hello, this is breakfast with chris mason and nina warhurst. to reach, again, north—western good morning. here's a summary of today's main areas during the course of tuesday. stories from bbc news. there's a bit more cloud overall across the uk the government says it will soon be on stepping up measures to protect people from coronaviru5, including shielding elderly and vulnerable people. ministers have so far stopped short of introducing some of the strict controls that have been tuesday. imposed in mainland europe. it comes as the number of people known to have died from the virus in the uk has reached 21. i think the sunniest spots easyjet has joined jet2 in cancelling flights to spain. will be on the south the airline announced it would be and in the east, but look 5u5pending all flights from tuesday. at these temperatures. these are south—westerly winds, it comes as the world's biggest 15—16 degrees tuesday carrier, american airlines, for some of us. has announced its 5u5pending nearly monday and tuesday will feel like spring. all of its long—haul and then, towards the end flights of the week and into next week, it's not necessarily from going to turn that warm, but the winds will die down, the sun will come out, monday. and we will have a high pressure, with crisp weather on the way. the white house say5 president trump has tested negative for coronavirus. mr trump underwent the check after being exposed to an infected person a few days ago. the news came hours after the us extended its travel ban to include britain and ireland which will come into force early on tuesday morning. supermarkets are urging customers not to panic buy
during the outbreak. retailers and online 5eller5 have faced huge demand, with pictures emerging of empty shelves in some store5. members of the british retail consortium have written a letter urging us to be considerate when we're shopping to ensure there are good morning. welcome to breakfast enough with chris mason and nina warhurst. our headlines today: supplies calls for more life—saving equipment as the government steps up for the fight against coronavirus. everyone. the foreign office advises against non—essential travel to spain. some airlines have cancelled flights to the country, which is now the second worst the vatican has announced its affected area in europe. ea5ter with professional sporting fixtures week celebrations will take decimated by the virus, we'll be place this year without a congregation, because of the coronavirus. live atjunior service5 affected include palm sunday, good football team friday and easter saturday and preparing sunday. la5t friday and easter saturday and sunday. last weekend pope francis to delivered his traditional weekly message by live5treaming, before play briefly appearing at a on. window. u5ually at this time we'd be heavy catching up with the latest results team preparing to play on. rain for some will ease to heavy rain for some will ease away to an afternoon of sunny spells and after a bumper saturday of top—level sport. not so blustery showers. i'll have all the details coming up this weekend. shortly. it's sunday the 15th of march. we would have the whole round—up of our top story: the government says what had happened the day before and
it will soon be stepping up measures the premier legal the six nations. to protect people from coronavirus, including shielding elderly and in fact we would be saying and vulnerable goodbye if you are watching on bbc people. one, because of much of the day. so far, ministers have stopped short but none of that. so many professional of introducing some of the strict controls that have been matches and events have been imposed in mainland europe. abandoned. we are going to use this it comes as the number of people opportunity to find out what is known to have died from the virus happening at the grassroots level. in the uk has reached 21. richard is an unsworthjunior sophie hutchinson football club in manchester. good morning to you. it looks has the latest like bu5ine55 good morning to you. it looks like business as usual. is developments. it?|j good morning to you. it looks like business as usual. is it? i guess it as the number of cases and i5 and it isn't. i mean, deaths you can't from the coronavirus rise sharply, 5ay i5 and it isn't. i mean, you can't say bu5ine55 i5 and it isn't. i mean, you can't say business as usual. but by and pressure is building on the large, yes. the5e government to do more to tackle the say business as usual. but by and large, yes. these are youngsters from the football club, ju5t outbreak. the virus attacks the tissue large, yes. these are youngsters from the football club, just in a training match at the moment, some and airways deep inside the lungs, and of the boys. they played a match ministers are highlighting plans for yesterday. the girls are going to be more life—saving ventilators to be playing this afternoon. so yes, at manufactured as quickly as possible. this football club, life is going on it has also said the nhs a5 this football club, life is going on as it would do normally. i'm just will buy up going to chat to the co—chair of beds in private hospitals to boost capacity. but there has been strong the club, chris lyons, who is here criticism of the government's keeping an eye on the youngsters. thanks forjoining u5, strategy. hundreds of scientists keeping an eye on the youngsters. thanks forjoining us, much have written, urging ministers to appreciated. it is a introduce tougher measures to stop difficult decision, this, isn't it? just the virus spreading, and warning of explain it and tell us how difficult
the virus spreading, and warning of the risks of a lack of action. and it was to decide to carry on other experts agree. it is playing. we have been thought the government may now ban mass seeking guidance or weak from the lancashire gatherings next week, and its fa, weather to play, weather not scientific advisors have said measures to protect the sick and to play. fa, weather to play, weather not to play, we are very nervous because we elderly and to isolate whole families will be needed need to guidance. the boys train up soon. but to four times a week, tuesday, the government's main message friday, saturday and sunday. it is a remains for anyone with a cloth or fever to stay at home, and big decision to call it off because for it massively affects their social eve ryo ne fever to stay at home, and for everyone to ensure thorough hand life. they are going to school washing. currently comedy schools our political correspondent nick eardleyjoins us from our are open. manchester fa said to carry on as london newsroom. planned so we are doing that. there good morning. report similar the are other local leagues in the area newspapers this morning who have called it off and that that over—70s will be asked to stay has caused more confusion, because some home? good morning. ithink of the boys play across both leagues. some of the kids are over—70s will be asked to stay home? good morning. i think the government is preparing to ramp up a lot of saying, why are we playing saturday what it is going to do over and sunday? and then there are questions over next week, the the next few weeks. they have a group that fixtures for next week. so at the moment it is business as usual until meets to discuss all the science and we hear otherwise from the they have talked about this idea of lancashire fa. are you confident you isolating elderly people. there are are making the right decision? we no specific details on that yet, but it basically means if older and more are making the right decision? we are following all the guidelines that have been set vulnerable people stay at home there is less chance they are going to get out. now, i
this virus and put themselves in believe we have always got to have that a vulnerable position. there is the kids' best interests at heart. also talk of household self if they are going isolating. at the moment, if you to school, then i or i have a cough or a fever, think it is ok. if this school we are told to stay at home for seven was closed we would make a different days. over the next few weeks they will decision, to stop the football. but you can see this morning, we have probably be an escalation of that, asked the boys if they want to which means if somebody in your family or one of your flatmates have asked the boys if they want to have a kick around. and looks, smiles and or something like that has symptoms of faces. they love it, four days a coronavirus, all of you will be told week. if they are not playing, they to stay at home for a period are on those xboxes, and of time. health secretary matt hancock, we don't we are going to be hearing from him wa nt are on those xboxes, and we don't want them on those xboxes when they later this morning on the andrew can be playing out in the fresh marr show. he has been writing in air. fingers crossed. chris, thank you the papers this morning, talking for the moment. it about the government being totally is a difficult influenced by science on this. it is time and decision as well for following all the advice, he says. parents. i have got a couple here, there has been some criticism of natalie and david lowe. how are the government, some questions asked you? about why moore has not been done. are you all right? thanks for talking to us. as a i think over the next few days we will mother, your son see some of the evidence the i5 talking to us. as a mother, your son government is basing its decisions is playing, are you worried? do you feel it is the right decision? not on. that will be published, to give us worried at the minute. while he is on. that will be published, to give us all a better idea of exactly how still going to school, i think we're they are reaching those decisions. just taking the guidance that has another indication from matt been given and making sure we are
hancock, health secretary, this morning, just how serious this is all being hygienic, washing hands, all going to be. he et cetera. more worried about him invoked the being stuck in the house, to be spirit of the blitz and said this honest, for a few weeks. he loves generation is basing its challenges. coming to football and seeing his it will be a hard time had. friends. at the moment we are taking —— facing its challenges. let's it day by day and i think bring while he you up—to—date on the implications is at school mixing with the boys for travel. british holiday makers a nyway is at school mixing with the boys anyway every day, we are not too continue to be affected, with easyjet the latest airline worried about football. we would to announce it will stop flights rather he be out exercising then to and from spain. the government there has declared locked up in the house. so not too a state of emergency. worried at the minute. it is tricky. our correspondent, david, you are a coach. how do simonjones, is outside heathrow you feel about the fact that football is this morning. going on? it is a funny one, massive implications for travellers really, because like i say, we don't want and then for the airline to see him stuck in his bedroom, industry as well? yes, this is isolated, away from his friends, we a really big deal wa nt isolated, away from his friends, we want to see him on the football pitch having fun. so all we can because some 18 million british people travel to spain each year, do at the moment is followed the advice but overnight, the foreign office is of public health england and the localjunior league. saying to people, do not go to of public health england and the local junior league. they of public health england and the localjunior league. they are happy to play, so so are we. we spain u nless saying to people, do not go to spain unless you absolutely have to. don't want to play, so so are we. we don't want to see him stuck in his room why? well, it is because this state away from his friends. we want to see of emergency, spain is the second worst him out there having fun. thank you very affected country with coronavirus in europe. more than 190 people have much indeed. speaking of the amount himself, he is just died. people in spain are much indeed. speaking of the amount himself, he isjust over here. we
have got ben and alfie. hello, lads. being told they have to stay at home. you all right? we've just been they are watching you play football. very only allowed to go out if they good stuff, by the way. so a of need good food or medication or if they want goal5. just on that, by the to get to work and they cannot way, i hear that obviously, you want work from home. so it is not a shaking hands, you are not piling on great top of each other like you might place to be on holiday. how is do normally. what do you do when you it affecting the allies? well, easyjet has announced overnight but although 5core normally. what do you do when you score a goal? we celebrate by like a today and tomorrow it will run fa ke score a goal? we celebrate by like a fake handshake. so, we're not return flights from spain is normal, touching hands. so you do it like for the rest of the month, flights that, do you? yeah. have you got will be cancelled and they will only anything else planned, you must run what they are calling a number think of something else, might you? yeah, probably. the elbow touch. of rescue flights. for the yeah, probably. the elbow touch. yeah, the elbow airline industry overall, they are saying to touch. and maybe the government, if we don't get like that one. but works! yeah, immediate financial support than after this crisis is over, it is yeah. do that again. i could unclear how much of the airline see that, i can see industry will actually be left, and it is not just that happening. so, industry will actually be left, and it is notjust flights that are being affected. there is a cruise obviously you love football, don't liner off the coast of the bahamas you? if you couldn't play, i mean, with more than 600 british people on how much of a problem, how disappointed would you be?m board. it is not being allowed how much of a problem, how disappointed would you be? it would be very boring. yeah. to dock because five people on board we would miss have coronavirus, a signed travel is out on seeing becoming increasingly our friends... be very boring. yeah. we would miss out on seeing our friends. .. we difficult. —— would be wondering if the cup to
continue or if it would stop. and a sign travel is becoming. it would be a bit boring because you the white house has announced that donald trump has tested negative are used to having a certain for coronavirus, hours after the us extended its travel ban routine, playing football, but to britain and ireland. if it the ban will come into force early has stopped, you are just going to on tuesday morning uk time, get out of the routine as jane o'brien and get a bit reports. the message from the white house, bored. yeah, yeah, it is tricky, don't come to america. isn't it? now, you will know about the european coronavirus and so on, have you all travel ban ordered by trump on been talking about that? what have wednesday has now been extended to you been saying? wejust the uk and ireland. the president been talking about that? what have you been saying? we just hope it has made a decision to suspend all doesn't, like, make us stop playing travel to the uk and ireland and doing our things, because we are effectively at midnight enjoying them and monday night, mark easton standard time. we. seeing our there is a new sense friends, but we don't see otherwise. of urgency in and you are still playing football the us, which compared to other at school? well, we're still countries was slow to respond to the doing virus. lawmakers have passed school training we haven't had a legislation making tests free match in a while. ok, for everyone. but because of the i tell you shortage of kits, it is not known what, give us the celebration one how far the virus has already more time. there you go. that is spread what is going to happen, isn't it. stop for donald trump, it has become we're not going to see handshakes or personal. facing criticism after hugging, we're going to see that being exposed to an infected person several days ago, he says he has sort of thing.
now been tested. americans across boy5, thank you. chris lyons, the co—chair, he is the nation are reeling from the rapid with us still. just listening to disruption to their lives. many the boys there, it is such a difficult asked filing food and medicine, and decision, they want to play confronting social restrictions. football, it is what they love, but there is a growing understanding we also know it is a very that things will be very different serious situation as well? yeah, we're for weeks, if not taking it really seriously. they have stopped the handshakes. they months to come. are aware of washing their hands supermarkets are urging straight after football, when they customers not to panic buy during the outbreak. finish. they are aware of everything retailers and online sellers thatis finish. they are aware of everything that is going on. have faced huge demand, with pictures emerging of empty everybody is aware shelves in some stores. in a joint letter to consumers, of it. these members of the british retail consortium have urged shoppers to be schools are educating considerate and ensure there are them, telling them, my enough daughter's gymnastics was on friday night, the supplies for swimming lesson was on saturday everyone. morning. it would seem odd, the world's facing many challenges with coronavirus, i think, but there are also moments if the kids' football wasn't on. to warm your heart. the pandemic is bringing out until everybody stops i think we the best in some people, will continue doing the football. with communities rallying to help those more at risk from the virus. if the schools ) this shop in stenhousemuir has been will continue doing the football. if the schools) i think naturally we will see the grassroots game close handing out free packs of hand sanitiser down, but until then, will see the grassroots game close down, but untilthen, it is will see the grassroots game close down, but until then, it is business as usual. that if these and schools close, i think. do face as usual. that if these schools close, ithink. do you as usual. that if these schools close, i think. do you think this might be the last weekend you play
masks to football is normal? i fear it will be coming us. we have the fixtures the elderly. next week and then training on handing out packs to the elderly is tuesday and friday, match day saturday and sunday. fingers crossed not the only act of kindness we it is on. if the government tells have us seen not the only act of kindness we have seen this weekend. plenty more to stop the location fa tells us emerging on social media. this form, to stop, we.. chris, thank you very which is being shared widely on much indeed. we appreciate twitter, is being used to offer help your to vulnerable people who are staying time. hopefully, ju5t hearing from the parents of chris and the mud5, at home. if you are doing something similar in your community we would it gives you a real sense of love to hear from you this morning. what people are talking about here. from yesterday my sun was a football u n5worth people are talking about here. from un5worth junior football club, for now, back to you. richard, you practice, he has only three and a half, but what the coach did was left that offence wide open there. pulling out two of the defenders. get everybody, as part of the training, to go and wash their hands. it that offence wide open there. pulling out two of the defendersm i5 pulling out two of the defendersm is always my fault, you know that! became a sort of fun part of it is always richard's the training morning. a sort of half—time ritual. fault. thank training morning. a sort of half-time ritual. everybody is doing you. their bit. it would be great to hear there are so many other social some examples of what is going on consequences, a5 there are so many other social in your community. for all the latest consequences, as we all adjust to this sort of new reality in development is on the coronavirus outbreaks, including what symptoms terms of what we are doing in response to to look for, and how to reduce your risk of becoming infected, and the viru5, what we are doing in response to the virus, and then the kind of advice for those with underlying community spirit that is breaking health conditions, just out in terms of neighbours perhap5 talking to each other in a way visit our we website. haven't done in the past. let's
get a sense of how people are helping you're watching breakfast from bbc news. out one another in one part time now for a look at the front pages. of the unsurprisingly, the coronavirus country, handing out packet5 dominates most of the headlines. out one another in one part of the country, handing out packets to the elderly, not the only act of the sunday express reports over—70s could face a "stay—at—home order" kindness we have seen this weekend. to tackle plenty of others emerging and social media. a great deal the outbreak. of community spirit, a5 alexander mackenzie has the sunday mirror leads been finding with the latest goverment plans. the headline there is "it's war on the virus." out. the sunday telegraph leads with "pm at this london nur5ery, children are puts industry on war footing to equip nhs for battle ahead." learning about washing their hands and the most watched on the bbc i5 learning about washing their hands is important. but it can also website is a video on why be we fun. they are filming a touch music video with a specially compo5ed song about our hand washing. they want to faces encourage families around the world. and how excellent! i think it to stop is important to wash your it. hands because then so many things like that but you will get all the germs in your you habitually do. i used to newspaper hands and you will get ill all the by licking my fingers. just time. wash your hands to get off rich -- just resting your head in your the germs. there is germs spreading around because people are hands. i do that all the time. looking at some of the inside pages, sick. so to avoid the germs you have to page three of the sunday telegraph
here, as i throw my biro wash your hands. the message seems onto the to be floor. matt hancock, health getting through to these young5ters. secretary in england, writing an article there. the essence of it, washing our hands often help5 getting through to these young5ters. washing our hands often helps us 5low and it is where these washing our hands often helps us slow down the spread of covid—19 and other germ5. headlines about the over—70s are coming from slow down the spread of covid—19 and other germs. if i slow down the spread of covid—19 and other germs. ifi can slow down the spread of covid—19 and other germs. if i can save the lives this morning, is this advice from of one child, if they the scientific advisory group for are going to emergencies which advises government 5ee of one child, if they are going to see our campaign, ministers. it talks about of one child, if they are going to 5ee ourcampaign, and of one child, if they are going to see our campaign, and the importance of it, then i would be the next planned interventions being shielding the vulnerable and tousled so happy. here in stenhouse in isolation. might not happen quite yet in terms of the advice that the falkirk, it is the elderly who are being looked government is giving, but it looks after. shop owner5 inevitable and it looks like it is javid and asia coming pretty soon. that is what the sunday mirror have gone on with, a javid have spent around £2000 of double page spread, saying to their own money on hand sanitiser isolate the over—705. the elderly wipe5 and masks for some of the to be quarantined for four months. the older people in their community. nhs told to lease up to 8000 beds, david, this is for you and following the news yesterday from your wife. i am concerned because downing street to the government of my e. wife. i am concerned because of my age, but i am will ask manufacturers to play their pa rt will ask manufacturers to play their also thinking the job part in manufacturing beds under they are doing is magnificent. ventilators to make sure that the whatever age we are, the nhs is well prepared. we have to next few stress, this has not been confirmed. weeks are likely to bring a it has been reported in the great newspapers. it is not like overnight deal of uncertainty, as covid—19 anybody over 70 is going to be told tightens its grip acro55 deal of uncertainty, as covid—19
tightens its grip across the to stay indoors. what we have got uk. handing out packs to the elderly here, as we say, is this advice is not the only act of kindness that has come from the scientific we've seen this weekend. advisory group that is advising there are plenty emerging ministers, they are working through on social media. what they anticipate will be the this form, which has been timeline for the advice they give 5hared widely on twitter, is being used to offer for the over 70s and those deemed help to vulnerable people who to be vulnerable in the coming weeks. are so it could be relatively soon, but not the sort of thing we could self—isolating. suddenly be told to do today or it a5ks people if tomorrow. one thing never changes. they want help you lift newspapers up and a huge with their shopping, if they need a bundle of leaflets phone call, orju5t somebody to you lift newspapers up and a huge bu ndle of leaflets tu m ble you lift newspapers up and a huge bundle of leaflets tumble out. advertising this, but and the say hello. one person has got in other. did you see, did you spot that touch to say they have picture of rod stewart? how could i setup a group on forget? everybody is doing their bit, as we've been saying. it will the nextdoor app in east be great hearing from you this sussex and morning about how your community is 45 people are helping to reacting. rod stewart has his gloves deliver tho5e forms locally. let us know any on. i love this headline, "have other acts of kindness or i told you lately community 5piritedne55, if that is that i glove a word, you? 75 which i will invent. yea rs told you lately that i glove you? 75 here's louise with a look years old. notices matching trainers and stop? and his at this morning's weather. wow, that is fancy man bag.
