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Welcome to BBC Points West with Liz Beacon and David Garmston.

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Our main story tonight: Face to face with the driver

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A Swindon woman meets the man who was on his mobile phone

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She wants to highlight the dangers of phoning and driving.

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Our other headlines tonight: Death in Thailand.

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A family in Gloucestershire look for answers after he sent worrying

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As the gripping TV drama Broadchurch returns,

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why a support organisation in Somerset is standing by to help.

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And Grandad's story - the discovery that took me back

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A Swindon woman has met the man who killed her boyfriend in a car

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crash, to draw attention to the dangers of using a mobile

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Gavin Roberts died last June, when a car ploughed into his.

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Meg Williamson says she's determined to make sure other drivers

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This is the moment that Meg Williamson came face

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to face with the man who killed her boyfriend.

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Lewis Stratford caused a car crash while talking on his mobile phone.

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He was an Australian living in Swindon.

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In June last year, he was driving to work on the A34.

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Lewis Stratford was driving on the other way.

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Arguing on the phone with his girlfriend.

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He lost control, went through the central

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reservation, and killed Gavin. I wish I could turn back

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I feel like I have been kept here to pay for the mistake I have made.

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For Meg, it was important for the meeting to take place.

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What possessed him to pick up his mobile phone behind the wheel?

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And to let him know how I'm feeling, how Gavin's family are feeling.

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I'll never forget it, ever, and I will never be sorry enough.

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But every time I say sorry, I think it is a bit cheap.

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I don't want to hate you forever, I am not that type of person.

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Eventually I will probably be able to forgive you.

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But I just needed some questions answering first.

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Lewis pleaded guilty to causing death by dangerous driving.

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She now wants all schoolchildren to be taught about the dangers

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Will Glennon, BBC Points West, Swindon.

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Can I start by asking how did you get to the point

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where you wanted to meet the man who killed your boyfriend?

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I had already wanted to meet Lewis back in June of last year. Mostly

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because at that point I was quite angry and I needed somebody to

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blame. Over time, the compassion starts to set in and you realise

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actually this is another person, and their life has been destroyed just

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as much as yours. At that point, I had some questions and I thought I

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could use it as a deterrent for people so they can see the impact of

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using mobile phones can be traumatic. We saw he did apologise.

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Did it make you feel as you wanted to feel? I think it answered some

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questions I had, for the puzzle I had the pieces that needed to be fit

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in. The hows and whys were answered. But for me, the main purpose of the

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meeting was to highlight to the rest of the nation that picking up your

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mobile phone behind a wheel can not only impact those that are left

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behind but also the person that May has caused the accident in the first

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place. In a few days the penalty

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for being caught using your mobile phone while driving will increase

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to ?200 and six points. I'm emotionally charged about this

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because I've been involved. I don't think it's enough, if you can drive

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a car and afford a mobile phone there should be something harsher in

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place, whether it is ?1000 or some form of awareness course, just to

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open people's eyes really to what can happen. We treat drinking and

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drugs in exactly the same way, so why can't we now introduced the use

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of mobile phones behind the wheel as a matter deterrent? I think we all

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have a mobile and we all drive. What do you do when you're in the car and

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you have your mobile with you? My phone is in my bride, in the boot. I

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will not touch it, if it makes a sound I know it is there at the end

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of the day. What is your hope? What do you hope to get out of this? I

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would like to see this be introduced into schools, I think if we can

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introduce it like we have with sex education and drugs and alcohol etc,

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with an personal development days, opening up the younger generation to

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the impact and hopefully it will filter through up into the older

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generations. The bubble, not the norm to pick up your phone behind

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the wheel. Meg, think you for joining us. What a powerful

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interview. Certainly makes you think.

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Police divers searching for a missing Bristol man have found

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26-year-old Lewis Ball hadn't been seen since the 5th of February,

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The police say that the body has yet to be formally identified,

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but that Lewis' family have been told.

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Searches have resumed today at the former home of the convicted

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Specialist police officers began investigating the gardens

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and garages of two properties in Broad Street last week.

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Halliwell is serving a "whole life" sentence after killing Becky Godden

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The family of a man found dead in Thailand say they want answers

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Andrew Apperley from Gloucestershire was last seen on a tourist island.

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His brother says he sent several messages before he died suggesting

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38-year-old Andrew Apperley was an experienced traveller.

