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Hello and welcome to South Today. takeover offer for Unilever.

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In tonight's programme: Assessing the damage while the search

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A demolition expert gives us his view on the explosion that

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Also: They saw off Newcastle - now Oxford are hoping to cause

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another FA Cup upset as they take on Premier League Middlesborough.

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And later on: An emotional moment - a deaf husband and wife hear

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Three days since an explosion destroyed a block of flats

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in Oxford, rescue teams are still searching for a man

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who's believed to be buried under the rubble.

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Guido Schuette, who's 48, hasn't been seen since

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Firefighters are still trying to make buildings safe in the area.

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Around 20 people have had to be moved into temporary accommodation.

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Matt Graveling has spent the day with a demolition expert.

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Piles of bricks and mortar surrounded by shards

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of shattered glass - the carnage caused by Tuesday's

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explosion still lays untouched, in the gardens of Gibbs Crescent.

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This was the home of 48-year-old Guido Schuette, a man police

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fear may be found dead, buried beneath the rubble.

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But as the search for a body continues, what is happening

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The first thing that occurs to me is I can't hear engines running,

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so my guess is they haven't got heavy equipment in and they're

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still manually searching by hand at this point.

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Obviously a digger is a lot less controllable than a man,

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so if there is a body under there, they'll be doing it

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delicately instead of going in with all guns blazing.

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If we look, there is a tree here on the left, there's a piece

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In fact, I'd have expected to see more debris over this far.

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The blast seems to have been directed this way,

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I'd've expected to find more, really.

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The homes in Gibbs in crescent are all one-bedroom flats.

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Three have been destroyed, with four others left badly damaged.

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This evening, specialist machinery has been brought in to support

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surrounding buildings as more than 40 personnel continued

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to gather evidence and look for any signs of life.

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The structure that it is connected to it would be their first concern,

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making sure that is stable and safe, but the second concern would be

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There are gas explosions every year, but not to that degree.

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Decent demolition contracts are equipped to deal with that -

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making the site safe and making sure the recovery process can be done

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Residents of the 20 flats within the cordon are staying

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in emergency accommodation while the safety of their homes

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is assessed, with police sniffer dogs now expected to visit the site

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as the search for Guido Schuette continues.

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A murder investigation is underway after a woman in her sixties

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was attacked in her home in Milton Keynes and

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It happened at her house in Orne Gardens in Bolbeck Park last month.

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Detectives say the woman was pushed to the floor after a group of men

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One of the men held her down with a hand over her mouth,

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A man's pleaded guilty to raping a woman at knifepoint near

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Mark Pearton, who's 44 and from East Sussex,

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admitted the assault in a park near Harcourt Hill last month.

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He also pleaded guilty to possession of a knife in a public place.

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He'll be sentenced at Oxford Crown Court in April.

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The family of a man who died after he was stabbed in Oxford have

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described him as a "kind, loving and caring man".

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Domingos Ramalho, who was 35, was stabbed on Windmill Road

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In a statement, his family say he was a "good and trusted friend

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to many and a family man dedicated to his partner and children."

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A 27-year-old man from Oxford has been charged with his murder.

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A man's appeared in court, charged with causing the death

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of a three-year-old girl by dangerous driving.

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Isla Wiggin was killed in a crash on the A34 at Hinksey Hill

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A lorry and seven cars were involved.

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Thomas Hunter, who's 58 and from Nottinghamshire, is due

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to appear at Oxford Crown Court again in May.

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A UK space company, based in Oxfordshire is playing a crucial

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role in the next mission towards humans living on the moon.

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A team of engineers at the Harwell campus have won a contract to design

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a new landing sensor, for an unmanned mission.

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Angela Walker has been finding out more.

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It's hard to believe, but the key to humans living

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on the moon could be inside this small, silver box.

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It's a radar laser being developed by scientists at Neptec

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Inside this box we have a laser and some scanning mirrors.

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The laser will send out pulses of light and we time how long it

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takes for the light to come back, and we use this to build up

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The Lidar will be used to help an unmanned craft land on the moon

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in a mission to locate water that could eventually be used to make

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fuel and oxygen to support future manned lunar missions.

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It's a stepping stone to future exploration,

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so Lidars and the other sensors that we're building at Neptec UK

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like infrared cameras can be used for many missions both

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to the surface and for rovers and for automated

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The Luna Resource mission is a joint effort by

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the Russian Federal Space Agency and the European Space Agency.

