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celebrating bafta's most diverse group of nominations ever. this is rocks, the eponymous teenage protagonist who's trying to keep her inner—city london life together in a wonderfully observed drama that has bukky bakray up for a bafta best actress award, with rocks' friend, played by kosar ali, in the running for best supporting actress. the film is directed by sarah gavron, who could be a rare female best director winner. but first, she'll have to overcome the challenge from chloe zhao, whose film, nomadland, sees its star frances mcdormand up for best actress. riz ahmed is among those in the running for best actor for his portrayal of a drummer in a heavy rock band who suddenly loses his hearing. i'm not leaving my flat! anthony hopkins, another best actor nominee, is losing his mind in the father. i don't see your name in lights. it's a competitive category that could see chadwick boseman awarded
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a posthumous best actor bafta for his performance in ma rainey�*s black bottom. but i don't like grandma. alan kim would be a popular best supporting actor winner for playing a little boy with a heart condition in minari, in which a young korean family set up a small farm in america. you can murder a revolutionary, but you can't murder revolution! daniel kaluuya is also in the running for best supporting actorfor his portrayal of fred hampton, the chicago black panthers leader, injudas and the black messiah. co—star dominique fishback is up for best supporting actress. best film could be won by emerald fennell�*s a promising young woman, starring carey mulligan, or it could be aaron sorkin's the trial of the chicago 7, but the favourite for the prestigious award is nomadland. will gompertz, bbc news. now it's time for a look at the weather with nick miller. hello there. we've seen a lot of showers around today. they will be fading away overnight. they will linger for longer
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across the eastern side of the uk before skies tend to clear. could be some icy patches around overnight, not least because we've got some wetter weather coming into wales. could be some snow as well, and that will extend its way into the cotswolds. it won't be quite as cold as last night in northern ireland, but elsewhere, a widespread frost, lowest temperatures in the clearest skies in scotland and northern england. that wintry weather moves away from wales, briefly heads into southern england before the cloud breaks and we're left with some showers. most of the showers will be in northern ireland. a much drier, sunnier day, i think, for scotland, northern and eastern parts of england and into the midlands, and the temperatures will be a shade higher than they were today. it's still cold, though, and it will be a cold start again, i think, to tuesday. many places dry and sunny to begin with. a few showers arriving, though, in western scotland, northern ireland. another area that could see some showers, wales and into the midlands. many places will be dry, and those temperatures into double figures. hello. hello this is bbc news. the headlines:
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the duke of edinburgh's children pay tribute to their late father — after a private church service attended by members of the royal family: i think the way i would put it as we have lost almost the grandfather of the nation. and ifeel very sorry and supportive of my mother who is feeling it i think, probably more than ever buddy else. david cameron insists that he complied with the rules when lobbying the government on behalf of greensill capital one day more — lockdown easing in england will see outdoor hospitality, shops and hairdressers reopen tomorrow. in india — hospitals struggle to cope with the second wave of covid — and more than 150 thousand new cases in 2a hours
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that's it for me, sean will be here at the top of the hour. now on bbc news it's time for sportsday. ello and welcome to sportsday — i'm chetan pathak, coming up on tonight's programme: all to play for at the masters but canjustin rose mount a fightback at augusta? the comeback kings again — manchester united come from behind to beat tottenham and strengthen their hold on second place. and after five years away from rowing, it's a golden return for helen glover at the european championships. i was literally thinking of my going to make it on the track was met because i do it in training every day, butjust something about racing makes those come to the surface. i have squashed all of those.
