BBC Radio London
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Sam I think you would write off Arsenal at your peril a cup game breakers in Alexis Sanchez Mesut Ozil Danny Welbeck to be heard from SE1 yeah I think Chelsea hot favourites but you never know yet and do they are Manchester United getting the respect they deserve for that magnificent achievement in winning the Europa Cup yesterday I would say that most people have put on a Focus on it it says it covers most of the back pages on every every newspaper you can buy today it's a magnificent achievement isn't well it's 31 trophy that was missing from the 7th to the open top bus because that would constitute in and of itself as security respond imagines and it would be the Wrong Turn to set but we got to look for something to live that city do you think it might go somewhere yeah I'm in sports so frameless in comparison to everything that's been going on so.
BBC Radio Scotland
an hour
Jim Craig has a c speaking to media Hughes manage a boy with a penalty and that game 50 years ago and back to yours forever entertainer Huddersfield is all week on BBC latest golf and he said big time here for the fans with Rod Stewart he's a starman and his performance as he'll be singing at speaking of it safe to eat a often references in a minute shows around the globe in the EU off and sports that sell seat covers it cullis Naseem very often at Celtic Park such a great atmosphere and I will be making our way to the Hydro probably in about an hour's time for the big events right I'll let you go off and try and grab a Rod Stewart McIntyre they are on the banks of the river Clyde stride to chase a Rod Stewart has just gone into the hotel and of course is performing tonight at the SECC hydro what is 22 minutes after 6.
BBC Radio Wales
6 hours
concert she lost the middle finger before the nights went through her phone at a cheek ending of lodged in her nose having is today the former TV weatherman Fred Talbot has been convicted at Lanark sheriff chords of a string of historical sex offences against boys 67 year old committed them doing trips to Scotland when he was a teacher in the 1970s and 1980s can I get official figures show that net migration into the UK fell significantly last year did my done by 84248 doesn't the Office for National Statistics as a change is largely driven by a rise in the number of EU citizens leaving the country despite the phone net migration is still more than doubled the UK covers target level with a fortnight ago UK has launched its Welsh manifesto for the general election live includes pledges to reduce the cost.
BBC Radio Scotland
11 hours
answer the point about this is it is the Manchester please for the lead in these investigations but it goes further than that I'm not familiar with the position of Scotland beating England you have a very big house tourism centre in London do you have for very big regional centres one covers the north east based in Leeds the one of the north west in fact is centred on Manchester and if it runs the same way that the northeast wonders and the Chief Constable of Manchester is also an overall charge of that much bigger facility and that includes connections at home office GCHQ MI5 MI6 defence intelligence and the rest so there's no chance to collect the local please I want the local the wrong were there a big thought that I would suspect that in fact the the sharing of information as actually be stopped at a slightly high level does it stand for.
BBC Radio Ulster
11 hours
the train to go back to your kid also the ticket office at your gate is closed until further notice and can I tell you Russia seems like a world away from where we are splitting the summer seats on a barbecue covers are off here at the caravan park on the shores of a truly picture of clock many miles around here apparently there's politics and then there's milk a third of Northern Ireland Milk crosses the border to be processed every year and a butter cheese and infant formula up so what's going to happen post brexit to the fatherland to the processes are reported your willy spend a day on a tanker collecting milk for the busy like Patrick processing plant in Monaghan town.
BBC Radio 4
21 hours
something like three and a half thousand Fighters left you went to Syria and many of them very very quickly like a half of 2013 during the so-called Islamic state so well that was that was to exodus is Demis or something else interesting happening because many of those Libyan Fighters they become part of Ireland during the war against Gaddafi then we went to Syria what we doing so with those Fighters who don't have to say you started coming back and what do they do when they came back he started expanding the caliphate what about Western intelligence agencies in the absence of a government ineffective government the covers the.
BBC Radio Scotland
2 days
books about tests people immune open it isn't being interviewed by television reporters and setting into the camera words like bomber terorista he described as a benign mundane international language of modern day horror and against the paper and has been a witness so stories of of quite young people as well who just matter of factly you know describe the events of an evening almost as if um they know exactly how to do it in the same people react to the sort of family stuff to do so many times now at the P&J it looks at the two girls from borough and covers at once we know found injured and one still missing it says there a lemur clothes mother marry and travel with a girl from the Hebrides and was in Hurst Hotel.
BBC Radio Scotland
2 days
community on the islands be affected what is very difficult because even though it's and Ireland maybe hold of people that don't know and the girls I've been having children at age was sent me know that parents and grandparents I will know and then brothers or sisters so you know that covers the most likely will probably know all of them um and mm defuse it and it'll be is mine this just stop thinking about it and what is and the heart sorry and very sorry for the families immediate family especially in just can't imagine and don't want to imagine the awful feeling that you've got to the moment I go jail for the victims of the attack is underway in Glasgow city council says the people of Manchester and I'm on Glasgow to closest friends that Jewellers to get another word jewelers beginning around now in Manchester for 10 year old kid a bell from Des Moines.
BBC Radio Wales
2 days
part of this network you can do the network exist yet John are not the Catholic Bishop of Salford diocese covers Greater Manchester is holding a special mass this evening he said now is the time to come together this is an attack on the door it's dreadful that should have they had so many young people as as victims dreadful and that presumably was part of the attackers plan but we we must say it's an attack on the floor and we got to turn things around and strength in our community because this is something that has got to be in the end something that builds our community and doesn't destroy it vigil Avensis will also be held in Cardiff and Swansea world leaders have spoken about this shock at the attached president Trump is on a tour of The Middle East + absolute solidarity with UK Angling.
