good morning, welcome to breakfast with rogerjohnson and rachel burden. our headlines today. gyms and leisure centres reopen across england — but it's warned a third will stay shut due to financial hardship. good morning. indoor swimming pools are open again welcome to breakfast with rogerjohnson and rachel burden. our headlines today: in england today. and on the day gyms and leisure centres that swimming should have started in reopen across england — but it's warned a third will stay the tokyo olympics we are here at the tokyo olympics we are here at the venue for the 2012 games to see shut due to financial hardship. how social distancing and safety protocols are working. why being obese or overweight and indoor pools are now officially puts people at greater open once more. we have ourfirst risk of serious illness or death from coronavirus. don't book a holiday swimmers here taking a dip in what was the olympic pool in london 2012. unless your passport is up to date. the home office warns it's working through a backlog it is now a vital community facility of 400,000 applications. for i am here all morning to see how it all works rather safely. don't book a holiday unless your passport is up to date. we have got a fairly unsettled the home office warns it's weekend ahead with heavy downpours working through a backlog of 400,000 applications. why being obese or overweight puts ahead. there could be thunderstorms people at greater risk of serious as well. tomorrow, still some heavy illness or death from coronavirus. showers but probably the better day
of the weekend for most of us. good morning. we've got a fairly unsettled weekend ahead with some heavy it's saturday 25july. downpours at times today. our top story. could be some thunderstorms four months after they shut around as well. tomorrow, still some heavy showers, but probably the better day their doors, indoor gyms of the weekend for most of us. and swimming pools can reopen today in england — with strict social distancing measures in place. but there are concerns that some leisure facilities it's saturday the 25th ofjuly. will remain permenantly closed, due to financial pressures our top story: caused by the pandemic. four months after they shut their doors, indoor gyms earlier on breakfast, and swimming pools can reopen today councillor gerald vernon—jackson explained the situation some in england with strict social distancing measures in place. places are facing. but there are concerns that some leisure facilities will remain permenantly closed, due to financial pressures lots of leisure facilities and caused by the pandemic. swimming pools are reaching the end our reporter, jon donnison has more. of their lives, they are 25, 30 forfour months, gyms, pools yea rs of their lives, they are 25, 30 years old. councils have to decide, and leisure centres have laid idle. are they going to invest in building from today in england, are they going to invest in building a new pool and new leisure centre? they can reopen their doors, but with strict hygiene and social if it is looking touch and go about the economics of it my theory is distancing measures in place. lots of them will go. that liz and phil gabriel run the key health club government has given some support to in keyworth near nottingham. leisure centres and pools that are they say the key to survival will be making people feel confident run directly through councils. but
it's safe to work out. most councils now run them through a we are very lucky. trust and the garment has given no we have a very loyal but small membership base, support at all. so 20% of our members have paid throughout, which for us is phenomenal and we will be forever grateful for those people, but 40% have cancelled and 40% froze their membership, so i think the trick will be really katy austin is at one gym in twickenham that is as to who actually comes back reopening this morning. and how quickly we get them back. katy, how have they been but under new rules, preparing for today? they will have to limit the numbers. customers will have to make iamata an advanced booking. i am at a david lloyd health and they will be encouraged fitness club which has reopened this to change and shower at home, not in changing rooms, morning. it is pretty busy as you and equipment will be spaced out can see. after seven o'clock we saw and it's thought a third of gyms lots of people coming to use the and leisure centres in england, including those run by local treadmills, spin bikes, weight councils, will remain closed over machines. things are a bit different. you do not have to wear a fears about financial viability. mask but there are lots of social the local government association distancing measures in place. there are markings on the floor so that says without more government support, tens of thousands you keep your distance. some of the equipment is out of use to make sure ofjobs could be at risk. thatis equipment is out of use to make sure that is enough space for people. you in blackburn, phil talbot had been are being asked to sanitise getting ready to reopen, equipment before and after use. some but not any more after the council delayed easing lockdown areas have got markings on the floor to make sure people stay far apart. restrictions because of a spike
in coronavirus cases. also, you are being asked when you turn up to come dressed in your gym it is so frustrating, frustrating for me, for the industry gear to avoid using the changing and for the people who come rooms. when people use swimming pools they will be able to get here as well, who rely on places like this for their mental changed afterwards after they have got wet in the pool. other changes as well as physical well—being. will include you will need to book and in scotland and wales, indoor gyms and pools remain closed, when you want exercise classes. they although in northern ireland, will have reduced capacity so that they have already reopened. people can stay apart. but this is a really important day for gyms and mike's at the london aquatics other leisure facilities because centre this morning. mike, how have they they have been shut for four months been preparing there? now in england until today and there has been a fall in memberships the pool looks incredibly inviting. across the sector as people have got used to exercising at home instead, absolutely and i hope to take a dip or maybe online classes as well, at some point later this morning but which have risen in popularity. the not just yet. i at some point later this morning but notjust yet. i need to expend how hope is for businesses like this it all works. incredibly important that people see the measures put in moment this, for all the swimmers place, to think they are safe, and who have been desperate to get back into indoor pools over the last few to come back to exercising again in months. they have not been able to an environment like this. do this since march. outdoor pools from a financial point of view, opened a few weeks ago but with the oversee gyms theory in the size of weather as it is, indoor pools are so weather as it is, indoor pools are the businesses and the number of so important for the physical and people they can accommodate, david mental health of so many people and
here we have the first swimmers who lloyd one of the bigger private came in at 6am to take the first dip chains, but lots of them have for months. it is all very financial worries, particularly different, of course. lots of safety smaller ones? absolutely, yes. they are very measures are in place here. first of lucky. they have got loads of space. it is not that much of a problem to all, you have to book online. only a ta ke it is not that much of a problem to take a couple of bits of equipment certain number are allowed in each out. they have got space. but i have number, etc, and you come in through his pick to some small businesses as well, small health because you are a one—way system going past the going to have limited numbers that changing rooms, not going into them they are going to be able to let in in the traditional way, you bring four social distancing. they might all your collaborative poolside. you are meant to arrive each ready which have had financial help, for example, a grant from the means you have your swim gear on government, but it has been so long since they closed a lot of that money has run out. they are relying underneath and you have your tel ready. you strip off over there, on people to come back, pick up come into the pool. in the pool it their memberships. it is very uncertain at the moment. there are is different as well. the lanes are still a long way to go before things 110w is different as well. the lanes are now double the width, much wider, no are back to how they were, before the crisis. backstroke allowed, but you can do your lengths in a clockwise being obese or overweight puts you at greater risk of serious direction. this was, of course, the illness or death from coronavirus. famous olympic pool from london that's according to a new report 2012. now it is a vital community from public health england. it found that being "severely obese" increased the likelihood facility for 1 2012. now it is a vital community facility for1 million 2012. now it is a vital community of dying by 40%. facility for 1 million people 2012. now it is a vital community facility for1 million people visit here every year, 4000 children are
learning to swim who can do that the government is expected to announce new measures to tackle obesity next week. again and also 600 children on the diving programme. what a moment this is, indoor back open and i will be our science correspondent, helen briggs, has more. walking through how it all works are lockdown's brought new challenges for those struggling little later on breakfast. doesn't with their weight. that look so inviting? i am so the chance for more daily exercise, but the constant temptation to snack. desperate to get in! i not last now public health england says until 9:50am. the case for action on obesity has never been stronger. there will be less lame rage if losing weight can bring huge there mistake make they are all benefits for health and may also protect against the risk of severe complications from covid—19. wider. i heard somewhere that the butterfly after a review of the evidence, stroke was going to be banned for it's found that coronavirus patients being the most anti—social stroke with obesity are much more likely but that is my own personal feeling, to become critically ill or die than those not that of the bbc. people are being warned not to book with a healthier body weight. holidays abroad unless their professor susan jebb passports are up—to—date. at the university of oxford staff are currently working says the bigger you are, through a backlog of more than 400,000 applications the bigger the risk. as a result of disruption caused by the pandemic. being overweight increases here's our home affairs the chances of insulin resistance, it puts up your blood pressure correspondent danny shaw. the latest advice from the passport office is that people should not and all of these extra pressures book to go abroad until they have
and strains on the body are likely received their documents and those who do not need to be part of the reason why people, to renew their passports should wait when they contract covid—19, if they are also overweight, until after the summer. have these extra chances ministers said the backlog had of being really sick. built up because passport offices nearly two thirds of adults had fewer staff due in the uk are heavier to social distancing rules. than they should be. earlier this week, the home office if everyone were to lose a few revealed that passport staff pounds, this could have a big effect were working through 126,000 applications on reducing our overall risk, but many people need help with a further 284,000 and support to lose weight. still to be processed. the report calls for government official said they have issued action on curbing obesity. 6500 passports to individuals we know that people have the intention to improve things, on compassionate and emergency but you get tripped up all the time. grounds and say some overseas applicants who have you go through a checkout experienced delays will be able and you often are faced with bars to claim refunds. of chocolate on special offer, passports will be delivered for example, and those undermine within five days if people have been waiting longer than four weeks and if they produce evidence what you intend to do, they are due to travel so we know that people need help. more details about the government's in the next fortnight. obesity strategy are expected next week. it's thought they will include being overweight puts you at greater new restrictions on howjunk food risk of serious illness is promoted and advertised. or death from coronavirus, according to a new report from public health england. it found that being people who want to go "severely obese" increased on holiday abroad
the likelihood of dying by 40%. are being warned not to book unless they have an up—to—date passport. the government is expected to announce new measures a backlog of more than 400,000 uk passport to curb obesity next week, applications has built up including restrictions because of disruption on advertising junk food. caused by the coronavirus. boris johnson has admitted officials say they ll prioritise emergency cases and those who need that the government didn't fully to travel in the next two weeks. understand the coronavirus in the first few weeks and months of the pandemic and that things could have been done differently. spain remains on the list speaking to the bbc‘s political of " reduced risk" countries which can be visited editor, laura kuenssberg, without the need to quarantine on return to england — the prime minister said that there are still "very open despite a recent spike in covid—19 questions" to be answered cases. people in parts of the aragon about whether the lockdown in the uk came too late. and catalonia regions — including barcelona — are currently being advised to leave their homes only for essential activities. when you look back at this crisis, everybody can see that this france is considering closing was something that was new, that we didn't understand in the way its border with spain. that we would have liked in the first few weeks and months the duke and duchess of sussex have and i think probably, you know, distanced themselves from a book which claims to give the single thing that we didn't see a detailed account of a breakdown in their relations with other at the beginning was the extent members of the royal family. to which it was being the book, finding freedom — transmitted asymptomatically being serialised by the times — from person to person. suggests harry and meghan had that wasn't clear felt their complaints weren't being taken seriously. to us or to anybody.
a spokesman for the duke and duchess said they hadn't been interviewed or contributed to the book. let's speak to our political correspondent helen catt. helen, is this the first time the prime minister has acknowledged publicly that there may lockdown and coronavirus has given a have been mistakes? problem for soap operas. they have not been able to film. yes, so far, the government line has consistently been that it took the the subject of coronavirus has finally arrived on the cobbled right steps at the right time in streets of weatherfield, dealing with this pandemic, so the with residents of coronation street making the soap's first prime minister's words there seem to open the door to the idea that, reference to the pandemic. well, maybe they did not get it she could be seriously ill. it is quite right and the fact that they the first day of the trial. is that have particularly, he was speaking there about the first few weeks and a coincidence. she has probably run into somebody in the prison. months, that has been a realfocus of scrutiny when it comes to the timing of when we went into lockdown during last night's programme, the character and also around what happened in yasmeen nazir, was suspected ca re and also around what happened in care homes and what went on to of having contracted covid— 19, while others also develop there, so it is interesting mentioned the virus. the episode was the first to be that he seems to be acknowledging filmed entirely with social distancing measures in place. that. he was also adamant in that interview, though, that now is not the time for a big inquiry into this, that the pandemic is not over and therefore the time to look back and therefore the time to look back if you're still hoping
and doa and therefore the time to look back and do a thorough inquiry is not now to get abroad this year, even though i think there is a sense the list of places you can visit without needing to quarantine in westminster that there will be on your return to the uk one at some point, a big loopback. has just expanded. five more destinations have been added labour have obviously picked up on to the list of so—called "reduced "risk countries". that saying that boris johnson labour have obviously picked up on that saying that borisjohnson had finally admitted that the government from tuesday of next week, the baltic states had mishandled its response to the of estonia and latvia coronavirus, that it was too slow to acknowledge this threat of the will be on that list, along with slovakia, virus, too slow to enter lockdown slovenia and the caribbean islands of saint vincent and the grenadines. and too slow to take the crisis theyjoin more than 50 seriously. i think the important countries which were point is that even if we are not already on the list — doing a big loopback now, there is including holiday hotspots like france, spain, italy and turkey. the threat of a resurgence of cases perhaps in the winter, so that key point is has the government learned portugal, however, remains off—limits unless you are prepared to self—isolate enough from that early phase to take when you get back home. forward into whatever comes next? that will come as a blow to the two thank you, helen. and a half million brits portugal has again been left off who go there every year — the list of countries which can be and to the hotels, bars a nd restau ra nts visited without the need to quarantine on return to england. which were hoping to welcome them. the government announced we can speak now to its latest list of countries which do not face the portuguese ambassador travel restrictions yesterday. let's speak to our reporter to the uk, manuel lobo antunes. alison roberts, in lisbon. good morning, thank you forjoining good morning. thank you for talking
us. what is it that has prevented to us. can you give as your reaction portugal from us. what is it that has prevented portugalfrom being declared a lower risk country? good morning. the to us. can you give as your reaction to the fact that portugal is not on the list of safe countries for the british government has said that uk? there are a range of indicators that thank you for inviting me. you said it looked at to make its decision to once more keep portugal off that that many british would be crucial list, including the number of daily cases in recent days and disappointed at not being able to the amount of testing and they travel to portugal maybe this specifically mentions that because summer. we share that the portuguese authorities have made the portuguese authorities have made the argument a few times that they disappointment. my government was tested relatively more people than other european countries and have therefore found more cases, but the disappointed. i was disappointed as uk government have said they have looked at all these indicators and clearly there is still an issue. ambassador. also, our community, we they have not given full details of the basis for their decision and, have a large portuguese community indeed, the portuguese government here in the uk. they are also said yesterday that it has not been satisfactorily explained to them, so they are certainly not happy with disappointed because they obviously would like to travel to meet their it. british visitors, as a whole, in portugal account for 19% of family, theirfriends, overnight stays by foreign visitors
and in the algarve, it is much, much would like to travel to meet their family, their friends, and would like to travel to meet their family, theirfriends, and the fact that portugal is under quarantine, more, so it is really crucial and so to say, makes us more difficult they will be working hard to convince the british government that for them. a deep disappointment. they are getting their act in order. thank you, we will find out exactly what they are doing to convince the british government when we speak to explain the situation with coronavirus in portugal now. how the portuguese ambassador to britain many cases do you have? do you have at about 8:10am this morning. any particular hotspots? we have at the duke and duchess of sussex have distanced themselves from a book which claims to give a detailed account of a breakdown this time about 49,000 cases. about in their relations with other members of the royal family. the book, finding freedom — being serialised by the times — 1700 deaths. a relatively low rate. suggests harry and meghan had felt their complaints weren't being taken seriously. a spokesman for the duke and duchess said they hadn't been interviewed or contributed to the book. it is true there have been some a lottery winner in the us has peaks of the virus in specific split his jackpot of 22 million regions of portugal. namely around dollars with an old friend because of a "gentleman's agreement" lisbon, in the north, but these they made nearly 30 years ago. places are identified, and
that is what you call honouring an controlled, the rates on those sites agreement! and a good friendship. have been decreasing. our reading of tom cook and joe feeney played the wisconsin lottery separately the situation is that this is under but they'd made a pact in 1992 to share any major wins. tanya dendrinos has the story. it's the stuff dreams are made of — cheesy grins control and that the situation will and a cheque for $22 million. improve day by day. what are you trying to do on a diplomatic level, it's not every day you win the lottery. talking to your contemporaries in it was quite an experience the british government, to try to when i read the first two or three numbers and i kinda change things? it is classical froze and handed it to her and she froze. and i said, are you diplomacy. providing information, jerking my bobber? analysis, and in this case which has it is a friendship that has lasted a lifetime, so there was no question when it came to upholding a gentleman's agreement made analysis, and in this case which has a scientific involvement, of course almost three decades ago. providing data, figures, graphics, a handshake is a handshake, man. we said whenever the big win comes, we would split it, statistics. i think almost 2096 of so we buy every week, overseas visitors who go to portugal not really thinking it would happen. come from the united kingdom. how but it did. damaging could it be for you if you the odds of winning the powerball jackpot are not able to sort the situation are estimated to be around one
in 292 million and for these out? i think it is well known, the graciousjoint winners, it's not about grand plans but the opportunity to enjoy importance of british visitors for their retirement and make our economy, and for the island of the most of precious time with theirfamilies. madeira, and the algarve. each year we receive about 2 million british that's great. jerking my bobber is visitors. if a great part of these visitors. if a great part of these visitors will not come this year to portugal, the economic impact is a p pa re ntly that's great. jerking my bobber is apparently the equivalent of pulling obvious. we are grateful to you for my leg. talking to us this morning stop it isa my leg. it is a fishing experience thank you. that was the portuguese apparently. the subject of coronavirus has ambassador to the uk. finally arrived on the cobbled streets of weatherfield, with residents of coronation street making the soap‘s first we can speak now to the travel editor of the independent, simon calder. reference to the pandemic. how long you think it will be before she could be seriously ill. it is portugal can prove it is not one of those high risk countries? it impossible to see. the first day of the trial. you really think it is a coincidence?
