hello. this is bbc news. the headlines. theresa may has refused to say whether she knew about a failed trident missile test when mps were voting to renew the weapons system. i have absolute faith in our trident missiles. when i made that speech in the house of commons, what we were talking about was whether or not we should renew our trident. hewing trade, nato and brexit are likely to be high on the agenda when the prime minister meets donald trump this friday. president trump and his white house team have launched a furious attack on the media, accusing them of lying about the size of the crowds at his inauguration on friday. a court in iran rejects an appeal against a five year prison sentence given to a woman with dual british and iranian citizenship — accused of security offences. andy murray's hopes of winning a first australian open title ended
with a shock defeat by world number 50 mischa zverev of germany in the fourth round. now it's time for sports day. hello and welcome to sportsday — i'm james pearce. our headlines this evening. melbourne misery for murray. he's dumped out of the australian open in the fourth round. costa's comeback. he scores on his return to the chelsea team as the league leaders beat hull. and finally a win against india for england's cricketers. a big shock in melbourne,
with andy murray knocked out of the australian open in the fourth round by a player ranked number 50 in the world. the briton was beaten in four sets by germany's mischa zverev. it's the lowest ranked player to beat murray in a grand slam event for ten years. katie gornall reports. andy murray leaves melbourne having missed an opportunity. with novak djokovic out, the draw had opened up for him. his path had been blocked by an unexpected obstacle. he played extremely well, especially at the end of the match, he did come up with some great stuff and deserved to win. mischa zverev isn't even the best player in the family, his younger brother alex is said to be the one to watch. and nobody saw this coming. after losing the first set
against a player ranked 50 places below him, murray tried to repair the damage. he levelled the match but the german proved an awkward opponent. his game plan was to serve and volley. an old—fashioned approach. here it was brilliantly effective. eventually murray ran out of ideas and games. five times he's been runner—up in melbourne but this year's open has been anything but predictable. one british player who has defied expectations is dan evans, playing in the fourth round of a grand slam for the first time, he made a promising start againstjo—wilfried tsonga. but the 12th seed's heavy hitting took a toll, and evans was eventually overpowered. he may have lost here, but evans has won something important in australia, respect. johanna konta is now the remaining british player in the singles. you can follow her progress overnight on radio 5 live sports extra and the bbc sport website. chelsea have gone eight
points clear at the top of the premier league. they beat hull city 2—0, in a game that was delayed by 9 minutes as hull's ryan mason was stretchered off with a head injury. diego costa, back in the chelsea team after an alleged fall out with a fitness coach, had put them ahead during that lengthy first half injury time. hull probably should have had a penalty after marcos alonso fouled abel hernandez early in the second half. chelsea were made to work hard for the three points but gary cahill made result save ten from time. it's now the eighth home win in a row in the league. arsenal have moved up to second place in the premier league, but only after some very late drama at the emirates. the home side's winner came in the 97th minute. arsenal took the lead in the 59th minute. mustafi with his first goalfor arsenal. they had to play the last 25 minutes with ten men. granit xhaka shown a straight red card for this tackle. then came the late goals.
burnley were awarded a penalty in the 93rd minute. andre gray scored and burnley thought they were celebrating a point. but then in the seventh minute of added time, arsenal won a penalty themselves and alexis sanchez settled the match. it was very difficult for us. we couldn't score the second goal. we played with ten men. they played well. it was always an intense game. and in the end we got three points, what we wanted. but maybe much less comfortable than we could have envisaged it during the game at some stage. to be fairto to be fair to arsenal, they are a fine site, they came at us but then they retreat in numbers. we had to get bodies forward. we wanted to make it uncomfortable. it paid off in the end with a penalty that was a
penalty. after that you are really thinking their chance might be something like a corner or a set piece situations. leicester city's problems continue. they are still waiting for a first premier league away win of the season — after they were beaten 3—0 by southampton. the saints ended their own poor run of form, set on their way to victory midway through the first half by james ward—prowse's second goal of the season. the lead was doubled not long before the break thanks to jay rodriguez and that wasn't the end of the scoring. leicester ca pta i n wes morgan brought down shane long in the penalty area and tadic sealed the win from the spot. 3—0 the final score. great, good game, with good management. it was a pity to finish this game before. a lot of opportunities and chances for us. without leaving for them opportunity
to score. it was a clean sheet. it is perfect for us. it was not good, the performance, it's my fault. i wanted to change the shape of my teams. in the two la st the shape of my teams. in the two last matches against chelsea i played with three in the back. today i played with a diamond in midfield. maybe, not maybe, my players didn't understand my idea very well. a late goal in the scottish cup earned championship side raith rovers a one all draw at home to hearts and a replay. hearts had led through jamie walker's clinical finish but declan mcmanus equalised for the home team in the 89th minute. rovers are 10 games without a win but will now travel to hearts on wednesday night for the fourth—round replay. celtic are through after a 3—0 win at league i albion rovers.
