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Raising the alarm. A crisis of the BBC's news teams where you are.

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Raising the alarm. A crisis of confidence but Hampshire

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firefighters over computer control. Sending the wrong appliance from the

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wrong area can add seconds, maybe minutes, affecting the outcome of an

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incident. An inquest hears of the last moments

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of the ten-year-old who died of a head injury from a store display.

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A Saints trip to Wembley beckons. The boys from 1976 and 1979 relive

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their cup final moments. And is this the shape of things to

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come? The robotic meet and greet. The union which represents

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firefighters in Hampshire says there's a "complete loss

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of confidence" in the new computer system at the heart of the county's

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control-room operations. Last night we told you how

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faults had hit Dorset Today it's emerged that

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Hampshire Fire Service, which uses the same system,

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is also mired in technical problems. Capita created this

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promotional film about It is one of the most advanced on

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the market and it provides our firefighters with the most

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up-to-date information. Vision DS was a new computer system

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supposed to dispatch firefighters to the right place

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in the minimum time. Figures released after a Freedom

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of Information request In an industry where every second

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counts, sending the wrong appliance from the wrong area can add seconds

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may and may be minutes. Our lives being endangered by these problems?

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It is knocking the confidence of the firefighters because it is the

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supporting crews for those attending as well.

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Hampshire's Fire Brigade Union say the problems have led to a complete

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Control staff members, who are feeling very stressed at the moment,

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from day they are going in and instead of asking how are you to the

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other staff, they are asking how is the system?

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Last year there were 16 days that Hampshire's control room experienced

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a major problem. In August the new server

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hit a particularly bad patch, going "critical"

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at least three times. Even when the system didn't go down,

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there've been around 1,500 glitches logged,

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and nearly 60 still aren't fixed. The three neighbouring fire

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services worked together to procure the system -

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Hampshire, Dorset and Wiltshire They issued a joint

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statement saying... Normally we would rely on our

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resilience group in the region but unfortunately when it does crash

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sometimes they crash with us and we have to resort to pen and paper.

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Capita have told us the problems are only "intermittent"

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and they are working to resolve any issues.

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But for those at the sharp end, dealing with IT problems is one

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emergency they'd rather not be handling.

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More details have emerged about the death of a ten-year-old

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Kaden Reddick died from head injuries after

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Only a ten-minute hearing at Reading Town Tall before

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the inquest into the tragic death of Kaden Reddick was adjourned.

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But in that time the court did hear evidence from

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Detective Inspector Dave Turton, who's leading the investigation

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He described how, late afternoon on the 13th of February,

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Kaden was in the Topshop store in Reading's Oracle shopping

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centre with his siblings, his mother and his grandmother.

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Kaden was in the till area, near his mum, whilst

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she completed a transaction, when a queue barrier fell

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and hit him on the head, causing fatal injuries.

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And was there any news on where we are with other

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Three investigations - by the police, Health

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and Safety Executive and the local authority - are still running

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Inspector Turton praised the Arcadia group that owns Topshop for reacting

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He said there were in excess of 400 stores with similar barriers

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in the UK and abroad that were all closed until

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In adjourning the inquest the coroner Peter Bedford said he'd

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ordered a second postmortem so that Kaden's body could be

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He added that Kaden's family, who've described their ten-year-old

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as "loving, cheeky and energetic", were aware of today's

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hearing, but had gone away for a much-needed break.

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Six people have been arrested, after a raid on an underground

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bunker in Wiltshire uncovered the county's biggest

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A police operation was carried out at midnight

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on the former MoD nuclear bunker in Chilmark near Salisbury.

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Thousands of plants were found inside, with almost all

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of the 20 rooms being used for cannabis production.

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The crop has an estimated value of over a million pounds.

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The bunker was built in the 1980s to house and protect government

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officials in the event of a nuclear attack.

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People living in the nearby village have been shocked by the discovery.

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Everybody in the village is talking about it and just we are amazed that

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something like that can happen under our noses.

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We have had a few phone calls today, you know, asking what it is,

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speculating how many people were arrested, what the actual

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find was, but chatter will go around very

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A man from Alton in Hampshire accused of killing his

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seven-week-old daughter has told a jury he never struck or hurt her.

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20-year-old Joshua Martin's baby died with injuries

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the prosecution say were consistent with being shaken.

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But Mr Martin says he wasn't responsible for them

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From Winchester Crown Court, Sean Killick reports.

