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i'm -- we don't need that e5!!! i'm -- we don't need that -la er. the don't _ i'm -- we don't need that player. they don't need _ _ i'm -- we don't need that player. they don't need that - _ i'm -- we don't need that player. they don't need that much l player. they don't need that much time to prep. you're ready to go. iis time to prep. you're ready to go. is there a clear contender for you at there a clear contender for you at the moment? a lot of the mood music seems to be tipping towards this fellow welshman.— seems to be tipping towards this fellow welshman. �* .., , ~ fellow welshman. because i think the three seconds... _ fellow welshman. because i think the three seconds... of _ fellow welshman. because i think the three seconds... of course, _ fellow welshman. because i think the three seconds... of course, he'd - fellow welshman. because i think the three seconds... of course, he'd be l three seconds... of course, he'd be great. but i think we don't want to put too much pressure on someone to make the test. i just think... put too much pressure on someone to make the test. ijust think... you want to give those boys every opportunity. but out of those, he's
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beenin opportunity. but out of those, he's been in england camp for the last four years. been in england camp for the last fouryears. i been in england camp for the last four years. i know four years of experience six nations, itjust suits him. i've gone back and forth. now we're getting closer. i follow him into battle. the now we're getting closer. i follow him into battle.— him into battle. the lions tour starts in july. _ him into battle. the lions tour starts in july, as _ him into battle. the lions tour starts in july, as a _ him into battle. the lions tour starts in july, as a course - him into battle. the lions tour starts in july, as a course to i him into battle. the lions tourl starts in july, as a course to the starts injuly, as a course to the olympics. the olympics will remain a protest—free zone after the international olympic committee ruled its ban on demonstrations will stay. the ioc said nearly 70% of the athletes it asked wanted podiums and the field of play to remain neutral. it means gestures like taking the knee will not be allowed, and could even be punished. critics say human rights, such as the right to protest, should be embedded in the olympic movement. earlier, i spoke to cara o'donovan, irish karate athlete and
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world champion kickboxer. she speaks on behalf of global athletes, set up to represent athletes, set up to represent athletes and world sport of. you can't redefine _ athletes and world sport of. wm. can't redefine human rights with survey �*s, that's not how it works. there is a universal declaration of human rights which give everybody freeze and of expression rights, and that includes athletes. while i understand what they're saying and the reason behind this, that shouldn't even be in the discussion. it shouldn't. .. shouldn't even be in the discussion. it shouldn't... human rights are there for a very important reason and sport shouldn't get a say in what athletes have. i and sport shouldn't get a say in what athletes have.— and sport shouldn't get a say in what athletes have. i guess they could say that _ what athletes have. i guess they could say that the _ what athletes have. i guess they could say that the athletes - what athletes have. i guess they could say that the athletes have| could say that the athletes have massive global podiums elsewhere in order to express their opinion and to protest, butjust not at that
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particular moment and not on an olympic field. particular moment and not on an olympic field-— olympic field. olympics are still dictatin: olympic field. olympics are still dictating what _ olympic field. olympics are still dictating what and _ olympic field. olympics are still dictating what and when - olympic field. olympics are still| dictating what and when athletes olympic field. olympics are still- dictating what and when athletes can speak and how they can speak, and that's just not good enough. we all know that while there are plenty of opportunities like social media to make a protest or make a point and what you believe in, the olympic podium is the one place where all eyes are on athletes and it's a real opportunity to make your case around social justice opportunity to make your case around socialjustice issues. to take that away is a huge opportunity for raising awareness on issues. ultimately, it shouldn't be about dictating where you can say what you want to say. it's a case of athletes having that right and their human rights should be just given. i'm strong—willed dealt —— surprise i'm
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having this conversation in 2021. she was great britain's first black female olympian, yet anita neil says her achievement has been ignored and forgotten. she competed at two olympics in 1968 and 1972 and also helped break a world record. but she's never been given any recognition by british athletics or team gb and feels she's been consigned to history. this from james burridge. anita neilflicking anita neil flicking through the photo albums reflecting on a life in the fast lane. one of the finest sprinters of her generation, whose love of athletics was fired by a pistol on a school sportsday aged eight. pistol on a school sportsday aged eiaht. ., ' �* eight. the gun went off, i've never heard a starting _ eight. the gun went off, i've never heard a starting pistol— eight. the gun went off, i've never heard a starting pistol before. - eight. the gun went off, i've never heard a starting pistol before. i - heard a starting pistol before. i ran so fast, i was ahead of everyone. i couldn't see anybody so i turned around. all of a sudden, one little girl overtook me and picked me up the post. after that, i didn't turn around on a race again.
