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a possible answer to one of the great mysteries of the second world war. time for a look at the weather, here's matt taylor. good evening. the first full moon of the year tonight. here it was rising a short while ago to the east of london behind the telecom tower and most of you will get to see it if you look south eastwards. the clear skies allow that view but it is the same clear sky which makes the warmth disappear and temperatures will plummet to a widespread frost tonight, with the exception of more breeds and parts of western scotland and northern ireland. and as 5 or —6 in parts of rural england where we are most likely to see fog tomorrow morning for the bear that in mind for your journey morning for the bear that in mind for yourjourney to work. that morning for the bear that in mind for your journey to work. that will be hanging around during the morning commute. elsewhere, frosty but sunny start, cloud in the west of scotland and northern ireland. cloud amounts generally increasing through the day from the south and west but some
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particularly across northern england will stick with sunny skies that are breezy across the north west of scotland but for the south and east where winds are lighter after the lingering fog, around 5 celsius by the time when the afternoon. as we go into the evening, the fog are temporarily returning but it is the north where we see the rain started to become more of a feature particularly the second front and its behind that we will see some strong winds but also much colder air, that colder air will push southwards across almost all parts as we go through wednesday. it is this zone here, cloud and outbreaks of rain from scotland, northern england and parts of wales initially. as it moves south, one a two shows, mostly dry, lots of sunshine through the rest of wednesday, but breezy and feeling cold with showers in the north and west, just to celsius in lerwick, io west, just to celsius in lerwick, 10 in cardiff. a frosty starter thursday but are dry and bright day for many. should be staying dry into the weekend with high pressure in the weekend with high pressure in the south, the risk of frost and fog by night. you can check on the
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details where you are you also get an expectation —— an expression of that full moon. that's all from the bbc news at six, so it's goodbye from me, and on bbc one we nowjoin the bbc�*s news teams where you are. bye for now. hello and welcome to sportsday. coming up on the programme... the australian open is under way in melbourne, but the men's british number one, cameron norrie, is dumped out in the first round. the action is under way, but the world number one is back in serbia. novak djokovic's visa draws to a close. could a return to everton be on the cards for roberto martinez? after sacking rafa benitez, the club have approached the belgian fa. also coming up in the programme, what next for england's test team
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after another humiliation in the ashes in australia? and as organisers confirm there will be no winter olympics tickets on sale to the public in china, we get the thoughts of one of the best chances at a medal. hello and you're very welcome along to sportsday. the australian open is finally under way after a build—up like no other. we'll be in belgrade shortly with novak djokovic landing back in serbia — but on court in melbourne, it wasn't a good start for british hopes. cameron norrie was knocked out in the first round. the british men's number one, who was seeded 12th, lost in straight sets to american rising star sebastian korda. norrie looked a shadow of the player who enjoyed a steady rise up
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the rankings in 2021. he lost in straight sets. joe wilson reports. time to focus on who's actually playing in melbourne. albeit in the case of cameron norrie, all too briefly. the top—ranked british man is at the top of the picture. sebastian korda was playing having tested positive for covid, on his arrival in australia.— arrival in australia. simply brilliant. _ arrival in australia. simply brilliant. he _ arrival in australia. simply brilliant. he kept - arrival in australia. simply brilliant. he kept to - arrival in australia. simply brilliant. he kept to a - arrival in australia. simply - brilliant. he kept to a quarantine hotel. brilliant. he kept to a quarantine hotel- even _ brilliant. he kept to a quarantine hotel. even posted _ brilliant. he kept to a quarantine hotel. even posted a _ brilliant. he kept to a quarantine hotel. even posted a video - brilliant. he kept to a quarantine hotel. even posted a video of. hotel. even posted a video of himself practising there. or trying to. well, norrie described his performance in this match as so disappointing. 6—0 the second. he had been outstanding last year. ranked 12 in the world. norrie had covid last month, but that he was fine physically. in the third set, he couldn't take opportunities. sums
