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Just to see him put one foot in front of the other without tripping

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up is just incredible. But do families have to go abroad

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to get the help they need? now the campaign to double sentences

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for offenders has been won. the Olympic medallist Peter Reed

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pledges to make it to Tokyo in 2020. We investigate

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the noise inside Stonehenge. A three-year-old boy who went

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to America for an operation to help him walk again

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is making good progress. Jacob Baird, from Weston-super-Mare,

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underwent surgery in the US It wasn't cheap, and doctors say

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the surgery is available One day it's hoped the NHS

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will offer the operation, for free. Our health correspondent

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Matthew Hill reports. After an operation in America last

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month, Jacob Baird is already Just to see him put one foot

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in front of the other without tripping up

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is just incredible. Jacob was born with cerebral palsy,

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which makes every step a struggle. But his parents heard

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about a surgeon from Missouri who had pioneered an operation

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to reduce the spasticity Called selective dorsal rhizotomy,

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or SDR, it involves testing which spinal nerves are causing

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the leg stiffness, and then The family set a target of ?75,000,

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which they have exceeded by ?12,000. The surgery itself was just over

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?29,000, and then it's really the rehabilitation,

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physiotherapy, that costs the money. People would e-mail me out of the

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blue, saying I'm going to do a sponsored walk or run a marathon,

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it's just been insane. The operation was available

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here at the Children's Hospital, on the NHS, until April,

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as part of a national But until those results

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are evaluated, you can only get it here privately for around ?20,000,

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that's significantly less This Bristol surgeon has just

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returned from Russia, where he's been teaching

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the operation he learned in America. But he is warning parents to think

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twice before going abroad. I would be a bit concerned that

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you're having an operation thousands of miles away from your home,

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so if there are issues post-operatively, you've got

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a clinical team that really would have to look after you back

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in the UK, who wouldn't have a full understanding of what's gone

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on in the US. Jacob's parents say that there

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was never an in-depth discussion with doctors about having

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the operation privately in Bristol. They wanted to go to the surgeon

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who had the most experience, and who told them he'd developed

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more advanced surgery, something disputed by surgeons

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on this side of the Atlantic. This is his best shot at being able

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to walk independently. But as more and more families look to raise

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money for treatment abroad, the NHS is going to have to sell its private

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services better if it's going to offer treatment closer to home.

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How is supposed to make a decision? Very difficult choice, until NHS

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England decide whether they are going to fund this on the NHS,

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parents liked Jacob's find themselves in a difficult position.

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They are being told by the American surgeon that they have an add-on

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operation for which there is no real evidence, and doctors here are

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saying they would not do it, and parents need to pick their way

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through this. Jacob's parents have raised ?12,000 more than their

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target, they are going to donate that to families who are facing a

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similar situation. But it's not available on the NHS?

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No, it could be some time. Thank you.

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A man who was allegedly attacked with acid in Bristol has died.

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Mark Van Dongen was injured on Ladysmith Road in

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Berlinah Wallace has been charged with throwing

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a corrosive fluid at him, with a trial due to start next week.

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But it was halted today after Mr Van Dongen's father,

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who lives in Belgium, confirmed his death.

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The trial is now due to start in April.

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An online petition to honour the last British

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"Dambuster" has received more than 166,000 signatures.

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Last night we told you how TV presenter Carol Vorderman had taken

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up the case of George "Johnny" Johnson, who was overlooked

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in the New Year's Honours List despite being nominated.

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As well as leading the petition, Ms Vorderman is also preparing

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a new nomination to get Mr Johnson a knighthood.

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The parents of a three-month-old baby from Gloucester who died last

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year are to be prosecuted for his manslaughter.

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Ah'Kiell Walker died after being rushed to hospital

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have already been charged with child cruelty and neglect.

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Following a hearing today they were released on bail,

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and will appear in court again in April.

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The maximum sentence for stalking in England and Wales is to double,

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from five years to ten, following a campaign

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Alex Chalk fought for the change, after hearing what happened to one

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Dr Eleanor Aston was working as a GP when she started

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Over seven years he slashed her husband's tyres;

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bombarded her with messages; even turned up at her child's party.

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She became so anxious, she gave up work.