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good evening, welcome to the programme. the final round is under way at augusta with the leaders teeing off in the next hour or so. england'sjustin rose no longer the man to catch, he's four shots behind hideki matsuyama who is on 11 under — as he looks to become the first japanese man to win a major. there'll be live commentary on bbc radio 5 live from eight o'clock, john murray is part of the team and joins me now. golf is huge injapan. but because of the covid protocols to him he's not playing a huge part and he is clearly enjoying his goal for that. welcome a final round of the masters for anyone who is vaguely interested in golf is one of the great they
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might see something they've never seen before, notjust the first japanese winner of the masters, but the first japanese man to win a major. which is golf mad and always has been, this is a massive deal potentially and you are absolutely right. i have seen many majors and many japanese right. i have seen many majors and manyjapanese players right. i have seen many majors and many japanese players and usually the travelling circus that is with them, and then the pressure from back home, there is great interest on the ground. it is a factor that four months of llama, that is not necessarily the case, but not many japanese supporters if any, journalist if any, are hoping to travel because of covid. on the ground and i got stuck, that particular pressure isn't perhaps as great as it might�*ve been. 50 particular pressure isn't perhaps as great as it might've been.- particular pressure isn't perhaps as great as it might've been. so far he has enjoyed — great as it might've been. so far he has enjoyed himself, _ great as it might've been. so far he has enjoyed himself, the _ great as it might've been. so far he j has enjoyed himself, the conditions yesterday help them out. he said once the wind calmed down, what is it looking like today? he once the wind calmed down, what is it looking like today?— it looking like today? he was like a man possessed _ it looking like today? he was like a man possessed when _ it looking like today? he was like a man possessed when he _ it looking like today? he was like a man possessed when he back- it looking like today? he was like a man possessed when he back onto | it looking like today? he was like a - man possessed when he back onto the course after the interruption of 77 minutes from the thunderstorm last night played superbly and got
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himself into the position he is in. the weather forecast for agusta for todayis the weather forecast for agusta for today is for it to be calm, sunny, warm spring day sold the conditions should be good for him, but the pressures of the final round of the masters have got to so many players over the years, so it's a question of whether he can hold out. justin as well, of whether he can hold out. justin as well. he _ of whether he can hold out. justin as well, he has _ of whether he can hold out. justin as well, he has been _ of whether he can hold out. justin as well, he has been a _ of whether he can hold out. justin as well, he has been a great - as well, he has been a great position as well eating after the opening round, and it hasn't happened with the green jacket. what does he have to do today? he has been so impressive, but it's about holding his nerve as well. i sensed a bit of tension that the stage of the career that he's out, there might not be too many more opportunities to get it done at the masters, but he got a major to his name. he is a us open champion, but he has not one for two years and his short game saved him and kept him in there in contention, but he has work to do, but at the same time, monster llama is not one for four years will
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stop there is so much in this tonight. it's going to be absolutely fascinating. 50 tonight. it's going to be absolutely fascinatina. ., , tonight. it's going to be absolutely fascinatina. . , , ., , ., fascinating. so many stories to follow, fascinating. so many stories to follow. we _ fascinating. so many stories to follow, we are _ fascinating. so many stories to follow, we are looking - fascinating. so many stories to follow, we are looking at - fascinating. so many stories to follow, we are looking at that i follow, we are looking at that leaderboard. we will bring it up shortly. you can see there as well, what a story, his first major. to further back from them of course of 2015 winner, who are you looking out for tonight? fine 2015 winner, who are you looking out for toniaht? ., ., , 2015 winner, who are you looking out for toniaht? ., . , ., for tonight? one of the many great thins of for tonight? one of the many great things of the _ for tonight? one of the many great things of the last _ for tonight? one of the many great things of the last day _ for tonight? one of the many great things of the last day of _ for tonight? one of the many great things of the last day of the - things of the last day of the masters is that they have set it up so that it is possible to make a charge. you will see that with where the holes are located and ifjordan speed or someone else can get into a position whereby they can really make a go and put themselves right into contention you see, that adds to the pressure as well if suddenly it has all changed and monster llama finds himself under pressure from those who are playing with him and indeed just ahead of them. a fascinating night ahead whichjohn murray which john murray will whichjohn murray will be a part of. things forjoining us over on bbc radio 5 live this evening. join them
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for that. that should be unmissable stop. moving on to football. manchester united have done it again after coming from behind to beat tottenham 2—1 in north london. the win strengthens united's hold on second place but leaves spurs six points adrift of the top four. adam wild was watching. the ship —— task at hand here may shape the task ahead. harry kane's future. what was the context within which they welcomed manchester united? the last thing they needed was to go behind. that was edison, absolutely convinced he had the opening goal. amidst the celebrations, spurs potter stations was this file in the build—up. the referee had a closer look and decided it was no goal. that was tougher united to swallow. it was about to get worse. he is fully recovered and ensured that the spurs
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were into the lead at the break. united would eventually get their goal. a volley again, this time, his shot was saved just into the path of bread. united level, and before long, they were ahead. the volley finally with the goal, a winter for united. mason greenwood made things entirely safe moments from the end. for tottenham, every defeat now comes with more questions. adam wild, bbc news. on loan from manchester united — jesse lingaard's brilliant form in a west ham shirt continues after his two goals helped them beat leicester city and move back into fourth place. they're nowjust a point behind leicester in third with champions league football next season very much a possiblilty asjoe wilson reports. at the london stadium, silence for the duke of edinburgh. then a thrilling football match about europe. was tampons my progress towards champions league qualification has been supercharged
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by one man. that's him. lester dreaming of offside here, jerrod bowen was on and guess who was alongside him? 2— 02 lynn guard. the move which brought westhampton a third was finished by bowen. lester had to respond but players were missing. hamza, james madison, dropped by the manager after covid breaches, lester described as extremely disappointing. lester did have you not show there. now, westhampton throw away another three goal lead, could they? and not show again. david told his players there was just one minute left. lester with just one goal behind and here is how close they came to an equaliser. joe wilson, bbc news. asjoe wilson reported there, leicester's preparations were hampered before the game as james maddison, hamza choudhury and ayoze perez were left out for breaching covid—i9 protocols. the team was poor for the first hour today and brendan rodgers didn't hold back afterwards.