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It's scheduled to launch in 2021 - 52 years after the Americans

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Alongside the Lidar, which will map the surface of the moon,

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scientists here are also developing the next-generation

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The rover has been designed to be a heavy lifter.

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It's going to carry people and cargo and perform tasks.

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As well as being the next step towards humans living on the moon,

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the Lidar technology being developed here can also be used on Earth.

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It can be applied in the development of autonomous vehicles,

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which is an international growth industry worth millions.

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A Chinese woman has been told she can join her husband

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in Oxfordshire after a long fight for a visa.

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Mary Zu has been married to Steve Bearns from

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For the last 12 months she's been living near Hong Kong

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because her spouse visa application was rejected.

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Now the British Embassy in Bejing has done a U-turn

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Council tax is being frozen in South Oxfordshire. Rates are being kept

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the same for the second year running. In its budget meeting last

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night he promised to make more than ?1 million worth of advances

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available to community projects and invest ?500,000 in delivering

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superfast broadband to more communities across South

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Oxfordshire. Thousands of Oxford United fans are

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preparing to make the long journey The team are hoping to cause another

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upset tomorrow as they visit the Premier League side in the fifth

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round of the FA Cup. This was the goal against Newcastle

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that put the Oxford in the fifth round of the FA Cup for the first

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time since 1994. And now they're ready

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for the challenge. If we can go in with the same

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mentality and belief with 20,000 supporters there,

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I'm sure as a boy growing up that's the kind of support you want to be

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going out in front of, so hopefully it'll be a great day

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and we can do the business. And here's where they'll be playing

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- the Riverside Stadium. More than 3,000 Oxford fans

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will travelling more than 230 miles to Middlesborough

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to support the team. It'll be a great day out and we're

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going up there with one thing - If we get a draw, we can bring

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them back to our place, but the main thing we're

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going for is the win and to try Much of the Oxford squad is made

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up of players released by Premier League teams early

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in their careers and may be If they perform as well as a team

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as they do as individuals, they'll stand out anyway and they'll

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all do their bit. They're expected to try and get

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something out of the game. There will be a few of our players

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that will impress a few We've got players that we believe

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can play at a high level and hopefully it will be Oxford

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at some point. Moments like this -

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the promotion party last year in Oxford -

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prove that Us fans are well nown for showing their pride,

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so while Teeside may not rank high in UK's top tourist destinations,

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Oxford United fans are preparing That is live commentary on BBC Radio

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Oxford. Now more of today's

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stories with Sally Taylor. Still to come in this

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evening's South Today... The scheme that's inspiring

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and supporting youngsters who've One of Reading's most-loved arts

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venues reopens tonight following a major refit,

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two years after facing The South Street Arts Centre has

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hosted acts like Mumford and Sons, Radiohead and Michael McIntyre

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before they were famous but Reading Council considered shutting

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the venue to save money. A campaign by loyal

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customers forced a rethink. Just move the light

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to the other side. Technical preparations for one

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of the first productions New and improved lighting

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and a reworking of the studio space makes this a much better place

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for performers and audiences. It just has a much more

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contemporary, really vibrant feel A lot of musicians and

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actors and performers of cut their teeth here,

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so it is kind of integral for the development of artists

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from Reading who can go on to greater things,

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but also it serves audiences who are looking for something a bit

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different, a bit more unusual, When you wake up in

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the middle of the night... Just two years ago, the arts centre

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faced an uncertain future. Reading Borough Council

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considered closing it, but South Street's loyal audience

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rallied - as did those who've performed here,

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who hold it in high regard. I remember when there

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was the potential that We were like, no, you can't

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close it, because it's got so much, I guess,

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history, and on the circuit of contemporary theatre in Britain

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it's a really important venue. The Arts Council agreed,

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offering half a million pounds of public money to improve

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and extend the building. That helped convince the council

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it was worth saving, so it too chipped in just

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over half that. This is a huge boost

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for a town keen to continue Controversial plans to knock down

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a hotel in the New Forest to build retirement flats have been rejected

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by the park authority. Lyndhurst Park Hotel

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once had connections Campaigners objected

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to the proposals to demolish the building and build 75 flats

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for pensioners and 12 holiday lets, saying there was a desperate need

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for affordable housing Pegasus Life says it's

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disappointed with the decision. It's a disease that can kill

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and scar young children for life. How to you help someone who has lost