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u . he couldn't take opportunities. sums u- his da . he couldn't take opportunities. sums up his day- 6-4 _ he couldn't take opportunities. sums up his day. 6-4 soon _ he couldn't take opportunities. sums up his day. 6-4 soon followed. - he couldn't take opportunities. sums| up his day. 6-4 soon followed. korda with extensive _ up his day. 6-4 soon followed. korda with extensive potential. _ up his day. 6-4 soon followed. korda with extensive potential. his - with extensive potential. his celebration mimicked his father's, who won the australian open in the 90s, so cameron norrie gone, raducanu most notably will hope for more tomorrow. joe wilson, bbc news. plenty of straightforward wins for most of the big names. naomi osaka sailed through. there was also a first round win for rafael nadal. drew savage wraps up the best of the rest. pleased to be back in melbourne. naomi osaka says she's got a little unfinished pistons. —— business. she took first set against camila osorio, the world number 50, 6—3. the second set and the
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match soon followed. job done. osaka is seeded 13th this year after last yea r�*s struggles with her mental health, but seems to be enjoying defending her title so far. i'm not sure if it's the heat. i really like hot conditions, but i just also feel like whenever i come here, everyone's so warm and welcoming. i'm sure that has... i guess you can clap for yourself. cheering ash barty swept aside lesia tsurenko 6—0, 6—1. the world number one and number one seed took less than an hour to reach the second round, the australian happy to enjoy the experience of performing at her home grand slam. being able to enjoy the moment for what it_ being able to enjoy the moment for what it is_ being able to enjoy the moment for what it is help me get the most out of it _ what it is help me get the most out of it i_ what it is help me get the most out of it i think— what it is help me get the most out of it. i think i've been able to do that better the last few years. and that better the last few years. and that is_ that better the last few years. and that is a _ that better the last few years. and that is a reflection of the people around — that is a reflection of the people around me. and rafael nadal also had
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a straightforward first round against marcos giron — 6—1, 6—4, 6—2. after five months out with a foot injury and recovering from covid, he took his first steps towards a men's record 21st grand slam title. drew savage, bbc news. well, as we know, the tournament got under way without the men's world's number one. novak djokovic was deported from australia after losing a visa battle that centred on the fact he is unvaccinated. so, what did the fans in melbourne think about djokovic's absence? it's unfortunate that he had his visa cancel for what i don't think is appropriate, but he probably shouldn't been allowed in the first place. shouldn't been allowed in the first lace. �* . ., ., shouldn't been allowed in the first lace. v ., ., ., shouldn't been allowed in the first lace. v ., . ., ., shouldn't been allowed in the first lace. �*, ., ., ., ., ., place. it's unfortunate to have an athlete not _ place. it's unfortunate to have an athlete not compete, _ place. it's unfortunate to have an athlete not compete, but - place. it's unfortunate to have an athlete not compete, but under. place. it's unfortunate to have an i athlete not compete, but under the circumstances, i think the decision has been _ circumstances, i think the decision has been made appropriately, and australians are happier to see that decision_ australians are happier to see that decision be made. the tournament
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will move on _ decision be made. the tournament will move on and _ decision be made. the tournament will move on and there _ decision be made. the tournament will move on and there will - decision be made. the tournament will move on and there will be - decision be made. the tournamentl will move on and there will be great storylines— will move on and there will be great storytines and — will move on and there will be great storylines and great _ will move on and there will be great storylines and great matches. - will move on and there will be great storylines and great matches. it's. storylines and great matches. it's not like _ storylines and great matches. it's not like it's— storylines and great matches. it's not like it's the _ storylines and great matches. it's not like it's the first _ storylines and great matches. it's not like it's the first time - storylines and great matches. it's not like it's the first time i - not like it's the first time i tournament— not like it's the first time i tournament has— not like it's the first time i tournament has missed i not like it's the first time i . tournament has missed best not like it's the first time i _ tournament has missed best players. people _ tournament has missed best players. people are _ tournament has missed best players. people are injured, _ tournament has missed best players. people are injured, people _ tournament has missed best players. people are injured, people can't - people are injured, people can't come _ people are injured, people can't come for— people are injured, people can't come for other— people are injured, people can't come for other reasons, - people are injured, people can't come for other reasons, so - people are injured, people can't come for other reasons, so i'ml people are injured, people can't - come for other reasons, so i'm sure it'll be _ come for other reasons, so i'm sure it'll be fine — well, djokovic has arrived back in serbia after being deported. he arrived back in belgrade after changing flights in dubai. he's been getting a much warmer reception in his home country. this is a big shame for australia, for their people, for their politicians. i think they should all be ashamed of themselves, and i think novak will rise from this like a phoenix. he will be greater than ever. they don't know what they did to him. let's go live to belgrade now and speak to the bbc�*s sport editor, dan roan, who's there for us. dan, give us a sense of firstly of
