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the amateur version of power bat communicates directly to a mobile phone via bluetooth but because you can't carry a mobile in professional games, with the pro set—up, all data runs to a device hidden behind the stumps. this is how the professional system works. the data comes from a tag on the back of a bat and then comes to stumpy, the stump bot buried underground. you can see the antenna, this bit will be poking out from the top of the pitch. the data is sent down the cable to the cloud where an algorithm does its work. we found we could apply technology to cricket and enhance user engagement and the player at and the
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coach, inside as to what is happening at the cricket bat. technology can now help both the coaches and the players achieve any level of performance. the pro power bat might end up being used by umpires, especially for broadcasters now using it in the indian professional league, calling out bad on—field umpiring decisions. the mobile app is more about cricket fans and amateur players getting closer to emulating their heroes. for the fan out there who wants to look up to his hero, what is the benchmark for him to achieve? can you emulate him? can you be as close to power that he can deliver, can you do that? that is something you can do. at the end of the day, in a polite arrangement, anil let me bowl him out. yes, it was fake by the got first ball. it felt great. watch this for a second. see, all you needed was just one ball.
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that is it for the shortcut of click this week. don't forget, we are all the social media. we live on facebook and twitter at bbc click and instagram at bbc click. and don't forget our youtube channel. youtube.com/...guess what? bbc click. we will see you soon. good morning, welcome to breakfast with sally nugent and rogerjohnson. our headlines today: eight children are feared seriously hurt after falling from an inflatable fairground slide in woking. this is the scene there this morning. we will bring you the latest live across the morning. after an emotional match, leciester city's players are due to arrive in thailand to pay their respects to the club's owner who died last weekend. good morning. liverpool are back on top of the premier league, but they were denied all three points against arsenal after this late equaliser meant they were held at the emirates. we just minutes away from history
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being made a new world record, as endurance swimmer ross edgily com plete endurance swimmer ross edgily complete his marathon, incredible 2000 mile swim around the british isles will stop the crowds are building to welcome him back on dry land for the first time in six months. not quite as windy or as wet across the uk today, another mile day, i will have the details and a look to the week ahead right here on brea kfast. it's sunday the 4th of november. our top story: eight children are being treated in hospital with what police say are potentially serious injuries, after falling from an inflatable fairground slide in surrey. crowds of families were told to leave woking park and a fireworks display was cancelled as the emergency services rushed to the scene. our reporter simon clemison is there for us this morning. what do we know so far, simon?
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just looking around some of these other attractions, you get the sense that they are for very young children, coconut shy, merry—go—round, toys you can win. you get the sense that this was their first you get the sense that this was theirfirst night you get the sense that this was their first night out. it is something you can do as a family, go somewhere like this, but this is the slide, deflated, about 30 people when it is up. we do not know quite what has happened, but one eyewitness said there were about a0 children on it. fa ground and fireworks, woking park was
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some visitors saw a huge inflatable slide had been particularly busy. police say a group of children fell and were hurt. around 7:30 this evening, a major incident was declared. this followed after a number of children fell from the slide and suffered injuries. the air ambulance was called in to help as people were asked to leave the park. we walked past the slide and we noticed there seemed to be a lot of children on it, three or four children that i could see on the floor and they were being treated there were at least nine or ten ambulances, dozens and dozens of emergency personnel and it was very, very quickly organisers later tweeted that they were shocked and distressed by events. the woking district rotary club added that it was assisting the emergency services in dealing with the children. i think everyone knows it could be their child in that situation. they could be the ones in hospital, so it is deeply shocking. some eyewitnesses noticed the slide was still standing when they left. the showman‘s guild, who operates the rides at fairs, told the bbc that the ride had up—to—date test certificates and insurance documents. and was saying that her
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granddaughter went on this inflata ble granddaughter went on this inflatable dust over to the side, and she said there were so many people here and not enough attractions. we know that the health and safety executive will be how possibly an extra hour to try to establish what has happened, because i was suggesting from the police that their slide had somehow collapsed. everyone i have heard from said it was up throughout. i think trying to get answers, that is what it is about and thoughts for those eight children who are in hospital, and very much the feeling here is thinking about them and how they are. players and officials from leicester city football club are due to land in thailand this morning, to pay their respects to the club's owner, who died in a helicopter crash last weekend along with four others. the team beat cardiff 1—0 in theirfirst game since the incident. our south east asia correspondent jonathan head is in bangkok. delayed by a couple of hours, but
