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a us teenager who shot dead two people and injured another during racialjustice protests last year has been found not guilty of murder in a trial that polarised america. kyle rittenhouse argued that he was repeatedly attacked, and had acted in self—defence. police in the netherlands have fired warning shots during a demonstration by people opposed to the partial lockdown put in place to stop rising covid infections. several countries across europe are reimposing restrictions as case numbers rise. belarus�*s authoritarian leader, alexander lukashenko, says he will not stop the flow of thousands of migrants through his country as they try to enter the eu. speaking to the bbc, mr lukashenko admitted his armed forces may actually be helping migrants cross the border into poland.
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it's already illegal to call or text on a hand—held phone while you're driving in the uk. but from next year, the rules are getting even tighter. drivers will be banned from taking photos, filming, searching playlists or playing games — even while stationary — on mobiles and tablets. those who break the law will face six points on their licence and a £200 fine. caroline davies reports. # happy birthday to you... joe cairns was 1a years old when his mother last waved him off to school. i always told him, you know, "i love ya." not always would he say it back. chuckles sometimes he would. we got him settled in the van and i waved goodbye to him. the minibusjoe was riding in was hit by a lorry. the lorry driver was checking his social media on his phone
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moments before the crash. finding that out, i do remember being physically sick. i was, you know — it was just that reaction that my boy was killed for nothing. for likes, you know? checking his social media. the driverjames majury was jailed for eight years for dangerous driving. the current law bans driving while texting and calling, but this change will mean that it's easier for police to charge drivers holding their phone, regardless of the reason. from next year, there'll be very few exemptions for why you're able to hold your phone while you're driving. one of them will be if you're making an emergency phone call. but another proposed one is if you're paying for something contactlessly — for example, a toll or maybe a drive—through restaurant — but your car has to be stationary. you can still use devices like satnav, for instance, but they have to be in a cradle. the law was introduced in 2003 when calls and texts
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were what most mobiles were used for. although police can charge drivers with other driving offences if they are using their phone and not in control of their vehicle, this change will close a loophole. if you get caught now, you're going to get a £200 fine and six points on your licence. that is quite significant. the police will be able to enforce the laws much more strongly. joe's family continue to tell his story to make drivers think again about how and when they use their phones. he had a life — a whole beautiful life to lead. through somebody�*s choice that day, they took his life away. and he is no more. and it has to be out there, it has to be how dangerous it is to use your phone whilst you are driving. now on bbc news,
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it's the travel show with carmen roberts. this week on the travel show... celebrating the world's most famous big wheel. this is brilliant. this is my london. a slice of britain on a remote japanese island. i hope i am doing this right. you have to be fast! and racing to the finishing line in our icy siberian challenge. hello and welcome to the travel
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show, with me, carmen roberts, coming to you this week from japan islands. later on i will be serving up one of these islands most surprising island's most surprising culinary specialties. a big battered fish favourite, fish and chips. at first... the world's tallest observation wheel is now up and running and where else but to buy. it is known as the dubai either. it is 250 metres tall and has 48 points, which means it can carry more than 1700 pods in one revolution. shortly after the millennium, the world's most famous wheel was opened. and just as a pandemic hits, the london i was busy celebrating its 20th birthday. so we went along to meet some of the people who made it happen —— london eye. the romans established london nearly 2000 years ago. since then, the historic capital has developed an iconic skyline.
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four generations of us, it has always been dominated by two or three instantly recognisable historical buildings. when i was a kid, you could pick up the cathedral, tower bridge and the cathedral, tower bridge and the palace of westminster has three silhouettes which made the skyline look great. and that was the case for more than 100 years and you kind of knew where you were. and that exactly 20 years ago that was all thrown up in the air because that arrived. located on the banks of the river thames, the london eye offers a panoramic 360 degrees view over the capital. standing at 135 metres tall, it is still the largest observation wheel in europe and the most popular, with more than 70 million visitors in the last two decades. it was opened back in the heady days of the year
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2000, part of the celebrations that are in the new millennium. 0riginally it was only supposed to be a temporary structure with a lifespan of five years. it was really exciting. it has been a while since i was first on it. and it is still hugely popular. 0k, on it. and it is still hugely popular. ok, here we go! the big step. it is actually going at less than one kilometre an hour, but nonetheless, you have to get on in time.
