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but we will start off tomorrow with a lot of sunshine around and even the cloud really stretching from lincolnshire down to the isle of wight will gradually start to melt away and more sunshine dominate through the day. into the latter stages of the afternoon. there'll be some wetter weather pushing into northern ireland and south west england. top temperatures ranging from m to once again 27 celsius in the southeast. as we move into tuesday, more wet weather into the far northwest, warm and sultry in the southeast. hello, this is bbc news with frankie mccamley. the headlines: crowds are making their way into the stadium as england's lionesses attempt to make history today, as they take on germany in the final of the european championship in less than half an hour. the office of the prince of wales has insisted that all rules were followed when the prince's charitable fund took a donation of £1 millon from the bin laden family of arabia.
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just days before ballot papers arrive with tory members, rishi sunak and liz truss set out new promises on health and education. the chair of the public inquiry investigating the post office scandal has called for the process of compensation for victims to be sped up. now on bbc news, it's the film review. hello, and a very warm welcome to the film review on bbc news. and taking us through this week's cinema releases is, as ever, mark kermode — hi, mark. so we have an interesting week. we have thirteen lives, which is a real—life rescue drama... ..we have dc league of super—pets — i mean, pretty much does
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what it says on the tin... ..and fire of love, a volcanic love story. quite a mixture. yes, so let's start with thirteen lives. this is a dramatisation by the director ron howard of the thai cave rescue of 2018, about which there was a documentary recently that we discussed... yes, not that long ago. that's right. ajuniorfootball team and their coach, 13 of them trapped in a cave following flooding. the screenplay is by william nicholson, as i said, ron howard, who's a very good director and has, in the past, directed things like apollo 13, which is again, a real—life rescue mission. colin farrell and viggo mortensen — who you wouldn't recognise when they come on screen — as the british cavers who first find the boys and their coach. here's a clip. you are very brave. how do you stay so strong? we are team — we help eachl other, and our coach help us.
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coach. on behalf of our coach, we stay strong. - he teach us to meditate. and we pray. you pray? i bet you do. all right. we dig! this is to get out? good work. so, the terrifying thing is — yeah, i know, caves, water. my stomach is already going.
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oh... i'm claustrophobic at the best of times. then, 0k, they've found them — how do they get them out? because in order to get them out, you have to be a trained diver to go back that route that they came in from — terrifying. joel edgerton is then the anaesthetist to whom they turn for a plan. he initially says, "look, this is insane, you can't do this, it's mad" — basically to find a way of making the boys, almost like packages, at one point, they say, "they're packages, we are the delivery people." they say, "but, look, if we don't do anything, "everyone is going to die." so, this is an incredibly dramatic story, and i have to say, it's very well—rendered by ron howard. it's remarkable that, even though we know the outcome — because of course, an international news story — i still sat there watching it, biting my nails, thinking, "this is just. i mean, if you made this up, nobody would believe you. if you wrote this
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as a hollywood spec script, everyone would go, "no, that absolutely cannot happen, "it cannot have worked." yes, yes. the film is very much about people volunteering to help. there's people on top of the mountain trying to divert the rain, there's one really moving bit in which the farmers are asked, "look, we need to flood your fields to get the rain off." and they go, "will it help the boys? "yeah, fine. in that case, do it." so, it is a story of everyday heroism — but it is also like a really gripping thriller about people trapped in an underground cave. i'm just... i sort of want to see it, and i sort of don't know whether i have the stomach for it. which, as you say, we know what happens — i don't think they'd be able to make the film this close to it a few years on... ..if the outcome hadn't been as remarkable as it was. yeah. i mean, i was reminded that when i saw ron howard's apollo 13, i saw it with somebody who didn't know how apollo 13 ended,
