BBC Radio Ulster
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Sunday's Ulster championship quarterfinals that's against dairy the Derby at Celtic Park the car and has a hamstring injury why won't my home in nursing a quad muscle problems Defender Padraig hampsey midfielder inconel McCann and the attacker Kieran mcgeary Vale and first Championship starts Terry balls Damian Barton he isn't concerned that the red hands have the upper hand in recent meetings every day glad you've got to perform trawler have to perform against us obviously where start the second favourite we certainly will have to put in a big performers to beat them and that's the beauty of sport is it a challenge and unless you're going to rise to the challenge recognise it reacted I don't think there's any point you being there so I will looking forward to the game you know that it doesn't matter the 7 times in urine have two years.
BBC Radio Wales
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BBC Radio Scotland
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it's over 30 lean back over from the Cheshire Forest who was killed all suite in the blast knows beauty Manchester police's Chaplin Charles never spoke after the minutes silence we come join together for different traditions when is it understands that different cultures to remind herself apart of a great city and this must United not divided and so I hope that we reflect as we look forward remembering will we be but also we can be and the great strange that's within the City of Manchester so in that silence please both members of it would also love to our future but that will not be bored or effected or in any way destroyed by the evil has taken place here in Manchester no is the police investigation continues the.
BBC Radio Ulster
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has operations on both sides of the border and a private road between them so it's interesting when we talk about changes to this invisible border what does outgoing mean for things that private land for employers they might concern is whether it's to do with movement of the goods or services or even their staff I think there's a lot of questions that were going to be talking about trying to hear the sound of birdsong getting louder and louder forgot to capture the beauty of where we are just at the moment but no date of the next couple of hours just so we managed to convey that is burstly possibly can lots of guests coming onto the programme the owners of a caravan park here talking about what the European Union has done for this area in recent years no concerns going forward I so isn't that support forthcoming it will also be at looking update the papers and the Year full amount of imports report of a hero shortly to talk through WhatsApp.
BBC Radio London
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is Exeter I think it meant for the people who are suffering from those perpetrating those eggs at that I don't know but I know that if you see something if you hear something and you see a picture it becomes much more emotional and it is different it is different when I see my little children's scrambling over cheers screaming trying to escape when you read the reports of people who are bolts and nuts coming out of them lying on the floor not Known with their parents or when parents can't find their children when you're following on Facebook on Snapchat on Twitter when you hear reports about people random acts of kindness and beauty people going to but it's different it's different I get that I understand and sadly we talk about all the stories that you've talked about everyday.
BBC Radio Wales
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beauty Holborn for some time and also he's concerned that he was not acting alone that's been expressed by the Home Secretary Amber Rudd and supported by the BBC security correspondent Frank Gardner who said the belief is the bomber may have been a mule so using an explosive devices somebody else built so you know the hunt really is on for anyone connected to this would hurt more about the victims today yes absolutely sadly we are getting more and more named as the hours pass them on the latest victims to be identified by Eisenhower and Lisa's Leeds from Oldham friends you were at that concert to pick up children we learnt about Martin head from to Stockport at 29 years old and Kelly Brewster from Sheffield who was 32 we've also heard that an off-duty police officer killed that person has not been named yet but it's been.
BBC Radio London
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start your message with a word London BBC Radio London afternoon to Eunice brightened up warm beautiful day and it is a day that we sit away reflect at what happened on Monday night those stories coming in those individual stories of people who went to pick up the children who were caught up in the blast children who never came home people who was frantically looking for families and you against that we see random acts of Beauty and kindness at that makes us have a kind of a renewed faith in humanity today I'd like to talk and I come kind of with a blank page really I haven't set up lots and lots of guess we can do that after 5 o'clock the first hour is wrong with me talk to you and I in London we talk we talked about how we feel we get those.
BBC Radio Scotland
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used to this country and western music that's in your country I think you speak to do that it's chicken to use intelligence to find people are connected to and you take it up the government contribution 301 I said why not nails and beauty she's Alice Capri 400 people that we don't need two people have not committed crimes under.
