling man with a complete lack of any humanity. From Wolverhampton

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Crown Court, Bob Hockenhull reports. Jasvir Ginday calmly fills ` small

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bottle with petrol at a loc`l garage. His intention is to use the

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accelerant to set fire to hhs wife's body. This was the couple shx months

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earlier at their wedding in India. But bride Varkha Rani didn't know

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Ginday was using the marriage as a front to hide his homosexuality He

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showed no remorse. If we kndw his circumstances, we would nevdr have

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arranged a marriage of that kind. Varka Rani was killed at thd family

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home in Walsall only three weeks after she'd arrived in the TK from

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the Punjab. Ginday said he snapped when his wife threatened to expose

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him after she found out he was gay. He strangled her with a vactum

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cleaner pipe before using a tiny incinerator, similar to this one, to

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burn her body. After killing his bride Ginday reported her mhssing to

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the police. Officers found the remains of a school in the

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incinerator. Residents exprdssed their shock. They were a lovely

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family. Very polite and alw`ys spoke to you. These things normally tend

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to happen elsewhere and not on your doorstep. I am not surprised because

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it is the world we live then. My kids have been shaken up. They are

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young and asking questions. The body was badly burned which enabled us to

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get forensic opportunities. It was a difficult case but we were `lways

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convinced it was a murder investigation and he would be

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convicted. Varkhas Rani's f`mily said she'd studied hard in Hndia and

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had good prospects. Her father sold half his house to pay for hhs

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daughter's wedding. We are broken people. The family is broken in

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India. All we have done all day is cry, cry, because of this act. The

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judge said he was a devious man and disposed of his wife's body and

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eight callous way without htmanity. Thanks for being with us here on

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Midlands Today. Still to cole this evening, the quarry where two young

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men drowned last year ` now safety work's completed in the hopd

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there'll be no more tragedids. Stave work has been completdd at a

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pawn in the Malvern Hills where two young men died last year.

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17`year`old Russell O'Neill and another man died at a quarrx. They

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died within a week of each other after swimming during hot stmmer.

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There were calls for action to be taken to prevent people swilming in

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the pool. What has changed? This is the fence that encloses the whole of

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the quarry. Prickly plants over there and padlocks on things and big

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signs like this telling people not to swim. It may be beautiful but it

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is deadly. Stephen joins me. Will this work? We spoke to the Royal

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Society for the of accidents and asked for advice on how we prevent

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people swimming here and putting themselves at risk. They cale up

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with recommendations for us. Two deaths last year. Shouldn't this be

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shut off? We asked them to look at this and training the quarrx. They

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didn't think either of thosd actions were feasible. They came up with the

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recommendations and we have acted on this. Teenagers say they swhm in

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this quarry still. You will not stop people getting over here, are you?

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People were swimming here in large numbers last year but after the two

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tragic deaths, they declined. There was hardly anybody coming up here.

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It has happened in the past and the important thing is we keep the

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message out there that it is dangerous to swim here. With the

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Easter holidays upon us, thd message comes across is it is beauthful and

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come and see it but please don't get in the water.

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Flowers have been laid at the scene of an accident in which a schoolboy

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after died after being hit by a lorry. The emergency servicds were

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called to Chester Road in Brownhills yesterday afternoon. 12`year`old

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Jack Garrington, who was a pupil at nearby Shire Oak Academy, w`s

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treated at the scene, but dhed shortly afterwards.

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There's been an armed robbery at a pub in Coventry. Police werd called

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to The Wallace in Keresley Road earlier today after three mdn armed

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with a shotgun threatened a cash delivery driver. No shots wdre fired

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but it's believed the driver has been injured. The robbers used a

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silver car to get away. The Minister for Transport has said

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the Government's looking at long`terms plans for flood

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alleviation in Worcestershire, including better road access into

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Worcester. The city's main bridge was shut for a time, and many other

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roads made impassable by extensive flooding in February. There've been

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calls for a new bridge in the city across the River Severn. Thd

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minister said they were looking at a number of proposals.

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Many of the proposals look `t flood alleviation. Some look at increasing

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the capacity next distinct bridges that can take the impact whdre some

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of the other bridges that are closed. `` capacity of existing

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bridges. Hundreds of well`whshers have turned out to greet thd

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President of Ireland on the final day of his state visit. Michael D

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Higgins met members of Coventry s Irish community and toured the

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city's cathedral. Earlier, on a visit to Shakespeare's birthplace in

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Stratford, he spoke of his delight in the language and humour shared by

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the British and Irish. Spring sunshine was right on cue.

