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What led a mother to murder her

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young daughter and then flee the country?

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Angela Whitworth suffocated 20-month-old Sarah with a bhn liner.

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The court heard there'd been a bitter custody battle.

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Conservative Robert Courts has been elected to replace David Caleron,

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And later on, he's survived a brain tumour and gone

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Why Lewis will be receiving a Radio 1 teen award this weekend.

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A mother, described in court as "wicked and selfish",

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has been jailed for life for the murder of her

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Angela Whitworth killed Sar`h Dahane at her home in Bicester in 2013

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following what's been descrhbed as a bitter custody dispute.

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She then fled the country and was eventually caught

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She'll now serve a minimum term of 15 years in prison.

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Found at last after nearly three years on the run

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this is Angela Whitworth being arrested in Uganda.

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It's thought she had been lhving in the country under a falsd name

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since murdering her baby datghter in Bicester in 2013.

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Only one person really knows exactly how Sarah died and that's

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Angela Whitworth who pleaded guilty to her murder at the Old Bahley

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However, when I look at all the information,

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I think the most plausible explanation is that Sarah

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was suffocated at the hands of Angela Whitworth.

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Sarah Dahane was just 20-months old when she died.

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Her body was found in the bddroom of a house she had been

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Detectives soon discovered Angela Whitworth had

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flown to Nairobi in Kenya the day she killed Sarah.

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Sarah's father spoke out during an appeal earlier thhs year.

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It has had a profound impact on my life and I'm still struggling

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It may never go away, but perhaps seeing justice

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being done for my daughter may ease my pain.

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When police found her leading her new life,

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Angela Whitworth initially claimed she was someone else.

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Her demeanour was quite strange in all honesty.

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She would change from at ond stage showing some brief emotion to other

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stages being more interested in how we had tracked her down,

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commenting that she had seen the Facebook video and also

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asking me about how I was fhnding Kenya and Uganda.

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Today, it was revealed Angela Whitworth had been

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in a bitter custody battle for Sarah and had wanted to take her to Kenya.

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The judge said her attitude was that if she was not going to be `ble

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to have Sarah, nobody else would have her.

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Conservative Robert Courts replaces former Prime Minister David Cameron

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whose resignation as MP last month triggered a by-election.

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But the Tories saw their majority reduced by 20,000 votes.

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The Liberal Democrats came second, prompting leader Tim Farron

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to claim the party is back in the "political big time".

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Brennan Nicholls spent the night at the count.

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Robert Alexander Courts is duly elected as member of Parlialent

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Wtney's latest MP Robert Cotrts held the seat for the Conservative Party.

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His 45% of the vote was down on last year's general election

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where former Prime Minister, David Cameron, won 60%

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Witney's new MP though wasn't hanging around to talk

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about his win, instead a senior colleague was left to obligd.

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We have got to look at what David Cameron got in 20 1

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when he first stood in a general election which was 45% and today,

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Robert has got that in a by,election with 14 candidates.

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I think he put on a really strong campaign.

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He has been a great local c`ndidate and he will be a great voicd

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Mostly to the Liberal Democrats it appears.

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They were fourth at last year's general election.

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This time around, they were second with a third of all voters

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There was a real concern being expressed about the dhrection

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that Theresa May is taking the Brexit and that encouraged us

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and that's why as you say wd threw the kitchen sink at it

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because we believed people hn this constituency deserved

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They have really put a shot across her bows and I think it

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will be very difficult for her now to resist the request

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that we have a vote in Parliament about Brexit.

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West Oxfordshire voted 57% hn favour of remaining in the European Union

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So Ukip slipped from third to fifth in this vote, behind both

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So what do the voters make of this by-election result?

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As expected, I think, the Conservatives usually

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I think the Lib Dems did quite well considering,

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I thought maybe the Lib Dems and Labour could have doing

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I can't remember the last thme I was inundated with so much

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I can't say that we didn't have enough at education

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In his acceptance speech, Witney's new MP spoke

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about continuing the local constituency work that his

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predecessor David Cameron had been go So good at.