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The prosecution claims seven-week-old baby Ezmai suffered

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a fatal head injury at her parents' flat above a parade of shops

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Ezmai died 24 hours later, after being transferred

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to a specialist unit at Saint George's

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She'd suffered a fractured skull and died from a brain injury.

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19-year-old roofer Joshua Martin is accused of killing his daughter.

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He acknowledged in court he did have a temper but said

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he could control it and denied ever striking his partner or baby.

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He said he'd discovered Ezmai looking pale,

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He tried to wind her and then carried out CPR.

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Defence barrister Richard Barraclough QC asked Joshua Martin

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if he had done anything which might have caused the baby's

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"Did you drop her or hit her or do anything to her?"

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"Can you think of any reason why Ezmai suffered that

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The lawyer then asked his final question, "Did you love Ezmai?"

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Mr Martin replied, "I did, very much."

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Joshua Martin denies a charge of murder.

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A BBC investigation has found there are nearly 900 people

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across the South still on the road despite having 12 or more points

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The penalties are given for offences like speeding or drink driving.

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The figures show there is one driver in Surrey with 30 points.

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Motorists can avoid a ban if they can prove to magistrates it

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But one road-safety charity says 12 points should mean an automatic ban.

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The law doesn't seem to be working at the moment.

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We've got people obviously being caught and going

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But actually this whole points system seems to be

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Drivers are getting away with repeatedly breaking the law.

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NHS managers in Sussex have admitted they're spending too much money

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on agency fees and urgently need to recruit and retain more staff.

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The Sussex Partnership NHS Trust runs mental-health

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The trust spends more than ?195 million a year on staffing costs.

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It says more than ?6 million has been spent

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And 40% of that money goes straight to the recruitment agencies.

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Our health correspondent, Mark Norman, reports.

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It is a relationship many think is critical to making people well

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Louise is a patient with the Sussex trust,

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During a coffee break staff tell me how important a full complement

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of staff is, both for their work and for patients.

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If we don't have enough staff on we can't do

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we want to do with patients, get them out, get them

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It also leaves the patients feeling unsafe, you know, they think,

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what can I do today if there is only three staff on?

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They are flexible, can cover vacancies

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This trust has spent ?6 million this financial year on agency nurses

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and a huge proportion of that money went straight to the agency.

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?60 million, it is a big sum, isn't it?

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And you've worked out how much of that is for agency fees.

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What could you be doing with that money?

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Recruit more nurses, improve patient care.

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Is that frustrating, to know that that much money

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I am a nurse and it is disappointing.

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I believe that money would be better spent on patient care,

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The answer to the problem, to recruit more staff and once

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you've got them make sure you keep them.

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The pictures are for the trust's national recruitment

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campaign that begins shortly, but with London so close

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with its higher wages the trust have to offer more.

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So there will be fast-track promotion for our really talented

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staff, but this is a much more structured, co-ordinated approach

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And unfortunately, with every hospital and mental-health trust

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competing for often the same staff, it's a problem that

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The reality-TV star Lady Colin Campbell has been found

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guilty of causing a three-car pile-up, after pulling out

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into traffic on a dual carriageway near her home in West Sussex.

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Brighton Magistrates' Court heard that the 67-year-old made "an error

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of judgment" by carrying out an unsafe manoeuvre on the A27

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She has been convicted of driving without due care and attention.

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A pre-inquest review due to take place next month into the Shoreham

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11 men died when a vintage jet crashed onto the A27

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during the Shoreham Airshow in August 2015.

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The West Sussex coroner says the hearing falls too close

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to the publication of the final Air Accidents Investigation Branch

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He's had a ringside seat during some of the biggest moments

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As a photojournalist, Tor Eigeland has captured

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images of news events from around the globe.

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But he's now settled in Dorset and is showing his work

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at Duke's Auctioneers in his new home town of Dorchester.

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You try to transmit feelings, events.

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You don't fake anything, you do it straight.

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For more than half a century, Tor Eigeland has been

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putting a thousand words into a single picture.

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It was hot and this desperate mother didn't know how

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Joyous followers of Fidel Castro sweep triumphantly through

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In 1959 Tor witnessed Castro's arrival in Havana,

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Tor, living closely with his subjects -

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here drinking camel's milk - is saddened by the loss of some

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A lot of the things I've covered definitely do not exist any longer.

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In a way I wish I hadn't met all those people.