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because they were younger than me. and they were really surprised that it ended the way it did. it's like, "wow, who would've thought?" but i think this is a very well—made drama, the documentary is obviously very powerful. this is in cinemas now, then it will be on prime video on august 5th. ron howard does know how to do this stuff. 0k, yes, and i loved apollo 13. so, we move to...? animated — 0k, dc league of super—pets. animated super—animals, lex luther captures a bunch of superheroes, puts them in cages and then it's left to an assortment of, you know, superman's dog and then a bunch of shelter dogs to save the day. the voice artists are dwaynejohnson, kevin hart, and kate mckinnon as hela's guinea pig, who's gone over to the dark side and dreams of world domination. i kind of sat there, watching this, thinking, "ok, this is a dog's dinner of a movie." this is something in which a bunch of people have sat around and gone, "you know, are there any holes "in the superhero market that we haven't plugged yet? "why don't we try and see whether this works?" all the individual voice artists sound like they're
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on different planets, notjust in different rooms. the plot is weirdly — sometimes it's really stupid, and sometimes it's unnecessarily complicated. it's notjust that i'm not the target audience — look at the lego movie, look at how great that was. look at into the spiderverse, look at how great that was. this just felt utterly soulless and corporate. you know, maybe a young viewer who is particularly excited by a flying dog, but... you see, i watched the trailer, and i laughed several times because it was about dogs talking to each other about their humans. and, as a dog owner and a dog lover, i laughed out loud. but maybe that's the best bit of the film. here's the thing — love dogs, have always had dogs, wouldn't be without dogs. really thought this was below par. laughs. 0k. can't think why i haven't seen it yet. yes. so, a really curious documentary? fire of love, which is a documentary about
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french volcanologists — people who study volcanoes — katia and maurice krafft. now, you've seen this documentary — we are told very early on this is the last image of them. so, we know that the story has got a tragic ending. it's the national geographic label at the front, so you know what you're about to see is some spectacular science footage. the pair of them, very much equals who dedicate their lives to going to exploding volcanoes — erupting volcanoes — and filming and doing research. and, of course, you're going to get extraordinary visuals, but what the film is also trying to tell you is that this is not just about volcanoes, this is a love story. here's a clip. alone, they could only dream of volcanoes. together, they can reach them. they meet on a blind date at a cafe _ from here on out, life will only be volcanoes, volcanoes, volcanoes.
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for katia and maurice, the unknown is not something to be feared. it is something to go toward. so, i mean, spectacular footage, an extraordinary story. yes. extraordinary story — the story holds your attention, for sure. i could've lived without the narration. yes, i found the voiceover, i'm afraid... because to me, although you're right, it's a love story as well as telling factual issues, am i seeing this too journalistically? to me, it is still a documentary and i wanted the script written in a slightly more documentary style, a few harder facts, and a tougher narration, i'm afraid. it felt, to me, weirdly kind of emotionally overwrought. i thought that what it was trying to do was get towards that werner herzog "ecstatic truth" kind of narration that very few people, other than werner herzog,
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can get away with. that said, their story is remarkable. i mean, some of the footage is absolutely extraordinary — of them wearing those silver suits, standing really close... right by it, yes! you spend a lot of the film going, "get back, get back!" molten lava — i mean, just for the footage alone, and the fact that their story — and it is a story of equals. they are both... that thing about, they couldn't do it alone, they had to do it together — i think that is really, really important. ijust wanted the narration to back off and just let me, you know, watch it. but then i suppose, ok, this is the way you would sell it to a mainstream audience, because otherwise, it might seem a little bit niche. but there is remarkable stuff in there — ijust didn't need to be told it... imitates narrator: ..all like that. it was like that, absolutely. fascinating story, but we are on the same page there. but i finally went to see brian and charles!
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now, please tell me that you loved brian and charles. yes, i did, actually. a couple of hesitations maybe about wasn't sure how to end it, but fundamentally, i really liked it. there were lots of us in the cinema, everyone was laughing out loud. and that's interesting, because a lot of it is very funny, but it's also really touching. the opening sequence is literally just about loneliness, and itjust broke me, broke me. it's really poignant. ok, that for me is the genius of it. i mean, yes, it's a story about a guy who builds a robot out of a washing machine and a mannequin�*s head. why? because he's lonely. because he's living on his own in his inventing shed in which he's inventing all these crazy things. yes. and then he almost accidentally builds his best friend — and then doesn't quite know how to deal with the best friend growing up. my favourite stuff was when the robot, charles, becomes an adolescent and says, "i'm going to sit in the front of the car." "no, you're not."
