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Good evening. takeover offer for Unilever.

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Tonight on Spotlight: The random act of kindness

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We are just overwhelmed with the support that when there are such

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generous people out there. It's amazing.

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Life for Stanley and his family has been transformed,

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thanks to the generosity of a local garage and anonymous benefactor

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Also tonight: speaking out for the first time.

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One man's powerful account of the abuse he suffered as a child.

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I want closure on this. I want to be able to put it to bed and say that

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it happened and there is nothing I can do about it and get on with the

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rest of your life. Hoping to carve out his career

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again, the Devon skier recovering from revolutionary surgery talks

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to us about preparing And a singing sensation,

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the teenager from Cornwall who's gained a devoted worldwide

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following. Daisy Clark will be

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here to sing live. We begin the programme tonight

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with a story of generosity which has made a huge difference

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to a terminally ill Devon boy. We featured two-year-old

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Stanley Murphy from Newton Abbot He has Tay Sachs disease which means

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he can't move and suffers seizures. His parents were struggling

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to transport him to appointments as they didn't qualify for help

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under the Disability Living Allowance because Stanley

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is under three-years-old. Well, after we featured their story

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an anonymous benefactor and a local Hamish Marshall has been

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back to see the family. Little Stanley suffers

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from Tay Sachs disease. He can't move much, has seizures

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and needs constant monitoring. This was a couple of months ago,

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when getting him to the car If you want to go out for a walk,

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you know, to the seaside or something, it's not nice,

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knowing that you're going to cause a seizure

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putting him in the seat, Emnma and husband Kevin had been

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refused government help for a motability vehicle as Stanley

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was not age three or above. They now, though, have a special

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buggy and an adapted car. He doesn't have a seizure

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when we put him in the vehicle or take him out of the vehicle,

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so he is much more comfortable. It's a lot easier for us to go out

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and about as a family and also we don't have to compromise

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on which equipment we take with us, We don't have to leave anything

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behind that he is comfortable, Just wheel him in, lock him down,

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make sure it's secure and off we go. Just to see him comfortable in

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the car, driving around is amazing. Funding for the vehicle

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came from a local garage and an anonymous benefactor,

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who was annoyed that the system wasn't helping a young boy

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because of an age restriction. Just so grateful, just

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absolutely so grateful. We're just overwhelmed

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with the support when there's such generous people out

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there helping us. Stanley's life may be

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limited, but it seems that Now to a development

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which could help to ease A new operating theatre and a suite

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for day surgery have The new facilities are run

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by a private company but will treat NHS patients and it's hoped

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the extra capacity will mean an additional 1,000 operations

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a year will be carried out. Our Health correspondent

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Jenny Walrond had a preview. This is our new endoscopy suite

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where we will be looking to treat in excess of 3500 NHS patients every

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year. As of today a new theatre and day surgery suite at peninsular NHS

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treatment centre are literally in operation. It is treating NHS

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patients, but is run by an independent provider, care UK. You

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choose to come here, you choose to have your elective surgery and

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choose the date you want to your surgery here so we can almost

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guarantee you will have the surgery on your date of choice.

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There are currently 136 operating theatres in the South West 's main

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hospitals and while this is not a huge increase in capacity for the

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region the centre hopes to perform an extra 1000 operations per year.

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Our main acute hospitals are facing a lot of pressure from emergency

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patients and social care shortages. In the last three months of 2016

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more than 1100 operations were cancelled in the hospitals of the

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South West. More than one in ten people still hadn't had the

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operation four weeks later. While the idea of private providers

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carrying out NHS work is not everyone's cup of tea, some

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patients, including Chris and Nick Harris, jumped at the chance. We

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were given an appointment and came to see a surgeon and he assessed

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everything there and then and said you need an operation, your

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decision, have it or not, and that was it. Within weeks, in, done,

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finished. It comes down to choice. Patients have the right to pick

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where they are treated when they are first referred and this expands the

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choice of little further. A man from Cornwall has given

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up his right to anonymity to tell Spotlight how he was drugged

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and abused as a child. In his moving account,

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which you may find upsetting, Justin Stubbings describes how

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he was injected with a drug which left him unable to move

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whilst he was a patient So far almost 100 people have

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contacted the police to say Justin Stubbings lives

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a quiet life in Cornwall Back in the 60s he was a patient

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at a psychiatric hospital, Aston Hall in Derbyshire,

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after he had attempted The superintendent

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psychiatrist at Aston Hall One night Justin Stubbings says

