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good morning. hello, this is breakfast, good morning, welcome to breakfast welcome to breakfast, withjon kay and naga munchetty. with naga munchetty and jon kay. our headlines today: good morning. the countdown begins. withjon kay and naga munchetty. spacex prepares to launch here is a summary of today's main an uncrewed spacecraft. if successful, astronauts stories from bbc news: could travel to the international space station later this year. for the first time in eight years, our headlines today. an american rocket capable of carrying astronauts is preparing to blast off from the kennedy space centre in florida. the spacex falcon is due to launch three, two, 1, zero. at around 7:50am this morning clashes at the top of the labour party over how to deal for an unmanned test—flight to the international space station. ignition, left with allegations of anti—semitism. nasa says it is a critical mission, it is glasgow's golden girls. and if successful, could be a major katarina johnson—thompson step forward in space travel. and laura muir win on the opening night of european indoor athletic championships. and i've been lying down on thejob to meet the daring motorbike team who are revving up to do stunts we will be joined by libbyjackson from the uk space agency to watch as early as at the age of five. the take—off in around do you say scone or scone? we will look at why the way we talk 15 minutes' time. and the words we use can tell us more than just who we are and where we're from. iam very i am very excited about this, very hello, good morning. excited. we've got some wet and windy there has been a clash at the top weather this weekend, but it gets worse later on sunday of the labour party over the way it with the arrival of storm freya, handles anti—semitism allegations. the party's general secretary,
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and i'll have more on that later on. jennie formby, has criticised the deputy leader, tom watson, for asking members to contact him directly with their concerns. she has accused him of undermining the party's attempts to deal it is saturday 2 march. with complaints, but he has hit back our top story: the countdown has saying people have lost confidence in the existing system begun to a major space rocket launch in the united states. it is paving the way for america for handling allegations. to send astronauts into orbit for the first time in eight years. the us ambassador to the uk has the spacex falcon is due to launch at around 7:50am this morning. urged britain to embrace american farming methods to help secure it will be an unmanned test—flight a trans—atlantic trade deal. to the international space station. writing in the daily telegraph, nasa says it is a critical mission, woodyjohnson described us practices and if successful, could be a major such as chlorine—washing chicken as the future of farming. step forward in space travel. the government has insisted it our science correspondent won't lower food standards in order to get a post—brexit trade deal pallab ghosh has more. with the united states. spacex's mighty falcon rocket, and on top, the dragon space capsule. the number of smokers in england and wales has fallen designed to take four while the number of visits to sexual astronauts into space, but not just yet. health clinics has gone up, according to a report instead, just a solitary crash test on council—run health services. the local government association is warning tough budget cuts dummy, wired with sensors, are undermining future efforts on improving healthca re, is in one of these seats. but the government says authorities three, two, one, launch. received more than £3 billion
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of funding this year. this uncrewed test is part of an ambitious nasa project to send the son of former al-qaeda leader osama bin laden has been stripped astronauts into space of his saudi arabian citizenship. from us soil once more. it comes a day after we're doing things that are really the united states offered a $1 million reward for information risky, that most normal human on the whereabouts of hamza bin beings don't do. laden. and the designs and the complexity of what we have to do — you know, we're strapping human beings on top of rockets with millions of pounds of thrust and hurling them into orbit, to go attach to a space station, it is believed he is now the leader to do world—cutting research. of the terror organisation, and that isn't trivial. which is blamed for carrying out the 11 september attacks. the search for a british climber it has been eight long years who has been missing since the country that won the space in the himalayas for almost a week race has been grounded. is expected to resume today. the shuttle was withdrawn tom ballard and his italian companion daniele nardi were trying to scale one of the highest from service because it was unsafe, mountains in the world, and nasa had to pay the russian but lost contact on sunday. rescue efforts so far have been space agency to send its astronauts hampered by bad weather, to the space station with winds of up to 200 mph. eight people have suffered minor on its soyuz rockets. injuries after a plane abandoned its take—off at stansted airport. but, in 2014, nasa awarded spacex what has been described as a big bang shook the cabin. and boeing a combined £5 billion
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the vienna—bound laudamotion flight contract so that each skidded to a halt on the runway before being evacuated. could build their own spacecraft. all flights at the airport were suspended for around three if they work as planned, hours while the runway was cleared. nasa hopes to use the vehicles to send astronauts into space by the end of the year. there has been a big rise we will be joined by libbyjackson in the number of people receiving calls from scammers pretending from the uk space agency to watch to work at the tax office. the take—off just after 7:45am. hm revenue and customs said it had received 60,000 reports of phone scams in the last six months of 2018, a rise of 360% compared 7:1i9am 7:49aml to the six months before. 7:1i9am i think is the exact people are being warned to be vigilant about fraudsters mainly targeting landline users. scheduled time, but we will cover it live. let's show you a view of the kennedy space centre, the falcon rocket is due to launch from there. around 60 firefighters have been battling a fire at a tower block it doesn't look much, does it, on in east london overnight. its own, but it will be quite a an air conditioning unit was alight on the top of a 33—storey building spectacular sight, and naga is in the canary wharf area. the london fire brigade says it is now under control and nobody was injured. beside herself, so we will cover that very soon. there has been a clash at the top of the labour party over the way it handles anti—semitism allegations. the party's general secretary, jennie formby, has accused