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His death after a beach party in Thailand has

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My mum lost her husband three and 1/2 years ago,

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It's literally just me and her left now.

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It's created a big loss in our life, and he leaves

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Brought up in Gloucestershire, Andrew Apperley was

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He flew to Bangkok in early February before travelling on to the resort

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On February 12th he headed for a party on the nearby

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His body was found last Tuesday, four days after

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His brothers found a series of texts messages sent by Andrew

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to friends on February 13th, including one talking of "guys

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wanting to kill me" and mention of a scary guy with a face mask.

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His brother suspects foul play, and is demanding answers

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I've got to investigate as a brother.

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I can't sleep at night, I've been up sat at the computer for days.

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Days and days, running a social media campaign.

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I'm not going to go away, the campaign is getting larger.

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The amount of hits I'm getting every day, and messages,

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This is not going to go away, they need to deal with this.

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The Foreign Office and Gloicesterhsire Police

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are supporting the family as the Thai authorities investigate.

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The family is considering flying out to Thailand, frustrated that

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so little has been said to them almost a week since

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Thanks for joining us on BBC Points West.

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Liz and David here with you on this Monday evening.

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Still to come: A step towards the great escape.

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There's plenty still to come. A step towards the great Estates. --

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escape. Can Bristol Rugby avoid

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relegation after beating Bath? tracing the lives

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of those who fought The hit TV show Broadchurch is back

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on our screens tonight And if you're a keen viewer,

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you'll know that parts of the programme are filmed

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in and around North Somerset - This time, though, the series has

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another, more serious connection with the West,

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as Laura Jones explains. Over the years it's been

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the backdrop to numerous films, adverts and even pop videos,

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most recently to the fictional hit detective programme Broadchurch,

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which is mainly filmed in Dorset. This time, though, this place isn't

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the West's only connection As always the series deals with some

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pretty difficult themes, so when producers wanted advice

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they came to a local charity. My name's Ellie, I'm

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a detective with Wessex Police. We will find the man

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who attacked you. This time the storyline focuses

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on a rape investigation, something that producers realised

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was going to be difficult So they took advice

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from the experts, including those working here at Sarsas,

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the Somerset and Avon rape So the impact of somebody watching

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a TV drama about rape, which is so visual, can have such

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a big impact on their body as well as on memories,

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you know, things coming back to them that they may have tried

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to repress for a long time. But it's also their body that can

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react, because trauma is often held in the body,

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so things like people being sick, having watched something,

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because the memory of what's happened to them has come forward

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so strongly in their minds. Every year Sarsas helps

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thousands of survivors of rape and sexual assault,

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but money is tight. As a result of the charity's

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involvement, the programme's producers are going to help fund

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a national rape-crisis helpline, which would normally only be staffed

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for a few hours a day. Meaning anybody affected

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by what goes on in this seaside Could green-belt land be

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the answer to the West's A think tank called

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the Centre for Cities admits it's controversial -

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but it wants the area's new Metro Mayor to consider building

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homes on green fields. Housing will be one

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of the Metro Mayor's key responsibilities

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when he or she is elected in May. House prices soared

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10% last year alone. But is it pricing people out

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of living here altogether? She used to work part-time

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for the council. A sharp rise in rents means she can

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no longer afford to make ends meet, It's a real bad divide

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between people who were able to buy, you know, a couple of decades ago,

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and people who now can't afford to buy and they're

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priced out of renting. And there isn't enough

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social housing either. The four local councils

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have all pledged to up They're aiming for another 85,000

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in the next 20 years. It's the equivalent of building two

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cities the size of Bath. But a new report says even that

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doesn't come close and it's time to start thinking what some say

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is unthinkable and build We think it has to be one

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of the options on the table. Actually, the West of England

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is quite unusual that much of the brownfield land

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that is available is quite small So about 4300 houses could be

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built on brownfield land. Clearly that's nowhere

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near what's needed. She thinks building on the green

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belt should be considered, as it takes up half

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of South Gloucestershire and over two thirds of Bath

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and North East Somerset. And it's not always

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glorious rolling hills. A lot of green-belt land

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is low landscape value, it's not a high-quality

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environmental value, but because it's called green belt

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politicians really run scared of it. We were looking at the maps

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on the walls, and Mary's house was under a warehouse,

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and my farm was completely Any talk of building

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on protected land, though, All this, every bit of green you can