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what it's been like today and what exactly has happened at. evening, sarah. well, _ exactly has happened at. evening, sarah. well, no _ exactly has happened at. evening, sarah. well, no sign _ exactly has happened at. evening, sarah. well, no sign of— exactly has happened at. evening, sarah. well, no sign of novak - exactly has happened at. evening, sarah. well, no sign of novak so l sarah. well, no sign of novak so far. he swerved the awaiting media and the small band of fans who were waiting for him at the airport. he landed on a flight from dubai and used a diplomatic lane to get through the airport. he was picked up through the airport. he was picked up by through the airport. he was picked up by his brother, and he is now keeping a low profile. we think in his luxury apartment here in the city centre. he issued a brief statement after losing that legal battle against the australian government, which ensured that he would be deported, saying he was disappointed and regretted the fact that so much focus and attention has shifted onto him and away from the tournament. i think he will try and maintain some silence in the next few days. certainly, there's no
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prospect of any kind of reception or orchestrated event. politicians expressed their outrage, same with members of his family. and he retains the support, he really is a national hero and his popularity is unwavering here despite the controversy of this 12 day legal saga. but it will take some recovering from, as it must�*ve taken a lot out of him. i think he will try now tojust a lot out of him. i think he will try now to just recover, and then see if he can prepare for his next tournament, wherever that will be. that's the interesting question. where attentions will likely turn. we know the french open may well have some very strict rules around vaccinations. have some very strict rules around vaccinations-_ vaccinations. that's right. earlier in the month. — vaccinations. that's right. earlier in the month, the _ vaccinations. that's right. earlier in the month, the french - vaccinations. that's right. earlier in the month, the french sportsl in the month, the french sports minister suggested he wouldn't face an issue even if you remain unvaccinated. when the french open begins. he will of course still be
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hoping that he can defend his title. he wanted the second time. but today, there was suggestions in the french government that would change —— he won the second time. it would require all athletes to be vaccinated if they want to compete in public arenas, and even though this incredible saga, one of the most dramatic stories that tennis has seen, one that sparks global debates about vaccination policy, appears to be over for now. there are real signs that there could be more issues, more trouble for novak djokovic because of his stance going forward, including in the second major tournament of the year. dan roan, major tournament of the year. dan roan. live — major tournament of the year. dan roan. live in _ major tournament of the year. dan roan, live in belgrade, thank you for your time. football now, everton are interested in belgium manager roberto martinez returning to the club and have made initial contact with the belgian football association. belgium are reluctant to lose the spaniard, a8,
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with the world cup in qatar in november and believe they will retain his services. patrick gearey have delayed us. the writing was on the balance. the defeat node norwich was ever ten�*s night loss, and at the end of a strange chapter in their history. rafa bonita has admitted he had missed duds the past, and part of that was rooted in history. this is liverpool's minister for six years, so will be uphill from the start as ever ten boss —— liverpool manager. they now sits 16th in the table. the public have just sold luca dean last month, after dismissing marcel
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brown. the focus moves up to the owner. it brown. the focus moves up to the owner. . . . . brown. the focus moves up to the owner. , , ., , ., owner. it seems as though the season never reallv — owner. it seems as though the season never really ends. _ owner. it seems as though the season never really ends. i _ owner. it seems as though the season never really ends. i think _ owner. it seems as though the season never really ends. i think most - owner. it seems as though the season never really ends. i think most of - never really ends. i think most of this ultimately leads back to mush erie. i think this is probably one of... in terms of questioning him for everything will... he of... in terms of questioning him for everything will. . ._ for everything will... he knows where he _ for everything will... he knows where he wants _ for everything will... he knows where he wants to _ for everything will... he knows where he wants to take - for everything will... he knows i where he wants to take everton, for everything will... he knows - where he wants to take everton, to this site on liverpool docks, where their new stadium will be built. he's spent big on the footballing side, but here, the direction is less clear. should they now point an old boy like wayne rooney or an old boss like roberto martinez? there may be no right answer. it’s boss like roberto martinez? there may be no right answer.