tv Review 2021 BBC News December 28, 2021 11:30am-12:01pm GMT
and parts of england and wales means that some of us will see some sunshine. but a windy day, especially with exposure in wales and the english channel. through this evening and overnight, there will be quite a bit of clear sky around, so especially in scotland, parts of northern england, we are looking at a touch of frost before this next system swings in bringing its rain from the south—west. so tomorrow, we start off with all that rain spreading from the south west steadily northwards and eastwards, behind it, there will be some residual cloud, there will still be some dampness in the air, but for some, it should start to brighten up, particularly so for north—east england and also parts of northern ireland. temperatures tomorrow ranging from seven to 16. hello this is bbc news. the headlines...
the hospitality sector welcomes the decision not to impose further covid restrictions in england before the new year, describing it as a lifeline, but ministers say further restrictions hinges on the number of hospitalisations. the french government call their new covid measures "proportionate", as rules for remote working and public gatherings come into force next week. more young children are being forced work on the streets, as afghanistan's humanitarian crisis deepens. we'll bring you a special report from kabul. heavy snowstorms batter western states in the us, leaving thousands without power and causing travel chaos. it's all over — australia thrash england to win the ashes, after a dismal collapse in melbourne. now on bbc news, review 2021, we remember. prince philip, una stubbs, charlie watts, sarah harding, captain sir tom moore, christopher plummer and jimmy greaves.
just some of those whose lives are celebrated in this year's programme. # we're all going on a summer holiday...# why doesn't he stop honking his horn? there's plenty of room to park! we're not going on a london bus if that's what you had in mind! well, you're not going to get very i far on your holiday in this thing. i we're not on our way on holiday. we're going to an engagement! i don't wish to impose upon you. my pleasure. in that case, you might as well do the laundry while you're about it, sweep the stairs, and dust the furniture and do the polishing because it makes my pretty back ache. boys! you've got another one! what? goodness, here? i think i might! applause. i say, he forgot to pay. i wasn't a trained dancer.
i didn't go to any. lessons or anything. my dad was a barber, _ but he'd come home and start... and i copied him, but ii could always tap dance. # raindrops keep falling on my head # and just like the guy whose feet are too big for his bed # nothing seems to fit # those raindrops are falling on my head, they keep falling # so ijust did me some talking to the sun and i said # i didn't like the way he got things done, sleeping on the job # those raindrops are falling on my head, they keep falling # because i'm free, nothing's worrying me.# we'd like to play
a bo diddly number. i played the drums for keith and mick. i don't play them for me. i can't play the drums at home. to play the drums, i have to go on the road. to go on the road, i have to leave home, it is like a terribly vicious circle. it has always been my life. # but it's all right, in fact it's a gas # but it's all right # jumping jack flash it's a gas, gas, gas...# there is more money in this than there is in all the other parts parts of our business put together. you might need to think this through.
stop wasting my time. because omar will come back tomorrow and the next day and the next day. and i will put a bullet in all of y'all behind what happened right now, you heard? # i'm through with romance, and through with love # i'm through with counting # the stars above # and here's the reason that i'm so free, my loving # baby is through with me. # whoa, yeah # bye bye love # bye bye happiness # hello loneliness # i think i'm gonna cry # bye bye love # bye bye sweet caress # hello emptiness # ifeel like i could die # bye bye my love, goodbye.#
applause. laughter. marlene, have some sensitivity, don't talk about millions of pounds and big houses in front of del. laughter. # hey, hey, we're the monkees, # you never know where we'll be found # so you better get ready # we may be coming to your town. # # edelweiss, edelweiss # every morning you greet me...# we alljoked about the sound of music, you had to. when you do something very delicate and sentimental and coy, in order to avoid being sentimental and coy, you have to joke about it and see the funny side of it. # ...happy to meet me
# blossom of snow, may you bloom and grow # bloom and grow forever # edelweiss, edelweiss # bless my homeland forever.# # yoffy lifts a finger # and a mouse is there # puts his hands together and a seagull takes the air...# seeds. lots of seeds. well, i want to collect some more seeds today, and finger mouse, i hope, is going to help me. # underthe sea, darling, it's
better, down where it's # wetter, take it from me. # up on the shore they work all day, out in the sun, they slave away...# i don't think a dictionary has got enough words in it to describe me. i think i'm such an amazing, complicated... i'm more like a sensation, an idea. the best way to describe me is with a fragrance. you'd smell it, and you go, "that's sean lock." it'd be like hot tarmac in a vet's flannel. # you can't hurry love # no you just have to wait # you gotta trust, give it time # no matter how long it takes # stop in the name of love...# eventually we got into the lobby, we'd sit in the lobby and every day. we did that until eventually they signed us.
