8 hours ago #entertainment 1 min, 3 secs Summarize

Body language expert Judi James noted she looked 'tentative'.

Pictured, James 'grimacing'.

The actress displayed 'self-comfort hair touches' (seen left), according to Judi, as she 'picked through her first interview'.

8 hours ago #entertainment 2 mins, 14 secs Summarize

While Ant and Dec are often seen in the first trailer of the upcoming series stalking through the outback in jungle garb, there was none of that this year, as the show will take place in Wales on account of COVID-19.

The duo, however, didn't grasp this in the hilarious first trailer.

As a black cab pulls up in the middle of nowhere in the Welsh countryside, Ant & Dec step out of it.

7 hours ago #entertainment 2 mins, 25 secs Summarize

You’ll find the band’s classic lineup – Phil Lynott, Brian Downey, Scott Gorham and Brian Robertson – in full flight, and even the degradation of old dubbed recordings can’t diminish their power.

Gorham and Robertson flank Lynott, the trio in motion, the two guitarists criss-crossing and taking to the monitors, Lynott in the centre, bass held high, a beautiful, heavy-lidded man half seducing his audience and half assaulting it.

For a couple of years, by this point, Lizzy had been one of the most exciting rock bands around.

7 hours ago #entertainment 18 secs Summarize

Related: EastEnders' Ross Kemp reveals the secret behind landing Grant Mitchell role.

Meanwhile, it was confirmed back in August that the legendary actress had been moved to a care home.

Her husband Scott said at the time: "I have been used to hustle and bustle in this little space, then suddenly, silence.

5 hours ago #entertainment 17 secs Summarize

The Uncharted movie is actually happening.

The Uncharted movie is actually happening.

The Uncharted movie is actually happening.

8 hours ago #health 1 min, 24 secs Summarize

A medical director at St Helens and Knowsley Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust said the need to continue operations at the same time as treating coronavirus patients has "significantly complicated" the second wave

Rowan Pritchard Jones told the PA news agency he was "desperate" to keep operating theatres up and running despite rising numbers of coronavirus patients

He said: "The entire situation is significantly complicated by the fact that first time round, as the Government directed us all to, we stopped everything else

8 hours ago #health 50 secs Summarize

NHS Tayside said it was investigating a "small number" of cases in Wards 2, 3, and 19.

The three wards deal with gastroenterology, respiratory issues, and orthopaedics respectively.

The health board said that "all appropriate infection prevention and control measures" had been implemented.

8 hours ago #health 3 mins, 39 secs Summarize

The NHS Nightingale Hospital in Manchester will reopen in the next week as the city heads into a Tier Three lockdown and hospitals in neighbouring Liverpool are already treating more Covid-19 patients than in April.

A local NHS boss today announced the temporary hospital, set up in the Manchester Central Conference Centre, will be brought back into use before the end of next week.

It will become the first one in England to reopen.

8 hours ago #health 2 mins, 15 secs Summarize

The ONS recently released data on deaths due to Covid and those in which Covid is mentioned on the death certificate as a contributing factor but not the chief cause of death.

Between 1 January and 31 August, Covid was mentioned on the death certificate of 49,686 people in England, 45,797 of which had Covid as the underlying cause of death.

In terms of “inflation of deaths”, the total number of deaths recorded by the PHE approach is lower than the number recorded by looking for Covid on the death certificate, while the data above suggests the vast majority of the latter are deaths caused by Covid.

7 hours ago #health 2 mins, 21 secs Summarize

Ms Sturgeon wants to understand what the measures mean in terms of additional funding for the Scottish government, and says they "don't have that clarity yet".

She says discussions are planned this afternoon between the Treasury and Scottish government officials.

"I still think there is an argument.

7 hours ago #health 1 min, 31 secs Summarize

First Minister says “if we need support from other parts of the United Kingdom" including the military they will support Health Minister.

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Arlene Foster has voiced her opposition prolonged lockdowns to tackle Covid-19 describing them as a “failure” that “will ultimately ensure total despair engulfs all of our people”.

5 hours ago #health 17 secs Summarize

It comes into effect across Wales tomorrow at 6pm, but there are exceptions to the stay at home rule.

Wales will enter a two week "firebreak lockdown" from 6pm tomorrow (Friday, October 22) to halt the spread of the coronavirus.

However, there exceptions to the stay at home rule.

4 hours ago #health 34 secs Summarize

Judith Park, director of acute services for NHS Lanarkshire, said: “We are currently treating more than 200 patients with confirmed Covid-19 in our hospitals, which is more patients than at the height of the first wave of the pandemic.

“I would like to remind the public that Covid-19 is causing severe pressure on our NHS resources in Lanarkshire.

“In fact, Lanarkshire currently has one of the highest rates of Covid-19 transmission in Scotland.

