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of an agreement to try to put a limit on global warming. the conference president, alok sharma, has called for a final injection of �*can—do spirit�*. an ally of former president trump, steve bannon, has been indicted by a federal grand jury, charged with two counts of contempt of congress. mr bannon refused to give a deposition or supply documents to the committee investigating the attack on the us capitol last january. more than 1,000 migrants are spending what for many is a fifth night trapped at the border between belarus and poland amid a continuing stand—off between the two countries. us presidentjoe biden has expressed his concern about the situation on the border. hundreds of teachers have been targeted in recent weeks by pupils who've anonymously made abusive videos on the social media
platform tiktok. some teachers have been accused of being paedophiles or subjected to homophobic comments. schools are now calling on tiktok to take urgent action to remove what they say is disgraceful abuse of teachers online. tiktok says it is deploying additional measures to detect and remove offensive content and regrets upset caused to teachers. but teaching unions say it's not being done fast enough. 0ur education correspondent elaine dunkley has more. tiktok, a social media platform where people can create and share funny and quirky content, but there is a darker side to one of the latest trends. targeting teachers with abusive and offensive videos. this one shows tom rogers, a history teacher, posted from an anonymous account and viewed thousands of times. there were two videos using a derogatory term to describe someone who was
inappropriate towards children. you are thinking when you go in there that kids are laughing at you and whatever and everyone�*s seen it, so i have messaged tiktok, didn't get a reply, the videos are still there. there could be something tragic happen, and it's only then that something will have to be done. we had a number of staff who have been impacted by this and who are off currently. many schools across the uk have sent letters to parents warning them about schoolchildren creating and sharing videos targeting teachers. seen by, in one case, 2 million viewers... at the ellesmere port church of england college there have been a number of incidents. we are working with a number of staff at the moment who are finding it difficult to cope. we know that the children who have posted the videos, we're working with their families to make sure they understand what they've done wrong. bodies like tiktok must make sure that they can police this a bit better. you can take three separate resistors... these sixth formers say everyone in school has a responsibility to stop online bullying. when i first saw them, my first
response was to report it. report it as, like, bullying and harassment. some of the videos you see are just literal attacks on one individual. i know one teacher- has been affected the most. i haven't seen him around school since the incident. | in a statement, tiktok says its community guidelines make clear that it doesn't tolerate content that contains bullying or harassment. statements targeting an individual or hateful speech or behaviour, and will remove content that violates these guidelines. but teaching unions say videos are not being taken down quickly enough. tiktok is living in a parallel universe, frankly. they are not taking this issue seriously, they're not giving a sense of urgency, and they're definitely not recognising that they should be taking responsibility to help us adults educate young people about how you conduct yourself responsibly on social media. what can schools do about this? when tom's not teaching, he hosts a weekly show
on teachers talk radio. you've got school websites, and we've got all our photographs online... but teachers say they don't just want words, they want action from social media sites like tiktok. elaine dunkley, bbc news. now on bbc news, it's time for the travel show with christa larwood. coming up this week... making rally racing more climate friendly in italy. it rally racing more climate friendly in italy.- friendly in italy. it is incredible, - friendly in italy. it is incredible, isn't - friendly in italy. it is incredible, isn't it. l friendly in italy. it is| incredible, isn't it. it friendly in italy. it is - incredible, isn't it. it was aood incredible, isn't it. it was good fun- _ incredible, isn't it. it was good fun. from - incredible, isn't it. it was good fun. from macy - good fun. from macy thanksgiving parade to the mountain festival in england's lake district. 0ur mountain festival in england's lake district. our local guide to what is coming up. and three adventurers, one old banger and adventurers, one old banger and a frozen siberian lake. the adventurers, one old banger and a frozen siberian lake.— a frozen siberian lake. the sun will be down _ a frozen siberian lake. the sun will be down in _ a frozen siberian lake. the sun will be down in ten _ a frozen siberian lake. the sun will be down in ten minutes . a frozen siberian lake. the sun| will be down in ten minutes and we are in the middle of nowhere. it is not a great