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the deputy leader, tom watson, a positive attitude keeps your brain of undermining the party's attempts healthy and lowers your risk to deal with complaints. our political correspondent of dementia in older age, tom barton is in our london newsroom according to new research. to tell us more. the global council on brain health says keeping tabs on your emotional wellbeing can bejust as beneficial as avoiding things like smoking or a poor diet when it comes to reducing the risk of cognitive decline. we understand we have been speaking a lot about these allegations under labour party about anti—semitism, and the way it is dealing with it is being focused on now. that's did wejust say absolutely right, naga, in the last few weeks we have seen nine labour did we just say there is a department for brain health?” mps quit the party, blaming in part did we just say there is a department for brain health? i think it was an organisation, not the the leadership‘s response to the department. do you think they would issue of anti—semitism. just in the wa nt department. do you think they would want us? well, they would want mike, last few days jeremy corbyn‘s ally mastermind winner. for me it is chris williamson has been suspended from the party for saying they have been too apologetic on the issue. a lwa ys now we have this extraordinary mastermind winner. for me it is always exercising your chuckle muscle, if you get something that public row between two of labour's makes you laugh every day, you keep your chuckle muscle fit and healthy, big beasts. on the one hand there is and it really helps. where is your tom watson, the most senior elected politician afterjeremy corbyn, the chuckle muscle? in here, and if you deputy leader of the party. he wrote let it go, it won't come back. you
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to mps earlier this week asking them to mps earlier this week asking them to e—mail him with complaints of are making me laugh talking about it. and i was happy last night to anti—semitism, saying that it would allow him to log and monitor how well the party is dealing with those see some fantastic performances in the athletics for great britain as they make an early start to top the complaints. well, nowjennie formby, medal table this weekend. the party's general secretary, the katarina johnson—thompson has become european champion in the indoor most senior employee of the labour pentathlon after an emphatic victory in glasgow. party, has written back to tom she missed out on a world record watson, copying in all of the byjust over two seconds in the end, finishing the last event in a time pa rty‘s mps and watson, copying in all of the party's mps and members of the house of two minutes and nine seconds. world junior heptathlon champion of lords, accusing him of setting up niamh emerson collapsed over a vague, parallel process, saying it the line, but it was still enough to pick up a silver medal and join was inappropriate and would pollute johnson—thompson on the podium. the existing complaints system. well, now tom watson has responded tojennie well, now tom watson has responded to jennie formby, saying well, now tom watson has responded tojennie formby, saying that i was going to say i can't opacity and delay in the party's really ask for more, process has led to a complete loss but in the long jump i did of trust. now, it is, naga, very, want a little bit more. very rare for i’ows of trust. now, it is, naga, very, very rare for rows like this to happen in quite such a public way, but it's really high level to try and it shows just how tense it is inside the party at the moment. and do what i've done today, so i'm really happy and it shows just how tense it is inside the party at the momentm with the performance i gave. really does, tom, and we haven't 4,900 points is a really good score,
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heard much from jeremy corbyn in it's my second—highest ever. reaction to this, but do you think so yeah, i'm really happy i got this is just highlighting the to come away with the gold. tensions between the leader, the and laura muir, queen of scots, deputy leader, and the splits in the won the 3,000 metres in stunning fashion in front of her home crowd. party? well, yes, and of course the she lapped almost the entire field to cross the line and give britain tensions betweenjeremy corbyn and a second gold of the tom watson, they have been pretty first day in glasgow. public in recent weeks. tom watson what is even more impressive referring to the decision of a was that muir had less than three hours to recover from a 1,500 metre heat, which she also won. jewish mp to leave the party because you can watch her in that 1,500 of the anti—semitism issue, which is metres final tomorrow evening on the bbc. leeds united are back on top of the championship a terrible loss. and the interesting after their biggest win of the season, against promotion thing here is that tom watson, like jeremy corbyn, is a directly —— is rivals west brom. directly elected by the party's and it tookjust 16 seconds membership, which essentially means jeremy corbyn can't fire him. he is for pablo hernandez for leeds to settle the home nerves with a screamer. immune, if you like, from any patrick bamford scored a brace as leeds went on to win 4—0. sanction from the party's leadership, and that gives him the brendan rodgers says he hopes celtic fans will forgive him, after leaving the club to become freedom, when he disagrees as he does with jeremy the new manager of leicester city, freedom, when he disagrees as he does withjeremy corbyn on this speaking at his first press issue, to speak out and make his conference since taking over. rodgers has to wait until tomorrow, points ina issue, to speak out and make his points in a very public way. that for his first game at home to watford. is, of course, a massive headache forjeremy corbyn and his allies in it all happened very quickly.