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"yes, i am. front, front, front!" i mean, ithought all that stuff was lovely. it's so low budget, it's made with such a lot of heart. it's really made with love, that's what i felt. it felt to me like a passion project. i don't know, but that's how it comes across in the best possible way. it is a passion project, it started life as a standup act, and then, a short film. i've been banging the drum for it for a few weeks now, i'm so glad you liked it because otherwise we would've had to stop speaking. because it's just so charming! it is, that's a good word. properly charming. it is a very good word, yes. then on the subject of re—issues — paris, texas is back in cinemas. yes. they've been doing this series of reissues of wim wenders movies. this is kind of probably the most celebrated, 1984 cannes prize winner, superb soundtrack. the film... if you were of a certain age in the �*80s, you had to have a poster for paris, texas on your wall. and it was that picture! that picture — you had to have the soundtrack album, you had to have had a discussion about, "how does it fit into wenders' ouvre?" there's a very good
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documentary, if anyone can find it, called wim wenders: motion & emotion, which talks about wenders' entire career and how this film sits in it. had have you seen paris, texas in a cinema? well, maybe when i was at university, but so, so long ago. you weren't allowed to graduate if you hadn't seen it. it was literally a course requirement, it didn't matter if you were doing mechanical engineering, you had to see paris, texas. i need to see it again. well, it's back in cinemas and it's worth seeing. it's just nice to have seen that wenders' movies are back on the big screen again for people to enjoy. all right, fantastic. thank you very much. interesting week. i'm so glad you loved brian and charles, i'm so relieved. so did lots of people in the cinema. and enjoy your cinema—going. see you next time. bye—bye.
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hello and welcome. this is the bbc news channel, i am martine croxall and we are at wembley for the afternoon and early evening, where. .. england are preparing to face germany at wembley in the euro 2022 final — kick—off is in the next few minutes. it's the lionnesses' first major final since 2009. england have only won two of the teams' 27 previous meetings, but they triumphed 3—1 in february. with me is our football reporter, alex howell. it has suddenly gone very quiet along the wembley way because most of those 87,000 fans are inside the stadium. they are in for a treat, whatever happens.— stadium. they are in for a treat, whatever happens. they definitely are like you _ whatever happens. they definitely are like you say. _ whatever happens. they definitely are like you say, it _ whatever happens. they definitely are like you say, it has _ whatever happens. they definitelyj are like you say, it has completely changed, it feels like we were
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somewhere else. the fans have been streaming on since about 9am this morning, i arrived and they were england tops on wembley way and they are definitely in for a treat. this england team couldn't be any more ready under one, they are unbeaten, they don't know what defeat is like under her management, 11 wins in a row, they won the arnold clark cup in february and beat germany along the way to that, so things are going really well and at the beginning of the tournament if you had offered them the chance to play germany at wembley and not have lost and to have only conceded one goal they would definitely have conceded it. todayis would definitely have conceded it. today is not the day to start finding out what defeat is like. we really don't want that for them. when you look at the age range of the team, 35—21, their personal experiences of coming through the ranks, playing at grassroots level to get into the england side probably really varied. really different. _ probably really varied. really different, if— probably really varied. really different, if you _ probably really varied. really different, if you look - probably really varied. really different, if you look at - probably really varied. really different, if you look at jill i different, if you look atjill scott, who spoke to the media this week and she was saying how much of
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a legacy match this is, this is bigger than the actual occasion and she was saying this game is for all the players before who have paved the players before who have paved the way for these women to be able to do this today. a record attendance for any european championship. if we think about women's football was banned years ago and when england won the world cup at wembley in 1966 football for women was still illegal, they could not play and then if you think this here at wembley could be the first major trophy since then, you couldn't really write it. that major trophy since then, you couldn't really write it. that is so bizarre to think— couldn't really write it. that is so bizarre to think that _ couldn't really write it. that is so bizarre to think that in _ couldn't really write it. that is so bizarre to think that in my - couldn't really write it. that is so l bizarre to think that in my lifetime that ban was lifted and now, as we have seen, so many families, children, little girls going in to see these women play. it who will be bare heroines, those women, and they will never forget that moment. yes. will never forget that moment. yes, i saw will never forget that moment. yes, i saw some — will never forget that moment. yes, i saw some quotes _ will never forget that moment. yes, i saw some quotes from _ will never forget that moment. yes, i saw some quotes from lee - i saw some quotes from lee williamson, saying they have kind of one already because they are setting this legacy and everyone is talking about the women's euros, i read a piece on the bbc news website speaking to fans who were not