first goal from scott sinclair, worthy of winning any match. that was just before half—time. in delhi and stuart armstrong adding goals in the dembele and stuart armstrong adding goals in the second half to give celtic are comfortable victory. england's women team is starting its 2017 build up to the european championships with a friendly against norway in la manga. they are in the closing stages of the match and norway are currently leading by a goal to nil. england's cricketers have finally done something in india which they hadn't managed all winter. they've won a match. ben stokes was the star for england with bat and ball as they held on for a five run victory in the one day international at kolkata. india still win the series 2—1 as ben croucher reports. england's tour to india has been less toll and more toil. series already lost, jason roy belted some respectability
early with his third straight 50. captain eoin morgan continued the positivity. but england's batsmen continued to get set and get out. balls that chimed hit me, hit straight to the fielders. as the innings looked to be heading south, ben stokes sent the indian bowling flying with a quickfire half—century as england made 321. virat kohli is normally india's weapon for such cases, dropping him is rarely recommended. he followed the england pattern by passing 50 and stuck to the script by not kicking on. i6 needed from the final over. first ball six, next ball boundary. six from four now needed. it was as close as india got. after a winter of toil, the five run victory was finally a result to ring home about. ben crouch, bbc news. wasps are into the european champions cup quarter—finals after a convincing 41—27 win over zebre in italy wasps ran in seven tries, including one for man of the match elliot daley,
who was making his 150th appearance for the club. connaught are out after a 19 points to 10 defeat to toulouse. arthur bonneval scored the pick of the three tries for the french side. a losing bonus point would have been enough to see connaught through but they were just short. the draw for the quarter finals has been made. wasps will play leinster and saracens will host glasgow. in the european challenge cup, harlequins were knocked out after losing 27—17 to stade francais. the match was delayed because of a frozen pitch. ronnie o'sullivan is playing joe perry in the final of the masters snooker at alexandra palace. the rocket is looking to win the event for the seventh time. the defending champion was trailing 4—1 at one stage but has managed to tie things up
at 4—1; at the interval. 0h, oh, we are on golf. i was not watching. that was tommy fleetwood winning the gulf. england's tommy fleetwood has won the abu dhabi championship, his second european tour title. we are all over the place now. fleetwood shot a final round score of 67, finishing on 17 under par — a shot ahead of us open champion dustin johnson. it's been a red letter day for british skiing. dave ryding has become the first british skier to claim a world cup alpine medal since 1981. he finished second in the men's slalom at kitzbuhel. he was quickest after the first run but was eventually beaten into second place by home favourite marcel hirscher. no brit has won an alpine world cup ski race in the fifty years of the competition. the last british skier
to get onto the podium was konrad bartelski in 1981. that's all sport for now. you can keep up to date with all those stories on the bbc sport website. now the film review. hello, and welcome to the film review on bbc news. to take us through this week's cinema releases, as ever, mark kermode is with me, and what will you be telling us about this week, mark? very interesting week. we have jackie, in which natalie portman plays the first lady. we have split, a psychological thrillerfrom m night shyamalan. and lion, the true story
of a little boy lost. well, jackie, how timely? yes, extraordinary, isn't it. so this is directed by chilean film—maker pablo larrain, and it's the story of the assassination and aftermath ofjohn f kennedy, as seen through the eyes of jackie kennedy, played, as everyone will know, by natalie portman. there's been an awful lot of interest in her performance, lots and lots of nominations, and the film plays out like a kaleidoscope. it's essentiallyjuggling a series of different time frames that are all meant to be representing her fragmented state of mind, so we have the motorcade in dallas, the aftermath in washington, we have the funeral, the huge sort of funeral arrangements, and we also have a wrap round which is
jackie kennedy being interviewed by a journalist who, in the film is unnamed, but it's obviously inspired by the life magazine interview. at the very beginning of the interview she says to him, "just remember i'm editing this conversation." and he says, "ok, it's going to be your version of events." here's a clip. you'll have to share something personal eventually. people won't stop asking until you do. and if i don't, they'll interpret my silence however they want? "her brow furrows, her lips are drawn. she holds back her tears but she can't hide her anger." most writers want to be famous. you want to be famous? no, i'm fine as i am, thank you. you should prepare yourself. this article will bring you a great deal of attention. in that case, any advice for me? yes. don't marry the president. are you afraid i'm about to cry again? no, i'd say you're more likely to scream? scream what? "my husband was a great man." and interesting, because people might think we know everything there is to know about that story, is there anything new in this, does it resonate?
what it does is, it attempts to portray her, firstly as somebody going through an horrendous personal crisis, and we do have the assassination, and it is shocking, as it should be. but also somebody who, in the period immediately afterwards, is constructing the legacy, is basically building the camelot story, which then became the story everybody told aboutjfk. jackie is portrayed very much as first lady of the televisual age, somebody who is a master of the printed word and also the moving image.