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Thank you very much indeed. That is it from Edinburgh

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Hello, and welcome to Midlands Tod`y.

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As badger culling starts ag`in in Gloucestershire, campaigners say

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Somebody in camouflage like us will be looking for the animals.

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We'll be finding out why sole experts insist culling badgdrs is

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the best option to check the spread of TB in cattle.

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It's confirmed that the man killed by a shark in

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Australia is a former IT spdcialist who emigrated from Warwickshire

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The Public in West Bromwich becomes a sixth form collegd.

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I'm not sure how many peopld use this, but a college will do West

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Bromwich much better. For it to be another collegd, I

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cannot see the point in that, to be honest.

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Now, Lenny Henry premieres his own play at the Birmingham Rep.

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And chilly nights followed by warm days.

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Stark contrasts for much of this week, but that gap could

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I'll have more for you in the forecast later.

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Good evening, Badger culling has restarted in Gloucestershird.

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The Government says the cull is a vital part of measures to stop

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It's a disease set to cost taxpayers nearly ?100 million this ye`r alone,

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but opponents of the cull s`y it's inhumane, and may make the problem

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Our rural affairs correspondent David Gregory`Kumar is here with

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First of all, David, how long will this cull last?

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Officially, it should last for six weeks.

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But protesters fear, if the cull fails to kill enough

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Setting out for a night walking the footpaths of Gloucestershire.

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The wounded badger patrol is back in action.

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They say their presence is enough to stop badgers being killed.

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There were instances last ydar where I was in the field, a mile from

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here, and we walked up and down a footpath with contractors one side

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and a badger set the other. If we hadn't been there, they would have

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been able to shoot. The company running the cull is

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called Gloscon and, for the first time, one of their marksmen

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has been talking about his job. You are using a rifle, you have

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always got to be conscious where your bullet will end up, cldarly you

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want it to kill the badger. You had to cater for all circumstances. It

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may pass through the badger and hit a stone. Can I safely shoot the

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animal? And, this time around, both sides

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have upgraded their technology. And, joining protesters

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and marksmen, plenty of polhce, although Gloucestershire Police

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say, this time around, they're And this is only the second year

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of a four`year culling programme. Now the aim of the badger ctll is to

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slow the spread of bovine TB, David, can we tell if it's actuallx

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working? bovine TB for Gloucestershire. So

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far this year, we've seen 58 cattle herds who have had their "officially

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TB`free" status withdrawn. They are infected with TB. That's down on

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2013, when 81 herds were declared infected. It's a decrease, but it's

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far too early to say if it's due to the badger cull. In fact, it

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actually reflects the national trend, suggesting it's down to other

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factors, such as stricter c`ttle controls. And, although the line may

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go down, it's still not good news. This still means there are new

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outbreaks, just not as many. So this shows a disease that's still

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spreading. Just not quite as fast. What is climbing is the cost. ? 00

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million in the last decade. Nearly ?100 million this year alond. Or, to

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put it another way, each individual outbreak costs the farmer ?04,0 0

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and the taxpayer ?20,000. It's this huge financial cost that

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explains why the Government is trying all sorts of other mdasures,

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apart from the cull, to control the disease. The Government has divided

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the country into three TB zones The Midlands and the South West are

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classed as high risk for TB. That's why it's here the Government is

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trialling a badger cull. Bexond that, we have the edge areas

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including Warwickshire. Herd, the Government has announced extra cash

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to pay for badger vaccination. The aim to build up a healthy,

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disease`free badger populathon, to stop TB spreading to the rest of the

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country. But TB is a slow`moving disease. It will be years bdfore we

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know if any of this has madd things Good to have you with us here

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on Midlands Today. Prince Harry comes to Warwickshire,

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but injured servicemen and women take centre stage

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at the start of the Invictus Games. A man from Warwickshire has died

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after being bitten by a shark while Paul Wilcox was attacked

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at the popular tourist desthnation This three`metre shark was spotted

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in waters off Byron Bay soon after the fatal attack by what's

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thought to be a Great White. It's understood 50`year`old

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Paul Wilcox was either swimling or surfing when the attack happened

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close to the beach. Attempts were made to chase

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the shark into deeper waters and one onlooker jumped

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in to try to save him. His parents are devastated.

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He was so wonderful. It is so cruel. My only comfort is that he died

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rather than be injured, mailed, and had to be nursed. He was thd other

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side of the world. I couldn't give him my love and help him.

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Police have praised efforts by the onlooker.

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I went out to chest high in water, and grabbed the gty,

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The shark was probably maybe 50 feet away.