situation. hello and welcome to the travel show, on the road again and this week coming from the beautiful italian island of sardinia. you probably have of the monaco grand prix, the decker rally but this year a brand—new series on the international motor racing scene and this one comes with a bit of difference. it is on a mission to save the planet. this is extreme—e, a series of
electric off—road races and it is all in the name of protecting the environment. this is the first season and so far they have been to saudi arabia, senegal, greenland and now here in sardinia. motor racing and saving the environment don't usually go hand—in—hand so i am intrigued to find out exactly how it all works. hello. look at this thing, it is a breeze. it works. hello. look at this thing, it is a breeze.- thing, it is a breeze. it is. it is. thing, it is a breeze. it is. it is- it— thing, it is a breeze. it is. it is- it is— thing, it is a breeze. it is. it is. it is kind _ thing, it is a breeze. it is. it is. it is kind of - thing, it is a breeze. it is. it is. it is kind of new- thing, it is a breeze. it is. l it is. it is kind of new wage. it is. it is kind of new wage. it has to be big and strong. shall we get onto the track and have a look? we can have a go. traditionally rally cars a huge gas guzzlers, consuming even more viewers than that fi counterparts, a massive 50 litres per 100 kilometres. although this championship has a cabin footprint, extreme—e is
committed to being cabin neutral by the end of its first season by offsetting its emissions. 0h, oh, my goodness, this thing absolutely goes. it oh, my goodness, this thing absolutely goes.— absolutely goes. it is incredible. _ absolutely goes. it is incredible. it - absolutely goes. it is incredible. it is - absolutely goes. it is incredible. it is a - absolutely goes. it is. incredible. it is a good absolutely goes. it is - incredible. it is a good fun. it is fun behind the wheels i am not sure what it is like to be a passenger.— be a passenger. what is it likely driving _ be a passenger. what is it likely driving one - be a passenger. what is it likely driving one of - be a passenger. what is it likely driving one of these j likely driving one of these big, fast crazy electric vehicles? it big, fast crazy electric vehicles?— big, fast crazy electric vehicles? , , ' vehicles? it is very different to what i — vehicles? it is very different to what i am _ vehicles? it is very different to what i am used _ vehicles? it is very different to what i am used to. - vehicles? it is very different to what i am used to. not . vehicles? it is very different. to what i am used to. not have as many gear changes. it is like driving an automatic on a real fast track. you like driving an automatic on a realfast track. you get like driving an automatic on a real fast track. you get really sweaty, the adrenaline is
intensive. there are bumps, jumps, a lot of heart in your mouth moments so it is for london. it feels like a racecar and it is enjoyable to drive when it is sliding on the gravel. i think the next generation will be exciting because you could still have the battle and excitement and the battle and excitement and the proper racing and it is just obviously a lot more sustainable. i just obviously a lot more sustainable.— just obviously a lot more sustainable. ~ ., .,. sustainable. i think of racing and i think— sustainable. i think of racing and i think of— sustainable. i think of racing and i think of big, _ sustainable. i think of racing and i think of big, dirty, - and i think of big, dirty, produces a lot of cabin and if this is the absolute opposite of that. i this is the absolute opposite of that. ~ , . ., of that. i think it is changing the way we _ of that. i think it is changing the way we view _ of that. i think it is changing | the way we view motorsport. normally we go to a racetrack and go to a hotel, whereas we are working with scientists a lot closer and learning stuff i have not known before. extreme—e runs local environmental projects before every race, where even the drivers get stuck into hell. it feels like going on holiday before a race when we come and
learn. this won't be doing in sardinia going to be very fun. we're going to be learning about the seagrass and how much of an effect it has on the environment. katie and the other drivers are taking part in a project in the southern sardinia that plants seagrass. the races will then show what they have learnt on social media to try and spread knowledge about this important climate change strategy. it is a bit different to the coral reefs i have snorkelled before. it is not quite as a scenic but it is amazing to think that stuff waving down they could be one of the keys to combating climate change. like underwater lungs, seagrass is incredibly efficient at capturing carbon.
