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does improvements at the spi Pharma ITV weatherman Fred Talbot has been found guilty of indecently assaulting 17 years boys and will be sending Snooks month it so it's took place during camping and boating trips to Scotland in the 1970s and 80s when tell that was a teacher in the Greater Manchester area after the verdict to Lanark Sheriff Court detective inspector Brian leave police Scotland spoke of the contrast between Tolbert speedy image and reality seen by police and his victims law investigation is a post that was demonstrated through his hair his possession within it with NTV is distinctly different I see him as well as a Predator of sexual abuse she clearly has given to a young young boy stood there stood up this quote here.
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kids dressing light trousers short sleeve shirts dark blue tie and it to hear the verdict you look straight ahead and then the Shadows St Nicholas Stewart explained to him that she wanted risk assessment and background reports that she would have the fullest information before her out before sentencing him next month and you said thank you my lady and Boden head and it was laid down to the cells from the doc I really want to speak in the reaction to this connection police said today that Talbot is a sexual predator who hid behind a mask of respectability use a bit more than that from detective inspector Brian Lee Talbot is a Prince Albert have used this position of trust as a schoolteacher young boys on Trent is queer by both parents are here these trips to Scotland it's very.
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today it's a glorious afternoon here to Brian McLaughlin thank you for that and we'll be hearing from the red Carpets hopefully by the end of the programme because I've got all the fans celebrating in Glasgow tonight this is you drive on BBC Radio Scotland the Scottish environment protection agency says Simon are able to access parts of the River Clyde for the first time in decades a full of work to improve water quality and removal of barriers organisation says have spent millions of pounds to adjust pollution and restore habitat David Harley is soopers head of ecology the water quality is improved usually over the last 50 years really and that's mainly don't to the significant investment in the drainage infrastructure and put a claim to the sewage works and also because industrial decline so there's been a lot of joint effort and expenditure to clean up the Clyde is obviously we've not seen.
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what's the links notes 50 years since Celtic mark their place in football history by winning the European Cup jokes teens Lisbon Lions beat Inter Milan and the Portuguese capital to become the first British team to win the trophy know if you got the documentary on BBC One last night even if you're not a football fan is a great watches as much about Scottish social history as it is about football Glasgow 1967 the Lisbon Lions is called that's available on the you BBC iPlayer and tonight in Glasgow it's a big events at the Hydro Arena the think of Rod Stewart's Alex Ferguson the Bay City Rollers evening star appeal appearing this evening but it's over in Lisbon with the victory took place bizon safe and I got Gathering in the study of national to celebrate the famous fictional reporter Brian McLachlan the same for us this evening.
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astonish outrage that Dad has been allowed to happen but it has happened um and as a result of there will be no sharing what we are told of information by the police authorities here with the US that's not to say that it won't happen but it just will happen in a different way and will probably um slow things down a little bit understandably perhaps thanks very much shit for that was the BBC Home affairs correspondent it's only a short in Manchester they don't let someone such as we discussed it a few times here on good morning well for Circuit of Wales because a new report looking to the economic impact of the race track claims for circuit could help kick start a revival in the economy of the South Wales Valleys well economist Professor Brian Morgan car also the report and he said the benefits of this development outweigh the risks and she dances in the student a morning.
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hello my tanker driver Brian Patterson is taking me back across the border to some or more formulas.
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buttercup is as Hannah says don't worry baby not we've had it now and yeah we did win the European Cup Celtic fan Charles Kavanagh there with memories of 50 years ago in Lisbon today thanks to Brian Mclachlan full we had from a little earlier that lots more on the Anniversary at it and iconic anniversary for Scottish sport later in the program and indeed at our website you can also watch the Game The Documentary that went out last night on BBC1 at 9 o'clock it's well worth the Watch ok thanks so much for that day what's happening on the roads this morning now you're so we diamond thank you very much I will start in Paris are roadworks at Coulsdon queues on the m9c are at the moment so on the M74 at sorry on the M90.
