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A billion pound investment to shave 15 minutes off rail journeys.

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But tonight, there are questions over where that money

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We have the inside track on which part of the line will benefit.

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Also tonight: the threats and abuse aimed at health officials overseeing

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Staff are being verbally abused when they are going about their business

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on the street, when they are not on work time and I think that is wholly

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inappropriate. how these beavers could provide

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the answer to cost-effective And counting a host

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of golden daffodils - work gets under way to record

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the number of varieties It's always been the slow train

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coming, but today came the news that journeys from Exeter

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to London's Waterloo The new operators of

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the South West Trains route are set to invest ?1.2 billion

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across the network. The Waterloo journey currently takes

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just over three and a quarter hours. It's slower than the more popular

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Exeter to Paddington route, because most of the line is single

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track and high-speed but in future it could be up

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to 15 minutes quicker. That news has been applauded

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by passengers, but some rail campaigners say there's no real

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new investment for the region and rail users west of Exeter

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will feel no benefit at all. We'll have reaction

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from Cornwall in a moment, The Waterloo line is

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picturesque but slow. The news of this investment,

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with the new and more frequent trains cutting journey times

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from the south-west to London by up to 15 minutes,

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has been welcomed by passengers. It would mean we could get up

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there quicker to go to the theatre, which is what we like to do,

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go there with the children at It would be excellent to get more

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options for people to travel I think better trains are required

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because they can be a little bit grubby sometimes and more

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reliability, obviously if you've got plans in London,

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you can obviously fulfil them It's a long journey and there's

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a lot of stops there, which leaves us all out

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in the sticks a little bit and I believe, obviously,

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a direct train between Exeter and London that is a lot faster

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would be useful for people. Importantly, the Waterloo line

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is less vulnerable to flooding. It doesn't travel through

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the Cowley Bridge junction, north of Exeter, nor

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the Somerset Levels, both But there is no news of investment

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at Dawlish where the line has repeatedly been cut by storms

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or further in to Devon and Cornwall. We need to have a second reliable,

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resilient rail network here in the south-west and whilst

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this is definitely a positive move, it is not something we should

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be taking focus of. We need to continue with the efforts

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of the south-west campaign, the peninsular task force and keep

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very much the government's feet The new franchise for the Waterloo

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line has been won by First Group. They also run trains

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on the Paddington line, leaving some to raise concerns

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about a lack of competition. The new service will be operating

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from here to Waterloo in August. In the next few months,

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the government are due to announce their proposals

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regarding what to do Interesting and important

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times are ahead for Well, the announcement today might

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be good news for passengers in Devon and the east of the region,

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but there's little if any benefit for those travelling

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by train from Cornwall. Passengers in the county have been

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promised faster journey times to the capital on the mainline

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to Paddington, but that's Spotlight's John Ayres has been

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in Cornwall gauging reaction. Rail passengers here,

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like fare payers right across the country, want to feel

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like they are being treated equally. Here in Penzance, it can feel

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like the nation's capital is a very, Any rail investment will be welcomed

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by passengers, but Cornwall Penzance via Exeter

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via Tiverton Parkway and up to Paddington is definitely

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the route that needs Let's hope they are able to find

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funds to do this part I suppose if that part becomes very

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fast, I would probably go to Exeter It is much more economical

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and better for me to go The problem with rail travel

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in Cornwall is how long it It is about 180 miles

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from London Paddington to Exeter. The fastest train does

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it in just two hours, that's an average speed of 90 mph,

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but then from Exeter to Penzance it's 120 miles

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and that takes three hours, so the average speed

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has more than halved. What we need to do is get

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a time in the morning where a train goes from Truro,

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St Austell, Exeter and on to London, that will stop all those stops,

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so a real commuter line if you like, for business people travelling

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to London and one on the way That will open up Cornwall

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to businesses in the The investment this time is private

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money from the franchise operators. The Transport Minister,

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Paul Maynard, says this announcement is about the South Western trains

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franchise and rail passengers in Cornwall will see improvements

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to rolling stock by the end Well, Andrew Roden is a rail expert

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and author and is live I have been taking a look through

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the announcement. There is a lot of talk of improvements east but what

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sort of impact will this have on passages in our bit of the

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Southwest? I guess passengers from Poole and Weymouth will not object

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to faster journeys to London, but on the west, it looks like it is

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refurbished rolling stock, free Wi-Fi, it does look thin. What about

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this issue of first group now being involved in the mainline franchise

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and the South West trains franchise? What are the implications from that?

