ofthe of the uk in spite of high side of the uk in spite of high pressure being in charge. this is dragging in all this cloud to western coasts and hills and that is why we are seeing that damp weather. it might brighten up for a time across scotland. but east anglia and the southern counties of england have the best of the breaks in the crowd today and the best of the sunshine. but it is mild with temperatures at 15, 17 degrees. overnight tonight expensive cloud across the uk with some damp weather and if you mist and fog patches and then rain moving into the far north of scotland by the end of the night. that cold front will bring some rain and just ahead of that the wind will get strong for a time into the first part of tomorrow morning. so across
orkney and shetland that band of rain sinking south. northern ireland, england and wales again a lot of cloud around similar to today. some drizzle across western areas and some breaks in the cloud for central and eastern areas. temperatures reaching a high of 17 degrees which is very high for this time of year. on friday the cold front pushes south and behind that the air turns a lot chillier. the weather front itself is weakening all the time. not much on it by friday afternoon. behind that the sunshine comes out but it starts to feel a lot cooler with those sunnier skies working into the afternoon. around eight degrees in aberdeen. further south temperatures coming down a few degrees as well so it starts to feel cooler. looking at the weather picture into the
weekend, across the north—east of the uk friday night is cold and even some patches of rust but on saturday another weather front is pushing some patches of rust but on saturday another weatherfront is pushing its way in from the west bringing thicker cloud and some outbreaks of rain but with the wind coming from a southerly direction still relatively mild at 16 degrees in london. then the breeze starts to pick up again on sunday but a mostly dry date with some sunny spells and temperatures reaching a high of around 18 degrees. that is how the weather is looking. eu officials are to set out their proposals for reducing checks on goods moving from great britain to northern ireland. if is goods moving from great britain to northern ireland.— northern ireland. it is incumbent u on northern ireland. it is incumbent uon us northern ireland. it is incumbent upon us as _ northern ireland. it is incumbent upon us as a _ northern ireland. it is incumbent upon us as a government - northern ireland. it is incumbent upon us as a government and - northern ireland. it is incumbent upon us as a government and i i northern ireland. it is incumbent. upon us as a government and i think it incumbent upon the eu to make sure that we have a sustainable future arrangement and it is not
working at the moment.- future arrangement and it is not working at the moment. fears of christmas shortages _ working at the moment. fears of christmas shortages as - working at the moment. fears of christmas shortages as the - working at the moment. fears of. christmas shortages as the biggest commercial port in britain tries to shift a backlog of shipping containers. that's all from the bbc news at one so it's goodbye from me and on bbc one we nowjoin the bbc�*s news teams where you are. time now for the sport. fifa says it strongly condemns the ugly scenes before and during england's match with hungary at wembley last night. the game which ended 1—1 was marred by clashes between visiting fans and police. fifa says it remains firm and resolute in rejecting any form of violence as well as any form of discrimination or abuse.
fifa says it remains firm and resolute in rejecting any form of violence as well as any form of discrimination or abuse. there's wider approach needed to also see this country that in educational countries, we would see as one which needs to be put in special measures, to demonstrate how they are educating the people, how they are educating the people, how they are educating the people, how they are creating change and changing behaviour in a way that is real and we're not saying that at the moment so the approach is being taken by the governing bodies not working. chelsea boss emma hayes says her side's packed season is better than being bored as they prepare to face women's champions league opponents, juventus. as well as european football and their women's super league duties, the blues are in the fa cup semifinals.
five chelsea players willjoin up with the england squad for the two world cup qualifiers upon return from turin. i think it is hard for english teams, knowing that every weekend, the intensity of our games are really, really tough. there is no denying leagues across europe have wonderful teams in them but it is the speed and the intensity that the game is played at that takes a lot of players. but this is what happens in the men's game and we all have to adjust to that in our game. andy murray says he is not planning to play in next month's davis cup finals after being knocked out of indian wells in the third round. murray lost in straight sets 6—4, 7—6 to third seed alexander zverev. afterwards he said he needs to rest his body and also believes he doesn't deserve to make the team given how well cameron norrie and dan evans
are playing. no one can tell me, guarantee me that my hip will be fine over the next five, six years. but that is the risk i am willing to take and i am out here playing against top four, five players in the world and not playing my best tennis and competing with them well. flanker thomas young willjoin cardiff next season from wasps and will be available for wales selection. despite playing outside of wales for the rest of the regular season, he will be given dispensation to the 60 cap rule which would otherwise be in place. wales played new zealand, fiji, argentina and south africa in the coming weeks.