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Beaches in the area have bedn closed for at least 24 hours, and people

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He sustained severe injuries to his right leg.

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We are still waiting to havd that checked at the hospital.

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Unfortunately, his wife was on the beach at the time.

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Shark attacks are still relatively rare in Australi`.

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The Australian authorities `re still investigating this tragic ddath

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More than 400 competitors from 3 nations will take part in the

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Invictus Games, an internathonal sporting event for wounded, injured

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It's the brainchild of Prince Harry, and he was at the first event which

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With Jaguar Land Rover the lain sponsors, it was no surprisd the

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opening event for of the Invictus Games was at their research

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headquarters in Gaydon, Warwickshire.

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Prince Harry was instrument`l in creating the Games.

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They want to prove to peopld there is life beyond injury.

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If they can go through this process, and get to where they have got now,

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then surely they are a fantastic role model.

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The competition involves service men and women from

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around the world who have stffered sometimes career`ending injtries.

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It is an amazing idea and we are honoured to be hdre.

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After being one of the most premier fighting forces

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in the entire world, knocked down to a hospital bed, comhng out

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here again offers me a new challenge and a new reason to push myself

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You say that so blase, what was it like?

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We had a toss`up who was going to drive.

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I was navigating today, it went well.

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These Games are hugely important to Jaguar Land Rover.

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Not only are they the main sponsors but in recent years they

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have made huge efforts to rdcruit ex`military personnel who m`y have

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This is Sergeant Chris Church being airlifted out of Afghanistan

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after his army vehicle was hit by a roadside bomb in 2007.

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Today, he is an electronics enginedr at

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the JLR's research centre in Coventry.

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I am restricted in movement and strength in the abdomin`l area,

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which restricts physical activities I can do.

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But, fortunately, the role H have with Jaguar Land Rover

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The official opening ceremony is tomorrow in London where thd rest

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of the Games will continue until Sunday.

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A report to Birmingham City Council today has revealed there's been

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a dramatic increase in hate crime attacks against Muslim

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people, following the so`called Trojan Horse `ffair.

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This week, the Government's to appoint

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an Education Commissioner, who'll scrutinise Birmingham's schools

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following the series of reports into allegations of a hard`line

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The council organised a focus group of young Muslhm

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people, many of them claiming that their community had been vilified.

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Dr Mashuk Ally, from the city council,

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It seems people are simply blaming the media for scaremongering?

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I think the general opinion in Birmingham and across Britahn

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critically on this issue and other issues as well, the way in which the

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media has framed the concerns have resulted in a whole community

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vilified, being undermined, being seen as extremists.

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But they did have to report it. The Government in quarry did find an

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organised agenda. That may be the case. When xou look

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at the number of schools, it was small, compared to the 400 schools

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in Birmingham. Communities feel this has been disproportionately focused

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on one community. That resulted in communities coming together

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performing a network, where they were really protesting the way in

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which Birmingham itself was being badly treated, and the reputation of

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Birmingham being affected bx a small number of schools for the governed.

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We asked some people in the city centre about this.

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It is quite sensational, to say things like that.

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If Ofsted say it, then therd must be something wrong with it.

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I think it has got to a stage where they are exaggerating it a bit.

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I live in that area and don't see it as a problem as has been

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It is making people aware about it, which they should be.

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If one of my children was going to that

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Can you understand some people are nervous about the intentions of some

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Muslims in their midst? There is no doubt about that. But

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our knowledge about that colmunity is it is a very small number of

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people. We have found the ntmbers who may be promoting a more

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extremist view of Islam is very small in proportion to the 200, 00

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Muslims who live in this city who are peace loving people, who make a

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Confucian politically, economically, culturally,

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spiritually. `` a contributhon. This is a small minority of people.

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Valuable cohesion work is going on, good cross community work is

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happening. Birmingham should be proud of the level of coheshon we

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have, proud of the work it hs doing in its schools and the contribution

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all its communities are makhng to better understanding in the city.

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A 13`year`old boy has appeared in court, charged

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in connection with a knife `ttack at the Chase School in Malvdrn.

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The teenager was charged with 1 offences in total, including

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wounding with intent, assault occasioning actual bodily h`rm, and

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He was remanded into local authority accommodation,

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to appear before Worcester Xouth Court tomorrow morning.

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The failed arts centre, The Public, in West Bromwich,

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has been transformed into a sixth form college.

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It was opened in June 2008 and cost around ?72 million.

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But it closed in November l`st year, after Sandwell Council said it could

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It's now known as Central Shxth as Ben Sidwell reports.

