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

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The toddler shot with an air rifle - the man who pulled the trigger gets

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two years imprisonment, but for little Harry

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And now we can just carry on with our life

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Harry has suffered brain damage - we'll be finding out

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The older people coming forward about domestic abuse -

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He's got the key to the door - the remarkable effort to give

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And I'll be finding out why all these people are queueing outside

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the centre in Somerset for a private ticket only party, featuring one of

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the biggest bands in the world. A Bristol man who shot a crying

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toddler in the head with an air rifle has been jailed for two years

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at Bristol Crown Court. Jordan Walters left 18-month-old

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Harry Studley with lifelong injuries when he fired at him last

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July. The police say his actions

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were reckless to the extreme. The little boy's family

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say their son will struggle Our home affairs correspondent

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Charlotte Callen was in court. Of massive weight has been listed

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off my shoulders now. We can take Harry home. -- a massive weight has

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been lifted. Today marks the end of the legal

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battle for Harry's family. But this blue helmet hides the scars

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he sustained when he was shot This man, 24-year-old

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Jordan Walters, He and his girlfriend

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Emma Horseman were close They were neighbours

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in this block of flats. On the day he was shot -

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Harry and Walters' children Walters starting cleaning this gun,

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that he used for shooting rabbits, in his kitchen whilst Harry played

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in the living room. When Harry started crying,

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his mother Amy said she'd heard Emma Horseman say, "Jord,

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shoot Harry, just to scare him." Emma Horseman said she couldn't

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remember saying that, and was cleared by a jury of any

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involvement in his injury. But her partner Walters had

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pleaded guilty to causing grievous bodily harm,

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although he'd said he didn't Today he was told he'd serve

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two years in prison. Harry was just 18 months

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old when he was shot. He still suffers seizures and has

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lost much of his sight. But for now they're just

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grateful to all be together. How anyone could point an air rifle

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at the Child, loaded or not, beggars belief.

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But for now they're just grateful to all be together.

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It is brilliant. He is better than we ever thought he would be

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considering almost a year ago we were told to say goodbye. To now see

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him running around again, smiling, it is just amazing.

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The bullet remains embedded in little Harry's brain -

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There will be more testing times on his road to recovery.

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Police investigating the death of a woman who was hit by a road

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sweeper in Swindon are looking to speak to a taxi driver who may

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It happened outside Arkells Brewery on Beechcroft Road yesterday.

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It's understood the woman, who was 32, was going

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to collect her child from a minder at the time.

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Police say the taxi driver was not involved but could be a key witness.

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Part of the centre of Bristol remained closed this

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morning for investigations, after a woman was injured by

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The 22-year-old was taken to hospital with a broken shoulder

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after she was hit by the cladding panel outside the Unite

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Unite say work will continue at the scene until they are satisfied

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there is no further cause for concern.

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An estate agent in Wiltshire has been fined ?200,000

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after a woman who was being shown around a property fell down a well.

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Swindon Magistrates Court heard how a wooden board

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covering it gave way, plunging her down the 30-foot well into water.

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Strakers estate agents pleaded guilty to breaching health

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and safety laws and say they have fully cooperated with the Health

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and Safety Executive to avoid a similar incident in the future.

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It's emerged that more than 1000 older people

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in Gloucestershire sought help because of domestic abuse last year.

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It's thought more people are coming forward

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because of a change in attitudes, and because more

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Here's our Gloucestershire reporter, Steve Knibbs.

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He just grabbed me with all the force of a really, really strong

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He showed absolutely no remorse whatsoever.

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It's not her real name or voice, but Gloria is 65

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She was abused by her partner last year.

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I didn't know who I could trust who would believe me.

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He made me lose my confidence, it made me feel ugly and horrible.

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This is an increasing trend in the county.

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Over a quarter of victims helped by Gloucestershire's domestic abuse

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I think older people tend to stay in relationships longer,

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because they may have been in that relationship for a long time

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and the thought of leaving it is very difficult.

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You know, as we get older, the thought of moving,

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giving up family, friends, our house, our possessions,

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More people are coming forward for help and support

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in Gloucestershire, which is why the figures might be higher here,

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but for those that work with older people, the numbers don't come

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Age itself brings some issues that can be extra risk

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Retirement suddenly changes the dynamic in a family -

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Increasing health needs, the issue of becoming

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a carer for somebody, social isolation, they are all

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things that are factors of later life and they are contributing

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This Ageing Well group in Gloucester meets every week to talk

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about everything from loneliness to health for older people.