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It is not clear. It may be the competition in markets authority

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takes an interest but the key competition is not between Great

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Western Railway and South West trains, it is much more about

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competition between railways the car and there. There has been talk of

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?1.2 billion of investment today. How much of that do you think we are

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likely to see in the bit from Exeter up? I suspect very little. The

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reality is the vast majority of passengers travel into London from

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much closer, so that is where you spend the money, but the Southwest

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receives little transport money, joint lowest in England and the

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question must be asked, when are we going to get our fair share? If this

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is the statement, we may have some problems in the Southwest in years

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to come. You are in Cornwall tonight and we have had the concerns from

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passages that they do not benefit from this. When can passengers in

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Cornwall expect to see the much promised faster journey time is up

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from Penzance to the capital on the mainline? I guess it may be the case

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that when the new hybrid diesel electric trains coming from next

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year we might see some journey times then, but the reality is unless you

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want to spend billions, shortening journey times between Cornwall and

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London will cost a fortune and the money is not there. In the real

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world, journey times for state, four, five hours from London to

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Penzance with little improvement is any time soon. Thank you very much

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for joining us. Now a brief roundup of other stories

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making the news in the South West. The case of a young mother,

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who was killed by a speeding driver in a head-on crash near Bodmin,

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was heard at Truro Sabrina Bellman, who was on holiday

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from Hampshire, was on her way home from a Christmas pantomime

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with her family when 31-year-old Daniel Smith, from St Teath,

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hit them on Boxing Day in 2015. He's admitted causing death

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by careless driving, The trial began today of a Plymouth

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soldier accused of stabbing 26-year-old Jay Nava

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of the Royal Citadel is charged with murdering 26-year-old

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Natasha Wake in The court heard Natasha was stabbed

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after she discovered he was being investigated

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for a sexual offence. Four small banks in Devon

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are closing this week, because they say they're getting

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fewer customers through the door Lloyds is shutting its branches

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in Dartmouth, Salcombe, It's starting a new mobile service

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in the areas affected. Work starts tonight on a ?250,000

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scheme to install average speed cameras on the A38 and A380

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at Splatford Split, near Exeter. Highways England says the cameras

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along a two and a half mile stretch of the eastbound carriageway

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will improve safety. Cornwall had a record year

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for tourists last year, according to a report out today,

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with Tintagel Castle among the UK attractions

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with the biggest rise in visitors. The Association of Leading Visitor

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Attractions says the castle had nearly 230,000 visits,

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that's a rise of 19 %. "Unacceptable abuse",

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that's what NHS managers in Devon, involved in controversial proposed

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cuts to health services, are facing, according to one local health

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commissioning group. The New Devon CCG claims senior

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staff are being verbally abused at public meetings and in the street

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and that some online comments use language

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that is physically threatening. There is no doubt people

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feel strongly about In North Devon, even

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the clergy are speaking out. But it has been claimed that passion

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and opinion in some circumstances We are seeing online

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postings of threatening Staff are experiencing abuse

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and threatening behaviour in public meetings and much more worrying

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really, staff are being verbally abused when they are going

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about their business, in the street, when they are not

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on work time and I think At the end of this meeting,

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local NHS chief executive Alison Diamond had to be escorted

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out of the building by the police. There is no suggestion people

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shown here were abusive. But there is also concern about some

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online comments with social media posts like this one that show

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individual members of NHS management under the headline,

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"Not wanted by the public." One comment on the same site says

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an NHS manager has "a face One campaigner from

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Save Our Hospital Services says We would abhor any sort of violence

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or threats to other human beings. We have many visitors

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to our page, 11,000 in all. We cannot be responsible for those

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people who want to put on things perhaps many of us,

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most of us would not approve of. No crimes have been reported,

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but the CCG says it is getting advice from police about what to do

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if things get worse. Beavers could be the answer

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to our flooding problems. It's one solution based on fact

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thanks to a six-year secret trial in Devon which has proved

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the animals' natural It could save millions of pounds

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on other high-tech solutions, and as Adrian Campbell reports,

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in a region which has suffered its fair share

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of flooding over the years, the results make for

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interesting conclusions. The return of beavers

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to the River Otter in East Devon has But in another part of Devon,

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at a secret location sealed off by electric fencing,

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another group of beavers The results of their hard work over

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the past six years can There has been a dramatic change

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in the landscape where they have been living and working,

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with the creation of a network This is one of 13 dams along a 200

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metre stretch of this watercourse and you can see there is evidence of

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recent activity here by the beavers. When you look closely you can see

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how big and deep V stands are becoming. Research is from the

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University of Exeter have been monitoring the way the beavers have

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changed the watercourse. The black lines represent the new dams and the

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area of blue our new pools. You can see that damn that runs along the

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face there. Mark Elliott says this project has shown how beavers can

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provide cost-effective flood defences. When water surges in

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during a flood, those palms and the dams hold the water back and it

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comes back here much slower as the dams are slowing the flow of flood

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water. It can only help to reduce the speed of flood water coming down

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into the communities that live in the lower part of the catchment. The

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University of Exeter's data shows flooding can be slowed by beavers.

