ITV
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Unmissable. Still ahead on Good Morning Britain. What happens when you leave your dog at home alone? We reveal the level of distress dogs experience when you head out the door. And we'll be showing Kylo's owner how he reacts when he's left on his own. He looks happy and calm now. But first, let's get the news,.
BBC News 24
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sales of e-books town and sales of real books up, we'll be back with this bunch of avid readers to find out why in a while. # Every time we say goodbye #. Celebrating the life of Ella Fitzgerald - soul singer Mica Paris will be telling us how she's paying tribute for the star's 100th birthday
CNN
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Emotions run high across America as voters reflect upon President Donald Trump's first 100 days. Well let's face it, emotions have been running high since at least Election Day, and rightly so, as this is the future of the country and everyone in it. But that's where the unity ends. Stop and listen to people and you'll hear some speak of pride, strength and passion. Others point to bigotry, fear and divisiveness. But not necessarily in the places you might think.
BBC News 24
10 minutes
plenty of brightness and sunshine as well. Temperatures coming up over the next few days or so. Saturday probably the nicest day of the bank holiday weekend, it will turn wet and windy later on on Sunday and possibly Monday too. I'll be back in half an hour with more news, travel and weather. You can also check out our website at the usual address
ITV
10 minutes
That's the advice for pet owners as it emerges a dog is day is given up because of separation anxiety. We'll show Kylo's owner how he reacts when he's left alone. What a year it's been for Laura Kenny, our greatest female Olympic athlete. Marriage, pregnancy and a royal honour alongside her husband
BBC News 24
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the day but the weather won't be as dramatic as it was yesterday when we saw thunderclouds and hailstorms. Instead today a much quieter day of weather with some sunshine around through the morning and then cloud will thicken into the afternoon, eventually we'll get some outbreaks of rain. But it's a nice morning, there's lots of sunshine around and then the cloud will thicken from the north as we head.
BBC News 24
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about books you want to let us know about? Do you like to read on an e-reader, if you travel a lot and you don't want to carry heavy books, maybe that's your thing. We're told never to work with children or animals, but Simon Nye did just that to bring the conservationist Gerald Durrell's life to our screens. He'll join us after 9am to tell us about the second series.
Techradar
14 minutes
Sony has announced the latest iteration of the Walkman and its a rugged, sports-focussed Bluetooth headphone thatll be hitting the US , UK and Australia this June. The Walkman series came to fame as the first portable music devices that allowed people to carry their own tunes around with them, rather than being restricted to a preprogrammed radio broadcast. Sony has decided to breathe new life into the series with the 2017 iteration by combining the Walkmans capacity as an audio player with the wireless listening abilities of the companys other Bluetooth headphones. The Sony Wearable Walkman (WS623) is targeted at both fitness freaks and nature nerds, with some fairly substantial protection against the elements and workout-friendly features. The headphones are waterproof and dustproof (IP65) enabling you to use them comfortably at the beach, and apparently allowing you to swim in saltwater up to a depth of 2 metres for half an hour.
BBC News 24
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for all sorts of reasons. This is important today. It is Lloyds and we still have a bit of a stake but the results are looking good for them this morning. Lloyds, which owns the Bank of Scotland and Halifax brands too, has announced some good results today. You'll remember though that during the financial crisis the bank had to be bailed out with the government taking a 40% stake in the business
BBC News 24
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skies they will be some grass frost. Colder than these temperatures suggest the countryside. Tomorrow where we've got the clear skies is where we'll start with some sunshine, still a bit more cloud out to the west, still the odd shower but for most of the country tomorrow it will be dry and it won't feel as cold. Our range.
ITV
22 minutes
of people go to work and have to leave the dog on its own, but we are talking about the psychological damage, separation anxiety. We'll be showing these pictures of Italian Mastiff Kylo to his owner a little later - she's never seen how he reacts to being left alone. As you can see, it is quite distressing. Had As you can see, it is quite.
Sputnik International
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Open Culture
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Earlier today, we sadly learned about the passing of Jonathan Demme , director of The Silence of the Lambs and Stop Making Sense . We’ll have more to say about his contributions to cinema in the morning. But, for now, I want to share a short film, narrated by Demme himself in 2015, called I Thought I Told You To Shut Up!!. Featuring stop motion animation and interviews, the short revisits David Boswell’s 1970s counterculture cartoon, Reid Fleming, World’s Toughest Milkman . Perhaps the cartoon never ended up on your radar. But it certainly influenced a number of important creators you’re familiar with. And, happily, you can still pick up copies of Reid Fleming: World’s Toughest Milkman on Amazon or over at the official Reid Fleming web site . Directed by Charlie Tyrell, I Thought I Told You To Shut Up!! will be added to our collection, 1,150 Free Movies Online: Great Classics, Indies, Noir, Westerns, etc.
