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�* will learn will learn is �* will learn is that they are they will learn is that they are going — they will learn is that they are going somewhere. that it is not a cul-de-sac — going somewhere. that it is not a cul—de—sac. a penalty defeat does not mean — cul—de—sac. a penalty defeat does not mean that this is the end of the road _ not mean that this is the end of the road. actually, the world cup is coming — road. actually, the world cup is coming and it's not very far away next _ coming and it's not very far away next winter— coming and it's not very far away next winter and it is a team that will grow— next winter and it is a team that will grow and give opportunities to many— will grow and give opportunities to many people, he brings men, blends them _ many people, he brings men, blends them together and if you look at the english _ them together and if you look at the english bench, that is perhaps one of the _ english bench, that is perhaps one of the most talented benches and a national— of the most talented benches and a national team has ever had at the moment— national team has ever had at the moment and even with the world cup lloii'i moment and even with the world cup going on. _ moment and even with the world cup going on. if— moment and even with the world cup going on, if you look at teams around — going on, if you look at teams around the world, there are teams that they— around the world, there are teams that they can take on a claim to heat _ that they can take on a claim to beat them _ that they can take on a claim to beat them. yes, they were beaten by a more _ beat them. yes, they were beaten by a more experienced italian side, but led by— a more experienced italian side, but led by a _ a more experienced italian side, but led by a very— a more experienced italian side, but led by a very good manager and manchester city was led to the first premier— manchester city was led to the first premier league title and elsewhere, if youht _ premier league title and elsewhere, if you'd like, but we must recognise is that— if you'd like, but we must recognise is that the _ if you'd like, but we must recognise is that the defeat is sad, but it is not a _
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is that the defeat is sad, but it is not a disgrace. indeed. tony, there is a group of people involved in the game, very important in the game, much often reviled by fans, they are the football administrators. and sometimes it is the football in ministers who live there nerve. what do you think the fa has to take from this coachella i think the fa can for pre—good about it —— take from this? i for pre-good about it -- take from this? ~ �* for pre-good about it -- take from this? ~' ~ .. for pre-good about it -- take from this? ., �* ~~ , , this? i think the fa can feel pretty aood this? i think the fa can feel pretty good about _ this? i think the fa can feel pretty good about it- _ this? i think the fa can feel pretty good about it. england _ this? i think the fa can feel pretty good about it. england will - this? i think the fa can feel pretty good about it. england will be - this? i think the fa can feel pretty good about it. england will be in l this? i think the fa can feel pretty good about it. england will be in a i good about it. england will be in a position to win the 2020 euros and the 2022 world cup, and they are not far away from that, and england changed the way he did things at youth level. the development centre. and as a consequence, the young players are a more different kind of young player, a different style of
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young player, a different style of young player, a different style of young player in this country, so i think the fa will feel pretty pleased with themselves notwithstanding they lost in the finals of given england's record since 1966, adding to a final is a big achievement. no one wants to think that tonight, but it is, and with such a young team, it is an even more magnificent feet, sol think there is less that the the country can take away from it and lost look forward to. . mihir, let's talk about italy and their performance tonight. they clearly are well—placed now for the world cup next year, but it is an ageing team. today have a strategy for transition, ageing team. today have a strategy fortransition, do ageing team. today have a strategy for transition, do you think? —— have? if for transition, do you think? -- have? , ., ~' for transition, do you think? -- have? ~ . have? if you think about it, italians did _ have? if you think about it, italians did not _ have? if you think about it, italians did not make - have? if you think about it, italians did not make it - have? if you think about it, italians did not make it to l have? if you think about it, i italians did not make it to the have? if you think about it, - italians did not make it to the last world _ italians did not make it to the last world cub — italians did not make it to the last world cup. roberto mancini has had to rebuild _ world cup. roberto mancini has had to rebuild his team. 0ne remembers 66, i_ to rebuild his team. 0ne remembers 66, iwas— to rebuild his team. 0ne remembers 66, i was old enough to her memory
