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In tonight's programme... so it's goodbye from me,

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Pausing to remember the four men who died in the Didcot

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Their families were in Didcot for a minute's silence -

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It is essential that lessons are learnt from this terrible

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accident so no family should have to go through similar agony

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Her daughter was Christopher Halliwell's last victim.

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We speak to Sian O'Callaghan's mother - as police

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Pioneering Artificial Intelligence in Berkshire.

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It's a year today that four men died, when part

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of Didcot Power Station collapsed as they were preparing

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The families of Ken Cresswell, John Shaw, Michael Collings,

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and Christopher Huxtable have been back to the town to

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pay tribute to them - and to attend a minute's silence.

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The investigation into what caused the collapse is ongoing.

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One year has passed but the memory of what happened will last for much

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longer. Both the people in Didcot who witnessed the catastrophic

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collapse here and for the families of the men who died. A minute's

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silence was held at four o'clock. Exactly a year after a huge part of

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the architectural icon for which Didcot is so famous crushed the

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ground. The tragedy claimed the lives of four men working there and

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injured two others. There are Reuters stood side by side with

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representatives of the town to remember. Relatives. Memories of the

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day will be hard to shake off after a year and we are reminded of that

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daily by the trucks that come up with the rubble and the steel that

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comes out through the gates. We are never far away from that and I still

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think about that date. I think the town will remember it forever. It is

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a sad thing, more than before, but a sad time for us. Earlier in the

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afternoon as strong winds howled across the piles of twisted debris

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the relatives had gathered together privately on-site. They laid flowers

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by a memorial bench. They showed tremendous dignity throughout. It is

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essential that lessons are learned from this terrible accident so no

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family should have to go through simile agony again in the future.

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While Michael Collings body was found on the night of the collapse

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it was well over six months before the bodies of Christopher Huxtable,

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Ken Cresswell and John Shaw were eventually located and returned to

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their families. Ken and John were from Rotherham. There are says their

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families still be a bit of being made to wait too long for

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information. We have been a victim of something so horrific as that,

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you have lost your husband, to have to fight for scraps of information

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is not acceptable in this country. Just last month I had to write to

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try to get information about timescales for the families.

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Suddenly all the came back with was that Thames Valley Police would be

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contacting us at some point. In a joint statement today tells you

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please and the Health and Safety Executive say they are entirely

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committed to uncovering why this tragedy happened and they will seek

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justice for those affected should any wrongdoing be found to have

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taken place. It is likely though that more anniversaries will pass

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before the families of the men who died here will get the answers they

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are looking for. An inquest has heard that

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a ten-year-old boy who died after a queue barrier fell on him

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in a Topshop store was shopping with his mother,

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siblings and grandmother. Kaden Reddick suffered fatal head

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injuries at the store in the Oracle Shopping Centre

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in Reading earlier this month. Police say it happened as his mother

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was paying at the till. Topshop has removed all

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display stands at tills The inquest has been

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adjourned for three months. The mother of Christopher

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Halliwell's final victim says she thinks it's inevitable

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that there are more She was speaking as police announced

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they'll need more time to continue their forensic search

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of his former home in Swindon. Halliwell is already serving two

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life sentences for the murders of Becky Godden in 2003

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and Sian O'Callaghan Sian's mum Elaine has been speaking

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to our reporter Andrew Plan. The police search at the bag of

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these Swindon houses goes on. A former home of double colour

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Christopher Helliwell, the sounds of a mechanical digger echoing around

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the terraced streets. Elaine Pickford's daughter Sian was his

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second victim. The question now, or the other is lying somewhere

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undiscovered? I personally believe the psychopathic nature,

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pathological liar that he would have slipped from everyday life and then

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whatever his trigger was, would be capable to go out and do what he has

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done to not only Sian but Becky and possibly others. Swindon taxi driver

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Christopher Halliwell is serving a whole life sentence. He killed Becky

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Godden in 2003, Shannon Cocking eight years later, number her mother

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believes it is likely there are other victims. Personally believe

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once he would have got to that level, been able to commit that sort

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of crime and given his nature and history, and his unnatural urges

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sexually I think he wouldn't have been able to have contained those

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for eight years. Halliwell appeared to try to make a plea bargain during

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interviews with police last year. If I confess, he said, will that stop

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everything else? Did he fear future accusations? Police say they are

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digging here on intelligence they have received. So far they haven't

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said what, if anything, they found. Storm Doris has made

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herself felt as she passed across our region today,

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keeping the emergency services busy. The storm toppled more

