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ius : us should go before and all of us should go there. i think the price at the moment if you are not william shatner is $28 million, so i don't know about you, but i need to check my euromillions ticket from last night because that is the only hope for most of us going there. we were “ust seeinu for most of us going there. we were just seeing there — for most of us going there. we were just seeing there any _ for most of us going there. we were just seeing there any metro - for most of us going there. we were just seeing there any metro prince l just seeing there any metro prince william having a go at this billionaire space race, saying maybe we need to think about fixing our planet instead. aubrey allegretti, has he got a point?— planet instead. aubrey allegretti, has he got a point? yes, absolutely. it is a dream — has he got a point? yes, absolutely. it is a dream for _ has he got a point? yes, absolutely. it is a dream for the _ has he got a point? yes, absolutely. it is a dream for the rest _ has he got a point? yes, absolutely. it is a dream for the rest of - has he got a point? yes, absolutely. it is a dream for the rest of us, - it is a dream for the rest of us, but think— it is a dream for the rest of us, but think about how much money is spent on _ but think about how much money is spent on something like that and there _ spent on something like that and there is— spent on something like that and there is also some issues, particularly criticised for its place — particularly criticised for its place in _ particularly criticised for its place in the uk, sol particularly criticised for its place in the uk, so i think it is something _ place in the uk, so i think it is something that is probably going to make _ something that is probably going to make it _ something that is probably going to make it quite popular, having that opinion, _ make it quite popular, having that opinion, because there is a serious side to— opinion, because there is a serious side to the — opinion, because there is a serious side to the fun stuff as well. speaking of the fun stuff, let us end with the beatles and the stones. this is the beatles and the stones. this is the daily star, a feud, a slightly better headline, perhaps, butjust talking about an alleged feud after
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many years of rivalry, paul mccartney and mickjagger still mccartney and mick jagger still can't let mccartney and mickjagger still can't let it be, mccartney saying the stones were essentiallyjust a blues cover band. benjamin butterworth, we know you are a spice girls fan, are you also a stones and a beatles fan? i girls fan, are you also a stones and a beatles fan?— a beatles fan? i am going to confess. _ a beatles fan? i am going to confess. i — a beatles fan? i am going to confess, i love _ a beatles fan? i am going to confess, i love the _ a beatles fan? i am going to confess, i love the beatles l a beatles fan? i am going to i confess, i love the beatles and a beatles fan? i am going to - confess, i love the beatles and i don't really listen to the rolling stones, so i am with paul mccartney, but paul mccartney is having quite the week. it was only the other day he said it wasjohn lennon who split up he said it wasjohn lennon who split up the beatles and not him and revealed john lennon had walked into a meeting and said, the beatles are over, so he is really putting straight some 50 world feuds this week. �* , , �* straight some 50 world feuds this week. �* , , ~ ., straight some 50 world feuds this week. �* , , �* . straight some 50 world feuds this week. , y~ ., ., week. aubrey allegretti, are you a stones person _ week. aubrey allegretti, are you a stones person or— week. aubrey allegretti, are you a stones person or a _ week. aubrey allegretti, are you a stones person or a beatles - week. aubrey allegretti, are you a stones person or a beatles man i week. aubrey allegretti, are you a stones person or a beatles man or either or both? i’m stones person or a beatles man or either or both?— either or both? i'm afraid i can't rive ou either or both? i'm afraid i can't give you a _ either or both? i'm afraid i can't give you a balanced _ either or both? i'm afraid i can't give you a balanced view- either or both? i'm afraid i can't give you a balanced view on - either or both? i'm afraid i can't give you a balanced view on the| either or both? i'm afraid i can't - give you a balanced view on the same side as— give you a balanced view on the same side as ben — give you a balanced view on the same side as ben. has give you a balanced view on the same side as then-— side as ben. has he got a point? is the stone is _ side as ben. has he got a point? is the stone is blues _ side as ben. has he got a point? is the stone is blues cover— side as ben. has he got a point? is the stone is blues cover band? - side as ben. has he got a point? is the stone is blues cover band? i i the stone is blues cover band? i don't quite know what he means by that because they were great songwriters, mickjaggerand that because they were great