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here we are, 135 metres higher, right at the top. and this is brilliant. this is my london. i love this place, i know this place really well. i was born just over there, i livejust over there and every iconic building want to see is here. buckingham palace, the millennium bridge, seybold over there and the river thames. it is fantastic. this is london's equivalent of the isil tower and the empire state building. this is the view that everybody wants to get. —— the isil tower. —— eiffel tower. 0urtime is our time is done. 30 minutes.
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the architects were david marx and julia barfield, a renowned husband and wife team. julia, just take me to the beginning of this whole project. how just take me to the beginning of this whole project. of this whole pro'ect. how did it all start? _ of this whole pro'ect. how did it all start? it _ of this whole project. how did it all start? it started - of this whole project. how did it all start? it started with - of this whole project. how did it all start? it started with a | it all start? it started with a competition in 1993, and what the competition called for was a landmark to start the new millennium.— a landmark to start the new millennium. _, , ., .,, millennium. the competition was abandoned. _ millennium. the competition was abandoned, but _ millennium. the competition was abandoned, but david _ millennium. the competition was abandoned, but david and - millennium. the competition was abandoned, but david and julia i abandoned, but david and julia decided to plough on regardless. david sadly died in 2017. butjulia still has great memories of that time. now, i think this is the prototype if you like. think this is the prototype if ou like. ~ ., think this is the prototype if oulike. ., you like. we looked at so many different designs _ you like. we looked at so many different designs for _ you like. we looked at so many different designs for the - different designs for the actual structure. you know, it is huge but we wanted to be light in feeling so we at very many different engineering solutions for that. with different geometries. anna seemed to be the optimal geometry in the end to make it very light. it was
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disappointing that the judges didn't think any of the ideas were good enough, but we thought it was a good idea so we started a company which was called the millennium wheel company be put in a planning application. we gradually got more and more exposure to the project and we did deal with british airways and put a lot of our own money in, but we mortgaged the house and whatever and they gave us some serious money in order to be able to properly pay engineers. so it kind of had a snowball effect, really, and because it was at that extraordinary time of the millennium, ifeel that something extraordinary could happen. but something extraordinary could ha en. �* something extraordinary could hauen. �* �* ., something extraordinary could hauen.�* �* ., happen. but it wasn't all plain sailinu. happen. but it wasn't all plain sailing. there _ happen. but it wasn't all plain sailing. there were _ happen. but it wasn't all plain sailing. there were still - happen. but it wasn't all plain sailing. there were still some | sailing. there were still some people who were unconvinced. did anybody say, listen, look at it, it is a horrible eyesore, it is ruining the skyline. eyesore, it is ruining the skyline-—
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skyline. yes, they did, absolutely. _ skyline. yes, they did, absolutely. when - skyline. yes, they did, absolutely. when we l skyline. yes, they did, - absolutely. when we were doing the consultations, we went to the consultations, we went to the commission and the chairman of the royal fine art commission did not like it at all. he was apoplectic lee against it. so there were people who were against it of course. even now... even now... some people say... yes, i am sure there are some people who don't like it. you know, that is... you know, you can't have everything. is... you know, you can't have everything-— everything. there were 32 capsules _ everything. there were 32 capsules in _ everything. there were 32 capsules in all, _ everything. there were 32 i capsules in all, representing the 32 london boroughs. each of them had to be floated down the thames and installed one by one. it is one thing to actually design a structure on a piece of paper or in a computer programme, but to actually then build it on the site is a completely different set of challenges. they built the