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The chopping down of trees and building of dams seems to work.

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Conservationists are keen to persuade politicians that areas of

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flooding might benefit from this type of natural engineering.

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David's here with the weather later and he's making the most

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Not that way, this way. We find out about the exciting future of

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bounty's and. And join me as we try to identify how many types of

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daffodils there are on the tame are badly.

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It's time for the sport now - and there was a lot

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Just three wins from their last seven games is all Plymouth Argyle

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need to guarantee promotion from League Two.

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Victory over league leaders Doncaster has also thrown the title

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Exeter City are one of the teams in the chasing pack

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and they produced an incredible late comeback in the South West

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derby with Yeovil, as Andy Birkett reports.

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The childhood friendship between Darren Ferguson

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and Derek Adams was put on hold when their teams met on Sunday,

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and the home side being denied an early penalty did nothing

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to improve the atmosphere in the dugout.

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Then it was down to skipper Luke McCormick to keep denying them.

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First, a reaction save from close range.

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Then more of a team effort to clear this shot off the line.

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It's not the number of chances you create that people remember.

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It's the number of chances you take and Argyle took theirs.

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Sonny Bradley left unmarked at the back post and his bullet

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There was some more nervy moments, but the defence held firm.

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The only thing to hit the back of the Argyle

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The win narrows the gap at the top to three points,

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but more importantly it means the gap between them

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You've got to be a bit careful about ccelebrating too early.

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As Yeovil found out at St James Park.

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It took an hour for this match to come alive and before

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the Glovers move it, they were two up.

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You could be forgiven for thinking it was all over.

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However, on the stroke of full-time the unthinkable happened.

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In just 238 seconds, Exeter scored three goals.

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It probably took radio Devon's Alan Richardson a little bit

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longer to get his heart rate back down.

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The shot has latched onto the post and into the back of the net

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and City do get one back very late on.

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They've committed everybody forward for this corner.

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And it's a header and City has another one!

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It is Exeter City's 3, Yeovil Town 3.

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That result has kept Exeter City in the last of the play-off

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Who knows how important that point might be at the end of the season.

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The Exeter Chiefs staged a decent comeback to beat

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The win boosts their hopes of securing a home semifinal

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Despite an early Kai Horstmann try, the Chiefs found themselves 14

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Then Luke Cowan-Dickie, Olly Woodburn and Don Armand crossed

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Conditions at Sandy Park were blustery and played their part.

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For a while, Exeter were level on points with leaders Wasps,

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but are still in second place after Wasps won yesterday.

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There are four games left, so their destiny

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And all our other rugby sides won too, so well done

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to The Cornish Pirates, Jersey and Plymouth Albion.

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The Plymouth Raiders came out on top of a game that has huge implications

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They brought south-west rivals Bristol Flyers down to earth

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They needed to bounce back from last weekend's trophy final defeat

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and did it in style in front of a home crowd at the Pavilions.

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A win for Bristol would have put the two teams level in the league,

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but it's the Raiders who pull away from their rivals with the important

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Getting to the business end of everyone's season now -

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All to play for. Exactly. I hope Alan Richardson is resting his

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voice! Now, you may remember a while ago

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we spoke with international professional sailor Conrad Humphreys

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about his epic 4,000 mile He had been part of the TV series

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Mutiny, which recreated the conditions of Captain Bligh's

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crew as they were Now, as the series comes to an end,

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Johnny Rutherford has been discovering what the replica boat,

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now belonging to Conrad, More to starboard. Are you sure?

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Come on. When are you going to let me have it out on the water? Who

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survived in this? It is remarkable when you stand here and think, seven

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metres long, nine of us, a metre of space each, this is what we lived on

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for 60 days. And the rough sea conditions matched Captain Bligh's

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journey. Nine men crammed into this boat as part of a reality TV series.

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Conrad Humphreys now owns the vessel. Get in and have a sleep.

