basic, the story of my dad, 78 years on the planet with his horses, his passion. my dad has been doing it since he was 15. our grand dad used to sell horses to the free trade and to the dockers back in the ‘50s. so what's the best thing you have ever got when you have been out? all sorts. these guys were the first recyclers. do you know what i mean? when i was 17, i had been out of school, i tried other things. my dad brought me a horse and cart. i went out for a couple of years. i enjoyed it. it was a lot of freedom. i have a few cousins still work it, but without these guys recycling, there would be a lot more fly—tipping and rubbish thrown about everywhere.
it might be worth about 15 quid. it's hardly worth collecting at all now. my dad is making sure they are all all right, cleaned out and there are no problems. he's spent a lot on vet bills over the years. everybody in the city knows my dad, and i think once he goes, it will be the end of the generation of horse traders like that. it will be a sad day when that happens. and the exhibition is on at hull s streetlife museum until april. and just before the weather, there's just time to show you these pictures from venice, where there was floating carnival parade last night. "blame the moon was the theme of this year s parade — to mark 50 years since the first moon landing. the carnival tradition dates back centuries and is famous for the stylised masks donned by revellers. it will run for two weeks. now it's time for a look at the weather. and another very mild day across the uk today. beautiful weather with
some sunshine around. this evening, it's going to stay dry for most of us, but not in the northwest of the country. some showers getting into scotland and northern ireland. not cold. temperatures are typically between 5—9 degrees early on monday morning. we should be getting this during the daytime. this is the overnight temperature. and then tomorrow, showers frequent in western scotland, central scotland, too, some in northern ireland. one or two showers scattered around as well, the southeast for example, london, southampton could catch some spots of rain. a bit more cloud tomorrow, and as a result, the temperatures will be lower, around about, say, ii or 12 degrees at best. tuesday will see some rain sweeping into northwestern parts of the country. it's still a south—westerly wind, which means it's going to be mild, relatively, for this time of the year. and then from wednesday, thursday into friday, looks like those temperatures will be climbing back into the mid—teens. hello, this is bbc news.
the headlines: the family of shamima begum, the british teenager who ran away to syria to join the islamic state group, say they've been told she has given birth to a boy. president trump warns the us will have to release hundreds of islamic state fighters unless the uk and other allies can take reponsibility for those jihadists who came from europe. hundreds of passengers are left with plane tickets they can't use and hundreds ofjobs are at risk as flybmi collapses. a man has been arrested in brighton after handing himself into police investigating the murder
of a 22—year—old man found stabbed in a car. theresa may writes to every conservative mp urging them to put aside their personal differences over brexit and come together in the national interest. millions of workers could see their take—home pay fall in six weeks‘ time when the amount they have to pay into their pension pot increases. now on bbc news, it's time for sportsday. hello, and welcome to sportsday. the premier league big boys avoid an upset in the fifth round of the cup. from hero to zero — a winning goal for scott brown and then a sending off. gb‘s golden girl laura muir eyes more european glory. also coming up in the programme:
it's the battle of two former champions in the final of the welsh open snooker, with australia's neil robertson holding a three—frame lead against england's stuart bingham. and what is the sceret of success for this sporting family? hello, and welcome to sportsday. the fa cup, a competition which often throws up an upset or two. but for the premier league sides in action in the fifth round today, both crystal palace and wolves avoided the embarassment of losing to lower league opposition to reach the quarter—finals. we'll look at how high—flying wolves got there in a moment, but we start at the keepmoat stadium, where palace dispatched league one doncaster. austin halewood was watching. a memorable day for doncaster fans
and not just because a memorable day for doncaster fans and notjust because they were on bbc one. there was a chance of seeing their team reached the quarterfinals of the fa cup for the first time in history but at this stage of the tournament, the opposition can often be a step up. in fact, teens can be so much better, they make it look a bit too easy. gliding through the defence inside the opening ten minutes for crystal palace. doncaster needed to lift their game at the premier leaks i continue to press. crystal palace unlucky not to be given a penalty for a possible handball twice. so the visitors took it upon themselves. over the top here and then max meyer. the premier league tea m then max meyer. the premier league team in charge in south yorkshire. doncaster needed a reaction. they got will and came close but not
close enough. that was heading over. and they could not quite find the mark. palace barely out of second gear. in the end, it was an fa cup store that never really got going. i thought i did a fantasticjob really in them a few very proud of their performance because it was certainly an even game for long periods. luckily, we scored two quick goals and that saw us through so we quick goals and that saw us through so we have to be very happy with that. these matches are real because people do not give doncaster this type of team the credit they should. in the early game, bristol city of the championship will be disappointed they couldn't produce an upset, having won nine in a row coming into their match with wolves. they lost 1—0, but gave the premier league side a scare. hannah lupton watched this one. tinfoil cup, tick. well, it is the fa cup,
and here were two in—form teams hoping to get their hands on the real thing. wolves have been the premier league surprise package, and there was nothing surprising about the quality shown as they ripped through bristol city. goal! it's a classic wolverhampton wanderers goal! scoring from their first opportunity, well worth a fist pump. 1—0 up less than half an hour in, and it was oh so nearly two. against the post! magnificent football again from the premier league side! less comfortable for wolves after the break. this after all is a bristol city side who have won their last nine. but this strike with time, space, but no precision. wolves hit the woodwork again. the home side continued to pile on the pressure. flicked on and pushed over the bar! pushing to equalise until the last second with a frantic finish, seeing the wolves‘ keeper
deny the city keeper. wolves hang on and reach the quarter—finals. is this the year that silverware is wrapped in gold? hannah lupton, bbc news. we played really well. well—organised and good combinations, and a lot of chances that can kill the game and put the game to bed. knowing that after we are going to suffer, bristol city is a tough team, a very good team. and when they start putting balls around the box, it is very tough. and they put us against the ropes. it could be said the game of the day was in south wales as swansea beat brentford. ollie watkins put the away side ahead. but two goals in four minutes after the interval swung the match in swansea's favour. danieljames with the second of them. brentford were reduced to ten men before bersent celina made it 3—1. and they sealed the win late on, george byers picking his spot for swansea's fourth to reach the last eight two years in a row.