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london eye kind of flat on the river so it was much easier to attach all the different parts of it, and once it was nearly finished, they craned it up into its final position, so some really, really construction —— clever construction —— clever construction and engineering went behind it this structure. in the last 20 years the london eye has become a minnow, overtaken by observation wheels in las singapore and dubai. but for excellent london mayor ken livingstone, it isn'tjust about the wheel. livingstone, it isn't 'ust about the wheel. people come from all over _ about the wheel. people come from all over the _ about the wheel. people come from all over the world - about the wheel. people come from all over the world to - about the wheel. people come from all over the world to be l from all over the world to be here and all over the rest of written. we have more restaurants than paris and new york, more bars, more museums, more cinemas. this is an amazing city to live in, there is so much you can do.- is so much you can do. you fou~ht is so much you can do. you fought for— is so much you can do. you fought for it _ is so much you can do. you fought for it to _ is so much you can do. you fought for it to survive. - is so much you can do. you fought for it to survive. would you fight for it to survive for the foreseeable future? it could be in here in 100 years time. they have to keep backing it up, repairing it when things go wrong. people always want to come and take the kids on this
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job and has an amazing view across the whole stretch of london. the skyline is changing all the time with dozens more skyscrapers and development. each one causing its own controversies. but now you hardly hear anything about this iconic structure to being an eyesore. not bad for something that was supposed to be torn down 15 years ago. well, stay with us. we have got lots of great stuff coming up after the break. we will be seeing how good old british fish and chips go down on a tropicaljapanese island. tropical japanese island. really good. tropicaljapanese island. really good. i think it is the actual best fish and chips i have ever had.— actual best fish and chips i have ever had. and we will be catchin: have ever had. and we will be catching up — have ever had. and we will be catching up with _ have ever had. and we will be catching up with our— have ever had. and we will be catching up with our three - have ever had. and we will be | catching up with our three hati lithuanian adventurers as their mission to cross the little frozen lake in russia draws to a close. i
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frozen lake in russia draws to a close. ., frozen lake in russia draws to a close. . ., ., ., a close. i have another idea. so don't _ a close. i have another idea. so don't go _ a close. i have another idea. so don't go away. _ the humble fish and chips is a staple of the great british diet, one i have been missing since moving from the uk 10 years ago. but i'm in luck. i had been told this traditional takeaway has finally arrived in japanese shores in the lower unlikeliest of places. i have travelled to a small island south of quinoa to try it out. we are making our way across ishigaki island, it was a 3—hour plane journey from tokyo and we are actually around 400 kilometres from the 0kinawa main island of golf. actually click it —— itself. we are actually closer to taiwan then we are to japan. so i have been to ishigaki a few times, it's an easy island getaway from
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tokyo. and while i have had a lot of good seafood here, i've never actually had reddish fish and chips. —— british. you must be sam, hi. and chips. -- british. you must be sam, hi.— and chips. -- british. you must be sam, hi. hello, nice to meet ou. so be sam, hi. hello, nice to meet yon so tell— be sam, hi. hello, nice to meet you. so tell me _ be sam, hi. hello, nice to meet you. so tell me about _ be sam, hi. hello, nice to meet you. so tell me about bonnie i you. so tell me about bonnie blue and _ you. so tell me about bonnie blue and your _ you. so tell me about bonnie blue and your business - you. so tell me about bonnie blue and your business here. j you. so tell me about bonnie - blue and your business here. we t and blue and your business here. - try and have uk sale fish and chips with beer batter, but we use 0kinawa beer and seaweed and on the chips as well. bud and on the chips as well. and what do people _ and on the chips as well. and what do people think? in - what do people think? in ishigaki people love this what do people think? i�*i ishigaki people love this and they love the deep—fried food as well. so i think it fits with the type of food people like but is also something new for people to try. but like but is also something new for people to try.— for people to try. but there was no time _ for people to try. but there was no time for _ for people to try. but there was no time for yapping. i l was no time for yapping. i needed to learn how to make this british classic before lunchtime rush arrived. so sam, what is your secret? i
