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strengthen the country's air defence systems. That is all from us.

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In tonight's programme: Described as shockingly inadequate.

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The report that says children being sexual abused

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were failed in Buckinghsamshire over two decades.

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Also: is there a compensation culture?

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Find out how much has been paid out to pupils injured in schools.

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And later on: three hundred years between them -

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Joan celebrates reaching a century, with her big and little sisters

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A Serious Case Review into nearly 20 years of child sexual

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exploitation in Buckinghamshire has described some services in the past

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as 'shockingly inadequate', and ill-equipped to deal

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Problems around the issuing of licenses to taxi drivers who've

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committed sex offences was also identified as an ongoing challenge.

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Our Home Affairs Correspondent Peter Cooke has been

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This report will make sobering reading for those tasked

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with protecting the most vulnerable in our society.

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Since 1998, there've been ten police investigations into child sexual

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exploitation in Buckinghamshire involving up to 100 children.

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Past problems included a lack of multi-agency co-ordination

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and children being blamed for putting themselves at risk.

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We felt that there was a point then where we could start looking

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honestly at some of the things that had happened over the previous

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record or more, and then to draw lessons from that so that we didn't

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continue to repeat some of those mistakes that we had collectively

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The reviews suggests introducing a national database of licensed taxi

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drivers to identify those with a criminal past.

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It found "taxi drivers picked young people up from schools

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"and children's homes and some were directly involved

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But the woman who commissioned the report says things are improving.

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Issues around the engagement previously of the

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district councils and their role as licensing authorities of

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taxis and hotels and so forth, I'm delighted to say that we have

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excellent engagement from the district

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councils in the work of the board,

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they have a really strong focus on safeguarding.

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The county's most high profile case of recent years resulted in six men

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being jailed for between three and 19 years for abusing two girls

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When she was 12 or 13, one of the girls - known as A -

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was passed between 60 Asian men for sex and was conditioned to think

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Terrible that girls feel that this is what

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they have to do to be part of, you know, the older people.

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No girls should ever have to feel that they

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need to use their body or what they've got

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So try to tell young people that, you know,

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you don't need to sexualise yourself to go out

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It's going to be hard but I reckon that's the biggest thing that

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The author of the report also spoke to other survivors.

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As recently as 2014, an Ofsted report found

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"widespread and serious" failings by the county's

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However there has been a marked improvement since then,

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and there are now specialist units from different agencies working

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But this form of abuse in Buckinghamshire,

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like elsewhere in the UK, is happening daily.

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The public now more important than ever in helping

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Moving forward, it's about building connections with

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communities across Buckinghamshire to encourage more people to come

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Without that trust many potential victims could fall

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under the radar and find themselves at risk of exploitation.

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in compensation to pupils injured in schools in Oxfordshire

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in just three years according to a BBC investigation.

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Payouts across the country include an award of ?20,000,

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after a child was hit by a cricket ball, and

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?2,500 for a pupil who bumped into a goal post while blindfolded.

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Well, Geraldine, having looked at the information

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returned to the BBC by Oxfordshire County Council I can

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tell you that there were a total of 14 payouts made to pupils

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between 2014 and 2016 - totalling ?131,270 pounds -

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in England as a whole, there were payouts of 7 million pounds.

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Of the 14 payouts in Oxfordshire two for compensation

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for damage to property, the other twelve were

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for personal injury - two payouts were for ?25,000.

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We didn't get a detailed account of what those injuries were,

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but in other areas of the country ?35,000 was paid out after a number

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of children injured when a heating duct fell from the ceiling

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?20,000 paid after a child was struck on the head by a cricket

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ball and ?11,500 after a pupil in Norfolk fell off a table.

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(Has there been any reaction to this from local schools?)

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Has there been any reaction to this from local schools?

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I visited Windmill Primary School this morning.

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Their headteacher Lynn Knapp told me that she was surprised

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the figure was so high, but not surprised by

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She believes we live in a culture now where we are inundated

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with phone calls asking if you have been in an accident,

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even if you haven't if there is an accident it always has

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to be someone's fault, when perhaps that's

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She also told me about one instance, two years ago where a claim, which

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was unsuccessful, was made against her school.

