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In tonight's programme. news teams where you are.

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The helicopter crash that killed five members of the same family.

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Also, a second trip to Wembley in a year, 30,000 Oxford fans will be

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making the journey but some supporters are avoiding the match.

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Later on, after 72 years in the same salon.

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A legal challenge has been launched over plans to downgrade key services

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Campaigners and the district council claim the consultation

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by Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group is "confusing

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and flawed", and want a High Court judge to review it.

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Campaigners have fought on as the Horton General Hospital

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The maternity unit has lost specialist consultants

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and become midwife-led, with mums-to-be now traveling to the

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There are proposals to move other services too.

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But now, campaigners are fighting back, this time through the courts.

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We have been working on the legal route for some time.

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The appeal has been sent to a case to be heard in the High Court.

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It won't bring back maternity if we win this case.

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It will legally force the Clinical Commissioning Group

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to go back and start again at the beginning

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with their consultation, and this time do it in one.

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Mechanic Keith Strangwood leads the campaign group

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He, like many others, has his own reasons

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One day, there was no heartbeat, that was it.

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My other half, she had to go through normal labour.

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But we spent the night with thatbaby in her arms and it

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Changes to services are being made by the Oxfordshire Clinical

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Commissiong Group who are tasked with saving a predicted

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A consultation into the changes was carried out in June.

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But campaigners and councillers have said it was confusing and flawed.

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We believe we have got some very strong points to make

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in terms of the legalities of the consultation process.

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And we believe as local councils we do reflect the views of local

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people and hence the action we have taken.

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Nobody was available from Oxfordshire Clinical

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Commissioning Group to speak to us today, but a spokesperson did say

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they have received the letter and will respond appropriately.

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For now, campaigners and councillors will be waiting to see if their case

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In the past hour, police have confirmed the bodies of five people

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from this region killed in a helicopter crash two days

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ago have finally been recovered by search teams.

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Kevin and Ruth Burke, from near Milton Keynes,

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and three other adult members of their family, were flying

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to Dublin when the aircraft ditched in the North Wales mountains

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Emma Baugh has spent the day in the village of Hulcote

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A British today saddened that five members of the same family are

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believed to have lost their lives from such a close-knit community.

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It is just sad that someone who lives locally has passed away in

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such a tragic way. It is a tiny village although we are spread quite

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a way, to think it has happened to some locally is sad.

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Ruth and Kevin Burke had lived in the area for some time but had just

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moved to the dream home they had built. Then neighbour served on the

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parish council with Kevin Burke. Very outgoing, charming. But I

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imagine he was a very successful businessman. He had a lot of

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attributes. Desperately sad to hear about this very tragic accident

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particularly of course for the children, very sad. And a terrible

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shock to the people who live in this little community here.

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Kevin Burke had a local building firm and his company were involved

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in projects like the expansion of the stadium. The family set off from

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Milton Keynes flying to Ireland on Wednesday but crashed here.

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Rescue services were still trying to recover the bodies but the weather

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is hampering the operation. Conditions up on the mountains are

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extreme the treacherous even the experienced climbers are having

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difficulty. We have very skilled individuals up there but even they

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are finding it difficult. Once the bodies have been recovered,

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investigators will want to examine the scene as an aviation expert told

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me. It could be a tough technical

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investigation depending on how bad the damage is from the impact. There

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is unlikely to be every quarter on this aircraft. So you then depend on

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other forms of evidence, that will be a painstaking exam nation of

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forensics which may take some time. A growing number of patients

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in Oxfordshire are having mental health consultations remotely

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using video conferencing. Oxford Health Trust has been named

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as one of the most advanced It's been awarded ?5 million to help

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other trusts improve their use This project has allowed us to give

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really quick assessments to patients Most importantly, it has allowed us

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to offer patients who are at home the opportunity to have follow-up

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sessions at home. We all know how difficult

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it is to travel in for appointments, particularly if those appointments

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are only offered A research centre which aims

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to translate the latest lab science into innovative treatments

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to improve mental health and dementia has launched

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at the Warneford Hospital in Oxford. The centre will be one

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of only two across England, Tackling mental health

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in Oxfordshire. Today, a plaque was unveiled

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kickstarting almost ?13 million It's people like Nicola

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who will benefit. She was diagnosed bipolar 11 years

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ago, and said it had If I'd had a shower I couldn't

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remember I'd had a shower. I was in hospital for 12 months

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where I was initially diagnosed. I couldn't go out,

