BBC Radio Wales
5 minutes
flights in Wales not anywhere that sells Victoria Thornley provided team GB with their only goal of the European rowing championships in a bit double sculls silver medal speak to Katarina consignee Belarus by less than a second to take the single sculls title in the Czech Republic so we'll see now waiting for individual success of Tokyo 2020 and single I can go with this shit season and see what I can do that is already have really good moment Arsenal manager Arsene wenger's future at the club will be decided as a board meeting tomorrow despite all the criticism use received the season he's now won the FA Cup more times than any other manager and thanks to Aaron Ramsey scored the winning goal for the second time for years the Washington National wants Bangor this day.
Sky News
5 minutes
wants to take Ireland as a country in the future. For the first time they are using an electoral college system to choose their new leader. 21,000 members of Fine Gael across the country will have a vote. That makes this the largest single party election in the.
Sky News
6 minutes
We have heard from some politicians who have declared publicly who they are supporting and my opponent has more support than I have got in terms of declarations that nobody has voted yet. And really what I am about is talking to people about the future of this political party, where it wants to take.
BBC Radio Wales
6 minutes
scans tomorrow Glasgow to try before hobbling off with a knee injury in Exeter's premiership final victory leaving the encounter 32 year old hoping injury won't deny him a belated test if it's just a bit disappointed really thinking forward it have to take but hopefully it's nothing too seriously I don't know what what should happen next Saturday just to make sure that I'm good-looking make sure you identify what is a shewee is Oasis and she was Incredibly Close game going to exit I'm not that close to Dublin and Scarlets V Munster weather thrilling 6 try display coach Wayne pivac is an hour in Wales to copy that PlayBook you see some of the players and it was something so we know they can play the game would just showing what they can do another world talk about playing this summer in the future because we've got.
BBC Radio Ulster
12 minutes
I am I working British Airways there and their parent company eyes you'll be doing everything you possibly can totally understand what happened but to learn the lessons over the last few days it experience to make sure that they can a thalassemia possible avoid happen again I think the experience of Delta I just mentioned her was equally painful for customers that delta as a business continues to be successful people continue to Flybe Airlines so I will expect things will calm down over time with you is not a favour not individual pupil the will of course understandably make decisions that the future tell the choices ok John will have to leave a very nice to talk to you this morning that her transport consultant at John Strickland the fear effect in the mirror stranded somewhere to get in touch with your still standing up you still in your luggage things a lot of people and told that you'll get them at some point.
Sky News
34 minutes
reliable partners for other European countries. Speaking after a tense summit of G7 leaders this week, the German Chancellor said in future the EU must fend for itself
Daily Star - Football
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Autocar
40 minutes
That is a good thing to have when you want to shift stuff. If you fold the rear seats down, you have a van – and a big one at that. Even with the rear seats in use, there’s a great big 595-litre load space, a low loading lip and bags of leg room for rear passengers too. The spaciousness of the Superb means that former owners are often of the private hire variety. That is both good and bad news. It means that if the car has a starship mileage, it should be in decent enough mechanical conditionprovided, of course, the service history checks out and any high-wear items have been replaced. Perhaps the biggest concern is whether any damage is just wear and tear or rather more serious. Buyers need to choose their engines and spec carefully. Like many Volkswagen Group products, there is a large choice of diesels and petrols. With an eye to an uncertain diesel future, you can even buy a small petrol 1.
BBC Radio Ulster
44 minutes
is the light on the virgin church maybe it started when I was a boy and when to visit relations of my mother who lives near Kilkeel from their back door I could see almost the whole of the mournes laid out before me the site still fascinates me I can stand and stare women's Freitas w r Rodgers in one of his poems says other morons I remember most the mess the grey granite Crest the manual and bears in Paris it official or nice otterbourne see what awaits it were carpeted with the glorious yellow of wind bushes yes something about make it simpler have a looming permanent to buy stuff has strong sense so we're there before any human being could look at them and they tell last into the disco ball the future they seem to offer some sort of.
Manchester Evening News - Sport
an hour
Man Utd transfer news includes the latest on the future of the Croatian winger.
The Sun Daily
an hour
Perhaps poverty does inspires one to work very hard to become a leader. What traits do you look for in your talent or how do you decide who is right for a job? Hiring talent with positive attitude and behaviour are paramount as skillsets can be taught through training for reskilling or upskilling. The right attitude and behaviours will enable a person to grow and embrace new learnings, develop positive team spirit, work well with others, stay focused and add-value to the company. A person who does not have the right attitude or behaviour tends to be disruptive, not just to others but to themselves as well. With the right attitude, a talent can develop the right mindset, skillset and discipline to succeed. How do you think the industry you are in will evolve in the future? Convenience stores will be the destination of choice in the future for food-to-go/ready-to-eat meal solutions due to longer commuting time as a result of urbanisation.