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see before your eyes is green belt. Farmer Jill Britton and her

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neighbour Mary Walsh have fought off developers from Whitchurch,

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south of Bristol, before. With 3500 homes in the planning

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pipeline, they're preparing Well, if they want to label

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me a Nimby, so be it. I can cope with it, I've

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got broad shoulders. But I love my farm and I want

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it to stay as a farm. We've been told we're Lambys,

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looking after my backyard. Nimbys, Lambys -

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whatever the terminology, the debate is set to hot up,

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as pressure grows on the Metro Mayor elected in May to put house building

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at the top of the to-do list. If you are not quite sure what the

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Metro Mayor is, don't worry we are planning a special programme and all

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will be explained. Bristol Rugby's "great escape"

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from relegation is back on, after they narrowly beat

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local rivals Bath. They're still bottom

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of the Premiership but are now just two points behind Worcester,

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who they play this coming weekend. In the context of Bristol's

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Premiership survival, As a rivalry it's been rather

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one-sided in recent years. This was Bristol's first win in over

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a decade against their nearest Shivering with cold, shaking

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with excitement, but just great. We made a few errors,

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I think, unfortunately, but I think at the end of the day

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Bristol deserved that. I hate to say it but

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the better team won the day. Bristol had been badly beaten

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in their previous two games. Bath were missing 18 players

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to injury, suspension But this was Gavin Henson's day -

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the former Wales international making his first start for Bristol

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in four months after injury. Now 35, he controlled

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the game for the home side, scoring all of their points

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as they built up a 12-6 lead. That work was almost

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undone by one sloppy pass. Semesa Rokodoguni may

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not be able to break into the England side at the moment,

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but at club level he's lethal. The conversion would have

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nudged Bath in front. Bristol hung on for the remaining 12

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minutes to secure a vital win. A lot of people have been writing us

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off but I think it showed today that the 23 involved don't believe

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that and they're going It's been a tough year and I'm not

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the best with injuries, I feel pretty guilty about it,

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I haven't done much for the club, so I felt like I owed a big

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performance, especially against our rivals,

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and where we are in the league, Everyone's lost a few players

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and we've got a very deep squad and we've got a lot of very good

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players so we're not in a position For Bath a golden chance

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missed to strengthen But increasing the likelihood

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of these two sides meeting And that wasn't the only

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close finish to a game Bristol Flyers basketball team

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were trailing 72-70 in the final seconds when Brandon Boggs scored

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this amazing three-point shot to win the match against London Lions

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right on the buzzer. A hundred years on from

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the First World War, we have been paying tribute

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to the thousands of men who left the West Country

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for the horrors of the trenches. Among them was this man -

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he's my grandfather, George - but like most of his generation

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he never talked about the war and I didn't have a clue

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about what happened to him. That was until I inherited

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a biscuit tin, filled with his old documents that

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provided some clues. Inside Out West asked

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historian Jeremy Banning Here's a clip from

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tonight's programme. This is Lancashire Cottage Cemetery

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in Plug Street, and we're probably a distance of 400 metres behind

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the front line. So this is where your grandfather

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George was from April 1915 It's a long way from

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Bristol, isn't it? Here we have some of

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the Gloucestershire Regiment. Now, these are men of your

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grandfather's battalion. And I want to talk about

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this young man here. What I have here is the battalion

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war diary, and each unit kept a diary of what happened

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on a day-to-day basis. "Two rifle grenades fell

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in A Company's trenches. Result, six men of A Company

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wounded, private OH Badman I would say that your grandfather

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would have certainly known him. He lived on a street

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called Alma Street. About 200 yards from

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where your grandfather lived. Who knows, he might well have seen

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this young lad playing down Bristol's a small place now,

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so back 100 years ago it was much more small,

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wasn't it, and, yeah, they'd have known each

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other, for sure. He may well have even

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attended his funeral here as well. As he was lowered into

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the ground in a blanket. So having been a Saturday soldier

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at home, this is really where it goes from being a game

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to being reality. Well, I'm pleased to say

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Jeremy has joined us Thank you for all of the work you

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have put into researching this story, but how common was his

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experience? It was interesting because he pretty much was a common

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soldier, a territorial soldier, and what he went through millions of men

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went through, that experience of leaving the country, going to

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France, Belgium, and really it must have been like a completely alien

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world, leaving Bristol, going into the trenches. We visited the site

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where they went to the trenches and we can't imagine what it must have