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Pearl and Barbara - they're not victims themselves,

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but they say often their generation don't ask for help,

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Older people just seem to go along with it and think, is this the norm?

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Well, places like this can also help to give them an insight

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that there is a bit more than family to see two.

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You just need to get at these people and...

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Just for an hour or so, you know, perhaps once a week.

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GDASS and Age UK are now working together to promote the support

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available to more people like Gloria - to change the stereotype that

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older doesn't mean that you're immune from what is often seen

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Of course everyone should feel safe at home, so do not suffer in silence

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is I guess the message from that. You're watching Friday's Points West

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with David and Alex. Thanks for starting

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the weekend here. Stay with us until 7pm

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because we've a lot more to bring We meet the men from Bristol who

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have decided to row 3000 miles across the Atlantic. The only

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problem is they have never done it before! I thought you were coming

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with us? Oh, no. And we see the return of

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fairly windy weather, although nothing on the scale of yesterday.

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Details later in the programme. That is coming your way, but first...

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A Royal Marine from Somerset who's in a wheelchair after serving

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in Afghanistan is moving into a house built

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The year-long project which would have cost more

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than ?500,000 has been made possible by the generosity of

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construction workers from all over the South West.

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But it's not just about bricks and mortar -

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this has been about rebuilding a family as well.

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There are the extra weight doors, which is great. To get that family

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life back, being able to act like a dad again and to feel like a father,

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more than anything, it is great, humbling in itself but it gives a

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bit of normality back to life -- extra wide doors.

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Corporal Phillip Eaglesham caught an illness called Q Fever

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while serving in Afghanistan in 2010.

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It's a condition which has made him progressively weaker.

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Knowing that we now have a home that has been future proofed for Philip

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and his long-term deterioration, it has really been a weight lifted off

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our shoulders. The build was made possible

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through The Royal Marines charity, which paid for essential works

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and encouraged construction There was no alternative viable

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solution and the charity felt responsible to provide that solution

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to keep the family unit together and provide a safe environment for the

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family to live in for the future. Many tradesmen gave their time

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and expertise for free. It did not take a lot of persuading

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for me to actually get the contractors involved, you know, they

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were very much willing partners in delivering this project. I know one

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of the politicians has done everything free off his own back.

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Even on his days off, he has come in and done work here. Thank you will

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never be enough. They are all part of our family and the door is always

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open to them, because we would not be here without them.

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A project which would have cost ?500,000 being achieved

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Three men have been charged with drug and slavery offences

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after the discovery of the country's biggest cannabis

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Thousands of plants were found at the former

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The men who are from Bristol and Somerset have been remanded

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in custody to appear at Swindon Magistrates

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Three others also arrested at the site have been

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A Bristol man has won a landmark legal case today

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Greg Roynon was a so-called 'property guardian'.

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That meant he paid below market rent to live

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in a disused building, but didn't have the same

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Our political reporter Pete Simson has the story.

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Nic's a property guardian in this old Bristol care home.

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He's been battling for his rights to live here for more than a year.

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Legal advice was that, actually, by the way you've been living

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and the room you've had, etc, then there is a good argument

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But the management company Camelot had argued that Nic and others had

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willingly signed up as guardians, to provide security

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Guardians don't have as much protection as tenants

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The court today ruled that Nic's fellow resident

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We should be entitled to the basic necessities of life, such as,

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you know, hot water and properly functioning showers, for example.

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We basically felt so strongly about all that stuff that we felt

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This hopefully would empower the people, if they feel strongly -

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we've done it, it's been a long graft, it's been pretty horrible

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The case has been acrimonious, with allegations of neglected

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properties and attempts to intimidate residents.

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All denied by Camelot, but tempers spilled out

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SHOUTING: There's (BLEEP) no lighting in some

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Today's ruling could have implications for thousands

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Listen - there is a massive housing crisis in the city!

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For Greg, however, he returns home a tenant, with his rights secured.

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A group of men from Bristol who have no rowing experience

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are to try to cross the Atlantic in a boat.

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The 3000-mile journey should take them six weeks.

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Tonight they're having something of a dry run.

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Andy Howard is with them in the centre of Bristol now.

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And they? -- Andy? Takes a brave man to want to stay out overnight in

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Bristol for an entire weekend, and if you add into that that you are

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rowing Donald Penn, to me it sounds plain daft, but that is what these

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guys will be doing from 11 o'clock tonight until 11 o'clock on Sunday

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morning, all to raise awareness of that big trip -- your rowing, then

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to me it sounds plain daft. The guise of the crew, John, me, it was

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decided on a lunch break at work, we signed up and you we are no -- all

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of the guys in the crew. You have done some crazy things in the past.

