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hello, this is breakfast 0h! with ben thompson and rachel burden. good morning. here's a summary of today's main ok, so i didn't fall over, stories from bbc news: a british man has been killed i didn't forget the steps, and his son injured after being shot and i didn't cause any during a suspected kind of incidents. robbery in argentina. so as far as i'm the men, aged 50 and 28, concerned, job done. were injured as they fought back i must say, being up there, against a pair of robbers looking out at the audience, who ambushed them outside a five—star hotel in buenos aires. standing, clapping, good morning. enjoying themselves, welcome to breakfast with rachel burden and ben thompson. police are reportedly investigating everyone singing, it really was something a bit special. our headlines today: whether it was a random attack, and i didn't fall over. or if their taxi had been yes! jeremy corbyn apologises for his part in labour's heavy election defeat. writing in two sunday newspapers, he says the party "came up short". tailed from the airport. a british tourist is shot dead and his son wounded during a struggle with armed robbers outside a hotel in buenos aires. jeremy corbyn has apologised. he faced criticism for not saying sorry cha cha champions — kelvin and oti samba their way to the strictly crown. to mps who lost their seat. in a letter in the sunday mirror he says he takes responsibility and that his i was party came up short. iwas in i was in disbelief, complete police investigating the death disbelief. it wasjust of a 15—year—old boy in cheshire i was in disbelief, complete have charged a teenager with murder. disbelief. it was just like... i was in disbelief, complete disbelief. it wasjust like... did they just say our the body of alex rodda disbelief. it wasjust like... did was discovered on friday morning.
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theyjust say our name! matthew mason, who's 18, a perfect ten for liverpool. has been remanded in custody their lead goes to double digits and will appear before magistrates on monday. as a double from mo salah the death toll from last week's see them beat watford and remain volcanic eruption in new zealand unbeaten in the premier league has risen to 16. this season. the victim, who has not been identified, died in hospital. around 20 people remain in intensive another day of sunshine and showers care with severe burns. with strong gusty winds. some of the meanwhile, recovery teams have for a second day been unable to locate the bodies of two showers will have a bit of snow in people still missing. them, particularly in the north of negotiators have worked through the night at un climate talks in madrid, them, particularly in the north of to try to salvage efforts the uk. to fight global warming. the chilean minister leading jeremy corbyn has apologised for his part in labour's worst the talks appealed to delegates to show flexibility, general election defeat since the 1930s. as they struggle to reach agreement immediately after the vote, on the extent of the measures needed he faced criticism for not saying sorry to labour mps good morning. to cut greenhouse gas emissions. who'd lost their seats. welcome to breakfast but in a letter the summit is now entering with rachel burden and ben thompson. in the sunday mirror, 0ur headlines today: he says he takes responsibility and that his party "came up short". a second extra day. a british tourist is shot here's our political rail passengers are being advised dead and his son wounded to check train times before during a struggle with armed robbers they travel today, as major outside a hotel in buenos aires. correspondent, iain watson. jeremy corbyn apologises timetable changes are introduced. for his part in labour's jeremy corbyn is under pressure from heavy election defeat — rail companies say journey writing in two sunday newspapers, times will be shorter, he says the party "came up short". services made more frequent, some of his mps to relinquish the and new routes added. party leadership sooner rather than but a chaotic timetable change last later but so far he is resisting. he year has prompted concerns over potential disruption. cha cha champions — kelvin and 0ti samba their way says he accepts his responsibility to the strictly crown.
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for the heavy defeat but progress i was in disbelief, complete disbelief. does not come in a simple straight i think i looked to you and was thinking... an attempt to reconnect 5000 homes ahhh! line. posterity, corporate power, did theyjust say our name?! yes! a perfect ten for liverpool. their lead goes to double digits. the climate, he claims labour won where problems beginning on friday. 40,000 people are believed to have two goals from mo salah led them to victory over watford — the climate, he claims labour won the argument but there was no quick been affected. a broken valve has as they maintain their unbeaten fix to overcome voter been affected. a broken valve has been fixed by the company said they record in the premier we re been fixed by the company said they league this season. were further problems that still needed to be solved. what a night it was in good morning. the strictly ballroom, we're looking at another day with a new champion couple lifting of sunshine and showers disenchantment. two women may take the glitterball trophy. with strong, gusty winds. some of the showers today former soap star, kelvin fletcher, will have a bit of snow in them, won the public vote with his partner, 0ti mabuse. particularly in the north of the uk. the leadership. jess phillips urging i'll have more on that the actorjoined the show as a last—minute replacement, after made in chelsea's jamie laing people tojoin injured his foot while recording a little bit later on. the leadership. jess phillips urging the launch show. people to join labour. listen andy it's sunday the 15th of december. our top story... is labour has lost touch. the a british man has been killed and his son injured after being shot later everywhere, which is only during a suspected station lisa mandy. robbery in argentina. appropriate. —— glitter. it happened outside a five—star hotel in the capital, buenos aires. 0ur correspondent greg mckenzie has a british man has been killed been looking into the details and his son injured after being shot and joins us now from outside during a suspected robbery in argentina. it happened outside a five—star later everywhere, which is only appropriate. -- glitter. good going for the stand him. he was great from the foreign office. hotel in the capital, buenos aires. good morning. what more do we know our correspondent, greg mckenzie,
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has been looking into the details the start and consistent all the way about this at this stage? well, good and joins us now from outside through. every year, i think, morning. what we do know is this the start and consistent all the way through. every year, ithink, it would be a bit same old same old but shooting took place in the puerto the foreign office. ijust get drawn into it. you cannot madero region of buenos aires, an help it. i love the fact that he was we will have the latest in the next affluent region. a magnet for the substitute. i think that is why wealth. lots of art galleries and hour. police investigating the death people got behind him as well. my of a 15—year—old boy in cheshire lots of restaurants and bars. what have charged a teenager with murder. mother—in—law was texting me. he was happened was the two british the body of alex rodda was discovered on friday morning. matthew mason, who's 18, nationals were just outside of a has been remanded in custody and will appear before the best from the beginning. i am magistrates on monday. hotel and had either been followed, negotiators have worked through the night at un climate talks we don't know if they had been in madrid, to try to salvage not surprised she quite liked him as efforts to fight global warming. well. does she also have a winner in followed but ultimately two men on a motorbikejumped followed but ultimately two men on a motorbike jumped off and attempted the chilean minister leading the talks appealed to delegates football as well? she knows a winner to show flexibility, to rob the two british nationals, a as they struggle to reach agreement father and son, 50 years old and 28 on the extent of the measures needed when she sees it. liveable still yea rs father and son, 50 years old and 28 to cut greenhouse gas emissions. years old. you can clearly see them the summit is now entering unbeaten. but not much time to in cctv footage trying to fend off celebrate because they have a very their attackers when one of the a second extra day. attackers pulls out a gun and fires. busy december. you can club and the witnesses said at least five shots clu b we re witnesses said at least five shots i hope that all the hard work that busy december. you can club and the club are going to qatar as we speak. were fired. unfortunately, they were taken to hospital where the father we have been doing during these two at the same time to have the linkup
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sadly died. his son, who is 28, is quarter—finals on tuesday taking on whole weeks is worth it, only if we aston villa. how is that going to still recovering in hospital having have an ambitious result. work out? been shot in the thigh. it is not rail passengers are being advised to check train times liverpool's dominance uncommon for these incidents to take before they travel today, as major of the premier league continues. timetable changes are introduced. they now have a ten point gap at the top after making it 16 league place in south american countries, rail companies say journey times will be shorter, wins out of 17 with a 2—nil victory and many other foreign services made more frequent, and new routes added. over watford at anfield. place in south american countries, and many otherforeign nationals but a chaotic timetable change last while second placed leicester have reported similar incidents in year has prompted concerns could only draw 1—all the past. the foreign office has at home to norwich. over potential disruption. ben croucher reports. confirmed they are supporting the family of the two men, and are in what a night it was in the strictly ballroom, touch with authorities on the ground with a new champion couple lifting catch us if you can. liveable's bond in buenos aires. greg, for now, the glitterball trophy. is tighter than ever. —— liverpool. thanks very much. as greg were so —— former soap star, kelvin fletcher, who joined the show as greg was saying, police are as a last—minute replacement, won the public vote with his trying to determine whether it was a partner, oti mabuse. random attack or whether they were our entertainment correspondent, targeted at the airport and followed from the airport to the hotel. lizo mzimba was watching the action. kelvin and oti! police are trying to determine that. a last—minute replacement (pres)the travel editor of the independent, simon calder, after another contestant says this type of crime is a common was injured, kelvin fletcher said problem across the big the travel editor of he was honoured to have won strictly this magician had the trick. they the independent, simon calder, says this type of crime is a common with his dance partner oti mabuse. problem across the big south american cities... it's such a privilege to be here. are disappearing into the distance this is an awful tragedy, i'm afraid
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i think this show represents at the top of the table. we need that crime, particularly people everything that is amazing regarded as well—to—do tourists or with this country. i think the people personify business travellers, is all too each point we can get because it is what is great and it has just been common. notjust an absolute privilege to... business travellers, is all too common. not just in a tough season. we just have to business travellers, is all too common. notjust in when sarazen you're amazing! cheering and applause. argentina, but also elsewhere, particularly in big south american recover and play the next game. when cities. the advice, simply, myself # ain't no sunshine when she's they get back from the club world being targeted is either run away if gone...# you possibly can, orjust hand over cup, they are up against manchester whatever it is they want. an awful the judges described their rumba situation. as "sensual and romantic". .. city. 2nd bottom going ahead. a lead jeremy corbyn has apologised # and she's always gone too long. for his part in labour's worst general election defeat since the 19305. writing in two sunday newspapers, # any time she goes away...# that lasted 12 minutes. jamie vardy he says he takes responsibility and that his party ‘came up short‘. 0ur political correspondent tony thought his god but not so fast. it bonsignore is in our london studio. # you know you make me wanna turns out the goalkeeper hit the shout. ..# tell us a bit more about what the ..and called their show dance a tour de force. ball into his own net. chelsea have # hey, hey, hey, hey...# still current labour leader has only managed to get 3 in the last it earned them a standing ovation said? good morning, rachel. when you month. modern technology played a read whatjeremy corbyn has to say, and rare praise from craig revel horwood. part. did the ball cross the line? i loved every single minute of that. it is relatively unapologetic. he talks about the manifesto being the technology said yes, the referee popular, about winning the argument on things like inequality, austerity the night also had a performance and climate change. brexit was the said no. this was always going to be
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from taylor swift. # we can leave big problem, he says. and boris johnson's repeated promise to get the case. i did get frustrated with the christmas lights on until brexit done. in the article, a january... but the real stars were eve ryo ne the case. i did get frustrated with everyone because i knew that would rallying cry to his supporters to carry on the fight after he stopped of course kelvin and oti. i show be tough moments. if you wanted to being leader. we've had a couple of know just how much delighting viewers more than 15 his potential challenges, jess be tough moments. if you wanted to knowjust how much better liverpool phillips and lisa nandy, writing in yea rs. are to the rest, chelsea are as and after kelvin and the observer today. jess phillips oti came off stage, breakfast‘s own mike bushell spoke close to them as they are to the said to many care about labour than exclusively to them about their win. bottom team. winning over voters. lisa nandy said as mentioned, next for liverpool that labour lost touch with the here we are on the strictly dance is the club world cup in qatar and their opponents on wednesday will be day—to—day experiences and mexico's concacaf champions league day—to—day experiences and day—to—day worries of voters. floor for the last time. the winners monterray. winners, buenos aires. 0h, they beat qatari side al sadd 3—2 in their quarterfinal. day—to—day experiences and day-to-day worries of voters. we are looking ahead to borisjohnson's floor for the last time. the winners, buenos aires. oh, my goodness, congratulations. i know their opening goal though — first few days as prime minister take a look at this... once again, but with a considerable an absolute rocket the breakfast viewers have been rooting for you. all weather winners from leonel vangioni. majority now in government, do we hard to imagine there'll be have a clear idea about his plans? but that was incredible. the a better goal than that during the tournament. this week will be another big week showdowns had everything. amazing in westminster. those new mp5 will dancing. it has just been, as you be heading down today and tomorrow, in the scottish premiership later collecting passes and being sworn in know yourself, the most unique experience you can ever wish to be a today leaders celtic host hibs, on tuesday as mp5. 0n collecting passes and being sworn in on tuesday as mp5. on thursday, a big day. the queen speech, another pa rt experience you can ever wish to be a part ofan experience you can ever wish to be a part of an i've got yourself, other while rangers, who are
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just two points behind, are at motherwell. queen speech. then the real while aberdeen moved up to third celebrities, the production to thank after a one nil home win business, the government trying to because it has been the most amazing over hamilton academical. get its withdrawal agreement bill, sam cosgrove with the winning goal the legislation that will make the experience and to wind, to get the and it means hamilton are bottom. brexit deal happen on the 31st of public to vote means more than elsewhere there were wins for ross county, stjohnstone anything. it really does. talk us while st mirren and livingstone january. trying to get the second reading of that done before through the moment. did you hear played out a 3—3 draw. christmas. it will be a very busy saracens' champions cup win over few days in parliament. thank you. your name being read out? munster was marred by a brawl involving almost 30 players sarries through the moment. did you hear head coach mark mccall your name being read ounm through the moment. did you hear your name being read out? it felt so surreal. i felt like i your name being read out? it felt so surreal. ifelt like i was in a dream. even when they mention my claimed a comment to their hooker police investigating the death jamie george prompted the fight of a 15—year—old boy in cheshire while munster say they don't have charged a teenager with murder. name. i was in disbelief, complete the body of alex rodda disbelief... it wasjust know what caused it. was discovered on friday morning. matthew mason, who's18, the english side's15—6 victory has been remanded in custody name. i was in disbelief, complete disbelief... it was just like and will appear before name. i was in disbelief, complete disbelief... it wasjust like that though means that their defence make it theyjust say our name!|j of the title is still alive magistrates on monday. and they can still make the quarterfinals. the death toll from last week's volcanic eruption in new zealand has never make it theyjust say our name!” never expected that i really didn't. risen to 16. you totally deserved it. we saw the the victim, who has meanwhile, leinster have qualified not been identified, died in hospital. for the quarterfinals journey you made, the person who of rugby union's champions cup. around 20 people remain in intensive care with severe burns. they thrashed english premiership meanwhile, recovery teams have leaders northampton saints by 50 for a second day been unable came in to replace jamie. what did points to 21. you know about calvin?” to locate the bodies of two came in to replace jamie. what did you know about calvin? i did not leinster ran in seven tries in total people still missing. know much but i think most special as they qualified with two matches to spare. thing was we were getting to know negotiators have worked each other through the dance and, if through the night at un climate talks in madrid, you think about it, the samba is how to try to salvage efforts to fight elsewhere there were defeats
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global warming. for both glasgow and gloucester. i got to know him. the whole nation dublin after dark is a lively got to know him as a man, as a experience but it is easy to lose yourself. it took 90 seconds before husband, as a father, as a son and i the chilean minister leading the talks appealed to delegates to show flexibility, am so husband, as a father, as a son and i am so glad that we did because i northampton wanted in their 1st as they struggle to reach agreement on the extent of measures needed think you're amazing and an absolute surprise. 4 minutes later, that he to cut greenhouse gas emissions. superstar and you have given me so 0ur environment correspondent matt mcgrathjoins us now from madrid. was again. the 2nd try. a 15th good morning. what are the sticking much more than i expected and i am points? why is it proving so difficult to get any agreement? grateful to you, internally and well, it is very difficult to get forever grateful. i was getting straight champions cup when. is it 200 countries, almost 200 countries, for northampton to retreat but they to agree on anyone thing and it has are top of the premiership for a m essa 9 es forever grateful. i was getting taken a number of years to get here. messages at 9:30 saying you were reason and for a few seconds they these talks have gone into the second night of overtime and have still going till 11! i do not think we re reason and for a few seconds they were smarter, stronger, faster, bigger but the try was a ripple i have ever worked as hard in my against the try. going over twice gone on the longest time in 25 years life. whatever job i of un history. it's how much more. 40,000 turned up to this match i have ever worked as hard in my life. whateverjob i get next, i commitment countries want to show to will be working extra hard. you and they certainly got their money really do get out what you put in. climate change. some smaller states it is testament to this and i am so ‘s worth. northampton could not wa nts climate change. some smaller states wants everyone put a new plan on the grateful. a bit of a rest and then contain the blue wave. red rose went table by next year when the meeting keep dancing? yes, a bit of a rest will be in glasgow. 0ther table by next year when the meeting will be in glasgow. other countries like the us and australia and others don't want to go so quickly. they've and then keep dancing. yes, you are been working through the night and going on tour! celebrate. amazing, pocketing again for his 3rd try.
