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That's all from the BBC News at Six, so it's goodbye from me,

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Welcome to BBC Points West with Sabet Choudhury and Alex Lovell

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The Cheltenham woman killed by her ex-husband

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Police and social workers s`y more should have been done to stop him.

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He should have been convictdd and he should have been challenged by

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everybody who he came into contact with.

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We'll find out what changes have been made to help those in need

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The widower told he can't ptt flowers on his wife's grave

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to understand the lives of the oppressed.

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Hi, join me later in the programme to find out why I am coming to

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Bristol on Sunday. A review into the death

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of a Cheltenham woman murdered by her ex-husband has found

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authorities failed to understand Jane Wiggett was murdered

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by Danny Spencer three years ago, Here's our Gloucestershire

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reporter, Steve Knibbs. Jane Wiggett lived all of hdr adult

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life suffering psychological and physical abuse at

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the hands of Danny Spencer. When she went missing

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in 2013, police were told that Spencer had been

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in contact with Jane. So they called him, but he lied

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because he'd already killed her And why is it that

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she's not speaking to So have you got a telephone

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number for her? Today a review into Jane's lurder

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found that during 40 years of abuse she'd done everything right

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as a victim - seeking help and advice from organisations that

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should have made a difference. But over time she lost confhdence

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in them and withdrew, trying to manage

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the situation herself. The warning signs were

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there for decades that Danny Spencer was dangerous,

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but there was a systemic failure in recognising

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the danger that Jane was in. Every agency that Jane went

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to seemed to fail to recognise the seriousness of her

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situation and she felt in the end The review found that Jane's

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death was predictable because Danny Spencer displ`yed

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"consistent abuse, control, But it found that her death wasn't

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preventable because there w`s no information that "there

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was an immediate But since Jane's murder,

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and other similar cases, organisations in Gloucestershire

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have overhauled We hold a daily meeting

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with partners to unpick all of the domestic `buse

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that has happened in the last So do we understand it,

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do we have all the informathon, are The most challenging

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victims, the ones who This is where Jane

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Wiggett lived near the centre of Cheltenham and died

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at the hands of Danny Spencdr. While a lot has changed in how

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victims of domestic abuse are helped in Gloucestershire,

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there is acknowledgement th`t more can be done, especiallx when it

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comes to dealing with the Ultimately the themes surrotnding

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Jane Wiggett's death are all too familiar - a historic and ctltural

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failure of organisations to understand and share with each

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other the risk she faced from Steve Knibbs, BBC

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Points West, Cheltenham. Sally Morrissey manages

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the Gloucestershire Domestic Could Jane 's death have bedn

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prevented here? At the time, not enough people had enough information

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about how the situation was as risky for her. The problem was, although

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she talked to a lot of people and a lot of different agencies, that had

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not been joined up. And if ht had been joined up, as it would be

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today, then the seriousness of the situation would have been estimated

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probably -- properly. You wdre part of the panel looking into the case,

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and that joined up service xou are talking about now exists now, but it

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is too late for her and there are other victims who can now t`ke

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advantage. Sadly it is too late for Jane. Today in Gloucestershhre we

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have a daily meeting every day for all of the domestic incidents that

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the police are called out to and agencies such as ourselves, social

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services, the police, we all sit around and share information so we

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have a full information of everything going on for the victim

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and perpetrator. Why do you think it's taken so long for that to come

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along? I think, for years, the police response was not verx good.

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They did not take things seriously. I think a lot of other agencies did

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not take things seriously and I think since the government lade

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legislation there had to be a review after every domestic homicide, and

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it started to come out that the answer in a lot of these cases is to

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share information, for thosd agencies to come together and put a

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plan in place to support thd victim. The sad fact is there are probably

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lots of other people in Jand's position. How do you stop -, spot

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the J -- danger signs? What anybody feeling uncomfortable tonight,

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thinking could this happen to me, you need to phone up helplines like

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the ones we do, like the wolen's aid helpline and talk it through with

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someone and we will be able to talk to you about the sorts of bdhaviour

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that you should be alarmed `bout if it is happening in your

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relationship. I have to ask you this, the numbers of people being

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abused rising at the moment? It s difficult to know if the nulbers are

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rising. There are certainly more people coming forward than there

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ever was, which is a good thing because it means we can get support

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to people. And hopefully a lot early on in the situation so things don't

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escalate to the point that they did with Jane.

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A man who pretended to be a taxi driver and falsely imprisondd two

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women has been sent to jail for a year.

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Anthony Cox picked up his two victims from the taxi rank

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He later told them he wasn't a taxi and refused to stop.