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than 40 trees in the area. There were also reports of fences

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giving way and power cuts. Meanwhile, in Oxford City Centre,

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Park End Street was closed while firefighters dealt

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with a loose roof. The formal go-ahead has been given

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for the first phase of the HS2 high-speed rail link

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between Birmingham and London. Supporters say the multi-billion

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pound project will boost the economy, but critics say it's

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a waste of money. The Transport Secretary,

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Chris Grayling, told the Commons consideration was being given

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for those living along the route. When a project of this kind

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of national importance is constructed, it inevitably has

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an affect on some of those And I reiterate that point

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that we will do everything we can to ensure that the process

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is as reasonable and fair The ?56 billion scheme has proved

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controversial and faced It will cut through Buckinghamshire,

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Oxfordshire and Northamptonshire. More of us are using

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the railways than ever before. It means busier stations and busier

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trains, and so the Government I'm taking a journey on the first

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stage of the route from London to Birmingham to see what impact

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it could have. The biggest challenge

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is tackling overcrowding. Our current tracks and stations

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can't handle many more passengers. But as well as running more

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frequently, the trains And that is good

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news for passengers. Sometimes you don't get enough

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carriages, which can be a problem and then it is really crowded

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on the trains and a lot That can make it difficult to get

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off the train as well. I regard being on a train as work

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time, so if you don't get a sit down, then you feel really

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frustrated about that lost hour. But it's not just commuters who

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stand to gain from the new railway. We are going to average about 10,000

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jobs over the course of the first phase of construction,

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peaking at 25,000 jobs a month. And that is just during

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the construction phase. When we go into operation,

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again we will have tens of thousands of jobs that are maintaining

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and running the railway. But there could be an even greater

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economic benefit too. We are 50 minutes into the journey,

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but if this was an HS2 train we'd And that means spending less time

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travelling and more time working. And one estimate suggests

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that could add about ?15 The current price tag

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is close to ?60 billion. But many say it

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could be much higher. 60 ancient woodlands

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would have to be bulldozed. 350 homes will have

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to be demolished. And thousands of businesses

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will be affected. The land will be split

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in two when work begins. It's going to completely

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alter the way I farm. I would lose half the grazing

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that my cows can go out to. I'm not seriously convinced that

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HS2 is of any necessity I think we've got far more important

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things to spend that sort of money on than on a railway line,

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which is in my opinion going to be outdated

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within the next ten to 15 years. The first section to the West

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Midlands is due to open by 2026. An extension to Leeds

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and Manchester will open by 2032. HS2 should make journeys faster

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and more comfortable. But keeping the project

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on time and on track Emergency services have completed

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their investigations at the sight of an explosion in Oxford earlier this

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month. A set of flats in Gibbs Crescent

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were demolished in the blast on Valentine's Day -

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one person is missing, A number of households

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have been displaced. The cause of the explosion

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is still to be confirmed. The Formula One World Champions,

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the Brackley-based Mercedes team, Lewis Hamilton and new teammate

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Valterri Bottas were at Silverstone Hamilton described

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the new car as incredible. He'll become Britain's most

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successful Formula One driver if he can land a fourth world

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title this year. The important thing for me

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to engage more with the fans, because they really,

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really what make There's all the great things,

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the car and the team, but when you go to a Grand Prix,

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when you're here at Silverstone and those grandstands are completely

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packed and the fields are packed, they create the atmosphere

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and it is the greatest weekend. The former BBC Three Counties radio

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presenter Stephen Rhodes has died. He joined the station in 1995 before

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leaving to stand as independent candidate in the Luton South seat

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in the General Election. He also filled in for Richard Madely

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on ITV's This Morning in the 90s. He was diagnosed with

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Motor Neurone Disease in 2014. A pre-inquest review due to take

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place next month into the Shoreham 11 men died when a vintage jet

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crashed onto the A27 during the Shoreham Airshow

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in August 2015. The West Sussex coroner says

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the hearing falls too close to the publication of the final

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Air Accidents Investigation Branch He's had a ringside seat during some

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of the biggest moments As a photojournalist,

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Tor Eigeland has captured images of news events

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from around the globe. But he's now settled in Dorset

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and is showing his work at Duke's Auctioneers

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in his new home town of Dorchester. You try to transmit

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feelings, events. You don't fake anything,

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you do it straight. For more than half a century,

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Tor Eigeland has been putting a thousand words

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into a single picture. It was hot and this desperate

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mother didn't know how Joyous followers of Fidel Castro