BBC Radio Wales
3 days
Karen Jones also backlinks to the loyalty of the Nations voted as a paper and M case and undercover operation to catch a woman it from Swansea guilty of £29,000 worth of benefit fraud Steven at South Wales evening post box of courage of Swansea's you expect lots of covers and back pages today at the end of John Terry's Carrera Chelsea he was substituted in the 26th minute with a guard of honour that's because he wears the number 26 and there's a big Ferrari about whether or not that was showboating acceptable etc cetera anyway have we heard he wouldn't be drawn and whether he might be coming to Swansea or anywhere else in the future and the other big store in the back of pages today believe in April abroad out of the Lions tour is the band the headlines in the Daily Mail big blow says the times for it certainly is that but not if you haven't.
BBC Radio 4
6 days
sizes of people like Mr said love the houses that cause an aubergine duvet covers for cars you cottages and houses have felt left people can afford it I got paid Cydia apps that change support via computer or just doesn't is also a sense here but perhaps the SNP have been a victim of their own success when they were first voted in here 30 years ago it was a very different party often jobs.
BBC Radio Scotland
6 days
struction manufacturing and agriculture who are misconceptions causing young woman to miss out on opportunities did it happen is director of the National training programs at skills development Scotland good morning to you good morning here so why do you think there is this misconception about apprenticeships are there any sharks in the Prudential Serbian that's wise skills development Scotland working with employer skills and young people to change his misconceptions and you know that I love her over 10 and half thousand women in starting apprenticeships and 2015-16 and also it covers manual and non-manual occupations that compared to boys boys it's the way she was about 60 40 in terms of starts and what the experts will tell you that lives in use some of this is the way to issue of Occupational segregation sort of.
BBC Radio Scotland
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in the 2015 General Election at the borders constituency of roxburghshire Berwickshire Roxburgh and Selkirk was the tightest results even going to a recount between the SNP and the Tories in the end we 328 votes separate of the parties so could it be another tight run this town Niall reporter coming battle has been in the suburbs in the constituency and it's a beautiful day and I'm just now that's right and the very edge of this bass constituency which covers pretty much all of the bottom right-hand corner of Scotland if you like from this rugged coastline rights to the rolling hills and Hills right through to the Yarrow Valley Titus eat in Scotland 8th in the UK just 328 volts in it the last time round so they campaigning is Fiat from all 4 candidates standing for labour is Ian Davidson the most will remember him from his days as an MP.
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this might last the rest of the year so bear in mind that we're going over into the middle ear now in the fingers Lee getting off some kind of the first quarter so we don't right now weighs is a probably falling out a greater rate than they were when the this up in the period the Day 2 covers which is a bit laggy as I said OK thank you very much for joining me this morning Steven Tyler there from the resolution foundation and the markets the Footsie close down 19.6 days so it will open surely at 7503 point to point is worth $1.30 and €1.16 which makes a euro worth £86 a year older and I use a trip down memory lane.
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the ones that have been killed some major news websites when does Strike to protest on local news organisations around the country are doing the same and this is unprecedented but Mexican sadly had to use which kind of stories Aprilia in Mexico city with the story of Javea Valdez yet another victim of mexico's drug Wars thanks very much for being with us tonight now as you may recall from last week's programs Riddler is on the general election 20 tomorrow night to be joining us in Scotland in order to compliment her visits and covers much.
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assistant can you tell me what I've done and they said they don't need a reason they said that was the law file on for examines police misconduct if I switch other and if I was saying is resisting covers no position to resist isolated incidents have led to new measures to improve accountability but despite this how much is changed on the streets we welcome the scrutiny because he keeps everybody honest will probably one of the most accountable public services going file on for policing the police tonight at 8 and then available on the BBC Radio 4 website News headlines you said.
BBC R4 FM
6 months
racing mosaic with seeing a perfect cutting letter carving basket tree that leather work a bit of a principal disciplines but crafters using an increasingly more and more different and diverse and New Materials so we sing that come through to think there's a whole load different areas of craft covers it covers things about materials because of things about decorations because things to do about function but and it has things about process and you got lots of makers combining those working in different ways some very innovative me some point today.
BBC R4 FM
5 months
call her as Heroes whose son join him had true worthy opponent and immediately went to war fighting Hitler and fighting Japan and far from turning away from the war itself the fully embrace it in there the covers are just replete with speakers being tied into pretzels and NE9 thanks being thrown every Witch Way as far as the truth about what was happening now only in Prague but all over Europe and what was happening to the Jews of Europe at the time the situation that Joe kavalier and another has left behind.
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WASHINGTONWhile the debate over Obamacare repeal focuses on insurance subsidies, coverage equity and tax cuts, a far more radical attempt is quietly underway to end the Medicaid program as we know it. As currently structured, Medicaid guarantees a set of benefits to everybody who qualifies. Most people associate Medicaid with the poor and working class, but historically the program has spent as much or more money on elderly and disabled people who qualify, and use it to pay for things like nursing-home care that Medicare doesnt cover. The new version of the program would upend this arrangement. It would devolve Medicaid to the states and reimburse them using a predetermined formula that, as the Congressional Budget Office and other experts have concluded, would not actually keep up with the cost of care. As the federal contribution toward Medicaid eroded over time, states could make up the difference on their own or ― more likely ― they could make cuts in who or what the program covers.
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