17/03/2017 Spotlight


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Good evening from Spotlight. so it's goodbye from me

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The future of RMB Chivenor, tonight the defence secretary offers

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It's not a done deal. We want to give everybody time to discuss the

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future of the site with the local community. And come up with the best

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answer for the Royal Marines and the best answer for Chivenor.

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First plans to close the base were announced

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now with a potential lifeline we'll ask where it leaves the base

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50 years ago tomorrow every drop of crude oil on the Torrey Canyon

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We'll hear about the wildlife which has only recently fully recovered.

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And we'll see how the moments leading up to the disaster

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Plus, goodbye to the sky, the long history of Lynx helicopters

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in the South West draws to a close in style.

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And this is where the jet stream will live this weekend. It means

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unsettled weather. I will give you the details.

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There are calls for clarity tonight after the Defence Secretary raised

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the prospect that the Royal Marine base in North Devon may

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The MOD had previously announced it was destined for closure.

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While Michael Fallon's suggestion that the move to shut Chivenor

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was not "a done deal" raises hopes for North Devon the future

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Kirk England spoke to the defence secretary

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At Chivenor today Michael Fallon saw first hand what it's

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like to save a life on the battlefield.

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At the same time, the future of the place itself

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Speaking four months ago it looks like a closure was inevitable.

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We are getting out of some of the more rural locations,

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We want to give everybody a time to explore the various

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options for these sites, and Chivenor is a very large site.

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The airfield is no longer used, for example, to discuss

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the future of the site, with the local community and come up

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with the best answer for the Royal Marines and the best

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So no done deal on the closure of the base in Chivenor.

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I'm very pleased that he said what he said today about what's

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happening, a second chance, if you like.

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Michael Fallon made clear the intention is that the Royal

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Marines will consolidate in Plymouth, but around

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that it seems to me there's a lot of options.

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For him not to have ruled out the future use of RMB

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Chivenor as a military site is a big step forward.

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Business leaders want more clarity on what happens

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next for a base that, according to the local

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Liberal Democrats, generates ?40 million a year

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If it's not a done deal, then obviously, we need to find out

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more about what could possibly happen, because if they are going

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to retain part of it, then that could be good.

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And then look at development for the rest of it.

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If it's all going to move to Plymouth, then we need to look

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And its the big site, with 1200 military personnel

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There's been strong campaigning to keep the base open,

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but some say a closure is still on the cards.

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I think the secretary of state was making as positive as organised

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as he could about working with the local community,

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but at the end of the day he's got to deliver the maximum capital

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receipt to the public purse, that, I there, were probably

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Done deal or not, a decision on the future of this base

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Kirk England, BBC Spotlight, Chivenor.

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Onto some of the day's other stories.

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Somerset County Council is to sue Carillion,

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the main contractor building a relief road for Taunton

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The two sides are blaming each other for the delays and cost overruns

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understood to run to more than ?10 million.

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There is still no date set for the opening of the road.

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Carillion says it's working with the council to reach a mutually

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satisfactory conclusion to their differences.

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Western Power Distribution says work to restore electricity to Scilly

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has been delayed again because of poor weather.

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The company said cable experts have been working to assess the damage

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to the power supply since Monday, but the weather forecast has forced

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They are hoping to get back to work on Tuesday.

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The 2,000 islanders have been relying on generators

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Eight new beaches including Tregonhawke in Whitsand Bay

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are being put forward for special bathing water status.

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Water samples would need to be taken and tested on a regular basis

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81 beaches around Cornwall are currently monitored.

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It was the day we changed our whole attitude to marine life and almost

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exactly 50 years on some creatures have only just fully recovered

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The super tanker hit rocks off Cornwall leaving beaches around

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Thousands of seabirds died and livelihoods were damaged

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in what remains the country's worst environmental disaster.

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In a moment we'll look at the lasting impact

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of the Torrey Canyon but first on the eve of the 50th

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anniversary of the accident Eleanor Parkinson looks back.

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Impaled on a reef, seven miles north of Scilly,

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the supertanker the Torrey Canyon lies broken, oil pouring from

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She's carrying 120,000 tonnes of crude oil.

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The oil slick expands, eventually stretching

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across 270 square miles, as it creeps towards the Cornish

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coast a massive operation begins to save beaches and wildlife.

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The army, the RAF, and the Navy are involved along

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Among them, fire officers Eric Trout and John Allen.

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John recorded the event as an official photographer,

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today they recalling the horrors of what they found.

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You got your feet on it, and you slid all over the place.

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It was like having a bath, when you leave the scum around the bath.