scotla nd scotland has selected dylan richardson before their first autumn international. he is 22 and has spent his entire career but qualifies for scotland through his father. you can find more on all those stories on the bbc sport website. ships are being diverted from the uk's largest commercial port because of a backlog of containers. one majorfirm one major firm has one majorfirm has diverted its ships to belgium and the netherlands. the port blame the shortage of college riders, brexit and the pandemic. we heard about the difficulties they have been facing.
then getting them out to stores. what we have seen is for the importers in particular with the build—up to christmas is that they have been early, getting the boxes in now rather than early november so that we have time to distribute what we needed to stores. i will be very honest, we will not have the overall choice that we had in store but we will not cmt shells. this will be around the christmas toys, clothing, gifts and christmas present experience, if you like. food, i think, will continue to move. pigs in blankets, turkeys, the import from europe will be having the uk will sustain us more than happily. toys, electrical goods, white goods will be difficult to get them in but
the importers are working on this and they have brought boxes early so that we can weather this storm. pressure is growing on world leaders on climate change in the run up to the cop26 un climate change summit. the international energy agency says trillions of dollars more must be spent globally, on new sources of energy, to hit agreed targets on climate change. courtney bembridge reports. less of this, and more of this. the international energy agency says we need to drastically change the way we generate energy. glasgow is preparing to welcome world leaders later this month for a crucial climate summit as they try to limit the rise in global temperatures to 1.5 degrees above preindustrial levels. the international energy agency says for that target to be met, spending on clean energy projects must reach $4 trillion a year by 2030. it is very, very clear, in terms of what areas of our energy economy we need to accelerate
materially versus where we need to start pulling back, and i think it is a really helpful summary to show the extent to which we really need to drive renewable investment quite heavily over the coming period. the pandemic has hindered efforts to cut down on coal and oil and this year the world is on track to record the second largest increase in emissions in history. it comes as energy prices hit record highs and there are warnings of further price hikes to come. the iea says renewable energy spending would pay for itself and create 26 millionjobs by 2030. courtney bembridge, bbc news. in the us state of wyoming, a coroner has said the young woman who vanished on a road trip with her boyfriend and was later found dead was strangled. travel blogger gabby petito's death had already been ruled to be a homicide. her boyfriend brian laundrie has been missing for nearly a month after returning home without his fianc e.
the sequence of events that led to gabby petito's death are still far from clear. she disappeared while on a road trip in the western united states with her boyfriend, brian laundrie. this video emerged after the police responded to reports that the pair had been seen arguing, as they travelled through the state of utah. there's two people that came to us and told us that they saw him hit you. they were interviewed, but no further action was taken. the couple had been sharing details of their trip through social media, but their blog post abruptly ended in august. mr laundrie later returned home, alone. he has since disappeared. his family say he went for a hike and never came back. gabby petito's body was found last month, in a remote area of a wyoming park that the couple had visited. few details have been revealed, except now the cause of death. the teton county coroner's office
is filing the following verdict. in the matter of the death of gabrielle venora petito, we find the cause and manner to be cause, death by strangulation, and manner is homicide. by wyoming state statute, only the cause and manner of death are released. the autopsy findings and photographs and that sort of material is not released by state statute. the coroner added that miss petito's body, which was found in mid—september, had been outside in the wilderness for three to four weeks. he also confirmed that the 22—year—old was not pregnant at the time of her death. the case has attracted a huge amount of media coverage in the united states, and some criticism that it's received a disproportionate level of attention. unfortunately, this is only one of many deaths around the country of people who are involved
in domestic violence, and it's unfortunate that these other deaths do not get as much coverage as this one. the fbi has named brian laundrie as a person of interest, and a warrant has been issued for his arrest. police and federal agents have been searching a wildlife reserve close to his parents' home in florida but, so far, there has been no sign of him. peter bowes, bbc news, los angeles. a significant number of english communities have experienced a decline in life expectancy over the last decade. researchers from imperial college london say in the five years before the pandemic life expectancy for women fell in almost a fifth of areas. men saw a decline in one out of every nine communities but one village in kent has an average life expectancy of 95 for women according to public health england. irene nobbs, who turned 102 in april, told us the secret to her longevity.