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they think they have found a compromise, we will find out in the next night. but the richer countries will show what they have been doing congratulations, strictly 2019 winners, kelvin and 0ti. in the last number of years. i think a lot of people will find that a mark selby is into his 26th one, he thrashed david gilbert congratulations. let us know what wea k a lot of people will find that a weak compromise, given what the 6—1 in the semifinal. science is saying and what we have selby knocked in a 1—3—2 break seen on and three more breaks of 50+ science is saying and what we have seen on the streets with various you think of the winners. we will protesters but that is where they and he will play jack lisowski are edging to at this moment in talk to superfa ns you think of the winners. we will talk to superfans later as well to time. an interesting one. matt find out whether the right people in today's final in glasgow. mcgraw in madrid, thank you. more as w011 find out whether the right people won the crown. i don't think there raymond van barneveld's career has is any doubt about that, not in my they try to come up with some sort ended with a shock defeat book. in the first round at of agreement to make progress in here's a remarkable story for you. it starts back in 1939, the world championships. that battle over climate emissions. a young jewish man flees the five—time world nazi germany and arrives in england. champion was beaten rail passengers are being advised before doing anything else, by darin young 3—1, leaving to check train times he heads straight to see the crowds at alexandra palace before they travel today, a leeds united football match. in stunned silence. as major timetable heinz skyte has supported changes are introduced. the club ever since, it brings to an end one of the most rail companies say journey and now the 99—year—old has been times will be shorter, services made more frequent, honoured in a special and new routes added. pitch—side ceremony. 0ur reporter, 0livia decorated careers in darts. but a chaotic timetable change last year has prompted concerns over richwald has the story. potential disruption. ahead of the main event this heinz skyte and leeds united go back evening, it's been announced that marathon runner eliud kipchoge has been voted bbc sport personality‘s world sport star of the year after winning an online public vote. a very long way. in fact to 1939 the kenyan runner became the first anglian water has worked through the when heinz skyte arrived in leeds as person to run a marathon in under two hours in october. night in attempt to reconnect 5000 homes in leighton buzzard. problems
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ajewish refugee, when heinz skyte arrived in leeds as a jewish refugee, 19 years old. when heinz skyte arrived in leeds as ajewish refugee, 19 years old. his brother took him straight to watch in winning the award, can on friday and initially up to 45,000 people are believed to have leeds united. i arrived in leeds at kipchoge beat off competition from, among others, gymnast simone biles been affected. it has been blamed on lunchtime on saturday and went and south africa rugby captain, a broken valve that has now been siya kolisi. fixed but the company said last it's also been announced that night that there were still further straight to the football before we kipchoge will run next year's london marathon, bidding to become problems that needed to be solved. went home. so that was my first the first to win the men's elite match. heinz skyte it was a season race five times in a row. what a night it was in ticket holder for decades. the club the strictly ballroom — just celebrated its centenary and with a new champion couple lifting the glitterball trophy. heinz skyte marks his 100 birthday i love that we are getting drips and former soap star kelvin fletcher, who joined the show as a last—minute drives of what is going to be having in february. at yesterday's match replacement, won the public vote with his partner 0ti mabuse. against cardiff, he was presented tonight. coverage starts at 7 pm. 0ur entertainment correspondent, with a personalised shed and scarf lizo mzimba was watching the action. kelvin and 0ti! ina with a personalised shed and scarf in a beachside ceremony. how do you 0n tonight. coverage starts at 7 pm. on bbci. tonight. coverage starts at 7 pm. a last—minute replacement on bbc1. it is going to be a great feel to be here today? after another contestant in a beachside ceremony. how do you night and on bbc1. it is going to be a great nightand an on bbc1. it is going to be a great night and an interesting selection was injured, kelvin fletcher said feelto be here today? cold! doing of contenders. really tight he was honoured to have won strictly, with his dance better than they used to. we want competition and i honestly do not have any idea who was going to win partner 0ti mabuse. them up in the first division. on it's such a privilege to be here. it. full coverage of all the events i think this show represents everything that is amazing in this country. them up in the first division. on the ninth of november 1938, his and backstage action tomorrow but i think the people personify father was one of 30,000 children what is great, it'sjust been men and boys arrested and sent to the big night tonight itself. an absolute privilege to... you're emotional! concentration caverns. the night of we've probably all done it — cheering walking down the street, # ain't no the broken glass was when hundreds looking at our phones and not sunshine when she's gone...#
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paying full attention to where we're going. the result was decided purely but when bbcjounalist sean dilley of synagogues were burnt. the smoke tweeted about how often by public vote, though he and his guide dog sammy the judges did have their say, are bumped into in the street, describing their rumba it got quite a response. as "sensual and romantic". it turns out many other guide dog from the burning synagogues and users are having similar # ain't no sunshine when she's gone experiences. people arrested, frogmarched through sean and sammyjoin us now. # and she's always gone too long the street. and of course, they came # any time she goes away.# for me as well but i was not there. come on, so me. you are so sweet. heinz skyte avoided the nazis by ..and called their show hiding ina dance a "tour de force". heinz skyte avoided the nazis by hiding in a bench in a park and escaped a few months later. he and talk to us about this. you put out it earned them a standing his brother eventually helped his this tweet and did not necessarily ovation, and rare praise expect such a response but you found from craig revel horwood. pa rents quite a lot people in a similar his brother eventually helped his parents escape the concentrations but they did lose other relatives. i loved every single minute of it! position. we are all a bit guilty. he became a citizen after the end of of course everybody is on the bbc the night also had a performance the war and has supported leeds from global superstar taylor swift. football clu b the war and has supported leeds football club ever since.” app. i of course everybody is on the bbc app. lam of course everybody is on the bbc app. i am quite guilty of it myself # we could leave the christmas but generally i would step over to 1 the war and has supported leeds football club ever since. i feel very proud that he has been honoured lights up tilljanuary. ..# and the club have done him proud and kelvin and 0ti! side. in the last couple of years, but the real stars of the night hopefully he has done the club most people just bump into you but were, of course, kelvin and 0ti, proud. the latest winners of one of tv‘s most popular programmes — what an absolutely gorgeous story. a show that's been delighting they may have had a good night and not been fully with it and some viewers for more than 15 years. lizo mzimba, bbc news. you're watching
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breakfast from bbc news. people have the good grace to say let's look at the front pages. sorry, i was on my phone. but the mail on sunday shows the moment the exit poll was announced actually, it does make life a little congratulations to them, absolutely on thursday night, brilliant. we will talk more about with boris johnson bit harder but it is not a don't do leaping to his feet. the sunday express leads on details strictly with some super fans later of thursday's queen's speech, that because we are all guilty of saying the prime minister on. they really are super fans! will guarantee in law it. i the government's plans that because we are all guilty of it. lam that because we are all guilty of it. i am not that because we are all guilty of it. lam not naive, when i put it's been another big to increase nhs spending. year for british sport — that because we are all guilty of it. i am not naive, when i put the tweet out, i know these things go and it's almost time to decide who you want to be 2019's in the sunday mirror, jeremy corbyn writes about labour's bbc sports personality of the year. election defeat telling readers, "i'm sorry we came up short and i places but the amount was take my responsibility for it." meanwhile, the daily star sunday we were arguing about this in our outstanding. it does bring different claims that anton du buke has warned house last night. i cannot tell you strictly come dancing bosses that he might leave the show, set of challenges. when you're out the specifics. but there are people after more than 15 years. with sammy as well, it causes extra difficulty. it does. i have bruises in their... to prove it. but my primary concern stars from formula one, athletics, he was not ultimately successful cricket, rugby union and football is for the welfare of my guide dog. have all been nominated for tonight's award. let's take a look at the contenders. last night but he did really well. it means that sammy spends time three great finalists. my gosh, the around bigger cities and he has to katarina johnson—thompson, you are a standard. karim zeroual mahmoud make work harder. we are seeing footage and it is of the dogposmac overview. nominee. raheem sterling, you are showdowns was absolutely beautiful. nominated. lewis hamilton, you are
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you get a sense of the different nominated. lewis hamilton, you are strictly dominating most of the nominated. dina asher-smith, you are front pages but let's have a quick nominated. dina asher-smith, you are obstacles you get a sense of the different o bsta cles he you get a sense of the different nominated. ben stokes, you are a look inside. this is one of my obstacles he has to navigate but if nominee. i think alun wyn jones favourite stories. the sausage dog he is doing that will people have a should win sportsperson of the year. soaring in popularity, suggesting lack of awareness and at the level if you had to pick one thing, it would be when you won the world that they enjoy the best run in the of concentration, he has to work much harder. a guard. typically heptathlon title. a special moment stretch that excuse the pun that but coming back from previous disappointments in the past, we know more than 8000 puppies registered in how much strength and courage that works between six to eight years. —— the year for more than 8000 puppies registered in the yearfor a more than 8000 puppies registered in the year for a record year. you see shows. if i could pick how much strength and courage that shows. ifi could pick one moment that was best for me, think it would them everywhere, on cushion designs, a guide dog. it can make them be the world cup final. i was meant this from the sunday times. first of to be doing a gig that night and i extremely uptight and the worst had been watching it all day. i was all, a warning, you have only thing is, he is fully marked. people about to go on stage and we were all yourself to blame for a sore wrist. in the wings, and we went on a bit late, watching you when it on the the overuse of the rest when using plummet into it and swear at it... super late, watching you when it on the your telephone but also the texting super over late, watching you when it on the superoverand it late, watching you when it on the super over and it brought everyone together. it was wonderful. and also gaming as well. using the congratulations on that. the bravery you are kidding me! it is not you've shown to stand up for what you've shown to stand up for what mouse. look at this picture, high deliberate and people are wonderful you believe in, especially on racism, is incredible. a true role and would do anything but bear in heels for blokes, back in fashion. model and inspiration and as a mind, i confront people for a job, striker scoring three goals in 11 but if you do that to someone with minutes and the champions league!