1 day ago #science 57 secs Summarize

The 15th flight of an Electron rocket from Rocket Lab’s private launch facility on the Māhia Peninsula in New Zealand was targeted for a launch window that opened on 21 October at 21:14 UTC (17:14 EDT), or 22 October at 10:14 local time in New Zealand — however, sensor readings caused Rocket Lab to stop the count to investigate

A new launch date has not been set at this time

16 hours ago #science 1 min, 36 secs Summarize

The trio's landing came just 10 days before the 20th anniversary of the launch of the first crew to take up residency aboard the International Space Station (ISS), an expedition that was also comprised by one American and two Russians.

In Images: International Space Station at 20: A photo tour.

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8 hours ago #science 1 min, 42 secs Summarize

The diabolical ironclad beetle can take on an applied force of about 150 Newtons - a load of at least 39,000 times its body weight.

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8 hours ago #technology 34 secs Summarize

The tweet reads that Kojima Productions "confirms a new project is in development and is looking to hire the best-in-class talent to work out of our Tokyo studio, directing prospective employees to the company's career page.

On that page, there's more than 25 job listings, looking for everything from writers to project managers.

#KojimaProductions confirms a new project is in development and is looking to hire the best-in-class talent to work out of our Tokyo studio.

8 hours ago #technology 57 secs Summarize

'I caught Covid at my uncle's funeral' Video'I caught Covid at my uncle's funeral'

Macron leads vigil for beheaded history teacher

VideoMacron leads vigil for beheaded history teacher

#Entertainment

Loose Women viewers praise show for 'diversity' after four black presenters join panel
7 hours ago
Loose Women viewers praise show for 'diversity' after four black presenters join panel
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Loose Women viewers were left 'gasping with excitement' after 'history was made' with four black presenters joining the panel for debates for the first time ever today?

The morning programme bought together presenter Charlene White, 40, with comedian Judi Love, 40, actress Kelle Bryan, 41, and singer Brenda Edwards, 51, for the panel. .

The line-up was teased ahead of the show as Charlene White spoke with This Morning presenters Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford about the upcoming debates on the programme.

Josie Gibson gets emotional as she talks about deaf brother's 'living hell' during Covid-19 crisis
8 hours ago
Josie Gibson gets emotional as she talks about deaf brother's 'living hell' during Covid-19 crisis
2 mins, 37 secs

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'Living hell': The presenter, 35, said that the deaf community has been 'forgotten' about during the global pandemic as people are unable to lip read with the use of face masks (Josie's brother Harry and his wife pictured) .

Talking about a recent 'draining' experience she and her brother Harry encountered, Josie said: 'We went to a restaurant the other day and we kept our distance from the guy that was sitting us down.

'I was just about to explain that we haven't got masks on because you're going to tell me what's going on and I'm going to tell my brother what's going on, because he lip reads from me. .

James Randi dead: Magician who exposed fake paranormal seers and healers dies at 92
11 hours ago
James Randi dead: Magician who exposed fake paranormal seers and healers dies at 92
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Award-winning magician James Randi, who made it his mission to expose those who falsely claimed to have paranormal powers, has died at the age of 92.

Magician James Randi has died.

The award-winning magic man, who exposed those who falsely claimed to have paranormal powers, was 92.

#Technology

Google Play Music is now officially dead, dead, dead
12 hours ago
Google Play Music is now officially dead, dead, dead
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Open the Android app now and you'll be greeted by a white splash screen with a Play Music logo that morphs into a YouTube Music one.

Bold text tells you GPM is no longer available and explains that you can transfer your whole library to YTM.

Two buttons are provided below that, one to kickstart the transfer process and another to manage your data.

Infected blood inquiry: Key witness disagrees with compensation 'as it suggests liability'
21 hours ago
Infected blood inquiry: Key witness disagrees with compensation 'as it suggests liability'
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Professor Christine Lee told the hearing that she believed, at the time, those giving treatment were "doing their best".

By Ashish Joshi, health correspondent, and Rachel Lucas, specialist producer.

Wednesday 21 October 2020 23:29, UK.

That Mansions of Madness video game adaptation is now an Arkham Horror game
1 day ago
That Mansions of Madness video game adaptation is now an Arkham Horror game
1 min, 42 secs

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Asmodee Digital's video game adaptation of the hugely popular Lovecraft-inspired Mansion of Madness board game series has had something of a rejig, and will now launch on Xbox One, PS4, Switch, and PC under the banner of a different hugely popular Lovecraft-inspired board game series; say hello to Arkham Horror: Mother's Embrace.

Mansions of Madness: Mother's Embrace was originally announced back in 2018, with an anticipated release date of Q1 2019.

Evidently, that did not come to pass, but it'll now arrive - with its new name and with a new developer, Artefacts Studio, at the helm - next year.