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66, i was old enough to her memory 66, the _ 66, i was old enough to her memory 66, the italians, when they got back home _ 66, the italians, when they got back home after— 66, the italians, when they got back home after the disastrous performance here were pelted by tomatoes and things like that. italy .oes tomatoes and things like that. italy goes through these phases. i was there _ goes through these phases. i was there irr— goes through these phases. i was there in berlin in 2006 when italy beat france in a penalty shoot—out, zinedine zidane getting sent off for headbutting somebody. their captain and great _ headbutting somebody. their captain and great defender chiellini will probably not be going to the world cup, probably not be going to the world cup. and _ probably not be going to the world cup, and italian football, in terms of what _ cup, and italian football, in terms of what they have achieved in the champions league and so on, they have _ champions league and so on, they have not— champions league and so on, they have not she very much, but mancini seems _ have not she very much, but mancini seems to— have not she very much, but mancini seems to have this nucleus of leadership around him, he has got a very consistent, again, a great player, — very consistent, again, a great player, and he seems to have the nucleus— player, and he seems to have the nucleus of— player, and he seems to have the nucleus of a — player, and he seems to have the nucleus of a team and a manager can take it _ nucleus of a team and a manager can take it forward, and italy will be in the _ take it forward, and italy will be in the road, a major step for england _ in the road, a major step for england and for the rest of the
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world — england and for the rest of the world. there's no about that. -- in the world — world. there's no about that. -- in the world cop _ world. there's no about that. -- in the world cop a — world. there's no about that. -- in the world cup a major. _ world. there's no about that. -- in the world cup a major. tony, - world. there's no about that. -- in the world cup a major. tony, your| the world cup a major. tony, your thoughts on that? the the world cup a ma'or. tony, your thoughts on that?— thoughts on that? the rock at the centre of the _ thoughts on that? the rock at the centre of the defence, _ thoughts on that? the rock at the centre of the defence, dealing - thoughts on that? the rock at the | centre of the defence, dealing and bonucci, probably will struck it down the —— chiellini and bonucci will struggle to get to the world cup. really, the style of play italy use relies on them to there, allowing the movement of full—backs, allowing the movement of full—backs, allowing the movement of full—backs, allowing the midfield to push up just because they use space so well, so that is something mancini is going to have to tinker with. i'm not as well—versed in up—and—coming italian centre—backs as some, but it think it is good to be a big, big problem for them. this might be the high watermark of this of italy players, and i think england's high watermark has yet to come. let’s players, and i think england's high watermark has yet to come. let's and
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on a more cheerful— watermark has yet to come. let's and on a more cheerful note, _ watermark has yet to come. let's and on a more cheerful note, if _ watermark has yet to come. let's and on a more cheerful note, if we - watermark has yet to come. let's and on a more cheerful note, if we can - on a more cheerful note, if we can come in terms of the england team. who are the players, you both think, i will start with you, tony, and then come to mihir, who have really shown in this, titian? we had established players like harry kane — he is older than the others, partly why he is captain, he brought that heft to the game — but equally we have got players who are playing at the highest level already. —— this competition. who has that potential here?— this competition. who has that otentialhere? , ., _ . potential here? obviously raheem sterlina potential here? obviously raheem sterling has _ potential here? obviously raheem sterling has the _ potential here? obviously raheem sterling has the ability _ potential here? obviously raheem sterling has the ability to - potential here? obviously raheem sterling has the ability to blossom| sterling has the ability to blossom and grow. he is going to be in the situation winning bell on door —— ballon d'ors next few seasons. phil foden, his time will come. you look at players like declan rice who
