Oh it's been another really long day on the Roads day. We drove from Craft ___ to Jelon(?) but it's going to within I think about 400 kilometres of oh ___ which is where we're aiming for to the ___ today by Kel and whatever and I thought real challenging to try it again so but we've got ___ and I think we're all looking forward today where we don't drive anywhere it's quite exhausting after awhile and we were just moving every single day and I'm doing such a long days in the in the Land Rover. But ___ waiting here is still difficult to make ourselves understood even something as simple as filling up with petrol as the kinda bit of a running ___ because every single petrol station seems to have a different system on how you do it. We do we had a ___ we do what the system was but you put the nozzle in the tank then you go to a little window in the petrol station and hand
Angelo and JP sit down to hand out what we think the best and worst of the year is. They talk the usual categories then their own take on awarding things like fighter who lost the most without losing any fights in 2013 and the fighter who gained the most even though he lost all his fights. Happy Holidays Angelo and JP.
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Hi there this is Manu we're still in Inari(?) in Finland at the moment we've been doing a few things today number one was we went to a fantastic museum which was the Seether(?) Museum in Inari(?) it was all about the the semi people and it actually one of the best museums I've ever been to was fantastic. It was in several languages and obviously English which means that awful lot more to us to understand but weirdly enough we went ___ to go through kind of special using yes I know this is crazy ___ essentially ___ whether you're married unmarried old young male female wears a hot ___ through the hat museum first. ___ corner and then we met ___ photograph full of all the people that we've met a few days earlier
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ELIZABETH JACKSON: I'm going to finish this program in the way we started it, with Philip Williams. Only this time the mood is quite different - you could almost say festive. In the UK, the race to the music charts' Christmas number one is almost as highly anticipated as Santa's arrival himself. In the 60 years since the official UK Singles Chart began, the top spot has been claimed by a wide range of artists from The Beatles to The Spice Girls to Pink Floyd. It hasn't been without its controversies, as our Europe correspondent Phil Williams explains. ('Christmas Is All Around', from 'Love Actually' soundtrack plays) PHILIP WILLIAMS: As a pretty ordinary harmonica player and an even worse singer, my dreams of a number one record have receded with my hairline. But someone has to claim that shifting crown, and at Christmas in Britain there's a distinctly un-Christmas-y scramble for number one honours. Remember the movie 'Love Actually'?