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The quiet dignity of Muslims leading a service of hope

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and solidarity with the victims of the London terror attacks.

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If you stay quiet, say nothing, then people only hear the negative

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messages and voices which are around everywhere.

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The crippling cost of petty crime and its impact

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Why this woman's sounding off about cinema chains and the lack

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I have to go and watch it on that day and that time and if I don't go,

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And we'll hear the story behind a full-size caravan made

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It was a show of quiet dignity and of solidarity with the victims

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While Westminster paused for today's service of hope and reconciliation,

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members of the Muslim community here in the South gathered

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with people from all faiths, as a mark of respect,

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and to demonstrate their absolute rejection of terrorism.

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Joe Campbell was at the event, in Newbury.

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They marched partly in silence but the message was loud and clear. We

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are British but we are British Muslim and we live in this country,

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loved by their rules and regulations of the land. They still have it

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tends to meet everybody. This event may have been organised by new's

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Moslem community can they claim it was open to all. People came from

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all sections of the time. Buyers coming out this week and being vocal

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about it, that we are united, we condemn the act of violence and we

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pray and our thoughts are with the victim's family, that is the message

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we want to send out to comfort those -- to confront the others that are

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in the media and other places. We pray for those in the Westminster

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attack, from -- for the family, friends and colleagues of those

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killed. Outside the town Hall, Muslim and Christian prayers.

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Flowers from those of all faiths and none. If the -- if the intention was

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to divide communities, the clear objective of today's march was to

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show that Shearer, they failed. We, in this community, a community that

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is changing, more trips are people coming to live here, we are

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determined to understand and be one community, to be tolerant. And then,

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two weeks to the minute, a time to remember. The crowd hushed but

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speaking with one voice. The current terror threat in the UK

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is rated as "severe", which means an attack

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is highly likely. In Guildford today, the second

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of two special events was held to help businesses prepare

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for the worst IF something This from our home affairs

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correspondent, Peter Cooke. Nice, Berlin, London,

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but where next? This morning, more than 100 people

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from Guildford's business community were told how they could stop

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it being them. The counter-terrorism workshop

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was organised the town's Business Crime Reduction Partnership

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before the attack in You don't know where it is great to

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happen. It doesn't have to be an iconic location. The idea is to

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teach and today, to plan and prepare.

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This is one of hundreds of similar events run by the South East Counter

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Terrorist Unit since it was set up in 2009.

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But what should people be looking out for?

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Terrorists will visit the scene they are targeting somewhere. It is about

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asking unusual questions, trying to seek information that you wouldn't

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normally be in the public domain. Just really working out with the

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vulnerable points are of an EDS are the to attack it.

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Cecilia Morfoniou runs a shop in the same street where a pub

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She realises the training could help save lives in the future.

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Definitely very informative. It is something that is not impossible or

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probable to have it happen in Surrey or Guildford itself. I took all the

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court away from it today and I getting it will be transferring it

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to my staff and it's made us more aware that it is something that can

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happen at any moment. The threat of terrorism

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in the South remains very real, In 2015 a Reading couple,

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Mohammed Rehman and Sana Ahmed Khan, were jailed for plotting to bomb

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locations in London. The security services remain

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concerned about the changing Vehicles have been the weapon of

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choice in recent incidents. Any future attacks from the radicalised

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or disaffected could strike anywhere. Whilst not wishing to

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alarm, this training was about training and preparing our

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businesses and communities for that potential reality.

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Peter's here now, and, Peter, what's the reality of the terrorism

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In the recent words of the head of MI6, it's unprecedented.

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UK intelligence and security services have disrupted 13

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There are more than 500 live counter-terrorism investigations

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ongoing at the moment, which result in arrests

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And in the last 12 months a terrorist hotline has received

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more than twice the number of calls as it had done previously.

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This is not just people associated with Islamic terrorism but also

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And as we saw in the piece the security services are becoming

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increasingly reliant on the public to help identify individuals and

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A soldier has been found guilty at Winchester Crown Court

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27-year-old Jay Nava will be sentenced tomorrow.

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The attack took place in Bournemouth last October, while the couple's

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26-year-old Natasha Wake suffered 11 stab wounds to her chest.

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Police arrested Nava at Hengistbury Head

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Officers resuscitated him after he tried to take his own life.

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A Bournemouth shop owner says theft and vandalism has cost him almost

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The association representing convenience stores says

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across the UK crime cost the sector over ?230 million last year.