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900 queens this particular ones. you that was one of the key moments are quitea 900 queens this particular ones. you are quite a tall feller and i would an older person or other people, where i thought, wow. dina absolutely are quite a tall feller and i would a bsolutely love are quite a tall feller and i would absolutely love it if you wore asher—smith is my girl because she those. —— 900 quids. i think we ta ke an older person or other people, had an incredible world take a moment and look where you are championship. she has smashed it! going. what difference make to she made the country proud, she did so she made the country proud, she did $0 proud and made everybody proud and she brought it home. my sammy? it makes hisjob more favourite moment has to be the difficult, doesn't it? to know what hungarian grand prix, in the last ten laps to cross the line as he did is happening? it does. you can start was extraordinary. that's an insight could shot you out. please, do not as to how focused and determined to feel the tension... and you rely this guy is. a phenomenon. my give anyone any ideas. this might come in handy. big goggles favourite moment is when he led wales to another grand slam victory. on it. be aware of people stop i do amazing leadership on and off the a p pa re ntly come in handy. big goggles apparently exist. so to say we it myself. in the evening i give him field and was the standout player. become less picky after drinking everyone should vote for alun wyn alcohol which causes people not to jones on the 15th of december. vote focus on the internal features of a a rest and use the cane. i have had face but a general impression of the for katarina johnson—thompson, she deserves to win! vote for ben stokes so whole face and hair, in particular a rest and use the cane. i have had so many a rest and use the cane. i have had on the 15th of december, seven so many canes a rest and use the cane. i have had so many canes bent and that is about so whole face and hair, in particular o'clock on the bbc. make sure you so if someone rocks up wearing those hair clips... it is really sweet, vote for raheem sterling on the 15th £30. no bit of contact is worth it. of december. please vote for dina the first evidence of british child asher—smith as your bbc sports
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personality of the year. vote for is it worth in london? not really. lewis hamilton on the 15th of to santa claus. the post office was december. come on, he has to be in able to communicate with father you would have a more intense pole position! christmas and 1895 on behalf of a workload during rush—hour but we little girl who asked for a box of we're joined now by sports psychologistjosephine perry. paints. can you imagine any little come from salford, near manchester and from birmingham andl come from salford, near manchester by last year's winner girl these days having an ambition and i spent time all over the of the young sports personality country and it is absolutely of the year award, wheelchair athlete kare adenegan. everywhere. it is not malicious, i good morning to both of you! it's quite like that. maybe. am not having a go but we just need fantastic to have you both with us to pay more attention, pickpockets this morning. we can't talk about the individual contenders, i have to it was a simpler age. no head tips also target people. you are coming say that straightaway, that gets us for men. chris has got a look at the into all sorts of trouble! but the back later on which i am looking sport they represent and the impact weather for us this morning. for men. chris has got a look at the weatherfor us this morning. chris, good morning to you. hi, ben, hello, forward to. we need some semi— it can have, winning an award like action. let's get the weather and we this. i love sports personality of the year. you get to see a lot of can say hello properly to sammy. rachel. it is going to be a fairly different sports, even if there are a few you get to watch all the time. cold start to the day, we have seen when you watch the whole evening, some snow over the hills, otherwise you realise the vast range of sports it isa some snow over the hills, otherwise it is a day of sunshine. it is quite goodbye. good morning! we aren't looking at there are out there and the different things you can try. and windy out and about. looking at the the different characteristics and personalities we have in all of the our phones. well, for some of us it sports that are great in the uk. is going to be a cold start of the satellite picture we have a whole day. we had a bit of snow overnight. does it demonstrate that sport can
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raft of big shallow clouds waiting and for summer because the hills of be genuinely inclusive? it's great, to pushing towards the south—west of northern england, scotland, some scenes like this have been spotted the uk, that is where we're going to by some of our weather watchers. it shows a lot of the sports we do see the mistreatment of the showers today. at the moment we have a risk not get to see day—to—day. a lot of of highs, a risk at higher level the athletes missed out day—to—day, areas, —— big shower clouds, we have scenes like this have been spotted by some of our weather watchersm does mean that for some it is going had some rain in the pennines. we are not great on coverage to be an icy start to the day. the sometimes for women sports but then you see these amazing female dusting is of snow in places as we go through the day. there will be satellite picture shows the athletes that we have got. it is really exciting. kare, you are one some sunshine around, but also extensive shower clouds we've seen plenty of heavy showers across wales across the uk, we have a whole raft of the youngest people ever to win of storm clouds waiting to come in, and southern coastal counties of this award. what did it mean? of the youngest people ever to win england. i think that is where the particularly across wales and this award. what did it mean7m most frequent showers are going to be through the rest of the day. meant so much, becoming the young south—west england. i think it's sports personality of the year was probably going to be at its most the biggest what i could have won as u nsettled, probably going to be at its most unsettled, but it is an icy start, 0vernight those showers will a junior athlete and it is such a particularly across the highlands, northern ireland and england as continue thanks to the brisk well. it will take a while for the prestigious award as well. it was south—westerly winds, also we will amazing to go to the night. it was see plenty of showers working into frost and ice to melt away. western scotland. the south—westerly winds will be putting some less cold eventually for most of us, actually, in birmingham last year and it was a air across england and wales, there should be some decent sunshine great way to celebrate the sporting achievements we've had through the around. scotland having a better day year. looking at pictures of the temperature around six celsius. we will have patches of frost in here than compared with yesterday. event, give us a sense, there was some parts of england will stay in northern ireland. the weekend will thoroughly dry. parts of england and much work and training and dedication that goes into being the best in your sport. does this crown start off on equal no, drier on it off? yes, exactly. we train so wednesday, it turns more unsettled wales will see rain and hail thrown later in the week and milder with
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ha rd it off? yes, exactly. we train so hard and put in so much work. it is infor wales will see rain and hail thrown in for good measure. so we will really nice to get the recognition it. most areas will see a good mix at the end of the year and it's a of sunshine and showers, the wind is continue to see the hail across england and, with scotland seeing a good opportunity for us to fair number of showers as well. not as blustery as they have been celebrate. and you might think, england and, not especially cold, 3— kare, with awards like this it puts over the weekend but still bringing six celsius, but for northern pressure on your shoulders but plenty of showers do southern coastal counties, wales it in quite ireland and scotland, it will be you've had a brilliant year?” a few and parts of western scotland, colder with some patches of frost to pressure on your shoulders but you've had a brilliant year? i had a really good season, i went to the where the showers will turn wintry world jumping ships and got a silver at times for the hills and highlands start the week. sunshine and showers in both my events. i think that's initially, a dry day coming up on here. on into tuesday's weather why the award is so important, it picture, we have this area of low wednesday, then it turns milder with gives you a confidence boost for pressure moving up from the south, outbreaks of rain later in the week. thatis pressure moving up from the south, that is going to be bringing rain to your next season, knowing your for monday, a day of sunshine and so country is behind you. and being is once again. the wind is not as recognised in sports that don't eastern areas, so strong as they have been this that is going to be bringing rain to eastern areas, so quite a wet day for these parts. 0therwise weekend but still plenty of showers a lwa ys recognised in sports that don't always get that same platform. i know there's been a lot of talk in working into southern coastal eastern areas, so quite a wet day for these parts. otherwise we should counties of england. the weather see some sunshine comes across previous years, that perhaps scotland, northern ireland, wales quite wet for northern ireland, and and western areas. the sun sign is scotla nd quite wet for northern ireland, and scotland having showers moving into contenders in all different categories do not truly reflect the coastal areas, low pressure. where the public interest is in western scotland, particularly the sport, what do you think on that? still quite cool, so temperatures highlands, some of the wetlands will and there there are a few sports in below part for this time of year. look at those highs, 4— five the uk that are watched dedicated celsius, eight or nine degrees in the rain across eastern england. as lay—by a huge group of people and the rain across eastern england. as the week goes by, wednesday looks have snow. looking at the weather sports personality of the year is a like a decent day. there should be brilliant way to see all of the charts into tuesday, we've got an others out there. and, to make you
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area of low pressure moving up from realise as a person watching, i france, that is going to be bringing some sunny like a decent day. there should be outbreaks of rain across central and might be able to try that! or, i'm some sunny spells around for most of eastern areas of england. so some going to watch that one. it can help wet weather here, but away from us. some sunny spells around for most of us. towards the end of the week, those in central and eastern parts get followers in brand—new sports of england, actually it's a similar thursday, friday and into the weekend, the tendency is for the kind of picture. sunshine and a few that people haven't watched before. weather to turn milder, temperatures showers around, not as many as we pushing to 10 degrees in wrexham and have seen in recent days, but for most of the country it will be a reading, and for most of us fairly good day for the time of every year on my show, every year we year. temperatures around 4— five have an argument about who is a true temperatures knocking on the door of personality when it comes to the celsius. a bit more with the rain, contest but what would you encourage double figures by the end of the viewers to think about in terms of week. watch out for icy stretches and snow over the hills. that is the who they give their votes to. what latest. thank you. i was able to see to you, defines a personality? temperatures around 8— nine celsius. beyond that, after the call and someone who has made an impact, showery start of the week, wednesday the snow flurries in the peak looks like a largely dry day with without giving anything away!” district. sunshine but then it turns wetter we'll be back with later in the week. it also turns think the beauty of the sport, not the headlines at 6:30. milder, temperatures up to 10 now on breakfast it's time for the film review with ben brown degrees in reading and wrexham, that is your latest weather. thank you and mark kermode. so think the beauty of the sport, not so much the personality but the very much indeed. we will be back, characteristics shown by athletes and they are characteristics that many of us would aspire to have. the we think, with the headlines at dedication to keep trying something seven o'clock. now on breakfast, when it comes wrong —— make those wrong, to come back and be really so, hello. it's time for click. resilient. to put everything into welcome to the film review on bbc news. trying to achieve something amazing. and taking us through this week's if you can see that within any of releases, we do have mark kermode. the contenders, i think that is who what have you got for us theme music.
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in store this week? i would be voting for. and kare, interesting week. we have sons of denmark, which is a political thriller. what does it mean when you are we havejumanji: the next level. nominated in these categories, the same, but kind of more. nominated in these categories, nominated alongside some of your own sporting heroes as well? as viewers and the kingmaker, a documentary we tend to see all of these people about imelda marcos. this videogame is one of the biggest in theirfields, to be cloud funded projects ever. star we tend to see all of these people in their fields, to be there on a night like that with some of the people you really respect, it gives so, sons of denmark. you a sense of what you have citizen has raised nearly £2 achieved as well? lowe definitely, it's a danish drama. interesting? it was great to see all of the it's an interesting film. not necessarily entirely million. the problem is, the game people nominated for the main award as well and it's really good, when you think about it there are so many successful, but interesting. has been developing since 2012 and top names. even with the junior it is still nowhere near finished. categories, people who have what's going on? even with that, represented great britain and done so, feature debut of ulaa salim, who's a danish director whose really well. it's an honour to be alongside them. caroline dubois, the parents are iraqi. set in denmark four that mega budget, is this game too years in the future. there is a populist politician on the rise, ambitious? mark has been searching boxer, one of the young personality and there is an election during which he appears to be doing quite well. behind him are the titular group for the brains behind star citizen. the sons of denmark, who are basically a kind of white winners this year, tell us about supremacist nationalist group who were behind a whole star citizen combines elements of a her? she is a greatjunior athlete bunch of islamophobic attacks in copenhagen. as a result of those attacks, massively multiplayer online and has smashed it, the best in her young muslims are being radicalised age as well. it will be exciting to at the same time. role—playing game, spaceship let's see a clip. simulator and first person shooter. see what she gets up to in future,
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and with the olympics coming over all ina the next couple of years and the simulator and first person shooter. all in a vast, persistent universe. next olympics after that, i will thanks, windy! -- wendy! it has a definitely be looking out for her! it will be a hectic six months or so for you training for the paralympics. we are wishing you the large, loyalfan best. how are you feeling at the thanks, windy! -- wendy! it has a large, loyal fan base. thanks, windy! -- wendy! it has a large, loyalfan base. we haven't done a planet like this before. when moment? really good, training is i was done a planet like this before. when iwasa done a planet like this before. when i was a kid, done a planet like this before. when iwas a kid, i done a planet like this before. when i was a kid, i wanted to be an going well. i had the championships astronaut and i ended up being a dentist. i always used to fantasise in november. it's a quick turnaround about being a spaceman, and this is but i'm really excited for tokyo next year. and this amazing rivalry it with star citizen. star citizen with hannah cockroft, i can't wait is important because it is a chris to see that again! good luck. it's really nice to see you. thanks very roberts game. he started out in the much. 905. it's almost like is the george you can watch sports personality of luca5 of space 905. it's almost like is the george lucas of space games. star citizen the year on bbc one tonight at 7pm. came around because chris roberts sally nugent will be there with all wanted to create the ultimate space simulator that hadn't existed. he of the backstage news, gossip, stories... and hopefully the trophy! made wing commander and follow—up to that i don't want to build a game, i it has to get there. gareth thomas is cycling it up to aberdeen tonight wa nt that i don't want to build a game, i want to build a universe.” for the big show. stay tuned for bbc brea kfast for the big show. stay tuned for bbc so you can see from that clip, that i don't want to build a game, i want to build a universe. i want to build the game i always wanted to breakfast and all of that. here's chris with a look at this morning's weather.
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it's kind of gritty but has but didn't have the tools do. they a thriller undercurrent. saw what he was selling and what he good morning to you at home. we have what then happens is we follow wa nted saw what he was selling and what he wanted to create and they wanted to an undercover agent invest in that. and unless they who is infiltrating that cell, have, so far in excess of $250 seen some snow over recent hours. but who becomes absolutely convinced million, with $37 million raised most of it has been over higher that the greater threat last year alone. all of this for a ground but we have seen some coming is being posed by these kind of white nationalists. down to lower levels. this is near game which is still in the testing phase and isn't a finished product. the coast, in redcar and cleveland. the interesting thing about the drama is this — it does mean for some of us, it is a on the one hand, i mean, cold and locally icy start to the it takes a real—life situation, day but a day of sunshine and it kind of imagines it four years in the future, cloud imperium games has been showers. this cloud has been so there's an element of, you know, fantastical imagination about it. bringing a risk of snow across the developing star citizen since 2012. and at times, it's really gritty and really convincing and does it now has a team of 500 spread pennines and north—east england a very interesting job of wrong—footing the audience across five studios in the uk, recently. zooming out, looking at a about their expectations germany and the united states. about where the drama is going. whole load of clouds waiting to move at other times, i have m, to say, it does tip over this is the la office. whole load of clouds waiting to move in, especially in england and wales into rather crass melodrama. so you end up with a film today. an icy start, showers that is intriguing and i do think widespread through the bristol that ulaa salim is an interesting film—maker and i think channel, into the south midlands in that we will see better central and southern england. this work in the future. the thing with this is that it's line of persistent showers working fine, but it's not great because it this is an unusual title in the into scotland's central belt. some does have a tendency to slip into melodrama, winter arenas from all of those over when actually, what it needs is to keep the downbeat tone that world of videogames because even higher elevations. it will be a characterises the best scenes. though it is in development it is blustery day. as far as temperatures playable and is being played at the moment. newco comes out every three 90. months but it is in a very early blustery day. as far as temperatures go, similarto blustery day. as far as temperatures alpha stage. they are having the go, similar to yesterday. cold in it's set in 2025 — i wonder why.
