BBC One Scotland
16 minutes
Rangers started well and the passing was crisp, they created chances but didn't take them. The goal they gave away was a defensive mistake, symbolic of them all season, the same problems again and again. In the second half came out well but then Inverness took the initiative. If you look at the Inverness players, their desire to get forward and get their second goal and the win that would take them off the bottom of the table was evident.
Sky News
30 minutes
Donald Trump's star on the Hollywood Hall of Fame, was taped over, security said it was to protect it from red carpet damage. It is also perhaps a metaphor for what Hollywood thinks of him. What started with Merryl Streep's condemnation at the Golden Globes, will reach Hollywood's biggest stage.
BBC News 24
an hour
To what extent is there an autobiographical element in the novel? To a great extent. It started actually with a nonfiction essay that I wrote when I was in college and it was structured around photographs of dead animals that I was taking, the idea that this character is stranded in the Irish countryside, feels very lost and alone and feels as though everything is dying and nature becomes a kind of metaphor for that.
Sky News
an hour
Certainly politics has dominated the build-up. Dominating tonight ceremony, hand sky's West Coast correspondent has been taking a closer look. Donald Trump's star on the Hollywood Hall of Fame, was taped over, security said it was to protect it from red carpet damage. It is also perhaps a metaphor for what Hollywood thinks of him. What started with Merryl Streep's condemnation as the Golden globes, will reach Hollywood's biggest stage.
Sky News
2 hours
It is also perhaps a metaphor for what Hollywood thinks of him. What started with Noel Street's condemnation as the Golden globes, will reach Hollywood's biggest stage. And whoever protest will have the backing of the Presidents Academy.
Sky News
3 hours
Without it, I am afraid that we would lose so much of our individual liberties over time. That is how dictators get started. To me, to hear McCain say I hate the press but we need you, that is progress.
Sky News
3 hours
I think 3000 people who are genuine kids... I think those are caveats that Nick is talking about that are important. Thank you. But also, the fact that the Kindertransport started in 1938, before the war, started before this awful occurrence happened. So looking, sort of predicting what was going to happen and putting things in place ahead of the crisis that came during and post-World War II.
Sky News
4 hours
You're not listening. He told me on the radio he agrees the limit has to come down. You're not listening. You said the conflation of the two is never fair, that there isn't a scrap of evidence that this is anything like the Kindertransport. And he has said on other radio programmes, on other outlets, I know they exist beyond your radio show, that this is like the Kindertransport, an amazing process that they started in the UK in the 30s, then I'm OK with it.
Sky News
4 hours
Lord Dubs, the man behind this amendment, which has started this entire debate in the first place. Let me say a couple of things really clearly, because you have had your say so far, Nick.
BBC News 24
4 hours
To what extent is there an autobiographical element in the novel? To a great extent. It started actually with a nonfiction essay that I wrote when I was in college and it was structured around photographs of dead animals that I was taking, the idea that this character is stranded in the Irish countryside, feels very lost and alone and feels as though everything is dying and nature becomes a kind of metaphor for that.
Sky News
4 hours
It was Italy who started the stronger. But Tommaso Allan wasted two early penalties. And England made them pay. Prop Dan Cole crossing for the first try twenty minutes in. Italy's work around They didn't commit any players to make rucks, so Italy's players were allowed behind England's line.
Sky News
4 hours
It was Italy who started the stronger. But Tommaso Allan wasted two early penalties. And England made them pay. Prop Dan Cole crossing for the first try twenty minutes in. Italy's work around the break-down confused England. They didn't commit any players to make rucks, so Italy's players were allowed behind England's line.
BBC News 24
4 hours
In Monopoly terms, something like that. England barely got started in the first half. This was a kind of congestion charge. Ball mauled over the line. Dan Cole in the thick of it and the bottom of it. England were flummoxed by Italy's tactics. The game actually stopped and just became a debate about the laws.