the first day of the trial. you really think it is a coincidence7m could be that coronavirus. she has probably bumped into somebody. per yasmin! during last night's programme, the character yasmeen nazir, was suspected of having contracted covid—19, while others also it isa mentioned the virus. it is a tricky position. there must the episode was the first to be be some information that the filmed entirely with social government is acting on an order to distancing measures in place. say, sorry, we know that millions of people want to go there, probably! 14 minutes past six and you are up—to—date with all the main stories million people have booked to travel this morning. shall we have a look there in august and september, but at the front pages of the newspapers we are going to keep this effective and see what is making the headlines ban in place. for anybody with a this morning? the three teenagers convicted of the manslaughter of pc andrew harper — trip there, a time of great who died after being dragged along a road by a car — uncertainty. for the holiday companies, they said they do not feature on several papers. speaking outside court, know whether they will be able to run those trips are not. having said pc harper's widow lissie said she was "utterly shocked that, there are right now, many tens and appalled" by the verdicts, of thousands, properly hundreds of after the three were thousands of british people in cleared of his murder. portugal. yes. clearly, no problem we will have more on that later in for italy. it is absolutely the programme. the times splashes with claims beautiful where you are so i do not from a new book about the duke and duchess of sussex. know if we are invading your family the paper says the book reveals the "mistrust" and "infighting" summer holiday or what. but i
behind prince harry and meghan's decision to step back as senior suppose your passports would have royals and relocate to the us. been up to date and ready to go. but it should be said, there is nothing there is an issue with this massive spectacularly new in this story, it backlog. what are your thoughts on is all things we already knew, but this and what is your advice? it is further evidence of how we got some news overnight. i deep—rooted the bad feeling was there. calculate that 2 million passports the guardian reports on the bbc‘s interview with boris johnson, have expired in the four months of who admitted the government lockdown. roughly half a million per could have done things differently over covid—19 and conceded month. 40% of those are for children the government did not understand because there passports run out the virus in the first annoyingly quickly, every five few weeks and months. and the i weekend carries a poll yea rs. suggesting that 80% of people annoyingly quickly, every five years. there are 410,000 passports who have been able to work from home caught in the backlog at the during the coronavirus pandemic, passport office which has been on want to continue doing so. reduced staffing, understandably, it comes as the government prepares since lockdown. overnight the home to change advice for employers office has said, if you can on bringing staff back to workplaces demonstrate that you have applied from the 1st of august. for a renewed passport at least four here's sarah with a look weeks ago, and you can demonstrate, at this morning's weather. may through an airline booking, that you are set to travel in the next holiday season for some people are two weeks, we will expedite your starting to get going, staycations passport, we will get it to you in
five working days. that does not help people applying for an adult may be. sarah, those clouds look a little ominous. yes, if you are camping this passport for the first time, it only weekend, you will see some showers affects renewals. but the passport around, quite blustery as well, but not a right off. today, a fairly office says they will do everything they can if you can... many of the 2 cloudy sort of day, some rain around at times and some of it quite heavy but equally a bit of sunshine and i million passports that have expired, think tomorrow most of should see some more sunshine than there is those people will have no interest today. low—pressure driving are in travelling this summer. and the whether at moment sitting out to the east of scotland, pushing weather advice is, do not book any holidays fronts across the uk, so here is the until you know your passport is in radarfrom fronts across the uk, so here is the radar from the last few hours. you date. i know this has happened to can see splashes of rain around people but what happens if you across can see splashes of rain around a cross m ost can see splashes of rain around across most of the uk, and drier travel and you do not realise your cipher parts of northern ireland with the midlands as well having passport is out of date? will you some brighter spells but for most of immediately be turned away from if us, cloudy morning. some heavy the border? it all depends if they showers across scotland this morning which should turn to ease away. the spot it. honestly there are cloud will break up, so sunny extraordinary stories of what people have got away with. but in theory, spells, but as things warm up, that will kick off some showery rain and in principle, legally, you will not across the south—east, that rain could be quite heavy and thundery as be allowed even to get on a flight we head into the afternoon, anywhere ora
be allowed even to get on a flight or a ferry if your passport has from the isle of wight to kent at expired. having said that, there is about 4pm. the midlands and anecdotal evidence that people have lincolnshire seeing sunny spells and somehow slipped through the net. but heavy, thundery downpours, similar ido somehow slipped through the net. but i do not advise it. no, it is a very for northern ireland, dry weather or northern england and parts of big risk to take. in terms of taking scotland, but we could also see some the temperature for public appetite heavy showers lingering into the afternoon. temperatures for most of for it going, or people opted to us with a height of between 18 and stay in this country, what is your sense of where we are at the moment? 21 degrees, maybe even 23 celsius across parts of the east of england and we could see some showery rain there is huge amounts of uncertainty, as we have been hearing affecting test matches today at old this morning. more concerns about parts of spain. portugal still not trafford, but on and off, so it will not be raining all day and tomorrow being on the ok to visits list. all looks significantly drier. heading into the evening hours, that heavy kinds of uncertainties. there might rain across the south—east of england and east anglia, you are be some people in beautiful likely to hear some rumbles of florence, which has more tourists thunder. most of those heavy showers now than a couple of weeks ago. if clear of the worst east overnight. there were a spike here i might some across the north—west the uk possibly have to spend two weeks but looking mild with double figures waiting here before i was allowed to start sunday morning. sunday morning will start off a little bit home stop there is a lot of anxiety brighter than this morning, lots of out there. my advice is that if you clouds and abbots of rain this are prepared to tolerate the risks
morning, but low pressure still with involved in travelling, then the us with the bulk of the weather fronts moving towards the east. another blustery feeling day tomorrow with winds coming in from chances are you will have an the west, feeling fresher than it enriching and enjoyable journey, has over recent days but there will bea chances are you will have an enriching and enjoyablejourney, and a fantastic experience, which is has over recent days but there will be a bit more sunshine. most showery just what you might need after four rain tomorrow will be across parts months of lockdown. but it will not of scotla nd rain tomorrow will be across parts of scotland especially the west, but what to showers bubbling up later in be for everyone. you need to be able the day across parts of southern and to tolerate all those uncertainties. wales as well but stopped we have even heard people have been temperatures perhaps a degree or two cooler than today, around 16 to 22 told, you are on a flight with somebody who later tested covid—19 degrees but it will feel cooler where you have more sunshine on positive and you might have to offer and fewer showers around as quarantine as well. it is a gamble. well. the outlook into next week if it would be a terrible hardship to you are off on holiday, things look a little unsettled over the next few be stuck there for another two days but then it gradually becomes a weeks. if you do not mind, would you bit drier and warmer from any of as as we head through the week. show as a little bit more of the view of where you are at the moment. thank you, we will speak to you i feel you are mocking view of where you are at the moment. ifeel you are mocking us view of where you are at the moment. i feel you are mocking us with your beautiful blue sky. later. we will be talking about the shed of the year competition later iamjust beautiful blue sky. i am just working. somebody has to. in the show, very serious business. i feel excluded from this. it is wonderful here in italy. one you are inadequate if you do not
have your own shed. i knew category of the countries hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic. when you go because of coronavirus is the lockdown re—purpose and the lockdown out, any insight building, public build shared because a lot of people we re build shared because a lot of people were looking to make extra use of transport, you are going to be wearing a mask. but generally things whatever constructions they had in are wearing a mask. but generally things a re pretty wearing a mask. but generally things their back garden. and the good time to clean out the are pretty relaxed. means means you are pretty relaxed. means means you shed as well. are outdoors. just give as the i tidies my shed, fundamentally one com plete of the more satisfying experiences are outdoors. just give as the complete view. drop down, if you any human being can have. maybe we will ask later what you would not mind. ido would not mind. i do not know if any view of the found when tidying your shed. there british countryside can compete with isa found when tidying your shed. there is a serious point though, and alex that at the moment. we have not got any blue skies like maclean who has one of the that, that is for sure. shortlisted shed is in the budget maybe a glimpse. category and she has recreated a beach hut, the lady we will be how is the weather looking closer to talking to, to provide herfather who has dementia with a soothing home? surrounding, so they have many purposes. they really can and for people who are lucky enough to have our weather watchers have managed to outdoor space and to have a shed, ca ptu re a our weather watchers have managed to capture a few glimpses of blue then particularly during this period skies. a bit of cloud around. some when everyone was kind of hemmed in for such a long time, having a bit sunshine to be seen out there as of outside space for your own mental well. as we head to the day, for
most of us that will be quite a cloudy story. there will be well—being... you can self—isolate in a shed. outbreaks of rain as well. cast your i felt like you can self—isolate in a shed. mind back one year ago today. the ifelt like doing you can self—isolate in a shed. i felt like doing that many times apart from the spiders! now on breakfast, it's time for cambridge university botanic gardens recorded the highest temperature the film review with mark kermode. everin recorded the highest temperature ever in the uk. on this day, 25th of july 2019, temperatures got up to hello and welcome to the film review with me, 38.7 celsius. but today for many mark kermode, rounding up others it will be about 20 celsius. the best movies available for viewing in the home and in cinemas. we are importing our earfrom the remember them? west. behind this cold front, things looking cooler and fresher. outbreaks of rain. we have had some rain over the past few hours. this is the recent radar. heaviest of the rain has been across parts of scotland. they impose a cap for the big movie news this week scotla nd was that the release scotland. they impose a cap for scotland over the next few hours. of christopher nolan's tenet has been delayed yet the clouds you tend to break up a again due to coronavirus. little bit. some blue skies, some yet despite the shock waves caused by that announcement, spells of sunshine, as things start uk cinemas are starting to warm up we will see further heavy to welcome back patrons, showers bubbling up. a must in here with movies like the killer could catch a heavy shower or crocodile picture blackwater abyss now playing in theatres, and the russell crowe action thunderstorm. through the midlands
movie unhinged still due to open wide on the 31st. into northern england and northern this week, the us indie pick st francis takes a delayed bow ireland you could well catch some of those heavy downpours. for scotland, in nearly 100 uk cinemas. the afternoon looks a little brighter but still the chance of one i'm tired. or too heavy and thundery showers you just started walking. will you carry me? around. temperatures for most of us let's go back and get the stroller. no! 18-21 c. 23, 20 four we're almost there, it won't around. temperatures for most of us 18—21 c. 23, 20 four celsius across parts of east anglia and take long if you carry me. lincolnshire. and for the third test at old trafford we are expecting to the park is really close? see a little bit of rain at times but it should not distract play for too long, they will be brighter spells as well. this evening and come on. tonight, most heavy and thundery don't push legally towards the east. whence are reasonably light in the you're sweaty. south. temperatures do not fall too # i wonder where friends...# far. a bit more sunshine to start the brilliant feature debut from writer and star kelly o'sullivan, this is a vibrant and emotionally sunday than today. low pressure not engaging tale that dresses a subversive self—determination far away. the thing towards the manifesto in the clothes north—west of scotland. further showers rotating around that area of of a ditzy, bittersweet comedy low pressure. quite a blustery field about midlife disappointment. to the weather. fresher tomorrow have you nannied before?
i've babysitted...sat. than in recent days. more in the bay of sunshine. most of the rain across do you know how to open this? western parts of scotland. as things o'sullivan plays bridget, a 30—something waitress who finds herself facing an unwanted pregnancy at warm up daytime showers bubbling up across southern parts of england and around the same time that fate conspires to offer her we as well. temperatures tomorrow new employment as a nanny. 17-22 we as well. temperatures tomorrow frances? 17—22 celsius. a fresh feel to the will bridget‘s avowed child—phobia prevent her from caring for six—year—old weather. unsettled as we head into frances, and what will her employers, one of whom the first part of the new week, it is devoutly religious, think of her decision should be drier and warmer, to have a termination? especially in the south, later on next week. directed with loose—limbed intimacy by alex thompson, st frances is refreshingly frank on a number of subjects that mainstream cinema has often considered to be taboo. from menstruation and postnatal depression, to birth control and abortion. boris johnson has admitted the government didn't understand your sperm are the coronavirus in the "first few probably super fast. weeks and months" of the pandemic, that's a compliment. thank you, thank you so much. and suggested things "could have been done differently". i appreciate that. in it's also terrifically an interview with the bbc‘s funny and heart—warming, laura kuenssberg, the prime minister with intimate hand—held said there are "lessons to be cinematography giving us learned" from the government's the impression that we're handling of the coronavirus pandemic eavesdropping on genuine which has now taken the lives conversations and encounters. of more than 45,000 people in the uk. but what's most impressive let's hear what he had to say. is how much the incidental
details of this frank and feisty film ring true. why was she angry? what's a patriarchy? it's where men are in charge and women have to do what they say. like michaela coel‘s outstanding tv series i may destroy you, st frances this was something new that we did expands the representation of women's lives on screen in a manner that's so casual, not understand in the first few weeks and months. we did not see in you hardly notice it's happening. i am proud of you. the beginning their weight was being i'm so proud of you, frannie. transmitted a symptomatically from whispering: i'm not person to person. that was not clear frannie right now. to us or to anybody. that was boris oh, sorry. i loved st frances, and i have no hesitation johnson speaking yesterday. in recommending it. it's well worth let's speak to dr chaand nagpaul, council chair a trip to the cinema. of the british medical association. # i once was lost, he joins us from north london this morning. but now am found...# thank you for talking to us. we will all right, well, that was talk about what the prime minister said ina talk about what the prime minister said in a moment. but to accentuate neither amazing nor graceful. the positives, what do you think the also opening in a number government got right? of uk cinemas this week is stage mother, in which jacki weaver plays maybelline, the director very early on when we first had the of a conservative texas pandemic the government was right in church choir, who inherits taking an approach around taste and a san francisco gay bar when her estranged son dies.
the trees. we had a situation at the maybelline's husband is a straight—arrow stick—in—the—mud who refused end of february, into march, it very to accept his son's sexuality, causing the family to split apart. clear policy that anyone infected would have the contacts chased and are you ricky's mom, from texas? but now, maybelline sees a chance to make peace isolated. that started off in the with the past to become a surrogate mum to the boys in the band, and turn right footing. it went wrong later a rundown drag show into a crowd—pulling success. on. the other positive, if i can call it that, we did create the back in the ‘90s, capacity in the nhs to manage the films like priscilla, queen of the desert and to wong foo, thanks for everything julie impact of increased numbers of newmar provided multiplex friendly portrayals of drag patients with covid—19. i also want culture, along with mike nichols' the birdcage, to see there was a negative there as a star—studded us remake of la cage aux folles. well because that was at the expense and whatever those films' of millions of patient two did not flaws, they seemed at the time broadly ground—breaking. have coronavirus not receiving the but in the age of rupaul‘s ca re have coronavirus not receiving the care because there was not even naff drag race, it's hard to see what ground, if any, capacity in the nhs. what did you is being broken by stage mother. think of what are the prime minister there's literally nothing new or original about director tom fitzgerald's movie said yesterday a shift in emphasis having previously said things went from a script by brad henning, which is content to simply as well as we could have done?m tick every well—meaning stereotypical box.
thank heaven forjacki weaver, having previously said things went as well as we could have done? it is clear is that things did not go as who was oscar—nominated for recent hits like well as they should have done animal kingdom and silver linings playbook, and brings a much—needed dose of oomph because we have had sadly a to a film that, mortality rate in the uk that is far although good—hearted, borders all too often higher than any of our european on the bland. comparative nations. we went into this pandemic with a head start, in starting later than in spain and italy. we had something to learn from them. in spite of that we have done so much worse. the true death toll is higher than 45,000. that is based on death certificates. there there's both a theatrical are many others who would have died and virtual release for il traditore, the traitor, a sprawling drama about tommaso buscetta, a member from covid—19 that are not. the of the sicilian mafia other mortality, we must not forget, who turned informant, shedding light on the inner the excess overall excess mortality, workings of the cosa nostra. all those other patients who did not have covid—19 but were not able to receive treatment during the pandemic. when you add that into the in competition at last year's cannes film festival, marco bellocchio's ambitious, mix, we have done much worse than
if not always enthralling drama other european nations. there is a very serious issue here. it is not depicts buscetta and his family, from whom he was separated about blame. it is about learning and being honest about the fact that by geography and imprisonment, and some of whom he lost to a catalogue things did not go as they should of internecine mob violence. have done. there are reasons for that. what is really important is to the most intriguing scenes are those between buscetta and judge falconi, with these learn now. what the british medical two men from opposite sides of the law finding unexpected association alongside many other royal colleges and other kinship and respect. associations are calling for is an independent rapid review to make sure that whatever we do from this moment onwards is based on proper objective approach is to minimise further casualties over the coming there's weird theatre too months. part of the problem for the in the courtroom scenes, in which buscetta testifies government and for other countries while mafias who watch from behind barsjeering, as well, is that this was a new gesturing and occasionally virus. it is not something that had taking the stand. been seen before. to some extent it's an epic story, which was the italian entry everybody was learning as the for the 92nd academy awards' situation unfolded. that is clearly international feature category, but which, for me, lacked the kinetic energy with which, true, this is a new virus. but there for example, scorsese's goodfellas took a true—life
crime saga and turned it into something genuinely cinematic. we re true, this is a new virus. but there were many things that the uk did that were different from established practices in other nations. start at this is the place you come where you can dance and scream and be with your own kind the lockdown. at a time when many other countries had stopped public and where everything is gatherings we still went ahead with possible. but how do i get major public events, with large there from here? crowds, the cheltenham races, other transformation is at the heart of how to build a girl, sporting events. we were not doing adopted by screenwriter caitlin moran what was being done in other places. from her autobiographically— inspired bestseller. when it came to the approach around what a beautiful day! i regret to say that despite my ppe we had a head start, knowing the best intentions, today has been another miserable one. levels of ppe that would be required well, missy, to seeing what was going on in italy i've had plenty of those. and spain. it's what we were told beanie feldstein plays johanna morrigan, a studious mid—90s school kid with dreams was there was enough stockpiled, that was the student is given to of becoming a writer, doctors like us. when it came to it who discovers that an unbridled and we did not have the equipment to enthusiasm for the annie soundtrack isn't what the hip protect ourselves, as a medical rock press are looking for. have a free t—shirt. profession, and other health care workers, we were then told it was dear god, it's a child catcher. around the fact that supplies are not able to be delivered because of
so, she reinvents herself logistics and the army were drafted as bad girl dolly wilde, a top hat—wearing whirlwind in. sorry to interrupt, i have who wins awards for writing the kind of scathing reviews that make her feared interviewed people who were on the and famous, but also leave her front line who said that at times they came close to not having enough feeling empty and unfulfilled. ppe. iam not like gurinder chadha's they came close to not having enough ppe. i am not disputing that ppe was blinded by the light, a major issue. but people who worked how to build a girl has a rough and ready energy that's hard to resist, sprinkling its on the covid—19 awards have said that they always had enough, they streetwise tale with elements got by. of ecstatic musical fantasia. however awful it is on earth, you are right, that we managed to it's always summer. it's a credit to feldstein get by. but that should not have that the wobbliness of her wolverhampton accent never comes between us been the case. we got by at times we and her character. instead, we simply get on board are stocks had almost completely run with her adventures, out. remember, the entire idea of as she resolves to rip it up and start again. having covid—19 and non—disease—macro words was flawed. come on, we're going out. how to build a girl is available on amazon prime. 300 care workers have died. 90% of doctors who have died have come from
a bame background. there were problems with ppe. supply chain and from wolverhampton to paris for alice, the prize—winning feature debut from australian the entire rear students we deceived writer—director at the beginning that there was josephine mackerras. enough, that is what we were told. emilie piponnier is a woman with a child and an apparently loving husband who suddenly disappears after squandering —— entire rear students. all their money on high—class prostitutes. facing foreclosure on her home, alice turns to the very escort they were, but as i said, what was a agencies to which her husband was addicted, finding a new line of work which proves problem was we were given assurances unexpectedly liberating. that were not matched with reality. we were not told there were shortages, we were told they were there but were not being delivered. that, if there is any learning that originally written as needs to be had, there needs to be an english—language film set in london, alice has a somewhat openers with the public and the rose—tinted view of sex work profession. the other issue that early on was also a problem was that sits comfortably, or should that be around the testing policy. not uncomfortably, within because this was a new virus but a certain strand of chic because this was a new virus but cosmopolitan french cinema. because it it was clear was the way
you deal with a pandemic is the what raises this above the level contact trace and isolate. what happened at the beginning of march of mere movie cliche is the efficiency in is that we abandoned that at the uk which mackerras evokes the personal and financial catastrophe facing our heroine in the first act. we really do get the feeling government took a view or a policy of watching someone's life suddenly falling apart, of self isolation without testing thanks in no small part to people in the community and emilie piponnier‘s performance. therefore there was no control. this plaudits too to martin swabey, who is eerily convincing came ata as the perfect partner therefore there was no control. this came at a time, i remember, when the who turns out to be who were using this director—general a loathsome creep. alice is available on selected digital platforms. mantra of testing. the infection # trolls, they want to have fun. # yeah, trolls just rapidly expanded, at what we did not want to have fun.# get from the government was clarity as to why it had literally abandoned back at the beginning of lockdown, trolls world tour that contact tracing approach and was one of the first major studio films intended for cinema release, that contact tracing approach and that i think resulted in far greater but instead went straight spread when what we should have been to streaming services. doing at that stage is making sure poppy, you know you can't go back on a pinky promise. we knew who had the infection, who from monday, you can own it with a contact and isolated them. on dvd and blu—ray to watch that also led to an expansion. thank over and over and over again. a prospect that will you very much indeed. this will
doubtless delight some kids office to be talked about a great while terrifying their parents. length at the independent review a pinky promise! which will take place in due course dang! i'll leave you with news that bong joon ho's oscar into the coronavirus pandemic. i winner parasite is back sent away in. —— as and when. at the curzon mayfair in london and on curzon home cinema in the black—and—white addition in the black—and—white edition unveiled at the rotterdam film headlines coming up. festival earlier this year. according to director bong, all the characters look even more poignant and the distinctions between the different spaces where the families live with all the shades of grey, are even more tragic. that's it for this week. thanks for watching the film review. stay safe and i'll be back next week. i apologise.