we pestered them to death. # ooh, don't you want me # don't you want me no more # someday we'll be together # i know someday we'll be together...# there can be no doubt that saddam hussein has biological weapons and the capability to rapidly produce more, many more, and he has the ability to dispense these lethal poisons and diseases in ways that can cause massive death and destruction. i wish he would just do what nixon did and that's step down. someone ought to go up there and tell him, it's over. the plane's waiting for you, you're out. there are known knowns, there are things we know that we know. there are known unknowns. that is to say there are things
we now know we don't know. but there are also unknown unknowns. there are things we do not know we don't know. he sings. i, without qualification, apologise for the pain and the hurt and the indignity and the damage that apartheid has done to black, brown and indians in south africa. # from a distance, we all have enough # and no—one is in need # and there are no guns # no bombs and no diseases
# no hungry mouths to feed.# too many good men and women in this party have remained silent. too many have done something which is known as keeping your head down. we even stand a chance together with the liberal party of winning a majority of seats. # it's the hope of every man # from a distance there is harmony # and it echoes through the land # and it's the hope of hopes # it's the love of loves
# and you are the hope of hopes # you are the love of loves # and this is a song of every woman, man and child.# we went to the cinema on the friday night, and just as we're getting off the coach at cinema, alf took me to one side and said that i would play the next day. it was fantastic news. he has done it, yes! so many people come to me and say, "was it over the line?" and the other one is, "why didn't you knock it in?" i thought is was over the line and bouncing
into the roof of the net. i'm still certain it was over the line. i couldn't force myself to join the festivities because i had built, in my own mind, i had built myself up that i was going to be in the side and i was going to be one of the key people. hello there. well, euro '92's all over, jim and i are still here in stockholm. we can't get a flight home. # was that a teardrop in your eye?
# i never thought i'd see you cry # just know whatever hurts, it's all mine - # it's ok to cry...# # music was my first love # and it will be my last # music of the future # and music of the past...# there is a very major part of my art which is about trying to create a world which is influenced for the better through public space, through private space and so on. you can't change that baby. wherever you go, whatever you do, you can't change it. she the way god made her.
and you're going tojust have to love her that way. very nice, jackie. is it? yeah, lovely bit of roast squirrel. roast fox. what's that? so, where did you find your dead fox? the road. what, walking along the road? no, you wally. it was dead, knocked over, poor thing. - at least you gave it a decent burial. next to the frozen peas. gunther, six glasses! six? you want me tojoin you? no, i thoughtjoey was here, five is good. i did it all by myself! and there's nobody to hug. he was obsessed with rachel, loved her, hated ross. the writers could have just had that for two episodes, but they kept it going for ten years. ijust have to tell you, i love you. i love you, too! probably not in the same way. # disco dancing with the lights down low # beats are pumpin�*
on the stereo...# the last member of the band is... ..sarah. cheering. # here i am, walking primrose # wondering when i'm gonna see you again...# actually, i don't suppose by any chance you know a tracy barlow? yeah, i mean, we've all chosen different avenues, and i'm not completely saying i don't want to sing any more, but the acting is something i've always wanted to pursue as well. # bye bye baby, baby goodbye # bye bye baby, don't make me cry # we sang shang—a—lang # and we ran with the gang # doin�* doo—wop—be—dooby—do—ay # we were all in the news # with our blue suede shoes # and our dancin�* the night away # yes, sir, i can boogie,
so, it's ready, it is go, go, go, go! and schumacher leads! brilliant start by the austrian driver in the black sauber. prost leads, hill second, wendlinger is third. ayrton senna is up to fourth position, ahead of schumacher, and challenging wendlinger as they go round the right hand into the hairpin. senna is up to third. damon hill exits the chicane and wins the japanese grand prix, and i've got to stop because i've got a lump in my throat! real spectacular driving, watch this! looks through a completely clean windscreen, and that's the big advantage, of course, of being in front. # chain, keep us together...#
i have no idea... at the moment, it's quite easy. 0k, and now accelerate, accelerate, accelerate...accelerate! it's a corner! it's not really a corner! it's a huge corner! your driving style is really funny. you're not 100% talent—free, but 80%... i tell you something, i do that lap time in a van. i show you what's really fast levels, 0k? # like a bat of hell, i'll be gone when the morning comes...# 1010.8. # like a bat out of hell, i'll be gone, gone, gone # like a bat of hell, i'll be gone when the morning comes # when the day is done and the sun goes down # and the moonlight�*s shining through
# then like a sinner before the gates of gates of heaven # i'll come crawling on back to you.# you try some things and they succeed and sometimes they don't. _ i don't look back on it and say. to myself, the c5 was the wildest idea which failed because people jumped on it. _ i don't think that is true. i think it was not good enough to succeed, simple as that. i three, two, one... lift—off, we have lift—off! we crew felt the weight of the world on our shoulders. we knew that everyone would be looking at us, and we wanted to do the best we possibly could.
