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The whaling-vessel Blythew ood is reported to have met with the surviving officers and men of the Expedition in Davis Strait.
"Mamma dear," lisped the little girl, "baby ood have put hith eyeth out."
THE ARK (BBC1, 8.30pm) THIS retelling of the Old Testament tale of Noah and the ood is written by Tony Jordan, the man behind EastEnders and, as you'd imagine, it focuses on the soap-like relationships aspect of the story.
David Tennant as Doctor Who and Catherine Tate as |Donna Noble in Planet of the Ood ADRIAN ROGERS/BBC
Back in the day when David Tennant was Doctor Who and Catherine Tate co-starred as Donna Noble, this episode, featuring the Ood, was filmed at Trefil <B Quarry, which has gone up for auction Adrian Rogers/BBC
torren Tyne Storm clouds descended and thunder and lightning brought heavy rainfall which: hit Metro services and |closed roads left homes without |power, and 'ooded a hospital.
But cash to keep "ood defences upto-date had been cut.
In Birmingham heavy rain resulted in houses and several roads being ooded across the city.
A ship's standing orders called for the OOD or XO to brief he CO anytime he walked on 17 the bridge, but that didn't happen.
In Coedkernew, just outside Newport, two cottages on Blacksmiths Way ooded with approximately two foot of water and the re service were called to help pump it out.
Caz Duke, who lives in King"eld Road and whose house is aected every time by the oods, said: "We have had no contact from anyone and, knowing this weather warning was in place, why didn't we have sandbags dropped down?
"If it rains it oods from the drains," Mr Attard said.