it absorbs 10% of the ocean's cabin each year, despite only taking up 0.2% of the sea floor. christa larwood is the first sport set up for tackling climate change and we use this fantastic men and women drivers to educate people. extreme—e. how do you narrow down to key locations? we how do you narrow down to key locations?— locations? we look at densification, - locations? we look at densification, rising l locations? we look at l densification, rising sea levels, melting of play shares, deforestation, which has that double impact that it actually speeds up climate change so we look at those five locations and we look around the world and we look around the world and we look around the world and we see where the stories can be told in the best way possible, where we have the best relationships, where the challenges are the biggest and where the racing is that as
well. realauthentic where the racing is that as well. real authentic great sports and communicating a really, really challenging issue. ., , really, really challenging issue. . , ., , issue. the teams were actually meant to be — issue. the teams were actually meant to be racing _ issue. the teams were actually meant to be racing in - issue. the teams were actually meant to be racing in the - meant to be racing in the amazonas part of original plan but due to covid they have had to postpone that to next year. it is a big operation but not too farfrom the it is a big operation but not too far from the race that is that mobile attic which carries all equipment and cars to where they need to be. they say it cuts two—thirds of the carbon emissions. i was not quite sure what to expect from this event but it has to speak, the dust, the excitement and listen, no crowds and no throbbing petrol engines. most live exports rely on spectator crowds but extreme—e is taking the opposite approach, to reduce the impact on locations, fans have to instead keep up with the action online. despite all
of this, i still had some questions about the sports green potential. how do you reconcile making it a good event when there is some travel involved? ., event when there is some travel involved? . . ., involved? the real change will only happen — involved? the real change will only happen in _ involved? the real change will only happen in the _ involved? the real change will only happen in the real- involved? the real change will only happen in the real world. | only happen in the real world. ideally, nobody would do any ambitions. but even if you stay in bed, you admit cabin. the positive effect needs to be bigger than the footprint that you have. if you want to make change happen, you have to do stuff. what we do, of course, we reduce the maximum the emissions, for example we produce our power with hydrogen. produce our power with hydrogen-— produce our power with hydrogen. produce our power with hdrouen. , ., hydrogen. why pair and eco- message _ hydrogen. why pair and eco- message with _ hydrogen. why pair and eco- message with motorsports? | hydrogen. why pair and eco- i message with motorsports? we want to use _ message with motorsports? - want to use motorsports, which is very, very... it has big orders, to break the bubble. environmentalists already know what is going on but sports
fans, not everybody knows so we put 50 minutes of racing and five minutes of messaging from scientists. that is how we use a sport to amplify the message. i would love to convey a message, to give so much information about climate change to also promote climate action in people that otherwise would not have known what is going on in this area. it is not a spectator _ going on in this area. it is not a spectator sport - going on in this area. it is not a spectator sport but| going on in this area. it is not a spectator sport but you can catch it on your tv at home and you can participate by helping your favourite driver by getting to pole position on final day. get online and cast your vote. final day. get online and cast yourvote. i'm going final day. get online and cast your vote. i'm going to vote for katie, obviously. katie and the andretti team did not win at this event but there is
still one more to go this season. next up, south america. —— next stop. well, if that look pretty exciting but it is not quite what you're looking for on holiday, there are plenty of other ways to enjoy sardinia. he is our global guide. cagliari is the island's capital, an ancient city so the many historical sites are a big attraction. the winding streets of castello, the mediaeval old town, are worth exploring with the 13th century cathedral of santa maria being a particular highlight. suddenly a's beaches are famous for their white sands and crystal clear waters. you will need to rent a car to see some of the best, randy dingee beach in the north is popular with snorkellers and surrounded by pinewood. if you
