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Watch: full interview with Laura Doggett, singing star of the new Broadchurch trailer

The long awaited second series of Broadchurch returns in the New Year, but a trailer is out to whet your appetite.

The latest teaser features a song by Laura Doggett, a singer-songwriter and former student of City of Bath College.

We caught up with Laura to talk about her success and her love of Bath.

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Police appeal over 'vulnerable' missing Bath woman

Emma Fry. Credit: Avon & Somerset Police

Police are appealing for help to find 41-year-old Emma Fry who is missing.

The last known contact with Emma was just before 7pm on Friday 12 December. Police say they are are concerned for her welfare as she is vulnerable.

Emma is described as a white woman, around 5’4”, average build with short blonde hair.

Police believe she is in the Bath area and she is known to frequent the Bath canal, in particular near to Widcombe.

Anyone who has any information about Emma's whereabouts or has seen her, is asked to call 101 and speak to the duty sergeant at Concorde House.

Slammin' Sam gets his first start for Bath

Sam Burgess' start with the club was delayed due to injury Credit: Joe Giddens/PA Wire/Press Association Images

Bath Rugby have confirmed Sam Burgess will make his first start for the club against Montpellier tomorrow night.

The Rugby League convert will continue to play at centre for the European Champions Cup match at the Rec.

Francois Louw will make his first appearance of the season after recovering from an injury while on international duty in September. Read more from Bath Rugby.

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People in Bath take the Polar Plunge

People in Bath have been queueing up to jump into ice cold water.

The city's first Polar Plunge event was held at Bath University to raise money for Special Olympics GB.

A 20 tonne container was filled with freezing cold water ready for fundraisers to take a quick dip. Olympic swimmer Sharron Davies was there to support the event but this time was staying out of pool.

Skeleton champion is honoured by the Queen

Team Bath's Lizzy Yarnold at Windsor Castle with her MBE Credit: PA

Olympic skeleton champion Lizzy Yarnold has been awarded an MBE by the Queen for services to her sport.

Yarnold, who lives in Chippenham and trains at the University of Bath became a household name when she won Team GB's first gold medal of the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics.

Lizzy Yarnold celebrates winning Gold at the Winter Olympics in Sochi earlier this year Credit: PA

She swapped her lycra suit for a black jacket and rose-petal skirt to receive her honour from the Queen during an investiture ceremony at Windsor Castle. The 26-year-old said she was extremely nervous about meeting the Queen but could barely stop smiling.

And she revealed that the Queen already knew all about her.

She was very warm and kind and we spoke quite freely and openly about Sochi and how wonderful the experience was.

She said she was really pleased to award me the MBE and she knew all about Sochi and the event, and had it all gone well and was it cold enough there for the event.

She seemed very knowledgeable of the sport of skeleton, and she wished me all the best of luck for the future.

– Lizzy Yarnold MBE

You can watch the moment the Queen pinned the honour on the world champion slider here:

Yarnold flies to America tomorrow to begin the defence of her World Cup title.

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