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The most commonly stolen items were alcohol,

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There've also been over 9,000 violent incidents against staff

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This disagreement is over the cost of a pack of beer.

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The customer leaves but not before smashing the shop door.

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On this occasion, he did come back days later to apologise,

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but for this shop owner, he still has to clear up the mess.

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In another case, his cameras captured this woman putting a can

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He says there have been many other incidents in the past year.

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The impact is really, I mean, something I can't digest

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because that money I would have put for my holiday or my clothes

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or put back into the store to make more money.

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It's just like fixing the criminal damage is like binning the money.

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21-year-old Charlie says he has recently had to leave his job

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in a convenience store in Southampton because of

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I was seeing people coming in with giant bags, putting

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in Persil and coffee and meat and wine and just shoving it

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in their bag and then they take the fake basket,

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they leave it by the door and walk out.

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Even behind the till, I was shaking and I expected things

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To keep themselves safe, convenience stores around

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the country are spending around ?4,000 per year, fitting CCTV,

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security doors, bollards and even employing security guards.

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But this does not always lead to a prosecution and the body that

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represents shop owners in the UK says that more than half

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of its members say there is a lack of consistency from the police.

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When you've got something like a shop theft that is under

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?200, that is often dealt with just by a fine or a caution or, in some

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The National Police Chief's Council says police always investigate

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claims against local businesses and urges shop owners to continuing

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He says he has thought about giving it all up but it is his loyal

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The support they give you makes you think you're

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doing the right thing, so that is kind of a boost.

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You don't feel like giving up, so you get up and do it again.

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Linda Dean is a film buff but because she's deaf,

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sometimes the first time she can see a new release is when it comes out

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Not every film is shown with subtitles in the cinema

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and you can wait for weeks if they are.

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

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spontaneously where I want to go, when I feel comfortable,

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without having to think, oh, I have to go and watch it on that

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day at that time - and if I don't go, I'm going to miss it.

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And I must say, some of that time I've actually been to the cinema

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at Basingstoke or other locations and I've been told there

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is a subtitle showing and actually, it's not subtitled, so I've

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travelled all that way for nothing and that's even more disappointing.

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There's no point in me having a choice, there's no equality.

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So, I do feel like I'm discriminated against.

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Linda is in Newbury with her friend Victoria to see what films

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There are just a handful on with subtitles this week,

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They don't have any awareness of the shows for next week,

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no information on the website is clear enough, so I think

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probably more training is needed for staff members.

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No one from Vue Cinemas was available for interview

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but a spokeswoman did tell us that, "We follow the industry

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best practice approach to subtitled screening,

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with two performances every week, alongside Mini Mornings,

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which are subtitled, and the second Sunday

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Could these glasses shown here at Sony's headquarters

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They project subtitles onto lenses, meaning deaf people can watch any

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film without having subtitles appear on the screen.

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Similar technology's already in use in the US and Australia.

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Can you imagine the first cinema chain that operated

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How much reputationally, how much benefit would that be?

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In terms of their general business brand but also

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You'd have deaf people just going to that cinema chain.

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So, I almost feel that they're not taking advantage of a great

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opportunity that's right in front of them.

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Until things change, Linda and some of the 11 million

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other people with some form of hearing loss can't enjoy

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They have to recreate the experience at home.

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Earlier, I spoke to doctor Roger Wicks, who's director

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of policy at the charity Action on Hearing Loss, and I asked him

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if cinemas are obliged to offer subtitles.

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Yes, under the Equality Act, all providers of services

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reasonable adjustments for people with disabilities.

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For cinemas, this means hearing loops and it means subtitles.

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So is this an issue where you regularly hear complaints?

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One in six people have hearing loss and many of them regularly use

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subtitles on television and in the cinema.

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It's a regular source of complaint, films put on with subtitles

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at difficult times of the day and not being advertised at all.

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There is huge demand for subtitles in cinemas.

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In Tom's report, we saw somebody wearing glasses that project

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the subtitles but only the wearer is seeing those.

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Is technology the answer, do you think?

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It is definitely part of the long-term solution, yes.

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The UK Cinema Association is working hard with us on different technical

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solutions and glasses, so-called invisible technology,

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where the subtitles are only visible to the person wearing glasses,

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-- Just simply to complaing to your local cinema manager?

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Definitely talk to your cinema, manager when you want subtitles

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available when you watch films, that is really helpful.

