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In tonight's programme: When your life changes in an instant.

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How Jamie Mines lost a leg and two hands

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in a work accident - and his friends' efforts

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The overcrowding since Chiltern Railways extended

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We'll tell you about a storytelling cottage industry that's now

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A father of baby twins who was electrocuted in a freak

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accident in Swindon has had a second hand amputated

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The Health and Safety Executive is investigating what happened

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to Jamie Mines, who's also had a leg amputated after the incident

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But life changed for Jamie Mines, in an instant and forever.

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Jamie was working on this industrial estate in Swindon as a scaffolder

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just days before Christmas when in a freak accident

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He remains in a critical but stable condition in Southmead hospital

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having now had two hands and a leg amputated.

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The initial target was ?10,000, which I think was achieved

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within about 24 hours, which is extraordinary.

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Friends have set up an internet fundraising page

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He and his partner have twins aged five months.

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The timing of such an incident before

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It makes people realise things can change just like

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Jamie is a very strong, fit, healthy young man whose life is

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going to change so we will need to be there for him.

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Jamie is a strong character and he is a strong guy.

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If he comes through this, and we are all hoping that he does,

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his two little girls will keep him strong,

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The circumstances of the accident here are unclear -

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but the Health and Safety Executive is investigating.

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Whatever the cause the outcome is plainly devastating for a young

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A man who was critically injured in a fire in Swindon

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in hospital since the fire two months ago.

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Their families have thanked staff who cared for him and have

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asked people to pray for their 17-month old daughter

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An inquest has opened into the death of Barnaby Cork -

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the four-year-old boy who died after being hit by a car

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It happened just weeks before Christmas

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after enjoying a morning out with his family.

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Stuart Tinworth sent this report from Oxford Coroner's Court.

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Opening the inquest today into the death of four-year-old

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Barnaby Cork, the coroner here described this as a tragic case.

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We heard how Barnaby had been at Thame

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Leisure Centre on the morning of Saturday the 10th of December, out

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with his family, when he was hit by a reversing car.

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He suffered severe injuries and was airlifted to the

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But doctors were enable to save his life.

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He was pronounced dead by 11.30 that morning.

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The death of Barnaby has sparked a huge online fundraising

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campaign, started by his father, raising money for the Air Ambulance,

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and the total has almost reached ?30,000.

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Back in December, Barnaby's family released a statement saying

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They thanked the doctors for all their efforts in trying

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to save Barnaby's life and thanked the people of Thame,

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saying that they had given them support

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when they had needed it the

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Today the coroner explained a full inquest will take place in

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March and stressed that the police investigation into what happened

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There have been long queues near the M4 in Swindon all day

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A 100 metre cordon was put in place around the junction

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for West Swindon after contractors hit the pipe this morning.

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Junction 16 has been closed to traffic coming on or off

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You may have noticed it's costing more to fill up your car.

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The RAC says fuel prices in December were at their

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to a combination of the low pound and the rising cost of crude oil.

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David Lumb has been looking at the effects here.

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Well, the price rise is hitting consumers, but also those

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But if you're prepared to look around, you can save a lot of money.

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There's almost 20p difference between the cheapest and most

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for example, they're selling standard unleaded

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At Hartwell Ford in Oxford it's higher, selling at 122.9p,

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while the most expensive in the region is 133.9p a litre.

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People I've spoken to today are definitely noticing a change.

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That is going up faster than inflation. That goes up and down. It

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does not make much difference to me. There is nothing you can do about

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it. If you shop around you are going to use more fuel.

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station themselves - particularly the independents that

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One owner told me he's had to start selling food

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Certainly if we carried on like we were in a few years ago

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when we were just selling fuel, we wouldn't be

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We had to bring in other things to actually

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make sure that we can stay in business.

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And I'm afraid, whether you're buying or selling,

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The Petrol Retailers Association fears prices could continue to rise

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Sales of the BMW Mini have reached their highest level

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Nearly 70,000 vehicles were sold last year -

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But sales of the car in America fell sharply in the same period -

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The new rail line from Oxford to London Marylebone appears to be

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Chiltern Railways says more people are using the route than expected.

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Commuters are having to stand during the rush hour.

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Customers, customers and more customers.

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It s a good sign for any business but questions are being asked

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about how Chiltern Railways is running the line.