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I couldn't enjoy friends. I was almost, it was

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like being a zombie. The centre will be using machines

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like this to identify the signs of dementia

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early, and keep the brain Only in London will they be

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doing anything similar. Health bosses say they're

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delighted their bid was successful. It is very competitive and reflects

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a fantastic team effort from across We think it will immediately benefit

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everyone in Oxfordshire because it Everyone will benefit from increased

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research activity immediately even before we provide

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these new treatments. Through investment like this,

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?12 million over the next few years, we know we will start to make

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a real difference. And I am really proud to be

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here opening this research centre, recognising the world-leading

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excellence we do have here right Nicola hopes the research carried

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out in Oxford will lead to advances in mental health and make life

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easier for people like her. Workers at BMW have voted

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overwhelmingly to go on strike The firm builds more than 200,000

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Minis a year at its Oxford plant where employees have already staged

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a series of protests. BMW wants to close its two final

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salary pension schemes. It says it's always prided itself

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in providing excellent pensions for its staff and wants to act now

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to protect future pension provision. Just a year since their last Wembley

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final, Oxford United fans are preparing for another trip

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to the national stadium. On Sunday, they play

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Coventry in the final A crowd of more than 75,000

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is expected but some fans For Oxford United's

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opponents, Coventry, Sunday will be a first visit

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to Wembley in 30 years. But Oxford fans know

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the way to Wembley Way, it is only 12 months

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since were there last season. I am looking forward to it,

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of course I am, see if we can't do Hopefully we will put in a better

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performance than last year. The competition is traditionally

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contested by clubs from Around 30,000 Oxford fans

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are heading to the national stadium this weekend,

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but some of their most ardent followers are staying at home,

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continuing their boycott of the competition after

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the Football League trialled the introduction of under-23 teams

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from Premiership and If everyone that wasn't boycotting

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went, there could be 75,000. By putting in the Premier League B

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teams, even though it didn't turn out to be many of the big clubs that

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did actually put teams in, Last year, United, highly

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excited to be at Wembley, This time around, with a calmer

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air around the club, They have come into a bit of form,

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they have won the last two games. They will be back

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superbly, as we are. We will go in there to hopefully,

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hopefully do enough Oxford United have enjoyed the sweet

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smell of success in recent years as the team has blossomed under

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Michael Appleton. He wants them in full

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bloom on Sunday. Chiltern Railways, who operate

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trains to Wembley Stadium from Oxfordshire, say

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they are laying on extra trains with increased capacity

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to cope with demand. Fans are advised to use Oxford

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Parkway station where possible. BBC Radio Oxford will have

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the latest travel news and the build-up to the game

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from 7am, with live coverage She was a farm worker

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during the Second World War, whose life became an

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enduring tale of love. And now, the story of

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Elizabeth Henderson has been turned into a stage play,

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created by man who has written 600 episodes

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of BBC Radio 4's The Archers. Now 92, Elizabeth Henderson

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still lives on the Cotswold farm where she fell in love with farming,

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and her husband-to-be. That her life

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has become a stage play is, It is an excuse

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to have a party, yes. Oh, yes, on the whole

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it is a plus rather than a minus. Only it's me that gets checked

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up on, not the boys. No Finer Life played

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to a packed house on Exmoor It is set towards the end

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of the Second World War when an 18-year-old Somerset girl

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wrote to a rather famous Oxfordshire He was an author,

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and quite a famous one. Simply everyone

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was reading his book. You see, George Henderson wasn't

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just a farmer, he was an author and his book on how to work

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the land became iconic. It was after reading that book that

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Exmoor farmer and one-time producer of Radio 4's The Archers

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decided to take Elizabeth's It is a brilliant story

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because all she wanted to do was be a farmer and that's why

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she joined the land army. And it was that period

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at the end of the war, and a year or two after the war

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when there was a great sense of idealism, to make Britain better,

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the countryside was going Oxford University's men's rowing

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team will be looking to make up for last year's crushing defeat

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in the annual university Last March, Cambridge

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put a halt to Oxford's three-year winning streak

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with a two-and-a-half length win. The first race was

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in 1829 in Henley. Visitors to the Cotswold Wildlife

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Park can now catch a glimpse of a rare baby lemur

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which is the first of its kind Although born last December,

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Yousstwo is now out and about in Crowned Sifakas are native

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to Madagascar but classified as endangered, so it's hoped

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Yousstwo will go on to become an important part of the species

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breeding programme. Stay with us because, coming up,

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Sam Fraser has the weekend weather, We will look ahead to the south

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coast clash in the Premier League as Bournemouth travel to Southampton.