are staying in cagliari, chia beaches where the visit and if you are lucky you may spot pink flamingos at the nearby lagoon. if driving is not your thing, you may want to consider the historic green train, the trenino verdi. some parts of the preserved railway have been in operation non—stop for the past 130 years. there are four different trips you can take, each one specialising in a different type of landscape. from the high altitudes of the mountains to the vineyards. and every february, the west coast city of 0ristano hopes of a host a horsemanship festival held annually since 1546. up to 120 people dressed in full regalia, attempt to catch a star shaped token with a sword or spear. the festivities last for two days but be sure to arrive early because with thousands of people turning out to see the fun, the streets
gets seriously packed. do stay with us because we will be sticking with the driving theme. i heading to siberia to checkin theme. i heading to siberia to check in with the team that we have been following as they take on the mighty frozen lake baikal in an old soviet car. 0k, 0k, 0k. baikal in an old soviet car. 0k, 0k, ok. 50 baikal in an old soviet car. 0k, ok, ok.— baikal in an old soviet car. 0k, ok, ok, ., �* ., ., the annual macy's thanksgiving parade is back with a bang. this year celebrating its 95th anniversary. after a muted audience— three march last year, spectators will once again be able to line the central manhattan route to cheer on over 8000 marchers and
celebrate the beginning of america's holiday season as they have unfamiliar a century —— audience—free. this's parade kicks off at 9am on the 25th of november and will feature 15 floating character balloons, 28 spectacular floats, floating character balloons, 28 spectacularfloats, 36 floating character balloons, 28 spectacular floats, 36 novelty inflatables, ten marching bands, nine performance groups and, of course, not forgetting santa claus himself. 0h, and, of course, not forgetting santa claus himself. oh, and if you have a fear of clowns, you may want to stay away as there will be over 800 of them in attendance. you will be able to watch the parade from designated spots and for now, at least, proof of vaccination will not be required. if thanksgiving is food not for you can fire up the festive spirit within by visiting one of europe's largest christmas market in austria's charming capital city vienna. from the
12th of november, markets will p0p up 12th of november, markets will pop up throughout vienna's prettiest squares, transforming the city into a magical christmas wonderland straight out of a fairytale. expect crisp winter air, candles almost everywhere, steaming mugs of hot wine and the smell of roasted chestnuts, all with the atmospheric backdrop of vienna's baroque architecture. if you prefer climbing trees to decorating them, you may want to get yourself down to england's lake district for the kendal mountain festival. this four day long festival kicks off this weekend, an annual event dedicated to sharing awe—inspiring stories from the world of outdoor adventure. situated in the picturesque town of kendal in cumbria, the festival started 40 years ago and welcome to the well�*s top athletes and explorers to share stories on stage. alongside the jam—packed film programme that brings to life the spirit of adventure —— world's. the
largest wind event in the netherlands, head to the dollar. —— zwolle. it was the best ice artists from all around the world to work in a 1200 metres square cold call with 550,000 kilos of ice and snow —— cold hall.. the theme this year is what a wonderful world, turning the last 18 months of turmoil into appreciation for the beauty of the planet. artists will use this theme to create sculptures up this theme to create sculptures up to six metres high. light, sound design and special effects will conjure up quite a spectacle for visitors can view the show with a warming toddy from the ice bar. well, hopefully you've found something there to tempt you but right now we're to russia to meet a team who is racing across siberia in a car but,
well, quite frankly, has seen better days. last week, we met three little weenie and adventurous carollers, yogas and max as they hit the road in and max as they hit the road in an old soviet banger driving 1000 kilometres with their support vehicle across a frozen circus of wonderful surface of in russia. 0ne circus of wonderful surface of in russia. one of the well�*s largest lakes, one fifth of the planner's surface water and we catch up with them was the end of the first day on the ice. 0h, oh, man. this is crazy. yeah... we did about 70 keys yesterday.