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been like. So many men would have gone through a similar experience. I

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can't remember him ever talking about it, he died when I was about

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17. Was that common for people of that generation? I think so. So many

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clients I speak to say, I wish I could have spoken to grandfather, or

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great uncle. The problem was, who on earth you hadn't been there could

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relate to what they went through? When they did open up it was

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probably at regimental reunions or Inbee Park with friends who had

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served, but otherwise how could you explain to somebody who hadn't been

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there? -- or in the pub. One thing I found out, which was quite a

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surprise, looking through his stuff, was that his father was German and

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yet he didn't have much time for the Germans. He didn't. Your family come

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from Bavaria and some interesting history there. Many men with German

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heritage ended up fighting for the British army against what had been

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their country of birth. It is interesting. Paps that is why I like

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order. -- perhaps. I am rather proud to have German blood in me but I had

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no idea. Grandpa also had these medals. Is there anything

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particularly unusual about these? I will hold them up so you can see.

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Most people would have got those automatically. The three on the

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right-hand side, this is the 1914-15 Star, so this indicated he went

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overseas in 1915. Then we have a war medal and the victory medal as well.

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They were given out at the end of the war, over 6 million were issued.

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The one on the left is intriguing because it marks him out as

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something rather special. That is the military medal, and if you look

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on the back you can read the words. I have my glasses actually.

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Jeremy, you might find that the subject sometimes might get rather

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drive. Didn't make a difference bring it alive the David and seeing

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his reaction? A huge difference. Otherwise it is words on a page.

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When you take somebody there and have that direct link, when we stood

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in the spot where George was 100 years ago, it is a real link,

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because otherwise it doesn't have that link. Visiting the battlefields

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is sort of a special moment. The medal says bravery in the field, so

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I am very proud of him. He was just one of hundreds of thousands of

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distal men, so as we tell his story we hope to tell everybody's story.

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-- Bristol men. And you can see more on this -

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and find out how I got on following in my grandfather's

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footsteps - on Inside Out West Many people take pride in collecting

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things, be it stamps, A man in Swindon has been collecting

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them since he was three. Steve Cook now owns 300 of them,

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most of which are in working order. They don't all fit in his

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one-bedroom flat, so he also has to rent a nearby garage

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to store them. He must have the cleanest apartment

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in the West Country. Which one should I use today?

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Let's catch up with the weather now. Good evening. I have been roly handy

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as the radar suggests more showers are gathering not far from pistol.

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-- I have the brolly handy. It will be fairly chilly tomorrow, turning

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windy through the afternoon and into the evening. The morning looks

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largely dry, possibly completely dry for many of you. The afternoon will

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bring the increasing threat of shower readout breaks. We have the

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Met Office warning for icy stretches on untreated roads and pavement

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through this evening, tonight and into tomorrow. That tells you

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something about the coldness of the air we will be experiencing my

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courtesy of low pressure to the north of us, dragging colder air to

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the British Isles, bringing a mixture of showers, hail, sleet and

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even snow at low levels. As we head through this evening a number of

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showers around, Western areas especially prone through this

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evening and overnight. You can see a wintry mix, hail, sleet and possibly

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small accumulations of snow. Underpinning that will be a cold

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night, temperatures getting ready close to freezing, perhaps a degree

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or two are low in one or two areas. Tomorrow -- a degree or two below.

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Tomorrow afternoon as we run into this area of predominantly showery

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rain, a bit of a wintry mix in places, there will be pockets of

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brighter weather punctuated by the threat at least some areas of

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further showers. The wind speeds were increasing through the

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afternoon and the evening and that will give another level of coldness

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to the feel of things, with temperatures sitting around six to

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eight Celsius anyway. Looking beyond that into Wednesday it will be a dry

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start to the day, another band of rain moving up from the south, this

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time through the course of the afternoon. To the west of us a

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sequence of further areas of low pressure, a lot of uncertainties

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with that tied in to have elements from the US, which could have

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tornadoes, which will have knock our weather.

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We have to go, I have two vacuum, you will do the dusting.

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We have to get ready for pancake day tomorrow.

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Thank you for watching. To be in the Lords,

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you have to be punctual... literally have to slam

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the door in somebody's face. What right do they have

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to tell ME about my fashion sense. Can you now control your

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bad language? Yes, I will. Otherwise you'll be,

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you know, drummed out.

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