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An enormous number of people commute into Oxford who cannot afford to

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live in Oxford. There is what we call suppressed demand for public

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transport. The service has been running for one year. Overcrowding

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has got worse since the line was extended into the city centre last

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month. Chiltern Railways said last month

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it was monitoring the number The company said it was

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open to making changes. The company is now looking at how it

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can appease customers who are having to squeeze in. I am sorry if they

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have not had the service that they want and expect. But we are

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listening. It is early days. We want to understand when people are

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travelling and get the right service for them. Bear with us and we will

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get that service. One idea is to make busy trains longer. Extra

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services could also be brought in. But no take skills have been set for

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any improvements. The future of 200 jobs at RAF

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Brize Norton has been secured with a new multi-million pound

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contract from the The deal with Airbus means the A400M

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aircraft will continue to be serviced and maintained in West

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Oxfordshire. The A400M is the RAF's

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newest transport plane - Here's our Business

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Correspondent, Alastair Fee. This is the future

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of troop transport. deploy soldiers by air or land

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in the most hostile environments. A 200-strong team of engineers

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and mechanics that keep it flying The airbase is one of our key

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employers in West Oxfordshire. Further investment is very welcome.

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There is a high level of eight commuting where people work outside.

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Anything that helps get jobs is very welcome.

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The ?410 million deal with Airbus secures a further 200

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positions in companies within the wider supply chain

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We have got a firm basis to support the new aircraft and in particular

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what it does is that secures a lot of jobs here and an Oxfordshire. And

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beyond Oxfordshire down in Bristol and in Gloucester. It marks a

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statement of intent. This is the base for the transport for the

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foreseeable future and we are here to make a long-term investments.

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While the RAF currently has 14 new planes,

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the fleet will increase to 22 within two years.

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This announcement means the maintenance, upgrade and repair

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will stay in West Oxfordshire well into the next decade.

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Oxfordshire saw a record low this winter of minus 8.1 Celsius.

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Alexis will be revealing how cold it's likely to be tonight a bit

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Before that here's Sally with the rest of South Today.

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Don't go away because Tony's here with all the sport

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in a few minutes' time, and Alexis will tell us if last

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Last night was the coldest night of the season. Tonight will not be as

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cold but still pretty chilly. I will have the forecast for you shortly.

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It's the argument at the heart of the year-long dispute that has

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wrecked services for hundreds of thousands of commuters.

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Plans to run driver only trains between Horsham

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and Bognor Regis are safe, according to the Chief

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He's carried out months of research into Southern Railway's plan

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for drivers to operate train doors on the route, instead of conductors.

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The rail unions which are striking over this issue dismissed the report

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Our transport correspondent Paul Clifton is at

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Does this report prove the unions are wrong?

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Sally, there have been many reports into the safety of driver controlled

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operation. Everyone, without exception, has concluded that it is

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safe. So what makes today's report different? It was carried out on

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Southern Railways on the exact route through West Sussex that the system

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is being extended across. It has been carried out by the most senior

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safety expert in the industry, a man who is widely respected.

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Driver only operation can be operated safely in compliance

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with the law on Southern Railways and we have told Aslef

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The safety inspector ran tests on the Horsham to Bognor Regis route.

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They looked at the union claims that cameras on trains were unsafe in

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poor light and at night-time. Deficiencies were found at some

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stations, so Southern is more lights. The inspectors looked at

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whether cameras can see small children adequately. They also

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looked at leaving the door cameras running as the train starts to move.

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This offers clear safety benefits compared to using a guard, they say.

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But the drivers union is pressing ahead with next week's strike. It

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says the two sides are on different planets.

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The reality is that there has been no real move to address

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the fundamental issues that are at the heart of the deal.

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It is about the imposition of a system and breaking of agrrements

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And if everything is done by imposition in the future,

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then the reaction is always going to be the same.

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What other reaction do you get from anybody in any other walk

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of life if they're forced to do things?

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But every safety report, every statistic I have ever read, on

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driver door operation, says it is safe. But the RMT union called

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today's report a total whitewash, which proved the safety authority is

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no longer fit for purpose. The union even said there was no longer any

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independent safety regulation of Britain's row ways. So, sadly, the

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two sides are not in any mood for compromise.

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Portsmouth port will lose about a third of its cruise ship

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trade after a holiday company went out of business.

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All Leisure holidays went into administration yesterday,

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affecting Swan Hellenic and Voyages of Discovery.

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The City Council, which owns the port, says the expected loss

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will be less than 1% of the ?15 million generated

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Two friends, working in a converted shed in rural Berkshire,

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producing audiobooks for blind people.