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they are good boys. they are all good lads. i work closely with them, and there is no animosity, it's nothing like that, but we have a value to how we work on a daily basis and how we prepare for games. if anyone falls short of the then we have to move on without them. a huge result at the bottom of the premier league for newcastle as they won 2—1 at burnley. they came from behind — trailing with matej vydra scoring from close range for the home side. allan saint maximan inspired newcastle's comeback. he setupjacob murphy to fire them level before he finished off a fine solo effortjust five minutes later to lift steve bruce's side six points clear of fulham — with a game in hand. a thing of beauty! worth getting that dancing- — a thing of beauty! worth getting that dancing. good _ a thing of beauty! worth getting that dancing. good moves. - in the scottish premiership, the champions rangers are still on course to finish the season unbeaten and they're 100 per cent home record intact too after they beat hibernian at ibrox. joe aribo and ryan kent with the goals for steven gerrard's
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side who held on for a 2—1 win after kevin nisbet scored late on. time now for some of the day's other sport stories and... emily campbell claimed great britain's second gold at the european weightlifting championships in moscow. she won in the super heavyweight snatch, clean and duke and combined disciplines. she lifted a combined total of 276 kilograms to win the women's +87kg division. britain's haul of three medals is their best return at the competition since i9a8. toulose are through to the semi finals of the champions cup. they won 21—12 at clermont auvergne with all the points coming from the boot of romain n—tamack. elsewhere, bordeaux beat racing 92 by 2a points to 21 to claim their place in the last four. great britain's mark cavendish came fourth in the revised first stage of the tour of turkey. the organisers abandoned the planned stage after an unexpected snowstorm in the mountains and put on a short, flat race instead — won by dutch sprinter arvid de kline.
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after five years away from the sport, double olympic champion helen glover has marked her competitive return with a gold medal at the european rowing championships in italy. competing alongside team—mate polly swann in the women's pair, they held off a romanian charge in the final 200m to cross the line in first place. glover decided to make a comeback after spending time on a rowing machine during last year's first national lockdown. the mum of three says she's now setting her sights on becoming the first woman to make a british olympic rowing team after having children. one big gain is by doing this race, far, far more questions will have been asked just by doing one final stop next time i'm sat at the start line of a final, almost everything will be erased. i was thinking today, was literally thinking, am i going to make it on the track? and i
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do in training —— i can do in training every day, but something about racing puts those doubts to the surface. i've squashed all of those. i can move forward and be the athlete i know i am. i want to be the athlete i want to be as well. britain's sam bird continues to lead the formula e world championship — but couldn't add to his points total after crashing out on the final lap of race 2 at the rome e prix. bird was taken out by nick de vries on a chaotic final lap that had just resumed after a late safety car. belgium's stoffel vandoorne held off the challengers to claim his first win of the season. and finally in parts of the country today — the final day of championship cricket's opening round of fixtures was struck not by no—balls, but snowballs. a number of games were hit by the unseasonably wintry weather — including in manchester where lancashire's games with sussex ended in a draw. that didn't stop some of the sussex team getting in some extra fielding practice.
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that's all from sportsday.

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