BBC One Scotland
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Lovely over the top, it just needed to be a bit stronger. They will win back-to-back games for the third time this season in the league. This is Ryan Edwards, his free kick.
BBC One Scotland
4 minutes
Gary Mackay-Steven gets a shot off. That shows the importance of having the players Celtic have to create that bit of magic because goals do change games and it changes the dynamic. We talked about this earlier, is there a formula to tackle the Celtic side? We concluded that you need a plan and you need a huge slice of luck if Celtic are to be stopped.
Sky News
5 minutes
People who have been around for years. We've lost so many in recent years. It is said every generation, although you wonder if there is the same impact with politicians at the moment, big beasts, heavy hitters. They've got a bit identikit. It is of occasional thing, when I was growing up you had people who really believed in something and they often came from the parts of life that they sought to represent in the House of Commons.
Sky News
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86. I would not have thought he was as old as that. I mean I'm getting on a little bit as Susie pointed out in the last hour! He's always been around in my consciousness. Maybe it is something in each generation, noticing the people who are dying, sadly now, who have been the big beasts throughout our recollections of politics.
Sky News
an hour
After Article 50 is triggered although we are still in the EU British citizens in the EU will have curbs on their behaviour if they are in the EU. If they moved there after that. Yes. In the Times, sticking with Brexit, of course, this could trigger, I will bring this down a bit, it is a bit high! It's going to trigger a devolution crisis and start a new referendum.
Sky News
an hour
So will the champion be a picture that stands for fun light-hearted escapism or present a more accurate depiction of life in America now? This year the contenders are a bit Oscars so American, but there are if you Brits. So tonight my money is on Best actor going to Denzel Washington, the darling of Hollywood.
Sky News
an hour
Even if they won all of them, the most they could win is 13, because with an original song, that is to nominations they have got. Actually, it seems a little bit optimistic. I have been taking a look at what the runners and riders are of this year 's Oscars. It is fight night in Hollywood and we have got a David and Goliath story on our hands.
STV
2 hours
When you've been undead for as long as I have, it's fair to say you get pretty bored. I mean, I've even tried being the first vampire with legitimate employment. Agh! But recently I discovered the thril of playing on Virgin Games, and for the first time in five centuries, I feel alive. Oh, there she is. My date for the evening. I know! Bit young for me, right, but come on, live a little! With 2 for £75 on selected Boots glasses, we'll help you find your perfect pair.
Sky News
2 hours
And I think that is absolutely critical. We cannot go into a general election in the state we are currently in. But to do that will mean recognising that the problem is that Labour has got predates Jeremy Corbyn's leadership and actually, we need to go back a lot further and do a real bit of soul-searching to come up with concrete answers if we're going to turn the situation around.
Sky News
3 hours
We will see something akin to that. If there is a movement and the 25th amendment which is actually the way that you can unseat a sitting president. If that all goes on, you wait, you watch folks. I think you might be a bit early with it. We're living in the era of fake news at the moment and it's like I joined a fake news station.
Sky News
3 hours
Particularly in Republican areas, you have seen the backlash of people that voted for Trump saying hang on, he's not actually doing what we want him to do. Can I spare a thought for the millions of people who are very happy in America? I'm just going to give them a bit of credibility here.
Sky News
3 hours
They got a bit complacent. It is mobilising people. It is mobilising people to the point where they need to feel that their voices are being heard. It's fascinating, if you have seen recent footage of a lot of the town halls where people have been speaking, Republicans and Democrats have been speaking.
BBC News 24
3 hours
A Spanish celebration of pork. El rey de la cocina! And getting to grips with Sudan. Wrestling a guy in front of 2,000 people is a bit further than what I usually go.
Sky News
3 hours
And along with the failing New York Times, were the enemy of the people. The judiciary are in the firing line too. Even Piers Morgan, his biggest fan over here, is beginning to get a bit windy and telling him to dial it down a notch. But, the problem is Trump only agrees with those who agree with him.