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They're still doing that, but the initial idea has morphed

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They're now producing recordings of stories that,

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thanks to the internet, are reaching people

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If you're sitting comfortably, Allen Sinclair has the story for you.

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He slipped his finger to the tail section of the blueprint.

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In the back would be another smaller...

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Creating audio books is a lot more involved than simply recording

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Can we actually have that heaving sigh?

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You need a soundproof studio, the kit, vocal talent,

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and an ability to judge pace, passion and pitch in a performance.

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We don't want that, that's the wrong one.

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Then a way to get the finished work out there.

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You'll agree this is certainly interesting.

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Matt is almost totally blind and set up Living Audio as a social

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Initially to produce recordings of fan fiction featuring

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He even got JK Rowling's blessing, because it was

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They were released, really, to benefit blind and print

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disabled people, and they've been very popular.

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And many, many blind and dyslexic people and people with other various

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disabilities that prevent them from reading have come

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back and said, you know, these are absolutely amazing.

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That led the friends to seek out collaborations with other,

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It was very much working with books that wouldn't normally be

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Even when we do commercial books, we're producing audio to the best

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quality that we can do, knowing that blind, print disabled,

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anybody that can't hold a print book or read it comfortably,

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will have the best production we can produce.

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The UK spent ?12 million on digital downloads in 2015.

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The business is still finding its feet but audio books recorded

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here in Berkshire are now being downloaded daily

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Excellent work. On to sport, Tony is here, cricket in a moment and think

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of the summer. Still frost on the ground but let's

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talk about winter first. Southampton say captain Jose Fonte

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has asked to leave the club. The 33-year-old has been

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in a contractual impasse with St Mary's officials

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for several months. Southampton say he turned down

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a pay rise in the summer but the Portuguese defender,

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who is the only survivor from their time in League One,

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wants a longer term deal. Saints Executive Director Les Reed

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says the club are yet The question of another year,

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we haven't rejected that. He has turned down the opportunity

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to increase his salary, and he's turned down the opportunity

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to get another permanent That interview is in full

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on the BBC sport website. Meanwhile Portsmouth could close

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the gap to just a point on the promotion places

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in League Two tonight. They're at the leaders Doncaster,

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you can hear it live on BBC Radio Solent and we'll

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have the goals at 10.30pm. Some big news from Hampshire cricket

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today, and a signing which has sent shock waves

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through South African cricket too. Fast bowler Kyle Abbott has

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turned his back on his international career to sign a four year deal

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at the Ageas Bowl ending his Test match career,

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amid controversy back home. He'll become the latest

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player to use a freedom of movement law, known in sport

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as the Kolpak agreement. Abbott himself revealed

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he was joining Hampshire after South Africa's test victory

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over Sir Lanka in Cape For Kyle Abbott,

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a huge life decision. I'd like to take this opportunity

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to announce that I have signed It has been one of the hardest

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decisions I have had to make. But at the end of the day

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it is the right decision for me. Abbott will play as a non-overseas

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player under the Kolpak agreement. South African citizens have the same

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freedom of movement as EU citizens, but it means the end

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of his international It has been a few evenings

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where I have gone to sleep thinking, But I have always woken up

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the next morning knowing I have had a great run

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with Cricket South Africa, I have no regrets at all,

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I have been involved And I'm incredibly

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grateful for that. And I just feel it's a time

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in my life where I have The 29 year old signed

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a four-year contract. He's a well considered man,

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and he's decided this is the right And we're obviously the club

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that he's chosen to come to and we're delighted that he's

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on board with us. Abbott's move is emulated fellow

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South African Rilee Rossouw, a batsman and another Kolpak player,

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who's agreed three-year deal. Meanwhile Hampshire all-rounder

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Liam Dawson arrives in India tonight to play in England's

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one-day international series. The one-day cricket we've played,

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in the last sort of two years, So hopefully can continue that

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in the next in India. Dawson will be in the squad

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for three one-day internationals Another step towards becoming

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a regular in the national setup. Gold medal winning diver

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Chris Mears from Reading, says he's angry that his coach has

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quit to join the Australian team. Ady Hinchliffe is moving

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to Australia to become lead Mears says Hinchliffe should have

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been offered a full time British Diving says it began

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discussions but timescales didn't It's led to frustration and anger

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from the winning pair Ady has taken me from a boy

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with a lot of dreams to a man able It is a massive shame