there are concerns that some leisure facilities will remain permanently closed. the trade body representing the leisure industry has warned that financial pressures mean a third of facilities will not reopen this say week. gems and pools remain closed hello, this is breakfast with rogerjohnson in scotland and wales but have and rachel burden. good morning, here's reopened in northern ireland. a summary of today's main stories from bbc news. being overweight puts gyms and swimming pools you at greater risk of serious in england reopen today with strict illness or death from coronavirus, hygiene and social distancing according to a new report measures in place. from public health england. it found that being but, there are concerns that some "severely obese" increased the likelihood of dying by 40%. the government is expected leisure facilities will remain to announce new measures to curb obesity next week, including restrictions on advertising junk food. permanently closed. the trade body representing the leisure industry has warned that financial pressures mean a third of facilities people who want to go will not reopen this week. on holiday abroad gyms and pools remain closed are being warned not to book unless they have an in scotland and wales, but have reopened in northern ireland. up—to—date passport. being overweight puts a backlog of more than you at greater risk of serious 400,000 uk passport illness or death from coronavirus, applications has built up because of disruption according to a new report caused by the coronavirus. officials say they ll prioritise from public health england. emergency cases and those who need to travel in the next two weeks. it found that being "severely obese" increased the likelihood of dying by 40%. spain remains on the list the government is expected of " reduced risk" countries to announce new measures which can be visited
to curb obesity next week, without the need to quarantine including restrictions on return to england — on advertising junk food. despite a recent spike in covid—19 people who want to go cases. on holiday abroad are being warned not to book people in parts of the aragon unless they have an up—to—date passport. and catalonia regions — a backlog of more than 400,000 uk passport including barcelona — applications has built up are currently being advised because of disruption to leave their homes only caused by the coronavirus. for essential activities. france is considering closing officials say they ll prioritise emergency cases and those who need its border with spain. to travel in the next two weeks. those are the main spain remains on the list of " reduced risk" countries stories this morning. which can be visited our lead story about swimming pools without the need to quarantine on return to england — and gyms reopening is where wejoin despite a recent spike in covid—19 cases. mike for the sport, because it should have been the opening ceremony of the olympic games in people in parts of the aragon and catalonia regions — tokyo this weekend, instead you are including barcelona — are currently being advised in an iconic olympic venue from to leave their homes only for essential activities. france is considering closing 2012. its border with spain. yes, the aquatic centre at the the duke and duchess of sussex have olympic park, this is the pool where distanced themselves from a book which claims to give the swimming was held at the london a detailed account of a breakdown 2012 games, rather apt on the day it in their relations with other members of the royal family. should have started. it is all the book, finding freedom — being serialised by the times — different because of social distancing now that pools are open suggests harry and meghan had felt their complaints weren't in england again from today. this is
being taken seriously. the changing room. you have to bypass the lockers and cubicles on the way through, one—way system, a spokesman for the duke and duchess of sussex said limited numbers allowed in, this is where you drop your staff, so i have they hadn't been interviewed or contributed to the book. as we've been hearing, swimming pools my swimmers on underneath, safe in england can reopen today. distance space, and basically you can strip off, like the couple here, igoto can strip off, like the couple here, i go to the pool where you can get mike's at the london back into the water for the first aquatics centre. am hoping that that is not a pair time since march. i am not going to do that yet, i will say that pleasure for later. lots of people of i am hoping that that is not a pair of trunks in your hand, but you look like you are ready to get changed. here this morning, half the normal capacity. the chlorine is stronger and there is a one—way system around swimming pools reopen today as long the lanes to ensure social as everyone keeps two metres apart. distancing. no masks are needed as social distancing is very important long as you keep distance. the as to how it operates in the new backstroke allowed. let speak to one normal. you book a session online here at the london aquatics centre of the swimmers. missing it so much, and then 80 people are allowed in emma. does it feel like?” per hour, half the normal capacity and you bypass the changing rooms. of the swimmers. missing it so much, emma. does it feel like? i have missed it a lot, i was swimming
you don't go into those cubicles and every day and 6am i do not have that lockers. you come into the corridor, was really hard. it is lovely being you come down this corridor you backin was really hard. it is lovely being back in the water. the physical and wouldn't normally come down to. the one thing you have to do is remove mental benefits. yes, it has done a lot for me, i have been swimming your shoes, i have taken mine off every day for eight years, so was a already to save time. that is the big hole not to have at there. what unusual thing. you come into this have the measures be like in terms incredible facility that was the of social distancing? more space in london 2012 olympic pool but is now the pool. loads more space, the an important facility for the lanes were a lot narrower before, community. you bring all of your they are a lot wider. no one is bags, you arrive beach ready so you have your swimming costume or trunks overtaking. a lot more space and a on underneath your clothing and you lot easier. we will let you get back arrive at the far end which is where you get changed and the new way of operating, the idea being to reduce on. you have an hour at a time before you get out. all eyes today any congregating of people in changing rooms, so we can keep that will be on england's ollie pope as he tries to reach his second test social distancing. you get into the centre. i have looked at the weather pool social distancing. you get into the pool, wider lanes, twice the width, forecast, apparently the rain is going to clear hopefully by this and you swim clockwise. you cannot do the backstroke, but this is the afternoon, that is when we should see a grid resuming at 258—4 against first time that these swimmers have beenin the west indies. —— england first time that these swimmers have been in an indoor pool, and given the weather today that is important, since march. and such an important
resuming. robbie burns made 57, he facility. 4000 children learn to was dismissed by superb reaction swim here, and 600 use the guide catch from wrecking cornwall, six programme. let's speak to some of food six, 22 stone, the heaviest those who for the first time are test cricketer in the modern era, backin those who for the first time are back in the water after all of that time. what does it feel like? it is but what amazing agility. that left england struggling on 122—4. jos buttler and ollie pope still there after reaching half centuries. pope very good, it is brilliant. it was just needs nine more runs to so long ago. swimming is a big part com plete just needs nine more runs to complete that second test 100 lies on that today. back at the aquatic of my life, yes, i used to do it centre, you leave the pool, you are every day. i am really happy to be allowed to go through here. a quick here. let's speak to kitty may, how shower, a ridden shower, only half the shells are open. then you can at does it feel to be back in the this point use a cubicle to get water? it is quite nice because i dried off before going home out a missed swimming a lot. you have different way using the one—way really missed it? yes. and you are system. i will be talking to mark. at how it is working and swimming backin not using the changing rooms, one of at how it is working and swimming back in indoor pools, who could be the key things has been the way it quite busy today.
is operated safely, mark is the football focus is on bbc one at 12pm chief executive. if i can just and dan will be hosting. he's here with us now. morning, dan. good morning. lovely to see you adjust the microphone stand. you had both. if you are one of those people adjust the microphone stand. you had a tester yesterday how is it working? we are really pleased the fully fed up with football continue throughout the summer, this is the final weekend of the regular premier way the customers have taken to it because it is a bit strange, calm league season. the fa cup and beach ready get changed at the chappies league will follow, we have poolside, have a shower on the way a pet football focus for you as you would expect. we'll hearfrom out, just to make sure that customers do not cross their path. a pet football focus for you as you would expect. we'll hear from that title winners liverpool, mo salah it isa will be on the programme. we heard customers do not cross their path. it is a one—way system. there is 1.5 chlorine in the pool. so you might from jordan henderson on breakfast in that interview earlier. he the notice that in your eyes. yes, google is probably recommended. then football writer player of the year. a few issues to sort out in the top when you come out you can have a division, both the top and the nice, hot shower before you go. -- bottom. we know who the winners are, yes, swimming goggles are manchester city second, but they you recommended. and keeping people safe have manchester united, chelsea, is the top priority. and enjoy leicester all vying for two spots remaining in the champions league positions for next season's yourself and getting exercise, and helping the prime minister with his anti—obesity campaign. champions league. this week
helping the prime minister with his anti-obesity campaign. swimming is important for physical and mental leicester ta ke champions league. this week leicester take on manchester united, so one of those teens is likely to health, for people recovering from injuries, for example. some gems miss out, we have been speaking to the leicester goalkeeper. obviously might not be able to open for financial reasons, will that be the you are desperate to be in the same with some swimming pools? we champions league, but let's say that look after swimming pools and gyms doesn't happen, has its w great so we look after swimming pools and gyms so we have had pain in all season? i think anybody who looks at directions. most of them are won by it objectively would say yes, 100%. local authorities and local authorities are struggling, so to if you remove the feelings and keep them open is a challenge, and emotions and the pride and things the private sector as well, 10—20% like that, you definitely say yes, and you go back to the start of the are going to be threatened because they have had no money for four season, someone says leicester city we re season, someone says leicester city were going to be europa league, that would be classed as a successful months, they've had had further money for four months but all the season. the possibility of champions league was there at the start, it other costs, it is a real challenge for everybody. and half the has been a dream, and here we are, capacity, that is going to be a hit, 37 games in, still a possibility. we having only 80 people in per hour have had a good season, and they can rather than the usual 160. we are helping with the booking system that still end up have had a good season, and they can stillend up being have had a good season, and they can still end up being a great season. edifice weekend for fans of you can pick the time, so we can leicester, manchester united and hopefully get people, more people chelsea, spare a thought for the
across for longer. it is not happy others, norwich have already been relegated, villa have put themselves ata relegated, villa have put themselves at a fantastic position to try and days exactly but better than being stay in the division, so villa, closed. and such a relief for so watford and bournemouth, two of many people. thank you, mark, we those will go down with norwich. will have to leave it there. the looking at the championship, both rain is forecast for the cricket at ends crazy, we will be looking at old trafford in manchester. that, nottingham forest fan still in recovery, but we know that after a shaky start to the third and final test brentford, fulham, cardiff and england's batsmen recovered well swa nsea brentford, fulham, cardiff and swansea other four teams who will be against the west indies yesterday. they'll resume on 258—4 this in the play—offs try to go up with morning, weather permitting. leeds and west bromwich into the premier league. we will hear from opener rory burns made 57 but when he was out england nathan jones of were wobbling on 122 for four. premier league. we will hear from nathanjones of luton who willjoin his life talking about their in the champions —— championship. alec scott and tim k hill will be with cornwell, the heaviest test cricketer in the melbourne area. —— those. midday. rachel, iam good the modern area for —— the modern scott and tim k hill will be with those. midday. rachel, i am good you tied out my shed. you have inspired me. “— era. butjos buttler and ollie pope tied out my shed. you have inspired me. ——i tied out my shed. you have inspired me. —— i am going to tidy out. are both still there after reaching half centuries. pope needsjust nine more runs to complete his second test hundred.
i've got pretty high expectations of myself, if i'm being honest. and when i don't score runs, rachel and roger are through there. i get pretty down on myself, if you open your studio door, we to be honest, so i was pretty keen could wave at each other, but we are to get a few today and i've been feeling good in the net throughout the course of this bubble period, socially distanced. you are in for a but it's nice to get cheat later, enjoyed. —— infora a few under my belt. let's hope they can get some play in treat. that is the dream team. today. the test goes onto tuesday but some of those days might be wiped out by the weather. people are they are the real powers behind the arriving here, such relief, 80 red sofa. for the past four months, people per hour, other sports will more than two million people across england have been shielding be allowed to resume, synchronised themselves from the coronavirus, but next week the rules swimming, will be talking about that are set to change. for many people, that later on. things like canoeing, will mean an end to extra support like food deliveries, and some are concerned that their families still need help. water polo, will be able to restart fiona trott reports. again with all beasley's safe hi, matthew. hiya, you all right? distancing and all of these safety i've got the stuff for you. a welcome sight. measures in place. we will speak i'll set them down here for you. from next week, rebecca and poppy about synchronised swimming later. when you have had your swim you can will continue to shield. they will not get free food boxes, so volunteers like matthew are all they have. have a rinse shower on the way out, 0k, see you later. some of the showers are closed to staying at home is a tough decision,
maintain social distancing and you but for them, it's necessary. can at this point go into the it's really worrying because although they've lifted cu bicles to the ban, there's always the thought can at this point go into the cubicles to dry off, before going of a second wave coming and obviously, i want to protect my out of the one—way system. reduced daughter as much as i can especially capacity, for the first time since with her immune system being so low. march, ona capacity, for the first time since march, on a wet day, you can book a it's going to be really scary, you know, to ever let her out dip in yourlocal march, on a wet day, you can book a dip in your local swimming pool in of the house again, to be honest. england and northern ireland. we when will that be? i don't know. will be back with mike later on. as i don't know — when there's a cure. do you think shielding someone who does a good impression should be lifted at all? some of it, yeah, but not for ofa someone who does a good impression of a beached whale when i get into the pool, anyone who can swim for the really vulnerable ones like me. one hour, i have no respect for. i am with you on that one. thank goodness the underwater hockey is in gateshead, 95—year—old elizabeth back. we have missed it! is desperate to go to the shops, but the garden and her sheltered accommodation for the past four months, is the furthest she will go. more than two million people across england have been shielding themselves from the coronavirus, but next week the rules well, because i don't want to catch the virus, isn't it? are set to change. for many people, that i mean, you know, there's how many will mean an end to extra people have lost their lives to it? support like food deliveries, and some are concerned and i've come to a big age that their families still need help. now and i don't want fiona trott reports. to lose it to a virus,
hi, matthew. really, isn't it? hiya, you all right? i've got the stuff for you. a welcome sight. i'll set them down here for you. for four months, these food boxes have been a lifeline for people from next week, rebecca and poppy who don't leave the house, but when shielding stops, will continue to shield. they, too, will stop. they will not get free food boxes, so volunteers like matthew are all they have. 0k, see you later. that's why this charity on teesside is stepping in. staying at home is a tough decision, i'm at the supermarket. but for them, it's necessary. is there anything else it's really worrying we need this morning? because although they've lifted pipsco buys food and collects the ban, there's always the thought donations from the supermarket. of a second wave coming it's then packed here. and obviously, i want to protect my daughter as much as i can especially with her immune system being so low. they've even made up meal kits, it's going to be really scary, all delivered to people's homes. you know, to ever let her out when the covid pandemic hit, of the house again, to be honest. i couldn't get when will that be? i don't know. a food delivery online. i don't know — when there's a cure. the woman behind it is shielding herself. do you think shielding she knows how difficult it is. should be lifted at all? this is people who are so terrified some of it, yeah, but not for for their health going out that they would literally starve. we have had messages from people the really vulnerable ones like me. who have shared a packet of super noodles between three school—age kids for dinner. in gateshead, 95—year—old elizabeth it is such a massive issue that is desperate to go to the shops, needed to be solved and ijust but the garden and her sheltered didn't see how the government accommodation
is the furthest she will go. was going to sort that so quickly. well, because i don't want to catch there is also concern that some the virus, isn't it? people behind closed doors may be i mean, you know, there's how many struggling with their mental health. people have lost their lives to it? i actually got a telephone call and i've come to a big age from a patient‘s sister now and i don't want because the patient themselves to lose it to a virus, was really fearful that they might really, isn't it? be being spied on, that if they go for four months, these food boxes out, they will get into trouble have been a lifeline for people when, in fact, they are being who don't leave the house, but when shielding stops, they, too, will stop. shielded and they absolutely that's why this charity on teesside is stepping in. need to be shielded, i'm at the supermarket. so shielding has been a huge is there anything else damaging experience to her mental health and she is only one. we need this morning? the pause in shielding makes no pipsco buys food and collects donations from the supermarket. difference to some people. it's then packed here. the government says nhs volunteers they've even made up meal kits, all delivered to people's homes. are still there to help. when the covid pandemic hit, i couldn't get a food delivery online. the woman behind it is shielding herself. worth going through the guidelines she knows how difficult it is. for people who come out of shielding, because it is not
this is people who are so terrified com pletely shielding, because it is not completely a reversion to what the for their health going out guidelines are for everyone. they that they would literally starve. say you can leave your home to spend we have had messages from people time outdoors but always try and who have shared a packet of super noodles between three stay two metres apart. school—age kids for dinner. it is such a massive issue that try not to leave your home more than needed to be solved and ijust once a day, go out when they are didn't see how the government fewer people around. do not go was going to sort that so quickly. there is also concern that some people behind closed doors may be anywhere indoors, such as shops. it struggling with their mental health. is not a return to normality and some other people are experiencing. i actually got a telephone call from a patient‘s sister because the patient themselves was really fearful that they might we speak to a lot of listeners be being spied on, that if they go out, they will get into trouble when, in fact, they are being monday to friday about this, this is shielded and they absolutely a very personal thing and terms of need to be shielded, some people are really relieved the guidances changed and will enjoy so shielding has been a huge more freedom, but for others it will bea more freedom, but for others it will damaging experience to her mental be a much more worrying period. yes, health and she is only one. 2 million people across the uk are shielding, so people will be feeling the pause in shielding makes no difference to some people.