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sweep triumphantly through In 1959 Tor witnessed

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Castro's arrival in Havana, Tor, living closely

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with his subjects - here drinking camel's milk -

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is saddened by the loss of some A lot of the things I've covered

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definitely do not exist any longer. In a way I wish I hadn't

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met all those people. After you see what has

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happened to Syria, it Well, he may have travelled

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the world, but all roads have eventually led to Dorset,

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where he is putting on his first exhibition, so local

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people can see his work. I think it's just amazing

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for Dorchester to have an exhibition Tor has had an amazing career,

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he has been witness to some really fantastic events,

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but this is the first show with a really global pull

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that we have had before, so I wouldn't be surprised

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if we have a really wide range His latest work features places

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more familiar to us, People here are very,

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very lucky to be here, I think. A camel-hair coat and trilby worn

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by the actor George Cole in the ITV series Minder has

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been sold for ?10,000 The hammer price was around ten

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times higher than the figure George Cole - who lived in Henley

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for most of his life - played Arthur Daley

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on screen for 15 years. That is amazing, that blue shirt

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could be worth a couple of bob. I know some shirts that will

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definitely be worth a lot. What a great link that was! Southampton

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getting ready for the EFL Cup final. If you drive around the city you see

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all of the banners going up around the pubs. That is when cup finals

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are superb, because they have a way of bringing people who aren't

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necessarily the most interested in football together, because it is a

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community event. Two past captains of

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Southampton Football Club put their support behind the class

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of 2017 today. Peter Rodrigues lifted the FA Cup

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in 1976, Southampton's only major Meanwhile, Jason Dodd was the club

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captain when Southampton lost in Cardiff against Arsenal in 2003,

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also in the FA Cup. Both were signing

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copies of a new book, Southampton's Greatest Matches,

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and were full of praise for Southampton's current

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captain, Stephen Davis. The good thing is from that, he's

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an international captain as well, and Stephen's one of those,

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like we have been this week, he tucks under the radar,

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fantastic player who doesn't get the plaudits, in my opinion,

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that he deserves. The national manager knows that he's

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fantastic and he has been one of the ones,

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like us, in this competition that have just tucked under the radar,

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and it would top a great couple of months, him being captain now,

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to maybe lift the trophy. Manchester United could be

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without two midfielders Henrikh Mkhitaryan scored the winner

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for Jose Mourinho's side in last night's Europa League

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victory in St Etienne, but he also Veteran Michael Carrick

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appears to also be out, United have played twice

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in the Europa League since Saints last game,

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the 4-0 win at Sunderland. Southampton's tie against

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Manchester United at Wembley will be only the third major cup final

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the club has played at the stadium. Saints memorably won the 1976 FA Cup

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final, but then lost the 1979 League Cup final

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against Brian Clough's I've been to chat to the two

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men who played in both, They are the pub-quiz answer

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which many a Southampton Who are the two players who featured

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in both of the club's major Wembley To David Peach and Nick Holmes,

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the memories of an FA Cup win The noise of Wembley was something

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good, when you came out. I mean, we came out at the end

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where the Saints fans The gaffer's talk beforehand

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was always that we had more experience when we played

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sides like this. Manchester United to

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start this FA Cup final. People said we were underdogs

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but we had players in our side that Peter Osgood, Mick Channon,

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Peter Rodrigues, 60 games Jim McCalliog,

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Scottish international. Well, he used to call it his

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violinists and his cart horses. The goal was certainly a triumph

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of quality over carthorse. It was a great ball from Jimmy

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to get Bobby in there, and Bobby smashed it

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in with his left foot, Holmes and Peach got

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another shot at Wembley. The other full-back is David Peach,

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who loves to come forward He is also one of only two

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survivors from that FA Cup In midfield there's Nick Holmes,

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the local lad who made good, He is the other survivor from

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Wembley 1976. In the first half we played really

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well and we only got the one goal, whereas they played really well in

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the second in the second half -- really well in the second half and

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got two. I think losing a final is the worst

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thing that I have felt in all my football career. I have lost a

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couple of semifinals, which weren't great, but losing that final. We

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were in the final and you want to win the final. You don't really get

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over it, no? What about the weekend? Can Claude Puel's men out smart

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Manchester United? Jose Mourinho is getting somewhere he wants to be and

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they are the favourites but as we saw before the so-called favourites

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don't always win. They know the manager, they have to get themselves

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ready for probably the biggest games of their careers so far, for the

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young ones' perspective. Tomorrow night, lots

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more on the EFL final - we hear from fans, players