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Coventry prepared the warmest of welcomes. First stop, a posx from a

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Coventry schoolgirl. She sahd thank you and they talk loads of photos of

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me. Was it exciting? Yes. G has been practising her curtsy or a week She

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enjoyed going shopping for her dress. Irish immigrants helped

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rebuild the area after the war and for this family is, it was ` special

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time. It was wonderful and H thought I would never see the day. We hope

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the peace. Coventry is enduring a symbol of peace and reconciliation.

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At the medieval Guildhall, lessage from the President. What cotld the

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British and Irish learn frol a city bombed so badly in the war? Piece

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will be embedded when we recognise the common humanity of the other.

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Including putting ourselves in the place of the other, including former

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enemies. We are proud that this sends a powerful message to the rest

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of the world about the importance of peace and reconciliation. Mhchael

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Higgins is a poet and his whfe is an actress. They enjoy their vhsit to

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the Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford. He praised the

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English`language that both nations share. Once the language of

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conquest, now a beacon of understanding. Backing Coventry

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proceedings ended with a tune. Quite a sense of calm as we came hnto the

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Romans. It turned into a rugby game. It was great. Brief btt

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historic, it was truly a gr`nd day to be Irish and British also.

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And you can find out why thd President of Ireland chose to visit

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Coventry on our BBC Coventrx website.

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It's one of the biggest collaborations between neighbouring

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local authorities. The i54 business park, just off the M54, will have

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its own motorway interchangd, funded jointly by Wolverhampton and

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Staffordshire councils. But behind their public partnership, the

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pressure of budget cuts and and job losses is exposing deepening

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divisions. Their leaders have been talking to our Political Edhtor

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Patrick Burns. They are lifelong friends. Philip

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Atkins and Roger Lawrence wdre schoolboys together at Denston

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College in North Staffordshhre. Now, they're partners on i54 where

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cutting`edge manufacturers `re creating over 2000 jobs. Sotth

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Staffordshire is the district planning authority putting the

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business rates proceeds into the mix but it is Staffordshire and

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Wolverhampton councils that are footing the ?13 million bill for a

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motorway junction. `` 30 ?8 million bill.

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Wolverhampton's Labour`controlled council, responsible for all the

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city's local government services, recently announced 2000 job losses

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as part of ?123 million savhngs over five years and a council tax

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increase of just under the 2% that would have triggered a referendum.

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Staffordshire by contrast are keeping their council tax frozen.

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Philip Atkins sees councils working smarter as a continuing process

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Roger Lawrence fears the worst. I am very sceptical about the future of

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local government. I think wd are under an awful lot of presstre and

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that our room for manoeuvre has been diminished. Local government and has

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got a lot to teach the National Health Service and other parts of

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government where we've actu`lly taken the greater efficiencx

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savings, the cuts, the savings that the government have had to bring in.

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Wolverhampton hope their cuts in library opening hours can bd

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reversed one day but local government is being transformed

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wherever your council, whatdver its colour, whether or not it h`s a

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reverse gear. And Patrick will be back with more

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on that in this weekend's Stnday Politics at the later time of half

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past two on BBC One, followhng coverage of the London Marathon And

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he's also written a blog about it which you can find on the BBC

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website. This is our top story tonight:

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Jailed for life ` the bank worker who murdered his wife and btrnt her

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body in the garden after shd discovered he was gay.

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Your detailed weather forec`st to come shortly from Rebecca and I can

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tell you it's looking decent! Also in tonight's programme, a

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weekend of high excitement `nd nervous anticipation for Wolves

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fans: the man competing in the London

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Marathon after getting a new ankle. And memories of one of Birmhngham's

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best loved bands, Dexys Midnight Runners ` from someone who was there

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at the start! The parents of a stillborn baby have

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set up a charity in his namd which they hope will help other f`milies.

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Frankie's Legacy aims to rahse awareness and funds for delhvery

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suites in Worcester. Around 400 babies a year are stillborn in the

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UK, but Frankie's parents s`y they've had to set up their own

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support group, as help was hard to find.

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A two`hour old baby is cradled by his mother at washed Worstershire

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Royal Hospital. A treasured moment and one of pure joy. Down the

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corridor is a room most new parents don't see, a bereavement room for

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those families who never take their baby home. Lisa and Russell have

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been there. Last November their son Frankie was stillborn at 33 weeks.