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songwriters, mickjagger and keith songwriters, mick jagger and keith richardson? songwriters, mickjagger and keith richardson? . songwriters, mickjagger and keith richardson? ~ , , , , songwriters, mickjagger and keith richardson? , , , richardson? , absolutely, yes, both treat at a richardson? , absolutely, yes, both great at a time _ richardson? , absolutely, yes, both great at a time and _ richardson? , absolutely, yes, both great at a time and i _ richardson? , absolutely, yes, both great at a time and i have _ richardson? , absolutely, yes, both great at a time and i have spoken i richardson? , absolutely, yes, both great at a time and i have spoken toi great at a time and i have spoken to people _ great at a time and i have spoken to heapie who — great at a time and i have spoken to people who do love the bans and they have got _ people who do love the bans and they have got so _ people who do love the bans and they have got so many good things to say about— have got so many good things to say about both _ have got so many good things to say about both of them, sol have got so many good things to say about both of them, so i think... i 'ust about both of them, so i think... i just respect— about both of them, so i think... i just respect the bands i like and i respect _ just respect the bands i like and i respect people who like both. yes, i mean, respect people who like both. yes, i mean. the — respect people who like both. yes, i mean, the stones... _ respect people who like both. yes, i mean, the stones... they _ respect people who like both. yes, i mean, the stones... they started i respect people who like both. yes, i | mean, the stones... they started off may be covering blues, but the beetle started off doing lots of colours as well, didn't they? yeah, absolutely- — colours as well, didn't they? yeah, absolutely. some _ colours as well, didn't they? yeah, absolutely. some of _ colours as well, didn't they? yeah, absolutely. some of those - colours as well, didn't they? yeah, absolutely. some of those are - colours as well, didn't they? yeah, absolutely. some of those are the| absolutely. some of those are the songs _ absolutely. some of those are the songs we — absolutely. some of those are the songs we all really love, so it just seems _ songs we all really love, so it just seems like — songs we all really love, so it just seems like the sort of like to ignite — seems like the sort of like to ignite these feuds to remind themselves of what it was like in themselves of what it was like in the heyday when they were a bit younger — the heyday when they were a bit younger and getting into tussles a bit more _ younger and getting into tussles a bit more prominently. yes. younger and getting into tussles a bit more prominently.— bit more prominently. yes. well, the are bit more prominently. yes. well, they are both _ bit more prominently. yes. well, they are both amazing _ bit more prominently. yes. well, they are both amazing bands, - bit more prominently. yes. well, - they are both amazing bands, amazing products of british music, actually, and i think we should be very proud of both the beatles and the rolling stones. benjamin butterworth and aubrey allegretti, great to have you both with us talking about everything from brexit to the beatles. there you go, all of human
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life, even a bit of spice girls thrown in as well. what more could you want? that is it for the papers this evening. we will be back in just over half an hour to look at more of the study free stories been covered both the papers and websites. goodbye for now. ? back more the papers been covered. good evening. i'm here with your sports news and chelsea got their women's champions league campaign back on track with a 2—1 win away tojuventus in group a. erin cuthbert put the londoners i—o just after the half hour mark with a dazzling solo run and shot. italian international barbara bonansea levelled matters in turin six minutes later with a brilliant volley building the pressure on emma hayes's side. but it was once again pernille harder to the rescue as she scored chelsea's second with around 20 minutes remaining. that means that chelsea are second in group a, trailing two—time winners wolfsburg
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on goal difference, the germans accounting for swiss side servette by 5—0, whilejuventus drop to third after that loss. bournemouth and wales midfielder david brooks has announced he has cancer. he's released a statement on social media to say he's been diagnosed with stage two hodgkin lymphoma and will begin a course of treatment next week. brooks has played for bournemouth since 2018 and was part of the wales squad for euro 2020. his most recent game was in the championship at the end of september and he had withdrawn from the most recent wales squad through illness. this is the statement he's released this afternoon and part of it reads, "although this has come as a shock to myself "and my family, "the prognosis is a positive one and i am confident that i will make "a full recovery and be back playing as soon as possible." he goes on to "thank everyone at the football association of wales "because without the swift attention of their medical team we may not "have detected the illness." bournemouth have tweeted themselves to say, "we're all behind you, brooksy."