accepting life as it is. hear good music keeps you going and have your good friends. it's amazing how the years have gone by. but step—by—step, i have met so many people and in so many things that i felt very active. it is people and in so many things that i felt very active.— felt very active. it is a good area to live. felt very active. it is a good area to live- being — felt very active. it is a good area to live. being in _ felt very active. it is a good area to live. being in kent, _ felt very active. it is a good area to live. being in kent, it- felt very active. it is a good area to live. being in kent, it is- to live. being in kent, it is greenfields everywhere. it is a very easy way— greenfields everywhere. it is a very easy way of— greenfields everywhere. it is a very easy way of life, isn't it? a lot easier— easy way of life, isn't it? a lot easier than _ easy way of life, isn't it? a lot easier than in london. i think it's public— easier than in london. i think it's public down _ easier than in london. i think it's public down to the greatness of the area _ the headlines on bbc news: officials from the uk and eu will meet in london this afternoon to discuss reducing checks on goods moving between great britain and northern ireland.
there is of some stock shortages in the run—up to christmas as britain's biggest commercial port, felixstowe, deals with a backlog of containers. prices in care, a shortfall of more than 100,000 workers means people are waiting hungerfor than 100,000 workers means people are waiting hunger for support and the number of vacancies is still rising. now it's time for across the uk. a 15—year—old who died after taking mdma has become friends with the mother of the boy who supplied the fatal drugs. the two women say getting to know each other is helping them come to terms with what happened to their children. they are now beginning a campaign together to one teenagers about the dangers of mdma. here is their story. i'm kerry, leah's mum.
leah was my daughter. she was 15 when she died, after taking mdma. unlikely friendship. yeah, very unlikely. we're both grieving. they're both our children. we both lost something. yeah. you know, i know i have a son that i can tangibly touch... yeah. ..but i don't have that happy—go—lucky boy any more. yeah. and you have lost leah. yeah. you know, to the same drug, mdma, to the same evil. so i got a phone call that evening, as soon as i got there, she was sort of fitting on the car park floor. she was so conscious, like she was still conscious, but not 100%. she said, mum, she knew i was there. within a second, she was...
she didn't speak again. i don't really remember much from there. so, i'm the mum... can i stop for a minute? i find this hard. i'm tammy, i'm the mother of the, i will say young boy at the time or young teenager, he was a teenager at the time, that supplied the mdma to another young teenager on that night. i was struggling with him, emotions were changing, his whole manner was changing and i was fighting services every day, asking them to come help me. they should be injail.
i get how my friends, my family... i don't have the same hatred for connor as i did. i think that is very... if it was the other way round, i don't know if i could not have that hatred. yes. the campaign of doing it together, i think people will stop and look and they will probably be shocked at first because we are working together. the campaign is do you know mdma? to get the message out that mdma isn't a fun party drug, we want people to know mdma kills. and we don't want another leah, we don't want another connor. if we feel like we have told our story and tried to educate people, there we can't really do much else. but there has to be, leah died,
and i can't let that be for no reason. one of the unexpected highlights of lockdown last year was discovering that our owain is a whiz on the drums. now he is putting those skills to good use with a 2k hour drumathon to raise money for children in need. he tookjane mccubbin to his hometown in ammanford in south wales to show her where his love for the drum started. we are taking owain home. here we are. back to wales. back to ammanford. hello! mum and dad! back to his mum and dad. jayne. alan, cathy, my parents. chris on camera. you've brought the obligatory embarrassing baby photos. well, we have a couple here, yes. there you go. a dedicated follower of fashion.
even then i tried to work an outfit. owain wyn evans, flamboyant weather presenter, was born with a shock of red hair in ammanford in 1984. and from an early age he wondered if he would ever really fit in. cathy's father wasi a mining engineer. my father was a coal miner. 84 when you were born. i remember i had this pink moped. it was the most flamboyant bike you could imagine. always interested in things you wouldn't expect. the drums as a four—year—old. then we started on the disco lights. a smoke machine. we thought the shed was on fire. but it was the smoke machine. ammanford had never seen anything like this, i would imagine?
i don't suppose, no! but none of this was easy in the former mining town. you know, i knew i was gay from a young age, but here in ammanford there was just no reference point as far as that went, wasn't there? one thing really helped. i came across them today. in the garden, in the shed, behind some chairs. - oh, my god! i think here i would have been about 17 or 18. the overtones was a school band. could you fully be yourself then? had you come out at that point? no, i hadn't come out. at this stage section 28 was still a thing. somebody like me wouldn't be able
to be taught anything about someone like me. that was fine at home but when you're in school? i that was fine at home but when you're in school?— that was fine at home but when you're in school? i hated school and hate is a strong _ you're in school? i hated school and hate is a strong word. _ you're in school? i hated school and hate is a strong word. the - you're in school? i hated school and hate is a strong word. the drums i you're in school? i hated school and l hate is a strong word. the drums was somethin: hate is a strong word. the drums was something that _ hate is a strong word. the drums was something that definitely _ hate is a strong word. the drums was something that definitely helped - hate is a strong word. the drums was something that definitely helped me | something that definitely helped me through that. 100%.