the government says nhs volunteers are still there to help. differently throughout that cohort. 90,000 children included, notjust elderly people who are shielding, it isa elderly people who are shielding, it is a mixed bag. there is going to be mixed views. talking to my patients, there is a lot of anxiety going from now the weather. lots of people shielding to being able to go out getting out and about so we are hoping for a little bit of a lift in again, and the government guidances the gloom. is there any sign of it? there about limiting the numbers of times they go out, how far they are we have a few spells of sunshine out between people. but there are things there, not a write off, but an they have no control over, they cannot control other people's u nsettled there, not a write off, but an unsettled picture through today and behaviour, how close they get to into tomorrow. cloudy today, outbreaks of rain around and this is them. it is not so easy to stake —— say stay two metres away. food the picture first thing in beer in deliveries may come to an end for a devon. we have some torrential lot of people which means they will have to go to the shop so they have downpours later this afternoon, some thunderstorms around as well but not no other means. there are charities and communities that are helping everywhere will see it, the showers will be hit and miss. we have this these people about anxiety levels big area of low pressure driving the are high and there was also a worry weather. weather fronts will be of her second wave with these people, so they are really left out pushing their way west to east over the next 24 are as, bringing of this and there is no intermediate space for them. they have gone from outbreaks of rain and blustery
winds. this is where we have had the shielding to being able to go back rain over the past couple of hours, out, some may have to go back to work as well, that is a real issue. many places waking up to a damp start. heavy rain across parts of what is the situation with that? if you do not safe leaving home, but scotla nd start. heavy rain across parts of scotland this morning, further south we will see those torrential showers into the afternoon. nobody will be the messages to get back in the office or your workplace if you can, immune to catching those showers, as how do you manage that if you do not we head through the course of the have a sympathetic boss? and are gps day, particularly through the midlands, east anglia and later in the day the south—east of england. being drawn into those discussions? we have been asked about it, and i northern ireland catching some of those torrential downpours. from have had a number of calls about theirs. about what can be done. it northern ireland into scotland, you will see some drier and brighter is all about communication with the bars, bosses are being put in a weather. some heavy showers and difficult situation as well because thunderstorms across eastern parts they have been told where possible of scotland, but temperatures out if they need to to get people back there for most of us between 18—21, into the office, but it has all there for most of us between 18—21, the warmest spots in parts of east about compromise. we have all learned there are things we can do from home that we were not doing anglia and lincolnshire at around 23 before, so you may not be able to celsius, but we expect to see some go... you do not have to go in of those heavy downpours. we could see some rain for the third test at everyday, perhaps you can go in old trafford, but it will not be wet certain days. when people have been all day, there will be some drier off long—term sick from our point of
view we often give what we call weather later. into the evening, phased return to work notes. there most of those heavy downpours to the isa phased return to work notes. there is a slow incremental build—up to east. some drier weather overnight. returning. that may be something there will be some rain moving into they can discuss. you were just hope the north—west, but mild, so temperatures in double figures to to for flexibility start sunday morning. sunday morning they can discuss. you were just hope forflexibility in the circumstances. you mentioned anxiety, the whole status of being classified as a shield i must have a starting on a better note than this morning with more sunshine around. profound impact on your confidence some low pressure not far away, to the north—west of uk. further in the wider community and on mental shadows will rattle around that area well—being which we have talked about. how are you navigating that of low pressure and it will be with your patients? mental health is blustery in parts of northern going to be a big issue in the ireland and scotland, some heavy showers for the west of scotland but for the rest of the uk, drier than coming months. forshielding patients returning back to what is it is today, so some sunshine considered normal. but for everyone tomorrow, feeling a little bit else who are struggling with the pressure, and temperatures between return of the easing of the 16-22 pressure, and temperatures between 16—22 on sunday. looking fairly lockdown. i think that will be u nsettled tricky for other people as well. i 16—22 on sunday. looking fairly unsettled as we start next week. showers lingering into monday, so a am seeing more nhs staff, people who have been on the front line, who blustery sort of day then high pressure building later in the week over the last four months have been so particularly for england and
wales you will see temperatures rising through the course of next increasingly busy, seeing things at week and showers should fade away an intensity that they were never into next week, roger and rachel. seen before and now that things are slowing down a little they have had time to reflect, and i have had not a huge amount to cheer about conversations with my patients who u nless not a huge amount to cheer about unless you are in oxford next week. are front line staff have about how that has affected their mental health. it is really hard. quite a thank you, sarah. if you are missing shock if you have been shielding for a long time as you go out into the a bit of nice summer weather we may world and in some situations it have something for you in the next feels like everything is kind of few minutes. let's take a look at this week's travel show. back to normal. that can be really this week airlines, anger, and still no answers. disconcerting. i know you are the people fighting a four—month battle recommending for people to try and to get their money back. perhaps get out they are slowly, and canals without the crowds. making the move towards being could the end of the lockdown mean a second chance for venice? outside, mixing with people in small stages. yes, there are going to be things you have control over and first up, that issue thatjust things you have control over and things you have control over and things you don't. you do not have doesn't go away — refunds. control over anyone else's behaviour so you have to put that to one side. you may remember when we first it is easy to get disheartened by started reporting on lockdown back at the end of march, big crowds of people hanging out it quickly became apparent that together, but there are things you many people just couldn't can do. if you are worried about get their money back
for cancelled flights. going out, built it up slowly in four months on and we are still small increments, perhaps going being contacted by viewers who can't get a refund outside five minutes to begin with, from their airlines, go for a short walk, slowly build it so we have sent simon calder up, as you said before, go out when in to investigate why. it is least busy, early in the between march and june, mornings, if you can go to open we on the travel show estimate green spaces, good for your mental that at least half a billion travellers have had their flights cancelled worldwide, health rather than crowded and, quite reasonably, inner—city areas. there are small many would like things you can do to build it up. their money back. the airline's response has been thank you, always good to talk to very lacking in information, you. here's sarah with a look and the most important thing is how long i should expect at this morning's weather. to wait for my refund. good morning, it is looking a bit the travel agent is saying that the airline is responsible, mixed out there. today and tomorrow, and the airline is telling me that the travel agent are responsible. fairly unsettled. we have glimpses we received the refund of blue sky, this is the picture in number on june 1st. and as yet we have cambridge this morning. some sunny had nothing else. spells around but for most it will we only know that there be fairly cloudy through the day and is 120 days' wait. the same as everybody else. there will be outbreaks of rain
later, some can be heavy and i have lost myjob now as well, so i have got no income any thundery as well. casting our minds more, so it would have been back to one year ago, in cambridge nice to have it back. a little sooner. the 25th ofjuly 2019 was when we with flights being cancelled, your rights are clear recorded the highest uk temperature at least in the uk and the european union. ever recorded. 38.7 celsius. today, you must get your money back within a week, whether you have booked direct with the airline, very different, many 20 degrees or through a travel agent. cooler, because we have our air many other countries, coming from the atlantic. a fairly including the us, india, freshfields through the day, cold brazil and egypt have similar front bringing outbreaks of rain. rules, but, in this unprecedented crisis, this is where we had showers of the it's clear that many airlines past couple of hours, heavy across and agents are falling short parts of scotland, continuing to see of their refund obligations. some rattling through across here in st albans, one scotla nd some rattling through across scotland over the next few hours. group of customers feel particularly let down. england and wales, sunny spells developing at the sunshine breaks the cloud, but as things warm up, back in march, 21 members more showers building. down towards parts of southern and south—eastern of the nsg performing arts school were supposed to fly england, some rain could be quite to los angeles to compete in an international heavy, persistent. could be some dance competition. hailand heavy, persistent. could be some hail and thunder and lightning. showers across parts of the basically two years of working midlands, wales, some try weather every week, every sunday,
for parts of northern england and and fundraising for as much money as you can because scotland. showers rattling in for it is very expensive northern ireland later. he tended to get over there. so we had various most, not going to be all be seeing fundraising events. the showers, but if you catch when both my children got part—time it could be heavy. we could just see jobs so that they could help raise money towards it. christmas was cut a little bit short in the presents 24 celsius also in parts of east and things, and obviously at the moment still we are anglia. as the third test continues waiting for that to come back. at old trafford, a chance of rain at times interrupting play today but a few days before flying out, the group were notified there will be some dry weather on by their carrier, virgin atlantic, that their flights there will be some dry weather on the cards as well. the heaviest had been cancelled. showers clearing to the east in the three and a half months later they were still waiting evening, then starting to dry for their refund of £14,000. overnight. still reasonably mild with temperatures holding up in it is really frustrating. double figures for many. we start sunday on a better note, a bit more on a daily basis, having blue sky arise from the word go, but to e—mail them and obviously have been contacting low pressure still not far—away, the travel agent. sitting to the north—west of various other mothers as well have been having scotland, a few isobars on the map. to e—mail them constantly, and none of us have been getting anything back. or, we have been getting fairly blustery, feeling fresher e—mails that say here is a reference number, and we will contact than has died recently, compensating you within five days, and then with a bit more blue sky. still some we don't get contacted. it is just frustrating. virgin has apologised to the dance group for showers, heavy across western
the delay, and told us... scotland, later southern parts of england and wales will see a few of we are committed to processing each refund at the earliest those heavy showers, the odd opportunity, but, in some thunderstorm. not as frequent as cases, this may take up they will be today. temperatures to a maximum of 120 days. we are making every effort to reduce this timeframe. tomorrow, 17—23 celsius, windy and fortunately this story wet for many on monday, but things has a happy ending. since speaking to us, ollie, turning drier and warmer, nick and the group have particularly in the south, as we got their money back. head through the coming week. but the refund fiasco has created a new industry, helping just briefly, we were talking about passengers get their money back from airlines in return for a slice of the proceeds. guidelines for shielding. just briefly, we were talking about guidelines forshielding. i just briefly, we were talking about guidelines for shielding. i said, from the 1st of august, shield us have been told they can refer to a german company called where everyone else is, but there is flight right has brought a lawsuit over unpaid refunds advice for an in between stage. i against a number of international airlines, got wrong, sorry, the advice of a including lufthansa and klm. doubt is for people who are oscar, have you got any shielding now but can go outdoors idea how much, globally, now. that is the current advice now. is owed to passengers whose flights were cancelled ? as of the 1st of august, i think it is really an it's pretty much as for the rest of unprecedented amount. hours but i will check. i will of course we do not know
it on a global scale, check. thank you to matthew who but in germany, there is over 1 billion euros of refunds pointed that out on twitter. make owed, and if you then sure we get that right. extrapolate this to other countries, it means that many of us have had in europe we are talking to adapt to working about multiple billions of ticket refunds owed from home during lockdown, to the customers. but if that's set to continue, how do you fancy a bit of a change of scene? today, applications open surely, then, this is an extraordinary time. for people to live and work airlines have made redundant in barbados for a year. you just have to have cash thousands of workers. in the bank and be covid—free, they have no cash coming in — as simon browning reports. shouldn't they be given a little leniency? so, in our opinion, this leniency is up to the customer. look at it. blue sea, golden sands, now, the customer has entered the last few months have been tough, into a contract with these but would you swap all of this airlines and, if they want to act as a kind of micro—loan, as a bank, for the airlines, for a year working there? then it is up to them, but on the other hand, the government there is being very if you just say it is just my clever and who can blame them when it looks like this? money, and i don't want to give and with the newer global collapse you a loan, then it is up to the customer to get of tourism and a surge the money back as soon in remote working, its never as the law is able to looked so attractive. give it back to them. one of the other airlines in oscar's sights is ryanair, —— near. a little bit of cloud, the biggest budget airline in but it is quite nice europe. here in barbados today. there is no shortage of people out there who are a few of my dogs hanging out trying to make money
here by the pool and, yeah, on the back of airlines. all that's going to happen i cannot recommend it enough. to the customer is, they will wait just as long and they won't get the full refund, because these claims harvesters will take a piece for themselves. maurice has been working remotely so why is it proving in barbados for 20 years. so difficult to give this is the space customers their money back? outside his office. it's value. it's not a bad view. so, obviously, the lure of barbados is that beautiful water we have in excess of 20 million and those amazing beaches. passengers to deal with. how much does the beach play apart in your life, day—to—day? not a lot, to be honest. we are making our way through that. what? a lot less then... we are, in excess of i mean, my kids probably go 750 million euros now to the beach more than i do, of vouchers, cash refunds, but if i'm looking at what i do or flight changes. in my it's more golf. but the important issue is, i'm involved in all the sports. everybody who wants their money back will get it back. it is just taking some time. so, what's the catch for a living here in paradise? the head of the aviation well, you're going to need about £1500 for the visa if you're trade association, iata, goes further, saying that on your own and about £2500 delaying passenger refunds is vital for for the visa if you are a family and it is valid for a year, the industry's cash flow. butjust imagine all those zoom it is a matter of survival for us, and the cash calls, shirt on top but you're position, the cash crisis, always beach ready below. that we are facing is probably
right now, people want, those people the most urgent and the most who haven't done a gap year, now that they've got the opportunity difficult part of our situation to work remotely, it's a fantastic opportunity for that. currently, so we are conscious i think that we will get a lot of, how can i qualify, the help of millennial families as well, people who want a safer environment we are asking passengers for. for their kids and we also will have it would be nice to share the burden, those people who probably if you want us to survive. are at retirement age and are looking to do something which is also bit different. barbados isn't the only country the airlines say that if the refund rules offering a scheme like this. were enforced to the letter, bermuda and chile have done similar they would simply close down, to everyone's detriment. things because countries that rely but one possible outcome on the income of tourists have been is that your airfare crippled by coronavirus. could be held in trust — once you have touched tourism is the leading sector down safely, the airline in the barbados economy, gets your money or, accounting for an estimated 40% if the flight is cancelled, you get the cash back. of total income. worse for the airline's cash i think most companies have now been forced to accept the fact that flow, better for yours. remote working is a possibility. so, is it possible for us all to just leave our offices behind and decamp to remote spaces and places? i think the reason unique and captivating, people live in cities, a large part of the reason venice is a dream destination is because of proximity for the millions of tourists to cinemas and events, who fill its narrow theatre and those kind of things
streets every summer, but also because it is close to work. but in recent years, when that link is untied, mass tourism has driven up people can make a different choice rents and driven out locals and people, ithink, the leaving some to call the city will choose to live out in villages and pretty much wherever a historical theme park. there is fast internet. only 55,000 people call this if one of your team asked to apply place home, but over 26 million to go to barbados, what would you people arrive here each year and whilst the newly—empty streets say? we are lucky, remote wall -- have been a welcome breather remote working has been part of our for some, culture, we already have people in they have been absolutely distant places, so it would work catastrophic for others. another business that has well for us. the application process always relied on venice's steady flow of visitors is now open, and indie stuff times, we can all fa ntasise is the iconic cafe florian, is now open, and indie stuff times, we can all fantasise about moving to paradise. if you play it right, you one of the oldest cafes in the world, and was due could be bouncing all the to to celebrate its 300th anniversary this year. barbados. lot in barbados, given the choice he how much down are you on business — 50, 60%? would have gone over there to do it, i would say, 70%. as much as that. but sadly he was in front of a green venice relies on tourists. scheme. it is going initially well no tourists, no life in venice. so far, the application. —— green
those who complain, what shall screen. coming up in the next half hour... we do without tourists? they're normally home to garden tools, for some people their shed has become a sanctuary during lockdown. now, a good proportion we'll find out how that's changed this year's shortlist of the clientele here come for shed of the year. straight from the cruise liners. you've been sending us in your shed in total, those ships account for about 1.5 million pictures all morning. extra visitors every year, katie from bottesford but not everyone here is delighted to see them. in nottinghamshire sent in a picture of her "gin shed". it's called katie's cabin and was built by her husband the recent pause in tourism as a 40th birthday present. provided by the pandemic has fuelled local protests calling for the government to it has a retro cocktail cabinet, seize the moment to turn electricity and heating so it can be used all year round. the tide on mass tourism. dr who fans will like this one. peter sent in a photo of his shed that's been decked out aline is part of a network of over as a full size tardis. 3000 venetian residents campaigning to protect the heritage of their city. we will have to find out for later. do you think about the cruise liners? do you see a huge difference or a change during the pandemic because they were no longer huge on the inside, small on the
allowed to come here? yes, yes, of course, without them, outside. we have hot tarp sheds as the air was completely more clear, more fresh. well. imagine that. stay weathered, more light. headlines are under way. —— stay but the cruise ships bring a lot of people who must bring money to the city. with us. not so much. people who stay in the cruise ships, they sleep there, they buy some cheap souvenirs, all for! euro. if there are something you don't like, you have to fight to change it. another venetian doing just that is valeria, founder of venezia autentica, who has created a platform urging tourists to spend their money in the right places and preserve the local culture of venice. how much of an opportunity do you think venice now has to restart tourism
in a different way? people are going to finally be good morning. welcome to breakfast ok to say that tourism with rogerjohnson and rachel burden. is not ok the way it is. our headlines today. gyms and leisure centres reopen across england — the way things happen but it's warned a third will stay now people were doing tourism business, they are shut due to financial hardship. selling the destinations. indoor swimming pools have been able they can make business only as long as there to open since six o'clock this is something to sell, so they are extracting morning. at the london aquatics everything and destroying centre it has been busy. there are the social and economic tissue, the heritage, the environment. they will not have anything they can sell any more, lots of safety protocols in place. i so now is an incredible opportunity to rethink tourism will be testing the water later. and if you want to act, it is now, because tourism why being obese or overweight impacts everything in puts people at greater the places where we live risk of serious illness and travel, so that we can truly build a better world. or death from coronavirus. don't book a holiday unless your passport is up to date. the home office warns it's working through a backlog of 400,000 applications. could there be a prize winning shed
at the bottom of your garden? we'll be finding out what it takes to win shed of the year. we have got a fairly unsettled weekend ahead with heavy downpours and there could be some thunderstorms. tomorrow still some showers but probably the better day of the weekend for most of us. it's saturday 25july. our top story. four months after they shut good morning. welcome to breakfast with their doors, indoor gyms rogerjohnson and rachel burden. and swimming pools can reopen today our headlines today: in england — with strict social gyms and leisure centres distancing measures in place. reopen across england, but it's warned a third will stay but there are concerns that some leisure facilities will remain permenantly closed, shut due to financial hardship. due to financial pressures caused by the pandemic. our reporter, jon donnison has more. and good morning. indoorswimming pools are allowed to open again from this morning and as well as the first swimmers taking a dip year at forfour months the london aquatics centre at the for four months gyms, pools and queen elizabeth olympic park, we leisure centres have been idle. from also have the synchronised swimmers practising their routines for the today in england they can reopen but first time in months. they will be with strict hygiene and social in the water at half past seven. distancing measures in place. liz why being obese or overweight puts people at greater risk of serious
illness or death from coronavirus. and phil run this health centre. —— the duke and duchess of sussex distance themselves from a new book about tensions in the royal family. leisure centre. they see the key to survival is making people feel confident it is safe. we have a could there be a prize winning shed at the bottom of your garden? small membership base. 20% of our we'll be finding out what it takes members have paid throughout. we are grateful to those people. 40% have to win shed of the year. good morning. we've got a fairly unsettled weekend ahead with some heavy downpours at times today. cancelled. 40%. membership. the could be some thunderstorms trick will be who comes back at how around as well. tomorrow, still some heavy showers, quickly we get them back. under new but probably the better day rules they will have to limit the of the weekend for most of us. numbers. customers will have to make an advance booking. they will be encouraged to change and show at it's saturday the 25th ofjuly. home, not in changing rooms. our top story: equipments will be spaced out. it is four months after they shut thought one third of gyms and their doors, indoor gyms and swimming pools can reopen today leisure centres including those run in england with strict social by local councils will remain closed distancing measures in place. over fears about financial but there are concerns that some leisure facilities viability. local government will remain permenantly closed, association says without more due to financial pressures caused by the pandemic. government support tens of thousands ofjobs could be at risk. our reporterjon donnison has more. government support tens of thousands forfour months, gyms, pools of jobs could be at risk. lots of leisure facilities, pools, sports centres, are nearing the end of
and leisure centres have laid idle. their lives, they are 25 years old. from today in england, they can reopen their doors, there is a difficult point where but with strict hygiene and social councils have to decide either going distancing measures in place. to invest in building a new pool and new leisure centre. it is looking to liz and phil gabriel run the key health club in keyworth near nottingham. touch and go about the economics, my they say the key to survival will be making people feel confident feet as it will go. it's safe to work out. we are very lucky. we have a very loyal in blackpool this council delayed but small membership base, so 20% of our members have paid throughout, which for us easing lockdown restrictions because is phenomenal and we will be forever ofa grateful for those people, easing lockdown restrictions because of a strike —— because of a rise in but 40% have cancelled and 40% coronavirus cases. it is froze their membership, so i think the trick will be really frustrating. people rely on places as to who actually comes back and how quickly we get them back. like this for a mental as well as but under new rules, physical well—being. like this for a mental as well as physical well-being. in scotland and they will have to limit the numbers. customers will have to make wales indoor gyms and pools remain an advanced booking. they will be encouraged to change and shower at home, closed back to northern ireland they not in changing rooms, have already reopened. and equipment will be spaced out being overweight puts and it's thought a third of gyms you at greater risk of serious and leisure centres in england, illness or death from coronavirus, according to a new report including those run by local from public health england. councils, will remain closed over it found that being "severely obese" increased the likelihood of dying by 40%. fears about financial viability.