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what is expected was they arrived there in the capital of thailand? hopefully arriving next two or three hours and then fairly quickly, it is already afternoon, we are excited to come down here to this temple in central bangkok. it is a boiling associated temple, to where the funeral is taking place. a drawn—out funeral, it started last night with a bathing ceremony. it will continue with royally sponsored rituals over the next six days, and the cremation as long as 100 days later, which was on and off his status is quite normal, gives an opportunity for eve ryo ne normal, gives an opportunity for everyone with a link to him to get involved in the funeral and pay their respects. tonight will be the leicester city team's moment. a big
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one for them. much more restrained and formal environment that you have seenin and formal environment that you have seen in the tributes that have been paid to vichai srivaddhanaprabha in britain. at the cardiff match last night for example. this is a formal religious ritual and followers buddhist precepts. no less important for the players, some of them clearly very emotional about what has happened. this will be their chance to say a last goodbye to the man who has done so much to transform their club, so expect to see them here this evening and tomorrow evening before they head back to britain, because they have another match later in the week. back to britain, because they have another match later in the weeklj know you will follow those developments for us in bangkok. thank you. the husband of a christian woman who spent eight years on death row in pakistan after being convicted of blasphemy, has appealed for the family to be granted asylum in the uk. ashiq masih says his wife isn't safe in pakistan after the supreme court in islamabad overturned her conviction on wednesday, which resulted in violent protests. two days before the mid—term
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elections in the united states, president trump has embarked on a final burst of campaigning. at rallies in montana and florida, he said the democrats wanted to flood american communities with illegal immigrants while he was using us soldiers to protect the country. the prince of wales and the duchess of cornwall will visit a cocoa farm in ghana today as their nine—day tour of west africa continues. they will also attend a meeting of traditional chiefs and inaugurate a university park. our correspondent thomas naadi is in kumasi, ghana's second largest city. thomas, what have the royals been doing in ghana so far? the royals have been very busy since they touched down in this country on friday. they first held a private meeting with gha na's
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friday. they first held a private meeting with ghana's president, they honoured fallen african war heroes ata honoured fallen african war heroes at a christian war cemetery. one of seven sites where those who died in those wars are buried. there were also visited the christian castle, which was used actively during the slave trade. in fact prince charles walked through the door of no return. they finally went to the cultural hub, jamestown, where they we re cultural hub, jamestown, where they were treated to beautiful artwork, music and dance, and also interacted with some children who displayed their football and boxing prowess. let's return to our main story this morning. goes like this was written by tom
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shipman. claiming that theresa may has a secret brexit deal. noes haven't had much of a chance to read them. front page of the sunday telegraph, firms must do more to help sick workers get back to health and reduce the burden on the nhs. that is from max hancock the head of secretary, saying employers should be given more free fruit, cycle to work schemes and counselling. the picture from the story we were just hearing about. the prince of wales on his tourfor it hearing about. the prince of wales on his tour for it started a couple of days ago. we are staying a lot of high—profile people doing a lot of dancing. theresa may started the
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trend. jeremy corbyn was doing the floors. not very successfully. better than i could manage. let's return to our main story this morning. eight children have suffered "potentially serious" injuries after falling from an inflatable fairground slide at a fireworks display at woking park in surrey. one of the children was airlifted to a major trauma unit. anna neale was there with her children and joins us now from woking. perhaps you can just describe what the evening was like, because one would imagine busy and full of excitement. a lot of adrenaline, young children, fireworks, lots of excitement. it was very busy. lots of people here, particularly in the
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fairground. iam of people here, particularly in the fairground. i am not particularly good with krauss and we made quite a quick exit about 730 over to the dodgems. one of your children was keen to go on to the inflatable slide, but you are thinking maybe it was better to wait till after the fireworks. yes, there was a lot of long queues. we took them in a couple of rides and they got to a point where we said, we'll wait for the fireworks it, it may come down. my the fireworks it, it may come down. my six—year—old daughter asked to go on with a friend. we said maybe, after the fireworks. we will see what it is like. ayes how did people first realised that there was something wrong in the park? we had an announcement from the local radio dj who said had any serious incident, we need to evacuate and let the fabulous land. i don't think people took it seriously at first. everyone looked at each other and a couple of minutes later there was another announcement asking us to leave. people very calmly made their