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lunchtime rush arrived. so sam, what is your secret?— what is your secret? i won't tell you _ what is your secret? i won't tell you my _ what is your secret? i won't tell you my secrets, - what is your secret? i won't tell you my secrets, but - what is your secret? i won't| tell you my secrets, but you can give me a hand. this is local 0kinawa fish, it is a white fleshed fish. it is delicious. before every single order, we get fresh beer... bubbly. order, we get fresh beer... bubbl . ~ , ., order, we get fresh beer... bubbl .~ , ., , order, we get fresh beer... bubbl. , , , bubbly. why do you use fresh beer? we _ bubbly. why do you use fresh beer? we want _ bubbly. why do you use fresh beer? we want the _ bubbly. why do you use fresh beer? we want the bubbles i bubbly. why do you use fresh | beer? we want the bubbles to make it nice _ beer? we want the bubbles to make it nice and _ beer? we want the bubbles to make it nice and fresh - beer? we want the bubbles to make it nice and fresh so - beer? we want the bubbles to make it nice and fresh so that| make it nice and fresh so that when the batter goes into the oil, it is going to bubble up and be really nice and crispy, so that consistency and be really nice and crispy, so that consistency is and be really nice and crispy, so that consistency is very important, it has to bejust right. i think that is perfect. we're going to cover the fish in the batter and then as you drop it in the oil, you want to kind of brush it. a little bit, like that. iamjust i am just going to drop these chips in as well and then if you can do the other two fish. how is my brushing technique? for the first time it is ok. i
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have never done this before, wow. ii have never done this before, wow. ., have never done this before, wow. . ., ., ., ., , wow. if we have a lot of orders on, wow. if we have a lot of orders on. you're _ wow. if we have a lot of orders on. you're going _ wow. if we have a lot of orders on, you're going to _ wow. if we have a lot of orders on, you're going to have - wow. if we have a lot of orders on, you're going to have to - wow. if we have a lot of ordersj on, you're going to have to get them in there.— them in there. pick up the ace. them in there. pick up the pace- my _ them in there. pick up the pace. my first _ them in there. pick up the pace. my first ever - them in there. pick up the pace. my first ever fish . them in there. pick up the | pace. my first ever fish and chips. just what i thought it was my time for a break, i had to get to grips with another of their delicacies, a deep—fried snickers bar. yes, you heard right, a deep—fried chocolate bar. sam's wife kumi was on hand to show us how this famous scottish dish is made. can hand to show us how this famous scottish dish is made.— scottish dish is made. can you smell it? _ scottish dish is made. can you smell it? yeah, _ scottish dish is made. can you smell it? yeah, i— scottish dish is made. can you smell it? yeah, i can - scottish dish is made. can you smell it? yeah, i can smell. scottish dish is made. can you | smell it? yeah, i can smell the chocolate- _ smell it? yeah, i can smell the chocolate. it _ smell it? yeah, i can smell the chocolate. it is _ smell it? yeah, i can smell the chocolate. it is really _ chocolate. it is really bubbling. all right, a small bite, here we go. mmm. this site is a bit more gooey. and thatis site is a bit more gooey. and that is peanuts. not sure i want to get in my bikini after this. but there was no time for a quick dip or sunbathe anyway. so we have a little bit of a lunchtime rush, and i'm finding
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it a bit stressful.— it a bit stressful. fish and chi -s it a bit stressful. fish and chips please. _ it a bit stressful. fish and chips please. since - it a bit stressful. fish and chips please. since the i chips please. since the pandemic— chips please. since the pandemic a _ chips please. since the pandemic a lot - chips please. since the pandemic a lot of - chips please. since the i pandemic a lot of reddish expats have struggled to leave japan, and so it is no surprise that a taste of home is just what are after. we have a lot of orders up here, maybe about five or six fish and chips to do. seven, eight! eight orders. do you get stressed with this one shower rush?— one shower rush? no, in ishigaki _ one shower rush? no, in ishigaki everything - one shower rush? no, in ishigaki everything is - one shower rush? no, in i ishigaki everything is island time. we have the beach and everybody is happy to wait a little bit. �* , ., ., everybody is happy to wait a little bit. �*, ., ., little bit. it's got to look 'ust little bit. it's got to look just right- _ little bit. it's got to look just right. yes _ little bit. it's got to look just right. yes please. l just right. yes please. presentation - just right. yes please. presentation is - just right. yes please. - presentation is everything. this is my reputation online. i am feeling the pressure, there is a hungry hordes outside the van. i hope i am doing this right. van. i hope i am doing this riuht. ., �* ., ., van. i hope i am doing this riuht. .,�* ., .,, right. you've got to be fast! it is right. you've got to be fast! it is too _ right. you've got to be fast! it is too much! _ right. you've got to be fast! it is too much! i— right. you've got to be fast! it is too much! i can't -