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That's what it was like, all around the basins, the cliffs,

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Over the next few days tens of thousands of tonnes of detergent

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was sprayed over the beaches to try and break up the oil.

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The main role of the Fire Service was setting pumps in and washing

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down after the detergent had been applied.

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There's been criticism of the detergent, because one

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realised that caused problems in itself, doesn't it?

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What I did here in the end, it would have been better to have

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Because the organisms in the sand would have eaten it faster

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than what we did by killing off the organisms by

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It was an environmental catastrophe, 15,000 sea birds died

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It was terrible to see these birds flapping around,

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Trying to get out of the oil, and they couldn't.

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In fact, my friend here was saying earlier, the word filling barrels up

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It's not the kind of thing people want to see.

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A week after she was grounded the Torrey Canyon began to break up,

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releasing even more ideal into the sea.

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The decision was taken to destroy the vessel,

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for two whole days the RAF under Navy bombed the ship,

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they also dropped napalm to try and burn off oil.

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And, occasionally, you could smell the smoke

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The Torrey Canyon eventually sank leaving behind a legacy that would

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last for many years. Part of that legacy

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is the lessons learned. The disaster led to the creation

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of new maritime regulations on pollution and changes

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to the construction of tankers. Our Environment Correspondent Adrian

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Campbell reports on the impact. These crabs are gorgeous. You can

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see their little claws, they are read. Do you think the population is

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growing? Richard is a biologist who has been

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managing marine life in Cornwall for 50 years. He is delighted to see

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this clap is finally making a comeback.

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Many thought it was last altogether after oil from the Torrey Canyon in

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Gulf this beach near Padstow and toxic detergent made things even

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worse. We found that this beach was

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completely bare. Almost everything on it had been killed. Not because

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of the oil, but because of the detergent. Within four or five years

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it was stable again. It wasn't exactly the same as before, we can't

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tell, because we didn't know. One thing we do know is that the

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Torrey Canyon ended up of course. Here in Plymouth captain Richard

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Phillips uses the latest technology to recreate the moments leading up

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to the disaster. We are heading north at the moment.

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The Isles of Scilly are over there, the Cornish coast is about 40 miles

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over there. We are heading up in the gap between them.

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Back in 1967 they weren't fancy graphics and computers like this

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available to the captains of oil tankers. The captain of the Torrey

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Canyon thought he was coming into the north of the Isles of Scilly,

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but he was down here, so he did deliberately decided to coming

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through here. He went straight across.

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You've got 50 metres of water and sand.

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It's almost perpendicular. There isn't really anything to see, is

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there? It's just rocks. No. It's going down quite quickly, Liz and

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it? We've run aground. These days there are very few big pollution

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incidents at sea, partly because of design changes. The Torrey Canyon

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was one of the largest oil tankers of its day, with a standard single

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skin Halley drizzly pierced by submerged rocks around the Isles of

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Scilly. As a result there was agreement that all new tankers would

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have double skinned pals making them more robust. There has also been in

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significant shift in attitudes. The Torrey Canyon was one of the

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first stages which started bad roads to environmental awareness. It's not

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just about nature, it's our interaction and the benefits we get

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from a clean environment. There is a positive, or for the past 15 years

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here the wildlife and habitats have recovered. Things are looking good.

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Adrian Campbell, BBC Spotlight, Padstow.

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With bombs used try to sink the tanker and burn off

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the remaining oil, events of 50 years ago tomorrow could hardly

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I'm joined now by one man who remembers it well,

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Good evening, you were one of the people ordered to drop

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1,000lb bombs on the stricken tanker?

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Yes, very pleased to be able to have. I'm quite sure it was a great

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help. We came in on the morning of the 28th, ten days after the tanker

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had gone aground. They were moving thousand pound bombs out there. This

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is your logbook. Just pointers... You can see it, can't you? Somewhere

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down here, it says bombing be Torrey Canyon. Right at the bottom of the

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page. Then I went out on the 29th is doing the same thing. It must be

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tricky, that smoke would be rising from the burning oil. There was a

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lot of smoke around, but we must remember that once we had set the

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thing on fire, because all of the bottom had been ripped out,

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naturally, what happened was the tide would come in and put out the

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fire. So down would go the tide again, and back we would go and bomb

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again. Then the smoke would start. Smoke was one of the interesting

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things. I was stationed in the far north of Scotland, and flying south

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after we cross the Scottish border we could see this great plume of

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black smoke coming up, 200, 250 miles away. The smoke was going up

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to about 30,000 feet. It was a perfect spring day, absolutely clear

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with hardly wind at all. Did you ever expect this is what you

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would do in your career? Certainly in wartime one would consider

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something like that, but not in this case, where one was hoping a

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community and is trying to save the disaster that all this oil was

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causing. It's difficult because some of the

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bombs would have missed their target. Those days we bombed

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differently, and some didn't explode, is that right?