he isjust him and we love him to bits! _ the shortlist for this years riba stirling prize for architecture includes an eco—friendly mosque in cambridge, a footbridge on the cornish coast and the centrepiece of a university in south—west london. today it is the turn of the windermerejetty museum in the lake district. it is the first contemporary building on the shores of windermere for more than 50 years.
ifound it an enormous privilege being trusted to imagine a building in such a beautiful setting. this building is intentionally a very atmospheric visitor experience. i'm rowan seaford. i'm an associate director at carmody groarke. i'm andy groarke, of carmody groarke architects, and we are the architects for the windermerejetty museum. the museum is seen and approached from all sides, so you can arrive by boat to one of the jetties, or you can arrive by foot or by car by land. the centrepiece of the wooden wet dock is surrounded by a cluster of copper—clad buildings. we spent a year up here to understand the seasons and how different materials weather in the lake district environment. over time, the building will develop, it's inevitable, oxidisation, in order to give the building quite a timeless quality.
the brief for this building . was to create a world—class building in which to house the internationally- significant boat collection. it needs to be a building that - could accommodate large—scale boats, that was exciting for the public to want to visit, but also, - importantly, because it sat within one of our great - national parks, the lake district national park, . it had to be part of the landscape it was within. sustainability has been really central to the concept of the building. we have systems such as the lake—source heat pump that heats the whole museum, underpinning the energy strategy. we've selected, wherever possible, local materials, so that the travel from source to site is as short as possible. the building has a zero—waste strategy so, actually, all of the domestic waste water is treated on—site and it's filtered through the landscape and reed beds, so it can then be discharged back into the lake as clean water. the site isjust amazing.
it reflects boat—building, it reflects restoration, i it reflects conservation. some of the success of what the team has achieved here is a building that is simultaneously foreground and background. foreground's the visitor experience, it's the building that's here. and yet, it's the background, it's the backdrop to a beautiful landscape setting and immersing yourself in a fantastic collection. the windermere jetty the windermerejetty museum in the lake district, one of six shortlisted entries for britain's best new building. we will be live at the award ceremony with a special programme tomorrow night here at 7:30pm. time for the weather forecast. a lot of fine weather to come through the rest of the day today.
the best of the sunshine this morning has been across southern and eastern england. we will keep those sunny spells for many into the afternoon. however, in western areas, the cloud is much thicker, perhaps some drizzle and high pressure is firmly in charge. the winds are going in a clockwise direction around this high pressure and shoving this cloud into the hills. but as we we have the damp weather for western scotland, northern ireland and western areas of wales where we continue to see occasional drizzle. the best of the breaks in the cloud again across east anglia as well. in the sunshine, temperatures into the high teens, it will be another warm october day. overnight tonight, those gaps in the cloud will tend to fill back in, so a lot of cloud and fog patches in the cloud are still thick enough for some drizzle. outbreaks of rain are starting to edge its way into shetland towards the end of the night. that rain is associated with a weather front.
just ahead of it, some strong winds. some gales are first thing in the morning and rain pushes in but away from that, again there will be occasional spots of drizzle. northern ireland, wales and western areas of england. starting to turn colder across orkney, shetland and northern parts of the highlands. through friday, this cold front pushes southwards, a realjob in temperatures following on behind this feature. pressure will rise and we will see increasing amounts of pressure moving back in but in those sunny skies, that is where the coldest air is and through the afternoon, just eight degrees in aberdeen and it will feel a lot chillier even in england, wales and
this is bbc news. i'm james reynolds. the headlines: eu officials will set out proposals later to reduce checks on goods moving between northern ireland and the rest of the uk, as the trade row with the government continues. it is incumbent upon us and the eu to make sure we have a sustainable future arrangement and it is not working at the moment. fears about the impact on christmas, as the biggest commercial port in britain deals with a backlog of shipping containers. a potentially tricky laser treatment designed to help menopause is no better than fake therapy according to a new trial. captain kirk heads for the final frontier as william shatner prepares to blast off on a trip to the edge of space, becoming the oldest person