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it is too much! i can't remember the chip placement. sam, you work fast, this is good. you've done this before. 0nce or twice. good. you've done this before. once or twice.— once or twice. here is your fish and — once or twice. here is your fish and chips, _ once or twice. here is your fish and chips, please - once or twice. here is your| fish and chips, please don't drop it. here you go! after all that hard graft, what customers think? i that hard graft, what customers think? ., , ~ that hard graft, what customers think? . , ~ . ,, think? i really like the chips because they _ think? i really like the chips because they have - think? i really like the chips because they have a - think? i really like the chips because they have a nice i because they have a nice texture to it. it because they have a nice texture to it.— texture to it. it is 'ust beautiful, * texture to it. it is 'ust beautiful, really, h texture to it. it isjust i beautiful, really, really texture to it. it isjust - beautiful, really, really nice. and— beautiful, really, really nice. and it— beautiful, really, really nice. and it is— beautiful, really, really nice. and it is crunchy enough. so far so and it is crunchy enough. far so good, but now for and it is crunchy enough.“ far so good, but now for the real test. the deep—fried snickers bar. real test. the deep-fried snickers bar.— snickers bar. it's lovely, isn't it- _ snickers bar. it's lovely, isn't it. did _ snickers bar. it's lovely, isn't it. did you - snickers bar. it's lovely, | isn't it. did you expected snickers bar. it's lovely, . isn't it. did you expected to be so good? _ isn't it. did you expected to be so good? no, _ isn't it. did you expected to be so good? no, i - isn't it. did you expected to be so good? no, i didn't, i be so good? no, i didn't, deep-fried _ be so good? no, i didn't, deep-fried snickers, - be so good? no, i didn't, deep-fried snickers, oh. | be so good? no, i didn't, i deep-fried snickers, oh. it's deep—fried snickers, oh. it's gorgeous! deep-fried snickers, oh. it's gorgeous!— deep-fried snickers, oh. it's unoreous! �* ., , gorgeous! but not everyone is convinced- — gorgeous! but not everyone is convinced. it's _ gorgeous! but not everyone is convinced. it's terrible! - convinced. it's terrible! laughs _ convinced. it's terrible! laughs- _ convinced. it's terrible! laughs. it's _ convinced. it's terrible! laughs. it's really, - convinced. it's terrible! i laughs. it's really, really bad. , , laughs. it's really, really bad. , ., bad. oh well, everybody loved the main course _ bad. oh well, everybody loved the main course at _ bad. oh well, everybody loved the main course at least i bad. oh well, everybody loved the main course at least and l bad. oh well, everybody loved the main course at least and i | the main course at least and i certainly enjoyed my time
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making these exotic tastes —— exotic takes on bricks classics. who would have thought to be van would have made to ireland over 6000 miles away from the uk. and people say british food doesn't travel well — well think again. next up well — well think again. next up we are headed to russia where for the past two weeks we have joined an intrepid where for the past two weeks we havejoined an intrepid trio where for the past two weeks we have joined an intrepid trio of adventurers as they make the frozen surface of lake baikal, the world's largest freshwater lake. last week we left karlous and his friends trading —30 degrees temperatures as they tried navigating an ice crack that stretched the kilometres, and they are doing it all in our open top card dating back to the soviet era. we rejoin them on the final leg of their journey. in much more
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comfortable circumstances, warning about one of the hot dotted across the lakes. —— warming up. it is only 40 kilometres to our destination. mark says we shouldn't celebrate yet, even though it is some hours of driving. we never know for sure. it is some hours of driving. we never know for sure.- is some hours of driving. we never know for sure. it is not the most _ never know for sure. it is not the most reliable _ never know for sure. it is not the most reliable car. - never know for sure. it is not the most reliable car. she i never know for sure. it is not the most reliable car. she is| the most reliable car. she is reliable. _ the most reliable car. she is reliable, but _ the most reliable car. she is reliable, but tired. - the most reliable car. she is reliable, but tired. and i reliable, but tired. and ourselves, we are not in the best condition anyway. can you sing something? sings in own language. # no woman no cry of... actually he is sleeping.
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i have even painted... laughs. good! laughs. you reall , laughs. good! laughs. you really, oh. — laughs. good! laughs. you really, oh, are _ laughs. good! laughs. you really, oh, are you _ laughs. good! laughs. you really, oh, are you happy? i am satisfied- _ really, oh, are you happy? i am satisfied- i _ really, oh, are you happy? i am satisfied. i need _ really, oh, are you happy? i am satisfied. i need to _ really, oh, are you happy? i am satisfied. i need to swim. i- really, oh, are you happy? i am satisfied. i need to swim. i am| satisfied. i need to swim. i am postponing this for already two days or something like this. please use your tools. the ice
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is about one _ please use your tools. the ice is about one metre _ please use your tools. the ice is about one metre deep. i please use your tools. the ice is about one metre deep. so i j is about one metre deep. sol make — is about one metre deep. sol make a — is about one metre deep. sol make a small mine. so fresh! i have another idea.