yes, look at that. beautiful. county penny has not got durham. i am trying to be her gloves on, showers only 4870 is a little ray of sunshine this sunday fine. his fancy morning. i managed to actually find some sun. man bag, is if you are watching half—an—hour ago, i showed you a weather that the watcher of cou nty technical term? i think so. fine. his fancy man bag, is that the technicalterm? ithink so. have ago, i showed you a weather watcher of county durham, and it was cloudy fine. his fancy man bag, is that the technicalterm? i think so. have you got one? no, i have and murky. i promised you a manky old and improving picture, and you got it. rucksack. across the uk, supermarket shelves are being emptied of essential items in county durham there has been such as toilet rolls and pasta, around an inch of rain through the as some people respond to a global night but that weather front is pandemic by stockpiling. but the organisation clearing away and there will be which represents british retailers quite a clearance to sunny spell5 is urging consumers to shop responsibly, to ensure and scattered showers for the rest there is enough food and goods to go around. of the day. some of the rain here's heavy a5 of the day. some of the rain heavy as it moves its way through east our yorkshire, down into the midlands, business into east sussex and then it will correspondent continue to move its way south katy and ea5t. arriving in london by the end austin. of the day, behind it quite a the coronavirus outbreak hasn't yet clea ra nce, of the day, behind it quite a clearance, sunny 5pells, scattered showers but 5trong clearance, sunny 5pells, scattered showers but strong winds and gale5 peaked in the uk, but scenes on expo5ed coa5t showers but strong winds and gale5 like these show any shoppers i wanted, on expo5ed coast of scotland, coming from a northerly direction. here it stocking up on will feel really quite essentials like loo chilly, around four or five degrees. roll, hand wash and long life foods. temperatures ju5t peeking into double digits if we're lucky. if some shops are limiting purchases of we go through the evening, skies will
in demand products. people at the store in london felt they had been continue to clear and with wind5 falling lighter, temperatures are an overreaction. there is no going to fall away quite sharply. we nappies, toilet paper, nothing. haven't seen this for quite some nothing, so it is going to be time, so it's worth bearing in a struggle. i think that somebody mind that we could wake tomorrow morning needs to kind of put a caution and to temperatures ju5t so needs to kind of put a caution and so you needs to kind of put a caution and so you can needs to kind of put a caution and that we could wake tomorrow morning to temperatures just below freezing so you can only take so much. one inafew to temperatures just below freezing in a few 5pots. so a chilly 5tart, person having so much in the house, potentially a frosty one as well for some person having little and being many. could be waking up to scenes hungry, especially the elderly, when i see hungry, especially the elderly, when like this, but i can offer you a isee them, hungry, especially the elderly, when i see them, they come in late at night and they can't get no food. little more on the way of sunshine i see them, they come in late at night and they can't get no foodm yet again. in fact, monday will be a isa night and they can't get no foodm is a little bit over the top, beautiful day for many. lot5 frankly. you have got to get yet again. in fact, monday will be a beautiful day for many. lots of sparkling 5pring 5un5hine out there. once the frost has left it loo roll, teabags, frankly. you have got to get loo roll, tea bags, i frankly. you have got to get loo roll, teabags, iwas frankly. you have got to get loo roll, teabags, i was like, away, a lovely day, and with light wind5 why? frankly. you have got to get loo roll, teabags, iwas like, why? she has frightened me, so i have once the frost has left it away, a lovely day, and with light winds and coming from more of a 5outherly direction it will start to feel come out to get it all. 12 major quite pleasant. there is a weather supermarkets and food retailers have front moving into we5tern scotland now published a letter to their by the end of the afternoon. that customers saying they are doing everything they can to speed up will bring some rain. so here about supplies and keep shelves stocked, eight or nine degrees are high. but we could see 13 degrees also pointing out online delivery services are running at full in the south—east, temperatures recovering capacity. but customers are quite nicely. that weatherfront asked to doesn't sink it's way south. it will bea be considerate in the way they shop, doesn't sink it's way south. it will be a weaker fare, not producing and told that buying more than is doesn't sink it's way south. it will be a weakerfare, not producing much needed can sometimes mean that in the way of rain on tuesday. but others will be left out. they are there is likely to be the odd spot reassured there is enough for
of cloud in the midlands, maybe. by eve ryo ne reassured there is enough for everyone if we all work together. the end of the day on the risk is that we alljust tuesday, more by that little bit more than we actually will push into the north and west, need, and if we all do that, but a good deal of dry weather and then u5able weather for many, and with that would cause more of the winds swinging back to a a problem in terms of making sure that we've south—westerly, again a pretty mild got the right supplies coming 5tory. temperatures peeking may be through the system. we have seen into the mid—teens. now, as we move certain products with less into the mid—teens. now, as we move availability, where some things have into the mid to latter days of the run out for a short period of time. week, we are expecting this high we're not going to see completely pressure to build, giving us a good empty supermarkets, that is not the deal of dry weather. a little bit of case. it is much more around uncertainty deal of dry weather. a little bit of u ncerta i nty towards deal of dry weather. a little bit of uncertainty towards the end of the making sure that we can spread the mind working week of whether we could see some rain acro55 parts of england out and if we are all considerate and wales. but for many of us it as shoppers, only buying what it is is and wales. but for many of us it is that we need, and there is going to a dry 5tory, something that we have not had for quite some time, and be plenty for everyone and the there will be a good deal of usable retailers really wanted to give that weather. so hopefully, if we can reassurance to everyone. the 5till weather. so hopefully, if we can still get out and about, you unsaid message of the letter today is, should think of do so. great news for people do so. great news for still get out and about, you should do so. great news for people who are having to cancel trips abroad. others before you have delivered on your ray you panic of sunshine promise, ithink. she by. a lwa y5 sunshine promise, ithink. she have you done any weekend always does. manifesto pledge shopping? not yet, but it is curious, this delivered. we will have a full whole business around panic buying. round—up of all of the news on
coronavirus at eight a.m.. while on the one hand we see lots time now for a look at this of people being quite scornful of those week's travel show. who have piled up their trolley with toilet rolls, or whatever, it's kind of almost rational when you see other people doing it to think you should do a bit of it yourself. and now we are at the stage where people might have to stay at home for a while, and you can see why it becomes something that people might becomes something that people might be inclined to do. even the lady at checkoutin be inclined to do. even the lady at checkout in tesco yesterday suggested i buy more nappies, so it has affected even the staff, hasn't it? hello, and welcome and we'll be speaking to the british retail consortium to the travel show. at 8:50am this morning. here is louise with a look now, this week, i'm in the maldives, at this morning's weather. looking back at our best bits from the a very good morning to you, louise. past few good morning, everybody. we've got some rain around first thing this months. morning, but that should clear, and the story will improve for many of us. the story will improve for many of us. sunshine and blustery showers are likely to continue, though. so we've got this area of low pressure influencing the story at the moment. it's brought some heavy rain through
the night, actually, across north—west england and wales, and that will creep towards the london let's start with a little area as we go through the day. but glimpse into the future, the heaviest of the rain for much of when lucy descended into a space centre the heaviest of the rain for much of built deep inside the day—to—day is likely to be across parts of lincolnshire down a towards the midlands and the isle of spanish cave wight. behind it, sunny spells, 5y5tem. scattered showers, but the wind is since hg wells wrote of the martian really starting to pick up. a invasion in his 1897 novel blustery story widely across the war of the worlds, the red planet country. gales are likely across the has captured our imaginations. far north of scotland, and swinging at over 33 million miles away, round to a northerly direction. it's incredible to think so a noticeable difference with the feel we could one of the weather here, four or five day coloni5e mar5. degrees at the very best. further for the next 24 south and east we should see temperatures around 10 degrees. hours, i'll be learning how to saying mostly dry until the end of the day, and then that rain will live life ease through the london area. and like a mars then overnight, with clear skies, coloni5t — in this could actually catch you out first thing tomorrow morning. with spain. those clear skies and the wind a5troland is a project set up to see how humans would potentially cope direction changing slightly, the living on temperatures are going to fall away really quite sharply. so low single mars, from figures, maybe just really quite sharply. so low single figures, maybejust below really quite sharply. so low single figures, maybe just below in a few a places into the far north, so we psychological could be waking to a picture like this on monday morning. frost is perspective. i look likely first thing. cold and frosty, ready, ifeel
then, on monday. but a good deal of ready, i'm dry weather around, which means lots of lovely sunshine, and we can do ready. with that, i hope, to lift our our aim is to get to spirits at the moment. yes, we will are5, our base, have some cloud and rain gathering where we will be spending into far north—west at the the night. it's anticipated that the end of the day. indication of another weather front that's moving first coloni5t5 to mars will also the day. indication of another weatherfront that's moving in. so wet and windy by the end of the day have to live underground here. dry with them sunshine, and in caves or lava tube5 temperatures recovering. highs of 13 to avoid degrees. now, this interstellar radiation. weatherfront temperatures recovering. highs of 13 degrees. now, this weather front is going to weaken as it pushes its way south and east into tuesday so potentially a band of cloud. but look at this conveyor belt of wet weather sitting out into the ah, we south—western that could reduce a have a little bit of hiccups towards the middle part of the week. on tuesday table. the pod is set with everything it will be largely dry, with some cloud around, as that weak weather to meet your basic needs and, front drift south. more persistent after all that work, rain drifting into the far north—west yet again, but incredibly it's time for dinner. mild as the winds swing around to i'm going for one of my favourite di5he5, bologne5e. a south—westerly direction. we could see temperatures up into the mid right, the water's in. teens across the give it a stir, leave for ten minutes. south—east corner. that weather front sinks south. a it looks a little bit like plastic. bit of uncertainty as to how much but i'm rain it could potentially bring into so hungry.