BBC Radio Scotland
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beauty services I mean is there a bit of a blue Pool there a wee bit baggy around that for the security stinks because he was initiating this atrocity but I do it again I think we need perspective would difficulty here it is that we lose sight of the multiple interventions for the Security Services of May 10th attacks like this I'm not surprised if he is how effective they actually are at preventing them I told her yesterday and the last star in the last day recent period if multiple interventions by the security services that have prevented attacks like this and Anna Security Services are being very effective but there is of course an important debate up for it here that one of the issues coming out of this is the extent to which the police service have.
BBC Radio Ulster
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sitting on the Antrim coast road Tyne tomorrow morning I didn't know it was going to be sunny today lots of blue sky very little cloud just Fairweather Clyde and it looks like being the warmest day of the year so far temperature is generally opera 22 and maybe up to 24 or 25 in parts of the West still warm on Friday but but then we may start to see a little bit of a breakdown folk music is used in Netball Club is a place where you will find music you know and you find new music um and I think that's the beauty of folk music that ever changing every developer Ubuntu forming on time so so so I'm here at the minute bug Club with me to be able to celebrate Sundays at 7 and half.
BBC Radio Scotland
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not respond to that and they seem to be very determined it's going to be the Marks and Spencer's way and some observations on a constant basis in that stars they're not winning the customers that they need to get all the Harvard of amazement shake up and bring in the Halfords chief executive Jill McDonald she's going to attempt to turn around the closing business and home and beauty and I shall I need time to bed in office of it it's at it's a big ask it's a huge ass a previous work at Halfords and certainly also from Brands like fast-moving consumer goods is going to have relevance to what customers want but when you working with textiles can often be imported taking months if not used to build relationships and change in the fashion that's not the instantaneous answer they need their they need a whole set of experts from Brands are doing brilliant I am High Street to teach them what they do in an and teach them well it's just.
BBC Radio Scotland
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why is much as 13% to 593 million lbs the M&S has recently posted the chief executive of Halfords Jill McDonald still leader try to leave the turn around and it's clothing business she's been accepted into the new role of managing director for clothing home and beauty to joining in the autumn of this year but it's also named about respect to format ASDA boys Archie Norman as it's new chairman that's from September this year so that's all the speculation about where M&S might be later this morning here we all are still to be revealed and details later on this morning ok and they what's making the stories of this page is Emily button head of the shears Inn in division this is the global CCTV specialist search by more than 11% yesterday in Trivial plans to buy back up to 5% of its shares never smoke comes out of the board highlighted the difference between its protection.
BBC Radio Wales
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station because I kept me safe I feel terrible about it now and I've reached out to all of them and some have accepted and some have not and so I know what that side of the spectrum feels like as well and I think one of the things that people don't consider about bullying is that it's isolation on both ends but I only ever always continue to be a balancing act that has less to do with pain and more to do with beauty when we did to this day I think the idea for me was that it would reach the people that it needed to reach that point I did not realise there is so many of us and I was very eye-opening and it's very validating to know that there's so many of us collecting a lot of the times are paying stems from.
BBC Radio Wales
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I'm standing with a group of people moving into a tree and there you go again more shots being fired behind us and it's more shops getting hot liquid running down the street who is the minister of Communications mutiny will have no effect on the economy but that's not what everyone thinks you're Louisville is a former commerce minister of big business community suddenly is thinking but behind the beauty of the numbers still steal something shoes that are not taken care darling in Africa percent since 2012 but the economies already been hit hard by promising cocoa prices.
BBC Radio Wales
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Mr Arena last night it's been named by police has 22 year old salamander beauty the weather dry and mostly cloudy tonight but feeling mild loads of 11 Celsius 51 Fahrenheit tomorrow cloudy to start the dance and brighter sunny spells will develop throughout the day and age of 23 Celsius or 55 Fahrenheit is my fucking the travel time between Newcastle Emlyn and cannot wait for 8:40 mains close following a collision public is Thomas Street the against the on Internet easily 4766 still extremely slow going heading Western to Swansea long baby away from the University campus in towards the city centre Bay for 119 North towards Talbot Green N4 it slow wait until the brynglas tunnels at the Thomas strictly blocked off at the moment due to a Spanish for 15.
