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tv   Life at 50C - Part 3  BBC News  November 6, 2021 5:30pm-6:00pm GMT

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police, soldiers and firefighters have worked overnight to clear the scene. rescuers expect the death toll to mount. the country's vice president has called the incident a national disaster. kathyrn stancyszyn, bbc news. marches have been taking place in more than 200 cities around the world, for what's billed as a global day of action for climate justice. tens of thousands of people have taken to the streets of glasgow as part of the event, where the cop—26 climate talks are on—going. with more, here's our scotland correspondent, lorna gordon. everyone the driving rain did and wind couldn't keep them away. this the biggest protest march through glasgow during cop. the streets full, some had travelled just a short distance to get here, others from the sharp end of the changing climate. i come from the philippines and i am
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an indigenous person from the mountains and this is personally important to me, because climate change is killing my people. it is killing indigenous peoples round the world.. we are at the front line of the impacts of climate change, but we have the least carbon footprint. if the climate summit has so far focused on the decisions made by world leaders and teams gathered here in glasgow, today is about the people, the thousands gathered calling for change. discussions inside cop today focusing on nature. tough topics including the timetable for reviewing emissions cuts, raising finance for if poorest countries and the rules for checking that countries and companies keep their promise, still lie ahead. this afternoon was mostly peaceful. but there were a small number of arrests including this group of
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scientists being led away by police, after blocking a bridge. organisers of today's events said there were over 300 climate demonstrations worldwide, from the streets of london... to here in amsterdam... to sydney in australia. and people from round the world taking to the stage in glasgow, calling for action from those in charge. i don't have many expectations for the official cop conference but hopefully people will get together, put pressure on the decision makers. i don't know where we will be in ten, _ i don't know where we will be in ten, 20 — i don't know where we will be in ten, 20 years sol i don't know where we will be in ten, 20 years so i am with my mum, gran, _ ten, 20 years so i am with my mum, gran, grandad — ten, 20 years so i am with my mum, gran, grandad. | ten, 20 years so i am with my mum, gran. grandad-— gran, grandad. i don't believe it untili gran, grandad. i don't believe it until i see _ gran, grandad. i don't believe it until i see any _ gran, grandad. i don't believe it until i see any results _ gran, grandad. i don't believe it until i see any results and - gran, grandad. i don't believe it until i see any results and therej until i see any results and there is no commitments so we will have to see, i think it is all for sure. those marching here today on a wet and dark november afternoon will be
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hoping for positive news during the final week of talks but it is not too late to deliver the substantial change they want. lorna gordon, bbc news, glasgow. lorna gordon, bbc news, glasgow. now, with all the day's sport, here's karthi gnanasegaram, at the bbc sport centre. manchester city put on an excellent performance to dominate their local rivals manchester united at their home ground, old trafford, this afternoon. city won 2—0, but it was the manner of their premier league victory which will put the pressure back on united's manager, ole gunnar solskjaer. joe lynskey reports. for manchester united, he is the coach with the connection. the manager who knows the club and the city. but now ole gunnar solskjaer is underfire, and this was city. but now ole gunnar solskjaer is under fire, and this was a city. but now ole gunnar solskjaer is underfire, and this was a derby day after his darkest day. last time at old trafford, they lost 5—0 top liverpool. now manchester city were here and inside seven minutes were in front. an own goal.
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in front. an own coal. , , ., in front. an own coal. , , . , ., . an own goal. city started this match with 'ust an own goal. city started this match with just three _ an own goal. city started this match with just three points _ an own goal. city started this match with just three points more - an own goal. city started this match with just three points more than - with just three points more than united but their first half felt in a different league, where it not for de gea it might have been five again, on his own united's keeper kept them in it. but soon even he was forced into a mistake. find kept them in it. but soon even he was forced into a mistake.- kept them in it. but soon even he was forced into a mistake. and it is ended u- was forced into a mistake. and it is ended up in — was forced into a mistake. and it is ended up in the _ was forced into a mistake. and it is ended up in the back _ was forced into a mistake. and it is ended up in the back of _ was forced into a mistake. and it is ended up in the back of o. - was forced into a mistake. and it is ended up in the back of o. silva - ended up in the back of o. silva made the _ ended up in the back of o. silva made the most _ ended up in the back of o. silva made the most of _ ended up in the back of o. silva made the most of static - ended up in the back of o. silva made the most of static defending and clumsy handling. he was the portuguese player making the difference. at 2—0 this was no rout but for city just as comfortable and for united just as bleak. today was a massive test, but we weren't at the standard we know we can be and what we need to be against the top teams in europe. in against the top teams in europe. in manchester the derby means so much, for one coach it may yet decide his future but these were two teams from one city in very different places. city are in second place
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in the premier league table behind chelsea, who drew 1—1 with burnley. burnley remain in the relegation zone. in the league's other games, norwich beat brentford 2—1, while crystal palace defeated wolves 2—0. in the scottish premiership, hearts are in second place after a 5—2 win over dundee united. motherwell beat aberdeen 2—0, while saintjohnstone in rugby union's autumn internationals, england had a comfortable win over tonga in their first game of the series. england scored 11 tries, including two from ben youngs in a 69—3 victory at twickenham. jonny sexton celebrated his 100th cap for ireland by scoring 16 points as they thrashed japan by 60 points to five. andrew conway scored a hat trick during a nine try victory for ireland, who play new zealand next. cricket, and at the men's t20 world cup, rassie van der dussen top scored for south africa with an unbeaten 94, which included six sixes.