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It's a huge relief for me, and it's going to make a big

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difference to me and my family, because although at the end

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of the day five years, ten years, it's just a number,

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and an end will always come to that period of time,

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but it gives us that little bit of longer respite, it gives us

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a chance to have a breather, to get back to a normal life,

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Not look over our shoulders all the time, which is what we do

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One of the MPs who took up Dr Aston's campaign to change

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the law was Alex Chalk; he joins us from Cheltenham now.

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You must be very pleased - why was this so important?

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I'm absolutely delighted, this is the culmination of a long campaign,

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but this sends a message out that protecting victims has got to be the

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first priority, and the courts have the powers now that they need to do

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that. Alan has shown such astonishing bravery, and I am

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delighted today. -- Eleanor. Surely this is only

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the tip of the iceberg and for very extreme cases -

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what more can be done Well, it is critically important

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that the courts and the law enforcement agencies have the powers

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they need to intervene early, because we did not want things to

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get to the stage where people need to be locked up for a long period of

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time. Early intervention is key, and the Government has come out with

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these national stocking prevention orders so that we can try to nip

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these problems in the bud, get medical intervention if that is

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required, and it's only for those very serious cases where people need

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to be taken out of circulation, that the courts have the powers to do

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that. In a statement you said,

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"This is the culmination of a long and difficult campaign both

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inside and outside Parliament" - First of all, there's the

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Parliamentary procedure, you have to build the case, speak to the right

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people. Richard Graham and I created a long report which was

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evidence-based, so it is all about making speeches in Parliament, and

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then it's building that Coalition outside Parliament as well, of

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people who recognise the force of the campaign and are prepared to

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write in, to put pressure as well on the Government to do the right

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thing. So it is inside and outside Parliament, both have got to happen.

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Thank you, Alex, for joining us today.

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You're watching Points West with David and Alex -

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stay with us, as we've plenty more for you including: Lights out time.

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But how do you manage when you've got thousands to take down?

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And tonight's rain will gradually cleared away towards the south, the

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weekend's looking largely dry, but cloudy. Details at the end of the

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programme. The number of incidents

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of domestic abuse rises at this time of year,

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according to a And although the majority

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of victims are still female, an increasing number of men

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are now coming forward. Paul Chivers from Wiltshire

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was physically and emotionally He's been talking to our Wiltshire

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reporter Will Glennon. Paul Chivers suffered at the hands

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of his wife for ten years. She coerced, humiliated

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and isolated him, and she physically There was one incident

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where a painting was taken off and my ex-wife split my head open,

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and I needed eight staples But that was the turning point

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for me, that I decided I could Since 2012, the number of male

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domestic abuse reports being reported has increased across all

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our forces. That shows more men are willing to

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come forward. But the Home Office says men are still far less likely

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than women to report abuse. This charity has a campaign showing

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actors and hidden cameras to show how quickly the public intervene

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when a woman is assaulted, but in the situation where a man is being

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abused, he is left helpless. Social Services have started to

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realise that men are also victims, so if men do come forward, they will

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get a better reception -- reception than they have ever done.

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Paul is now putting his life back together.

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It was the toughest thing I have done in my life, to make that step

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and do it, but I'm so glad that I did. Luckily, there was a

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sympathetic ear. Paul says help is still hard

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to find, but it can be done. He hopes by speaking out,

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he'll encourage others to avoid Family and friends of a missing

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paramedic from Bristol have volunteered to help mountain rescue

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teams search for him this weekend. David Skeen has been

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missing since Tuesday. He left his home near

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Brecon in Wales, saying he was going for a run,

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but never came back. The 51-year-old moved to Wales

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at the end of last year, after living and working

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as a paramedic in Bristol. People in Bristol might

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already have a Lord Mayor and an elected mayor,

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but later this year they'll It's a new job that's been created

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by Government to help devolve more money and power to the city

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as well as South Gloucestershire, Today, the first candidate

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in the contest was announced. The Labour Party has selected NHS

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manager Lesley Mansell. She said alerting voters to

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the new role would be a challenge. A former Royal Marine from Bristol

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who's recovering from post-traumatic stress disorder is now trying

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for a world record. Louis Nethercott will try to crawl,

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swim and trek his way across the world's five

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largest islands unaided. He's already completed the first

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stage - the jungles of Borneo. Next he'll head to Papua New Guinea,

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then to Madagascar and Greenland, where the temperatures could reach

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minus 25 degrees, before finishing We were just completely

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on our own in the jungle there, It was an incredible experience,

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but it was also incredibly tough. It took just 40 days for former

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Marines Louis Nethercott and Anthony Lambert to get