the government is expected the local government association to announce new measures to curb obesity next week, says without more government including restrictions on advertising junk food. support, tens of thousands ofjobs could be at risk. in blackburn, phil talbot had been people are being warned not getting ready to reopen, to book holidays abroad unless their passports but not any more after the council are up—to—date. delayed easing lockdown staff are currently working restrictions because of a spike through a backlog of more than 400,000 applications — as a result in coronavirus cases. of disruption caused by the pandemic. here's our home affairs it is so frustrating, frustrating for me, for the industry correspondent danny shaw. and for the people who come the latest advice from the passport here as well, who rely on places office is that people should not like this for their mental book to go abroad until they have as well as physical well—being. received their documents and in scotland and wales, and those who do not need indoor gyms and pools remain closed, to renew their passports should wait although in northern ireland, until after the summer. ministers said the backlog had built up because passport offices they have already reopened. had fewer staff due people who want to go to social distancing rules. on holiday abroad are earlier this week, the home office being warned not to book unless they have an up—to—date passport. revealed that passport staff a backlog of more than 400,000 uk were working through 126,000 applications passport applications has built with a further 284,000 up because of disruption caused still to be processed. by the coronavirus. officials say they'll prioritise officials said they have issued 6500 emergency cases and those who need passports to individuals
on compassionate and emergency to travel in the next two weeks. grounds and say some overseas applicants who have being obese or overweight puts experienced delays will be able you at greater risk of serious to claim refunds. passports will be delivered illness or death from coronavirus. within five days if people have been that's according to a new report waiting longer than four weeks from public health england. and if they produce evidence it found that being they are due to travel "severely obese" increased the likelihood of dying by 40%. in the next fortnight. the government is expected to announce new measures to tackle obesity next week. our science correspondent, portugal has again been left off the list of countries which can helen briggs has more. be visited without the need lockdown's brought new challenges to quarantine on return to england. for those struggling parts of lisbon are under with their weight. localised lockdown the chance for more daily but the algarve — which is the most popular exercise, but the constant destination for the 2.5 million temptation to snack. britons who visit the country annually — has seen very few now public health england says cases of coronavirus. earlier the portuguese ambassador the case for action on obesity has to the uk told breakfast never been stronger. that he was disappointed losing weight can bring huge benefits for health and may also protect against the risk of severe by the decision. complications from covid—19. after a review of the evidence, it is true there have been some it's found that coronavirus patients peaks of the virus in specific with obesity are much more likely regions of portugal. to become critically namely around lisbon, ill or die than those with a healthier body weight. in the north, but these professor susan jebb
at the university of oxford peaks are identified, says the bigger you are, and controlled, the rates on those the bigger the risk. sites have been decreasing. being overweight increases the chances of insulin resistance, it puts up your blood pressure and all of these extra pressures and strains on the body are likely the situation will to be part of the reason why people, improve day by day. when they contract covid—19, spain remains on the list if they are also overweight, of " reduced risk" countries which can be visited have these extra chances without the need to quarantine of being really sick. on return to england — despite a recent spike in covid—19 nearly two thirds of adults in the uk are heavier cases. people in parts of the aragon than they should be. and catalonia regions — if everyone were to lose a few including barcelona — are currently being advised pounds, this could have a big effect to leave their homes only for essential activities. on reducing our overall risk, france is considering closing its border with spain. but many people need help the duke and duchess of sussex have distanced themselves and support to lose weight. from a book which claims to give the report calls for government a detailed account of a breakdown in their relations with other action on curbing obesity. members of the royal family. we know that people have the book, finding freedom — the intention to improve things, being serialised by the times — but you get tripped up all the time. suggests harry and meghan had felt their complaints weren't you go through a checkout being taken seriously. and you often are faced with bars of chocolate on special offer, a spokesman for the duke and duchess said they hadn't been interviewed for example, and those undermine or contributed to the book. what you intend to do, so we know that people need help. boris johnson has admitted
more details about the government's that the government didn't fully obesity strategy are understand the coronavirus expected next week. in the first few weeks and months of the pandemic and that things it's thought they will include new restrictions on howjunk food could have been done differently. is promoted and advertised. speaking to the bbc‘s political editor, laura kuenssberg, the prime minister said that there are still very open the duke and duchess of sussex have questions to be answered about whether the lockdown in the uk distanced themselves from a book came too late. which claims to give a detailed account of a breakdown in their relations with other when you look back at this crisis, members of the royal family. the book, finding freedom — everybody can see that this being serialised by the times — suggests harry and meghan had was something that was new, that we didn't understand in the way felt their complaints weren't that we would have liked being taken seriously. in the first few weeks and months a spokesman for the duke and duchess said they hadn't been interviewed and i think probably, you know, or contributed to the book. the single thing that we didn't see at the beginning was the extent to which it was being boris johnson has admitted that the government didn't fully transmitted asymptomatically understand the coronavirus in the first few weeks and months from person to person. of the pandemic and that things that wasn't clear could have been done differently. to us or to anybody. speaking to the bbc‘s political editor, laura kuenssberg, let's speak to our political the prime minister said that there are still "very open questions" to be answered correspondent, helen catt. about whether the lockdown in the uk came too late. when you look back at this crisis, everybody can see that this this seems like a carefully kightly
was something that was new, did admission for the first time that we didn't understand in the way that mistakes have been made. that we would have liked it is the furthest that the prime minister has done is suggesting in the first few weeks and months things could have been done and i think probably, you know, differently when it comes to coronavirus. for a long time the the single thing that we didn't see government was clear it took the right steps at the right time. boris at the beginning was the extent to which it was being johnson's words there seem to open transmitted asymptomatically the door, he said there were open from person to person. that wasn't clear questions around things like timing of the lockdown, particularly around to us or to anybody. those first few weeks and months, as he put it, which is where a lot of let's speak to our political the scrutiny and the focus is at the moment, certainly when it comes to looking at timing of going into correspondent helen catt. lockdown. when it comes to looking at what then went on to developing helen, interesting this interview that came out late yesterday —— when it went on to looking at what went on in care homes. afternoon, seemingly the first time the prime minister has kind of acknowledged publicly that things labour says this is an admission by might not have been done perfectly gamut that it mishandled its all the way along. yes, this is the response to the coronavirus, it was furthest i think that the prime too slow to acknowledge the threat, minister has gone so far in too slow to acknowledge the threat, acknowledging that things might not too slow to take the crisis seriously. you also heard boris have gone to plan, so the government johnson in that interview saying line for a very long time was that they took the right steps at the this is not the time for an inquiry. right time. his comments there seem there is a feeling in westminster
that one of those is inevitable at to suggest a change in tone perhaps, some point but borisjohnson very clear that now is not the time, we a shift in tone, and he also says in are not through it yet, they could that interview that there are open bea are not through it yet, they could be a resurgence of cases in the questions about some of the timing such as when we went into lockdown winter. the key thing for the moment and that is important because there isa is, it has the government learnt and that is important because there is a huge amount of scrutiny about from those few weeks that it thinks what happened in those first few there are things that should have weeks. did the government acts quickly enough on things like going done differently and how it will into lockdown and certainly about its actions in terms of homes and apply them going forward. what went on to develop their commerce or there is a large amount of scrutiny on those first few we were talking about those who were weeks. the one thing that boris johnson was absolutely clear on is shielding. the rules and guidelines that he does not believe that now is change next week. talking about the time to go back and look at that england specifically. as of next ina big the time to go back and look at that in a big inquiry even though i think there is a sense in westminster that one of those will come at some saturday, i confused the picture point, borisjohnson earlier on by leaving out the one of those will come at some point, boris johnson is one of those will come at some point, borisjohnson is adamant that now is not the time because, as he current guidelines for people who are shielding. just a brief summary says, we are not through this yet, of what that means if you are there could be another spike in the shielding and how things change. winter so we should not look at it as if it is past. labour say this is it's means there will be an automatic stop to automatic medicine an admission by borisjohnson that deliveries and food. however policy the government had mishandled its response to the coronavirus. the shadow health secretary said it was responders will continue delivering too slow to acknowledge the threat
of the virus, too slow to enter food and essential items if you need it. you will still be eligible for lockdown and to slow to take the priority supermarket slots but you crisis seriously. i think the are being told to stay at home as important thing is that looking back much as you can, continue to take on these things, what is the precautions, keep two metres away government learned from the first from people outside your household or bubble. you can go to work as few weeks and hasn't learned enough to apply that to whatever comes long as the workplace is covid—19 next? spain remains on the list of " reduced risk" countries secure, but carry on working from which can be visited without the need to quarantine home if you can. children who are on return to england despite a recent spike in covid—19 cases. clinically vulnerable can go back to people in parts of the aragon school when the rest of their and catalonia regions — classes go back. you can go outside including barcelona — are currently being advised to buy food, places of worship, and to leave their homes only for exercise, keeping two metres for essential activities. our reporter away. some have suggested on guy hedgecoe is in madrid. twitter, it is more like everyone guy, a lot of uk holiday—makers was in me rather where they are now. will be watching this situation. afamily was in me rather where they are now. a family member who has been this bike is contained to that shielding throughout, and i expect particular region, is that the they are well versed. reason the advice has remained the same? yes, i think this is a very one thing has been pointed out, difficult one for people deciding to advice around gyms, cinema, pools, come to spain and for the spanish authorities as well. i think they other types of venues that people had been expecting a space in cases are beginning to access. not
entirely clear. and new small outbreaks after lifting the lockdown at the end of we will have more throughout the week and as we head towards 1st of june —— ace bike of cases, and most august. and different guidelines in outbreaks we have seen have been different parts of the united very small, but for the last few kingdom. days, we have seen larger outbreaks, as you mentioned there, in the it has been described as a "truly heart—breaking case. " north—east of the country, but not yesterday, three teenagers were convicted of the manslaughter just in the north—east, other areas of pc andrew harper, here in madrid as well have been who died in berkshire last year larger outbreaks. down in the south after being dragged along a country road by a car. as well, and yesterday, for example, the officer, who was investigating a burglary at the time, had married his childhood sweetheart 922 new infections were registered lissie just four weeks earlier. outside court she spoke over the previous 24 hours, that is of her disappointment a number which has been creeping up at the sentence. over the last few days and has been raising concerns and last week, the government said that this could be no verdict or sentence will ever the beginning of a second wave of coronavirus, so things do seem to be bring my incredible, selfless and very much in the balance at the heroic husband back. the results moment. thank you and we will be from this trial i had hoped would talking about the fact that portugal bring justice but in reality make no is still on the list of places from difference to the heart wrenching which you have to quarantine if you paini difference to the heart wrenching pain i will continue to feel for the return at the moment, as it stands. rest of my life. we will talk to the uk ambassador, andrew was taken from as on that the portuguese ambassador to the uk
later on. horrendous night last year. his life a lottery winner in the us has split his jackpot of $22 million was stolen. and the lives of his with an old friend because of family and friends are altered a "gentleman's agreement" they made nearly 30 years ago. forever. i now have my own life sentence to be. it will be much more it's lovely, this. painful, soul destroying and tom cook and joe feeney played treacherous journey than anybody the wisconsin lottery separately facing a number of years in prison but they'd made a pact in 1992 to share any major wins. will experience. myself and our tanya dendrinos has the story. family will spend the rest of our days missing him, loving him, and it's the stuff dreams being proud of the incredible man are made of — cheesy grins and a cheque for $22 million. that he was. it's not every day you win the lottery. seven years ago bryn hughes's daughter nicola was murdered along it was quite an experience with her colleague fiona bone when i read the first two while responding to reports of a burglary. or three numbers and i kinda we can speak to bryn now. froze and handed it to her and she froze. and i said, are you thank you for talking to us today. jerking my bobber? we are grateful to you. as you have it is a friendship that has lasted a lifetime, so there was no question when it came to upholding watched that case unfold i suppose it has brought all the memories a gentleman's agreement made back? it does. it seems to be more almost three decades ago. a handshake is a handshake, man. we said whenever the big win
comes, we would split it, and more frequent. it lives with you so we buy every week, not really thinking it would happen. but it did. the odds of winning the powerball jackpot are estimated to be around one every day? yes. you do not need a in 292 million and for these memory to bring memories back. it graciousjoint winners, it's not about grand plans but the opportunity to enjoy brings it all flooding back. you put their retirement and make yourself in those shoes.” the most of precious time brings it all flooding back. you put yourself in those shoes. i have interviewed you many times over the with theirfamilies. yea rs interviewed you many times over the years since what happened to nicola. your dignity has struck me a fantastic story. i hope they enjoy throughout. dignity would be one of their winnings. they're the little pups who specialise in big rescues. now the paw patrol have responded the words you would use to describe to their latest challenge — fake news. the words you would use to describe the way that the family of pc harper the white house press secretary kayleigh mcenany claimed conducted themselves yesterday. the children's cartoon had been taken off air as a result of so—called "cancel culture", something that had apparently the dignity and the carriage and the concerned president donald trump. bravery is evident for everyone to he wants to protect the people of this country when derelict democrat mayors see. “—
and governors do not. he is also appalled by cancel culture and bravery is evident for everyone to see. —— dignity and courage. cancel culture specifically bravery is evident for everyone to see. -- dignity and courage. the verdict has come in stop when you as it pertains to cops. we saw a few weeks ago that sort the reactions of the defendants paw patrol, a cartoon show map that almost makes it worse?m about cops was cancelled. the show cops was cancelled, does. it is not surprising. it is live pd was cancelled. the paw patrol twitter account responded telling their fans "no need to worry — not surprising, the lack of respect. paw patrol is not cancelled." across society from people like there we go. a relief for everybody, that. how does the police finally particularly our younger viewers. come together in a situation like as we've been hearing, gyms and swimming pools in england this? you do not have to explain are set to reopen today, but with social distancing guidelines still in place, your anything. the support as they are. the messages are there. the phone work—out could look very different. katy austin is at one gym calls are there. it is an exclusive clu b calls are there. it is an exclusive club that you do not want to be a in twickenham for us this morning. pa rt club that you do not want to be a part of. it is quite supportive in good morning to you. just explain that respect. not only from families how they have been preparing there. that respect. not only from families that have lost police officers but good morning. yes, iam alive from police officers in general. how they have been preparing there. good morning. yes, i am alive at a they all know what you are going gym at a david lloyd health club on
through. they also know that it the exercise bike year and i can show you some of the things that could come to them at any time. will be different when people do come back into the james as they already have been even the winter police officers, every day when they go to work they put themselves at just after 7am. i am not wearing a mask because you do not have to risk. as thejob go to work they put themselves at inside gyms, but there are other risk. as the job of a police officer becoming more dangerous?” measures in place of some equip it is out of use so there is enough risk. as the job of a police officer becoming more dangerous? i think it is becoming more evident, we have space for social distancing. as you seen more instances of it. i think move around, signs remind you to keep your distance, you have to sanitise equip before and after last year 10,500 police officers using it and some areas are marked injured as a result of assaults on off so everyone has their own area. duty. that cannot be right. when you also have to book some activities and you cannot see it, they put that uniform on the are but people are queueing on the other still a human being underneath it. side to get into an exercise class they have booked as well, but this they bleed like the rest of us, the isa they have booked as well, but this is a really big moment because these places have been closed for four suffolk like the rest of us. they months now and i am joined now by deserve protection from the courts the chief executive of david boyd, like the rest of us. —— the sapphire good morning, thank you for getting up good morning, thank you for getting upfor good morning, thank you for getting up for us. you were up very early, like the rest of us. —— the sapphire like the rest of us. and with this doing a class at midnight. yes, a deter people interested in a career numberof doing a class at midnight. yes, a number of people did do that, kicking off with a bit of fun so in the police? no doubt. look at the
everyone could get back into it recruitment campaigns that are immediately after four months. david lloyd have got 89 health and fitness running nationally. that tells you clu bs a cross lloyd have got 89 health and fitness clubs across england. what is it something, they must be struggling like to see people back in here to recruit to the police. going back after so long? very excited for to recruit to the police. going back stops 7am, we opened the doors and to the court case. we sought those scenes yesterday. the family found 50 people waiting to come in, speaking outside the court. what is loads of people in the pool behind it like for a family member in a me, people in the gym already, it is great to see people back. run a slew position like you were into go into some of the key changes. i mention a court proceeding like that? some of the key changes. i mention some of the key changes. i mention some of them there. what is going to be different, especially in the swimming pool? when you arrive at position like you were into go into a court proceeding like that7m position like you were into go into a court proceeding like that? it is a court proceeding like that? it is a strange environment. if you are this club, first of all, there will not used to that sort of environment be thermal imaging cameras to check yourself it can be quite daunting your temperature and then, in and intimidating. you are in there essence , your temperature and then, in essence, to meet a social distancing is consistent as a minimum for one reason. there could be throughout, so we have spread everything out more, we have taken images flashed up on screen. detail the gym and we have spread some of the gym and we have spread some of discuss that you are not aware of or the equipment out into a second gym prepared for. that alone can be area. we have in group exercise created 2.5 metre spaces between all shocking and traumatic.” prepared for. that alone can be of the members, so about half to the shocking and traumatic. i mentioned to the police family. you have capacity, we have created a group
terrific support in the last eight exercise classes outdoors as well. yea rs terrific support in the last eight years almost. you have set up a big question i suppose for businesses like yours is whether memorialfund to people are confident enough to come years almost. you have set up a memorial fund to help years almost. you have set up a memorialfund to help people back now. i might be saying you have years almost. you have set up a memorial fund to help people who are believed by violent crime. the lost about 10% of your members during the lockdown. you really need police have been key to that in them to come back now, don't you? helping you raise money. yes. it will this reassure them it is safe to return? absolutely. we have brings people together. when you communicated extensively with our look at a murder, there is for members in the lockdown period and about 80% of them have told us that people involved, the victim, the they are keen to come back with perpetrator, the police, and the immediate effect, actually. looking family. we get a lot of support from at this morning, that is happening. thank you very much forjoining us. the police. recently, myself and 55 things are getting a bit busier here police officers ran a marathon, that behind me as you can see. it is worth checking the arrangements with your leisure centre or gym before going back, but it looks like people says a lot, people willing to train who might have gotten used to doing for so long, put themselves through online classes during lockdown, i that, raise money to help as and still heading back into the gym is at this morning. thank you. people i other victims. you'd never want to know i desperate to get back into their gyms as soon as the real.