BBC Radio Scotland
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is Manchester a great and powerful tea with which so many people in Scotland share a Corsa Finnerty but first Gillian Filan has the latest BBC news then he can lead to suicide bombing in Manchester last night and which 22 people were murdered has been named in the past ever by police he was 22 year old soar Manor beauty BBC has learnt that he was born in Manchester and his family came from Libya a 23 year old man has been arrested as part of the investigation police have also carried out and read sent to addresses in the state of the city Greater Manchester Chief Constable Ian Hopkins we disappear in the past hour we understand the feelings are very low right now and that people are found to be looking for answers.
BBC Radio London
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more perhaps another because we know that many of those who certainly some of those who died and many of those were injured one imagines are in the children this is a I'm a weirdo Quinn out of words to describe The Horror of Beauty Them To Me 2 months ago Westminster Bridge that was bad enough you I need to 17 different Nations involved it was a horrendous situation there but this is more horrendous I mean I've run out of the superlatives to use for it deliberately target uhm Jung mainly girls because this is very much for a girl act um and your Bradford parents as well as a deliberate callousness which is just mind-blowing and I think it's.
BBC Radio Wales
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for a CIA contractor call s a i c h and Whistle were basically said that he was retaliated against because he made the point that their systems work come from out and then your time story basically doesn't come to a conclusion about how it is the China found out about these beauty buys working on behalf of the Americans but one of the things that could have been is come from my system and the timeline seem to overlap in the same time I'm with US whistleblower says that they noticed it almost 70% of this subcontractor of the CIA systems were compromised I'm sorry but nothing has been confirmed but it is very interesting I think it is going to be important are moving forward about me I want doesn't housing community in the ICU and response that said where was the bridge but I have to say I attend agree with Andy is about are we really gaining that much from spending so much money in the Intelligence community to begin with maybe we could that attractive resources.
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BBC Radio Scotland
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are there is an incredible amount of Chaos and destruction um but mostly these cosmic collisions are really the greatest acts reproduction out you know I'm comparing it and others are comparing it to Nottingham but it goes beyond that is incredible amount of beauty who comes out to aesthetic or esthetic lines and colours and um the stars this blue stars in Our Stars which Burns very brightly there's a black many black holes are created and all of this cosmic beauty fecundity and meaning really is in the end it's minion is there can be explained to them were the first generation to know that I'm fine thank her for this event then.
BBC Radio Scotland
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to 100 billion stars and I don't know that this tragedy that you could you call it's not sex in the city it sexist in the universe and it's an amazing story bringing Beauty and a whole lot of other things which sure we are to know about what you're trying to explain with this then just that conditions can lead to tremendous creativity let's collisions of ideas as well as physical collisions absolutely creation ideas new new inventions that's absolutely true and there's a lead to a lot of excitement of course they do league two tragedies and disasters I mean when one of the galaxy's for looking at it and turn the lights on on each other.
BBC Radio Scotland
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gpd audience on Friday the 9th of June what industry collaboration give me enough to say hello in show me back and let me listen to get on with this evening I'll tell you how to enter the ballot tickets Texas live with BBC Radio Scotland listen to Good Morning Scotland just gone 7:20 and you study claims that were more likely to be sexually attracted to people whose faces look familiar to us researchers and St Andrews University looked at how the population of rounders influences our idea of Beauty carlotta batteries as one of the authors of a study and no one has ever examine face preferences and then also taking pictures of the pro.
BBC Radio Wales
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who gave that response when asked you know you please to get your first cat um when did you came first minister he said my my first beauty in this is a skipper's armband you know I love the way you connect two things and connections for what you say but I've never come across anybody with a brain like it you could do any subject at it and it would certainly come up with some philosophical reference of cultural reference a historical reference but when you can just thought I spent a couple of months a few years ago making a series on life after retirement and we were Jews into doing many women across Wales about that transition from life to work so you just get them from politics with a lot of long car journeys across well just the two of us and I know more about words to do but I have never known so much could be known about Cardiff Rugby in the 1950s I tell you and what.
BBC Radio Scotland
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which I think was released in 1969 that was used for Guardians of the Galaxy and they're actually made it was the most streamed songs of 1969 you mention that that The Killers Mr Brightside which came out in 2003 that was actually the most stream song of any release that come out from before 2010 so the beauty of it the data streaming is that it just opens up this world and reintroduces this is wonderful classic song when you use to make wheat-free earlier there to say do you know you can just going to the shops and buy these things are we buying vinyl anymore.