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On our website, there is a lot of information

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Thank you very much indeed for joining us.

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Coming up, the midweek weather and Sarah Farmer looks like she's

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I'm at the National motor Museum for the wonderful world record breaker.

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Join me for that later and your fall forecast to. -- fool forecast.

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Members of the RMT union have said that their strike will go ahead

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on Saturday after "no specific proposals" were put forward

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It'll be the 32nd day of action over the introduction

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of driver-only operated trains and changes to the role

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Earlier this week members of Aslef, the drivers' union, rejected

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for a second time a proposed deal to end their dispute

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With just six games to go in the season, Brighton once again

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sit top of the Championship table, until Newcastle play

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Perhaps more crucially, with the top two going up automatically,

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the Seagulls are ten points clear of third, a position now occupied

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by Reading, who cemented their own play-off credentials.

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If the question was can they cope with the pressure,

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Glenn Murray had the answer just two minutes in.

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With pre-match nerves dismissed, a routine win was on the cards.

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Tomer Hemed doubled the lead soon after the break,

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Uwe Hunemeier's deflected shot made sure, a record breaking 25th

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Che Adam's scored a consolation late on for Birmingham,

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but Brighton's charge shows no sign of stopping.

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The fight we got the illegal, normally one that motivates others,

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and we took our moments Yann Kermogant was central

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to Bournemouth's promotion Two headed goals here over

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Blackburn Rovers helped make it three wins in a row

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for Jaap Stam's side. true Who are hitting form

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just at the right time. Goal of the game was

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Elliott Bennett's sweet volley But Garath McCleary's

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shot soon dampened that. MK Dons also beat Charlton

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2-0 in League One. Onto tonight's action,

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and in the Premier League Southampton host Crystal Palace,

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but will once again be without injured striker Manolo Gabbiadini,

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and Sofiane Boufal is also a doubt While Bournemouth face

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a tough trip to Anfield, from where Kris Temple sent us

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this match preview. that gathers still only seven points

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so they are no means safe, and they come to a Liverpool side still with

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second at least. Of course, that humdinger of a game down at the

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vitality stadium earlier in the stadium -- season. The cherries are

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fresh from me when, and the draw with Manchester United. They have

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proved in recent weeks they have what it takes to compete away at the

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big sides as well. Something at Anfield tonight would be a huge

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boost from them ahead of their visit to Chelsea on Saturday.

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Thanks, Kris, BBC Radio Solent the place to go for full match

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commentary of both Southampton and Bournemouth games this evening.

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In League One, Oxford will look to stay in the play-off race

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Striker Conor McAleny is back in the squad after missing Sunday's

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The County Championship cricket season gets underway on Friday.

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As part of our season previews, it's time to head to Sussex,

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where they have their eyes on improving on last seasons 4th

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With new chief executive Rob Andrew at the helm,

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there's a steely determination about Sussex.

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We can compete on all fronts. We want promotion this year. We want to

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get the quarterfinal. Experience was the ingredient

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required of summer signings. They arrived in the form

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of South African's Vernon Philander, Stiaan Van Zyl and David Wiese

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While Laurie Evans from Warwickshire It was important to us to add some

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senior players but also some batters, and someone who can ball.

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The pre-season has gone well and I think we just want to get going,

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really. Club Stalwart Michael Yardy has

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taken over as batting coach. While someone just starting to make

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a name for himself is young Having toured well with

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England U19s this winter, I just want to play as much cricket

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I can for Sussex. I want to get on the park and hopefully we can get

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some silverware. Throw in pace bowlers Tymal Mills

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and Chris Jordan who return Sussex have built an

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exciting squad capable Now, here's a sneaky

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way of getting children to improve their maths

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and English skills. A tournament's being held

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in West Sussex this evening where youngsters compete

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in a version of the sport that's geared-up to help

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with their academic results. For this afternoon only, this is the

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version of the Crucible. This is the first snooker tournament they have

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had year. 50 children and for local schools taking part. The trophies

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are here, ready to go. A quarter and the semifinals are going on. Here's

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a flavour of today's action. I just love playing people and the

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game and just the concentration, because some people think it's

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boring but actually think it's great fun because it gives you something

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to do every now and again. Habitually fun. It's something

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different. It is something we're not used to seeing in skills. We see Ed

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on television and four children the stage, they think, I would like to

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go go at. My first night is on table one. They

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are raiding the rating to go. Yes. Are you feeling confident? Yes. I am

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feeling good about it. I feel like I can get to the semifinals. It all

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looks great fun, doesn't it? But there is a next -- and educational

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side to it as well. Stephen runs the after school snooker club. Tell

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others about functional snooker. That is based on helping the

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children with their education and it helps them with their mathematics

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and the literature, dear social skills. For example, we have

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numbered balls here, we have some traction, addition and we have teams

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and all the Red Bulls are numbered one to ten. And it just helps them.