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He cycled from London to Paris, lands end to John O groats. We have

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some pictures as well. What else have you done? We have done our

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individual challenges, I have climbed Mount Kilimanjaro, taking a

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canoe across the length of Peru. Steve did a marathon in the Arctic

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Circle. But no rowing? Until a few months ago I don't think we had ever

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been on a rowing boat as a group, but it had an appeal. We want to

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show everybody they can go out and try something if we can do it. I

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have only been going for one minute ten seconds! Why are you doing this?

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Why in Bristol the whole weekend doing this nonstop? Our main aim is

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to try to raise ?100,000 for the Movember Foundation, so this is one

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of a series of ten where we go to main cities after this across the

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UK. We start in Bristol, our home city, and hopefully a lot of people

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will come down to support us and donate to a great cause, we will get

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some great sponsorship on the back of it and then do another nine.

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Unluckily for me, at this point, you know, the whole point of this is it

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is a really, two on, two off, every. I have been invited to stay the

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whole weekend, the overhaul of the Atlantic, but unfortunately I am

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unavailable. From Bristol city centre on a Friday night, this is

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about as close as I am going to get. Are you all right?

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STUDIO: And you still need to do our health and safety form for it!

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Thanks, Andy! He didn't seem to have much tension on the rope. Was it his

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technique? I see. I suppose it was hard enough. We cannot all be

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athletes! On last night's programme

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Andy reported on this - a gunner's turret from a Lancaster

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bomber which was going to auction today, with a guide

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price of ?100 to ?200. The bank note, apparently belonging

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to Billy The Kid, went for ?1900. And it seems that turret isn't

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the only one of its kind in the West - Mike from Swindon

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has sent us this... I never thought I'd say

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this, but if you too have a Lancaster Bomber turret

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at your house - send us a picture! Apparently his cat sleeps in it. A

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good idea. Let us know if you have one! A giant litter tray! It is

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another big weekend of sport with Bristol Rugby hosting Bath on Sunday

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in the Premiership. This might be the fourth time they have met this

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season but it does not change the significance of the match for either

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team. Damian Derrick is here to tell us why. Yes, Bath have won the last

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two matches and Bristol are struggling at the bottom, so a

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different story for both teams. The most recent trouble Bath had was at

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Leicester. COMMENTATOR: It's another try under

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the posts for the Tigers, and they really are now running away

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with this game. I'm afraid we have to concede that

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Bristol are going to get nothing It is absolute confidence,

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belief building, when you scrape The real championship teams front up

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in these times so, you know, it's a good result for Bath to get

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through this and see And it's a group missing 18

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first-team players, not that those involved on Sunday are

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letting it affect them. There's no

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excuses. No one cares when you come

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in on a Monday morning and start whingeing about the players that

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were missing, or the players away

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with their international teams. At the end of the day it is four

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are five points that you need Bristol's problems are altogether

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different - seven games left to save their Premiership status,

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they've called in former Edinburgh coach Alan Solomons

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to shake things up. He's coached in Europe for a long

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time, but he also coached for a long time in South Africa and,

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you know, they play a style of rugby that suits their physicality,

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and hopefully he'll bring that He has definitely been a positive

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influence for us, the players. 90% of our work, that

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unseen work, you know, that goes on in the background

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when no one is looking, I think that is where it

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all happens, you know, and I think we understand that

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if we can win in the little things, obviously coming to the weekend,

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you know, obviously we can try to put that performance

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out and get that win. A win that just might help

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Bristol avoid going down. Bath, on the other hand,

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are looking upwards - That match kicks off at 1

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o'clock on Sunday, as does All our football teams

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are in action tomorrow. Bristol City fans making the long

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trip to league leaders Newcastle do so more

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in hope than expectation. But despite overseeing 14 defeats

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in 17 league matches, head coach Lee Johnson

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is still confident he can I think the key for me, personally,

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is to pick a team that I trust, and dig deep, and get tight. The minimum

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standard is to run around and make sure we do everything we can to get

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a result. It has happened before in football. Newcastle is obviously a

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tough game but what a great game to start.

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Lizzy Yarnold is just one place outside the medals

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at the halfway stage of the World Skeleton

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Lizzy, who's training base is at the University of Bath,

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The second heat of four was actually cancelled this afternoon due

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to heavy snow which slows the track down significantly for the athletes.

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Team-mate Laura Deas is 13th and Donna Creighton 22nd.