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played very well tonight stop i think right across the side, you can say if things go well and they avoid injury, they are gonna be there for five, six years, maybe seven or eight years, and go to another euro cycle and maybe another world cup cycle, so i think the potentialfor england and the possibility for england and the possibility for england is absently wonderful. mihir? i england is absently wonderful. mihir? ~' england is absently wonderful. mihir? ~ ,, , , mihir? i think sterling. his blossom has been there. _ mihir? i think sterling. his blossom has been there. i _ mihir? i think sterling. his blossom has been there. i think— mihir? i think sterling. his blossom has been there. i think saka - mihir? i think sterling. his blossom has been there. i think saka will. mihir? i think sterling. his blossom has been there. i think saka will be | has been there. i think saka will be a major— has been there. i think saka will be a major player. i think the way he played _ a major player. i think the way he played in — a major player. i think the way he played in some of the matches was quite _ played in some of the matches was quite brilliant — not today. i know it was— quite brilliant — not today. i know it was version of it and he nearly -ot it was version of it and he nearly got away— it was version of it and he nearly got away once and chiellini had to dra- got away once and chiellini had to drag him — got away once and chiellini had to drag him back, as if he was on a leash— drag him back, as if he was on a leash or— drag him back, as if he was on a leash or something like that, and i think— leash or something like that, and i think the _ leash or something like that, and i think the other player who shined prudently, and i think i shall leadership, potential leadership
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qualities, is pickford. differed again. — qualities, is pickford. differed again, when he was playing in last premier— again, when he was playing in last premier league season, he was being berated _ premier league season, he was being berated by— premier league season, he was being berated by his manager, first goalkeeping, but pickford throughout this tournament has been absolutely brilliant _ this tournament has been absolutely brilliant and he made two penalty safes _ brilliant and he made two penalty safes today, and the way he directs his team _ safes today, and the way he directs his team from the back, he is the leader— his team from the back, he is the leader and — his team from the back, he is the leader and leading in the front —— kane _ leader and leading in the front —— kane is _ leader and leading in the front —— kane is the — leader and leading in the front —— kane is the leader in the front and pickford _ kane is the leader in the front and pickford has emerged as a leader in the back _ pickford has emerged as a leader in the back. and of course maguire played _ the back. and of course maguire played very well, but he is established. he played very well, but he is established.— played very well, but he is established. . , ., . established. he has done that in s le, established. he has done that in style. and _ established. he has done that in style. and again _ established. he has done that in style, and again tonight - established. he has done that in style, and again tonight with - established. he has done that in i style, and again tonight with those couple of her markable saves during the course of the match. mihir bose, tony evans, thank you very much for being with us at the end of the next ordinary night and an extraordinary euro 2020, titian —— an extraordinary night. euro 2020
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competition. i am sorry we did not have papers to talk about! let me bring you some pictures from rome and that you know about it tweet the duke of cambridge is put out on his social media feed, describing tonight as part breaking but telling the team, you've got to hold your heads high and be proud of yourselves. and the contrast on wembley way, which would have been a scene of such euphoria tonight if the result had gone the other way, a rather dejected crowd heading away from the bright lights of wembley for another year and another international competition. to tennis now. and it's been a centre court thriller for the final of the men's singles. winning his sixth wimbledon final, novak djokovic has equalled roger federer and rafael nadal�*s
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20 grand slam titles. the italian matteo berrettini took the serb to four sets, but as joe wilson reports from the all england club, the world number one was just too strong. at wimbledon, there are always people we miss. strong look. but now, a first opportunity for matteo berrettini. against him, novak djokovic, the ultimate immovable opponent. but when berrettini raised his game, we heard. oh, it's in! london supporting italy, hours before wembley. 71 minute first set settled in a flash. wow! that is a bullet! well, if djokovic was shocked, a bit, he reacted. took the second set 6—4 — and let's be clear, he is respected globally as a true sporting great. but djokovic wanted to feel the love on centre, "let's hear you", he gestured and then, "read the score". and as berrettini faulted, it was 6—4, it was 2—1. passed three hours went the final.