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Pride and a top half is at stake. Homes in west Berkshire

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were evacuated yesterday after a lorry began leaking

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highly explosive gas. A tanker carrying liquid petroleum

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gas developed a fault Firefighters and police cleared

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the area and residents were sent They were allowed back home

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later in the evening. I was walking down the road. I saw a

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tanker. It was squirting gas from it. Police and fire engines were

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surrounding it. We walked down to the shop and the police told us it

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was a gas leak so we got evacuated. Now, two artists are painting

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the problems of the Middle East in a new light by encouraging others

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to pick up a brush and Murad Subay from the Yemen

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and Lisa Marie Gibbs from Berkshire live 4,500 miles apart but they've

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been linking their local communities The aim - to forge friendships

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and promote peace. Two award-winning artists,

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two very different communities, I have a lovely friend

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who introduced me to the work of We wanted to link up on a project

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and we decided that this might be a beautiful project in these really

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difficult times in Yemen, to kind of work together,

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show solidarity and peace Yemen has been in the grip

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of civil war since 2015. So far, it's estimated

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that over 7,000 men, women and children have been killed

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as a result. At a time of war with borders

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that separate people Even if it is for a short time it's

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an outlet for people who need it in such hardship and it also a way

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for them to seek peace. And at the same time, thousands

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of miles away, men and women in Sana and boys and girls

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in Reading's Dee Park did just that. It was a day that made my heart

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skipped a beat as an artist. You never know what's

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going to happen, if the day was going to work and it was just

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a beautiful day of solidarity and, yeah, one of wonder,

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it was wonderful. They may be thousands of miles

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apart, but Lisa-Marie and Murad are not letting that get

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in their way. They are hoping to work on another

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project linking Yemen and Reading in their bid to build

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bridges through art. Onto sport now and Tony's

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here to look ahead to a big game in the Premier League tomorrow

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as Southampton host Bournemouth. A game the complexion of which has

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changed a little since it was moved Bournemouth's resurgence has

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moved them to the brink Seven points from nine, including

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a draw at Manchester United, earned Eddie Howe the Manager

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of the Month award for March. Tomorrow, the Cherries, in 11th,

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visit a Southampton side gearing up for a strong finish and just a place

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above them in the table. When they met in December, the sides

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were neck and neck in the Premier League table. It is the same again

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tomorrow. We are taking every game individually, so starting with

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Southampton, a special game for the football club. We are really looking

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forward to it. For Claude Puel well, victory was a lift. He was rotating

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his side at the side due to a fixture pile-up but now little such

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talk. He is without Gabbiadini so the squirrel two goals and December

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could start. He cannot see a lot of rotation. I think it is important to

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keep structure of the team but I do not know. Perhaps two or three

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players can change on the game. It is billed as a Derby but still an

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emerging rivalry in Premier League terms and there is respect on both

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sides. He has done a good job. It is very difficult to continually lose

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your best players and still be competitive in the Premier League. A

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real credit to the club. I respect this team because I find qualities

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with technical players, quality of the management or so. I think it is

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a good game. Back-to-back wins in the Premier League is difficult to

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achieve the economic massive difference to your season. I would

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like to think we are looking up now rather than behind us. If we can

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build on those wins, it would be great. A win would probably mean

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different things for these two. For Bournemouth, safety, the

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Southampton, the chance at a top eight finish and today's Premier

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League, neither club can be too disappointed with those aims.

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Reading could take a giant stride towards securing

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They host Leeds at the Madejski Stadium.

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It's a game which pits fifth against fourth.

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A win for the Royals would lift them above their opponents

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and build on a fine win away at Sheffield Wednesday

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We have two enjoy it because we have worked hard to be where we are and

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we are in such a break position so now we have to make the most of it

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and make sure we stay in this position. It is the best way to go

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up if you want to go up. While Reading's focus

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is realistically on the play-offs, that's a fate Brighton hope to avoid

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at all costs. Automatic promotion is the only aim

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for the Albion, who host Blackburn Chris Hughton has a clutch

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of players returning from injury. Brighton are just a point

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behind leaders Newcastle. Blackburn are in the division's

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bottom three, fighting to stay in the Championship under

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a new manager in Tony Mowbray. Teams that come to the AMEX coming