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across Borneo, the first of the world's five biggest islands

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they are determined to conquer. Loads of people will go to the Poles

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nowadays, up Everest - we wanted to come up with one

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that was a bit unique. For Louis, the challenge has

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become a way of coping with post-traumatic stress disorder,

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a condition he developed after returning home from the front

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line in Afghanistan. We lost a couple of blokes,

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my section lost two guys, and a few others were injured

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in a significant blast. I felt like I was

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sort of in a different world. I struggled just to be around things

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- loud things, busy things. I found it very hard

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to relax and chill out, I was always, um, expecting

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something to happen. Before you know it, it is all on top

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of you. Louis was medically discharged

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from the Marines a few months ago. By taking on this expedition,

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he wants to raise awareness about the impact psychological

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injuries have and raise funds for the Forces charities

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that are helping him I'm still pretty tired

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and pretty hungry, so... I mean, to think we've got

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another four ahead of us, I think we just have to look at

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one at a time and put If I think of all four in my head,

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it becomes a bit of a disaster! The pair will set off

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for Papua New Guinea They hope to finish all five islands

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at some point next year. And endurance test that will push

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them almost to the limit. But Louis knows it is nothing compared to the

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horror he has already seen in Helmand province. What an amazing

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thing to do. We wish him well. I was thinking of going to Lundy Island

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this year, it's not quite on the same league! I might grow a beard.

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You can swim to it. Will the famous old trophy bring

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Bristol City a change in luck? We said on Tuesday Bristol City

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needed reinforcements. They've not wasted any time -

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today Australian defender Bailey Wright has joined

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them from Preston. And they've also signed German

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midfielder Jens Hegeler on the left here, and Bosnia international

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striker Milan Djuric. If international clearance comes

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through, all three could play I'm 28 now, and to play in England,

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football is huge here and it is something special. I was glad that I

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had now the opportunity. Away from the Cup, home games

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for Bristol Rovers and Swindon. And there's rugby tonight -

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Bath are in Newcastle. Gloucester and Bristol

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play tomorrow. Peter Reed, the triple Olympic

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rowing champion from Nailsworth, has told me he's determined to make

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it to the Tokyo Games in 2020. Several of his team-mates

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have retired since Rio, but the 35-year-old says he's

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still got more to give to the sport. I joined him for his return

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to training this week in Berkshire. Welcome to the Redgrave

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and Pinsent Rowing Lake. He's signed up for another four

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years of early starts We've got the men's pairs over here,

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the training boats. The Redgrave Pinsent Rowing Centre

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has been Pete Reed's base COMMENTATOR: And it is Great Britain

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in the men's eight, It's helped him win gold medals

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in Beijing, London and Rio. Representing my country

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is the most wonderful thing, it's an honour that I think

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for the first Olympiad I don't want to be lying down

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on my deathbed when I'm an old man, thinking, "What if I'd gone

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for that last Olympics? I don't want those questions,

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I want to answer them now This is where I'll spend

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most of the time over the next four years,

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and there's this sinking dread feeling to know how

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painful it's going to be. His first job is to lose

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the ten kilos in weight And he may also need surgery,

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to correct a problem with his hips. I think we will do everything

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to help him to do a good job. We want him, no question,

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he is in a competitive The young guys coming in,

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they want his seat - he has to demonstrate

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he can earn his seat. Pete will be 39 by the time

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the Tokyo Olympics come around - a year older than Sir Steve Redgrave

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was when he won his I think it's important to say that

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I'm not chasing Matthew Pinsent, and I'm not looking for a fourth

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gold because he's got one, or then It's not for fame, it's not for ego,

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I really just love my sport. I'm still just Pete from Nailsworth,

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just a young lad that's It means his other career

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as a lieutenant in the Navy COMMENTATOR: Well done,

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Great Britain... This officer is not ready

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to abandon his boat just yet. Well, today one of Pete's

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team-mates, Alex Gregory, has announced his retirement

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from the sport. Alex, who's from Cheltenham,

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won gold in the men's four at London 2012 and defended that title

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in Rio last summer. If Pete wins another gold, they will

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have to rename that rowing centre! I think we should follow him during

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his training. I definitely think so too.

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Stay with us for a moment and have a listen to this sound.

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That's normally the noise that follows my jokes!

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It's apparently how Stonehenge may once have sounded.