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ok, 0k, we have some technical issues here. one of the tubes issues here. one of the tubes is broken, and our calling liquid is gone. so basically our engineers boiling right now. i cannot recognise the distance anymore, i don't know if the camera can see the lights to show how far away it is, i don't understand. i think it is around 20, 30 kilometres. ok, so wejust it is around 20, 30 kilometres. ok, so we just have water now... water is coming. it is freezing.
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we did it! how many days, eiaht? we did it! how many days, eight? seven. _ we did it! how many days, eight? seven. 980 - we did it! how many days, i eight? seven. 980 kilometres. yes, potentially, _ eight? seven. 980 kilometres. yes, potentially, we _ eight? seven. 980 kilometres. yes, potentially, we think. i yes, potentially, we think. yeah. _ yes, potentially, we think. yeah. but _ yes, potentially, we think. yeah, but we did it. laughs. laughs. i love you guys! i had ihada i had a brilliant trip here,
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but now it is time for me to return to the mainland. we will be serving up another brilliant show for you next week, though, then: in our dubai special, lucy will be at the delayed expo 2020 where 192 lucy will be at the delayed expo 2020 where192 countries have come to present their own unique visions of the future. plus she will be visiting a truly spectacular tropical bio dome, and trying an inflatable assault course with a difference.— assault course with a difference. ,., . , assault course with a difference. . , . difference. ok, so that is a lot harder _ difference. ok, so that is a lot harder than _ difference. ok, so that is a lot harder than it _ difference. ok, so that is a lot harder than it looks. i difference. ok, so that is a lot harder than it looks. soj lot harder than it looks. so 'oin us lot harder than it looks. so join us for _ lot harder than it looks. so join us for that if you can. and don't forget we are online at bbc travel and you can catch up at bbc travel and you can catch up on any programs you might have missed, over on the bbc iplayer. but until next time, from all of us here injapan, it's goodbye.
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good morning. it's been a mild november for many of us so far, and once again on friday we were seeing temperatures peaking way above the average for the time of year. in fact, in aberdeen we saw a high of 17 degrees, and in aberdeenshire generally there was a lot of blue sky and sunshine, particularly in the morning. but let's just fast—forward a few days. all is set to change, notjust in aberdeenshire, but a cold northerly wind will bring a dramatic change to the feel of the weather, i suspect, right across the country. so get out and enjoy saturday's weather if you can, still under this influence of high pressure, still relatively mild ahead of this frontal system that's going to continue to bring some outbreaks of rain out of scotland into northern ireland, gradually drifting towards north—west england and north wales. a very weak affair by then, some scattered sharp showers tucking in behind. now, ahead of that weather front, we'll continue to see some well broken cloud with some glimpses of sunshine, with highs of 12 degrees. but behind it, those temperatures are starting to fall away, and there will be
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plenty of frequent showers with that brisk northerly wind. the real cold air, though, is set to arrive during saturday into sunday. as that weather front continues to sink its way steadily southwards, it's going to drive that northerly wind direction right across the country, and you really will notice the difference to the feel of the weather when you wake first thing on sunday morning. in fact, in rural sheltered areas of scotland, we're going to see a touch of frost. but the temperatures are going to fall away further. so on sunday, yes, there will be lots of sunshine around. but a brisk northerly wind just taking the edge off the feel of the weather. and it could drive in plenty of coastal showers from time to time, with perhaps some of those showers just filtering a little bit further inland across south—east england. top temperatures on sunday a little more subdued — 8—10 degrees as a maximum. now, as we move out of sunday into monday and tuesday, we've still got that high pressure with us. still under the blue colours, that cold air circulating around that high pressure
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with that north—westerly flow. so basically, as we go through the week, it does look likely that the colder weather is set to stay with us, perhaps not quite as cold on wednesday, and then colder still towards the end of the week. that's when we run the risk, potentially, of a few wintry showers into the far north.
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good morning. welcome to breakfast with rogerjohnson and naga munchetty. 0ur headlines today: clashes in the netherlands as covid restrictions are tightened across mainland europe. and a clampdown in austria: a full lockdown from monday and compulsory vaccinations by february. we, thejury, find the defendant, kyle h rittenhouse, not guilty. cleared of murder in the us: the teenage gunman who shot dead two people during racial unrest in 2020. president biden expresses his anger but calls for calm. good morning. there's growing concern over the safety of chinese tennis star peng shuai, whom the women's tennis association
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has still not been able to contact, and now the united nations says

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