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Welcome to BBC Points West with Alex Lovell and David Garmston.

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Anger as police fire the weapon at a man who used to be

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You hear it all the time on the streets, they feel there is a...

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the communities feel there is a bias and until things

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like this don't happen, I'm sure that feeling will prevail.

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The inside story - Princess Anne visits a rehab unit

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and meets a reporter who owes his recovery to their work.

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We look back at a pie served to regulars in 1980

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And on this inauguration day, folks, I am here in Bristol for the

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slapstick festival, it's going to be great, we are going to make Bristol

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great again, don't go away. An investigation's

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been launched after an Avon and Somerset police officer Tasered

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one of their former race relations The incident was filmed

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by a neighbour, in what appears OFFICER: I've asked you

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to remain calm. Last Saturday in Easton

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and two police officers They think - mistakenly - he's

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someone they want for questioning. One officer's holding

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a yellow Taser weapon. MAN FILMING: I see him every day

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walking his dog, But the man refuses

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to identify himself Then the high voltage Taser is

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fired. I thought

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they had killed me. Ras Adundi

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says after the Taser incident, then to a police cell in Patchway

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before being released As a former chairman of the

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Independent Advisory Group He thinks police officers have

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become more aggressive. When they took over, they liked

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to impose their own rules. Neighbours we spoke to also think

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the use of a Taser was excessive. From my experience of the police

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in this area, it's been OK, but, you know, I just think

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it's totally unacceptable. Those from black and minority ethnic

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groups are three times more likely Such discharges don't have to be

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referred to the Independent Police

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Complaints Commission, Avon and Somerset Police

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saying in a statement: That was totally

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unnecessary. Bristol's main anti-racism charity

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is also investigating, worried the Tasering of someone

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so well-known Young people who have had

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issues with the police will look at this and say,

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see, this is what I have This is what can happen, just

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because of the colour of my skin. Ras Adunbi says he was mistaken

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for the same man by police in 2007, back then receiving compensation

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for an injury to his shoulder. He says that's why he didn't

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identify himself this time. Abi Dymond from Exeter University

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has been carrying out research into the use of Tasers

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by the police. I asked her if she thought

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their use should be reviewed Yes, I think now is a really good

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time to to review the use of Taser. My research into the use

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of the weapon in England and Wales has shown that there is broad

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guidance around when the use of the weapon is appropriate

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and that officers themselves have a wide range of views

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as to when they think I think that additional review,

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for example by the Home Affairs Select Committee,

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both of Taser but also of police use of force in general,

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would be a really helpful step. Particularly as well

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because they could be Particularly as well

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because there could be the introduction imminently

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of a newer one. The Police Federation think

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the current Taser is 13 years The new one's more

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powerful, isn't it? Well, the new one also has

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the ability to fire two shots. So at the moment, the Taser

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that is currently in use is only able to fire one shot,

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so it is argued that the proposed introduction of this new weapon

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would enable officers to have a second shot if the first

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one was to go wrong. But obviously, with the proposed

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introduction of a new weapon like this, this is another reason

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why a review would be really timely. And do you think the public do

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support the use of Tasers? And if so, should they have

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confidence in them? Well, I think public

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confidence in the use of Taser Recently, we've seen from an IPCC

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report into the use of Taser that there was quite a divergence

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between how the police viewed Taser and how members

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of the public viewed Taser. And in this situation, again,

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it would seem important to take Abi Dymond, thank you very much for

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joining us. Now the big international story of

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the day. In Washington, the 43rd president of the United States,

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Donald Trump, has been sworn in. Hundreds of thousands braved the

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freezing cold fridge, including some protesters -- 45th president.

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And there have been demonstrations on this side of the Atlantic.

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Campaigners have been out in Taunton, Bath and this evening, they

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are in Bristol, where we can join our system political editor Paul bal

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drop. Good evening, the demonstration has

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just ended, largely disbursing but at around five 30p, 300 or so people

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were assembled here to make their feelings very clear about the 45th

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president of the United States. They set out in Bristol, into the

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Broadmead area, chanting, lots of noise, lots of people and a lot of

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angry people before coming back here but it has not just been here, lots

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of groups have organised lots of demonstrations across the country.

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They wanted to send a big message to the new American President

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I mean, it's coming together in solidarity, saying we are not

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happy with a man who is a racist, a misogynist and is basically

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targeting some of the most vulnerable people in society.

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The Bristol bridge stunt was the biggest,

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I just had to do something and it just seemed so right

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and so important that someone should stand up and say this is not

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I'm an American citizen as well as a British citizen,

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so I lived there for 15 years and it's really scary

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Conservative MP Charlotte Leslie didn't want Donald Trump to win

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but says her government must now deal constructively with him.

