so i wasn't the only woman that wasn't being listened to. it takes women en masse to be able to say something. but this was something you were speaking out about and getting criticised for. yeah, i was, a lot. yeah. but i was also being criticised for being vivacious, precocious, quite sexual. but at the same time, i was saying "i'm allowed to be like this and i'm also allowed to say it's not on to rape someone, it's not on to abuse someone. listen to what women are saying". but no one did. but now what is good is that lots of people are listening. what's changed 7 i think, being the most optimistic i possibly can, i think a lot of men have changed. there's a younger generation of men out there that would find it, like, unbelievable to be abusive or sexually prevalent towards a woman, especially someone in their place of employment. they'd find it horrific. if you could pick one work, and you've made thousands, if you could pick one work, which is the most important work you feel you've created for you? well, i might not have said
this a few years ago, but i think i've got to go with the bed. really? yeah. because? because it's so me. it's like a three—dimensional version of my paintings. tracey emin talking to our arts editor, will gompertz. newsnight is coming up on bbc two. here's emily maitlis. tonight, one of the most powerful men in the charity sector, unicef‘s justin forsyth, has quit. we will here from a colleague who said he got what coming up, the papers takes
a look at the headlines. and another chance to see newsnight at 11:15pm. hello and welcome to sportsday. coming up: the end of an hour there are european campaign. injury troubles mean will be without key/. described asa diva, mean will be without key/. described as a diva, mercedes unveiled the car they hope for the them to a fifth record world championship double this season. judy anand welcome to the programme.
we start in russia where it was an all too familiar script. they crashed out of the euro per lead and they were beaten 3—1 on aggregate. they arrived in russia with hopes high after an encouraging win in the first leg, but under a close race in the stadium, little did celtic know it would fall in on them after only seven minutes. that's how long it took saint petersburg to wipe out the deficit in the tie. the former chelsea defender untroubled as he headed in from a corner. it could have been much worse shortly thereafter. they feel to take advantage of a fine opportunity to double their lead. with four how to narrow, they were ahead again. the
goalkeeper will not enjoy the replays. the strike was true, but the shot looped saleable. at two down, one goal would have put them through, but instead the home side put things beyond a reasonable doubt. celtic boss ‘s number was up. everything was back it. it is about bravery and having courage to play. we have a lot of young players in the team, and we see the contest from last week. across the two games, we were much better in the first game than them. i thought in the scheme, if we played with a little bit more courage and will could have got a better result. are through the next 16. calum chambers's own goal added to the nerves which were compounded barely a minute later when the visitors
shocked their host with a second strike. just after have time they boosted the gunners taking advantage ofa boosted the gunners taking advantage of a defensive error to make it 2—1 on the night. personal go through on aggregate. the sunderland owner is prepared to give the club away for free. that's according to sources close to the club. the london—based american took control of the club and the bbc has been told he is open to offers the buyer can be found to ta ke to offers the buyer can be found to take on the championship ‘s substantial debt. that could be around £140 million based on the last figures for the year ofjuly 20 16. british gymnastics have sacked the men's head coach following allegations of misconduct. he was named 2016 court of the year, but was suspended last september after investigation was launched into his
behaviour and british gymnastics is citing eric and saleable differences afforded it was michael decision. the build—up to this weekend's six nations continues and joe schmidt will be without three irish lions players when his sidekick on wheels on saturday. andrew porter the game on saturday. andrew porter the game on against italy last time out will make his first six nations side in a front row. james ryan also replaces iain henderson who is out with a hamstring injury and robbie henshaw has been ruled out. chris farrell will also make his six nations debut. he has been a project, a long—term project, and i thought he did really well against argentina. we are short on experience. we are up we are short on experience. we are up against the team at our welcoming back three lions while we see three disappear. yes, that is not our deal, but at the same time, if you
wa nt to deal, but at the same time, if you want to learn, what better environment than what will be a really light heart atmosphere in the aviva on saturday. eddiejones has madejust one change to his starting 15 for the six nations clash with scotland at murrayfield on saturday. nathan hughes will make his first appearance in this year's competition, while propjoe marler comes in on the bench having missed the opening two wins with suspension. here's our rugby union reporter chrisjones. joe schmidt will be without three irish lions players when his side take on wales on saturday. well, nathan hughes was always going to come back in at number eight, given his return to fitness and the injury to sam simmonds. apart from that, the boss eddiejones has gone with the same 15 that grafted past wales last time out, a sign that england are settled and confident as they look to make it three wins from three this six nations. but how england go about things at murrayfield, a fortnight ago jones and the players piled the pressure on the young wales
fly—half rhys patchell. this time in their sights as the scotland playmaker finn russell, who has had a shaky start of the campaign. he is a world—class player, you know? he went on a lions tour. he did some fantastic things in the france game and we have to defend him very closely. it is a small country, batting above its weight. i am sure we will feel that on saturday and we got to be up for it. this morning i spoke to them about the honour of being able to play in the calcutta cup. it is one of the most historic games in the rugby calendar. they feel honoured to play in this game and i want them to be excited about playing in this game. at the same time, they have to know they have a job to do. this fixture is the oldest in rugby, laced with history. the england camp has been focused, almost clinical this week. for them, murrayfield holds no fear. england have not lost their in a decade. described as a diva, mercedes unveiled the car