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the party as they try once again to put the issue of anti—semitism to bed. and all of that world brexit is i was presented an opportunity that going on, as well. thank you very came to me, and obviously, much. of course, then emotionally you're the us ambassador to the uk has having to take that out. urged britain to embrace american farming methods to help secure a trans—atlantic trade deal. and my decision was that i felt writing in the daily telegraph, that, after nearly three years woodyjohnson described us practices at celtic, with everything that we'd such as chlorine—washing chicken as the future of farming. the government has insisted it won't lower food standards in order achieved and the success we had to get a post—brexit trade deal on the pitch and the improvements we'd made off the pitch, that i felt it was probably with the united states. then the time to move on to my next challenge. quick look at today's fixtures, and manchester city can go top of the premier league for 2h hours the number of smokers in england by beating bournemouth later, and wales has fallen while it is also the while the number of visits to sexual north london derby. health clinics has gone up, two straight defeats have seen spurs slip out of title contention, according to a report but manager mauricio pochettino on council—run health services. says his players won't need any help the local government association is warning tough budget cuts getting up for the are undermining future efforts lunchtime kick—off. scotland women's coach shelley kerr on improving healthca re, but the government says authorities says her side must learn to overcome received more than £3 billion higher—ranked sides, of funding this year. after slipping to a late defeat our health correspondent to canada in the algarve cup. a late penalty dashed dreams of a draw against the world number five side. scotland must beat iceland on monday dominic hughes explains. to avoid finishing bottom
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of their group. since 2013 in england, it is your local council that has it doesn't get much tougher or much better preparation for england been responsible for public health. tonight, as they face world number that involves everything from helping people to quit smoking ones the usa in the she believes cup. to treating sexually transmitted diseases. giving councils responsibility they could actually win for public health was controversial, the tournament with a victory, but today, the local government and if other results go their way. defender lucy bronze knows association says the evidence shows the challenge that lies it has been largely successful. in wait in nashville. for example, the overall number of adult smokers has fallen by 1.6 castleford tigers have gone top of super league million since 2011. following a convincing 32—16 win at home to hull kingston rovers. at the other end of the table, teenage pregnancies are down leeds rhinos' dire start to the season continued by almost a quarter since 2013. as they were beaten 35—18 by wakefield. it was their first home and since 2012, the suicide rate game of the season. has steadily decreased, they have won just one and among men is now the lowest it of five matches so far. 11 years after their last has been since 1981. victory over gloucester, bristol have finally ended that drought. they won 28—24 at ashton gate since public health has come over to climb up to ninth in the premiership. to local government, the best try was this effort from scrum—half andy uren early in the second half. in 2013, we've seen 80% of the key indicators either remain quick tennis line for you, and britain's cameron norrie has the same or improve. missed out on a first atp final we're showing real success. after losing in straight sets
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that's despite a £531 million cut in the public health budget and 50% to world number three reduction in government funding for local government. so, overall, i can say that public alexander zverev at the mexico open. health in local government is a success. now, do you ever tell your kids off one of the main tasks of public for playing too much fifa health is to prevent illness on their x—box or playstation? in the first place by encouraging a healthy lifestyle. well, now they could be pulling on the e—lions shirt. today's report shows the positive next weekend, the fa will hold impact an effective public health qualifiers to represent england service can have. at the inaugural fifa enations cup in april. but there are warnings that it's the first national, without it, in the face of rising demand, an already hard—pressed nhs e—sports team, and anybody over the age of 16 in will struggle to cope. england can take part. pakistan has freed an indian fighter what about under 16? talking of pilot who was shot down and captured two days ago in the disputed region of kashmir. crowds waited for hours on the indian side to greet under 16, they are among the most the return of wing commander abhinandan varthaman, who has been treated as a national hero. daring motorbike riders in the country. he is being checked over by doctors and yet some of the tigers display before a full debrief with military commanders. team are as young as five. the search for a british climber who has been missing indeed, all of the stunt in the himalayas for almost a week riders are under 17,