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This is where I would have been sleeping. Pull yourself in. You lie

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down like that, feet that end. And there were certainly plenty of

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waves. Surviving on the same small rations as Captain Bligh's crew,

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Conrad and his team struggled. The hardest thing was dehydration. Paul

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the barn out. We planned on two litres a day but by the end we were

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down to half a litre a day. You survived but what are you going to

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do with the boat? IM with the bounty project and the idea is to put it

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back on the water with young, disadvantaged and disabled children.

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A chance to experience a little bit of Captain Bligh magic. You can also

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go off and visit schools. That includes talks this week at Exeter

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and Plymouth universities. From the South Pacific to the seas of the

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Southwest. Now, do you know the difference

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between your paperwhites, Well, they're all different types

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of daffodils and a group of volunteers in the Tamar Valley

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have been taught how It's all part of the Heralds

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of Spring project and as Heidi Davey's been finding

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out, the group have been using their new skills to record

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the different varieties. There are thousands of different

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types of daffodils, but trying to find out what thrives where,

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that is the tricky bit. Thanks to funding from

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the Heritage Lottery, a survey is now underway

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in the Tamar Valley to look People don't necessarily need

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to know what they are. As long as we can photograph them

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and we can get the measurements and the total colours

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and everything, then we can go to a local expert who has more

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of an idea of what they all are. We were saying earlier that these

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could date back 30-odd years, We have one local landowner

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who thinks there are over 60 varieties on his land and,

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of course, they were grubbed up And for the volunteers,

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it has been back to the classroom to learn how they can help preserve

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this area of outstanding I wanted to find out more

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about them and particularly We are trying to find older ones,

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so bit by bit, we're learning which are the modern-looking ones,

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which are the older-looking ones. That particularly has

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a lovely long trumpet. And the petals as well,

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the way they are starred. It is those beautiful

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characteristics that make daffodils just so popular over the centuries,

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summed up best, of course, "I wandered lonely as a cloud, that

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floats on high over vales and hills, "when all at once I saw a crowd,

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a host of golden daffodils." Gorgeous! Beautiful! A real sign of

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spring. Because it does feel like spring, we thought we would elevate

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David to the roof of the studios. Good evening. You are not seeing me

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right now because we thought we would show you the view out towards

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Plymouth. It is a bit bracing up here, there is a cold wind from the

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East but the sunshine has been glorious today and we have had

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temperatures of 16, 17 degrees. This is from one side of Plymouth Sound.

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This is from the other leg and we have had some lovely sunshine today.

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That sunshine is pretty hazy, there has been quite thick haze right

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across the Southwest and there is a fair amount of medium and high level

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cloud coming into night but for many of us, a lovely end to the day. The

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forecast for the next couple of days is to see a bit of a change. These

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were the scenes from earlier today, down in Cornwall where we had some

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Boreas sunshine. Some lovely sunshine across other parts of

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Cornwall, into Devon. The sunshine continues to be pretty good for the

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last hour before the sun sets, but overnight tonight we will see more

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cloud coming up from the south and the sunshine is bringing out the

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flowers. This week it is unsettled. There will be some showers dotted

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around and towards the end of the week, it will turn colder. The veil

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of cloud that is approaching from the West, it is a long way off and

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it will get closer through the night to come, introducing more cloud. A

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week weather front will drift past us, a few showers associated with

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that, right conditions in the afternoon tomorrow but by Wednesday

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and Thursday, more unsettled conditions. Winds from the Southwest

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and the chance of outbreaks of rain. Until the cold front goes through on

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Friday, some warmth still with us as well. You can see most of us have

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been unbroken sunshine today and that continues this evening and

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through the night to come, until the end of the night when more cloud

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will arrive in the West and that might be capable of producing a few

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showers. Overnight temperatures of five or 6 degrees across parts of

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Somerset and Dorset, most of us holding up at 7 degrees. A few

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showers in the morning but brighter tomorrow afternoon. Temperatures up

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to 15, 16 degrees. For the Isles of Scilly, there is thick cloud capable

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of producing a few spots of rain especially during the latter part of

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the day. There are our times of high water. Those times are in British

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summer Time and for our surface, the north coast will be rather choppy.

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We are seeing some choppy sea conditions developing and the winds

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increase and they could be well backed up to a force five or six.

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Some warmth still until we get to the end of the week when we start to

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see a few showers, especially on Friday and into Saturday. From the

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roof here, back to that one studio. Thank you, David. It looks very nice

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there. Nice to end the programme with lighter evenings. From all of

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us here, good night.

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