they hope for the them to a fifth record world championship double this season. but today they unveiled the new car they hope will end mercedes dominance. both sebastian vettel and kimi raikkonen were in attendance as the new designs were revealed — complete with new cockpit protection technology. formula 1 has always been glamorous, but this was like a film premiere. lewis hamilton into his six season. his contract is up at the end of the season, but no twists in this plot. not going anywhere. no reason to rush anything, no panic, i am not feeling under any rasher of any other drivers there and mercedes have no reason to feel i am talking to anybody else. in the whole six years i've been here are not spoken to another team once, and i think that shows my commitment. wherever
you lewis hamilton goes he attracts attention, on or off the track and that was evident around christmas when he posted comments about his nephew on into crime. it attracted a fairshare of nephew on into crime. it attracted a fair share of criticism. he deleted those comments and plenty more on into grammarand on those comments and plenty more on into grammar and on twitter. i asked him today whether that had been a distraction. i think in life it's always a challenge psychologically for all of us would have jobs we are m, for all of us would have jobs we are in, we all have hurdles we come across. i am constantly showing that it is not how you fall, it is how you get up. it is notjust the driver is attracting controversy, this black shield above the cockpit is the helu, formula 1's new head protection system to improve driver safety. not everyone is a fan. protection system to improve driver safety. not everyone is a fanlj protection system to improve driver safety. not everyone is a fan. i am not impressed with the old thing in if you give me a chainsaw, i would ta ke if you give me a chainsaw, i would take it off. i think it is... we need to look after the driver safety, but what we have implemented
is athletically not appealing. traffic literally stopped when lewis hamilton and his team come to silverstone, but he will stop mercedes this season? that is the question not anyone can answer yet. we could not leave without mentioning the winter olympics, could we? the women's team take to theice could we? the women's team take to the ice in pyeongchang. then billy work morgan. in the meantime, billy has been showing off some impressive moves off the snow. your years on a scooter he has been supplied with for making its way from his apartment to the athletes bus. it looks impressive. you would like to think he would be quite good at this to thing considering he is used to his feet being attached to a single board, so no wonder he is quite excited to have wheels at his
disposalfor excited to have wheels at his disposal for a excited to have wheels at his disposalfor a change. excited to have wheels at his disposal for a change. that excited to have wheels at his disposalfor a change. that 0p excited to have wheels at his disposalfor a change. that op is as good on the snowboard as he is on that scooter. he makes it look so easy. that is all from sports day. coming up injust a moment, there the hello and welcome to our look ahead to what the papers will be bringing us tomorrow. with me are chris hope, chief political correspondent of the telegraph and jessica elgot, political correspondent of the guardian. many of tomorrow's front pages are already in. the telegraph features news that an army major, who faced seven investigations over the death of an iraqi teenager 15 years ago, is apparently set to face
an eighth inquiry. the ft pictures striking university lecturers, who began a series of month—long walk outs today in a dispute over potential cuts to their pension payments. the express says "exodus of the eu migra nts" after figures revealed around 130,000 left the uk in the 12 months to september last year — the highest level for a decade. the mirror leads on a campaign calling for mps to vote to change organ donor laws, which would see an opt—out system brought in — it features the picture of a 10—year—old transplant patient. the guardian reports on the resignation of unicef‘s deputy executive director justin forsyth, following accusations of inappropriate behaviour towards female staff while chief executive of save the children. the metro also has that story and it features meghan markle after police wa nt features meghan markle after police want the hate crime investigation after a suspicious package appeared.
lots of different stories on the front page tonight. no particular consensus. you were front page tonight. no particular consensus. you were looking to see what i was at. i am looking at the magic only i can see. clever. website with the guardian. charity chief forced to resign over inappropriate behaviour, this is justin forsyth stepping down from unicef, but about all allegations come old behaviour. that is it. it's an interesting statement, it didn't go along be played book we have seen as the story about various allegations of harassment or inappropriate behaviours has been ruling for quite a few days now. justin forsythe left save the children in the week of allegations made about him and he has a newjob at unicef. in his statement, you mix it clear he doesn't believe he needs to step down for those old allegations made against him at save
the children. he says is no doubt in my mind that some of the allegations are an attempt to do damage for the case for a. —— for aid. are an attempt to do damage for the case fora. —— foraid. the are an attempt to do damage for the case for a. —— for aid. the reason he is leaving is not to continue to damage it. controversial. seriously? is believable he is saying these things. don't forget these allegations only became apparent this week when three women spoke to the bbc‘s pm programme about allegations about his behaviour in 2011, 20 15. allegations about his behaviour in 2011, 2015. that then emerged and then yesterday tory politicians and a piece i wrote for the telegraph yesterday. people like paul eunan 0'kane to have a go at save the children or the aid budget or unicef, they are looking at