BBC News 24
3 hours
He's talked about specifically news organisations like CNN and the New York Times as fake news, they are barring people from the press room. So the dinner itself is just another example of the middle finger that Donald Trump is giving to the press. Contempt for the press is one thing, potential suppression is another. We missed the very last bit of what you said, potential is what of the press? Potential suppression is another.
Sky News
4 hours
It was nice, it was very nice, because we were leading 2-0, they came back, 2-2, we looked a bit tired in the second, but I get the opportunity and I score a fantastic header. This is a team effort, this is not about the need of a jewel, this is the collective, this is what I came for, I came to win, and I am winning.
BBC News 24
4 hours
In Scotland, Northern Ireland and north-west England, the risk of icy patches by dawn a bit of sunshine and wind and rain. Hail, thunder, sleet and snow over higher ground it will feel cold single figures across the board. Four, 5 degrees in the north and seven, eight in the south. It looks quite unsettled with further heavy showers.
Sky News
4 hours
Remember when the Hurt Locker beat the Avatar. Will the big hitting La La Land the hit by the underdog Moonlight? Will be champion be a picture that stands for fun, light-hearted escapism or present a more accurate depiction of life in America now? This year the contenders are a bit Oscars so American but there are a few Brits in the ring.
BBC News 24
5 hours
You must let us talk care of you. After all, that's why you're here... Menacing! Yes, if you don't like dentists, don't watch the next bit. Who does like the dentist? Well, ever since Marathon Man. There are lots of old contraptions in this spa, like the 1950s with the medicine ball, and the tanks with the eels.
Sky News
5 hours
Did you like it? I loved it. It is one of those films, it's about escapism. It is exactly the cinematic experience people walk into a theatre and won't. It a bit of an anti-love story. This is an Oscars dream. A film about a woman that doesn't really care about love and a it doesn't really care about love because he wants to be a musician and she wants to be an actress.
Sky News
6 hours
Athletes should be looked after properly medically. You should be given athletes prescription drugs if they don't need them, that is clearly the truth. It's when you are doing what is banned is a separate issue. Lots of grey areas, as you are identifying, if we take the case of the thyroid drug. What benefits would that give an athlete? Thyroid hormone is supposed to increase your metabolism potentially, so you may need to consume a bit more oxygen.
Sky News
7 hours
We did only have a leadership election last year and the year before that so there was a sense here and throughout much of the Labour Party that it is not likely that Mr Corbyn is going to go anywhere any time soon. One of the reasons he was so vehemence to me as to why he was going to be there until 2020, or add at least a bit longer, but the Labour left want to make sure that if there is another candidate, they want to get it on the ballot that they choose.
Channel4 News
7 hours
Jeremy Corbyn doing his bit today to combat cancer. But is Labour's decline after Copeland incurable and is the man in the white coat to blame?
Politico
7 hours
Sheriff Ric Bradshaw estimates the presidentsvisits cost $60,000 a day in deputy overtime.” http://bit.ly/2mzcjmE BUSINESS BURST -- “Bond Market Is Flashing Warning Signal on Trump Reflation Trade,” by WSJ’s Min Zeng: “The U.S. bond market is parting ways with the stock market—a red flag for investors who piled into the reflation trade. While the Dow Jones Industrial Average has soared more than 1,000 points so far this year and closed at a record of 20821.76 Friday, the yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note fell to 2.317% Friday, the lowest since late November, from 2.446% at the end of 2016.” http://on.wsj.com/2lTLtIF -- WARREN BUFFETT’s annual letter -- always worth a read: http://bit.ly/2lnOmyo TIM ALBERTA at National Harbor in Oxon, Maryland, “‘The Conservative Movement Is Donald Trump’: Trump’s takeover of conservatism is faster and more decisive than anyone expected”: “To spend three days at this year’s CPAC, the annual right-wing carnival of politics and culture, was to witness an ideology conforming to an individual rather than the other way around.