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You have had some great results with children who aren't so great with

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their numeracy, haven't you? We have had amazing results, especially with

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people who don't learn very well traditionally or people with

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disabilities moral learning disabilities and they really take to

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it, especially, as I say, the different way of learning commented

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that structured classroom environment. Just briefly, it is

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very popular in Asia, but not so much year after its 1980s heyday.

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Are you trying to spot future talents as well? We certainly are.

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I'm sure we've seen some future world champion to you. We're working

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very hard to draw the game. We have this programme and the functional

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snooker programme and we are working on snooker skills. I have to stop

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you there. Although this is the first tournament, there are already

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plans to make it an annual event. Now, not all road users are fans

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of the humble caravan but a very special one has just gone on show

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at the National Motor Yes, what makes this full size

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caravan unusual is that it's made out of Lego bricks,

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lots of them. It also has working lights,

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and running water. The world-record breaking

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construction took 12 model-makers from Hampshire over 1,000 hours

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to build, and they've incorporated Sarah Farmer's been to take a look

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and she's there for us now. Hello. Have a look at this for a

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world record breaker. 215,000, 158 books have gone into this build of a

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life-sized replica caravan. It has all the comforts as well. A cup of

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tea, toast, freshly cut flowers, Leeds, running water and the works.

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Dan Connolly is from the team behind this project. Tellers a little bit

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about why you decided to do this. Apart from everybody loves Lego, the

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idea was to support freedom of leisure vehicles and the old days

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you can go on. The concept of caravanning has evolved over the

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years. The idea behind it was to challenge ourselves. We had 12

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difficult -- dedicated experts, over a thousand man-hours to build this

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replica. The detail is absolutely fascinating. Thank you for joining

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us. Well, it is here at the National motor Museum through the holidays

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and the summer holidays and it is like the summer stay here in the

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South. Ken Rayner captured this

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beautiful image at Chisbury near Hungerford And it was a lovely

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

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at Sturminster Newton, thanks to Colin Lennox-Gordon

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for this picture. Let's re-join Sarah farmer at

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Beaulieu for the midweek forecast. And, Sarah, it's been

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a perfect Spring Day today. We had beautiful blue skies and

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we'll get going with a look at the satellite picture. Not too much

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cloud but generally, all of us seeing some pretty sunny spells. I

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must say we have a few more of those to come in the next few days.

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Through the course of this evening, we will start to see the cloud

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building and thickening in the overnight PDA, so gradually the --

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covered in our region. Temperatures to seven Celsius. The temperatures

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can drop the a touch but steering clear of the menace when we saw last

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night. Until tomorrow morning, we get off to a bright start to the

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day. We will see temperatures of around eight Celsius as people are

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getting up, but it looks like we'll have some sunny spells. More cloud

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in the picture than have had through the course of today. Tomorrow

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afternoon, temperatures up to 12 Celsius but we could see those

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temperatures nudging up to the Celsius.

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Can make you want again tonight, but there will be cloud. Temperatures

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reflect that, with the cloud, seven or eight Celsius, and they will fall

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lower if we had the brakes on the cloud. Looking ahead to the

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remainder of this week, dizzy promising few days ahead, so for

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Friday, yes, it will be cloudy at pains but who will start to see some

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blue skies and a sunny spells through much of the day. We start to

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get a change in that wind direction. It looks as if we will have some

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warm conditions to take is into the weekend, possibly topping 20

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Celsius. That in mind, I will see a black and blue Rover sport.

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We'll hear the final legal ruling on the case of the Isle of Wight

:27:31.:27:34.

dad who was prosecuted for taking his daughter out

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We'll have the man himself, here on the red sofa

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CHILD: This is a major scientific breakthrough.

:27:41.:28:05.

Hello. It's All Round to Mrs Brown's, where my guests will be

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Steve Backshall, and music from the beautiful Pixie Lott.

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