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an anti—racism campaign group has called for hungary to be banned from international football after their fans were once again involved in controversial scenes at a game against england. fifa have condemned the clashes between visiting fans and police during the world cup qualifier at wembley. a banner could be seen amongst the away fans prior to kick off in protest at england players taking the knee. shortly after, fighting broke out between hungarian fans and police, which authorities say began with racial abuse aimed at a steward. 0n the pitch, hungary scored first beforejohn stones equalised. hungary have already been ordered to play two home matches behind closed doors, following the racism england month, and anton ferdinand has echoed the view that hungary need to be punished... if uefa and fifa can get involved when there is... in the euro super league was coming about and for them
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to go, if you are involved in that, you will no longer play in these competitions, then why can't you do that with racial discrimination? it just doesn't make sense. if you really do condemn it and you really do want it out of the game the way you say you do because you have a zero tolerance, by the way, then stop talking about it and actually have some action, which would be the punishment should be they should be nowhere near a tournament, they shouldn't be involved in international football until they sort themselves out. the swedish fa say manchester united forward anthony elanga was subjected to a racist comment by an opponent while playing for his country's under 21 side against italy yesterday. sweden have submitted a report to the match referee, following allegations made by the 19—year—old. the italian football federation said it denies the claims. the european under—21 championship qualifierfinished i—i. new watford manager claudio ranieri says he's very confident the club can avoid relegation from the premier league. they're on seven points after seven games — enough to get the previous manager, xisco munoz, the sack, but the former leicester boss says he's happy to be back in england,
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just a week before he turns 70. ifi if i feel good, if i feel emotion, i want to continue. that is it. football for me is my life, from... inaudible think about playing football and after make a manager. and now... i can... to give to my... inaudible. kenyan athlete agnes tirop has been found stabbed to death in her home in the country, with her husband being treated as a suspect by police. tirop was a two—time world championship medallist, finished fourth in the 5,000 metres at the tokyo olympics, and just last month set the world record for a women's only 10km road race in germany. athletics kenya say they are distraught at her untimely death. andy murray says he's not planning to play in next month's davis cup finals, suggesting he wouldn't be selected
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for the british team anyway. murray led the team to the trophy in 2015, but now believes cameron norrie and dan evans are playing well enough to get the two singles places. after being knocked out of the indian wells tournament by alexander zverev last night he says he needs to rest his body. this is physically the best i have felt for a while, but i am sort of battling my game a little bit. it is just not... yeah, the consistency is not there and the... i don't know. the decision is not great in the important moments, still. and in indian wells, british number 2 cameron norrie is into the quarter——finals after a three set win over american tommy paul. norrie will now play argentina's diego schwartzman for a place in the last four. wales have called up 19—year—old uncapped exeter
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lock christ tshiunza for their autumn internationals. there's also a recall for wasps flanker thomas young, who became eligible after he announced he willjoin cardiff. young was named in wayne pivac�*s squad, despite playing outside of wales for the rest of this season. he's given special dispensation to avoid the welsh rugby union's 60—cap rule. wales play new zealand, south africa, fiji and australia in the coming weeks. scotland have selected south africa—born sharks back—row dylan richardson for a two—day training camp before theirfirst autumn international. the 22—year—old has spent his entire career at the durban—based franchise, but qualifies for scotland through his father. ronnie o' sullivan admitted being bored in his last match at the northern ireland 0pen. the rocket's victory over alfie burden today may have offered some stimulation. 0'sullivan won by 4—1 to reach the last 16 in belfast
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having only dropped 2 frames this week. he'sjoined by reigning world champion mark selby. the world number one beat gary wilson by 4—1. and that's all the sport for now. everything else is on your bbc sport website. hello. plenty of cloud across the uk yesterday and plenty of it still around today as well. glimmers of sunshine or sunny spells at best, i think, sums up our forecast for the majority. for scotland, though, the winds are already picking up. here, we will see cloud bearing more meaningful rain through the day as this cold weather front sinks its way in. high pressure holds things steady for england and wales — just light winds here, that cloud around, as i said. similar story for northern ireland. perhaps a few showers down towards the channel coast. but for scotland, rain will make its way as far south, i think, as the central belt by the time we get to
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the evening rush hour. some of the rain could be heavy. should be brighterfor the northern isles through the afternoon, but it will stay windy. and then the rain progressively works its way into northern ireland and northern england through the evening. and then towards the end of the night, we'll see that rain pushing into the midlands, north wales and parts of east anglia. for the south of the band of rain, temperatures in double figures. behind it, here's a clue of what's to come — temperatures in single figures, much colder air moving in, some pockets of frost to the north first thing friday. and that colder air flushes all the way south through the day on friday, with perhapsjust the exception of the far southwest of england. so friday, much more in the way of sunshine, the day looking a whole lot brighter, but i think you will notice the chillier feel. the southwest of england likely to be warmest. in some areas, temperatures will come down through the day. as the cloud breaks, the weather front pulls away, but the colder air ushers in. top temperatures, well, widely around 13 or ia, perhaps just 8 there in aberdeen. clear skies overnight friday into saturday. we'll see a patchy frost to start
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saturday, but then i think a decent day for many. particularly in the east, there should be some spells of sunshine. towards the west, cloud trying to encroach, and i think we will see that bearing some rain on the afternoon. temperatures, though, lifting up a little once again as we start to pick up a south—westerly wind, so sitting in the mid—teens. for the mildest and the driest of the two days of the weekend, though, sunday looks to be the better option. we should, i think, see a lot of dry weather on sunday,. of dry weather on sunday. it will be milder from the get—go. and when the sun comes out, with the south—westerly wind, i think temperatures a little above average for the time of year — highs of 17 or 18.
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welcome to newsday, reporting live from singapore. i'm mariko 0i. the headlines: supply chain shortages and the inflation it causes become a global problem — president biden and finance ministers from around the world try to tackle it. star trek�*s william shatner — at the age of 90 — makes history as the oldest person to go into space. what you have given me... ..is the most profound experience that i could imagine.
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