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he was taken to a small padded room He injected me in this

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arm with sodium amytal, then he injected me in the other arm

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with something that And then placed a pad over my face

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and dropped ether underneath my nose and then I fell backwards

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into sort of semiconsciousness. He said I'm going to take

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you back to your childhood. He would take me back

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to a memory where my brother And I was screaming and rolling

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about in trying to stop this from hitting me

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and I remember that vividly. Did it feel like you were

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being hit at the time? And I can remember putting my hands

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behind me to try and stop When he woke up he found

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his hands had been tied Medical records show that

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Justin Stubbings had been injected with sodium amytal,

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described as a truth drug, but even then there were concerns

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about this treatment as it had never The police in Derbyshire have now

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interviewed almost 100 people who say they were illicitly drugged

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and abused as children They say they are now reviewing

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hospital records and seeking There were people shuffling

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about with big scars where they had had lobotomies and there's

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a guy down... I looked out of the window

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and there was a guy down in the exercise yard

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in a straitjacket, screaming. And I didn't know if I was ever

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going to get out of there. That's how they described me,

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"a slight, timid boy." Doctor Kenneth Milner,

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who had no training as a children's psychiatrist, worked at Aston Hall

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for almost 30 years before he died. Justin Stubbings says that he hopes

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that by talking openly about his experience

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he will encourage That was Eleanor Parkinson speaking

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to Justin Stubbings. A man's body washed up

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at Perranporth has been identified by police as that

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of Stephen Lloyd Thomas from Truro. Emergency services were called

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to Perran Sands last week. The 43-year-old's death is being

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treated as unexplained by police. Police are appealing for anyone who

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saw him before his death to contact him. -- to contact them.

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Plymouth rider Jonathan Tiernan-Locke has retired

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from professional cycling, citing a lack of motivation.

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Now if you were travelling between Shaldon and Teignmouth

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today, you may have wondered what the diversions were about.

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For the first time in almost 15 years, Shaldon Bridge was opened

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for some essential maintenance and our reporter Paul Brennan was

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Diversions in place, hi-vis jackets on, and everything

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Now, although the bridge is rarely open these days,

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there is a legal requirement to ensure that it stays

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in good working order, should it need to be listed

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in good working order, should it need to be lifted

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to enable the passage of vessels through.

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Slowly and carefully the section on the Teignmouth side is lifted,

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with cranes in place to support, but it's the pure muscle power

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of these two chaps that crucial to this task.

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We tried to do this work about last October but unfortunately

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there was something went wrong with the winding mechanism so we had

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Local historian Viv Wilson gathers material to mark this replication.

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Local historian Viv Wilson gathers material to mark this rare occasion.

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She has written extensively about the life and times

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The opening span of the bridge was essential to the river life

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and a tremendous amount of industry that was flowing up and down.

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We had the granite, the clay, all sorts of minerals

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from the Teign Valley and that throughput place was

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After just two hours the job is done and everything is shipshape.

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Let's see if it's another 15 years before the bridge opens again.

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The weekend may have started for many, but for one

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Roy Handford still puts in six days week.

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He'll be telling why he has no plans to retire.

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And Daisy Clark is in the studio with us. The Cornish teenager who

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posted her song on social media, only to be offered a contract. That

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really is something to look forward to.

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It's time for the sport now, and Natalie's here with

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The Leyton Orient captain Liam Kelly has yet to respond to a charge

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of violent conduct which was brought by the FA yesterday.

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It relates to an incident at Home Park earlier this week

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when a ballboy was pushed to the ground in front

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The 27-year-old midfielder could face a lengthy ban.

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His reponse was expected by 6.00pm this evening.

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The hearing should be taking place right now.

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Back on the field, the Pilgrims will be keen to return

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to winning ways when they make the near 800-mile round

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Exeter City host Stevenage, while Yeovil travel to Cheltenham.

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In the National League, Torquay face Barrow.

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If you can't make the games you can tune into your local BBC radio

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There are no Six Nations games this weekend which is a bit of a bonus

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for the Exeter Chiefs with a couple of returning internationals,

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as they travel to Worcester, having not lost in the Premiership since

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When the teams met earlier in the season the Chiefs put more

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than 50 points past the Warriors, scoring nine tries in the process.

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But Worcester stunned champions Saracens last weekend and should

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provide a much tougher challenge at the Sixways tomorrow.

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We are both really fighting for something. Worcester are fighting to

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prove that they can climb out of the relegation zone and accelerate

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forward as a club and we are fighting because we want to

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consolidate a place in the top four and they want to be back in post

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season games and that makes for a really good fixture.