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YouTube boys from the west coast of Scotland led by a man known as Caesar conquered European football yes Billy McNeill captaining Celtic to the European cups back in 1967 becoming the first British team to win the Iconic trophy where else can we be this morning but the city that gave the Lisbon Lions that name Brian McLachlan it's in the Portuguese capitol Forest this morning at brandy good morning in the 50 years from you this morning really just a sense of what you getting in Lisbon 50 years on with hundreds of South.
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the economy of the South Wales Valleys a report by Professor Brian Morgan from Cardiff Metropolitan University is calling on the Welsh government to back the proposed race track for Ebbw Vale last week a decision was delayed for the second time in two months the auditor general for Wales has a significant number of schools liver need replacing all major refurbishment by 2019 I report also said some new school buildings still not meeting standards for a Kenyan has the details in 2014 the Welsh government councils and further education institutions began a program to improve school buildings they collectively spending around one and a half billion pounds on the first space but a new report from the auditor general for Wales says there will still be a significant number of schools in need either of replacement all major refurbishment.
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Viking Josie Mourinho side and it sounds as planned and black handbags will be worn at the match in Stockholm that mean target and former Celtic forward from Bologna has been offered French towns to the main with Hull City name of the planning application for the petard resize proposed move to a new £50000000 stadium won't be considered now until the autumn and in Rugby Brian O'Driscoll says bill even apollo's withdrawal from the British and Irish Lions tour of New Zealand is a huge sent back a formal Alliance Campton believe she was the one player head coach Warren Gatland wouldn't want to lose my licence portal is travel with a tournament in the Highlands ca 95008 of Garten has been closed in both directions following an accident traffic is queuing on the approach in Perth A9 has slow traffic in both directions going to be late for 7 because of ongoing roadworks.
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no but I'm in Belfast for one of his final interviews in 4G review how he got his big break score of 15 with working for a couple of all proper tasty Pixar production we were doing animated animated I was lying about it I got fired so I have some friends because the water was only doing extra work on the film called Caesar and Cleopatra so they said they come on you that you get 30 Bob dirty hoe come down to turn the weather so against you in on The Air that I can just listen to that man all day was amazing joining us now it is from Crediton Rodger Mohan Brian Henry Martin Brian I will.
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only bad people are only flats in whatever gets sexually transmitted diseases so you have people who don't even get past because that's one of the reasons why were one of the few countries in the world are HIV rates are rising sharply Brian kenneally is the president of an organisation called take the test he discovered that he was HIV positive when he was for you want and I'll dedicate his life to preventing the spread of the virus from 1884 to 2013 we just reported around 16 thousand kisses but in the past three years we just had around 30080 doubling weight rapidly there a lot of people who don't know they are infected.
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sausages pretty calm at the moment join Mike's Steven and Euan mcilwraith to experience the North coast 500 buttons answer to Route 66 to make things more interesting with chosen to use electrical staff and other nursery schools for going to cross the North coming right down the west coast again and then ending up back in Inverness Saturday morning from 6:30 on BBC Radio Scotland you forget it on its 6:30 this evening Brian what have you got coming up on the programme tonight on tonight's programme I want to know about those in during office those people who've had Careers Service band decades and not just celebrating their music that looking at the part that these played in your life it's seeds the artist who been there for good times has passed celebrations of the artist have been there for you when times get.
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so say nothing tomorrow question is the first minister on Thursday when will campaigning that day it is possible it is possible that will be returned to the absent one that manifest to disclosures of Whatever on Friday but that has yet to be resolved right now the Focuses upon this terrorist outrage Brian Taylor had holiday thank you very much can you drive headlines at 5:50 the man who carried out the suicide bombing in Manchester last night has been named by police he was 22 year old summoner BD22 people were killed and 59 injured in the attack which the so-called Islamic state group has claim responsibility for and people have gathered in Glasgow now for a video in Honour of the victims their let's take a look at the latest travel with Victoria Lumsden and Angus.
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how use target of children and destroy a way of life that they will not succeed 0 nose and not ever and Brian of course election campaigning has been suspended when do you think the part of yours might think it's appropriate to resume that that's not really clear yet but win today oh it was it was evident thing we arrive together the bespoke with common purposely Stewart together in silent tribute a Millets tribute at the clothes called by the presiding officer Ken Macintosh this signed the book of condolence so it was it was a remarkable display of solidarity conflict set aside tired I set aside in this demonstration of of Unity but of course but of course life returns and expect the haps will be questions to the first minister.
