Manchester Evening News
3 minutes
Corrie fans have got a LOT of questions about their favourite soap
BBC Two England
3 minutes
He would have to be so accurate. He will not want to pot the blue. 40 minutes it has been. As he hit it hard enough? Is it hard enough? Just an inch or two. Not a bad line. It would have been a very difficult snooker to escape from. Barry will be aware, he will not be taking any liberties here to try to get the blue safe or knock it over a pocket, tried to force Mark Selby into potting the blue.
BBC News 24
7 minutes
On the face of confidentiality but I can tell you he was admitted here in August 2014 and the hospital said that his two yesterday he was unnecessary and he was deemed fit to be discharged, but despite offers of care and accommodation, he wouldn't go and because he wouldn't give his consent they couldn't discharge and the hospital says they didn't take the decision lightly but they went to court to get a court order to try and get back possession of the bed so someone else could use it, and eventually he was evicted from the hospital ten days ago.
Daily Mail - USA
8 minutes
Dozens of cows got caught in a flash flood in Argentina and were swept down a river in shocking scenes when it burst its bank.
Voice Of America
10 minutes
The Chinese Communist Party’s state-run People’s Daily took aim at Hong Kong pro-democracy and independence advocates, saying that what the movements in Hong Kong and Taiwan have in common is a plan on destroying the country. But is there enough of an independence movement in Hong Kong to challenge Beijing, or is merely the idea that one exists prompting Beijing’s response? Scott Harold, the associate director at the Center for Asia Pacific Policy at the RAND Corporation, says that while there is a small number in Hong Kong who have talked about independence, “Beijing has sought in this area to try to undermine, undercut and [delegitimize] Hong Kong's umbrella movement and its Occupy Central with Peace and Love movement by trying to tether them to the notion that these are a bunch of radical separatists who want some pie in the sky independent Hong Kong that can never happen.
The Cornishman
12 minutes
Britain's highest ranked pro surfer is heading to Australia to kick start 2017 in style and try to grab a Team GB Olympics team spot. Newquay's Luke Dillon will be competing in his first World Surf League (WSL) event of the year at Merewether Beach, Australia, which will kick off 12 months of competitions across the world. On the calendar this year will be a stopover in Japan at the venue where the 2020 Olympics will take place, with surfing becoming an Olympic sport for the first time...
BBC One West
13 minutes
It is one of the stories we are visiting from It is one of the stories we are visiting from our archive. You cannot knock it until you try it. See you I do solemnly swear.
BBC One Yorkshire
14 minutes
Try for most of daylight hours, but a cooler feel, 3-5 C. Overnight into Sunday, still under the influence of high-pressure, but if you week features pushing across that area could generate a fuse showers overnight into Sunday. Damp in some places on Sunday, cloudy and cold. Later in the afternoon, some spells of sunshine, and that will stay through the day and into next week. Frosty overnight. Looking good tomorrow. That is it for the lunchtime team. Thank you for joining us. We will be back at tea-time.
BBC Two England
15 minutes
Also clever. He played that in such a way that he was going to try to bring the pink into play as well. He is going to try to double this a cross and get the green somewhere. The middle of the top cushion. I think the other thing that is commendable when he played that seen in green, if he had missed the green he would have finished up needing a snooker.
BBC One Scotland
15 minutes
I have had some tough ones. I was not scheduled to play Novak Djokavic today. My job is to concentrate on Sam and to go into that match with a clear head and a good game plan, and try to play well.
BBC Two England
17 minutes
It is too difficult to cut it into the right-hand corner pocket. He will try to get the cue ball up behind the brown. That is pretty good. It looks very good indeed.
BBC Two England
19 minutes
Had it to the far jaw. I didn't expect him to miss that. The only saving ball for Barry might be the pink ball. I am just wondering if he has an angle on the red to try to knock the encounter.
BBC One East
19 minutes
The FA Cup is gone. Sad as it may be, as humbling as it may be, and humiliating as it might have been, it's done. We've got to go to Huddersfield and gather our feathers and try and play and win. You've been around a long time. No doubt you've felt the brunt of the fans' wrath on many occasions.
The Huffington Post
19 minutes
In the process, the traditional cold war 'China and Russia against the U.S.' triangle could be turned on its head, particularly given that Europe was already contemplating removing its sanctions against Russia this year, and that Turkish/Russian relations have warmed significantly in recent months. What seems clear is that there is much more to be gained than lost as a result of the prospect of a meaningful, significant, and long-term reset of relations between Moscow and Washington. The world we are living in is much more conducive to creative thinking and tearing down barriers than it is to succumbing to 'conventional' wisdom, simply because that is the way it has always been done. The challenge for both Russia and the U.S. is to proceed with the right mix of caution and enthusiasm. Putin and Trump should be given credit for being willing to try to get this right, and should also be given an opportunity to prove that it can in fact be done.
BBC One Yorkshire
21 minutes
Now, Liz has been diagnosed with incurable cervical cancer. I have days when I am down, but I just try to keep as positive as I can, because there's no point. For me, I'm not one that will sit and just well. I've got to keep going as much as I can and do what I can while I can. Women between the ages of 25 and 49 should get a smear test once every three years.
BBC Two England
21 minutes
This blue will put the points all square. So, they are all square. They might stay that way. Nothing easy here. He is trying to get a half ball kiss on the red, try to bring it into play. It is still be on the other red, the right centre. This is a difficult pot. He played it nicely. He has got an angle on the green.
BBC Parliament
26 minutes
I am proud that our country has not only been strong here at home in passing legislation, but also has been a leader at the forefront of developments on these matters abroad. It was my honourable friend the Member for North Devon who rightly said that in the Commonwealth we can take a cooperation in international fora, we complain important role in making sure we don't just further our commercial and political interests but also try to change the cultures of those countries which are part of the Commonwealth family of nations.
BBC News 24
26 minutes
Bad roads, bad bridges, you know, they don't look out for us. Do you think Donald Trump will change that? Is he going to look out for the likes of you? No. You don't think so? No. No, I do not. Why not? Because the politicians, the governors, they've all got their hands out like crabs in a bucket. They're looking out for themselves. After 1000 miles crossing the United States, we reach the end of Route 45 and this divided nation will try to move on and begin its new journey.
BBC News 24
26 minutes
He is doing everything he can to try to make us feel like this is not our America again, but this hat will show you I am an American and I fought for this country. And I will never respect him as my president, never. We have met so many people this week, pro-Trump and anti-Trump, but there are also voters like Jeff.
BBC Parliament
27 minutes
Those are principles which the whole of society is now based upon, and in this very house, we can all say with pride that the UK now has the highest number of openly here in Parliament and elsewhere as well, so that is what we should try to repeat in the Merchant Navy fleet.
Sky News
28 minutes
Thank you. Eight people, including two children, have been found alive under the remains of a remote Italian hotel which was hit by an avalanche on Wednesday. Rescue workers have been digging through piles of snow and debris to try and find at least 30 people who are thought to be trapped. Two bodies have already been recovered and Italian media are reporting that another two bodies have been located in the snow.
Al Jazeera
29 minutes
BBC Two England
30 minutes
So Mark will be relieved to get this opportunity. He has a nice angle on the yellow. I don't think he will be going into the pack of reds. He may try to get to the red to the right of the pink. I am wondering whether he is drop the red in and try and take the black next, John.
BBC Parliament
40 minutes
But nevertheless, even though homosexual conduct which would be perfectly lawful in love the other spheres, it's clear that this legislation would make it beyond any doubt that this would not provide any grounds for dismissal, and would protect their Seafarer, should an employer try and enforce the old rules.