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After you see what has happened to Syria, it

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Well, he may have travelled the world, but all roads have

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eventually led to Dorset, where he is putting on his first

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exhibition, so local people can see his work.

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I think it's just amazing for Dorchester to have an exhibition

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Tor has had an amazing career, he has been witness to some

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really fantastic events, but this is the first

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show with a really global pull that we have had before,

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so I wouldn't be surprised if we have a really wide range

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His latest work features places more familiar to us,

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People here are very, very lucky to be here, I think.

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A camel-hair coat and trilby worn by the actor George Cole in the ITV

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series Minder has been sold for ?10,000

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The hammer price was around ten times higher than the figure

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George Cole - who lived in Henley for most of his life -

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played Arthur Daley on screen for 15 years.

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That is amazing, that blue shirt could be worth a couple of bob.

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I know some shirts that will definitely be worth a lot. What a

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great link that was! Southampton getting ready for the EFL Cup final.

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If you drive around the city you see all of the banners going up around

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the pubs. That is when cup finals are superb, because they have a way

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of bringing people who aren't necessarily the most interested in

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football together, because it is a community event.

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Two past captains of Southampton Football Club

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put their support behind the class of 2017 today.

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Peter Rodrigues lifted the FA Cup in 1976, Southampton's only major

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Meanwhile, Jason Dodd was the club captain when Southampton lost

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in Cardiff against Arsenal in 2003, also in the FA Cup.

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Both were signing copies of a new book,

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Southampton's Greatest Matches, and were full of praise

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for Southampton's current captain, Stephen Davis.

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The good thing is from that, he's an international captain as well,

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and Stephen's one of those, like we have been this week,

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he tucks under the radar, fantastic player who doesn't get

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the plaudits, in my opinion, that he deserves.

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The national manager knows that he's fantastic and he has

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been one of the ones, like us, in this competition that

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have just tucked under the radar, and it would top a great couple

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of months, him being captain now, to maybe lift the trophy.

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Manchester United could be without two midfielders

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Henrikh Mkhitaryan scored the winner for Jose Mourinho's side

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in last night's Europa League victory in St Etienne, but he also

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Veteran Michael Carrick appears to also be out,

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United have played twice in the Europa League

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since Saints last game, the 4-0 win at Sunderland.

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Southampton's tie against Manchester United at Wembley will be

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only the third major cup final the club has played at the stadium.

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Saints memorably won the 1976 FA Cup final, but then lost

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the 1979 League Cup final against Brian Clough's

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I've been to chat to the two men who played in both,

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They are the pub-quiz answer which many a Southampton

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Who are the two players who featured in both of the club's major Wembley

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To David Peach and Nick Holmes, the memories of an FA Cup win

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The noise of Wembley was something good, when you came out.

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I mean, we came out at the end where the Saints fans

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The gaffer's talk beforehand was always that we had more

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experience when we played sides like this.

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Manchester United to start this FA Cup final.

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People said we were underdogs but we had players in our side that

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Peter Osgood, Mick Channon, Peter Rodrigues, 60 games

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Jim McCalliog, Scottish international.

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Well, he used to call it his violinists and his cart horses.

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The goal was certainly a triumph of quality over carthorse.

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It was a great ball from Jimmy to get Bobby in there,

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and Bobby smashed it in with his left foot,

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Holmes and Peach got another shot at Wembley.

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The other full-back is David Peach, who loves to come forward

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He is also one of only two survivors from that FA Cup

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In midfield there's Nick Holmes, the local lad who made good,

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He is the other survivor from Wembley 1976.

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In the first half we played really well and we only got the one goal,

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whereas they played really well in the second in the second half --

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really well in the second half and got two.

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I think losing a final is the worst thing that I have felt in all my

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football career. I have lost a couple of semifinals, which weren't

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great, but losing that final. We were in the final and you want to

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win the final. You don't really get over it, no? What about the weekend?

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Can Claude Puel's men out smart Manchester United? Jose Mourinho is

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getting somewhere he wants to be and they are the favourites but as we

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saw before the so-called favourites don't always win. They know the

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manager, they have to get themselves ready for probably the biggest games

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of their careers so far, for the young ones' perspective.

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Tomorrow night, lots more on the EFL final -

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we hear from fans, players and celebrities, plus a very special

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musical tribute to Claude Puel's side as they face Manchester United

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Don't forget to join in on our Facebook page

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with your messages of support, and do post us your pictures.