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and they are helping to keep is expected to resume today. the sport going after the last tom ballard and his italian companion daniele nardi had been of the famous adult display teams broke up. ahead of their summer tour, scaling one of the highest mountains and lost contact on sunday. i've been to join the tigers ben ando reports. in training in hampshire. last contact from british mountaineer tom ballard, revving up for the new season, climbing with italian daniele nardi, the boys and girls who tour the country performing stunts on motorbikes, including kenny, who isjust six. was on sunday, when they had reached 6,300 metres, or nearly 21,000 feet, up on nanga parbat in the himalayas. i like doing the firejumps, it is the world's ninth—highest and i like it that high. and the first time you do it, peak, but with temperatures down you get a bit scared, to —40 degrees and winds of up but then you really like it. to 200 mph, it has become known as ‘killer mountain'. helicopter searches have reported seeing a tent and traces of an avalanche in the area. legs in the air, it is hard but in fort william, in scotland, to believe i'm seeing children where mr ballard spent much as young as five learning these of his early life, they are still hoping for good news. stunts on motorbikes. big mountains have all the inherent it's incredible. dangers and things. he's only been here for three months training with them. i suppose, on the optimistic side, he'd never been on a motorbike it's probably a very technical route before, and he's jumping, you know, off ramps. that they're climbing. slightly scary. i'm sure it's — i know it's
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a new route that they're attempting, what's it like for you as a mum? so it will be very well it's slightly scary, kitted outwith, you know, but he's incredibly confident. fixed ropes, and ways i think that's what good for all the kids, it gives them and means of escaping. and, if it's really bad weather, an amazing amount of confidence. the tigers, along with rockets climbers have got a good way of holding up. and the imps, are the only surviving mr ballard's mother, display teams now. alison hargreaves, was the first woman to climb mount everest the public displays raise money for children's charities. without oxygen, but she later died as long as you can ride a bicycle without stabilisers, we do the rest. it's unbelievable, but to see your on k2, the world's kid going from there to jumping second—highest peak. the search for her son a car is amazing. and his italian fellow climber the older they become, the more is expected to resume later. extreme their bike tricks are. the italian ambassador it hurts at first. described them as tough guys, you get used to it, but added that finding them alive you strengthen your legs, and you eventually don't feel it unless it goes wrong. now would be a miracle. if you're good and if you concentrate, it's not dangerous. eight people have suffered minor injuries after a plane abandoned its take—off at stansted airport. but, like me, i'm a bit... what has been described as a big you know, so i fall off quite a bit. bang shook the cabin. the vienna—bound laudamotion flight skidded to a halt on the runway before being evacuated. all flights at the airport were suspended for around three hours while the runway was cleared. but, like others who occasionally fall, it doesn't stop brooke getting back on. there has been a big rise now, like me, the tigers have
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in the number of people receiving learned from the now—disbanded white helmets team. calls from scammers pretending to work at the tax office. hm revenue and customs said it had but, unlike back in 2012, received 60,000 reports of phone this time i'm going to be scams in the last six months on my own bike. of 2018, a rise of 360% compared it is one of those sports in which it really helps to learn to the six months before. people are being warned to be at a young age, and i'm letting him vigilant to the fraud, show me the lines to take around which is targeting this beginner track. look at his control, steady speed, perfect. my first attempt to integrate into the team and join a criss—cross mainly landline users. routine didn't last long. it just shows how technical these manoeuvres are. how do you get people to stop i got rather confused, but i was still persuaded to try my first everjump. feeding bread to ducks? well, i'll tell you what, if five —year—olds can do it, surely — surely i can. notices are not enough, hammered up on the wall. rangers at queen's park in glasgow have installed giant plastic birds emblazoned with warnings. although i didn't exactly fly over. so they turned up the heat, the likes of kenny setting the pace, it is after smaller signs asking as if i wasn't sweating enough. visitors not to feed the ducks were ignored by visitors. bird experts suggested people consider alternatives to bread such as oats, peas and lettuce. now, don't try this at home. it is done in very controlled conditions, under the supervision
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of instructors. having survived, i needed a lie down. the problem i have is with lettuce, not what i had in mind, but it shows that in training, because i don't think i could throw all the parents have to do this. that's enough. the lettuce far enough, because it it's all about trust and meticulous training, and in 39 years it has never gone is so light, it is an aerodynamic wrong, despite my concerns. and, to finish it off, i was told to close my eyes problem, obviously. especially on a for the show‘s finale. i think i have aged about 15 years. windy day, the wet lettuce flies backin windy day, the wet lettuce flies back in yourface. windy day, the wet lettuce flies back in your face. darren will have the weather for you in about four or probably 30 years, to be honest. i five minutes, and we are also building up to that spacex launch of would have been better off in the tiger suit but it didn't quite fit that little capsule at 72119 a.m.. me. we are on countdown, in four with so—called islamic state minutes there is a launch of the apparently close to being completely wiped out in syria, the us has spacex shuttle, a test flight of an turned its attention to its old enemy al-qaeda. unmanned capsule. it is happening in the americans have offered a $1 million reward, that is around £750,000, for information on the whereabouts of osama bin laden‘s son hamza. four minutes. wet and windy weather it is thought he now leads the organisation. professor fawaz gerges is the author of a book on al-qaeda, and joins us from our for as this weekend. storm freya set to arrive later tomorrow. the winter london newsroom.