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good form. Sometimes you can get a change of manager and things do not

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change too much, sometimes they do, and the form has been very good, and

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it will be a tough game. With Oxford involved

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in Sunday's Checkatrade Trophy final, only Swindon and MK Dons

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are in League 1 action. Swindon go to Fleetwood,

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MK host Gillingham, Portsmouth can move a step closer to promotion

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when they travel to Hartlepool, Pompey have won two

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of their last three away games. You can follow it all across TV

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radio and online tomorrow, including live commentary

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on BBC local radio. Poole rider Sam Sunderland will be

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part of a strong field in the Abu Dhabi Desert Challenge -

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the latest stage of the World Cup The 27-year-old will be tackling

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the terrain of the western desert in Abu Dhabi and he's been blown

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away by the response since his Dakar It has been really cool. All the

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people I grew up racing within the UK, all the messages and everything,

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it is really nice. It is back to work now. The pressure is now here.

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Time to go back and fight again. He has got good fan base good to him.

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Now, choosing when to retire from work can be a difficult

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decision, particularly if you have a job you love,

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which is why 93-year-old hairdresser Kathleen Privett from Portsmouth has

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Yes, after an incredible 72 years in the family salon, Kathleen's

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Briony Leyland shared a special last day with her.

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Hairdressing has been a life's work for 93-year-old Kathleen Privett.

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She has grown up and grown old in the salon opened

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by her father in the 1940s in the Drayton area of Portsmouth.

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He encouraged the young Kathleen's emerging enthusiasm

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and she would try out her skills on anyone who would let her.

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My aunt, when she came down, I asked if she wanted to help. I felt quite

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chuffed. Kathleen looks back fondly

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on the experimentation One customer took great pains

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to preserve her "bubble" cut. She said she would lay on her face

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because she did not want to disturb it. I thought, how silly!

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Widowed at the age of just 28 with three small children,

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earning a living was important but working in the salon has always

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It is part of your life. It is not just an ordinary business, it is

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much more personal contact them back.

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Kathleen's daughter Barbara followed her mum

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into the business and her daughter in law Pat too.

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suffering from osteoporosis they've decided together that's it's time

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to close the salon and enjoy retirement.

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I feel sorry for the ladies because they are like family is all good

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things must come to an end. Some days you could order than others. I

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am really sad. After coming in all this time. You get to know the

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girls, they are really lovely. Kathleen is really special.

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An apprentice once suggested to Kathleen that she'd

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missed out on adventures by spending all her life in Drayton.

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Kathleen sees things differently - for more than 70 years she has

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been at the heart of life here and wouldn't swap

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Yesterday was fab. I even got some sunburn yesterday.

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This was Lepe Lighthouse first thing.

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And this was the scene under cloudy skies at Barton on Sea.

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March ended on a try and find note in the end. For April, April

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showers, something more traditional on the way. Tonight, cloudy with

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showers. This evening starts dry, you can see this band of rain out to

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the West. That will make its way in to the early hours. A damp place for

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some places and under cloudy skies temperatures drop away to 89

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Celsius. For Saturday morning, a damp start. Those showers becoming

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more widespread. Very little in the way of wind tomorrow. If you get

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caught under one, you will know about it. Bright spells too.

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Temperatures will reach 14 Celsius. As we go through Saturday afternoon

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into the evening, those showers clear away to the north-east and

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overnight, try and find. Clear spells, a touch of mist developing

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here and there, overnight lows of seven Celsius. Looking ahead to

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Sunday, an area of high pressure builds so Sunday, much more settled.

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Dry, fine, sunny spells, temperatures up to 14 Celsius, and

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that high pressure set to stay with us as we head into the start of the

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new week. To recap of the weekend, Saturday, showers. They could be

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accompanied by a rumble of thunder and hail that we should see bright

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spells as well. Looking ahead to Sunday, that will be the better day

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of the weekend. It will be dry and fine, high pressure dominating, so

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we will see a sunny spells. To make the most of it. Looking ahead to the

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start of the new week, that high pressure stays with us so Monday is

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a dry day. Bright spells, a little bit of cloud, overnight rain into

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Tuesday means a great start for Tuesday but again high pressure

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mix-up, returns with bright spells. Tony, enjoy your trip to Brighton

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tomorrow. Thank you for your company this evening. We are back again with

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the headlines at 8pm. Whatever you are up to this weekend, have a great

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one. Goodbye.

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