thank you for your time. supportive. thank you for your time. that is lizo mzimba with some of the stars and the red—carpet. we are getting more and more awards coming through. on bbc one this morning —— this evening from nine o'clock, there will be a programme devoted to there will be a programme devoted to the baftas. if you do not want to know results in advance, fingers in your ears or look another way. do not listen to what i'm going to tell you. we have the winner of the make up you. we have the winner of the make up and hear category. it goes to people who help to make up the head of somebody called meryl streep, who the new president of the united states was a bit disparaging about. she was in florence fosterjenkins. that gets the award. i do not know whether it is the hero belonging to people here. there is meryl streep, certainly looking quite dazzling in her usual way. earlier on we heard about the
outstanding british film, that went toi, outstanding british film, that went to i, daniel blake. and after that, that was a film directed by ken loach, in the usual style of his movies. very much acclaimed. it has got the top award for the outstanding british film. then it came to rising star, which went to this man. yes, tom holland, the british actor tom holland, carving out an amazing career in hollywood early on. this was his first appearance as spiderman in captain america. about to appear in a new spiderman movie, so he gets the ba fta award spiderman movie, so he gets the bafta award for rising star. the point to be made there is this is the only category at the bafta is that the public vote for. the award—winning jazz and pop singer, aljarreau, has died in a los angeles hospital,
just days after announcing he was retiring due to exhaustion. he was 76. he was acclaimed for his versatility, winning seven grammys across jazz, pop and r&b categories. now it is time for the weather. very chilly in the last few days, any hope it might get a bit better? not as cold over the next few days but it is cold out there, certainly on the red carpet and for the rest of us. the chill accentuated by that easterly wind. most of the snow dying away across the pennines but dampness in new northern parts of the uk. some clearer skies across southern counties later on in the night. not as cold as it has been in the last few nights but still not exactly warm. 3—4 with the wind, it will feel bracing as you step out first thing in the morning. quite a transformation in southern counties,
some sunshine at last. further north, pretty cloudy, particular in eastern scotland and north—east england. a chilly day, particularly windy across western coasts and headlands, west wales and west of england. not feeling as warm as these numbers suggest. another chilly feeling day north than his. asi chilly feeling day north than his. as i said at the start, the good news is heading in the right direction. turning milder in the next few days. hello, this is bbc news with nicholas owen. the headlines at 7.34pm: president trump says he will strengthen links with allies in the pacific region, following north korea latest missile launch in the sea ofjapan. this is the first such test since donald trump became us president. the commons speaker — john bercow — insists his impartiality hasn't been affected after revealing he voted remain in the eu referendum. his spokeswoman said the way he cast his ballot had no impact on his ability to deal fairly with all mps. labour's deputy leader, tom watson,
says the party's leadership is "settled for this parliament". he played down reports that mr corybn has been encouraged to improve his popularity ratings and that the party is vetting potential leadership successors. fourteen retired bishops have written an open letter criticising the church of england's stance on same—sex marriages. the letter said that marriage in church should remain between a man and woman. there will be a debate in the general synod on wednesday. the award—winning jazz and pop singer, aljarreau, has died in a los angeles hospital, just days after announcing he was retiring due to exhaustion. he was 76. now on bbc news — sportsday. hello and welcome to sportsday — i'mjohn watson. coming up tonight:
are the champions heading for the championship? the threat of relegation looms for leicester after another defeat. burnley and brady halt the run of league leaders chelsea at turf moor. and scotland fall to france as les bleus bounce back in paris. yes, good evening. chelsea have extended their lead at the top to ten points tonight, but it's with last years champions leicester city we start. a team seemingly in freefall after slipping to their fifth straight league defeat. a 2—0 loss at swansea leaves them one point above the relegation
zone and fighting for survival, a season on from lifting the premier league title. hannah lupton reports. not much to smile about when faced with a relegation battle. claudio ranieri's leicester are one point above the bottom three and so are swansea, but they are revitalised since paul clement took charge. with so much riding on this game, it was all rather cagey. that was until alfie mawson managed to break free, the central defender showing his survival instincts. he has now scored more premier league goals this season than wayne rooney. when fighting at the bottom, timing your next move can be crucial. in first—half injury time swansea struck again, martin olsson hammered in his first for the club, much to the delight ofjanuary‘s manager of the month. the champions have failed to score in the premier league in 2017. it took over an hour to register their first real chance. islam slimani's effort smothered by fabianski. leicester's turnaround in fortunes is baffling,
not least for their owner. a huge victory for swansea and paul clement, but leicester haven't won in the league since new year's eve. this is a hangover they need to shift quickly. it's unbelievable. we started well. we wanted to make a good result today against our... another team battling for relegation. we started well, we made something good, but the first shot at goal and they scored. we had a chance at the beginning of the second half. we lost the chance and then we tried to do our best, but it was very, very difficult. very pleased, very pleased with the players. i think we totally deserved that victory today. the goaljust
before half—time puts us in a really strong position, and on the whole we we re strong position, and on the whole we were solid in the second half. we had a couple of moments around 60—61 minutes, where they got in and had a couple of chances, but apart from that, we did very well today. we'll bring you six nations news in a moment, but there was something of a surprise result in the early premier league kick off. chelsea could have moved 12 points clear at the top, but a fantastic free kick from robbie brady earned a point for burnley as they drew 1—1 with the league leaders. tim hague reports. time to tie up the opposition for antonio conte. this, after all, one of chelsea's toughest test try. burnley brilliant at home and even more at home in weather like this. the for them is chelsea is quite the travellers. six minutes in and their remarkable run at the top to be considering. pedro ready and able. but said the only have seven wins in a row at turf moor and new record signing... robbie brady. money well