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scotland. northern ireland and the far north of england, temperatures same experience as a qa guy or because it's basically extrapolating of 3—5d. overnight, showers on that brief south—westerly wind. up in developer. this game from its from the present situation inception has proven to be england and wales, 3—6d, but for the and saying, "well, let's see. controversial. since the original kick start a campaign, its scale has if we imagine these dramatically increased, becoming a far north, northern ireland and trends, let's put it..." bigger game in the process. as the so, it's near enough future to be present, scotland, cold air here. some but far enough away to not actually crowdfunding grew, so did the scope. patches of frost. looking at the be what's happening right now. what began as an ode to wing yeah. week ahead, initially we saw that 0k, thank you for that. and jumanji: the next level. the same but more, you say? commander gradually grew into this theme of sunshine and showers. you could say that about any giant persistent universe. that's a sequel, couldn't you ? very different product. as a result remaining chili across northern well, no, because it's quite areas but after a dry day on often the same, but less. so nobody thought thatjumanji: of changes to the game, earlier this wednesday, the weather turns mild welcome to thejungle would be any through the week with milder air and year robert space industries, a good, because thejumanji original movie — i know people like it, more rain. sunny spells and showers, i was never a huge fan of it. but in welcome to thejungle, the winds are not as strong as they they essentially — subsidiary of cloud imperium look rather than the things coming out of the board game, for a refund of $4500. thejudge have been. more areas escape the our heroes go into the video game. showers across eastern wales, this time, we get the same crew back central and eastern parts of england again of the in—game avatars — dismissed the case due to a clause dwaynejohnson, jack black, but in western scotland, more kevin hart and karen gillan. we also add a couple in the star citizen and user frequent showers, they merged agreement, which will prevent anyone together to give lengthy spells of of new characters, these old codgers rain and some snow in the highlands played by danny devito from taking robert space industries to watch out for as well. i see as and danny glover, who accidentally get sucked into the game to court for a refund. the company with our young heroes. we look at the weather picture on and all the things that made says it does offer refunds within a 30 day window. this brings us to the
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the original film work really well — tuesday, and further south—east, which is this central body swap this area of low pressure pushes idea, that these people get sucked into the game and then they have outbreaks of rain in. that rain most headline raising issue for the avatars of different — star citizen. money. $250 million focused across central and eastern one becomes heroic, one then becomes the rock, one becomes jack black. parts of england. further west, sunshine and showers. fewer around it's like that, but everything sounds like a lot of money, but when generally, more in the way of dry is turned up to 11. so there's more body swapping, you think about the movie avatar, weather and sunny spells. for most there's more identities, that cost 237 million to make an there's more mixing and matching. most estimates put gta five $265 make older day. 4—5d. eight or nine there's some really good fun special effects sequences. there's a giant ostrich chasing a dune buggy sequence with rain in east anglia and which made me think, "wow! south—east england. on wednesday, it million to make, it isn't a crazy is dry. after wednesday, cloud cg has really come on since thickens, outbreaks of rain moving the days ofjurassic park!" and, i mean, when — in and it eventually turns milder. as long as we assume — amount of cash to put into a game. ok, it's not looking temperatures reaching 12 degrees for to be a masterpiece, some time in london on thursday. it's not looking to redefine the boundaries of cinema but as a good piece that's how the weather is shaping of solid entertainment — the reports in the press have i was going to say "family suggested micromanagement of certain up, today it is looking chilly in entertainment" with the exception aspects of the game's development of the fact there are — has contributed to star citizen's northern areas. snow across higher delays. we've spoken to several there are a couple of — former employees at la imperium who i sound really prudish saying this — all spoke positively of their time making the game. many admit there ground. there are a couple of off—colour have been delays, but this year size gags that i thought didn't studio: a real mixed bag, thank you. of the project is one main reason need to be in there. for the lengthy development time. there was a couple of unnecessarily bawdy gags. but those aside, i actually thought you're watching breakfast it was much better than we had any from bbc news, it's time now from sunny california to grey for a look at the newspapers. right to expect for the second time — or third time, if you count the third — winchester. here, citizen or fourth if you count zathura, convention, a convention dedicated let's look at the front pages.
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entirely to the videogame is taking which i don't. 0h, right. the mail on sunday shows good to know! very good to know! the moment the exit poll right, now we have the kingmaker off. citizen con is where fans and was announced on thursday night, which is about mrs marcos! a documentary about imelda marcos. with boris johnson who had 3,000 shoes, famously? 1,200, according to this, leaping to his feet. athumping a thumping majority there, boris but reports vary. backers of the game meet each other johnson celebrating with his partner as well as the game's development carrie symons. ah! teams. 0ne the sunday express it is made by lauren greenfield as well as the game's development teams. one of the aspects of the leads on details of who made queen of versailles thursday's queen's speech, game which has attracted a lot of saying the prime minister and generation wealth, attention is the ships. there are a so she knows how to do documentaries will guarantee in law of extravagant wealth. we see imelda marcos interviewed. the government's plans to increase nhs spending. she proclaims herself to be plethora of ships in the game, big in the sunday mirror, jeremy corbyn writes about labour's election the mother of the nation. defeat telling readers: "i'm sorry and small, and they can be purchased she claims herself to be this great, within game currency or backers can we came up short and i healing person who was driven out use real cash, which kam mcleod take my responsibility for it." unfairly and who is the only person who could possibly imperium says goes to further reunify her people. development. rumours are rife of we hear about her saying that all the extravagances that she had, some backers are spending thousands meanwhile, the daily star sunday claims that they were all there in order on ships. most of the people i have anton du buke has warned to offer a shining star to the poor, strictly come dancing bosses that he might leave the show, who need somebody to look up to. met at citizen con have more modest after more than 15 years. and, as we see in this clip here, she drives around handing out money, budgets. because she has some. she has a lot! i have a feeling this is the point it's only about $75—$100. probably invested about £250 into the game. at which they start negotiating maybe like £60 or something like that. their new contracts...! there's always exceptions to the rule, though. yep, that definitely at which they start negotiating their new contracts. . .! the plot doesn't look friendly! thickens! i've spent about $7,900 on the game. with us this morning $7,900?! is anne longfield, 7,900 us dollars, yeah. the children's commissioner for england.
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now, we should say that you are a streamer. let's talk about happy mothers iam. so this is yourjob — giving babies a boost. this story is this is your living, isn't it? it is, yeah. we do these crazy battles, like 50 players going about research from cambridge to war, sci—fi battles. university, which is the first time like, that's what we do. what the...? there has been rain imaging of both someday send the back—up! mothers and babies. there is loads it's here in the midst of citizencon of research, obviously, on mothers and babies and the like. this is the that i catch up with roberts. first time they have looked at the we last spoke in 2016, star citizen neural connections and, unsurprisingly, they have found that has been in development for quite some time. if the mother is happy, if they are what's going on? well, i mean, we're trying to build a universe at, more connected and there is more eye like, a level of detail that no—one's done before, contact, the baby is happier and and so it's taking, you know, longer than we were anticipating more able to learn and develop. on when we first announced it. the other side of that, then there's an awful lot of online negativity around star citizen. actually, if the mum is depressed, why do you think that is? i read she had a fortune of $24 it's easy to be an armchair the whole tone as flatter and babies billion, so she certainly had a bit quarterback or am armchair respond and they do not develop as to give away. developer. people aren't used to or don't well. as we've been told, we have a really know how much work goes into making these games. queen speech ahead of us over the i mean, there's been some, you know, next few days. help and support for yeah, and one of the things that this documentary stuff like red dead redemption 2 is about is how much of the money or — but, you know, those mothers who need some help in that was seven—plus years. that she still has is now being used those mothers who need some help in it takes time to build games of this those early days, and indeed as sophistication and simulation detail their kids are growing up, that is to attempt to reintroduce the marcos dynasty. that gamers expect now.
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and we follow her as she promotes vitally important. because that's i mightjust have a gig that her son, who is known affectionately i could use you for. when the neural pathways are being as ‘bongbong', in the elections. so, what's new? the really interesting thing formed? that about this documentary is that when the neural pathways are being formed ? that can when the neural pathways are being formed? that can have a profound on the one hand, you have this effect on a child's development?” character, this ludicrous character, who speaks ridiculously about spend a lot of time talking about herself and about her situation. but behind it is something things going wrong, knife crime and much, much darker — children being excluded but that somebody who talks about martial law as being a golden age. does not happen overnight. it starts somebody who talks about from the beginning. does it look at gaddafi as being a friend. somebody who turns their noses up at any suggestion of reports the new planet technology we have, which is much, much, the farther‘s role in this? of torture and incarceration much higherfidelity. and killings. we've been working on dynamic weather. the other really big from the beginning. does it look at the farther's role in this? this one somebody who basically has — thing that we'e showing — didn't. it needs to. it is vitally still has a huge amount of wealth the first time we're going through a jump point, that nobody‘s entirely or a wormhole. basically, as we carry on, we'll be sure where it came from. important but it's another really opening up more star systems. important but it's another really important prompt that this needs to peter bradshaw in the guardian — next year, we've been promised i hate to quote another critic the release of squadron 42, the single—player campaign be researched. this is a story in but this case, i should — aspect of the game. said rather brilliantly that this but for now, development continues the observer, and it has been on the main star citizen experience. was "an exquisitely horrible prompted by something we did on this portrait" and i think that's exactly it seems this game's what it is. journey is far from over. that was star citizen marc. programme. earlier this week, prompted by something we did on this and what i think the triumph programme. earlierthis week, dan met terence, here on the sofa, of what lauren greenfield does now, christmas is nearly here, is she draws you in just enough which traditionally is the time talking about how christmas can be a when we all lay off the exercise to the ridiculousness of the situation, this character and pile on the food. really lonely time. dan took a not lara, though. who does look ridiculous. christmas tree and a choir to visit she's not waiting until january to get fit. him. we will see what he's been and then you see behind that she's getting on the case now, something really, really dark. with a little help from a friend. getting up to on tomorrow's and i think the film does a very right. programme. he has had a busy good job of balancing, i've got my gym kit, you know, what will i've got my trainers. weekend. but this story points out
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interest an audience — the stories about the shoes, now it's just time to meet the robot that i've an appointment with. that nobody is immune from the stories about — hello! all that stuff — and actually, loneliness but the cure is within yep, it's putting me the horrible reality behind it. i thought it was a very ourselves. it was a touching piece. interesting piece of work. through my paces on the treadmill. i mean, she's an extraordinary figure. i think she has the guinness world the idea here is that i am record for the amount stolen what you have been doing with this going to be trained by ai, from a government, basically. with a spot of help gentleman. it moves a lot of people. yes. and at one point, she is heard to say "well, you know, from pepper here. this bristol robotics lab trial aims rachel cooke says she looked at it if i was running this now, and could not get it out of her i could have sorted out to teach a robot the empathy all the world's problems, because all the world and motivational skill head. there was a phrase in this, leaders love me. and as soon as they meet me, of a human personal trainer. saying that loneliness is sly and creeps up on you, even the people they smile, and that will be it." and you think, "you might actually ok, i'm not quite sure who think they have all of that what its got in store for me. believe that to be true". armour, it creeps up on you and when but it isn't! think about getting ready to start running. well, evidently, it's not true, no. speed up now and run for one minute. alright, best out? it gets you it's difficult to get 0rdinary love. and i can't recommend out of. it says, let's not over this highly enough. so this is liam neeson and lesley manville as a couple facing a diagnosis of breast cancer, along with reacting to participants' medicalised this but look at what we and it's a year in their life. can do about it. make eye contact heart rate data and facial it is written by owen mccafferty, with the person serving you and talk who is a really well—known expressions whilst they try to build belfast playwright. to the person on the bus next to it is directed by lisa barros d'sa and glenn leyburn, who made up to running 5k, it considers you. bother about the people around good vibrations, which is a film about the northern ireland punk personality type in its quest you. bother about the people around scene. to perfect its patter. you. i think it is a really and i think this is a great movie. that robot, to begin with, knows nothing. important thing to say at this time and then don, ourfitness instructor, he tells the robot, of year. smile and i contact. and i think that it has got in real—time, "right, fantastic performances. now it's time to have a joke" or "now it's time to sympathise" it's — despite the subject matter,
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it's very funny, it's very human, or "now it's time to challenge." it's very much about and every time he does that, their relationship. the robot learns from that example. it's really honest — it's written, to some extent, so after a few sessions, the robot you were talking about people from personal experience. then start suggesting things. walking into the gentleman, we are and i have now seen it three times the estimated speed of a t rex and every time i have seen it, i've liked it more, and i really is 27 miles per hour. want people to go and see it. not individuals without connection it's a hard sell, i know, to others, it is important that we but it's a really good movie. i can't go as fast as that! bother about the people around us. high praise indeed. and best dvd? well, a bit of nonsense — i had to write what kind angel has fallen, which i had chosen because i think the first of behaviours the ideal robotic two in this series — personal trainer should have, our colleague, giving advice as she 0lympus has fallen and london has fallen — does every week! and this in i thought were rubbish. yet still keeping that as simplistic and then now, gerard butler teams up with nick nolte and suddenly, as possible for the robot assist particular is about tricky politics it becomes funny. and coders to implement. ina particular is about tricky politics and this was the first it's quite unnerving in the series when i thought, in a relationship. she loves when it leans forward. "actually, you've got ifeel like i'm in trouble. the measure of this now". this is deliberately ridiculous and i enjoyed it. political passion, but someone has gerard butler is back the key human aspects in psychology in my good books. go in to analysing what that client needs at a given time. wrote in saying that it has become yeah, he's a bodyguard who's protecting the president? ten people took part in the trial, yeah, he's a sort of secret service agent who — some totally at ease how do we get up to speed? with the concept. tricky, their partner has been on twitter a lot, and what has moved — everywhere he goes, chaos seems to follow. but in this one, he has basically — from being passionate about he's got to go, you know, 0n the day of a session politics, it is difficult to imagine off on his own because he is i would be thinking "0k, that in this country at one stage, because he is suspected well pepper's standing there, waiting for me." of being the bad — kind of the longer you do we we re of course, he's not bad. this, the kind of — that in this country at one stage, we were apathetic but now everyone he's gerard butler. you get used to it a lot more. has a view. now it has become yeah, yeah, yeah. i love — i've got to say i love and probably if i was to run films about american presidents on the treadmill now, tribal, negative, aggressive and the
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and their bodyguards. i'd be wondering there was that one with with "where's the robot?" they didn't just see it like. emma has brilliant advice clint eastwood, wasn't there? i can't remember the name of it. as a tool, as an object. here, and is what you would say to it wasn't just a robot. yeah, but 0lympus has fallen each of them developed started off with kind of, i would say a relationship. teenagers being cyber bullied. do you know, a premise that was done they would talk to it almost at the same time in different ways. not say things on there that you are by white house down. the bot could be trained not say things on there that you are and of the two movies, not willing to say to someone white house down was the less good face—to—face. come off it and et al. by different people, one — was the better one. 0lympus has fallen was the less good giving it different the habit. and remind yourself, what personalities and styles. one, yet that's the one that's but the general idea is that the gym produced the two sequels. of the future could be and, you know, gerard butler — is normal in conversation. really nobody chews the scenery a very different place. sound advice. there has been like gerard butler — nice work! and him and nick nolte together... well done for today! nick nolte plays his father — thank you. i hope to see you again soon! difficult political discourse in the his gruff, survivalist father from who he is completely estranged. goodbye. election, a long time before that. give me five. their scenes together are a joy. 0h, maybe not. it would be great if this could and then there's all the other stuff. settle and move on to a more humane yep, other stuff which kind of goes with it. 0oh, denied! yes. right. that was lara and pepper, conversation which is much more mark, thank you very much. thank you. very good to see you. about what you have in common than and you. that it is for this week, though. and that's it for this week. what you don't. and now we are going thank you so much for watching. and it's goodbye from both of us. 00:29:43,277 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 goodbye. to talk about fishing! crazy people the full length of click is available on the iplayer. next week, it's the click christmas doing things for charity. this is in special, which means tons of serious journalism and sensible clothing. bristol, the charity swim. rather in the meantime, you can get than than us! this is lizzie cole, in touch with us on social media on facebook, youtube, instagram and twitter at @bbcclick. in bristol. the icebreaker
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thanks for watching and we'll challenge, a hint as to how cold it see you for clickmas! was. dressed as a lobster, has to be done! the papers are full of charitable appeals. this one, i take my hat off to her, it was for homelessness. i was part of the sleep—out last week. homelessness, it is important. sometimes we get sniffy about doing charitable things, but it is so good to do. it good morning. raises awareness and raises money. welcome to breakfast with rachel burden and ben thompson. she looks quite cheerful coming out! 0ur headlines today: a british tourist is shot dead and his son wounded because she is coming out! there are during a struggle with armed robbers outside a hotel in buenos aires. jeremy corbyn apologises for his part in labour's heavy people without lobster outfits on. election defeat, writing in two sunday newspapers, have a lovely christmas, thank you he says the party "came up short". for coming in. coming up in the next half hour... our very own strictly star, mike bushell, will be here to help cha cha champions — us look back at last night's final. kelvin and 0ti samba their way to the strictly crown. he will talk us through the i was in disbelief, highlights. stay with us, headlines coming up. complete disbelief. it wasjust like...