that's the picture be in this position but it gives a at a large gym chain. but there are fears that a third of smaller facilities will remain shut because of financial pressures. positive legacy for something we're joined now by terrible that happened to your gerald vernon—jackson from the local government daughter? there is only one reason association. you are doing it, one reason you are he is the leader of portsmouth city raising money. that in the same council. good morning. nice to see since it gives you that comfort, you and thank you very much for that support, it makes you still feel involved. you are left behind, talking to us. we do appreciate it. how perilous position do you think some smaller gyms gyms in?” how perilous position do you think some smaller gyms gyms in? i think it is both smaller and larger gyms left dealing with the legacy and the and summing pools. councils run a memory. it is supportive in that lot of these through leisure trusts respect. we are grateful for you and the industry body for them say talking to us this morning. thank you for your time. that about 50% of them face closure. just to give unido, in my council's budget last year, i had to take out here's sarah with a look £1 million in cuts. i am now facing at this morning's weather. a £20 million blackhall in trying to balance the books this year because the government are not giving a bit dull and grey in most places.
support in the way they said they would, so it is a real problem and anything where people spend money to a bit dull and grey in most places. a lot of cloud. and unsettled day ahead. we will see showery rain at buy tickets has been a real problem over the last four months because no times. low pressure driving are one has bought any tickets or weather. this is the picture in anything. given the problem the councils will face with council run bridlington. we have already had showery rain. cloudy, rain at times. gyms ticking early, if you are able to reopen, which hopefully you will, this afternoon there could be will people see the costs of things thunderstorms, perhaps he'll mixed in. heavy downpours. what you are going up? probably not, because it is probably not economic to do so. today, what a difference. 25th of you need to get the price point right to get the right number of july 2019, the hottest day on record across the uk. in cambridge people through the doors, so it may not be that that is how things happen. the real problem is that temperatures reach 38.7 celsius. we had a warm southerly wind. this lots of leisure facilities, pools, year, much cooler, we are drawing our ear from sports centres, etc, are reaching year, much cooler, we are drawing our earfrom the year, much cooler, we are drawing our ear from the atlantic. pressure conditions moving in. the end of their lives. they are 2530 yea rs old the end of their lives. they are 2530 years old and there is a really difficult point where councils have outbreaks of rain followed by heavy to decide whether to invest in showers. they have been heavy for building a new pool or a new leisure centre and if it looks very touch and go about the economics of it, my parts of scotland. heavy showery
rain for scotland over the next few fear is lots of them will go and the government has given some support to hours. england and wales, the here sunshine and there but as that leisure centres and pools that are sunshine and there but as that sunshine warms things up, that will run directly through councils, but spark off more heavy showers. the most councils now run them through a midlands, southern england, showers leisure trust and the government could be heavy and thundery. have given no supported them at all. persistent rain pushing into parts if that is the case, how can you see of southern and south—eastern the funding being sorted out for england this afternoon. blustery winds also. parts of north wales and places like that if that infrastructure is needed ? places like that if that infrastructure is needed? on the one northern england, into northern hand, we are saying they are in ireland, sunny spells, but further financial trouble, which people will heavy showers in northern ireland understand, but on the other hand we this afternoon. potentially thundery are hearing that it is really important for a health point of view showers in the east. temperatures that we are all slimmer and fitter, tackling the obesity crisis. the two 19-24 c. do not quite meet, do they? you are showers in the east. temperatures 19—24 c. warmest towards the east. third test continues at old trafford absolutely right and pouring masses of money into really expensive today. we are expecting rain to come health care staff but ignoring the and go through the day. it will not stuff that will stop people getting be ringing for long. heading into ill in the first place is a complete the evening, heavy downpours clear mismatch. we have to have real investment in keeping people fit, making sure people do not get obese, away towards the east. clearing giving people active and for some, skies. temperatures in double that might be buying a dog and figures for all of us as we start
taking a dog for a walk, but for lots of others, it is going swimming sunday morning. tomorrow dance on a better note than today in terms of regularly, going to the gym, so we blue sky, more sunshine. low have to make sure that that is available not just to have to make sure that that is available notjust to people who can afford expensive clubs but for pressure not far away setting towards the north—west of scotland. people on lower incomes to make sure that they can go to open access, heaviest and most persistent across council run facilities which is open western parts of scotland. one or to everyone. you have some fantastic two showers elsewhere in southern facilities in portsmouth, i know. england, on two wheels. the odd thank you very much for speaking to us this morning. have a good day. heavy and possibly thundery showers in the afternoon. it will feel one suggestion to tackle obesity is fresher. temperatures cooler. more to put the number of calories per alcoholic drink on things like a blue sky. mandy looks like a wet and bottle of wine or cans of beer and so on, so we have done our own calculation and you may have heard windy day for many of us. high similar things are done before. in terms of if you look at it, calories pressure starts to build. improving are terms of if you look at it, calories a re often ha rd picture in the south as we head terms of if you look at it, calories are often hard to calculate or through the course of next week. compute in your head, aren't they? but in terms of doughnuts, here is something as you head toward saturday night... we had this conversation at 5am this morning! the average pint of beer is just
under one doughnuts, so basically as we've been hearing, one doughnut is a pint of beer for gyms and swimming pools in england the average bottle of wine, 3.3 are set to reopen today, doughnuts. but with social distancing which i know it's not healthy and i guidelines still in place, your workout could look very different. know you should not trigger whole on what would have been bottle of wine, but many people over the opening weekend of the olympics, mike the course of an evening might drink a whole bottle of wine, but would is at the london aquatics centre. you eat 3.3 doughnuts if they were put in front of you? we'll speak to him injust a moment. i probably would not. or, indeed, but first, katy austin is at one gym in twickenham for us this morning — both together, wine and doughnuts. katy how are they preparing there? that is quite a combination! here's sarah with a look at this morning's weather. good morning. a little bit mixed out therethrough today and, for the people are allowed back on the weekend, too, and unsettled spell of treadmills and other exercise weather with low pressure in charge. equipment for the first time in four here is the picture in devon today, months. but things are different when you arrive at the gym. you are a bit of cloud and many places are being asked to come with your gym waking up to grey skies, so it will kit. lots of social distancing be quite cloudy, rain at times to the course of the day, but cast your markers in place to dry and keep mind back one year ago today and people apart. some exercise areas thatis mind back one year ago today and that is when we recorded the highest have markers. so that you are a safe temperature ever recorded in the uk, distance apart. sanitising equipment
the 25th ofjuly 2019, one year ago, 38.7 celsius was recorded in to clean these machines before and cambridge. it will be about 20 after you use them. only every other degrees cooler than that today for many of us because the winds are machine is in use. it is all about coming in from a westerly direction. we have this cooler, fresher air maintaining social distance. you do not have to wear masks in gym so with us. low pressure to the north—west of scotland with weather fronts pushing their way gradually ventilation and keeping people apart eastwards a cross fronts pushing their way gradually eastwards across the uk, quite a few is important. training sessions can start again at venues like this. isobars as well, so breezy. this is jack is taking one of his personal where the rain has been in the last training sessions now as you can see couple of hours, particularly heavy bursts of rain across western parts stop this is your first day back at of scotland. drizzly and showery rainfor of scotland. drizzly and showery rain for parts of england and wales, mostly dry to the morning for work? yes. super excited to be back. we northern ireland. the sunshine should break through the clouds, so are going to have to do it a little sunny spells developing, but equally heavy showers anywhere into the bit differently. social distancing. afternoon, could be quite heavy and thundery for the midlands for making sure we are keeping instance, down towards the isle of everything clean before and after wight and into sussex and kent, that each use. you cannot attach your rain could be quite persistent with some thunderstorms are possible as clients. no, we are going to coach well. so heavy, thundery showers verbally, make sure they are still pushing into parts of northern getting the most out of it but from ireland, some drier and brighter that sort of one metre distance. intervals for northern england,
central parts of scotland as well, but we will keep the threat of you are back in a gym for the first heavy, thundery showers especially time infour for easter in scotland. temperatures you are back in a gym for the first time in four months, how does that between 16 and 21 degrees for most feel? i am so happy. i could not of us but it could be as high as 23 sleep last night. it has been awful being stuck at home stopped i have been coming here for 12 years. all my friends come here. my daughter across parts of east anglia and lincolnshire. as the third test comes here. it is notjust a continues at old trafford today, physical thing it is a social thing there will be outbreaks of rain, it will not rain all the time. more as well. i miss that a lot. i am showers were fade away towards the east through this evening and glad you are happy to be back. good luck with the personal training. overnight, but you may well hear the odd rumble of thunder as we enter it is very important day for clubs the day. tomorrow morning, starting off drier and brighter than it is like this. they have had no income for the last four months. there has out there this morning. still been a huge financial hit for the reasonably mild with temperatures first thing in double figures. as we sector as a whole. of that not all head through the day tomorrow, low pressure still not far away, heading leisure centres and gyms and pools will reopen today. they are also to the north—west with showers hoping that people start ringing out around that area of north low their memberships again. a lot of pressure with that rain on the people have midi cancelled memberships are going to online western side of scotland. it will feel fresher than it has done over classes instead. the future of businesses like this does depend on recent days as well, but we will people being confident in the compensate with more sunshine in measures put in place and coming store for tomorrow, so blustery
back to exercise again. wind, one or two showers dotted around across england and wales, let's speak to mike now, who's at the the london aquatics drierfor parts of centre this morning. around across england and wales, drier for parts of northern england, northern ireland as well, the rain across the western parts of scotland just getting my first little tease. and temperatures tomorrow between 16 taught in the water. it is humid in and temperatures tomorrow between 16 and 22 degrees. looking through the course of next week, it begins on here at the london aquatic centre, and unsettled note but for many of us, temperatures will start to at the 2012 olympics swimming gradually creep up and particularly events. it is an important community in the south, we could see temperatures in the middle of facility now. 1 million visitors potentially high 20s by the end of the week. police officers are braced for more annually. also a dive programme, 600 potential violence over the weekend as the illegal rave scene children involved in that. they have not been anywhere near the pool since march. but now they are able continues to thrive. to come back and get their first dip in the water. lots of social missiles, missiles! this footage was filmed distancing measures in place. wider by the metropolitan police when its officers tried to break lanes. a one—way system. a one—way up a so—called ume — system when you come in, get changed that's an unlicensed music event — by the pool stop reduced capacity. in brixton last month. the force says it's dealing with 23 illegal parties every day. 80 swimmers per hour, compared to unlicensed raves have also taken place in other parts of the uk
the normal 160. including liverpool, let us talk to former olympian and manchester and bath. let's get an idea of the difficulties of policing this type of event. world champion. sir peter fahy is a former chief constable of both cheshire and greater manchester police. good morning. we know that it very how much do you miss swimming? much depends on the circumstances whether the police can effectively during this locked—in period i have close these things down. the footage massively missed swimming. it is something i have loved doing. when i we saw there, and urban area, street lighting, the metropolitan police got injured in afghanistan my area big lighting, the metropolitan police are a big force, perhaps it easier to deal with that than it would be physical rehabilitation as well as to deal with that than it would be to go toa to deal with that than it would be to go to a field somewhere in psychologically, swimming was my go somerset. yes, the real challenge in to. if i had a bad day i could go the inner cities is the real problem into the swimming pool. not having in terms of concentration of people, street furniture, families potentially there, people having that was very difficult. how did it missiles available for those who wa nt to missiles available for those who affect you during lockdown? like want to use violence, but the metropolitan force can gather those eve ryo ne affect you during lockdown? like officers to deal with that. in rural everyone it has affected people in different ways. i lost my father forces, with the sorts of challenges, it is quite hard when last year and was trying to help my
officers are spread thinly for them mum through. also coping with the to be gathered in sufficient numbers to be gathered in sufficient numbers to deal with it and, absolutely, as lockdown. for me it has been you say, we are dealing with places building up. not having this release from it, i have struggled. a lot of that are unlit, unfamiliar, very challenging for the officers, but these have to be dealt with. there people think this should have are happened earlier. the chlorine in these have to be dealt with. there a re lots of these have to be dealt with. there are lots of completes from local residents, they are clearly illegal under the legislation about events the pool has been increased. there and raves, but also they are clearly illegal under regulations on isa the pool has been increased. there is a lot of chlorine in the air. covid—19 and public gatherings.|j interviewed covid—19 and public gatherings.” interviewed the chief constable of swimming is are the safest places somerset about the bath countryside you can be. pubs have opened up and not long ago and they turned up, so what was going on and stood back to say there was nothing they could do swimming pools did not, ifound you can be. pubs have opened up and swimming pools did not, i found that with the numbers they had and the interesting. from a mental health point of view, swimming, and a geography they were dealing with air. do you accept... and there was criticism of that as well, but do you accept that for some police, physical point of view, it is they just have to you accept that for some police, theyjust have to stand and watch important people are back in here and make sure it is safe? yes, today. only 20% of pools are opening absolutely. i have been in that situation myself, particularly in today. only 20% of pools are opening more ruralforces. it is a huge today. i'd obviously only in england. it already have the effort when officers are already northern ireland but not yet in stretched to deal with an event that scotla nd northern ireland but not yet in scotland and wales. what do you make is already up and running and the
danger is that you could create more of the social distancing measures? injury, more disorder by trying to break it up about, on the other what happens in the actual pool with hand, where events have been allowed a one—way system. to carry on, there have been violence, they have been people what happens in the actual pool with a one-way system. as long as you give people guidelines, put the stabbed, and women was raped at an responsibility on them, and they eventin stabbed, and women was raped at an event in greater manchester, so it isa know that meat is going to be, so event in greater manchester, so it is a real challenge for the police and they are under huge pressure you can turn at changed already, let from local residents, councils and from local residents, councils and from the fact that the public will look at this and say it is a brazen you can turn at changed already, let breach of the law and the police you know the way it is going to be. should be doing something. to an extent, given the lifting of lockdown, but still the closure of night clubs, are these kind of it is completely safe sterile place events almost inevitable? should be have predicted it and plan for it perhaps? i think the police have to be. you need to give seen this all the way through responsibility to people and hopefully they adhere to it and lockdown. hundreds of parties and that's what they do. houses, but these are thinly spread, as you say. nightclubs are closed, normal dance venues and houses, but these are thinly spread, as you say. n ig htclu bs these are thinly spread, as you say. nightclubs are closed, normal dance venues nightclubs are closed, normal dance venues under public festivals usually around the country at the moment are closed. people are how important is this for swimmers clearly making money out of this through selling alcohol and drugs who have a physical disability who and itjust
through selling alcohol and drugs and it just adds compete, in terms of doing this through selling alcohol and drugs and itjust adds to the danger and difficulty for the officers involved. the really difficult sport? having a disability, swimming situations in some areas, tensions is one of the main thing is for and emotions are heightened because people with a disability stop there of the impact of the black lives matter demonstration saw some animosity has been created so it's a are much more serious disabilities. huge pressure for the police which is why it is really important that anyone who has information about who a lot of people with disabilities has been organising these can pass this onto the police and they can try to get in early and break them up try to get in early and break them upfor try to get in early and break them up for big crowds gather and it cannot run, go for a walk, cycle. becomes much more difficult. we know, as you mentioned, that police officers have been injured in having the swimming pool reopened as dealing with these incidents and a godsend. and important in terms of police officers put themselves at risk everyday in the course of their rehabilitation? yes. it is proven jobs with that illustrated so vividly with the tragedy of the loss of life of pc harper, the trial of that being healthier will help you the young men accused of his murder ended yesterday with a manslaughter conviction and his widow has been fight covid—19. health and fitness absolutely clear about how is one of the most important thing disappointed she was with the outcome of that trial. do you share is one of the most important thing is that everyone should be doing that frustration? yes, i think so, right now.
