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In tonight's programme: The mystery of the body in the woods.

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Why a coroner can't conclude how a woman found on fire

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Also: ten years since the world saw how they paid respects,

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people in Royal Wootton Basset reflect on those repatriation days.

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The Power Taylor here the story have a full-size caravan made from Lego

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bricks. The family of a woman whose badly

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burnt body was found in woodland may Gillian Knock died from smoke

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inhalation near the Stately Home of Hughenden manor in

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Buckinghamshire last November. But the case is far

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from straightforward. At the inquest, a coroner

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said he was unable to establish if she planned

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to set herself alight. This photo was taken last

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November, a few days While she appears to be

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happy, today's inquest in Beaconsfield heard

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she was going through A statement from her partner

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Andy Martin revealed she'd left a note at home saying she couldn't

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cope and needed some space. Later on that day, a dog-walker

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spotted a fire in land Fire crews were called, they

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discovered the 64-year-old's body. A postmortem showed there was soot

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in Gillian Knock's airways, which means she was breathing

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when the fire started. They also found white

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spirit on her clothing, Ms Knock's family and friends said

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the hearing gave some answers The inquest couldn't

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explain how one of her legs Also potential witnesses

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who were seen in the woods that evening have yet to come

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forward to police. Police said there were no broken

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branches or signs of a person being dragged to suggest Ms Knock

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had been taken In his narrative conclusion,

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the coroner said the evidence didn't suggest a third party was involved

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in Gillian Knock's death. But Crispin Butler said

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he couldn't be sure if it was the result of a suicidal act

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or an accidental one. A group of squatters in Oxford

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are facing eviction from a third The Open House movement has now

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set up home in a vacant They've previously occupied

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a former car showroom in Iffley and a disused power

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station in Osney. Today they've been served

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with another court order, forcing It's been a winter of moving

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from place to place, but this group of homeless people

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in Oxford say at least they haven't Iffley Open House started

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up when 23 squatters They then moved to a disused

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power station in Osney. Both times they faced court action

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to get them to leave. Now they're facing eviction

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for a third time, from this building in South Parade in Oxford,

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which used to be a restaurant. But campaigners say empty properties

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should be put to use. It seems a shame to leave

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the building empty when there is an Until we can build on the green

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belt, we can extend, until we wait for some of the laws to be

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changed or get everybody together to realise that more houses need to be

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built, then this is going The group claims that

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Iffley Open House has been a success story -

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seven homeless people in the group now have jobs,

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two have been rehoused. A lot of these people,

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when they end up on the street, What you need to do is build them up

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and give them a sense of purpose, But should people be

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squatting in empty homes? It's unfair to the owner,

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if they wreck the place. Why shouldn't somebody stay

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in the building when But on the other

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hand, if you owned a building and you were unable to use

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that building because people were squatting in it, then

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I think that's wrong. If the building is not

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being used, then yes. Because it technically can

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save somebody's life. The group has now two days to leave

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this building or risk being arrested We tried to contact the owner here,

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but haven't yet received a response. A driver remains in hospital

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after a serious crash Two lorries collided just after four

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o'clock this morning. A second driver was released

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from hospital this afternoon. The road was shut for

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most of the day whilst Five days of strike action has been

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announced at the BMW plants The industrial action is over

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plans to close the final The union UNITE says manufacturing

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will be "significantly disrupted" BMW says it has a number of options

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on the table to help employees with any changes,

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and is open to further talks. An Oxford firm which is developing

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technology for driverless cars has given the public the chance to test

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the new pods for the first time. Oxbotica has taken a prototype

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shuttle to a route near to Five cameras and three

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lasers help guide the pod 100 people will be able to try it

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out over the next three weeks, and the system could be up

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and running within two years. He got to understand how they're

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going to be integrated into a smart city environment. But they be able

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to help reduce congestion? But they held improve our air quality? Will

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allow us to make better use of space? Whether we can see this

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technology in areas of Greenwich identified as like this, where maybe

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we don't want petrol or diesel cars to run.

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A decade after the bodies of servicemen and women killed

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overseas were first taken through their town, the people

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of Royal Wooton Bassett have been reflecting on that period

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and the way they chose to pay their respects.

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They lined the streets as the bodies were taken from RAF Lyneham

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to the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford.

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Since 2011, repatriations have been moved to Brize Norton.

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A moment of silence, remembrance, respect.