the time that i was by myself, i had hot coffee, the command module columbia had every facility i needed and i really enjoyed the time by myself. instead of being terribly lonely, i was not one iota lonely. # there are bugs...# a natural myth about the artist, that you sit in your room, whether you're a composer or painter or writer and wait for the muse to come. and they don't understand that it's exactly as much hard work and maybe harder than making a shoe. 0r anything that you make out of nothing. # i like to be in america # 0k by me in america # everything free in america # for a small fee in america.# # isn't it bliss? # don't you approve?
# one who keeps tearing around, one who can't move # where are the clowns? # send in the clowns...# aaaarghhhh! deformed, unfinished, sent before my time into this breathing world scarce half made—up. i did an audition at rada when i first arrived in this country, and they sent a letter saying, not only have you failed
the audition, not only do we not want you to try again, but we strongly recommend that you think about another career. i think my biggest problem is being young and beautiful. it is my biggest problem, because i have never been young and beautiful. more importantly, i will never be young and beautiful. do not make me mad! # truly scrumptious, you two are truly scrumptious # scrumptious as the breeze across the bay # when you're smiling, it's so delicious # so beguiling, you're the answer to my wishes...#
# i bet you wondered how i knew # about your plans to make me blue # with some other guy you knew before # between the two of us guys, you know i love you more # it took me by surprise, i must say, when i found out yesterday # don't you know that i heard it through the grapevine? # not much long would you be mine # baby, i heard it through through the grapevine # ooh, i'mjust about to lose my mind # honey, honey, yeah # not much longer would you be my baby # yeah, yeah, yeah # said i heard it through the grapevine.#
you're watching bbc news from london. a short while ago, buckingham palace announced the death of his royal highness prince philip, the duke of edinburgh. i've just done what i think is my best. i can't suddenly change my way of doing things. i can't change my interests, i can't change the way i react to things, that's someone's style and that's too bad. he is someone who doesn't take easily to compliments. but he has quite simply been my strength and stay all these years. and i and his whole family,
and this and many other countries, owe him a debt greater than he would ever claim or we shall ever know. # when you walk through a storm, hold your head up high # and don't be afraid of the dark...# after the second and third number ones, we thought, "blimey, we're making some money. and it all became, "ah, that's nice! "we can make money as well as enjoying ourselves!" # walk on, walk on # with hope in your heart
# and you'll never walk alone # you'll never walk alone!# day after day after day, with the money getting bigger and bigger, every day seemed to be a highlight. never in 100 years would you ever have anticipated a total that we got, which is virtually 30 million. i mean, 30 million, that's a lot of money. you are the uk's- official number one. that really is truly amazing, isn't it? # you'll never walk alone.#
hello again. over the next few days the temperature is going to rise to unseasonably mild levels. today, what we've got is rain pushing its way into the north sea leaving a lot of cloud in its wake, thick enough for some patchy light rain or drizzle at times. the clearer skies across the highlands, northern ireland and parts of england and wales means that some of us will see some sunshine. but a windy day, especially with exposure in wales and the english channel. through this evening and overnight, there will be quite a bit of clear sky around, so especially in scotland, parts of northern england, we are looking at a touch of frost before this next system swings in bringing its rain from the south—west. so tomorrow, we start off with all that rain spreading from the south west steadily northwards and eastwards, behind it, there will be some residual cloud, there will still be some dampness in the air, but for some, it should start to brighten up, particularly so for north—east england and also parts of northern ireland. temperatures tomorrow
this is bbc news — the headlines. the hospitality sector welcomes the decision not to impose further covid restrictions in england before the new year describing it as a lifeline, but ministers say further restrictions hinges on the number of hospitalisations. at the moment, we don't think that the evidence supports any more interventions beyond what we've done. but obviously we've got to keep it under very close review, because if it is the case that we start to see a big increase in hospitalisations then we would need to act further — and that's why we have to keep it under close review. the french government call their new covid measures "proportionate", as rules for remote working and public gatherings come into force next week. more young children are being forced work on the streets, as afghanistan's humanitarian crisis deepens, we'll bring