—— case. we've got the room but no heat. we arrived ten minutes to seven or something like that, to drive on the ice in the darkness. and actually, the first day on the ice we froze. and actually i was surprised by the emotion and the feeling of -13. it's inaudible. it's something. publisher! publisher! ==
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we area we are a bit stuck in the middle of nowhere. we have a fresh crack and trying to pass it for one hour and a half already, but still no luck. sometimes we call it a mother crack_ sometimes we call it a mother crack and _ sometimes we call it a mother crack and it goes from south to north_ crack and it goes from south to north so— crack and it goes from south to north so what is happening now, mayhe _ north so what is happening now, mayhe ten— north so what is happening now, maybe ten kilometres backwards along _ maybe ten kilometres backwards along the shore and then to turn — along the shore and then to turn left _ along the shore and then to turn left to be somewhere, i don't — turn left to be somewhere, i don't know, like 13 kilometres minimum. _ don't know, like 13 kilometres minimum, maybe 40 kilometres, but minimum, maybe 40 kilometres, hut as_ minimum, maybe 40 kilometres, hut as far— minimum, maybe 40 kilometres, hut as far as— minimum, maybe 40 kilometres, but as far as i can see right now, — but as far as i can see right now. it _ but as far as i can see right now. it is _ but as far as i can see right now, it is the same. no end! so how— now, it is the same. no end! so how to — now, it is the same. no end! so how to get _ now, it is the same. no end! so how to get out of here? no way to turn— how to get out of here? no way to turn back. this crack is huge _ to turn back. this crack is huge we _ to turn back. this crack is huge. we are trying to go around _ huge. we are trying to go around it_ huge. we are trying to go around it for the last one hour and _ around it for the last one hour and the — around it for the last one hour and the sun, you can see how
low— and the sun, you can see how low the — and the sun, you can see how low the sun— and the sun, you can see how low the sun is.— low the sun is. about quarter ast low the sun is. about quarter past six. _ low the sun is. about quarter past six. the _ low the sun is. about quarter past six, the sun _ low the sun is. about quarter past six, the sun will- low the sun is. about quarter past six, the sun will be - low the sun is. about quarter| past six, the sun will be down in 15 minutes. and we are in the middle of nowhere. it's not the middle of nowhere. it's not the best situation because as we said before, we should not be riding at nighttime, especially on the ice, but we are doing the best we can basically. are doing the best we can basically-— basically. fingers crossed we're not _ basically. fingers crossed we're not this _ basically. fingers crossed we're not this tonight, i basically. fingers crossed | we're not this tonight, hi? nearly one hour in the dark. the car does not start, we have to push to start it. and that bloody crack is still here. but for the last half—an—hour,
three times start pulling extremely slowly. probably now we can put the tent up on top of the car. and try to overnight. in theory, we could go still to our village but it's, i don't know how far it is. i believe around 30 kilometres, maybe 40. so finally, we found a place where we cut out a piece of the cracked ice and now i have to drive—through.
thankfully, it looks like the crew will not have to spend the night on the ice. join us next week to see if there luck holds out as they near the end of their epicjourney. well, that is all we have time for this week but dojoin is all we have time for this week but do join us for next week's show, when... is dubai opens the well�*s tallest ferris wheel will be taking a look at the mother of all big wheels, the mother of all big wheels, the london eye, which celebrated its 20th birthday last year. plus we will see how a british food classic goes down on a tropicaljapanese island over 6000 miles away. here is your fish and chips. island over 6000 miles away. here is yourfish and chips. i hope you canjoin us here is yourfish and chips. i hope you can join us for that and a whole lot more next time but in the meanwhile, you can check out our adventures on social media. for now, from me
and the rest of the travel show team in sardinia, it is goodbye. hello. well, the weather's quiet out there right now, the out there right now, weekend is not looking bad for the weekend is not looking bad for most of us. it's going be milder, a fair amount of cloud, i think, but some of us will have some decent spells of sunshine. let's have a look at the here and now and skies have cleared in some spots across scotland, certainly eastern and southern scotland and some areas further south. generally a lot of clout to start the day and mild and look at these temperatures, ten or
11, it should be closer to five degrees so we are well above the average. it will be mild by day. the best chance of sunshine across central areas of the uk, certainly southern scotland, the lake district, lancashire, parts of the midlands, 14 the top temperature in london and we will probably much that in belfast, scotland will be close to 11 or 12. belfast, scotland will be close to 11 or12. how belfast, scotland will be close to 11 or 12. how about the outlook? it's sunday so not much change on monday, tuesday or indeed wednesday.
good morning. welcome to breakfast, with nina warhurst and jon kay. 0ur headlines today: talks at the cop26 summit go into overtime as nations near a deal to avert the worst impacts of climate change. it is official, the conservative ship of britney spears has been terminated! the controversial conservatorship that has controlled britney spears' life for 13 years has been brought to an end. weatherwise, the weekend is looking mild, fairly cloudy, most of you will be dry. a few spots of rain around. i will tell you where they are with the full weekend forecast.
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