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way to the gates and left in a nice manner. nobody knew what was going on and didn't understand what was happening. we saw blue flashing lights behind us and had this air handler is flying over our heads, so we knew something serious had happened. was visibly orderly? in an occasion like this, people do not know what has happened, they can be alarmed. how was it? it was very calm. iam proud alarmed. how was it? it was very calm. i am proud of my hometown, we did well last night. we evacuated very calmly. but hanging around on the road outside because they wondered whether it would go ahead. some people thought it was a blip and maybe the fireworks would happen. but it became apparent when the air handlers came in that obviously could not go ahead. we have seen the slide last night, people can see it behind you. give us an people can see it behind you. give us an idea of how big woking park is, because we see pictures of rides
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in front of value are standing. is ita in front of value are standing. is it a big park quite small? it is quite a considerable piece of land, quite a considerable piece of land, quite a considerable piece of land, quite a lot of space. it is a well attended event, 25 years running, i have come here since i was a teenager, never any problems. a very nice community family event. we do not know what happened or why this incident occurred, but as a mum yourself, everybodymy thoughts are with those children who sadly were injured. yes, of course, i had two john mclaren of my own, and i felt physically sick when i left, thinking that some children had been harmed in that way. all of our thoughts are with the families. thank you very much indeed for coming back to the park to toddlers this morning. —— to talk to us. here's matt with a look at this morning's weather. some highland cattle in norfolk,
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enjoying a lovely mild start to a sunday morning, at least he is looking dry. not everyone is that this present time. we assign this between two areas of low pressure, put it in the central mediterranean which is producing horrendous storms. this swirl is the remnants of hurricane oscar. between the two, bringing a win the south—west, heavy burst of rain in the north—west, heavy burst in hampshire, dorset, was lincolnshire. southeast, dry, to the north and west also dry, staying through most of the day. shadows encroaching in the western isles, a windy day with gales, but not as strong as yesterday. elsewhere the window lighter than yesterday, not a huge amount of cloud, any morning
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showers departing and most will have a dry and bright day. a fuel heavy showers in north—west england, and some drizzle through parts of south yorkshire, east yorkshire, lincolnshire, heavy burst south—west england, devon and cornwall, and to the rest of wales. tempted down a degree on yesterday, but still into the teens by many. mild into the evening, another night of fireworks displays, most will be dry. wind lighter than they were last night, a chance of some rain in cardiff, linking into wetter weather in devon and cornwall and maybe a fuse bashes of rain in north—west england, pushing into southern scotland, wetter during the night and northern ireland, many eastern areas staying dry, partly clear skies, ireland, many eastern areas staying dry, partly clearskies, coolerthan recent nice but well clear of a frost go into monday morning. monday, low pressure, keeping an eye on it, not moving a great deal, most of us to the east drawing wind from a southerly direction. a mild
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airflow. rain across north and west of scotland, using a little, rain archives and northern ireland, but not as wet as it has been through the night, the challenge you and they are, may lead to the west, but they are, may lead to the west, but the odd one drifting across eastern england. highs of around 16, the odd shower northwards, strengthening southerly winds, wettest weather in northern ireland, western wales and devon and cornwall. in the sunshine further east, temperatures are widely into the teens, a chance of 17 or 18 widely into the teens, a chance of 17 or18 and widely into the teens, a chance of 17 or 18 and one or two spots. that sets us up for a mild week, frost, but there will be some wind and rain at times, but dry and brighter weather in between. not too bad for this stage of the yale. —— stage of the year. roger dean — you might not recognise the name, but he's one of the most successful artists from the golden age of ‘70s classic rock.
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his landscapes were seen on millions of album covers and band posters around the world. now, more than a0 years later, he has a new plan to send some of his creations to space. david sillito went to meet him at his studio in sussex. have you any idea how many posters and images of your works were created? um, it could be 100 million. 100 million? yes. we certainly counted up to 65 million in the ‘60s and ‘705. back in the early ‘70s,
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when rock was on a cosmicjourney, there was one artist that bands of a progressive persuasion turned to above all others. roger dean. but these aren't fantasy paintings. no, he says they're visions of possible future worlds that we might one day create ourselves. what i'm hoping to do is something that is inspirational, yes. i want people to think this is something we could do, this is something i want and to want it and ask for it. nearly 50 years on, he is still at work. this is his new exhibition trading boundaries in sussex but some of these visions of the future may be about to become reality. there are plans to build a roger dean spa, a roger dean village and even a prototype moon base. it's got plants, it's got water.
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it's a suggestion of what it might be like in a cave because the proposal is to build it underground, under the surface. when the campaign to build a permanent settlement on the moon wanted an artist to create a vision of what might make living make there bearable, they came to roger. plans are now afoot to build a prototype in hawaii. do you think there will be a roger dean moon base? i think is a fair chance of it, yeah. on the moon? why not? i think there will be a moon base. i think there's a very good chance there will be a moon base on the moon which i have contributed to. this isn't, then, he says, fantasy. it's just a reality that we haven't built yet. david sillito, bbc news, lewis.