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You know, there are a lot of people saying he's

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You don't get to be the President of the United States by simply

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Unorthodox, maverick, many other characteristics people

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might want to assign to him, this is a guy we need to deal

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with and he's shown himself if anything to be a pragmatist.

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All citizens of the world must now wait to see

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And we will be talking about that on the Sunday Politics this weekend.

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You're watching BBC Points West with Alex and David.

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The chef who cooked up a very unusual pie for his pub regulars.

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the three young players hoping to spice up Swindon's season.

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Princess Anne has officially opened a new building in south

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Gloucestershire for patients recovering from brain injuries.

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The Brain Injury Rehabilitation Unit at Frenchay has had to expand

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because more people are now surviving serious

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Here's our reporter Will Glennon, who himself spent time

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at the hospital two years ago after a cycling accident.

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Marking a new era for treating patients. The old Frenchay hospital

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may be gone, but this unit stayed and expanded, almost doubling to 52

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beds. Its royal recognition of the work they do. It's just a really

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nice opportunity for us just to show what we do and what we do day-to-day

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with our patience. I think it's been quite an exciting day by everybody,

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we've already enjoyed having her here. Through her experience in the

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horse world, she has come across several people in the past who have

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had brain injury so she really has a great understanding of some of the

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difficulties these people have. Her Royal Highness that patients at the

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Brain Injury Rehabilitation Unit. They've been in road accidents, had

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nasty falls or severe strokes. And all need expert care to work their

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way back to live. Many more lives are being saved now compared to a

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few years ago. But of course, the other side of that, these people are

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the most injured people with the highest degree of need and we can

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look at all the different aspects that are involved. It's not just the

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physical side, it's so important that we deal with the cognitive and

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emotional well-being of patients as well. Nice to see you. Today, I was

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fortunate to be a special guest. I told the Princess about my time in

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the unit after a cycling accident left me in a coma. I was a patient

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who are exactly two years ago. The rehab team taught me how to walk

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again, taught me how to cook, clean, how to interact socially. In short,

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Brain Injury Rehabilitation Unit taught me how to get back to my old

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life, to this, to the person you see today. Polly Williamson is a former

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champion horsewoman. In 2011, a riding accident left her needing

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treatment. They can't be speaking again, I couldn't speak, couldn't

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walk, couldn't make sense at all. When I came out of intensive care

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and hospital, I was not ready to go back home and it definitely prepared

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me for the outside world. Invaluable, completely invaluable.

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It highlights how vital hospitals like this are and with more and more

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people surviving major trauma, the focus now is on making it a life

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worth living. I know that peace was very special for Will to do today.

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faster than any other city in the UK during 2016.

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The Hometrack UK Cities House Price Index,

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which monitors price increases across the twenty biggest cities,

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found the value of property in Bristol increased by

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9.6% last year, even more than London, which was 7.3%.

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A Somerset couple have shot up the best-sellers lists

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Harry and Kate Benson from Wiveliscombe have co-authored

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a book called What Mums Want and What Dads Need To Know.

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They're here in the studio, but first we asked these people

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what they think mums want from their partners.

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Men particularly can feel like, oh, the woman needs to feed them

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so I will just kind of back out but actually, it is good if they can

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She said if it is one or two,

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no problem, but now three, need important help.

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If you get a break, you're better at doing it, right.

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Seeing things from other people's perspectives, you know,

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be able to not just think about yourself, but

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So that is their advice but of course, you have written all about

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it in this book. Thank you for coming in. First of all, this was a

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very personal experience for you because this is your journey as much

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as anything, isn't it? What happened with us is what I think happens do

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absolutely masses of cobbles and that is that we drifted apart. At

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first, we started being very focused on each other and then eventually

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children came. I think very naturally, my focus went down onto

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the kids. Harry took a back seat and went and focused more on work and

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other things outside and we just slowly drifted apart and he, I don't

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think, was taking any notice of the relationship and I was busy with the

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kids. It is a De Villiers story, I am sure lots have experienced that,

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but let's talk about solutions -- a familiar story. Solutions, well,

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eventually confronted me that I was eventually confronted me that I was

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not the friend that she needed me to be an friendship is absolutely at

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the core of what mums want. She eventually wrote me a letter and the

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letter was rather despairing and it was a job spec of what it was to be

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Harry's wife and some terms and conditions, travel, perks all that

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stuff and at the end was this awful sentence where she said what I

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really want is a friend, will I ever get it? Who knows? Who cares? And

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those words really got to me and I realised I have neglected my wife.