spent, it looks like. they could have gone ahead but for thibaut courtois, a goalkeeper blowing in the lancashire chill. whilst this felt like a match fit for the captain, john terry continues to watch from the sidelines like the rest of us, but frustrating viewing in the second half. azpilicueta going closest the chelsea, yet in truth, burnley gave them very little to work with orjust simply truth, burnley gave them very little to work with or just simply worked them over instead. i—i it finished, and whilst the chelsea charge rolls on, no wonder he eyed up the opposition. this was a tough test all—rounder. it's one point and for surely must bea it's one point and for surely must be a bit disappointed for this, because we tried to win the game. we started very well, scored the goal, we created chances to score the second goal, and then this free kick... i think that, we tried, we
tried to win the game. you know, we want to be brave and played two upfront when mccann, i like that formation, but it still has to work. after about 20 minutes we can't the game down. good reaction to their goal, i don't think there was any panic in the team, they played nice and solid, played how we wanted to play to disrupt them and cause problems and i think we did that. rangers are into the last eight of the scottish cup after coming from behind to beat greenock morton. there were a few shaky moments at the back for last seasons beaten finalists, but after kenny miller got an equaliser, martyn waghorn won it for rangers — in what was their first match following the departure of manager mark warburton on friday. scottish cup holders, hibernian will face a fifth round replay after a goalless draw with edinburgh rivals, hearts. the best opportunity fell to bjornjohnsen, unfortunately for him and the hearts fans, marciano was equal to the effort in the hibernian goal. 0—0 the final score. this weekend's six nations action culminated in defeat for scotland
who came up against a huge forward pack in paris where they faced france. they hadn't won there since 1999, and their loss by 22—16 means that losing streak has been extended to ten straight matches. as patrick gearey reports. welcome to france. land of the giants. home of a rugby team built around a 150 stone pack. when faced with such an obstacle, scotland decided the best option was to distract them and then sneak around. stuart hogg is an expert raider. in this battle, the french goliath had the slingshot in the form of fly—half camille lopez. with france now ahead, the battering ram set to work. with every charge, they knew the scottish wall would weaken. eventually somewhere a crack would appear. gael fickou spotted it, breathing space. the gap began to seal up once more, two penalties for finn russell, whose aim was spot on. scotland were back within two at the break and gave chase early in the second half.
tommy seymour took a punt, and his luck was in. so too was tim swinson. now a chance for two extra points. missed. finn russell's kick would have been emphatic in football but it was embarrassing in rugby. france took their chance, 16—16, less than 15 minutes left. the french urged to the line, they went to the brink, no drive. no escape for scotland. camille lopez knocked it over. in the land of the giants, scotland's task was simply too big. it was a physical encounter. quite a few times we came off second best. but i thought the boys stuck in really well defensively and defended oui’ really well defensively and defended our line well and scored a couple of tries, just at critical times perhaps we weren't accurate enough. we will have a good look at that before moving to the next game. ireland's women lead the way in the six nations standings after they beat italy in l'aquila.
the first half was a low scoring affair with both going into the break having shared a penalty each. but in the second half, ireland finally found some form and they dominated proceedings, running in a total of four tries. this effort, right at the end of the game, the best of the bunch by hannah tyrell, to give them a 27—3 victory it late to get the bonus point with that try. in the pro 12 — connacht secured all the points as they beat cardiff blues. they finally edged ahead with this tiernan o'halloran drop goal. a late penalty then made sure of a 19—13 win. connacht now trail 7th placed cardiff by two points with a game in hand. away form the six nations, there was an extraordinary game at the top of the premiership where leaders wasps drew 35—35 with exeter. the sides had been level at half time before exeter had jonny hill sent off. despite that, they took the lead with this try from olly woodburn. but wasps drew level once again thanks to this score from joe simpson. that was the tenth try of the match. the result leaves wasps five points clear at the top.
today saw the british athletics trials held in sheffield as athletes look to qualify for the european indoor championships. one of those to do so was katarina johnson thompson, who finished second in the long jump. shejuimped a distance of 6.69 metres — only beaten by lorraine ugen's 6.72m. she only managed a sixth place finish in the heptathlon at the rio olympics but says she is targeting a medal at the championships in belgrade in march. which will serve as preparation for this summer's world championships in london. and the umpire who was hit in the face by a ball during britain's davis cup tie against canada last weekend has had surgery after a fracture was detected. arnaud gabas was hit in the eye after canadian teenager, dennis shapovolov reacted angrily to having his serve broken. a fracture of the orbital bone under his left eye was discovered but he is now back at his home in france and is said to be "in good spirits".
but perhaps not unsurprising with the ferocity with that ball being hit. he has ended up with a fracture in his cheek. that's all from sportsday. from myself and the team, bye—bye. thousands of operations are being cancelled with highly—skilled surgeons left "kicking their heels" because of a shortage of hospital beds. that's the warning from the royal college of surgeons and the organisation that represents nhs trusts. in a joint letter to the sunday times, they argue that a lack of funding for health and social care in england is leading to what they call a "shocking waste" and damaging efforts to improve efficiency. nhs england says only i% of operations are cancelled. our health correspondent, dominic hughes, has more.