Sky News
7 minutes
They have found that looking at the numbers across the couple to leave my capital, many nurseries and primary schools were in 150 metres of nitrogen dioxide levels that breach the EU limit. 27 state nurseries affected.
Sky News
8 minutes
They are primarily responsible for the emission of nitrogen dioxide. That is a chemical that the European Commission has now repeatedly warned Britain that it is exceeding the legal limits for its emissions and particularly that has been a problem in major cities like London. Sadiq Khan, the London mayor, has gone on to commission some research looking at the impact that has on schoolkids.
BBC News 24
16 minutes
One man had taken 40 people into his house and was looking after them there. And the expectation of what is going to happen with this offensive, are people frightened or worried? Yes, people leaving their homes do not know what they are leaving their homes to. They do not know how long they will be displaced from their homes and towns and villages and want to get back to them as soon as possible.
ITV4
31 minutes
I'm looking forward to the festival in spring. It would be good to get on some bigger winners. We have got to Nicky Henderson in the studio. We wish you well. Speaking of Henderson, can we look at your socks? Look at those socks.
ITV4
an hour
I asked who he was. I had never heard of the horse and here. I asked who he was. I had professional. He is a gorgeous looking horse. He has got a big main, anyway. A lot of horses at Cheltenham have a couple of options. You could go to races at Cheltenham. of high-profile four-year-olds.
BBC News 24
an hour
They have left with very little things with them and they are traumatised and they are in need of lots of support. What sort of conditions are people living under? Yesterday we visited a place where these 450 people arrived to and families there have taken people into their own houses. One man had taken 40 people into his house and was looking after them there.
Sky News
2 hours
I have to find my way back home. It is based on an extraordinary true story. As a five-year-old in India, he wanders alone onto a train, losing his family. He is eventually adopted by an Australian couple but never loses the niggling guilt that his mum and brother might still be looking for him.
Sky News
2 hours
Yes, the most nominations ever, tied with Titanic and all about Eve. It immediately struck everyone as aware the best picture winner, Festival with his Hollywood celebrating itself, looking back to all style of film making, the golden age of the MGM musical.
Sky News
2 hours
The golf star accepted an offer to join the US President on the fairways at Trump International in Florida last weekend, prompting a backlash on social media, with some calling him a "bigot" and a "fascist". And later this morning, we have got a special programme looking back at the last week at the White House.
Sky News
2 hours
They are looking at your quality monitors, some way of being able to constantly monitor the situation. He said he was going to introduce a £10 toxicity charge for the most polluting vehicles on the streets of London. who was killed at the airport in Malaysia.
Sky News
2 hours
We can get more on this now with Willem Marx. This report today has been specifically looking at children. It has been commissioned by the London Mayor, Sadiq Khan. He said he was going to introduce a £10 toxicity charge for the most polluting vehicles on the streets of London. It has found that 802 out of 3,261 nurseries, primary schools and colleges were within... The mere of London said, I refuse to stand by while our children are being exposed to pollution.
BBC News 24
3 hours
Keep some old ones and some new ones, is really the role. Thank you for that, it will be interesting to see what happens. Are you looking for a pound coin? The advice was to check the back of the sofa. Oh, look! This used to be 12 sided.
Sky News
3 hours
The supermarket trial is important. They are looking at replacing a loyalty card. A membership card. That becomes your finger. The issue for them is that we always forget our card. We have a wallet and most people don't carry it these days. If it is one of your fingers, the chances of having it with you are pretty high! The economy only works if we are trusting the money we are using.
BBC News 24
3 hours
Ireland will be looking to re-establish themselves in the title race as the Six Nations Championship resumes today when they take on a resurgent France. You can follow that on BBC Radio Five Live Sports Extra, with kick-off at 4.
Sky News
3 hours
One girl that I met coming out of eastern Mosul, we have what we call child friendly spaces. I spoke to this girl. At the beginning she was not talking to me, not looking me in the eye.
Sky News
3 hours
We know that you're heading straight back to Iraq. We have got used to looking at pictures from around the world of humanitarian crises. Because the media have been embedded with the military during this conflict, we have not seen the same kind of distressing images of humanitarian suffering.
Sky News
3 hours
Good morning. Rather cloudy for most places this morning. Lots of strong winds. The heaviest of the rain across Scotland, northern England and the north-west Wales with some heading in across Northern Ireland and the republic. Elsewhere, looking fairly dry but we have had some early rain clearing from central eastern parts of England.
Sky News
3 hours
At the end of the day, the responsibility is always spread between the staff, the coach and the players. Today, Ireland will be looking to go top of the table with a win at home to France. Before that, Scotland face Wales at Murrayfield. Scotland's women made history last night. They beat Wales 15-14 to secure their first win in the Six Nations since 2010.
Sky News
3 hours
I think that Moonlight could be a competitor because that is one that everyone likes a lot, rather than one that some people love. And a little later this morning we'll bring you a special programme looking ahead to the Oscars, that's at 9.30 here on Sunrise. And tomorrow for the big night, you can watch the ceremony in full on Sky Oscars HD, that's from 11.30pm. Still to come on Sky News... Over to the Sky Sports Centre now for the latest.
Sky News
3 hours
Very simple speakers came out today and one of those was Jodie Foster. No matter who you are or you voted for, red or blue, whether you are white or black or brown or all of the La Land escapers on this Sunday, it certainly is looking like politics is going to be unavoidable when it comes to this year's ceremony.
Sky News
3 hours
Rory McIlroy has defended his decision to play golf with Donald Trump after being criticised on social media, saying it "was just a round a golf". The golf star accepted an offer to join the US president on the fairways at Trump International in Florida last weekend - prompting a backlash on social media, with some calling him a "bigot" and a "fascist". And later this morning we've got a special programme looking back at the last week at the White House.
Sky News
3 hours
.. Among the measures he is proposing our audits around schools around London to see exactly what the levels are at any given moment. To see what this snapshot, historical set of numbers is. He has mentioned that toxicity charge. Other cities around the UK are looking at that, including Derby, Leeds, Birmingham and Southampton. So it is a nationwide problem.
Sky News
3 hours
There are claims children at one in four schools in London are being subjected to illegal levels of air pollution. Well let's get more on this now with Willem Marx. This report today has been specifically looking at children. It has been commissioned by the London Mayor, Sadiq Khan.
Sky News
4 hours
It is clever but largely unproven, soon it is to move from a trendy bar to a number of supermarkets. The supermarket trial is important. They are looking at replacing a loyalty card. That becomes your finger.