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interested in the women's game before, but this team and these players have changed their mind as they now support a women's team, they now support a women's team, they are coming to these games and play are really behind them, so it just shows that having that awareness and being in peoples minds, it really does bring in new fans. �* , ., minds, it really does bring in new fans. �* ,, .,, minds, it really does bring in new fans. �* i. .,, ., . fans. and you hope as well, that it is not “ust fans. and you hope as well, that it is not just the _ fans. and you hope as well, that it is notjust the national— fans. and you hope as well, that it is notjust the national team - fans. and you hope as well, that it is notjust the national team that l is notjust the national team that is notjust the national team that is going to keep hold of those fans, but perhaps people who want to see football played by women more often will find a local club.— will find a local club. exactly, i thinkthat— will find a local club. exactly, i think that was _ will find a local club. exactly, i think that was the _ will find a local club. exactly, i think that was the nice - will find a local club. exactly, i think that was the nice thing . will find a local club. exactly, i- think that was the nice thing about this tournament. the lioness is played around the country, didn't theyback from manchester to brighton to southampton, it gave fans around the country a chance to go and see what it was about and get involved and referring back to the atmosphere, and how it has changed now, today has been carnival—like, like you said before with all the children and families going in and if you are a child coming to watch the national team in the nationals stadium and it is a sell—out, you
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don't know anything different, so their aims don't know anything different, so theiraims and don't know anything different, so their aims and goals will be very, very different to those older players who have had a different journey. players who have had a different “ourne . , . , players who have had a different “ourne. , . , , journey. yes, many people hoping this is the new _ journey. yes, many people hoping this is the new normal. _ journey. yes, many people hoping this is the new normal. stay - journey. yes, many people hoping this is the new normal. stay with i this is the new normal. stay with us, but let's catch up with matt craven, a correspondent who has been up craven, a correspondent who has been up and down wembley way all afternoon chatting to the fans. i have, and you join me here on wembley— have, and you join me here on wembley way. if you are watching earlier, _ wembley way. if you are watching earlier, you might think where have all the _ earlier, you might think where have all the people gone? obviously they are inside, _ all the people gone? obviously they are inside, they are in wembley, sold out, — are inside, they are in wembley, sold out, 87,200 people, just listening — sold out, 87,200 people, just listening to what you guys were talking — listening to what you guys were talking about about the inspiration and legacy for young people and a bit earlier— and legacy for young people and a bit earlier i spoke to a girl from whitby— bit earlier i spoke to a girl from whitby called stellar, she was 11 years— whitby called stellar, she was 11 years old. — whitby called stellar, she was 11 years old, she said she loved the tournament, can't wait to get into the stadium to cheer on the lionesses. i asked the stadium to cheer on the lionesses. iasked her the stadium to cheer on the lionesses. i asked her mum the stadium to cheer on the lionesses. iasked her mum if the stadium to cheer on the lionesses. i asked her mum if she played _ lionesses. i asked her mum if she played football and she said she does _ played football and she said she does for— played football and she said she does for a boys team and i ask is that because there is no girls team up that because there is no girls team up with— that because there is no girls team up with you — that because there is no girls team up with you in whitby? she said there _ up with you in whitby? she said there isn't— up with you in whitby? she said there isn't any girls team, but she hopes. _ there isn't any girls team, but she hopes, regardless of the result here
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today, _ hopes, regardless of the result here today, but _ hopes, regardless of the result here today, but there will be, so that's really _ today, but there will be, so that's really what — today, but there will be, so that's really what we have been talking about, _ really what we have been talking about, and we have been talking about— about, and we have been talking about the — about, and we have been talking about the here will stop there is no alcohol— about the here will stop there is no alcohol because of the trouble that happened last summer, but it really didn't— happened last summer, but it really didn't think— happened last summer, but it really didn't think that was going to be a problem _ didn't think that was going to be a problem because if you look at the people _ problem because if you look at the people who were here it wasn't big groups— people who were here it wasn't big groups of— people who were here it wasn't big groups of guys, it was families, young _ groups of guys, it was families, young children, the people we are trying _ young children, the people we are trying to— young children, the people we are trying to inspire. if they do a swivel— trying to inspire. if they do a swivel around here, we can tell you that somebody has made a loss of money, _ that somebody has made a loss of money, not — that somebody has made a loss of money, notjust this that somebody has made a loss of money, not just this tent, merchandise stalls, all the and scarves — merchandise stalls, all