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citizenship in a ceremony hosted by the albanian president in tirana. the singer was born in london, but her roots go back to kosovo. wendy urquhart reports. # i #igot # i got you, moonlight # i got you, moonlight # your my starlight... dua lipa is famous all over the world, and her disco pop songs have won her a clutch of awards, including three grammies, two mtv europe awards, and six brit awards. herfamily are mtv europe awards, and six brit awards. her family are coast albanians who fled team? in albanians who fled to london in the 19905 and returned briefly in 2008 - the 19905 and returned briefly in 2008 — but dua lipa has never forgotten her root5. in 2008 — but dua lipa has neverforgotten her root5. on sunday 5he neverforgotten her root5. on sunday she was welcome to tirana by the president, who presented her with albanian citizenship and said she had made her country proud. translation: it made her country proud. translation:— made her country proud. translation: it is a special leasure translation: it is a special pleasure today _ translation: it is a special pleasure today in _ translation: it is a special pleasure today in the - pleasure today in the presidency to welcome the greatest arti5t, dua lipa, and herfamily. i say a great artist, a simple girl whose

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zero—covid restrictions have been blamed for hampering people's escape and slowing the access for fire crews. whether this is true or not, it sparked waves of protests in the regional capital, urumqi. this has now spread to other cities and university campuses, as spontaneous memorial services for those who died in the fire have transformed into demonstrations calling for an end to lockdowns. translation: it's all too chaotic. - the implementation has been so messy. it's been three years already. translation: the pandemic policy is prolonging _ our suffering. this policy is neither sustainable nor scientific. this policy won't change unless we speak up. people are also blaming xi jinping personally for not changing the zero—covid approach, which is

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designed her own clothes. now she's officially albanian too. wendy urquhart, bbc news. isn't she fantastic was dua lipa my favourites. thanks for watching. hello there. november has been very mild, it's also been very wet. but as we head towards december, the weather pattern will change over the week ahead. it's going to be turning drier. it's also going to be turning colder. there may well be some mist and fog around as well. we've got a few patches of that developing already, particularly across north east england. it will be a colder start, i think, to monday morning. temperatures could be three or four degrees. there'll be a few showers around it as well. mist and fog will slowly lift during the morning. we'll see the showers fading away from scotland and northern ireland. sunshine around here. a few more showers coming in off the irish sea into west wales, south west england, and the odd one in the afternoon through the midlands and southern england. but large parts of the uk in the afternoon will be dry with some sunshine.

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hello there. november has been very mild, it's also been very wet. but as we head towards december, the weather pattern will change over the week ahead. it's going to be turning drier. it's also going to be turning colder. there may well be some mist and fog around as well. we've got a few patches of that developing already, particularly across north east england. it will be a colder start, i think, to monday morning. temperatures could be three or four degrees. there'll be a few showers around it as well. mist and fog will slowly lift during the morning. we'll see the showers fading away from scotland and northern ireland. sunshine around here. a few more showers coming in off the irish sea into west wales, south west england, and the odd one in the afternoon through the midlands and southern england. but large parts of the uk in the afternoon will be dry with some sunshine. 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.

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The Eighties

your fox network on par with the big three. are you prepared to wait that long? >> sure, i intend to live that long, but i don't believe in the 20 years. >> the reaction to murdoch's idea for a fourth network was similar to the reaction of ted turner starting cnn. it's ridiculous. what does he know about television? >> we don't think of ourselves as abc, cbs, nbc. we don't have to reach everyone. there's no question we have an inferior lineup of stations to our counterparts. it means we have to work harder to get our message across and get shows sampled. >> they had an idea that, in order to succeed, we have to differentiate ourselves from the networks. we have to do things they would not do. >> fox started throwing anything against the wall, not knowing what was going to go. first shows were things like "21 jump street." >> what exactly are we looking

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with another major hit, "roseanne." >> you think this is a magic kingdom where you just sit up here on your throne. >> oh, yeah? >> yeah, and you think everything gets done by some wonderful wizard. poof, the laundry's folded. poof, dinner's on the table. >> you want me to fix dinner? i'll fix dinner. i'm fixing dinner! >> oh, honey, you just fixed dinner three years ago. >> typical american families weren't on television for the longest time. the donna reed days, the early days, the "father knows best." hardly anybody really lived like that. that was the way advertisers wanted you to live. >> i know what just might make you feel better. >> me too, but i bet it's different list than what you got. >> the ideal situation is if you can subvert whatever common stuff is said about families and about parenting. >> what's in this, lead? >> oh, i got you kids new leg irons. >> her loudness and her unfilteredness were key to why we liked her. she was saying stuff about

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>> hey, handsome. look at that shirt. is that a power shirt or what? >> nice suit, alan. good shoulder pads. you looking to get drafted by the eagles? >> 30-somethings said we're not going to have cops, lawyers or doctors. we're just going to be about people. >> what are we doing here, why did we start this business? >> to do our thing. but right now we got two wives, three kids, four cars, two mortgages, a payroll. and that's life, pal. you be the breadwinner now. >> is that what i am? >> "30 something" is a very important show as you are going into this era of television being more introspective and more emotional. and some people weren't buying it. but for other people when they were talking about things like having kids and who is going to go back to work and some of these issues that hadn't been talked about a whole lot, it was important to people. >> i was so looking forward -- i was so looking forward to doing this. to be a grown-up for just an

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a fire which killed ten residents in xinjiang last week has prompted widespread anger in china. zero—covid restrictions have been blamed for hampering people's escape and slowing the access for fire crews. whether this is true or not, it sparked waves of protests in the regional capital, urumqi. this has now spread to other cities and university campuses, as spontaneous memorial services for those who died in the fire have transformed into demonstrations calling for an end to lockdowns. translation: it's all too chaotic. the implementation has been so messy. it's been three years already. translation: the pandemic policy is prolonging our suffering. this policy is neither sustainable nor scientific. this policy won't change unless we speak up.

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The Mehdi Hasan Show

donald trump is showing us. as fernand says, it's showing us who you are. to me, this makes a very clear. i can see the peeling away of the -- you know, pro trump supporters whose a little bit of the moderate pro trump supporter. i know, that's a little bit crazy. but i know some of these people, right? they will be turned off with a holocaust denier. they will be turned off by a meeting with ye and nick fuentes. so, to me, the republican party is clearly -- they obviously have some intelligence that three of us don't, all three of us together don't have. they see this is some kind of a winning year. it's not. it will ultimately backfire. it's misreading the room entirely. >> there is so much more to unpack. please stick with me both of you. coming up, republicans continue to attempts to punish migrants

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to make here, which is that you feel qatar is being covered in a way that other countries would not be covered. help me understand that a bit better. so i think there's three buckets of this conversation here. one is what i would call the prejudice that's in the language that is used to describe the sporting event. there is a whole sweeping narrative around it. and in fact, you kind of heard gary lineker talk about it a little bit. the language that qatar is tiny and questioning whether it is deserving of hosting a global event. and i think those are. but, ayman, it has a population of three million. it is a small country by that measure. and in the measures of its physical size too. well, if you're talking purely geographically, of course, i think he is implying that its deservedness is connected to its size. and i think that's where people sometimes, again, question

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