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did theyjust say our name! a perfect ten for liverpool. their lead goes to double digits. two goals from mo salah led them to victory over watford, as they maintain their unbeaten record in the premier league this season. we're looking at another day of and hello, this is breakfast showers with a strong gusty winds with ben thompson and rachel burden. it's 8:30am, here's a summary and a bit of snow in some of the of this morning's main news. a british man has been killed showers particularly in the north of and his son injured after being shot during a suspected the uk. more on that later on. robbery in argentina. the men, aged 50 and 28, were injured as they fought back it's sunday the 15th of december. against a pair of robbers our top story: who ambushed them outside a british man has been killed a five—star hotel in buenos aires. police are reportedly investigating and his son injured after being shot during a suspected whether it was a random attack, robbery in argentina. or if their taxi had been tailed it happened outside a five—star hotel in the capital, buenos aires. from the airport. 0ur correspondent greg mckenzie has been looking into the details jeremy corbyn has apologised and joins us now from outside for his part in labour's worst general election defeat the foreign office. since the 19305. what more do we know about this immediately after the vote, he faced criticism for not saying sorry to labour mp5 incident? we know this incident took who'd lost their seats. but in a letter in the sunday mirror, he says he takes responsibility and that his
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place in an affluent area in buenos party "came up short". police investigating the death of a 15—year—old boy in cheshire have charged a teenager with murder. the body of alex rodda aires yesterday afternoon. broad was discovered on friday morning. matthew mason, who's18, daylight this attack and what you has been remanded in custody can see from cctv footage is the and will appear before magistrates on monday. shooting taking place. what happened was the two british nationals, a the death toll from last week's volcanic eruption in new zealand has risen to 16. 50—year—old and 28—year—old, a the victim, who has not been identified, died in hospital. father and son, had arrived from the airport and got out of that taxi and around 20 people remain in intensive care with severe burns. we re airport and got out of that taxi and were then attacked by two men on a meanwhile, recovery teams have for a second day been unable motorbike. you can see a fight has to locate the bodies of two people still missing. and skewed. the two british negotiators have worked through the night at un nationals trying to defend climate talks in madrid, themselves against their attackers to try to salvage efforts when one pulls out a gun and simply to fight global warming. fires. witnesses say at least five the chilean minister leading the talks appealed to delegates to show flexibility, shots were fired. you can see one of as they struggle to reach agreement on the extent of the measures needed the men falling to the floor with to cut greenhouse gas emissions. his injuries a short time later. the summit is now entering they are both rushed to hospital a second extra day. rail passengers are being advised where sadly the father is pronounced to check train times
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dead a short time later. the foreign before they travel today, as major timetable changes are introduced. rail companies say journey times will be shorter, services made more frequent, 0ffice saying they are supporting and new routes added. but a chaotic timetable change last the family of the victims and with year has prompted concerns over potential disruption. authorities in buenos aires. police are trying to work out whether it was a random attack or that they what a night it was in the strictly ballroom, we re with a new champion couple was a random attack or that they were followed from the airport. jeremy corbyn has apologised lifting the glitterball trophy. for his part in labour's worst general election defeat since the 19305. former soap star kelvin fletcher won writing in two sunday the public vote with his partner, newspapers, he says he takes responsibility and that his oti mabuse. party "came up short". 0ur political correspondent tony bonsignore is in our london studio. the actorjoined the show tony, what else did mr corbyn say? as a last—minute replacement, after made in chelsea's jamie laing injured his foot while recording the launch show. good morning. what really stands out, as you read whatjeremy corbyn has to say, is how much he stands by we will talk to mike about that a little later. looking forward to what labour did and stood for election campaign and he says the that. holly is here with the sport. ma nifesto election campaign and he says the manifesto was very popular and the good morning. winners galore in the party won the argument on climate premier league! 0h, good morning. winners galore in the premier league! oh, no, there's only one! only livable. still unbeaten, change, austerity, and inequality, this run is remarkable and goes back
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and his message is too many within his party who supported him, carry to early january —— this run is remarkable and goes back to earlyjanuary —— only liverpool. on with what you are doing. incredible. in december juergen progress, he says, does not come in clark and his men have a very busy festive a simple straight line but there has season, they are boarding a plane as been lots of criticism of his leadership and more from two we speak for the club world cup —— potential labour leadership juergen klopp. before that, on contenders, jess phillips, a labour mp from tuesday, the league cup quarterfinal contenders, jess phillips, a labour mpfrom birmingham. contenders, jess phillips, a labour against aston villa. how will that mp from birmingham. she rides play out? as far as the premier contenders, jess phillips, a labour mpfrom birmingham. she rides in contenders, jess phillips, a labour mp from birmingham. she rides in the 0bserver that lots of people within league is concerned, they are labour are more interested in the party rather than winning over other dominating. they now have a ten—point gap voters and another possible female at the top after making it 16 league labourmp voters and another possible female wins out of 17 with a 2—0 victory labour mp who will stand possibly over watford at anfield. while second placed leicester could only draw 1—1 at home to norwich. for the leadership is lisa nandy and ben croucher reports. she says the big problem is labour catch us if you can. lost touch with the day—to—day if liverpool's bond is tighter worries and experiences of labour than ever, right now, the gap between them and everybody voters. i suspect we will see a few else is growing ever wider. more candidates making themselves they've played 17 games this season, more candidates making themselves and when mo salah can produce more visible. i get the government finishes like this, you can see why will begin to set out what it they've won 16 of them. he's left—footed as well. intends to do before everyone breaks
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that might have been for christmas? christmas will feel the obvious option, when the ball landed at his feet like a long way for mp5 and those in in the last minute... government. it would be a big week. commentator: the cheek of it! the sheer cheek of it. this magician had the mp5 will arrive and swanning to the trick with the flick. house of commons on tuesday, the they're disappearing queen's speech on thursday and then into the distance at the real business of debating brexit the top of the table. we need each point we can get, because it is a tough legislation and even over christmas, and long season. you can make earlyjudgement we know the government will consider ways of shaking up whitehall and the and early resumes or whatever — we can't. ways of shaking up whitehall and the way government works. a very busy we just have to recover few weeks. thank you very much. and play the next game. when club sides get back from the club world cup next weekend, they'll be up against leicester city on boxing day. police investigating the death still their nearest of a 15—year—old boy in cheshire challenges but not so near, second played second have charged a teenager with murder. bottom at the king power second bottom went ahead. a lead that lasted 12 minutes. the body of alex rodda jamie vardy thought he's scored in his ninth straight league game was discovered on friday morning. but not so fast. matthew mason, who's18, has been remanded in custody and will appear before magistrates on monday. it turns out tim krull hit the death toll from last week's volcanic eruption in new zealand has risen to 16. the ball into his own net. leicester couldn't get the say, a 1—1 draw. the victim, who has still, a point more not been identified, died in hospital. than chelsea muster — around 20 people remain in intensive they've only managed to get care with severe burns. three in the last month. the latest defeat came at home
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meanwhile, recovery teams have against bournemouth. for a second day been unable modern technology played its part. to locate the bodies of two people still missing. did the ball cross the line? negotiators have worked goalline technology said yes, through the night at un climate the offside flag said no. talks in madrid, to try to salvage the video assistant referee efforts to fight global warming. had a quick look at it. no offside, goal stood. the chilean minister leading 1-0. the talks appealed to delegates to show flexibility, as they struggle to reach agreement on the extent of the measures needed this was always going to be to cut greenhouse gas emissions. the case, as far as i saw it. the summit is now entering i did get frustrated with everyone getting so excited because i knew that over the course of the season a second extra day. there would be tough moments. rail passengers are being advised to check train times before and now we need to show. they travel today, as major if you wanted to knowjust how timetable changes are introduced. much better liverpool are than the rest, chelsea, rail companies say journey in fourth, are as close to them times will be shorter, services made more frequent, as they are to watford, and new routes added. but a chaotic timetable change last who are bottom. year has prompted concerns over potential disruption. the rest of yesterday's premier league results are the website. for liverpool — as we mentioned — jurgen klopp and his men will be we will talk more about some of the boarding a flight to qatar this morning ahead of wednesday's club implications of that with the world cup semifinal. their opponents are mexico's concacaf champions league passenger focus group in about ten winners monterray. they beat al sadd 3—2 minutes.
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what a night it was in the strictly ballroom, in their quarterfinal. with a new champion couple lifting their opening goal though — the glitterball trophy. take a look at this. an absolute rocket iam afraid i am afraid we have already upset from leonel vangioni. hard to imagine there'll be some people who did not want to know a better goal than that during the tournament. the result but it is absolutely all in the scottish premiership, leaders celtic host hibs later, while rangers — who arejust two points behind — over the papers. are at motherwell. aberdeen have moved up to third after a 1—0 home win former soap star kelvin fletcher, over hamilton accies. who joined the show as a last—minute replacement, won the public vote sam cosgrove with the winning goal, with his partner 0ti mabuse. 0ur entertainment correspondent, lizo mzimba was watching the action. kelvin and 0ti! and it means hamilton are bottom. a last—minute replacement, after another contestant was injured, kelvin fletcher said he was honoured to have won strictly elsewhere, there were wins with his dance partner, 0ti mabuse. for ross county, stjohnstone, it's such a privilege to be here. while st mirren and livingstone played out a 3—3 draw. i think this show represents on to rugby union now — everything that is amazing and the champions cup where saracens with this country. win over munster was overshadowed i think the people personify by a brawl involving what is great and it has just been almost 30 players. an absolute privilege to... sarries head coach mark mccall you're amazing! claimed a comment to their hooker jamie george prompted the fight, cheering and applause. # ain't no sunshine while munster say they don't know what caused it. when she's gone...# the result was decided the english side's15—6 victory purely by public vote, means that their defence of the title is still alive though thejudges and they can still make did have their say, describing their rumba the quarterfinals. as "sensual and romantic". .. # ain't no sunshine
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when she's gone...# meanwhile, leinster have qualified for the quarterfinals. # and she's always gone too long. they thrashed english premiership leaders northampton saints by 50—21. any time she goes away...# # you know you make me wanna leinster ran in seven tries shout. ..# in total as they qualified with two matches to spare. ..and called their show dance a tour de force. # hey, hey, hey, hey...# elsewhere, there were defeats it earned them a standing ovation for both glasgow and gloucester. and rare praise from craig revel horwood. raymond van barneveld's career has ended with a shock i loved every single minute of that. defeat in the first round at the world championships. the night also had a performance from globalsuperstar, the five time world champion taylor swift. was beaten by darin young 3—1, # we could leave the christmas leaving the crowds at alexandra palace in stunned silence. it brings to an end one of the most lights up tilljanuary. .. but the real stars of the night decorated careers in darts. were, of course, kelvin and 0ti. the latest winner of one of tv‘s most popular programmes, a show that has been delighting tonight, the winner of this year's viewers more than 15 years. sports personality of lizo mzimba, bbc news. the year will be revealed. but we already have this year's winner of the world sport star award. it is this man, eliud kipchoge, congratulations to both of them. the kenyan runner who became the first person to run
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a marathon in under more on strictly to come later in two hours in october. in winning the award, kipchoge beat off competition from, the programme. among others, gymnast simone biles and south africa rugby captain faster trains, with more carriages, siya kolisi in the online vote. running more often. that's the promise being made by rail firms as the new timetable it's also been announced that comes into effect today. kipchoge will run next year's london marathon, but after last may's timetable bidding to become the first person change caused widespread chaos, to win the men's elite race many regular train users will be five times in a row. waiting to see the reality before they start celebrating. i believe that versions of his very david sidebottom is from the passengers' watchdog, transport focus, and joins us now. high tech shoes are now being sold. they will still put you back a couple of hundred quid but people are desperate to get their hands on welcome to the programme. this this. carbon soled. very popular. it should benefit passengers, as long as the transition goes smoothly. the doesn't guarantee you will run a sub two hour marathon. that's obviously big changes are a thousand why i can't run that time! if i had additional services per week, better chance of getting a seat on an those trainers, watch me go! in fa ct, those trainers, watch me go! in fact, what shall we go now! goodbye. already busy train, some services will be quicker, the investment in we've probably all done it — walking down the street, looking at our phones and not paying infrastructure means better full attention to where we're going. signalling which means the train but when bbcjounalist sean dilley tweeted about how often he and his guide dog sammy should be more reliable and quicker. it is all about delivery now. does are bumped into in the street,
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it got quite a response. it turns out many other it happen overnight? pretty much guide dog users are having similar experiences. sean and sammyjoin us now. overnight. today is the switch on monday is the real test will go back we did this a little bit earlier. he to work. we will see a couple of days of uncertainty. the stuff at was lying down. he is very relaxed. the railway have to get used to it come and say hello. sammy isn't working now. it's ok. i always say as well. give it 48 hours or so. ask the person. no hard and fast. if from an outsider ‘s as well. give it 48 hours or so. from an outsider '5 point of view, we will look at it and see a small you are crossing the road by the arndale centre or oxford street, it is best not to say hello to a guide change of a few minutes but it is a fundamental change? a whole heap of dog, it could be distracting. we enjoy petting sammy and talk to us planning has gone into it. a much about this tweet. it took on a life of its own, didn't it? as a welcome investment, longer, faster trains and more reliable services reporter, i know i'm not naive, if but we have long memories and 18 you to eat stuff it is out in the months ago it was not good. this is a test of all the train operators to twittersphere. it was light—hearted. i don't think the world is against make sure it is delivered. the first me, the world and i are pretty cool. non—stop service between london and itook me, the world and i are pretty cool. i took eight bumps in a few moments ona
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i took eight bumps in a few moments on a street and at least the last bristol. journey time just over an person had a good grace, rather than swearing at me, which at least one hour! every hour, the first go up of the other people said, i am sorry, i had my head in my phone. i for commuters and we come back with the same line of wanting to see saidi sorry, i had my head in my phone. i said i hope it is bbc news. it improvements. a few more thousand wasn't and we had words about that. i tweeted and i said we are all services introduced over the past guilty of it, but help us out, look few years and this is the start. when you are going because you are lots of changes around scotrail voluntarily visually impairing yourself by looking at your phone. well, again potential improvements not only is that dangerous for you, not only do you run the risk of including the link between edinburgh and glasgow. in wales as well. this being pickpocketed or worse, it's really difficult for me and sammy, who has to do harder work. this is is all good stuff, i cannot stress very clear. there is a little go pro enough, please, please, make it camera on sammy the dog to give us work. great use for passengers if it an idea. he is navigating these obstacles and these people, he is all works but it also comes at a not at their eye level, he needs to be hyper aware of what is going on. cost. prices go up again in the new year so people are paying for this. if other people literally have no and they have done so for many sense of awareness and not looking around them, it makes hisjob much years. fares for commuters go up by more complicated, doesn't it? around them, it makes hisjob much more complicated, doesn't mm does. many of these people are 2.596.
