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the winds will be lighter. it may be a touch cooler though, although still temperatures reaching 10—11 celsius, which is on the mild side for this time of the year. but things are going to get colder. we're going to find the showers are fading away and skies will clear overnight as this ridge of high pressure builds in in time for tuesday morning. and where the skies do remain clear, there may well be a risk of frost, particularly across parts of scotland. but given all the moisture after all that rain, we're more likely to find some mist and fog forming, particularly through the midlands, perhaps even into the central belt of scotland. and that fog could linger in a few places, keeping it particularly cold. where the fog does tend to lift in across large parts of the country, there will be some sunshine coming through, and we still could see temperatures reaching 9 celsius in belfast. where it stays grey and murky, though, with that mist and low cloud, temperatures will be near 6—7 celsius. weather fronts are trying to push in from the atlantic, not making a great deal of progress. we've got the weather blocked off by that high pressure extending from scandinavia. there's still a lot of cloud

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HARDtalk

i mean, i didn't... i wasn't afraid of people and i wasn't afraid of the world. i wasn't afraid of, um... ..stepping out and having opinions about things. 0k. well, that lack of fear and stepping out is very much reflected in your work. you have a very innovative, experimentative approach to your work, and you forge figures in bronze, for instance, using animal bones and vegetable matter. mm—hm. you know? and we're looking at adam and eve from 1958, which is being shown publicly for the first time, and it depicts two figures entwined underneath a tree canopy. and you completed that whilst you were at the american academy in rome. but, you know, art critics, barbara, find it very hard to describe the genre of your work. how would you, in a nutshell, describe it? it is hard to describe. and it changed so much over

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Newsday

of wheat and its relatives stored here, and they date back to the 1700s and come from every continent apart from antarctica. and the hope is that looking back into the past can help us to produce the crops of the future. this specimen, which was collected on captain cook's first voyage to australia... oh, wow, you can see the dates, can't you? every wheat specimen is painstakingly examined and photographed, and 1,500 of them will have their genomes sequenced. because the collection spans also across time, across 300 years, we have specimens that are from before the introduction of various agricultural techniques, so they can tell us something about how wheat was growing wild, or before things like artificial fertilisers. the project will take months to complete. ah, so here we are. at thejohn innes centre, in norwich, they're also shining a light on the past.

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Newsday

few targeting the central government, and just basically nothing targeting the regime itself, saying that president xi or the ccp should step down. so this is why we have some comparisons now with 1989. there are a couple of facts i think that are causing this right now — as your introduction said, a lot of it is frustration with zero—covid, and part of it is simply that xijinping gota and part of it is simply that xijinping got a third term, which explains why some of these frustrations have been at these frustrations have been at the regime itself. in a couple other things — we had a lot of hope about lifting the restrictions about a couple of weeks ago, and the quarantines got shorter, we were kind of promise that things would get looser. and i think whenever there are rising expectations, people think things will get better and it's easy to get frustrated and dissatisfied.

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HARDtalk

but things are going to get colder. we're going to find the showers are fading away and skies will clear overnight as this ridge of high pressure builds in in time for tuesday morning. and where the skies do remain clear, there may well be a risk of frost, particularly across parts of scotland. but given all the moisture after all that rain, we're more likely to find some mist and fog forming, particularly through the midlands, perhaps even into the central belt of scotland. and that fog could linger in a few places, keeping it particularly cold. where the fog does tend to lift in across large parts of the country, there will be some sunshine coming through, and we still could see temperatures reaching 9 celsius in belfast. where it stays grey and murky, though, with that mist and low cloud, temperatures will be near 6—7 celsius. weather fronts are trying to push in from the atlantic, not making a great deal of progress. we've got the weather blocked off by that high pressure extending from scandinavia. there's still a lot of cloud on the scene on wednesday, but the fog signal is much reduced because there's maybe a little bit more of a breeze.