#Science

'Cop cut out of car crash' as man arrested for attempted murder
1 day ago
'Cop cut out of car crash' as man arrested for attempted murder
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A police officer has suffered potentially life-changing injuries and three others were rushed to hospital after they were involved in a crash with another vehicle.

A man, in his 20s, who was driving the other car, has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder.

The squad car collided with the other vehicle shortly before 1.30pm on Tuesday, in Southwark, south east London.

Nature journals announce first open-access agreement
2 days ago
Nature journals announce first open-access agreement
2 mins, 9 secs

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(German institutions paid around €2,750 per article for an OA publish-and-read deal with Springer Nature’s other journals, announced in January, for instance.) Only 8% of submissions to Nature and Nature-branded journals are published, and 60% of editors’ time is spent on assessing manuscripts they don’t publish, Springer Nature said; it added that investment in journalism and other content beyond primary research contributed to the cost.

The publisher also said that the agreement was “unlikely to be suitable for all funders and consortia”, and that it was “developing further OA options” for authors around the world for papers submitted from January 2021; information on that would be announced later in the year, it said.

In June, Springer Nature signed a large OA deal with the University of California (UC) system, which didn’t cover its Nature family of journals.

Artemis Accords: why many countries are refusing to sign Moon exploration agreement
3 days ago
Artemis Accords: why many countries are refusing to sign Moon exploration agreement
1 min, 26 secs

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The Outer Space Treaty 1967 laid down the foundational principles for human space exploration – it should be peaceful and benefit all mankind, not just one country.

But the treaty has little in the way of detail.

The Moon Agreement of 1979 attempted to prevent commercial exploitation of outer-space resources, but only a small number of states have ratified it – the US, China and Russia haven’t.

#Health

Mother who had chest pains but was too scared to go to hospital due to Covid dies of heart attack
7 hours ago
Mother who had chest pains but was too scared to go to hospital due to Covid dies of heart attack
2 mins, 52 secs

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Daniel Beal, 47, (left) with his partner Joanne Mills, 44, (right) who died of a heart attack after refusing to go to hospital for chest pains as she was afraid of catching covid.

Mr Beal with the couple's two children, Jordan, now 19 and Jennifer, now 17, when they were younger.

Joanne is another tragic casualty of the pandemic and a further reminder of the toll this virus is taking on the nation.

Ethnic minority Covid risk 'not explained by racism'
9 hours ago
Ethnic minority Covid risk 'not explained by racism'
2 mins, 18 secs

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The report is a stocktake of the actions taken and evidence gathered since previous analyses by Public Health England, which set out the greater risks faced by black, Asian and other ethnic minority groups.

One report by Public Health England, published in June, said: "Historic racism and poorer experiences of healthcare or at work may mean that individuals in BAME groups are less likely to seek care when needed or as NHS staff are less likely to speak up when they have concerns about personal protective equipment or risk.".

The doctors' union, the British Medical Association, responded to the new government report, calling for "tangible action right now to protect BAME [black and minority ethnic] people".

Scientists use light-sensing protein to restore vision
10 hours ago
Scientists use light-sensing protein to restore vision
2 mins, 6 secs

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MCO1 opsin restores vision when attached to retina bipolar cells by allowing bipolar cells to take on some of the work of damaged photoreceptors

'Bipolar cells are downstream from the photoreceptors, so when the MCO1 opsin gene is added to bipolar cells in a retina with non-functioning photoreceptors, light sensitivity is restored,' said Samarendra Mohanty at Nanoscope. 

Detail shows structure of retina, including location of a bipolar cell expressing Nanoscope's MCO1 opsin

#Politics

Why Nigerian protesters want Beyoncé to be more like Rihanna
5 hours ago
Why Nigerian protesters want Beyoncé to be more like Rihanna
1 min, 45 secs

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Rihanna, Kanye West and Nicki Minaj are among the many celebrities who have come out to support protests against police brutality in Nigeria.

But protesters hit out when Beyoncé spoke up.

Why?

Brexit fury: EU warned to fix trade talks and drop spiteful attitude as 'Europe needs UK!'
6 hours ago
Brexit fury: EU warned to fix trade talks and drop spiteful attitude as 'Europe needs UK!'
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While speaking to Jonathan Saxty while on Brexit Watch, Mr Anderson argued the UK should strive to get a better agreement with the EU than no deal.

He added a no deal did have some potential long-standing issues the UK should attempt to avoid.

Mr Saxty said: "As things stand, the UK will leave on so-called Australian terms with the EU.

'It's a poverty divide'... thousands of Greater Manchester businesses will shut tonight and people are scared
12 hours ago
'It's a poverty divide'... thousands of Greater Manchester businesses will shut tonight and people are scared
1 min, 2 secs

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What do you think about Greater Manchester moving into Tier 3 lockdown.

Have your say in our comments by clicking here.

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