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They jumped out when he slowed down and took a picture of his c`r.

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Cox has also been banned from parking in a taxi rank

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and being in a vehicle with women he doesn't know.

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The West Country-based cigarette company Imperial Tobacco

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is appealing against a decision forcing them to use plain p`ckaging.

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Uniform packaging rules for tobacco were introduced

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Imperial is one of four companies making the appeal,

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after a legal challenge against the decision

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The case is expected to last four days.

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A man from Wiltshire is being told he can't have a vase

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on his wife's grave because it's against new church rules.

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Peter Walker's wife Diane dhed in May, and he wants a memorial

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plaque with a vase for flowdrs in the churchyard at St Andrews

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But the Diocese of Salisburx has brought in new rules and saxs

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cutting the grass will be more difficult with the vase.

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Here's our Wiltshire reporter Will Glennon.

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For Peter Walker, a hard tile has been made worse.

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His wife was killed in an accident in May.

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She's been cremated and he'd like her ashes under a plaqte

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in St Andrew's churchyard, with a hole for a flower vase.

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The stonemason rang me up and said that I was not allowed to h`ve a

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It is so insensitive and cold-hearted, I

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They say it is due to mowing and upkeep cost.

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If that comes above my wife's tablet...

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The diocese of Salisbury brought in new rules this summer.

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So even though many of the other stones have vases, no

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It's meant to bring churches in line with others across Britain.

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It's always difficult because you feel

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sympathy for someone who is

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grieving, but at the same thme we need certain standards across

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Partly it is to do with health and safety, because we need to

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It does make it easier to mow churchyards if everything is

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Other parishioners say it does not affect the mowing at all. Wd could

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not believe it. We could not believe the diktats had come out from

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Salisbury. This is all voluntarily maintained and we pay a loc`l man to

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know this. It isn't going to cost any more to have it done with or

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without the flower vases, it is the same place, so it makes no sense to

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us at all. Peter has been told he can

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appeal the decision, but it'll cost almost ?300 this

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time, and every future time someone Will Glennon, BBC

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Points West, Wiltshire. Thanks for your company

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here on Points West this evdning. Do stay tuned because we have plenty

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more still to bring you, including: Betty excavation Ah Ki have been

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articulated. -- Betty! I have been articulated.

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We chat to the man behind Frank Spencer, and so many other

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great comedy performances, as he prepares to be

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And ahead of the world championships we'll meet the runner who rdfuses

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A new telephone helpline has been started by the Bristol based charity

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Unseen to try and help people who are the victims

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The charity believes there are currently

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13,000 slaves in the country right now.

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Their new helpline is the fhrst of its kind in the UK.

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Maybe you are a front line professional, doctor Aurora police

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men, and you are worried about something you've seen a car wash, a

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nail bar, a fruit farm. You will be able to call and get advice on what

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you can do and give that intelligence and information.

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Here is the number. We will check that number because it was slightly

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different, but the one on the screen was correct actually.

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Slavery has, of course, been around for centuries.

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A new project at the University of Bristol has brought together

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archaeologists and a group of writers to study what it felt

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Together they examined the human remains of slaves,

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found on plantations in Gran Canaria and Barbados.

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They handled bones and learned about slaves' bodies,

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and as Liz Beacon reports, it's prompted some

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In the light of the sun, my mouth is covered, sealed.

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During this project, Claudi` was one of the writers who handled human

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Talking about the pain slavds endured has shaped her

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What teeth are left are a shame that I won't show, yet they will stay

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My head bent towards the ground my eyes cast down.

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The artists involved have all been moved by what they've learndd.

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They talk of backbreaking work that slaves were subjected to.

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They've witnessed and touchdd worn and malnourished bones and ht's

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Usually when writers write about slavery,

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they might begin with historical fragments.

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So things like legal documents or newspaper clippings

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They are documents written from the view of the coloniser, the person

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who is enslaving. So what we wanted to do was use

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the bodies of enslaved people themselves as the starting point

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and to think about the information that archaeological science can give

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us about those bodies. They studied the archaeologhcal

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histories of eight slaves, learning what they did, what they atd and

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where they worked. They werd handing this bone saying it was frol a

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plantation in Barbados, and that is like a stone 's throw from St

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Vincent, the Caribbean island where my family is from and you start to

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think that this is actually a lot closer. For me, I went on mx own

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journey. I had to take that away and try and unravel what that khnd of

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meant for me. On Saturday here in Bristol's

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Georgian House these women A journey through a period of time

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when humans were objects. I am to say nothing,

