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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'?
Hi this is Cristie. Today was a little bit sad cos we left Norway of the ___ 3 weeks of travelling from south to north but it was all so exciting because leaving Norway ___ we cross the border into Finland. So it's a whole new country to explore and we really looking forward to that and we'd noticed that we entered a new country Mercy cos the radio. We've been listening to Sammy and the region invoices on the radio and now we had Finland finish for the first time and it was really quite different and a quite different music case as well. We're getting a lot of rock and Euro pop ___ in Norway. So we need to seeing a change. We will finish to change in a temperature. It was really very cold this morning. It got down into the minus 30 I think ___ we got something like that. We'd kinda ___ is. We need ___ working outside the Land Rover. We have to be quite ___
Hello there this is Manu. We've arrived at ___ and it was minus 18 which was pretty cold but at the moment it's about 2:30 in the morning and I've got a head torch on cos it's so dark and the lovely crunchy noise is the sound of the snow I don't know if you can hear it hear it a bit. Similar to walking on polystyrene very odd. But I'm on my way to the washing facilities at the moment cos we left on the 20th and we haven't done any washing so ___ moral is quite high so is some of the clothing at the moment. So gonna go and see what it's like and how much we have to pay quite expensive here in Norway and speak to you again hopefully smelling lovely and soapy which will be quite refreshing from being cooped up in the van.
Hi this is Felicity and I'm calling from pretty much as Northern as North as you can get in Norway the famous end of Norway is a place called Nord Cap Nord Cape and we couldn't quite get there today cos of the weather. So we're in a little village a little short of that but we're gonna stay here over night and the storm is raging outside it's really incredible it just suddenly the visibility just disappears and you can have ___ wind for a minute or 2 and then it'll die back down again so you go from being able to see something a few kilometres away to not being able to see something a few inches away. We only got this far because of the help of the snow plough men who drive up and down the road they get covered in snow and keep it clear so that people can get through to the villages up here but even they closed the road to Nord Cap today because it was too windy. Apparently yesterday they advised had one of these huge snow plough machines get physically blown off one of the roads cos it was
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