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An archaeologist is trying to recreate the acoustics

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of the ruins - and hopes it will unlock some of

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The BBC's arts correspondent David Sillito reports.

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People have been coming here for at least 4,000, 5,000

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years, so we're walking in the feet of history.

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When the wind blows, some people say they hear a strange hum.

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Thomas Hardy wrote about it in Tess Of The d'Urbervilles,

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and Dr Rupert Till is convinced the sound of Stonehenge

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You hear between each beat a little echo.

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As the sound leaves you, hits the stone and comes

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The problem is, this is just a fragment of the sound people

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I met the site's historian, Susan Greening.

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So, this is the front door of Stonehenge we're

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That's right, yes, and we are coming into the central space now.

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It does change a bit as you walk through, doesn't it?

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It does, you get that feeling of being enclosed within a space.

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And that's with many of the stones having gone?

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What we're looking at today is the ruin of Stonehenge.

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Many of the stones have been taken away from the site,

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many have fallen down, lots have been eroded,

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So it would've been a completely different atmosphere

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What this new VR technology offers is a possibility -

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return back and see, and also hear, what this place used

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We've reconstructed it by rebuilding Stonehenge digitally, and using

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software to reconstruct the acoustics of the space

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as it would have been when all of the stones were here.

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So how different is the old sound to the sound we have today?

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Well, if I tap this drum now, you hear

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When all the stones are put in place, there's a much more

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powerful sense of enclosure, a slight reverberation,

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more echo, and it changes more as you walk around.

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And the reason he's convinced ancient people were interested

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in sound, is because of his work on caves...

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Hundreds of metres underground they've found ancient

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So today, it's just a ruin beside a city road.

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This, a chance to say goodbye to the 21st century and experience

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It's not exactly Julie Andrews, is it, the Sound of music!

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Now, it's high time all your Christmas decorations

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were taken down - at least according to tradition.

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Spare a thought though for those who've got enormous light displays

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or entire streets to dismantle - like this one in Burnham.

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Our reporter Scott Ellis is at another well-known display

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It is bad luck if you have still got your decorations up, if they are

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still up you are supposed to leave them up all year now. Given there's

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55,000 bulbs here to extinguish, the family behind it have left it to the

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weekend. How long will it take? Were hoping to take about three days, as

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long as the weather stays nice. Where does it all go? And how do you

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know where to start? We basically go backwards. Clear the

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garden away, and then the House, the roof, the last stage. As it proved

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popular again this year? Yes, I think we've done quite well

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with the charity. We've made at least ?7,000, were hoping to hit the

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?9,000 to take our grand total to ?50,000. Next year will it be open

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for longer? Will probably find some new lights to put up, to keep people

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guessing, but yes, it's all happening again next year.

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If you don't mind, you've had your turkey, you've had your Brussels

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sprouts, and there you go, we are plunged into darkness. But don't

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worry, it's only 352 days until Christmas.

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And the Easter eggs already in the shops!

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Let's catch up with the weather. Good evening, everybody, a fairly

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soggy story across the region. It's looking for the majority, that dry

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weather will prevail. There will be some damp aspects to the forecast,

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more particularly in the shape of light and patchy rain at times over

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western parts of Scott -- Somerset, but in between, generally a lot of

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dry weather. There will be a lot of cloud around, extensively so, pretty

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murky visibility associated with that but it will be a mild weekend.

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And it will be one with light winds, so absolutely fine for sporting

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events. No risk of frost on football pitches. Here is a wider look at how

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things are shaping up. We have this front going south eastwards across

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us, introducing the rain. During the course of tomorrow that fades away

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southwards, but there is still this -- the hang or certainly not -- a

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lot of cloud around, and at times, some spots of rain about as well.

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For the rest of this evening, some of the rain is still moderate in

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places, most of it fairly light, a lot of hill fog associated with all

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of this, and all of this trembling its rate further southwards as the

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night waves on. Those of you in northern districts tomorrow will get

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underway on a mostly dry note. Temperatures tonight will remain in

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a frost free territory, we should be in a range of about two to five

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Celsius. The cloud cover will be extensive, a low cloud base as well.

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Whether the Upland parts of the region you will notice the

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visibility is fairly cloudy all round. It's looking effectively dry

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on the whole, winds will delight and temperatures will be mild, and on

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average getting up to about nine or 10 Celsius. They will slip back

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during the course of December, and next week it is looking brazier and

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eventually colder. That's it from us for now, we hope

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