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Elsewhere, the Championship resumes after a week's rest.

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The Cornish Pirates face a trip to second-placed Yorkshire Carnegie,

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Plymouth Albion will hoping to give the students a lesson

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A professional skier from Devon has become the first person to have

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revolutionary surgery on both his knees.

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Jai Geyer has had internal knee braces fitted in the hope he can

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return to the sport he loves quicker than expected.

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His injuries were a year apart, and he's now doing well

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So is he ready to pull on a pair of skis again?

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I'm a little way off doing that, although I am hoping to put skis

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That is kind of as soon as you can possibly do it.

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Obviously the skis are very aggressive on the knees

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and on the joints but with all the conditioning and

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the rehabilitation, we can make everything very robust and off-load

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the joint and get back to action as soon as possible really.

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Your ambition was always the Olympics in 2018,

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we're a year away, is that completely off the table?

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If you are looking at the preparation in an Olympic cycle,

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what's the best I can do in these four years to build up to this?

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Doing both knees in the middle back-to-back seasons is an awful

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preparation that I came back successfully from my first

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injury and I qualify for the World Championships

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so I know what it takes but at the same time the time window

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You were featured in The Times last week, a the photo shoot,

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That was amazing, really bizarre experience and very much

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outside my comfort zone but the team there at The Times were incredible,

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But the photographer there did a great job and I was really happy

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Actually behind-the-scenes I spent nearly two hours

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that day in ski boots, completely naked for that

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and in fact there's a guy who was cut out of the shot

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at the end who was holding me up to get in that position.

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What he visioned was an action shot, so to try and recreate

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that was going to be quite a challenge at we got

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Really I am continuing to focus on my rehabilitation.

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I go back to Scotland to see Professor Gordon Mackay

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who was the surgeon who did the operation on my knee.

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His pioneered a new method, an amazing method which really

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accelerates the healing, so I go back up and get another MRI

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and then I go back to London for my rehabilitation

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at Bisham Abbey and continue the hard work.

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Well, good luck and hopefully you'll get where you want to be.

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And finally basketball, and if you're a Plymouth Raiders fan

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you might like to know that their game against

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the Surrey Scorchers this evening is being streamed tonight on the BBC

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Tip off is at the Surrey Sports Park is at 7.30pm.

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That is the sport. Foxy will be having a good time tonight.

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Now on average we spend 47 years of our life working,

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but for our next story we're going to hear from a Devon man who's

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Roy Handford may be 94, but is still working six days a week

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Our reporter Andrea Ormsby has been to see him.

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Meet Roy, the 95-year-old dishwasher boy. My worst thing is my eyesight.

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But you can see enough to get the nice and clean? Yes. I. I hope I

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have. He works with his daughter and granddaughter at the Green Lantern

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cafe in Torrington. What is it like working with all your family? Nil it

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is nice. Lovely. You have to say that! He has to say that. I enjoy

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it, that's why haven't retired. Everyone loves him, all over the

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world to get fan mail. He has had letters from Australia and New

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Zealand and all of that. They come into the cafe and this in pictures

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they have taken in the cafe back with a letter. He has his own little

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fan club. Guild how you getting on? Nice to see you again. Roy enjoys a

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chat with the customers and he will tell you about the time when he was

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in the Royal Navy and he helped to transport shall -- troops to shore

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in the D-Day landings. We transported the troops across and as

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fast as we could be got back again and then we were drafted in to take

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the Yanks across. This is Roy 's second job, he started his first

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when he was 14 and he didn't miss a single day until he retired at 65.

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He started here one week later. I have just looked after myself, more

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or less, that's all. I have got no secret. It's just that I have never

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smoked or drunk in my life and that is it. Roy starts at 730 every

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morning and does at least a ten hour day every day but Sunday. He can't

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wait to get back to work. He never smokes and never drinks.

