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

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A day of reckoning - the family of a Bristol girl

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who vanished in Australia 50 years ago gather in court

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It's traumatising. The effect that it has on our family and will

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continue, there will no closure. Our other headlines tonight:

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Crowds of supporters of Marine A go home disappointed

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as his sentencing is delayed. It's Derby night at Ashton gate

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where Bristol are running out of chances to save themselves. And keep

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dancing. A knees up for Red Nose Day.

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The family of a Bristol toddler who vanished in Australia almost 50

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years ago broke down in tears today as a man was formally

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Three-year-old Cheryl disappeared in 1970

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As Andrew Plant reports, her family said at court today,

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no matter what happens, they'll be haunted forever.

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It doesn't matter what's going to happen. a family who lost retail 47

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years ago overwhelmed by news this morning that a man has been charged

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with her murder after what seemed an impossibly long time. It affects me,

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my father, my children. I cannot leave my children alone for one

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second. It was something they feared they would never see, a suspect

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detained by police almost 50 years after she vanished. Cheryl was a --

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the youngest of four. Her dad joined the Army after emigrating from

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Bristol. In 1970 on ED at the beach, the three-year-old disappeared the

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shower block in this quiet East Coast town -- a day at the beach.

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Come and stand where I'm standing, see what it feels like.

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the pain of losing their sister has never gone away. Like the

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disappearance of Madeleine McCann here, the case of Cheryl Grimmer is

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ingrained in the mind of every Australian parent. It changed her

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parents behaved. Cheryl's mother Carol felt safe letting her brothers

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take to the shower block to wash off the sand after the day at the beach.

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They were out of sight for only 30 seconds but that's all it took.

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Cheryl Grimmer disappeared less than two years after the family had

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emigrated from in Bristol. Both her mother and father died without ever

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knowing what had become of their youngest child but on their mother's

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deathbed, Cheryl's three older brothers that they would never give

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up searching for the truth about what happened to their sister. The

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63-year-old suspect would have been 16 at the time. Today, her father

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arrived at court hoping to see the man accused, but they left

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disappointed -- her family. He didn't appear for psychiatric

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reasons. Cheryl's brother said he still had a lifetime of questions to

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answer. We wanted to see him but it's not to be, it has been

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upsetting today. The man charged with Cheryl's murder

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is due back in court in May. The father of a baby boy whose son

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died at the RUH in Bath says he's shocked and disappointed

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that he hasn't been informed Actor Jamie King and his wife

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Tamara Pedemski lost their son Benjamin last year,

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following a decision to delay A police investigation was launched

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after allegations that The police now say that there

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will be no charges, but until Points West contacted

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Mr King, he wasn't aware of that. The NHS Trust says it's taking

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the matter very seriously and cooperating fully

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with the coroner's directions. The former Royal Marine

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from Somerset who shot dead a wounded Taliban fighter

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in Afghanistan will have to wait a little longer to hear if he's

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to be freed from prison. Alexander Blackman's murder

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conviction has already been But today a decision

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on his new sentence was deferred. Here's our Somerset

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correspondent Clinton Rogers. To cheers from waiting supporters,

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Alexander Blackman's wife arrived at the High Court full of hope

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that her husband might be Two hours later, she left

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disappointed, but philosophical. We're obviously disappointed not

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to have a decision today, but we understand that the judges

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wish to consider this important The same five judges that ten days

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ago reduced Blackman's conviction from murder to manslaughter say

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they need until next Tuesday So for now, he stays

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in Erlstoke Prison. He's already served three and a half

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years of a minimum eight-year sentence for murder,

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imposed by the original But this case has now provoked calls

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for the whole Court Martial Members of the armed forces should

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not be disadvantaged. In the House of Lords,

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Liberal Democrat peer Lord Burnett, a former Royal Marine,

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said the system was flawed and more A simple majority at a Court

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Marshall can convict a person. In Sergeant Blackman's case,

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five of the panel found him guilty That ratio would be insufficient

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in a civilian court. A former Naval Commander

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and one time head of the UK Royal Marines Reserves has said

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important lessons need to be learned from the Blackman case,

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not the least to consider the mental health of military men

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involved in such situations Where there are serious charges

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of this nature where the accused have been involved in operational

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combat situations, it should be mandatory that mental health factors

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are taken into consideration Today, the High Court Blackman's QC

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said the former Royal Marine was the last casualty of a failed

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war, and he should be You're watching Friday's Points West

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with David and Alex. Don't go anywhere because we've lots

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more for you tonight, including an unexpected guest

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in the garden. We find out who's popping

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in when the lights go out. weather is serving up plenty of

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sunshine. Details towards the end of the programme.