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from then on, i run every single sprint race throughout my school years. sprint race throughout my school ears. , ~ ., . ., years. run by anita neil... record of 10.6. years. run by anita neil... record of 10-6- i— years. run by anita neil... record oin-g- iwas— years. run by anita neil... record of 10.6. i was beating _ years. run by anita neil... record of 10.6. i was beating everybody l years. run by anita neil... record| of 10.6. i was beating everybody in the county- — of10.6. i was beating everybody in the county- i— of 10.6. i was beating everybody in the county. i thought _ of 10.6. i was beating everybody in the county. i thought i _ of 10.6. i was beating everybody in the county. i thought i want - of 10.6. i was beating everybody in the county. i thought i want to - of 10.6. i was beating everybody in the county. i thought i want to go i the county. i thought i want to go to the olympic games. i want to do that. and i did it. tell to the olympic games. i want to do that. and | did it.— to the olympic games. i want to do that. and i did it.— that. and i did it. tell me what it was like competing _ that. and i did it. tell me what it was like competing is _ that. and i did it. tell me what it was like competing is the - that. and i did it. tell me what it was like competing is the first i was like competing is the first female black athlete at your first olympics in 68. it female black athlete at your first olympics in 6&— female black athlete at your first olympics in 68. it was awesome, surreal, olympics in 68. it was awesome, surreal. to _ olympics in 68. it was awesome, surreal, to see _ olympics in 68. it was awesome, surreal, to see all— olympics in 68. it was awesome, surreal, to see all those - olympics in 68. it was awesome, surreal, to see all those famousl surreal, to see all those famous people out there. i was starstruck, actually. in the atmosphere, the crowds, it was fabulous.- actually. in the atmosphere, the crowds, it was fabulous. anita was back hungry _ crowds, it was fabulous. anita was back hungry for — crowds, it was fabulous. anita was back hungry for more _ crowds, it was fabulous. anita was back hungry for more than - crowds, it was fabulous. anita was back hungry for more than four- crowds, it was fabulous. anita was i back hungry for more than four years later at the munich olympics, reaching the final of the sprint relay once again. she went on to help break the world record, but all along, the struggle to make it was real. my along, the struggle to make it was real. ~ , along, the struggle to make it was real. y , ., , real. my mum brought up five children on — real. my mum brought up five children on her— real. my mum brought up five children on her own. - real. my mum brought up five children on her own. i- real. my mum brought up five children on her own. i started|
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real. my mum brought up five i children on her own. i started off at 15 and was working at a factory for five years. my first tracksuit was bought by the teachers because my mum couldn't afford them. did she ever tell you — my mum couldn't afford them. did she ever tell you how _ my mum couldn't afford them. did she ever tell you how proud _ my mum couldn't afford them. did she ever tell you how proud she _ my mum couldn't afford them. did she ever tell you how proud she was - my mum couldn't afford them. did she ever tell you how proud she was of- ever tell you how proud she was of you? ever tell you how proud she was of ou? , ., , ,., ever tell you how proud she was of ou? , ., , , ., , ., ever tell you how proud she was of ou? , ., , ,., , ., ~ you? oh, she was so proud. and the neighbours — you? oh, she was so proud. and the neighbours at _ you? oh, she was so proud. and the neighbours at that _ you? oh, she was so proud. and the neighbours at that time, _ you? oh, she was so proud. and the neighbours at that time, everybody l neighbours at that time, everybody was so proud. neighbours at that time, everybody was so proud-— was so proud. people used a crowd toaether was so proud. people used a crowd together in — was so proud. people used a crowd together in houses _ was so proud. people used a crowd together in houses to _ was so proud. people used a crowd together in houses to watch - was so proud. people used a crowd together in houses to watch and i together in houses to watch and cheer_ together in houses to watch and cheer her— together in houses to watch and cheer her on. it was wonderful. there _ cheer her on. it was wonderful. there should be somewhere recorded that what— there should be somewhere recorded that what she's done, what she achieved, — that what she's done, what she achieved, and they forgot who was the original. do achieved, and they forgot who was the original-— achieved, and they forgot who was the oriuinal. ,, ., ., the original. do you feel forgotten? ianored? i the original. do you