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It may look the same from the outside,

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but The Public in West Bromwich is now a very different building.

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After five years struggling financially as an arts centre,

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it's now Sandwell College's sixth form campus.

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It is a normal college in tdrms of the educational space, classrooms,

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But it has a fantastic feel about the place, it oozes creativhty.

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It has taken six months and ?6 million to transform this

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They have tried to retain m`ny of the original features.

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This year, 500 students will be studying here.

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They hope to increase that number to around 800 in the next few xears.

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Inside the theatre and the offices have

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I wasn't too sure about that at first, but now I really

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It is a fantastically designed buhlding.

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As an art gallery, it didn't seem to be an attraction.

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It seems to be useful to edtcate youths and to help people.

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The building became known as the town's Pink Elephant and

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until its closure, was being subsidised by Sandwell

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Council, costing taxpayers ?1.5 million each year.

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Despite that, in West Bromwhch, the reaction to the change was lixed.

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I think it is a good idea because I'm not sure

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But the college will do West Bromwich much better.

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The town needs to feel a bit more like for everybody,

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Another college, I can't sed the point in that to be hondst.

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No longer The Public, now Central Sixth.

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It's hoped this new chapter in one of the West Midlands' most

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controversial buildings is lore successful than the last.

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Badger culling starts again in Gloucestershire to try to tackle

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Shefali will be here soon, with your detailed weather forec`st.

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Also in tonight's programme, a rather familiar face.

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Coming up, or your local news, plus join me! Watch!

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A Muslim charity worker frol Birmingham says his religion offered

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him little protection, during a recent aid mission to war`torn Iraq.

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Zaid Al`Rawni, from the charity Islamic Relief, recently returned

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from the country, where he's been delivering essential supplids to

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people fleeing from the extremist group Islamic State. Matthew Bone

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In Iraq and Syria, the extremist group Islamic

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As the heavily armed militants arrive, terrified families scatter,

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as a worker from Birmingham knows only too well.

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They have fled their homes, and walked for a week

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and a half to search for a place they thought was safe.

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Zaid works for Islamic Relidf, a Muslim charity that helps vtlnerable

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Islamic Relief is a truly international charity,

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each blue dots on this map represents a different aid project,

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Even for a charity used to going into conflict zones, reaching those

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This guy was telling the story how he has been kidnapped twice

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Calls coming to and fro, wh`t religion, what background are you?

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If he gave the wrong answer, he said he would not be here today

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Even saying you are from a Luslim charity is not enough to protect

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It is sectarian, what type, where from, which tribe,

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The conflict in Iraq and Syria has been dominated

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by Muslims killing other Muslims, and hundreds of thousands of

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The mothers and children on the ground have no say,

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They're the people we are targeting and helping.

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As long as they need help, we are prepared to help.

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Despite the dangers, Zaid says he is returning to Iraq

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Islamic Relief's work in the war zone is far from over.

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Sport now, and Dan's spent the day at New Road where Worcestershire are

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pushing for promotion, so how have they got on?

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It has been a perfect autumnal day, which makes you glad to be `live.

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The first day of Worcestershire against Surrey, with promothon at

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stake. The perfect setting for cricket but

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would Worcestershire have the perfect ending? With two gales to

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play, promotion is within their grasp.

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Excited, to be honest. It h`s been a long season and we are in a great

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position, top of the division going into our last two games. We wouldn't

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have dreamt that. But the d`y did not have the perfect start.

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Captain Daryl Mitchell out without a run on the board. That brought Moeen

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Ali to the crease. He may have been racially abused

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while playing for England, but he showed no signs of it today. He

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moved quickly and Serena Led on 250. But he was then out, and thd problem

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for Worcestershire has been the lack of a supporting cast.

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It might affect our chances of promotion. Sorry could move ahead of

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us. Not worried at all, we will get

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there eventually. Worcestershire have done very well

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this season, I am gunning for them to keep going. I am enjoying the

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game. It is not just about the crhcket. On

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a beautiful day, it is about the atmosphere. Most cricketers are

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chasing 100. For me, a 99 whll do! We have a good crowd in, on a

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Tuesday, you can't complain. Hopefully it will continue.

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Surrey dismissed Worcestershire 272, and batted the 17 overs

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themselves. With more glorious weather to come,

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the next three days look crtcial for Worcestershire.

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59 without loss for Surrey. Worcestershire have to catch up

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Wouldn't they have done while with their star pair. `` player.

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And it's another big day for Worcester tomorrow, when the

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fourth stage of the Tour of Britain cycle race starts in the city?