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We held a picnic for the children, who'd gone up to the local park,

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the child fell off one of the bits of apparatus in the park itself,

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onto a safety surface, and the child hurt themselves,

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and six years later they filed a claim against the school for lack

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of looking after the child properly in that park in that event.

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There are some teachers who are scared of it

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because actually the minute you put itself on the line and say I'm

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going to have a go at doing something you put yourself

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BBC Radio Oxford were discussing this topic this morning.

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Well, I've been looking through comments that have come

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to the BBC on social media, and I was unable to find anyone

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speaking out in support of the claims.

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Michael says "This blame culture is stopping children

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Shaun posted "All this does is take money out of school funds and then

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it's the same people moaning the schools want to raise

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money or want funds for trips and equipment."

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Cristina said "When will people stop taking advantage!

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I broke my arm at school, my mother didn't sue!

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And Roshan, in reference to yesterday's

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"So they now charge parents for taking children on holidays,

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"probably income used to pay these compensations.

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In a statement the Department for Education said that the situation

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was mastered by Ofsted responsible for education peaceful setting.

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Squatters in Oxford - who've been evicted from a third

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property in the city - have moved into another

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The group got into former offices near the Cowley Road in the early

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hours of this morning and spent today transferring their belongings

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They say they got in through an open window.

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The Iffley Open House project has been taking over empty

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They've occupied a disused car showroom, an old power station

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We've proven that when we give people shelter they can then find

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work, they can get their lives back in order and as I said some of those

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people, it takes months, and what we needed was to be able

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to provide shelter to enable people from Iffley Road to finish

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Almost ?240,000 has been awarded for a scheme to help blue

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badge holders find empty parking spaces in Oxfordshire.

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The county council's been clamping down on people misusing the badges.

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Twenty-eight were seized in one sting operation last year.

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The new scheme will help genuine badge holders in Oxford and Witney -

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More than ?4.5million has been granted to try

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and save some of the UK's rarest species of insects and animals -

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Conservationists are trying to boost numbers

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In the Cotswolds, the focus will be on butterflies,

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Welcome to the Cotswolds, a jewel in England's green crown.

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Hidden within these rolling hills is a gem critical

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This is one of the very special plants we're trying

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to encourage on this site, which is Cowslip, which is the host

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plant, the caterpillar food plant for a really special butterfly

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20 years ago, this butterfly was often seen in this area.

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But changes in farming and landscapes have

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The Duke of Burgundy isn't here at the moment

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It's not too far away so by enhancing the grassland

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here by increasing the amount of cowslips and food plants

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here eventually we hope that the butterfly will naturally

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It's one of three species Butterfly Conservation is looking

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The project also aims to encourage more volunteers like this to oversee

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Once you start to notice butterflies you realise how beautiful they are,

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and you know, big and small, lots of ones you'd

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never notice in the countryside, so once you start getting out

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and getting involved it just gets more and more interesting and really

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There are very few places like this compares to what it used to be

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So many places that were like this have gone and the ones that

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They said if you come back in May you might find the Duke

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of Burgundy which we thought sounded quite exciting!

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The project's essential for creating a thriving countryside.

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They hope to see the results within four years.

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A six year study into puffins by experts at Oxford University has

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You might not think a medieval thimble and a pair of stockings

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from the 1920s have anything in common - but they're among

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a collection of artefacts from Oxfordshire's past which have

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helped to inspire a unique exhibition.

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Pupils from Didcot Girls School used photography and dance to bring

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These pupils have taken ancient artefacts and given them a new lease

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of life by telling the stories of Didcot's past through

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I liked learning how to take photos cos I liked learning the different

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angles and shots that you can take and experiment with.

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I enjoyed dancing because it was like fun to experience and to

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The idea is to connect people with their local heritage so I work

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in a building where there are loads, hundreds and thousands of artefacts

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from across Oxfordshire and we're getting these back out

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All the object that I chose are basically ancient

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Materials in clothes are still as relevant today

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as they were a thousand years ago, and a thimble is just

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Although they look like smelly old stockings from not very long ago

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these are quite racy at the time, and in the '20s, '30s and '40s

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there was quite a lot of liberation of women's rights,

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so the stockings are pretty much like the shortest miniskirt today,

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They maybe more familiar with selfie sticks and smart phones,

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but these girls were quick to pick up photography techniques with only

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a day's training: People are just so used to having everything

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instantly, to just quickly take a picture, quickly take a selfie,

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but this allowed the young people to slow down and really consider

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Funded by the Arts Council, Unearthing Didcot's Creativity

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is showcased at the town's Cornerstone Arts Centre

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It's one of the biggest days in the horse racing

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calendar tomorrow - the Grand National.