Sky News
4 hours
Security say it is to protect it from red carpet damage, but along from the Oscars venue, it is also perhaps a metaphor for what Hollywood thinks of the new president. What started with Meryl Streep's condemnation at the Golden Globes will reach Hollywood's biggest stage. And whoever protests will have the backing of the president of the Academy. One thing we are all happy about is that we have freedom of speech.
BBC Two Scotland
5 hours
What a result for both sides, Stephen, you've only just thought outcome you're there, how impressed we you with Inverness? Excellent. Rangers started well and the passing was crisp, they created chances but didn't take them. The goal they gave away was a defensive mistake, symbolic of them all season, the same problems again and again. In the second half came out well but then Inverness took the initiative.
BBC News 24
6 hours
The next test is the local government elections. I would have liked him to indicate more how we are to support the country to vote Labour again. He is putting everything into the party. His critics say that may not be enough. Earlier I spoke to our political correspondent Tom Barton and I started by asking him whether the speech will be enough to unite the party. They have held the seat, in an area they have held for more than eight decades.
BBC News 24
7 hours
Speaking of the Scottish Labour Party conference in Perth, he said that now is not the time to retreat, run away or give up. Mr Corbyn's supporters say the constant questions about his leadership are hurting the party. Earlier I spoke to our political correspondent Tom Barton and I started by asking him whether the speech will be enough to unite the party. The loss in Copeland was difficult for the Labour Party. This was a seat in an area that the party has had an MP for eight decades, more than that.
BBC News 24
7 hours
Next, we're going back to 1948 and one of the first confrontations of the Cold War. The Soviet Union blocked access to West Berlin, so the Western powers started to supply the city by air in what became known as the Berlin Airlift. Ulrich Kirchbaum was a child in Berlin at the time. TRANSLATION: We didn't know anything different.
BBC News 24
7 hours
Around 3:30pm, we arrived where the meeting was taking place, there on the ground. When they started, the Aidid militias started shooting. When the first helicopter was hit, it was just going down like this.
BBC News 24
7 hours
This was an enemy territory, and it all went wrong. Just a few kilometres away from my home, I started seeing Americans coming. When they passed, the Aidid militias started blocking the streets, so even if Americans wanted to go back, they were not able to unless they fired.
BBC News 24
7 hours
21stCenturyWire
7 hours
They will make more emotional war pornography against us, using them. But what about the families of today’s 42 martyrs, de Mistura? This is the reality of the the many delegations of non-Syrians at Geneva. Most of these delegations of this conference have backed these moderate oppositions terrorists. We are too used to these attacks during every peace conference you hold. What about the families of all Syrians, since you started your international plot against my country? What about a generation of orphans? I would love to be there with Dr. Jaafari, to ask this of de Mistura, please stop weeping your crocodile tears about Syrians, while all you care about is defending and strengthening the terrorists you have supported. Head of Military Security branch in Homs, Hasan Daaboul, also died with dozens of people, after twin Suicide bomb attack. ( Photo: Twitter ) One of today’s victims is General Hasan Daaboul, our countryman.
West Briton
7 hours
The Cornwall Live Entrepreneurs List brings you 50 innovators and risk-takers who have built up their own companies and brought new products to market.Some are just starting out in their ventures while others are experienced in creating, developing and running their own businesses and have taken on a team of staff or even sold on and started again.There's some fabulous success stories in here that should inspire anyone looking to start their own business.Cornwall is full of start-up businesses...
Derby Telegraph
8 hours
Former Rams player Giles Barnes has signed for a new club, less than a year after joining Vancouver Whitecaps in America's Major League Soccer (MLS). In a statement on the MLS website, it was revealed that the former Derby County forward has been snapped up by American side Orlando City SC. The 28-year-old has moved from Vancouver Whitecaps FC - who he has played for since signing in July last year - in exchange for midfielder Brek Shea in MLS Barnes started his career at Derby County,...