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I don't understand the word missed, of course, we didn't do anything

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like that! But the technology we had at that stage, you could put a bomb

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down within about 100 feet of where you really wanted to be. But if you

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dropped for you could get a struggle.

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A fighting chance. Was it the right action? There is no doubt in my mind

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it was. They looked at how they could actually get rid of the oil,

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could they bring in a smaller tanker alongside it and promptly idle

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across, but I'm afraid but was just too hard, and it was too shallow.

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They had tried all of the detergent is type of thing, but they couldn't

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deal with this treacle like oil that they had. We had to get rid of that

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from the ship itself, and the only way of doing that is to get

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something down inside each and every tank. They were 16 tanks and we had

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to get ?1000 bombs into each and every tank. That bomb generated

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enough feat in itself to be able to set fire to the oil that was in

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there. We know it's changed our view of

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marine life, and obviously has a lasting impact on your life as well.

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Thank you very much for joining us tonight.

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It's time for the sport now and you wait all year for a final

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What a busy weekend we've got coming up are you tired

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On the last day of the Cheltenham Festival, Devon jockey Bryony Frost

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was all smiles as she celebrated the biggest win of her

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career holding on to win the Foxhunters Chase in a tight

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The 21-year-old from Buckfastleigh was on Pacha du Polder

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which was the horse ridden by Olympic cyclist Victoria

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Pendleton last year in what's seen as the amateur's Gold Cup.

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Bryony was cheered on to victory by her Grand National winning father

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Jimmy Frost who nearly completed the course himself, on foot.

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In the biggest race of the day, Lizzie Kelly's bid to become

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the first female jockey to finish the Cheltenham Gold Cup

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The 23-year-old who's based in north Devon,

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seen here in orange, was unseated from Tea

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for Two at the second fence to end her dream of making history.

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Somerset trainer Colin Tizzard had better luck.

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Despite seeing one of his two horses fall at the third to last,

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his other, Native River, finished the race in third.

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Exeter Chiefs' winger Jack Nowell has had to settle

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for a place on the bench for England's Six Nations Grand Slam

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And there'll be more drama on Sunday when the south west takes

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The Chiefs are in their third consecutive Anglo-Welsh Cup

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final against the Tigers and the Plymouth Raiders face

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the Riders in basketball's BBL Trophy final.

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When you're a 6ft 7" basketball player, Sandy Park is a good place

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to find someone you can talk to eye to eye, about the

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I'm from Sydney Australia. I'm from Detroit, Michigan. And I'll be

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playing against Leicester Tigers in the Anglo Welsh cup. I'll be playing

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for the Plymouth Raiders against the Leicester Tigers. What's going on,

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man? It's a crazy place. It's pretty cool. With the final coming up with

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pretty excited. Likewise, man.

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Will your boys be nervous? You know how it is, big game but we are ready

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for it. How have they been going this season? Leicester? They've been

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pretty good. Top of the table right now. We took it into overtime. An

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awesome game on Sunday? Yeah, you've got Leicester to? Yeah, the boys are

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pretty excited. A tough match. Everyone is pumped. We're looking

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forward to it. Nervous but excited. How are you mentally preparing for

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it yourself? I take it easy, to be honest. All systems go, hopefully.

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Absolutely, man. When you were in New Zealand did you get a chance to

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play? Lets see what I've got, man. All right. You've been practising!

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On the other side. No, no, let's see what you got with this. Let me see

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you move. I'll! And don't forget you can

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watch the basketball live on the BBC website -

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tip off is at half Looking back at the rugby

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and our Championship teams are both in action on Saturday but the big

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match is obviously that cup final If you can't get there don't worry,

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Radio Devon will have all the build up and full match

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commentary from 2:30. Plymouth Argyle can move a step

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closer to automatic promotion to League One when they welcome

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Morecambe to Home Park tomorrow. With just nine games left

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the Pilgrims are ten points clear Exeter City and Luton Town are two

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of teams in that chasing pack and they face each

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other in Bedfordshire. Yeovil host Accrington

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in the other game in League Two. And before I go, just a quick update

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on 13-year-old Siam Juntakeret, from Bodmin, who's trying to become

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the fastest child to cycle almost He's nearly half way

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there as he starts his third week and about to hit the hardest part

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of the challenge, We're hoping to speak to him soon

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to see how he's doing. They have been flying the skies

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of the South West for decades but today the Royal Navy's Lynx

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helicopters began saying goodbye. They were based on Portland

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in Dorset before moving to Yeovilton Today the aircraft, which saw action

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in the Falklands in both Gulf Wars, retraced their history flying

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between some of their former bases before they're decommissioned

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at the end of the month. Laurence Herdman

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watched from Portland. Airborne for one final time, a

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diamond formation matching a polished history. Everything

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meticulous, just as it always has been. To Portland, than a hop to

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Hampshire. The joy of this aircraft, it does a little bit of everything.