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light at the moment. we will see sunshine developing for eastern thank you very much indeed for areas. that the winter light. it is joining us. what did you may, when wet and windy across northern you heard about this million—dollar ireland. that pushes into scotland reward for osama bin laden‘s son, and eventually into westernmost information about him, what was your parts of england and wales. strong immediate response? why now? why put to gale force winds, western scotland, northern ireland. in the rain, 11, were at stays dry it 1 million us dollars on his head? should be 1a degrees. we have rain keepin 1 million us dollars on his head? keep in mind that there are $25 billion reward on the current leader during the evening. it's windy in the north—west of scotland, gales or of al-anda. there are 10 million us severe is —— severe gales. the rain dollars reward on the head of the never really clears away from southern england. in between we have clearer skies. the temperatures will dip away to three aw four celsius. isis leader abu bakr al—baghdadi. there are so much we do not know the rest is windy in the north—west of scotland, more showers to come. this rain we have across other parts about hamza bin laden. we do not of england and wales starts to move know where he is, is he hiding, is northwards. one band of rain followed by another, probably he on the afghanistan pakistan getting as far as southern scotland border? is the under house arrest in and northern ireland. shell is following in behind late in the day. the —— in a ride? does he play any —— showers. it is the strength of
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the wind we have to worry about. role in alcaig? and the fact that the americans have only put $1 that is coming because of this deep million, it tells me that basically area of low pressure which will be storm freya later on tomorrow. the track may change a bit. stronger hamza bin laden might be emerging as twins on the southern flank. as a result we have a yellow wind warning from the met office —— strongest a potential leaderfor hamza bin laden might be emerging as a potential leader for the al-qaeda organisation worldwide. you are winds. the wind will pick up thinking this might be more of a tomorrow afternoon, tomorrow evening, gusts up to 70 mph, message to him from washington, possibly even 80 mph on the western we're watching you, we have our eyes coast, the strongest of the winds on you, rather than an actual plea for intelligence about his tra nsfer coast, the strongest of the winds transfer up to northern england later on in the night. very windy whereabouts? here is what we know overnight by the time we get to the about hamza bin laden. we know he is rush hour on monday morning. still in his early 30s. we know he is a very windy in the north—east of england. the worst of the winds will blow away. it will be a case of very shabbily, enigmatic figure. we sunshine and blustery showers on know that since 2015 he has been monday. the warning runs from 3pm calling on his followers to avenge his father's murder, who was killed until 6am monday morning. that is by the american special forces in where we have the worst of the pakistan. we know that many young winds, at to you two. alcaig followers are looking for a
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new leadership. —— the current we have to cut you off there. it is leader of al-qaeda is an old man. he lunchtime. someone is excited. any is very to visit. he does not minute now, live on breakfast, we inspire and motivate the followers. will watch this, the launch of the spacex falcon rocket blasting off from florida. when you say any al-qaeda has been overshadowed by the rise of isis. we are seeing that minute now it is in one minute and the rise of isis. we are seeing that the beginning of the end of isis 15 seconds, counting down. you can see on the bottom of your screen. an territorial rule. al-qaeda might be unmanned mission to the international space station. if it rising. hamza might be rising as a goes without a hitch astronauts will leader. the americans are trying to begin travelling on—board a pre—empt, be proactive. this is my spacecraft later this year. libby ta ke pre—empt, be proactive. this is my take on the situation, even though we have many questions and we don't have the answers to these questions. jacksonjoins us spacecraft later this year. libby jackson joins us now. spacecraft later this year. libby and it is the fact that he is hamza jacksonjoins us now. in about spacecraft later this year. libby jackson joins us now. in about 20 seconds, why is this so important? bin laden, he has that same name as it is the first time since 2011 that the us are getting astronauts into his father, would give him added space on their own. we have only had power, added potency, potentially, the russian soyuz vehicle to get to within al-anda, wouldn't it? what and from the space station. it is is he like as a character, do we important to see this go well. what are the concerns right now as we are watching? everyone will be working know? you are raising important through the last of derby countdown. points. here is what we know about hamza. he is in his 30s. as a boy, they will be checking the telemetry,
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hamza. he is in his 30s. as a boy, hamza spent many years with his making sure it is as it had been —— la st making sure it is as it had been —— last steps of the counter. we should father in afghanistan. he was see the rocket engine light and it terribly, terribly shaped and should go off the pad and into influenced by osama bin laden. this space. 0k, isa influenced by osama bin laden. this should go off the pad and into space. ok, 21, 20, 19 seconds. is a tragic story, fathers and sons, as we know historically. in fact, hopefully we will hear it as well as contrary to many reports, osama bin it takes off. it is unmanned, there laden feared for the safety of isa dummy it takes off. it is unmanned, there is a dummy on—board who was the hands. hamza is one of bin laden‘s weight of an astronaut to try to test out what will work. here we go. davbridge 20 kids. —— favourite 20 three, two, one... kids. he wanted hamza to leave ignition, lived. afghanistan and pakistan and go and study in qatar. hamza's imagination has been shaped by his father and busily he wanted to follow in his if you have turned your screens on father's footsteps. and since 2015 you are now watching a test flight he has been playing an inspirational ofan you are now watching a test flight role. al-qaeda is desperate for of an unmanned shall to the international space station. this is charismatic leaders. unless you have the new crew dragon capital which is suggested, hamza would feel this making its debut flight in florida, particular role as being the son. everything hamza does is to follow