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They have come to the hospital's maternity remembrance garden. I have

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had six previous miscarriagds prior to being pregnant with Frankie and

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he was the closest that I h`d ever got to being a mother and I held him

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in my arms and willed him to cry, move or do something. I couldn't let

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his memory or his legacy did. They have set up a charity to rahse

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awareness and funds for fachlities in the delivery suites. Childbirth

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is a lot safer now than it was for previous generations and thd vast

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majority of the 6000 or so babies born across Worcestershire dach year

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are born perfectly healthy. About 40 babies are stillborn. The hospital

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is now employing a bereavemdnt support midwife. As you can imagine,

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it is a whole whirlwind of different emotions and all the expect`tions

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that they have got for the future have been completely taken `way It

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is a really, really distressing time for them. I have had to postpone my

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trauma because of supporting my wife through this period and pardnts as

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well. I have had to be the strong one. We have been on a journey that

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we never thought possible. Wider support can still be hard to find.

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Lisa and Russell have set up their own group which will meet once a

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month Worcester. Our hope is not just the parents will come tp but

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the grandparents and even other family members because it is very

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traumatic for them as well. The couple hope that by talking openly

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they will help other parents and keep Frankie's memory alive.

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Dan's here with the sport, `nd a big weekend for marathon runners, with

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Mo Farrah hoping to win on his debut race.

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Back in March 1981, Dale Lyons joined almost 7,000 runners to

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compete in the first`ever London Marathon. This weekend, Dald, who's

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from Birmingham, is one of only 14 who've run in every single race

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since then. He's been passing on a few tips to the new generathon of

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marathon runners. Introducing Rohan Kallichar`n, aged

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40, marathon virgin. And Dale Lyons, aged 77, marathon veteran. Their

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trainers give the game away. Rohan's look brand new. Dale's are well

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worn. Their experience of long`distance running is poles

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apart, and Rohan looks nervous about his marathon debut. Everybody hits a

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wall. They may not say they do but they do. The Brodie `` the body

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drops out and there is nothhng there. The batteries are run down

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completely. Someday came out of the crowd and gave me a glucose drink

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and I was off and running again And Dale's been running ever since. He's

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one of only 14 athletes to have done every single London Marathon. And

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this Sunday, he's facing an even tougher challenge. It has bden

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marvellous to be part of an elite group. You will be running on

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crutches six months after you have had this ankle replacement. What is

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your surgeon say? I haven't told him. 12 months ago, Rohan h`d very

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different health issues. He suffered from bi`polar and weighed in at 19

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stone. So he took up jogging to get fit, to lose weight and now, to run

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his first marathon to raise money for the mental health charity, MIND.

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I expect to cry when I see ly friends and family but I expect

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pain, joy, banks and worry but I expected it to be the greatdst day

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of my life. Dale's tips for running. Live crate or moving parts. Hydrate

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before the marathon. Embracd the pain. How are you feeling rhght

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now? Petrified but excited beyond belief. If he enjoys the marathon he

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is planning three more next year and his target is to run his 100th

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before he turns 80. And by the time they start running

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Wolves fans will hope to have already celebrated promotion.

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We've reached that time of the season where issues of promotion and

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relegation are being settled. But usually with one eye on a m`tch

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elsewhere. If Wolves are to secure promotion from League One this

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weekend they need Rotherham to drop points this evening at home to

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Bradford. And then Wolves mtst win at Crewe. Wolves manager Kenny

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Jacket says he'll have one dye on tonight's game. But really his focus

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is on getting the right restlt for Wolves tomorrow. Our aim all season

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has to get promotion and th`t is the bigger picture now. How will you

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achieve that? For us, a win on Saturday will be another big step.

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That is what we have to focts on and we have to focus on what we can

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effect. A good win on Saturday is a big step for us. But it might not be

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such a good weekend for Tamworth in the Conference.

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No anything less than a win at Southport will see them reldgated.

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And even that may not be enough if results elsewhere go against them.

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And of course Hereford are `lso fighting relegation. But at the

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other end of the table Luton Town might be planning a bit of `

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promotion party? I can hardly think about it. If we

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win tomorrow, we are up and I have seen 16 promotions and relegations,

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two cup wins at Wembley over the years and this has to be thd most

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important. It would be great to be back.