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It's 40 years since Red Rum won it for the third time.

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Former jockey Philip Blacker, from Faringdon, remembers that

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He was in it - hoping his horse Happy Ranger would be

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He later became a professional sculptor - and made the statue

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This year, to commemorate the anniversary he's made 400

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Well, as I recall, Red Rum was not expected to win because he'd been

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second twice and the previous, the holder of the previous season he'd

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I think he was considered over the hill, really.

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I think a lot of people thought he should be retired.

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Ginger McCain, he disagreed, and he was proved right.

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I remember him from my riding days and unfortunately I viewed

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him from the rear for most of the time, because he was

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So I didn't get to know him terribly well in those

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days but I got to know him when I retired and he'd retired, when I'd

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retired from the saddle but become a professional

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sculptor, and I got to

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I was lucky enough to have him stay at my place for a few days and it

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Because it's the 40th anniversary, and I felt

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that there are so many fans still of Red Rum because he was the

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peoples' horse, I wanted to make a piece that was more

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accessible to more people, and that's what I've done and I've

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Favourite for tomorrow is another horse with Red

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The horse with my favourite name is Cocktails at Dawn.

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A horse - and also a sign of a very good weekend.

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aboard a boat crossing the Solent broke out in a cigarette bin.

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I will have the weather forecast shortly.

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Lloyds banking group is to set aside ?100 million

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to compensate customers who were victims of a large fraud

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Six people, including two former HBOS employees,

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were jailed earlier this year for their part in the scheme,

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The Financial Conduct Authority is resuming its investigation

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into the fraud, which was put on hold because of

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She's been called the missing link between the Mary

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Britain captured the warship Invincible from the

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But she ran aground in the Solent 11 years later

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and has been on the bottom ever since.

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Now a four-year excavation project is being launched

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The cost is being met with money paid in fines by the big banks.

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Hundreds of thousands of people come to Portsmouth

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year, but few will know that the warship upon

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which Admiral Nelson modelled his fleet actually lies

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The fantastic thing about Invincible is that it fills a perfect

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chronological gap between the Mary Rose,

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which was built in 1511, the

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flagship of Henry VIII, and HMS Victory, which was built in 1765.

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Her class then became the backbone of the Royal Navy.

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For example in the Battle of Trafalgar, 1805, three

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quarters of that class of ship were built from Invincible lines.

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From the depths of the Solent, Invincible's salvation has come in

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the unlikely form of fines paid by banks for manipulating the Libor

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In one of his last acts as Chancellor, George Osborne

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authorised a ?2 million grant from that fund.

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This exclusive footage shows what the wreck looks like now.

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The ship itself is exposing and there's lots of artefacts as

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well as structures which are at risk.

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Really need to do it now because those artefacts, they are

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deteriorating through biological decay, physical decay.

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Here we have a lid of a gunpowder barrel.

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This just emerged and you can even see

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the engravings on the top of the lid.

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We have one side of the ship preserved from the gun deck all the

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And the bow section is the section that we would

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Portsmouth's Museum of the Royal Navy will be given

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There is some of it but it's the objects that we are

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really interested in because they provide

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an important transept to the

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sort of everyday objects that would be on a ship.

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As we haven't got that from anywhere else.

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If the project's successful in four years' time

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Invincible will take her rightful place back at Portsmouth dockyard.

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Amazing things they have brought up and who knows what else is down

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there? A packed weekend of sport. Grand National of course. Not a

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great year for our South contenders. Big weekend of football.

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Brighton boss Chris Hughton says the promotion race is likely to drag

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on despite his side having a healthy advantage in the race

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on Wednesday means Albion revert to second spot ahead of tonight's

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Huddersfield's game in hand means Hughton's side currently need 12

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points to be sure of a place in the top flight.

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Reading, remember, are firmly in the play off chase.