england and wales. high—pressure is still set to build, but the position of that high has changed somewhat. that is so the story hasn't really changed actually quite too much. it is going to be a nice. settled week ahead for many of this experience us, particularly in comparison to the isn't cheap. weather we have seen so far this year. but there is a slight question for non—scientists, it's about £5,000 for the 30—day mark by the end of the week experience, across parts of england and wales of which includes preparation, whether we could see some rain, and training and about three thenit days in the cave. whether we could see some rain, and then it will get a little bit imean, cooler, but next weekend looks dry, settled and sunny for many. dry and settled, we will take that after the mar5. few weeks we have had. many thanks. now it's time for the film review, with jane hill and mark kermode. lucy there, finding out what our future holiday5 on the martian surface might feel like. now, this week, i'm in the maldives, hello and a very warm welcome which is a dream de5tination to the film review on bbc news. for many people. to take us through this week's but there is no doubt cinema releases is mark kermode. what have you that tourism and climate been watching, mark? change have had an impact on its environment,
and a very mixed bag. a while back, i came here to meet we have misbehaviour, some of the people which is a true life story of the disruption of trying to do the 1970 miss world. we have bacurau, which is something about brilliantly indescribable and very strange. that. chuckles. we're starting with something that and my spy, a kind of up until now most tourists haven't updated kindergarten cop. wanted to see on their pri5tine so we start with beaches, but which is vital in the fight against a true story? climate change, 5eagra55. so, yes, so misbehaviour, which i know you've seen as well. so, sandra, tell so based on real events. a kind of comedy—drama me about the disruption of the 1970 what is miss world. seagrass? it is amazing to throw your mind seagra55 is very important, because actually it has a lot back to 1970 when miss world of the functions in the ocean. was a really big thing, not only is it a habitat it was on the bbc, everybody sat round and watched or a nursery for many animals, it. many fish, during the different gugu mbatha—raw is miss granada, the dignified contestant who seems stages of their life, to have a chance of breaking but it also provides mo5t the competition's white—only sort of the oxygen that we need for us, of, you know, glass ceiling. also, for breathing. meanwhile, keira knightley and what's the and jessie buckley are the sort of chalk and cheese women's biggest activists who decided that threat to seagrass? what they are going to do is to disrupt the cattle market in most of the reserves, of miss world by making their own they thought that 5eagra55, it's not way to the competition and then looking nice for the guests, creating a spectacle that will draw attention because it's not the white sand to the rising woman's movement. that they want to have here's a for their pictures. so they used to remove clip. it from the beach because of
how do we actually that. get in without being caught? shall we have a look at the seagrass? yeah, sure, let's go. we buy vamos. tickets. it is estimated that the world's oceans lose the equivalent of two laughter. unless that's too organised. 5occer pitches' worth of and you lot, you'd have to blend in. 5eagra55 communal clothes. laughter. every hour of every day. and, because 5eagra55 ab5orb5 and stores carbon far more effectively than whoo! rainfore5t, it's vital to ooh, wow! see it thrive. oh, i love them! no, you look like a bag lady. here in the maldives, what, i look like you? many resorts are realising that healthy underwater ecosystem is more this is what you're wearing. important than tourist5' this is your skirt. picture—perfect idea of what the ocean floor laughter. should i am gonna win. look, could you...? look god, i can't breathe. shoes. like. 0h, love that one. laughing. let's switch continents now to florida, in the united states. it's been a popular lady—like. i look exactly like my mother. destination for years. i look like it's filled with flashy attractions like universal studios, disney world, and
my mother's sofa. epcot. now, the thing i really liked but if you're used to a more basic about this was on the one hand, way of life, the state still has plenty i mean, it is a remarkable true story. to offer, as mike found out these two things converge, when he dropped in these two things happen at the same time. on the gentle the second thing is what the film community of does tonally is it has a very good pinecraft. balance — in the same way as something like made in dagenham since starting as a tourist resort in the 19205, or, you know, more recently, this has become a holiday battle of the sexes does — of taking a very important, hotspot for the amish. we have a mural here depicting you know, socio—economic story and putting it in a form everyday amish life, which is really entertaining. and a friendly man welcoming u5. yes. so there are great performances. maybe we there's stuff like, you know, rhys ifans as eric morley, can ride who is kind of the guy in charge of the competition, the horse. you know, explains... he is really good, i think, yes! and he's also really, the amish are christians really enjoying himself. that hold onto a simple, yes! he's having a great time. rural way of life. you've got greg kinnear as bob hope they're best known who is kind of the celebrity guest — for the regimented, plain clothes, worn for reasons of humility and modesty. although actually, i think the show is stolen by leslie manville they also reject most forms as his long—suffering wife dolores, of modern technology, some even who has kind of seen bob hope be at these competitions before. avoiding electricity and then, at the centre from the of it, you have this — i mean, it is actually pretty much national grid. historically what happened... yes, yes. it's a very secure life. you grew up in an area ..but told with great where your life was always sort of — you knew what to expect. wit, great humour. we heard a couple people say well, of course, as time goes on,
they thought it was a bit flimsy. it's not so simple anymore. i think what they meant by flimsy you know, we don't do things was strangely accessible like we did 100 years ago, because i thought actually, or 50 years the story did grapple with some complicated... yes. you know, there are conflicts of interest. ago. you know, there is — this might look like a normal on the one hand, there is the story street in central florida, of the gugu mbatha—raw‘s character. but actually, many of these on the other hand, there are amish holiday homes, is the story of the growing women's lib movement. and if you look right here, and the fact this dinosaur—like competition, which was welcomed this is a powerline. into everyone's home. but of even the amish want to kick back on vacation. course, it's... the neighbourhood offers more modern conveniences than you might find i spent the whole film seething, in one of thinking "oh, my god! we actually did this! their this is only 50 years ago!" traditional settlements. i mean, it's a very good historical bicycle5 and golf carts reminder of how horrific it was. replace horse and buggies, the most alarming thing and the holiday homes — they all have power. is the moment when they do the turn. we heard there's a saying that oh, yes! whatever happens in pinecraft stays 0h! i mean, and it is cattle market—level. .. in oh, i was literally cringing! yes, yes, yes. but i thought it was — pinecraft. i thought it was really entertaining, but i also thought it told the story well. can you both tell me yes, absolutely. a bit about pinecraft? it's hugely enjoyable. there's no other place you could say maybe a couple — like it in the world, the keira knightley character i don't think. jessie buckley character, why do you say that? although they're both terrific... it's really a social and both historically... life for all the people. slightly — yeah, historically all accurate. you go to the park, it's kind maybe slightly, you know, of a gathering place where people
not very well drawn characters, but the historical representation come and visit. of the period is fantastic, there's shuffleboard down there. i think. i think we've been very blessed to have a place to go like this, my feeling about those — i mean, i think there is a certain and the people accept broad strokes—ness to some us, and — of those characters, but actually, i — in exactly and yeah, it's the same way as i didn't mind it quite unique. with made in dagenham, i think that what it is doing mike, living it up is it's attempting to tell that with the amish. story to the widest possible audience, because what you don't finally to sri lanka, want is to be singing to the choir. which is planning to quadruple you don't want to be make a movie in size its only about this subject that literally just tells a story to people unesco—li5ted ra i nfore5t who already know it. absolutely. re5erve. what youn want to do but you'll need to watch out is you want to tell it for the snakes, a5 lucy found out. to the broadest possible audience. not least because you want to go "this really happened ! " now, i know you can't see much apart from really tall trees, yes! and millions of people watched! and it was really is remarkable. but mother yes, yes. it is definitely worth nature's 5oundtrack seeing, i'd say. thumbs up from me, absolutely. yes. so, your second choice today? is truly yeah, so bacurau. this is from brazilian film—maker kleber mendonca filho, who has co—directed it — spectacular. i talked about aquarius on the programme this is the edge of sri lanka's about a year or so ago. la5t primary rainfore5t, this is kind of a political satire. sinharaja. it's a it takes some inspiration from that story the most dangerous game, about hunting humans. hotspot for it is a remote village that discovers it has effectively been biodiversity.
written off the map. rare plants, unique bird species, their phone signal has stopped amphibians and snakes all thrive here. working, their water has been cut it is so important ecologically off, they discover that they no that there are plans to quadruple longer appear on satellite maps, it in size. so they have effectively been sort the only way to explore of deemed to not exist. it is by foot. and then a bunch of rich, ridma used to hike and swim armed tourists turn up, in the forest as a child. led by udo kier — it is so dense. which is never a good sign — and the film then goes yeah. from being on the one hand a kind of magicaljodorowsky—like satire there's only a tiny bit into something which is a quite of sunlight coming through. a grim and gruelling, he now runs tours of brutal thriller. and what i liked about it very the jungle around the island. it's slippery. much was, for a start, the sinharaja forest covers more it is hard to pigeonhole it. than 8,000 hectares, i am very aware that the more but you don't need to walk very far you know about the political to spot some wildlife. situation, the more you can read see? from it, and i was thinking "we'll, i'm watching this as a cineaste rather than a politician, so i am getting half of the story" that's the green viper, but it's very well directed, under the leaves. it's very unexpected. almost the same there are moments of real brutality colour as the leaves. yeah. in it and it's certainly one of those films that afterwards, it's tiny. it is. so if this snake bites you will have a very long discussion me, what happens? about what it all added up to. it's quite i thought it was an interesting piece. it's in cinemas painful. it depends on your for a couple of weeks, and then condition. stay away! it's on mubi from the end of ridma's expert eyes soon spotted another baby snake on our path. the month. what is
0k. the name and now my spy. of this yeah. so, you've seen this movie a million snake? times before in otherforms. it is the eye—catcher snake, in this particular format, because they used to... so dave bautista is this muscle—bound special agent who, at the very beginning of the movie, on the tree at your eye we see him doing a mission level, and with this... see? in which he just basically punches he really tried to go people and blows things up. for you then. they say "you're not great at being a spy. yeah, he doesn't have we're going to send venom, but he has teeth. you on a surveillance mission." they will bite you of course, he ends up sort of falling for the person until some blood comes he is surveilling and, more importantly, getting wrapped out. around the little finger oh, my of the child who is also involved in the god, wow. surveillance. you weren'tjoking, were here's a clip. 0k. you, when you said it you don't believe me? was worth it. look, kid, you're just not the spy type. every time when i come into here, 0h, isee. it's notjust going to the jungle. ijust come into the big, so i should just stay in my box giant living creature. and dream of maybe being a barista the rainforest is alive. it's or a fashion designer or a wedding planner. or maybe an er nurse alive. like your mother. you know, i was thinking of asking bobbi anyway. right, that's she seems more like the brains of the operation, whereas you're it for more the brawn. this week. who are you calling brawn?
we've got loads of brand—new i was an analyst! adventures coming up very soon. she doesn't have an but for now, from me, ade adepitan, ounce of my training! if anybody's going to teach you, and all of the travel show team it's going to be... in the gorgeous nicely done. maldives, it's goodbye. don't do that again. you can hear the score coming in — they're going "this bit‘s funny!" laughs. here's the thing. it's perfectly fine. i — there was a couple of chuckles. it's basically kindergarten cop meets spy meets stakeout. it's a very, very well—trodden path. you know, dave bautista's funny — although he has actually done funnier stuff in things like guardians of the galaxy. i chuckled a few times. the screening i was in, there was one person who was laughing their head off all the whole way through and i imagined good morning. they were a big dave bautista fan, welcome to breakfast but it's — it's — it's kind of — with chris mason and nina warhurst. it's the very definition of meh, our headlines today. shielding the vulnerable. it's all the government plans new measures as it steps up the fight right. against coronavirus. i mean, it's not — i've seen much worse, i've seen much better. the foreign office advises against is it in your category non—essential travel to spain. of i wasn't bored? some airlines have cancelled flights to the country, yes. which is now the second it's in my category of i wasn't bored.
i love that category. worst affected in europe. i wanted it to be funnier than it was, but i have seen far coming up less funny things. laughs. in sport. that won't go on the poster for it. that is not happening! i'll be talking about grassroots sports which is going ahead at but you are probably all over the poster of a portrait football clu bs of a lady on fire. sports which is going ahead at football clubs like this one in and we both love it. greater manchester with most elite it is the last week i'm going to do this, because i think it's probably and professional sport either postponed or cancelled. the last week it's good morning. gonna be, you know... heavy rain for some will ease away but it — i think this is one to an afternoon of sunny spells of the best films i have and blustery showers. seen in ages. i'll have all the details it's directed by celine sciamma, who i think is fantastic. coming up very shortly. a fantastic central performance adele haenel. it's, you know, a period drama but it's very contemporary. it's about the female gaze, but it's also a love story. it has the most extraordinary use of music, despite the fact there's good morning. very little music in it, and ijust thought it was — it's sunday the 15th of march. our top story... i — i loved it. the government says it will soon be it's beautiful. i think it's a beautiful stepping up measures to protect film in every way. people from coronavirus, and also flawless. including shielding elderly i mean, i can't think of anything and vulnerable that's wrong with it. people. i keep thinking there must be so far, ministers have stopped short something that's wrong with it. nope, absolutely flawless. of introducing some of the strict i think it's up there with parasite controls that have been imposed in mainland europe. in terms of not a step put wrong. it comes as the number of people i'm with you on that one. known to have died from the virus and let's talk about dvd — there may be more a little more in the uk has reached 21. sophie hutchinson has people — a little more of us the latest developments. all sitting at home watching films
in the coming weeks, as the number of cases and deaths so you'll need to come up from the coronavirus rise sharply, with some goodies. exactly. pressure is building dvds are gonna be very important on the government to do more in the coming weeks. to tackle the outbreak. so, le mans ‘66 — or as it was known in america, the virus attacks the tissue where it was nominated — and airways deep inside the lungs surprisingly — for a best picture oscar, le mans ‘66 is the story — and ministers are highlighting plans for more life—saving er, ford v ferrari it was known ventilators to be manufactured in america — so it's basically a kind of racing rivalry as quickly as possible. story on—track, it's also said the nhs will buy up beds in private off—track. two great performances — hospitals to boost capacity. christian bale and matt damon. i have to say christian bale got but there's been strong criticism of the government strategy. all of the attention in terms hundreds of scientists have written of the acting. yes. urging ministers to introduce i think matt damon had the harder role. i think that role was actually more tougher measures to stop the virus complicated because it seemed to be spreading and warning of the risks the less complex role. and in fact, although it of a lack of action. sounds counter—intuitive, it is often harder to play and other experts agree. an apparently less complex role. it's thought the government may now i thought it was very really entertaining, i thought it was really good, ban mass gatherings next week and its scientific advisors have terrific sound design. i mean, reminded me, said measures to protect the sick to some extent — well, and elderly and to isolate i remember going to see the original le man with my dad. whole families will be needed soon. everyone of my age was taken to see the original le man by their dad. but the government's main message but it was a great story, remains for anyone with a cough well told, very moving. or fever to stay at home i was just slightly surprised and for everyone to ensure that it was up for best picture. thorough hand washing. but, you know, it's a very good piece of entertainment, sophie hutchinson, bbc news. a very solidly our political correspondent
made film. nick eardleyjoins us from our ok, and we'll need lots of that. but it's not portrait of a lady on fire! london newsroom. so go and see that! sophie touched on it there, go see that. go see that before reports they shut the cinemas! that entire families may be asked to oh, i shouldn't tempt fate! don't say that! stay at home another report that the i know, i know! over 705 will be asked to stay at it breaks my heart to even think about it, it really does. home for weeks and weeks. when can ok, let's not — ok. right. we expect an official update positive energy! thank you. thanks for being here. from thanks for watching. the government? we don't have dates fingers crossed we'll all be here next week. for any of this yet, thanks. see you next time. but the bye— bye. chuckles. 0h! government has a scientific advisory group that advises it on emergencies and it has said that it wants to pretty soon take the next planned interventions in the response to coronavirus. so that will mean things like homes isolated together. at the moment, if you or i have a carfora at the moment, if you or i have a carfor a fever we are at the moment, if you or i have a car for a fever we are supposed to stay at home for seven days, but this will mean that if family members we live with or flatmates or anything like that show symptoms, we are all going to have to stay in the house for a while. likewise, talking about shielding vulnerable groups, that largely means older people and
is likely to involve them staying at home, social distancing for those groups as well, and there has been some criticism of the government for not doing more, for not moving hello, this is breakfast faster, and the line we keep hearing with chris mason and nina warhurst. from downing street is that they are following the science and that they good morning, here's a summary wa nt to ta ke of today's main stories from bbc news: following the science and that they want to take these measures at a time when they are going to be most effectual. we also heard the government says it will soon be stepping up measures to protect from the people from coronavirus, health secretary matt hancock in the including shielding elderly and vulnerable people. papers this morning. he has been ministers have so far stopped short of introducing some of the strict invoking the blitz spirit saying, look, we're all going to have to controls that have been imposed in mainland europe. it comes as the number of people make sacrifices here, it won't known to have died from the virus be particularly easy period but the in the government is ready and it's going uk has to ta ke government is ready and it's going to take the measures that it needs reached 21. to take the measures that it needs to take. he is also on the andrew marr show in easyjet has joined jet2 to take. he is also on the andrew marrshow in an to take. he is also on the andrew marr show in an hour or so so we in cancelling flights to spain. will hear more from him then. the airline announced it would be suspending all flights from tuesday. thanks, nick. it comes as the world's biggest british holiday makers carrier, american airlines, continue to be affected, has announced its suspending nearly with easyjet the latest airline all of its long—haul international to announce it will stop flights flights to and from spain. the government there has declared a state of emergency. our correspondent, from
simonjones, is outside heathrow monday. this morning. big implications, simon, for people travelling to and from spain. but the white house says president trump then lots of questions about has tested negative for coronavirus. travelling anywhere really mr trump underwent the check after being exposed to an infected and person a few days ago. therefore really big and awkward the news came hours after the us questions for the travel industry to wrestle with? yes, extended its travel ban to include britain and ireland, which will come into force early very difficult on times for travellers and the travel industry alike. particularly when you consider 18 million tuesday british people travel to spain each year. now the reason they arose morning. this lockdown in spain is because it's got the second highest rate of deaths from coronavirus in europe supermarkets are urging and the lockdown means that people customers not to panic buy during the outbreak. they are being told that they should retailers and online sellers have faced huge demand, only leave their homes if they are with pictures emerging of empty shelves in some stores. going out to get food in a letter to consumers, members of the british retail consortium or medical supplies or they need to get to work have urged shoppers to be considerate and ensure and can't work from home, so you can there are enough supplies for everyone. usually at this time we'd be see why it is not an ideal place to catching up with the latest results be on holiday. as after a bumper saturday of top—level sport. a result of that, not so this weekend. almost all professional matches easyj et be on holiday. as a result of that, easyjet overnight announced that or events have been abandoned, so we're using this although it will run