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think nothing, feel nothing, be nothing,

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but answerable to endless whims It's uncomfortable hearing

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about slaves suffering when stood in a house built on slave trade

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profit, but it forces those listening to confront a harsh

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and painful past. Liz Beacon, BBC

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Points West, Bristol. A wildlife charity is offerhng

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a ?1,000 reward for anyone with information about the shooting

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of a crane in Somerset. Swampy was reared by

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the Great Crane Project, a programme to increase the birds'

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population in the wild. But Swampy was found dead bx a local

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farmer after being shot. A chef who threatened to pohson fans

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at the Bristol Rovers game against Gillingham at the wdekend

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could face criminal charges. Security at the ground were alerted

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when the man wrote on Facebook that he planned to undercook food

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meant for Rovers fans. The man was a member of agency staff

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employed on matchdays. The club says he was escortdd

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from the premises and no-ond The comedy legend Michael

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Crawford is being honoured this weekend with an award that

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recognises his contribution You'll probably know him best

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as the actor who brought the accident-prone, yet lovdable,

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Frank Spencer to our screens in the hit comedy

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Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em. On Sunday, Michael will be talking

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to an audience at St George's in Bristol about the

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role of Frank Spencer And he'll also be presented

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with the annual Aardman Slapstick Earlier, we asked

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what it means to him. Well, rather unusually,

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I'd never been considered just finished a really dram`tic role

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in the West End, so it's gohng to be It's like going back to the early

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years and things that truly made my name,

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by doing Some Mothers, I did, but I'd done a lot

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previously, because it was just really like being back at school

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and doing things that you actually didn't get into trouble

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for doing when you did them on the screen,

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you got paid for them,

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so I thought it was a reallx good way of earning

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a Frank Spencer was one of those

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enduring characters. Did you immediately

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love him as soon as you Well, I'd done a play where I had

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created this character, characterisation, who began to build

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into something, and he was so sympathetic and childlike that

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I thought I would love to bd able to use this in something in thd future,

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in a play called No Sex, Pldase We're British, and it was the

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longest-running comedy in the West So along came a script for le,

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out of the blue, from the BBC, and it had been turned

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down by Ronnie Barker And I found something very `musing

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about it and we changed it ` There was a character and I wanted

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him to be able to do stunts. Things will always went wrong

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for him, but let's do them `nd take it back to physical comedy,

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which was Laurel and Hardy, Harold Lloyd

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and Buster Keaton were Being a boy, you wanted to do this,

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roller skating behind a bus, how can you ever think of anything better

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than doing something like that and Well, we did it for Sport Rdlief,

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in March this year, I redid it for Sport Relief and recreated

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that whole scene. kind of full circle, really,

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because you have this wonderful character that people still smile

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at the mention of his name,

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and then you wanted to be t`ken very There was such a change and now

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you are being honoured for I'm certainly not complaining

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about the success I had with Some Mothers, because ht was

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unbelievable to have 26 million people tuning in every week

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and saying they liked it and laughed Every generation of

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the family was watching. That is something I am very,

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very proud of, Michael, your favourite Frank

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Spencer moment? I suppose the

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roller-skating sequence was really one of the most

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satisfying, because it was so much Going over the edge of the cliff was

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quite exciting too. And the church roof

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as well, we forgot that Yes, the church roof

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and a helicopter taking me off. Nobody warned me that

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when the helicopter brought me back down-to-earth,

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there would be static and I had the biggest electric shock

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I had in my life. I thought I had dropped

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You still stayed in character though?

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Michael, it has been an "oooh" of a pleasure.

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Thank you very much for takhng the time to speak to us.

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Thank you, Alex, thank you, Seb.

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What a delight, we will put that on the social media, because it was

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lovely. It's a big night for Taunton Town

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and their supporters with a place in the first round of the [email protected]

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Cup at stake. Taunton are away to Hemel Hdmpstead

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in their cup replay - a team that plays two

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divisions above them. The winners will face Barrow

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in the first round proper. Taunton haven't made it that far

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in the competition I think we've got a good ch`nce I'd

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tell you what, it will be a tough game and I think it could even go to

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penalties. It will be tight. We are going to do it. We are going to be

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Manchester United in the thhrd round at Old Trafford. -- beat Manchester

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United. And three of our teams are hnvolved

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in league games tonight. Bristol City and Bristol Rovers

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are both away, while Swindon Now if you see an army

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of Peter Pans in Bristol They're trying to break a world

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record for the most people dressed up as the famous character

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in one place. Some have already started to appear,

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but the official count is outside the Victoria Rools

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at nine o'clock tonight. They need 300 Pans to fly

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into the record books. We just thought we'd do somdthing

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creative and fun that would get people talking as well, so we

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decided to break a world record because it is unique and no one has

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done it in Bristol before, so it will be really fun tonight.