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louder grew the noise. "matteo", chanted many. djokovic chased everything. who's winning this point? the world number one. and the break of serve followed. it should be a gripping rally on championship point. it should be a challenge to achieve something momentous. it was. grand slam title number 20. the last ten years has been an incredible journey... ..that is not stopping here. with this, djokovic is now level with federer and nadal and surely they will have been watching. joe wilson there. sir richard branson hasjust returned from the edge of space during virgin galactic�*s first fully—crewed flight. take—off from mew mexico was slightly delayed by bad weather, but the flight is being seen as a milestone for the commencial space industry. sir richard said it was the experience of a lifetime. from spaceport america
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in new mexico, here's sophie long. preparations were made before take—off... about ten years, and an hour and a half behind schedule, in one of the most desolate areas of north america, a lifelong dream became reality. sir richard branson, along with two pilots and three other virgin galactic employees, were transported to the spaceship unity tethered to the mothership eve. then take—off. this is the moment he's been waiting for. after more than 16 years, and hundreds of millions of pounds, sir richard branson is now on his way to space. that's so cool. so you can see the moment when they release right there... forjust under four minutes, they experienced weightlessness and enjoyed a view of planet earth that only astronauts can dream of. well, i've done some ridiculous things in my lifetime. that was really, really, really ridiculous. but ijust can't wait for...
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..one day to be able to experience this. it's the experience of a lifetime. and touchdown. safely back on earth after a 90—minute flight. critics call this a billionaire's joyride, harmful to the planet sir richard says he wants to protect. for the people here at the first purpose—built commercial spaceport on the planet, this passenger flight marks an historic moment in the long and continuing journey towards space tourism becoming a reality. sophie long, bbc news, spaceport america, new mexico. just before i leave you, let me bring you updates on the euros result. we are going to see some pictures now of the scene at wembley, wembley way, as people leaving. metropolitan police say they have made 45 arrests, which i have to say is a comparatively no number given the number of people have been out and about in london.
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this is people policing the england— italy match. does not specify where they were, but as i said, relatively low number, and there's a message from the prime minister on social media to the england team, saying they play like heroes, they'd done they play like heroes, they'd done the nation proud and deserve great credit. i will have more with all the international and national news at the midnight hour. before that, we will have whether and before that, the film review. —— we will have weather. hello, and welcome to the film review with me, mark kermode, rounding up the best new movies available for viewing in cinemas and at home.
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one of the most intriguing releases of the week is tove, a finnish biopic about moomins creator tove jansson. alma poysti plays the swedo—finnish author, painter, novelist and illustrator, in zaida bergroth's intelligent film which was finland's entry for best international feature at the recent 93rd academy awards. i'm extremely happy... 0h! well, pardon me. are you all right? i thought finland was a quiet place. it's always like this. having failed to gain recognition for the paintings which she believes define her, sculptor�*s daughter jansson turns rather reluctantly to the strange doodles and secret languages of the moomins to earn a living.
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meanwhile, her personal passions are inflamed by theatre director vivica bandler, played with fiery relish by krista kosonen, with whom she falls head over heels in love, while political philosopher atos wirtanen offers more steadfast if less thrilling affections. sensibly written by eeva putro, tove offers an engrossing portrait of a rebellious spirit whose unconventional outsider status ironically enabled her to connect with generations of readers. having first created her strangely hippo—like characters as a distraction from the horrors of world war ii, jansson's moomins would become internationalfairytale icons, gracing books, stage shows, tv series, theme parks and more. handsomely lensed by linda wassberg and focusing on the formative post—war decade, tove benefits from an electrifying performance by poysti, who dances her way through the ups and downs
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of her character's life, which she describes as a wonderful adventure which one should explore in all its twists and turns. that's something this movie does with aplomb. you can find it in cinemas now. british actor david 0yelowo has long been a commanding screen presence in films such as queen of katwe and selma, in which he played dr martin luther king. now he proves himself a dab hand behind the camera on netflix's fantasy—inflected drama the water man, from a script by emma needell. if you had to choose between a short life with a lot of love in it, and a very long life with no—one there to love, which one would you choose? i would take a short life with your mom in it. then a long one without her.
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along with directing and producing, 0yelowo co—stars as amos boone. amos' wife mary, played by rosario dawson, has fallen ill, to the horror of their son gunner, a budding graphic artist played by lonnie chavis. enraptured by stories of a mythical "water man" who somehow managed to cheat death and now lives by a remote lake, endlessly searching for his lost wife, gunner embarks on a dangerous journey with a local girl who claims to have met and escaped from this mythical creature. i'm going to find the water man. come into my office. inspired by the spirit of classic �*80s movies like et and the goonies, but also nodding its head towards such diverse inspirations as the shawshank redemption and candyman, the water man is a surprisingly effective mix of down—to—earth family drama and out—of—this—world fantasy.