feel forgotten? ignored? i just _ the original. do you feel forgotten? ignored? i just didn't _ the original. do you feel forgotten? ignored? ijust didn't bother. i the original. do you feel forgotten? ignored? ijust didn't bother. who | ignored? i “ust didn't bother. who didn't ignored? ijust didn't bother. who didn't bother? _ ignored? ijust didn't bother. who didn't bother? everyone. - ignored? ijust didn't bother. who didn't bother? everyone. it's- ignored? ijust didn't bother. who| didn't bother? everyone. it's taken him so long _ didn't bother? everyone. it's taken him so long to _ didn't bother? everyone. it's taken him so long to realise _ didn't bother? everyone. it's taken him so long to realise this. - didn't bother? everyone. it's taken him so long to realise this. so i didn't bother? everyone. it's taken. him so long to realise this. so many people just don't ask me questions of what i did when they know what i've done. share of what i did when they know what
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i've done. . i. of what i did when they know what i've done. �* ,, ., , _ of what i did when they know what i'vedone.�* �* of what i did when they know what i'vedone.�* ., , _ �* ., i've done. are you happy you're no loner i've done. are you happy you're no longer forgotten? _ i've done. are you happy you're no longer forgotten? it's _ i've done. are you happy you're no longer forgotten? it's lovely. i i've done. are you happy you're no longer forgotten? it's lovely. both| longer forgotten? it's lovely. both the british olympic— longer forgotten? it's lovely. both the british olympic association i longer forgotten? it's lovely. both | the british olympic association and british athletics have now been in touch with anita. hopefully her achievement will finally be recognised. james burridge, bbc news. good luck to anita. now, football's had a lot of bad press this week, but remember we've seen clubs take the lead on all sorts of social issues — keeping children active, providing meals in communities, tackling racism and homophobia. another challenge for them to take on is climate change. one of the first to step up to the plate is non—league side hanwell town, who have signed up to the un sport for climate action agreement, and are proving you don't need to be a european superleague candidates to make a difference. climate change, an issue on a global scale. something some could find two daunting, but not this non—league side. we daunting, but not this non-league side. ~ ., ., , ., daunting, but not this non-league side. ., ., ., ., side. we want to show that what you don't need to — side. we want to show that what you don't need to be _ side. we want to show that what you
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don't need to be owned _ side. we want to show that what you don't need to be owned by _ side. we want to show that what you don't need to be owned by a - don't need to be owned by a billionaire to be able to have the resources or the initiative to be able to make a difference. this ear, able to make a difference. this year. hanwell— able to make a difference. this year, hanwell town _ able to make a difference. this year, hanwell town decided to sign up year, hanwell town decided to sign up for the united nations export for climate action framework, an initiative to try to help sport become carbon neutral. theyjoin the lights of forest green rovers, as well as premier league sites including arsenal and tottenham. but playing in the league south central division, they are one of the first at their level. l division, they are one of the first at their level.— at their level. i think it's something _ at their level. i think it's something that - at their level. i think it's something that a - at their level. i think it's something that a lot i at their level. i think it's something that a lot of. at their level. i think it's i something that a lot of fans increasingly so want to see clubs taking this role and clubs being proactive in tackling climate change and becoming more sustainable. i think people will want to see their own values reflected in what their football club is doing. once the next season begins and whenever that may be, fans a start to come back to the ground, the match they experience will be quite different
