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In tonight's programme: A wholly avoidable death.

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The driver on his mobile phone, who killed another motorist

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I think I'm going to work on forgiving him. I'm hoping I can

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forget what he did. I'm hoping over time I will not hate him as much as

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I probably did in the past. Running late - and the overbudget

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electrification of the Great Western rail line could fail to meet

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an already extended deadline. I think passengers between Oxford

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and Didcot have been very short changed. We have asked the

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Department for clarity about what the plans are but it is tough at the

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people in Oxford. -- for the people in Oxford.

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And later on, going underground - a makeover as a music studio brings

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A man from Oxford, who was on his mobile phone when he caused

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the death of a driver on the A34, has been sentenced to three years

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Lewis Stratford, who's 24, crashed through the central

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reservation of the road in June, killing 28-year-old

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The judge at reading crown court dubbed it

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a "wholly avoidable accident, which led to a wholly

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When Lewis Strafford walked into court this morning, he knew he

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This final warning a stark reminder that this crime can cost you much

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more than six points and a ?200 fine.

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Stratford was speeding to Portsmouth to visit his girlfriend.

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He believed she was cheating on him and made a number of emotional phone

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his car crashed through the central reservation,

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hitting a blue BMW being driven by 28-year-old Gavin Roberts.

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Both drivers were rushed to hospital.

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When you are using a mobile phone you find the attention of the driver

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is greatly narrowed. They tend to focus on the area just in front of

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the car. That phenomenon is exacerbated when people are having

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an emotionally involving conversation.

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In court today, Judge Stephen John told Stratford:

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avoidable accident, which caused a wholly avoidable death.

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Gavin's mother Rose was not in court today but

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She said, "Lewis, I want you to know you

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I know you did not mean to cause Gavin's death.

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Do not let it destroy and consume you.

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Honour Gavin's memory instead and become a

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Gavin's girlfriend Meg also hopes to forgive Lewis.

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She met with him before sentencing to raise awareness

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of the dangers of using your phone behind the wheel.

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Every time I say sorry, I'm thinking it's a bit cheap.

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I think I'm going to work on forgiving him.

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I'm never going to forget what he did and so over time I

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have that I can concentrate on forgiveness and not hate him

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Meg works as a teacher at Royal Wooton Bassett in Swindon.

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She hopes to stop the next generation from making the

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Being a teacher a lot of my students have

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seen the documentary and the

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students understand what I have been going through.

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We teach a lot about drink-driving and alcoholism and the

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impact that can happen behind the wheel, even the use of drugs.

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But we forget that actually the physical

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act of using your mobile phone behind the wheel can have just as

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Lewis Stratford was sentenced to three years and 10 months

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in prison and a driving ban of almost five years.

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Police in the Thames Valley say they've issued fines

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to more than 130 motorists, using their phones behind the wheel,

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The force has been undertaking a series of high profile

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checks this week, including this one in Abingdon -

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following a change in the law on March the 1st.

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Drivers caught on their phone not hands-free now face a ?200

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People under 21 will lose their license altogether

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Thames Valley police says it stopped 112 overweight

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vehicles at Marlow Bridge - in the first two days

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The crossing was closed for two months after a 37 tonne lorry got

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The historic bridge, which has a three tonne weight limit,

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is a major route into the town, and its closure caused weeks

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of delays for motorists and damaged businesses.

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A thorough search of a former house lived in by Swindon murderer

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Christopher Halliwell has come to an end with no

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Specialist police officers started work in the garden and garage

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and an adjacent garage on Broad Street in

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Police say it was after intelligence they'd received, but say no items

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of significant interest have been found.

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Christopher Halliwell is serving two life sentences for killing

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The scheme to electrify the Great Western Railway has been

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The Public Accounts Committee say it's a "stark example of how not

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The work is already up to three years behind schedule and more

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There's also concern that several sections,

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including the line to Oxford, will never be finished.

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It promised faster, more reliable services, better stations and

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But the Great Western Mainline upgrade has

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been beset by serious failings, according to

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It said significant flaws raised concerns about the ability of

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the Department for Transport and Network Rail

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The estimated cost rose by ?1.2 billion in one year.

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Now it is unclear if the revised targets of 2.8

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billion and a completion date of December 2018 are realistic.

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In November, the Government announced

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between Oxford and Didcot Parkway will be deferred indefinitely.