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Some of the days other news and the Cotswolds MP

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Geoffrey Clifton-Brown says his staff are still affected

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by witnessing the terror attacks in Westminster this week.

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His office overlooks the scene, and people who work for him saw

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He told this week's Sunday Politics they were all still coming to terms

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They didn't see the carnage that the car had caused over Westminster

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Bridge, ploughing into pedestrians as they went. Certainly the lady

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that works for me is still affected by it. It is a deeply shocking thing

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to have happened. You can see more on that

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on Sunday Politics this We will also talk about whether the

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police in this part of the world should be armed and we'll talk about

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Brexit and all sorts of other things as well. Make sure you change your

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clock so you don't miss it! The Labour leader was in Bristol

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today, launching his party's campaign for the West of England

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metro mayor election. Voters in Bristol, Bath

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and North East Somerset, and South Gloucestershire will go

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to the polls in May. It's a crucial test

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for Jeremy Corbyn, with many senior figures in the local party unhappy

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with his leadership. Here's our political

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editor Paul Barltrop. It gives me absolute pleasure and

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delight to welcome not only one of the most magnificent men I've ever

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met and there's not many of them... Among Corbynistas,

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he's almost adored. Like her leader, Lesley Mansell's

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rise to prominence was much helped by support from

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Momentum left-wingers. There were many at today's event,

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far outnumbering critics. None of Bristol's Labour MPs

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wanted him as leader, only Kerry McCarthy came today

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and looked unenthusiastic. She's alarmed by the party's

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performance in the polls, We have a good campaigning strategy,

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we have a very enthusiastic candidates for the metro mayors.

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Then why is it not working? It would help if people could occasionally

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get round to discussing the policies we face in this country.

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The West of England metro mayor contest so far has six candidates.

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Labour are vying with the Conservatives,

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Liberal Democrats, Greens, Ukip and an Independent,

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He's significant: a former Labour election candidate who's deeply

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He left the party because of you. What do you think of that? Well,

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he's made his decision, it's his choice.

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Others in the local party are more forthcoming.

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I was a bit dismayed, but I've talked to people about it and they

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think it has an enormous impact. For an embattled leader,

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today was a welcome break. Issue of unity today by Jeremy

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Corbyn was preaching mostly to the converted. What's more important is

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what people vote on May the 4th. We've got a special debate programme

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planned for April so you will be able to see all of the candidates

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and discuss the issues. A couple from Gloucestershire whose

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son died in a road accident have Jimmy Edmonds and Jane Harris

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travelled around America meeting They hope their film -

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and the charity they've set up - will encourage people to talk

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openly about death. Film-makers always put their heart

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and soul into their projects. But for Jimmy and Jane,

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this film is deeply personal because it's about them and much

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more than that, it's We've travelled down

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the Ho Chi Minh Highway to the place our son had died

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in a road accident. Josh was killed in a motorbike

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accident in Vietnam six years ago. As film-makers, they turned

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to what they know best to help with their grief and tonight

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is the first public screening of their film,

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A Love That Never Dies. Dear Joshua, we're older now,

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much older, but still I wear your clothes,

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your jeans, your shorts, Grief is often described

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as a journey, so the couple set off on a physical journey

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across America, talking with a shared understanding

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of their suffering - Sometimes I just come

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in and I say hi, Jordan, sometimes I open the door and peek

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in at night and say goodnight, son. It's just to find some

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familiarity and... As Jane and Jimmy shared their

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experiences with other parents, their film now means those stories

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can be shared with an audience. What they're doing, giving people

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a voice to their grief, I think it's amazing and we need

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to tear down the barriers and walls What I hated most was people

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turning away from me. Josh's parents hope the film will be

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screened across the UK, the US One woman came up to me

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and said she was terrified Six years since Josh's death,

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what we're trying say here is that he still lives on in us

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and in our relationships With his friends and he's living

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on within the film as well. The couple want this film to help

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not just bereaved parents, but everyone to better understand

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grief and its effects. Well, if you want to catch that

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film, two extra showings are being put on because the first

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was a sell-out. They're at the Vue cinema in Stroud