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Captured by many cameras and broadcast around the world.

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That silence and the first hearses coming up, that never leaves

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you and you finish shooting with a sense of numbness

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The town carried out 167 services, but they started spontaneously.

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The coffins began passing through regularly in 2007,

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after nearby RAF Lyneham became the airbase the fallen

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from Afghanistan and Iraq were flown into.

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During those repatriations, hundreds if not thousands of people would be

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Today it's very much business as usual.

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The Town Council's decided not to put on any specific events

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What makes me proud is that our little town here managed

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to put respect back into our Armed Forces and respect

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Lee Mackie from Oxfordshire lost her son Jason when he was

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killed in an explosion in Afghanistan in 2009.

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Although she was too upset to go to his repatriation,

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I became very aware that the community there

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was like a comfort blanket to these traumatised families.

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They gave them the opportunity to recognise the fact

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that our nation appreciated the sacrifice they had made.

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Repatriations stopped in Royal Wootton Basset in 2011.

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They now take place at RAF Brize Norton.

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In those four years, 345 fallen servicemen and women

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were returned to their families through this town,

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It's the fourth most common cancer in the UK,

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with more than 40,000 people being diagnosed every year.

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Now there are calls to lower the age for

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Currently over 60s are tested, but campaigners say testing people

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from 50 could save thousands of lives and save the NHS

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David Lumb has been to meet a woman in Banbury who's taken the test.

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Joy Dansette says each day of living is an absolute treasure to her.

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Three years ago she was sent a cancer screening test

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When she did, she couldn't believe the results.

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I was told they had found a tumour in my bowel so big that if I didn't

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have an operation within a week or so I'd be dead.

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I had no symptoms apart from extreme tiredness.

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Now a charity's launched a campaign to reduce the age that people get

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Currently it's 60 in England, Wales and Northern Ireland,

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I think the cost of treating advanced bowel cancer,

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of which we have seen far too many at the moment, is three or four

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times the cost of catching a bowel cancer early,

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and therefore the cost benefit of implementing a screening

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package at an earlier age has got to be beneficial in the long-term.

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Public Health England says it's in the process of rolling out

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a different screening programme where people are invited

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to a hospital for what's called a bowel scope test.

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Whether the campaign is successful or not,

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Joy hopes her story will make people think twice before ignoring the home

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A Berkshire woman is calling for cinema chains to do more

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Linda Dean from Reading says that many cinemas only show a few

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She also has to wait weeks for new releases to be screened

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and sometimes finds that films that were advertised as having

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11 million people in the UK have some form of hearing loss, that's

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I'd like to be relaxed about my social life, and go spontaneously

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where I want to go, when I feel comfortable without having to think

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that I have to watch it on that day and that time. There are lots of

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barriers, there's no point in me having a choice. I do feel like I am

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discriminated against. An awarding-winning Oxford author

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has been inspiring students Kiran Millwood Hargrave won

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the Waterstone's Children's Book Prize last month for her debut

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novel, The Girl of Ink and Stars. The governor kicked his spurs

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into his horse's side and I heard the unmistakable crack of his whip

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on the flank of his stallion. Those pale objects

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will not seeds at all. Extracts from The Girl

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of Ink and Stars. But award-winning novelist

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Kiran Millwood Hargrave's didn't Living in Oxford has just made me

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so much more ambitious. You walk around

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and you see all these places that are so important

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to culture and literature, and it is really the perfect place to have

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ended up, because we did end up It's just a beautiful place to walk

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around and get inspiration from. 11 and 12-year-olds

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at Wheatly Park School took part Studies even showed

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that people who read regularly just do better

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in life across the board. Not only are they more

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emotionally healthy, they also tend to have higher paying jobs,

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have better outcomes across life. If reading really is

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the magic bullet it seems to be, then of course

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we are going to do everything we can, and school is I think

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a really important part of that. A good story is like

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an adventure where they have Scary but funny

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stories, like comedy. I can't go to sleep

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after reading one of them. I just have to keep on reading it

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until I fall asleep. Kiran's got a busier year planned,

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her second novel is out now, And she's getting married

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in Oxford later this month. The shops may be full

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of Easter eggs, but we can It floats, and it's moored

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on the Grand Union Canal. Its a work of art

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called the Exbury Egg, It's on display there as part

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of the celebrations to mark the 50th I'll have the headlines at eight