they were the better team first off. we had to respond to half—time because the atmosphere in the environment was not so positive. we have to lift up ourselves with a lot of young players, players starting their careers. but i thought their application and attitude and performance and quality was somebody proud of. in the women's fa cup, chelsea are a step closer to succesfully defending their title. they're through to the quarter—finals after beating arsenal 3—0 in a repeat of last year's final. beth england scored twice for chelsea, but it wasjonna andersson with the best goal of the game with a long—range effort. elsehwere, super league—leaders manchester city won 3—0 at tottenham from the league below. liverpool and manchester united
are also through with wins over millwall and london bees. the biggest win was for west ham, who thumped the lowest ranked side remaining, huddersfield, 8—1. in the championship, middlesbrough are up to fifth after a 1—0 win at blackburn. britt assombalonga with the only goalfor the away side. it condemned blackburn to a fourth successive defeat, while boro claimed a first win in three league games to leapfrog bristol city and climb one place. celtic are eight points clear at the top of the scottish premiership tonight. the main talking point came just before the final whistle as the scottish champions beat kilmarnock i—o. scott brown with a late winner in the 90th minute, his shot deflected off alex bruce. however, his joy soon turned sour when he was shown a second yellow card for over—celebrating, which looked harsh as celtic maintained their 100% domestic run. the other game today ended
motherwell 2, hearts 1. what a contest at the dw stadium tonight where the world club challenge match between the super league champions and the winners of australia's equivalent the nrl meet. it's wigan against the sydney roosters. around 30 minutes gone, it's 4—14. wigan have won this four times more than any other team. you can listen live on bbc radio five live sports extra. salford red devils‘s unbeaten record in super league was ended by leeds rhinos this afternoon. jack walker scored a hat—trick as the rhinos won 46—14 to move from bottom up to seventh. hull kr beat london broncos 22 points to 12 in the other game. it's the battle of two former champions in snooker‘s welsh open final. and it's australia's neil robertson who has the edge. he began the final session with a five frames to three lead
against the english open champion stuart bingham, who looked like winning the opening frame. but robertson produced a break of 65 to recover from 53—0 down and win the frame to make it 6—3. the match is the best of 17 frames. live coverage is on the bbc sport website and bbc red button. double european indoor champion laura muir is one of a record—equalling 48 athletes named by great britain for next month's european indoor championships in glasgow, perhaps unsurprising following her performance yesterday. she will defend her 1500 and 3000—metre titles at the event and demonstrated she's in line to retain both after taking five seconds off the british record for the indoor mile in birmingham yesterday. sprinter asha philip and hurdler andrew pozzi will all be defending their titles from belgrade in 2017. here's what else has been happening today. the big—hitting batsman chris gayle will retire from one—day internationals after this summer's world cup to concentrate on t20 cricket. england wing chris ashton is out of his side's six nations match with wales this weekend with a calf strain.
he started their win over france last time out. and finn russell is a doubt for scotland against france. he went off with a knock to the head playing for racing in the top 14 today. and how about this for talent running in the family. america's nelly korda added another chapter in the long list of family achievments. she won the women's australian open. with a final round of 67 to finish i7—under par and claim her second lpga title. now, korda's sisterjessica won the same tournament seven years ago, while their father petr won the australian open tennis title in 1998 and her brother sebastian won the boys' singles title in melbourne last year. nelly‘s sisterjessica tweeted this picture earlier of the four of them celebrating their respective wins doing the same celebratoryjump! amazing stuff.
that's all from sportsday. we'll have more throughout the evening. next up, it's click. massive attack's teardrop plays. it is pretty far out there, but it really suits the music and what they're about, i think. in his birmingham studio, artist harley davies is painting a unique work that is much, much more than meets the eye.