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on fifth April and the Scott cinema Now we've told you before

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about Harmonie Rose from Bath, the little girl who lost

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all her limbs after Well, now she's learning to take her

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first steps with a walker. The three-year-old is undergoing

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physiotherapy to help her. Her mum says, "She sure knows how

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to make a sad day better," and she can't express how

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proud they are. And we wanted to share these

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pictures with you too. It's a wily red deer stag who's been

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stealing bird nuts from gardens It was filmed by Dr Langbein,

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who says the stag returns night after night to its favourite haunts

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on the edge of Exmoor. Many local people probably have no

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idea they have a late-night visitor. You can see how this particular

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animal has worked out how to use the very tip of his antlers to knock

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off the bird feeders Gloucester Rugby Club

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play their first match tonight since their head coach Laurie Fisher

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left three weeks ago. It's a local derby against Bristol,

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whose Premiership status Alistair Durden is at

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Ashton Gate for us. Ali, neither side are in

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great shape, are they? The truth is both these teams have

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disappointingly underperformed. Bristol are on the cliff edge and

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Gloucester haven't improved much since last season. Their head coach

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Twitter to resign from his job. Dear me, the wheels are really

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coming off now at Kinhsholm. Gloucester Rugby head coach

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Laurie Fisher has left the club following Saturday's

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defeat by harlequins. He tweeted it was time to make

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room for someone else. I have a huge amount of respect

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for Laurie Fisher and I'm sad to see him go but it didn't unfold

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the way we hoped. The players want to

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get back on the pitch desperately after the disappointment

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of the harlequins game and we just want to make sure we

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put the wrongs right. Hopefully it does spur a reaction

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but that's life and how things go We want to get a reaction for this

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weekend and get a result. We want to play well

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for each other and put a bit Let's get a fan's view of what

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happened. Danny, was a great Laurie Fisher took the blame for all of

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this? Well, it came from the man himself. He said on Twitter that he

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doesn't think he's up to the job and so that the consensus, really. you

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think the players let him down? It's always the case but I think the

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squad we've had now compared to the squad we've had for the last ten or

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15 years, look where Gloucester were ten or 15 years ago and look where

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they are now so the squad have let them down but it's all systematic.

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Do you expect a morale boost of a win tonight? I hope so but don't

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expect anything any more! Lets get a Bristol perspective because they

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really are on the brink at the moment. Kris Boyd the chairman is

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with me. Is this a must win for you tonight? Eight points behind, every

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game is a must win. The important thing for us, whatever happens, is

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the future. We got one of the best young coaches in the world coming

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next season. He's saying some of the best players in the world. A lot to

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look forward to. Obvious they were going to fight hard to stay in this

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league but if we don't, we're going to be even stronger. They're still

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coming whatever happens. There are no get out causes, they're coming

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whatever happens. We have a vision of where we're going to be in three

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years, not next year. you didn't expect this this season, did you? We

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expected not to be in this difficult period. Hindsight a difficult thing.

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We needed an extra experience and we didn't have that and that's why we

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were in trouble. We're never going to be there again. Steve and I sat

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down and we're very fortunate to have his continued backing. We're

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still going to win the European Cup. We look forward to that moment. It's

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Bristol versus Gloucester tonight, Bath against Saracens is on Sunday.

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As far as football is concerned, Forest Green Rovers can take a big

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step towards the football league. The top of the table at the moment

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after the win on Tuesday night and tomorrow they head to second placed

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Lincoln catlike city. Bristol Rovers are taking over 4000 supporters to

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their game against Coventry City and the Swindon versus Millwall match

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kicks off at 1:30pm. If you do basketball fan, the Bristol Flyers

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are on BBC sport tonight. That's it from me, I'm getting some funny

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looks. I can't think why! Now it probably hasn't

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escaped your notice that Lots of you have been doing your bit

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- even our youngest viewers have In a moment we'll see more

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of what you've been getting up to in the name of Comic Relief,

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but first Steve Knibbs is in Gloucestershire at one

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of the official call centres. So if you're wondering

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where your money goes, here's one example -

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the Bath and North East This team are poised for your

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donation when the phone line opens. They have just finished a 24-hour

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table tennis ping-pong malathion and they have raised a massive ?1500.