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and celebrities, plus a very special musical tribute to Claude Puel's

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side as they face Manchester United Don't forget to join

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in on our Facebook page with your messages of support,

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and do post us your pictures. Are you decking your

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house in red and white? The King forward to that. -- looking

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forward. Now for a little glimpse

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into the future. Behind me is Pepper,

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and one day soon robots like this could be greeting us

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all in hospitals, shops and schools. Pepper was built in Japan,

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but the brains behind its brain are much closer to home

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- in Berkshire. Volume, the Wokingham company

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responsible for Pepper, specialises Joe Campbell went along

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to find out more. You don't get far through

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the front door here... ..before you realise this

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is a rather different world. Sara El-Hanfy will be

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with you shortly. Now, please take a seat, unless you

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would like to chat some more. The firm here is one of the leaders

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in artificial intelligence, so it's no surprise it's been chosen

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as a partner by the latest Standard domestic

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programme installed. This is the best thing

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you will do for your family. For now, science fact

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trails science fiction, as seen through the Channel 4

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TV series Humans. Instantly, people think

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of things from sci-fi films or sci-fi literature,

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because it's been around for so long, but actually,

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it's not where we are at the minute. But the technology is

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moving all the time. I was born in Paris,

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but my heart is here in Wokingham. Oh, and my brain -

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the guys at Volume gave it to me. One of those people behind that

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brain is Paolo here. Basically we can monitor

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all the behaviour of the robot from the screens, so we can see

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what the robot can see, we can see the environment around

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the robot and how the robot's sensor recognises the environment around,

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because we need to create a build application to use the robot

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in a smarter way. The team here is working on the kind

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of artificial intelligence that may already control your home,

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and in future drive your car But it takes a human face for us

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to notice artificial As we're born and babies we're given

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a companion, aren't we, whether that's a cuddly toy

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or a teddy bear or whatever, so I think you're right,

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we are hard-wired. I think what we're dealing

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with right now is that technology is growing exponentially,

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at such a rapid pace, our behaviours really can't

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keep pace with that. That's where some of

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the issues come in. And whether it's fear

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of what all this means for our jobs or simply for the future,

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it may just prove I could do with one of those robots.

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Very handy. Make tea, coffee, move around the

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newsroom. Gusts of between 50 and 60

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miles per hour have been recorded in the South,

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all thanks to Storm Doris. The driver of this van had a lucky

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escape, narrowly missing this falling tree on Hanmore Road

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in Basingstoke this morning. The family of this house in Romsey

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were unhurt after a tree Numerous trees have also fallen,

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blocking several roads around the region, such

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as here in Chandlers The stormy conditions

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caused delays to flights, with some due to land in Southampton

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diverted to Bournemouth. Trains have been disrupted too,

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as well as cross-Solent ferries. It was lively, but much worse

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further north. Yes, and thankfully Doris has now

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moved after the North Sea. -- moved off to.

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Through the course of today we saw some sunny spells, the odd isolated

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shower, and overnight tonight there will be a few clear spells. Today

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the wind gusts were up to 82 mph at the Needles, but widely 50 to 60

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miles per out. -- per hour. An isolated shower here and there but

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with the wind is falling away we may see a touch of frost first thing

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tomorrow and maybe one or two ice patches. The odd isolated shower

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will ease and temperatures will fall away to two or three Celsius in

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urban areas, one in the countryside. Lots of sunshine tomorrow, the wind

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is fairly light from the north-west. Patchy cloud filling in through the

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afternoon, turning the sunshine hazy, but it should stay mainly dry.

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Bridges not as high as today, reaching seven to nine Celsius. --

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temperature is not as high. Tomorrow night there will be increasing cloud

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for some and we will see patchy rain here and there in the evening, which

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is when the south-westerly winds will increase in strength. Lowes

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tomorrow night of five to seven Celsius, milder than the tonight. --

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los tomorrow. A lot of cloud to start the day on Saturday but

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through the afternoon we should have the odd spot of drizzle. Ahead of

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this weather front, bringing rain from Saturday night into Sunday

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morning. We expect easy conditions on Saturday, Sunday will be cloudy

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but mainly dry with some rain after dark. Further showers on Monday and

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as we head through next week we are hoping that high pressure will start

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to build in. If you would like to send us your weather pictures, here

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is the e-mail address to do that. For the Saints game on Sunday, we

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expect mild and dry conditions. It will be great. Join us for

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tomorrow's programme, we will of course be looking forward to the

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game. I am looking forward to the musical treat.

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When The

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