as an opportunity to find out what's happening at grassroots—level. return flights richard is an unsworthjunior today and tomorrow, after that, for football club in manchester. the rest of the month pretty good morning to you. a chance for much, you to work all flights will be cancelled apart on your keepy from a small number uppy? good of rescue flights and jet2 have also cancelled morning, chris. i definitely need to a lot of flights do that, for sure. as you to spain and will mentioned, nina, herei be running return flights for the do that, for sure. as you mentioned, next week. in nina, here i am at unsworthjunior football club, near bury addition to that, in greater american airlines, the largest manchester. they are playing here, airline in the the boys played yesterday and world, carrying 200 the girls will be playing later today. i million passengers each year, saying can show your preparations be made that it million passengers each year, saying thatitis for that. just inside here, some of million passengers each year, saying that it is going to ground 75% of the goalpost that they will be its international flights. some that it is going to ground 75% of its internationalflights. some of taking here for them coming into heathrow the game that here. that's partly due to travel be restrictions implemented by the usa under—125 girls will be taking part and partly due simply to lack in later on. it is a difficult decision for clubs like this. what of demand. the airline industry here in the uk are warning that the are they going to do? are they government needs to give them going to play? quite a few grassroots clu bs to play? quite a few grassroots clubs have decided they are going to some immediate financial support. they play football or whatever sport, say if that does not happen then when we get to the end of this but it isa crisis, there could be little left play football or whatever sport, but it is a very, very difficult decision. most elite professional sport, we should be of the airline industry in this country. problem is also on cruise
telling you what nation has won the six nations liners. there is a particular one championship and so on, big games in off the coast of the the premier league as well but we bahamas. 600 british people on board, five people should have been talking about, manchester united in particular, on board have contracted jose mourinho's spurs taking on them. also, the coronavirus and it's not being allowed to dock australian grand in the bahamas. the foreign office prix, we should have been talking is saying it's working urgently to find a solution to get the about that today, the first rays of the formula 1 season, of course, but british people back home, but some very is supposed to be taking place. that tricky times for travellers. a race. and the final simon jones at heathrow airport, many of the premiership rugby club, sale and thanks. the spanish government has imposed harlequins, which should have been restrictions on its citizens as part of a nationwide state of emergency, taking place a few miles away, but expected to last 15 days. has also been postponed. sporting let's talk to our reporter stars, if they are not playing, to guy hedgecoe who is around 50 miles have to fill the time. have a outside madrid look at some of these, they are really this morning. good. sporting stars of the world have taken to social media to show normally, a bustling european what they have been doing with their capital, not weekends. there might be no grand prix, but lewis hamilton decided to today? ok, stay in melbourne and try his hand at rockclimbing. i bet he is i don't brilliant at that as well. brian think he can hear us at lewandowski opted for a spot of the moment. hopefully we will return to him just construction with his little loved outside of madrid a little bit later one, with
on. let's get the perspective the hashtag instead from france. local elections are under way #stayathome. in france, despite widespread unease that the vote is happening at all. arsenal defender skodran mustafi managed to roll the government has ordered washing his hands, practising his the indefinite closure keepy—uppies and childcare of most public places, all in to one package in this video including restaurants, bars and shops. he posted on instagram. our correspondent that is particularly nice, hugh but one. schofield is in i guess it illustrates what people paris. are trying to do, which is try good morning to you. this is the to keep up their chins, fill their time curiosity, we are seeing some people and what is a in the uk point out that countries around europe are taking more severe very difficult time. measures in response to the here at unsworth junior football club, we will be talking to some of virus, local elections here in the uk the people who have made the postponed in a couple of months‘ decision to play football, which is time, but going ahead in france not an easy one. we will be talking today? yes, i think the government to the official zero to the club found itself caught by and pa rents, to the official zero to the club and its promises. parents, who have been worried, i in the middle of last week when know some have been asking officials there was an initial weather the game should go ahead or argument over not, and of course some of the whether the elections should go youngsters as well, i understand ahead, they decided yes, at that they have different celebrations if they have different celebrations if they score a goal these days. as you point of seem sensible for it to go can imagine, they won't be shaking ahead and they committed themselves. hands or hugging or so on. we will in the last 48 hours, though, things see what they have to say as seem to have changed and in every well. other respect the government has but the matches are taken drastic and dramatic steps to taking place
here, as i mentioned, the girls are lockdown and follow the italian playing later on this afternoon, all route and the gradualist approach sorts of considerations here. we which is more akin to the are british approach, which france has been going to see some football, though, following has been put to one side and hopefully we can see some smiley and we‘ve got these very draconian faces as well. we will bring you measures which are going to that through the morning. lots com pletely measures which are going to completely change lives to talk about here unsworth junior football club. back to you. we from now. but in the meantime, these elections look forward to that, we look forward to are going ahead. there is a slight seeing how the kids have learned discrepancy there and a lot of to questions have been asked whether celebrate a goal, for example, that was a sensible without directly interacting. i was telling you earlier to test out my decision. from your perspective there in paris, how sun's football practice they built is life in france in hand washing is part of the activities that morning. loads of right now? well, i things like that happening, people mean it‘s been a big making the most of the situation and using it as an experience, a way wake—up call. up mean it‘s been a big wake—up call. up untila mean it‘s been a big wake—up call. to up until a couple of days ago there learn. i have a four-year-old was a slightly lackadaisical cynical daughter. i wonder if what we are going through now will be their response to the first memories, the things they think back to an adult as the thing whole thing and that kind of defined the moment they people saying we are not going started remembering what was going to go on. so central is that message down this road, around hand washing, and the but the government potential for staying at home. around hand washing, and the potential for staying at homem would be lovely to hear from you has been at pains to say this morning examples of kindness to people no, this is really serious. i and creativity, where people are
trying to combat the coronavirus. think suddenly today and certainly and also learn tomorrow and people are going to wa ke tomorrow and people are going to wake up with the realisation life is from it. so changed irrevocably at least for do let us the next few weeks, and from know, if you have got examples tomorrow, with no schools, shops, apart from of the data from where you are. the essentials, very little movement across the uk and around the world, churches and places of worship on the streets i would imagine are working out how best to keep because people will start heating people safe during a pandemic, calls to stay at home, even if it means major changes to centuries old traditions. it‘s going to feel a very different country our religion editor martin bashir has been taking a look at the impact indeed. thank you. hugh schofield coronavirus reporting live is from already paris. having. the vatican has announced that its easter week celebrations easter sunday last year, and will take place this year without a congregation, due to the coronavirus more than 100,000 pilgrims gather in pandemic in italy. services affected include rome. but the church of palm sunday, good friday, and easter saturday and sunday. st peter, last weekend, pope francis which for centuries has welcomed delivered his traditional weekly message via live streaming before saints and sinners, briefly appearing at a window. is now closed. good morning to you. you are watching breakfast from bbc news. and it may stay that plans to combat the coronavirus way this outbreak are set to be significantly easter. so what of the escalated in the coming catholic church in england days and weeks. the new government proposals include measures and wales?“ to shield the elderly
through self—isolation, easter. so what of the catholic church in england and wales? if we in this country are asked to plans to help the nhs close churches for the celebration of by buying up thousands mass, i will say, of beds in private hospitals, churches for the celebration of mass, iwill say, yes, people should not come to mass. and efforts to increase but yes, churches the production of ventilators. should remain open, so we‘re joined now by dr rob people can go barnett from the british and pray. and yes, i will medical should remain open, so people can go and pray. and yes, iwill ask priests to continue to celebrate association. mass, even if they do it on their and very good morning to own. and everyone was singing along you. you to all the songs that the work for the bma but also at the front line, you see patients all the church's wider ministry is also being impacted. for almost time. how do you think the nhs is faring so far? so far not 65 years, the too bad. i think there are issues about how josana house impacted. for almost 65 years, the josa na house and impacted. for almost 65 years, the josana house and pilgrimage trust information is getting out to has taken josana house and pilgrimage trust has ta ken disabled josana house and pilgrimage trust has taken disabled children to lourdes in france every easter. us as professionals, but in terms of it patience and patience i‘m seeing is is the catholic church's largest and a gp, actually most of them old est is the catholic church's largest and oldest pilgrimage. but it is not are happening this year. it was very being very reasonable, most of difficult, having to pick up that them are understanding the situation. we are understanding the situation. we phone and ring a family and are having to change explained the reasons why the the way we are pilgrimage wasn't going to be taking working, moving away from place. for a lot of these face—to—face consultations, to try to deal with things on children, this could be the first the holiday they telephone, and certainly we are have ever had. for the families, triaging patients more to try to
this could be the only respite care make sure the patients who do come to see us actually don‘t have signs they receive. coronavirus does not discriminate, and of coronavirus. i was going for muslims, to ask you about exactly that because the advice from the government is for the hajj pilgrimage two, discriminate, and for muslims, the people to stay at home or if they hajj pilgrimage two, which discriminate, and for muslims, the hajj pilgrimage two, which attracts over 2 million pilgrims injuly, need to interact with a health is also now in jeopardy. professional ring the 111 phone service and crucially not to come over 2 million pilgrims injuly, is also now injeopardy. —— to over 2 million pilgrims injuly, is also now in jeopardy. —— to mecca. into a surgery and spread it to this demand in leeds is preparing eve ryo ne into a surgery and spread it to everyone else. in your experience, worshippers for potential is that happening? it's happening disappointment. —— this imam. more and more. in the early days worshippers for potential disappointment. -- this imam. as a person of faith i believe that patients were not very happy about the fact they couldn‘t come to see my god wants me to not only protect us. we have an open access practice my own self, but also protect the lives and so the idea of them of others. and if that means having to phone up to be seen postponing a particular obligation due to circumstances beyond my has been a bit control, then i am following problematic, but we‘ve had notices the message of god by on the door, and our reception staff have been turning patients away if not performing that particular religious they have just come up with coughs obligation. back in rome, and colds and viral infections. do the annual you feel you have been given the delivery of flowers in the right information to pass on to netherlands used to decorate saint patients? i know a family where the peters on easter sunday has little boy got pally, the doctor been cancelled, signalling the said he needs to stay at home with possibility that for the first the rest of you can go out and the
time in modern history, this year's open mother of that child was then very our mass confused. what‘s the point in keeping the child on his own at the will not rest of us are allowed to go out?|j take place. think that‘s the problem, the information is coming through to —— open air mass. us let's talk now to monsignor but it is slow, it is sometimes john daly, vicar—general in the catholic diocese of salford. conflicting, and i have to be and from exeter, the reverend professor gina radford, honest, you know, we are being a church of england vicar who is also a former deputy chief medical told by the people who employ officerfor england. us, actually it‘s business as usual. of fatherjohn, when you sat down, i course, it‘s not business as usual went to shake your hand because because we can‘t do things in the there is so much that is automatic. way we used to and i think with and i was thinking about in having to suspend a mass environment, you walk in, put your the routine hand in the water, peace be with monitoring of patients who are you, there is so much about the basically stable and just deal with service... a lot of things to the problems that are there, so the reassess and review how we do system is not to change, it‘s got to things. things that you just do treat us differently as much as we naturally, because people have done this for years and years and have to treat a patient the years. tricky thing here is that this might you can always spot a catholic, by the way. when they walked down encourage more people to do remote the cinema they go down the aisle and consultations via video genuflect. shaking hands is one of link. it's those natural things they do. fine up to a point, but the difficulty is, all of a sudden you we are so used to that face—to—face have got to stop and think about human—to—human in the same room it.
and it is notjust shaking hands, conversation. it is, for all it is even the way of the advancesin conversation. it is, for all of the advances in technology, a lot better you greet people, and more satisfying as a patient weather you hug or david and i suspect as a doctor than trying to moyes, for instance, and get the line to work and then one person can‘t hear the other and all nicola tater, that kind of stuff. we get because of that hug, david moyes is now in a lot from facial cues, the interaction self isolation. there are issues for with patients, not just from facial cues, the interaction with patients, notjust the face of ourselves, even how we how people are acting when they are approach with you, so trying to do everything people, people who are on the telephone isn‘t easy. in need, people, people who are in need, actually, even i‘m not people who just think that if we particular don't go to greet them, are use to doing everything electronically, and we are being we being standoffish? there are things that encouraged to use the consultations, we do naturally, the first time we so it is a different way of working, meet somebody, but can have different way of working for us, a big impression. gina, let's bring clearly a different way of working you with patients. i‘m also worried into the conversation. that gets to about the fact all the heart of it. with the two patients have cuts access to electronic devices, that you have professionally worn in recent yea rs, that you have professionally worn in recent years, on the one hand, there not all patients are used to using them are these very clear and understandable public health in this sort of situation. so we messages, but on the other hand, in have got to be really careful we the context of going to church, it actually don‘t create more problems isa the context of going to church, it is a social occasion, it is a by what we are doing but, at the end spiritual occasion for people, and of the day, we have to find ways it matters. and finding that balance isa of it matters. and finding that balance is a tricky one. looking after ourselves, protecting
doctors, the staff and that‘s what it is. but it it‘s about. doctors, the staff and that‘s what it's about. what would you like to also allows us to be really quite see happen now? we have seen with a creative and inventive in the way we hand washing and tissues in the bin communicate with each other and the and people staying at home, way we interact. you know, you have the been giving examples earlier of how british public are incredibly compliant when they are told what to people have been greeting each other do but at the moment the messages which may not don‘t feel as clear as they be the traditional could be. what needs to happen? we ways, but really, they are are innovative ways. for example, in my getting this slow drip effect church, we aren't sharing the piece of how we are moving from one phase to physically by shaking hands. we are sharing it in sign language, which another. i got no doubt we are going to end has been such an amazing thing for people to discover. a up with whole mass gatherings different way of communicating and interacting, and showing that they ceasing, more and more elderly ca re interacting, and showing that they care and they relate to each people being asked, if they other. so at the moment, gina, are you are in ca re people being asked, if they are in care homes and things, we are going advising worshippers to attend, but to reduce the number of visits, just be cautious about the way but it‘s having this information so they interact? yes, most definitely. at people can plan for what‘s the moment, church services are happening. people are uncertain going ahead and it is about what‘s going on and i think important that we are able to maintain our worship there‘s a lot of fake news around and we have got together for as long as we to rely on... i can. so what we are saying is, use the encourage people to look at sanitisers when you come in. the nhs
website because actually that‘s not just be the latest information on mindful of, you know, of those it. you physical interactions and also be mention the elderly, something i‘ve been worrying about my own mindful that there might be a grandad, few who was 96, should we go and see things in the service, in the holy them at the moment when we have not communion, which will be slightly been told they are on their own, different. but we are still all should we make the most of this worshipping together. payment when we can socialise? and john, providing this common sense, the for importance of hygiene is really you, what is the next stage? we are important, i also think that we have all keeping an eye on the got to avoid very advice, but there is one thing, close contact. it is difficult. my mum the measures you are speaking about a moment ago, is 94. i‘m not and there is another thing, where we going to go around and hug and kiss may be next sunday, for instance? her at the moment but i am very that's correct. the main thing first happy to see her. and was not to panic. also to follow the keep a distance because i want to protect advice that is coming to us from her, as well, and i think that‘s experts. that is important. the main what we are having to do, thing is to look after the safety of adopt a common—sense approach. many people who do come to church, what we are having to do, adopt a common-sense approach. will you take her out? we did yesterday who are elderly, and vulnerable. so but you have to make sure whether i win in the future remains to be seen. it's common that they really ta ke you have to make sure that they sense, it's really take precedence in most of a large part of the decisions that we make, and their safety is paramount, it. we've all got and that to work together in this. can be, not only those who and, come to providing people do work together
church, but those who are at home, and understand what‘s being who cannot get out, we have got expected, then i think we will get to be careful how we treat them, so through it. i have got a lot that we don't take the virus into of faith in the chief medical officer and a scientific officer in what their homes. we also they are saying. i know people have to be very think they are saying. i know people think they could be controversial we careful on how we communicate to the haven‘t gone to a complete lockdown, sacraments, so things like the sign but i understand the science of of peace, which we can say where we are trying to get to and i naturally, as gina points out, sign think it‘s important we actually follow that advice as language is very important. we can do things like that. but also the it comes way we distribute communion is through but it would be useful for us to know where we are going very, very important. and also and over what sort of time period the fact just so that people can plan properly. that in our tradition, it has been i‘m concerned about the economic for a long time, it has been effects of the panic buying an obligation to go to mass on that there is because that‘s doing none a sunday. and what we say of us any good. i think it‘s the now is, if uncertainty causing a we have to do, if we have to do, say problem. thank you, doctor, we really appreciated. that needs to be suspended, but we have faith in the british public people don't feel guilty after this morning with lots of about that. people helping their neighbours and that is very important, because encouraging people to get in touch people changing their attitudes can with those who have decided to stay at home it is be very, very difficult and there can be that feeling across all lovely to hear. oh faiths but if you are regular, my goodness, i nearly knocked over my it cup of
may be a social point as well, but tea! thatis may be a social point as well, but that is taken away from you, and i‘m trying to find rays of that is taken away from you, and that can hurt people. so we have sunshine for us this morning because we could to be sensitive to that as well. there all do with cheering up a is another element to this, touch. the weather will quieten down this week the incredible pastoral work that so and there will be some rain around many people in your line of work but in comparison to the weather we do, have seen so far this year, it to see people in the community at looks very promising indeed. not a bad home, for example, the recently start as you can see in bereaved. that is a hugely valuable north yorkshire this morning. a spell of service and in the coming weeks they very heavy rain through the night will be a second thought about and that is going to push whether it is wise, because you into the midlands, so it‘s not a beautiful could potentially be spreading the day for all of us, gradually virus. yes, and again, we have moving towards the london area and behind, a bigger role than just sunny spells and scattered showers, virus. yes, and again, we have a bigger role thanjust our worship on so the heaviest of the rain is sundays. as important as likely to be across parts of that is. it lincolnshire into the midlands and is pastoral and also practical work, down across the south coast. running food banks and community centres, at running food banks and community behind it, some sunny spells coming centres, et cetera. what we through, as we have seen, a have scattering of showers in the cloudy been asking churches is, think about how you may be able to sustain conditions for a time in scotland. it will turn increasingly windy with the function, but do it differently. so gales on exposed coasts and with the for some of our pastoral work, wind direction swing to a northerly, actually, maybe, we can do some of it‘s going to be quite cold that over the phone, over the internet, at this afternoon with temperatures that over the phone, over the internet, et cetera, in different struggling, 4—5. maybe we will see ways, still making sure that we are