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in his father's footsteps. his launched by, in co—ordination with voice, the way he comes across, he imitates his father. point by point, nasa and the headquarters there. no human passengers on board. it is in particular, since the last few carrying a space suit clad dummy. yea rs. in particular, since the last few years. itself like we are going to very similar to one launched into hear a lot more about him. professor space last year, which will help those at nasa monitor what is going fawaz gerges, thank you very much. —— itself like. on and, potentially, in a short i promise you would get darren. he while, real humans can go up has imported warnings about the weather this weekend. we have been enjoying some lovely sunshine cheering row. lately. for those of usjoining cheering row. crazy weather. we have been enjoying for those of us joining us you are something unseasonably warm. this weekend, wet and windy. storm freya listening to the capsule. the to arrive later tomorrow. that is vehiclejust listening to the capsule. the vehicle just passed through max q, going to develop from this area of cloud. it really hasn't got any the area of maximum aerodynamic shape to it yet. eventually the pressure on the vehicle. as you can hearin pressure on the vehicle. as you can hear in the background, the cloud will look like this: cloud. excitement is unbelievable. passing that hides ourfirst cloud will look like this: cloud. that hides our first area of low pressure, which is going to bring through max q. libby, a loss of wet and windy weather in from the atlantic. fairly quiet at the moment. rain and drizzle, is in excitement on earth. tell us about, from what you can tell an from there parts of the uk, moving away. some
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reactions, that seems to have been a sunshine for a while. very quickly successful launch, at least. so far turns wet and windy in northern ireland this morning. that will move so good. everyone is pleased when we see it go off the launchpad. it will into western parts of england and ta ke see it go off the launchpad. it will take ten minutes to get all the way wales leader in the day. the strongest winds picking up in into orbit. it is not until the northern ireland, western scotland, final engines shut down that strong to gale force was likely he. everybody will completely relax, we it is more of a south, have got it into space and it is on south—westerly wind. quite mild, its way to the space station. evenin whenever you watch images like this, south—westerly wind. quite mild, even in the rain 10— 11 degrees. it stays mostly dry across the the concern is, past memories, one midlands, is in england, 1a degrees. of the crucial pinch points in the we get the rain during the evening. we get the rain during the evening. launch, can you take us through we also get the winds picking up in that? you have just seen that point, north—west scotland. gales, severe gales, and frequent and heavy max q, that is where you have the showers. that rain is still there maximum aerodynamic pressure. they across southern parts of england and rocket is blasting through the air. wales. in between some breaks in the it is very thick. that is when the cloud and temperatures will dip a way to three aw four celsius. forces are at their greatest. once it gets through that it is easier, tomorrow looks wet and windy for a any vibrations should die down. that good part of the day. that rain in is always a key point, especially for this one. it is the first time some parts of england and wales this shall has launched. this is pushes its way northwards. one area of rain followed by another area of carrying this dummy, a space suit rain. getting as far as southern
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scotland, northern ireland. barinka clad dummy, similar to one launched be quite heavy. mild air once again. earlier in the year. also around a50 but the story is the strength of the lbs of cargo, what does this wind. that will pick up later on represent, prepare in terms of future flights? it means we will tomorrow. this is what we're left have an independent way of getting with tomorrow. this area of low crew to and from the international pressure is a storm freya. some space station. since the shuttle retired in 2011 the only way to do uncertainty about the exact track. strongest winds to the southern it has been with the soyuz capsule, flank of out low. that is where we thatis it has been with the soyuz capsule, that is what tim peake flew one in have yellow with warnings from the met office later tomorrow. the winds really start to pick up in the 2015. adarius during hour. if this south—west and wales later on separation? is it a key moment? —— tomorrow afternoon into the evening, costs 60—70 possibly 80 in some into there is cheering up. the rocket is now in two parts. the first one has now in two parts. the first one has now completed. we have a successful the into the rsc. thisjon woods tra nsfer the into the rsc. thisjon woods separation. this is the part at the transfer for the north awards northern england. —— i receive. top that will continue pushing it to a00 kilometres into orbit to what we windy overnight. then the winds can hear some of the commentary. on the left— hand can hear some of the commentary. on the left—hand side of your screen pushed away. lottery winds on thatis the left—hand side of your screen that is a view from the first stage monday. sunshine and some shelves. as it makes its way back down but the weather starts to come down towards the earth. we go down to a little. the warning from the met lauren and down for updates on that office runs from three o'clock first age recovery. we come back to tomorrow afternoon until six o'clock you, libby. we don't want them. we on monday —— some showers. strong
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wa nt you, libby. we don't want them. we winds across wales the parts of want to libby. that is brilliant. western england may bring travel one crucial part... we are on the disruption. all the details will be on bbc local radio. back to you. so way. not there yet. once you have got to be second stage it is going useful. travel disruption is well. the first stage is always very important. but if you are going out for a game of golf you need to note dramatic. with spaceflight now we when toutai met. it is not all about are about trying to reuse things, bring them because, make it the golf. to do the travel first. i was being fair! that is the travel sustainable. that first stage lands back on earth. it is an amazing to get you to the gulf. exactly. engineering feat. it is like a pencil coming down on its tip and it in the aftermath of the second world war, will land on a vote in the middle of many british families were sent the atlantic ocean, it all goes well to germany to help it rebuild. it was a difficult time, and there was still much anger -- i find it the atlantic ocean, it all goes well —— i find it an amazing technical and resentment between the two sides. now the memories of one young boy feat. will be space coverage has who moved from wales to berlin, have been turned into a film. been about china, russia, india, tomos morgan reports. europe, it is important for america to say we are still here and still rachel. hello. i remember it very doing it stability is important for the international community as a whole. what we do in human spaceflight is international, we have people from canada, europe, the surprisingly vividly. kendrick was uk, just relying on the russians