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And it was a little subtle shift but it made a huge difference and from

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that point on... But why are you taking responsibility for that? I

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think the big differences happy mums tend to make happy families, it is

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the man who tends to be more child oriented and we did a survey, rather

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more than the vox pops, a survey of 300 odd mums and ask them what they

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wanted and the things they wanted most in the relationship to make

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that happy family was friendship, someone who is interested in them,

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someone who is kind and I think it was blokes could get a handle on

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that, it could revolutionise family life and make an enormous difference

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and stop so many of us couples, particularly as many, drifting off

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and neglecting our wives. By default, it is not malevolent. And

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Harry, you have researched into happy marriages for over 20 years

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and written about it before but what was it like for you to come in and

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have to be so transparent? When we got into the very most difficult

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stage of our marriage and we started coming out of the nosedive, I think

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we realised that what had got us into that place was ignorance, it

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wasn't malevolence, it was ignorance. We weren't looking after

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each other, we didn't think about it, we just drifted apart and so

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there are a lot of people out there that are the same as us and the

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important thing is that whatever we do, we have got to get the message

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out there that families don't need to drift apart. It is a bestseller,

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so congratulations. Anjula Mutanda the together. We are.

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This is for all of the Harry and Kates that needed get into the mess

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that we did. Now, all this year, Points West

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is celebrating our 60th anniversary. And we've put out an appeal

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for people who've been featured on the programme in the last six

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decades to come forward. Well, Ann Martin who lives

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in Cirencester contacted us to say her dad once cooked a rook

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pie for the regulars at a pub So we dug up the footage and sent

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Seb Choudhury to find out about that It's 1980 and we're

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at the Salutation pub at Berkley. On the menu for a charity evening,

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traditional rook pie. Its chef - the landlord

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at the time, Bernard L Cox. This customer came in

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and they suggested to me this time of the year that,

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being close to 12th of May, that I cooked a rook pie,

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which was tradition in this pub and I thought, this

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has got to be a joke. I mean, I'm a chef by trade,

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I suppose, but I'd never So I said, OK, you bring me

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the rooks and I'll cook the pie, I thought, I'm going

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to call their bluff. And they did, so Bernard

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kept his promise. Rook pies are now off the menu

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because of legislation in 1981, but its folklore lives

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on even in nursery rhymes. This 40-second silent

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film is all that exists and for father and daughter, seeing

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it for the first time in decades, So before I left Bernard,

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one question remained. It is a gamy, very dark meat

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and if cooked with venison, red wine and mushrooms and herbs

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and spices, it's not all that different to some

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venison, maybe pheasant. I guess we'll just have to take

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Bernard's word for it but for those at the Salutation, it

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was certainly a night to remember. Swindon Town have turned to three

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of the Premier League's brightest young talents

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to give their season a lift. Alistair Durden has tonight's sport,

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and can tell us more about them. Chelsea have out

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on loan at other clubs. Most won't manage to break

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into Chelsea's first team, so this is a great opportunity

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to showcase their talent. All three have made an impact

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already - helping Swindon win I've been to find out more

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about the talented trio who have swapped West London for the West

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Country. Apart from the weather,

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I think it's been brilliant so far. The boys have been brilliant,

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we have fitted in pretty well. Being at Chelsea, the way

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Chelsea play football is in a similar style to Swindon,

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so it's not much of What are your career

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highlights, then, so far? At the time, the youth cups

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in the Champions League, Uefa Youth Champions League,

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they are matches and We have won them on the

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bounce, it's great. Training with the first team

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as well, you can kind of get starstruck by some of the big names

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that are there. You try not to be, you try to train,

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because that's what they're there to do and they are not

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going to wait for How different is Swindon to

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the setup they have got a Chelsea? To come to Swindon, obviously not

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as big a club at Chelsea, so obviously you've got to humble

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yourself and be part of the boys, It gets us ready, it's

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good experience to have. Charlie, we've already seen

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a bit of you from your And one outrageous bit of skill,

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you know the one I'm thinking of. If you can come up with them

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when the time is right, it's definitely exciting

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for the fans to see. You know, I think that is

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what a loan is all about, you try and make your own noise

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and just take every experience and every lesson

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you can along with you. It was very enjoyable to play

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in front of the fans and do well of the team,

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so I am looking forward I want to do well, first

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and foremost, and score goals and like I said before,

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the most important thing is obviously the team climb up

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the table and get better results. Exciting few months

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ahead of you guys. All three should make their home

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debuts against Peterborough Elsewhere, two goalkeepers

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are in line for their debuts - Fabian Giefer for Bristol City,

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who's moved from Bundesliga club And Joe Lumley for Bristol

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Rovers, who's arrived from Queens

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Park Rangers. Here are all the

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fixtures - commentary on BBC local Bath prop Nathan Catt could win his

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first England cap next month after being selected in the Six Nations

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squad this morning. Nathan, who has

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come through the club's academy, They're joined by Gloucester winger

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Jonny May as England look to repeat their Grand Slam success of last

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season. All of Bath's England players start

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tomorrow's European Challenge Cup tie. A bonus point win all but

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guarantees them a home quarter-final. The same scenario for

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Gloucester, whereas Bristol can't Always a pleasure. Now I think we

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could all do with a laugh tonight, so it is over to Bristol's Colston

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Hall where it is gala night at the Slapstick Festival.