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there is a genuinely eerie and powerfully emotional magical realist edge to the drama, as gunner's hopes and fears are visualised on screen like scenes and characters from his own artistic creations. it's an effective device that tells us much of this is happening in gunner's imagination, but also leaves us wondering just how much is real. an enjoyably eccentric supporting performance from alfred molina, as the local figure who accidentally inspires this incredible journey, adds to the film's offbeat charms. i just want to know if the water man's real. of course he's real. i went in knowing, and perhaps expecting, little, and came out very pleasantly surprised by what turned out to be a real treat for all the family. it's on netflix now. back in 1979, director franc roddam helmed the film quadrophenia, an impressively gritty adaptation of the who's 1973 rock opera, which has gone on to become something of a british
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cult movie classic. with an impressive ensemble cast and including upcoming talents like phil daniels, ray winstone and phil davis, alongside the likes of tori wilcox and sting, quadrophenia painted a brilliant portrait of timeless teen angst set against the mid—�*60s backdrop of warring mods and rockers. fast forward several decades to peter meadows' book to be someone, the cover of which boldly declared that "jimmy's story continues," although as disappointed quadrophenia fans discovered, there's actually precious little connection between the two. nevertheless, we now have to be someone the movie, a film which joins the recent bowie—inspired stardust and the morrisey—approved trainwreck shoplifters of the world in the great pantheon of terrible modern pop movies. so why are you so jumpy? i'mjumpy, tommy, because we've got problems. we've got mad mike, we've got the yardies, and we've got bent coppers. and i think we have to get rid of them. get them off our backs
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for good, agreed? set in some weirdly non—specific future retro world and boasting appearances by quadrophenia stalwarts like leslie ash, gary shale and toyah, to be someone, which takes its name from a song by the jam, stars sam gittens as danny, a club—running scooter enthusiast who unexpectedly finds himself in the middle of a zany, leery, drugs and geezers caper, that combines the hackneyed cockney shtick of a naff guy ritchie film with a plot that the creators of scooby doo would have rejected on the grounds that it was a bit implausible. i think i've got a way to get those pills off the island. we're using scooters. are you serious? from the cringily cliched character names — step up mad mike and sharp steve — to the ear—scraping dialogue, pantomime performances and ray burdis' sub—trainspotting directorial tics, not one note of this ill—conceived botch job rings true. told you, mate!
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it's worth noting that when news of a film version of to be someone first broke a few years ago, quadrophenia producer bill curbishley issued a curt statement dismissing the prospect of some "totally ridiculous karaoke sequel," and declaring that "quadrophenia is a significant and influentialfilm based on the who's music, not some carry on franchise". clearly the makers of to be someone never got the message. it's in selected cinemas now, then on dvd and digital from august 9th. for something altogether more nourishing, let me direct you towards the wonderful documentary the truffle hunters. carlo! set amidst the hilly woodlands of the piedmont region of italy, this beautifully low—key affair, whose numerous executive producers include call me by your name
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director luca guadagnino, leads us into a secretive world far removed from the bustle of modern technology. here we meet a disparate group of men whose closest relationship seem to be with their dogs, as they hunt for the prized white truffles that embody their disappearing way of life. there's the octogenarian aurelio, who lives alone but shares a bond with his beloved birba as deep as any family ties. meanwhile, sergio bathes and blowdries his dogs between bouts of cathartic rock drumming. while carlo's disapproving wife thinks he's too old to be scouring the woods by night with his blessed companion tutino. intercut with these scenes from the truffle hunters' hand—to—mouth lives are contrasting views of the truffle trade, with prized tubers changing hands for large amounts of money —
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sniffed, prodded and sold. while much of the fixed camera footage has a distinctly painterly edge, codirectors gregory kershaw and michael dweck also mount tiny cameras on the heads of the dogs to capture the thrill of the chase, with energetic results. you can sample the delights of the truffle hunters in cinemas now. i'll leave you with news of black widow, the latest instalment in the ever—expanding marvel cinematic universe. scarlettjoha nsson stars as natasha romanoff, a role she's previously played in umpteen marvel movies before finally getting her own belated stand—alone outing. ok, you got a plan or should i just say duck and cover? my plan was to drive us away. well, your plan sucks.