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only eight years old when his family moved to germany in 19117. his means that if anything goes wrong with soyuz we had no way of getting to and from this amazing scientific father, captain walter brooke, was charged with rebuilding the laboratory in space. just before shattered city after the second christmas there was a launch that we nt world war. starring jason clark and christmas there was a launch that went wrong, two astronauts arrived keira knightley, the aftermath is a safely, so we need this dual film loosely based on his memories. approach and the fact that there will be three. we need to stress, my film loosely based on his memories. my dad used to talk about it. he this international collaboration. for so long we spoke about space used to say, a number of times, you wa rs for so long we spoke about space wars and the race to space, but now know, it's not a bad revenge, or it is, i have been lucky to speak to anything like that, or retribution, tim peake very often. it is a myjob is to rebuild is. collaborative, even at the anything like that, or retribution, my job is to rebuild is. this house international space station there is is requisitioned for british use. a mix of cultures and different and despite advice to the contrary, countries represented. you could not do that without it. it is a very he struck a close friendship with expensive endeavour. if everybody comes together we can share that and work for a single purpose. the uk as pa rt work for a single purpose. the uk as part of the european space agency. his neighbour. he earned himself the we have uk scientists taking part. nickname the icebreaker. it was the you couldn't do without everybody. children who broke down the barriers between me too families. it was a shall we recap what we are seeing? what we're seeing the moment, we very, very important turning point which happens the following christmas. we decided that all the
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will see lappage is now, libby, just children, all six of us, would get explain, this is the spacex test flight explain, this is the spacex test flight of an unmanned shall to the international space station. it will together and pretend we were a dock would be station in a couple of choir. and we saying silent night, days, march three, no, tomorrow.“ that the dummy? we have been talking about a and we alldid that the dummy? we have been talking abouta dummy that the dummy? we have been talking about a dummy astronaut sitting inside. is that him in blue? it is choir. and we saying silent night, and we all did it in german. and it how, in fact. inside. is that him in blue? it is how, infact. it inside. is that him in blue? it is how, in fact. it is the view from was a very moving moment for my inside. it is a manic and that is pa rents was a very moving moment for my parents and for them. tears were kitted out with all sorts of senses rolling down their face so we can see what is going on parents and for them. tears were through the launch, they can learn rolling down theirface by parents and for them. tears were rolling down their face by the time we had done it. the love affair is what it is like for their passengers. they have named it really after sigourney weaver's character in alien. you can even get fictional, but it is a key element in both the film and the novel that inspired the screenplay which was a view from the helmet. that plan is written by his son. it is a strange carrying on, pushing it further and feeling, but it is nice, the essence further up towards the a00 kilometre of the story is about forgiveness and reconciliation. it is all the orbit. rahul libby space station tomorrow. that is a crucial point, docking with the international space station —— where it will dock with way through in the dna of the film. the production team have stayed in the international space session
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tomorrow. this shall is based on the close contact with the family throughout before making process. cargo dragon which has taken cargo to and from. that is grapples by the and meeting the stars has been one of the highlights of this artistic robot arm that reaches out and grabs it. this one will fly. it will journey. what was it like to see keira knightley portraying your mother? it was great. i gave her a control its approach and dock to the international space station just peck on the cheek and said" hello, lack the space shuttle did. this one is the crew dragon. you have the mum " cargo dragon and this is the crew tomos morgan reporting. dragon. commercial. that is the how does the way we talk — and the words we use — other side of this. you will be tell us about who we are and where we're from? well, a new york times quiz that first in the queue trying to get reckons it can guess where you live through. i would love to. you said based on the way you speak has gone viral online. here are some of the questions: it was eight years since the as you pronounce them, americans did this last. in terms of do the words farm and palm rhyme? how do you refer the technology, even the cameras on to your grandmother? board, this looks and feels like a do you call her nan, very different kind of experience. it is. it is all new. we have the technology. the capital will be reusable. another way is being developed by boeing. girl b two american capitals by next year, all being well. they all have reusable granny, orgrandma? elements. the old apollo just came