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BBC News

china would lift some of its restrictions which a lot of people in china see as arbitrary and cruel and leading the things like children being separated from their parents at times because that would justify the protesting works and i think that's something the party would be very concerned if that message went out that if you protest, you will get what you want from the party. i will get what you want from the .a _ ., , will get what you want from the .a . ., , ., will get what you want from the party. i was wondering if you could explain _ party. i was wondering if you could explain what _ party. i was wondering if you could explain what has - party. i was wondering if you could explain what has led i party. i was wondering if you | could explain what has led up to this because there lockdowns and isolation. but what about the vaccinations here? why aren't enough people getting vaccinated in china? i aren't enough people getting vaccinated in china?- vaccinated in china? i think the low vaccination - vaccinated in china? i think the low vaccination rate - vaccinated in china? i think the low vaccination rate is l the low vaccination rate is complicated but i think a lack of trust perhaps in the government or health authorities may have something to do with it. and also, china has not really brought him international vaccines. they may be a bit more effective

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The Mehdi Hasan Show

so many people. your family, katie, obviously, left texas to find safety in colorado, which is now healing or trying to heal from the tragedy at club q. how are you and know what doing? how are you feeling? >> you know, throughout this process of finally getting to what we thought would be the soft place to land, this safe haven it has been a constant battle of beings feeling so much better and at the same time things are feeling so much worse. with this latest tragedy, it's a reminder that there are no truly safe spaces. we need to work that much harder to take care of each other. >> do you feel safe anywhere? is that something that is possible? >> what a big question. currently, no. we recognize there are pockets of communities that have our best interests at heart and are there to be supportive and inclusive. but there is no full stop safe

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The Media Show

i think it was an editorial mistake by the bbc, because as soon as you let a presenter or a reporter paid by the bbc wear some sort of campaigning insignia, however well intentioned, in that case, you open a whole set of precedents about people wearing charity logos or campaigning logos for a whole set of other things. so i think the editors and producers should not have allowed that. i suppose the counter is there are some issues on which there are no two sides, that this is something that someone on air should be able to express. yes, but would you have armbands for iran or cancer or a particular charity? her cause is great and i can entirely see why alex wanted to do it and i agree with her on a personal level. ijust think you can't have, i mean, you at the moment, ros, do not have an arm band supporting anything on this programme. and i think that's right. you are impartial and once you start wearing one armband you can wear any number. and it's not a great editorial idea. and finally to you, ayman, do you have a position on simply when you should fit into sport generally? do you think sport is escapism for all of us and regardless of where it's taking place, then you should stick to where the news belongs and leave the action alone

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The Eighties

accept that very easily in a tv hour. and even before the '80s were out, it's like, okay, i get it. so it's like, all right, what are the rules now? >> what are you doing? >> i'm doing what i should have done all along. what i wanted to do originally. what i should have done last night. stop that, david. i'm calling the police, david. hello, police? >> the networks realized there was an audience looking for something less predictable than traditional primetime fare. >> "moonlighting" was another of those shows that said, okay, i've seen the formulas that we've had up to here, let's do different things. >> hello. >> hello. >> we're looking a little pale today, aren't we? who have we here? >> i don't know. >> "moonlighting" was a really experimental show. they had a shakespeare episode, they had a black and white episode. they did a musical episode. they tried a lot of different stuff. >> i don't give a flying fig about the lines in my face, the crows' feet by my eyes, or the

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Life Liberty Levin

you have to reach down deeply in your faith when you came under attack, they did not treat you like jen psaki. >> oh, i did. you look at things that they would ask, any of the reporters, they were absurd questions, i went back and i was watching a briefing, i am flipping through pages in my binder, i was asked a question by a quote, unquote serious reporter, is the president glad that the south lost the civil war to which you could see me stop flipping the pages and look up, bemused by this question, i said there is no such thing as a dumb question but that was dumb, i was asked a lot of questions, with shouting over mias a spoke, interesting to difference, jen psaki, someone shouted over her and the white house press got program and said,

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