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that is a really lovely space. you're watching breakfast from bbc news. time now for a look at the newspapers. angela epstein is here to tell us what's caught her eye. this is interesting in the observer, the headline, tony blair urges mps to vote down any brexit deal and push for a new referendum. even if this is the best brexit deal in the history of brexit deals, he does not wa nt history of brexit deals, he does not want it. what tony blair is saying is that there is no such thing as a best deal. it does not exist. because of the intractable issue of
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northern ireland and having a hard border. it seems the inference is there that there cannot be a deal, because that isn't insurmountable issue. he says there are,", he says it is ok for mps to say be do not wa nt it is ok for mps to say be do not want any deal, this is what we cannot in all conscience do, it is up cannot in all conscience do, it is up to you constituents what you think. he says that, i am parking as somebody who was one election as myself, someone who has... he is saying, listen to need design over tenders like to win an election, he won three elections in a row, and he is saying this as a follow—on, 50 business leaders including the chairman of waterstones pushing for a people's vote, and itjust makes me sick, whichever side of this debate you are on, this is flouting the democratic will of the people, we had a referendum, there is an
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adamant about whether people had an informed view. we had it, we had a result. you keep going back to you get the results you want? it com pletely get the results you want? it completely makes a mockery of the whole process and makes us look stupid to the rest of the world. ayes politically, many people watching theirs who are older than we are, certainly in our lifetimem is something that has divided political opinion in this country like nothing else. yes, the whole process is seen to be so shambolic, andi process is seen to be so shambolic, and i wonder when you get a level politics of the future, they will wonder why it was not done any more constructive way. of a organisation, not a second referendum, it will be a third referendum because we had the first one back in the 70s. they should quote you, roger. there's a story the telegraph, blue plaques.
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you do not see as many outside the capital, but the blue plaque denotes somebody of note, someone who has achieved something, and you see a blue plaque outside saying that they lived there during whatever period. there has been a bit of unseemly scuffle between english heritage about the fact that it was a push to have more women recognised with blue plaques. the counterargument is, and this is where i stand, surely a meritocracy is a meritocracy, and if you are good at something and gabulov note living in certain places we do not always need to look at the gender equivalence of the situation and have as many women as men. it is like when they are pushing forjane austen on the banknote. right, interesting. whoever laid out this page on the daily telegraph, i salute you. here we have the blue plaque trust criticising this push to get more
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women. mike reed, former radio one dj, saying it will even itself out in time. the flip side is maybe they arejust in time. the flip side is maybe they are just correcting historical imbalances, which had been there for many years. but moving on, here is helen glover with a baby son. and here we have premiership referee for the first time, sara cox. in the middle of that page... there is a cheeky subeditor they are having a little joke and virtues signalling. anyone who went to university and gets a cold sweat at the memory of exams will remember struggling so frantically to try and get them down on the piece of paper, your handwriting goes to pot, and universities now calling time and they are all doing their exams on la pto ps. they are all doing their exams on laptops. there is now 6096 of universities who are now endorsing the introduction of the so—called
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year exam. so due could argue in principle that everyone is laptop friendly, but what will it do to literacy, manual dexterity? even if they do not allow spellcheckers, when you look at a word in print on a computer it looks wrong, but when you write it you cannot tell at business failed. it will knuckle the literacy rates. ayes quickly, favourite story. squaddies had been told that if they go to brexit is not on. we have an obesity issue in the army, it does not look professional, and can ijust say my favourite quote came from the document which the mail on sunday found, they had to encourage the troops to police this. they have had the fibre and moral courage to police their stomach and i do not know that they knew what they were saying. fibre would be good for them. badger very much indeed. --
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thank you very much. the andrew marr show will be coming up later this morning on bbc one at ten o'clock, and andrew's here now to tell us who he's talking to. iamjoined by i am joined by the businessmen who supported brexit to the tune of £8 million, aaron by. lots to talk about. cabinet ministerjames brokenshire are on a morning where we are told we are getting close to a deal on the exit deal for brexit. i enjoyed also by the great british film—maker, award wining artist steve mcqueen. and by the german ambassador to reflect on the end of the angler merkel era, and imported errorfor europe the angler merkel era, and imported error for europe and for britain also. —— angela merkel. we'll be back with a summary of the morning's main news injust a moment. stay with us. hello, this is breakfast with rogerjohnson and sally nugent. it's 8:30, here's a summary of this