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I think passengers between Oxford and Didcot

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The plan now is it has been deferred for a decision at least until 2019,

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but realistically not likely to be delivered even that early.

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And then it will potentially be competing for

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other emerging rail projects at the same time.

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We have asked the department for clarity about what

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The Great Western Railway denied passengers here are

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What we've had to do was look at ways of delivering the

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customer benefits, the improved services, longer carriages, faster

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services, without relying in some places on that electrification.

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Ultimately that means the customer still gets what it was going to get,

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despite the challenges of electrification.

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The Public Accounts Committee has made a series

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It says the Department for Transport and Network

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Rail should reassess the case for electrification section

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by section and fund schemes only where worthwhile

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could not be achieved otherwise at lower cost.

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The committee added Network Rail needed to produce

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realistic cost estimates and have robust and detailed plans.

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In a statement, Network Rail said they

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and the Department of Transport had learned lessons from the poor early

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planning of this project and that today they do not take forward major

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projects until they are properly scoped, properly planned and they

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have a robust estimate of what the cost will be.

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Beneficial or not, rail users in Oxfordshire now have

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an indefinite wait to see if their stretch of track

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An RAF pilot has been dismissed for negligence after causing

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a military passenger jet to go into a nosedive on a flight

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Flight Lieutenant Andrew Townshend said he was taking pictures

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because he was bored when his digital camera

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The Voyager plummeted over 4,000 feet in seconds,

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causing some personnel to crash into the ceiling.

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He was sentenced to four months in prison, suspended for 12 months.

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A bid to scrap all six of Oxfordshire's councils

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and replace them with one has been officially been set out.

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The re-organisation is expected to cost ?16 million,

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but those behind the bid say it would then save ?100

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Three councils, Oxford, Cherwell and West Oxfordshire,

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have vowed to fight the plans, saying the change will affect local

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services, cause job losses and mean "a reduction in local democracy".

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We know there's been a lot of sort of criticism and vocal concerns

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However, talking to people, explaining what

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it means, that it's one council, better services, more infrastructure

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delivered, people seem to understand.

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So I asked people to look at this proposal and then really see

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whether they think it's going to be a better future for Oxfordshire.

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Not enough people are coming forward to get help with hearing loss,

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It's thought at least two thirds of people with poor hearing

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One Oxfordshire woman received an implant two years ago and now says

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it has transformed her life. These people are experiencing sound

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either for the first time ever... It's a big, big

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life-changing day today. It's the same device that has

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completely transformed For years she had been struggling

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with the hearing, but after having one fitted at Oxford's

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John Radcliffe Hospital, she I can't stress enough

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what a big thing in Before the operation

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Carol was almost totally She didn't speak to her friends

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or grandchildren and said she had Now new research has shown

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people with hearing issues are more likely to have

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mental health problems, and people with severe

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hearing loss are five times more If you take action,

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get your hearing assessed and then like using hearing

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aids and implants, if you've got a profound deafness,

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that abolishes the additional risk. The advice then, if you do

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notice your hearing Because being a good listener

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won't just help those around you. It could help your

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mental health, as well. If at first you don't

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succeed, try again. At midnight he starts a new attempt

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to break surely cycling's Steve, who is from Milton Keynes,

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will try and cycle more miles It follows a failed

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attempt last year. I'll will start at midnight tonight,

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that's the first time, get 300 miles -- I'll start at midnight tonight,

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that's the first aim, get 300 miles done earlier than normal,

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so I can get a really good Steve Abraham has unfinished

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business, so he'll spend the next year in the saddle trying to break

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cycling's long-distance record. Steve's first attempt ended

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when he was hit by a moped. A second was launched

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but abandoned, too far off He will need to break

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the 80,000 mile mark. Now there's a woman

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called Miranda Coker, she's going to put it up

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to about 230 day, at

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least 84,000, think. Just like going to work every day,

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get up every morning, have breakfast, go to work,

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come home and go to bed. Steve has broken the one month

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mileage world record. At midnight tonight he'll be on the

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road for the next 12 months. Jonathan Park with that report.

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Sally Taylor is in the saddle next. For me, goodbye for now.

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going underground - a makeover as a music studio brings

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It's one of the south's worst road bottlenecks.

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As a consultation over the latest plans for the A303

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at Stonehenge draws to a close, a group of archaeologists have

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raised their concerns that the road scheme could ruin the famous

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The current plans involve seven miles of new dual carriageway

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with a tunnel of almost two miles in the middle.