ITV
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the most amazing steak burgers. Steak burgers. Flavoured with miso. They gave them a really meaty taste. Smoked pulled pork. We'll have a competition. Who will make the best burger? Take a look at these. Don't overdo mine. I'm making it perfect. Like an artist, Dad. Listen, son, I was making burgers when you were still in nappies. I think he surprised me the most with the pulled pork
Techradar
34 minutes
Motorola has made its latest competitively-priced smartphones available in Australia today, with the local launch of the Moto G5 and the Moto G5 Plus. Both new models sport a metal housing, run the Android 7.0 OS and even include certain features that rival phones well beyond their budget price tags. The G5 has a 1080p 5.0-inch screen, fingerprint scanner and simple conveniences like dual SIM slots, a removable battery and a water repellent coating. While it doesnt look like the most impressive phone on paper, its super-affordable at just $299. Motorolas G5 Plus seems to do have done even better in terms of bang-for-buck. While youll be paying an extra $100 over the standard model, the upgrades you get will likely impact everyday use pretty significantly. The layout and 1080p screen (5.2-inch this time) are very similar to the base model, but most of the other improvements are more substantial.
ITV
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The warning comes as the Dog's Trust reveal that a dog a day is rehomed due to separation anxiety, and a survey found that over two million dogs are left alone for five hours a day or more. We'll be showing one dog owner exactly what their dog got up to when they were out just after 8. Those are this morning's top stories.
BBC News 24
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I'll be back in half an hour with more news, travel and weather. You can also check out our website at the usual address. Now it's back to Charlie and Sally. Bye for now. Hello, this is Breakfast with Charlie Stayt and Sally Nugent
BBC News 24
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when we saw thunderclouds and hailstorms. Instead today a much quieter day of weather with some sunshine around through the morning and then cloud will thicken into the afternoon, eventually we'll get some outbreaks of rain. But it's a nice morning, there's lots of sunshine around and then the cloud will thicken from the north as we head through the afternoon
BBC News 24
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and to recognise that in an uncertain world you need to be tough. All give you a further reason. We are about to engage in some very difficult negotiations with our 27 friends and partners in the EU -- I'll give you. The atmosphere.
Techradar
an hour
One of the biggest perks of being a PlayStation Plus subscriber is that each month youre given a range of free games across the PS4 , PS4 Pro , PS3 , and PS Vita platforms. This is a great way to try games you might not otherwise have played, whether because they're indie titles that slip under your radar or simply because you dont have the funds to buy several games a month. Even if you dont plan to play them straight away, or youre not sure if theyre your kind of game, wed say its always worth claiming them while you can get them for free. You'll then have access to them for as long as you have an active PS Plus account. Since this is a monthly event, weve decided to create a one-stop shop where youll be able to find the newest free games, as well as scroll back and see which games were featured in previous months.
ITV
an hour
That is, if you are not Muslim and don't normally wear one. That's what blogger Nilly Dahlia wants people to do. She says wearing a headscarf has caused her to be verbally abused in her local supermarket. We'll meet Nilly in just a moment, but first, Keera Durkan took up the challenge. We.
Derby Telegraph
an hour
An aggressive group of travellers circled a Derby Telegraph reporter and repeatedly threatened and swore at him. The reporter visited land off Lawnlea Close in Sunny Hill after claims a large amount of rubbish was positioned where the travellers were. The same group had been evicted from Caxton Park by Derby City Council but moved 500 metres to this land which is also owned by the council. When crime reporter Isaac Crowson started to take photographs of the rubbish the travellers turned...
Sky News
an hour
my son those jeans, and, yes, five minutes, he will get that. You could start selling them for - I think he looks like a builder, that builder, I do manual work, I'm macho. You'll have soft hands like man, never.
Derby Telegraph
an hour
An aggressive group of travellers circled a Derby Telegraph reporter and repeatedly threatened and swore at him. The reporter visited land off Lawnlea Close in Sunny Hill after claims a large amount of rubbish was positioned where the travellers were. The same group had been evicted from Caxton Park by Derby City Council but moved 500 metres to this land which is also owned by the council. When crime reporter Isaac Crowson started to take photographs of the rubbish the travellers turned...