BBC One Scotland
3 minutes
Gramoz Kurtaj. McKinnon. Substitute Doherty. Great ball in for Brophy. And Gordon has his first save of the match in the 93rd minute, that tells a story. I suppose in the first half we closed up our own space too much and could not get into the areas we wanted.
BBC News 24
6 minutes
OK, let's go to the guardian now. Jeremy Corbyn reeling, as newspapers would say. On the ropes. Here he is. The headline says gives me time to develop policies. Off you go, I just think it is extraordinary. Last week John MacDonald was blaming Tony Blair. And then the weather. Storm MacDonald was blaming Tony Blair. unbelievable failure to face up to their own responsibility.
BBC One Scotland
11 minutes
Moult gets it out. It's Jules who's turned that behind his own keeper! Zak Jules, only his second league start for Motherwell. He wanted to make an impact, not like that! He got it all wrong and looped it over Sampson.
BBC One Scotland
22 minutes
Hindman. Again Waghorn takes it really well but he can't get it into the goal and Kenny Miller is furious. You can see that he's looking for the cut back. Waghorn went on his own.
BBC News 24
29 minutes
But the threat from IS today differs from that of the IRA in several ways. The jihadists give no warning. They aim for maximum civilian casualties. And they are prepared to take their own lives. I think the nature of the threat and the tempo the public have seen is very different.
BBC News 24
43 minutes
It's interesting that you use artwork as a framework for the story. Did that just come naturally? It did because I suppose it came out of the character's own mind. She's a former art student who is struggling to be an artist and she is concerned that now that she's finished formal education that she won't learn anything any more and so she's testing herself on the artworks that she knows and at the same time trying to find meaning for her life in the only way she knows how, through examining artworks.
BBC News 24
an hour
built their own accommodation We were 60 miles from Perth. We had no parents. We had no relatives. There was nowhere we could go. These Brothers, these paedophiles must have felt they were in heaven.
ITV
an hour
What the government wants to happen on immigration. We'll dive deeper with the home secretary shortly. Yesterday, Nigel Farage argued UKIP had to "own" the subject of immigration, so what does he make of this? Well, not a lot. He tweeted this picture this morning. He is having dinner with Donald Trump.
BBC News 24
an hour
UK Athletics said all of their key medical staff had fully co-operated with Usada and the UK's own anti-doping body. Alberto Salazar strongly denied the allegations, saying "I believe in a clean sport and will never permit doping." He went on to say: and will never permit doping." He called the allegations false and disturbing, desperate and a denial of due process.
BBC News 24
an hour
And the report states that Farah's alleged use of an infusion in 2014 remains under investigation. alleged use of an infusion in 2014 Usada continues to investigate, but serious questions now for UK Athletics, who were, according to this leaked report, warned about Salazar and his methods by one of their own doctors as far back as 2011.
Sky News
2 hours
It is a reason it has been around one person. He is a controversial figure among many in your own party. Voters are showing in the polls and in places like Copeland that he is not necessarily speaking to them.
Sky News
3 hours
His popularity ratings, he is the least popular president ever. If we go back, you cannot believe polls. People in his own party are trying to distance themselves because of his rhetoric and his hostile approach, Of course you can say he was voted for democratically but it doesn't mean people have to continue to follow him blindly if he continues the manner he is doing.
Sky News
3 hours
Some of them were older teenagers and we were so harsh, we did not allow their parents to come in. We forced these small, vulnerable children to come in on their own and then we treated them, in many cases, terribly. They had to change their names because of discrimination they faced. It is you, Nick, it's your rhetoric, it's your language, it's your opinion.
Sky News
3 hours
Secondly, and you will love this point Nick, she feels that the mood of Brexit Britain has contributed to people feeling like this is OK. She still has, from her father, letters at the time from people saying, about the Jewish children coming in, what about our own? Got to look after our own.
BBC News 24
4 hours
But the threat from IS today differs from that of the IRA in several ways. The jihadists give no warning. They aim for maximum civilian casualties, and they are prepared to take their own lives.
Sky News
4 hours
My own great-grandfather was one of them, and I think we're going to see his naturalization document when he fled persecution as a Jew from Russia in 1896. He was a embriderer born in Moscow. What we need to talk about is population growth. I don't want to go on, everyone else have a shot.
BBC News 24
4 hours
It's interesting that you use artwork as a framework for the story. Did that just come naturally? It did because I suppose it came out of the character's own mind. She's a former art student who is struggling to be an artist and she is concerned that now that she's finished formal education she won't learn anything any more and so she's testing herself on the artworks that she knows and at the same time trying to find meaning for her life in the only way she knows how, through examining artworks.
BBC News 24
4 hours
Barry Geraghty is out of the Cheltenham Festival due to injuries sustained in a fall at Kempton yesterday for that he has ridden the winner at the last 15 festivals but he suffered broken ribs and a punctured lung. He was due to ride a horse trained by McManus. More sport on the BBC News Channel contemporary problems, and perhaps her own experience too - the feeling of loss, maybe hopelessness, among young people who think that the opportunity they'd been brought up to believe in is an illusion.
BBC News 24
4 hours
For them, this was just one of those days. For Harry Kane, it was turning into a very special one indeed. A first-half hat-trick, albeit this time with a little luck. But as they say, you make your own and before half-time, he was making one for Dele Alli. Kane's run and cross, 4-0 before the break. Construction work outside.
BBC News 24
4 hours
Spurs fans call Harry Kane one of their own. Well, today, he wasn't content with just one. His second came with little over half an hour played. Stoke seemingly speechless.
BBC News 24
5 hours
But as they say, you make your own and before half-time, he was making one for Dele Alli. Kane's run and cross, 4-0 before the break. Construction work outside. Inside, this was a demolition. Kane could have had another in the second half were it not for a fine save.
BBC News 24
5 hours
Adam Wild reports. For Tottenham, this is a time for building. Knocked out of Europe at their temporary Wembley home midweek, but it is here this team's foundations have been laid. White Hart Lane, a much happier home. Fitting, then, that once again it was one of their home-grown stars shining brightest. Spurs fans call Harry Kane one of their own. Well, today, he wasn't content with just one. His second came with little over half an hour played.
BBC Two Scotland
5 hours
That means one former Motherwell player is an attack. Knocked back in. Mould gets it out. It's Zak Jules who's turned that behind his own keeper! Zak Jules, only his second league start for Motherwell.
BBC News 24
5 hours
The jihadists with no warning, they aim for maximum civilian casualties and they are prepared to take their own lives. I think the nature of the threat and attempt to the public are seeing is very different. Back in the 1970s, you saw a terrorist threat expressing itself fairly frequently, with bomb scares and actual devices.