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Amanda is there for us now. Yes, they are all gathering for this gala

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night tonight. There will be a screening of the wonderful the Tabac

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sacro freshman from 1925, there will be Buster Keaton, laurel and Hardy,

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laugh out loud classics -- the like a freshman. And a modern classics,

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Rory Bremner, who is hosting. I am speaking, I will not have a series

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of cards and mouthing. Just give us an idea of the magic you are about

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to unveil to the audience, this wonderful world. The festival itself

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now has been going for 12 years and I was told about it by Graham

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Gardner from the goodies -- Graeme Gardner, and the organiser of the

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vessel and they told me about how it has grown over the years and this is

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the big gala night, we have a 27 piece orchestra, a screening of the

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freshman with Harold Lloyd, and people although he was one of the

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great silent movie heroes along with Buster Keaton and Laurel and Hardy

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and we have shorts from them as well, but I have never seen anything

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like this before. And having the music played live alongside it must

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expect but I think some of the be astounding. I don't know what

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expect but I think some of the audience will have been here before,

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but others will never have seen a silent film before but with an

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orchestra, there is going to be a very special atmosphere. It is a

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rather weird thing, I'm posting something but don't know anything

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about it. I have to sidestep slightly to ask you, we are seeing a

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wave of comic resistance to Donald Trump coming out of the US. Do you

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think it is OKed to see the funny side AS DONALD TRUMP: they are

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protesting outside and I wish it were silent. We are going to make

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Bristol great again. I watched the inauguration speech and it was a

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shocker. Make America great again. We knew he was going to say that.

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That is what is nice of this festival, it is the antithesis of

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everything in that speech. These films were made in the 1920s when

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people came to California from Sweden, France, Russia, all of this

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foreign, immigrant talent going to Hollywood, with the Brits of course,

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Charlie Chaplin and Stan Laurel, and they made these wonderful films and

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they are silent films, the language is humour, universal, so what better

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day? I think you will be busy with President Trump for a while to come.

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Good to talk to you, thank you. The Slapstick Festival goes on across

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the weekend, lots on the cards, so enjoy.

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That was a great impression, wasn't it? Now it is time for the weather.

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AS DONALD TRUMP: it is going to be great, he is on the roof.

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Let's get on with the weekend forecast. It is going to be a cold

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story and we will find that the Sunday is a less cold day but

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through the course of the night, widespread frost and then we will

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find through the course of tomorrow, more cloud tending to develop

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through the course of the afternoon but staying dry. Overnight and into

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Sunday, the chance of a few showers out towards the west, Sunday a day

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of varying amounts of cloud but some brighter phases. High pressure

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dominating the pattern at the moment and you can see the blues there, the

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widespread frost tonight. As we head into tomorrow, we will get thicker

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cloud coming from the south-west and that will be across many districts,

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at least in part during the overnight period into Sunday. Sunday

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a big job brighter spells and cloud. For the rest of tonight, it is a

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question of seeing how low temperatures eventually get and we

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are expecting they will match those of last night. With a bit more cloud

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down towards the south-west, here there will be -- it will be less

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cold but nevertheless, -4 for a good part of the region, some areas as

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low as -5 or minus six. Some freezing fog quite possible, parts

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of Gloucestershire by first light tomorrow but other than that, a fair

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amount of sunshine to greet us with the frosty start and then the trend

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for introducing more cloud from the south-west, starting to run its way

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north and north-eastwards further through the afternoon and thickening

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up quite considerably. Mothers as we continue through the evening. A few

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showers by that stage breaking out across Devon and Cornwall, perhaps

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into the far west of Somerset overnight into Sunday morning but

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most areas will be dry, temperatures into Saturday will be somewhere in

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the range of only two or three Celsius for the majority, so a cold

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day most certainly and those temperatures just going up a little

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bit as we head into Sunday, survival six covering most of the areas. As

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we go into the start-up next week, we continue on a dry unsettled night

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but watch out for fog on Monday, it could be troublesome, so we will

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keep you up-to-date. Have a great weekend.

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And you have a great weekend as well, thank you for braving the

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route for us. That is about is for us, quite a momentous day.

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It is, we are back on Sunday, or at least I am, with the Sunday

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Politics. It's going to be awesome. TV: He's not your father.

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WOMAN GASPS so why not pay your TV licence in

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weekly instalments, too? Parents are facing an explosion in

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the number of children saying It was like a battle, like in a war

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zone. She would literally scream.

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