thank you. are you coming in with me absolutely. i think the prosecution clearly argued that any driver ina bit? thank you. are you coming in with me in a bit? i have always got my trunks on. we will book our slot. dragging a 6—foot man behind their car would know about it. there has clearly been some concern about potential intimidation of the jury which thejudge has then finally, getting back into the potential intimidation of the jury which the judge has tried to deal with. all that has added to the pain water after all these months, since of the family and, no doubt, their huge frustration at the verdict and march. this is very important, it isa huge frustration at the verdict and it is a sign of what the families of especially with the weather. indoor officers killed on duty have to go pools like this, such an important through. actually this weekend would have been the gathering of all the pa rt pools like this, such an important part of a physical and mental families of officers killed on duty at the national memorial arboretum health. in staffordshire which had to be counsel because i first met, but the idea of getting back into the this case has caused enormous pain and tragedy for the family of pc pool the idea of getting back into the pool, there is a thought. who knows? harper, but many other families of before ten o'clock. coming up in the next half hour. officers killed on duty is will find we might be this brings it all back and added to missing the tokyo games that the huge frustrations about the at the moment, but we can still look verdict and the pain and the fact back on some great olympic moments. we'll be joined by sir steve redgrave and gabby logan. the trial had to be halted and stay with us, headlines coming up. started again due to disruption from covid—19 and just the impact of
clearly utterly lawless people and this callous criminality that many police officers will absolutely recognise in this case. thank you very much for talking to us about those illegal raves and the murder trial of pc harper. sir peter would have been in charge at the time that officers nicola hughes and fiona bo we re officers nicola hughes and fiona bo were both murdered as part of the greater manchester police force. we are going to talk to the father of nicola hughes. yes, to get the family's perspective on the aftermath of what happened at the old bailey yesterday. it is the list of countries that require quarantine after a visit has been changed, but what are your rights if you're heading on holiday? we'll find out just after eight. hello, this is breakfast with rogerjohnson and rachel burden. let's get a summary of this morning's main news.
gyms and swimming pools in england reopen today with strict hygeine and social distancing measures in place. but there are concerns that some leisure facilities will remain permenantly closed. the trade body representing the leisure industry has warned that financial pressures mean a third of facilities will not reopen this week. gyms and pools remain closed in scotland and wales, but have reopened in northern ireland. people who want to go on holiday abroad are being warned not to book unless they have an up—to—date passport. a backlog of more than 400,000 uk passport applications has built up because of disruption caused by the coronavirus. officials say they ll prioritise emergency cases and those who need to travel in the next two weeks. being overweight puts you at greater risk of serious hello, this is breakfast with rogerjohnson illness or death from coronavirus, and rachel burden. according to a new report good morning. from public health england. it found that being
let's get on with the sport. "severely obese" increased the likelihood of dying by 40%. as we've been hearing, swimming pools in england can reopen today — so on what would have been the opening weekend the government is expected of the olympic games we've sent mike to announce new measures to curb obesity next week, to the london aquatics centre. including restrictions on advertising junk food. you are at an olympic venue but not what you were expecting to be at at those are the main this time. it does have that smell stories this morning. the garden shed might normally be home for your tools, lawn mower, of the olympics and the smell of and maybe some spiders, but during the coronavirus outbreak they've offered sanctuary for many chlorine back at an indoor pool, it people who have taken on a lockdown project. does feel special, the swimming would have been starting today in tokyo but now it is next year, and some of these transformations have now been since swimming has returned to this vital community facility, some 4000 shortlisted in two new categories for this year's ‘shed of the year‘ competition. children learning to swim, but people have not been able to come our reporter adam mcclean is with one into the pool since march so it was of the finalists now in west a special moment when at 6:30am today, the doors opened and the yorkshire. first swimmers were able to get back into the pool once more. lots of safety measures in place, a one—way system in place, you have to come
you could be forgiven for thinking beach ready with your swimming that we were beside the seaside this costu me beach ready with your swimming costume underneath your clothing, and then only 80 swimmers in one morning but we couldn't be further. hour, half the normal capacity. no couldn't be further from the coast. face masks, but social distancing, that did not stop at, if i can get and wider swimming lanes. another out of this deckchair, not the most elegant thing in the world to do, sport allowed to return, the diving sta rts sport allowed to return, the diving starts on monday but this is the pat, you have been nominated for shed of the year. how does it feel? synchronised swimmers. there they are, are allowed to do their routine absolutely amazing. you created this in the water once more. they have space for your dad. tell us about been able to practice on land, they that. i developed it for my dad, he make it look so easy and serene and has dementia, so we can come to the elegant but underneath it is one of end of the garden and he can feel like years at the beach. it reminds the most physical and demanding sports i have ever tried, holding him of when he was a young boy and your breath while running 100 lived in dublin next at the beach. metres, that is what it has been compared to. let's get the thoughts he used to play for the boys' band on the bandstand and he often sits of coach, adele carson. like every sport, you have to adapt for social on the bandstand and he often sits on the bandstand and he often sits on the beach house with his headphones on, listening to songs distancing. even synchronised swimming has had to change. yes, we from the 1930s, i did take some swimming has had to change. yes, we swim very close together and make a back, and sometimes we packs and lot of contact in the water
bridges and a flask of tea as well normally. we have had to change the ask him, where shall we go? and he choreography, and avoid close says, we will go to the beach. it face—to—face contact. that has been has been a huge escape for us. good a challenge because we've had to change it on land, but we did a luck, let's take a look at some of music video production last week the other nominees. with acrobatics and we managed to figure it all out. but under water, a garden deer manchester, there is a the chlorine in the pool is stronger because a coronavirus that is why traditional irish pub. —— a garden you can do the normal routine underwater. yes, we are in a big tub of disinfectant so it is fine under near manchester. my mum and dad are water. how important is it you have both from ireland, and it is basically a labour of love to was my it back? it is so good to be back in the water. that is our home, to be dad who is 87 this year. because able to make it come to life again, eve ryo ne it has been a challenge but that is dad who is 87 this year. because everyone code, so i decided to name the bar after him. len's son turned what we like, so... in a moment i will speak to the swimmers. one way that synchronised swimmers communicate is to make both in noses, can you call them in like 18 during lockdown and had his first that? i can tap the rail here... so, point here. it has more than just a shed at the bottom of the garden,
also one of the best pubs in the head of tokyo next year, how are area. it is a really nice play for they doing? the abbey british me and my mates to hang out. usually olympic synchronised pair, they had ends up with a bit of dancing, not to stop everything before qualification but they have been much of a dance floor, but getting backin qualification but they have been back in the pool having been given the irish music on and just special permission and i know that the divers are coming back on monday reminiscing. in north lancashire, so the divers are coming back on monday so everything is coming back to life. let me talk to asha. it has there is the heart qarabag house, a potting shed that celebrates art and been one of the longest times i've design. it all started with the been one of the longest times i've been away from the water so i have lots to catch up to do in terms of fitness but it is great to be back. how have you found it in terms of chair from the 19305, it was a mate, the new routine with less facial contact on the surface? it is definitely something to think about. something to really focus on, but we clea n chair from the 19305, it was a mate, clean lines, primary colours, a little bit from the bauhaus movement which is what was the inspiration it does demand it. how tough was it for building it as you see it. getting back into the pool? cert, which is what was the inspiration for building it as you see itm wa5 for building it as you see itm was a birthday gift from colin to just doing that small part of his wife. i knew when i said, can i synchro, trying to speak on the
have a shed? i was not going to get water, it is so hard. you don't see something ordinary, i certainly didn't expected to be quite as what happens underneath, but it is interesting as this. but i so hard, just tell us how absolutely love it. we use it for more than a potting 5hed, absolutely love it. we use it for more than a potting shed, a good challenging it can be and why it is place to come and sit in cod —— so difficult. obviously you have to contemplate, especially with everything going on, it has been a make sure that you are synchronised, nice time. then there are the makers listen to the music and all of the technical stuff, so we have been building and inventing like colin, inventor of his home—made hover training all landed during lockdown but it is nowhere the same as how we bike. and a high ejector bed. —— will train underwater so it has been very different. it feels amazing to be back in the water.” very different. it feels amazing to be back in the water. i will let you get back and stop interrupting. let's talk about the cricket. it high—voltage. could be a bit of a wash—out today. bike. and a high ejector bed. —— high-voltage. good morning, we have england had a pretty good first day. got a workbench, welding table, drawer5 full of old it sandbox, after a shaky start to the third and final test england's batsmen recovered well cordless section, a shearer, against the west indies yesterday. they'll resume on 258—4 this morning materials, aluminium, 5tainle55 — weather permitting. steel, the current project. this is we pray for a few dry spells today. a lawn mower that is going to work
off wood gas, hopefully. a band 5aw, bender5, things on the one that set opener rory burns made 57 but, when he was out. fire to myself, just a lovely 5pace. he was dismissed by rack team will. colin's work5hop fire to myself, just a lovely 5pace. colin's workshop is known around the the heaviest test cricketer in the world and i5 colin's workshop is known around the world and is the birthplace of all his creation5. world and is the birthplace of all his creations. i think qualities that a shed of the year would need modern era. england were wobbling on 122 i5 that a shed of the year would need is not just how that a shed of the year would need for 4 i5 notjust how it is made and what butjos buttler and ollie pope it looks like, those are wonderful are both still there things, but what happens in that after reaching half centuries. pope needsjust nine more runs 5hared things, but what happens in that shared and things, but what happens in that sha red and how things, but what happens in that shared and how it affects the person to complete his second test hundred. who owns it are other people, which i've got pretty high expectations of myself, if i'm being honest. i5 who owns it are other people, which is why i invented mine, things that have happened in here have gone off and when i don't score runs, i get pretty down on myself, to inspire other people to get their to be honest, so i was pretty keen own shed and do their own staff. that is pretty cool. well, i think to get a few today and i've been it is anyway. sorry to other parents feeling good in the nets throughout with kids who are well designed the course of this bubble period, but it's nice to get relief set fire to staff. this is a few under my belt. not the first time i have entered there we go. let's hope that they shed of the year, my shed above my get some play in. there is still underground bunker, that also won until tuesday to complete that the category of shed of the year in 2017. this one is ten years old, the deciding test. i am looking on with such envy at the skills and the home of my youtube channel, project5 and videos that have been made in their shared have gone on to get!
million views online ad i have 10 million views online ad i have 10 million followers for things that power of asha and aisha. they haven't done that for so long and have in here. colin's lake state there they are, in perfect timing, invention is one built for the doing that with their heads right down. i tried this about three years time5. invention is one built for the times. a social distancing bike. ago with the olympic pair, and i could hardly keep up with them. it was as if they were all on land but they were hanging upside down in the water. at the time i got compared to a drowning hit her by viewers! you this is really easy to ride. from can see how i struggled to even keep inventions to freshly potted plant5, some sort of shape upside down in orju5t memories, it is often what has made in the shed that makes a the water. it was so physically shed of the year. demanding. there we go. you should give it a try, one time. if ever i voting for all entries, including this beach heart in west yorkshire, was feeling gloomy about being up closes on the 9th of august. the win and about on a saturday morning just will receive £1000 prize, and fewer people have received a shed of the watching mike doing a synchronised year award and a bafta, so it is swimming bring some cheer. what a highly coveted. —— than a bafta. feeling to be back in the water.
just a bit of a doggy paddle. it is feeling to be back in the water. just a bit of a doggy paddlem feeling to be back in the water. just a bit of a doggy paddle. is it harder doing synchronised swimming it i5a it is a wonderful 5hed, than ballroom dancing? a lot harder. it is a wonderful shed, a really good purpo5e, it is a wonderful shed, a really good purpose, to help her dad with dementia. beautifully done. many of imagine taking that dance, the quickstep but underwater, upside down, and you get an idea of you have engaged in your own shed synchronised swimming! thank you, projects. you've been sending in your shed picture5 all morning. kerry and peter from watton at stone mike. we will be back with mike were due to be married on the 8th may but had to postpone later on. we are talking about the wedding due to coronavirus. they decided to build a bar and have a party anyway. garden sheds now. can you guess what the garden shed might normally they've called it? the lockdown arm5! be home for your tools, lawn mower, dr who fans will like this one. and maybe some spiders, but during the coronavirus outbreak peter sent in a photo of his shed they've offered sanctuary for many that's been decked out a5 a full size tardi5. people who have taken on a lockdown project. bernard has sent in a picture there is a serious point in some of the air raid shelter in his garden that he converted it cases as we are about to find out. into a garden shed. he says its ideal for isolating some of these transformations have visitors for quarantine now been shortlisted and that his grandchildren refuse in two new categories for this year's ‘shed of the year‘ competition. our reporter adam mcclean is with one of the finalists to enter the prison . now in west yorkshire. you look very comfortable outside a this is impressive. bespoke beach hut.” geoff in chester built his entire shed forjust £36.
you look very comfortable outside a all of the materials, bespoke beach hut. i am indeed, apart from the felt roof, roger, good morning. you could be were given to him for free forgiven for thinking that we are beside the seaside this morning. or found lying around. and finally... truth be told there is not one seed well in the sky because here in west yorkshire we are about as far as you can get from the north, west, east tim and lucy have sent this in. this is sila5 the silo, and south coast, but that did not rescued from a skip and converted into a bbq and gazebo hut. stop pat, i will get out of this it is one of the shed shortlisted deckchair, it is not an elegant thing to do. you have made this in this years competition as well. beach hut, you have been nominated in this year's competition as well. for shed of the year, how does that feel? it feels absolutely amazing. that is proper repurpo5ed. people you created this space for your are so creative, i do not have any diy skill father. yes, he has dementia. it is are so creative, i do not have any diy 5kill apart from putting on a a space for him to come to and to school or something, but diy skill apart from putting on a school or something, but that is phenomenal. a lot of talent out relax and to chill out with sort of there. put to good use in the last music and when he was a boy, he few months. on the subject of lived in dublin and he lived near talented... whether it was watching daley thompson in moscow the beach, so he loved to spend time or super saturday in london, there have been so many great on the beach, and so, this recreates british olympic moments. today we'll find out which one has
that memory for him, he used to play been voted the very best in a special bbc programme. steve redgrave's fifth gold in sydney is on the list — ina that memory for him, he used to play in a boys band, he played clarinet let's remind ourselves what happened and they played on the bandstand on the beachfront, so he can actually 20 years ago. come out here, and he can play tea they crowd are roaring? hold on, the for two, which is what he played when he was a boy. let's take a look italian side coming strong! here we now at some of the other finalists go! great britain get the for shed of the year. gold—medal, and relief all round! down at the bottom of a garden great britain, told! —— gold. the near manchester, there is a traditional irish pub. # by the gasworks wall crowd a re # dreamed great britain, told! —— gold. the crowd are going wild, just fantastic a dream by the old canal... moments here. steve isjust going to my mum and dad are both from ireland, from longford and galway, and it's basically breakdown. he is breaking down in a labour of love towards my dad, the boat. he has presented him with who is 87 this year, he calls everyone bucko, so i decided to name a gold olympic pin, the record for the bar after him. # dirty old town... the five times olympic gold # dirty old town. medallist. this man, steve redgrave, 38 years old, what a hero, a british
hero. i still feel likejumping up glen's son sean turned 18 during lockdown and had his first point at bucko's bar. and cheering at the end of that. i well, it's more than just a shed doe know what it is like for you, at the bottom of the garden for me. but i would have that as my daily it's also one of the best wa ke but i would have that as my daily wake up routine. do you ever get pubs in the area. and it's a really nice bored of watching those moments?” place for me and my mates to hang out, when we can. usually ends up with a bit rarely see it, on the reruns that of dancing, there's not much of a dance floor, the bbc have been doing, i actually but we get the old irish music on, watch the opening ceremony of 2012 and just reminiscing last weekend for the first time. and have a good old time. in north lancashire, eight years on. it is not one of the there is the hut house, a potting shed that celebrates go to things that i watch. still fantastic to look at. gabby logan is art and design. alongside you as part of this well, it all started with a chair. programme tonight, but i was also curious, when i was looking down the list of moments featured in this programme, loads of the top moments come inevitably from 2012. nine of the 25. five from 2016. apart from the chair is from the 19305, the 25. five from 2016. apart from and was designed by a friend, the fact we have short memories, a and mate of mondriaan, and it is that inspiration genuine reflection of how much more of the clean lines, the primary colours, successful we have become at from the bauhaus movement,
which was the inspiration olympics. the one date missing from for building it as you see it today. all of this is 1996, but a brilliant hut house was a birthday gift from colin to his wife gail. i knew, when i said moment then, you were the only ones, "can i have a shed", i wasn't going to get something ordinary, shall we say? yourself and matt pinsent, the i certainly didn't expect it to be moment when you said, fifa get in a quite as interesting as this. but i absolutely love it. boat again, shoot me. by some we use it for a lot more than a potting shed, really. people's measure, that should be on it is a good place to come this list. overall, it was quite and sit and to contemplate, especially with everything that has been going on. said games the british team. it has been a really nice time here. then there's the makers, obviously format and myself, it was building and inventing like youtuber colin from lincolnshire. special. but that was the turning the inventor of his home—made hover bike. point. but tell that time, five and a high—voltage ejector bed. olympics before that, great britain won five gold medals, so that was just seen to be acceptable. after at lantau, there was big changes, good morning, bbc breakfast viewers, bigger infrastructure changes, we have got the lathe area, saying we could do better, and we have got a workbench, bidding for 2012 and getting it made we have got the welding table, and drawers full of all sorts a huge difference. the success of of bits and bobs, we have got this 2012 and most of the people on the we have got this section, we have a shearer, list from that is notjust about
we have materials, round, boxed, square, aluminium, 2012 and most of the people on the list from that is not just about the memory side of it, there are so many stainless steel, we have got the current project, yes, this is a lawn mower that is going to work off wood gas, hopefully. great memos to choose from. gabby, we have got a beautiful bandsaw, we have got some benders, steve talked about the turning point we have got things on the wall that i can set fire to myself, in1996, steve talked about the turning point in 1996, have we post above our it is just a lovely space. weight in the years since, or is colin's workshop is known around the world, and was the birthplace that we should always have been?” of all his creations. think steve would agree... sorry, steve. i think steve would agree i think qualities that a shed of the year would need, that lottery funding and being able is notjust how it's made and what it looks like, to facilitate so many more full—time although there is wonderful things, athletes has been one of the factors but how, what happens in that shed, and how that affects the person that has led to that success because who owns it, and other people, steve will remember the days when which is why i have entered mine, because things that have happened most of our olympians were juggling in here, have gone off to inspire jobs or being at the receipt of other people to get their own sheds, and do their own stuff. grandparents and parents finding so that's pretty cool. them through their careers. when i think it is, anyway. sorry to all of the parents whose people were able to divert their kids have bought welders attention fully to their sport, we and nearly set fire to stuff! now, this is not the first time read the rewards i'd be became so much more professional in the i have entered shed of the year. structures of sport, with a cycling my shed above my underground bunker, that is another story. or gymnastics, it took us a very that also won its category long time to break to the world of shed of the year in 2017, but this shed in particular is ten stage in gymnastics, and in beijing