the and scarves and t—shirts and the flags people _ scarves and t—shirts and the flags people will— scarves and t—shirts and the flags people will be waiting above their heads _ people will be waiting above their heads as— people will be waiting above their heads as the lionesses prepared to take to _ heads as the lionesses prepared to take to the — heads as the lionesses prepared to take to the field at wembley. it is going _ take to the field at wembley. it is going to _ take to the field at wembley. it is going to be a really tough game, germany— going to be a really tough game, germany won this tournament eight out of— germany won this tournament eight out of the _ germany won this tournament eight out of the last ten times, but both teams _ out of the last ten times, but both teams go — out of the last ten times, but both teams go into this match having only conceded _ teams go into this match having only conceded once each, so who knows, in 90 minutes— conceded once each, so who knows, in 90 minutes it — conceded once each, so who knows, in 90 minutes it could all be over, but we really _ 90 minutes it could all be over, but we really don't want to go to penalties against germany, i don't penalties against germany, idon't think— penalties against germany, idon't think my— penalties against germany, i don't think my heart could take that,
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especially after last summer, but as we have _ especially after last summer, but as we have been saying, would have the result— we have been saying, would have the result here _ we have been saying, would have the result here today, like the people i have spoken to today here on wembley way, it _ have spoken to today here on wembley way, it is _ have spoken to today here on wembley way, it is all— have spoken to today here on wembley way, it is all about the legacy and what _ way, it is all about the legacy and what a _ way, it is all about the legacy and what a tournament expect a lot of people _ what a tournament expect a lot of people very optimistic with the predictions they were giving you, matt _ matt. laughter you know what? they have to be optimistic, don't they? that is how we are as football fans, we come here and our team is going to win, of course they are, but you know what? why not be optimistic? england have scored 20 goals in this tournament, tore apart norway, including that delicious alishea backheel and then they came in behind from behind against spain, so really if we are looking at formby lionesses can go into this game with a lot of confidence and they also have a manager in sarina wiegman who won this tournament in 2017 with the dutch, so even though the lionesses themselves haven't won it on the pitch, at the helm they have a lady who has and that has got bode well
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for this match. the ingredients are all there, and wejust for this match. the ingredients are all there, and we just need to get the recipe right. matt grayling on wembley way, thank you very much. as we have said, it has gone really quite quiet here. it is not the same at the fan zone in croydon... our correspondent, jon donnison, is at a fan zone in croydon. everyone in fine voice? less than ten minutes to go until kick off now and the party really getting started here, i do hope you can hear me. mr; here, i do hope you can hear me. my producer has told me it is 100 decibels — producer has told me it is 100 decibels in here, so lord only knows what _ decibels in here, so lord only knows what is _ decibels in here, so lord only knows what is going to be like if we get a few goals — what is going to be like if we get a few goals during the match. they have _ few goals during the match. they have packed in some 800 people here at the _ have packed in some 800 people here at the croydon sandstone and throughout all the games in the euro championships they have shown them here, _ championships they have shown them here, but— championships they have shown them here, but this is the only one they have _ here, but this is the only one they have had — here, but this is the only one they have had to — here, but this is the only one they have had to charge people to get in because _ have had to charge people to get in because it — have had to charge people to get in because it was so in demand. loads of these _ because it was so in demand. loads of these people, well over half of them, _ of these people, well over half of
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them, are — of these people, well over half of them, are women, and eight out of 23 players _ them, are women, and eight out of 23 players in_ them, are women, and eight out of 23 players in the — them, are women, and eight out of 23 players in the england squad played for london clubs, so they would e>
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jill scott has been playing a lot of academies have been set up and our boys have obviously enjoyed academies for longer than girls, but now that is even starting to grow. used to play in an academy when you were a boy, how much does that help you? were a boy, how much does that help ou? ~ , ., were a boy, how much does that help ou? . y., were a boy, how much does that help ou? ~ i. . were a boy, how much does that help ou? ~ . g you? well, if you look at jill scott, for — you? well, if you look at jill scott, for example, - you? well, if you look at jill scott, for example, and - you? well, if you look at jill scott, for example, and the lionesses players from back in 2009 when they lost the euro is final actually to germany, a lot of the players have contracts and that paved the way for the development of the game you are seeing now and theirjourney, having that funding, that access to training facilities, not only the support from the clubs, but also the governing body in the fa and professionalising the wsl, having access to games makes all the difference. being able to play at having the facilities there at an elite level allows you to develop them. ~ , . them. well, we understand the -la ers them. well, we understand the players are _ them. well, we understand the players are in — them. well, we understand the players are in the _ them. well, we understand the players are in the tunnel. - them. well, we understand the players are in the tunnel. the l players are in the tunnel. the nerves they will be feeling will be remarkable. let's hand over to our