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And we will have those picttres on our late bulletin at 10:30pm

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I think we have spotted somd. I hope there will be more than just those

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seven. We have to find out what the collective is for Peter Pan.

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Our next guest is likely to put us all to shame.

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Pat Gallagher, who lives in Portishead, is a juniors' running

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coach who works in Bristol and South Gloucestershire,

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and has been running since she was a young girl.

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She's getting ready to go off to Australia this week to t`ke part

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enough, Pat, I hope she won't mind me sharing, is 70 years old.

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I am, yes. You look amazing, and you look even better when you are

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running. Tell us about the dvent. It is for people aged 35 and over. Men

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and women. It goes up in five-year bands. The distances are from 1 0

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metres up to 10,000 metres. There are other field events. What are

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your events? I am doing the 801 000 500. You've done it before? -- the

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800 and 1500. What you get out of doing it away from home? I couldn't

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run just to keep fit. I likd to compete. The competition gets

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satiated with this. You are off to Perth tomorrow, is that right?

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That's right, yes I am. When you have to be ready to compete? I have

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nine days. That's not long to prepare. That's all right. Xou can

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get some sightseeing. Songs get over the jet lag. You coach runnhng as

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well, so can you tell me about what should try to pass on to yotr

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students? The love of running. I started with my own two goals - two

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girls, and it's gone on frol there. It can be quite an impactful

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activity with running on thd knees and joints. Your knees start going

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downhill once you are 21 anxway You've been saying that for a while.

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Yes, and they have gone downhill. They are obviously still working

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well enough for you to compdte. What is a competition like in Perth? It's

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going to be tough. There will be the hardest thing? It will be hot as

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well. I don't mind the heat, I don't like the cold. You don't like

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running in this country that much then. Once you are out therd, are

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there other people who you know who will be running? Yes, loads. You

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know your competitors, you see them every year, every two years. Some

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have a break and do not comd back until they are in the new age group.

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Have you beat any of them? We have but we will wait and see thhs time.

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Will you let us know? I'm not as fit as I was a few years ago. You are

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fitter! Well, good luck, and have an amazing time. I'm sure I will.

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Thanks ever so much and letters know how you get on. From the thought of

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Perth we go to the thought of what is happening out there.

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A look at the weather now with Alina Jenkins.

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No weather like Australia at the moment and the warmth of September

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is a distant memory as we are in an autumnal chill. The early r`in

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cleared away but behind it we had cool and fresh conditions ptshing

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across, so despite sunshine across the region this was a fairlx typical

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scene, with highs of 16 Celsius but this afternoon more like 11 or 2

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they get used to these scends, dry, bright and settled as a lot of it is

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in the forecast will stop this evening and overnight there could be

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one or two showers but some places will be dry and skies will become

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increasingly clear. In the countryside we could see

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temperatures down to four or five Celsius but holding up to ehght or

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nine in the centre of town. We see an area of low pressure pushing

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eastwards tomorrow with high pressure building but allowhng a

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north-westerly wind, call dhrection at any time. We get off to ` chilly

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start but bright. Clouds will bubble up through the day and spre`d out

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and it brings the chance of showers. Many places might stay largdly dry.

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With a north-westerly wind, highs of 13 or 14 always on the cool side.

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Tomorrow evening in a simil`r fashion, quite quiet, incre`singly

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clear skies so it will be a touch colder am a big a touch of frost in

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rural spots as temperatures go down to three Celsius. At the end of the

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week the high-pressure dominates the weather story so it keeps things dry

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and settled. Thursday will be a fine day with good spells of sunshine. We

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cannot rule out a shower but I suspect many people will avoid them.

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There will be plenty of sunshine through Thursday afternoon so even

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though we have a north-westdrly wind, in the sunshine, 12 or 13

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quite typical for the time of year and it should feel pleasant. If you

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are looking for any more rahn there is none in the forecast and the

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high-pressure keeps things dry and settled through the end of the

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weekend and into the weekend, there is an increasing chance Apache Frost

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and fog, and turning windy `nd quite cool at the weekend -- Apache Frost.

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I feel inspired and yet a bht useless to be sitting next to Pat

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looking so fit and great. You need to take up running now, with your

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bad knees as well. We are b`ck later in the ten o'clock bulletin with

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hopefully some extra Peter Pan costumes. Good luck on that one

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