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relying on the fact that i will move years. fares for commuters go up by 2.5%. governments gone by have to out of the way. sammy is hiding. make sure the fairbank passenger is come here, sammy. he is wearing a responsible for the improvements we very clearly marked guide dog wa nt responsible for the improvements we want to see. —— fair paying harness. people are not noticing and notwithstanding that, they will walk passengers. we have heard about all towards us and that is a lot harder for kinds of promises made during the towards us and that is a lot harder foersammy, towards us and that is a lot harder for mr sammy, isn't it? towards us and that is a lot harder general election campaign about foersammy, isn't it? he investment in public transport and towards us and that is a lot harder for mr sammy, isn't it? he says, can he say hello to his mum. hello, mum. now we have a conservative government. i think their plans talk he is having to concentrate more. it about putting lots of new money into is harder for them. he is having to concentrate more. it is harderforthem. i have been a guide dog owner and had for nearly the rail infrastructure. £4.2 21 years. it's definitely the car billion on local train, and bus more of an issue with the invention services but that is in a couple of of the smartphone. my concern is that my dogs will have to retire yea rs' services but that is in a couple of years' time. one thing that has been earlier because of the amount of put on hold because of the election extra workload. it is notjust like has been the structure of the that clip in london, we travel all railway. the brilliant review was over, it is notjust a london issue. due to be published in the autumn. talk us through some of the training sammy will have, that is based on that will put somebody in charge of certain assumptions about how other the railway. and about hsz as well. people will respond and what you are saying is that because they got i wanted to ask you about that as theirface in their phone, they saying is that because they got their face in their phone, they are not responding in the way that sammy
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has been taught. i personally think well. there is still a fundamental guide dogs now have a much harder issue about where the money is being job than they did as assistance dogs spent and disproportionately spent say 21 years ago when i first trained. traffic is busier, they in the capital and not liverpool and have to deal with silent cars, which... i was knocked over by one manchester. if you ask passengers in of those. that's another topic and maybe i will be capable of tweeting about that! let's get onto that places like huddersfield, another time! it has got busier. manchester, what we want now is punctual, reliable services and a people who train train for three chance to get a seat. get the basics years to be a guide dog mobility right. it should be simple. candle is after being puppy walkers, totally unpaid. they socialise in busy conditions like that —— communicate to the passengers. there mobility handlers. they run into should be no excuse not to be able to do that. thank you so much and people because they doubt their own guiding ability because they ultimately trained to walk in a best of luck on yourjourney. are straight line moving around you going by train? i will do obstacles. they don't expect tomorrow morning. let's see if it kamikaze people to kinda walk into them, do they, but it is one of the will be chilly. it is turning cold crosses we have to bear. to use your and snowing in some part?m phrase, people are voluntarily impairing theirown phrase, people are voluntarily impairing their own site by staring will be chilly. it is turning cold and snowing in some part? it is. at their phones. when you put it in
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good morning to you. mainly on the those terms, it is obvious but we high ground but this is the picture don't think about it. from those clips we saw a little while ago on with some snow coming down. we have if screen, you think about it, had a covering of snow in north—west somebody is looking at their phone are not only will they potentially england, lancashire and it gives us put me in danger but they could potentially walk in front of a an icy start to the date for some of vehicle or a cyclist. 0r us an icy start to the date for some of us but it is a day of sunshine and potentially walk in front of a vehicle or a cyclist. orin potentially walk in front of a vehicle or a cyclist. or in the current climate as it is now, what dangerare showers. this is what has brought current climate as it is now, what danger are you putting yourself in? i'm getting bruised as a result. i the rain and snow overnight. the am not one of those negative people, next batch of big cloud working in i'm big and ugly enough to toughen up i'm big and ugly enough to toughen up at some people will walk into you bringing plenty of showers to wales and they are still totally oblivious. if you are going to walk and southern counties of england. down the street, at least make it snow across northern england and bbc news, there is no story that is that important that you need to walk into us. the number of people who relatively low across county durham are unaware that they will swear at for example. some areas stay dry. a us and abuse us, you kind of think, you know, don't be angry, they don't know what they do but i am big and fair chance of that across much of ugly eastern england and eastern know what they do but i am big and h. know what they do but i am big and ugly enough. i am an investigative scotland, whereas wales and southern reporter for my dayjob and i coastal counties of england, the sometimes confront very not nice showers will be quite heavy with people. if you experience a recent hailand showers will be quite heavy with hail and thunder fairly frequent as sight loss, it is a massive trauma.
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well. 0vernight, the showers will be maybe you are someone who is a little less confident, and i find it brought in under the south—westerly winds but the south—westerly went upsetting that i am fairly chilled about it. but the impact you can make it not particularly cold. the have not just about it. but the impact you can have notjust on about it. but the impact you can have not just on that about it. but the impact you can have notjust on that person's about it. but the impact you can have not just on that person's day but their independence, it can stop far north of england, northern people getting at. their sense of ireland and scotland, some colder confidence about being out and air here so patches of frost to about. we have sammy's bbc id badge. start the new working week. looking i don't know if you can see that. about. we have sammy's bbc id badge. i don't know if you can see thatm they can have it on w one a and hugh ahead, we start off with a mixture of sunshine and showers. a dry day bonneville, sammy can have one! he coming up on wednesday but then it turns milder but also wetter for a is absolutely verified. —— on w1a. number of us towards the end of the he is also a mental health first week. monday, there will be further aid. he is indeed. he calms everyone showers around. for most areas, down and relaxes them. thank you so fewer showers than the weekend. the much. we will give that back to you. wind is not as strong either. lots maybe i should wear it with pride! thank you very much. have a great of showers in western scotland, christmas. thank you, sammy. sammy, come and say hello. thank you, sean. turning to snow. for tuesday, an ex— you are very welcome.” area of low pressure moving up from come and say hello. thank you, sean. you are very welcome. i am off to front bringing wet weather —— our read the news on andrew marr. chris
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has a look at the weather for us. next area of low pressure. it looks we have seen some we have seen some snow we have seen some snow overnight, particularly across some of the higher ground in the north of the like it would be a day of sunshine and showers but few and more in the uk. in north—east england we have seen some uk. in north—east england we have seen some of the snow come right way of dry weather. cold for most down towards the sea level, for areas. looking beyond that, it looks example redcar in cleveland. nic started the day, day of sunshine and blustery showers —— nice start to like being a dry day on wednesday the day. lots more waiting in the with sunshine many of us although wings waiting to target wales and some rain pushing into northern southern coastal counties of finland ireland and then that rain will push where the showers will be at their most frequent. —— counties of eastwards. through thursday and friday, most of us will see rain and england. showers frequent in time but it turned significantly milder. temperatures in london scotland's central belt and might even be a bit of winteriness in some should reach 12 degrees celsius. of those hillier areas. some areas that will miss the showers, parts of that is your latest weather. back to scotla nd that will miss the showers, parts of scotland and england, lincolnshire you two. this is breakfast from bbc and nottinghamshire not seeing too many showers. temperatures in england and wales 6—10 degrees celsius and in scotland and northern ireland, temperature around 3—5 news. here is the moment the exit degrees. overnight, showers continue
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to move in on the brisk poll it was announced in the mild. south—westerly winds and it is a similar night in that some of the showers will have some winteriness, borisjohnson poll it was announced in the mild. boris johnson leaping to some snow on the high ground and we could have some icy surfaces poll it was announced in the mild. borisjohnson leaping to his feet —— announced in the mail. developing overnight and a frost developing overnight and a frost developing across northern parts. that takes us into the outlook for the week ahead. initially sunshine he is the sunday mirror, it'sjeremy corbyn writing about and labour‘s and showers and cool weather and dry election defeat. "i'm sorry we came weather for wednesday but then it turns milder as low pressure moves in bringing outbreaks of rain later. up election defeat. "i'm sorry we came up short, and i take responsibility another day of sunshine and showers for it." and one of the hosts on monday but not as widespread, more in the way of dry weather and sunshine, notjust perhaps leaving the show of strictly more in the way of dry weather and sunshine, not just windy. more in the way of dry weather and sunshine, notjust windy. the exception to that theme is western scotland, where it will be much more u nsettled scotland, where it will be much more unsettled with the rain and hill dancing after 15 years on the show. is it hard to avoid politics in the snow working in to the highlands. temperatures on the low side in papers today, and long field, northern areas for much of england and wales, 7—10. top temperatures. children's commissioner for england? tuesday, an area of low pressure moves north from france bringing a —— anne longfield? children's commissioner for england? change in the weather to central and -- anne longfield? i wouldn't go eastern england with outbreaks of
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into huge details, if you like, rain in the forecast. western about the personalities involved but we have lots of charts and lots of england and wales, scotland and northern ireland another day of papers here about what's white. sunshine and showers but far fewer and more dry weather and more children don't get much of a look in sunshine. it's a cold day for most with temperatures around 4 or 5 but in the elections. they don't get a maybe 8 or 9 for east anglia and vote, children's issues often get overlooked. we hear about schools but that is usually a shortcut to south—east england and beyond that, talk about anything to do with kids. low pressure is moving, bringing all of the big issues, social care, increasingly wet weather towards the end of the week but milder at air law & 0rder, all of them are things that need to be focused on in terms moving in. —— milderair. a high of of kids —— law and order. kids tell 12 in london for stop sunshine and blustery showers with the showers me they are worried about where they having a wintry tinge over northern hills. after three months of sequins, fake live, they need to have places to tans and inevitable ballroom drama, strictly come dancing finally has 90. live, they need to have places to go, schools, all of those things. 0ne go, schools, all of those things. one of the things they think is a new champion couple. interesting with the narrative as well with the focus on the north, i did a big piece of work with kids a former emmerdale actor kelvin fletcher, who was only year ago, those going up on the drafted onto the show as a last—minute replacement, lifted the glitterball trophy north, and a challenge for those with his partner, oti. kids is to see where their future let's take a look back prospects were in those really
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entrenched, disadvantaged areas was at how they got there. massive. that really is going to be the test, i think. those kids need the launch show feels like a lifetime ago. it was outside, the lights were on, to see the future is great for them the music was pumping. i opened up the season, that is one tick for the record books for me. and there are things they can do but it needs to be different in our. we're kicking off 2019! yes, you are! that chart you highlight there i absolutely loved that first dance. indicates conservatives gaining that was absolutely off the chart! nothing can fully prepare you to getjudged for the first time. seats in deprived areas. so there is that was so nice, thank you. better for them to seats in deprived areas. so there is betterfor them to come seats in deprived areas. so there is better for them to come good on i had to stand there those promises. these teenagers in and smile and nod. the north—east don't know any i have to say, you have relatives or neighbours that work. great potential. it's as stark as that. though it's this year's series of strictly has probably been the most enjoyable, about working towards jobs but also the most competitive. what you experience in your environment, how proud you are aware i think the standard of dance you live and what you think the this year has been phenomenal. opportunities are. not something you watching emma grow, i definitely believe she belongs in the final can watch on as other parts of the and i'm really happy for her. country appear to get on.” karim delivered a charleston can watch on as other parts of the country appear to get on. i would assume those teenagers would be able that was just off the chart. to vote in the next election in five for the charleston, yea rs ? to vote in the next election in five you need to be precise and he was. watching kelvin do the jive, years? your 15-year-old would my eyes couldn't believe it. to vote in the next election in five years? your15-year-old would be voting, 16 —year—olds may be voting week by week, he comes back
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stronger, he comes back better, significant is that way. it's that he comes back more technical. time of year when we tend to talk about the people of the year. yeah. greta thunberg is getting a lot of and i can now reveal the strictly attention but this piece in the come dancing champions are... express is talking about other young leaders. yeah, i wanted to pull this ..kelvin and oti! out. there is always lots of cheering criticism that the young aren't as resilient as they were, but actually this is a piece that is looking at yes, greta thunberg, but also others. jack merritt, who tragically we're joined now by strictly was killed in london bridge, aged superfans nikki, beth and kirsty. fabulous 25, doing great things. also, peter superfans nikki, beth and kirsty. to have you in thi fraser, who started the ice bucket thank fabulous to have you in the studio. challenge are —— frates. he raised thank you. what did you think of the series, before we get to the final, how did it stand up for you?” series, before we get to the final, how did it stand up for you? i was impressed by the quality from the millions of dollars for the ice bucket challenge. and also women beginning. when i saw the line—up, i didn't really expect anybody to be under 34, so there is some great great, to be honest. when we watch the first one together, we were inspiration. i think the climate astounded by the quality. there's been quite a lot of people that have debate has been transformed by young gone earlier than they should have people is about about, and that is something that i think and hope we done. dev! i really felt he was will see much more of coming
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forward. this is a great story in someone done. dev! i really felt he was someone i would have liked to have seen someone i would have liked to have seenin someone i would have liked to have seen in the final, i would have the sunday mirror. the egg and liked to have seen his show dance. i christmas. can you have a big and don't know how that happened.” christmas. can you have a big and christmas when it is so closely liked to have seen his show dance. i don't know how that happened. i was surprised him and michelle were my associated with turkey and chicken? two. and will. he was so inspiring. tesco has organised some meals. they are, and apparently there has been a it was so heart—warming to see him 37% increase in purchases of big and just really go for it and so inspirational to so many kids who food over the last year. meet three live with disability. it was so sad wellington flying off the shelves —— to see him go. i feel like it could have gone on for ever, this series. they could have just carried on and done more and more. let's talk about meat—free. wellington flying off the shelves —— meat-free. clearly there is a strong the final three. we would have liked to have perhaps seen others in it lobby group saying that vegan diet but they were all extremely high quality. they each had a slightly different story to tell. i know that isa lobby group saying that vegan diet is a healthy one, and i don't want to question that particularly, but kirsty, you were really backing all of these vegan alternative is a highly processed. some of it is, i karim. he was fantastic from the don't think it has to be, but some beginning. his standard of dancing of it. some dreadfully, high from the start was perfect. is he a processed oils in some products. so it's not just processed oils in some products. so it's notjust a quick fix. but i don't think it has to be either — bit of a trained dancer? does he have a background in dance? i'm not