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and a full bulletin at 10.30pm. Now more of today's

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stories with Sally Taylor. I'm at the National motor Museum for

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the wonderful world record breaker. Join me for that later and your fall

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forecast to. -- fool forecast. Members of the RMT union have said

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that their strike will go ahead on Saturday after "no specific

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proposals" were put forward It'll be the 32nd day of action

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over the introduction of driver-only operated trains

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and changes to the role Earlier this week members of Aslef,

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the drivers' union, rejected for a second time a proposed deal

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to end their dispute With just six games to go

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in the season, Brighton once again sit top of the Championship table,

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until Newcastle play Perhaps more crucially, with the top

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two going up automatically, the Seagulls are ten points clear

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of third, a position now occupied by Reading, who cemented their own

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play-off credentials. If the question was can

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they cope with the pressure, Glenn Murray had the answer just

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two minutes in. With pre-match nerves dismissed,

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a routine win was on the cards. Tomer Hemed doubled the lead

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soon after the break, Uwe Hunemeier's deflected shot made

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sure, a record breaking 25th Che Adam's scored a consolation

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late on for Birmingham, but Brighton's charge shows no

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sign of stopping. The fight we got the illegal,

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normally one that motivates others, and we took our moments

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Yann Kermogant was central to Bournemouth's promotion

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Two headed goals here over Blackburn Rovers helped make

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it three wins in a row for Jaap Stam's side.

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true Who are hitting form just at the right time.

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Goal of the game was Elliott Bennett's sweet volley

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But Garath McCleary's shot soon dampened that.

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MK Dons also beat Charlton 2-0 in League One.

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Onto tonight's action, and in the Premier League

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Southampton host Crystal Palace, but will once again be without

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injured striker Manolo Gabbiadini, and Sofiane Boufal is also a doubt

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While Bournemouth face a tough trip to Anfield,

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from where Kris Temple sent us this match preview.

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that gathers still only seven points so they are no means safe, and they

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come to a Liverpool side still with second at least. Of course, that

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humdinger of a game down at the vitality stadium earlier in the

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stadium -- season. The cherries are fresh from me when, and the draw

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with Manchester United. They have proved in recent weeks they have

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what it takes to compete away at the big sides as well. Something at

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Anfield tonight would be a huge boost from them ahead of their visit

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to Chelsea on Saturday. Thanks, Kris, BBC Radio Solent

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the place to go for full match commentary of both Southampton

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and Bournemouth games this evening. In League One, Oxford will look

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to stay in the play-off race Striker Conor McAleny is back

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in the squad after missing Sunday's The County Championship cricket

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season gets underway on Friday. As part of our season previews,

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it's time to head to Sussex, where they have their eyes

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on improving on last seasons 4th With new chief executive

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Rob Andrew at the helm, there's a steely

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determination about Sussex. We can compete on all fronts. We

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want promotion this year. We want to get the quarterfinal.

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Experience was the ingredient required of summer signings.

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They arrived in the form of South African's Vernon Philander,

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Stiaan Van Zyl and David Wiese While Laurie Evans from Warwickshire

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It was important to us to add some senior players but also some

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batters, and someone who can ball. The pre-season has gone well and I

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think we just want to get going, really.

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Club Stalwart Michael Yardy has taken over as batting coach.

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While someone just starting to make a name for himself is young

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Having toured well with England U19s this winter,

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I just want to play as much cricket I can for Sussex. I want to get on

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the park and hopefully we can get some silverware.

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Throw in pace bowlers Tymal Mills and Chris Jordan who return

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Sussex have built an exciting squad capable

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Now, here's a sneaky way of getting children

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to improve their maths and English skills.

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A tournament's being held in West Sussex this evening

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where youngsters compete in a version of the sport

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that's geared-up to help with their academic results.

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For this afternoon only, this is the version of the Crucible. This is the

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first snooker tournament they have had year. 50 children and for local

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schools taking part. The trophies are here, ready to go. A quarter and

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the semifinals are going on. Here's a flavour of today's action.

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I just love playing people and the game and just the concentration,

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because some people think it's boring but actually think it's great

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fun because it gives you something to do every now and again.

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Habitually fun. It's something different. It is something we're not

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used to seeing in skills. We see Ed on television and four children the

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stage, they think, I would like to go go at.

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My first night is on table one. They are raiding the rating to go. Yes.