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Robert Courts will be judged by those constituents

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Our political reporter Bethan Phillips was at

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Bethan, this was a big test for the Liberal Democrats w`sn't it?

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Yes, it was. They wanted to signal the start of a big come-up `fter all

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being wiped out at the last general election and they were reasonably

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successful. In 2015 they got 7% of the vote. That went up to more than

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30% last night. And my goodness they worked hard for that. The

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party's leader Tim Farron m`de numerous visits to the constituency.

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It felt like he was here allost every other day and there w`s an

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extensive leafletting campahgn as well. But whether or not we can read

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too much into this being a big change in fortune for the Lhb Dems

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I'm not so sure. They tend to do well in by-elections and of course,

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west Oxfordshire voted to Rdmain in the EU referendum. I think they

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capitalise on an anti-Brexit feeling from some. That will be harder to do

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in other constituencies arotnd the country at a general election. The

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Conservatives won the seat. So celebrations presumably? Yes, you

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would think so are, wouldn't you? But there was a sense of

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disappointment at the that reduced majority. Robert Courts wasn't in

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the mood for talking afterw`rds He made a very swift beeline for the

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exit and in fact, the hall dmptied of Tories quickly as well. Not the

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usual actions of a party th`t's just won an election. What about the

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other parties? How did they do? Well, not a great night for

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Labourment their candidate slipped from second place to third place and

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a big dip in support for Ukhp. They came third in 2015, last night they

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only managed fifth and lost their deposit. Bethan, thank you.

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A Swindon man, whose campervan was attacked

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as he was approaching Calais, is warning other travellers

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Martin Williams believes he's lucky to be alive after finding

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three armed stowaways hiding inside his van,

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forty miles from the port, who were trying to get

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The area is likely to be particularly busy

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with many schools on half-tdrm and closure of the jungle

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Martin holidays in France two to three times a year.

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But on his trip home last wdek he noticed something unusual

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after stopping at a service station for a toilet break.

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I got in the camper to start off and I noticed

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Just started up and carried on going down the motorway

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and the rear window was flapping around in the wind.

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I come to the window at the back to check it and,

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So I realised that somebody must have been in the camper

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and straightaway I opened the door to my amazement there

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It was a bit frightening and another one jumps down from

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The two men in the back werd a bit reluctant to get out and we had

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One of them had a bar and he hit me on the leg.

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I've got a big bruise on my leg and they got out and I just left

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them on the side of the motorway and drove down the road,

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When I got down the road I had to stop and calm myself down

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and it was a bit frightening at the time.

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The Caravan Club advises melbers to drive directly from the lotorway

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To get food and drink an hotr outside of Calais and to kedp

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Martin says he had a close call but he is already planning his next

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Calais' migrant camp might not be there then as the French Government

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wants to clear it imminentlx moving the people to reception centres

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Whether they will go, nobody knows, but for now,

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and particularly for lorry drivers, it remains a daily battle trying

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Churches in Oxfordshire say they will try to provide chhldren's

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services after the County Council decided to shut the majoritx

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There were a series of protdsts against the closures,

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which the County Council sahd were necessary to save monex.

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The Diocese of Oxford and Doorsteps, a network of churches

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and Christian charities, are to hold a conference to work out

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Oxford City Council says it is still pursuing a comptlsory

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purchase order for the greyhound stadium to prevent it

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being demolished despite a change in ownership.

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Cowley Property Investment Limited has taken over the site.

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The firm's made up of two directors from the former

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Campaigners want to see it restored so it can once again host speedway

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Water quality improved in a lake where fish were killed in a chemical

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leak. The Environment Agencx said high levels of a chemical wdre

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found. The sewage site is working normally and oxygen levels hn the

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river have returned to norm`l. An investigation Sunday way.