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Tonight Albion look for a 10th away win of the campaign.

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A lot rests on Glenn Murray up front as Sam Baldock is still struggling

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Hughton admits away games bring different challenges.

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We have got two very tough away games now. That balance between home

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games and away games has changed no, on the back of two home games and

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two home victories. That mentality of going away from home, and needing

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to get a result, will be important. Goals from that run at 10.20 five.

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They're currently six points clear of Stevenage in fourth,

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and after Yeovil tomorrow they face Plymouth in second on Good Friday.

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Paul Cook's side have won five of their last six games.

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They're without Noel Hunt and Owen Doyle for the rest of the season.

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Another big crowd will back them at Fratton Park tomorrow.

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We cannot give you any sensational news now. For the players it is

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repetition. We have to remind them what we want to achieve. It is not a

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foregone conclusion. In the Premier League Bournemouth

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hope to continue their run of results against the giants

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of English football. After this point at Anfield

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on Wednesday they host a Chelsea side likely to be

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champions this season. Southampton go to West Brom,

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they could close the gap on the Baggies in eighth, to four

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points with two games in hand with a second win in four days

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after Wednesday's victory over Reading go to Norwich tomorrow

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in the other Championship fixture. While Swindon hope to make it

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three wins from three There's coverage across the BBC

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including live radio It's day two of the US Masters

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at Augusta and the Hampshire pair of Justin Rose and amateur

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Scott Gregory had contrasting Gregory shot a ten over par 82

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and a short time ago Meanwhile Rose is among the early

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contenders after a one under par There's highlights tonight at 7

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on BBC Two and live coverage Sussex have backed plans for the new

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T20 lead. And Hampshire had a good first day

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to day. The home side were bowled out for 273.

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And there was eight wickets on his return for Kyle Abbott.

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At the close Hampshire had lost five wickets. Their reply, 58-5.

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At the Oval Stoneman scored 165 as Surrey reached 327- the.

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We have not mentioned the Grand National because we are short on

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runners. Cocktails at dawn, 100-1, outsider, our only hope.

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Now - the story of a remarkable family gathering in Hampshire today.

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The occasion was the 100th birthday of Joan Massey.

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Mercia who's aged 98, and Ailsa, who's 102.

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Born in India, the trio have travelled the world,

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outlived their four brothers, and they all still have a relish

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for life and adventure as David Allard's been finding out.

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We do get on. We do have our arguments. Why not? You cannot say

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yes all the time. Three sisters -

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300 years of history. There's a lot to reminisce about at

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Joan's 100th birthday party. the day after America entered

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the First World War - and she had a vital

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role in the Second. 'S boot stationed at --.

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Do you still feel like the baby sister? Certainly not. We help each

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other out. now living in Scotland,

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she finally gave up I went back to heaven. -- back to

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their line. They are role models. They are so inspirational. Who is

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the bossy one? We know who the bossy one here is.

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Here is the weather. It will be glorious. To date many

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places saw sunshine. Lovely pictures.

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Temperatures soared to a high of 17, 18 Celsius. Tomorrow will be warmer,

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and warmer still on Sunday. Tonight it will turn chilly and clearing

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skies. We may see missed and fog patches by dawn. Pockets of frost as

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well. Last night that Bournemouth Airport temperatures dropped to 0.4

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Celsius. We could see similar temperatures tomorrow morning. It

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will be a murky start to the day tomorrow. The fog will be swiftly.

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Blue skies overhead. It is going to be a glorious day. Cooler along the

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coast. Inland we could see highs of 20-21 C. Their warmest of the

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temperature is more likely the further north and East you are.

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During the afternoon temperatures will rise, tomorrow night, feeling

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skies. It will turn chilly but not as cool as tonight. First thing

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Sunday morning, mist and fog patches. A lovely start to the day

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on Sunday. Temperatures will rise swiftly. Through the course of the

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afternoon we could see highs of 22 Celsius. Later on Sunday we will

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start to see cloud feuding in from the West ahead of this coal plant.

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That spills a change in the weather. They are behind this fund will be

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cooler. Mandy Beagle back to our seasonal average temperatures of 13,

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14 temperatures. -- on Monday we go back to our seasonal average. Cooler

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and cloudier conditions. If you are out and about over the weekend to

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