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That is the secret. A teenage singer from Cornwall

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is on the verge of international stardom after almost six million

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people around the world watched an online video

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of her singing in her bedroom. Just five months ago,

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18-year-old Daisy Clark posted her acoustic version

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of Olivia Newton-John's song It was spotted and shared

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by the talent platform Well, today the single

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has been released by We'll be speaking to Daisy

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in a moment, but first here's a clip OK, this is my attempt

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of an acoustic cover This has been my head all day

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so we'll see how goes. And we will hear more of that song

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in a moment. Is this what you expected after that posting? Not at

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all. I had the craziest time ever with people contacting me and say

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they loved the song but totally good. Very good. How did it come

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about, the moment that we saw there? What made you sit down in your

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bedroom and recalled that song? I have always loved grease and

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performing arts, singing, dancing, acting, all of that stuff and it was

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near my mum 's favourite film and we always love to watch it and the song

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had just been in my head. I literally just sat down and pressed

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record and uploaded it and then music round saw it when I uploaded

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and they were amazing. They give young artists like me and amazing

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platform and exposure to get their music out there. Presumably that

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wasn't your aim. We went aiming to get picked up in that way? It was a

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happy coincidence. It is or was been my aim with my career to be a

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songwriter, be a singer and just kind of get my music out there so it

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just came with it and it was amazing. All of the papers are

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saying you have only left Cornwall twice in your whole life but surely

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this is not true. When I spoke to last November on radio call will you

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are heading up to London then and you come to Devon now, so it must be

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a bit of a social whirl for you. There are a lot of articles saying

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stuff but I have been outside of Cornwall before but obviously it is

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very small in Cornwall and we are not big travellers. I have been to

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places only a few times. I have been to America are a couple of times but

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that has all kind of come with YouTube and performing. Next week is

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very busy for you. Most definitely. This is one of the busiest weeks

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with the song coming out today, it is crazy. We wish you well without

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me know you are going to perform it live for us in just a moment and

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with virtually on playing it and I haven't been able to get my head --

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haven't been able to get out of my head ever since. We look forward to

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hearing you in a moment. First we will see what the weather has in

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store for the weekend. Holly has the forecast.

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Thank you very much. It is finally Friday, thank goodness and it has

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not been as nice today as it has been over recent days. Some of us

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have seen is a brightness but for many of us it has been cloudy and

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grey overhead. To the north of any high ground we have seen the cloud

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breaking up more, for example here in Okehampton. This weekend we keep

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the mild feel but the air is quite moist and it is largely dry. There

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could be a bit of rain but it is more likely to fall overnight and we

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could see a bit here and there. Cloudy for the most part and some

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bright spells are likely to come through at times. The high pressure

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stays in charge. Week weather fronts push in and we could see a bit of

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rain by night and there could be mist and fog at times as well.

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Fairly cloudy but bright spells here and there. Overnight we have the

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risk of low cloud and the fog patches forming. A bit of showery

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there and for most of us it stays there and for most of us it stays

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pretty mild. Tomorrow morning it could be a murky start. The mist and

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fog should lift. North of Exmoor and Dartmoor we could see Sunny spells

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coming through and those areas have the best chance of that. A bit of

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rain. Not much of that but it would come to the north coast later in the

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day. It is mild and we expect temperatures to pick up to 12 or 13.

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A cloudy day for the Isles of Scilly tomorrow with the risk of showery

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rain but not in any great amount. These are our times of high water.

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The waves along the north coast are bigger than we have seen for wild.

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Conditions and a southerly wind but choppy on the south coast and six

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feet here. Southerly winds of three to five and it will fear west

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south-westerly later. Occasional mist and fog patches will reduce the

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visibility to poor or very poor at times and the sea state is moderate

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or rough. This is how it shapes up as we head through the next few

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days. I know it doesn't look very inspiring but bear with me. We have

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got milder in place and it gets milder at the beginning of next

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week. There are rumours of 16 or 17 degrees for the beginning of next

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week but it won't be for us, but we are in the same mild air mass. On

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Sunday the best chance is to the east of any high ground but

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elsewhere sunny spells could come through as well. It will be largely

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dry and any rain is likely to be on Saturday night or Sunday night.

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Overall the winds are quite like so when sunshine comes through it

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should feel fairly pleasant and quite a lot like spring. Mild into

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the beginning of next week but turning cooler and more typical

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towards the middle of next week. Thank you very much.

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That is all from Spotlight tonight but now for a real treat we have

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Daisy Clark singing live for us, her version of Hopelessly Devoted To

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You. Have a good weekend. # guess mine is not the first

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heartbroken. # my eyes are not the first to see

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-- cry. # I'm not the first to know there's just no getting over you. #

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I know I'm just a fool who is willing. # had to sit around and

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wait for you. # but baby can't you see? # there's nothing else for me

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to do. # I'm hopelessly devoted to you. # but now there's nowhere to

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hide since you pushed my lover side. # I'm out of my head. # hopelessly

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devoted to you. # hopelessly devoted to you. # hopelessly devoted to you.

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