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Are you feeling confident? Yes. I am feeling good about it. I feel like I

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can get to the semifinals. It all looks great fun, doesn't it? But

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there is a next -- and educational side to it as well. Stephen runs the

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after school snooker club. Tell others about functional snooker.

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That is based on helping the children with their education and it

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helps them with their mathematics and the literature, dear social

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skills. For example, we have numbered balls here, we have some

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traction, addition and we have teams and all the Red Bulls are numbered

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one to ten. And it just helps them. You have had some great results with

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children who aren't so great with their numeracy, haven't you? We have

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had amazing results, especially with people who don't learn very well

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traditionally or people with disabilities moral learning

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disabilities and they really take to it, especially, as I say, the

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different way of learning commented that structured classroom

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environment. Just briefly, it is very popular in Asia, but not so

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much year after its 1980s heyday. Are you trying to spot future

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talents as well? We certainly are. I'm sure we've seen some future

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world champion to you. We're working very hard to draw the game. We have

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this programme and the functional snooker programme and we are working

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on snooker skills. I have to stop you there. Although this is the

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first tournament, there are already plans to make it an annual event.

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Now, not all road users are fans of the humble caravan but a very

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special one has just gone on show at the National Motor

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Yes, what makes this full size caravan unusual is that it's

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made out of Lego bricks, lots of them.

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It also has working lights, and running water.

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The world-record breaking construction took 12 model-makers

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from Hampshire over 1,000 hours to build, and they've incorporated

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Sarah Farmer's been to take a look and she's there for us now.

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Hello. Have a look at this for a world record breaker. 215,000, 158

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books have gone into this build of a life-sized replica caravan. It has

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all the comforts as well. A cup of tea, toast, freshly cut flowers,

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Leeds, running water and the works. Dan Connolly is from the team behind

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this project. Tellers a little bit about why you decided to do this.

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Apart from everybody loves Lego, the idea was to support freedom of

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leisure vehicles and the old days you can go on. The concept of

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caravanning has evolved over the years. The idea behind it was to

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challenge ourselves. We had 12 difficult -- dedicated experts, over

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a thousand man-hours to build this replica. The detail is absolutely

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fascinating. Thank you for joining us. Well, it is here at the National

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motor Museum through the holidays and the summer holidays and it is

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like the summer stay here in the South.

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Ken Rayner captured this beautiful image at Chisbury

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near Hungerford And it was a lovely sunny day at Sturminster Newton,

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-- And it was a lovely sunny day at Sturminster Newton,

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thanks to Colin Lennox-Gordon for this picture.

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Let's re-join Sarah farmer at Beaulieu for the midweek forecast.

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And, Sarah, it's been a perfect Spring Day today.

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We had beautiful blue skies and we'll get going with a look at the

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satellite picture. Not too much cloud but generally, all of us

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seeing some pretty sunny spells. I must say we have a few more of those

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to come in the next few days. Through the course of this evening,

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we will start to see the cloud building and thickening in the

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overnight PDA, so gradually the -- covered in our region. Temperatures

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to seven Celsius. The temperatures can drop the a touch but steering

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clear of the menace when we saw last night. Until tomorrow morning, we

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get off to a bright start to the day. We will see temperatures of

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around eight Celsius as people are getting up, but it looks like we'll

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have some sunny spells. More cloud in the picture than have had through

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the course of today. Tomorrow afternoon, temperatures up to 12

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Celsius but we could see those temperatures nudging up to the

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Celsius. Can make you want again tonight, but

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there will be cloud. Temperatures reflect that, with the cloud, seven

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or eight Celsius, and they will fall lower if we had the brakes on the

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cloud. Looking ahead to the remainder of this week, dizzy

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promising few days ahead, so for Friday, yes, it will be cloudy at

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pains but who will start to see some blue skies and a sunny spells

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through much of the day. We start to get a change in that wind direction.

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It looks as if we will have some warm conditions to take is into the

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weekend, possibly topping 20 Celsius. That in mind, I will see a

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black and blue Rover sport. We'll hear the final legal ruling

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on the case of the Isle of Wight dad who was prosecuted

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for taking his daughter out We'll have the man himself,

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here on the red sofa CHILD: This is

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a major scientific breakthrough. Hello. It's All Round to

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Mrs Brown's, where my guests will be Steve Backshall, and music

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from the beautiful Pixie Lott.

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