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morning's main news. eight children are being treated in hospital with what police say are potentially serious injuries, after falling from an inflatable fairground slide in surrey. crowds were told to leave woking park and a fireworks display was cancelled as the emergency services rushed to the scene. health and safety officials and police have launched an investigation. let's speak to markjohn who inspects inflatables. thank you through taking the time to talk to us. tell us quickly if you'd be so kind, we do not know what happened here, we will not speculate but what sort of test do inflatables like this go through? my company does not test inflatables, we manufacture them but i can involved in an organisation that is involved in the testing as well so, what did you want to ask? what tests do
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inflata bles you want to ask? what tests do inflatables like as go through? an annual inspection like a car mot that would test the various parts of the inflatable to make sure it is fit for purpose and that would take anything between the a5 minutes and three hour depending on the size of the inflatable, done annually. an annual inspection. what sort of things? you touched on them there, what do you look out for to make sure it is fit for purpose? you have to make sure it's in a good state of repair, really. make sure the stitching is intact the wage should be, it is drawn, the anchor points for wind gusts and staff are strong in the correct number, making sure they insinuate equipment like blowers and staff are working. like i say, like a car mot so you're just doing all the details but it is a
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thorough check. thank you walking tours. we are grateful. we should say the showman ‘s guild say that this has all the correct test certificates and insurance documents which have been given to the police but are with all those affected. two days before the mid—term elections in the united states, president trump has embarked on a final burst of campaigning. at rallies in montana and florida, he said the democrats wanted to flood american communities with illegal immigrants — while he was using us soldiers to protect the country. we have our military now on the border. and i noticed all that beautiful barbed wire going up today. barbed wire used properly can bea today. barbed wire used properly can be a beautiful sight. researchers say a chemical which makes brain tumours glow pink could help surgeons to remove the cancer safely. it follows trials of a fluorescent marker given to almost 100 patients at hospitals in london,
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liverpool and cambridge, in the form of a drink. experts believe it will help doctors distinguish between cancer cells and healthy brain tissue. we're here on the bbc news channel until nine this morning — coming up... while bbc goes off to watch match of the day, we are looking at the sport. very important moments. there were sombre scenes in cardiff yesterday as leicester city's players and fans paid tribute to their former chairman vichai srivaddhanaprabha and the four others who lost their lives in a helicopter crash last weekend. leicester's players were visibly
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moved during a minute's silence and, after the laying of wreaths before the game — there were more tributes including the unfurling of banners shared between the two sets of fans, who joined forces to create a stirring atmosphere at the cardiff city stadium. on the pitch it was a closely contested game, but leicester were not be denied. demarai gray scoring the winner in the second half, the entire team celebrated together before running over to their travelling supporters after scoring gray took off his shirt to reveal an undershirt on which the words for khun vichai. elsewhere, liverpool moved to the top of the premier league, at least until manchester city and chelsea play their games this afternoon, and newcastle united have finally won a match this season. with news on that and the rest of yesterday's action, here's nick parrott. the faces say it all. the biggest winners after arsenal's encounter with liverpool
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were manchester city. the gunners are enjoying a purple patch butjurgen klopp's men looked unfamiliar in their new away kit. their fearsome front line only found the net once but sadio mane's goal was wrongly ruled offside. instead, it fell to captain james milner to break the deadlock after an hour of half chances for both sides. last season, that might have led to a flurry of goals and liverpool could have had more, but arsenal have developed a habit of scoring late on, and alexandre lacazette showed they're improving under new manager unai emery. this point is not enough, it was a very good test and also at the moment, we are, in our way, continuing working and improving, and like today, i think we are more near than this performance like we want for continuing. a point at arsenal will always be a good result and they are in a really good moment so it's a difficult place to come in the moment but we got a point,
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we deserve a point and we could have gotten more but i'm fine for the moment. the day got worse for arsenal with rivals tottenham moving above them in fourth place. harry kane's first league goal for five weeks was the difference in a 3—2 win over wolves. at the other end of the table, newcastle finally claimed their first victory this season. ayoze perez's goal was enough to beat watford and lift rafa benitez‘s side out of the bottom three. to win the way that we did it, with everybody behind the team, working so hard, with three substitutions and the players coming from the bench, giving a great contribution so i think it was very positive for everyone. elsewhere, richarlison took his tally so far this season to six as he struck twice in everton's 3—1win over brighton. another brazilian, felipe anderson, did the same for west ham as they beat burnley a—2. and marcus rushford came to manchester united's rescue with an injury—time winner at bournemouth. nick parrott, bbc news.