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south africa needed to restrict england to 131 runs or fewer for them to reach the semi finals, but with england now 165—4, it's confirmed that england and australia have qualified for the semi finals. there's more on the bbc sport website, including the latest on final practice at formula one's mexico city grand prix. that's it. i'll be back with the late news at five past ten. now on bbc one, time for the news where you are.
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if you don't live here and you're not affected by it every day you forget that it's happening. but it is, and it's terrifying.
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i'm already hot. i'm not even outside. normally i like to start my days off with a dog walk. come on, lily. we need to make it super early so that my little fur baby can walk
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on the ground without burning himself. i hope all is ok? i think it was around 56 this year, a supposedly high as it got, but it feels like 60! a bit dehydrated? it sucks the life out of you. goes like this... and then that's it, you're just like this. let's go home, it's out. i'm done, bro. todayi just like this. let's go home, it's out. i'm done, bro. today i have a really special guest. this is... hi, guys its hin. i think in my line of work with me doing a lot of content creation i can only see when the heat does affect me. when you do have the best light on a day to be able to film it is absolutely too hot to do it outside. so, since this is a compilation episode i'm going to make sure a bean coffee to everyone because we don't have to go have coffee. the hours between 11 o'clock in the morning and four
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o'clock in the morning and four o'clock in the afternoon and logo times of being outdoors.
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the heat impact your life in ways that you don't necessarily anticipate. and a day like today it makes things that are supposed to be a minute long and hour long. yes. yeah, let's sit down, my love. do you want the ac? one of the things that i was not anticipating when i did finally have children was now i had this tiny little being that needed to be protected from the sun. all right, let's get going. and because i had rear—facing car seats the ac unit actually never touched his car seat, so we would turn the car on 30 minutes prior to an outing, but the ice packs into his car seat to cool it down before i could place him in it,
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and we had a tube that would extend from the front ac into the backjust to make sure that we could get him enough air conditioning in a rear—facing car seat. and that is the reality for all parents here. push the door! push, push, push. do you want to try the mango with strawberry? i would spend my entire life living in a did have a bit of time when i got to live in the state and i got to gaza my bike and gartside make tree houses and i guess a village of bonn that for my children. —— go out on my bike and go outside and make tree houses and i did want that the children. i think there is a common misconception that you are able to split your time between different countries if you are kuwaiti. that has never been my reality is that the assumption you are not able ——
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the assumption you are not able —— the assumption you were just able to leave is not possible for everybody. this is the hottest i have ever seen kuwait. it is getting to the point where it is unbearable and i think everything about living here is hostile sometimes. you like swimming inside or outside more? inside, why do you look inside? dealfor help when you walk on the grass outside? yet. it concerns me that the only life that my children have known has beenin life that my children have known has been in scorching heat. they want to been in scorching heat. they want to be kids and go to the playground and they will beg to go all day and then we will finally break and take them and it will be so unbearable that they will be begging to go back home.
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the absolute best invention in the world. the only way to stop it. like, you can't even feel it now. there's absolutely no way to survive here without ac and i think that what's really disturbing about that is that you're cooling your little section but you're heating up outside and so we are in this awful, awful cycle of trying to cool ourselves down but also heating up the country even more as we go on. i think that we've gotten a little fatigued with the idea of climate change. you've got to stop using straws to save the turtles and turn off your lights in your back door might bathroom to leave, when you leave the house and it gets a little
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tiring but the big picture is what it means to live here and i do worry and these are some of my largest fears is that my children are so young right now and these are public the best days of their life in terms of weather. if you don't live here and you're not affected by it every day you forget that it's happening but it is and it is terrifying. if we are looking into the future, i don't see how much longer we can consider quite habitable.
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this is bbc news. i'm lukwesa burak. this is bbc news, the headlines at six. former uk prime minister, sirjohn major, accuses borisjohnson's government of acting in a "shameful" manner — over the owen paterson row. i think the way the government handled that was shameful and wrong and unworthy of this or indeed any government. rapper travis scott says he's "absolutely devastated" by the eight deaths and dozens of injuries at the texas festival where he was performing and pledges "total support" to police investigation after a crowd surge. at least 99 people have died in an oil tanker explosion, in sierra leone after the lorry collided with another vehicle in the capital, freetown. tens of thousands of people
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march through glasgow —

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