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and a more sustainable experience. we recently did a survey on twitter and found that almost a quarter of fans would want vegetarian or vegan options on the menu, which is something we didn't have an awareness of before. idruiith something we didn't have an awareness of before. with the su ort awareness of before. with the support of _ awareness of before. with the support of their _ awareness of before. with the support of their board, - awareness of before. with the support of their board, the i awareness of before. with the | support of their board, the club awareness of before. with the i support of their board, the club has already been getting to work on projects, including upgrading their pitch irrigation system to premier league standard.— pitch irrigation system to premier league standard. they're setting the club u- to league standard. they're setting the club up to be — league standard. they're setting the club up to be able _ league standard. they're setting the club up to be able to _ league standard. they're setting the club up to be able to adapt _ league standard. they're setting the club up to be able to adapt and i league standard. they're setting the club up to be able to adapt and be i club up to be able to adapt and be more resilient to extreme weather events. that's a real issue for all football clubs. extreme weather events are increasingly becoming an issue and something that is leading to more and more postponements and cancellations of. like to more and more postponements and cancellations of.— cancellations of. like many of football over _ cancellations of. like many of football over the _ cancellations of. like many of football over the past - cancellations of. like many of football over the past 12 i cancellations of. like many of i football over the past 12 months, hanwell town too have seen just how much of an impact football can have both in the community and globally. the role that football has played recently in tackling discrimination
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and inequality, football's such a powerful force in it and inequality, football's such a powerfulforce in it so embedded into the community. but this is such an important issue that football does need to become part of the solution to. does need to become part of the solution to-_ does need to become part of the solution to. whilst the team tries to take the _ solution to. whilst the team tries to take the lead _ solution to. whilst the team tries to take the lead on _ solution to. whilst the team tries to take the lead on the _ solution to. whilst the team tries to take the lead on the pitch, i to take the lead on the pitch, taking the lead in the fight against climate change off the pitch could be just as important. climate change off the pitch could bejust as important. nicola pearson, bbc news. he's the world class footballer who changed the government's mind about the importance of free school meals. now marcus rashford wants to help families with cheap and simple recipe ideas, in the hope that nobody "goes to bed hungry". he's teamed up with the michelin starred chef tom kerridge, and he's been speaking to sally nugent about the project. i remember coming to your house a year ago and asking for a cup of tea. i can remember you looking around for all the bits and pieces to make the cup of tea, and would you say that maybe the kitchen has
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not always been your favourite place? not always been your favourite lace? �* , ., not always been your favourite alace? �* , ., ., not always been your favourite alace? �*, ., ., �*, not always been your favourite lace? �*, ., ., �*, ., , place? it's not that it's not my favourite _ place? it's not that it's not my favourite place, _ place? it's not that it's not my favourite place, it's _ place? it's not that it's not my favourite place, it'sjust i place? it's not that it's not my favourite place, it's just that l place? it's not that it's not my i favourite place, it'sjust that it's favourite place, it's just that it's not my most familiar environment. but since then, i'm glad to say i've beenin but since then, i'm glad to say i've been in there a bit more and i've learned a few new skills. for me, it's just been a journey. learned a few new skills. for me, it'sjust been a journey.— it'sjust been a “ourney. also, i su ose it'sjust been a “ourney. also, i suppose a — it'sjust been a “ourney. also, i suppose a lot — it'sjust been a journey. also, i suppose a lot of _ it'sjust been a journey. also, i suppose a lot of it _ it'sjust been a journey. also, i suppose a lot of it is _ it'sjust been a journey. also, i suppose a lot of it is about i it'sjust been a journey. also, i i suppose a lot of it is about gaining confidence in the kitchen and gaining life skills.— confidence in the kitchen and gaining life skills. exactly, that's the end goal- — gaining life skills. exactly, that's the end goal. maybe _ gaining life skills. exactly, that's the end goal. maybe be - gaining life skills. exactly, that's the end goal. maybe be for i gaining life skills. exactly, that's the end goal. maybe be for an i the end goal. maybe be for an 11—year—old kid moving out of his ii—year—old kid moving out of his parents' home when he's 11—year—old kid moving out of his parents' home when he's 18 or 19 years old and coping for himself with affordable meals. less things to stress about because he's been doing it for five or six years. i always go back to my experiences. if i could literally go back as a kid, this is the thing i would learn.