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back to earth, could not be reused. the shuttle was reusable, but had a lot of challenges in doing that because of some of the design decisions, that is why it was i say isay grandma. retired, ultimately. this could be a i say grandma. me too. key pa rt if retired, ultimately. this could be a key part if we are going to keep what do you call your evening meal? living and working in low earth orbit and as we look at going back supper, dinner, or tea? to the moon. you mentioned boeing, that has always confused me, when what is to say about private sector someone says you that has always confused me, when someone says you want to come over projects now and that impact. what is that? that is the landing of the for tea? which happens rarely. i think it is for a cup of tea. i first h—back on the ship. if you are would never say come round for tea. looking down you can see the i was would never say come round for tea. iwasa would never say come round for tea. i was a come round for dinner. steering fins and the rockets firing. if it all goes well you will whereas, growing up in the north—west of england, if you had said come round for dinner, that see be ship coming into view. the would be like a full on proper posh first stage will just land dinner party. it is weird. very see be ship coming into view. the first stage willjust land on a ship in the middle of the ocean like a small areas and we use different pencil. you describe it as a pencil words. whatever your answers, they tell us a bit about where you're from. fiona douglas, a lecturer in the middle of your hand. keep the in linguistics, is here pictures up on hand. i was asking to explain why. good morning. do you want to put the about the private collaboration and tea, dinner, for debate... for me it private sector being involved in space because budgets have been
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is dinner in the evening. but i have squeezed, at a government level.m had similar experiences to you. i is where we are going to. we are was invited round to someone's council supper. for me supper is looking to private companies. it allows them to commercialise it to what you do in your pyjamas —— someone's house. for me supper other people who may have interest. we are seeing in the crew missions, sounds really posh. i think of the last supper. i think back to that. sees probably available to anybody who has the funds. you can see wei yu at that one as well?|j scientific experiments. companies last supper. i think back to that. wei yu at that one as well? i am not told —— were you at. can scientific experiments. companies ca n start scientific experiments. companies can start using this weightless wei yu at that one as well? i am not told -- were you at. in this day and environment in space to develop age we have so much international technologies and medicines that will media, these words and differences help everybody back here on earth. still exist. it is. what is really so elon musk is a crucial player in interesting for me is the people all of this. are yes, he is one part of it. his part of it, you have the have been saying that dialects are dying and they have been saying that boeing team. there are people across since the 18th century. it is not. europe who are looking to do these the fact that social media has gone things. these companies will be a mad for this and that people have key pa rt things. these companies will be a key part of exploration as we move different words in the country and that they are so interested in it forward in the last decade. let us for me, as far as i can see, re—. we now have some gorgeous dialects are alive and kicking. have colours from the live pictures. it is glowing red at the moment —— you done this? i have. i am noticing recap. this is the orbit it will be an accident. i am from the west of taking. the spacecraft takes about ten minutes to get into orbit. then
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scotland, about 12 hours away from we will spend the day catching up to glasgow —— an accident. i think is the international space station. more noticeable for some than we will spend the day catching up to the international space stationm will demonstrate that it can get others. for me, when i did it, there there and get away from it as well. we re others. for me, when i did it, there were some killer questions. so the if all goes well it will dock tomorrow. it will probably at the word for a young child, a baby, if international space station before you are from the west of scotland, we get home, if the trains are bad. which i am, it would be a wean. i libby, it has been fantastic having you to experience this with us. i cannot take my eyes off the screen in the corner. that is them landing on the ship. for anyone expecting to think that was a giveaway. so the watch newswatch this week, we showed word for a young kind of loutish, it early in the programme. but we had to show you this, like pictures usually male, or what might be of this. if you want to watch called a chav, a townley, a chykie... called a chav, a townley, a chykie. .. for called a chav, a townley, a newswatch against it on iplayer. thank you very much, libby. we will chykie... for me called a chav, a townley, a be back injust a couple chykie. .. for me that was yob. thank you very much, libby. we will be back in just a couple of minutes. townley and chykie are very different terms for me. this is one of the worth that is on their for me. we have a selection of things.
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this belongs to chris in our team who has taken off one of his use this morning. say that was one of those shoes you use for doing pe at school, for running around in the gym at school. what would you call that? for me those are gutties. where i am my kids would call them daps. that one for me is a scone. that one is a role for me. that is a back. people are using these words daily. we have been out and about over the summer, right across the country, and we took brady things, and there were nearly bun fights, if ican make and there were nearly bun fights, if i can make a pun —— bread things.
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and there were nearly bun fights, if i can make a pun -- bread things. we should celebrate the fact that we have so many dialects in this country, the whole of uk and ireland. should absolutely celebrated and learn. it does change as you move around the country. celebrated and learn. it does change as you move around the countrym does. i have adopted some yorkshire was since i moved there about 15 yea rs was since i moved there about 15 years ago. now when i say anything that to me in scotland would be a bun, i would call a back. that to me in scotland would be a bun, iwould call a back. a that to me in scotland would be a bun, i would call a back. a stream. it isa bun, i would call a back. a stream. it is a stream. auryn of corundum -- yorkshire word for someone who is not from yorkshire. which is what i am. i find it fascinating. thank you for joining am. i find it fascinating. thank you forjoining us. you are one in the west country. i think! am forjoining us. you are one in the west country. i think i am gone native. they now where daps and things like that. let us know this morning. we would love to hear from you. get in touch in the usual ways.
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if there is a word you use that you did not realise was used by other people into you moved to another pa rt of people into you moved to another part of the country and started talking about daps and then thought, oh, gosh, let us dialect was. we would love to hear from you. it is 7:30 a.m.. headlines coming up.
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