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The archaeologists say the positioning of the tunnel

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would mean car headlights would ruin the perfectly aligned view

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of the winter solstice setting sun through the stones.

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Earlier I spoke to one of those in the group,

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Dr Joshua Pollard from the University of Southampton.

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The problem we have is that the proposed

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detrimental impact on the world Heritage site.

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The option will mean that new areas will have to be

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constructed within the boundaries of the World Heritage site.

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You are worried about head lights from cars.

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In terms of the proposed western tunnel entrance has been cited, that

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actually lies close to the midwinter solstice line on Stonehenge.

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We are worried about the possiblity of light

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pollution for those people who might contribute to witness the solstice.

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It is the scheme that will improve the

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journeys of tens of thousands of people weighed up against that.

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It is but the argument is there could be

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That is going to cost a lot more money.

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It will be a lot more money but Stonehenge is an

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iconic monument famous across the globe.

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We have to do the best for what is recognised as being

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something of international cultural importance.

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High England will say it has worked with organisations and it is

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committed to protecting Stonehenge and this is part of a wider

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consultation. It is and this is why we are making the argument now. We

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want to make sure at this scheme is replaced by a better option. Whoever

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and whatever is chosen is going to inconvenience somebody. It probably

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will. This is a judgment that highway" and have got to wait up. --

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Highway England. The experts that have been involved in the landscape

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have not been consulted in the way that we feel may have been desirable

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at the outset. This is your opportunity? It is.

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Her Majesty the Queen was in Wiltshire today

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presenting leeks to soldiers to mark St David's Day,

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She was there to see members of the Royal Welsh

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at Lucknow Barracks in Tidworth, as part of her role

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She also met this goat, which is the regiment's mascot.

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Bournemouth's tethered balloon won't be seen in the skies

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It was damaged last June - and its operators say it's no

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The tourist attraction has operated for fifteen years,

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giving visitors and locals a birds eye view of the town.

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They've been helping school children cross roads safely

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But the number of lollipop men and women is declining rapidly,

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as local councils struggle to balance their budgets.

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The latest school crossing patrollers who face losing

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their jobs are in Berkshire, as Nikki Mitchell reports.

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Eight primary schools in the borough of Wokingham,

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including Highwood Primary here in Woodley, could lose

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their lollipop patrollers at the end of the school year in July.

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It would be very difficult for the parents to cross the road with the

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children, in the morning time. The roads are very busy. I do not think

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it will be safe for the children during school time. The traffic

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lights do speak for themselves but the controllers can keep an eye if

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traffic by jumping the lights. Children will still run across.

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The borough council

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One would be the crossing patrol and a zebra crossing or a pedestrian

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crossing. It means we have two levels of spending at each crossing.

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That is not the best way of spending resources. We would be able to use

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that money elsewhere in the system for safety.

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People worried about the proposals have until 19th April to tell

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the council what they think, before a final decision

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on whether or not to lose another eight of the South's lollipop

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And we move on to sport. Tony is here on read red sofa. Looking ahead

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to football. We will hear from two managers tonight. Winning but

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winning with style. They want to do it the right way.

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Bournemouth head to Old Trafford without a win in 2017 and having

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lost four Premier League games in a row.

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It's a slide which has seen Eddie Howe's men drawn

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into the relegation fight in their second season

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Tomorrow they face a United side no doubt buoyant

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after winning their first silverware under Jose Mourinho, the EFL Cup

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There has been no problem with the mood around the camp.

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I think we can only be positive and only look

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Certainly, there is no other way to approach this game or any

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We are as confident as we can be with a run of fixtures.

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We know a win needed to fully feel good

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about ourselves and hopefully that is not too far away.

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Reading face the first of two massive games in the next four days

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when they host Wolves tomorrow at the Madejski Stadium.

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The Royals are calling on fans to turn out in numbers

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to roar on Jaap Stam's side who have made

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Reading sit fifth in the table ahead of tomorrow's game

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against their struggling opponents, the on Tuesday they host top

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Six big points in their season but Stam wants to win with style.

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We are not only thinking about winning that game, we are also

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thinking about how we can play, how we can give

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the crowd a nice game as

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well, not only by having a good result but playing in a good way.

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In other action tomorrow, Southampton hope to bounce back

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from their cup final defeat when they return to league

:20:04.:20:05.