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rangers manager steven gerrard called for lifetime bans after his striker alfredo morelos was reportedly his by a coin thrown from the crowd in their 2—0 win over st mirren. it comes just days after a coin struck the face of hibs boss neil lennon. take a look at this for the opener. daniel candeias came off the bench to score in the 79th minute with that stunning effort but it was alfredo morelos with rangers second goal in added time to give steven gerrard's side only their second away league win of the season. elsewhere, there was a convincing win for celtic, who close the gap on leaders hearts to a single point. victories also for hamilton, st johnstone and motherwell. it was a busy day in rugby union with a nail biter at twickenham as england held on for a 12 points to 11 win over south africa in their first match of the autumn internationals. the springboks led until the final eight minutes. their first half try was the only one of the game, coming from winger sbu nkosi. the boot of owen farrell kept
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england close throughout but this penalty was the decisive one to give enland the lead for the first time in the match. the twickenham crowd breathed a sigh of relief after handre pollard's narrowly missed penalty in the closing minutes meant it's much—needed back to back wins for eddie jones' underpressure side. why has it got to be the most important game? for what it means... because you guys want to sack me? is that why? well, you are going to do it at some stage, you know that, you know that. if i stay long enough, you're going to get me sacked. so you'll be happy, one day you'll be happy here, boys. you'll come in and say, oh, fantastic, we've got another bloke we can terrorise. he is always smiling at least. wales were 21—10 winners over scotland in the first ever doddie weir trophy game held in cardiff. the match, organised as a tribute to the former scottish international who has motor neurone
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disease, ended in victory for the home side as scotland's miserable run in cardiff continues. tries from george north and jonathan davies were complemented by 11 points from the boot of leigh halfpenny. and ireland were comfortable winners against italy, a match that was played over in chicago the scene of their win over new zealand two years go. jordan larmour sealed his hat trick with this stunning try as they won by 5a points to seven. england's rugby league side can complete a series victory over new zealand this afternoon when the teams meet in liverpool. england won the first of the three test series last week. james graham will captain the side at anfield, after injury to sean o'loughlin whilst the st helens forward luke thompson will make his first start for his country. that match live on bbc2 this afternoon. i think they played really well last week. they can browse of the performance. sometimes when two
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teams come together like that, both teams come together like that, both teams play really well and it will be tight, and i'm expecting the same sort of level of performance from both teams this weekend. sometimes obviously it comes down to one moment in a game and hopefully we can be on the right end of it like we we re can be on the right end of it like we were last weekend. johnnie bairstow has been ruled out of england's opening cricket test match against sri lanka which begins on tuesday. the wicket keeper hasn't recovered from an injury earlier in the tour, but its not yet been announced who will take his place behind the stumps for the match in galle. the incredible star of gymnast simone biles continues to grow as she won the 1ath world title of her career, with a massive score on the floor, in the last apparatus final at the world championships in doha. the floor gold was her sixth medal of the week and despite scoring lower than she had in her qualifying round, biles finished exactly one mark ahead of the silver medallist — her friend and team mate morgan hurd. it's been a lot of hard work, especially those times in the gym,
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you really have to gear down and put up with it and do those routines and hit those sets so i'm really proud of the work i put in this world championships and hopefully to improve for the next year. world number one novak djokovic is through to the paris masters final after a tough three set victory over roger federer. the serb is a a time champion in paris and came through in a final set tie break.. in a match lasting over three hours. he'll meet karen khachanov in sunday's final after he beat austria's dominic thiem. there was double success for frankie dettori at the breeder's cup at churchill downs in kentucky last night firstly winning the breeder's cup mile on expert eye — just over an hour later he took victory in the breeder's cup turf on enable — the horse winning by three quarters of a length becoming the first horse to win both the prix de l‘arc de triomphe and the breeder's cup turf in the same year. fantastic results. yet another
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milestone for frankie dettori.|j think we have some breaking sports type news coming up i think. certainly a great achievement. someone has been busier than us in the last five months. maybe you've been on holiday, enjoyed a night out with your mates. ross edgley has been doing something completely different. since june one, been doing something completely different. sincejune one, he has been swimming the circumference of britain. he has not set foot on dry land the entire... here he is. good morning. good morning. lukeri land the entire... here he is. good morning. good morning. luker i have here. ross edgley. we met you a couple of times but both you and brea kfast couple of times but both you and breakfast they few days ago. look well you are. terra firma. terracotta, as people used to say.|j almost fell over. i started running, did not know what i was thinking and
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i was wobbly. now i'm ok, it feels solid for my liking. did you see these trimming there? what with the reception like? that one moment when icame reception like? that one moment when i came back and could hear everyone, isaid i came back and could hear everyone, i said that is why i love slimming because there is not any sportswear you can say you want to come out and swim a mile in november in the freezing cold and people will come out and that made everything sort of worth it, that was amazing. have you allowed yourself to think of today? no. even then, there was a time, a rope tied so we had to sing quite just to get into dn. even now, i a lwa ys just to get into dn. even now, i always said it would only feel real nice dude on land and it still does not feel that real. maybe it will later when i'm in a hot and warm bed by the last 157 days has not really. people seeing your very first time this morning, what has it been like?