years old, it is the home of my youtube channel and projects the lewis smith medal opened the and videos that have been made floodgates for more success, both as in this shed have gone on to get teams and individuals in that a billion views online, particular sport. that and i have got 10 million followers for things that have happened in this small space. colin's latest invention is one professionalism within those amateur built for the times. sport has certainly reaped rewards. the high—cycle, the social max whitlock is on the list with this two golds in two hours and distancing bike. 2016. incredible, i was this two golds in two hours and 2016. incredible, iwas a this two golds in two hours and 2016. incredible, i was a gymnast as a kid, you would never oufour the great britain would win even one gold—medal, to win two in an hour, i # there's not a lot that i expect... feel that 2008 medal pave the way for that, max, he exactly what you need, if you need a feel that 2008 medal pave the way forthat, max, he was feel that 2008 medal pave the way for that, max, he was the beneficiary. we cannot list them all ride. from inventions to freshly potted because our 25, people will watch plants, or just memories, it's often what is made in the shed that makes a shed of the year. the programme tonight, but what is your favourite memory? me, personally? gosh, you have a moment voting for entries including this asa personally? gosh, you have a moment as a child and this is the thing i feel sad this summer about not beach hut in west yorkshire closes on august nine. the winner receives having those olympic experiences, because when you're a kid i do love a £1000 prize and i'm told that sport, there is something that there are fewer recipients of the happens, something lights up inside
you, and for me the 1984 olympics in award than there are of the baftas, la was when i really got turned onto so it is a highly coveted prize. olympic sport. i was a gymnast thank you very much indeed. i have myself, 11 years old, i don't watched daley thompson's progressed through his decathlon as well as many other brilliant moments in got shed envy after seeing colin's night games, and that turned me on shed. the only thing of interest in to the idea of being a sportswoman and working around sport. i didn't know at the time there was a career my shed is an ancient set of golf for me, but it set alight those clu bs my shed is an ancient set of golf clubs that belong to my husband's dreams. he was huge, and carl lewis grandfather. are they, have they got as well. back further, 1980, just a hickory shaft? i would take them about on my radar, i was wholly five at the time, but i do remember the to the recycling! if you've got a shed creation please send in your pictures, rivalry just about, and at the time, but i do remember the we'd love to see them. rivalryjust about, and to do something we have gone back to in you can email us at bbcbrea kfast@bbc. co. uk and tweet looking through utube with our kids using the hashtag #bbcbreakfast. toa looking through utube with our kids to a lockdown and watching those. moscow will be remembered for all send us a photo if your shed is kinds of rather darker stuff in some particularly impressive. we would ways, but that rivalry, i don't want love to see it. here's sarah with a look to age you too much, but i don't at this morning's weather. know how old you were in 1980 and
grey skies for many today. yes, a whether that amazing rivalry with nlf export also ignited something in cloudy picture, unsettled conditions heading through the weekend. this is you, that competitive spirit. 1980, the picture in eastbourne this quite a disappointing for myself, i morning. many of us have similar was 18, the crew i was in gained conditions. drizzle and rain coming selection to go to moscow to raise, out of that cloud. that sums up today. fairly cloudy. rain at times because of the financial climate, and potentially thundery later on, the political problems we were but there will be some drier weather having, money was reduced, so we had with a glimpse of blue sky to be a stay—at—home is a groove. we would enjoyed as well today. low pressure driving the weather, sitting to the not have been a finalised at that north—west of the uk, some showers time, so that is still hurts me a wrapping around that area of low little bit, but i remember all those pressure and pushing their way memories. i watched every second of eastwards on a cold front. the it on tv, wishing that i was going heaviest rain this morning across parts of scotland. later the focus to be there. certainly made up for of the heaviest downpours will be that disappointment after that further south across england and wales, we can see some thundery rain point. it could have been a six. moving in across the isle of wight obviously working on the television and the southeast later this as steve does now, for me, no one afternoon. thunderstorms are possible through parts of wales and ca res as steve does now, for me, no one cares what i think, but 1988, lincolnshire, northern ireland also remember watching great britain beat seeing some heavy showers and pantry germany in the men's hockey final,
downpours and some hail. much of northern england and scotland seeing some slightly drier weather with because it was a newsagent where i lots of sunshine, but hit and miss grew up who scored the goal. but with some heavy downpours. barry davies's brilliant bit of temperatures between 18—21, for most commentary, where were the germans, of us, we could see 23 degrees and frankly who cares? things like towards east anglia and that that state. it is, and that lincolnshire. tonight the heaviest rain starts to clear to the east. clearing skies over night. still men's hockey success, that lead to more investment in the sport and we relatively —— still relatively mild with temperatures in double figures. saw the women, in 2016. those we will wake up tomorrow in a way of moments are remembered for iconic, blue skies and sunshine than today, tree—lined but also so important, still some blustery showers because though successes, for the there is no pressure is not far development of those sports. a lot away. some showers for the west of of people forget that a lot of olympic sports people are not scotland. later in the day some of them popping up across parts of furloughed, they do not have a job england and wales as well but not as to go back to, so they are missing many as today. it will feel fresher, out on competition, missing out on being able to develop relationships with some sunshine to come. top with their brands and people who can sponsor them, so it these are hard times for those sports people, not temperatures, 16—22, and things should turn warmer as we head so because they are not competing through next week. but because of the opportunity to earn a living and be able to keep time now for click. doing this. they are missing out on
all sorts and hopefully this we will be back at eight o'clock. programme today will be a way of just remembering some of those fantastic moments add waiting the appetite for the year to come. fantastic moments add waiting the appetite for the year to comem has been disruptive for all those athletes preparing for this summer, what are your thoughts, 12 months a long time, and we have seen what has hey, welcome to click. happened in the last six, his hard to predict where we will be next now, as more and more places year, but how confident are you we start to open up here in the uk will be able to put on an event like there are some people the olympics, pulling in people from who are starting to think all over the world? obviously about whether travelling there's a lot of doubt, a lot of or going abroad for a summer holiday is a possibility, and is safe. and that's why today, countries suffering really badly, as lara is not at home, she is at an airport. every country as almost suffered extremely badly with covid—19, we after months in isolation, seem to be any settling point at the the idea of coming to a bustling airport, moment but i countries are in dire let alone getting on an actual plane can be slightly unnerving. here at heathrow things issues. there is always doubt but we are much quieter than usual, have a plan that they will be an but they are doing everything they can to try and make olympic games and we will be able to the place covid—safe, with a fair bit of help from technology. compete. the athletes themselves let's go and take a look.
would have gone through harder times the last six months than actually where we are now, they can focus these robots were previously pretty clearly where we are, but used to kill off hospital—acquired infection, but now there is one in each terminal, circumstances change, because those athletes that would have been deployed to disinfect. favourites of winning gold medals this time out in tokyo, in 12 mapping its route and focusing on the most common touch points. months' time they might not be in the same situation. other athletes it uses uvc light, and viruses don't have an immune have the opportunity to close that system to uvc, and that, in effect, stops it from replicating 93p- have the opportunity to close that gap. it changes the light, if we are and kills the virus. able to compete and stage games. we the only way we could safely see it lit up and working though was through the window of this conference room. just have to keep our fingers crossed. thank you so much for there is a good reason we couldn't go in, talking to us this morning, steve for the first few seconds that it is on, the room smells redgrave and gabby logan. the of burning skin, apparently. that's just from anything programmers are later today. 1:15pm. that may be laying around in the office. they will both be off to the limbic so, to avoid any nasty burns, it needs to get its work done centre in london and they might like when no—one is around. to see mike rekindling his love of its motion and vibration sensors double—checking the swimming pool. but before that, that no—one has appeared unexpectedly. let's get the weather. i bitten next but at least
it is pretty speedy. out there for the course of the in the airport here, weekend. i'm settled, we will have this robot can disinfect 18,000 outbreaks of rain, but no rainbows square metres in a space of two and a half hours. without that. west yorkshire at the it disinfects, not cleans, so it is nice to send this moment, plenty of showers already. into say a washroom, disinfect it, then it is safe mainly cloudy with showers, for the cleaning staff to go in, then they can clean. in an airport it is notjust thunderstorms at times. what a about cleaning overnight. difference a year makes. last year, a place like this is usually pretty busy and that means that people's hands going on the same surfaces on this day, the highest temperature quite a lot, especially ever recorded in the uk, recorded in somewhere like an escalator. the solution here could cambridge, 38.7 celsius. most of us also lie in a uv light. this escalator has been retrofitted with one are 20 degrees cooler today because underneath the belt, so it means that every we have a draw in aid from the west, time it goes round, it is being sanitised. cooler, fresher behind this cold front. that front bringing spells of and the whole route we take through the airport seems to persistent rain later. the showers have been carefully considered. stickers on lift buttons, happen heavy across parts of wrappers on escalator handles, scotland, they should start to ease so think about your antibacterial spray a little earth the next few hours, but from a virus point of view. and the cloud will break up. sunny spells, further showers building
you wrap that around into the afternoon. southern and the escalator handle and it basically gives you several months of virus—free south—eastern england, the rain touching, and what we do could be heavy, thunderstorms is we have a technical check likely, some persistent rain. green that we can make, our colour showing where we will see the biotechnicians do this heavier bursts. it had to miss, on a regular basis to see what the viral load is on those further north, further south. do not touch points, they can make sure that that wrapper ta ke further north, further south. do not is working and fully take their position to literally. dry weather across parts of northern functional. it is used in a number england and northern ireland, further heavy showers putting in of different places. here. eastern scotland holding onto we have them on lift buttons, escalators and also importantly heavy showers and thunderstorms. on trolley handles. there is also mandatory mask temperatures, 60—24 c, warmest wearing, and other safety towards the east. as the third test features are being trialled, like this camera continues, little bit of rain, but detection system tracking it will be coming and going. —— people's temperatures. the only thing that seems to be missing right now is, somewhat 16-24. it will be coming and going. —— 16—24. tomorrow dry. losing the unsurprisingly, the passengers. heavier bursts of rain, preaching to the east this evening and overnight, turning drier and quieter as we start sunday. fairly mild with temperatures in the mid teens first google's pixel buds have finally come to the uk thing. more blue sky and sunshine this week, nine months tomorrow compared to today about low after they were first announced.
pressure still not far away, sitting so, i've been seeing how to the far north, heavy showers they stack up next to some other big brand wireless rotating around a low pressure, earphones. pushing into parts of western apple's airpods pro and the scotland. elsewhere one or two channels for northern ireland, snappily—titled sony wf1000 xm3s. i am wearing the pixel buds during the afternoon a feud cropping now, and google has designed up during the afternoon a feud cropping up across england and wales, fairly them to lie flat in your ears, so they have a low profile, hit had to miss. quite blustery, which i appreciate, because you don't catch them if you are taking off fresher than recently. temperatures your shirt or if you are wearing a hat. all three of these come with a case that 90-23 fresher than recently. temperatures 90 — 23 celsius. cooler where you recharges your earbuds. google's is designed to look like a stone, which is very nice, and it fits are exposed to the breeze. ——19—23. in that tiny extra pocket in yourjeans. sony's case is the outlier, because it's high pressure building, a little bit comparatively huge. drier warmer, especially in the i'm not a big fan of this south as we head through next week. rose gold effect lid, because the paint has started to chip off. mike has been at the the big question of course london aquatics centre for us this morning, is, how do they sound? as pools in england prepare to reopen today. i was never the sort he's been talking to people of person to spend about £200 on a pair of headphones. as they go for their first dip since lockdown, and now until about two years ago my boss convinced me to buy these, because the audio quality it might be his turn and the noise cancellation were outstanding. and i never regretted it, still it might be his turn got his start on. because i wore them every day on the way to work, on flights, things like that. still it might be his turn got his start onm still it might be his turn got his start on. so excited, unusually still got his start on. so excited,
and the sony in—ear unusually i have bypassed the buds come fairly close to that sound quality. changing room, new rules, new safety when i got the airpods pro, protocol to make sure people do not i was disappointed, because they cost more than any congregate around those lockers and of these other headphones. cubicles. you bring all your club but they just didn't sound as good. are in the one—way system, past everything sounded a little bit duller. the pixel buds probably ran somewhere in between in terms those cubicles and changing rooms of audio richness, but there and to the pool. any moment, i can is a problem with these. see a sign that says, i have two, whatever i'm listening to, whether it's spoken word yes, or music, there is a low level, see a sign that says, i have two, yes , re m ove see a sign that says, i have two, yes, remove my shoes before quiet hissing noise entering. well undo the laces. for the entire time, almost like you are listening to songs my venue entering. well undo the laces. for my venue of the live pigs in 2012, a on a cassette tape rather than a clean digital copy. it's and it's most noticeable special swimming pool. now an if you are listening to music in bed at low volume. important community centre, 1 million people visit every year, and not everyone can hear it. for the first time since march people have been able to get back in my housemate couldn't hear the hissing noise but i could, and so could lots of other the pool and are enjoying their people complaining on the google message boards. swims. swimming lessons will not for a sound product, begin until september, they will that's a fundamental problem. another weird thing ease people back gradually. let's talk to some of the swimmers. look about the pixel buds at this speed. quite experienced is that they don't have noise cancellation, and the sonys and airpods pro both have really good noise cancelling for something so small. swimmers. 4000 children have the pixel buds are at the end of the price scale where
swimming lessons here, 600 on the i would expect to have it. here is a quick look at some dive programme which starts on of the other features. monday, diving on the boards once the sonys come out top again. he was the coach, joe. for battery life, and i've never had a problem with any of these running out, impressive technique. what is it mean to have this back and how is it because they all recharge when you put them back in the case, the pixel buds and airpods pro have the added working? it feels magnificent. it is bonus of a wireless charging case, and both of them are also sweat—resistant, something i have missed so much. while the sonys are not, although i used to wear them they have ta ken something i have missed so much. at the gym all the time, they have taken a lot of trouble to make sure it is working properly, and they haven't broken yet. one little thing i'm really double size lanes, fewer people, and glad that the pixel buds get right is that they play the low battery noise at the same volume as the music you've been it is better. we have more space for listening to, which is really important if you are swimmers who have to get used to the trying to fall asleep. for some reason i cannot understand, the airpods pro play a really loud low battery newer way of doing it. but it is noise, even if you are playing music at the quietest volume and so many times, fantastic to be back. no facemask i've fallen asleep with these because we are socially distant in, and then suddenly... thing, that is very important. boop, boop, boop! cyril, how are you finding it? you it makes me jump out of my skin every time. area cyril, how are you finding it? you apple, please fix this! are a regular swimmer. it is kind of but that is a small issue weird, because we have not been compared to the hissing doing for a long time. our bodies on the pixel buds. google says the hissing is rare, and it will fix it are adjusting to the water. how with a software update, but these first came important is it for you in your
out in the us in april and it's still not fixed, now, are you counting down life, physically and mentally? important is it for you in your life, physically and mentally7m important is it for you in your to the next generation of video life, physically and mentally? it is really important, because most children have been at home for quite games consoles and will you be team xbox or team playstation? a while, so going out swimming is that decision often rests on the exclusive really good for you. how have you games and franchises that each offers. found the measures of safety the sony line—up for the ps5 protocol, a bit more space?m has achieved universal acclaim found the measures of safety protocol, a bit more space? it is kind of good. sometimes it can get a from the gaming community bit weird. i will let you get back. but nothing xbox has revealed has set pulses racing, daniel, dinard. iwill fight but all that could be bit weird. i will let you get back. daniel, dinard. i will fight my way about to change, thanks —— five mile lane over there. excuse to the biggest franchise xbox has, halo. me, you put yourself in a bit of space by the side of the pool. i will put the microphone down now, ta ke will put the microphone down now, take my trousers are, and this is marc cieslak has been what you are meant to do, get finding out more. halo hero the master chief changed by the side of the pool. i is xbox's not so secret weapon in the next generation console showdown with playstation. the new game, halo infinite, am going to get in the pool deliberately i double move the has action centred around microphone start trousers coming on. the master chief, now battling a foe called asheron, we don't want to see that. the
tackling a bad—tempered space bad guy who leads the distinctly trousers are aft, microphone. i want to keep the shirt on for decency, unfriendly—sounding banished. you might still be having your i sat down with bonnie ross, brea kfast. head of all things halo at microsoft and phil spencer, you might still be having your breakfast. there he goes. one, two, head of xbox, to talk about the three. neely mr big moment. good master chief's first next gen outing. as far as the next gen consoles are concerned is it that dive. nicely done. the reason mike graphics so sharp you can see has done that, can we quickly show sweat on the brow of an alien before you dispatch them, with zero load times, or is there more the footage from brisbane? this was to it than that? obviously you have got ten the footage from brisbane? this was the famous thing that made mike famous throughout the world as he times the processing power, prepared to interview the commonwealth games swimmers and but for us it is about failing. good to see him back in the the universe, and the suspension of disbelief. pool failing. good to see him back in the pool. and this time intentionally. we have spoken before notjust in halo but in video he has made it. i think he is quite games about how agency, player choice, is one enjoying it. well done. that's all from us this morning. of those things that really breakfast will be back connects you to the story. tomorrow morning from six. you now have more choice have a lovely day, goodbye. in the decisions that you make as master chief, which i do think, in the long run, it is a mechanism
for connecting you more to the story that is there. halo infinite is arguably the biggest and most important launch title for the new xbox. to date it has generated about £55 billion in sales, shifting 77 million copies across the franchise lifetime. big numbers. the first halo combat evolved for the original xbox back developed by bungie, combined storytelling the satisfying combat and for the time incredibly lush visuals. successful sequels followed before developers bungie departed microsoft games studios and went on to make their own sci—fi looter and shooter, destiny, which left 343 industries to produce halo four and five, both commercially successful games which had a mixed response from fans.
i think with halo four this is bbc news with the latest headlines for viewers in the uk we told a beautiful story, and around the world. i'm proud of what we did with campaign, but we fell the wait is over as gyms and leisure centres reopen down on multiplayer, in england but there's a warning up we were probably trying to do to a third may have to remain shut because of financial troubles. me—toos, trying to focus on what other games were doing versus thinking about halo. with halo five it is like we reversed our learning. i think the halo five story is a fine story, i think it is a great halo story with master chief at the focus, and in multiplayer, i'm incredibly proud of what we did. it comes as news being obese or overweight puts you at greater risk of serious illness or death from coronavirus. so, third time up at the bat, i hope that we are learning together and making sure that we get it right this time. it is a new game on a new console so the master chief has some new kit to play with including this, the grapple shot. and the drop shield which provides master chief
with temporary cover. on this evidence xbox seems to have got some of its mojo back. we will find out if it is enough to face down the challenge playstation 5, when xbox series x launches later this year. that was marc. looks like the next—generation console war is hotting up. that's it from us for the moment. from me on the sofa, and from lara at arrivals... as ever, you can keep up with the team throughout the week on social media on youtube, instagram, facebook and twitter, @bbcclick. thanks for watching and we will see you soon. 02:00:38,998 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 bye— bye.