Sky News
an hour
is still a live operation. The emphasis must be on making sure the police and intelligence services put their resources and effort into closing down this operation. But do you really think it's right that they should be the one toss investigate what went wrong here? I think it is right they should do this. In the future we.
BBC Radio Wales
an hour
from April would impact the times that discovered this power is being used only on one occasion despite The Returned about 350 Fighters from Islamic state um we are not afraid is the head on the front page of Daily Mirror so this is a tens of thousands of people took part in a great Manchester run yesterday put on what the paper describes as a different show of solidarity and I swear I mentioned the chaos caused by the computer failure British Airways BA ks1 cost-cutting to blame asks the Daily Mail what's on the back pages stop over as most of them go with Arsene Wenger and his future after winning the FA Cup final and it's also on the back of the western Mail I want the bus to say so far from here around er Ramsay getting a gold again at the weekend we should probably on the back of each other's Echo off on the back of the western Mail Wales can win with The X Factor.
BBC Radio Wales
an hour
thanks has his future at the club will be decided at the board meeting tomorrow despite all the criticism is received this season is now won the FA Cup more times than any other manager thanks to Aaron Ramsey scoring the winning goal for the second time 4 years translate want Wenger to stay in around his closest friends cuz going to look at in Reading at Wembley today playing Huddersfield replace alongside the multi-millionaire superstars of the Premier League please have games can change people's lives for ourselves that the legal status of being a championship Premier League cloud 9 190 minutes to wake up on a Monday morning the championship player in there be nice then to wake up on Tuesday morning and I've been a Premier League player don't start.
BBC Radio Wales
an hour
trolling sex I display coach won't be that is now urgent Wales to copy their PlayBook you see some of the players of it was it was it was the Scarlet something playing very well so we know they can play the Foot Again forward to show what they can do another words that talk about playing at the summer summer start in the future and I hope they do because we've got some great athletes in Wales not any discounts I think whilst and play at the Great Britain directly Wells Victoria Thornley provided team GB with there any gold at the European rowing championships in a bit of a skull silver medalist build a cattery in a couple of Belarus or less than a second to take the singles golf title in the Czech Republic so will chamber individual success of Tokyo 2020 Isle Of Racing single and I hope that I can go with this shit season and see what I can do that is already a really good moment Arsenal manager odds.
BBC Radio Wales
an hour
will be asking them for their views on brexit and what day and hope to see for the future I don't want her to knocking on doors on the leafy streets of cyncoed in the north of the constituency did the Lib Dems number one target seating Wales and a Linnet parrots trying to win it back by focusing on opposition to brexit in a city that voted to remain in the EU why don't you accept the result we do it at the results to as I've just said there there was a choice given to the full suit to leave or remain but there was no choice given to them and what the terms and might be after that new world order as it were so we need to eat to give people an opportunity to say and we want her to stay in the single market we want to to see the terms of the deal we want to actually have a chance to say yes this deal is good enough for know that deliver.
ITV
an hour
Theresa May did because she thought she would win a big majority. She has gone through the selection so far trying to avoid real scrutiny on what her government's record is and what her future plans are. And that's why today, we are saying that she needs to come clean on what her manifesto really means to the people of this country
ITV
an hour
debate tonight, Jeremy Corbyn will face a grilling on security and his views on it. The fact is, no Labour government in the past and no Labour government in the future will ever put national security at risk. That is an important message. But we've never had a Labour government with Jeremy Corbyn and Diane Abbott. We didn't call this election,.
The Herald - Scottish Football
an hour
DUNDEE UNITED face one of the most difficult summers in their history after losing the Premiership play-off to Hamilton Academical.
Sky News
2 hours
Speaking after a tense summit of G7 leaders this week, the German Chancellor said in future the EU must fend for itself
The Economic Times
2 hours
Since an average household can’t lay access to high sums with ease, people are forced to fall back on their life’s savings or borrow from family and financial institutions. “Sale of assets, liquidation of savings, and loans from friends and relatives to fund the treatment may put your family’s financial future at risk,” says Upendra Namburi, Chief Marketing and Innovation Officer, Bharti AXA General Insurance. It’s worse if the afflicted person is the sole breadwinner because such illnesses often eliminate or reduce one’s ability to earn for a considerable period of time. For instance, it can take up to three months to recover from an open-heart surgery, which can include heart valve replacement (HVR), coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) and aorta surgery. This is why it’s imperative to prepare oneself for such an exigency. One of the most affordable options is to buy adequate insurance, more precisely a critical illness cover.
Daily Express - Football
2 hours
The Economic Times
2 hours
ITV
2 hours
We wish them well for the future. The Bake Off judges may have only entered the famous white tent to begin filming last month. But we're already talking about what we can expect from the show in its new home on Channel 4. It seems we might be getting a new-look Paul Hollywood too. He's not shaving off that goatee beard. After he revealed he's been taking fashion advice from eccentric new host Noel Fielding