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It is a race which grows ye`r on year, attracting the likes of

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Bradley Wiggins who is 24 sdconds off the lead. A gruelling 180

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kilometres, from Newport to Monmouth.

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The surprise winner was the Italian rider Eduardo Zardini who'll wear

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the yellow jersey when the race gets underway in Worcester at 11`m.

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And just an early warning. @ number of roads in Worcester and along the

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route in Malvern, Upton upon Severn, Pershore, Evesham, and Cheltenham

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will be closed, as the Tour passes through tomorrow. For all the latest

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on the travel situation arotnd the county, listen to BBC Hereford and

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Stoke`on`Trent was once homd to hundreds of potteries.

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And now, only a few buildings remain to mark their place in history.

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Their smoky silhouettes domhnated the Stoke`on`Trent skyline.

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Once there were 2,000 bottle ovens here.

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As I looked out the bedroom window, as a young boy, there would be

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Evocatively, also, the factory hooters to go to work.

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This kiln, at Middleport, has had millions of pounds spent

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It's now open, for visitors to look round and appreciate its history.

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Because we have got so few left they stand out even more.

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For people out of the area, they are fascinated by them.

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The shape of every bottle oven is unique, built to different

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In fact, they weren't even built to last, they were working kilns.

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As one came to the end of its life, another would be put up

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It was the passing of the Clean Air Acts in the 1950s which

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All the city's bottle ovens are listed buildings.

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With the passage of time, they'll need continued protdction

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and restoration, to preservd the heritage of the pottery indtstry.

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One of Dudley's most famous faces, Lenny Henry has brought a stage

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Rudy's Rare Records is based on the BBC Radio 4 series.

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Our arts reporter Satnam Rana's been to meet him.

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Starring Dudley's Lenny Henry, set in the centre of Birmingham, and

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It's worth the wait, gentlemen, just h`ng on.

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The beans have been swallowdd by civet cats, and passed through

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their digestive system and defaecated.

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Rudy's Rare Records is a play rooted in our region.

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Created by Lenny Henry for radio, the stage version explores father

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son relationships in the setting of a record shop.

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Because I've always had a vivid imagination, this is

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My dad was like this for most of my childhood.

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He rarely spoke except, "Move from the TV, I'm watching cricket."

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When I won New Faces in 1984, he watched the television show.

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When the furore had died down, he said, "Make sure you keep

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You get a sense Lenny has kdpt his feet on the ground.

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As well as laughs, this reflects

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There is a message, still a hint of racism around.

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Keep music alive, keep record shops open.

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Be with people, smell the mtsic touch the music.

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So important that The Diskery in Birmigham city centre,

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one of the oldest record stores has been a source of inspir`tion.

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Lenny has been seen in this store quite a bit, carrying out rdsearch.

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He's even asked the guys here to keep a diary of

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Such is the work that goes into putting on a brand`new play.

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From funnyman to actor, Lenny does bring humour to the st`ge.

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I can't concentrate on anything you say

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When a pilot version of Rudx's Rare Record's will be aired on BBC One.

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And it looked pretty good in Worcester just now.

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It is looking quite good. Pleasantly warm, of course. The good

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news is for the most part it should stay that way in the days ahead The

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West is going to see the best of the sunshine.

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And the east will see the ldast High pressure sitting over ts. It

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will push away to the north east. The winds will pick up slightly We

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have a cluster of showers and cloud over the North Sea, we will see

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cloud into that part of the region. It will be very nice this wdek.

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Sunshine gives way to clear skies in the evenings and overnight. Because

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of that, chilly nights and warmer days. A jump in temperatures

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overall. Tonight, down to eight Celshus in

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the south west. In the south west. Towns and cities.

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In the countryside, those v`lues will fall much lower, around five

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Celsius. Again, some isolated pockets of mist

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and fog but not as dense tonight. The sunshine will get to work. The

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west will see the best of it. The cloud will move across the dastern

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part of the region. It won't affect temperatures too much. We whll see a

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drop of 1 degrees. Doing very well in the western part of the region,

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22 Celsius. Tomorrow night, a replay of all of

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that. Looking pleasant for the rest of the week.

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I'll be back at ten o'clock with more on

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the shark attack in Australha that killed an ex pat from Warwickshire.

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Prince Harry has challenged them - now they will challenge each other,

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more than 400 international competitors.

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No strangers to battle, all have served their country.

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Prince Harry has challenged them - now they will challenge each other,

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pushing their bodies to the limit in the quest for glory.

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