— may be no right answer. it's not rroin to may be no right answer. it's not going to be _ may be no right answer. it's not going to be an _ may be no right answer. it's not going to be an easy _ may be no right answer. it's not going to be an easy gig - may be no right answer. it's not going to be an easy gig for- may be no right answer. it's not. going to be an easy gig for anyone. the simple — going to be an easy gig for anyone. the simple thing they know now his previous— the simple thing they know now his previous managers had the pleasure of knowing _ previous managers had the pleasure of knowing this season is about survival — of knowing this season is about survival it— of knowing this season is about survival. if they survive the
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season, _ survival. if they survive the season, and then start to go again, inanv_ season, and then start to go again, in any given— season, and then start to go again, in any given time, they have a chance — in any given time, they have a chance. a, , ., j chance. martinez is the man they've approached — chance. martinez is the man they've approached first. _ chance. martinez is the man they've approached first. he's _ chance. martinez is the man they've approached first. he's been - chance. martinez is the man they'vel approached first. he's been coaching belgium, arranged as the best national team in the world. remember how it ended last time. sacked at everton, even new stars can have an echo. patrick gearey, bbc news. burnley have asked to postpone tomorrow's premier league game at home to watford because of a high number of injuries and covid—i9 cases in the squad. the fixture was originally due to be played in december but was called off because of an outbreak at watford. if it's postponed, it will be the 22nd top flight game to be rescheduled because of the pandemic, which has caused a lot of talk about how football can continue in this way. i think it's very difficult for the premier league. they keep referring back to the fact that clubs need 13 players plus a goalkeeper, and then they should play the games. then people start talking about injuries
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in addition to covid, and also, international calls. one of the issues the premier league are wrestling with which managers have raised is because players are out with covid, that was an increased responsibility almost on the players who are fit. they have to play more games and are at risk of injury, so that comes into the equation. the premier league also say that for all the games that have been called off, there are a similar number who don't get called off, and it's about whether you fit the criteria or not. we've clearly been in a situation in some point in this season where lots of teams have got lots of games to play with no obvious place where to go. simon stone, and there is more on that story on the football news show available to watch right now.
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it was all eyes on group a at the africa cup of nations today, with qualification on offer for the knockout stages. cameroon were hoping to finish with a 100% record. they took a first half lead against cape verde thanks to vincent abouba kar. but they had to settle for a draw after garry rodrigues equalised. it was enough for cameroon to win the group though. burkina faso will face the group c runners—up. after they finished second. thanks to a 1—1 draw. ethiopians equaliser secure their only point of the tournament as they finished the bottom of group a. let's have a quick look at some of the other stories making the news today. former tottenham midfielder christian eriksen could return to the premier league, with brentford interested in signing him. eriksen had to leave inter milan because serie a don't allow players to play if they've got implanted defibrillators like the one he has after his cardiac
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arrest at euro 2020. full crowds return to outdoor sporting events in scotland today after covid restrictions limiting numbers to 500 people were eased. and the scottish premiership returns this evening with celtic hosting hibs, celtic six points behind leaders rangers. three—time paralympic three—time pa ralympic medallist continued three—time paralympic medallist continued her preparations for march's beijing games. she won the super combined visually impaired title. after another humiliating defeat, england's ashes tour is finally over. they lost inside three days in the final test in tasmania to leave the country on the wrong end of a a—nil scoreline. the result will no doubt leave much soul searching among the players, but also real concern among those who run english cricket about the deterioration of england's test side.