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when i went home, i would've loved to be able to sit down and learn to cook. ., �* , .., ., 4' to be able to sit down and learn to cook. ., �* , _, ., ~' ., cook. you've been cooking with tom macmullen- — cook. you've been cooking with tom macmullen. what _ cook. you've been cooking with tom macmullen. what are _ cook. you've been cooking with tom macmullen. what are your _ cook. you've been cooking with tom macmullen. what are your favourite | macmullen. what are your favourite recipes so far? == macmullen. what are your favourite recipes so far?— macmullen. what are your favourite reci es so far? ., ~.,. ~ ~y recipes so far? -- tom macmullen. my favourite recipes _ recipes so far? -- tom macmullen. my favourite recipes are _ recipes so far? -- tom macmullen. my favourite recipes are hashbrowns i recipes so far? -- tom macmullen. my favourite recipes are hashbrowns and l favourite recipes are hashbrowns and kerridge stir—fried —— kerridge. it was actually really fun and it tasted all right. i would give it a seven out of ten if i can cook it properly it would be an eight. cook it properly it would be an eiaht. . , cook it properly it would be an eitht_ . , , cook it properly it would be an eitht. . , , ., cook it properly it would be an eitht. , , ., ., cook it properly it would be an eiaht. , , ., ., ., eight. marcus is wanting to learn life 's to gills _ eight. marcus is wanting to learn life 's to gills and _ eight. marcus is wanting to learn life 's to gills and new _ eight. marcus is wanting to learn life 's to gills and new things i eight. marcus is wanting to learn life 's to gills and new things to i life '5 to gills and new things to put together. for him personally —— life skills _ put together. for him personally —— life skills. we can share that to help— life skills. we can share that to help so— life skills. we can share that to help so many children learn a life skill which — help so many children learn a life skill which is cooking.— help so many children learn a life skill which is cooking. you're going to ut skill which is cooking. you're going to put these _ skill which is cooking. you're going to put these recipes _ skill which is cooking. you're going to put these recipes online, - skill which is cooking. you're going to put these recipes online, but i to put these recipes online, but also in supermarkets. why's that
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important? aha, also in supermarkets. why's that important?— also in supermarkets. why's that imortant? ., ., , �* important? a lot of the people we're t in: to important? a lot of the people we're trying to reach _ important? a lot of the people we're trying to reach don't _ important? a lot of the people we're trying to reach don't have _ important? a lot of the people we're trying to reach don't have access i important? a lot of the people we're trying to reach don't have access to l trying to reach don't have access to social media stuff like that, so the smartest way to do it was to make sure they're in local supermarkets of people go to every day. we want to make sure we're hitting the right people. we: to make sure we're hitting the right --eole. �* , ., to make sure we're hitting the right neale, �*, ., ., to make sure we're hitting the right --eole. v ., . to make sure we're hitting the right --eole. �*, ., ., ., to make sure we're hitting the right n-eole. �*, ., ., ., people. it's not all doom and gloom in football- — people. it's not all doom and gloom in football. thanks _ people. it's not all doom and gloom in football. thanks very _ people. it's not all doom and gloom in football. thanks very much i people. it's not all doom and gloom in football. thanks very much for. in football. thanks very much for watching, good night. hello. it may have been warm and in the sunshine today, it's another chilly night on the way. many of us, a risk of frost, looks to be coldest across parts of eastern england. —1i into the morning. some areas of cloud in the far northeast of scotland and the chance of a shower in the northern isles, still quite windy through the english channel and channel islands into southwest england. where tha wind is strongest, you will avoid frost but many of us will be at orjust below freezing. again, looks coldest into east england. but after that chilly start,
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temperatures rebound quickly tomorrow, plenty of sunshine again, a little hazy with high cloud here and there, still some cloud in the far northeast of scotland, and in the northern isles it may threaten a shower. still that brisk, gusty wind through the channel islands and into southwest england, where elsewhere the winds are light and in that strong sunshine it will feel warmer tomorrow and temperatures could be up to around 20 celsius in a few spots, gradually turning a little cooler and cloudier over the weekend.
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hello, i'm ros atkins. this is outside source. india is in the grip of a second wave of covid—19. it is running out of oxygen and medical supplies. l wave of covid—19. it is running out of oxygen and medical supplies. h mm of oxygen and medical supplies. i am feelin: of oxygen and medical supplies. i am feeling really — of oxygen and medical supplies. u—n feeling really helpless. people are trying to get medication and i'm saying no, no and no.— saying no, no and no. funeral arlors saying no, no and no. funeral parlors are — saying no, no and no. funeral parlors are being _ saying no, no and no. funeral parlors are being lit _ saying no, no and no. funeral parlors are being lit because i parlors are being lit because crematorium is our fall. parlors are being lit because crematorium is ourfall. we parlors are being lit because crematorium is our fall. we will speak to one photographer who took this picture. # a home to my lord and be free... inthe_ # a home to my lord and be free... inlhe us, _ # a home to my lord and be free... inlhe us, a— # a home to my lord and be free... in the us, a memorial service to daunte wright is under way in minneapolis. he was a 20—year—old african—american who is shot dead by
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a policewoman. here are

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