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-- underway. "at risk" according to a new survey

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by Historic England. One of those, a historic landmark

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in Witney needs more The 13th century church has been

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placed on the at risk register. Meanwhile, its better

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news over in Shotover - where a gothic temple,

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built in 1740, has been rep`ired. It may sound in good order,

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but there are long-standing problems During the Second World War,

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an aircraft crashed into thd spire which in turn collapsed

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on to the roof over the chancel The slates have been damaged

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by winter frosts and will f`il So water will start pouring

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into the inside of the building Our fund-raising project

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is to completely re-roof thd slates. The medieval church is on hhstoric

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England's heritage at risk register. The Lottery backed group

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is providing a six figure stm Obviously historic buildings have

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come down to us over the agds and were built hundreds of xears ago

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using traditional materials and traditional techniques

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and elements like the weathdr, a lack of use, and dampness caused

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decay to the structures The good news is, 53 sites have been

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removed from the list including this 18th century Gothic

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temple near Oxford. It was crumbling away beford

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a major repair. It would be a tragedy

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if it ever went because if you go down

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towards the house behind you now where the lake is,

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you have got this wonderful view across the lake

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to this beautiful temple. There is still some fund-rahsing

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to do at St Mary's, but it hs hoped this 13th century church

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will survive for centuries to come. Nature meets comedy

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in Oxford tomorrow night. Performers The Dead Secrets have

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created a show in collaboration with the University

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of Oxford's Natural History Museum. Angela Walker has been along

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to see their final preparathons They're here to learn

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all about the amazing scientists Strange things are afoot in Oxford

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University's Natural Historx Museum. The palaeontologists

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who brought us dinosaurs to the attention of the public,

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your hero and mine. The comedy troop The Dead Sdcrets

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are holding a special show. It follows success at

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the National Museum of Scotland as part of the Edinburgh Frhnge

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Festival. We've been running a progralme

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called Visions Of Nature and in that we have had

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lots of different types of visions of nature so we've got photography,

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poetry, painting and sculpture and all

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sorts of things. So this tie up with the dead secrets

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is a comedic vision of nature that they've put together

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especially for the museum. We approached the guys

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here at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History and they were

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quite excited by the idea, but wanted something a bit lore

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specific to them. So we agreed we'd write

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a show entirely for them about their current theme

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Visions Of Nature. But do comedy and natural hhstory

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really work together? Personally I think museums

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are a fascinating place full of all sorts of stories and history

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and this museum in particul`r has got a long history of having famous

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events like the great debatd on evolution and it has got

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wonderful specimens of dinosaurs For one night only and that's

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tomorrow. I'll have the headlines at 8pm

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and a full bulletin at 10.30pm. Now more of today's stories

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with Sally Taylor May Brown has leukeamia

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and her sister Martha, who lives The Home Office refused

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Martha's request for a visa. They say they've now

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reversed that decision. I'm sure you'll want to know what

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the weather's like this weekend The weekend is set mainly dry with

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strengthening easterly winds. I ll have the details later in the

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programme. Spiny seahorses, found off

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the Dorset Coast to great f`nfare in early 2000, may soon be locally

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extinct, say The Seahorse Trust This year, for the first tile,

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not one has been sighted by divers off South Beach and Middle Beach

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in Studland Bay. Miranda Krestovnikov

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has been investigating Neil Garrick Maidment has bden

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studying seahorses for 36 ydars Everywhere else where we have

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records of seahorses, the numbers are either stable

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or have gone up slightly. South Beach in Studland Bay

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is the only area where The overuse of boats and moorings

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has fragmented This is an eco-friendly mooring

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basically a strong, floaty rope on elastic, hanging above the

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seagrass rather than sitting on The Royal Yachting Associathon said

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they would love to endorse eco-moorings but they've not yet

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been proven to work Studies here have shown

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that they almost There's been a lot of

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very short-term studies. This eco-mooring costs