double figures into that south—east keeping contact with people offering corner by the end of the day, that service, but not in but what is going to be interesting is any way jeopardising their health or those once the rain and the afternoon showers ease away, and they will do who are visiting. so we so, skies will clear and through the need to be night to make those temperatures are thinking really quite creatively likely to fall away quite sharply, here, but not lose sight of so be prepared for a bit of a shock our call role, which is both to provide to the system tomorrow morning. spiritual support but also to temperatures hovering around the freezing mark, just below in provide pastoral support and practical support in scotla nd freezing mark, just below in scotland and northern ireland, the our communities. gina, many blue colours denoting that there could be some frost around us well first thing in the morning but with thanks. fatherjohn, my grandpa, when he is those clear skies, that means not feeling tiptop and cannot get in there will be some lovely spells of us, he listens to sunshine. for much of the mass. so there are country, much of the day. the exception, the north west, a weather front moving options. and bringing rain into northern there are options, and we ireland, western fringes of scotland are putting out where people can watch as well as we go through the mass on the media, and that is afternoon and the temperatures here really important. will struggle at around here's louise with a look 80 degrees. at this morning's weather. further south, after a chilly stock good morning to you. good it will recover, 12—13 the expected high. as we move out morning, chris. i know everybody needs their spirits lifting. i am trying of monday into tuesday, the weather front sinks desperately but it sounds like there south and weakens all the time, so i is going to be some rain around. suspect there will be little more some dry weather cloud around. not that much of the
some dry is going to be some rain around. some dry weather in the forecast as we head into next week, so some way of rain, may be a few showers spring sunshine to look forward to for some of us. now, the rain is through parts of north wales and moving its way east. it has been northern england for a time. another pretty heavy, actually, through the weather front arrives later on in night. it's all tied into this area the day but tuesday, again, largely of low pressure, and behind us, as dry for most of us with more cloud this wind swings around to a around and monday may be but northerly, it will turn into some noticeably milder with temperatures showers and noticeably colder. some wet weather through lincolnshire, peaking at 15—16. that is slightly above where we should be for down through the midlands and the isle of wight yesterday, heading towards the london area by the end the time of year. high pressure still set to build for the latter stages of the afternoon. by the end of the working week. it moves of it, though, some decent breaks in the in from the north, so there is a cloud with them sunny spells coming through. a few isolated showers, potential maybe for some changes in most frequent up into the northern factor in that northerly wind and it the story and we could see some is going to feel noticeably colder. rain around england and wales on friday. a level of uncertainty about this at so in scotland, temperatures will the moment. you need to keep abreast struggle. four, five, maybe six of the forecast but generally degrees at the very best. the outlook remains the same, further south, perhaps not as warm as predominantly dry, mostly settled, getting a little bit cooler as we go yesterday, but double—digit still quite widely. now, that rain into next weekend but if this comes will think its way south and east, and off, not a bad weekend in then the skies will continue to prospect. back to you two. clear. temperatures are likely to fall away quite sharply through the night, so that is worth bearing in mind, that it is going to be a hurray for louise. dry, with some chilly start to our monday morning. sunshine. thank you. there‘s you can see on the temperature
profile the blue tones denoting been times when the weather forecast has temperatures around or just profile the blue tones denoting temperatures around orjust below freezing. so a cold start to our been the bleak bit enough monday morning. could even be waking programme and now it feels like up monday morning. could even be waking up to some early morning frost. so an oasis. especially considering some people gardeners and growers, take note. are going to have to stay at home that is something to bear in mind. are going to have to stay at home are not going on holiday. so tomorrow morning, then, we start it‘s nice off with some sparkling blue sky and to know british sunshine out there. after that mother could be chilly start, temperatures will brighter. recover. there is a weather front that's going to bring in some rain into northern ireland in western we‘ve been hearing from children scotla nd and their teachers this morning into northern ireland in western scotland by the end of the day, and about the importance of washing your hands to prevent hear the winds are likely to coronavirus from strengthen. top temperatures expected of 13 degrees. so recovering quite nicely in that spreading. sunshine. as we move out of take a look at this video. monday into tuesday, that weather front this little girl is dipping weekends and dies off, so it's not a finger going to bring that much in the way into salt—and—pepper without soap on it and of rain across england and wales. then she but another front that is going to feed into the north—west, almost in is doing the same location as monday's this. salt—and—pepper represent germs. she weather. there were little more is covering her cloud around potentially for the start of tuesday. bits and pieces of index finger with showery rain. by the end of soap. this is amazing. watch what the day, again, into western scotland and happens when she dips her finger northern ireland, we could start to into the salt—and—pepper. see some wet weather. but a good we heard deal of dry weather elsewhere. and warm with it, as the gasps inside the gallery. it shows
wind swings kids, doesn‘t it, that it around to a south—westerly. 15 degrees, that's not bad for works? if you put soap on your think it this time of year. now, towards the repels the germs and protects your fingers middle and latter stages of the so it‘s a nice trick you can week, with still got this show children. you could have been high—pressure building, quieting things down. but we just need to a give a close eye on the detail tomorrow‘s world presenter describing that. share across england and wales. maybe there could be a little bit of it with showery rain around, potentially on children, it‘s valuable friday. you could see that in the now. city forecast. but for many there is across the uk and around the world, a good deal of dry weather after churches and places of worship that mild spell through the middle are working out how best to keep people safe during a pandemic. pa rt that mild spell through the middle part of the week. things are getting a little bit colder into next in the last hour the vatican has announced that this year‘s easter weekend. back to you two. thank masses and services will take place you, louise. a little bit colder into next weekend. back to you two. thank you, louise. brighter days ahead. good without congregations. news. we'll be back with the our religion editor headlines at 7:00am. martin bashir has now it's time been taking a look at the impact for click. coronavirus is already having. easter sunday last year, and more than 100,000 pilgrims gather in rome. but the church of st peter, which for centuries has welcomed saints and sinners, is now closed. so, what of the catholic church
in england and wales? in 1998, the release of first—person if we, here, in this country, shooter half—life sent a seismic are asked to close churches shock across the world for the celebration of mass, of video games. it featured cinematic storytelling, i will say, yes, people should not taut action sequences and some of the creepiest bad come to mass, but, yes, guys ever the churches should remain open, to grace a so that people can go and video game. well, let's just say your pray. and, yes, i will ask priests hour has come again. i remember when half—life came out, to continue to celebrate mass, november 1998, a massive moment in even if they do it on their own. and everyone was singing pc along to all the songs. the church‘s wider ministry gaming. is also being impacted. for almost 65 years, before than, it had the hosanna house and pilgrimage been doom that trust has taken disabled defined shooter children to lourdes in france every games. easter. it is the catholic church‘s largest half—life reset the bar. and oldest pilgrimage, a sequel followed in 200a. gunfire. but it is not happening this year. it was very difficult having to pick cheering. up that phone and having to ring fans patiently awaited new half—life a family and explain the reasons why content but its makers, the pilgrimage wasn't a company called valve, went very going to be taking place. quiet on the half—life front. for a lot of these children, until now, this could be the first holiday that they have ever had.
that is. for the families, this could be the only respite care that they marc cieslak has been to valve's headquarters in the us, where he's got his hands receive. on their latest addition coronavirus does not to the franchise — discriminate and for muslims, a game which has surprised many by embracing the hajj pilgrimage to mecca, which attracts over two virtual reality. million pilgrims in bellevue, washington july, is also now in is home to valve software, jeopardy. an award—winning games qari asim, an imam in leeds, is preparing worshippers development company. for potential disappointment. it has plans to reinvigorate virtual reality, with half—life's help — a title which changed games forever. as a person of faith, hey, mr freeman. i believe that my god wants me i had a bunch of messages to not only protect my own self, for you but we had a system crash... but also protect there has been a lot of hype the lives of others. and high hopes around the rebirth of virtual reality. and if that means postponing a particular obligation due vr headsets have arrived from a variety of different companies. to circumstances beyond my control, but in recent years, interest in the technology has waned. then i am following virtual reality, it seems, the message of god, you know, is lacking a killer app. that, however, could by not performing that be about to change. morning, particular religious obligation. mr espiritu santos... freeman. back in rome, the annual delivery of flowers from the netherlands, looks like you're running used to decorate st peter‘s late. everyone has been so excited on easter sunday, has been on the idea of a new half—life cancelled, signalling game for years. the first one gave us
such a new cinematic way the possibility that for the first of experiencing a game. time in modern history, the second one, it handed us this year‘s open—air mass the gravity gun, we had much more will not take puzzling, much more place. martin bashir, storytelling. my god, we made it! bbc news. and it has almost become a kind you‘re watching ofjoke over the last 13 years breakfast from bbc news. of half—life 3 being announced, time now for because valve has always teased that something would come. a look there were lots of rumours, everybody wanted something new, at the but now finally, being told that we have got something in that newspapers. unsurprisingly the virus dominates universe, it's a whole the headlines. this is the sunday new full—length story. express reporting the over 705 could it's probably fair to say that a new half—life game will be one face a stay at home order as of the most keenly anticipated they put it to tackle the outbreak. the titles of the last decade. but is making it a virtual mirror newspaper lead to reality—only title a way the government plans, their headline is of shifting vr its war on the virus. more headsets? militaristic language cropping up on i mean, this is a way the front page of the to sell vr headsets. the minute you put a half—life game sunday telegraph. it leads with prime on vr, it's going to make people buy minister put industry on war footing something or potentially look into buying something they to equip the nhs for the battle ahead. over on the bbc website the hadn't most watched story is a video had on how before. we touch our faces and how to stop but it's notjust available it. you do it involuntarily quite on valve's headsets, it's available everywhere. so what this will do is potentially a lot, turning in a newspaper, biting
reinvigorate and kick—start your nails, but it‘s everybody‘s interest in the entire vr space. one of our goals here got to stop. was to hopefully show a bunch let‘s bring in the former police of people who looked at vr chief constable to look through the and thought it looks interesting inside pages and maybe even venture but not yet, it hadn't convinced them yet, to say oh, away from coronavirus which we there's an experience over they really want, have and hopefully they will see been struggling to do in this and say, "actually, our news i'll go check reporting this morning. we are that out." heading not far to this is the moment that sustainable sa lfo rd. i've been waiting for. it's been 16 years since half—life 2 heading not far to sustainable salford. the observer was released and 13 years newspaper. since we've had isn‘t it great news that the people any new half—life who have lived most of their lives content. in the north west, they will know right now, i'm going to try out the latest game in the series in that salford has virtual a gritty reputation reality. and of course it‘s also the place where, if i'm playing using valve's own vr hardware, called index. the controllers features sensors i can which translate my hand and mention coronation street, it‘s where it is, and here finger it is. movements. it has won the this will allow me to interact with the game world in much the same green local way as i would in the real world. authority in britain award. i‘m a lwa ys authority in britain award. i‘m always a sucker for black and white here we've got an opportunity to try photographs. i don‘t know whether
out some of the gameplay mechanics, the camera can see so we have the gravity gloves, it. handed to me which should allow me to pull and i‘ll wave it at the camera. salford is a dirty old town. it is this... ..and grab it. and throw it towards one of those barnacles. a let the barnacle eat it. dirty old town but not any when you see items, you can grab them with the gravity gloves, more. and you can see there the catch them, store them in your backpack for later. playing on the the title has been designed to work street and that photograph is taken with a wide variety of different vr of the year of my headsets but the game's demanding technical specifications means birth, 1957, and that it will have to thatis of the year of my birth, 1957, and that is how people in the northwest run will have seen on a pretty high—end pc. salford. it‘s got the full index vr set—up media city uk, it‘s got the imperial like this one isn't cheap, war museum, either, costing media city uk, it‘s got the imperial warmuseum, and to media city uk, it‘s got the imperial war museum, and to get an accolade like that... how nearly £1,000. is it sustainable? can't open these doors — they're jammed. ah, that opens up sorry to be for me. momentarily sceptical? here we well, of course, newspaperstories go. like that encourage you to almost everything you interact with in the game works like it does do more research, don‘t they, chris? ithink in the real world — everything apart from travel. nina and! research, don‘t they, chris? ithink nina and i werejust getting around turns out research, don‘t they, chris? ithink nina and i were just having research, don‘t they, chris? ithink nina and i werejust having a research, don‘t they, chris? ithink nina and i were just having a chat to be one off—camera and of the more interesting things stockton—on—tees for in virtual reality. it's one of the trickier example is the worst local authority problems to solve. in so many things that are local for being green but of
scale allow you to just course, in use your body in the north—east, stockton is quite a a natural way, powerhouse when it like, i'm going to pick comes to old up a bucket industry, so the local authority to look at what's underneath it. they have said in their traversing space doesn't quite yet allow you to use your body in that way. there are a couple of different defence they are still producing an awful lot styles of teleportation and then of a more traditional movement the countries wealth, so it is that is — we call continuous motion. a lwa ys the countries wealth, so it is always at this balance, isn‘t it? and some people are look at us, we are green, but what more comfortable with one than are you producing? i think what another. salford a re this is genuinely extremely tense. are you producing? i think what argh! salford are producing is new technology. it does have an industrial heritage and salford as ok, well, i need new underwear. well, but they say they are building this adds an entirely new dimension to video game combat — more energy efficient homes, lower one of absolute pant—wetting fear. we'll find out what kind of impact than average co2 emissions and high half life: alyx has when it releases recycling rates, sell a variety on march of things. that is spot on. i 23. sometimes do get really quite cross when you we're all being told see houses being built, some of the big housing companies that the best way to combat now, one in the coronavirus particular i won‘t mention them, but i‘ve done the calculation of the is by washing our hands thoroughly topline and do you know how much profit they make out of every single with soap and one of their houses and they‘re not water. but when we can't get to a basin, very good, by the
many of us are also using way, £66,000? last alcohol—based hand sanitiser. so much so that supplies year it was £65,000. have been running low. one company we met in taiwan if you actually last year hopes to have found calculate their gross profit with a number of houses they are building, the that so much profit. they don‘t solution. even put decent security in those this is the eleclean, a device that is claimed houses. ican to create put decent security in those houses. i can confirm because i bought a new build in salford about 15 years your own ago and our energy bills were next to nothing so i can concur. 15 disinfectant. years ago before any of this. do you ever turn the lights on? laughter iama bit laughter i am a bit tight excavation mock from urban to rural, and a story about sheep in the sunday telegraph. i like stories like this. clearly you‘re a bit sceptical. i‘m not at hopefully that will do the trick. all. that‘s just his the company does expect that face. i you‘re a bit sceptical. i‘m not at all. that‘sjust his face. i can‘t help it. i‘m not allowed to touch this protects against the it. you want coronavirus. the issue is, they have to enter it actually sold out of them. into a but it's notjust about competition. anyway,
keeping our hands clean. how about our devices? so we this week, apple issued new advice have about how to keep our phones clean sheepin but i would suggest that you don't competition. anyway, so we have sheep in leicestershire, the last farming family in the do anything until you've heard what chris fox village, and the mother died last year so they has to say. have been petitioning for there to with the growing concern around bea coronavirus, i thought i would be have been petitioning for there to better safe than sorry be a sheep memorial and there are and smothered my phone with strict rules about this in the church of england. anyway, they‘ve antiviral had to go to the district court and gel. it‘s been approved. had to go to the district court and but it turns out that it's been approved. ok. it's because some hand gels they had a powerful argument that and sanitisers can they had a powerful argument that actually damage the sheep is a the oliophobic, oil—repelling layer on your phone screen which is supposed to keep fingerprints off. so check this out. sign of the christian if i put my phone next one that has the layer intact, you can see that this one looks faith. anyway, because they put so like i've been eating pizza off it. much thought into it and it was to it's covered in fingerprint and oil. this one does have some represent the family, the courts fingerprints on it still, allowed to go ahead. but not nearly as many. it is a and now, if i wipe down this phone with a microfibre cloth, religious representation in some ways, isn‘t it? a quick the fingerprints come off super easy. and if i try reference to this one, rotting trains. again, some of the oil it's one of comes off those stories which begs more but you can see it is questions than answers, still really smeary. but i didn‘t and as a final test, if i pop my fingerprints on there... realise, only 40% of
you can see that this our railway is absolutely lines are electrified. 60% you have gross and this one got to run not diesel. all of nearly as dirty. so how can you clean your phone these without damaging it? trains here are electric trains and well, this week, i met they are just sat with microbiologist dr lena ciric and she told me how. you don't actually need to use there melting antibacterial or antiviral products away. instead of on your phone, you can just use being used they simple soap and water. unplug your phone, turn it off can‘t be used because only 40% of and remove the case. railway lines dampen a microfibre cloth with water and simple household soap. are electric. gently rub the surfaces of the phone so, when with the damp cloth. i was working, i was forever up and take care not to get moisture in any down to london and of the openings because even water often no seats. resistant phones lose their protection over time. so you can see finally, dry your phone that something needs with a clean to happen. you just want microfibre cloth. somebody to get a we haven't used any anti—bacterial to happen. you just want somebody to geta grip to happen. you just want somebody to get a grip and just get the entire or antiviral gel on this phone system working because we have just had in the north so how west, the northern do we experience, and a couple of times i was coming down to the radio here know they and got down to the railway are clean? and they we re and got down to the railway and they were just cancelled. well, we can use these swabs and this device which tells us the level of microbial activity
on the phone in relative light thank you very much. 20 billion each units or rlus. so the higher number we get, year spent on infrastructure. the higher number of germs. the results are pretty good. nice to see you. so we would want a surgical surface to be a reading of 50 or less coming up we and all of the phones have readings of less than this, will be speaking to the organisation that so that's pretty good. represents british retailers about so they're significantly cleaner, with just soap and water? panic buying, supplies and yep, restocking empty shelves. they stay with are. us, the and how is that possible without using antiviral gel? what's going on here? headlines the main ingredient in soap, which is a detergent, coming which is basically lifting off the grease and the grime up... and the germs from the surface of the phone, which is then rinsed off with water and that's what makes it clean. there are a few other ways you can clean your phone safely. this week, apple changed its guidance and said if you have an iphone, you can safely wipe it with a 70% isopropyl alcohol wipe — the kind you can get from a computer shop, or online if they haven't sold out. there are also devices that can sterilise your phone using ultraviolet uv—c radiation. this one's called phonesoap. it costs about £80 — although there are cheaper ones available — and what you do is pop your phone inside and let it cook for about ten minutes.
