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Crimes caught on camera, the Hertfordshire fire and cinema etiquette

Duration:
3 hours
First broadcast:
Tuesday 13 November 2012

Drivers in the three counties have received warning letters from the Police after being caught on camera committing crimes. The crimes have been filmed by members of the public.

The fire is still blazing in St Albans and as a result residents are now without water.

An etiquette guide for cinema goers has been put together, after a poll revealed that more than half of audiences get annoyed by people talking during the film.

  • The fire in St Albans

    The fire in St Albans

    The fire is still a blaze in St Albans, and as a result residents are without water.

    A 20 foot stack of wooden pallets has been burning beside the M1 at Potters Crouch since Saturday and is expected to take firefighters days to put it out completely.

    Our reporter Justin Dealey is there this morning.

  • Cinema etiquette

    Cinema etiquette

    There's a new etiquette guide for cinema goers.

    The most common gripes include people rustling their popcorn, loudly slurping their drinks and people putting their feet on the chairs.

    Iain talks to Richard Fitzwilliams, a Film Critic and social commentator

  • Behind the scenes

    Behind the scenes

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    Here's a behind the scenes picture for you.

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