Brighton midfielder Anthony Knockaert has

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extended his contract to June 2021 ahead of second placed Albion's trip

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Oxford and Swindon are at home in league one,

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A Portsmouth win against Crewe could send them into the automatic

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BBC Local radio has full commentary and follow the games live

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There's live athletics across the BBC this weekend at

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Surrey athlete Morgan Lake is in action in Belgrade in the high jump

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The 19-year-old former Wellington College pupil and former

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World junior champion cleared one metre 86 at the second time

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A short time ago she was third in qualifying

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although no jumper had yet reached the automatic qualifying height

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of one metre 93 to ensure a place in tomorrow's final.

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Two of our ice hockey clubs will clash in the Premier League

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although it will be one of the last meetings between Basingstoke Bison

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and Guildford flames as the Flames are to enter

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Bison come into the game fourth in the table

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The play offs is also the target for Surrey Scorchers basketball.

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They go to the Glasgow rocks this weekend in the British basketball

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league, sitting ninth- the top eight go

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On Monday I told you about video technology. I am going to finish it

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by telling you about that because FA and the board have announced that

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the FA Cup will trial video technology next season. It is

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coming. It was a grand design project

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with a bit of a difference. Early last year, an enthusiastic

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group of musicians came up with the idea

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of transforming a disused cold war bunker on the outskirts of Salisbury

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into a music based youth club. It was an exciting

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and ambitious plan. But was it a plan

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that came together? From cold war relic

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to swinging hotspot. When we visited last year,

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this was a derelict 1960s Now it is a state-of-the-art

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music venue. We are in the main

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space and this is the main area to hang out but we have

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three bespoke practice rooms. We have a fully fitted

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recording studio as well. Transforming this

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to this needed money. ?100,000 came from a

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council pot, with half that again in time and labour

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donated by local firms. The new sound of the

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underground does owe a The Cavern Club from Liverpool,

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which we built under Great history and that

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will fill with the new Residents were worried

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about noise and safety A lot of us simply couldn't see how

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this could be transformed into the sort of thing

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that he was describing. All power to Ross and his team

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because they had a vision I think it is an outstanding

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success story. # It is the sound

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of the Underground... A new home underground

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really is music to the It is nice to be

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somewhere different and It is going to make such

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a difference to how I fell pregnant and they stuck

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by me through that. They helped me with my education

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and they still managed to Building the bunker has been a

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labour of love. Builders have worked overtime and over budget. All the

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equipment has come from local shops. It is the community working in

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harmony. They are having a very busy first night. We end up in the

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rehearsal room and the recording studio. This is Price of evil. They

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will be going on to a very soon. The good thing about being this far

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underground is lads like this can be as loud as they want. They are good,

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aren't they? He is enjoying every moment they are. Good luck to them.

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It is the forecast. Moved it on a step now. I am going to move it on

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further. Let's take a look now at your pictures.

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It was a gloomy and dramatic start to the day at Corfe Castle -

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But lovely weather for ducks in Chichester -

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a double bill here from Dulcie Levett.

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And the wet stuff went down well with this pig in Marchwood,

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What a difference a Day makes. Yesterday was spring like and today

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was a soggy if they are. The theme is changeable for the next couple of

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days. Cloudy skies and heavy rain for a time. This evening starts

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drive but making its way into the region. Becoming more persistent as

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the night moves on. A wet night but not a chilly one. Not looking at

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those dropping below six Celsius. Saturday morning, the of that

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overnight rain is cloud. That cloud sticking around for much of the day.

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We could see brighter skies and sunshine here. In the best of that,

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temperatures into double figures. 10 Celsius. Always the risk of the odd

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shower through the afternoon. Through Saturday evening, much the

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same story. It starts drive but a scattering of showers. A brisk

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westerly went. Temperature is not dropping much below six Celsius.

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Fairly mild and for the most of the night it is dry. If you start try on

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Sunday morning, well done, you. It is not going to last. That westerly

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wind pushing in the cold front. That is going to bring heavy rain for a

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time. It will clear to sunnier spells.

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Another front brings its way through with clouds. Sunday is the much

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better day. Let's look at the Outlook. 10 Celsius the top

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temperature on Saturday. Sunday, a wetter picture. A lot of heavy rain

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for a time. As we head into the new week, we keep the cloud and cool

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Atlantic a means nine Celsius is our top temperature. For a Tuesday, it

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is the same story. That is it wrong us. We will be back at eight and

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then 10:25pm. -- that it is it for us. Good night.

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