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Load lifting, winching, it's got weaponry, anti-submarine weapons,

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anti surface weapons. It's PIE in the sky, search and rescue, troop

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movement. It's one of the fastest helicopters in the world, it's very,

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very capable. It's so manoeuvrable. Every responses fell to do the

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aircraft. It manoeuvres just how you wanted

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to. Defence cuts in the 90s prompted a move to Yeovil town in Somerset,

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away from Portland, but the Lynx response remained undeterred. From

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the waters of the South Atlantic to the sands of the Persian Gulf, the

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Lynx has flown its colours in three modern-day wars, for many bringing

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memories flooding back including one useful person. It seemed everyone

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wanted to stray the milestone. Most had a story to tell. Some of

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the memories I've got our fun memories. Fun memories. Of working

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with the boys, the aircrew, and it was brilliant.

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It really was good. It's a wonderful helicopter that served the country

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for 41 years. You have to say farewell to it. It's so sad we don't

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have anything to replace it. It's a special day. Portland is only a

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station with a family atmosphere anyway because of its heritage with

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the wasp. There was always that community. But small is station.

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This high-speed multirole here to helicopter rose to all its

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challenges. It made the goodbye to be Lynx from Portland, but exciting

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new adventures beckon. And still some signs of those Lynx

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helicopters on Portland. The end of any row. Some grey skies there, but

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David, a gorgeous sunrise behind you? Is it getting better?

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You are so optimistic! No, it's not. Hello, good evening. This was this

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morning in Dorset. A glorious sunrise in Dorset. Some nice blue

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skies in Lyme Regis. Actually, it's worked out quite well, a decent bit

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of sunshine. These guys have been greyer further west. In court while

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these cloud arrived swiftly. That's what's going to happen this weekend.

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The cloud sticks with us. Limited blues guys. Not much opportunity for

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sunrises or sunsets. Cloudy, breezy, rain at times. Some of the rain

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heavy tomorrow morning. It will ease away. Dried on Sunday. A great train

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of cloud stretches from us right across the Atlantic as far as the

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eastern seaboard of the United States, and its of cloud that is

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being steered towards us over the weekend. A couple of weather fronts

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trickle in and out across the United Kingdom, sometimes Kingdom,

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sometimes north, sometimes sounds, all the while keeping as cloudy.

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Eventually, this weather front will clear the south coast. How quickly

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that happens on Monday is uncertain. Behind it, from the north-west, is

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colder air. Mild air and fake cover of cloud across the South West of

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England. It's starting to introduce outbreaks of rain. This was Central

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Park where our cameraman was trying to catch a glimpse up towards

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Plymouth Sound. If you hold in that cloud but it's become quite

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extensive. If you find spots of drizzle arriving in this part of

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Devon. At least the fly are about, and a bit of moisture want to the

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farms all farmers any harm at all. It is going to be breezy, westerly

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winds. Some more persistent rain at times overnight and do tomorrow. It

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will be mild, temperature of overnight between eight and 10

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degrees. Tomorrow, an overcast day, outbreaks of rain, the rain begins

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to move away in the afternoon. Drier conditions in the second half of the

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day. Westerly winds, temperatures shouldn't fall below ten or 11

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degrees. Around Torbay, quite across the Somerset levels being quite mild

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despite the rain and wind. That's the forecast for the Isles of

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Scilly. It may brighten up a little bit, windy with she was in the

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morning, brighter still the afternoon. There's times of high

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water along the south coast, 749 and 2009. And for servers, earlier this

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week we had some lovely serve, now the winds are strong, limited

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opportunities for anything clean. Most of the beaches along the north

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coast will be messy, big waves, between six and eight feet. Here is

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the coastal waters forecast: Outlook is little change. Sunday, the cloud

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not quite so dark, still a lot of cloud for much of the weekend. Winds

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aren't quite so strong on Sunday. Then Matt weather front I talked

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about on Monday will arrive in the morning, more persistent and

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widespread rain, that will go through at some point later in the

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day and introduces colder air. Next week it's somewhat fresher. But also

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brighter. Have a nice weekend. We'll cling on to what hope we can.

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