Wednesday, 25 February 2015

Tuesday February 24, 2015

BBC1 6.00am 9.15am
Louise Minchin and Bill Turnbull
Breaking News,  key info, and guests.
Our Carol, brings weather news: Changeable. Fewer showers.  Milder later.
 Cold front comes back from Thursday.
"Bubonic plague caused by bacteria carried by fleas that lived on black rats. "
"For centuries rats have been blamed for spreading the Black Death, helping to consign millions of people to an agonising death.
"But, according to one archaeologist, the rodents are innocent. Instead, the blame for passing on the disease that wiped out a third of the population of Europe could lie with the victims themselves.
The Black Death is widely thought to have been an outbreak of bubonic plague caused by bacteria carried by fleas that lived on black rats. The rodents spread the plague from China to Europe and it hit Britain in 1348."

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 70 Anniversary " Living through World War 2. "
Bill asks: "What was the  daily struggle like, attempting to live through every day in war time? A daily struggle in a wartime environment that effected everyone. Fear, things were done very differently.  People learned to live through their fear, to endure the position they found themselves in and to get on as best they could. No matter what.

Stephanie McGovern out and about:
 Visits the UK North Sea Grangemouth off shore oil and gas refinery
an industry needing government attention.
Thousands of people will loose their jobs.
 UK Option an Industry found to be in the worst shape in 4 decades.
Amazing, Steph shows us the every day things that are made at Grangemouth.

The Rt Hon Edward Davey MP

CHILDREN ALLERGIC TO PEANUTS:;_ylt=AwrB89T6M.xUHFAA2e633IlQ?qid=20071111013221AA8nrkB 

"How tough it is to reach the top. "

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