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colleagues at the bbc one's commentary team with gabby logan. kind of puts it in your hands now even more to go and finish that off. , , . now even more to go and finish that off. , ' . ., now even more to go and finish that off. , , . ., , off. yes, the difference now is will the be off. yes, the difference now is will they be prepared _ off. yes, the difference now is will they be prepared for _ off. yes, the difference now is will they be prepared for an _ off. yes, the difference now is will they be prepared for an aerial... l off. yes, the difference now is willj they be prepared for an aerial... it will be _ they be prepared for an aerial... it will be a _ they be prepared for an aerial... it will be a running battle with her, she will— will be a running battle with her, she will be — will be a running battle with her, she will be so fast running. that is wh i sa she will be so fast running. that is why i say a — she will be so fast running. that is why i say a different _ she will be so fast running. that is why i say a different battle - she will be so fast running. that is| why i say a different battle because she is so crafty, so now you will have to concentrate on where she is in those spaces.— in those spaces. exactly. the team is walkin: in those spaces. exactly. the team is walking out _ in those spaces. exactly. the team is walking out and _ in those spaces. exactly. the team is walking out and listen _ in those spaces. exactly. the team is walking out and listen to - in those spaces. exactly. the team is walking out and listen to the - is walking out and listen to the raw, _ is walking out and listen to the raw, it — is walking out and listen to the raw, it is — is walking out and listen to the raw, it is history is walking out and listen to the raw, it is histo_ is walking out and listen to the raw, it is history about to be made, new williamson _ raw, it is history about to be made, new williamson and _ raw, it is history about to be made, new williamson and the _ raw, it is history about to be made, new williamson and the women - raw, it is history about to be made, new williamson and the women to l new williamson and the women to carve a place for themselves in immortality. cheering and applause let's hand you over to your commentary team this afternoon, rachel and robin.— commentary team this afternoon, rachel and robin. good afternoon, gabb , rachel and robin. good afternoon, gabby, good _ rachel and robin. good afternoon, gabby, good afternoon _ rachel and robin. good afternoon, gabby, good afternoon everyone. i gabby, good afternoon everyone. everyone sitting comfortably? the
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finale of a record—breaking tournament ends here. england versus germany at wembley stadium. it is almost as if they had to this date with each other from the beginning. the final of the euro 2022 will commence after the national anthems. german national anthem plays
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cheering and applause music: god save the queen
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cheering and applause they have smashed attendance records for the european championships. we will break another today. the biggest crowd in a euros final, male orfemale, since 1964. and boy, can you feel it? for the first time in euros history it is the same starting line—up in every single game. conceded just one goal during herfirst every single game. conceded just one goal during her first ever tournament as number—one, behind the captain lee williamson, and six goals for the tournament, she has also contributed five aside. four goals in the last three games
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against the germans. germany, in their away strip today, dark green. the refereeing team todayis dark green. the refereeing team today is led by kateryna monzul. a remarkable story. she continued her refereeing career in the italian league. a lot of experience. as well as the european championships, she has refereed after three world cups, including the final between the usa and japan. germany have made and enforced change late on, top scorer alexandra popp was injured in the warm up. lea schuller, who scored in the opening game against denmark, but has not appeared since, returns
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to her place. klara buhl scored an own goal, and that is still the only goal they have conceded in the tournament. england, contesting their first euros england, contesting theirfirst euros final since 2009. germany, the ninth. they have never lost at this stage of the championships. the germans have history on their side. but england have created plenty of their own over the last month. once again, the ball is delivered in the appropriate fashion for a big game.
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the atmosphere, palpable, here at the national stadium. visceral, physical. a fly pass led by an all—female crew to get things under way here at wembley stadium. 13 years after the last final in which the woman to my right dissipated. angling contestant another trophy against the same opponents and 2009. things have changed a little bit.— changed a little bit. indeed they have. the professional- changed a little bit. indeed they have. the professional league, l changed a little bit. indeed they i have. the professional league, the professionalism is why the product is here onjoe today. two of the worlds best teams today here in this european championship.

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