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beehives are so high that the lows are so beehives are so high that the lows are so low. scotland is amazing, the theory is stunning but it's also very humbling just getting slapped new phase by jellyfish very humbling just getting slapped new phase byjellyfish everything they so it feels weird analogy be looking back and reflecting because 157 days, i did not allow myself to do that so it feels nice. what is next? i have to learn to walk again. that. i've been practising. since they got up, i've been practising walking so that is going well and this sounds so weird but i'm not quite bored of swimming so there is a view more... since i was finishing this, there were a few more challenges thrown my way. if you consume around great britain, maybe you could try this and i might be naive enough to say yes. you could try this and i might be naive enough to say yeslj you could try this and i might be naive enough to say yes. i dread to think what is next. we will have a chat with your family. let's say hello. richard, your dad, what they
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like keeping tabs on him?|j hello. richard, your dad, what they like keeping tabs on him? i am also been trying to keep up with social media, it has been a learning curve. what they think of your boy today? absolutely immense. as a man you always had character and he has shown that over five months. some pa rents shown that over five months. some parents struggle to get kids to eat their greens get out of bed, what did you do do him growing up? everything. i had three sons so i was living in a supermarket and i'm just glad he is back home in one piece and nothing horrendous has happened. what are your emotions this morning? i'mjust happened. what are your emotions this morning? i'm just glad happened. what are your emotions this morning? i'mjust glad he is home and in one piece. when you are a mum, it is different. looking at it from eamonn's point of view, lots monfils will know this, it is different. —— from a mum's point of view and what of mums will know
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this. well done, though. fantastic. what an achievement. here he is. where is the man on the microphone. he was going to give the crowd to give him a big cheer but you can see ross getting a great welcome. give ross getting a great welcome. give ross a great year. cheering john. i have a question for you. can you look, that he had green fingers? that is i want to know. but he have wrinkly fingertips. back to you guys. he is not listening. imagine what they must be like now. he's been any water a long time. that's not the worst thing we will be worried about, being slapped in the face with jellyfish in scotland does not seem nice. here's matt with a look at this morning's weather. nice in margate. how about everywhere else? yes, fine start here as well with blue skies and not the same everywhere. starting sunday on a bit
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of wet note. in scotland and northern ireland, good after heavy rain yesterday. swelling crowd, though a pressure reducing horrendous storms for italy and sicily. this is the remnants of harry kane oscar between art and iceland. —— hurricane or skill. we are drawing errorfrom iceland. —— hurricane or skill. we are drawing error from the south—west, going through part of the midlands two wards... eating at times, then dry times as well. if you shall resent in western isles later that this morning sees rain across scotland which clears away. what sunshine to come throughout the day. this is 3pm and in northern ireland, lovely afternoon in store. around 1a celsius. heavy downpours across north—west england at the moment, particularly cumbria, which may ease of what it will start to get wetter towards devon and cornwall later with some drizzle through the middle and towards anglia. we will see some bit of
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sunshine. another one evening with fireworks festival taking place everywhere, most places dry, especially parts of london as well. wind is not as strong as they were. we will see rain across the south—west spread northwards, turning wetter in northern ireland to the start of monday morning at the same across parts of central and western scotland. many scenarios will stay dry and temperatures are down there was a bit over the past few days but frost free as we start the new week so here we go through monday. there is an area of low pressure and still not huge amount of change. this warm front claws into scotland and northern ireland meaning a wet start to the morning but things are improving, brightening up. some shall still around in western areas and they we re very around in western areas and they were very isolated ones across eastern counties of england but almost a friday in england and even
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milder than today at 15—16 has a hive. winds pick up more in tuesday. particularly scotland and northern england. wetter weather in northern ireland, western wales and the south—west buckeyes built in youth, 17 celsius beehives we speak with a mild theme through this coming week. that's how it is looking. enjoy your sunday. mark, you have a great day, too. lovely having you on. lovely matters he is now known. just coming up to 8:50am. leicester city players and officials will arrive in thailand this morning to attend the funeral of the club's owner who died, along with four others, in a helicopter crash last weekend. the team beat cardiff 1—0 in theirfirst game since the accident. it was an emotional day at the stadium, with many players and spectators in tears. colin murrant is a life—long fan who was at yesterday's match, he joins us now from leicester. good morning. thank you remarks were
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talking to us today. we seen the television images of what was happening in the stadium but what was it like to be there? well, it was it like to be there? well, it was travelling down that was not too emotional, i was a notional neuro the week —— earlier in the week but then he got closer, the expectations rose of what would happen, i got there the tiny bust with the players and officials are right and it was met by loads of leicester fans and cardiff fans, including their mascot, and it just cardiff fans, including their mascot, and itjust broke out in spontaneous applause and that started the emotions going in the game. when we got into the agm, it was... the emotion was building and building and when they came out to do the minute's silence, that probably was when it was at its peak. i think the minute's silence