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here are the thoughts of their head coach, chris silverwood. we need to somehow find a way of gaining championship throughout the year, so back when i was playing, all the way through the end, during the middle of the summer the wickets flatten out. somehow, we have to make it out. i think by me speaking out about it, hopefully it will get us around the table. and find a way, find a plan of fitting this into the schedule. give these guys a platform to learn the trade and become better at building a new partnership. we need a platform for them to do that, and i think that's one of the changes that we need to sit down and talk about — how do we get that into county cricket? giving them an opportunity. you can question
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whether or not these guys have an opportunity within the domestic game. to learn the skills they need to comprehend this level. i would hope the counties want to do that, and secondly, something that needs to be discussed and discussed harder about what other solutions... i've got no particular one right now, but i think it's something that we have to sit down and have a real robust conversation about and find a way. interesting to hear. well, i'm delighted to say that we can speak to the former england coach, paul farbrace, now. paul, such a disappointing tour for england and interesting to hear chris silverwood say that first class cricket needs to be played more extensively and through the middle of the summer. a lot of interest in the county structure and whether it's working or not. what are your thoughts on that? , .,, ., ., ., that? every time we lose a ma'or series, that? every time we lose a ma'or we — that? every time we lose a ma'or series, we have i that? every time we lose a ma'or series, we have massive that? every time we lose a major| series, we have massive inquests that? every time we lose a major i series, we have massive inquests in the game in england. very often,
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county cricket is the butter of all the issues. and i don't believe that county cricket is the only issue. i think there's a lot of issues he's sorting out. i think county cricket has produced a lot of good players over many, many years. i don't think the pictures are as bad as everyone talks about. it's not ideal, and the two areas we're very short in in this country and in terms of producing our spin bowlers and opening batters. they're the stuff is —— the toughest. there is some merit. i think we do need to look at the game as a whole, and i think we're all responsible for the good of the england test team because we want england to play well. we want england to compete and we want england to compete and we want england to compete and we want england to win the ashes back and when test matches.— england to win the ashes back and when test matches. looking at the issues, when test matches. looking at the issues. where _ when test matches. looking at the issues, where would _ when test matches. looking at the issues, where would you _ when test matches. looking at the issues, where would you put - when test matches. looking at the i issues, where would you put coaching in the level of coaching in the ——
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that the players are receiving? i think coaching is a whole, and i count myself, i think we need to look at ourselves as a group of coaches. i think we've got quite lazy in our coaching, and i believe we've made it very easy to play to perform with techniques aren't good enough. that's a huge part of it. i'm not pointing a finger at the england coaching team and saying they're lazy, but there's a lot of players having improved in a numbers of games. that's quite disappointing. i was involved as assistant coach when we lost in australia, and everything we said then, having lost that series 4—0, saying exactly the same now. we're not learning as a team, as a country, as a nation. we aren't learning our lessons because we can't keep saying the same things every four years. that is just madness. so, there's a lot of things we need to address. i think coaching is one of them and i think we need
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to start getting good basic techniques into our young players from an early age, giving them the best chance. let's not point the finger at county cricket, let's look at it and a lot of other things that need to improve.— need to improve. paul, i really appreciate your _ need to improve. paul, i really appreciate your time _ need to improve. paul, i really appreciate your time with - need to improve. paul, i really appreciate your time with us i need to improve. paul, i really - appreciate your time with us here. really interesting to get your thoughts. paul barber. the rugby world has been responding to this tsunami in tonga. communications have been badly damaged. wasps player had taken to social media to offer his condolences. he has tried to contact family and hadn't had any communication. he wants to send goods and food supplies from auckland in new zealand to tonga and is looking for help.
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i've seen images of houses, i saw one of— i've seen images of houses, i saw one of a _ i've seen images of houses, i saw one of a car _ i've seen images of houses, i saw one of a car. as they ran back in, the waves were coming in. so, it's pretty— the waves were coming in. so, it's pretty hard to watch, but, you know, tough _ pretty hard to watch, but, you know, tough weekm — pretty hard to watch, but, you know, tough week... i probably will donate something — tough week... i probably will donate something. 0r tough week... i probably will donate something. or do something to raise money, _ something. or do something to raise money, so _ something. or do something to raise money, so i — something. or do something to raise money, so i think it's a nice gesture _ money, so i think it's a nice gesture to _ money, so i think it's a nice gesture to help my people out. with less than three weeks to go to the start of the winter olympics in beijing, organisers of the games have cancelled plans to sell tickets to the general public as part of strict covid—19 restrictions. we already knew there would be no international spectators and tickets will now be given to invited groups only. curling is always one of the big medal hopes for team gb, and this games will be no different. eve muirhead won bronze in sochi,