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a limb to meningitis deal with it? Today a leading charity that

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supports young people who've lost limbs to meningitis has held

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an event to inspire them in Reading. All the children in this game have

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lost limbs through meningitis. Overseeing the enthusiastic training

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is Paralympian Aaron Phipps, who For me, it's just, it's the young

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people getting to meet other young people in the same sort

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of circumstances as them. One little boy arrived, looked

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at another little boy and went, More than 100 families have come to

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the Pushing The Boundaries day. Eleanor was eight months

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old when she fell ill. Originally diagnosed with a throat

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infection, she nearly died. I was really ill,

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and they had to chop It is something she will have to

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deal with the rest of her life. Coming to places like

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this really helps her see very positive role models

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who have had the same amputation but are going on and doing everything

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in life that they want to. The foundation helps survivors with

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things like state-of-the-art prosthetics but also funds research,

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and the main research in that respect is bacterial meningitis,

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which can be all around us. A few people carry it in their nose and

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throat, which can get into the system and attack the body. That is

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why in many cases amputation businesses are. In many ways those

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here are lucky. The infection can kill in just 12 hours.

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For those who've come through it, days like these

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fuel their ambitions so they won't let this awful

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An important day and a fun day called Pushing The Boundaries. It

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has been a day of recognition and a special day for our Olympians and

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Paralympians. After a memorable summer of sport

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at the Olympics and Paralympics, many of the South's gold-medal

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winners were today honoured Prince Charles was on hand

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to welcome the latest Members of the Most Excellent Order

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of the British Empire. Great Britain have won

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the Olympic gold medal! A golden Olympic moment for GB's

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women's hockey team, that today continued to bring

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rewards in the form of more medals. Captain Kate Richardson-Walsh given

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an OBE for services to hockey. Her team-mates, including partner

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Helen and Southampton's Alex Danson, were all awarded MBEs

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for their triumph in Rio. While for Hannah Russell,

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who joined Guildford Swimming Club at the age of 12, an MBE

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is the icing on the cake after two golds and one bronze

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at the Paralympics. Absolutely incredible, something

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that not many people get awarded. 13 years of hard work I've put

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into this sport and to come out As parents we are really

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proud of everything she has done and it is lovely

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to come to the Palace today and see Hannah get presented her

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MBE by Prince Charles. We have followed Bournemouth

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schoolgirl swimmer Alice Tai through the years and after

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taking Paralympic bronze in September today there

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was more reason to cheer. Who could forget these

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scenes on the Olympic Dorset's Hannah Mills

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and Saskia Clarke recognised along with Giles Scott for services

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to sailing. Top honours too for Hampshire

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golfer Justin Rose, while Alton's Paralympian

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Georgina Hermitage, Surrey paracanoeist Anne Dickins

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and Berkshire's Liam Heath A summer of sport that

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will live long in the memory. Congratulations to all recipients, a

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fantastic day for the athletes and their families.

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Bournemouth have been charged for breaching

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the Football Association's rules on anti-doping.

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Clubs are required to provide accurate details of training

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sessions and player whereabouts so they are available for drug

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It's alleged the Premier League side failed to do so.

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The club has until Thursday to respond to the charge.

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As well as Oxford's trip to Middlesborough in the fifth

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round of the FA Cup, there's football league

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Brighton's trip to Barnsley is manager Chris Hughton's 100th

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A win could see the Seagulls re-take top spot in the Championship.

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In League One, MK Dons host Fleetwood.

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Swindon welcome Oldham to the County Ground.

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Defender Gareth Evans is a doubt for Portsmouth,

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Surrey Scorchers continue their push to make the British Basketball

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They're only points difference outside the all-important top eight

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as they prepare to welcome sixth-placed Plymouth Raiders

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That match is live on the BBC Red Button and the BBC website.

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Swish. Sorry storm start their netball season earlier in the week.

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A couple from Salisbury who've been married for 12 years are hearing

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each other's voices for the first time after having Cochlear implants.

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50-year-old Helen Robinson and her husband Neil,

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who's 54, have been deaf since birth.

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They're believed to be the first couple in the UK to be "switched

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on" at the same time - and they can't believe

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Half a century without sound, changed with the flick of a switch.

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Neil and Helen have been married since 2005.

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They've both been deaf since birth because of a genetic condition.