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from the bottom of my heart to say He has his reasons for why he's

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leading, and I think to be honest, he's been forced to leave,

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which is a shame, for what he's done The three time Olympic rowing

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champion Pete Reed has announced that he will bid to compete

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in the 2020 Games. The Caversham based rower has

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returned to the gym this week and will be aiming to match

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Sir Matthew Pinsent's haul of four Reed will be 39 come Games time

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and faces four years of gruelling training,

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including rowing more I made sure I had a good break,

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I had a lot to do in that time off after the Olympics,

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and you can see we are back at Caversham now, this

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is not Rio de Janeiro, I haven't got a suntan,

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I feel, to be quite honest, And this is day three of training

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for me, I'm already aches But yeah, a big decision

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and definitely the right one It is a gruelling schedule. 25,000

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miles on the water! You can hear more on the BBC Berkshire site.

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Next year marks the centenary of the end of the first world war

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and to mark a significant milestone, a monumental sculpture has

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Made as a tribute to all those Tommies who lost their lives,

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it is a six metre high soldier forged out of scrap metal.

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Clinton Rogers has had a preview of a work

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He is a monument to bravery, but also recycling. At the Dorset Forge

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where he was created, they pieced together pretty much everything they

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could get their hands on. From car parks to spammers. -- parts of cars

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to spammers, changed to garden forks, and the result is impassive.

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Only when you stand next to the -- impressive. Only when you stand next

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to the sculptured EU get a true sense of scale, it is 5.8 is tall

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and weighs one and a half tonnes and took three and a half months to

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build. It is called The Haunting and it has been made for a local man who

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wants to remain anonymous. It is a commission for a local author who

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came to us and ask if he could build a ghostly figure of a First World

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War soldier. This is what we have ended up with an I think it fits the

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bill spot-on. It is going to be featured in the book, at the moment

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that is as much as I can say. As it stands proudly waiting for delivery,

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the sculpture is certainly attracting admiring glances from

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passers-by. I think it is just incredible. The more you look at it,

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you see so many little bits that he missed and it's absolutely wonderful

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-- that you missed and it is a wonderful tribute, beautiful. Though

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younger admirers are not sure who it is. What do you call him? The DFG?

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He might be! He is a giant and friendly, and I think that depends

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on which side you are on. The Haunting will go on public show, but

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when and where that will be for now remains a mystery.

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That is magnificent, I hope we get an opportunity to see it. Onto the

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weather, very cold. I had the thermals on walking the dog this

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morning. My hands were white 30 seconds after stepping outside the

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front door. The temperatures in a minute, but here are some pictures.

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It was the coldest night of the season last night, with temperatures

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plunging down to minus eight Celsius, -7 at Bournemouth Airport

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and freezing us elsewhere across the region. It will not be as cold

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tonight but chilly temperatures for the widespread frost and freezing

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fog patches. The fog will develop through the second part of the

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night. Temperatures in towns and cities down 2-3 C, but in the

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countryside, we could get to minus five. Slightly more cloud arriving

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in western areas during the second part of the night. The fog will

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clear around 11am and once it does, sunny spells. Sussex and Surrey

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holding onto the sunshine but Al where the cloud will increase,

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turning the sunshine hazy. The odd spot of frames in northern and

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western areas. Temperatures -- the odd spot of rain. Temperatures will

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not be as low as today. Feeling my -- milder tomorrow, and a band of

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rain will be coming through tomorrow night. The odd moderate to heavy

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burst in there. Temperatures will fall away tomorrow night to milder

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47 Celsius, maybe some mist patches to start the weekend. The weekend as

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a whole -- 4-7 C. The weekend as a whole will be milder. High pressure

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will be building but there will be cloud associated with it. The odd

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spot of drizzle cannot be ruled out over the weekend, more likely

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Saturday. Temperatures will reach high of ten to 11 Celsius. The

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outlook, a frost tomorrow in some places, a bright start to the day

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but cloud increasing and rain arriving by dusk and into the

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evening. Over the weekend, mainly dry but fairly cloudy.

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Tomorrow we are looking ahead to the FA Cup? Yes, Reading at Old

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Trafford. That is it from us, good night.

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We're looking for someone who can sing, someone who can move.

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Someone who can keep an audience on the edge of their seat.

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Something like this could change my life.

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When you're born to perform, Let It Shine...

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Magical new drama... The Worst Witch.

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Shall we? Absolutely. ..DI Goodman...

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