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Are you decking your house in red and white?

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The King forward to that. -- looking forward.

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Now for a little glimpse into the future.

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Behind me is Pepper, and one day soon robots like this

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could be greeting us all in hospitals, shops and schools.

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Pepper was built in Japan, but the brains behind its brain

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are much closer to home - in Berkshire.

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Volume, the Wokingham company responsible for Pepper, specialises

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Joe Campbell went along to find out more.

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You don't get far through the front door here...

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..before you realise this is a rather different world.

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Sara El-Hanfy will be with you shortly.

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Now, please take a seat, unless you would like to chat some more.

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The firm here is one of the leaders in artificial intelligence,

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so it's no surprise it's been chosen as a partner by the latest

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Standard domestic programme installed.

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This is the best thing you will do for your family.

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For now, science fact trails science fiction,

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as seen through the Channel 4 TV series Humans.

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Instantly, people think of things from sci-fi films

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or sci-fi literature, because it's been around

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for so long, but actually, it's not where we are at the minute.

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But the technology is moving all the time.

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I was born in Paris, but my heart is here in Wokingham.

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Oh, and my brain - the guys at Volume gave it to me.

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One of those people behind that brain is Paolo here.

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Basically we can monitor all the behaviour of the robot

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from the screens, so we can see what the robot can see,

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we can see the environment around the robot and how the robot's sensor

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recognises the environment around, because we need to create a build

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application to use the robot in a smarter way.

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The team here is working on the kind of artificial intelligence that may

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already control your home, and in future drive your car

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But it takes a human face for us to notice artificial

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As we're born and babies we're given a companion, aren't we,

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whether that's a cuddly toy or a teddy bear or whatever,

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so I think you're right, we are hard-wired.

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I think what we're dealing with right now is that technology

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is growing exponentially, at such a rapid pace,

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our behaviours really can't keep pace with that.

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That's where some of the issues come in.

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And whether it's fear of what all this means for our jobs

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or simply for the future, it may just prove

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I could do with one of those robots. Very handy.

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Make tea, coffee, move around the newsroom.

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Gusts of between 50 and 60 miles per hour have been

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recorded in the South, all thanks to Storm Doris.

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The driver of this van had a lucky escape, narrowly missing this

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falling tree on Hanmore Road in Basingstoke this morning.

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The family of this house in Romsey were unhurt after a tree

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Numerous trees have also fallen, blocking several roads

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around the region, such as here in Chandlers

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The stormy conditions caused delays to flights,

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with some due to land in Southampton diverted to Bournemouth.

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Trains have been disrupted too, as well as cross-Solent ferries.

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It was lively, but much worse further north.

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Yes, and thankfully Doris has now moved after the North Sea. -- moved

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off to. Through the course of today we saw

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some sunny spells, the odd isolated shower, and overnight tonight there

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will be a few clear spells. Today the wind gusts were up to 82 mph at

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the Needles, but widely 50 to 60 miles per out. -- per hour. An

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isolated shower here and there but with the wind is falling away we may

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see a touch of frost first thing tomorrow and maybe one or two ice

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patches. The odd isolated shower will ease and temperatures will fall

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away to two or three Celsius in urban areas, one in the countryside.

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Lots of sunshine tomorrow, the wind is fairly light from the north-west.

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Patchy cloud filling in through the afternoon, turning the sunshine

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hazy, but it should stay mainly dry. Bridges not as high as today,

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reaching seven to nine Celsius. -- temperature is not as high. Tomorrow

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night there will be increasing cloud for some and we will see patchy rain

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here and there in the evening, which is when the south-westerly winds

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will increase in strength. Lowes tomorrow night of five to seven

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Celsius, milder than the tonight. -- los tomorrow. A lot of cloud to

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start the day on Saturday but through the afternoon we should have

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the odd spot of drizzle. Ahead of this weather front, bringing rain

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from Saturday night into Sunday morning. We expect easy conditions

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on Saturday, Sunday will be cloudy but mainly dry with some rain after

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dark. Further showers on Monday and as we head through next week we are

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hoping that high pressure will start to build in. If you would like to

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send us your weather pictures, here is the e-mail address to do that.

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For the Saints game on Sunday, we expect mild and dry conditions.

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It will be great. Join us for tomorrow's programme, we will of

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course be looking forward to the game. I am looking forward to the

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musical treat. When The

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