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fear the termination to root out tell her to get to the Pervert the court of these events they must not be any sense of retaliation particularly against any community in the United Kingdom best responses to stand firm in solidarity that means ensuring certainly that terrorism never achieved at school but also that those who react to it out of hatred Prejudice or a demand for retribution also never achieve their goals will be the case that we said we will live for hope joy and fellowship we will work to end division we will stand with all those Communities who want peace and Brian you mention that the first minister of outline some practical and she says she did she went through and some detail in all without going in.
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ok will catch you know if you want to thank you very much indeed for talking to a city or Ariana Grande t-shirt which will have the right to print pretty difficult memories do the deal with over the coming years and don't seem here and say it again still quite this people prepared to wear to take part in this visual a you add that to the quarter hour clock for 15 minutes exactly is Nicholas Witchell gets underway Barry election campaigning has been suspended in sympathy with the Manchester victims at Holyrood MSP stood for a minutes silence the First Minister said Tara would not prevail not now not ever enjoy now from Horrid buy a political editor Brian tiller Brian it seems to be a mood so rude but also determination.
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he doesn't deserve any credit for being a member of the ingredients that would have um created ma inclusive prices in these ingredients are not there then I think the deposit is counterproductive you know I'm there is an armed conflict going on um they're the people that really you need to talk to others that you're fighting to you cannot continue with the process whereby you're talking to properties and the entities that are sympathetic to you this would amount to a national monologue in effect or a good Sophie many thanks bye as well Brian oedema South Sudan analyst in Washington DC it is 3:50 GMT on the BBC World Service before the top of this I will bring you more on the apparent attack in Manchester which is left 19 people killed and wounded.
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the NBA finals for the third year running after a clean sweep over the San Antonio Spurs many thanks Joe there's a mole sport on a website bbcnews.com I will update you on the latest from Manchester shortly but let's go to South Sudan next say where the country's main rebel group has rejected the so-called national dialogue which was launched by president Salva kiir on Monday to present care had said everyone boring revelatory at Michelle would be welcome including Mr Michelle's representatives that Mr Michelle's deputy told the BBC Focus On Africa programme they would not be taking part of the country is being gripped by civil conflict is 2013 millions of people have been displaced a many killed selvik year announced a unilateral ceasefire but told his troops they have the right to defend themselves Brian and diva is a South Sudan analyst in Washington.
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I'm creator Danny inclusive prices are you these ingredients and not there and then I think the the process is counterproductive is it is you know I'm there is an armed conflict going on um they're the people that really you need to talk to others that you're fighting to you cannot continue with the process whereby you're talking to properties and the entities that are sympathetic to you this would amount to a national model login affect our ability many thanks bye as well Brian adeva South Sudan analyst in Washington DC 2:44 GMT here on the BBC the main story of course the apparent attack in the English city of Manchester which left 19 people dead and many more injured after an Ariana Grande concert at the Manchester arena the concert.
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countries main rebel group is rejected the so-called national dialogue which was launched by president Salva kiir on Monday because I think it'd said everyone boring rebel leader ring Michelle would be welcome including Mr Mashhad representatives miss Michelle's deputy told the BBC Focus On Africa programme they would not be taking part of the country is being gripped by civil conflicts since 2013 millions of people have been to space too many killed herself IKEA announced a unilateral ceasefire but told his troops they have the right to defend themselves let's talk to South Sudan and this Brian Adiba who's in Washington DC Brian Wilkinson you say why won't miss too much as allies take part in talks with the lack of the enforcers why the universe.
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what look at a very candid St Johnstone chairman Steve Brown they're speaking to reporters Brian McLaughlin this more on that story at our website now I'll swear this morning Celtic I just one win away from an unbeaten league campaign a commanding performance stain from The Champions way to Partick Thistle last night manager Brendan Rodgers King to stress how big an Accolade it would be for decide to go unbeaten throughout the league season if you go through her to your games over season was all the games with her the level of games the from that we have done then it's just a truly remarkable achievement or reflect on tonight.