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We'll be finding out more about how the call centre works later but

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let's find out where some of the money raised goes. The bass and

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North East Somerset carers centre. It helps young people who may miss

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out on some of their childhood, because they have to look

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after someone who's ill or disabled. It's 6am in Bristol and while most

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children are being woken up to get ready for school,

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nine-year-old Becca's day Here's your codeine

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and your cup of tea. Becca is a young carer

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who looks after her mum. My mum has fibromyalgia,

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which gives her a lot of pain and she doesn't really want to move

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when it's hurting. Becca's mum's condition means

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she is in constant pain. She can't do the things that most

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mums can and some days she is physically unable to look

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after herself, so Becca It's hard sometimes

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because you've got more But just down the road in Bath,

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there is a project funded by Comic Relief that gives children

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like Becca the chance to be a child and forget

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about their responsibilities. Sometimes I can't hug my mum

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because she is very hurting. Bath and North East Somerset Carers

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Centre is one of many comic relief projects that offer a piece

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of normality for children living If you do need tonight, that's the

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sort of place where your money will be spent. Let's talk to Jane

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Stewart. It was you ready to get involved, the first time you've done

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it, why? I just thought it was a good cause and an opportunity to do

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something different and make a difference. How's it going to work?

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You got people dressed up behind you. Guess, they're friends and work

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colleagues and everybody we've got here are your employees or friends

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and family so it is a great chance to come together as a team and do

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something for one night to do something that makes a big

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difference. Stewart, you're one of the bosses. This was a no-brainer

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when Jane Askew, I. Absolutely! She had my arm up my back at the time!

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It really does make a difference to people less fortunate. You're not

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looking tired after the table tennis. What was it like? About 24

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hours of torture! Losing to this one! is incredible, we've raised

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?1500 since Wednesday so hopefully, it is still open, so carry on

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giving. the phone lines open at seven o'clock. Thanks for joining

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us. If you want to donate you tonight, you can get the details on

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the website. The website is... CROWD SHOUT WEBSITE ADDRESS.

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Well done to them. Well, we all needed a bit

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of light relief here, too, so we thought we'd join

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in the action. Our camera crews are doing

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a sterling job of filming us And this is our gallery -

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the team in there joining in, too. Yes, indeed, I'm waiting the

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corporate uniform of choice! I'll take it off because it's difficult

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to speak when you've got a sniffle. A glorious weekend as this picture

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suggests. These are the scenes we can expect. There will be the

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prospect that some of you will wake up tomorrow morning to what appears

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to be a rather grim start in terms of fog and low cloud but that will

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burn off and fully wall-to-wall sunshine throughout the course of

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Saturday and a breezy day and that wind still coming from an inherently

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chilly direction. The sun will offset that so if you're out in the

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breeze it will feel pleasantly warm. It will do so for Sunday. The

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difference for Sunday's latest of the afternoon and evening, we will

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inherit a little bit more in the way of broken cloud from the east. There

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is a wider look at how things are shaping up and with very fortuitous

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timing, high pressure has decided it will blow across northern parts of

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the British Isles, maintaining an easterly flow across other parts of

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England wind it will be quite brisk at times. It will be adding up

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faintly perceptible chill. For us, it will be a pleasant weekend all

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round. For the rest of the weekend into tonight, clear skies which will

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remain in place so it will turn into a chilly night and will turn into

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one where we start to see perhaps some patches of fog and some

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associated low cloud developing. Not everywhere, mind you, but the end

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result temperature rise be somewhere between two and four Celsius by

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daybreak tomorrow switch goes without saying a chilly soccer

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Saturday and that will be accompanied for some of you by some

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of these cloudy or foggy conditions. By about nine o'clock, that should

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have burnt off for this time of year, given the strength of the

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sunshine, and if you started the day like that you will catch up with

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heavy one else with sunshine to the cause of the day. A will see the

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wind arrows sticking by. They will be a breezy story but it will not

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disclose temperatures which will feel pleasantly warm, up to 14 or 15

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Celsius. As we head through into Sunday, in many respects, a similar

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sort of day, another bone dry day, similar temperatures again. As I

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mentioned, they will be more than we have cloud coming from the east

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through the afternoon and evening but as we go into Monday, it's

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effectively moderate the same. We're going to see the weather tending to

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break down into something more unsettled. Whatever you're doing,

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have a brilliant weekend. Ian, do you want to buy my broken

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barometer? No pressure! Go on, then! We've been heeding that all week and

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it's still not funny! Have a nice weekend and enjoy Red

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