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ata peak. i think the minute's silence at a football ground and stadium in your whole crowd goes silent is usually a very dramatic thing but yesterday... i have to say cardiff we re yesterday... i have to say cardiff were brilliant, they shared the pictures and names of all the five people in the crash, notjust about leicester but obviously vichai was the centre of emotions yesterday for the centre of emotions yesterday for the leicester fans but the other families are affected as well and cardiff have to be given an enormous amount of credit for the way they arranged the celebrations... sorry, the... yes, celebrations of his life. many people around the country and we will have been paying tribute to vichai, showing love and affection to him but what legacy does he leave? i think in less that he reads a tremendous legacy obviously what has, since his death
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to the rest of the world, leaving seeded there which left the people you are about as leicestershire people knew about, his donations the hospitals, universities, his gifts to the fans but his biggest legacy is the hope he gave to thousands of participating —— participants in sport because of the underdog being able to wind, any part of life really. the 2016 and that was obviously the pinnacle of his achievement at the leicester to date and that was a worldwide story, a fairy tale. they will want into it and that is probably why they are short cuts as well because i'm sure it will not be the end of the fairy tale but it is the end of the fairy tale but it is the end of the fairy tale as far as vichai is involved. lovely to speak to you this morning. colin was speaking about the
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reaction of the players, did you see casper schmeichel speaking yesterday? what a leader. —— kasper schmeichel. his father was almost like a statesman for football, maybe not the right way to speak about it, but he was every bit the reader as well. if you're planning to get out and enjoy nature today, don't forget to take a camera with you. capture a great shot and you could enter the british wildlife photography awards. in a few moments we're going to reveal two of the winners from this year. first let's take a look at some of the incredible images taken by shortlisted finalists. two of the photographers responsible for those imagesjoin us now. paul colley is the overall winnerfor his portrait of bats near swindon, and lucy is the winner of the under—12s category, for her incredible close—up image of a doodlebug. how old are you? nine. we will speak
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to see first if you do not mind, paul. to the larger picture, lucy. where did you take it? in a caravan site in the lakes called borrowdale. explain how difficult it was to take the photograph. it was quite difficult because we had to clean the pine needles of the rock and then we... would adapt. what odds of camera do you have? it is my mums and it is a canon. because lots of people walk around with their phones, why did you want to take on with day camara ? phones, why did you want to take on with day camara? i thought it would look better and you can zoom in but you cannot do that really an thousands. you could not take yours with a phone. very true. i've
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advocated that it's not about the camera but your approach in photography so i use modest ones as well but this was taken with a professional camera. bit that have a long apertures... whatever the phrase is, did the apertures they open for a long time? gallagher got it. a long started well, so four seconds, but it is infrared to a used infrared light to paint trails over the water. you call these pictures that selfies. absolutely right. are they distracted by the ught? right. are they distracted by the light? no, i set the system up and they move at a0 mph, they are the size of your farm so they are ridiculously difficult to photograph. we cannot name a camera at them so that was myjudgment, setting a laser beam across the water and making natural to the camera and win a trip it takes a photograph on itself so the back to
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chris photograph. brilliance. lewsey, in the nine is your picture was incredible for anyone who is to have taken, even an adult. what would you say to other children a bit like you who want a go at wildlife photography. where do you start? find what you want to take a photograph of and get a good background, and see how the light looks. and the light is important. what is special about the lighting your picture? i wanted it all right so your picture? i wanted it all right so the eyes might lean and if it was dark, they would not. and they do control of smoke pollution act when you do yours, you're quite a good photographer, your mum must be good as well. you're on a caravan park, did you say? you are on holiday and what you would do it? yes. brilliant! paul, what about growing to have a go. where you start?|j
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to have a go. where you start?” think you want to take really memorable images, so if you want to do that you have to try something different and there was a lot of inspirational work out there, millions of photographs being taken every day but i look at this competition for inspiration. there isa competition for inspiration. there is a great exhibition that shows off all the work and that inspires me so i always say to seek inspiration and ran really look to do something more challenging and difficult to create a memorable image so it is ideas and how you use the camera, not necessarily the camera. these pictures are staggering. lewsey, i like how you have taken a picture of a bard with a twinkle in its side. that's what you're looking for. thank you for coming in and, lucy, thanks for coming in, also you, paul. you can see paul and lucy's photographs, along with many more, in the british wildlife photography awards book. just before we go, we have an update on our main story. in the last moment, surrey police have treated
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to say that seven out of the eight children injured after falling from the inflatable slide in woking have been released from hospital. —— surrey police have tweeted. the other has been kept in for observations but they are not believed to be significant that is an upbeat finish so hopefully not too seriously injured. dan and louise will be back tomorrow morning from six. as well i would be sport. have a lovely sunday, goodbye. thanks for watching. this is bbc news. the headlines at 9am: seven children have been discharged from hospital after the collapse of an inflatable slide at a fireworks event in surrey. another child remains in hospital. while walking past the slide, i
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noticed there are a lot of children lying on the floor next to it on the right—hand side. and about nine or ten ambulances. more than 70 business leaders call for a referendum on the terms of the brexit deal. the family of a christian woman at the centre of mass protests in pakistan has asked for asylum in britain. players from leicester city football club land in thailand to pay their respects to the club's owner, who died in a helicopter crash last weekend.
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