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?1,800 to buy and install. The manufacturer tells us

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that the wrong size was tested in Studland and that mooring

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in the correct size in similar If mankind cannot get this right,

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I will absolutely be devast`ted It will be time to hang up ly fins

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but I am an optimist, and I have to believe it will

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be put right eventually. And you can see more on that -

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and other stories - on Inside Out which is tonight

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at 7:30pm on BBC1. Next week the programme rettrns

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to its regular Monday night slot. Onto the sport now, and Chrhs Temple

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is here. It was the most am`zing occasion, and Southampton f`ns will

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feel gutted, I am sure, bec`use they should have won the game. They

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played so well and have loads of chances, but if you don't score you

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don't win games. Roared on by 7,000 fans

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in the San Siro, to win their Europa League group

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match at Inter Milan. But despite hammering

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at the Italians' door, ultimately Claude Puel's

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side left disappointed. We've been in Milan following Saints

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and their fans on their journey - and our man Tony Husband sent this

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report. They sung

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their hearts out on a night But the 1-0 defeat

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left their fans with mixed dmotions. To go the San Siro and only

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lose 1-0, it's quite good. But we could have won the g`me.

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It was there for the taking. The next thing is,

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we just focus on our home g`mes see if we can win those,

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and take it from there. Thousands had filled

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Milan's Duomo Square during the day, as their date with Inter

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had arrived. And on the pitch, Claude Pudl's men

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showed few outward nerves, Inter on the defensive

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in their own backyard. In the second period,

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Jay Rodriguez had the ball in the net, but it was

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ruled out for a push. The punishment, when

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it came, was brutal. Antonio Candrado got a sight

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of goal, and took it. Still, the Saints marched

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on the Inter goal. Virgil van Dijk and substittte

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Charlie Austin denied by sole stout defending. The Italians held on It

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was a harsh defeat but Acharya changing moment for 21-year,old Sam

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Southampton born Sam McQueen made his first start. I was excited and

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struggle to sleep before thd game but overall, this appointed as the

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main feeling. We should havd won the game. Hearing the fans singhng and

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chanting during the warm up, and I am a fan myself, so to be hdre and

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experience that, was great. The other result in the group s`w Sparta

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Prague beating Hapoel Beer Sheva. All four teams have a chancd of

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progressing to the knockout stage. When inter-Milan visit Southampton

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and a couple of weeks, revenge will be on Southampton's minds.

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It doesn't get much easier for Saints.

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They visit Manchester City on Sunday.

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In the Premier League's lunchtime kick off tomorrow,

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the only remaining unbeaten record in the top flight.

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The Cherries host Tottenham at the Vitality Stadium,

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fresh from putting six past Hull last weekend.

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Eddie Howe's side are aiming for their fourth straight home win

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In the Championship this wedkend, Brighton could move level on points

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The Seagulls go to Wigan, while Reading also have a trip north,

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In League One, Oxford go to Port Vale, Swindon host Walsall,

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and MK Dons are at home to Southend.

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And Portsmouth's young star Conor Chaplin signed a new contract today.

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Coverage of all those games is on BBC local radio.

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It's that time of year again, when more than 20,000 runners

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will pound the streets of Portsmouth and Southsea,

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As ever, the 10-mile event will be awash with not only heart-w`rming

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charity stories, but also some competitive elite racing action

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That includes arguably the finest female distance runner

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The favourite to take the mdn's race is Fareham boy

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He's bidding to become the first British men's winner

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It is my home race. It is one that I have wanted to win since I had my

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eye on it a few years ago, `nd hopefully on Sunday I will get that

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win. I raced it in 2013 and it was very windy. It was not that great. I

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hope I can run lots faster on Sunday, but I am relaxed and happy

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to be here to just go for it. Jess Andrews there is getting

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married next weekend in Andorra, where she lives.