the manufacturer says it shouldn't harm your device but some phones or cases could be discoloured over time. finally, what can you do if, like me, you have stripped the oil—repelling coating off your phone's screen? well, there are some ways to fix it. first of all, you can get a screen replacement, although that is not going to be the cheapest option. or you could stick on one of those glass screen protectors, which is a quick and easy way to fix the screen. or you can try this, it's called liquidnano and this wipe puts a silica dioxide coating over the display which says it will restore the oliophobic properties for 12 months. it cost between £20 and £30 and you have to let it set on the phone for at least half an hour. so i tried it out on the phone i ruined and i have to say it seems to have hello, this is breakfast, done a pretty good with chris mason and nina warhurst. it's 8:33. job! here‘s a summary of this so that's one solution morning‘s main news... to what could have been the government says it will soon be an stepping up measures to protect expensive people from coronavirus, including shielding elderly and vulnerable people. mistake. ministers have so far stopped short just remember that if you do clean your phone, as soon of introducing some of the strict as you touch it, you're putting controls that have been imposed in mainland europe. germs back on it again and the most it comes as the number of people
important advice remains known to have died from the virus to wash your hands thoroughly and frequently. in the uk that is it for the short version of this week's click. has reached 21. as ever, the full—length version can be found on the bbc iplayer. easyjet has joined jet2 you can keep up with the team in cancelling flights to spain. the airline announced throughout the week on instagram, it would be suspending facebook, youtube and all flights from tuesday. twitter at @bbcclick. it comes as the world‘s biggest thanks for carrier, american airlines, has announced it‘s suspending nearly watching. all of its long—haul flights from monday. let‘s talk now to the former conservative mp and health secretary, stephen dorrell. hejoins us from us, he listens he joins us from worcester. good to mass. so morning to you. your reflections firstly on where we are this there are options. morning, and will we are in terms of the advise that we are getting from the advise that we are getting from the government, in contrast to good morning. what much of the rest welcome to breakfast of europe is doing? with chris mason and nina warhurst. our headlines today. well, i think the government at the shielding the elderly. beginning of this were slow to the government calls for more life—saving equipment as it steps up the fight get going, but i feel quite strongly actually now that they are doing against coronavirus. what is right. that the foreign office advises against non—essential travel to spain. is number one, some airlines have cancelled they are believing the science, they flights to the country,
which is are working on the basis of now the the evidence. and secondly, they are seeking to explain in public, second worst affected not just what needs to happen now, but what we can anticipate in europe. is going to be the developing response, as this i will be talking about grassroots sport, which is going ahead at epidemic develops. the point about football clu bs the difference between what's going sport, which is going ahead at football clubs like this one in on in the uk and what's greater manchester, with most going on in professional and elite sports either other european countries is that, of postponed or course, in italy, cancelled. good most obviously, morning. heavy rain for some will the epidemic is significantly more ease away to an afternoon of sunny developed, it has been going on longer than it has here. and so the spells and blustery showers. i'll have all the details coming up response is correctly different in italy from what it is here. the key very shortly. thing is to work on the basis of the it's sunday, the 15th of march. evidence. and i am our top story: the government says it will soon be stepping up measures very pleased that to protect people from coronavirus, yesterday chris whitty, the chief including shielding elderly and medical officer, committed to vulnerable publishing all of that evidence, so that we can see the basis on which people. government decisions are being so far, ministers have stopped short made. let‘s talk about the state of of introducing some of the strict preparedness within the nhs given controls that have been imposed in mainland europe. your area of expertise. a it comes as the number of people known to have died from the virus new assessment, how prepared is the nhs
in the uk has reached 21. when it comes to, for instance, the sophie hutchinson number of beds in has the latest intensive care, the number of ventilators? we have developments. seen this morning that the is the number of cases and government wants to hugely step up deaths the manufacture from the coronavirus rise sharply, pressure is building on the government to do more to tackle the of ventilators. outbreak. the virus attacks the tissue well, if the question is, and airways deep inside the lungs, and ministers are highlighting plans did the for more life—saving ventilators nhs anticipate the coronavirus to be epidemic at the beginning of this year, or in december last year, the manufactured as answer to that of course is no, quickly as how could it have done? but what possible. it has also said the nhs will buy up it does haveis could it have done? but what it does have is a series of plans prepared beds in private hospitals to deal with to boost capacity. but there has been strong criticism health emergencies as of the government's strategy. they arrive. the health service, hundreds of scientists have written, although it is a vast organisation, urging ministers to introduce tougher measures to stop it is actually the virus spreading, and warning of the risks quite flexible. when of a lack of action. and other experts agree. there is an increase in urgent or it is thought the government may now ban mass gatherings next week, emergency demand upon the health and its scientific advisors have service, routinely what it does is said measures to protect the sick and elderly and to isolate whole to give those patients priority, families will be needed soon. as we would expect it to but the government's main message do, as remains for anyone with a cough citizens, and ask other people with or fever to stay at home, and for everyone to ensure less urgent conditions to thorough hand wait. the health service doesn't have massive
washing. spare capacity waiting for our political correspondent nick eardleyjoins us these from our patients, but it does have the capacity to change what it does each london newsroom. day to respond to the changing good morning, nick. some reports in demands of the population. as the newspapers this you have said, this virus has morning, extreme measures are planned, asking the capacity to overwhelm any health service anywhere in the world, if over—70s to stay at home? there is a particular spike in cases measures are planned, asking over-70s to stay at home? good morning. i think there are certainly over a concentrated period of time. more measures on the way. the but in your view, is the government has a group that advises nhs as well prepared or better prepared than it on the science when it other health services around the comes to world, as people seek reassurance as emergencies. it is already saying that the next stage of its plan is to whether or not we are as prepared as we can be? likely to come in pretty soon. that will mean a couple of to pick up your last things. it will mean a couple of things. it point, i think we are as prepared will mean a couple of things. it will mean households isolating together. that means at the moment, as we can be. comparing our response if one of us get symptoms, we have to other people, i am not sure that to stay at home for seven days. gets us very far. what i think we this would mean if somebody in your must do is to household, a member of yourfamily focus on our response. ora household, a member of yourfamily or a flatmate, if they get symptoms you will all have to stay in the government is seeking to delay for a period of time. the other thing is that the shielding of vulnerable and depress the total peak demand on people, we don't really know what the health service, and then to that means yet, but it is likely to spread it, notjust
mean that those in at risk through the health service, and then to spread it, not just through the categories like older people are emergency services that are always available within the health service, going to be asked to stay at home but also to increase capacity, for a period of time. it is to be by bringing in the private sector as seen how long exactly that is. i well. i think people mean, as you heard in the piece would expect, there, there has been some criticism in the circumstances, all the of the government's strategy, some country's health facilities to be people saying it needs to be clear made available to meet this about why it is taking it is. peak demand. so, i think it is a question i think you will start to see of spreading the peak and making more evidence published in the next few certain that within the health care days of exactly why the government syste m certain that within the health care system and across the is doing what it is, and we are whole country, going to hearfrom health we use the facilities available to is doing what it is, and we are going to hear from health secretary matt hancock in a couple of hours. us as flexibly as he will be on the andrew marr possible. let's show, talk about communication and how the but also writing in the telegraph government and public health this morning, really interesting, again, he is talking about officials talk to us as a a blitz spirit, comparing this to the second population. does that need to be clearer? or do we need to be world war and saying everybody will hearing from, say, the prime minister or have to make sacrifices over the next few months, an indication of a senior minister, and the how seriously is taking this. absolutely. nick, many chief medical officers, every day at the moment for thanks. let's bring you up—to—date on the instance? implications for medical officers, every day at the moment for instance ?|j trouble. —— medical officers, every day at the moment for instance? i think the answer to that probably is yes, travel. actually. what i think easyjet has joined jet2
in cancelling flights to spain. the airline announced it would be we have seen suspending all flights from tuesday. ona actually. what i think we have seen on a regular basis, and it comes as the world's biggest carrier, american airlines, has announced its suspending nearly it is all of its long—haul clearly the regularity is increasing, and i think that flights from monday. the white house has announced that donald trump has tested negative is right, isa for coronavirus, hours after the us increasing, and i think that is right, is a commitment... as i said extended its travel ban at the beginning, to work on the to britain and ireland. basis of the science, a commitment the ban will come into force early on tuesday morning uk time, yesterday to publish the science, as jane o'brien reports. which is very welcome and the message from the white house: necessary, and then to don't come to america. the european travel ban ordered by trump on wednesday has now been explain why the extended to the uk and ireland. government is taking the decisions the president has made a decision to suspend all travel that it government is taking the decisions thatitis government is taking the decisions that it is taking now, and also, to the united kingdom and ireland effectively at midnight, monday night, importantly, i think, that it is taking now, and also, importantly, ithink, looking that it is taking now, and also, importantly, i think, looking ahead, so that we have some idea what is eastern standard likely to be the response in a week time. there is a new sense or month's time. as the chief of urgency in the us, which compared to other countries medical officer said about a week was slow to respond to the virus. ago, the right response needs to be notjust the lawmakers have passed legislation ago, the right response needs to be not just the right ago, the right response needs to be notjust the right response, but the making tests free for everyone. right response at the right time, and something that is right in but because of the shortage of kits, it's not known how far the virus a fortnight's time might not be right has already now. that needs explaining to the spread. public. have we seen anything like for donald trump, it this in your lifetime, in has become personal. terms of
facing criticism after being exposed the challenge to us as a society and to an infected person several days to the nhs? i ago, he says he has now been tested. do not think we americans across the nation are reeling from the rapid have seen anything precisely disruption to their lives. many are stockpiling the same as food and medicine, and confronting this. as i said social restrictions. earlier, the health service and not just the there is a growing understanding this. as i said earlier, the health service and notjust the health service, local authorities and the that things will be very different for weeks broader public services, they have if not thought about it. the fact that it has not happened before doesn't mean that something like this hasn't been months to thought about. now, inevitably, once come. you start to deal with it for supermarkets are urging customers not to panic buy real, some of the plans needs to be during the adjusted, but i think so far, what outbreak. pictures have emerged of empty shelves and some stores, which we are seeing are facing huge demand. is the results members of of many the british retail consortium have hours of preparedness within the written a letter urging us to be health service and more considerate when shopping to ensure there are enough generally across the public services to ensure we are as ready as we can be. you supplies for everyone. the pandemic can never prepare for every detail, but we are as ready as we is bringing can be. out the best in some people, thank you very much, really appreciate your insight this with communities rallying to help those most at risk from the virus. morning. stephen dorrell, the former
health secretary. it is this shop in stenhousemuir has been handing out free packs of hand sanitiser and face 20 minutes masks to the elderly. to nine. handing out packs to the elderly usually at this time, we‘d be is not the only act of kindness catching up with the latest results we've seen after a bumper saturday of top—level sport. this weekend. not so this weekend — almost all professional matches or events have been abandoned, there are plenty emerging so we‘re using this on social media. as an opportunity to find out this form, which has been shared widely on twitter, what‘s is being used to offer happening at grassroots—level. help to vulnerable people who are self—isolating. richard is at if you're doing something similar in your community we'd love to hear unsworthjunior football club in from you. manchester. it is looking if you are doing something like this busy. you made in your community or you know a hole somebody in your neighbours is, if something is happening at your in their defence earlier, richard, i hope they have recovered!” primary school to help children stop the spread of coronavirus, let us in their defence earlier, richard, i hope they have recovered! i think they have come a very competitive know. it has been lovely to hear stuff there. we are at unsworth from you this morning.|j junior football club in whitefield, know. it has been lovely to hear from you this morning. i know there isa from you this morning. i know there is a huge demand, we all want to near bury in greater manchester. as find out the latest information, and you have seen, this stuff we can trust, basically, in terms of symptoms to spot and that is a practice kind of thing. there is lots and match and they are carrying on. the lots on the bbc website, with advice boys played a competitive match yesterday and the girls will be for those of underlying health conditions, the symptoms, as i say, playing one this afternoon. we are that we need here because most elite and to look out professional sport is either postponed or
for. there is some really good myth cancelled. we busting on the bbc news website as would have been talking about the six well. but hopefully helps people nations and a couple of big premier with deaf league games ears. —— today. there would have been a huge game their fears. in the premier league played this afternoon, as jose mourinho‘s spurs were due to play his former side manchester united. about an inch of rain across the the australian grand prix — north of england at the the first race of the formula one season — was also supposed moment, and to be taking place. this from county durham. very this and the final of the rugby atmospheric. cloudy skies, misty and premiership between sale murky, but it is going to improve. and harlequins was another highlight today, but that has you will see see sunshine here later also been postponed. but what do sports men and women do on. this area of low pressure has when they are not competing? well, moved on, bringing this heavy rain, ta ke when they are not competing? well, take a and most of the heavy rain look at is moving south and east. we will see squally the... showers into the finals of the well, the sporting stars country. the story through the day of the world have taken to social is one of improvement for some, as media to show what they‘ve been doing with their weekends off. that rain moves towards the london there might be no grand prix, area. not really arriving until the but lewis hamilton decided to stay middle part of the afternoon. behind in melbourne to try his hand at rock climbing. it we will actually get sunny spells bayern munich‘s star striker coming through later this afternoon robert lewandowski opted for a spot and pretty cloudy skies, with of construction with his child, with the hashtag "stay at home". frequent shelves in scotland, slowly easing, but the winds will whereas arsenal defender skodran mustafi managed to roll washing his hands, pick up, practising his keepy dusting to gale force and coming uppies, and childcare, all into one package,