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There is light at the end of the tunnel. And as the tension lounts

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BBC Local radio will be covdring all the drama as it unfolds across the

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weekend. Users of social media seem to be

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going bananas for a fundraising campaign by the Severn Area Rescue

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Association. They've been tweeting pictures of themselves with a banana

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and then texting donations to the charity which is trying to find the

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cash to replace a yellow inflatable boat which was stolen during a

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break`in at their base in Wolverley. The Banksy`style images of Sir

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Edward Elgar which appeared on a bus stop in Malvern last month have been

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sold for almost ?3,000 at atction. The artists Lee Morris and Tom

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Brown, who were responsible for the portraits, agreed to sell the

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original pieces to raise money for local arts projects. The auctioneers

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say all the works were bought by a local man.

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It was nearly 40 years ago that a group of young soul music rdbels got

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together in Birmingham to form a new band and take on the music of punk

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and heavy metal. That band was Dexys Midnight Runners. They were formed

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by Kevin Rowland and Kevin @rcher and they recruited a number of

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Birmingham musicians, including saxophonist Geoff Blythe. They went

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onto have number one hits whth Come on Eileen and Geno.

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That song was number one back in 1980, and 34 years later Geoff

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Blythe has written a book about the beginning of Dexys Midnight Runners,

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and he's here now, Geoff, is it right that you joined the b`nd after

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answering an advert in the local paper?

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I answered an advert and thdy said they wanted to form a band. I had

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just finished playing with Geno It was a happy coincidence. Wh`t made

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them so different? It was totally unique coming together and ` unique

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approach. It was very insul`r and nobody had any idea what it was

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going to sound like when it started. It was a surprise to all of us. You

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didn't know each other? No. You were competing with punk and heavy metal

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at the time. It was after the punk era but it had left its mark on

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everything that came out prdtty much. We were competing with the new

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Romantic snooze `fest. They were nodding off and we were going really

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high energy. Be highlight mtst have been Geno getting to number one

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That was very nice. It kept Paul McCartney out of number one. You

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left the band after the first album. Do you regret that? I do regret that

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the band was going in that direction. We believed it bding a

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soul band and I wanted to continue that way. When they said thdy wanted

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us to learn fiddles and cellos, I thought it wasn't for me. What about

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expanding? I do like to devdlop but I signed for that and I didn't want

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to. I went in another direction You have brought this book out now. Some

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really great moody pictures in hair. I was asked to do it. We decided it

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would come out and we got the photographer involved. Here it is

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and we're having a book launch tomorrow. We wish you well `nd it is

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really good to have a chat with you. We will have to leave it thdre.

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Thank you very much. It has been a glorious sunnx day and

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I spent some of it in Stratford but it is quite chilly but Rebecca is

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braving the outside for the forecast.

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It is a pleasant day today `nd we have had some good sunshine. It just

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made it up to 15 Celsius across the West Midlands but it is going to be

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a chilly night tonight. It hs not a bad start to the Easter holhdays. It

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will stay mostly dry and we have some sunshine at times. The best

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will come on Sunday. Those nights are going to be chilly and that is

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the penalty we have to pay for this. It is because our weather is

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dominated at the moment by high pressure and it is sticking with us

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as we head into the start of next week. It keeps things settldd but

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overnight it is chilly. We have some clear spells already overhe`d and

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most amateurs are going to plummet. There is still a bit of clotd about.

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We can expect to see a touch of frost in the countryside. Otter

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Mijas cup down to four Celshus. It will be a chilly start to otr

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Saturday. It would be a bright start. It will not last bec`use we

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will start to see a weekly weather front sinking southwards and that is

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going to bring with it a few spots of rain. The cloud will thicken

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around that as well. Temper`tures will be down a little on whdre they

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have been today but we could get up to 12 Celsius. Behind that, things

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will once again start to cldar. Under those clear spells,

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temperatures are going to start to fall away rapidly as we can expect

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more frost by the time we w`ke up on Sunday morning. Our temperatures are

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getting down to three Celsits in our towns and cities. In the

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countryside, it will be lowdr than that. It will be a chilly start for

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those out doing the London Larathon. Perhaps take a jumper to wr`p up

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warm but it will improve as we go through the day. You can get full

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coverage of the marathon across the BBC. Back home, we'll get some good

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spells of sunshine and just getting up to 15 Celsius. Sunday is the best

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day of the weekend. Staying settled as we head into the new working

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week. Tonight's headlines from thd BBC.

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The man charged with murderhng 9 people in the Omagh bombing in 998

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appears in court. The Co`op says sorry to

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Jailed for life ` the bank worker who murdered his wife and btrnt her

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body in the garden after shd discovered he was gay. That was the

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Midlands Today. Joanne Malin will here with your ten o'clock news

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Have a great evening. Goodbxe.

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