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or, and! don't think it has to be either — or, and i think it is good people experiment more. perhaps flexitarian sure. maybe being on tv! we don't know. do you think? maybe? sure. maybe being on tv! we don't is the way to go, i think, this know. do you think? maybe7m doesn't mean they're going to be any christmas. thank you so much. thank good, though. exactly. and you have to have people at different levels to have people at different levels to make it interesting. if everyone you. was a real novice, that would...m who wins tonight's bbc is extraordinary, he is mesmerising sports personality of the year award is down to the public vote, to watch, that won't be the last but whether or not the trophy time we see him dance. hopefully arrives in time is the not. i enjoyed watching him dancing. responsibility ofjust one man. all this week former welsh rugby the kids were all going for karim in captain gareth thomas has been carrying the trophy by bike, my house! because of being on cbbc. 500 miles from cardiff to aberdeen, to raise money for sport relief. as he enters the final stretch, yeah. emma was there with anton. i let's take a look at some of the highs and lows thought her show dance was a bit disappointing. yeah! ithink of his gruelling week. thought her show dance was a bit disappointing. yeah! i think anton is wonderful but as time has gone on with strictly maybe his choreography hasn't been as intricate. this is his forte, what we are seeing.” genuinely cried at this. i thought (applause). it was so beautiful. it was so beautiful and so well acted. it was
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absolutely stunning. this is anton's forte. but a show dance has to have all the elements, doesn't it? with me, the thing for emma, dance like a mother, the class that we run, we have a lot of mums who don't have a i now really realise the importance lot of confidence. it's not necessarily about being the perfect answer, definitely for us at. she of sport. i realise the importance of sport. i realise the importance wa nted answer, definitely for us at. she wanted to get it right. it was a of giving. now we fly in. i didn't pure joy. we see that as dance like think it would happen like this. a mother, the moment they relax and enjoy it... letting themselves go. three, two, one! that confidence in her grew and grew. anton could have done more with her, he could have pushed her more, especially with the show dance. as soon as i saw the set, i and sally is with gareth in dundee for us now. thought, my god, razzle—dazzle!m didn't live up to expectations. i cannot believe you have dragged him out of bed this early, sally.” unlike this, which is calvin and oti show dance. i think we can see this. know! how cool are we? good morning it really did have all the elements
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both of you, good morning everybody in it, the tricks and the jumps and at home. we are in dundee with rugby the lifts. this was amazing. she legend gareth thomas was that thank you so much for getting up so early pushed him. he was capable of doing on these, the last day of your it. whether he could have done this on week one or not is a question to mammoth trek. what's it like to know be asked. because, actually, his you are so mammoth trek. what's it like to know you are so close to the finish? it's a relief but i think i have a sense capability was extraordinary, from the beginning but the progress of of sadness about it because every his technique that we've seen from week one this week has been day we've gone, we've met projects fabulous. we can all agree, one of that benefit from sport relief. it's the absolute highlights of the entire series was mike bushell in a really inspired me and given me a an cowboy outfit! isn't that right, understanding of the responsibility of who i am and what i represent the mike? we absolutely loved it! where people. we met a group of homeless are right now? hi, there, i am teenagers who were so inspirational inside the hotel where we've all to me, but they were inspirational been staying overnight in watford, to me, but they were inspirational to me, but they were inspirational to me because i was inspirational to after the live show last night. i them. was dancing until the early hours inaudible. they really touched me, with calvin at oti and kerem and they really did. so it's hard not to amy. lots of the strictly star —— be around people like that. william kelvin and oti. with some strictly mac super
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kelvin and oti. with some strictly mac super fans! a kelvin and oti. with some strictly mac superfans! a lady kelvin and oti. with some strictly mac super fans! a lady has a kelvin and oti. with some strictly mac superfans! a lady has a bag is this contraption we are sitting saying we love kevin from grimsby, a in? just expense to everybody at reference to kevin clifton. did the home what this is? and what it's right couple win? they deserved to like to peddle this? the macro this win. but we loved corinne. when you get to the final, they are all isa like to peddle this? the macro this is a sport relief —— this is a winners. -- we loved corinne. quadracycle, we have put some tinsel kelvin and ot, that show dance where on itand quadracycle, we have put some tinsel on it and we also have the trophy it was literally wow, it was a pa rt on it and we also have the trophy part in the bar, but this is a showcase of all their dancers from all the weeks. we had the flying really heavy, heavy machine. when press up, which i've still been trying to master. it was incredible. this goes up any incline it becomes extremely difficult. so this is kind afterwards, moments afterwards, i of like the torture machine. this is caught up with them after they won a very painful thing. also, we of like the torture machine. this is a very painfulthing. also, we have your bike, because you have to write the glitter ball on the strictly mac dance floor. so, here we are, then, on the strictly dance floor for the last time. sections of the route so far on your the finalists, the winners, kelvin and oti. bike with the trophy behind it. just congratulations. explain what that is like for you? the bike isjust a nice, normal bike thank you, mike. we've obviously been on this whole but we have a trailer put on the journey together and i know bbc back with the trophy on. whoever breakfast viewers have been rooting for you the whole way through, like the other finalists, wins the trophy better appreciate all the way through. that was incredible. that show dance you did. it! it's taken a lot of hard work for me to get it to aberdeen. it's as the judges said, it had everything, didn't it?
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really difficult because i use the it was like your show reel of amazing dancing. yeah, mike, it's been amazing. bike when we have hilly routes, and as you know yourself, it's the most unique experience you could ever wish to be a part of. and i've got yourself and all the other celebrity, the pro, the production and especially oti to thank for that the case itself is 40 kg, the weight because it's just been the most amazing experience. ofa the case itself is 40 kg, the weight of a small human being. so i'm to win, to get the public‘s trying to take the bike upwards, vote means more than anything, it really does. obviously up the hill, so it's just talk us through that moment, when all three couples were waiting. did you hear your name being read out, extremely difficult. gareth, you or does it take a minute to sink in? have mentioned the high point is that you have had some tricky it was so surreal, i felt patches. it has been tough. the like i was in a dream, even when they mentioned my name. ijust was, like, i wasjust in complete disbelief. elements have been against us. i've i think to you and was thinking... come across heavy winds, a lot of rain, trees falling on the road and ahh! you know what? it's been as did they say our name? difficult as the physical challenge yes! honestly, i never, ever, as well. because i'm carrying these in a million years... i didn't expect that. people with me, when somebody tells you totally deserve it. everybody was behind you. we saw the journey you made from the person that came you, actually, a couple of months in to replace jamie. ago, i met a vulnerable girl trying oti, what did you know about kelvin, when he first signed up and you got the knock on the door? to find a place to sleep. getting them on the bike took it off their do you know what, i didn't know much, but i think the most special
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thing was that we were getting to know each other through the dance. if you think about it, the samba mind. as much as i carried them with was how i got to know kelvin. and it wasn't some character, it wasn't andy from emmerdale. i think the whole nation got me, also it has spurred me on to know him as a man, because i want them to see that i as a husband, as a father, as a son. may champion to who they are. like, and i'm so glad that we did, i'm carrying their message and because i think you're amazing and you're an absolute superstar taking it with me, especially at a and you've given me so much... time at christmas. we see homeless so much more than i expect people everywhere and we choose to and i'm grateful to you, ignore them. the white —— through eternally and forever grateful. thank you. what we do, every penny you give to sport relief goes to helping and i know the hard work. vulnerable people get out of that i was getting messages from katya, state. gareth, i couldn't have put it better myself. you can go on the when i was on the floor at 9:30, ten, saying, hold on, kelvin's still going until 11! bbc sport website to find details you were in the gym, some mornings, how to donate stop all of the luck before you started training! i don't think i've ever worked as hard in my life. in the world, you are so nearly and i know that now whatever i do, there. so nearly there, gareth!” whateverjob i've got coming up next, i'll be working extra hard. i think, with anything, you really love you! i love you, too! do get out what you put in. it's testament to, you know, this, really. i'm just so grateful, thank you. laughter. what a legend! what an have a bit of a rest and keep dancing? yes, yes. have a bit of a rest and some
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incredible journey. laughter. what a legend! what an more dancing, i think. incrediblejourney. going laughter. what a legend! what an incredible journey. going from dundee to aberdeen in time for the oh, yeah, you're going on tour! show. sorry for the slightly dodgy going on tour in manchester! with you! exactly. sound on that but it was worth it you're a legend, mate, you're a legend. because it is so great to hear his go and celebrate. story and what he has been up to this week. a really gruelling week congratulations. strictly 2019 winners, but incredible work. kelvin and oti. the andrew marr show is on bbc one i tell you what, it feels really at nine o'clock this morning. what's on the programme weird and emotional this morning. a today, andrew? lot of us won't see each other for a not nearly as gruelling but a very long time. i am sure we will have a reunion at some point but that is busy programme for you. what's ahead for britain? i'm joined busy programme for you. what's ahead for britain? i'mjoined by busy programme for you. what's ahead for britain? i'm joined by one of it, strictly 2019 is over. on two boris johnson's he sports personality, which is a for britain? i'm joined by one of borisjohnson's he allies. 0n the fantastic and emotional event. i am lab aside, john mcdonnell, shadow waiting for kelvin and karim to come chancellor talking about his role in down to breakfast and we will have another chinwag. it's over! one labour's huge defeat. and the man star—studded event to the next for said to be successor ofjeremy you, mike! get some rest in between. corbyn also on the show. nicola thank you so much, mike bushell at sturgeon, the wonderful actor brian the venue, the hotel where they are cox and you have a quadra cycle, staying. our strictly maxi but fans good for you, but we have a real are still here. the nice thing about live organ and choir in the studio strictly, when there is quite a lot
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tojoin us at 9am —— quadracycle.. of debate and division, it is a very gentle show. it is, and it is about personal development and coming on in your own personal development and coming on choir and tojoin us at 9am —— quadracycle.. choirand an organ? in yourown right, personal development and coming on tojoin us at 9am —— quadracycle.. choir and an organ? i hope it's in your own right, the same with your classes, finding your own christmas themed. what else would it strengths and working on them. and your classes, briefly tell us about be? those, dance like a mother. at dance like a mother we do baby and dance classes for mums but we have some brave dancers. we do a bit boring but all genres. we like to think we are beyonce and the babies sleep —— we do are beyonce and the babies sleep —— wedoa hello, this is breakfast are beyonce and the babies sleep —— we do a bit of ballroom. it is just about joy and that with ben thompson and rachel burden. we do a bit of ballroom. it is just aboutjoy and that is the thing. finding thejoy, good morning. aboutjoy and that is the thing. finding the joy, what a lovely here's a summary of today's main message to finish on as we sit in stories from bbc news: a british man has been killed front of the christmas tree. thank and his son injured after being shot during a suspected you so much. beth, nikki and kirsty, robbery in argentina. have a wonderful christmas. the men, aged 50 and 28, were injured as they fought back that's all from us for today. against a pair of robbers breakfast will be back who ambushed them outside tomorrow from six. a five—star hotel in buenos aires. have a good day. bye bye. police are reportedly investigating whether it was a random attack,
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or if their taxi had been tailed from the airport. jeremy corbyn has apologised for his part in labour's worst general election defeat since the 19305. immediately after the vote, he faced criticism for not saying sorry to labour mp's who'd lost their seats. but in a letter in the sunday mirror, he says he takes responsibility and that his party "came up short". rail passengers are being advised to check train times before they travel today, as major timetable changes are introduced. rail companies say journey times will be shorter, this is bbc news. services made more frequent, i'm ben brown. the headlines at nine. and new routes added. jeremy corbyn apologises for his part in labour's performance but a chaotic timetable change last year has prompted concerns at the general election — the party's worst over potential disruption. defeat since the 19305. as boris johnson prepares for thurday‘s queen speech, the government is to enshrine in law, a commitment to raise some cracking matches coming up in spending on the nhs in england. the foot well. yesterday, liverpool,
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a british man has been killed they just do not and his son wounded, the foot well. yesterday, liverpool, theyjust do not know how to lose. after being shot during a suspected robbery, outside a five—star the problem for them is they have hotel in buenos aires. such a busy december so right now, the death toll from new zealand's you can plop and his men will be white island volcano eruption rises to 18, boarding a flight to cater for the after an australian dies in hospital — 20 survivors remain clu b world boarding a flight to cater for the club world cup. next week the quarter—final of the legs cup as in critical condition. well. —— league cup stop negotiators work through the night at un climate talks in madrid as far as the premier league's concerned, liverpool are dominating — they're now 10 points clear after their 2—0 win over watford. mo salah scored both goals forjurgen klopp's side, including this cheeky backheel for his second. it means liverpool remain unbeaten in the league since earlyjanuary. december, january, other months where you have to show resilient and the boys did that again. against the tea m the boys did that again. against the team who obviously found an organisation. the fountain
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organisation. the fountain organisation which caused other teams problems as well. it means liverpool have extended their lead over leicester who dropped points at home to norwich. after teemu pukki shocked leicester with the opening goal, their lead only lasted 12 minutes. jamie vardy thought he'd got the equaliser — it would've been his 17th goal in all competitions this season! but in the end it went down as an own goal after keeper tim krul pushed it into his own net. there was a surprise win for bournemouth who beat chelsea 1—0 at stamford bridge. dan gosling's 84th minute goal was awarded by var, giving the cherries their first league win since early november. details of all yesterday's results are over on the bbc sport website. as mentioned, next for liverpool is the club world cup in qatar and their opponents on wednesday will be mexico's concacaf champions league winners monterray. they beat qatari side al sadd 3—2 in their quarterfinal.