from a northerly direction. by the in this video he middle of the afternoon it will be a posted on instagram. colder field to the story across scotla nd colder field to the story across who says men cannot multitask?! that scotland and parts of northern ireland. —— colder feel. is what they are doing at the scotland and parts of northern ireland. —— colderfeel. further south we will still see temperatures moment. well, here i in double digits. as the rain eases, am joined by the skies clear and this northerly norman, the secretary of unsworth junior football club. thank you so wind takes over. we are actually much for speaking to us. it is going to have quite a chilly night a to come, with those clear skies you difficult decision, this for you could see a touch of frost forming, at the club here. talk about that and which could be a shock to the are you concerned and confident you system. a cold start on monday have made the right morning. you could be waking up to decision? you are always concerned that you have scenes like this, with some frost around first thing. but i can offer made the right decision, you a little more in the way but as a of club, we have communicated with the sunshine for monday. that should lancashire football association, we lift our spirits with some sparkling got advice from them. we spring sunshine for many to look out also spoke for. by the middle of the afternoon to the mainly, the north bury and into northern ireland and league. mike chandler western scotland, cloud and rain the secretary, arriving here. elsewhere it great advice from him. we also spoke stays dry and settled in predominantly to the parents and to the senior sunny, with temperatures recovering management and most of all bespoke the children. and as after that chilly start, picking long as we take between 10 degrees and 13 degrees, and with the cloud and rain looking reasonable precautions, as long as we make sure they are safe, at around 6—9. with always that remain concerned, theyjust want well—defined weakening offers it we make sure they are safe, always remain concerned, they just want to sinks out, we will continue to see a play football. they just want to be
out and about. they have been good deal of dry weather in in the forecast on tuesday, almost a repeat school all week, they have energy, and they love the game. performance of monday's weather. maybe a little bit more cloud around so, we have from that weakening went up taken precautions, we have equipment front, but largely financed dry. by the end in the clubhouse ready for them. we will make sure they are all right. of the afternoon we will see more but it is all about enjoying but weather pushing into the far north—west. this waterfront, as it themselves. you have been here this morning. you have seen them. you sinks south, could cause some issues have heard the laughter, with rain across southern england later in the week. a mild the cries, it is football. that day on tuesday. 15 or 16, not out is it, norman. of the thank you for now. plenty of question. high pressure is still going to build and it is still going smiles on faces. that is why it is not an to give us a good deal of easy decision for a club like this. dry let us have a chat with one of weather as we head into the weekend the pa rents. but a level of uncertainty as to let us have a chat with one of the parents. michelle, how are you. thank you for speaking how much rain we could see across to us. you england and wales as we move through area thank you for speaking to us. you are a parent and a teacher as the latter stages of the week. so, well. as you can see, dry, settled and you have two boys who play in the sunny. friday, we could see some clu b you have two boys who play in the club here. how worried are you or rainfor sunny. friday, we could see some rain for england and wales for a otherwise about the decision to time, and after that mild spell carry on playing? i am not through the middle of the week, worried at all, it is the right thing though next week is looking really to do, i think. until advised otherwise, we lovely, it will be that little bit need to keep going as normal. 0r cooler. i think. until advised otherwise, we need to keep going as normal. or as normal as possible. this has been such a big part of my children's'
dry, settled and sunny? lives i do not want it to about time. yes. suddenly stop. being outside and getting easyjet has joined jet2 fresh air, it is really essential. in cancelling flights to spain. it comes as the us has extended its european travel ban so, yes, i am fresh air, it is really essential. so, yes, lam not concerned fresh air, it is really essential. so, yes, i am not concerned at all. to include the uk and ireland. just carry on. i mentioned joining us now is christinejones, you are a who was due to fly to tenerife teacher, they are playing sport in today, and david smith, who has just returned school as well still? from yes, everything is as normal and we will continue with that. we just want the the children to attend school and canary feel like everything is normal, and just try and avoid any hysteria, really. islands. we want them to feel like they are we will come to you ina we want them to feel like they are in a safe environment or as safe as we can make it. just for the shortly, david. christine, how foreseeable, no one really knows what will happen. we are constantly are you watching the guidelines and going with what we are advised. feeling? absolute yuck, it was awful. but maintaining normality as well. because i wasn't sure that it wasn't a ok, michelle, thank you very much spoof, the way i found out. how indeed. i willjust did you find out? my son-in-law pop over here. we have molly and lucas. sent me a text from facebook with lucas, are you ok? molly firstly, you will be a picture ofa a text from facebook with a picture of a jet2 aeroplane and said it had playing this afternoon. how big been cancelled. and i thought, you a pa rt playing this afternoon. how big a part of your life is football are winding me up. so i went online and how difficult will it be for you if
to see if there was anything, went you could not play? i have on the phone to see if there really enjoyed playing football. i will was anything offjet2. nothing. so i thought, what do i do? i went be quite annoyed if i can‘t play because i really enjoy it. to the airport website, put the flight in, especially on a sunday. and it didn't come up. come in for so, nothing a minute, lucas. if from jet2? nothing from you couldn‘t play football, how worried would you jet2. you could have gone to the be, how difficult would it be for airport. you? because i enjoy yeah. well, my daughter had come to football, life ta ke yeah. well, my daughter had come to take me to the airport and i wouldn't be very good. if you thought, we aren't going. and you have saved up, pack your bags, set don't have football. so, to yourself up to go on holiday... be in school definitely. all of that, and that's are not playing football... are you it? it is all finished, worried about it at all, you will yeah. so we obviously know about the virus? very didn't get to the airport, we didn't do anything, i didn't hear worried, because the premier league has been cancelled and we don't get anything about —— from jet2 until 2:24pm. to go anywhere. i am worried we should have been in the air about being stuck inside and not at 2:20pm. so! getting out to see my friends and play should have been in the air at 2:20pm. so i got a should have been in the air at 2:20pm. so i gota bit should have been in the air at 2:20pm. so i got a bit upset about that. because i thought they should football. ok, listen, molly, come have just told people. in here. i know that when you score a that. because i thought they should havejust told people. and that. because i thought they should have just told people. and the text message said "please don't go to goal in football now, you can‘t the shake hands or hug. show us what you airport". and i thought, well, i haven't gone to the airport. but i would do now. i would normally could have. i could have. just do
the fruit thing, will be go like that and then another one to give you a sense of whatjet2 are saying, given they are not here to like that. 0k, that and then another one like that. ok, well, it looks good to me. defend themselves, they said they thank you for talking to us. i will let had to respond to the local measures put in place in spain, and had you for talking to us. i will let you get back to the football. to ta ke very put in place in spain, and had to take very rapid decisions, which is hopefully that gives you a sense of why some of those planes were turned what people are talking about here, around in munich. -- in midair. the considerations and feelings that david, you did manage to make people have. from unsworth junior it on football club, back to you. holiday, but getting home is the thank issue? it has been a you, richard. lovely to see molly and lucas using their feet like nightmare. jet2, again, were very poor with that. fancy footwork. their information. we received no thank you. i information or morning, when you about the crisis, but wonder if that will we learned catch on. i have about the crisis, but we learned about it from the news just kicked over app on the my toast! phone. hotel staff had not been across the uk, supermarket shelves informed. eventually when we did get are being emptied of essential items to speak to a ofjet2 staff they such as toilet rolls and pasta, as some people respond to a global either made up the stories or they pandemic by stockpiling. lied to us. they told us that but the organisation which represents british retailers is urging consumers to shop our ﬂight responsibly, to ensure lied to us. they told us that our flight would be flying back on time. there is enough food and goods to go around. they just flight would be flying back on time. theyjust wanted, at the airport, us here‘s our business to be there as soon as possible, correspondent katy austin. which they got. the trouble was, so hundreds and hundreds of other the coronavirus outbreak hasn‘t holidaymakers with no flights out of yet peaked in the uk, tenerife. it meant the airport
but scenes like these show many itself became crowded, shoppers are worried, stocking up on essentials like loo roll, overcrowded. facilities couldn't cope. there were hand wash and long—life foods. some shops are limiting purchases queues everywhere. there were people coughing and spluttering. there of in—demand products. people at this store in was no hot water, there was no soap in london felt there had been the toilets to wash our overreaction. hands. the there‘s no nappies, third establishments couldn't cope toilet paper, nothing. with the numbers. the so, it is going to be a struggle. problem i feel i think that somebody needs to put is thatjet2 treated kind of caution and say with the numbers. the problem i feel is that jet2 treated this emergency you can only take so much, like any other rather than one person having flight delay. they so much in the house and someone just wanted us all at the having little and being hungry, especially the elderly. airport. when i see them, they they could have quite easily handled this better by keeping us back at come late at night. they can't get our hotels and not taking us to the no food. risk of the airport until the other it's a little bit over planes to bring us back the top, frankly. it was only my friend said, "you‘ve were there. got to get bog roll, tea bags." the plane set i was like, "why?!" so, now, she has frightened me. off, at midnight, so i am out to get last it all. 12 major supermarkets and food night, and the pilot said he retailers have now published a letter to their customers, is going to run out of hours, so saying they are doing everything he is they can to speed up supplies just going to head for the uk and keep shelves stocked, also pointing out online and get us as far or as close delivery services are running at to manchester as possible, which ended up manchester as possible, which ended up being full capacity.
but customers are asked to be birmingham. considerate in the way jet2 said they appreciate this will that they shop and told that buying more than is needed can sometimes have an impact on holidaymakers. for mean that others will be left out. you, you're thinking what about my they are reassured there is enough for everyone break, even if i get a refund, if we all where cani break, even if i get a refund, where can i have a holiday? i work together. the unsaid message of immediately said we will have to the letter today is — think of others before calm down and you panic buy. go on katy austin, bbc news. said we will have to calm down and goona said we will have to calm down and go on a holiday here. you have not got the weather here, and that is what we were going for, really, the son. you have got a suitcase full we can speak now to andrew opie, director of food and sustainability of clea n son. you have got a suitcase full of clean clothes. how long were you at the british retail consortium, who joins us from our going away for? 11 days. london newsroom. 11 days of clea n going away for? 11 days. 11 days of good morning to clean clothes. but you are not going to be sitting here in a bikini, or you. what this are you? no, iwish i could. at later from the good morning to you. what this at laterfrom the big retailers good morning to you. what this at later from the big retailers tell us about what they have i hope you manage to have done to con —— a break, even if combat this problem? well, there is ple nty of combat this problem? well, there is plenty of food on the supply chain it isa you manage to have a break, even if it is a staycation. we all appreciate that these are extreme and colleagues are working 24/7 to times. it can't be helped. they are get it on the shelves. but there is doing it for the right reason, also a role that customers can aren't they, really. thank you, play. we are asking people to and thank you to david as well. i am think about the impact of excessive buying might glad you made it back to manchester
have on other customers. as you head in the end. we appreciate you coming on your piece before. and secondly, in to chat with us. our correspondent simonjones let's look out for everyone in our is at heathrow airport. communities. for example, those that might not be able to get into our the challenge, simon, as we stores, what could we do to help have them to get the groceries that just been discussing, for travellers, tourists, people they need? andrew, we are asking on people business and the airline industry is not to panic buy or stockpile, but absolutely colossal. it is human nature when you see the good morning, yes, it is person in front of you buying absolutely extra tins, toilet paper etc you think you huge. very stressful for might need to do the same. what holidaymakers, those who have intentionally lost their holidays, and those who are would you say to stop consumers thinking like that? we understand over in places the concerns of people and we are like spain, who wonder how they are realistic about the challenge. but i actually going to get home. and when think people would have seen that you consider some 18 million british people travel to spain each year, sometimes there might have been less on the shelves, go back in a few the number of people who days on the shelves have been are going restocked. it is a logistical issue to be affected over the coming weeks of getting the products that are is going to be absolutely enormous. in terms of people who available as quickly through the chain and onto the shelves, and are over in then spain now, after the government have meeting the kind of demand we have seen at the moment. the declared that people shouldn't go there unless it is absolutely products are definitely available. people will necessary , have seen that in the stores there unless it is absolutely necessary, jet2 say for the themselves, it is just have seen that in the stores themselves, it isjust a problem next week they are going to be with the excessive buying and keeping pace with that. operating
return flights as normal. after ultimately, that, they are going to have to though, can you stop people shopping the way that they want to review the situation. shop? because they can for example be for easyjet limited to buying one item on one customers, it is even more trip but they could walk at the door draconian. easyjet customers say today and tomorrow they are going and come back again. your measures to operate return flights from spain as can‘t necessarily contain normal, but after that, all flights the behaviour of consumers. what we are are cancelled for pretty much the appealing to today is saying that rest of the month, and they will this is the most serious only operate a number of challenge we have faced in generations. rescue flights. in terms of people who are supermarkets will do everything they can and we will get the food that waiting to go on holiday, well, you people need onto the shelves, but we are not going to go on holiday to must all work together, and that is spain now. that everybody thinking about, where does my shopping impact on somebody who will be cancelled. might only be able to get into the jet2, for example, says it is possible they may be able store at a certain or what is the to find limit when they come into the store you a holiday at an alternative and might not have that product? if destination, or potentially give you we work together, there is the food a full refund. but as we were available, we can apple be neat, but hearing from your guests earlier, we must think about each other in the problem is people are trying to this crisis. available contact the airlines and their for now, but travel companies to work out what if you look at the pace of things, exactly to do, but they are having is it not inevitable that in real difficulty getting through or the getting any sort of coming weeks the cupboards will be clear information from the travel bare from the supermarkets‘ companies. for those who have got perspective? no, and that is not holidays books, say, next month or what we are seeing today. we have
the month after, it may be the case well rehearsed plans, we are aware that they simply have to wait of the challenges, we are and watch what happens. because at the not underestimating the challenge ahead, but supermarkets are working with moment, they probably won't be able suppliers to make sure we will see to cancel those holidays without the food that we need on our potentially losing the money that shelves. some shoppers will want to they have paid for those be reassured that as tensions holidays. so all in all, a have been rising slightly, some supermarkets have decided to step up really tricky time for travellers. it is indeed, simon. security, haven‘t they? thank you. that's the thing. people supermarkets have decided to step up security, haven't they? well, the best thing here is to reflect on don't want to cancel and have to what we are seeing today. the food book up another holiday while is available, it will be on the having to lose the original money. shelves. let's think about each other more, whether that is to do a let's speak now to two british bit of grocery shopping for someone expats who have been affected by spain's state of emergency, who cannot get out of the house, and where people can only leave home to think about others who might want to buy essential supplies and medicines or to go to work. to think about others who might want to buy the product after you. i andy davies and audrey don are both think it is possible, we are asking in the murcia region. andy, what is it for people to be reasonable. thank like where you are? you, andrew, really reassuring words, that supermarkets will not great to see the family dog there run out of those products. so we do as well, fantastic. how is not necessarily need to stockpile. thank you. it for you? it looks, superficially, this is where we say goodbye to nina, who‘s reading beautiful. the news on the andrew marr typical spain with the sunglasses on programme this morning. here‘s louise with and the sunshine. and yet the reality is a situation the likes of a look which i guess you have at this