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The final two bonds are on the BBC service and online -- final two

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runs. You will have to get up early to catch that, at 7:30am. OK, you

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have heard of the Foo Fighters, right? Pretty big. Huge.

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The Foo Fighters are one of America's biggest rock bands -

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used to playing giant stadiums around the world.

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If you don't know who they are though, don't worry.

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You might be a little more familiar after tonight because their latest

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Clinton Rogers is there now - Clinton.

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The king of cool! LAUGHTER

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Yes, it is true, Foo Fighters. It has been a bit of a secret over the

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last couple of days but that secret is well and truly out of the bag

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now. And just in case you are one of those people thinking Foo who? Yes,

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they really are one of the biggest bands in the world, they play Poland

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after playing in their home country of America, then Belgium, Denmark,

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then it all kicks off here, quite a coup for Somerset!

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Historic Frome, where it is fair to say the imminent arrival of one

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of the world's top rock bands wasn't exciting everyone...

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No, I don't know anything about anything like that. Food Fighters?

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No, not Food Fighters, but the Foo Fighters.

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I don't know who you're referring to!

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Used to playing capital city study are in the world, turning up for a

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free party in Somerset. They started preparation early. This was a gig

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shrouded in mystery. The rumour mill may have been working overtime, but

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nobody was prepared to say why this was closed, the Cheese grain, and

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why there was so much security to stop people getting in. Mind you,

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one man queueing in the early morning cold was pretty sure he knew

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why he was here. It is supposed to be a big secret? If you know the

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band, you can kind of work it out. I have this Foo Fighters logo, the

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signature, it gives it away. It looks like a ticket to an aeroplane,

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doesn't it? Yes, and you register like that, a boarding pass on a

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website. So even the tickets were mysterious! By late afternoon, the

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worst kept secret was a secret no more, as the Foo Fighters guitarist

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came out to greet the fans. Are you looking forward to it? Ya! Tonight,

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a venue, a party, very gentle maybe the last word that springs mind...

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the last word that springs to mind...

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What is it all about? Essentially a bit of publicity stunt because it

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has been long rumoured Foo Fighters will headline the Glastonbury

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Festival this year and I hear they will announce that inside, so it is

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a bit of a stunt, but for all the people who got free tickets to the

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party tonight, they just will not care, will be? Did you guys get a

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ticket? The other disappointed ones! I didn't get one either. Never mind!

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STUDIO: Your name is not on the list so you are not coming in, Clinton!

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Fab! I think they were meant to headline a couple of years ago...

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But Dave was sick... Yes, a great gig, and a great thing for Frome.

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Shall we catch up with the weather? Yes, good evening. Let's take you

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through the forecast for the weekend. A return of rather windy

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conditions but nothing near as pronounced as the storm that of

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course was a cross us yesterday. It would be a mild weekend, one with

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often a lot of cloud around, and indeed at times some rain as well.

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More particularly so during the second half of Saturday and

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ultimately towards the very tail end of Sunday. If anything Sunday is

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looking like a fair balance of dry weather prevailing for longer

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compared to Saturday. This Zaza wider look at how things are shaping

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up. A warm front across us late evening tonight, fairly weak affair,

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and into tomorrow we will get a wave of fronts delivering some damp and

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wet weather through the afternoon and into the evening of Saturday. As

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we look towards Sunday that will become influential overnight and

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into Monday. It will be the gateway opening the cold and blustery

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conditions for Monday. For the rest of this evening, dry, patchy rain

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moving in and the amounts will not be particularly great as all of that

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fades into the early hours, and temperatures for all of us here. One

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or two spots lower than that. Tomorrow morning, apart from a few

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spots of light rain there is a chance the morning will be dry but

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generally cloudy for the majority. Into the afternoon, you can see the

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signal for more rain arriving. At times a lot of it will be drizzly,

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ultimately with some hill fog is well mixed and into the evening

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period. If you watch the wind is there on that set of graphics you

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will have noticed they also look fairly pronounced so it will be a

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fairly windy day, gusts probably 30-40 mph, something like that, but

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from a mild direction. Temperatures generally up to 10 Celsius,

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Aberdare, as on Sunday. By the tail end of Sunday, that cold front

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leaves us in a cold spell -- 10 Celsius, about there. Thank you very

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much for that forecast. That is it from us for now. I will see you on

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Sunday for Sunday politics, it will be a good show this week.

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Cake-a-bake? Yeah. What is that?

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It's like bake a cake, but we flipped it.

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Oh, my God, we love flipping. Cake-a-bake. Cake-a-baking.

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I love it. I so love it when this happens.

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