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their opening goal though — take a look at this. an absolute rocket from leonel vangioni. hard to imagine there'll be a better goal than that during the tournament. in the scottish premiership, leaders celtic host hibs later, while rangers — who arejust two points behind — are at motherwell. aberdeen have moved up to third after a one nil home win over hamilton accies. sam cosgrove with the winning goal, and it means hamilton are bottom. elsewhere there were wins for ross county, stjohnstone while st mirren and livingstone played out a 3—3 draw. saracens' champions cup win over munster was marred by a brawl involving almost 30 players. sarries head coach mark mccall claimed a comment to their hooker jamie george prompted the fight while munster say they don't know what caused it. the english side's15—6 victory though means that their defence of the title is still alive and they can still make the quarterfinals.
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meanwhile leinster have qualified for the quarter finals of rugby union's champions cup. they thrashed english premiership leaders northampton saints by 50 points to 21. leinster ran in seven tries in total as they qualified with two matches to spare. elsewhere there were defeats for both glasgow and gloucester. holly, thank you for now. and we're here in the bbc news channel nine a.m.. this is where we say goodbye to viewers on bbc one. goodbye! thanks for staying with us. 0r indeed, turning over. they should say, it is a mostly politics free zone on the programme. before andrew marr. before andrew marr. but if you
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just want something more chilled out, stay with us. we have a lovely mix of stories for you. including this one, this story starts back in 1939. a young jewish man flees nazi germany, and when he arrives in england he watches leeds united. now the 99—year—old has been honoured in a special pitch ceremony. i arrived in leeds at lunchtime on a saturday and went straight to elland road, before we went home. so that was my first match. heinz was a season ticket holder for decades. the club has just celebrated
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its centenary and heinz marks his 100 birthday in february. at yesterday's match against cardiff, he was presented with a personalised shirt and scarf in a pitchside ceremony. how do you feel to be here today? cold! they're doing better than they used to. we want them up in the first division. heinz‘s story is remarkable. 0n the ninth of november 1938, his father was one of 30,000 jewish men and boys who were arrested and sent to concentration camps. the evening was known as kristallnacht, the night of the broken glass, because hundreds of synagogues were burnt and businesses destroyed. the smoke from the burning synagogues and people were arrested, frogmarched through the street. and of course, they came for me as well but i was not there. heinz avaded the nazis that night by hiding on a bench in a park
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and escaped to leeds a few months later. heinz and his brother eventually helped thei parents escape nazi germany too, but they did lose other family in the holocaust. heinz became a citizen two years after the end of the war and has supported his local football club ever since. i feel very proud that he has been honoured and the club have done him proud and hopefully he has done the club proud. i absolutely love that story. after three months of sequins, fake tans and inevitable ballroom drama, strictly come dancing finally has a new champion. former emmerdale actor kelvin fletcher, who was only drafted onto the show as a last—minute replacement, lifted the glitterball trophy with his partner 0ti. let's take a look back
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at how they got there. it feels like a lifetime ago. the lights were on, the music was pumping. that is one think for the records, opening the season.” absolutely loved that first dance. it was absolutely off the charge. nothing can fully prepared to get judged for the first time. you have to stand there and smile and nod.” have to say, you have a great potential. this series has probably the most enjoyable, the most competitive. this standard of dancing has been phenomenal. watching emma, i definitely believe she belongs in the final. karim zeroual delivered the charleston that was off the charts. you need to
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be precise and he was. my eyes could not believe it. week after week he comes back stronger, better, more technical. the strictly come dancing champions are... kelvin and 0ti! cheering and applause. how incredible was that and what a journey as well. we're joined now by strictly superfans nikki, beth and kirsty. good morning. let me start with you. what did you make of it, did the right people when? yes and no. i have been a really big emma fan because i think she had so muchjoy for it. she felt like us, as if we we re for it. she felt like us, as if we were that dancing but his routines we re were that dancing but his routines were incredible. lots of tears in
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our house last night.” were incredible. lots of tears in our house last night. i know you we re our house last night. i know you were supporting kelvin and 0ti. he has been so consistent. he took eve ryo ne has been so consistent. he took everyone by surprise. for me, i have known of kelvin saint he was on tv and he has kids as well. he was absolutely brilliant and i cannot believe how good he from the off. the show dance was a proper show dates because it had the lifts and the treats. he did the crazyjumpy stuff that he does. he is phenomenally strong. that is what ben does every morning! laughter. what about karim. i thought his show
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dance was beautiful. he was consistent throughout. he has improved but he has been on point throughout. the speed and accuracy of his feet. it is extraordinary. but then he has youth on his side. we do this every hour, ten weeks ago, 12 weeks, when it started, who are these people and then suddenly we feel is that we know absolutely everything and they are family. and the progress they have made, especially kelvin, seeing him last night, the impact that 0ti mabuse made was unbelievable. oti is extraordinary and popular with the public. they are responsible for the choreography as well and the kind of
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patients required to teach someone. it is anything that is what makes the show so joyful. it is anything that is what makes the show sojoyful. it is about confidence. emma was a favourite of mine because you could see the week when a light switch went on. she forgot about being judged and loved it and started to enjoy it and the moment they do that it makes it easier for the professionals. giovanni, for me, the vogue routine... why do you think that saw her knocked off the show? the message was not received. she was brilliant. i was devastated when she went. it would have been brilliant to see her there. when you look to
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the original line—up, did you call who you thought was going to be in the final or were you surprised given what you saw in week one? we we re given what you saw in week one? we were together and watched it with our husbands. messages about outfits so we our husbands. messages about outfits so we worked together and i for some reason said emma and chris. i thought emma had potential and chris was a likeable character. michelle, for me, her attitude and giovanni's choreography. it was incredible. you really noticed that with your professional eye. anton du buke, king of the ballroom, a rumour he might be tweeting this year. do you think it is time for him to go? he has been there a long time. he has
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two little ones, twins and i think he probably wants to be around a bit. long days, it must be hard. a lot of time dedicated to the training. buti lot of time dedicated to the training. but i do like watching him so training. but i do like watching him soi training. but i do like watching him so i would miss him if you went. i am gutted he didn't get a win. he has been in the final before but it would have been nice if it is going to be his last one. how well did our mike do? he has had the best time. he absolutely loved it. it is still on cloud nine? he will thank us for showing this outfit. they were audible tasks. —— gasps people thought he was going to drop on the head. the first week was so strong,
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that second week you could see the nerves and being in the studio, they we re nerves and being in the studio, they were so nervous nerves and being in the studio, they were so nervous going into each dance and there was a momentjust before the cameras go on, you could see them all not looking at the audience. it was so entertaining to watch. she is phenomenal, and the things she allows her partner to do... it's fantastic to have you here, we are going to talk later. go have a cuppa. thank you, we will talk later. it's 7:45am. chris, it's a bit wet, windy and wild? indeed. we have a day with blustery showers coming across the country. the last time we've seen some of those i was fault was say, for example in paris.
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lancashire saw some snow and the pennines, the trossachs and the solvent over lands, so an icy start today. there is all of the showery cloud that has been working on overnight, but spilling out into the atla ntic overnight, but spilling out into the atlantic a bit you can see the next raft of cloud is waiting to put in, andindeed raft of cloud is waiting to put in, and indeed that is on its way. it's bringing some heavy downpour is already through the bristol channel. they will be extending into the south midlands, south—west england, and parts of wales stop an icy sta rts and parts of wales stop an icy starts of the day. as we go through the day it is a day of sunshine and blustery showers. some of us will mist the showers altogether. some areas of eastern england, around lincolnshire, you may dodge the downpours. but for southern and western england, as well as scotland as well, showers. 0vernight the south—westerly winds continue to
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blow showers in that across england and was. it is not particularly cold here on account of those brisk winds, temperatures that we the far north of england, northern ireland and scotland will be cold enough with touches of rust here. that ta kes with touches of rust here. that takes us into the new working week. looking ahead we are looking at the showery theme continuing for at least another day or two. it turns milder on wednesday but with rain later in the week. monday, another day of sunshine and showers. the winds i'm going to be as strong as they have been. so is probably less frequent. there will be more sunshine to go around. the exactions of the themes across western scotla nd of the themes across western scotland whether showers may merge to give some lengthier downpours. notice light on the charts here. 0ver notice light on the charts here. over the high ground, it will be cold enough for snow. monday evening, monday night and into tuesday we will see this area of the pressure put rain into some central and eastern areas of england. so these areas look quite wet on tuesday, but otherwise it's a familiar mix of sunshine and
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showers, but far fewer showers than we have seen showers, but far fewer showers than we have seen over recent showers, but far fewer showers than we have seen over recent days. a bit more sunshine but it is going to be cold for most of us, and pictures struggling at 4— five celsius, 89 with a cloud and rain moving into east anglia and the south—east. yonder, wednesday looks like a dry day for most of us, but later in the week it does turn milder, we will see those temperatures pushing back into double figures. 12 in london by thursday. with that change to milder outcomes cloud and rain and most of us outcomes cloud and rain and most of us will see a wet end to the week. that's your latest weather. back you two. it's cold. freezing. well, we will have the headlines at 8am. travel show now. this week on the travel show: i'm in the uk to see up close how one of the nation's most iconic landmarks is getting a much—needed facelift. 0oh! oh my very word. look at that!
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before i head east to norfolk‘s thursford spectacular, putting my feet to the test at britain's biggest christmas show. we're starting this week right in the middle of london, and inside the landmark that for generations has been notjust a source of beauty but of power, too. the palace of westminster was first built in 1016, but until the 19th century, it looked very different. a massive fire and a victorian rebuild created the gothic spires that have made the building famous. but the building is falling apart. crumbling plasterwork is riddled with asbestos and even in the chamber itself, the inner sanctum of british lawmaking, there are leaks. the palace of westminster has been a unesco world heritage site since 1987, and in 2015, a joint committee determined that the longer essential works were put off, the higher the risk the building could suffer a sudden
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catastrophic failure. one of the most famous parts of the whole site is the elizabeth tower, which contains big ben — a bell, not a clock, as many think. shutterbugs coming here on holiday will have been disappointed for the past two years as the whole thing has been encased in scaffolding. restoring it has been a colossaljob. we're going over the top of portcullis house and when we get to level 25 of the scaffold, which is about 50 metres up, you go past the clock faces. oh, my very word! look at that! it's enormous! how big is that? so, that's aboutjust over eight metres in diameter. you can drive a double—decker bus through it. that is the statistic. was it originally natural stone? yes, yeah, it was, exactly.. and we found, as we were did a paint analysis of the dial frame itself,
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we went back through the colours and we found that this was the blue that was the original colour. and we carried out extensive repairs, we're about halfway through those as well. so has it been a straightforward process? did they leave instructions on how to fix this thing? no, i mean, obviously no instructions. i think the team that i feel particularly for are the clock mechanics who have taken apart the mechanism for the first time in its history and now have to put it all back together, and there are an awful lot of pieces that need to go back together. they are phenomenally talented guys, so i have got no doubt that they will do it and do it very well. butjust behind the clock face lies the main event — the enormous chunk of cast—iron i'm up here to see. i guess that's it! that is big ben, yeah. he is enormous. the name is apt. the bell is 13 tons in weight, which is phenomenal. i mean, you can feel the thickness of it, actually. oh, i would love to.
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it's so thick. you can't even appreciate looking at it from the outside. that is... 12 inches, maybe. maybe slightly more. that is an impressive bell. in the past, you have only been allowed up into the tower by contacting your mp, and only if you are a uk resident. the powers that be have not yet decided if they will be relaxing those rules when it reopens. as they come up the top of the stairs, the existing spiral stair, there will be a glass box, and just above you will be the quarter bell, so it will be a really interesting viewpoint and one that will probably scare a few people, actually. but then you can also see up to big ben which previously, there was an old brick structure which wasn't particularly impressive, so we replaced it. it kinda gives you that visibility of big ben as you come to the top, it will be a real wow moment for the people who come up the stairs. restoration on the tower is set to continue until 2021, and the palace of westminster, years after that.
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but it has been such a privilege to come up here and see this up close and i cannot wait for the scaffolding to come down, for all to be revealed, and for everyone to get the chance to see it, too. but in the meantime, limited because of the houses of parliament, back on the ground, are still available for visitors from around the world. now i'm heading 130 miles east, to norfolk. this part of the country is known for its beautiful countryside, but as the winter chill draws on, it is the tiny village of thursford, which since 1977, has made christmas special for over 6 million people. # let the drums roll out. # let the trumpet call. # while the people shout. # strike up the band. with 2,000 pompoms and 1.5 million rhinestones, this is a show to remember
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for the 110,000 people who come here during the festive season. now in its 43rd year, this family—run production was started as one man's vision. it's a journey to christmas eve, basically, in music, song, and dance. but through its popularity through the years, it's had to come forward. so now it starts on november 6. it is basically a non—stop extravaganza of music, dance, and song. i had a friend in king's college cambridge who was one of the king's college choral scholars, which was a scoop for norfolk at the time. and just 400—500 people turned up. but it was just in the middle of this building here. so it started with one show, then went to two, then four, then eight, 16, and so on. the show still takes place injohn's converted farmyard barn and he begins preparing its christmas show injanuary.
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this year, over 3,000 west end and broadway artists auditioned to be part of the company of over 120 performers. and, today, i'm going to bejoining them for the big finale. but first, a crash course in learning my steps. claps to the front, one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight. hands, hands, bow, stand left foot. one, two, three, four, five... and then make your way back out. 0k. cool thank you so much for teaching me. i hope i don't cause any disruption later. you were great! no worries. you'll be great. what is it like for you to perform in a show like this? it is a little bit different, isn't it? it's very different. it is not like any other show. i'm one of the singers in the show. i did the show last year and fell in love with it. so i'm back this year. it's just such a variety.
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isn't it? even as a singer, i do lots of musical theatre stuff, but this has lots of classical in there as well. so it's nice to get that kind of mixture. one thing that is incredible is we are celebrating christmas for two months every day. yeah! you would think it would get a little tedious, but it doesn't. because every show, we have 1,400 people watching and they are all there to celebrate christmas and it's just amazing to do shows every day, twice a day. bagpipes skirl. applause. and so, with backstage buzzing, this afternoon's christmas spectacular is about to start. # i've been dreaming of christmastime. # every day through the year. # trees shine in every window.
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# children all dream of reindeer hoof prints in the snow. # i've been longing for christmastime. # when hearts are warm and filled with joy. # there's love for all to share. # as gifts... this is suzy. my secret changing room! she is going to help me get into my costume. # the best time of the year...
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i have to go onstage now. let's hope i remember my steps. applause. 01:28:18,564 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 music plays.
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