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They could hear some muffled noises but now the cochlear

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implants are sending electrical signals directly to the brain which

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I didn't realise that the sound was coming from inside my head. I

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realised it was a different sound from the sound I am hearing normally

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with my hearing aids. It has led to a passion for awesome

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audio. I love sound and I want

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to be able to hear more. You'll be surprised

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at what's caught their ears. You know the car,

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when you are changing For me, I knit, and when I'm

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doing the knitting I can hear the needles clacking together

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and it's a nice sound. Their new fifth sense can be

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overwhelming at times and clinicians also have to adjust

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the volume as they become They are the latest among more than

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a thousand patients treated by the university team. It is exciting to

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do a first session for somebody come you never know quite how it will be

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go and whether the person is quite excited or anxious and nervous.

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The new device can be switched off, which may have

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I can call her now and also learning to put up with

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Apparently Neil was saying that he could hear the birds for the first

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time and Helen was saying, I could hear our cat.

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First it was a hit film, then a successful stage musical.

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Billy Elliott is the story of a boy who trades boxing

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gloves for ballet shoes, when he discovers

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It's all set against the backdrop of the miners' strike in the '80s.

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This week pupils at Ringwood School in Hampshire are staging

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And who better to offer some advice to the boys

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sharing the lead roles, than the stars of the West End

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version, currently on at the Mayflower Theatre in

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So at final rehearsals the pressure is on for the four boys who share

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the roles of Billy and his best friend Michael.

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The ballet has been quite difficult because it pushes you to limit that

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you don't want to go to but you have to. And the tap is quite hard. I

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loved performing since I was little, I danced around the kitchen. I have

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done singing in past shows that I think the acting is kind of the

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thing that I had to work on. It is quite funny doing the swearing

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because not many little kids do that and the audience loved it because

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they are not expecting it. I went to an audition like, I won't get much

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of a part, and they said, you have got Billy Elliot!

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With six performances this week, the boys have a busy schedule.

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But they've taken time out for a special trip.

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The West End production of Billy Elliott is now

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on at the Mayflower in Southampton, and the lads have been

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invited to get some tips from the professionals.

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Come on in. Welcome to the Mayflower. What do you think?

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Massive. How many seats to you think that is? That is a few, isn't it?

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Martin Walsh plays the role of Billy's dad.

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Who wants to be an actor when they grow up? All four of you? Why not,

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that is how I started out, showing people what you have got and doing

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it with an open heart and just going for it.

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All right boys, time to show us what you do. That is good.

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You can't make kids do things like this, they either want to or they

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don't, so it is good, it reminds me of my youth, getting up there.

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So now it's back to school, with an added spring in their step.

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That Ringwood School production is sold out.

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You can see Billy Elliott at the Mayflower Theatre until March 4th.

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On to the weather for the weekend. Fraser on Friday.

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It has been really mild through the half-time, -- half term, why bother

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with Barcelona when you can have Basingstoke?

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It was a very pleasant day across the region, springlike, with

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temperatures up to 11 Celsius widely. That mild theme continues

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for a few days. For tonight we are dry and cloudy, the cloud coming and

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going through the night. There will be breaks in it as well and with the

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light winds mist patches forming by dawn here and there. Not a chilly

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night, temperatures not dropping much below six Celsius. Moving on

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Saturday morning, that the lawn is rather grey and dreary, low cloud

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and mist, but that will lift and clear through the morning. To the

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east, good spells of sunshine, bit more cloud to the West but mild

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everywhere, temperatures at 11 Celsius while widely and light

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breezes. There is a rainy front coming through overnight, bringing

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spits and spots of rain, but under the cloudy skies it will not be

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chilly, 67 Celsius in most places. Sunday, that rain sticks around

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first thing for a time but it will clear away as the morning wears on

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and the bulk of Sunday is looking try and find. Bright spells

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developing and some warm air being brought in on a westerly airflow. It

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will feel very unusually mild, 12 Celsius the most places, and that

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warm tropical air is set to stick with us on Monday. Temperatures on

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Monday up to 14 Celsius. Let's look at the outlook, and half term is a

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fantastic start, dry and bright, 12 Celsius and light winds. Monday,

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dreary start but we will see some bright spells and very mild. --

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Sunday. Monday, 14 Celsius but cloudy. Cloudy and mild but Tuesday

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as well. I enjoyed that, normally you are

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telling us about storms. That is it from us. More at 10:25pm

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tonight. Have a good weekend what ever you are doing.

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