never seen morning‘s weather. before. yes, it is quite surreal, good morning. goodbye, nina. see really. everything was fine up until thursday evening, and then you later. we good morning, everyone. low pressure started getting messages of, you is dominating the story know, that we have got today. we to stay have some rain, some has been heavy indoors, and the food supplies might through the night. over an inch of go low. come friday rain has fallen in the north—west of evening, there was no fresh food england and wales, but that weather front slips further south on these in the local later and we have seen clearances supermarket, and i went back with sunshine coming through. look yesterday and there is no meat, at this, this is where i bid like to there is no bread. there is nothing be right now, walking the there. so it is a little bit dog on the surreal, because you feel like beachin be right now, walking the dog on the beach in whitley bay. very nice everything should be fine, because you are here, you've got the son, indeed. the rain is heading into east anglia and the london area for you've got the pool, and you've got the afternoon. behind it we have all the bits and pieces. but the the fa ct all the bits and pieces. but the fact that you are restricted to your sunny spells. houseis disappointingly cloudy fact that you are restricted to your house is quite unnerving. quite, yes. how are you coping? morning in scotland with plenty of i guess it showers. the winds pick up and just is that sort of brutal reality of to gale force with things like looking in the fridge that happening in and seeing how much food you have a northerly direction. got and how long it will last. further south yes, definitely. you wonder we might scrape double figures. the sometimes if rain, along with the showers will people panic, but when you go to the ease as we go through
shop and you realise that everybody the night, and has bought everything up, it does with lighter winds and clearing set in that maybe i skies, temperatures will fall away. that could be a shock to the system should do the when you step out first thing same. and unfortunately it has a knock on effect. if people just tomorrow morning. we could actually shopped normally, it would be fine. be stepping up to a frost, something we have not seen for a while. and is it right that you have been told worth bearing in mind if you are a you can't walk your dog? gardener at this time of year, yes, what it is is they have that could have an impact. frosty said... the starting monday, but some sparkling message that has come through now is spring some time to look forward to you can actually take your dog out, for many of us. it will remain like but it has got to be that throughout the day. yes, short walks, another weather front bringing some and you can't mingle with anybody else while you are out. so you can't rain into northern ireland and the west of scotland by the end of the go for lovely long strolls like you afternoon, but also temperatures normally do up the mountains. we are recovering. highs between ten and now restricted to just a short one 30 degrees. we match the into for him to do his business and then double figures in the far north. the back indoors. how are weather front moves south but it people reacting to the news? are people will weaken considerably. on tuesday, there could be more cloud stoical, are people irritated by the sense of the around, perhaps the odd spot of restrictions? i just wonder irritated by the sense of the restrictions? ijust wonder how it showery rain through northern is all going england and wales, as it marches down? i think out. not too bad. eventually by the here, end of the day we will see more wet general consensus from our neighbours across the road and weather pushing into northern everything is it is a good thing. ireland and scotland, but for the spanish government and president many, has acted very quickly. he another dry story, and another mild
has put one. the wind swings back into us has acted very quickly. he has put us atan has acted very quickly. he has put us at an emergency has acted very quickly. he has put us at an emergency in. there a south—westerly and temperatures could be at 15 or are 6000 reported cases as of 16 degrees, not out of the question. high pressure last night —— emergency inn. we think it is a expects to build and keep things relatively quiet for many of us, as good thing to stop the spread of we go through wednesday onwards, but the virus. obviously there are businesses that are affected, the there is the slight question over local bars and restaurants are closed and financially that is going whether we might see some to have an impact on them. but rain into england and wales on thursday general consensus is he is into friday. you can see doing the right thing. so what is the plan the emphasis is for dry, settled in sunny weather. for today? box sets cooler into next weekend. back to and lots of you, chris. thank you, have a lovely day. nice conversations and concentrated family time we don't always get to see you this morning. it is around to? we are spending the day five minutes to doing what we normally do, to nine o‘clock. be fair, which is sunbathing near the with football matches off, panic—buying taking place, pool fair, which is sunbathing near the pool. it is not going to affect us and fears of increased pressure on the nhs, coronavirus too much. but other than that, is affecting us all. but it‘s also brought out a great we're deal of community spirit. just indoors. we have gotjobs to do shop owner asiya javed has around the house, and we will carry been delivering hand sanitiser and face masks on doing them. that to the elderly, to help them avoid catching the virus. the british we can speak to her spirit, the blitz spirit, a bit of sunbathing and you will pull through now in glasgow. it. it is nice to chat to good morning to you. you. thanks for your time. it good morning. lovely to talk to you. tell us how
really is a this idea came about. last good attitude, and in saying that, he thinks the spanish government are week i went to a supermarket doing exactly and i met an the right old pensioner outside and she was doing exactly the thing. really u pset he thinks the spanish government are old pensioner outside and she was really upset and crying. she was doing exactly the thing. it may be different if your business depends telling me how she came on it. audrey don runs a sports out of her house and she could not get bar in camposol. we can see the chairs on the doors hand wash. she said all behind you. it is obligatory to of the youngsters keep those doors shut. how are you had been stockpiling them. she can't coping? at the moment it seems a get anything. and that prompted you to do something? bit surreal, and i don't think it has sunk in. but if it carries yes, the next on for longer than the two weeks that were morning i made so many hand stipulated, it is going to be a big sanitisers and bags, and i posted problem for us, and probably for them on facebook and they have most of the bars around this area. been delivered to the over 65 is and the what is the atmosphere like out and elderly. the post went wild, about on the streets? it is eve ryo ne elderly. the post went wild, everyone started to phone. we were a bit like a ghost delivering it for free, everyone started to phone. we were delivering it forfree, no everyone started to phone. we were delivering it for free, no delivery town. there's been... charge. a wonderful act of generosity, but it must be costing the police have been out with speakers telling everybody to stay you a lot of money. we indoors. there were one or have spent £2000 so far. i packed two people wandering about, probably £2000 worth yesterday. we will be delivering going to the shops, but we are them today later. at this only allowed out to go for supplies time when people are thinking about things
or to the pharmacy. you have like hand sanitiser, but also other to phone up, provisions that they might pick up make an appointment to go to the any shop like yours, it is a doctor. but it is pretty much a reminder that you will be doing everything you can to stay open, ghost town here. and whatever happens in the coming some weeks. yes, we are trying our potentially big trading days best coming up, saint patrick's day, to look after everyone. we will be open until late intel every day and mother's day, easter, these are prime times, we will deliver those aren't they, for holiday resorts. how are you feeling about that hit packs. we are hearing from the british retail consortium if you minutes ago about that you could take in the business of the supply chains the coming weeks and months? well, it could for shops and ensuring that you are really be a big getting enough of the stuff that hit for us. the we might want to buy. are you reassured winter months, and these you will be able to get hold of everything that you need to stock last four the shop? yes. we months have been exceptionally quiet. we were looking forward to st have too much patrick's day and mother's day, we stock in the shop. we have stockpiled a lot for the had quite a lot of bookings. that obviously we're not going to get customers, and the hand wash we gave out, now, so it means there is no we have £2000 worth in the shop. we income coming infor now, so it means there is no income coming in for the next two weeks at least. so it is going have a are going to get that out today. the stock that you already have, is that big impact on us, and it how it normally works for you? in could possibly ruina lot terms of always having plenty or impact on us, and it could possibly ruin a lot of businesses, or we may not be able to recover from it. it have you stepped it up? we have depends how long it goes on for. on stepped it up and added to the other hand, i do understand why the
stock. we usually don't have that they are doing it. it is to stop much in stock. tell us about the — you know, it is protecting us from community spirit, have you noticed that since that perhaps people are it spreading any further. there was talking amongst themselves and the a lot of people came down from way that they would not normally do madrid thinking they would come to wish to mark that in this adversity, their holiday homes, and this is why people are finding something they started the lockdown here, to in stop it spreading further here. i terms of a conversation they might have, that might not normally be think they are doing the right there? i don't thing, but i don't know how it is know. we have going to affect us all in the long got run. thank you, audrey. enough stock. i mean, there is a i can tell shortage of everything at the moment. the cash and carries, they it isa run. thank you, audrey. i can tell it is a really distressing time for have nothing left. tell us about you and we wish you all the day ahead. sorry? the best. you are watching breakfast from bbc news. the day ahead, time now for a look at the front pages. you unsurprisingly, the coronavirus will have plenty coming through the dominates most of the headlines. shop today. yes, there is a lot the express reports over—70s could face a stay—at—home order to tackle the outbreak. of stock coming in. the mirror leads with the latest government plans. thank you very the headline there is, "it's war on the virus". much. we really appreciate it. i am more militaristic language in the telegraph, which leads sure it will raise a smile at what with "pm puts industry on war footing to equip nhs isa sure it will raise a smile at what is a difficult time for many people. for thank you for talking to us. thank you. just a line of news battle from matt hancock, the health ahead." secretary... people aged over 70 will be asked in and most watched on the bbc the coming weeks to self—isolate for
website is a video on why we touch our up the coming weeks to self—isolate for up to four months, in order faces, to protect them from the coronavirus. and how to matt hancock is on the andrew marr stop it. show on bbc one in the next hour. i need to watch that video, because well worth staying with us for that. ido i need to watch that video, because i do that all the time. you put your that is all head in your hands, orjust do from us today. it — you can do it so many times dan and sally will be in a here from 6am tomorrow morning. minute, let alone throughout the have a day. i need to stop biting my fingernails anyway, so this is the good day, perfect time for me. you do, yes. thank you! bye—bye. mike barton is a former police chief constable, and he is here to tell us what has caught his eye. how are you? i haven't been tested, but i think i'm ok. you are feeling well. you wanted to start with a story in the mirror this morning. well, i thought i should make a concession to the coronavirus, so this is my one concession to the coronavirus and it is a good news story. this is a lecturer down in cornwall, becky, who is 32, who has come up with this great idea. and as soon as i thought it i thought i wonder why i didn't think of it. so
it is just wonder why i didn't think of it. so it isjust a wonder why i didn't think of it. so it is just a little piece of paper, you can see it there printed, and if you can see it there printed, and if you want to help any of your neighbours, then you just tell them who you are, your telephone number, and then she has got four things there to say, i can pick up your shopping, i can make a friendly phone call, post mail for you shopping, i can make a friendly phone call, post mailfor you or get your urgent supplies. and as she says there, it is for free. so it is just a great idea. if you don't want to be involved, you don't need to this is bbc news. be, but somebody there wants to i‘m ben brown. the headlines at nine. help. because aside from the the health secretary warns that practicalities, what lots of people measures to combat coronavirus will miss if they are deciding to will disrupt the lives of everybody stay at home is that social and older people and those interaction. so to know that somebody is thinking about you is with health conditions will be asked to stay at home. really important, isn't it? yes, because we go and see my president trump and borisjohnson wife's discuss the pandemic by phone. godmother, she is in an old people's number ten says they agreed home, and we were told this week on the importance of co—ordinating international action. that they are shutting the doors to visitors because she is in supermarkets urge shoppers not to buy more than they need, her 905. she vi5itors because she is in her 905. she is very frail, and you can see amid growing evidence that something like coronavirus of panic buying. would just take so many people away
from us. so you can the foreign office advises see why the home against all but essential travel to spain, after a state of have made that choice. it is interesting, isn't it, about the emergency was declared there last neighbourliness that can break out night. in france, the government orders a5 neighbourliness that can break out asa neighbourliness that can break out a5 a result of this. i had the closure of most public places, a knock on the door yesterday from including all cafes, neighbours who we know, but we restaurants, cinemas hadn't exchanged phone numbers in term5 hadn't exchanged phone numbers in terms of the prospect of the coming and nonessential weeks of having to buy food for shops. and we‘ll be discussing the impact each other. it is good, we might be of coronavirus in our sunday morning getting to know each other a bit edition of the papers coming better than we have planned to. you up at 9.35. may be on lockdown here, you never this morning‘s reviewers are dave wooding and sienna rogers. know. stuck on the sofa. bad news for everyone! moving away from coronavirus, digging for life on mars from a desk 140 million miles away in oxford. explain. so this is professor scott mclennan, and they sent a mars rover in 2011. it was only meant to last year, and here it i5, only meant to last year, and here it is, still going strong. oh well. when i say a
year, a mars year, which is 680 days. so this is still going strong, and when they have to tell it where to go, it takes quite some time to programme it, but then off it goes. anyway, since 2011 it has travelled 13 miles across the surface of mars. it is a lovely quote, a5 surface of mars. it is a lovely quote, as well. whatever the outcome, the professor say5 quote, as well. whatever the outcome, the professor says all of us outcome, the professor says all of u5 involved have considered this to be an absolute privilege. you get lost in the details then step back and look at the marvel of the univer5e. and look at the marvel of the universe. that's right, and here they have got curio5ity, and this summer they are going to be sending perseverance up summer they are going to be sending perseverance up there, so they have another few years perseverance up there, so they have another few yea r5 up perseverance up there, so they have another few years up there. they love the names, don't they? great names, yes. it is quite striking, actually. we have been on the air foran hourand a actually. we have been on the air for an hour and a half and that was the first reference to a news story that wasn't the coronavirus. from robots on mars to the north—east of england and your neck of the woods, isn't it, and the
story about the miners a55ociation. isn't it, and the story about the miners association. that's right, at redhill. thi5 miners association. that's right, at redhill. this is the pitman's parliament, 350 seat amphitheatre and every pit had its own seat with its own number. and between 1915, when that was built, and the welfare state after the second world war, the miners had to look after them5elve5. the miners had to look after themselves. so they had their own hospital5, their own social service5. so when you actually look at the rich history of mining in durham, you can see that they were a state within a state, because they had to be, because it was a jolly dangerous profession, and they had to look after themselves. so it is great that... it is a sad time5 to look after themselves. so it is great that... it is a sad times at the minute, so this money, this £4 million initial money, will be there
to make sure. it is a real slice of social history, isn't it? itju5t shows the scale of what mining wa5 to certain communities, and a5 shows the scale of what mining wa5 to certain communities, and as you 5ay, to certain communities, and as you say, there were states within states. and of course, it is a little ironic, but they have got to be preserving all of the social history in the basements, which are all quite damp, and hopefully the paper is going to be there for us to actually record the history. you will come back a little bit later with some more stories. let's checkin check in with andrew marr, and you have the health secretary this morning. i'm delighted to say that i do, chri5. there is so much we don't know, so many questions to ask him. it is going to go on and on and on, but i hope it will be very useful indeed. we will also look at what is going on in other parts of the world. i got the south korean foreign minister, for instance,
talking about their very successful campaign against coronaviru5, and i am talking to the italian ambassador a5 am talking to the italian ambassador as well. and in terms of domestic politics, li5a nandi, trying to become the labour leader, will be talking to me from wiken —— nandy. coming up later this morning: there is lots of advice and information around at the moment about how to deal with the coronavirus. we will be discussing some of the issues you need to be aware of after 8:00am. 01:32:22,591 --> 715827685:09:13,730 stay 715827685:09:13,730 --> 1431655368:46:04,870 with 1431655368:46:04,870 --> 2147483052:22:56,010 us. 2147483052:22:56,010 --> 2863310735:59:47,150 headlines 2863310735:59:47,150 --> 3579138419:36:38,291 coming 3579138419:36:38,291 --> 4294966103:13:29,432 up.