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florence pugh is natasha's adoptive sisterjelena, with rachel weisz and david harbour as mother and father in the russian sleeper cell family whom we meet in �*90s ohio. years later, a showdown with ray winstone's evil drakov is on the cards as our heroines go head—to—head with his red room operation, determined to free the zombie—like army of widows he's created. directed by cate shortland, whose resume includes such character—rich dramas as somersault and berlin syndrome, black widow is at its best when dealing with the dysfunctional family interactions between its central foursome, whether it's the mid—chase bickering betweenjohansson and pugh, both of whom are terrific, or the pathos—laden comedy of harbour�*s dejected superhero, an embarrassing dad who longs to be as celebrated as captain america.
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0n the downside, ray winstone's russian accent can become distractingly experimental, and the need for standard marvel action spectacle means nuance gives way to smashy—crashy pyrotechnics. but for the most part, this is an entertaining origin story which givesjohansson a chance to breathe real life into the title character. i'm done running from my past. black widow opened in uk cinemas earlier this week and is now available on disney+ with premier access. that's it for this week. thanks for watching the film review. stay safe, and i'll see you next week. there's a note in here. it's about the water man. is this a prank? where are your friends, huh? where are they hiding? where are your buddies with the cameras? well, it's a mixed bag
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out there at the moment with some rain around. and we've some showers in the forecast for monday too. some of the showers could be particularly heavy across southeastern areas of the country. and here, we could have some thunderstorms as well. so this is what it looks like early hours of the morning. you can see where the heavy rain is, particularly in the south and the southeast. dry weather across most of scotland and most of northern ireland. and really quite mild in the morning — around 16 degrees, for example, in liverpool. so on that heavy rain, then, in the south, it'll come and go through the course of the morning. in fact, there might even be some sunshine around for a time. but then through the afternoon, showers will brew across parts of scotland, the north of england, but the heaviest ones probably in the southeast here. and these are the ones that could turn thundery and linger through the afternoon, into the evening hours. best sunshine on monday, i think some of these western areas of the uk — certainly western parts of wales, maybe cornwall and devon too. now, low pressure is still fairly
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close by on tuesday. you can see it's actually centred around, well, the western half of europe in the alps, but it's just about influencing the weather around the near continent, so there could be one or two showers around in the southeast. the best of the sunshine, i think across western and northern areas on tuesday. in fact, from plymouth through cardiff, liverpool, belfast, glasgow, should be a relatively sunny day, and the temperatures are starting to recover as well. in fact, by the time we get to wednesday, it should be a dry day across the uk. high pressure is slowly building from the azores. there could be a weak weather frontjust about nudging into the western isles, giving a few spots of rain. but on the whole, it's a fine day for most of us. and then from thursday onwards, we are expecting that high pressure to build right across the country. the winds will fall light. and given some sunshine, we'll see those temperatures recovering. in fact, we're expecting the mid—20s quite widely across the uk, but it really does depend where the winds going to be blowing from. for example, if it's
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coming in from the north, the north sea coasts could be a little bit chilly, but further inland, certainly around 25 or so. so here's the outlook, with monday and those showers there, maybe even one or two thunderstorms in the southeast, and then a steady climb in the temperatures as we head towards the weekend. that's it from me. bye— bye.
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this is bbc news with the latest headlines for viewers in the uk and around the world. i'm shaun ley. wild celebrations in rome — as italy's footballers are crowed champions of europe. the euro 2020 final finished 0ne — 0ne after extra time — but the italian team beat england in a tense penalty shootout — when their goalkeepr made the all important save. across england — hope turned to disappointment after their team led for the entire first half. america's west is scorched by heat as california and nevada brace themselves for even more record breaking temperatures. and — lift off for branson — the billionaire virgin galactic founder has flown to the edge of space on the company's first

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