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and a short while ago, she told me how the preparations have gone for her and the team. we were lucky enough to get the chance to play the european championships a few months back, and we actually came out on top. i was pretty nervous going into that event because, just like you say, we didn't know where we sat with other countries. but i think we proved we were capable of beating all the best teams in the world, and we had the olympic qualifier a few weeks later. we also came up on top there. so i think we are sitting at a good place in comparison to other countries, but it's the olympic games, and that a week at that anything can really happen. but it's very, very high confidence within the team going into beijing. bind confidence within the team going into ltoiling-— confidence within the team going into bei'inu. �* ~' ., into bei'ing. and i know there will be into beijing. and i know there will be a lot of people _ into beijing. and i know there will be a lot of people watching - into beijing. and i know there will be a lot of people watching at - into beijing. and i know there will l be a lot of people watching at home who know every four years, they get so into the sport of curling, and you have so much success previously in terms of medals and moments of
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excitement. i wonder how important it is, the funding you receive, in order to compete at the very top. the funding we receive let's us compete, and the national lottery and the government have put in about 32 million into winter sports. this cycle in beijing for the olympics and paralympic games. without that funding, we definitely wouldn't be in a position we are in today. it allows us to chase our dreams, it allows us to chase our dreams, it allows us to go to beijing and really be in the top platform, so it helps us so much. huge thank you to national lottery. latte helps us so much. huge thank you to national lottery.— national lottery. we had the news that there will _ national lottery. we had the news that there will be _ national lottery. we had the news that there will be no _ national lottery. we had the news that there will be no general - that there will be no general tickets on sale. we knew that international spectators wouldn't be attending the games, and now they're going to be invited guests. what do you think the atmosphere will be
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like? i you think the atmosphere will be like? ~' you think the atmosphere will be like? ~ ., .,, , , like? i think the atmosphere is auoin to like? i think the atmosphere is going to be — like? i think the atmosphere is going to be very _ like? i think the atmosphere is going to be very different - like? i think the atmosphere is going to be very different in i going to be very different in comparison to what i've been use to in the last three olympic games. if we go back to vancouver 2010, the stadium was packed. same in sochi and pee on chain. —— pyong. we are lucky we experience that already. so, when you're on the ice, i think that's all you can do, is focus on your game and you really forget about the crowd. it might be nice without too much noise. we'vejust got to deal with what ever situations are thrown at us. ease situations are thrown at us. eve muirhead there. _ we will have all the turns from the winter olympics. they get under way
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in about three weeks. a reminder of our top story — cameron norrie is out of the australian open in the opening round, and a little bit later tonight, andy murray and mri do condo will be an action. that's all from sportsday. have a lovely evening. —— emma raducanu. good evening. it's been a classic january winter day today. we started off cold, foggy and frosty in many places. but there was some beautiful blue sky and sunshine notjust in west berkshire, fairly widespread across the country. we did have a little bit of fair weather cloud, but elsewhere, it was all about the sunshine. some sparkling blue skies out there. all courtesy of this area
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of high pressure, and it will stay with us for the next few days. bit more of a breeze, a weather front knocking on the door. with those clear skies continuing, the fog is set to reform across central and eastern england and we're likely to see those temperatures falling away quite sharply here in towns and city centres. maybe as low as minus five degrees. that brings with it an issue with fog, some of it dance. that is worth area in mind —— dense. in one or two places, the fog could linger, and those temperatures could be a bit subdued. a south—westerly flow will drive in more cloud out to the west, and we will see outbreaks of rain into western scotland and northern ireland. those weather fronts will continue to push their way steadily south and east, so as we move into wednesday, we will see a change of fortunes for england and
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wales. some showery outbreaks of rain drifting their way southwards, a northerly wind kicks in behind, cleaner, clearerair. more sunshine, but some of those showers could be increasingly wintry. a colder day in scotland as we go through the afternoon. out of wednesday into thursday, still high pressure dominating the story, but standing out on the atlantic. that means that cold northerly flow through the north sea will be more of a feature, so it is going to be a cold start to thursday morning. widespread cold across the country, potentially on thursday. and we keep that keen wind driving in more cloud, making it feel quite raw. some sunshine further inland, a little bit more moisture out to the west. the temperatures may well struggle on the east coast, it or 5 degrees at the east coast, it or 5 degrees at the best. take care.
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hello, i'm ros atkins, this is outside source. a huge ash cloud has engulfed after saturday's volcanic eruption and tsunami. the volcano erupted underwater, satellite images suggest some areas have been completely submerged. the shock waves were so powerful they without all the way to the us. the extent of the destruction is not yet known. in the uk nadine dorries has frozen the bbc�*s licence for two years. claims is to help host budgets and not a political attack. latte is to help host budgets and not a political attack.— political attack. we simply could not 'usti political attack. we simply could
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not justify that _ political attack. we simply could not justify that pressure - political attack. we simply could not justify that pressure on i political attack. we simply could notjustify that pressure on the i

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