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She moved there from Isle of Wight. That's next week. Not this week she

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is running. She is marrying a Tour de France cyclist, Dan Marthn. You

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have ran a? Any top tips? Yds, don't run it! My top tip is the one that

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headphones on. Taking the shghts and sounds. I would agree with that

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because everyone on the route fantastic.

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It's every teenager's dream to rub shoulders with pop stars,

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and that's exactly what 15-xear old Lewis Hine from Havant

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He was diagnosed with a brahn tumour as a toddler and has epilepsy.

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He spends a lot of time in hospital, making it hard to make friends.

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But he's found a way of helping children like hil.

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This weekend he'll be presented with a BBC Radio One Teen Award

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On Sunday, 10,000 excited tdenagers will gather at Wembley

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But the real stars of the show will be those receiving

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Unsung Hero awards, like 15,year-old Lewis from Havant.

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Diagnosed with a brain tumour at 17 months old,

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He will need more surgery to stay alive.

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In and out of hospital, he's missed a lot of time

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at school, and that's made ht hard to make friends.

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I had friends, but the whold time that I was out, they thought I had

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moved school at some point so they just moved on and I was back to

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square one, I didn't have friends. Last year he set up a group

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to help children like him. I have monthly events to help

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disabled children that spend most of their lives outside of school and

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education and don't get a lot of time to socialise. He is an absolute

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superstar. Everyday is a ch`llenge for him and he rises it. Not only

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does he just get on with his difficult life, but he does all this

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to help other children as wdll. He just makes me so pride. He hs my

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inspiration. -- so proud. They exchange information about each

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other using USB sticks - Nearly 200 children have

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used Friend Finder. He is very exuberant and ovdr the

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top. But we found that he could relax in this safe environmdnt, and

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people just accept it for who he was. Guys, attention please.

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And now Lewis has got the Royal seal of approval.

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You guys shining light for xour age group. Do fantastic work.

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Lewis will find thousands of new celeb friends at the Eadio 1

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Teen Awards on Sunday, and on his return home plans

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Congratulations, Lewis. A well-deserved award. Onto the

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weather now. Alina is here. It is dry with a dusting, easterlx wind.

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-- gusting. Glyn Jones took this

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in Appley, Ryde. Susan Hutchins spotted a Concorde

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on her autumn walk through the Sculpture Park

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in Guildford. And a tranquil scene

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on the canal at Newbury earlier Thanks to Nigel Smith

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for sending this in. Some of you have seen an upside down

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rainbow. It is from the samd family as a rainbow but it is the other way

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around. It is still refracthng light, but it is through icd

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crystals in the cloud high `bove, rather than through raindrops. Thank

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you to our Weather Watchers for sending this in. They are f`irly

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common, but you don't always see them because they are so high in the

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sky. We have had some mediul low-level crowd that started to

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break then we had high-level cirrus cloud are -- allowing those arts to

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develop. When Dems might get though four Celsius, we will see some mist

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and fog filling in Tsolekild and dull start to the day in pl`ces

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That will gradually lift to low cloud, then it will thin and break

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and we will have spells of sunshine through the afternoon. Thosd blobs

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indicate the chance of a shower but most places will be dry. We will

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have highs of 13, 14 Celsius, so it will feel on the cold side. Tomorrow

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night, some mist and fog developing, and some showers in the channel

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maybe brushing the coast in places, and it will be chilly at around

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three Celsius and the countryside, six, seven in towns. That e`sterly

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wind will be a feature on Stnday if you're doing the Great South Run.

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Through the day, the cloud will be thinning and breaking with good

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spells of sunshine through the afternoon. The temperatures will be

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tempered by that dusting easterly wind. We have an area of low

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pressure pushing up from thd near content. That will eventually bring

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rain overnight into Sunday, but otherwise, lots of dry weather in

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the forecast. Thank you verx much. That is it from us. More on the late

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news at 10:25pm. And we're back on Monday at half past six. Have a

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fabulous weekend, whatever xou're doing.

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